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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THC PIAN08 OF QUALITY Steinway, \ordheimer. New Wale Williams. Haines Bros. We invite you to our Showroom to inspect them. A8BIV4IBOIA MU81C CO.. LTD.' >H�ne 1M->, 315 6th St. S., Lethbridpe, A!t�. We Uphold the Quality of the Meats We Sell BECAUSE WE BUY NOTHING BUT THC BEST SOUTHERN ALBERTA RAISED PRODUCTS. YOUR MEAT IS DIRECT FROM THE FARM WHEN YOU GET IT HERE. / HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN, PLAN MEALS PROM 6.00 A.M. TO S.00 P.M. DELANYS MEAT CO fipTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 432 ONION SETTS For the last ? Washington. April ,".-In ? ? record breaking time the senate > ? today passed the new Liberty >. > Loan bill authorizing. $1,500.- ? > 000.000 more war boyils. addit- ? > ionnl loans of $1,.">00.000,000 to ? > the allies and increase of treats- i > nry indebtedness certificates > : > I.'on dollars. The measure al- >, i* ready has been passod by the > house and slight differences ? will be adjusted in conference. ? ?>�*> : : > > > * : > : DESTROYER SOI London, Apr. 3.-A Britich torpedo destroyer was sunk on April 1. as a result of a collision, according to an officTal statement issued by the Adfnirsrfy tonight. All on board were saved. ** i .Dr. Saram B. Ellison, a brother of" ** \ William T. Ellison, formerly corpura-*|*i;iou counsel of N&.v York tity. and *jone of St. Thomas' best-known resi-> dents, died in New York. Winnipeg Market Oats- Open Mav..........02 �4 .July ... ...... ... SfHg Barley-- . May .".. �............ Flax-- May.......... J illy ..: ... ... No. _ _ - % United States Lost �Thousands of Dollars last year through smutty grain and the ravages oKGophers. Southern Alberta can save bv buving FORMALDEHYDE AND GOPHER POISONS AT HEOLEY'S. We just received a shipment of Formaldehyde by listed car. This product is full strength. ......... rtf^i ... ... ... :JSf>*a Cash Prices Oats- Xo. 2 C. W. 94?4 Extra No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed. . ST'i Barley- No. :: ......163 Rejected.. . .145 Flax-No. 1 N. W. C. No. 2 C. W. SSSlj �]ose 90*4 161=4 ?.Rn~; Please Note Our Prescription Files are now c(ried out a�d arranged and are now available at JACKSON & CO/5 STORE For any who desire their prescriptions refilled. THE RED CROSS DRUG N & BOOK CO. Head of Export \ Coj Pleads Guilty-Also Cotaras-Big Shipment Confiscated i C. W. 90*� ............. $914 No. J Feed.. S3?j No. 4 Feed . No. ...J HO ...140 .... assm W. 304 "i Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg. Apr. :>.-The cattle market was steady and the demand was better for butcher stuff. Hog prices were steady, receipts 1100; cattle steady, receipts 450. - Hutcher steers $9 to SJ2.2h; heifers $7.75 to $11.50-. cows'fo to $10; stock-ei's and feeders $7.;0to $10.2.j; veal Ij calves J6.C.0 to ?9. I Hogs-Selects $2�.r,0: heavies $17 jto $lf; sows $16.50 to, ,$18f; light $1H ^---^"^^"^^"^ I Toronto Livestock f Toronto. Apr. 3.-Receipts at the 1'nioii stock Yards this morning were IS-Sri cattle. 