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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TMt PIANOt OP QUALiTY �ti^Oiway, Wortftietmf>r. Nrn- ar*rp \v. .1(9 No a CAV .. !>1'~ ............. :'i N�. 2 foed.. sr.i. Freight Wrack A C V. R. treiulit train was parti %\\y anusbed on Thursday afternoon near Urasay Lake, two cars being ile-railpd owing to an accid.-nt to tlip truck of one of �!ic cars. No one was Injured but the line was not tleiiret] till late in the evenlilg and the afternoon paaaenger trains were both de-' layed Bli.iut (ovir iiours The wreck age la being cleared up today nnil tUt" tine is now ope^ fur all trattic agaiu. Paraonal Mention I,. D. Bedford, a former resident of Litbbridae, is in the tify and will 8p keen for liutcher stuff. Hogs were st^aily af yesterday's close. Qni'tatious: Uuliher steers $S T.'> to helfeys. %H to $ll.'>i>. (ows. !,%.'�) to fU.SS; j bulls. $t>.^o to S'.): o\fa. t�.r>0 to %ttt: I sN>cWtrs and feedets. $T.3U to.llO.SS; calTes. |�.5*i to $15. Hons -S^-lects. $19.7*1; heavies. $1�7.-. to $l7.7.i; sows. $16 tP $17.50; lights, f I�i Co $18.50. Winnipeg Liveateck Winnipeg, Apr. 12.-The llveatock movement lur the last three months of i:tl8. has just been issued by the I'nion Stock Yanls. The number of cattle received at ijie Winnipeg yard iiTi increase over 1917 of a Mttle over l.iiiHi head. The receipts of bogs were ;i>.il7 more than for the same months lot 1917 The rercipts of hr�f!s have j been much ligUti.>r and sheep sbow a i slight Increaae The eheep niove-meiit, liowever, hai� been mainly of ! either storker or breeding sheap, mov '. iiig fruiu point to point I The retelpts of cattle sbow (hat ' Manitoba contributed nearly i.OOO I liead more in .lanuary than in Janu-! ary 19IT. tailing behind quite shan>Iy l*Jn February and l. a bead In ' March The Raiiie randiiions apply to Saskatchewan. The January movement \ was aln^.4t double that of 1917. hut K^>ruary and March �=how very aharp ' declines. The inoveraeut frortt Alberta ; ta has been comparatively small. I The disposition of the cattle ahows ; a l(Mui consummation of 11.188 head, whiih is very niuih In excess of local consiimniation for the correapondlng months of last year, due mainly to filling contracts lor the army. The movement east for the three months show u total o( tJ::91 head, which is also a very heavy increase over 1!)17. The movement :-outU bnif be*!n leas I than i.oou head for the three months. ' The movement west, which of ctMirae. accounts for the siocker and (aeder has been good, showing for the three months ilXiZ head have been aent back to the farms for finishing. Of t'lesc Manitoba to6k IIH'.: and Saskatchewan 'i'S'A. Formaldfihyile From 1917 Stock 111 the face of the Avarning from the government you will not want to uae this years Formaldehyde until it has been tested. Wc have a paft barrel of this fr^m last year and this has proven to be alright.' . BLUE STONE This It recommenSed by the government for use, WE HAVE IT  THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING SKY UGHTS. CHIMNEY TOPS ventllatora, cornices, gutter*. Iea4era and in fact any kind of metal work can be ordered from U8 with au acauranee that it will be promptly, akllKully and faith fully dbne. All our metal work is RatU to laat. We use heavy sheet metal only and the best of all other tuateriala. Even it wc