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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta m 1 THE PIANOS OF QUALITY fttetewaz, Nordhe'.mer. New Scale Williams, ' Hn!�M iBroi . W* invito you to our Show . Uoom to inspect them. AMINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. ' Phone 164�, 315 6th St. 3., Letbbridge, Alt* HOTEL WINDSOR Here Tomorrow Southern Alberta's Choicest Meats-direct from the farm to your table. Also ground bone for chickens. FRIDAY And SATURDAY SPECIALS THIS WEEK Delany's Meat Co. ttFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 FRE3H CELERY. An extra fine lot thie week. Price, 2 lbs. for........................... 25c CAULIFLOWER. Nice fresh stock.. Good white solid herds, per lb...................... 12V2C SPINACH, per lb............"............ 20o GREEN ONIONS, 3 bunct-es for ............ 25c HOT HOUSE CUCUMBERS, each .. 30c and 35e RHUBARB, per lb.......................... 20c APPLES, ail repacked, Special, ptr case ... $1.95 5 lbs. for ..........^. . �. ............... 25c EXTRA QUALITY WINESAPS and Yellow Newton Pippins, all fancy stock, per cr.se .... $3.00 3 lbs. for .......�.................... 25c NAVAL ORANGES. No more after our present lot is sold'. Per dozen.....60c. 70c and 80c FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT, expected for Saturday. Price, each---- ................ 12'/ae and He FRESH STRAWBERRIES, expected for Saturday. Market price. ' HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. POTATOE8. fine, dry mealy atoek, per cwt. $2.40 TURNIPS, 12 Ibt. for .............. ......25c CABBAGE, per lb............ ....... ...... 5c BEET8, 8 lbs. fer .......................... 25c CARROTS, 6 lbs. for ......----............. 25c PAR8NIPS, 6 lbs. for..................... 25c ONIONS, 7 lb�. for ........................ 25c GINGER SNAPS, 2 lbs. for ................ 35c CHEESE, 2 lbs. for.........................55c OLEOMARGARINE,' per lb................. 40c NEW LAID EGGS, lowest market price. BOILED HAM, elloed, per lb................. 60c CQLD ROAST PORK, per lb..............-.. 60c- OX TONGUE, elleed, per lb.................70c OAT CAKES, Bobby Bums, Just In, per lb... 40c SHORT CAKE FINGERS, Bobby Burns, per lb. 50c FRUIT CAKE, Overseas package, light and dark. !" Light, per tin............................ 50c Dark, per tin.............................65c phone 525 The Ladies' Home Journal April Number Now On Sale. Price 20c BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER. THE KENNY & ALLlN CO., Ltd. NEXT OALLAS HOTEL Store PHONE 1487 Men Re-examined Men are being re-boarded almost j daily by the local medical board. The : offices of the exemption tribunal are i now in the same rooms in the post of-! flee building as those of the medicat i board, the increase in the stuff of the land office having- madejt necessary to increase the office space of that department, which now occupies the. i tribunal Quarters. Wool Growers' Offices The Southern Alberta Woo! Growers' .association have opened up_ permanent offices in Lethbridge. They are located in the- Sherlock block. Room 104. with N. T. McLeod in charge. The association also have engaged a permanent warehouse where pelts are being stored for shipment and where the co-operative business is being carried on. i A* SHERLOCK HOLMES HAS FAILED TO DISCOVER A BETTER BLOOD TONIC THAN NYALS' IT WILL BANISH THAT TIRED FEELING AND GIVE YOU PEP. $1.00 PER BOTTLE AT THE FRANK HEDLEY CO. I Winnipeg. April 5.-The easb. mar-. kcts were quiet again today with light I offerings in all grains, i There was a good demand for oats. Spreads were unchanged to l*-2c higher. Barley and flax were unchanged. The wheat situation waB .unchanged with receipts and offering light. The future market closed 3-Sc lower for Mav and Julv oats. 1 Winnipeg Market Oats- Open. Close. May ............. 