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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1946 IflE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN Additional Classified Can and Trucks For Sale CHEVROLET Sedan. Serial No. -240215. Price IX Lowen. CoaMale. Atta._________- SSZ 1936 TERRAPLASE sedan. Serial No. 61C Spare tire, heater. Ceiling price Will taie S400. Morgan Smith.- Phone 607, Cham- pion. __________________877 Lethbridge Business Repair Directory FOR QUICK, EFFICIENT SERVICE Get In Touch With the Folio H. 1937 sedan. Nash 1930 coupe. Garage and 844 W. MEECil AGENCIES Acadia Blocfc. 3rd Avenue South. Income Tax Phoae 3043. 1933 Air Conditioning FKEEL SHEET METAL McClary furnace and modern air- conditioning- See our floor display 1329 Piano Tuning GEKAKD HOEKSTKA Phone 3355. 1303-401 Ave. N. 1962 Radiator Repairs HARRISON-McCORD Radiator Service. Repairing, cleaning, re-cor- ing with original equipment cores. 114 Sth St. S. Phone 4121. 1631 Nature Stories TOKXEK THE WHALE Ronnie had his cleaned his teeth and hurried into bed. Pulling the covers up to his he lay waiting for Cramp. This being night, he hear one of Grarap's true stories about Mother Nature's creatures. said Grasp as he came iato the bedrooa and sat on j Grain Livestock Stocks Bonds GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg Prices WINNIPEG. April 4- Prompsed by fair buying which zp- _, peared in the latter half of today's j session on the Winnipeg grain ex- j change rye futures displayed a iirrsi c W uoward tread to close five eenss to two cects a busnel higher. The bsiyiKg, attribtued to ship- WINNIPEG. GRAIN EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS Jaatec KichardsMi Ltd.) Prer. IMS Opea HJtit Loir Close Close Close 5154 _ mo ___ and ......243 249 244 l5ni; sr 234'i 234 223U I October.......................193 134 191H MARKET TRENDS "Whales." cried Roscle. of some reported tb CHAKLTOX A- Sheet Metal and Roofing Coatracts. Furnace and Eavestrough. Repairs. 1828 Auto Beauty Parlors FORD RACE EGG. Al shape, new tires. Streamlined body. Down draft carburetor, under slung. Phone 3426 forenoons._________________915 1929 MODEL A COUPR Serial No. ________________________________ 1645627. Two good tires, three fair jJcLAUGHLIX Garaje and Atilo ones. Ceiling price Apply V. J Wreckers. Corner of 4th Ave. and Larson. Magrath.____________ 1024 3rd St. Phone 2918. _________10 IS-S POKTIAC Sedan. Serial P411625. Excdlens rubber motor j__ overhauled. Phone R1HH. Bam-1 CALL f-ell Motors.__________________1081 jj 1941 NASH five passenger coupe, f Serial Ko. K17270. Air-conditioned.! fire good tires, recently overhauled. new front wheel assemblv. Phone 456S or wrfig Box 21 Herald. 1053 870 1939 FORD 3 ion truck, fully re- conditioned, good Ures. Eaton" readv for heavy work. 1929 Ply- j counter Store Fixtures and Gene WESTSROOK'S for Next Hair Do. All work guaranteed. Phone your 607 UNIQUE BEAUTY SHOP 61S-5th St. S. Laura Giles. Cabinet Making mouth sedan. J. J. BillSgmeier souih of Post Office. 1066 FOR SALE OR TRADE. 1927 Chev- rolet sedan. Serial No. 3321519. Five tires. or trade for deliv- 'ery or coupe. Apply 946-7th St. A S. ____________________________1045 2vEW skeleton school van body: also suitable for house trailer; size by Cost of construction What offers? "Will sell reasonably. Box 25 Herald. 1121 1935 HUDSON Sedan. Serial No. 536305. Good condition, six good tires, heater Ceiling Joe Eacho. Taber. Alia. 10S4 1929 CHEVROLET Coach. Serial No. 365704. motor just overhauled, tires good. 5250- Jake Baerg, BOX 248 Ccaldale. 