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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, APRIL THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN Additional Classified and For Sale FOR SALE OR Nash. Ambassador. Serial No. R31S43. Good condition, good tires, spare, heater, radio, electric clock. Ceiling Charles Sherret, si mile east of Red Head Service Station, on. Coutts Higharav. 810 1923 CHEVROLET Sedan. Serial No. 240215. Price D. loxen. Coaldale. Alta.________________852 1936 TEHRAPLANE sedan. Serial No. 61C Spare tire, heater. Ceiling price Will take J400. Morgan Smith. Phone 607, Cham- pion.____________________ 877 Terrmplane 1937 sedan. Nash 1930 coupe. Garage and Auto Wreckers. 944 Al shape, aew tires. Streamlined body. Do-xn draft, carburetor, under slung. Phone 3425 forenoons._______________915 1940 three-ton Diamond T truckl Serial No. 4060643. Heater spare tire 500x20 tires. Also steel 5 yd. dump with hydraulic hoist Ceiling price G. MiJd, Picture Butie.__________________ 972 1929 MODEL A COUPE. siriaTNo. 1S45627. Two good tires, three fair Lethbridge Business Repair Directory FOR QUICK, EFFICIENT SERVICE Get In Touch With the Following: Accountants BU W. MEECH AGENCIES Acadia Block. 3rd Avenue South. Income Tax Consultants. Fhone 1933 Air Conditioning FREEL SHEET METAL McClary furnace and modern air- conditioning. See our HOOT display 1329 ones. Ceiling price Larson. Magrath. Applv V. 1024 1937 FORD de luxe sedan, Al shape. Rubber like new. Serial No. A20326 Apply 621-4th St. S. _ 1009 1928 PONUTAC Sedan. Serial Nol P411625. SsceJlene rubber motor overhauled. Phone R1104, Barn- Motors. lost _ 1941 NASH live passenger coupe! Serial No. K17270. Air-conditioned, live good tires, recently overhauled. new front wheel assembly. Phone 456S or write Box 21 Herald. 1053 1939 FORD 3 ton truck, fully conditioned, good tires. Eaton" axle, ready for heavy work. 1923 Ply- mouth sedan. J. j. BiUigrceier south of Post Office. 1065 Importers of Scotch Granite and Italian Marbles. LETHBKIDGE MONUMENTAL WORKS -Phone 3920. R. Xeeds, 325-8ta St. S. 1632 FOR SALS OR TRADE. 1S27 Chev- rolet sedan. Serial So. 332151S. Five tires. or trade for light deliv- ery or couoe. Apaly S46-7th St. A S. 1043 Cars and Trucks Wanted CAR model or later. Apply Box 7i Herald. 823 to 1941 %-ton Chevrolet or Ford truck, in. good condition. Please give price. Bos 99 jterald.____________ 982 five passenger coupe. Apply __________Box 4 Herald.______1018 to 1939 ccjpe, any make. Box 7 Herald. 1032 body for Model A Ford, Box 9 Herald. 1027 model 2% to 3 ton. truck, dumti box, hydraulic hoist. Box 11 Herald. 1035 Selling Your Car? Come In! Well explain why It's to your ad- rantage to sell your used car to -us. Eere every customer is accorded courteous and friendly treatment- Our reputation for integrity gives you absolute assurance of satisfac- tion. Come in today. Phone 2621. BENTT CHEVROLET OLDS LTK. 7tn Street S., Lethbridge, ____________________________1016 WANT TO SELL your old car? Now 3s the time to unload it. We pay spot cash. See us at once before- prices collapse. J. J. Billigmeier, Lot and Shop south of Post Office. 1055 Swaps WILL TRADE IJH.C. ton 1939 D2 track in good condition, for late model sedan. Anply Box 79 Herald. 803 Business Opportunities WOULD SELL profitable business in Lethbridge for cash. Good reason for selling. Apply BOX 73 Herald. 816 POK Transport Bus Line with mail contract and fran- chise. Apply Taber Transport. 936 CHAKLTOX i HILL Sheet Metal and Roofing Contracts. Furnace and Eavesirosya- Kepairs. 1823 Auto Home Appliances FULLER BRUSH CO. For immediate delivery. Phone 4241. 