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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PIANOS OF QUALITY Stelnwny, \rordheimeivNe\v Scale \ViIliar.n;, Haines Bros. We Invito you to our Show ^ Uoom to inspect them. A38INIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. Phone 1B4ti, 316 6th St. S, Lethbridge, Alta. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR- EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO .00 P.M. Ground Bone For Your Chickens DELANYS MEAT CO. rtrTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 FARMERS, Getting Ready for Spring Seeding WILL NEED TO STOCK UP WITH PROVISIONS. WE ARE ALL PREPARED TO LOOK AFTER YOUR WANTS. OUR STOCK IS FRESH AND NEW AND HAS BEEN BOUGHT IN THE RIGHT MARKET. IF VOU HAVE THAT LIST READY BRING IT IN AND WE WILL SHOW YOU THAT OUR PRICES AND QUALITY ARE RIGHT. BY BUYING IN QUANTITIES YOU GET OUR QUANTITY PRICES. BY BUYING HERE YOU GET WHAT YOU WANT. WE CARRY THE STOCK. SPECIAL-Another 140 cases Apples Justin, price per case...........$1.95 HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 525 The Ladies Home Journal April Number Now On Sale. Price 20c BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL *&et*6&** Store PHONE 1487 MARKETS CITY AND DISTRICT For Red Cross The Hon. Treas. acknowledges wi;h thanks the following donations 10 the Jtecl Cross �ocic-ty: Proceeds of dance at West Butte school, per Mrs. A. It. Moore. See.-Treas. of the t>t. Kilda Red Cross Society $240.tin; N. L. Hudson $">0.tM.); Wide-Awake branch Women's Institute, ililk Hirer, per ."Mrs. Lewis, $.:>.00; Mr. N. T. McLeod $50.00. There was a very large ^�tendance-from all pans of the province. Mr. Kdgett has received word that he lias bpcn called to the colors in the- Spokane district. WINNIPEG MARKET Oats- Open Mar ... ......... i'lMs Julv ............ 8SMs Barley..... Slav............... Flax.- Mav............ 387 Julv............ ;:siv- CASH PRICES Oats -No. 2 CAV...!�2'4 Extra 1 Feed Clos- SSvs V ;;ij9i,', 38!) h Veterans Meeting � An Important meeting of tha Great M'ar Veterans is called for Wednesday evening at the club rooms to discuss land settlement. A delegate will he named, and instructed on the local Sell Bonds .Mayor Hardic was autlioriod by the city council this morning to dispose of the last, six maturities of the turbogenerator bond issue to Mulholland and Co. on a ~,V2 per cent, baste less one per cent commission on the face value. The face value of the issue is $53,300. The bonds are six per cents. I 1 Feed I Barlev- Xo. 3 ____ Rejected . Flax- 1 X.W.C. .165 .145 No. 3 2 Feed C.W ..S6�i No. 4 Feed ......1G0 .......no ..3011 Some Delay On January 12th the city council [cabled Brig.-Gen. J. S. Stewart. D.S. : O.. complimenting him on behalf of branch's wishes as regards this ques-1 the citizens of Lethbridge on his pro-tiou, and he will attend a meeting of | motion. The other day a cable was re-the provincial executive it: Calgjyy j oeived by the city from the urigadier-on Thursday. All the veterans of the ; genera! saying: "Cable January 12th city and district arc urged to be pres- j reached here March 24th. Deeply ap-nt Wednesday night. j .predated." The reply was entered on --- I council's minute book.. Is Called to Colors j -----1 O. B. Edgett of the office stAff of] The recently formed Imperial Ordc? M. P. Johnston and Co.. returned on | of Sons of the Empire i:; starting an Saturday from Calgary, where he at- j agitation for a. Dominitn-wide system tended the J. I. Case Co. tractor school.! of national public schools. ; Calgary Livestock Calgary. April 2.-Nothing tangible in the way of fresh supplies of beef and pork have shown up yet this week at the local market, but prospects point to a steady market on all classes of livestock. Best steers are quoted at S12.0O;. cows at ?10.00 and hogs at $20.00. Winnipeg Livestock ' Winnipeg. April 2,-Cattle trading was a shade stronger for butcher cattle. The hog buyers bid 5() cents lower for selects, but no hogs changed hands up till noon. Quotations: Butcher steers $9 to $12..23; heifers ST.75 to $11.SO; cows. $5.25 to $9.75; bu^ls. $6.50 to $S.75; oxen. $5.50 to $9; stockers"ancl feeders, #7.75 to 10; veal calves. ?0.50 to $lti. Hogs-Selecls. $20.50; heavies. $17 to SIS; sows, $16.50 to $17.50; lights, �$17 to $1S. Please Note Our Prescription Files are now dried out and arranged and are now* available at JACKSON & CO. S STORE For any who desire their prescriptions refilled. , _\__ THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO. CITY AND DISTRICT - v CASUALTY Pte. Henry Willner, of Winnifred, is reported to be gassed. I.'O. O. F. Meeting The Viaduct Lodge No. S3, I.O.O.F. will confer the third degree at their regular meeting tonight. S. O. E. Meeting