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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Astiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 815 6th�tV8." Phone 1S4(k ' r^OROH^IMlR PIANOS EDISON PHONOGRAtP-HS A. i- -I' ''iff,. ..>.;!fy.' lievet) the work could be done by DISTRICT Masonic Meeting A regular meeting of North Star Lodge No. 4, A.F, and AM., tonight. ; "Visitors cordially welcomed. Annual Meeting Knox Churcl^ The annual meeting of the congre-' gallon of Knox Church wUl be held on Wednesday evening, January 23r�l, ^ Reported Gassed i Pte. P. D. Wlnsoc of Lethbridge, , ivho- enlisted with ;th^ 93rd battery, Is . reported today as having bOeu gassed ' In a recent action. Oiar/i^Boafcs andiStands for 191S~ Loose Ledf keilflers Loose Leaf .Memo and Priea - BoeJ SINNOTTBLOCK, COR. FOURTH AVE. & FIFTH ST, 3. PHONE 1107 1^; EORSAtE We are,In a position to "make prompt sliipment of several cars'ol TIMOTHY and UPLAND PRAIRIE HAY,  Any ordersi placed with ns will receive our immediate attention. . Write-Wire er Phone 1865 Lethbridge, or M1922 Calgary strong&dowler 403 Fifth. St, Lethbridge 301 Grain Exchange, Calgary, .-I . Alberta C. W. MANSON PHONE 613 The Twentieth Century Mk, Store LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, CANADA WE sWlLL BE GLAD TO ORDER AND DELIVER IF NOT IN STOCK, ANY. BOOK PUBLISHED. ^ - OFFICE SUPPLIES, QUALITY STATIONERY Latest Styles. Correct Forms. ---r\ .Wlnnipegi Jan. 14.-The market was extremely qulef ^today drid .veryltttle trading was dpne in the.cast market. . This was' o;�viB�r principally 'to the llghtiiesa ofstWe receipts and ,o?fer-ingSf as th�! demand was.keen for both oats" and barley; Spreads were unchanged in oats, with the exc^tloit of 2 C. W. which was at 3c oter JMay, Oats futures closed ,%c lower for ; May and unchanged for July. Bartfy , clcsed %c down fdr Ji,�y.' ' . 1 j Flax closed ^'t c lower tor both months. ' . I Winnipeg Market 1 Oats-Old ,Contraqt: Open Close iMay.........: -  8aV� j New Contract: May ............ JSo% . July ....... -......-�-'S3 -/ 83% Barley- - May .,......... 149% - 149% /J'lax - , ' Jan.......... -. -324'^ May............T 331% 329i^ 5 Cash Prices .:. Gals- No. 2 C. ^\t88i^ Xo.;3C. W. 81% ISxtra No, 1 Peed . : >.,,;,,,..,, 81% No. 1 Feed;. 77% No, 2 Peed.. 74% Barley- .' No. 3 143% No.'4. ....,,138% Rejected and Feed ..,.....,..'.120 Flax- . ; No. 1 N. W. C. ., ^............324% No. 2 C. Wr(321,y3 No.t3C. W. 303% 'New York Stocks New York, Jan. 14.-Closing sales: C, P, R., 137 1-2; U.>S. Steel,'90 1-4; U, S. Steel preferred,ll08'3.4;' : : ' - \ To>Cure a Cold In One Oa]^ Take LAXATIVE, BROMO QUININE Tablets, Druggists ' refund'?money"It it falls to cure, p.! W. >GfiafE'S algna ture'is on eacb box:. SOc/'^^'? Roujli, Fissure^ Hands . s � � ^ Finger-tips ccack)Bd^ and jSore, catching thread,: yirn! etc., nothing more anitoyli^ior painful. REIVJE -^ts ever present help In such'" conditions, iifrpll .worked In before'the hands are fluite dried after washing in l\ot ,v/ater. For very obstinate anil extreme-cases, we have, "MECHANICS HANP LOTION" That is never falling. � ;  