1452 Appointment Insulating and Roofing We specialize in applying HocJs Wool Insulation and Asphalt Shin- gles to buildings, old or new. Ex- perienced crews on the job the year round. Western Home Improvement Co. S Stafford Block. Phoae 2853. 181 Grain Livestock Stocks Bonds GRAIN PRICES WINNIPEG. GRAIN EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS (Bj James ft Svos, Lid.) Quotations: May....... May May........ July....... October..... Prer. 1343 Opes High. Low Close Close Close Sl'-i 5Xii Farm Lighting McLAL'GHLIN Garage and Auto j Wreckers. Corner of 4th and 110 i oil and 32 volt, driven or 3rd St. Phone 2918. 10 Beauty Parlors UNIQUE BEAUTY SHOP 61S-5th St. S. Laura Giles. ntj, or -rfth AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO. 205-lOUi Su S. Phone 3S48 or 3758. 1720 870; 110 and 32 volt engine or wind driv- en, with or without batteries. E. C. ROW Has been appointed vice-president and general manager the Chrys- ler" Corporation of Carsda. Limited. according to an announcement made by M. C. W. Churchill. presi- dent of corporation. Mr. Row has been associated u'stii the Chrys- Grain Prices April prices reversed an early apsard trend on tha Winnipeg gram es- todsy 2t the had slumped Sve to m cents a bushel General selling appeared in the late stages of trading on reports of: i weakness of Chicago grams and; May dropped the Sve toxsit to j 242 hid, July feJl cents as 232 i-__________________.______.___________________________ asked, and October was to three J cents lower at to deliveries of wheat by ccmmlsskKi; heifsrs 10 A large export business in wheat! holies with cash cocnecnocs at Good cows to Casners and flour was reported the; prices depressed acuve de- and cutters v> United Kingdom purchasing livenes in rye and oats in today's COO zrjshels in the form of ......247 24? 245-i 242 247 138 196'-i 1KH ler organization for over 25 years. much, of his time spent oa ex- pori work. MARKET TRENDS WAUL STKEET STOCKS: Kobbeis aad selected iodustrials attracted worthwhiV bids m todays aiarket attiuwstt man? eonticaed ta sai- ftr from and a further bashels pi- obsen-ers said nior? than a TX-hiftar Good bulls 10 S3.75. stocker aad feeder sieers actual wheat. CASH PRICES grades Screaaings C-W. 244. Chicago Grain of deferred wiy changed hsnds. Sales of rye and oats followed wheat carrying prices well below i _ Lirestoek Apnl t was tseuir action on the' livestock market today, ilcs- ssli-! CALL W-ESTBROOK'S for your Next Hair Do. All work guaranteed. Phone 3352. 607 ____ _ EIJECTKICAL APPLIANCE SALES' Cabinet Making 619-7ih Ave. S. Phone 4660. 831 Motors, Electric Fuily equipped shop, expert, work- Counter Store Fixtures and General j man, for the repair of fractional and three phase motors. McKeniie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. 254 Wood-si orking. LETHBRIDGE WOODWORKING CO. 611-6th South 844 STORE AND OFFICE FncTtrRSS, household and children's furniture and toys made, reiinished or re- I LEX BRUCHET Paicting, Paper- paired. "Nic-Nac Shop. 416A-3rd St. i aanging. 329-11th St. S. Phone 3706. South. Phone 102! 254 Cemetery Memorials Contractors J. B. GUMMING. Building Contrac- WELLINGTON BROS- ators." Ess. 1907. For Decor- estimates phone 2472. Res. 611-lOlh St. S. 1853 Plumbing Gas Fitting FRED a speciality- 604-6th St. S. Phone 2735. 1331 Piano Tuning GERARD HOEKSTRA Phone 3355. 1505-4th Ave. N. tor. Phone 940 i- 1962 Ornamental Iron Railings, Carpen- ter Work, plans, Decal Transfers. G. H. Lambert. Phone 2077. 1455 Dentists DR. A. C. AHRENS DENTAL SURGEON. PURITI DAIRY BUILDING PHONE 4482. 