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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta tfiniboia Music Co.^ Ltd. th'Str S; ' Phone 1546 fkdltohPhonosraphs. The New Edlscn nnd � ths ArpberWu. Full range of Record!. __^1 LEtHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOtEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEAL8 FROM 6.00 A.M; ;rb 8.00, P.M- ^ 1 Don't Forget To Go DELANYSLtA,for To good ,TEA OR QOJ'PEE-.AHE essential WITH GOOD food WITHOIJTI.T OUR FOOD DOES NOT taste^ICitiTI. Wt ARE handling A LINK of teas AND ^Sf^^BBJ^ufl'b ,Z^uZr^^^ guarantee; tVcilVE'satisfaction OR your money'will BE" CHEfeRFULLY REFUNDED, beside WE CAN 8AVE-m6ney for you IN THE\BULK goods.  ., COFFEE. Fresh roasted Maracoiho, per lb. 38t Special, per lb................... 40c Choice, per lb.-........'..............:..... 50c Fancy, per lb.............................. 60c TEAS, BlAcK OR GftEEN. Brolro: 4 C.\V...181i No. 2 C.W... 341 No. 3 CW... 324 ioicAiM wm SOL THt Been wiTHOUTA pecr; SERVE CiDLD lIMB^UTHimofie BREwme aiMALTiNS Ca Ltd.: LiTHBRioai. JUainiA. AND THOS SERVICE \ V RYAN Winnipeg, Feb. 20~TUa Free Press can-ie� the following from aii Ottawa correspondent: ' . � ,. "The counting of: tbe soldiers' ballots polled in Canada ior till the constituencies of Ontario has been completed and counting, in. Quebec has now been commenced: In Ontario abotit ninety., per cent.' of the votes went for the government candidates. As an indication of tlie trend'ot', the voting the following, results'in Ottawa are interesting: Fripp,. 995; Cha-bot, 899; Laurler. 150;.rMcGiven (liaur-Icrlte), 141; rejected'55. Jn'Hii'sstll county the government' candidate .se-cilred 77 soldier votes', and Hon. Ghas. M%rphy got 17. - � � � - MAY TAKE RAILS: rROMH.B,RY. Preparations ani Implements The nails reflect rotinement. Well groomed persons always devote .commdndnhle attention to the care of their hands. The care ot tho nails reciuire- Nail Scissors, Files, Knives, Emery Boards, Nail Polishes, Pomade^, B}eaches> Cuticle Salve. ' Also "CUTEX" PREPARATIONS We have all these in best qual-it.v and at reasonnblt! prices. It vriXl pay you to select a complete outfit now.,' THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LIMITED PHONE 535 ' - , CITY AND DISTRICT In Calgary M.*E. Collins, chief clerk ot'Uic C. P. II., Is in Calgary today, attending a meeting of tho chief clerks ot tho Alberta district. Gets Important 'Position Harold lllginbntham has gone to Edmonton where ho^ is to bo employed by tho Government Hospitals' Construction Commission as architectural superintendent, Trades and Labor Council An important meeting of tho Trades and. Labor Council will bo held tonight In tlio Labdr Hall. Delegates are ask' cd to make an effort to be preseat. Electric Hot Water BotUes, Electric /Warminff Pki^, Electric Boudoir Sets, Electric Irons,   ^ Electric Heaters (three styles), > Electric Ught Bulbs, all siiet in Nitro and ord&iary Electric Electric Ovenettes, Electric Chafing Dishes, Electric TfMurtcrs, INSPECT OUR STOCK, COMPARE OUR PRICES. YOy WILL NOT BE tJRGED TO BUY. Cpnjs^^imers Hardware ~ . Casualties Sapper Maxino Martin, -who eplisted h(#e sme. whose homo Is In New Brunswick has been w-oumled. Sapper R. drcokson Kerr of Fernle, has been gassed. Soldiers Return Lothbririge men back from the front "reached tho city this afternoon. Tho/se who returned wore H. Lowe, S. Paul, both of the 39th, J. Reed ot tho 113th, Pte. .Wueckburncir, 175Lh battalion. The returned soldier's committee met the boys rit the station. LOCAL'REPfiESENTATIVE, ALEXANDRA HOTEL^OR P.O. 10X408 TYPEWRITERS REBUILT OR EXCHANOEp. i^LL' MAKES. mm i HI We Repair Tinware ttswell as make all-kinds of tin aiijd sheet It your wash boiler needs, o. new copper bottom, your, scale scoop .needs ;'renewing, your stove pipes want .'.replacing come right here -yvhers ;/ you can httve exactiy what'you '.:^Vttnt done in the least time for r.theloas't money good work and igood/materials 'Will pei-mlt. The Dixon Sheet Metal Cbw ;rear19tafforo block ^ lethbridge, alberta Winnipeg, Feb! 20.-A local paper says: "A well defined rumor was in circulation atk the legislative buildings this morning-te the effect'that the federal -aovern-merit's war committee had 'finally ^ decided to take u|i\thrf*three'hund. red mile� of steel rails which haVe been laid on the Htidton.Bay tiiie and transport therp ^tgr'.France..., STRAIGHTEN OUT TAnGLE ' Montreal, Feb.' 19.