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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta FEBRUARY 13. 1920 THE .PA1LY HERALD PAGE KlK'E Our OM 1. has 320 >cra farrn'Miitli ot WlMlfred tor a WT valuable orchard tract at SoutherUn Valley, Orecon. The waa put through by and Hlnck. Tie membera ot lie Ladles' Aid to told in the near tnUre. We are pleawd to report tlie Ufaclory pirotrew of Mr. snd MK. Scott and who recently had the. misfortune ot having pneumonia all at one time. The many of Frank Hlllii will Vie pleased to learn; that lie Is recovering hje heaKh.after U grippe. are report a speedy and complete iscoYery'of .the family of Mr. Pete Robt. Smltlr Vivian' Odwy came back the wooAe to Thlt at home tor' a afcort ttew, iaj tu return to McntSBa; week. [HE high grade Winter tan leather that gives unusual service and smart looks, We have this shoe for pedestrian use. It will keep your feet dry and give the maximum of satisfaction. L. KEEL EXCLUSIVE AGENT' I Chbice Roasts ef Beef pejrlb IS, ;i.''... r Choice Boiling Beef per Ib, 121 Choice Roasts of Veal perlb. 15, Stewing Veal per Ib. '.Igic JA V Fresh Liver 21bs.for 15c Gold Stream Creamery Butter per pound 6Sc the Best Butter Value in the City You can't beat our and the meats we offer are the best on the market. You save the delivery charges by dealing at this market. A surprise parly was given'Mr. and Irs. Hilly Craig Wednesday evening, Feb. llth. J- C. FYeeuian's friends will be pleased to learn she is maktaf pro- towards a complete recovery. Mr. Jas. Castle is visiting his daughter, Yeraa at St. Theresa Acad- emy. Medicine Hat this week. Mr. G. E. Loiter, southeast of Winni- fred traded his 320 acre farm for Im- prored fnilt land' at Soulherltn Valley. Oregon. Ttc deal was put through by Larsen and Hmck. Mr. H. Smith Is In Bow Island look- Inc alter hrt stock and other business pertaining to hia Btore' this week. Goo. Fmtrtckson visited, chtl- at St. Theresa, Academy, Medi- cine Hat ibis week. John returned from Fernie, visit his family expecting to TiWlAFERNIE, in few turn to the woods again Several real exchanges hare at Wnnlfred bwidea many being aold. Last Sunday the church, elected heir for the new year. chosen Vere Mrs. >Ri G. Me- ee; Mrs. J.'W. Dennlson, Mr. Wm. Parker, Mr. W. O. Long, Mr. C. A. irson, Mr. R. G. 'Wlnnlfred is enjoying excellent wea: isr for February. Local mirkst prices Cor tatter 60c. 60c. ''VILLA GOT AMMUNITION WASHINGTON, Feb. of 'ranelsco Villa, the Mexican obtained between til rebel hnn- red 'thousand and three hundred rounds of ammunition In ad- illon to other booty in the; recent aids on Gcmei Palacio and1 Lerdo, id a dispatch received yesterday rom Meitco City. Oar Own CRESTON, B.C.. Feb. At a meeting or directors of the Fruit Growers' Uoloa on Monday. F. J. Loreday of was selected man- o! the to succeed R. B. Btapta wko wigued.' Mr. EtaplM baa had for tne' tonr yearn and la that baa brbufhl the Tal- foremoet trull agency from practically state o! bankruptcy to position' to to sub- itantUi 1t ahareholden so It. Three ot the organizations Saterast- cd haTe their committees with a view, to establishing a 400-Tolume co-operative at Creston, and thete are npw'finsy getthig informa- tion and fonanUtlng a ctateraent of to jriwiited to a citizens to he called in the Interests of the project shortly. The third the United Farm- ers -of B.C. was instituted at Wynndel on Saturday -night, when thirty eiiht persons, iaclnding a number of ladles Joined up. It tt likely a branch of the farm -women iWlll be Inaugurated THE FIGHT FOR HEALTH is easily won by the nan or woman vdio is wfflmtf to live in harmony with law. Git out mfefcie modi in the open am eat less meat tnd note Shredded Wheat-a simple, nonteng. easily digested feodjftade of fte whole wheat (rain prepared in a digestible form. Give Nature a chance. Heat two Bfe- in the oven and serve wth not tnuk for hot salted water) the cheapest meal in the wcdd and so nourishing and strengthening! IM CANADA at .that SOME CONSUL MADRID, Feb. Sol'prlnls a tatament to the effect that when the ormer Mexican consul at porunna departed from hlB post he left docu- mente and seals ol the consulate in a ocal hotel, the proprietor of which assumed the role of consul and issued >as5pbrts" and generally IraiiBacted he business of the consulate.-. Tbe enthusiasm for the moTefcent Is taking so strongly that It is possible a local will next week into existence at Erlckson. Major Mallandalne ond C. F. Hayes were weekend rhitora at Fernie. be- ing the Creston' repreaentatires on the committee handling the tourist Palace Market TRUCK LOADS SOUTH AMERICAN GOVERNOR ASSASSINATED iringault of the province ot Chirlqul, which lies along the Costa Rican fron- TH( CAWPLMI SALT CO. UMTCO inflammatory Rheumatism Cured by B.B.R Rheumatism is a con'slilh'tlonar dis- ease, caused by the uric :s.cid-in the .It. rrianitests. ItseK by paia and lameness attacking the muscles .'and joints of tho body, which often swell and become hot. and. in flamed. Anyone who has suffered month after month, and perhaps year after year, with rheumatism, and who has tried remedy after remedy in the hopn ot relief, and without success, should not give up hope. Burdock Blood Bitters, by invigor- ating the digestive organs and elimin- ating the uric acid from the system. publicity effort-to diTert American tourist traffic to Banlf to come via Creston, Cranbrook and the Columbia valley Assurance.'has been given that the highway via this route will be put in fine jr.ape, In addittoa the forestry department js. clearing camp sites Trhsr- sitn travellers can copk or atop over night OB their Journey. Sign posts will be erected, grounds are The Women's-Ifi'stilute dance and concert for the beiefit ot the G. TV. V. A. clnb room lurflshlng funds on Fri- day night was 'quite a big success des- pite wretched .weather. A matter of was secured. A lodge ot Oddfellows is now assur- ed for Creston. A sufficient number of toe brethren, in'good standing at various otber points have applied for demlU and as