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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THl'HSDAY, FEBiHAKY 2R, 1018 THE CAPTURE OF LESTINE ;* : *;-'r ^.......General Allenby receive* the city notables in the barrack- square. �-Photo hy Courtis of c. p. - t -my 41 h 1 Reading tbo pro o] air ation .from the steps at tfibi ba.se ; . -.iusr *wUexv.' Christ- was in Jerusalem, of the Tower of David, which was star.d. �-Photo oy couricsj/ ;/ c, /-. a', THE LETIIBniDCiM DAILY HERALD 1^4 Mivo in the minds of Ihr young p*v>p/f. J I *iiMi children propouf. II. was m. tliis ruoiiiciil. PAGE NINE * * Q *> O ? > - :'iel > !� > *> �> V KNOW NOTHING FIT Prince Albert, Sa>k, Feb. 28. --Considerable surprise is expressed here in civic, circles over the statenicn; reported in -the official bulV'tin of the military "hospitals '�itnnuission that (here [h a ho.-pi'a) for tubercular soldiers in operation at Prince Albert. Though the. Great W'ost Factories building-s were t.u rned ov er by the city tor the purpose nothing has been done with th^m. The official organ of the hospitals commission insists rhat there is a hospital of 4-1 1" tion. here. * * * 6 4 * 4 4 lOt/.ikom, l-'elj. 27. Friiiav. I-Vl>rmir> the 22nd witnessed a very in France sit the present time, and tile others safely rfiunwd. !\h*. Sor-jgant. the loaslmas! *-r. tln-n called I ; for toasts to His Majesty the Kin replied U> by ,(. A. Traqmiir; to out* I Army and Navy, by W. V. KubbiM : to our Allies, by C. Mar* 1-rio, Mrs. Jrwin, Mrs. Sergant and Mrs. Tully also furnished selections. Readings were given by Mrs. J. P. O'Neill and Mrs. .J. Holmes. Chairman's Speech After the program, the chairman gave a talk which added much to the solemnity of the gathering, having referred to the present moment in a > (world crisis and how it was making an fepoch in the history of the world in spreading a spirit of self denial and sacrifice for peace in the furthering of the cause of world democracy. 1-1-.! also made special reference to the fact that the memory of this gathering and tbe efforts of one and' all would t hat i (]".;- pr"-lent Cheers were then otn-reil for ''hose absonf. for iJioiu:)' lie-y wit UlKihie lo lie v/itli us n"iYun;illy, w*> . : i'�di. sure I hey wen- b"i in spo'h ? ['errin Unker of Nemiseam and Att^r ii'-y l\oi)ins.on of M a p yIn. j'rii'-� wii'i'.i . regrets at net being a hie to be with' us. I The veterans thMj spoke in turn and j were heard w-it.h a great di-at o| in ierest. Much praise js dpi. io mr BIG SUBSCRIPTION FOR GREATER PRODUCTION . . Uegina, S.ish,, �>!>. 2>-. - � A sum o,' .M,e.7;;,,u(iu iias been suli .^ci-ibed toward Sask iicliewan Creater l'i".oihe't i.,n Uonds ar- eordinv' io tie- sf.at".ui(Mi( .% that I ______________ +:* *:� ? > you nr. men of. the t.u v. n for the .id-iu) i ,))>]o*e Small Price usually indicate the absence of Iron in a condition which will be greatly helped by h Colorlefis or Pale Faces "he blood, HOG PRODUCTION A ? A It is a matter of the greatest importance that Canada should increase her production of BACON HOGS and other live stock as there is at present a world-wide short- > age of meat. Good markets for some time to come are assured. 7 THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE will gladly make loans to assist farmers in good standing to acquire live stock. 361 Lethbridge Branch- - R. T. Brymner, Mgr. BROOD SOWS FOR FARMERS b'e^iiia, Vab. 28.-Approximately 450 brood sows, bred to farrow in April and May iiro now be-In;.; offered at h * And She Cot Weil-Her Nerifott$ne�$ Disappeared - Flint,'altefi^-"-! keep i�oUse for my family of six and gotinto a generally run-down,.condition.. .1 .was v/eali, nervou3jan for 10,000,000 francs and later sold it to Senator Humbert. This money was believed to lmv(> como from a German source and IW.j 11 j ?> ? to> > > *> * V I* Limited 1576 - Phone - 1576 \ v it V V RAISE BREAD PRICES ,AT WINNIPEG � Winnipeg.- Fob: 2S.-Hread .in Winnipeg, commencing tomorrow, will cost 7 1-2 cents for a' Ki-oum/eloaf.. At. present Unwrapped loaves are sold for 8 ' eeiits -'for a "20-ounee loaf. Only lf)-oiin; loaves will be made ajid , there will he no more wrapped' loaves.' All the big bakers are united in raisingyt.he prices. ? V � !� *i* > �i* *C� �3� ^� ^� *I* *Z* *Z* Kf *lf OUR HEAVY PURCHASES IN THE PAST FALL COUPLED WITH THE MILD WINTER WE HAVE HAD HAS LEFT US SHORT OF READY FUNDS AT THE PRESENT TIME. WE MUST RAISE SOME MONEY AT ONCE AND IN ORDER TO DO SO WILL OFFER OUR ENTIRE STOCK AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES FOR THE NEXT EIGHT DAYS. IT WILL PAY YOU TO SEE US BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE. Everyday Pants | Extraordinary MEN'S Sii pairs only of good quality. Will give excellent wear. $3.35 Boys' Boots 0 u n m o t. a I and bo x calf 1 ea t U e r, sown and standard sewn sole. Will make a fine school boot. To clear at Values in Men's \ OVERCOATS and Young Men's' izes 11-1 $2.65 Sizes 11/2-5 ........ $3.15 Men's Cap s For win for or spring. Values up 2.25. Selling for 95c, $1.25 and $1.50 UITS We have a large variety of patterns and all are of an excellent quality and workmanship, j Exceptionally good values at In the fact, of advancing prices it will pay you to buy your new overcoat now. We have many patterns and all &izen. At $15.65, $17.5ff, $19.75 and $25.75 Men's Shoes at a Bargain Tan shoes, either button or lace. Reg ular prices up to $7.00. Sale price - $4.95 Felt Hats to $10. 7 15,65, 19.75 Why pay $4.00 hat. when you can to $5.00 for get one here a felt for 21.50 and 23.75 $1.95 Black lace gunmetal' shoes. Regular $6.50 per pair. ... + * Sale price - $4.95 Work Pants per pair. $1.65 and up Trunks and Suit Cases A lim'ted number of trunks and cases of fine quality, to clear suit At 25 p.c. Off Dress Trousers Only 75 pairs in neat, stripes and many shades. Sizes :i2-40. Good values at $6.00 and up, per pair $4.35 At Less Than Cost Boys' Knickers Kxcelleiit. quality material. Will give good satisfaction. Sizes 2S-;^1 only. Value^ up lo S2.50. To clear at Per pair, 95c Men's Sweaters In plain grey and grey with fancy trimmings. Just a few left. Selling at $1.95 each Working Boots Good wearing working hoots. Nearly all sizes. While they last, Per pair, $3.45 few o4- j- � � "Box"kid lilucher.* Sale Price, per pair, $3.95 Plain hlue hib overalls. Only fi!) pairs lo i le;'.rf At per pair, $1,25 Highest grade overalls in plain hluo .Hid hlne with white stripe.-*. All nizen. Per pair $1.55 w v. 210 FIFTH STkEET SOUTH NEXT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL ;