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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PIANOS OF QUALITY Ptefnway. Nordhcimer. New Scale Williams, Haines Bros. Wo invite you to our Show Hoot:1, to inspect them. ASStNIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. Phone 1643, 315 6th St. S.. Lethbridge. A!ta. LETHBRIDGE PAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR ---., -i--.--?- EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. Just Like Living on the -- Farm --- For you get Southern Alberta's Choicest Meats -direct from the farm to vour table, from-' Delany's Meat Co. FIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 EVAPORATED PRUNES ARE NOT ONLY SURE TO GO HIGHER IN PRIC E BUT THE PRESENT MARKET PRICE IS QUITE A BIT HIGHER THAT WHAT WE ARE SELLING OURS FOR. OUR 1917 PACK WERE ALL BOUGHT AT THE OPENING PRICES LAST FALL BESIDES WE HAVE ABOUT 30 OR 40 CASES OF THE 1916 PACK. THE 1916 PACK PRUNES ARE FULLY AS G OOD WHEN STEWED AS THH 1917 PACK BUT ARE SOMEWHAT SUGARED. GET A CASE OR TWO AT THESE PRICES. 1917 PACK.PRUNES Size 80-90,25 lb. cases, per case $3.75 Size 60-70,25 lb. cases, per case $4.25 Size 40-50,25 lb. cases, per case $4.75 HIGH CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. 1916 PACK PRUNES Size 60-70,25 lb. cases, per case $3.25 Size 50-60,25 lb. cases, per case $3.40 Size 40-50,25 lb. cases, per case $3.50 PHONE 525 MARKETS The Ladies' Home Journal April Number Now On Sale. Price 20c BIQGER AND BETTER THAN EVER. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd- NEXT OALLA8 HOTEL Store PHONE 1487 WiimineK, Apr. 6.-The short weekend session of the market was moi-.f than usually quiet today. � � OJKs closed V4C higher .for May nni ',c higher for July. j Barley closed a4c- higher. | Flax closed unchanged for May at j ;!S!� and unchanged for July at 38ti. I Winnipeg Market i Oat.-:- Open Close | Mav ... July ... Barley- !�0 Flax .Mav . Julv . -INCREASE INSURANCE HAD BANNED BOOKS ......... ;!90 38!) ........ ;!86!i '.ISO Cash Prices Oats-No. 2 C. \V. 93No. 3 C. W. 9.-John A. Robertson, secretary of the Canadian Underwriters* Association yesterday admitted that owing to war conditions there "was to be an increase in insurance rates. Rather than make the increase fceneral it would not be imposed on business which has hitherto been unprofitable. This would indicate that' properties covering large areas will be affected. "Winnipeg, April 6.-Nine International Bible Students, convicted of having in their possession the banned literature issued by the association were allowed this morning to go on snspended sentence. Eight men and one woman were the defendants. Copies of the "Finished Mystery" and other banned literature were seized when their premises were raided. ) Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg. Apr. ti.-The cattle market was quiet and prices were steady at Friday's quotations for the few that changed hands. - The hog market dropped 25 cents a hundred. The receipts were 71 cattle and 185 hogs. 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 School Resumes Monday School will resume on Monday and all scholars aro urged to be present for the opening classes. Is Wounded Lieut. Thos. Lanceley. of Fincher Creek, whose mother lives in England, is reported wounded in action. Church Redecorated The Baptist church has been redecorated and relighted this week, which makes this auditorium, though small, very cosy and attractive. For Lauder Fund The Bank of Montreal acknowledges the sum of $44.00 for the Harry Lauder Million Found Fund for Mtiim-i ed Men, being proceeds of a dance given by a few patriotic Scotch ladies. GARDEN and FLOWER SEEDS You cannot get results unless you use good seed. Our stock is new and fresh. Garden Tools We are showing a good assortment at moderate prices. Your business will be appreciated. CONSUMER'S HARDWARE CO. Donald orchestra from Police Coulee furnished the music, which was well appreciated by all the dancers. Opens In Dallas