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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta J. THt t�IAN08 OF QUALiTY Stelnway, Nordhetmer. New Scale Williams. HatneB Bros. We Invite yon to our. Show 1 ttoom to inspect them. *' I A88INIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. Phone 1B4.i, 315 6th St. S., Lethbridge, A!ta. HOTEL WINDSOR CUnOPEAN plan MBACs FROM 6.00 A.M. TO COO P.M. Just Like Living on the -- Farm -- For you get Southern Alberta's Choicest Meats -direct irom the farm to your table, from- Delany's Meat Co. fIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 EVAPORATED PRUNES ARE NOT ONLY SURE TO GO HIGHER IN PRICE 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 GOOD WHEN STEWED AS THE 1917 PACK BUT ARE SOMEWHAT SUGARED. GET A CASE OR TWO AT THESE PRICES. 19�? PACK PRUNES Size 80-90,25 lb. cases, per case $3.75 Size 60-70,25 lb. cases, per case $4.25 Site 40-50,25 lb. cases, per case $4.75 HIGH-CLASS GOOD CO. 1916 PACK PRUNES GROCERS Size 60-70,25 lb. cases, per case $3.25 Size 50-60,25 lb. cases, per case $3.40 Size 40-50,25 Jb. cases, per case $3.50 PHONE 525 MARKETS SPRING TOYS KIDDIE CARS, COASTERS, -EXPRESS WAGONS, SHOO FLIES. TRICYCLES, DOLL CARRIAGES, AUTOMOBILES. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Store NEXT DALLA8 HOTEL PHONE 1487 Oats-May ... .Inly ... Hariev Mav ... Flax- Slav . .. Jtilv ... Winnipeg Market* Open ......... ......... !>0cows ?o.25 to $10.50: bulls $6,50 to $9; oxen $f>.50 to $9.50: stockers and feeders $7.50 to $10.25; calves $ti.50"fb $16. Hogs, selects $20; heavies '$17 to $1S: sows $16.50 to $18; light $16 to $18.50. Please Note Our Prescription Files are now dried but 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 � i- For Belgian Relief \V. A. Buchanan* M.P.. acknowledges with thanks, contribution to the Belgian Relief Fund, of $1.00 from A Belgian ,Lethbridge. ' Masonic Meeting The regular meeting of the North Star, No. 4, A. F. & A. M.. will be held tonight at S.00. Special lecture. Visitors welcome. CARD OF THANKS Mrs. Hills and family wish to thank all kind friends for their kindness shown to them and floral tributes, in their recent sad bereavement. 99-lx Macleod Old Timer Dead jfacleod Spectator: Macleod district lost one of her most respected citizens in the passing away of Mr. Benjamin Rands on Wednesday, Jlnrch 27th, 191S. at the age of fifty-two years. De-1 ceased came from England about fourteen years ago, and settled- at Rosen-dale, Manitoba, and later moved to Macleod. Alberta, afterwards taking a homestead just north of Pearce, vftjere he resided when he died, and from-whence his remains were carried to the Macleod Cemetery. The funeral was one of the largest in the history of the settlement. 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 lor yourself. The E. J. Tickner Co. 204 13TH STREET S. GROCETERIA OPPOSITE ELLISON MILLS "Come Through" at the j Empress Tonight | Herbert Uawlinson and . Alice Lake j plaj; the leading roles in Unlversal's I seven reel production "Come Through" | which is showing at the Empress to-j night. It is a seven, reel epoc of the j underworld by Gcocgs Bronspn-How-i ard. Some of the best dancing ever ! seen on the screen is included In : "Come Through" in the cabaTet I scenes. You will see the most effec-I five dance numbers that have ever. I been projected in the motion^ picture J houses. * SKY LIGHTS, CHIMNEY' TOPS ventilators, cornices, gutters, leaders and in fact any kind of metal work can be ordered from ua 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. LETHBRIDGE, 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 Beaslejr Employment Agency 110 Fifth St. 8. Phone 645 /- We arc Selling Agents for the , Moline Universal Tractor wmI cm deliver a Tractor Today. Superior Supply Co, FAMILY PORTRAITURE Make it an' annual duty to yourselves to have y�ur children's photo taken. You will be creating abiding pleasures* for your later years. Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 "Designed for You" Hair Ctits WESTBROOK BROS CcQOsite Bank of Montreal VHE 6sNITARY 8*�OP - .......