253 Electrical Contractors TYPES' ALL TYPES of electrical work and repairs bv careful workmen. ilcKec- zie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. 1427 PEAKE PINK Electrical contracting and refrigera- tor work. Phone 3939. 514-7th Ave. South. 118 REBER ELECTRIC, 710-6th St. S. Electrical Contractors. Radios and Appliances reaaired. Phone 4574. 1696 Radiator Repairs HARjaiSON-McCORD Radiator Service. Repairing, cleaning, re-cor- ing with original equipment cores. 114 8th St S. Phone 4121. 1631 KOVS RADLATOR tors cleaned, repaired, recored. De- livery paid on. out-cf-town work. Roy SemD, 327-3rd St. S. Phone 2585. 1522 Radio Repairs KEPLER'S HAVE A KEPIiEB EXPERT TECHJS1CIAX CALL AKD FTS: YOGK RADIO. 322A 7th St. S. Phone 4338. 1978 Refrigeration Electrical Appliances EUREKA Vacuum Cleaners. "Snow Bird" Refrigerators pjid Washing Machines; Barm Lighting Plants; Fluorescent Germicidal Lighting Appliances of ail tvues. ELECTRICAL APPLL4XCE SALES 619-7th Aie. S. Phone 4650. 150 Floor Sanding MERRICK BROS. FLOORS EXPEETLT LAID, SANDED AND FINISHED. The Modem Way. Phone 3319. 308-7th Ave. A S. AUjrork guaranteed. 1055 REFRIGERATION Sales Service. L E. Jones. Phone 4555. 1285-3rd Ave. S, Lethbridge. 134 Re-Treading Re-capping and Re-treading Tires. NORTH LETHBEEDGE MOTORS AND Arm> WKECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer. Phone 42S3. 1270 Roofing CHARLTOX 4; HILL 304-9th Si. S PfeSBS 2533. 1687 Asphalt Shingles and Instill Brick Siding. Reg. Jones. 1250-5th Ave. S. FLOORS SANTJED AND FINISHED i LORNE LONG. PHONE 2569. We welcome out of term business. Phone 4550. 1605 Sewing Machines WE all makes of FLOOR SPECIALIST Moors Laid. Sanded and Finished. All Work Guaranteed. PERCY HAMILTON Old Floors and Stairs Made Xerc. 20 Years Sroerfence. 210-lOth St. S. Phone 2532. 1174 o Work guaranteed. Singer Sewing furniture Moving ilachme Co., 620 3rd Aie. S. Phone 2243. 921 Sewing Service HEMSTITCHING. Quick Elsie Risler. 511-llth St. S. service. 599 HEMSTITCHING. Promot service. Singer Sewing Machine Co. 620 3rd Ave. S Phone 2243. 920 MCLEAN TRANSFER Storage, Crating. Packing, Shipping! of Household Goods. Phone 2097. i 640-6th St. S. 430 DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS DOROTHY GRAHAM. SERVICE STATION and equipment in Champion, including two trucks, one ton Dodge and two ton G.M.C, tanks, pumps, air compressor etc. T- Also six roomed house if party de- LUXURIOUS FUR COATS in me 125 Furriers Shoe Repairs sires. Come and look it over. What offers? Apply Mueller Bros, Cham- pion. Phone 42. 1004 Vocational Training latest styles, saving priced. Expert restyling, relining. cleaning and in- j SHOE REPAIR SHOP 322-7th SE. S. Phone 3955. 501 sured storage. Also cloth coats and; Expert Shoe Repairs Shop 7l4-3rd Ave. S. dresses for everv occasion. J Satisfactory Work. NEW YORK FUR DRESS SHOP _ ._.______j "Famous for Finer Furs." LEARN RADIO Servicing. Electrical i 604-3rd Avenue S. Phone 3275. 790 1 LEE Technology, Wireless Telegraphy, by Home Study. Write for rarospects. Radio College of Canada, Box 600, Calgary.______ Al Businesses Wanted store in Leth- bridge or Pincher Creek district. Approximate turnover of S25.000. BARROWMAN ROY. _______Roxy Theatre Bldg. 833 Repairs EXPERT WATCH REPAIRS. Prompt service. Leave at Art Signs. 710-3rd Ave. S. 463 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE Bob Barva. 