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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. 315 6th 8tr S. Phone 154S Editon Phonographs. The New EdiJon and the Amberol^. Full range of Records. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR ---\-.-i-^..,------ ; No. I ____ Rejected and Feed ............128 Flax-No. l N. w. c..............:.. No. 2 C. w. :m No. c. W. Winnipeg Livestock �Winnipeg. Jan. :m.-Offerings at the Union Stock Yards today were 250 cattle and 500 hog?. The cattle and hog markets were steady at Wednesday's marker. Butcher steers $7.00 to $11.50; heifers $7.00 to $10.50; cows $7.50 to $9.00; stackers and feeders $7.00 to $9.00; calves Sti.riO to $11.50. Hogs, selects $18.00: heavies $13.50 to $14.75; sows $l-_'.00 to $13.50; lights $13.50 to $1.4.50. 76-\  149U 31'4 V-304.V. Only One "BROMO QUININE" To get the genuine, call for full name LAXATIwE BROMO QUININE. Look tor signature of E. W. GROVE. Cures a Cold in One Day. 30c. ANNOUNCEMENT Attention! C'ixne and see your grandmothers and aunts of fifty years ago as seen in the play "The Busy Ladies' Aid'' to be staged by the Junior Bible class ot the United church. 43-1 Furnace Tops and Flues and in fact all sorts of tinning �work may be ordered here with full assurance that the work will be done both promptly and satisfactorily. If your furnace has not been overhauled since last spring better let us see if it doesn't need some new tin work' on it. To delay is to, court dis- ^ comfort. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA REAR STAFFORD BLOCK FOR SALE JUTE SACKS Grain and Potato Car arriving this week. F. O. HYDE & CO. Phone 1244 _. Lethbridge Superior Supply Co. , 2nil Ave. S. and 13th 8treel MINING, BUILDING 6 Third Ave. 8. Phona 1471 A Word of Warning A neglected cold it this season is apt to develop into La-fJrinpe. For this reason .'onlbat a cold as soon as'the first symp-tons appear, b'se NYAL'S LAXAC0LD -NV-.'f- - v and you can feel secure against colds or LaGrippe This remedy relievos aches ..and cures in an almost magical way. Use it in time. Price, 25c The Red Cross Drug and Book Co. Phone 555 The Ancient Order of Foresters ARE HOLDING AN INVITATION DANCE In the K. of P. Hall oil Friday .Feb. 1 MISS ARNOLD'S ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE Phone 1792 for Invitations CITY AND DISTRICT Enlarge Storeroom P. Thaell, the tailor, has enlarged his show and stock room and added a 'lot of new fixtures. Public Can Use It A very good rink has been fitted up by the R.NrW.M.P. at the barracks grounds to the south ol the stables. The public is invited to use the rink. Is Going Overseas Rev. Dr. ,T. E. Huglison, of Grace Methodist church. Winnipeg, is going* overseas on special work for the Y.A1. C.A. Mr. Hughson was formerly Methodist minister in Lethbridge. Water Test Six samples of city water have been tested recently. Two out cif, the first three showed evidence of pollution. The more recent ones show no evidence ot pollution. Purchase Grocery 1). and R. Wilson have purchased the Central Cash grocery from A. K. Kinnear. WiLson brothers have been engaged in grocery stores in the city for the past few years. New Board to Meet There will be a meeting of (ho 11044; board of directors of the Y.M.C.A. tonight in the auditorium, for the purpose ot electing officers for the ensuing year. Damp, Snowy Weather brings heavier, more obstinate colds often than the colder weather of winter. And^it always ,seems to be true that, .warmer "weather colds tire much harder to disriel, and usually are much more tedious and uncomfortable than those of winter. ! Rexall Cold Tablets are for heavy colds-the kind that ordinary remedies do not seem to reach effectively. Gently laxative, pleasant to take, they seem to get right at the cold. The relief;they afford is usually so prompt and decisive as to excite the patient's wonder and admiration. Rexall Cold Tablets are, we believe. the_y.nry best,remedy for heavy . deep-seated obstinate coins. No matter how severe your cold is, we guarante Rexall CoLd Tablets to relieve you and satisfy you in every way, or your money hack. � Vest Pocket Edition, 25c J. D. Higiobotham k Co --- Limited The "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists" Wholesale and Retail Chemist*. TELEPHONE No. 322 1 Not Grown Here , A photograph of prize spuds appear-jed in the Calgary Herald last night, j attributed to the Lethbridge .experi-I mental fann, as having won prizes at I Peoria, 111. Supt. Fairfield knows I nothing of such prizes and says these spuds do not belong to his farm. i v Again Arrested j J Wni. Slemko, who escaped from the 1 detention camp here in October, 1910, |and who did three months here after being caught at Kedcliff on another J charge, has been arrested here again, ; his term having terminated yesterday. I He will be again interi.ed. t Dr. Taylor to Speak Or. Taylor will give a talk to both Junior and ^enior C. S. E. T. classes on "The evil effects of alcohol and tobacco on the growing boy," at T.yo at the "Y" ?onight. The advisory board will meet at the; close of the lecture. The new V.M.C.A. board also meets tonight. __,_____v \- > NEW ALLIED CREDIT FROM U. S. Washington, Jan. 31.-A new credit of $210,000,000 to be paid to Great Britain during February, was established today by the treasury. The January credit of $'J50,000,ogo was completed today with the advancement of $05,000,000. This brings the total credits to all the allies up .to $4,525,000,000. * > t of all kinds. , � i ' ' A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY, EVER ALL & FRANKS 8INNOTT BLOCK. COR. FOURTH AVE. A FIFTH ST. S. PHONt 11*7 ;