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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta . THE PIANOS OP QUALITY Steinway, Nordhelmer, New Seal* William*, Haines Bros. We invito you to r.ur'Show Uoom (o inspect them. ' A88INIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. Phone 154;>, 315 6th Si. 8., Lethbridge, A!ta HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS PROM 4.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. 1 �wnosTJi We Uphold the Quality of the Meats We Sell BECAUSE WE BUY NOTHING BUT THE BEST SOUTHERN ALBERTA RAISED J?RODUCTS. YOUR MEAT IS DIRECT FROM THE FARM WHEN YOU GET IT HERE. DELANYS MEAT CO. flFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 FRIDAY And SATURDAY SPECIALS THIS WEEK The Ladies' Home Journal April Number Now On Sale. Price 20c BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd- Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 FRESH CELERY. An extra fine lot this week. Prior, 2 lbs-for ..........................25i CAULIFLOWER. Nice fresh stock. Good white sclid heads, nor II)..................... 12'/2c SPINACH, psr !b..........'............... 20c GREEN ONIONS, 3 buncheu for ............ 25c HOT HOUSE CUCUMBERS, each .. 30c and 35c RHUBARB, per lb.......................... 20c APPLES, all repacked, Special, per case ... $1.95 5 lbs. for ............................ 25c EXTRA QUALITY WINESAPS and Yellow New-ion Pippins, all fancy stock, per case----$3,00 ?. lbs. for ............................... 25c NAVAL ORANGES. No more after our present' lot is sold. "Pel1 do�n ........60c. 70c and 80c FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT, expected for Saturday. Price, each..................... 12'/2c .and 15c FRESH STRAWBERRIES, expected for Saturday. Market price. POTATOES, fine, dry mealy stock, per cwt. 88.40 TURNIPS. 12 lbs. for ...................... 25c CABBAGE, per lb...................... BEETS, 6 lbs. for .................... CARROTS, 6 lbs. for................... PARSNIPS,  lb�. for ................. ONIONS, 7 Its. for.................... GINGER SNAPS, 2 lbs. for ............ CHEESE, 2 lbs. for..................... OLEOMARGARINE, per lb............. NEW LAID EGGS, lowest market price. BOILED HAM, sliced, per4fe.................60c COLD ROA8T PORK, p�r lb................ 60c OX TONGUE, Heed, per lb...........,.....70c OAT CAKES, lobby Burns, just In, per lb... 40c SHORT CAKE FINGERS, Bobby Burn*, per lb. 50c FRUIT CAKE, Oversees' package, light and dark. Light, per tin.................... 50c Dark, per tin ....____..... ............... 65c ; 5c 25ff 25c 25c 25c 35c 55c 40c HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD GO. PHONE 52S The Twentieth Century Book Store "Everybody's Book Shop" "We Sell the Books Being Talked About" Oat?. .Uav J uly Barlov. Flux- Mav July Winnipeg Market, Open High Low !I0% W% " Mav S!K?S RS9 390 383 390 389% Close 3S9-4 ! 387% 614 fourth avenue PHONE 613 For Red Cross. The Hon. Treasurer Red Cross society acknowledges with thanks: $20 front war time dinner given by the Bethel Ladies' ;Aid. Milk River, and $10 from sale of quilt made by girls under 12 years of age. per Mrs. martin Madge, Milk River. Donation of $175 from trie. Foremost Red Cross uociety per Mrs. H. L. Shaver, secretary-treasurer. Filter Plant Doing the Work. . That the new filter plant is doing the work expected of it is the statement of Sanitary Inspector Vallance. From March 26 to April 2 six samples of water were taken at each of three places, before filtering, after filtering and from a tap uptown. All the raw water samples showed evidence of colon bacilli, tvro pt" the filtered samples showSd slight evidence, while two from the taps also showed a slightly higher evidence. The bacteria Qer cubic centimetre of filtered water at the planl averaged 64 while it was 94 at the taps, indicating that the pipes are not yet free from all the dirt 'collection of years. However tests are" growing more satisfactory ! daily. No chlorination is being done i at the present time. i Cash Prices. Oats- �  No. C.W...P4?* fixtra 1 ieed..... No. 1 Feed.. .67% Barley-No. 3 ......165 Rejected . .. 145 Fiax- No. 1 X.YV.C. .. No. z CW...3*83*4 No. 3 C.W...90-% ........'....89Vg No. 2 Feed.. .83% No. 4 ......160 Feed ...____110 United States Lost Thousands of Dollars last year through smutty grain and the ravages of Gophers. Southern Alberta can save by buving- FORMALDEHYDE . AND GOPHER POISONS AT HEDLEY'S. We juSt received a shipment of Formaldehyde by listed car. This product is full strength. [ THE FRANK HEDLEY CO. .........'m% No. 3 C.W...364?; Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg. April 4.-The cattle marker today was steady to strong. The hoe market was weak and showed a decline of 50 e*n:s a hundred. Quotations- Butcher steers ?9 - to |12.'2oi heifers. $7.75 to $11.50, cows $5.50 to $10.50, bails $fi.50 to $9, oxen. $5.50 to $10, stcckers anJ feeders $7.�0 to $10.25, calves $6..">0 to $16.