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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Aiiilirkoia Music wO., Ltd. tlBethttri A Plione 1W5 Cdlufi Phenosraphs. The New Ediscn and the Antbtreta. Full r�fio� of Rciords. HOTEL ,Wt^DS?R BUROPBAN PLAN . ' MBAtB FROM>.00 A.M. TO PM, DiU Pickles Fresh Shipment Just In . DELANYS MEAT CO. riPTH ST. S. OPPOSITE OAtLA� HOTEL PHONE 452 W5lla^:d's Fork-dipt Chocoiates We have a ransB ot. this dclicioiis canily in a large variety of fillings which .wc arc selllriK tor. per tioiint!.................*t�IC COWe EARLY AND GET YOURS THE KENNY ^ ALLIN CO., Ltd. ^g^^fO^hr Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 14�7 Quality :-: Civility :-: Service "To Accommodate Our Increasing Business We Have Installed An ,^ Auto ^ Centrally located as we ar^t puts us iil a position to give that prompt service which is desirjed in the meat business.,. ^ We tarry as near jis possible a mil line of fresh ' cured meats, etc., at reasonable prices. Try ouT home made headcheese and^usage. A linatedtmoiiiit of good cooking butter at 2 lb s. for 65c. * 7 I ^ ARLOW^S EAT : : ::: 4 R K E T 1110 ^IXTH AVE SOUTH. PHONE 7M New, Laid Egga, a few )!�Hting in, per dottn.. 7le �rcekfleld Cxtra'.Cheie* Kso*> Every fsfl (juaran* ' teed cood. Put w^i in al*d carton, ^arten ese ; Qeod ttorao* Etna, par doaen----.rC^....... 9Se . Cream Brielt Cheeae� par lb................ 48e Finest Ontario Chaaii, p�r lb...... ......30o Ingeraall Cheeie PaaWta, Jurt in freeh, pkt. IS*'. MacLaren'c Cheeaav amail pM� .......,3*6; Medium pot* .............6|fc Celery,^ per lb.',.:..:...'...................... '1�e^ - Oranoe*,'-NJkvalk Mtra,.:.....J. ...,..>. .t... Me Beets, 7 Iba; for ...............^.......... 28c Parsxlps. 6 Iba. for)................... ----2Be Turnips. 10 M�s. jfoi^.. . ^........28c , JAMS. Buy soma how. Prices ara going to be higher.- > > Wagstaffaa, Vb C. King Beach, Nalabn, Hirvast, and Oonalctf Brands, per tin.......8te to 88e ONTARIO PURE WHITE CLOVER HONEY ^ This Is getting viH^y scarce antf will aoon be off the m.arket ajtegether. 12 or' slasst.aaeh .................. Pint Sealera, each.................. 5 lb. tina, bach...................... AIRLINE PURE HONEY 9 o:^ tllaas, aa^ft'.............tSSo 16,0*. glasfb abah........................... 48c 36 'OS. glast, akeh.............. SSe 5 lb. tins, �acH.................,.......... $1.45 Idaho Coipb Honey, each .................. 3Sc\ .. 90c $^-.45 Let]?lp]^%0\Hdlds Enviable Fitplc^al Static ies^f Domuium "There ara In Western Oi y � � I - lly Crae oi' (oiir cities lUdK:'that, at present. H GHCLASS GROCERS ^ TOE G(K)p G^^ ONE 5 2S can'sell bonds, aAd.pneoI, these lark was called.torth by a letter jfrom Mayor, Hardle to the bond ttrm notlfyin* - Oiam that the city wouUI shortly place on tke market the boada for the turbpVgenerat'or being Install- i ed at the power plant. In this letter -------- the mayor.toolcaocc'asfoA to acquaintl^xes, and the Mackenzie /company ot the nego-tlatlona whfch gra.'itow In progress 1 betwten the nwyora pi the cities ot ; Alberta and tHa? foTei^ment ot the S OF H. I Calgary, Jan. 24. ' LKTHBRIDOB, ALBBR^A a:- , .� WE SPECIALIZE IN OFFICE EQUIPMENT Type'writers-Bought, Sold,. Rented, and-Repaired. All makes. Check Writers, Envelope Sealers, Sjlamp AffiiTera, Adding Vertical Filing Cabinets. Machines. Office Desks; Typewriter Desks, Transfer Caees and Boxes. Legal - Forms, Loose Leaf Systems, Counter Check Books and , Blank Books of all kinds. A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. , EVER ALL & FRANKS SINNQTT BLOCK, COR. FOURTH AVE. A FIFTH ST. 8. PHONE 1107 C. W. MAN80N PHONE $1$ The Twentieth Century Book St0re LETHBRIOGE.ALBfRTAi CANADA ' ' WE WILL BE GLAD TO ORDER AND DELIVER IF NOT IN STOCK, ANY BOOK PUBLISHED. ^ OFFICE APPLIES. OUALITY SfATIONERV Latest Styloa. Correct Poemb^. 85?4 85% 83=ii 103^4 521 317% ------ ^ Winnipeg fllifffeat' Oats-Old Contraet-7... May............ ... , New Contract- May......... ..f 86H July ......... 