Block A. J. Schleifer, formerly of the Royal Store, has opened a well furnished and arranged men's clothing and furnishings store in the Dallas Hotel block. SHERLOCK HOLMES HAS FAILED TO DISCOVER A BETTER BLOOD TONIC THAN NYALS' IT WILL'BANISH THAT JIRED FEELING AND GIVE YOU. PEP. $1.00 PER BOTTLE AT THE FRANK HEDLEY CO. Death of Patrick Enright The death occurred in Lethbridge of Patrick Emet't Enrjght, aged 5 years. The remains are at Fetterly's Undertaking Parlors. The funeral is to be held at 3 o'clock Sunday and interment will be made in the Roman Catholic cemetery. Sunday Evening Concert in Majestic Axel Skovgaard, theVelebrated Dan-I isli violinist, and his company of coh-i cert artists, the Xew York Metropoli-! tan Concert Co.. will give a concert , in the Majestic theatre on Sunday ev-; enicg at S.30. An artistic program will be rendered. There will be no charge made for admission. Mr. Keel Loses Judgment has been handed down in the case of Bijou Motor Parlors vs L. Keel, a suit for the recovery of damages done to a new car belonging to the motor company which was hit by a street car while being driven by Mr. Keel. Judgment is given, against Mr. Keel for $700 and costs. 11. Ostium! for the plaintiff and C. F. Harris for the defendant. When Paying Grocery Bills Think of the Place That * Saves Money for You By dealing at bur Groceteria you will be able to do this. Call and see for yourself. The E. J. Tickner Co. GROCETERIA 204 13TH STREET S. OPPOSITE ELLISON MILLS TORPEDOED AND SUNK ! An Atlantic Port. Apr. 6.--The Am-! erican Oi! Steamship Atlantic Sun ; of ::333 tons gross, was torpedoed and i sunk by a German submarine in the I war zone a few weeks ago and the first officer was taken prisoner by I the crew of the U-boat, according to ; members of the oil vessel's crew who ! arrived here today. MISSING WITNESS Montreal, April 6.-The missing witness. Edna Robinson, whose diaap- ! pearance during the trial of Carl Ep- | stein, charged with being responsible ; for an assault on Controller Villen- ' euve, following the latter's reform ac- ! tivities, has been arrested in New ; York. She will be brought back to ! Montreal on Monday. I SK.Y LIGHTS, CHIMNEY TOPS Ventilators, cornices, gutters, leaders and in fact any kind of metal work can be ordered from us with an assurance that it will be promptly, skillfully and faithfully done. All our metal work Is 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. LETHBRIOC-E. ALBERTA REAR STAFFORD BLOCK FARM LABOR We can supply farmers with experienced! help. A number of men are on the ground waiting for work. WIRE OR PHONE The feeasley Employment Agency v 110 Fifth St. S. Phone 545  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 yourselves to. have your children's photo taken. You will be creating abiding pleasures for your later years. Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. S. Phone-1471 �rvt� �KT� Tat ion 7Sutherland *7 Sisters * Will be demonstrating daily at J. D. Higinboth-am & Co., Lethbridge, April 11th to 20th We invite ladies and gentlemen of Lethbridge to visit their demonstration. Call and consult with the lady in charge, and see the long, beautiful hair grown by the use of Seven 8uth-erland Staters' 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 grey or faded hair, eight different shades: Black, Chestnut, Dark Brown,' 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," FREE. CONSULTATIONS FREE J. D. Higiobotham & Co - Limited . �Alberta'* Pioneer Drugglata* Wholesale and Retail Chamltta. TELEPHONE No. 322 For Red Cross The. Hon. Treas. Red Cross Society acknowledges with thanks donation of $152.00 from the Burdett Red Cross Society per Miss L. Anderson. Sec-Treas., also $39fi.OO from the Red Cross Society, Foremost, per Mrs. L. C. McKinnon, Sec.