93�i 92* July.............v- 8089% Barley- May............- ... 165 Flax- Mav .............. 391 3S9 July........ ..... 38tt yS6 Cash Prices Oats-No. 2 C.W... 9414 No. 3 C.W... 901.; Extra No. 1 feed .............. 89U No. 1 feed.. 87 Xo. 2 feed.. 83% Flax-No. 1 X. \V. C................389 Xo. 2 C.W.. .383 Xo. 3 13.W.. .364 Calgary Livestock. Calgary. April 5.-Cattle receipts were light today and of inferior quality with the bulk grading in the stock-! er division. Prime steers are quoted' at $12 to. $12.25; Blockers, $9 to $9.25; stockers. cows $75 to $80; Meet j killing cows, $10 to '$10.50; good, $9 ' to $9.50. Hogs made another record . today, selling strong at $21.16 for selects. Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg, April 5.;-The'cattle market was strong ala firm prices. The hog trade was weak and prices declined 10 cents, j Quotations:  j Butcher uteers, $9 to $12.25; heifers j $7.70 to ?11.50; cows, $5.23 to $10.50; j bulls, S6.50 to $9; oxen, $5.25 to 1 S9.50; stockers and feeders, $7.50 to $10; veal calves, $6.50 to $16. j Hogs-Selects $20.25; heavies. $17 [to $18.50; sows, $16.50 to $18; light ! $17 to $18. 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. CITY AND DISTRICT Forum Speaker Inspector J. E. Hodgson will he tho Forum speaker on Sunday nnd his subject will be "Is the rural school a failure?" For Belgian Relief W. A. Buchanan, M.P., acknowledges with thanks the contribution of $80.00 to the Belgian Relier Fund from the Girls' Belgian Relief Club of, Plncher Creek, Aita. When Paying Grocery Bills Think of the Place That : Saves Money for You By dealing at our Groceteria you will be able to do this. Call and see for yourself. The E. J. Tickner Co. GROCETERIA 204 1STH STREET 8. OPPOSITE ELLISON MILLS IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Mrs, ,T. W. Stowe, beloved wife of Mr. J. W. Stowe, who passed away April oth, 1917: : She was all a mother, A mother.could be. M. J. W. Stowe and Family. 97-1 CHARGE PERJURY. Minneapolis, April 4.-The Federal , Grand ury late today returned Indlct-i ments charging RheinUold Keintxle j of Glenooe, Minn., the editor of aj.Ger-j man newspaper, with perjury in con-j nectlon of the translation.of newspa-j per articles and Everett G. Kngelin ' of Y.rinsted. Minn., with hindering the j enforcement of the draft act. SKY LIGHTS, CHIMNEY TOPS ventilators, cornices, gutters, leaders and in fact any kind of metal work can he ordered from us with an assurance that it will he promptly, skillfully and faithfully' done. All our metal work it built to last. We use heavy sheet metal only and the best of all other materials. Even if we charged more for our services- which we don't-it would be profitable for you to pay the difference. 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. 8. Phone 545 We m Setting Agents for the Mbline 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 bo creating abiding pleasures for your later years. SmithY Studio S06 Third Ave. 8. " Phone 1471 �tvt� litre** �>t� i�t 1 7Sutherland ^7 Sisters * Will be demonstrating dairy at J. D. Higinboth-am & Co., Lethbridge, April 11th to 20th We invite ladies and gentlemen of Letbbridge to visit their demonstration. Call and consult with the lady in charge, and see the long,, beauti'ul hair grown b/lhe use of Seven Suth-erlattd Sisters' Hair Grower and Hair and Scalp Cleaner. Come while you have the opportunity and learn how to save and grow your hair. � Don't fail to consult regarding the use of the Seven, Sutherland Sisters'. Colorator for srey or> faded