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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta NORDHEIMER PIANOS MUSIC CO., LTD. "everything Musical'' Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Phone 1448 Fifth Aw nix IF YOU WOULD RETAIN THE BEAUTY OF YOUR HAIR II you ivouW always have tt soil and line, you will appreciate the afforded by K. A. SHAMPOO PASTE Tbls.-le a shampotvn propirstion ideal, quick to lather, slightly seentej'and a remarkable cleanser. K. A. Shampoo Paste Imparts a new soTtuess, a new syarV.U1 a new uellght. Treat your bair to this civcptioual toilet help lOilay. ihe reeulis wilt surprise you. Sold in one sire only, 50c The KENNY ALUN Co., Ltd. THE PENSLAR STOftC Phone 1487 Next DalUa Ho'.el THE GOOD CO., LTD. Board LieMM No. MARKETS Grain and. We Are Xow Asents [or. EMERSON AND TUOHOPE-A'NDERSON AGRICULTURAL IMPLE- MENTS. Engine and Hone Plows. Drills. Cultivators and Harrows, Wag- on: Grain Tanks, Fanning and Raies. SAUNDERS HAY AND GRAIN CO. 1251 Second Avenue Phone 732 Lethbridge Stocks, Bonds Grain Options IN-ANY KARKST: HIOHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR VICTORY'LOAN BONDS OFFICE: BLK. D. E. HARRIS PHONE 1017 N'Nl PEG, BUi; Apnl' 6 j closed ooe cent lower tor Slay and "tc tower tor July. -t rlqaed lli' tat May and ZiiMowf r for .inlj', Flax closri Ac higher for JJar and 2if-c hlgbar Cor Martwta, v r Opoa. -piose. July, i May................-103M: JM'S July.................... 101 351ti Julv-................. 345 Casht should command a ITeat; deal pt Interest amonsrt all thinkliig people, tience the committee for.the Fpmm' to fee a hill house to bear, what Mayor. Hard- le's ideas arc ..on all important EubMot.; Tie following; speakers, are boeVed ior thit month: April 13th, D 20th, J. or, of Edmchton; .April Hon. Clias. Stewarfv-preinjer of Alberta.'respectlve-parties will bs-acnounced each, vreuk. _ CARD OF THANKS Mr. Albert Hedlund wishes to ex- press his .deepest appreciation to all who showed such sincere sympathy iii his recent sad bereavement, the beautiful floral tributes from the following: and family, pillow; hiitbnnd, wreath; >Jr. Grabam and lodge, familv FORUM Speaker: MAYOR HARDIE SUBJECT "WHAT IS TRUE DEMOCRACY" There will be mutlcal Queattoni and DitculiToni as. per Everybody Welcome. f locate tQ.pfonwr point- ed oul to the legislature Saturday morning by Hon. A.'0. MacKay, mii.! isierr of health and municipalities, cited the case of'the people In the Athabasca district .combining to sigu a; three year minimam'piarantcc ot a year. They advertised in a medical journal and obtained a phyv- Iclan. At the end of :the' .year, (ho euarantee was igreenient oil both sides and ttie 'physician re- mained and is practislbs.there how iu the ordinary way." tki (Sueclai 10' The Uri-JH) EDMONTON, April Cote. lold the legislature that in the future, -refere'nce'a as to. the good cliaractcr and ability of chaufieiira would1 he.. 'require'd. front the police befpre" the' provincial, .depart- ment a. chauffeur's license. Lodge I. O. 0. F., wreath; B. of R. T.. heart; Mrs. Pros- Efir and Evelyn, wreath; Mr. anil Mrs. S. Wares, Mr. and Mrs. B.jBrierly, Mr. Mrs. w. Stilt, dlr. and Mrs. Roth- irell, Mr. and 'Mrs. J. GUlesple, Jlr. and Jlrs. S. Russell, Mr. and Mrs. C. Cook; Mr. anJ Mrs. Delay, Mr. and Mrs. A. lAtplhi, llr. and .Mrs. Lutes, Mr. and Mrs. Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Felterly, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Jones; Jlr. and Mrs. H. Chaplin, Jlr. and Jlrs. R. Harris, Mr. anil Mrs. H. Brans, LMrs. Hearn, Uob anil ilafry. Mr. and Mrs. Parsons Oladis, nieces -and nephews, Kathleen, Irene, and Edward, Honey ami -Les- lie Farris, Mr. and Mrs. Holhcrtori, Gladys, Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Birth and! siUer-in-Iaw, sprays. J FUNERAL NOTICE Tlie funeral of the Miss M. S'. Saundsrs will take place from Fetter- ly's nhdertakinK parlor, at two o'clock. Ssrylct. to he held in the SI. AuguHin's chnrcb, and .inlerment at the St. AugusUn's cemetery, Mr. H. C Andrew, a nephew of the lale Miss Saumlers Is Ic the, city. 93-1 YEN COMMITTED FOR The provincial cabinet bas under consideration an order rcmiltins suc- cession duties collected from estates died tip to a limited provincial treas- urer C..K. "Mitchell stated in Ih'e house Saturday morning. He could not remember Ihe limitation but said. the request- had made by the Great War Veterans and- he thought the limit was 'about a csUle. One -way '0[ setting physicians to TORONTO, Ont., April' !s given to'a dispatch from Ottawa atating that Hon. J. Caidc'r, mlnlcier of immigration "cotonliatlon, would probably be-minTrtcr of the'new federal de- partment of health. The informa- 'tfofi is baaed on .3' made In the correapdnrfence by a metnbir In very clote touch with The impression prevailed when the house row night that- lion! Mr. Roweil would take tht preference. Tke Showing it The Oayj Marling Monday, It'i National Attraction. 2nd of April, 1917. loving husband and fauMly. 1 Two years have passed and still we mias her; will her memory Ever will our sweet linger Around the spot where sfte'is. laid. B. Charged with being a member- of. an unlawful association, Chen'Shue Yen, tjjj eilllor and student, was hy her committed for trial at th> higher court. Ijondfl of JS.OOO were prodaced hy the accused. KVNOCII-To Mr. and Wil- liam Kynor.h at Van Haarlem ooipllal, April Srd, a daughter. QRANBY SMELTER REOPENS VANCOUVER, B.'C., April S.-Oran- by Consolidated sroeHer and mine rc- operations at Anyox today, fol- lowinj a shul down ot a month owing to uncertain copper market and to make repairs to the plant caused by a fire on March 1. x uaker Is the very kind you take M pledged to the same principles of purity as iise the wfne ckanly care, we bake as well. JOHN GILMORE, BAKERS CANADA FOOD BOARD i. ic E we-NU MM R nn SATURDAY SPECIAL around bftttor re well made wringer guard ai at S3 25 and {2.50. YOUR CHOICE H1CK-SEHL HARDWARE Co, HARDWARE, AND HEATINO. PHONE Office Supplies fyipmeit SOLE for Lettbr tai for Underwood Typmrlfor, Mltos-Dlck PAPER-ROLIrW AND EVER ALL FRANKS BLOCK THIRD AVENUE SOOTH ;