------------......--------- Hogs-Selects ?20, Heavies $17 to $1S. sov.-3 $16.50 to $18, lights $17 to S1S.50. Calgary Markets. Calgary. April 4.-There-is no appreciable change in. the cattle situation here, although plain and common kinds are not so brisk .as yesterday. Top grain beds however are strong and worth from $12 to $12.25. Hogs j made the highest price on record in j western Canada when they sold today I for ?21 a hundred. 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..................... 60 Low ........................ SO Forecast-Fine and warm. � 11--it*-- - .. CITY AND DISTRICT Carpenters' Union. There will be a meeting of the Carpenters' Union in the Labor hall at S p.m. tomorrow, April 5th. Coast ..Visitor. ,.. JF. E.. Mason, who was formerly In the real estate business here, ia in the city from the coast. aaa Goes To Edmonton. ' Inspector Piper of "D" division A. P.P. left this afternoon for Edmonton on a call from Vhe headquarters of the force there. t Died of Wounds. j Pte. Robert Anderson of Lethbridge, [who was reported dangerously ; wounded, has died of his wounds, j His father lives at Belfast, Ireland. I, Masonic Meeting. i An emergent meeting of Lethbridge Lodge No. 39. A.F. & A.M., will be ijheld tonight at 8 p.m. Conferring de- groea. Visiting brethren welcome. ' Co-operative Delivery. The Gobellc co-opeaatlve delivery J*is now in operation, Sergt. Gobelle having siecured a Ford one-ton track. i IX 10 ~ ONION and 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 S. OPPOSITE ELLISON MILLS There has been so niuoh talk lately over the proposed embargo on mbtor cars, and about a proposal to increase the duty on cars held in Canada in bond that the Herald' 'communicated with Ottawa with the result'that; information ;.s available that-should set dealers' minds at rest for the time, it is understood that the war board has advocated 'some1 'restrictions' 6n the importation of .automobiles,*-but before anything is done the matter will be discussed on the floor of the house and viewed from all angles. The genera! impression, in Ottawa is that high priced autos will be prohibited. However ther.e will be plenty of warning before any drastic action is taken. The Finishing Touch to a building is it"? 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 in sheet metals. And our skill in erecting combined with the heavy grade _ metals we use in our work' jneans that-the cornice we put on a building will last as long if not. longer than the building itself. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. I REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA FARM LABOR We can supply farmer* with experienced help. . A number of men ari* on the ground waiting for work. WIRE OR PHONE The Beasley Employment Agency 110 Fifth St. S. Phone 545 Multipliers - Get your Onion Sets set. A full line of Flower and Vegetable Seeds in package and in bulk. J. D fliginbotham & Co �' 1 Limited 11 11 The J|��3gt� AMt "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists" Wholesale and Retail Chemist*. TELEPHONE No. 322 jj 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 materials, siinply the choosing of a suitable color from the shade card, which 6hows the latest popular combinations. PRISMS PAIHT is a good old-fashioned paint, made by The Canada Paint Co. Ready for the job, and made to look well, and wear well. We can help ^ou with suggestions as to the best combinations to use. Call round and sec us. CONSUMER'S HARDWARE CO. 155 RefuMd Offer. Word, has been receivod from The Fagens, wJio are .coming to'the Christian church for specif 1 services, stating that the church at Cornwallis offered them a salary of $2000 to remain with the church, but as Rev. Mr. Fagen feels the need of work inj the evangelistic field he refused the offer. They will be here next week. L.O.B.A. Meeting. ; Jh'e'L.O.B.A. will hold-their regular meeting iu the Moose hall tonight at' 7.30 p.n�. sharp. Return* *From\ Nelson. President Marnoch of the board ot trade has returned from an executive meeting of the Western Canada Irrigation association at Nelson. " Purchaoei Section. : O. Sylveraton of Oberly, N.D., has purchased from Mr. Wilde of Welling a section of land lying along the CP. R. track two liiiloB north of Wilson. The new o^rner is now moving up his effects, including a large tractor, and will have 550' acres under crop this spring. Had Copy of* Banned Book. George Onafrachuk appeared in city police court this morning oharged with having in his possession a copy ] of. the banned "Finished Mystery." He was remanded until Friday. Special Services. There will be special services on Sunday next at the Pentecostal Mission, next , to the Y.M.C.A. Evangelist R. 3. Scott of Los Angeles,, Cal., will speak at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. At the evening service the evangelist will tell the/gstory of his life. This thrilling. message has attracted thousands on the Pacific coast and other 1 _:_;_:_;_c_ large cities of the United States. Mr. Scott is a powerful sptaker arid all who can should make an effort . tu hear him. FLOODS STOPPEP Quebec, April 4.