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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta \ - Assiniboia Music .0., Ltd. 315 6th Str S. \ plione 1C45 Editon Phonographs. The New Ediren and the Amberota. Full range of Records. _J Week-erid Fresh Shipment Jusi In , 1 DELANYS MEAT CO. HFTH ST. tf. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 lard's Fork-dipt Chocolates 45c Wo have a rangn of this delicious canity in a large variety of fillings which we are selling for. per pound................. COM� EARLY AND GET YOURS THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. PHONE 1487 NEXT DALLAS HOTEL ^Ie*t63xr Store Quality Civility Service x _ To Accommodate Our Increasing Business We Have Installed An * Centrally located as we are^it puts us iiia position to give that prompt service wnich is desired in the meat business. r We 'carry as nearj*s possible a full line of fresh ^uid cured meats, etc., at reasonable prices. Try our home made headcheese and sausage. lited amount of good cooking butter at 2 lbs. for 65c, ARLOWS EtAkT*     ARKET niO $IXTH AVE SOUTH PHONE 796 If the Kitchen Range S i f rC=> J " J ii the chances are It wants an extension and top to the chimney. Let us hare a look at it and we'll soon provide the remedy fornmoky stoves in the kitchen or anywhere else. We'll make the sheet metal extension and top, put it up securely and end ^yous* smoke troubles for all time. You'll find our prices as satisfactory as our .service. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBftlDGC, ALBERTA we specialize in office equipment Typewriters-Bought, Sold, Rented and-Repaired. All makes. Check Writers, Envelope Sealers, Stamp Affirfers, Adding Machines. Office Desks; Typewriter Desks, Vertical Filing Cabinets, Transfer Cases and Boxes. Legal-Forms, Loose Leaf Systems, Counter Check Books and Blank Books of all kinds. A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. EYEBALL & FRANKS SINNQTT BLOCK, COR. FOURTH AVE. & FIFTH ST. S. PHONE 1107 C. W. MANSON / PHONE ?13 The l ' | 1 I Twentieth Century Book Store LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, CANADA 'I- t ! WE WILL BE GLAD TO ORDER AND DELIVER IF NOT IN STOCK, ANY BOOK PUBLISHED. OFFICE SUPPLIES, QUALITY STATIONERY Latest 8tyfet. Correct Poems. i Superior Supply ZnC Ave. 8. and 13th Street MINING. BUILDING & RAILWAY SUPPLIES 4 EQUIPMENT TUDHOPK ANDERSON AND EMERSON FArtM IMPLEMENTS ftANa?..ST8 SERIES FGHc TKMaUrt ATTACH BUGGIES WENTS DEMOCRATS AUid TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BiTiDR EN3I 'Ei PHONE 1/ia-TAKE A BLUE UNE CAR I I 11 New, Laid Eggs, a few coming in, per dozen.. 75c Brcokflctd Extra-Choice Eggs. Every egg guaratv ' teed good. Put up in sealed carton, .carton 65c Good Storage Egfca, per dozen .....r'.'....... 55c Cream Brick Cheese, per lb................ 45c Finest Ontario Cheese, per lb................30c Ingersolf Cheese Packets, just in fresh, pkt. 15c MacLaren's Cheese, small pots \........... 35c Medium pots...................... ..... 65c Celery) per lb. .................... 15c Oranges, N^vala, extra^large size. These are a good deal the/" best value we have in oranges. Smaller sizes cost us quite a bit more. Doz. ?5c Smaller sties, per dozen ____50c, 50c and 65c APPLES-Nova Scotlan Ribstons-. Special 5 lbs, for......................,.. 25c Special, per 40 lb. lot................... $1.70 Nova Scotia Blenheims, Special, 4 lbs. for____25c Special per 40 lb, lot................... $2.25 B. C. Extra Fine No, 1 Quality Apples, different, varieties, per case 1.................. $2,45 Fresh Oysters, Coast Staled kind, ait solid meats, no water to, pay for. Frtah lot in. H GH CLASS GROCERS THE r Specials Ginger Snaps. Special 2 lbs. for ..;.........35e Potntoea,\ Good dry mealy stock, get the bist potatoes,1 it p.tys, ,|w cwi................$2.75- B. C. Onions, 5 lbs. for..... ......'----25c Cabbage, good solid heads, S lbs. for ........25c Carrots, 7 lbs. for...........I.......* .. 1... 