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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PIANOS OF QUAUiTY Stelaway, Nordheimcr. New Scale Williams, Hainds Bros. Wo Invito you to our Show Uoon^ to inspect them. A88IWIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD, Phone 164B, 316 6th St. 3, Lethbridge. Alta. LETHBRIDGE DMLY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR' EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. After all, what's better than the very best? t Beef, Pork, Mutton Let us send vou some. Delany's Meat Co. FIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE OALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 EVAPORATED PRUNES ARE NOT ONLY SURE TO CO HIGHER IN PRICE EUT 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 SUGAREO. 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 1316 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 HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 525 MARKETS SPRING TOYS KIDDIE CARS, COASTERS, EXPRESS WAGONS. SHOO FLIES, �TRICYCLES, DOLL CARRIAGES, AUTOMOBILES. ' THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT OALLAS HOTEL Store PHON! t487 FORMALDEHYDE IN A HEATED CAR That is the way we had it brought from the makers. There was a reason. We wanted you ts^get the strongest and the freshest possible. Get yours at- f Winnipeg. April 9.-Trailing was extremely quiet today. Oats were fractionally lower and flax made sharp breaks. The oats market seems to hang on to the transportation situation in the south, the demand being sufficient to absorb the offerings. Bright -prospects for a good crop do not figure largely in determining prices as yet. Oats closed lower for May delivery ami %c lower for July. Barley -closed unchanged. May flax closed 2%c lower and July C'"C lower. WINNIPEG MARKETS . Oats- Open Close May............ !)�}% 9414 July............ 01%- 91\i Barlev- May............... 160't Flax- " : - May ............ 388 P.SO July............ 385 � oS3 CASH PRICES -Oats-  No. 2 C.W...95?8 No. 3 C.W...9i% Extra 1 Feed...............90 \i . .SSr: No. 4 CW. Feed..... .160 .140 .386 .361 THE FRANK HEDLEY CO. For Belgian Relief XV. A. Buchanan, M. P., acknow ledges receipt of ?2.00 in coppers' saved by Eleanor and Bobbie Fiem-ing for the Belgian relief. Fifth Street and is concentrating his J attention on certain lines of hardware as manufacturer's agent. No. 1 Feed .. Barlev- No. 3 C.W.. .16 nejected ...Hi Flax-No. I X.W.C............. No. 2 C.W...3S0. .No. 3 C.W. Winnipeg Livestock [ Winnipeg. April 9.-Cattle trading was strong today at firm prices. The ! hog market..was steady at yesterday's'  quiittilious. � ] j liuteher steers. $8.50 to J12.26; holf-' ers. !s7.75 to $11.50; cows, $5.50 to 'flO.50; bulls. *(i.50 to . ?9.60; . oxen, j SB.50 to ?in.OO; stockcrs and feodersf $7.50 to $10.23; veal calves, ?7.50 to j ?i l.t'0. Hogs: selects. $20.00; heavies. $17.00 to *1S.00; light. $16.30 to 519.00; sews, ?16.50 to $18.00. . 1 Reopens Hardware Store Arthur Hayr, former!}- in the harJ-ware business here, has re-opened the tore formerly occupied by him 01 In Memoriam On at dent Fairman-Wong, the city for Montreal tive worker for the party for five years. I Farewell Banquet Wednesday night, April 10 th., ,n memory of pr,vatfl HarrVchees. p.m. a farewell banquet to Fres^-i man, who was killed in France, April 9th, 1917: - j "Gone but not forgotten." j -inserted by I. .1. and children and Mrs. Chas. Smith, 212 14th :St. X. . 100-lx who is leaving I has been an ac- ] local Chinese i TicknerY Groceteria We hand it to you with a guarantee that we give quality, along with the reduced prices-at Tickner's Groceteria. Visit our Store and SEE FOR YOURSELF. (It will save you Dollars). The E. J. Tickner Co. 204 13TH STREET S. GROCETERIA OPPOSITE ELLISON MILLS Please Note Ou ^Prescription File's 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. Keep Your Hair Soft and 1 Fragrant Saskatocn, April 9.-An unmasked bandit -shortly before. 