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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TM* PIANOS OF QUA.UTY flt*kkway> Nordhetmnr. New Scale William*. RlM Bros. We invite von to i.iu f�how tlootn to infarct thrm. > ASBINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. WWW IfrM, SIS 6th St. 3., Lethbridge, A!ta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM eVQQ A.M. TO SjOB P.M. We Uphold the Quality of the Meats We Sell ECAUSE WE BUY NOTHING BUT THE BEST SOUTHERN ALBERTA RAI3E0 PROOUCTS. YOUR MEAT IS DIRECT FROM THE FARM WHEN YOU OCT IT HERE. FRIDAY And SATURDAY SPECIALS THIS WEEK DELANYS MEAT CO. "IFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 45a The Ladies' Home Journal April Number Now On Sale. Price 20c BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd- Store P!S?B NEXT DALLAS HOTEL \ rrsESM CELERY. An extra fire lot this week. IV,cr 2 fbs~for .............. ......*** CAULIFLOWER. Nlet fresh stock. Good white set) licads, oar lb...................... W�c SPINACH. per lb......................   20c or.TEN ONIONS, 3 bunches for ............ 2Sc HCT HOUSE CUCUMBERS, each . . 30c and 3Sc HKU5ARB. per lb.......................... 20e APPLES, all reoacked. Seeclal. per case $1.96 5 lbs. for .............................. 2ic EXTRA QUALITY WINESAPS and Yellow New- :ci fJ.priins, all fancy stock, per case .... $3.00 ; ;:>.�>. (or............................... 25c NAVAL ORANGES. No more after our present let is sold.^e* ........ 60c. 70c and 80e FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT, expected for Saturday. P'-ict. c?ch............... I2"ae and 15c rrES'l STRAWBERRIES, expected for Saturday. Varket price. HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. POTATOES, fine, dry manly stock, per �wt. Sff.40 TURNIPS. It Ip*. for ...................... M� CABBAGE, �?r lb.......................... *> BEETS.  itw. far .......................... CARROTS, * lbs. for ....................... 3�c PARSNIPS, S lb*, for ..................... 2$e ONIONS, 7 Ik*, for ........................ 2So OINQER SNAPS. 2 lbs. for ................ 35c CHlESE. 2 ISO. I�r.........................Me OLEOMAROAWINt. per lb. . .............. 40c NEW LAID BOOB, loweet market price. BOILED HAM, siloed, per4b..................SOc COLD ROAST PORK, per lb................eOc OX TONGUE, ellced, per lb...........,.....70c OAT CAKES. Bobby Burns, just In. per lb... 40c SHORT CAKE FINGERS. Bobby Burns, per lb. 50c FRUIT CAKE, Overt*** package, light and dark. Light, per tin............................ 50c Dark, per tin .............................65c PHONE 525 ii i -rwr-T The Twentieth Century Book Store "Everybody's Book Shop" "We Sell toe Books Being Talked About' 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 .Mi.v .' 111.- Harlev. Flax- Jl.iv July Mnv Wlrripec Market. "p.;i High Low 9?,\ 92^ t'O , lH>-\ sir*, r.iin 3*3 :'.90 38'i 387'� Oai X For Red Cross. The Hon. Treasurer Red Cro?.- !n>-�iety acknowledge* with thanks: J2n from war time dinner given hv the Hethel Ladle* Aid. Milk River, ur.d $10 from Bale of null: made by girls under 12 years of age. per Mr.*. Martin Madge. Milk River. Donation of $17.r places, before filtering. :.fter filtering and from a tap uptown. AI! the raw water samples showed ovfdence -n colon bacilli. Two of the 'tillered J samples snowsd sligiu evidence, while [two irum the taps also showed n [slightly higher evidence. The bar-j teria gcr cubic centimetre of filtered J water at the plant averaged �14 while |U was 94 at the Tap indicating fiat the pipe1* are uot yet tr.