-A cold -snap freezing vast areas of melting snow and ice has caused a temporary stop in.tiie rising water in Beauce, where yesterday'a number of pafjshes were flooded along the Chaudiere River. ' ARLOW'S EAT ARKET PHONE 796 1.110 SIXTH AVE. *, Sells Farm. , � Mr. � Peter' Lund ha3 sold his 700-acre farm at Wardner, B.C., to L. H. Honey of Barons. Mr. Lund left last night for Marysvllle, B.C.. to arrange for the operation of his UOO-acre farm there this season. New Buildings at Skiff. ...Two Hew buildings have already been erected at Skiff and quite a number, of carloads of settlers' effects are being unloaded. The new settlers 'are hoping the C.P.R. will j soon build a station. Salvage Stock. Both Clarke & Co. and Red Cross Drug and .Book Co. have salvaged j some of their stock from the fire and a, big fire sale will be opened in the j Dominion block on, Saturday, on the j side' facing Sixth street south, opposite the Graham Motor Co. BURNED TO DEATH. Delburne. Alta., April 3.-Mrs. W. J. Donovan and her three sons were burned to death Tuesday night in a fire which completely destroyed their home. One boy escaped but was badly burned. The children were all small, the eldest being a -boy of 12. STAMP OUT DISLOYALTY ' j Washington, April 4-State governors meeting here today with members of the council- of National Defense, urged drastic action to-*tamp out disloyalty and to curb the German language press. 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 yonrsolvfia to have your children'.'; photo taken. You will be creating abiding pleasures for your later years. , , Smith's Studio 905 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471. YOUR'E SAFE-AT THE SANITARY SHOP. WE^TBROOK BROS Opposite Bank ot ivior.tre.,1 ANNOUNCEMENTS The Next-of-Kin are holding a tag day on Saturday for the benefit of the Great War Veterans' club. 9S-4x The Retail Clerks' association will meet Thursday night at 8.15 in the labor hall. Open meeting. All clerks welcome. 9u-� Mr. H. McG. Young will bold 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 8,:i(). Anyone who wishes may attend th|t 'latter free, of any charge. , / 94-3 Mr. H. McO. Young is holding his regular Easter recitals in the Y.M.C. A. auditorium tonight? private recital at 7.S0, public recital at 8.3p., The public are cordially invited to attend the letter. 7T SATURDAY Will be the last day of our REMOVAL SALE special "stationery, BOOKS and-wall paper sales. RobertSOIi'S Book Stare Present 8tand 118 6th Street 8. New 8tand will be Lethbridge Hotel Block. IE? BOR DIXON-To Air: arid .Mrs. J. C. Dixon, 701 5th Av#- April 2nd, a sou. , ilC-1 fJTbe oldest established^ meat market in the city is still the highest in quality -but not in price. R C0ULTRY I The Alberta Meat Market I PHONE 492 1 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. OOA ACHES in twp. it, range 18, adjoining Mr. C. s. Noble. OttV Partly broken and fenced and the quality o� 6'OQ AA they land is. A 1. ?3,00Vcnsh......................... �P60�UU tOli ACRE8. Fine land, all fenced. 40 acres broken. All tillable. J&iU 2 miles Milk River. $1200 cash, balance half QO aaaa ACRES Government lease. 10 years yet torun. All fenced, taVVV Plenty' water. Long grass. Splendid cattle range. d�| �|" 34 head cattle can be included reasonable price. Acre ... QOA ACRES adjoining the above lease. 200 cultivated. Soil heavy OttV "black loam. Close to school house, 12x24, V/a storey,- long shed barn, 100 acres ready for drill. Lots of water. 4*)C Afl $2,000 cash, per acre...............................9mv�UU fLAfl ACRE8. Extra good soli, raw. 1 mile to Legend station. Op-04" portunity to make barrsl money. $2.00 per acre, A A balance half crop................ .................. v*���vU joa ACRE8. Raw, good soil. Well watered.' Good road to town. 40U School on land. Would make fine farm. $1200 QQ QOA ACRES. Raw land, half mile to Skiff. All tillable �00 AA JfaU Good soil. $1500 cash, per acre ............... v��'�vU aaa ACRES. 7 miles east, of Lethbridge. Irrigated. 300 acres Al-JftWfalfa and timothy. 20 acres stubble. All fenced. &Q*f A A House; stable. $4,000 cash, balance easy, per ecro ... 90mUU S, ;E. 12, T. 7, R. 19. $480.00 cash, balance half crop. aa Per acre........................ ...............' �)�9*vy 100 Improved.Farms Stocky Ranches & Leases Raw Land, Crop Payment J. HARRIS &C0. E8TABLI8HED 10 YEARS NEAR HUDSON'S BAY. STORE Office Equipment Office and Typewriter Desks, Chairs, Filing Cabinets, Agents fort Woodstock Typewriters, Dick's Mimeograph, F. & E. Check Writer, Standard Envelope Sealer and Stamp Afflxer, Burroughs' Adding Machine. Stock Rerds^rs, Seals and Stock Certificates. A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. EVERALL & FRANKS Sinnstt Block, cor. 4th Ave. and 6th 8t PHone 1107 ;