951 Tailors Cleaners General Repairs LAWNMOWERS and SAWS sharp- ened. Surveying and Farm Levels DCCK. Tailonnc and Hat 330-I3th St. N. Phone 2770- 1336 Time Sheets repaired. Locksmith. Gunsmith. flARAHFS ATIVNTTON Union Repair Shop. 1233-3rd Ave. S. M11 HUiX 1007 Board -will apply to the Board of Public Utility Commissioners for authority to borrow the said sum by debentures. Of which all persons are hereby notified, and they are required to govern themselves MECHANICS TIME SHEETS earned iu stock. Any quantity. HERALD JOB DEPT. Phone 3203 485 Upholstery G. C PATEBSON. _ Chairman. DATED at Lethbridge Alberta, i this 20th day of March, 1945. j GRAHAM AND JELFS Chesterfield Upholstering and Repairing. Track Seats and Car Upholstering. Fumigating. All work guaranteed. 406-5kh St. S. Phone 3470. Mass Roundup of Nazi Underground Not as Successful as First Claimed CHICAGO. April ,_J sales of Decemoer and SepWmber 1 i prices dipped as snuch as H "from 1 the ceiling. At the close -Rheat ancnang- ed -i leaver, com was at the S1-21S ceiling, oats were un- yestercay-s close Deferred1 deiiv- l-ss enes of barley however jie.d -jrm a steady to strong basis. Approjc-' and aavancea about cent. 300 cattlelrere oougat over J Dtins? the last quarter hour By ROSS ilUNRO. Press Staff Writer.) changed inssd to lower, barlej- -xss to j thinned oyt the Germans took j over administration of their ovm ___ country. FRANKFURT, Germany. April 2. i The whole Hitler youth plot -a-as moss" roundup a long-rarge affair" and so secret of Kazi sj-mpathizers and under- i that when the British and Amer- S25 vrrara. A A. J from ilcnday'i market. Cattle 265; steers up to 1.050 !cs.. choice to S12.75; gwd SI 1.75! us SLi.25: steers over Ibs.. I to S13; good S11.75 ro' Heifers. choice Si 130 to' good :o fed, choice to 513; good i to S12.5Q; cows, guud S3 la I bulls, good to S9.75; stock- TORONTO STOCKS: in? increased In YOdaose- in final hour of today's Toronvo nehaase market aad vere marked cp in macy sec- tiojts. Chepaer stocks the favorites. IndaitruOs posted the widest act gainst Assresaie Totame was around shares. MONTREAL STOCKS; Papers went to a in the in- dlors 2937 in trading op to the final hour today on tiie stock and curb mar- ket. Ploses were ahead of losses in industrials and tied in utili- ties. ground workers during last week- end was not as successful as-orig- inally claimed, but, sweeps by armed patrols through western Germany to gather up suspected members of the Hitler Youth Movement are fin- ished for the time a senior United States intelligence officer said today. Still believed at Hberw were lean raids were splashed across the pages.of the German press during the last faro days, the story caused i a sensation among the vase major- ity of Germans, had no idea' there was a Nazi underground be- j ins organized. CASH GRAIN 2 red and hard, 181 nominal, ceiling. 2 yellow 119 n to ______ NEW YORK STOCKS er and .eeder steers, good J930 CBv Jalses sichards- ar.d Seas) SI Open: Amer. TeL Atchaon. :Q3; (Steer. Chrysler. Gsa. 7RSS CLOSE 133S; Sept. service which considered the round-i up the biggest job since the occu- scores of these underground i started, now is keeping an of them eye on any other underground'. their leaders arrested. authorities in occupied American threats by escaped "S.S. men and Germany I particularly youth organizations _____ ________ are confident that the whole or- i such as tbe Edelweiss Movemect- The Edelweiss Movement was founded on anti-Nazi unnciples and i ganization probably vrtil peter ou; soon. Arthur Axmaan. head of the Hit- ler Youth Underground, was net planning any immediate, action against the Allied occuuatfon forces for he saw the futility of any overt action at present. His aim seemed to be to gradually rebuild the Nazi movement through German youtn so he could exert a vital influence on Germanv in years to come, prob- ably as occupation troops "-were "mated by the urar. TCRONTO, April few era': TLS. Rubber. 