Sons of England (Red Hose Degree) will meet tomorrow evening (Wednesday) ill the S.O.E. hall at S p.m. Clean Standpipes - The contract for cleaning and painting the standpipes was awarded by the council this morning to \V. .Emery at $450. An Instructor Now Mr. John McLeod, who has been training in the Flying Corps in Texas and who was expected home shortly, lias clone so well during his course there that he has boon asked to remain! as instructor and will not return' to Lethbridge for several months. The Twentieth Century Book Store "Everybody's Book Shop" 'We Sell the Books Being Talked About" G14 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 Our Groceteria News is awaited with an unusual amount of interest by Lethbridge Housewives. In placing our Groceteria news before the public we endeavor to place quality along with the reduced prices. , Come along and see for yourself. The �. J. Tickner Co. GROCETERIA 204 13TH STREET S. OPPOSITE ELLISON MILLS Agents For Veteran The following men are' agents for the "Veteran" and are authoried to obtain subscriptions for the same under the direction of H. Jbwett: Mr. R. Andrew F. Basinjer, A. Chaplin. W. Emery, Mr. Hall, J. Lowe. T. Long-worth, D. McNabb. Coalhurst; J. R. Oliver, Board of Trade; J. R.> Palmer. T. Russel. R. G. Swift, M.C., Magrath, Dr. Stockpool. Cardston. Mr. Turnbull, C. Westley., C. Wigley. ' The public are reminded that all commissions earned by the above through their sales, are placed to the credit of the G.W.V.A. of Lethbridge, whose funds, by the way, are at the low water niarft. The whole hearted support of the people of Lethbridge cordially solicited. H. Jowctt. manager of district. 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 Studfo 906 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 CELERY AND IRON TONIC AN EFFECTIVE SPRING REMEDY AND BLOOD PURIFIER GOOD FOR THAT "TIRED FEELING." $1.00 per Bottle J. D. Higiabotham & Co -Limited -' The ?fi*g&$L JW� ACierta's Pioneer Druggists" Wholesale and Retail Chemist*. TELEPHONE No- 323 Is Recovering In a letter received from Sapper Stanley Munroe to his parents here, he writes from the Canadian General Hospital in France, that he is recovering and expects to be invalided to England. , Stanley was wounded three months ago, he having left here with the Railway Construction Corps two years ago. , Repairing Washout Owing to the very bad weather on Monday the work of repairing the washout east of Foremost was held up for 24 hours. However, work was resumed again last night and it is stated lit C.PjH. offices here that service east of Foremost ought to be re-, smned about Saturday. * The Finishing Touch to a building is its cornice. Its character gives tone to the entire structure. Our cornice work can be seen on some of the finest buildings in town. It shows how skilful is our work 1n 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 loifl? if not longer than the building itself. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA HAV FOR SALE 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 An Inquest Coroner Humphries was in Taber yesterday holding an inquest over the remains of Chas. Barowski. The jury returned a verdict to the effect that Barowski came to his death from a bullet wound caused by a rifle in the hands of Steve Arent. Areut comes up for his preliminary hearing on a charge of murder at Taber, on Thursday of this week. J We are Selling Agents for the Moline Universal Tractor and can deliver a Tractor Today. 'A � Superior Supply Co. Seed and Table POTATOES For sale in car lots; also TIMOTHY AND PRAIRIE HAY Write for pnees KENNETH R. SIMPSON A CO. CALGARY, ALTA. Dealers in , Potatoes, Hay, Eqcs, Etc. A Worthy Cause One of our citiens the father of a large family of small children, has been ill and unable to work for over three years. � The Kentish Association is sending him to Mayo Bros. Hospital at Rochester, and will be glad of assistance from any one. The family are as'worthy as they are unfortunate. Any support will he gratefully received and may be sent to Mr. Knowlden, The Xursing Mission or The Herald. Going to Ottawa Mayor Ilardit will leave in a couple of days for Ottawa to attend a meeting of the executive of the' Union of Canadian AIunicipalit.it-s of which ha ia president. A letter was received by the city council and acted upon this morning urging tlie mayor's presence in Ottawa to discuus with the railway committee of the House of Commons several railway matters affecting Canadian municipalities. The expenses of the mayor will he paid by the union. Leave of absence to attend the meeting was extended to the mayor. The meeting will br: held about April 10th. He Suicided Inspector Piper of the A. P. P. here has received