charged more (or our aervices- which we don't-It would be profitable lor you to pay the difference. Th^ Dixon Sheet Metal Co. RfACrtTAPPORD BLOCK UETMBiliOOB. AtBERTA ARLOW'S EAT... ARKET PHONE 796 1110 SIXTH AVE. S. We art Sdlbg AgcttU for the Molme Universal Tractor y Co. FARM LABOR Wa can supply famatt with expcriaaica^ haIpL A number �f man ara on tM ground waiting fof nvprk, WiRC OR PHONE The Baaday Binplariiant Agancj 110 Pifth et, 0. Phana S4S 'OaugMd^WHafe Otfa WESTBROOK MOS OPBoalta Bvili � " THE UHfTMtS i n � *b�i Grain Wastage! Afte'r' all la aaid. the baai* of all Gopher pntaona ia STRYCHNINE To simplify mattera for those who [.r. uslr.g oc^ontemplate using Strychnine we have prepared a pamphlet containing the best and easiest formulae for preparing (lOPHER FOOD." which we will he very glad to place in the band!> of the farmer. A post card wiH'bring If to you if desired. Strychnine in any quantity. Special prices to the U� P. A. and Unlona. J.D.HigiobotkaiiJi(;o - Limitod' > 'Aderta'a Plsnaar Orugglata* Whaleaala and Retell Chamlat^ TELEPHONE Hm. SSS - The - Veterans arc very anxiaor thit the public attend their ight AT 8.30 Tliey arc phinning to make it an enjoyahlu affair, ao wunt you lo come ami have a good time. I'copic who attend will Select Hhe LIGHT SUPMR Tickata r|r-^Sa�r. - CITY AND DISTRICT One Vag One vag invaded the city police r^t this mornlnK. He was let oft on suspended sentence. ! Sella Farm ' Jos. Perk of Faith, lias sold his I tarm and leaves for St. lloud. Mlnnu I sot;i. today. Extend Thinks Tlie Veterans club wish to thank .Mr. J. .\, fumming of iL'th St. South, and other donors of books? and also beg to thank .Mr. Louis Ktol for ^ do nation of $:'5 last week. Repreaenta Englneera Mr. J. I). .McI>'od left last night for ' Montreal, where he will represent the Hrotherhood of Locomotive lOngineers as a local chairman of the adjuatiuB l>oard. You'd never gueaa thfy coat ao little, they *re $o artiatic ! * * Thnt'a wiwt your frknJ� will anyt "You'd itever gueaa how much work they aavel" That'* what you. will aay after you have had them on yotir rioora for a while I A damp mop will reatore a Congoleum Rug to ita original beauty and freahneaa in an inatant. Congoleum Ruga atwayalook neat and�lean. They lie flat and amooih without faaten-ing-don't kick up at edgea. They are aanitary. The ntw Art-Rug pati bcaulifuL We have thcr ittema aie ----- .._ ----, ...�m in iho popular atrei. suitable loi evuty �com in the house where a low. pnccJ (ug can be used. You mutt *r% them-come in and - -----it an ihei ict ua tbow Ibem. CONSUMER'S HARDWARE CO. Billy Buchanan Back Billy liuchanan. a former memlicr; of the f.l'.R. frelKht staff, who lost his right Jeg at the iront. rctiirr.ed I i-day from Toronto, where he haa hofn under treaimoni. Farm Labor \Vord has been reuelved t'r.'^m Kd- ; monton that there are available in the' north r. large number of married con- ' pies who want work on farms. Tlio.'ie needing h.olp should comnniiiicitc! with Mr. Weir at the board of trade . [ building. I Copiea Pood Regulatlona | Chief Hardy of the city police in-' forms tht! Herald that he has hoeii supplied wrtli Jim copies of the ni'xv food regulations and all re.nauran teiirs and other.s who de-iire offli ial (�oplc.'Harte. manager ol" the North American Colleried, will be the speaker at the Forum next Suiiduy, his topic being 'Coiil, its orlKin anil prescr ration." The musical proKram will include the foUowinK: I'iano duet. .Melody in F Ruhcnstein. .Mis-'^cs Viola ,nnd Josie Crcen; vocal solo, selectcil, Miss Ivy Dawson; piano sohi. "FUil-tercr.' .Ml.