70-4. early cattle sales on the S31-- West. See.. 34S. market here today were at settled. "_______________ 121 S: prices with plain to medium butcher' ____ steers acd heifers to and i 83; July Sept.! good butcher cows to to Dec. 77s, to Calves were steady at to 219S: July 143 Sept.' for chcice plain vealers doira- Dec. _. ward to July 126'-i; i x0 price iras established for hogs which closed previouslv unsettled" with bids for grade A dressed SI JO. and more asked. I j r% 9 No sheep or lambs were offered.' WH lYlCll S, 15OVS Western lambs yesterdav sold steady J at to DOW JONES AVERAGES Dow Jones averages as dose: 30 Industrials 199.33. up .54. 20 Jteih-oads 54.00. off 30. 15 Utilities 41.70. ap 02. LIVESTOCK Calvary Uvestock CALGAKT. April 2. i -AUrn 3r ts sn rn has been permitted to operate WVA steadv V i Ijglii! -Tin to use it The Allied intellteence i _ __ believes that it is among youths of! under 20 that other Nazi under-j from yesterday cattle. marketing service Cattle 350; calves 180; ground outfits will try to win sup- port- Normally it would be among persons froni SO to 30 but these age groups in Germany were decl- Love Tangled Up Canadian Jilted by English Girl After Divorcing Wife to Wed Her LONDON, April Cable) to marry. His Canadian ex-wife nrooosals to relax exit permit restrictions for persons leav- ing the Dominion and desiring to visit the United Kingdom are caus- ing anxiety among transport, authorities here, is was learned to- day. While space is available on ships travelling from Canada to the United Kingdom, rhe west-bound situation, in the word; of one ofiicial, is "more difficult than ever." More than 29.500 wives and chil- said she would take him. back and he now is appealing for government; assistance to get home quickly. Hogs sold Monday at S1S.25 for A's. Sows the new premiums grade A: SI for market established. Good to choice butcher steers j to Good to choice butcher j Sla50 Shirts, Pyjamas board today announced increases ot up to 25 cents m the selling pnca of men's and boys' 'ccmpeE- Indicted As Traitor SOUTHERN OIL The most, southerly production! of oil in the world is on an island belonging to Chile off the southern tip of South. America. CLOISTERED BOWLING _______ The sport of bowling originated dren of Canadian servicemen, soil as a religious ceremony in cathedral a remain to be moved and also wait- ing are 3.812 civilians who are en- titled to return to Canada as shipoing space is available. Tee situation is complicated by Canadian servicemen who take their discharges in the Dominion and then remm to the united Kingdom. Some soend considerable money making a return inp here and when they find life in an Eng- lish village is not as attractive to a civilian as it was to a soldier. cloisters, where, if a parishioner bowied his pin. he was con- sidered to be leading a clean life. BONAPARTE'S IDEA Napoleon Bonaparte originated the idea of odd and even "house .numbers for different, sides of the street. ed COSE of fabrics ss a resulv the reduction of the cotton i the board said. i AVIA f 1 if -ixf I to top cess heifers! increased supplies of fabrics .or S1S.75: strictly good cows to lower Most beef cows down- heaw as ?1SO oe maca beef bulls choice Indiana 75fr- availatue to aaiwita. Ib. stockers sis 15 higher prices, the board ex- Sheep good and choics Jf wooUed westerns medium to good woolsklns to .board retail prices of ewes flrm down. shirts in the lower nrackets -woald "ia many cases remain ihe buc where prices do :nse. the increase will m case ezcesd 25 cents." TORONTO MINES 03y James Richardson and Sons) Open Close Aumanue 125 125 Bid. Kirk 33 (Central 263 Cosh. Wiilans........445 I Dome 2s j Dcnalda i East .......240 j Froblsher ............430 i God's Lake ___ i Giant Tellowknife ___775 Hardrocfc............ 