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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta mm Mntic Co.v Ltjiiv .v)t^lun ^Fhonographs. The,' ^ay* . Cdlnn; >nd> % rthe Anlbcrbl^. Full range of Reeerdi.-s ^ Smoked and Fre$h Fish TRY OUR COLD WEAtllER\ SERVICE DELANyS MEiAT CO, FIFTH 8T. S. OPPOSITE OALtAS HOTEL V PHONE 462 THE NEW FEBRUARY I88IJE OF . The Ladies' Home Journal ^*iU go on Sale FridayFebruary 1st Price 20c. Jelephon'e and we will deliver to any address, THE KENNY & .ALUN CO., Ltd. - NEXT \ DALLAS HOTEL J.WJAYIEISSEC'Y IQHON.A.LSlFffiN Ottawa, Jan. 31.-T. W.. Quayle. tor d number o�-years LUteraV organizer in' Alberta, has b^en "aJJpointcd. prl- 1^ DDNT i^P^ THE WAR VETERAN WHEN YOU HAVE A JOB TO OFFER Please notify. J. R. OUVER , BOARD OF TRADE ' OR J. F; RITCHIE SECY VETERANS' CLUB . vale secretary to Hon. A. L. Sition, audjifls reached Ottawn to begtn Ills duties. Mr. Quayle is a former Ottawa, newspaper nian, Imving at one tlmo been employed on the Free Press and Citizen staffs. He went *eat about,ten yeai-s ago. For n number of years he v?aa editor of the Clares-holm^ Alberta. Review, and news editor: ot the-Lethbridge Herald.  MiLIIARY MEDAL \ Two }ocaI. men have recently been decorated for good work at the front. ^V.�S. Coombs; formerly of,the staff of the Printei-8, and Stationers, has been awaited:the' military medal, according to woWl'received by htewlte here today. " * Mn-W.Bcdster of 14th St. X., has jnst received'Word that his son, Corpi Pred J. Bedat'er, has received the Mil tar}';Medal. - ^le received t^c medal for good .work at Paschendaele. Corpl Bedster joined the Lethbridge High i landers when it was formed "here, and enlisted.-on ihis eighteenth birthday. Dance and Whist Drive > * Under Auspices of the G; W. V. A. Veterans' Hall, February 11th At this dance the drawing feir the Piano recently I raffleil wiU take ^htce. THIS WILL BE THE LAST DANCE^BEFORE THE LENTEN ' SEASON^ � , I - Admission ^ 75 cents C^vWr^MANSON PHONE 613 i. . ^ The Twentieth Century Book StorIe lIt HBRIOSE, ALBEKTAiCANAOA., iWE WILL BE GLAD TO 'ORDER AND DELIVER. IF NOT IN 9T0CK, ANY BOOK \ � PUBLISHED. -r ' OFFICE SUPPLIES, QUALITY. STATIONEHV tateat Stylce. Cprreet K; Forma. and Flues ^apdln fact'all aorta'ot tlnriing' {jwork may be ordered here with st'tuU assurance that the work will if? he done, both promptly and � sat* , i'. iBfaotorlly.. It your furnace ha,s ii|.iiot been pvorhauled since last " 3; (Spring better let us see II It^ doesn!!: need' Bopie new tln'.work ^qn It? To'delay Is^to^cqurt dli-' i'^comfort v , ' ^ The bixon SheeCMJbtal Co. rear stafford BLOCK ,' I.>TH1|RIPQC AJIOIRTA Apples. No.M B. Ci, 4(l"in extra, fine.�hm�e. Woa-rters, BaMw^iia,' klack Twins. Nawton Plpplna.Ur; Ontario*, per e�ie' A'...... ....... $2.45 No. 2 Nova Scdtla RIbatona.ra little smai; but'all '^ound and gbotf ceoka'ra. 40 lb. lots. Each $1:70-Or 5 lb*, for ...'..�\ ............ �.....�>..-. 2Be No. 1 Nov.1'Scotia klenhelma, nil In extra fine, shape. Good'Slsc. 40!lb. lota. Each ...... SZSS, Or 4 Ibe. for................^.....2B� . Oranges. Extra largc'ilavals. These are the beat value we have. Oosen...............75c : Smal%i' sizes at......... 40c, 50s, COe and 65c-; Florida Grapefruit, each...........:..,----ISc'i'fl Bananas, per Ib.i................... IZJie-";' Celery, per lb. Ij.. ..-.'.V----...----,.c----;-----1Sc Ontario Cheese, .well matured, haa a fine flavor.V:^ Per lb................30cy Cream Brtck'Cheese, per lb............... .-.'.50e:.'for-|'.\,. .....,....