25c Beets, 7 lbs. for........................... 25c Parsnips. 6 lbs. for......................... 25c Turnips, 10 lbs. for..................... 25c PURE JAMS. Buy some now. Prices are going to be higher. Wagstaffes. K-. Clean i iriake current the mayor took occasion to acquaintMaxes, and you will be a Me to get the Mackenzie ,company of the nego- along with a lower tax rate, also wlttu 1 * h - For the Cough 4 .. Calgary, Jan. 24.-0. E. Culbert, barrister, representing Mr. Jesse Gouge, candidate on the Lsurier Liberal ticket in the Bow River constituency in the fast Dominion election, today presented and filed an election petition claiming the seat on the grounds that Howard H. Halliday, the Unionist candidate, was not legally nominated, and that owing to the unlawful acts of the ' returning officers many of Gouge's supporters were deprived of their votes. The petition is signed" by Mr. Gouge personalty. The steady persistent cough that never qu^te disappears is due to a chronic weakness and irritation of the tissues of the air passages and must be over come by a treatment that will build up the entire system and restore the throat and lung3 to normal conditions. il 82 # Winnipeg frtaVket Oats-Old Contract- ,4 May............ ... New Contract- y fay...........* ?r Edmonton sjiould be ou unquestionably are making what, ^yc� any .undue advantage over tno 1 commercial business, would he a! ratepayers of Lethbridge in the matter of tax relief and lower taxes, but he wouid like to see Lethbridge in the proud position Mr. Mackenzie tal)ts about, ot being able to maintain H*. credit1 in spite of the obstacles pre-' seutefl by a high tax rate. For Belg'an Relief j W; A. Buchanan, M.P.% is in receipt" ! of a contribution of $80 from the girls Belgian Relief Club of P.'ncher Creek to the Belgian Relief Fund. V Joins Flying Corps Sergt. Brown, of the Medicine ____ ; detachment of the A.P.P., has enltst- t ed With the flying corps. Sergeant. ----- - -.^ 1 Trickey of Lethbridge will succeed ! nounced in his innugural address that liege of suspending your sinking fund collections for a few years Ahen you cannot, under any circumstances, expect the public* to buy your bonds for in commercial business, would be a compromise in obtaining assistance from your, creditors."  Great Prosperity Continuing , Mr. Mackenzie says: "The city of Lethbridge is today enjoying prosperity greater than ever before in its, history,, that is, exclud- Sg real estate aqttvlty. Genuine coin-ercial prosperity was never so great In Lethbridge as it is today, therefore fchere Is no reason1 why* the citizens cannot pay a h&h tax rate, -or any reason why sinking fund3 shtmld be suspended/' , / - Payment Heavy Taxes Mr. Mackenzie then - offers a few sane ideas about the payment of heavy taxes at this time'when he says: "We might just point out. tfiat in the city of Toronto .the assessment is now between $1,000 and $1,500 per capita (Lethbridge's is round's f1,000 per, capita with a 33 mill rate) and our tax j rate last year, excluding any local im-! provement taxes, was �5% mills on the dollar, and the mayors of. this city an Fall of the Czar "The Fall of the Romanoffs," whtch is the attraction at the Empress theatre on Monday next tells vividly the inside story of the Russian revclu-I t�on and the events leading un to it. It i is a Brenon production, and is without question the best thing this produce^ has ever made. It shows the Influence Rasputin held over the Czar and his Court, and depicts vividly the successful Revolution which -was successful in overthrowing the Czar and his followers.