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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Ttm PIAMM OP OUALiTV MlMMMntr. l��w Scale Wllltamx. mm. W� tiivltp rou to our Show Hmm to Inpect thrm. AMtnnoiA music co.. ltd. IMS, ai� tUi at. t, L�thkrl�fl�, AH* LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR MIALt rnOM A.M. TO MO P.M. S We start the week with a complete line of Fr|sh Meats direct from the Farm Delany's Meat Co. riFTH iT. 8. OPPOtlTK OALLAft HOTBL PHONI4U Mnltiplien Garden Secdi h Biilk� Sett W� have a fOod auortinent of the above lines at pri^s as km as you can buy direct from (he smqI houses. We also taiw orders for field seeds of all kinds at exactly the same jprice you %vouId pay by getting them direct yourself, besides we save you the trouble of sending in the orders. Anything in seeds you want. Send us \our orders and we will do the rest. HIGHCLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 838 EASTMAN KODAKS You will jiurprited at the pleasure to b� deriTed from a OOOD CAMERA. We have a well eiiuipped camera department and c�n tako rare o( all year needs in this r�ap�ct. Pilcca are as low as quality permiis and saURfaction is guaranteed at all times. THE KENNY & ALUN CO., Ltd. Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL \ PHONE 1W SURVIVED HUSBAND ONLY FOR FEW DAYS BETTER GARDENS Hare you planned your war oanoen. Do It la that �ztra hour tonight. See us (or the seeds. carry tba best Une of package feed. Sweat Pea Seti, lie as. THE FRANK HEDLEY CO. Just iliro days after the sudden death of hrr hnsbanA J6ha aeorge Brohmaii. .Mrs Mary Annie Brohnaan l>a!>!, Barley-No ;! ......162 Flax-No. 1 N.W.r. ... No. 2 C.W...:)81T� Winnipeg Winnipeg. April was .strong today -. ----- ----- ~ good demand tor all grades of butcher tituff. Receipts 225 cattle and 6 to |l!t: heifers. $8 to 111 50: cows. I6.U to flI.2S; bulls. |fi.50 to 110; oien. SS.(0 to flO: stockers and teedera 18 to' IIO.EO; veal calves. �6.oO to $15.50 Hogs selects |1�.7C: heavies $16.75 to in.Ta; sows )1�.50 to $17.50; light, $16.50 to $18.50. Formaldehyde From 1917 Stock In the face o( the warning from the government you will not want to us� thin year's For maldphyde �ntil it ha! respective of nntors. Ttie government finding will be announced today or tomorrov. J.D.HisiibttktatCt rather Killed W. L. Peyton, of Lethbridge. has been called to Spokane, owing to\ the death of a brother, Edward Peyton, who was hilled there a week ago yesterday. He will be gone about 15 day.^. "You'd never gu?�s they coat ao iittl^, they're $oarti$tic!'* That** what your Jtkndt will aayl "You'd never guess how much work they savel" That's what uou will aay after you liave had them on your floors for a while I A damp mop will restore a "ConCMoum Rug toitsoriginal baauty and (icshnesa in an inataaU Congoleum Ruga alwayatook neat and clean. They lie flat and smooth without fasten* ing-don't kick up at ih� edges. They are sanitary. Tho new Art-Rug pattema are beautihiL We have Ihcm in the popular sizes, suitable (oi erery loom in the house where a low* piiced rug can b� used. You mutt we them cewe ia aad lei us show ikem. CONSUMER'S HARDWARE CO. To Incorporate Co. II. R. Newton, legal adviser of the Central Montana IlBnche? Co., i.s in tbe city from .Montana making ar rangements for the incorporation of the company under the laws of Alberta. T�bi8 TDdlech in tbe (Xit^ Cbittcbee Oeatfi of Etsikem Lady LiMy Madge H'raxlcr. beloved wife of Edward Phillip Traxler. ot Etzikoin. aged 22 years, died in the city on April 15th. The remains will be held at Petterly's undertaking parlors until Friday when they will he forwarded to Bt^ikom where burial" will take slace. Seeding at Jail Warden Ktvers told the Herald this morning that seeding operations on the