2 o'clock this afternoon held up the south side branch of the Canadian Tjank of Commerce here and got nway with between three or four thousand dollars in currency. At the point o! a revolver he backed, the manager .and his staff into the rear of the bank and held them at bay While he ransacked cash .boxes and drawors in the teller's cage. Backing up slowly he made his get away from the bank and. disappeared. Police are now scouring the city and district. The bandit was a young man of about 25 years old. 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. CITY AND DISTRICT One Drunk One stray drurilc was fined $5 and costs in police court this mbrning by Magistrate Elton. That light, fluffy appearance you so long to secure can be very easily gained. - Once a week wash your hair with- Violet Dolce Shampoo Crystals are easy and delightful Board of Trade Council The board of trade council is holding its regular semi-monthly meeting this afternoon. C. O. F. The regular meeting of the Canadian Order of Foresters will be held in the K. of P. hall tomorrow evening, Thursday, April 11th, at 8 p.m. In loving memory oi Private W. E. Colledge. - killed in action, April 9th, 1917: 'He giveth my beloved ones sleep."' Inserted by his v.ife. Minnie Colledge. In loving memory of Cyril Arthur, the second and beloved son of William J.. and Nellie Gooding, who was killed in action at Viiny Ridge, France on Easter Monday, April 9th, 1917, whilst serving with the ilith Batt., Canadian Scottish Regiment, aged 19 years: "Somewhere in France our hero lies, They to use. 35 Shampoos lor 35c j. D. Higinbotham & Co --- Limited --- The Jtofw "Alberta's Pbneef Druggists* Wholesale and Retail Chemist*. TELEPHONE No. 828 Refused Exemption D. A. Gillen, claiming to be a farmer, of Macleod. has had his appeal for exemption from service disallowed at Calgary. Ship Out Booze The A.P.P. this morning shipped out 50 cases of booze, being part of the big seizure made here from the Girven Exporting Agency. Keep Flier On The Vulcan Advocate says: The Spokane filer will he kept on and residents along the Lethbridge-Calgary line will still be able to avail themselves of the service It offers. Such was the information given to the Advocate during the week by Trainmaster H. M. Smith of Macleod on Jifthv day evening, who visited Vulcan on business In connection With the company. Death'of Mrs. Bridge The death occurred In the city on Monday of Nellie Bridge, beloved wife of James Orsen Bridge of Magrath. The deceased lady, who was 40 years of age, was.well and favorably known in Magrath where the Bridge family are old-timers and highly respected. The remains were forwarded from Fetterly's parlors to Magrath on this afternoon's train. Interment will take place at Magrath. Lambing Season The Iftmbing season proper in Southern Alberta has started, according to H. C. Harvey, the well-known rancher: The season will be in full swing about April lath, and as most of the sheepmen have fed their bands steadily throughout the winter a large percentage Is looked for. Mr.. Harvey states that moBt of the 250 full-bloodefl Romney ' ewes brought over last summer direct from England-huve lambed already, the percentage being high. One ewe from this hand had a lamb that weighed 17 pounds at birth, Snaking a record for this district. V ' ~ '' ,J A A A ^. A f (|, f ^ .J, ? ? BRITISH FJGHTlNQ ON ITALIAN FRONT Italian Headquarters- In ? Northern Italy, April 9.