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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TMi PIANOS OP QUALITY aMetawav, Nordheimer. New Sffclc- Williams. HoJOjM Brie. Wp Invito van to our 8tiow Uoom lit Inspect them. ASSlMIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD.' RftOflO 184.1, 315 6th St. 8, Lethbridge. Alt* LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD J HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEANPLAN MEALS PROM MO A.M. TO MO P.M. Mi m We Uphold the Quality of the Meats We Sell BECAUSE WE BUY NOTHING BUT THl BEST SOUTHERN ALBERTA RAISED PRODUCTS. YOUR MEAT IS DIRECT FROM THE FARM WHEN YOU GET IT HERE. / DELANYS MEAT CO. rIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS hotel RHONE 452 The Ladies* Home Journal April Number Now On Sale. Price 20c , BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd- NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Store PHON! 1487 ONION SETTS For the lasMyvo oil1 three years there has always been a shortage of onion setts and long before people had their supplies everything was sold out. We have just received our supply for the season and would advise buying now what you. will require this spring. Yellow, Omob Setts, per !b.....30c Multipliers, per tb.........r. 25c HIGH CLASS Py�f f ft r\C\T\ f*f\ PHONE GROCERS 1 rllL VJV/VsLI VAA 5 2 8 11 The Twentieth Century Book Store 'Everybody's Book Shop" 'We Sell the Books Being Talked.About" 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 qu.'Im'iAp.-il -Communication wiui rppi'r lltaiiic County has born t fi-cint under water and thii iiinmina. all telegraph anil telrpliom' lines *Ar down in thut region. � A Ml�>phone* message from St. Mary* today said that the bridge at I.udnpr. County of Front�>na�*��  U. S. WAR CREDITS  Washington. April in  record breaking time the >,>n..te  today passed the ii"w Libert ^  Loan bill atuhoriziiiE $ I .'i"' ional loans of $l.">m\imi> oi.u t,>  the allies and increase of ir�\i�-  ury indebtedness certificates 4� from four billion to eicht hil-> l'on dollars The measure jil-  ie;uly has been passed !>> tin-  house am! slight differences  will be udjiiftted in ((inference. London, Apr. 3.-A British torpedo distroyer sunk on April 1. as a result of a collision, according to an official statement iisued by the Ad'?!ir?*fy cnight. Ail on board were save-J. Winnipeg Market I'", *rnram It KUi-o-.i. a blither William T. K'.lison. formt-rly corpi> ;ion counsel of Nr. v York Hat ley- No. .....IB.". Keji'cird ....lir, FU\ - No. i \. w. r Nil 2 c. w. :;s:: Na .; C. W. No. J Feej.'. So. 4 . Feed .. . 1ta.l .1*1* 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 place4 quality along with the reduced prices. Come along and see for yourself. The L J. Tickner Co. GROCETERIA 204 13TH STREET 8. OPPOSITE ELLISON MILLS- ............ No. :l to ,$18; light Sir, !o $lvOtl. Toronto Livestock Toronto, Apr. -Receipts at the I'tiion stock Yards this morning were ISMi cattle. 4si; ealvea. 19:>S hogs and 4IS sheep. Quotation)': Export cattle, choice $1:' to $12.75: export bulls to Jin.."'i: butcher tattle, choice $10.."o to xll.7.",; medium �� to JlO.oO; enmmon Js..V> to Js.77,; cows, choice $*.