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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta AMiniboia Mnsic Co., Ltd. SIS Mil ttr 9. Phone 154B IdlMH PUsnograplis. The New ;Edlton nnd th� Amberola. Put) range of Records. Direct From the Farm For the Week-End All KinJs of Choice MeaMui Poultry DELANYS M�AT CO, FIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTHl. PHONE 452 .Willard's Fork-dipt Chdcoiates We have a lunge of this tIcUcious ciivdy in a UiVge variety AC^, ot tlllings whicli.wo are selling for. per poitnci......"...........*t�>C COME EARLY AND GET YQURS THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE "1487 Week-end Sjpie^iiEils .mm , ELECIEO IN B. C. Vancouver, Jau. :;4.-Four bye-elec-Hons to fill vacancJes in provincial leg-Mstativc acttts we^v, licl(j-in Britisli Columbia tdaay. The most hotlj- con-teateil amous those was at Vancouver where Jtrs. Itaiph Smith, widow of the late Hon. Ralph iSmith, minister of finance for British Columbia, was an easy wtnncr over Iier nearest opponent, Sergt. Walter , Drinnan, re-turneil soldier. The Similkadieeu seat conteslctl by McKenzic, Conservative, anil JI�tch, Liberal, was won by the former with a mftjority in bis favor ot'222 votes. Hav/thronthwalte, Labor candidate for Newcastle, was retnrnefl victor over Cavin. Liberal, by a majority of while Wallis, ConservBlive," is declared winner over Bledsoe, Liberal,'-'by a small majority. Now Laid Egg*. >i few ooiinlng in, per dot�n./75c ; arookftcid Extra Choke Egg*. Every tgg guarin-'  )�ed good. Put ua. in MOltd carton, carton e5c (lood Storage Ifgt, 9�r. d�nn .7-............ 8Sc Cream Br,lek CKetM, ji�r ��>................*8e Fineet Ontario Chaaae, per lb............----- 30c Ingeraoll Chuu' Paekete, ]utt tn freeh, pkt. 1S� tiaeLaren'a Cheeee, email pote ......... 35c Medium pott .......\............ ....... 8Sc Celery, per lb. .____..................... He Orange*, Navala, oxtra large eitc. Thee^ are a good deal the beet value we h.ive ii� orange*. Smaller aizeb coat ua quite a bit more. Doz. 7Sc Smaller aixee. per doien ----50e, 60c and 6Sc APPLES-Nova Scotlan RIbaton*- Spocial 5 Iba. for.....�...................2Sc Special, per 40 lb. lot ...............,1 $1.70 Nova Scotia Blenheim*, SpecMI, 4 lbs. for...v 26c Special per 40 lb. lot...........f.......$2.25 a. C Extra Pine No. 1 Quality Apples,' different varletlee, per case........... ____.... $2.45 Freeh Oy*tera,;CoaBt Sealed kind, 7II solid meet*, no water to pay for. Fresh lot in. H!GHCLA$S GROCERS THE GOOD GO. Olnger Snapt. �|iicltt 8 Sb�. fg*t the b(*t ' potatoj�, It pays, per ewt............----fZ.7o B. C. Onions,  lb*; for ..................2�o Cabbage, good eoHd heada, � lb*, for......... tJ� Carrot*, 7 Iba. for ...�.............. v 1* 0�y�- T. R. Blalno, fjecrotaiV; W. J. Oliver,' 5!:"�?'?'fl,,J''''"n'^ """'^y " , ^^ZO trer.surer. T*lie rema?W(ler of the , ' ' The annual meeting of the congre-S.ntlou of All Saints' Churclfwas held what minutely Into the work of the council, and hoped that the result of their com'bined efforts would bp of: matsrial benefit to tho district. The secretary was Instructed , tn \ communicate with tho department ot , public works extending tho thanks of the municipality for flicir ciiequo oi $2,000 which had been granted as gov-ornmcut assistance towards repairing trunk roads In tho disti'ict. School roqulaltlonB wcro made aa tollows: Pawn, S. D., $178.52; Rose-mount S. D.,'$300.00; Morning Star, $325.00. F. J. Honderaon and A., P. Werts Wfero appointed delegate to the Munl-^| cipal Convention at Edmonton -�u nnli�JLfJoi;fA at the Rectory on'Monday. January.' not yetmischarged, was sent up for t?pv n H�rrln�f in the phidr EltonThlS' ''''T'r sj"yea? bHet[^'u ^Ifx-fZfJ- ^^'^ �' 'vas seen thit the church had lucrcos-' f If flieKHdien re Smokes the chances are it wants an extension and top to U�e chimney. l.iet U8 have a look at itrnnd .we'll soon providp tho remedy for smoky ^tqves in the kitchen anywhere else. Wo'll make the sheet metal ^extension and top, piit it up securely and end ' your smoke troubles for all time.''