-e from nl! the dirt collection of yea:> Ho wo latest* are growing more satisfactory daily. Xo chlortnation is being done at the present time (. V. H'xtra 1 feed. . . Xo. ! Fe^d.. .87 itnriev- No. :: ......ii:.-, uejeued ...14; Xo. i n.w.c. No. . (MY. . -fs : Cash Prices. .:>i\ So. a c.w. No ^ Feed. Xo. I Feed . Cio�e 3S9�4 3S7U . 11" .........4�9J4 Xo Z 4\W...:�M-\ Winnipeg Livestock \Vit-nip��K. April 4.-The cattle market today was s'.e.ul|r to stroag. The lici- market v.a.-- we:.k and showed a i!-j c#n:s a hundred. ti.ioiatious- lint'her sneers ?!> to $12.25, heifers $7:.". i.> $11.50. tu'.va $5.50 to $10.30. trails to oxon $5.8t� to $t0. an 1 lei-.k-rn 87.^0 to $ i-.'lvm fii..",n to $1K. Hj^s --See i ts JCo. kcaries $17 to $is. $!�.;� to $18. lights $17 to United States Lost 'fhenaanil-; rf Hollars last year through sitiutcs; grain and �lte rarage* of Gophers. Southern Alberta can save by buvtag FORVALDEHYDE . AND GOPHER POISONS AT HEDLEY 3. We jti�; 1'eceivi'il n .shipment of Formaldehyde by listed ear. Thin produ'. is full strength. THE FRANK HEDLEY CO. 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 E. J. Tickner Co. GROCETERIA 204 13TH STREET 8. OPPOSITE ELLISON MILLS I $i� r,n. i Calgary Markets. | �"iiir $21 a Hundred. PLENTY OFWARNING J OF AUTO EMBARGO 'i'.ere has h*en *o much talk lately n\er the pniposeil embargb on motor ears, and ah-riit a propiisal to increase the duty tm cars held in t'anail* in l.oml tliB' the Herald eommontcated vith Ottawa wi:h the reault that in-fcirri.itn ;:ii4 'restriction's* 6ri the importation of automobiles.^ but before anything Is done the matter will be di.^i tissed on the floor of the house rti'l vle.ved from all angles. The tteneral impreHdlon in Ottawa is mat hi^h priced autos will be prohibited. How-ver there will be plenty of warning before any drastic action is taken. 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. WEATHER High Low ..................... Forecast-Pine and warm. 0 i I CITY AND DISTRICT Carpenters' Union. There will be a meeting of the far-penf?rs' I'nlon In the Labor hall at 3 p.m. tomorrow, April Mb. Coast Visitor. J*. E. Msson. who was formerly In the real estate business here, Is in the cltf from the coast. Goes To Edmonton. Inspector Piper of "D" division A. P.P. left this afternoon for Kdmoti-ton on a call from Hhe headquarters of the force there. i Died of Wounds. | Pte. Robert Anderson of Lethbridge, who was reported dangerously wounded, has died of his wounds. His father lives at Helfast. Ireland. Masonic Meeting. An emergent meeting of Lethbridge linage No. S��. A.F. ft A.M.. will be held tonight at 8 p.m. Conferring de-groes. Yuitlng brethren welcome. Ready to use-made to wear This is the kind of paint that interests every prop* erty owner. No fuss or bother collecting or mixing material*, sihiply the choosing of a suitabro color from the shade card, which shovta the latest popular combination*. rKllWt MIXED is a good old-fafthtoned paint, made by The Canada Paint Co. Ready for the job, and made to look well, aud weur well. We can help jrou with suggestions as to the best combinations to use. Call round and sec us. CONSUMER'S HARDWARE CO. R_ MS j Co-operative Delivery. ; The Gobello co-opesatlve delivery '"Is now In operation. Sergt. Oobelle having secured a Ford one-ton truck. The REAR