� to J10.25; medium $8.7.". to J9. Sheep,, ewes Jlll.nO to Jin; bucks and culls $7 to $10.50; lanibs $19.25 to ?.'e.7i(l. ' Hogs, fed and watered $20.50 lo $21; t'oli $ih.5u to $20. Calves, $14 to $17. The Finishing Touch to a building; is its cornice. Its character gives tone to the entire itructure. Our cornice work can be seen on some of the finest buildings in town. It shown how skilful la our work In rhcet metals. And our Rkill in erectln;; combined with the heavy grade metals we use in our work mean* that the cornice we put on a building will last ns long if not longer than the building itself. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. MSAW STAfFORD SLOCK CeTHtmtDOt AI.BShTA FARM LABOR We can supply farmers with experienced help. A number of men arc on the ground waiting for work. WIRE OR PHONE The Beasley Employment Afency 110 Fifth St. S. Phone 646 We are Setting Agents for the . Moline Universal Tractor and can debVer a Tractor Today. Superior Supply Co. FAMILY PORTRAITURE Make it an annual duty to yourselves to have your children's photo taken. You will be  mating abiding pleasures for your later years. Smith's Studio �0o Third Ave. S. �*hon� 1471 Y0URT SAFE-AT THE SANITARY SHOP. WESTBROO* BROS Opposite tank 1 MMtfMt Please Note Our Prescript ion Files are now dried out and arranged and arc now available at JACKSON ft CO.'S STORE For any who desire their prescriptions refilled. THE RED CROSS DRUG . ft BOOK CO. Head of Export v Co* Pleads Guilty-Also Cotaras-Bi>r Shipment Confiscated ONION and � it Multipliers Get your~QRi�n Sets set. A full line of Flower and Vegetable Seeds in package and in bulk. J. D. Higiobothin k Co -- Limited ^^^^ �Albarta't Planet* DraestaW* Wholosal* and Retail ChamsMa. tklkphonv'n*. its W. O Girven of the Girvpn Exporting Atpih y and ijcorjte CotarHo. both plfacR'il RiiiUv lx,fo:'�> Silpl. I'cnne-father of the It. N. W. M. P. in the A. P. P. court this afternoon, through th^ir counsel C. F. Ilarrin, and were fined $100 ami cosIk. Only one rhargc-ugainst each was pressed, the second charge in each case belnjf withdrawn.. Hupt. Pennefnther ordered the confiscation of tho $,1 800 worth of liquor entering into thin funioua cane. This mtkei n money 1o�� to llirvcn anil his associates of $40t'O in the biggest liquor seistire ever made in the province. The court room was crowded an-it wa* expected Girven would put up a light on the prounil that hs> had an export license. The only objection, noted how.ver, wa� by Qlrven'sicoun-sel. who entered a protest against the destruction of the booie* Me explained carefully thai it was not u legul protest but merely a desire on his part to see that ho much goad whiskey wae not poured down tho sewer. "Conservation of resources, as It were" supplemented Mr. Shepherd, counsel for attorney generals department. CITY AND DISTRICT ! W. H. Fares Here W. H. Fares, of Gordon, Ironsides and Fares, Is ;n liie city today and Is visiting some of the ranches In the district. New Velie Arrives Tho new Velle, which Is being lu-(rodticed into Southern Alberta by the Standard Garage, hai arrived. I Three cars arrived this morning and were unloaded during the day. Four more carloads are on the way. A demonstrating sport car which is guaranteed to take the eye of the motor fans is expected in an early ship-fhent. Police Stenographer Lieut. Mathesnn. a veteran Of the Princess Pats is expected to arrive today and will ait as stenographer of "U" division headquarters, A.P.P. In the labor hall. Open meeting. All clerks welcome. ' ^ 95-2 Mr. II McG. Youikg.will hold two recitals for his pupils on Thursday eveulng. April 4th. In the Y.M.O.A. auditorium, private recital at 7.90, public recital at x ::o. Anyone who wishes may attend the latter free of any charge. 