----- Onions, 6'lb*r?f�r ......i..... Valencia or Spanjeh Onlona, 3 Iba. for , PURE JAMi,'6000iVALUE8; j>RICE8 WILL be WA9*t�ffes,-' K.: Ci,'-King Beaeh/ Niagara PallSt Nelson Harvaat and Donalee Branda.'Price per . 4 lb. tin ... .1.. .i^.�5c up to $1.00 3PECIAL,VALUE8 IN PICKLES, WHf^E STAR * , - BRAND ' . Giillon CrocKa, aour,' each............... $1,40 Gallon Crocks,,Chow;?�aeh ..........f...;.; $1.60 Gallon CroekSi Onions, each ...............$1.60 Gallon Crecka, .'''"'aiit, each.............. $1.66 . 'spcc'iXl'va'lues (tn ricev , Japan Rict^'Spabliil V�cr lb..........;. ,.Il0e � lba;^for 7..\:v.; 26c Slam Rice;'IBB. ;i�ir^v...... V........ ^. - Pricea are about 26 iiar cent higher today,and will be stnrititHar.,kayJn aome tiow at thesejii;lces. REMEMBER,':ALk orders to be delivered on saturdays^ have to BE in before Oats-Old Contract: Open Close May...... S8�i New Contract: May............ �'Vi 80% July..........�..  S4-H 86% .Barley- , May............ 158Vi lo8?4\ Flax-Jan............. - 323 May ............:. 331, asoi-i  Cash Prieaa r I Oats- . ^ No. 2 C. \V. 893i No. 3 C. SiU Extra No. 1 Peed 83% No. IJ'eed.. mi No. 2 Peed.. 76?4 Barley- . " :  i .. No. 3 lai^i No. I ......149% Rejected and feed ..128 Flajt- - , . No. 1>.N. W-. C; ..........;..;;.. ;3^4%J N0..2 C. W. -JJl No. .-! C. ^V. 304.% Winnrpeg LIvesteek - .�\ AVinnipeg, Jan. 31.-^Offerings at the' Union Stock Yards today w'�re 250 cat-' tie and 500 hogs. The cattle and hog markets were steady aL Wednesday's market. "'j-. v � Butcher ateers |7.00:to |li;50; .helf-era �7.00-to �10.50; coW8'$7;6(l (o $9.00;' stockors and feeders $7.00 to/^$4.00; calves 5$.50 to 111.50.! .r-j^vv �  1 r- Hogs, selects |18,00; heavies;$13.00 (o $14.75; sows $12.00 tdll3;50;.liBhtB $13.50 to JMioO.' - '. , >' - _ �'v';{ "i - OnlyOna "IRdMO dUl^lMeVv To get the genuine,'call torAfullnamo LAXATIAW BROMO QDINI^fB. Look for sigrtature of-E.'^'W. GROVB; Cures a Cold in One Day.. 30c. ,i. i � AHSOmCEMmrt' /.Attention! , ,Cdme.-:J5�d>i: iee... your grandmother^ and.auntaXpt.fifty yetts; ago, as seen' In the ,.pla3r�i".TUe Bu^ liadies' AW" .to be staged, to the:Junior Bible class ot the United church. S43-1 A Word 61 A neglected cold nt this season is apt to devclop^lnto La-Grippe. For thlsj/reason iioratnt a cold a; soon a�'1he first sym'p-tons dppear.^Iise^sf; . NYAL'S LAXACOLD V and you can^fecl secure against colds or LaGtl'l'plc/^riils remedy relieve;! .aches cureH In an almost jhagical' >v-By.. Use It in time. . ' ff - \ ; -j.^ Vrice,25c The Red Cross Drug aii4 Book Co. PhbneSSS CITY AND DISTRICT ' i Enlarge Storeroom vP. Thaell, the tailor, has eulufged his show and stock room and addeil a l^lot ot new tLxtures.  ' - Public Can Use It A very good rlhk hasbeen fitted up by, the R,N:^V.M.1^ af^lhe birracks grounda to the south oT the stables. The public Is Invltecf'to use the rink. ia^GoIng Overaeaa Rev. Dr. J.' E. Hughson, ot Grace Methodist, church, Winnipeg, is goin^ ovefseas on special work for the Y.M: C.A. Mr. Hughson was formerly Methodist minister in Lethbridge.''  : W?ter Test . Si.x samples of city water have becji tested recently. Two out dt^ the first three showed evidence ot pollution. The more recent ones show no evidence ot pollution. Purchase Grocery ID. and R. Wilson have piirchasod the Central Cash grocery from A. 12, (ICinnear. Wilson'brotliers have been engaged in grocery stores in the city for the past few years. New Board to Meet There will be a meeting of tho-no^ board of directors of the Y.M.C.A. to night in the auditorium, for the pin-pose of electing officers tor the ensuing year. Wertfove in Stock the. Fol linte ;tff StdvOt and Raii|�l: P^nlnaular' Combination Caa and Coalt � j|ti�wn In-^aboye eufc* Paniiuular HlghO.ven Range. Penlnaular Ordinary Stylt Rang*'' LIghtcrday High Oven Range. ^ound Oak Range. Canada ,8. Range. Nelaon Range ' City Qu9en.;,9a'>Q*- LIghterday High Oven Range. City au. f,,  .j'-'"' - -" -- Uou8to�,"ToxaH,.I.anSia,l.