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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Aitiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 6th 8tr S. Phone 1645 EdiMn Phonographs.' The New Edison nnd the Amberola. Full range of Records. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALI) HOTEL yiNpSQR KUnOPEAN PtAlSl" MEALS PROM �.M A.M. TO .QO>.M. \1 Another Reminder All the meats we sell are raised in Southern Alberta. No cold storage products handled DELANYS MEAT, CO. ' FIFTH ST. S. qPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 New Methodist Hymnals We have a complete assortment of these from the tow price cloth co*er to the limp leather, silk sewn, India paper^ooi 4> � � � ? ? ? ? ? > 86% 84% i � �a Be prepared for the coming industrial development of Canada. Technical Haind Books for the Practical Worker Kerosene Steam Modern Steam Engineering- (Hiscox). Ga$__ The Modern Gas Tractor.- (Page). Gasoline Bnglifes, How to Hun and Install-r(Page). Automobile and Gasoline Engine Encydopaadia- (Dyke). How ' to Run; An Automobile-(Page). Power and the Plow.-^Ellison and Rumeley). ' Automobile Charts Carburetlon- Ignition- Cooling and Lubrication-' ChasslsT^ The Rev. Irl R. Hicks' Ahnanac B9pks on Any Subject We Will Get for You. Phone, Wire or Mall." The Twentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 Winnipeg .Market Oats-Old Contract- Opeh -May.....' - New Contract- May ......... July......... Barley- May......... Plax- . May......... Cash Price* Oats-No. 2 C. W. S4VJ Extra Xo. 1 Feqd Close 86 H 861,4 84*4 160-)4 162% 330 No. 8 C. 80 330 W. 84 >4 No. a Feed.. 76Vi ......15394 .......130 No. 1 Peed. Barley-No. 3 ......158 '54 . No. Rejected'-and Feed ... Flax-y No. 1 N. W. C.............,.;..325 No. :: C. W. 321 No. 3 C.-\V. 304 Winnipeg UiVeatock Winnipeg, Feb. 4.-Jleceipts toMay r.t the Union stock yards totalled 57.'. cattle and 667 hogs. The caitlo.'inarket was 2') cents lowy.' The hdg "niaifket was steady. M Butcher steers $7.00 to �U.D(r; hei" ers 16.50 to �10.00; cows |4.50to'J9.00; bulls $3.50 to $8.73; oxen $5,00 to 19,75; stockers and feeders $6,50' to -18.73; calves 16.50 to $11.50. Hogs, selects $18.00; heavies $13.50 to $14.75; sows $12.00 to $13.50; lights $13.50 to $14.75. I A Word of mg A neglected cold at this season is apt to develop into La-Grippe. For this reason combat a cold as soou as the first syrap-tons appear. Use NYAL'S LAXACOLD and you can feel^secure agalnsi: colds or LaGrippe, Tliij remedy relieves aches nnd cures in an almost magical way. Use it in time. Price, 25c The Red .Cross Drug and Book Co." Phone 555 A, O. F, Meeting Court Star A.O.F. will meet lu thu �Qddfellows hall tonight at 8 o'clock. CITY AND DISTRICT Is Wounded , Corp. .Mitchell, of Fornie, is .reported in the casualty lists as being wounded. I* Dead W. R. Buckingham, of Clnresholm, reported seriously ill at the front on Saturday, is now reported to have died. Funeral of Mrs. Vogt , The funeral of Mrs. John N. Vogt 'took place this mornin* from Fottor-ly's parlors to St. Patrick's church at 10 o'cloclt. Mass being sung by Father McCaffrey. Jnt.erment in St, Patrick's cemetoi-y. ' '� We in Stock the JMblloiiiHp^ Lines of Stoves and Rangiest Peninsulir'Cortiblhatien Gas.and Coal at shown in above ciit. Peniniular High Oven Range, Peninaiilar Ordinary Style Ran^e. LIghterday High Oven . Range. Round Oak Range. Canada.B, Range. . Nelson Range x City Queen'Range. to. have us 'do your tin -and sheet metal work. We have a shop tltat is equifped .with every modorn device for this work, '. wq iise only the highest qtiality 'materiali} and we employ only skilled h CONSUMERS' HARDWARE CO. C.P;ll.�AY�E ... FOR SALE., JUTE ]9�;ks Grain and PblWto' ' Car arriving this week, F. O.'hYDE & CO. Phone 1244 . /Lethbridge You'UbePIeaseii AT THE SANITARY tHpP , WESTBROOKBROS: Opposite Banlf �t(Montreal FAMIty, ', PORTRAJTP^E .Make 11 an aiinwtiV''�i>�tV -to yourselves to bftvft; ypur child-' ron'B photo > taken;? i'^iaiit wilt ^iq grtb iiVc^nits vor day, the , departmonV b� public; utilities of the city has h8d'to.= cpn8j4er IncreaseH for tho wofkmen of'the department, and Commls^loher FrjBeman this morning hall Tue.sday niglit, Feb. Sth, dancing 1 greasA in voluntary enlistments. Seven 46r2 i htindred and ninety four.men enlisted from 8 to 1'.', 2-pleeB orchestra.,  The Ladies' Society to tliV B. of hi P. and E. are holding their third aeries dance in the Iv. of P. hall'oh Tuesday, Feb. 5. I^atrons not receiving In. vltations plione 1882.' 45-2. during the last fifteen (lays li: January;, This total Includes 307 men whp onlistad in the Royal Plying Corps during this period. Voung ladies come and leurn how j to. play a piano in one day as domon-. j Btrated by Carolina Do Mott in.- \,tho.i play the "Busy Ladles' Aid" given, by; the Junioii^Bible class, of tho United: church. , i : '46-1' "Mrs. Wiggs" Says: Matrimony's like everything elso; you gel out of It Just wliot you put into it. The members of the Dominion-Robei kah lodge Number 41; will yiioet at th.e home of Mrs. .Maxwell, 63T ("ith St, S. tonight at 8 o'clock, to inako .arrangements (or the funeral of Mr^. Dalzell. - Api. A LECTURE Will be Given in ST, AUGD8TIN'8 HALL � British Itrael �, What Britain Has'To Oo in The Present War, by William Wll|efa' North Lethtyrldge ' ' February^Tth Eight o'clock Pim. . ^ Public rnv(t�d��.',''')l^-a,. HAY ''""SALE- ,. CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALFAL-FA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW, cArEFUL ATTENTION TO/ ALL ORDERS,. � PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICES. � � , . -\ � , �-��>. Saunders Hay & A Grain Go. '.1221 2nd Avenue South Telephone 732 UIOOIIGEMEII W^tch (or the Big Auction ; Sale Xi^. of Hoiuefcold Furniture, . . Piajno and S^asHnger; Tourmg Car m Tomor-i row's He^d.^^ Sale on WedneindiiBy, February ?, at l^O pi^in.' w.LwiiipN ' AUCTIONEER \ Veoetabie and flower M All/fp|if/j(ee(U are (reth from the'new stocki ofihe BeltvWho^iale-Seed'Houm and'we have a>good ^ ' aiiiortnient of the Best Varieties. Our prices are thsjsame as you yyill pay the Out of Tpwn Seedsmen, Make up a, list of your requirements and let us give you our , : ' prlois^<�n yo^tr'^e^a before you "�rder elsswHe/s.; THE XEiftRILL FLORAL GO. .PHONE'S?/.'! - LETHBRIDGE At. p. O. BOXi414 . ,:-:-F;^^',.^,-.v'A'f UNe-oF;orFicE sWTioNiRv.^ervv.'f � 'Hi 93253? ;