Jail farm were progressing rapidly. About 300 acres of wheat will be seeded as well as other grain*. The number of inmates of tbe institution is now round the lOO mark, an Increase of about 30 since last spring. Sergt. Stewart Home Sergt. K. P. Stewart arrived home this morning, coating down last night from Calgar}-. He was met at the depot by relatives, by members of the re turned soldiers commntee and J. It. j Oliver, secretary, .ind also by mem here of the school board. Sergt. Stew, art Is still feeling the effects of his severe illness but hopp.m to recover j rapidly now that' he is back in the sunny south. KnoM-Monday evening 7 3(t-Hoy Scouts will meet in school room. Tuesday evening 8.00-There will lie a Joint meeting of tho f-Wom�|!i meet at Red Cross. Prlday eveninB I'liiilr practice. St, Mary's-Tuesday evening -TcKhrrs' meeting in St. Augustln's piirlsli li-.i!!. Wednesday evening 8 p ni-I'uio. hial asiociatlon In St. .M;:rys piifsh hall. Thursday 8.00- (J .\. S.iH)-\ entry meeting at Mr. i-'i.ov.V house. Friday -4.IT.-J. W. .\. S p.m. - lnter( egitlon Borvico. S.'io ' - Choli- pra enitig-The regular choir practice. L. D. 3.-Meeting In the L. I>. H. church tomorrow (Tuefcd.iyl at 2..'!l�. .Subje(t--'(Jriiealogy and t''i>tiinony." Christian-Tlie evangelist mectliiK everj- night at the church beginning at � ocldclc sharp, lin not miss tho Hong �ervi( e. MrM. Fagan is going to organize n Junior choir and invites all clilldicn of the Junior and Interme-I (Hate grades and especially invHes any of other (^jurchks who whh to slug in the cvenrng with the understanding that they are to attend their own Sunday school. Are Wounded J. A. Morri.-on, of Cowman, A. Mc-Comber, of Tal)er. P. Knowles, ot Bcl-levue, H. Williams, of Heaver .Mines, V.. .lolley, of Frank, have been wounded In action. ARLOW'S EAT... ARKET PHONE 7N 1110 SIXTH AVK. S. Al^rta's ^lenaee DrufftaU* Whelesals sad RaUII Chamlstib TELEPHONC Na. StS No Instrattiaas Yet Chief Hardy told tbe Herald tbts morning that he had not yet received aa official copy of tbe ordeMn-couo- artlc-ularly cornet and alto men. ANNOUNCEMENT The Salvation Army will give a concert Jn Rex hall at 8 o'clock Friday. April lOth. Band In attendance. 10&.3 Buy Meat from your Home Our phone service will give you complete satisfaction. R. COULTRY The Alberts Meat Markst PHONE 492 FARM LANDS RANCHES-800 acres deoded Jajjjl. 2SS0 acres government lease, 10 years to run. Rental 2c per aero per year. All In solid bjock. AH fenced. Running Water nil year, two 4 roomed houses, three barns .number of sheds. lOO ncrea under cultivation, 400 acres tllblbte, mite to P. O. 2 miles school. Price |1G,680. Terms. Stock can be included at market prices. 1M0 ACRES-Lease 10 years to run. AU fenced. Lots wattr. Oood toil, fine grass land. Price |1920 cash. 3S0 ACRES-Adjolpiag above lease. All fenced and cross fono-ed. BulldlMi. abundance tine water. 100 acres summer fallow. 100 acres stubble. Soli is first class for wbent. 125.00 acre, $2,000 cash. THE AEOVB MUST EE SEEN TO EE APPRECIATED. 100 bipr^vad Farm Stock Raacikat k Leaaat Riw laaAt Qrtp Paymant J. HARRIS & CO. BSTAaklSHa* 10 YEARS NEAR HUDSON'S BAY STOIUI FAMILY PORTRAITURE Maka It as aasuahdvty to jrowsalTSs to bbva yoftr child-r�R'g plioto takaa. You will ba trsatlBC abidlBC pleaauras (or yoar later years. SoBdi'i 8to�t MS Third Ave. S. Mgaa 147� Office Equipment Offiaa aai Trpswrltsr Desks, Chairs, Plllaf Cablnsta, AaeaU tgir Weadgtaeli Typgwrltars, Oli^ - - - -. w ..... SUiMlard Invalgpg Ssalar WeaiMtaell Typgwrltars, Olek'3 Mlmsafraah, P. 4 E. Cbscli WrHtr. * � - � - lar and Stamp Afflxsr. aurreughs' AMWat MMiilRa. ttsah Rsalstars. asala and Stsak Csrtlflealta. A PUkL kINB OP OPPICB STATIONERY. EVERALL & FRANKS SlRMoll aiaalt, ear. 4�k Ava. anS Sth tt 9m� ym ;