hair, eight different shades: Black, Chestnut, Dark Brovn, Auburn, Medium Brown, Light Brown, Ash' Blonde and Gold Blonde. Seven-Sutherland Sisters'. Complexion Bleach will remove .blackheads, pimples, sunburn, superfluous hair and remedy, too, oily skin. OUR BOOK: "A Practical Treatise on the Hair and Scalp," F/IEE. CONSULTATIONS FREE J. D. Higifibotbm & Co .....'1 Limited "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists" Wholesale and Retail Chemists. TELEPHONE No. 122 _L_ � �_ , Death of Infant Tho death of Dorothy May Hills, aged 14 months, took place at tho residence of Mrs. Bartlett, corner ROth St. and 6th Ave. Service is to be held at the residence tomorrow at 2.30, Her. C. E. Cragg officiating.. Interment in public cemetery. ' % Commerce Death Charles Bonwick. the seven months old child of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bonwick of Commerce, died at the residence on April 2nd. Water Bills The water bills for Ihe second quarter have been delayed, the accounting staff at.the city hall being required to calculate the amount each user must pay under the ten per cent, increase recently authorized by the council. Goes to Ottawa u held in Burgmann's hallj 13th St., NT, every Saturday night. Two-piece orchestra ih' attendance. R. Biirgmann iu charge/ Gents 75c, ladies^ free. .. , . 97-1 l� Still .Ao;i tho m^iflTfScy here t� talM effect on April-1st, he is still magietrate,-Deputy Attorney General Browning; .ns-v-ing asKed him to act until such time as his successor was appointed. It liad been expected. YhejjiSlolntment would have been mkaff bftore this but inMblog had beejr� ilonf; The appointment is made through au order-in-council. SATURDAY WILL BE THE* LAST DAY OF OUR REMOVAL SPECIAL. 8TATIONERYJ BOOKS AND WALL PAPER SALES. RflbertSOfl'S Book Stnre Present Stand 118 5th Street 8. New Stand will be Letbbridge . Hotel Block. 0*uu OOA ACRES. Fine land, all fenced. 40 acres broken. All tillable. VAV'2 miles Milk River. $1200 cash, balance half qq 9AAAf ACRES Government lease. 10 years yet to run. All fenced, �Vv"v Plenty water. Long grass. Splendid cattle range. *�� 91" 34 head cattle can be included reasonable price. Acre .;. 9 09A ACRE8 adjoining the above lease. 200 cultivated. Soil heavy Otblf black loam. Close to school house, 12x24, 1% storey, long shed barn, 100 acres ready for drill. Lots of water. &9C AA $2,000 cash, per acre...............................$�tD�\j\t / A A ACRES. Extra good.soll, raw. 1 mile to Legend station. Op-M" portunity to make harrel money. $2.00 per acre, �90 AA balance half crop.................................... $�f%W*"\t iff)A ACRES. Raw, good soil. Well watered'. Good road to town. flOV School on land. Would mak* fine farm. $1200 � J�| qq Q9 A ACRE8. Raw land, half mile to Skiff. Alt tillable ^90 A A ilfaV Good soil. $1500 casfi, per aero ............... $�i)*VV 09A ACRES. 7 miles eas'fof Lethbridge. Irrigated. 300 acres At-UsiUfaifa and timothy. 20 acres stubble. All fenced. (�07 AA House, stable. $4,000 cash, balance easy, per acre ... vOf 8. E. 12, T. 7, R. 19. $480.00 cash, balance half crop. *9C AA Per acre ........................................ 9�v�wV 100 Improved Farms Stock Ranches & Leases Raw Land, Crop Payment J. HARRIS & CO. ESTABLISHED 10 YEARS NEAR HUDSON'S BAY STORE �a Office Equipment Office and Typewriter Desks, Chajlrt,-Filing Cabinets, Agents fort Woodstock Typswrlt'ers, Dick's Mimeograph, F. A E. Check Writer, Standard Envelope Sealer and Stamp Affixer, Burroughs' Adding ...... > i. Machine,: , , ' . Stock Reqistcrs, Seals "nd 8tock Certificate. A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. EVERALL & FRANKS Olnnott Block, cor. 4th Ave. and 5th St. Phone 110/ ;