-tn' b'rae'r'lo'ais-pose of all the exemption aipfio^ls un- -der the Military Service Act" in- the' Jloutreal Military difitrict,.; .'early. In A-pril, it is proposed that, the judges , Avho are acting in the fbllowlrtg places, as soon as they. complete the exemption appeals in thelr-respeotlve districts, come to Montreal to assist the, superior court judges.her^': Ste, Scho-la�titiue, Sherbrooke (two)',, St. Hya-! cinthe, Richelieu, St; John's, Bcaiihar-nois, Jollette, Pohtlrtc,' -IImU; 'Otttttt-a andiSwoetaburg. It is said there are 20,000 exemption appeals still heard in Quebec. -.-1--:- I To Prevent The Grip Colds' cause Grip-LAXATIVE BRQ-MO QUININE Tablets -remove - the cause. There is only one "Bromo Quinine." . B. W. GROVE'S signature ' on box., 30c. Just-Amved -GpCiD FISH^i:>rV5  =' SILVER FISH, FANTAILS, COMETS, ' TADPOLES, FISH FOOD, AQUARIUM PLAUr, GRAVEL SHELLS, ETC, I Aquaria in five sizes In metal arid glass. Globes of all sizes, footed and plain. This is the last shipment we will have until next autumn. J. D. Higiobolham & Co --- Limited ' ' "Alberta's Pioneer DruggUt** Wholesale and Retail ChiBmlitB. '-TELEPHONE No. 322- " Is In Qalgary -Rev. Oliver L. Curtis, pastor ot the Christian church left last' Tuesday evening to attend the "Social Service League" held in Calgary Wednesday and Thursday. The church stands back of every movement for a higher standard of living. > ? : ? : UNITED FARMERS OF B. C. Victoria, B. ?., Feb. ,20.-At, the flfst annual meeting of the United Farmers of Brllish Columbia hold here this morning, :. it was reported thirty-four loc-? " als had been formed.with a to-: tal membership of from-700 to. : 800. t > � � � This Doesn't Look Good Vei-y little interest was exhibited in the meeting called by the city council in the Board ot trade building on JMon-day night .to '.iscuss pl.-iils for a campaign, to raise money tor Halifax relief. Only nine' were^present though the meeting had been advertised and over 100 circulars sent out. Jt is understood another meeting is to be called at a date to bo announcwl later. [ Was a Success The eutertainiiieTit given at tho Clirlatian church last Saturday was pronounced a success from every view point. The Bible Pageant and Living Songs in Liying Pictures v^^ere so well received that in all probability I they, win be produced again at some; fut\iro time wit^ added features in-; eluding the wonderful acene-of Paul' before Agrippa. DUNCAN MARSHALL'S PURCHASE Chicago. F&b. 19.-Hon. Duncan Marshall has selected from tho Short horn herd ot Bellows Bros., Muryville,^ MO., a Victoria bull calf by Sultan Supi-eme, an outstanding sire. Tho selection was made for the agricultural college Of Alberta.. , ARE QUARANTINED ' Victoria, B.C.', Feb.,19.-Just ou the eve of the departure of two companies of infantry overseas, the Willows Oami) has.been quarantined owing to an outbreak of measles. . If no further cases are reported, -the e-^ turn to Otta.wa shortly, having been appointed sergeant-at-ar^s ot the house ot commons. Major B'bwie, who has boon overseas for two years,'formerly was deputy sergorfnt-at-urms in tho house. Rrtail and Wholesale CLERKS OF LETHBRIDGE MEET IN THE LAB0R41ALL V.v::'" TONIGHT^i , The �aiiadiali Organiser; W; H. Hoop, wili address ��>;�:�/ the meeting. CLERKS, REMEMBER yOUR INTERESTS. IN THE FACTORY ACT, HOOP OOes TO EDMONTON Tb LOOK AFTER YOUR /: . .'INTERESTS.:'.. OHGA'NIZE-NOW AND ASSIST YOURSELVES. 59-S I: FAMILY PORTRAiTUFUE Make it an annunl dut)r;,itq .yourselves tp have your children's photoc (aken. Yoii wlJIMj* creating abiding '.pteuureij''Jtor �yaur later years. -Smit'h's^fe 906 Third Ave. s. Phont^fl . CORN IS WORTHLESS  Windsor, Out,, Fob. 20.-Half ,tho dori^'Jij lissex county has been found to be worthless andtarmera will have to - get part of this year's 'supply of Bocd from other places. ,' FOR SALE . JUTE-SACKS Grain and Potato ^/ttv arriving this week. � ' ' F. O. HYliE & CO. "Phfl-c 1244 Lethbrldgt V7 - Letter FlDngBtack, 4 drawers, fumed oak ..,, 922.60 Letter FlllhO-Btack, 4 draweri,' fumtd oak'...... ...,, $13.60 -Flat :Top Off (CO Oaak, fumed oak, 3^4 by in.ches..... $44,60' BoyAlii.typtwritVM No. 6, noarly, new .......$65.00 V. Ci jBm|th,;No. \, vfry llitle used.............. ......'..... $75,00 Wf^ $9B,90.for a Bhort time to introduce. See thia machine before/ A FULl, LINE. OF QFFJCE STATIONERY. 'EyERAUMFRANK^ SinnoU;Blo^Hr Ava.'ifnci Uh'-'etV P(lon�. 1107 ;