48G calves, 1098 hogs and 41S sheep. Quotations: Kxpoit cattle, choice %Y1 to $12.75: export bulls S9 to ?10.:.0: butcher cattle, choice $10.50 to $11.75; medium .S9.50 to $10.50; common $8.50 to $8.75; cows, choice 39 to $10.25; medium $8.75 to $9. Sheep, ewes $13.50 to $15; bucks and culls ?7 to $10.50; lambs $19.25 to T^O.50. ' ' Hogs, fed and watered $20.50 lo $21; fob $19.50 to $20.N Calves, $14 to $17. Our Groceteria News. is awaited with an unusual amount of interest by Letbbridge Housewives. In placing our Groceteria news before the public we endeavor to place*quality along with the.reduced prices. v Come along and see for yourself. The E. J. Tickner Co. GROCETERIA 204 13TH STREET S. OPP08ITE ELLISON MILLS ONION Get your^Ofnorr Sets set. A full line of Flower and Vegetable Seeds in package and in bulk. J. D. Higinbotium & Co "Alberta's Planter Oruggfets" Wholesale and Retail Chemists. TELEPHONE No. 322 � W. G. Girven ot the Girven Export-lug Agency and George Cojaras. both pleaded guililv before Sdp�. I'enne- i father of the R. N. W. M. P. In the A. P. P. court this afternoon, through I their counsel C. F. .Hnrris, and were ' fined $100 and costs. Only one charge against each was pressed, the second charge in each case being Withdrawn.. Supt. Pennefnther ordered the confiscation of the $3.,S0O worth of liquor entering; into this famous caae. This raalte3 a money loss to Girven,.aml his ' associates of $4000 in the biggest liq- ! uor seizure ever made in the province. . The court room was crowded as-it was expected Girven would put up a fight on the ground that he had an export license. The only objection noted' however, was by Girven's^coun-sel. who entered a protest against the destruction of the booze* He explained carefully that it was not a legal protest but merely a desire on his ; part to see that so much good whiskey-was not poured down the sewer. "Conservation of resources, as It �were" supplemented Mr. Shepherd, (t counsel for attorney general's department. CITY AND DISTRICT W. H. Fares Here W. H. Fares, of Gordon, Ironsides . and Fares," is in the city today and is i visiting some of the ranches in the district. New Velic Arrives The new Velie, which is being introduced into Southern Alberta hy the Standard Garage, has arrived. 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-Stent.. The Finishing Touch to a. building is its cornice. Its character gives tone to the entire structure. Our cornice woii; can be seen on some of the finest buildings in town. It sbow:> how aUilful is our work in sheet metals. And out skill in crectinp; combinetl 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 FARM LABOR We can supply farmers with experienced help. A number of men are on the ground waiting for work. WIRE OR PHONE The Beasley Employment Agency 110 Fifth St. S. Phone 545 Police Stenographer Lieut, blatheson, a veteran of the Princess Pats is expected to arrive today and will act as stenographer of "D" division headquarters, A.P.P. Daylight Saving In (-> S. . Travellers going south to Great Falls and other U. S. points via Coutts on Monday became aware at the line j of the fact that V. S. is now doing business an hour ahead of our time. Daylight saving in the states went into effect on Monday night. The re- S suit Is that at Coutts, where the C.P.R. train "from Letlibridge- used to arrive before the Great Northern train from Great Falls, the G.N.R. train is there first now, and leaves half an hour after the C.P.R. train's arrival, thus giving; only SO minutes for the transfer, and_the passing of passengers by the immigration department officials. This' arrangement; however, is not likely to last long as railway officials here confidently expect that Canada will be saving daylight shortly also, when the old schedule at Coutts will go into effect once more. Extend Tha/ks The members of "His Excellency the Governor" company, extend their heartiest thanks to Mrs. Waddingion and sons; the men of the H.N.vV..u.r\, and al3o. the city band for their assistance and co-operation in making the play the success which it was. ANNOUNCEMENTS The C. U. Bowman Agency office is now located iu Room 2TG Sherlock Illdg. , 85-0 The Next-of-Kin are holding a tag day on Saturday for the benefit of the Great War Veterans' club. 95-4x ' We are Selling Agents for the , Moline Universal Tractor and can deliver a Tractor Today. Superior Supply Co. FAMILY PORTRAITURE .Make it an annual duty to yourselves to have'' your children's photo taken. You will he creating abiding pleasures for your later years. Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. 8. Phone 1471 I The Retail Clerks;, association' will meet Thursday night at 8.15 in the labor hall. Open meeting. All clerks welcome. 95-2 }Ir. H. Mcfl. Yourtg.Avill hold two recitals for his pupils on Thursday evening, April 4th, in the Y-.M.C.A. auditorium, private, recital at 7.30, public recital at ii.'M. "Anyone who wishes may attend the latter free-of any charge. 94-8 YOUR'E SAFE-AT THE SANITARY SHOP. WESTBROOK BROS Opposite Bank of Montreal "The Honor System" at the Empress Last Time Tonight New York Journal of Commerce: "A masterpiece of film art." New York Evening Mail: ;WT|K> � Honor System' has biggest theme of, any screen production thus far. It will tou:h and move you-and set you. thinking. Jt is an advance In Btory, marking the entrancerof the ,phott>-i play into a'big field otfactivitje.? New 1 York Herai|:\ "A motign ||ctfp play JUST RECEIVED Another shipment of Spring Wall Papers. These papers and the balance of our stock must be sold before APRIL 8TH. The chance of a llfatime. Room Mouldings and Plate Ralls, half price. RotiertSOd'S Book Store Present Stand 118 5th 8treet 8. New Standi will be Letbbridge Hotel Block. niotkMl ffctutt play of s'tirrlat, CjBpeal." igfcpress %>nigut for the �ffi time.-Advertisement, PE12 17 .. ......PF14 8 .. ......PC16 20 ..    t � e X13 11 ..   * �   X41 EMERSON 6S......BS 14" 201 .. .. ..N12R 115........N14R 130 ..- .. N16R 26......N14R2 76........P12.2 87 -.i .. pig.,0 90........P14-10 45......P14-4 55........P14.2 50 .. ...... RN14", MOLINE 140 ----- 44 M........45 110......CY12 132 .. CV14 100......CY1� MOLINE (Contln'd) Qua!. No, 75........D1 35 ..... OW 12" 20 ...... DW 14" 15......DW 16" 40.........FD1 2........ FD11 36........W12" 30......W 14" 46......W 16" OLIVER 42 .. ... .. 160 151........161 21........162 30........C7 5�........ N08 30 .. .. NC9 108 .. NC23 12" 283 ----..NC23 14'� 92 .. ...NC23 16" VERITY 33......P333 236........P335 20........P1421 25 .... ..P1B68 57 .. .. pj�14 ^ 15 .. .. ... PSCS1' 5........P5083 30 .. .. ,. P50B3X 110 .. .. P6084 143 ., k. P7145 92......P7147 �1 .. .. PN5S. FULLER AND JOHNSTON 8 .. .. UR 12* 4 .. .. R 12" GRAND DETOUR 7 .... BX 1*V*� aa oCM Good soil. $1500 cash, per acre ............... #*W*UU qoa, ACRES. 7 miles east o� Letbbridge. Irrigated. 300 acres AK JctUralfa and timothy. 20 acres stubble. All fenced. AA House, stable. $4,000 cash, balance easy, per acre ... #01 UU S, E. 12, T. 7, R. 19. $480.00 cash, balance half,crop. *OC AA Per acre........................................�43iVW 100 Improved Farms Stock Ranches & Leases Raw Land, Crop Payment J. HARRIS & CO. ESTABLISHED 10 YEARS .NEAR HUDSON'S BAY STORE f Of f ice Equipment Office' and TypewriterNDesks, Chairs, Filing Cabinets, Agents fort Weedstoek Typewriters, Dick's Mimeograph, F. A. E. Cheek Writer, Standard Envelope Sealer and Stamp Afflxor, Burrouflhs' Adding , Machine. Stock Registers, Seals and Stoek Certificate*.  A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. EVERAIX & FRANKS Slnnett Block, cor. 4th Ave. and 6th St. Phone 1107 ;