STAFFORD BLOCK ^ The Fiaishing Touch to a building ts Its cornice. Its character gives tpne to the entire *��icturr. Our cornice worl: can bo seen.on some of the fin �� set. A full line of Flower and Vegetable Seeds in package and in bulk. J. D. Higiabotiaa&Ct 1 1 Limited Th* artlMBSfigt �Alberta's Pioneer Orugolata* Wholesale and Retail Chamlgta. TELEPHONE No. S2S L.O.B.A. Meeting. The L.O.n.A. will hold their regular meeting in the Moose hail tonight ut 7.30 p.m. sharp. Refused Offer. Word has been racelvcd fram The Faxons, who are coming to the Ohrln-tlan church for specie! nervlce^. staling that the church at Cornwall!* offered them a salary of 92uuo to remain with the church, but as Hev. Mr. Pages feels the need of work inA the evangelistic fleW lie refused tho offer. They will be here ne�t week. lar^-e cities of tho I'nlted States. Mr. Scott is a powerful eptaker nntl all who can should make an effort to her.r him. Purehaoas Section. O. Sjrlvfrstpn of Oherly, N U. has [_ purchased IrOin Mr. Wilde of Welling | a section of land lying along the f .1'.; II. track two milos north of Wilson I The new owner ia now moving up his I effects. Including a large tractor, and t will have 150 acres under crop this ! spring. | FLOOD8 STOPPED Quebec. April 4. -A cold snap freezing vast areas of melting snow and ice has caused a temporary stop in the rising water in IJcauce, where yesterday n number of were flooded elong the Chaudlsre River. Returns tFromV Nelson. President Marnoch of tho hoard of trade has returned from an executive meeting of the Western Canada Irrigation association at Nelson. Had Copy of"Banned Book. George Onafrachuk appeared in city police court this morning eharged with having in his possession a copy of the banned "Pinishrti Mystery." He was remanded until Friday' Special Cervices. Titers will be special .services on i ! Sunday next at the Pentecostal .Mis-j ' sion, next to the Y.M.C.A. i'.vange- I list R. I. Boott of Los Angeles., fal.. j will �peak at 11 a.m. and T.ltu p.m. ; At the evening service the evangelist j Will tell thei*tory of his life. This , thrilling message baa attracted thou- ' Hands on the Pacific co&st and other 1 ARLOW'S EAT ARKET phonem 1110 SIXTH AVE. S, Sells Farm. Mr. Peter Lund has sold his 700-acre farm at Wardner. H.C.. to L. II. Honey of Karons. Mr. Lund left last night for Marysvtllf, H.('., to arrange for the operation of bis mni-acre farm there this season. Now Buildings at Skiff. j Two lew buildings have already � been erected at SUiff und nuite a ! nnmber, of carloads of settlers' ef-1 fects are being unloaded. The new j settlers are hoping the CPU. will soon build a station. BURNED TO DEATH. ' Delburnc, Alta . April 3.-Mrs. W. J. Donovan and iter three sons were burned to death Ttu-nday nlgat In a fire which completely destroyed their home. One boy escaped but was badly burned. The eltlldres) were all mnal). ihe eldest being a boy of 12. We are Setting Agents for the Moline Universal Tractor and can deliver a Tractor Today. Superior Supply Co. FAMILY PORTRAITURE Ma ice it an annual duty to yoiir;elveu to have your children':! photo taken. You will be creating abiding pleasure* for your later years. , Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471. STAMP OUT DISLOVALTV  I Washington, April 4-State governors meeting here today with members of the count If of National Defense, urged drastic action totamp out disloyalty and to curb the German language prexs