944 Jl "The Honor System" at tna Empress Last rims ToMgut New York. Journal of Commerce: 'A masterpiece of film art." N*w York evening Mali: !'> rife* Honor System' haa biggest tneae .of screen produotton thus far. It tou h and move you-aad . apt thinking. Jt Is an advaitce In marking, the entrant* play fut# a_!blg field o York HeHstV'A mot of Bwrian7\a#**l" 1_____, for the gtSa grot.--Adrartkji�|jra. JUST RECEIVED Another shipment of Spring Wall Papers. These papers and the balance of our stock must be sold before APRIL STH. The chance of a lifetime. Pioom Mouldings and Plate Balls, half pries. Rabertson's Ita Stm Present Stand IIS Stti Street S. Now Stand will be Lethbridge Hotel Block. IJThe oldest established OMtl market in the city is sol the highest in smtHty -bat not in price. R. C0ULTRY Tho Alberta Moat Market PHONE 492 Fitted and Bolted Plow Shares Following Makes and Sizes in Stock: .CANTON Qual. No. 14 Inch 70 v.. 18 .. 1S .. 22 ., 21 114 .. 219. .. 11* .. 50 .. 40 ..  2� .. - M .. 12 .. 3S . H2 .. .. J2 .... J012 .. JQ12H .. J014H .. JO 14" .. ..JOS JOSH 14" .. ..L16 , .. L1SH .... SP27 .. SP220 .... SP93 .. SOSX Qual. 18 .. 35 ., 170 ., 28 .. 10 .. 262 .. 320 . 130 .. 150 .. 390 ., 174 .. 136 .. 85 .. 80 .. 31 .. 266 .. 103 .. 32 .. 17 .. 38 .. 147 .. 20 .. 17 .. S .. 20 .. 11 .. 15 .. 66 201 115 130 26 75 87 0 45 55 50 OKSRE  o e  o " Partly broken and fenced and the quality ot #*10 AA the land Is A 1. 13.000 cash......................... sfanOeUU 90A ACRES. In* >*nd, oil fenced. 40 acres broken. All tillable. j�V 2 miles Milk River. 11200 cash, balance half 00 aaaa ACRES Government lease. 10 years yet to run. All fenced. asllf/W Plenty water. Long grass, Splendid cattle range. o>4 �P o4 bead cattle can be Included reasonable price. Acre ... e)l*�9 4)A ACRES adjoining the above lease. 200 cultivated. Soil heavy JavV black loam. Close to school house, 12x24, ltt storey, long' shed barm. 100 acres ready for drill. Lots ot water. �9C AA 12,000 cam. per acre ...'..............................o)a�aeVV � J A ACRS8. Extra good soil, raw. 1 mile to Legend station. Op* 04V portunity to make barrel money. $2.00 per acre, #0 A A balance half crop.................................... e)astleVV 1AA ACRES. Raw, good soil. Well watered. Good road to town. 40V School on land. Would make fine farm. 81200 AA. 99A ACRES. Raw land, half mile to Skiff. AH liiiabie |w| JeSv Cfood soil, f1600 cash, per acre ...............#ao�9eVV AAA.ACRES. 7 miles east ot Lethbridge. Irrigated. S/>0 acres Al> JafUfnlfa and timothy. 20 acres stubble. All fenced. 4a** AA House, stable. $1,000 cash, balance easy, per acre ... #OieVU S. E. 12. T. 7, R. 19. $480.00 cbbIi, balance half,crop. f�f* An Vor acre........................................ sfaoOeUV 111 Improved Farms Stock ^fi^tm ft Leases Raw Land, J. HARRIS & CO. s*TABLietaorit viaaa �NEAR HUDSON'S BAY STORE Office Equipment Off loo* and' Typewriter xDooko. Choirs. Filing Cablnota. Anonto foit Woodsteoh Typowrltoro, Dlek'o MUvtoogroph, F. a B. ChOoG WHtor. Sjtandord Envotono Sealer and Stamp) Afflnor, Burrouflht* AoMlns MaoHlno. Stook Roglotoca, Soalo ami Stook CortlfloottS* A FU1L LINE OF OFFICE STATIONtRV. EVERALL A FRANKS ~ S|nnf*t 9\Hk4 oor. 4th Ave. a*4S0h St. S>OM nBf i ipiiji i . ifYi-iii 6962?989 ;