35 jHasaga ..............205 Hollinsrer............. 15 i Hudson Bay 412; I Kerr Addison....... tfilich...............144 Sfadsen H. L. .........425 Malartic G. F. ........299 Joiiet Quebec 128 ENDED 'FLU I Marlow Bouyn. 33 WAXED PAPER APLENTY Americans use enough waxed A candidate 'or the presidency of Lapaska 57 the Philippines, Hilanc C. Moncado Negus "..........300 has been indicted in Manila en ten 53 Wo Ct A5! A counts of treasonable activit former resident of Los Angeles, he; Oslsko Noracda A, O'Brien ..............270 155 A make appucanon a priority or j paper everr year to encircle the is charged with collaborating with paymaster 8S in returning to Sno rimes with a srria one foo; the Janacese durins the occupation Pionwr SBfi etunung Canada. No assistance is given In such cases but. as after the First Great i War. Dominion government help may have to be provided for Cana- tjian veterans who fail to rnase good in the United Kingdom. The "most unusual" case of a person recently seeking to return to Canada was a veteran who fell in love with an English girl and divorced his Canadian wife. He was discharged in Canada and hastened back to the United Kingdom but found the English girl did cos wish globe 500 rimes with a strip one foo; wide. the Japanese during the occupat of the islands. Nawab Meets British Mission NEW DELHI, April Nawab of Bnopal, chancellor of the Indian chamoer of princes, today appeared before the' three- man British cabinet raission now holding sessions with Indian poli- tical leaders here. Matters relating io the princes' states of India were Ciscussd. Some princes are said to envis- age a division of India into three administrations "Hindustan" for Congress and others. "Pakistan." separate Moslem state for the Moslem League, and "RajastarT for the princes' states. Tee princes, it is understood, have made :i clear thai thev will r.oi stand in the vrav of the a'uion- Vacuum Cleaner bennce I omous development" of India, on: tee? are believed lo desire a treatv A poll may be demanded by any GUARANTEED Cieaner central goveramen; of TVSTRrCTIONS TO PROPRIETARY ELECTORS SUGGESTED CANADIAN FLAG Prom thJs date on I not be j responsible for any debts incurred AH IT j "i. by lay wife, Clara Scctt. i four electors of a Rural slr.dia framea in such a way as to GEORGE i School District, bv anv ten such, McKesas Sectric Ltd. Fhone dynastic successions- 20SA 5th Street S. electors of a Village School 25th. 1546 Jl an? twenty such electors of a, Viilrani-rino- j Town, Consolidated. _ Rural High' VUtcamzmg 3HSTAKEX FOR ORIENT .____________________________ PTTRTir "NfYnCV i School or School Division.bu: no poH TRACTOR, Truck Car Tire Vul- UBUL KO i itt amy be demanded Wnen the loan canunnr- Guaranteed. Line belt j Ej ihe P.oard of Trnstces of The for the purpose of b'uldsnsr a first spacing Xew p.nd Used Tires Lethbridge Xo. 51, of the ___Province of Alberta WHEREAS it is cesmed expedient by the Board of Trustees of the Lethbrsdge S. D. No. 51, of the school house and doss not (a) in any District other than a Consolidated District, i CD! in a Consolidated District, S5.000. NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS, AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer. Phone 4258. 