1099 Woodworking. LETHBRIDGE WOODWORKING CO. 6Il-6th Arc. South 844 ierai Re-capping and Re-treading Tsres. XORTII LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer. Phoae 4258. 1270 STORE AND OFFICE FIXTURES, household and children's furniture and tovs made, refinished or re- paired. "Nic-Nac Shop, 416A-3rd St. South. Phoae 3558.___________102 Cemetery Importers of Scotch Granite and Italian Marbles. LETHBRIDGE WORKS Phone 3920. R. Needs, 325-8th St. S. 1632 Contractors 1935 OLDSMOBILE Sedan. Serial No. 636990232. Fair condition, good tires. Ceiling John J. Berent. Turin, Alta. 1105 CHRYSLER Sedan, No. P215610, 1929 model: good running order. S2CO. C. Norlin; 1609 2nd Ave. A North. 1151 1929 Model A Ford IH-ton truck: serial No. CA55998: price 5175. Ap- plv evenings H. Borggard, Noble- 1153 Cars and Trucks Wanted to Chevrolet or Ford truck, in good condition. Please give price. Bos 98 HeralC 982 to 1939 coupe, any make. Box 7 Herald. 1032 bodv for Model A Ford. Box 9 Herald. 1027 model to 3 ton truck, dump box, hydraulic hoist. Box 11 Herald. 1005 Selling Your Gar? Come In! explain why it's to your ad- rantage to" sell your used car to us. Here every customer is accorded, courteous and friendly treatment. Our reputation for integrity gives you absolute assurance of satisfac- tion. Come in today. Phone 2621. BENT CHEVROLET OLDS LTD. 7th Street S, Lethbridge, _______________________________1016 WANT TO SELL your old car? Now is the time to unload it. We pay spot cash. See as at once before prices collapse. J. J. Billigmeier, Lot and Shop south of Post Office. 1065 Business Opportunities FOR Transport Bus Line with mail contract and Jran- cnise. Apply Taber Transport. 936 MODERN BAKERY and Con- fectionery, doing big over-the- counter business. Priced for I quick sale. Box 44 Herald. 1169 Businesses Wanted store in Leth- bridge or Pincher Creek district. Approximate turnover of BARROWMAS ROY, Roxy Theatre Blcg. 883 LEGAL NOTICES J. B. CUM3IING, Building Contrac- tor. Phone 4343. 940 Ornamental Iron Railings, carpen- ter Work, Plans, Decal Transfers. G. "S. Lambert. Phoce 2077. 1455 Dentists DR. A. C. AHRENS DENTAL SURGEON. PURIIT DAIRV BUILDING PHONE 4482. 263 Electrical Contractors ATT." TYPES of electrical work and PEAKE PINK Electrical contracting and refrigera- tor worfc. Phone 3929. 514-7th Ave. South. 118 REBER ELECTRIC, 710-6th St. S. Electrical Contractors. Radios and Appliances repaired. Phone 4574. 1696 Electrical Appliances EUREKA Vacuum Cleaners, "Snow Bird" Refrigerators and Washing Machines; .Farm Lighting Plants; Fluorescent Germicidal Lighting Appliances 01 Sli tytrcS. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE SALES 619-7th Ave. S. Phone 4660. 150 Floor Sanding MERRIOC BROS. FLOORS EXPERTLY LAID, SANDED AND FINISHED. The Modern Way- Phone 3319. 30S-7th Ave. A S. Ail work guaranteed. 1055 FLOORS SANDED AND FINISHED LORNE LONG, PHONE 2569. We welcome out of town business. 412 FLOOR SPECIALIST Floors Laid, Sanded and Finished. All Work Guaranteed. PERCY HAMILTON Old Floors and State Made New. 20 Years Experience. 137-14th St. S. Phone 3532. 1174 Furniture Moving MCLEAN TRANSFER Storage. Crating. Packing. Shipping of Household Goods. Phone 2097. 640-6th St. S. 430 Furriers LUXURIOUS FUR COATS in the latest styles, saving priced. Expert restyling, relming. cleaning and in- sured storage. Also cloth coats and dresses for everv occasion. NEW YORK FUR DSESS SHOP "Famous for Finer Furs." 604-3rd Avenue S. Phone 3276. 790 ROY'S RADIATOR tors cleaned, repaired, recored. De- j livery paid on out-of-town urork. Roy Kemp, 327-3rd St. S. Phoae 2585. 