information of the death by suicide of Edgar Owen Veinotte, a discharged soldier of the 13th O. M. R.'s, at his homestead seven "miles northeast of Bowell. near Medicine Hat. Deceased left a note stating t1*at he was destitute an dtired of life, and was going to end it all. No trace of any poison could be found, but it is believed this was the method ..taken. The body was found by Mrs. "Frank Beebe, n neighbor who lived just across the road. ANNOUNCEMENTS The O. B. Bowman A�ency office Is now located Bldg. in Room 216 Sherlock 85-0 Mr. H. McG. Young will hold two recitals for his pupils on Thursday evening, Annl 4th, in the V.M.C.A. auditorium, private recital at 7.30, public recital at 8.SO. Anyone who wishes may attend the latter free of any charge. 94-3 JUST RECEIVED Another shipment of Spring Wall Papers. These papers and the balance of our stock must be sold before APRIL BTH. The chance of a lifetime. Room Mouldings and Plate Rails, half price. Robertson's Book Store Present Stand 118 5th Street S. "New Stand will be Lethbridge Hotel Block. YOUR'E SAFE-AT THE SANITARY SHOP. WESTBROOK BROS Opposite Bank of Montreal Motor League Official If. H. N'ewff/mbo. secretary of the Alberta .Motor League and editor of the Alberta Motorist is in the city today visiting (lie officials of the Lethbridge Auto Club and talcing up with flicm matters pertaining to the lea-Kue's good roads activity. Mr. New-combe told the Herald that he had heard nothing definite regarding the rumored embargo on automobiles coming from across the line, and doubted very much if there was anything in it at the present, ihougti something might be done later to keep out the higher priced cars. He was very complimentary to the-local.auto club, and also to local dealers and Mie Herald for what he considered a splendid automobile edition issued on Saturday setting forth the automobile activities of Southern Alberta.;�.�M.r. Neyconibe aliso stated that locallkulbiBts who are members of the auto (Hu.% may shortly expect thi'ir litis emMtJBfi, which aro now on the way from �) factory. fjjThe oldest established meat market in the city is still the highest in quality -but not in price. R COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market N PHONE 492 Fitted and Bolted Plow Shares Following Makes and Sizes in Stock: Qua!. c 70 12 18 22 21 114 219 110 50 40 29 68 12 38 50 10 CANTON 14 Inch 20 .. 47 .. 14 .. 75 .. 16 .. 15 .. 46 .. 40 .. 50 .. No. .. 42 46 .. 54 .. 66 . .248 . .264 . .266 . .268 ..294 . .324 ..326 ..334 ..336 ..340 ..342 ..350 CASE . .. ADL 12" .. ADHL 14" . .. ADL 16"' . .. ARB 14" .....AS 14" .. .. AS 18" .....EM 16" . .. EMH 14" . .. ADL 14" COCKSHUTT 116 . 10 . 8 . 118 . 169 . 113_. 127 . .. BS .. GS .. HZ' .. JZ ,. JG12 JG12H JG14H 132......JG 14" 44........JGS 80 .. .. JGSH 14" 165 .. .. ;. ..L16 100...... L16H 30O .�......SP27 100......SP220 33........SP90 21......SGSX DEERE Qual. No. 16..........31 35 �� .� M % * t 33 170 .. .i 40 28 ........ 232 10......,.233 262 ........ 152 320 ........ 157 1.30......162 1Q0........164 390 ........ 160 174...... ., 166 136........179 85 ........ 207 80........215 31 .. .. .. .. 216 255 ........ 217 103........218 32........219 17........DBF 38........DBG 147........P33H 20........PE12 17........PF14 8........PG16 20........X13 11........X41 15........Y41 EMERSON 55......'B8 14" 201........N12R 115........N14R 130......W16R 26......N14R2 75........P12-2 87...... P16-10 80........P14-10 45......P14-4 55........P14-2 50......RN 14" MOLINE 1.40........44 88........45 110 .. ... T. CY12 132......CY14 100......CY16 MOLINE (Contln'd) Qual. No. 75 ,. ,. ,. D1 35 .. *, ,. DW 12" 20 .. ., ,.. DW 14" 15 40 2 36 30 46 42 151 21 30 69 30 108 283 , 92 DW 16" ,'.. FD1 ,.. FD11 .. W12" . W 14" . W 16" OLIVER  .. .. 160 ........161 ........162 ........C7 ...... .. NC8 ...... NC9 .. .. NC23 12" .....NC23 14" ......NC23 le- ss 236 20 25 97 15 5 30 110 143 92 181 FULLER AND JOHN8TON 8...... UR 12" 4......R 12" GRAND DETOUR 7......BX 14" 30 ., .. .. BX 16" DEFIANCE 8 .. . LAX 07x12" 21 .. .. LAX11xl4" 15 .. .. LAX11x16" Prices on Above, 12 in. $3.35,14 in. $3.75,16 in. $4. for all excepting Cockshutt SP27xl4, SP22oxl4, Canton 340x14, 342x14 at $4.60 Consumers Hardware Co. 100 Improved Farms . Stock Ranches & Leases Raw Land, Crop Payment J. HARRIS & CO. ESTABLISHED 10 YEARS NEAR HUDSON'8 BAY STORK VERITY .......P333 .......P335 .......P1421 . .. .. ..P1668 ......P2914 ,......P8081 ....... P6083 .....P6083X ......P5084 .. .. P7145 / ......P7147 ......P7155 J GOOD FARMS for SMALL POCKETBOOKS The soil on these farms is equal to any in the country; They are within reasonable distance of transportation and money makers for rustlers. on A ACRES in twp.'ll, range 18, adjoining Mr. C. S. Noble.