84Vi Barley- May....... ...... 15.5 > Flax-Jan............. May ... i.. ...,.S28V4, Cash Prices Oats- ^ No. 2 C.W. 87%: No. 3 C.W. 82%; Extra 1 Feed 82; 1 Feed 79; No. 2 Feed /SH- ' 7 Barley-No.-T, 147^f; 5io. 4, 142%; Rejected and Feed 122. ' Flax-No. 1 N. W.C./320%; No. 2 0. W. 318; No: 3 C.W. 301%. i Winnipeg'Llvaatoek Butcher steers 16.75 tb $11.60; cowai .1.4 to ?9.75; heifers )6.!>p to-111;, balls' $5 to $8.50; oxen IS to;|9; stockers $7.50 to $8.75; calvea >e.SOVto $11; lambs $14.50 to $15.75, .^v ' . - , Hoga, selects, $17,26; boWB. $12- to ! 113.50; heavies $13 to" $1'4.5Q; lights $13.75 to 114.76. .s- The steady iferslstcnt cough that never qu^e disappoara is due to a chronic -weakness and irrltfltion of.tke tissues ot the! air passages and must be overcome by a treatment that wUl build up the entire system and restore the throat and lungs to norni&l coiidltloiis. For this |>uriiose iiso our- EmnlnoBof ^od Liver Oa with I^ophospbitiS; , Price $lfOO per large bottle. The Red cfosiDrog and BM Co. fh6n�rS55 A LothbrMia - The death of ,Mr8. John McKinley occurred at her residence^ at Seafortij, Ont., at the age of 81. years. AUkgirgb in declining health tor spmA'AAntfas, she had been cantlned t6>i>ed~�oIy a few weeks. SIK .dai|Khters, aadytour sons survive: MrARadinond of''l.etH-bridge; Mrs. R. H.fK&iCbti^.^dinon* ton; James VV., ttiiicher for aolivara Rice Powder, Melba Face Powtfar. Melba Talcum Powder Melba Lov* Me .Tnieom Powder Melba Rofe Talcum Powder ' Melba Foot Powflar. Melba Rose Blush (Rouge): Melba Benzoated ^Astringent Melba Nail Pasta; � ^' ^ J. D. Hig;(}b(i!!iam & Co -^ LimitMl -* -Allierta'B Pionagr lOiruggfita" Wholesale and Riital) .tChemtata. TELEPHONB^No. 328 The annual meetlnR of the Children's Aid Society was held in the Y. i M. C. A. on Monday last. The follow-Insiotfleers were, elected Tor the cn- � suing year: Pres'dont^ Rev. A. E. ,Snow; Vice Pros dent' Mrs. G. W. ! Robinson; Secretary, Mr. G. J.Sehl; I Treasurer, Mr. R. H. Dobsofr, Committee, Dr. Detwller, Mlsa Tllley, Miss Jackson. Miss Cameron, Mayor Hardlo, I Messrs. Forrester and Alex. Johnston. All ministers ot tiie city are ex-olicio members ot thj|i conynittee. CITY~AND DISTRICT Casualties Sapper Geo. Derb^sfcire of Coleman, and Fte. Barl Anders6n of Claresholm are reported as wounded at the front. J For Belgan Relief W. A;'Buchanan, M.P.. is in receipt ot a'contribution ot $80-from the girls Belgian Relief Club of P:ncher Creek to the Belgian Relief Fund. \ Joins Flying Corps ' . . / Sergt. Brown, of the Medicine Hat detachment of the A.P.P., has enlisted With the flying corps. Sergeant Trlckey" of L^thbridge will aucceed him at the Hat. . .  Funeral at Residence. On accomit ot sickness In the homo the funeral ot the late James Watson will take place Friday afternoon at 2.30 from Uie residence 712 3rd St.-8., instead of the church as announced yesterday, and" proceed to St. Augus-tln's cemetery.,  , province relative vtarellH from the tax burden whick Is eausing civic heads of the prd^lhoe gnkr* concern at the present moment. , ~-Mi Oppsiie^ to It-^ Mr. Mackentjle is ot the opinion .that the city ot Lathbrldge should enter arraqtfement which would result m siispiensldn'of ,iiil or even part ot thr sinking fund' payments as at present raquindtoi^the'extension ot these payments, arguing that such a course woiild be a great reflection on the credit i�f the,ctt?,>and.statlng that "it you ask, or ayen^accept, the privilege ot BUBpendijig y'our'ainklng fund collections tor A, tew years ihen you cannot, under any circumstances, expect the public to buy your bonds tor -~-.  . �� taxes are paid up. During k period of prosperity . such, dq we are enjoying; not only shbntd all current tasaa b* paid'but kit arrears should be a">d up; iind'hd'sympathy or eiciises.ahouliK hetolerated .by (ho eommlialoiiers ot Lethbjidge, towards .dellniltteat tax* pairers. Tat sales in regkrd to out* ' iylnit'property are ineffectlVs'rbnt'^e underitand your city, like othera,.has' the privilege ot suing an4 c�llMtinK' through other means the,tas�v;>lrt^ch are unpaid, therefore, let averyC^dy^ hnderstand that yt^u do not Intend to-bring properties into tax-sale but thift you intend to sue and collect i from everybody that Is owing ^eB>-.C!tian np your outstanding taxes iind,ateke everybody pay in (nil tboir ciijwnt  you. will bf ahie to get along with a lower tax rata, alio with, out asking for relief that would rnln your credit >'POR OKCADSS 'TO COME." : - Lot Ratepayara Undi^rotand cMr. Mackensle confludea. bx- urging the city commissioners to "let the ratepayers clearly understand the situation and ask tor co-operatton; in maintaining thb city Ih Ihe Uroud position of being one ot the few In Western ->1l9B, wIlKbe creating iaUdiu -||iM|MrM ^or-' your tater, yaari," f*'^5'. V/^ ' " ty"^ Third Ava.' |p^/r|(MHM 14fl tHUEE DAY(UBT4RTINjji| MONDAY ^iKT �,; ,i JWlthout (iursiiii�r m* "^fWwt and moat timQll fi|mjproduct|ofi� ever brought inib 0BBMita with a 33 mill rate) and our tax rate la^t year, excluding any local improvement tatxes, was 25',^ milts onthe dollar, and the maybn of this city announced'In his liiaugnral-address that the tax ratB'^^^ould'.lie, still- higher. There is no suggestion here that the sinking.funds should,bo waived; the ratepayers teal the .burden ot this heavy tnxnttpri but, in; the face of war conditions, we sul)m(t, without com-, plaint. . "The price of � every product and commodity Is much higher than under normal conditions. 'Thc^ate of wages and earning apwer of everybody Is higher than under.normal/conditions, why- therefore shoulfl people expect that_thelr taxes should not be higher than, under normal conditions. It is costing every city- more to operate than during the years preceding the war, consequently our ,tax rates are., higher, and ou^ witges and everything else are higher.^ With the assessmenf ot Lethbridge at its present .'figure and the rate ot taxation atjlts present level, we consider yotf areujider no greater hardship-than-^wp are in' Toronto or any other city. There should bo Ilt-tle or no'unpaid taxes lir Lethbridge, and yoft wre, sure /hat your entire tax levy wo)ild;he paid up, you could do With; a^ lowfer. tax rate. It remains, thereloi-e'tdr the commls-  sione'rs of-Lethbridge to see that the Feed Oats /Tvery ether grade as well. rrilevater cleaned and eacked �> if required. j^^ellvered promptlyT for Seed, y^lberta'a Beat. /' . Try Our , �^ James Rlcha^dsoli Soils, Ud^ .201 SHERLOC^ BLOQ. ... Arthur Reld's New Work. Arthur Reld, former commlsstoj|er' ,ot publ c utilities here. Is now engaged 'in the shipbuilding Industry In yin-coitver. He has charge ot the instotla-tlpn of the machinery In the big ves-8�\l8 .llke.tlie Alaska-ju�t launched there. 'The Alaska Is the largest vessel ever built In the Oom nlon. It Is 427 feet long with 8800 tons doad-twelght carryi:ig capacity. She was built at tlvo Coughlsn shipyard, where Mr, Reti) iB employed, and Is the first ' of ten vessels tti be built at this yard. I The launching of tlie Alaaku, the Nor-jwegan consul from,Seattle, who was i present, declared, had never been beaten and seldom equalled, Hoaaid If spoke well for the excellent w�rk-mansbip and wondoitlul organisfitlon of the yard, � -J ANNOUNCEMENTS , . ... - - .In Hyssop'* ifohtwl, Friday night, JaiiiMry -2511}. I fOqotf.orchestra Ih altendance. Every-" |)0^|r welcome. \ .HA1, Friday night. =1^ J^Butiitary and Low-PHc�d HeK /ive;i^^^^ that have takehrthie'Tweep'* out of "BWeep* - the nigs inake cleaning* But.this is only one ad* vai)!^, of Congoleuin Rugs, a ftill linis ^ of which we are displaying this week. Come in and see., them. Our ateck of the new Con* goleum Art-Rugs will be a. ttest to your cjNhi./ Siich marvelous pi^lems in is low'prieed ruf .have'Mwsr "naplMr Hits Ih before beea-poMiUe. .You S^K^'^a.Tir wiU find h^e juit what you want (or every/leom in. your home where' a low* * priced rug is �uitable;^' k;>> Call around >nd,solve vpur Slipcovering problsni^. Ccnsumers' Hardware^ Co. 86 ;