1522 ia the To start with. whales aren't fish. They are mammals, a 3- I ur ship-i PSICE3 C.W. ex. 3 C.W. Radio Repairs KEPLER'S HAVE A KEPLER EXPERT TECHNICIAN CALL AND FIX YOOR RADIO. 322A 7lh SL S. Phoae 4333. 1978 Refrigeration REFRIGERATION Sales ServSE I. E. Jones. Phor.e 4555. 1233-3rd Ave. S.. Lethbridge. 194 Re-Treading Roofing CHARLTON t HILL 304-9th St. S Phone 2599. 1687 Asphak Shingles and Insull Brick Siding. Reg. Jones, 1250-oth Ave. S. Phone 4550. 1605 Sewing Machines EPAIR all makes of mai guaranteed. Singer S ae Co., 620 3rd Ave. S. Sewinif Service WE REPAIR all makes of machines. Work guaranteed. Singer Sewing Machine Co., 620 3rd Ave. S. Phone 2243. 921 HEMSTITCHING. Quick service. Elsie Risler. 511-llth St. S. 593 HEMSTITCHING. Prompt service. Singer Seeing Machine Co. 620 3rd Ave. S. Phone 2243. 920 DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS DOROTHY GRAHAM. Phone 4494. 123 McFarland Bide. 125 Shoe Repairs STEVE'S SHOE REPAIR SHOP 322-7th St. S. Phone 3955. 501 Expert Shoe Repairs Shop 714-3rd Ave. S. Satisfactory Work. Bob 951 Tailors Cleaners LEE DUCK. Tailoring and Has work. 330-13th St. N. Phone 2770. 1335 Time Sheets GARAGES, ATTENTION MECHANICS TIME SHEETS carried in stock. Any ouantitv, JOB DEPT. Phone 3203 485 Upholstery GRAHAM AND JELFS Chesterfield Upholstering and Repairing. Truck Seats and Car Upholstering. Fumigating. All work guaranteed. 405-5th St. S. Phone 3470. 1126 Vacuum Cleaner Service GUARANTEED Vacuum Cleaner Service. All makes. McKenzie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. 252 Vulcanizing TRACTOR, Truck Car Tire Vul- canizing. Guaranteed. Line belt snlicing New and- Used Tires. NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer. Phone 4268. 1870 Veterinary Surgeons DR. J. C. CARNEY. 904-2nd Ave. S. Phone 4150. 1647 Wheel Aligning Short Stop Service Station Brake Service. 4th Ave.-8th St. Phone 4167. 560 Welding Phone 3899 for Portable Welding. Prompt Service. Guaranteed Work. Richard's Welding. 323 4th St. S- 1251 General Repairs NOTICE From this date on I wail not te responsible for any debts incurred by my wife, Clara Scott. GEORGE SCOTT, 208A 5th Street S. March 2Sth, 1946. Ji LAW2JMOWERS and SAWS sharp- j ened. SuCTeying and Farm Levels j repaired. Locksmith Gunsmith. Union Hepair Shop 1238-3rd Ave. S. 1007 We change the steel rims of tract- or wheels to rims suitable for rubber tires. WELDED PRODUCTS 210 1st Avenue. Phone 2544 252. Screenings Chicago Grain IAGO. Apnl sud- den bursi of buying held May rye sharply higher moss of the tuae loday. Oats derived some strength from; the advance in rye. bui prices moss of the tiice- were barely steady. Wheat, com and barley traders merely stood by awaiting offers; 0. canners i Gcod S9.25-S9.a5. GocxS to choice veal calves S12-! 13. Good shocker and feeder s'j TORONTO MINES <3? Jaaaes Richardson (By James Richardson Ausaaque Uvestoefc WINNIPEG." April trade appeared on the livesrcci inarkei today with most slaughter classes about cleanses up in line with the week's advance of 25-50 cents. A few stocksrs arrf feeders were clearing at Srm Catile 600: steers up to las., choice aocd sn.75-S'2.75; steers over Ibs.. choice S13.00- good Si2.oo-si2.75: heifers. S1I-5Q-S12.0Q: ?aod S10.25- Baeamac Seattle Bid. and Sons) and SOES.- Open Close- 123 122 515 37 WALL STREET STOCKS: The sUek market hit fast stride in the profit cashing tnterreaed tx- ffias. of one to four points redaced ia cases. 