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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THK PIANO* OP QUALITY Uooaf) to inspect them. ASSINIBOtA MUSIC CO., LTD. Pliant 1643, 316 6th St. .. Lethbrldge. Aita.. IL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN , I PROM 1.00 A.M. TO P.M. Ground Bone For Your Chickens DELANYS MEAT CO. FIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL ' PHONE 452 FARMERS, Getting Ready for Spring Seeding II fitted and Rd PlflW SKBI*IS& . NEED TO STOCK UP WITH PROVISIONS. WE ARE ALL PREPARED TO LOOK AFTER YOUR II I I % Mill -If llil ifM � '�* tw WILL NEED TO STOCK* UP WITH PROVISIONS. WE ARE ALL PREPARED TO LOOK AFTER YOUR WANTS. OUR STOCK IS FRESH AND NEW AND HA8 BEEN BOUGHT IN THE RIGHT MARKET. IF YOU HAVE THAT LIST READY BRING IT IN AND WE WILL SHOW YOU THAT OUR PRICES AND QUALITY ARE RIGHT. BY BUYING/IN QUANTITIES YOU BET OUK QUANTITY PRICES. BY BUYING HERE YOU GET WHAT YOU WANT. WE CARRY THE 8TOCK. SPECIAL-Another 140 cases Apples just in, price per cue HIGH-CLASS GROCERS a � �u ...... $1.95 PHONE 525 Shaving Suggestions for the Man Who Shaves Himself Safety Razor*, Blades, Shaving Lotions, Shaving Sticks, -Reior Stropt, Lilac Vegetal, Shaving Powder, Shaving Cream, Brushes, Hones, Men's Talcum. Get the full enjoyment out of your, shave by having these shaving comforts handy. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 SPEAKS AT UNITED Principal Thomas-, of -Alberta College, was the speaker at United church on Sunday. At the morning services he spoke on "An Indistinct View of Man." He said: "We easily grow enthusiastic and wax eloquent Over mankind in the mass; humanity as a high conception, and forget that the real test of our faith in humanity as a whole is our faith iit our next door neighbor, the child, the woman or the man with whom we must daily meet and mingle. Jesus begins with the individual. He sees in each single person, sfow-ever degraded, something positively good, to be encouraged- and fostered �i', \ _;___ and drawn out toward God." In the evening Principal Thomas' topic was "The Life Indestructible." The abiding lesson of the recurring Easter season Is that eternal life uu�y be accomplished here and. now, that men who live and serve in the spirit of Jesus may have the assurance that they are, building into their characters those (iualities of life which have permanent and abiding value, which are as indestructible as the character of God Himself.. Jesus in His simple life and unassuming ministry .virtually said that Love was not onSy "the greatest thing in the world." but even the only thing in the world that fs eternal and indestructible, because Love expresses the very heart and character of God. This great principle of life Jesus represented to nieri in everything which He did. He" even founded a community among men based upon this principle. He came into conflict with deeply-rooted selfishness and narrowness of vision,us a principle o� life, and went to the disgraceful-death of the cross to seal with His heart's blood this conviction that Love is Life, and "Life is ever, lord of "death." Lcthbridge will probably have a fair representation in tile net/ tank battalion that, the imperial authorities have-asked Canada to rai^e. Although the officers and personnel of the new battalion have not been nnmed> already several Lethbrldge men have"'been attracted by the new form of service and have left their applications with tlte local military authorities. As soon as the tank battalion organization is under way recruits will he accepted here and sent Somewhere in Canada to man the new Iron monsters and get the big tractors of death into shape for active service. MARKETS Winnipeg Market Oats- Ooen. Close. May ... .......... 93�,4 90% July ... ........ 90% �-. 8T% Barley- May lGff Flax- Mav ......... 385 3S6 July .... .......... SSi 383 >4 The Twentieth Century Book Store - "Everybody's Book Shop" asasss .- "We Sell tie Books Being Talked About" 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 '\ Groceteria' TO THE HOUSEWIFE- You can �pend less than you are spending on .Groceries by dealing at our Groceteria* We eliminate all the non-essentials and give you the benefit of our Cash and Carry plan in reduced prices. Come . and try us and see for yourself. The E. J. Tickner Co. GROCETERIA ' t 204 13TH STREET S. OPPOSITE ELLISON MILLS No. 3 CAY... 87% ............. 