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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PIAN08 OF QUALITY. StiBinway, Xordheimer. New Scale Williams. Haines Bros. We. invito yon to our Show ttootn to inspect them. AMINIBOIA. MUSIC CO.. LTD. Phone 164a, 318 6th St. S., Lethbridoe. A!ta. HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM COO A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. DO YOU LIKE Sausage and Pork Pies We have some for the week end-both extra choice. Delany's Meat Co. FIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 152 SPRING TOYS KIDDIE CARS, COASTERS, EXPRESS WAGONS, SHOO FLIES. TRICYCLES, DOLL CARRIAGES, AUTOMOBILES. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 YOUR WEEK END SHOPPING Can best be accomplished by taking advantage of our week end specials. Specials for this weekend". APPLES. VMI repacked stock, sound and good cookers. Per c�se ..................... $1.95 or 5 tbs. for.............................. 25c APPLES. Fancy Wmcsaps and Yellow Newtons. Price per ease ......... ..........;... . $3.00 or 3 Ibt. for...........1.................. 25c", FRESH RHUBAR8, per lb. ................. 15c RIPE TOMATOES, finest quality, lb.........40c FRESH CELERY, per lb.................. 12* Lake, two cars being derailed owing to an accident to the truck of one of the cars. No one was injured but the line was not cleared till late in the eveniilg and the afternoon passenger trains were both de-' layed about four hours. The wreckage is being cleared up today and the line is now opeg lor all traffic again. Personal Mention L. D. Bedford, a former resident of Lltubridge, is in the city and will spend two or three months here as he owns land in the district. He wa3 formerly a member of the Iowa Land Co. A dance will be held in Burgmann's hall. 13th St. N'., Saturday night. Two piece orchestra in attendance. R. Burgmann in charge. Gents 75c, ladies free. 103-1 Tjie Twentieth Century Book Store "Everybody's Book Shop" "We Sell the Books Being Talked About" 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 High Cost of Living . We are doing our part to reduce the high cost of living fty eliminating all the non essentials and giving you the benefit in reduced prices. % Visit Tickner's. Groceteria and prove this statement. Everything marked in plain figures. The E. J. Tickner Co. 204 13TH STREET S. GROCETERIA OPPOSITE ELLISON MILLS ......... 389 rtSGii ......... 386^ , 382% -Cash Prices j Oats-No. i C.W... 95^ Extra No. 1 feed No. 1 feed.. S9 Barley- No. 3 ......167 No. 4 Rejected.....................345 Flax-v No. 1 X.W.C.......... I Livestock I Winnipeg April 12.-Catle trade was stronger today and the demand was keen for butcher stuff. Hogs were steady af yesterday's close. Quotations: - ; Butcher steers. $8.75 to $13; heifers, '$8 to $11.50; cows. $5.50. to $11.25; i | bulls, $�.50 to $9; o\en. to $10; I sfockers and feeders. $7.50 to.$10.25; calves, $6.50 to ,$15.  - -- Hogs-Selects. $19.75; Heavfes, $16.75 to $17.75; sows, $16 to $17.50; lights. $16 to $18.50. Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg, Apr. 12.-The livestock movement lor the last three months of :i!il8. has just been issued by the Un\on Stock Yards. The number of: cattle received at die Winnipeg yard ! an increase over 1917 of, a little over; 1.000 head. The receipts of hogs were . Ui.117 more than for the sasne months | of 1917. The receipts of horses have i been much' lighter and sheep show a | slight 'increase. The sheep movement, however, has been mainly of: either shocker or breeding sheep, mov-j ing from point to point. I The receipts of cattle show that! Manitoba contributed nearly 2,000 1 | head more in January than in Janu-: I ary 1917, falling behind quite sharply j ifin February and 1,000 a head in j j March. I i The same conditions apply to Sas-j ! katchewan. The January movement; j was almpst double that of 1917. but j * February and March show very sharp j declines. The movement from Alberta j ta has been comparatively small. The disposition of the cattle shows ! a local consummation of 11,188 head, ! which is very much in excess of local i consummation for the corresponding ! months of last year, due mainly to � filling contracts for the army. The ; movement east for the three months I show a total of Ci9l head, which is ! also a very heavy increase over 1917. j The movement south has, been less | than 1.000 head for the three months. ! The movement west, which of course, j accounts for the stocker and fteder | has been good, showing for the three I months 6332 head have been Bent ; hack to the. farms for finishing. Of i these Manitoba to6k 1182 and Saa-; katchewan 2251. Formaldehyde From 1917 Stock In the face of the .warning, from the government you will not want to use this year's Formaldehyde until it has been tested. We have a part barrel of this from last year and this has proven to be alrightif' BLUE STONE This' fs recommended by the government for use. WE HAVE IT / - THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING |CITY AND DISTRICT One Vag One vag invaded the city police cqgjpt this morning. He was let off on suspended sentence. Sells Farm Jos. Peck of. Faith, has sold his iiarm and leaves for St. Cloud, Minnesota, today. Extend Thanks The Veterans club wish- to thank Mr. J. A. Cumming of 12th St. South, and other donors of books7 and also beg to thank Mr. Louis Keol for i donation of $25 last week. Represents Engineers Mr. J. D. McLeod left last night for Montreal, where he will represent the. Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers as a local chairman of the adjusting board. Billy Buchanan Back Billy Buchanan, a former member of the C.P.R. freight staff, who lost his right Jeg at the front, returned today from Toronto, where he has been under treatment. 