-| '- HVta tl*Tt�* *T� tlit UMIST4MMSS* ' t�u>iritt.N�i�i.Tnf wmio ktvia% �#*�����* 7Sutherland *7 Sisters * Will be demonstrating daily at J. D. Higmboth-am & Co., Lethbridge, April 11th to 20th We invito ladies and gentlemen of Lethbridge to visit their, demonstration. Call and consult with the lady in charge, and pee the long,- beautiful hair grown by the use of Seven Suth. erland Sitters' Hair Grower and Hair and Scalp Cleaner. Come while you have the opportunity and learn how to save and grow your fiair. 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 remedj', too, oily skin. OUR BOOK: "A PraeWca! Trea-ti�e on the Hair and. Scalp," FREE. CONSULTATIONS FREE J. D Higiabotham&Co "" Limited Alberta's Pioneer Drafalita" Wholesale and Retail Chamtata, TELEPHONE N�. 122 � Court Unity, A. O. F. The �� * HASTEN MOVEMENT OF U. S. TROOPS ARLOW'S EAT. .. ARKET 1110 PHONE 796 SIXTH' AVE. S. Washington, April 8.-Transportation of Americas troops to France already is proceeding at the accelerated rate contemplated by;the speeding up measures taken alter, the Battle of Picardy befani' Acting .Secretary Crow tnaae tWs '8fe>te-ment today, but. woujd^give. no detafU>. WE SELL BY f hone Service And are adding to our Customers. R COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 492 You cannot get results unless you use good seed. Our stock is new and fresh. Garden Tools. We are showing good assortment at moderate prices. Your business will be appreciated. CONSUMER'S HARDWARE CO. THE NEW CIVIL I Ottawa, April S.-Notice is given lry Hon. A. K. McLean of the resolution on which the ltewcivll service bill will be based. The resolution winch sets forth the purpose of the government "to make appointments to tlis public service upon competitive examination and otherwise eliminate political patronage in the control and management of the service," us as follows: That it is Expedient to consolidate, revise and, amend the Civil Service Acts of Canada and to provide that the salary of the Chairman of the civil service commission shall be $0,000 per annum; and to make provision'for the re-adjustment of grades and salaries in the various classes of the Inside service and for tlra preparation by the commission of schedules of the positions, duties and salaries of the outside service or of any portion or branch thereof; and 'to take appointments to the public service upon competitive examination and otherwise eliminate political ^patronage in the control an � * -.- .1. ? Vienna. .April 8.-Premier > ? Clemenceau in January of-this ? it y of peace negotiations, says here today in reply to the of- ficial denials at Paris that > ? France had taken the initiative > ? in the exchanges. The state- > ? were begun when Alexander > ceau. �> The Twentieth Century Book Store "Everybody's Book Shop" "We Sell the Books Being Talked" 614 POURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 FARM BARGAINS 320 ACRES. 2 miles town, all tillable, 100 acres can be Irrigated, 130 acre') broken, 100 acres ready for crop. House 16x24, and 10x16, barn 30x30, cattle shed 30x50, fenced and cross fenced, woven wire for 3 miles, 2 miles school. $25.00 acre. $2500.00^ash. 32S ACRES, 200 cultivated, 100 acres ready for crop. Best of soil, fenced and cross fenced. V/z miles school. House 14x24. Barn, plenty water. $26.00 acre. $2,000 cash. CATTLE PROPOSITION 80D ACRES Deeded Land, 2880 acres lease, 10 years, all fenced and cross fenced, $3,000 worth buildings, plenty water, registered horses and cattle can be included. Deeded land $16.00 acre. Lease $1.00 acre. ' 100 Improved Farms Stock Ranches &. Leases Raw Land, Crop Payment J. HARRIS & CO. ESTABLISHED 10 YEARS NEAR HUDSON'8 BAY STORE 1! 3 Of f ice Equipment Office and Typewriter Desks, Chairs, Filing Cabinets, Agents fort . Woodstock Typewriters, Dick's Mimeograph, F. & E. Check Writer, "Standard Envelope Sealer and 8tarnp. Affixer, Burroughs' Adding ' Matshina. 8tock Renistars, Seals and Stock Certificates. A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. EVERALL & FRANKS Slnnott Block, cor. 4th) Ave. and 6th St. Phon*; 1107 ;