133 35 515 37 140 35 260 27 13S 135 240 235 395 53 TOROSTO STOCKS: Led papers, industrial stocks netted a Hide advance fcsday the Toronta exduofe. Xalng groups hetd a, aiarjin ef gains and western oik net tlian-e sate tnrnovcr vrac armind 990 mammal !s a wsns-blooded ani- mal. When young they are fed on milk by their mothers. The whale's ancestors were land ani- mals, who took to the sea. Their front legs have turned into flip- pers and their hied legs have dis- appeared, except for a small bone that weighs only a few ounces. This, small bone" proves to scien- tists that -whales did have four legs at one time. It Is nearly impossible for anyone who ba.< not seen a whale to ima- gine how huge they are. We think an elephant is "large, bat it and corn continued at ceil-. ings c! 133'-- and 121 "z. cats finish- 1 CO'S- sood good ed li cent higher to li lovrer. rye i -eeder unchanged to l'i ahead, ss-w-s.oso. unchanged to 'i advanced. S and eholce Vea! CHAIN" -WHHAT-Nor 2 red and hard 133' srade BI 119 nominal. Toronto Uvestock TORONTO. April fesr 10 I oa the livestock marker hert today. Good butcher steers to S12.50 and careers and cut- ll4: ter, 36 to No calves u-ere cffer- 121 ti; July Kirk. Lake SQUC '.tie Long Lac 750 220 280 G. McKenzie R. L. Lapeska Jchet Quebec Marlon Rouyn FUTURES Osisko 400 c-. 730 24 25 53 101 215 210 44 15 16 21S 300 280 420 425 295 C35 310 305 142 142 53 51 132 I4O 39H 38 48 43 296 2SO 71 71 290 295 2SO 160 33. 36 MONTREAL STOCKS: M sronps were marked up In the indices in trading np to the Unal hoar today on the stock exchange and curb market except -colds which dropped little. I NEW YORK STOCKS CBy James Hlchairiscn and Sons) I Open: Allied Chemical 203; Amer. Smelt. 70; Arner. Tel. 192: Anacccda !48: Beth. Steel 107; Chrysler ;Co2s. Sciisoa 35 -i: Douglas Air- craft 100; Gen. Electric Gen. Motors Int. TeL 26H: Sense- (Central 2asi: Procc. Gambia 56; Radio Corp.13: S.O.X.J. 70; United Aircraft tT-S, Steel 34-i. Total sales 121-; September July Sep-] tember 73: December 7SU. j 222H to July; No price hich closed A S19.5O established for hogs at. dressed. S19. -ifc Gordon t U 120 to tail, to be as long ___ one whale. So far as know j they are the largest animal.': that j have ever lived. They are kept warm, by layers of blubber, sometimes a foot thick, under their skin. Seals, porpoise and squid are devoured by the whales having teeih. but tiny shrimp-like creatures called Srile are eaten by whalebone whales. Layers of whalebone in their mouth form a sieve, straining the little creatures out of the water. Isn't it amazing tha? the largest animal in the world depend on such tiny ones for food- Ronnie's answer was only a mur- mur. Already in dreamland, he was standing in. the bow of a small boat, ready to harpoon a huge whale that was just coming to the surface to blow. They nave lungs, j you see, and must come to the I surface to breathe. That is what i the expression, "there she means. ___ Ion Marketiss Service were: Cattle i July 126ri; 30 hogs 300. lambs ISO September 126-.-; December 126. LIVESTOCK CalXarv Livestock CALGART. April X? active. Butcher steers 35 cents stronger for the week. Wednesday's receipts: 735 cattle. 25 calves. 273 hogs. 336 sheep. Hogs sold Wednesday at S13J35 for A's. Sows S12.00. Good to choice butcher steers S12- Good to choice butcher helf- ..........350 140 133 ____ 72 70 ...........285 29O Wasa ...............135 135 10JCO; srcod choiceTsarrows and gilts. S14.55: sows and stsss S14.IO. Cattle 45CO; calves 500: top i steers SI7.S5: besc heifers S16-S5: i steers, bulk S15.25 to S17: scree j to S17.35: most beef cows to good 1350 Ib. fed cows S14J55: mast bee? bulls S13.75 to weightv eastern bulls dairy bred bulls 813.50: veal- ers S16.5O and Sheep 6.000; bulk coed to choice fed wooled ewes down. BRAVE NEW STEAMSHIP The first steamship to -venture to sea without sails or auxiliary power was the Meteor, fauils in 