1870 Province of Alberta the ium In a School Division it shall of 5400.000 should be borrowed on be necessary to submit the the security of the said Division or to the electors provided the toval i District by the issue of Debentures amount of the propjsed debenture repayable'to the bearer in 40 equal i bomyrcing of the Division in the consecutive annual instalments trith year does riot exceed Veterinary Surgeons of China. he had reached the coas: DR. J. C. CAHNEY S04-2nd a Phone 4150. ___________________________1S47 Wheel Aligning XO NECK CRANING Many Danish women have "curi- osity mirrors" enable them to look up and down tne stree; from their windows. LIFE INSUBCO LOANS For the purpose of building a Senior Composite Eieh School, Technical Shops, Auditorium, and necessary expense for fenc- ing and grounds. THEREFORE, notice is hereby given by the Board of the said School Division or District that un- less a poll of the pronnetary elec- tors of the said School Division or District for and against the said de- benture loan is demanded as pro- vided by The School Act, the said Welding sence. to the Chairman of the Board of Trustees, within fifteen days from the date of nostir.g of r.uticfs. A certified "copy of the demaj'.d Phone 3899 for Portable should be forthwith forwarded to Promp; Service, Guaranteed the Board of Public Utility Commis- Richard's Welding, 323 4th St S. sioners of Alberta at Edmonton. Proprietary Elector means any elector, other than a tenant, who is liable to assessment and taxation for school purposes in respeCT of any SfDJCfD We change the rims of tract- or wheels to iSir.s suitable for rubber tires. property situated in a School Dls- i 210 1st Avenue. trict. WELDED PRODUCTS Phone 2544 1590 Pioneer San Sen. Rsuyn ........110 Sherritt Gordon.....235 i Steeo Rock..........3-15 j Trans-Continental 131 Thomp. Lund........ 70 Waite Amulet......460 Total sales shares. 241 430 137 4O 5S 290 69 295 156 83 675 500 115 237 345 137 70 455 TORONTO AVERAGES AT CLOSE Industrials 194.26- up 36. Golds 132.60; down 20. Base 99 77; up 08 Western Oils 30.24: down 14. Slan nss aeraonstratea :sa; tna test tube. too. is mignuer tiiac riia sword. He is Dr. Wendell iL Stan- lev, biccnerasst and member of ths HockefeEer JziiitUEsfsrTvIedicai Be- search, Pnccetcn. creator of tha modern nuracie thai has ended zha penl of flu epidemic foreover. Or. Stanley is the discoverer of the cen- tnfuge type influenza vaccine zhas TnH nrovide Immuniiy to the diseass that" has killed more peopi all the wars in history. CANADIAN STOCKS (By James Kiehaxdson and SOBS.) i Open Ciose 7Vr Abl-Jin Pfd. 99S oa Bids Prod......... 33 32-.. C. and D. Sugar 2S 25 Can. Locomotive ___ 35 1 Can. Mais 58 Can. BreTrg....... 22 i.Can. S.S......... 19S i Cars. Car....... i Ind. Alcohol...... 19'j C.P.R. ais Can. 17 i Can. W. Lumber 325 Cons. Paper i Cora. Saieltezs Dist. Corp-Seagram S3 I Bom. Bridge 42 Steel "B" 15'-. i Dom. Tar Dem. Text. LETHBRIDGE MARKETS HAY PRICES 35 i Bar} 55'- Alfalfa.................S15 to SIS TSuotliy..............SIS to 511 20 i Prairie cay 19 (Alt prices to tae trade on bovtt J3 Leiabridge tSsmetJ LETHBRIDGE CREAM PRICES 13 90 101 Fannr Fanner Ford "A" j Frascr i Kam. Hiram Walker Howard Smith Jaipenal Imp. TOOJCCO i Ir.t. Nickel i Ir.t. Pete Lake of Woods Laura Secord t Massev Kams McCoIl Fror.t. Mann ar.d One Muchell KcDert j Power Nat. Brew Nat Car Ogilvie Fiour Page Hersey Poweii River Bros. St. Law. Corp. 53 't 29H 61 -t 14 "4 I22's 34% 15 4! 23 'i 23 17 22 31 J4S 29 S 33 32', 53'- 32 34 IS 10 123 IS 33 23 17 V: 24 45% 29 :3 331- 33 53'ai 32 CHCRXIXG CREA31 Special 50e No I Lethbridge. This price la- cluaes 10 cents per Ib. govenssient sizteacy.) EGG PRICES A :arge 30c A 2Ss A C Vegetables OF ALL KINDS Wanted In small tots or -arload