-is Margaret Cihboas. We Have the Following Stbck Of LARGE SIZED TIRES And TUBES ON HAND Which wc will mB at SO ON THE DOLLAR TIRES 2 .......... 3Sx4V2 1 .......... 36x4Me 1 .......... 36x4 1 .......... 37x4yo TUBES 6............................... 37x4�/2 3 ............................... 36x4 4 .......................... 36x4�/2 Lethbridge Motors Ltd. Evangelist to Speak Kvangellst .1. 11. Scott, president of tiio Rescue .Mission Workers' association o.f America, will speiik again on Sunday morning and evening at the Pentecostal Mission (next lo V.M.C. A.). On .Sunday eveniiiK \lr^ Scott will tell the second part oi' the story of his life. The eoming address Is the part that has attnicfed so many thou.sanils In the I'nlied States, and Is especially Interesting to Christians. All who possibly can shnuUl make an effort to hear the evangelist. New Acme Truck The now Acme truck purchased by the city for the KcavensiuK depari-iiient i� now here and will he put in commission as soon as a man can lie f^und to handle it. The city Authorities are endeavoriBK lo vecure a returned soldier for the jobf For Red Croetf The Hon. Treus. Red Oosi Society haa received $11:!.00, raised for Red f'ross work by the Spring (Coulee people (per .Mrs. Anita Nekson, treris.. Spring Coulee I^adies' .-Vld, in the following way: C;ullt raffled by Mrs. Sherman, $�;T.(I0; centre-piece raffled in pool hall. fH.iMi; dance ijroceods given by Miss I'arkes of the Trading Co.. $32-.oo. A donation of *;!<�.00 ha� been handed to tlie ireiianrer by .Mr, (1. K. Fhanlng. The Red Cross offh-ea are in the Klrkham block, where dtmatloHK may be received at any time. i PHONE 492 The Alberto Meat Market for first clau meats. R. COULTRY The Alberta Meat Marktt PHONE 492 FARM LANDS I 320. ACRE*. 2 milea town, all tillable, 100 acrea can be Irrigated. 130 acrai broken, 100 acrea ready for crop. Houaa 1(x24. and tO�16, barn 30x30, cattle ihed 30x90. fenced and croaa fenced, woven .wire far 3 mIlea, 2 milea school. $2(.00 acre. f2SOO.0O caah. -32� ACRES, 200 cultivated, 100 acrea ready for erop. Beat of aoir, fene�d and croaa fenced. IK2 milaa aehool. Houae 14x24. tarni plenty water. $26.00 acre. S2,000 caah. CATTLE PROPOSITION 800 ACRES Deeded Land, 2880 aeraa teaaa, 10 yeara to run, all-fenced and croaa fenced, $3,000 worth bulldlnga, plenty water, reglat. erM horsea and cattle can be included. 0eede4 land $18.00 acre. Laaaa $1.00 acre. ' 100 Improved Farms Stock Ranckcs ft Leases Raw Land, Crop Payment J. HARRIS & CO. ESTABLISHSO 10 YEAR* NEAR HUOeON'S BAY TORB FAMILY PORTRAITURE Make it an annual duty to youraetvea to have your clilld-len'a plioto taken. You will bo creatiac %bldlng 'plt.aaur^a for y�ur 'later yaara. . Smith's Studio $08 Third Avf. 8. Phone 1471 Office Equipment Office and Typewriter Peaka, Chalra. Filing Cablncta, Aganta foif woodatick Typewrltara, Oick'a Mimeograph, F. A E, Cheek Writer, Standard Envelope Scalar and Stattp Afflxcr, - Durrougha' Adding Machine. Steak Ranlgt^ra, Saala and Stock Cartlflcataa. v A FUUt LINE OF orFICE STATIONEIWr. EVERAItL & FRANKS " Slnnott Block, cor. 4th Ava.^nd 8th St ^bona 1107 ;