1892. Catherine de Medici Is credited with the establishment of the perfume industry in Grasse. BOON FOR BRIDEGROOMS The first engagement rtegs, used in the time of the Romans, were made of iron. SUPERVISORS HAD AUTHORITY TO PUNISH MEN IN OEYAMA CAMP TORONTO AVERAGES AT CLOSE Industrials 198.32; up 3.28. Golds 132.09- up 1.07. Base Metals 10055; up .63. Western. Oils 30.22; down .20. WINNIPEG, April officers bad in- Tested a committee of camp supervisors with power to take disciplinary action at Oejama prisoner of war camp in Japan. CS5I. Marcos Charles Tugby of Winnipeg testified today before a court martial trying him on charges of assault of Allied pris- oners and collaboration with the Japanese. Under cross-examination of i Capt. F. W. Christie of Winnipeg. Tugby j admitted he was aware that cor- poral punishment as Oeyama was contrary to the army act. CSM. Tugh- said Msj. H. M. S.! G. Beadnell, senior officer in the: camp, knew the set-up of the com-! mittee. "Did Maj. Eeadnell specifically authorize you to hear charges and.8 award "Verbally, no, but in orders, yes." The witness explained that instruc- tions were posted in camp standing orders which were published with ihe approval of the Japanese. were responsible tor the ance of "discipline and adcuiustra- i tion" and their "authority will be.: respected at all times." CANADIAN STOCKS CBy James RJcfaardson and Scas.J Opei} Close Abitibl 8 3% Asbestos 32% 33 Brown Co............ 7H B. A. Oil.............. 257i 26H 24 19 19 IS 335 Si" 43 17 U 26 10I'-i 61 293l 66'-i 15 C. 125 37 15'4 43 24 !i 35 Can. ________ Can. Brewing 2331 i Can. Car isn Ind. Alcohol IS'-i Can. Vickers 17 Can. "W. Lumber ......325 Cons. Paper 19 Cocs. Smelters 91 Dist. Corp.-Seagram 102 Com. Bridge 42 Bonn. Steel "B" Dora. Tar 23Ji Dom. Textile ..........IQ2 Fanny Fanner oS Ford "A" 29-% Praser Gatineau Gypsum 15 Harn. Bridge.......... 9Ts ffirani Walker ........125 Howard Smith 37S Imperial Oil 16 DOW JONES AVERAGES Jones averages at 30 Industrials 204. 70. up- L58. 20 railroads 530. up J5. 15 utilities 42x5. up 29. JOUSTING JUSTICE Trial bv battle was used to de- cide court cases in Scotland until of the 18th century. WASTED FOOD Tomatoes were nos eatea befora the middle of the ISHSi cencary be- cause they were believed poisonous. PAPER KINGS The four kings pictured OR Jng cards are David. Alsxaider, Caesar and Charlemagaa. MARKETS HAY PRICES 04. Laura Secord Sounds Warning ATTLEE SAYS NEXT YEAR ISNT GOING TO BE EASY IN DEBATING FOOD CRISIS Massey Harris Afassey Hams Pfd. LONDON. April j gomg to be easy at all.'' said Britain Prime Minister Attlee. openhig a had initiated a series of measures debate on the world food shortage to extract the utmost available rice in the house of commons, said to- I from Siam and Burma, dav that it was untKsssible for Brit- The prime minister said that Her- ain. "'bv any degree of to! bert Hoover, former United States restore" the "world food situation. I president now in Britain after mak- We ia this country are not faced ing a famine Investigation in Eur- with starvation, but we hai.e a very diSicul-. position to face." he added. Mr. Attlee said the general lood ope. would enter consultations with Foreign Secretary Bevin. Although appealing for "the shortage was the "retribution which greatest in consumption, falls on the innocent for the general Mr. Attlee disclosed that Lhe British government had decided follies of mankind.'' United States and Canadian help. for the present, not to cut the British fat for measure ivhich was fore- he continued, was responsible the food situation not getting en- shadowed and Uien denied recently, tirely