EACH" 25c A'BOTTLE Samples for the Asking. I. D. Higinbothain & Co ' Limited ---r The Stom "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists"' WhoTe-:ale nnii Retail Chemtsta TELEPHONE 32^ Gen. Supt. Cameron Here. General Superintendent Cameron of the C. P. R. came down from Calgary this afternoon to make a sho'rt tour "bf the Lethbridge division, ' Provincial Meeting of Veterans The proviuc'al meeting of the Great War Veterans will be held in Edmonton commencing /tomorrow. /Harold Lethbridge Division His Ship|)ed 14 M^^ Siiice 1st of September Lag to i According to figures "vyilhered by the board of trade for tUo annual report of that organization, Southern Alberta as served by" the Lethbrdge division c,irii�� T,,!,hf 000 bu�hol&.'orf'?, j!.st at prese/faU shipments to the games to.;lght but ail sheets will bo, ,^oad of .the lakes are under an em- ajrailabU !or scratch games. Was Badly Injured Billy Carter qt the Lethbridge Mercantile Co. staff had hlg,che8t badly crusbBd on Friday last when a pile of orange cases collapsed on him. It It understood he is progressing favorably. hargo, but Indications dre ihat In the spr ng the wheat movenioiit wllPonce (more ho heavy. .That Southern Alberta will mai-ket at least 25,000,000 bushels of grain from the 1917 crop'Ib not doubted, Tt is stated tha*' Stavely alone has 500,000 bushels more to ship, "So far Barons Is the leading; shipper,' having sent forward more than 800,0(/0 bushels, mostly* v/heat. .Carmangay coriieB next-with, more than 700,000, Word frdm No'blbford' Is that aboiit 626,000 bushels have-'already, been shipped,; This; puts Nobletord thb third on the "list of .big shippers iu tlie south and natuitally Nq.V.'?'�'''1 Izens are "greatly' pleased " with the wonderful showInK of ,thoIr district. One featui'o of the report on tlio, grain movement is tho v�r,v sma.U amount of coarse, grains shipped out, this being onljr about' 1,500,000 bushels or llttlo morei'than 10 per cent, '1 Fell Three Stdr'es ^ :Tlie little child of Mr, and Mrs, Daly In the Dominion Blqick, fell three stories to the ground this afternoon while, playlrtg at the er^trance to tho'^all on 'the third floor but was couscl9as when j picked'up, and was apparently not ! greatly. Injured, Dr, Roy was called In � however. The Utile g'rl evidently BOt,. .out of the.liall entrance some way, andy "fell the -sheer three stories to the rgrouqd, , FEW CARS THRESHED TIMOTHY FOR^SAi-E. GOOD f EED Apply for oellv^reo Prices to ; F. 0. Hyde & Co. Phone 1244 Lethbridge �ri. I� 'great 'protection and should be used wherever pos-. 8l|>le'whether the law requires them or not. We c^n equip . your bulidlne wlih lire doors at moderate cost or anything in the line ot{rUeet metal work,; There: Is. notUlng in this kind work that we. Ao not under-i ; taTie, Expert � worltmanshlp guar", anteed. The Dixon Sheet Mejial Go. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK 1.BJHBHID0E, ALBERTA Family! Porlraiiure Make It - ' annual �duty to yourselves to havoTybur. children's photo taken.; You will ho ^ creating abiding pleasures fdr your later years., ,1 Smith's Stildio 1 906 Thli^d Ave. Pl^one 1471 ' Superior Supply ?o. ."''iBBU Ave. 8.