-Treas. This amount is made up of proceeds of raffle of Red Cross horse $338.00, home cooking sale at time raffle was held $42.00 and various donations $1G,00. Successful Dance The dance given at the West Butte school on Mar. 22, 1918, was well attended by everybody from far and near. They had a very enjoyable evening tripping the light fantastic until eleven-thirty when the baskets were sold by the Old Veteran of the South African War, T. M. Ramsey, which reached tho neat sum of $240 The entire evening was a grand success from start to finish. The Mc- For Harry'* Fund A very successful dance was hold in St. Mary's hall on Wednesday, Apr. 3rd, the proceeds for a worthy cause for Harry Lauder'a fund.. A few Scotch ladies joined together and worked hard to make tho dance a success. A most enjoyable time waH spent b# all. We wish to thank all those who donated, especially Mr. Scott, baker, for his very generous donations. lAbout 50 peopje were present. There wore also a few returned heroeiu present. Piper K. Smith, a returned hero, made the event very pleasant with his pipes. The dance was brought to a close with a hearty three cheers for the returned soldiers. The ladies wisii to thank the orchestra' for tho splendid music. Proceeds of $44 will ba donated to the Harry Lauder fund. Train to Manyberrles Work will be completed on repair-ing the washout east of Foremost on the Lethbrldge-Weyburn line today and the C.P.U. announces that a special mixed train carrying passengers, express, baggage aud freight will leave at '8.1."> tomorrow, Sunday morning for Manyberrles. As there are sever-| al travellers in the city who have been waiting for the reopening of traffic on this branch, it is expected the train will hu well patronized. .Regular service will bo resumed on Tuesday, and freight will be apcepted on Monday niorning for point3 cast of Foremost. The Twentieth Century Book Store "Everybody's Book Shop" "We SeU the Books Being Talked About" ?14 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 ARLOW'S EAT. .. ARKET PHONE 796 1110 SIXTH AVE. S. ANNOUNCEMENTS The Moline Universal tractor is being demonstrated near the-city today and Monday. Phone 1301. 98-lx New Piano Agency ' "Designed for YW'Hair '* , Cuts WESTBROOK BROS Opposite Bank of Montreal THE SANITARY SHOP v J The opening of another piano sales agency in Lethbridge is announced^ by E. B. Sloan, for years a well-known local musician, and for a long time a member of the office stafE of the Ellison Milling Co. Mr. Sloan has secured the agency for Gerhard-Heintzman pianos, Gerhard-Heintz-man phonographs and Sherlock Man-ni4Mf Uiaaos, ,aftd hat^ogenocl ..gp show rooms and offices fn one of tfce r�-'modelled stores beside' the Orpheiim theatre on 5th St. S. Mr. Sloan is widely known to tho music-loving public of Southern AliwrU iwd. with the range of musical IhsMwiBents which he is now handling he Is assured of success iu b^m aew venture. SATURDAY WILL BE THE LAST DAY OF OUR REMOVAL SALE SPECIAL STATIONERY, BOOKS AND WALL PAPER SALES. Robertson's*!* Store Present Stand 118 5th Street 8. New Stand will be Lethbridge Hotel Block. WE SELL BY Phone Service And are adding to our Customers. R. COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 492 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. QQA ACRES in twp. 11, range 18, adjoining Mr. C. S. Noble. J4V Partly broken and fenced and the quality of tQQ A A the land is A 1. ^3,000 cash.................. ...... $�OaUU QOA ACRES. Fi/e land, all fenced. 40 acres broken. All tillable. OCv 2 miles Milk River. $1200 cash, balance half �2[) QfQ OAAA ACRE8 Government lease. 10 years yet to run. All fenced, LvUU Plenty water. Long grass..Splendid cattle range. �| �( 34 head cattle can be included reasonable price. Aero ... $JL*�3 QOA ACRES adjoining the above lease. 200 cultivated. Soil heavy i)bV black loam. Close to school house, 12x24, l',z storey, long Fhed barn, 100 acres ready for drill. Lots of water. &OC AA $2,000 cash, per acre................................. Vmv'Vv t /� y|A ACRES. Extra good soil, raw. 1 mile to Legend station. Op-\}*Xv portunity to make barrel money. $2.00 per acre, �*>Q A/r) balance half crop.................................... $<