out of hand. i "But." he added. "I am bouai to SOUNDS WARNING warn the country that I cannot Mr. Altlee. who warned that the guarantee that a further cuz will problem was rat a short-term one not be necessary, though we will do with the remark "next year is not i our best to avoid AGAINST ORDERS Lord Nelson, England's naval hero, won the battle of Copenhagen while acting against orders to step fighting. EARLY BASEBALL Baseball innings originally were. called hands, and runs were called aces. The game ended when either sice made 21 aces. Home Appliances FULLER BRCSH CO. For immediate delivery. Phone 4241. 1-352 Insulating and Roofing We specialize hi applying Rock Wool Insulation and Asphalt Shin- gles to buildings, old or new. Ex- perienced crews on the job the year round. Western Home Improvement Co. 8 Stafford Blocs. Phone 2853. _____________________________ 181 Farm "Lighting ABOUT B.C. Western anthroppiogiits estimate that African civilization is some J years old. SAD GAIETY Birds have been found singing snernly while their mates were dead In the Eest a few feet away. 110 volt and 33 volt, ecgme driven or wind driven, with or without batteries. AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO. 205-lOth SL S. Phone 3848 or 3753. 1720 Alleged Killer Found Suicide 110 and 32 volt engine or wind driv- en, with or without batteries. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE SALES 619-7th Ave. S. Phone 4660. 831 BORROW Motors, Electric j Fully equipped shop, Expert work- man, for ths repair of fractional and three phase motors. I McKeczie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. i 2o4 Pa., April 4. Grant Tavlor, 23. was found dead last sprawled across a gas stove in the Sitchen of his home, by police who had been waiting out- side to arrest him on charges of murdering Mrs. Rose Lyons Rey- nolds, 49-year-old housewife. Fatally beaten in a park. Mrs. Reynolds had the letters "Y" and "W" crudely carved on her fore- head. apparently with a penknife. Doctors said" a post-naortec ex- amination showed she was raped. Warrants charging Tylpr and an- other man with the slaying were issued several hours before Tyler was found dead. Tha second man, whose name police withheld, is still being sought. i Police said blood and mud-stained shoes, trousers and a shirt were found in Tyler's rooms and his hands and arms were scratched. hands and arms were scratched. Pohca said tirs note was found be- side the body: -I have not been good and it looks like I never wiH be now." AT REDUCED RAHS WITH UFE IMSUCAMCf FROM 1 LEN BRUCHET Painting, Paper- hanging. 329-Ilth St. S. Phone 3706. I ____________________254 I WELLINGTON BROS., "The Decor- 'ators." EsL 1907. For estimates phone 2472. Res. 611-lOth St. S. 1S53 j Plumbmg Gas Fitting SUITE I, OBver Block g. 604-6th St, S. Phone 273o. 1331 JEWS DEMONSTRATE FRANKFURT. Germany. April 4. Demonstrations at- tended bv an estimated Jews were held today 'u 17 Jewish dis- placed persons camp in the Unifed i States zone of occupied Germany to commemorate the killing of a Jew by a German policeman in a Stuttgart camp last week. PALM PRODUCE Date palms produce from 100 to 400 pounds of dates a year. CANT TAKE RISKS Turning to denauids that Britain i help other peoples over the famine danger. Mr. Attlee declared the British government had no right to take unjustifiable risks with its own people. British safety margins were down io the limit ncrmissible. he con- tended, and Britain could sot go farther to help. Mr. Attlee concluded: j "We have to go through a. grim period in which we. as far as. wt can. will do our part with the j other nations