\and lath 9^n^ .MINING, OUIl.DtNO;& RAil.W.XV SUPPUIIB, � CQUIPMBNT TUOHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLeMEUTS ' .OfNQ PLOWB,; ^ilLKieS FORD TRACTOR ATTACH , OEMpCRATB i - AUTO TRAILSUB v.. qUtTIVATOUB, BIWDP.n ENGiril'l ./PHpltS'V26^TAK�-;, BLUi ,tl||EXAR 7 Edisdi -"PhoDoigraphs ' THE NI^W.eOlfON AND ' :.THB,-AMieBOLA-.. We have fuU rjinge of thoso Instruments, Pricesi.tropv $4^.00  to �61M0. Cash 0^1 terras. � 'l1iou8?iida-pt,T.ecpra� to. select from. / . ' ^. -,| ItssiRiteli Lti "Ejrtrythni� Miialoal" Phone� / 31a %T�'Xmakl5?^ Its annual; sWinw^ pf.tho% agricultural productlo'dJbf tUfi'^ralrie.pi-oVlnceB this use iipen in-'morning, lha',Fro� PireBsestlmaleB the augurated by be Hudson'""Bay"Som.,, ^'>^\KmX^Wttf%^ V^t pany in connection w^th their Grocery ' pared f''^*25\,010,8�1 fo^^^ Department, It-lntends to Issue/laily, 162,954 for 1915^ ahd |140,�09,53. for in this,paper.'a price list giving partlc-11914. ; r �i'''' ' �, ulars Of Itoras-speclally priced for the I The pr.lnoipAl 'noreases ,over J910 following day's selling. We need not Hvero In ^VUeat iind cattle .tho^former alt householders the im-. sUowlng ; Rye ... ^^i. Screening* Halifax, Jau, H.-^l(?^l8 undeystpoci I that the scope of the inquiry into the Mont Blanc-lrao .coUlsion of ;Decem.-ber 6, has bean extandbd to permit 'of Inquiry Into somp .',/)lnlB .which wor^ not taken up ijy Judge Drysdaie's court of inquiry at the sessions already hold. The court wlUresuraoJts hearing on Jaijuary 21, 5,-4, I, _ ; No "Skiiiipi^""AUowed ' firing these days of.;BhovtttBe'.p(| m^torlal^ flomc manutaoturot'B ;arp, !Bklmpi(ig" on (luallty, You'll find In; the MaHbu & ulsch'"factorle� the oWi high otanOaid uf cmf(lilV'i9atori%iB awU skilled workman!,hlp;'Ma*om;#; WW":! I.,lrolted, Balmoral Blo�k,' 5th'Bt,, S wilt |}e glad to mail -you In^reAtlnK.' the'BubJdct,-Ad; fordlngines Rf BORED AND REAMED AND FITTED WITH OVERSUe PISTONS. , > ' - WE GUARANTEE * SATISFACTION. , l' ZH First Ave. S. Pl^ono 1732 MVEN BftOS. t1� First Ave. S, .Phone 1C,86C,C99 C,i04,472 175,076 205;500 39,442,127 15,3'iO,5,G3 2,958,072 reading matter uu 1 FARM_LANDS "Of the Hudson's flay Compsnt ttitd Calsarr and Sdmoatoc Laal ' :e6,' - � eiTV AND FARM MOR^^AOBS lheH.Macbe|h -/�..�AgcnBt~oclo. yards .,,, Edm'onto)iii^8tnoe In Teachers , Acco'rrflnfe'itO.'prescnt'lmUcntlonBitho department of odUcatioji rfor Albprlft expects tu tie short 000 or more qunll-: t|od"toftcbcrs;thl(i; year. Last y;eai',,al; though munUmlBdloudry work wan done tQ'try't6>i;ot quullflod teachers the department' found Itselt obliiei} to Ibbuo �3f pfovislonal ortompprnry vo"?rtltl6ateB;'Kv^n>:t�t Hhat, a" coBBld-"orahle-'numbet'Ol: Bchoola ^ad to^;remain cloiifed'fbe/yvuse no one qwalWod ' %r uiifluallHad 'cpuld l)e perauadod: to ,t�Ho tlieiii,,Tltl�lcondUloii existed,;-ac,-, of �duit� p^the (not mt * every?inpaft|;^Ki�owi) \vn� taken to' lu� torest t�fj|ot||^\to;como to A)l>erta. The P^fREX , Pic Plitt r. : Bakes so uniformV ven .' Concumers' ffarduare do. : PYf^EX , every day .'...�Mmi' 227931 ;