YOUR'E SAFE-AT THE SANITARY SH0F. WESTBROOK BROS Opposite Bank �t Montre.l ANNOUNCEMENTS The Next-of Kin ure holding a tag day on Saturday for the benefit of the (ireat War Veterans' club. 96-4x The Ketail fleikH' association will meet Thursday night at 818 lb the labor hall. Open meeting. All clerks welcome. Ou-ii Mr. h. Met;. Young will hold two recital* tor bu\ pupils on Thursday evening, April 1th, in the Y.M.C.A. auditorium, private recital at 7.10, public recital at Anyone who wtKhe* may attend thklatter rreo.oi any charge. ,* . 94-3 Mr. H. M, public recital at S.J)). The public aro cordially invited to sHeBd the latter. Salvage Stock. Both Clarke & Co. and Hed Cross Drug and Itook Co. have salvaged some of their stock from the fire and a big fire sale will be opened in the Dominion block on, Saturday, on the side facing Sixth street south, opposite the Graham Motor Co. SATURDAY WILL BE THE LAST OAV OF OUR REMOVAL SPECIAL STATIONERY. BOOKS AND-WALL PAPER SALES. BottertSQQ'8 Boot Store Praaont Stand 118 Sth Street S. New Stand will be Lethbridge Hotel Block. DIXON-To air* arid Mfi. J.vf. Dixon, 701 Ml) Av* 41-, April Ski, a sou. ; M-i 3 The oldest establitheoVJ Ortat market in the chy is sttD the highest m quality -but not in price. ta ,;� .1 1 I. . i i .....!' "SCS R, C0ULTRY tbe Alberta Meat Market PHONE m , GOOD FARMS for SMALL POCKETBOOKS The soil on these (arms is equal to any in the country. They are within reasonable distance of transportation and money makers for rustlers. on A ACRES In twp. 1L, range 18, adjoining Mr. C. 8. Noble. Ob" Partly broken and fenced and the quality of Ana f|A the, land is A 1. *:!,0(*r"cash......................... 0>�O�vU A ACRES, Kine land, all fenced. 40 acres broken. All tUisble. YasV 2 mllee Milk River. S1200 cash, balance halt QQ OAAA ACRKS (lovernment lease. 10 years yet to run. AH fenced, eSvvV PRtUty'wuter. Long grass. Splendid cattle range. �Q 34 bead cattle can be Included reasonable price. Aero ... e)lease) OOA AORES adjoining the above lease. 200 cultivated. Soil heavy �#a(U DlCck loam. Close to school bouse, 12x24, Hi storey,, long shed barn, 100 acres ready for drill. Lots of water. tOC AA $2,000 cash, per acre...............................,. e)aWeVV A1A A0P.ES. Extra good soil. raw. I mVe to Legend station. Op-0*1" portunlty to make barrel money. 12.00 per acre, balance halt crop................,.................. aaa ACRES. Raw, good soil. Well watered.- Good road to town. 40V School on laud. Would make fine farm. $1200 JjJJ 00 ACRES. Raw land, half mile to Skiff. All tillable $23.00 $23.00 320 AC"'t*' 7 m"e" e*M 0t I'etnori(1'e- Irrigated. 300 acre. AI- 320 Qoott soil. $1500 cash, per acre dge. Irrigated, i ble. All fenced. #QJV An House; stable. $4,000 cash, balance easy, per acre ... 4fOf eVU #|alfa and timothy. 20 acres stubble. All fenced. 8, �. 11, T. 7, n. 1�. $480.00 cash, balance half crop. PsW flCf^B * , , ,..................................,a $25.00 \to I�iproveti*Farms Raw Und, Crop Ptymeat J. HARRIS & CO. ESTABLISHED 10 YEARS NEAR HUDSON'S BAY ST0R.1 \'t ,:-T � i4ti�'v' Office Equipment Office and Typewriter Oeske, Chalre, Filing Cabinets, AgenU feit Woodstoek Ty��writsrs, Olek'e Mlmeooraph, F. A E. Cheek Writer, Standard Envelope Sealer and Stamp Afflxsr, Burroughs' Adding Maehine. ' iMfe flaflletare, Scale and Stock Certlflcatea. A PUU LINK OP OFFICE STATIONERY. EVERALL & FRANKS SlnHSM tlesti. SS4% 4th Ave. and Sth Bt Prions 1W ;