to try to save others, j Cur duty today is to give a full j realization of what the position is S and. as far as we may. parcicalarly i by avoiding waste, to reduce to the utmost our demands, so that there 'may be more for others." McCoU Frontenac Minn. Ont. 23 .Mitchell Roben; 31 i Montreal Power jNat. Brew JNat. Steel Car i Cgilvie Flour 33 fi Power Corp 15 Powel River Price Bros St. Law. Corp. "A" Sick's Brew. 47ti Weston's Ltd. 31 Wpg. Electric B3GH PRESSURE TTLES 13 H 30 24Sl 1 to Thsothy...... -----------SIS to J17 j Prairie tay IAH prices to the trade on bovd ears Lethhtidge dutnct) i LETHBRIDGE CREAM i PRICES CHBKXIXG CREAM l Special...............-----50c 4Sc (F.O.3. Isthbridgs. This pxzca. !n- i dudes 10 eejits per Ib. government subsidy.) 1 EGG PRICES 1 A large.................. A i A puileS................. 22c i B.................... 24C iC.................... ISc so 15 320 47U 32 i Floor znd wall tiles are shaped! under a pressure o' about 2.000 pounds to the square inch before' being fired. Vegetables OF AIX KINDS Wanted In lots or iarioad qnantiUes Southern Alta. Co-op. Vegetable Growers' Limited Stafford Block, MANCHURIAN LOOT GUARDED FROM REDS Chinese government troops are engaged in serious street fighting with Communist forces try- ing to seize the largest city in Manchuria. Mukdsn. Here sandbag barriers line many Important build- ings where, the U.S. state department charged Feb. in a formal protest to Russia and China, the Soviets stripped factories of industrial equip- ment. R. B. (RUBE) SOLL AUCTION SALE Following FARM MACHINERY, HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS, LIVESTOCK, MISCELLANEOUS Win be offered for Mfc b? Fnbtte AncUon at ihe farm twins KJC. Sec- 15, Twp- U. Kct- 21. 2h miles north of Picture Butie on SATURDAY, APRIL 6 COMMENCING AT 10 I LH.C. FarznaU M Tractor. 02 for rubber: 1 Massey Harris 25 Tractor, good rubber, A-l KJcditios; 1 Ui.C. Farnrsll A. new tires. Beat Cultivator and Beet LLJter; 1 I-HC. Grain Separator, steel body; 1 LH.C. S-lt. Binder. rubber tires; 1 Ooclcshut. 10-ft. Double Disc; 1 John Seere Beat Brill; 1 Dusier. Bever been usec; Beet Losser, astojcaMe Land 1 Manure Spreader: 1 Misssy Harris 1-i-iach Hacsrocr Mill; 3 Hear? Rabber-tired Four-wheel Trailers; 4 Heavy low-wheelsd Wagocs; 2 I.H.C. Buclc Haies: 1 I.H.C. Stac'ssr; 1 John Deere Slacker: 1 Hay Haks; 1 5-rt. 1 30-ft. Oraiss 1 3-Jt. Siasie Dssc; 1 Garden Cultivator; I Garden Seeder: 3 Wagons. wiUi flat racks; 1 Wagon and Grain. Tank; 1 Wagon aw! Box; 2 Steel- wheel Wasoas; 1 SeSgh; 1 3-furrow Mas- se? Harris 14-Jnch Plow; 1 24-run Massey Harris Grain Drill; 1 5-pan Ifec 1 I5-tooth Massey Harris Caitrraicr: 1 9-ft. Kod Wecder; 1 Boad Grader; 1 UH C. 12-ft. Pacisr; 12 Sec- tion Diajnor.d Harross; 1 Gaag Plow; Walicns Plow; panning Mill: Scale: Renfrew Scale; Besot Scale; Lawn Mower. 2 Sets New Brwchtag Harness: Several Sets Good Breeches Harness; Paint Sprayer, with 32-volt ffiotor; 1.000-Chsck Brooder: 2 2CO-bushd Se2T Pea Divider and Cutter .or Fancall A Tractor; Level; Pij Troaghs, Halters; Tools and other articles. 3 Good Mils Cows; 3 Calvus; Bay Teans. and gelding Gray Team, geldings; Team BlacS SJares; Teass bay acd. grey; Team iiares; Grey GsJdteg; 58 Jfew Clsiciens. HOUSEHOLD Furnace: Cboi SSove; Heater; Table and 8 Chairs; SC-vot S2eesric Wash-jr; Vaccusi; 2 Bees, complete; Table and Xiichsn Chairs: Desk: Singer Sewiny Machine: Chesterfield Suite; Eafiio; 2 Dressers; Crodss; Chun-s; -Jars zaasy other rsefa} articles. Lonch wffl be serred a Ttmhud fee. GRANT McKAY, 2M3, Lethbridjte FRANK KOENEN, Anctioneer. license Xo- Phone 413; Iron KWSPAPERl EWSPAPERl ;