-^Edward JJ.j London, Jan. 30.^jWrh.e Military J. James, of Tolodo;;0)iio,:aiid'Giifl S/' 'Medal has beeii awaMed to A. EvanslT'Mather, ot-Paw-Paw,ft>^lch, . sec'dnd RovalArtilliary,-belonging to Ontario; lieutenantly werpklirodjl^fo;yesterday T. K. Brennari, of-the were flying, collided head-dn and tcU Diirhams. ot" Queb^t.", T-. from t^helfht of 2,000 feet. I.; -:-^-rr-^---1 -/ � COMING->MONOAy^^NEXT AT THE EMipRKM ^ "THE SLA^KEr^ 'FOR JUTE SACKS,',,' ..4 Grain wmni^ft / Car arriving'this.l^.eelc, F..0. HtpE^aC^O. } Phone 1244 ;' LatMirldia!, Snowy Weather brings heavier, more obstinate colds often than the colder; weather of winter. * AncT^t alwa.vs jtfeema to (be true-that .wdrifnel- .weather colds  tt're much harder :ta dlsi^el,. and usually are much more tedious, 'and uncomfortaUe than those of winter. I � - ' C�M T�Uct> are; for heavy coi'ds-^the kind that ordinai-y remedies Vl6>not- ^seem: to reach effectively. Bent-ly laxative, pleasant to 'take,, they seem tOv get right, at, the cold. The relief I they iafford;la^ : usually so prompt?and .decisive/ ae to excite the patient's wonder.j and admiration. � i.'^r i-i - Rexall Cold ToblctSr are, � ;w6 / believe, thejery best'iremedx for ! heavy , deep-seated obstinate colas. No niulteMhow severe j'our cold Is, we guarante-'Rex-all CoU Tablets .tp relieve you and satisfy you iuevery way,?or  your money )>ack.'�^^'^}!�.v.� / , -Veat Pocket Edition. 2&c;V =T=f= 111 I T Supply Co. 2i|ij Aya- and HIJi ,f|ra�t./^. -'s ', ^ ' OllfiO A' RAILWAY .SUPP^LfES A iCQUIPMBNT -TiaOfl.ANO EMCRSOKj.FARM IMPLCMCNTA ' fOROi^.TRACTOB ATTACH.^ "HOyi^T^Ka A BLUJ^_..ir!.5. CAP, you11|>e J. D. Hisiobothtn |^|o: \. , Lianitod ^ AT THE SANITAi WESTBROOK^ Oppoalte �anki'j^^.^fjo fa port, Make It'an yourselvea'to. jfen'B; ph6to'tfil oreatlng4'.abldii .your lot^r )r�$r�' .Third Av*!-/ "Aliterta's Piondae -Druaflat*" Whelotale and Reta|l>,ChainlatK; TELEPHONE, Na. $22- > Not Grown Here :. " A phot&graph of prize spuds-appeared in the Calgary Herald last- night, atfributed to the Lothbridifo  �  ^  credit of � ?210,000,000 to bo *  ipald to Great Britain during   February, was established to-day. by the treasury. The Jan-  . uftry credit of ?250,00O,op0 was  completed today with the ad- The AncientTOrd^J9l> Forest^i"^";:-^^"; ARE HOLD#a,AN : INVITAWON^,( - D'AN?k In the K. ofcP. Hdl,^ iPflFjridayJil^ Ml S'S ^ A R NO l^iP'I^OfUJitlieTliA'r Phone 1792 for^sl '.(�^�'J'lVL KiVancement of ?65,000,000. This ' 'brfngs the ^total^credits to all "the allies upV^o $4i52&.000,000. * > 4 ? � � * *  *  * theire Are Yet 2000 Peopki -;;'^v-^- iniheCity WljoJiave not seoiTtlie greatest of nil (pictuies, "The Fall of the Romanoffs;" Ifor.^the -benefit' of these 2000 tl^lii feajture will be repeated' at the '^m-HfOTB for today, only, .po not mlaa?:|t irAdvertlgement. � >' ^i-f'-.yj �'J "r,.. ci^l"^ ^AVFORSALE . k carloads or LCjIS' , " .timothy, .u.plano, fLFAL-l FAi mixed timothyv! ano> v^.alfalfa Af^P 9TRA^. fcA���^U'- attention " to; ' . , all orders. ' prompt shipment ' write or Wire>u8.for; pRicesr, TT^ m �Graw.Corf'"-'* 11821 2nd AvanuaAloMth I-.V 1?. EAT : : : t: AR K'E-T- UIO sixth ave south. phone. 796 Oirdtfl^deliveretl to any papt of the city. Service: Bttiil^ess orArt�;Kiim^ ^ (icnoWo' ^K