-Advertisement. him at the Hat. U2% I A Daughter. In Lethbridge The death of yMrs. John McKinley ; occurred at her residence at Seafortii, Ont., at the age of 81 years. Although 1 in declining health for some months,' ' she had been confined to bed-only a j few weeks. Six ^daughters and- four i sons survive: Mrs* Redmond ot- Lethbridge; Mrs. R. H.'Knigbt .of Edmonton; James W., teacher in Oakwood collegiate institute, Toronto; Mrs. George DowBon, Stanley,;--John, reeve of Stanley; Mrs. Nathan Peck, Stanley; Mrs. A. Armstrong;--Tucker-smith; Robert, retired, Seaforth; Rev. ; George, minister Methodist church', 1 Seaforth, and Miss Clara, * teacher in j the Seaforth collegiate at home. Hei*i husband died some years.ago. J Only One "BROMO QUININE" To get the genuine; Call for full name LAXATIVE BROMO QUJNINE. Look for signature of E. W. GROVE, Cure3 a Cold in One Day. 30c. Melba Toilet tut Requisites ARRIVED TODAY Melba Face Cream. Skin Food Melba Face Cream Skin Food Melba Skin Cleanser Melba Traveller's Package Melba Skin Lotion Melba Traveller's Cold Cream Melbaline Face Powder Mell?a Rice Powder Melba Face Powder' Melba Taicum Powder Melba Lovr Me Talcum Powder Melba Rose Talcum Powder Melba Foot Powder Melba Rose Blush (Rouge) Melba Benzoated Astringent Melba Nail Paste: j. D. Big rtoam & Co Limited � Funeral at Residence. On account of sickness in the home the funeral of the late James Watson will take place Friday afternoon at , 2.30 from the residence 712 3rd St. S., ' instead of the church as announced ; yesterday, and proceed to St. Augus-' tin's cemetery. Report to Printers The Board of .Trade annual report I will be seat to the pr.ntertle or no unpaid taxes in Lethbridge, and, if yd\X were sure #that your entire tax levy would/be paid up, you could do with a,lov/ rate. It remains therefore for the commissioners of Lethbridge to see that the Feed Oa t, very other grade as well. "levator cleaned and sacked if required. elivered promptly. ats for Seed. Iberta's Best. ry Our ervice. James R chardson & Sons, Ltd. SHERLOCK BLDG. IFEW CAR* THRESHED FOR 8AuE. QOOO Fild Appi> for oeliweretf Prices to F. 0. Hyde oh January 21st at tlie home of her residence, 623 7th Street South,. Leth- \%on, Joseph Preece New Dayton, The Sanitary and Low-Priced bridge, a daughter. funeral took place yesterday at the L. I). 3. church at Storing, interment in Sterling cemetery. The deceased's husband died from the effects of an accident with a binder a few years ago. i DESIGNED FOR MEM HAIR CUB AT THE SANITARY SHOP WESTBROOK*BROS Opposite Bank of' JfttfttrMl 1 EE DAYS-STARTING MONDAY'NiXT the Roman Make it an annual duty to j*our&eIves to have your children's photo taken. You creating abiding pleasures for your later years. Smith's Stadio CV Third Ave. S, Phone 1471 Por tr ay i n g Russia and tu e events which led up to tha ."evolution.- � , ^ Without questlptf the "biggest and n?oat timelS fl)m:production ever brought into Canada during the present year, Prices-Adults 35c. Children 1Be Arthur Reid's New Work. Arthur Reid, former commissioner of puhl'c utilities here, is now engaged fln the shipbuilding industry In Vancouver. He has charge of the installation of the machinery in the big vessels .like the Alaska- jtret launched there. The Alaska is (he largest vessel ever built in the Bom'nion. It is 427 feet long with 8800 tons dead-"weigbt carrying capacity. She was built at U\e Coughlan shipyard, where Mr. Ueld is employed, and is the first of ten vessels U> built at .his yard. The launching of the Alaska, the Nor-weg'an consul from .Seattle, who waB present, declared, had never been beaten and seldom equalled. He said spoke well for the excellent workmanship and wonderful organisation of the yard. Here are tfce rugs that have taken the "weep" of 4Weep"- the out rugs that make cleaning-day a joy. But this is only one advantage, of Congoleurr} S SH ^ Rugs, a full line of which we are displaying this week. Come m and see., them. Our stock of the new Con* goleum Art-Rugs will be treat to your eyes. Such marvelous paftcrna in m low-priced rug have" never before been possible. You will find here just what you want for every / room in your home where'm low- * priced rug is suitable. Call around and solve your fioor-covertng problems todaV ANNOUNCEMENTS su mers w A dance will he held in Hyssop's school, Friday night, January 2f>tji. Good orchestra in attendance. Everybody welcome. 4- V W4 Hardware J j ;