^ Vou'U find our prices, oa satisfactory as our servicet The Dixon Sheet Mrliii� � No More Gas on tl^ Siomaeh or Sour Stomachl No More Hsavif Feeling After Meals or Con�yp�Voni Ifyou have sour stomach, constipa. tion or gas on the atomach ti7 JUST ONE DOSE of simple buclcttaorn bark, glycerine, etc., as niized in Adier-i-ka, the remedy which is.becomlng kdqWn as the MOST PCWBBPUL Vbowel cleanser ever sold; 1 The VERY FIRST :dose Bho>8 re-, stilts and a short  treatment with Adler-l-ka will surprise you. Tfaie remedy drains such astonish' ing amounts of old matter from 'the tyatem that A SING^B DOSE relieves constipation, sour stomach and gaa 1; the stomach almost INWANTLY. J. D. HigiDbd*!iaiii&?o '' � Limited . -Alberta's Pioneer Drugglete^ Wholeiaie and Retail ClAmlsta. TELEPHONr/iO. S22 most sor^-Tl nature. Sugcests Fnir Dates. J A. P. "Day, who la In the city t'sS>aii;;r^Vfo^'"eipetiklir";�.nsider^ tho small number of,church people in town.-.The chairman, on behalf ot hlnj-sel� an.d> the congrlg�kj46n,,i�xpressort Ills thanks to-.Ihe reUrlng wardens. MessrBivBrown.fa'nd. Elrtl) and to Ihu other ;offJc.*hb had helped on the church.'dBrV^"t}/.b�hi;i,. ' V/ilmott. "ahd as. ISnvelope S�.o,TelvMy, � Gents $1.50, Extra Lady 60e J3 Mrs. John Rush worth. A plejaant 1 ^mstHittttmfiM iHiiaH-MMmi-y social overiihg.t:!ll3wW. -I ti ^ Ail:"';'� Superior Supply to. 2nii Ave. S. and 13tb 6tr�et. MININQ. BUILDING � RAILW>V SURPLUS 4 EQUIPMENT TUOHOPS ANDERSON ANO EMEHSON FA^riM IMPLEIV1ENT�\ ' /OANG'PLOWS SUi-KlBS ^UK^ TKAwTiJrt KtinCH .OEMOCRATB..... AUTO TRAIL'jiHa � CULTIVATORS. : " I -Bt: y , PHQN�:172*r-TAKE A BLUE LLNE CAB *'DES1(U�EDJF0R ME'* HAIRCUTS AT THE BANitAnV shop WESTBROiQIC BROS. Opposite Bsnlt, ef^ Montreal FAMILY PORTRAUURE Mnko it an anDiial duty to yourselves to' Mire yoiir ^nild. ron'8 photo Ukea.'You .will W creating abldliMp! jpIeikSttres for your later yearn;' " 90g Third Ave. a, ' Men* 147� Smith'' THREE DAYS-^TARTINQ MONDAV NEXT The Fall the Portraying Russia and'' the events which led Up to thg rev-olution. , ' Without duestioB ,the ijiggest and most timely film produstion-� ever brou eerter and given five years on that I charfi^ was not really arrested here, i He is a Canadian who has been farm-I inc in the States Und when the U. S. ' went into the war'and registered men from 21 to 30, Kinsel registered, claiming exemption on tho ground that he was a Canadian. He was i^ever called up. 'l"he other day he came ucroas tlie line and when he reached Lethbridfre j he went before the .medical board ' and was rafbd an "A" man. He said ' lie wanted to go Vict ore an exerapt'od , board to ba examined for exemption I on the ground U�nt he is a bona fide 1 farmer. Tho board, however, could not register .him and deal with his case, so they^^nt him on to Calgary,-where he was treated ns afifQ.sorter,i exemption svrb refused anff-wiien he' refused to put on tho un'form he was; given five years' imprisonment, / ^ ANNOUNCEMENT ; There are a couple of vacant rooms: to rent in tho 'Y' owlnr to some hoys b^ing called In dra^t. J>^Dr pafttctt-lara phone Socrotarj^ ^ |s.BIG ATTRACTION BOOKED FOR THE EMPRCBB START- f INO MONDAY NEXT ________ ., il;^,w Tho konui^I ta^etlng of the Ladles' Aid whs ^eld-atTbe ir^sidence of Mrs.. F. w. Browne Thefi* was a fair attend-. ance.' The officers appointed were- President, Mrs. J. Rushworthi Vlce-presidi8ht,.Mra. J. H; Peterson; Secretary, Mrs.''Klentsche. ^ The firat meetlnK o&the new Council of the; Rural MunlcipBlity of Bow Island was held Jn the^'ouncll Chamber, Bow Island, pn Mdhdar. Janu.iry 7th. Present-OflfttncUiors F. J.' Henderson,' Alraon drairg/'A. W. Chlsholm and Geo. Poble.  Secretary Worts administered .the'oath.'Of office to the new coupcUtora andv..thon called tor nominatjpii for Reev^. As a result of the'vote taicei;, P. J^ Henderson wa� again sqiectedsa ril^ve for the enduing'yeari' In expretalnt/bls thnnks to then^for'the-honor they had again conferred upon hint, be alluded to the happy relations.N^hich had existed between the (nombors of the council dur. ini;tberp^Ht year and assured them th!V( it.XWpvld be his best,endeavor to culMvaite t|ie sgmeiealiiiK during 1918. He wdnld do'his best in the' Interesti o^the municipality,' and hoped that he could reiy upon thfc^rdial oo-opora-tion off very oouncilior. , Ajimon GraM: was ag^olnted: Deputy. I Regye, and in enpr^ssing Kts thankai for the appointment-he entered abme,' Feed Oats very other grade welt. rrievater cleaned and saelced Vt If required.. , ^ eliyered pfpijnpltly. �Oats-for 'B^ed. V ^IberU's Beet y^ry Our ^ ' ServWe. ^ � yJMtm RicWdsoB & Soni, Ude' 20V SHaRLOCK Btoa. , The film senaatlaB oif New Yorlt >wi� appear at the Hmprcss t^jentre on Monday next. During the weelca that "The F�H ot the Uomonoffe" was shown at the'Brolidway Theatre, Nfw Yorfc. every, seat |q theibouaSiwaS �oW for the entire eiifi^eiftent. The:PU|�|lo i, of Lethbridle Is extremely fortunate iq getting ilila stupendous HONB IW ;