-Brit-> ish forces are now fighting on ? the Italian mountain .front in ?' one of the Asiago sectors which ? sustained some of the enemy's ? heaviest pressure last fall, ? The daily bulletin issued by > General Diaz, the Italian com- first reference to the progress ? orvthe British on the mountain ? line, c� . ? ? ? Personal Mention O. W. Kerr of llMinneapolis, is a business visitor in the city. J. I. Eakin is a Great Falls, visitor in the city. Trades Council Meeting The fortnightly meeting of the Lcthbridge Trades and Labor Council will be held in the Labor Iia.ll tomorrow (Wednesday) evening at 8 o'clock. The Twentieth Century Book Store "Everybody's Book Shop" "We Sell the Books Being Talked About"' 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 1 "A Great Story of x the Underworld" SKY 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 mote for our services- which we don't-It would be profitable lor you to pay the difference. , The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA FARM LABOR We can supply fanners with experienced help. A number of men are on the ground waiting for work. WIRE OR PHONE ' The Beasley Employment Agency 110 Fifth St. S. Phone 945 ' In a British soldier's grave. ; He bravely did his little bit, : Old England's flag to save." |" From his sorrowing I 100-lx . Mother and Father. Spurgeon April 9th, T REAR STAFFORD BLOCK We are Selling Agents for the Moline Universal Tractor and can deliver a Tractor Today. Superior Supply Co. L 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. Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471' In loving memory of Pte. -McKay, killed in action on 1917, at Vimy Ridge; One year has passed and still we miss him. i % . � 'Tis hard to break the tender cord When love ban bound the heart, 'Tis hard, so hard, to speak the word we must forever part. Dearest ioved one iliey have laid thee In the land so far away, But thy memory will be cherished Till we meet, on that-great day. Inserted by His Wife and - Children. 100-1 "Come Through" is in seven reels, and was directed by Jack Conway, when Mr. Howard, wiio wrote it while in Universal City, writing and directing was called East. The storjr has to dp with the impromtu marriage at midnight of a society girl to a crook, who !s mistaken by her sweetheart as her other lover. At the Empress to night.-Advertisement. Designed for You" Htir Cub WESTBROOK BROS Opposite Bank of Montreal THE SANITARY 8HOP In ever loving memory of our dear 3on and brother Pte. W. J. Bartlett, who was killed in action, April 9th, 1917: We cannot forget hin). we loved him too dearly, '' To let his dear memory fade like a dream; We think of him often, and mourn him sincerely, Thoughts^i'ten exist, where they seldom are seen.  From his loving Father, Sisters and Brothers. . 100-lx Fordson Tractor Arrives The Fordson tractor, sent hare by the government for demonstrating purposes has arrived and is being unloaded today. On Wednesday demonstrations will take place both forenoon and afternoon ^aL... Henderson Park and everyone intarejteii is urged to be present. . TBe wjnnlpeg Free Press is highly complimentary'as to the Fordson's being able to do the work claimed for it. ARLOW'S EAT... ARKET PHONE 796 1110 SIXTH AVE. S. LANDS 1 WE SELL BY Phone Service And are adding to our Customers. R, COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 492 320 ACRES. 2 miles town, all tillable, 100 acres can be Irrigated, 130 acrea broken, 100 acres ready for crop. House 16x24, and' 10x16, barn 30x30, cattle shed 30x50, fenced and cross fenced, '> woven wire for 3 oiiles,'2 miles school. $25.00 acre. $2500.00 cash. 328 ACRES, 200 cultivated, 100 acres ready for crop. Best of soil, fenced and cross fenced. V/z miles school. House 14x24. Barn, plenty water. $25.00 acre. $2,000 cash. CATTLE PROPOSITION 800 ACRES Deeded Land, 2880 acres lease, 10 years to run, all fenced and cross fenced, $3,000 worth buildings, plenty water, registered horses and cattle can be included. Deeded land $15.00 acrn. Lease $1.00 acre. 100 Improved Farms Stock Ranches & Leases Raw Land, Crop Payment J. HARRIS & CO. ESTABLISHED 10 YEARS NEAR HUDSON'S BAY 8T0RE TRY A HERALD WANT AD. IT WILL BRING RESULTS Office Equipment Office and Typewriter Desks, Chairs, Filing Cabinets, Agents fort Woodstock Typewriters, Dick's Mimeograph, F. & E. Check Writer, Standard Envelope Sealer and Stamp Affixer, Burroughs' Adding Machine. Stock Registers, 8ea>s ?.nd 8tock Certificates. A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. EVERALL & FRANKS / Sinnott Block, cor. 4th Ave. and- tth St. Phone 1107 391156 ;