'You'd never guess they cost so little, they 're so artistic !' * That's what your friendi will say! "You'd never guess how much work they save!" That's what yon* will say after you have had them on your floors for a while 1 A damp mop will restore a Congoleum Rug to its original beauty and freshness in an instant Congoleum Rugs alwayslook neat and -clean. They lie flat and smooth without fastening-don't kick up at the edges. They are sanitary. The new Art-Rug patterns are beautiful. We have them in the popular lizea, suitable foi eveiy loom in the house where a low. priced tug can be used. You must see, them-come in and let us chow (hem. CONSUMER'S HARDWARE CO. 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. Ail our metal work is Kuilt 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. TM Dixon Sheet Metal Co. LETHBRIDCE, ALBERTA ARLOW'S EAT. (.. ARKET 1110 PHONE 796 SIXTH AVE. S. Wastage! After'all is said, the basis of all Gopher poisons is STRYCHNINE To simplify matters for those who trs using or.-contemplate using Strychnine we have prepared a pamphlet containing the best and easiest formulas for preparing "GOPHER FOOD," which we will he -very glad to place in the hands of the farmer. '� , A post card wist'.bring if to you if desired. Strychnine in any quantity. Special prices to the Us F. A. and Unions. J. D. Higiobothara & Co , Limited' - v The \mJtt Storm Farm Labor Word has been received from Edmonton that there are available in the north a large number of married couples who want work on farms. Those needing' help should communicate with Mr. Weir at the board of trade building. Copies Food Regulations i Chief Hardy of the city police informs the Herald that he has been -supplied with 100 copies of the new food regulations and all restauran-teurs and others who desire official copies may secure them at the police j headquarters, city hall. ' Alberta's Pioneer Druggists' Wholesale and Retail Chemists. TELEPHONE No. 322 Forum Speaker J. B. DeHarte, manager of the North I American Colleries, will be the speak- J or at the Forum next Sunday, his top-' ic being "Coal, its origin and preservation." The musical program will include the following: Piano duet, Melody in F Ruhenstein, Misses Viola and Josie Green; vocal solo, selected, Miss Ivy Dawson; piano solo, "Flatterer," Miss Margaret Gibbons. We Have the Following Stock Of LARGE SIZED TIRES And TUBES ON HAND Which we will sell at SO: ON THE DOLLAR TIRES 2 ........ 35x4V2 1 ........ 1 ..... 36x4 1 ........ TUBES ......."........................ 37x4y2 V.............................36x4 ............................. 36x4V2 36x4y2 37x4V2 6 3 4 Evangelist to Speak Evangelist' .1. R. Scott, president of the Rescue Mission Workers' associa-j tion of America, will speak again on Sunday morning and evening at the Pentecostal Mission (next to Y.M.C. A.). On Sunday evening Mr. Scott will tell the second part of tlfe" story of his life. The coming address is the part that lias attracted so many thousands in the United States, and is especially interesting to Christians. All who possibly can should mako an effort to hear the evangelist. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK We are Setting Agents for the ' Moline Universal Tractor and can deliver a Tractor Today. Superior Supply Co. FARM LABOR , ... * We can supply farmers with experienced help. A number of men are on the ground waiting for work. WIRC OR PHONE The Beasley Employment  Agency 110 Fifth St. 0. Phone 545 "Designed for You" Hair Cuts WESTBROOK BROS Opposite Bank of Montreal -THE SANI.TAAV J � The- are very anxious*that the public attend their AT 8.30 They arc planning to make it an enjoyable affair, so want you to come and have a good time. People who attend will Select $he LIGHT SUPPER Tickets 7#e s*, door. �� i V| For Red Cross' The Hon. Treas. Red Cross Society has received $113.00, raised for Red Cross work by the Spring Coulee people (per Mrs. Anita Nelson, treas., Spring Coulee Ladies' Aid, in the following way: Quilt raffled by Mrs. Sherman, .$fi7.00; centre-piece raffled in pool hall, ?14.fl(>; dance proceeds given by Miss Parkes of the Trading Co., $32.1)0. A donation of $30.00 has been handed to the treasurer by Mr. G. E. Fleming. The Red Cross offices are in the Kirkham block, where donations may be received at any time. Lethbridge Motors Ltd. New Acme Truck The now Acme truck purchased by tha city for the scavenging departr ment is now here and will be put in _ii_==-= commission as soon as a man can be fSjitnd to handle it. The city .authorities are endeavoring to secure a returned soldier for the job; PHONE 492 The Alberta Meat Market for first class meats. R, C0ULTRY The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 492 FAMILY PORTRAITURE Make It an annual duty to yourselves to have your children's photo taken. You will be creating %blding 'pleasures for your "later years. � Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 FARM LANDS .. 320. ACRES, 2 miles town, all tillable, 100 acres can be irrigated, 130 aero 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. J2500.OO cash. "328 'ACRES, 200 cultivated, 100 acres ready for crop. Best of .soil,'fenced and cross fenced. V/2 miles school. House 14x24. Barn, plenty-water. $25.00 acre. $2,000 cash. CATTLE PROPOSITION 800 ACRES Deeded Land, 2880 acres lease, 10 year* to run, all-fenced and cross fenced, $3,000 worth buildings, plenty water, registered horses and cattle can be included. Deeded land $15.00 acre. Lease $1.00 acre. 100 Improved Farms Stock Ranches & Leases Raw Land, Crop Payment J. HARRIS & CO. ESTABLISHED 10 YEARS NEAR HUDSON'S BAY 8TOREv Office Equipment Office and Typewriter Desks, Chairs, Filing Cabinets, Agents fotf Woodstock Typewriters, Dick's Mimeograph, F. & E. Check Writer, Standard Envelope Sealer and Stamp Afflxer,' Burroughs' Adding Machine. Stock Re