86�4 No. 2 feed.. 80% .160 .............384 No. 3 C.W...361 Cash Prices Oats-No. 2 C.W.. . 91% Extra No. 1 feed No. 1 feed.. S4% Barley- No ,3 ......185 No. 4 Rejected...................%.. 145 Peed ........................140. . Flax-No. 1 N.W.C. .. No. 2 Q.W.. .379 Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg, Apr. 1.-The cattlemar-ket was dull and hogs were stetfffy at unchanged prices. Tl>e receipts this morning were 400 cattle and one thousand hogs. . Quotations: Butcher . steers $9 to $12: heifers 87.SO to $11; cows $f> to $9.73; bulls $6.25 to $8.75; oxen $5.2f. to $9; stockers and feeders 57.7avt6 $10; veal calves $fi.50 to $1G. Hogs, selects $21; heavies $1" to $18; sows $16 to $17; lights $17 to ?1S.50. Our Prescription Files are now dried out and a*> ranged-; and are now available at JACKSON & CO.'S STORE For any who desire their prescriptions refilled.  THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO. Goes to Kamloops A. E. Dodman. former manager of the Hudson's Bay Co. here and late of Edmonton, has been transferred to the branch at Kamloops. FAMILY PORTRAITURE Make it an annual duty to yourselves to have your children's photo taken. You will be creating abiding pleasures for your later years. Smith's 906 Third Ave. S. Studio Phone 1471 The Finishing Touch to a building is its cornice. Its character gives tone to the ea-tirc structure. Our cornice work can.be. seen on ispme of the finest buildings in town. It shows how skilful Ib our work in sheet metals. And our skill in erecting combined with the heavy grade metals we use in our work means that the cornice -we put on a building will last as long if not longer than the building itself. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK" LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA HAYFQRSALE CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND. ALFALFA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS. FROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South Telephone 732 Easter Confections Ou*- Easter Chocolates arrived from r Neilson� yesterday. Boxed and in bulk. The varieties include:  VERITY .�........P333 236 ..'......P335 20 .. .. iV.. P1421 26....... . .P1668 97......P2914 15.......P5081 .. P5083 P50S3X 1]0......P80S4 143......P7148 92 .. .. .. P7147 1>1......P71SS FULLER AND JOHNSTON S...... UR 12" 4...... R 12" GRAND OETOUR 7......BX 14" 30......BX 16" DEFIANCE* 8 .. . LAX 07x12" 21 .. .. LAX 11x14" 16-.. .. LAX11x16"  v� Prices on Above J $3.35,14 in. $175, lfrin. $4? for all exceptbikshult SP27xl4, SP22oxl4, Ciniton|l4,342x14 at $4.60 Consumj Hardware GOOD RMS for SMALL POLETBOOKS The sbil on Tlieyarowii and theims Lthirjonable is is equal to any in the country, le distance of transportation Iiy makers for rustlers. 11, range 18, adjoining Mr. C. S. Noble, the land is ftA 1. $lfcash...........'... ^ $28.06 ?9fY ACRE8- Flf'. all fenced. 40 acres broken. All tillable. OCV 2 miles M|/er.'$1200 cash, balance half J�5 0Q OAAA ACRES cjnent lease. 10 years yet to run.eJ)0(1 soil, raw. 1 mile to *Leg*d station. Op-JDtHI portunity tie barrel money. $2.00�per acre, *00 A|W balance half crop.|.... ----..............tfSJiafeW JAn ACRES. Ri>od soil. Well watered. Good road to town. 4oU'School on | Would make fine farm. **20�yJ|2 00 $23.00 Good soil 09Y1 ACRE8. 7 uAVfalfa and t: House, stable. ?4, 8. �� 12, T. 7, R . Per acre 320ACRE8, R^d'half m"�to skiff'AU tlllable eafet of Lethbrldge. Irrigated: 300 acres Al-. 20 acres stubble. All fenced. AA ish, balance easy,.per acre ... wOlMV 160 Stock Ranch*} Raw Land, warms pi j Office �rtd Typevf Wootktoek Typ*wf Standard V per acre 15480.00 cash, balance half crop.' $25.00 ent J. HARRIS & CO. ;^tf3rA,0lil|i^p:.10 YEARS NEAR HUDS.ON'S BAY 8TORE Equipment Desks, Chairs, Filing Cabinets, Agents fort Dick's Mimeograph, F. A E. Check Writer, Enveltwlaler and Stamp Afflxer, Burroughs' Adding 1 Machine. Stock Store, 8aala and 8tock Certificates. A FUJ.INE OF OFFICE STATIONERY, & FRANKS Slnnott Block, eo# Ave. and 5th St. 1.1. Phone 1107 ;