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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PIANOS OF QUALITY Steitiwiy. Nordhelmer. New Scale Williams. Haines Eros. We invite you to cur Show Uoom to inspect them. 1 AS8INIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. Phone 1549, 315 6th St. S, Lethbridge, A.'ta. HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN , MEALS PROM 0.00 A.M. TO 800 P.M. After all, what's better than the very best? Beef/ Pork, Mutton Let us send you some. Delany's Meat Co. fIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 SPRING TOYS KIDDIE CARS. COASTERS. EXPRESS WAGONS, SHOO FLIES, TRICYCLES, DOLL CARRIAGES. AUTOMOBILES- THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. -NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Store PHONE 1487 Fresh Strawberries. Asparagus, Ripe Tomatoes and Cucumbers ARE NOW ARRIVING. We had a shipment of the above lines this morning. FRESH LOUISIANA STRAWBERRIES. Price per basket..................... FINEST QUALITY RIPE TOMATOES. Price, per lb...... ............... 30c 40c FRESH CALIFORNIA ASPARAGUS. Price per lb....................... FANCY HOT HOUSE CUCUMBERS. Price, each................ ...... 25c 35c On Friday we expect a fresh lot of Head,Lettuce, Cauliflower and Celery. We still have to sell out the last lot of consignment of Apples we received, 40 cases at per case, $1.95. Also some real fancy Winesaps and Yellow Newtons at, case, $3.00. HIGH-CLASS \iROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 525 MARKETS FORMALDEHYDE IN A HEATED CAR i That is the way we hail it brought from the makers. There was ! a reason. ^I'e.-wanted you to get the strongest and the freshest possible. 1 ' Gel yours at-> HE FRANK HEDLEY CO. Winnipeg. April 10.-There was a fair demand tor cash oats only, with light offerings and a tendency to hold off for opening of navigation.' May oats closed 7-8 to ic higher | and July 3-4 to 7-Sc higher. Barley was 3-ic up for May. Flax closed le lower for both May and July. Cash oats closed 7-Sc higher; barley lo higher and flax 1 to 1 l-2c lower. All markets m ere fairly firm in tone. Winnipeg Markets Oats-May ... . July..... Barley- May...... Flax-May ...... July ...... Open. mi Close. 95 *s 91 Ti 187 L___ HIS MAJESTY KING CHOWFA-MAHAN VAQIBAVUDAH, of Siam, Britain's latest ally recently changed its national flag for a more patriotic color. Ked, white and blue strips; reversefroni the French. V 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. GROCETERIA 204 13TH STREET S. OPPOSITE ELLISON MILLS ....... 386 385 ....... 3S3J6 ' 3S2 Cash Prices - Oats - Xe. L! C.W... 96ii No. 3 C.W... f�2y2 Extra No. 1 feed ............... 91% No. 1 feed.. 89^ No. 2 feed.. SC Barley- 1 Xo. 3 ......166 No. 4 ......161 , Flax-No. 1 N.W.C..............'____3S5 No 2 C.W.. .379% No. 3 C.W.. .360 Winnipeg Livestock - Winnipeg. Apr. 10."-Receipt* at the T'nion stock yards this morning totalled 300 cattle and  890. hogs.. The cattle market was strong. Hogs steady. Quotations: Buteher steers $8.50 to $12.85; heifers $7.50. to $11.50; cows $a.50 to $10.50; bulls ffr.50 to $9; oxen $5.50 to $10; Blockers and feeders $7.50 to $10.25; veal calves $7.50 to $14.50. Hogs-Selects $20; heavies $17 to $}&; sows $10.50 to $18; light $17 to $19. Please Note Our Prescription Files are now dried out and arranged and are now available at JACKSCtp & CO.'S STORE For any who desire their prescriptions refilled. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO. -J. J. GAETZ NOMINATED Red Deer, April 9.-A large and enthusiastic convention was held in Red Peer today to nominate a candidate to succeed E. Miehener as member of the legislature. Relegates were i.iesenf l'r.minearly every poll in the railing. . R. B. Welllver; 3.,.1:,Ga.alz, G. W. Snnth, J