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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta / " THE PIANOS OF QUALiTV Steinway, Nordhelmer. New Scale William*. Haines Bros. Wc invite you to our Show Room to inspect them. ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. Phone 184;i, 315 6th St. S.. Lethhridge, A!ts. HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. Fresh Meats Direct from the Farm Garden Seeds In Bulk, Sett Onions, Multipliers We have a good assortment of the above lines at prices as low as you can buy direct from the ^eed houses. We also take orderi for field seeds of all kinds at exactly the same price you would pay by getting them direct yourself, besides we save you the trouble of sending in the orders. Anything in seeds you want. Send us vour orders and we will do the rest. HIGH CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 5 2 5 EASTMAN KODAKS You will be surprised at the pleasure to be derived from a GOOD CAMERA. We have a well equipped camera department ami can take care of all your needs in this respect. Prices are as low as quality permits and satisfaction is guaranteed ai all times. ( THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. store NEXT OALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 MARKETS POET KILLED � The lamentable killing of Mrs. Lena j Ford, the American poet, in the re- j (cent London air raid adds another ilia-I HrinKUished name to the list of war \ jaiiartyrs. Her best known poem. I i*'Keep the Home Fires Burning." has j Kbeen one of the most popular and : IbsBl loved songs of the soldiers at i �the front. Both words and tune are : appealing, and the song is more likely! to endure in popular affection than' some other war songs, such as "it's a Long Way to Tipperary." It is said Lthat "Annie Laurie." that tender old 'sons, is still one of the favorites with [iboth the British Tommy and the American Sammy at the front. An American writer has wittily referred to "Annie Laurie" as "the universal 'sweetheart of the soldier." ARLOW'S EAT... ARKET PHONE 7S6 1110 SIXTH AV.E. Close. 31% S7% 162 378% 370 88% SITs MR. J. R. HASTINGS, of Winona. Ontario! who is chairman of the Food Control: Fruit and Vegetable Committee. j Winnipeg. April 17.-Cash oats were j 'weak today with spreads unchanged to 1-c lower. Holders were disposed : i to sell at the prevailing prices and ! i offerings were very small. j | Prices on cash barley were tin-changed, with buyers out of the mar- j ket. ' j i The cash demand for flax was poor ; j today. Number 1 was at'Mny price. I Future oats was decidedly erratic, j being very bearish at the opening but j remaining strongly about noon. May j close;! l-2c higher and July l-4c lower, j Barley closed l-2c higher for May. Flax closed 4 it-iu lower for May and six cents lower tor July. Winnipeg Market OaU- Open May............. ?Q*'a July ....... ....... SV Barlev- May ................. Flax- ' May...........;.- SS-i j July ............. aso I Cash Pricss i Oats- No. 2 C.W... 91% .No. S C.W.. Extra No. 1 feed............. No. 1 feed.. Ss% No. 2 feed. | Barley- : No. 5 ......157 No. 4 | Flax-No. 1 N.W.C............ No. 2 C.W.. . 374 % No. 3 C.W.. . 353 % Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg. Apr. 17.-The cattle trading was strong and aciive on all grades of butcher cattle and also on stockers and feeders. Hog prices dropped 25 cents. . Quotations: Butcher steers to $14: heifers $8 to $12; cows J5.50 to $11.50; bulls $7 to $10; oxen $6 tn ?10; stockers and feeders IS to ?10.50; veal calves $7 to S1.">.">0. . ^. 132 -378% Formaldehyde From 1917 Stock In the face of the .warning from the. government y'ou will not want to use this year's Formaldehyde until it has been tested. We have a .ptttrt barrel of this from la^t year and this has proven to be alright. BLUE STONE This . is recommended by the government for use. W� HAVE it THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO. Sherlock' building I TlfllKEY QUARRELS Serious Disputes Over (he Spoils of War-Germany Tries To Pacify Them I Washington. April 17.-Spoils of war have given rise to serious hound-.' ary disputes between Turkey and Bul-j garia, but which Germany is under-I taking to smooth away to prevent a 1 rupturo between her vassal allies. I . An official despatch from Switzer-: land says Mr. HeU'ferieh has return- cd to Berlin, coming from great head-I Quarters, where he held a long conference with the emperor, Hindon-burg,- Ludendorff and the chancellor. It is said thut the conferences dealt with the differences which have, arisen between Bulgaria and Turkey j upon, the subject of the boundary of the common frontier. Helffertch seems to have received the difficult mission to act as mediator between the two countries which are, it appears, .very much arousal against each otli- The Rev. A. J. Vale, of Hay River. Great Slave Lake, has left Toronto tor the diocese of Ottawa, and will then go west. MRS. ARNOLD LOSES APPEAL Widow of. Manager of Dominion Trust Will Not Git Insurance' BETTER GARDENS - Have you planned your WAR GARDEN. Do it in that extra hour tonight. See us for the seeds. We carry the beBt line of package seed. Sweet Pea Seed, 10c oz. THE FRANK HEDLEY CO. Vancouver, 3. C. April! .16- The a^t. real of Mrs. Arnold, wife of the lete W. n. Arnold, manager of the Dom'.u-fion Trust company, to the supreme | court of Canada, against the judgment  of Justice Macdonald, who ruled i against her in her case against the [ Dominion Trust Company for $7f> OOfl  of the insurance on the life o" her lius-  band, has been dismissed with co."ts, j by the supreme court. j Arnold'-, will provided for the pay-i ment. to his wife of ?in,ut10 out of the j insurance on h's life, but the liquida: j tor contested the ^laini and at the trial of the action claimed that the policy1 out of .which the bequest .should be paid had not been properly Identified. Justice Macdonald gave judgment against the plaintiff. An appeal was at once taken to the court of appeal the judgment being sustained. Bluestone and Formaldehyde For the timid ones who have gotten cold foot U\om the unfounded reports J'ou Formaldehyde, we have" a limited amount of � . � x BLUE STONE , We still have faith in FORMALDEHYDE and continue to- book'orders irrespective of rumors,^ The government finding will be announced today or tomorrow. J. D. Higiobetham & Co "� Limited ACjerta's Pioneer Druggists* Wholesale and Retail Chemist* TELEPHONE No. 822 CITY AND DISTRICT Buys Oldsmobile Frank Coffin of -Stirling, has purchased a fine eight cylinder Oltlsmc-bile from Livingstone and Pilling of Lcthbridge. Why postpone Painting and Varnishing. Now is the time to c!o it, and today's prices are lower than they will be later. Ready-ra'xed Paint We are agents (or the Celebrated "Prism" Brand made by the Canada Paint Co. No better paint manufactured. Our guarantee goes with it. the city. Inspector Land Offices V J. W. Martin, inspector of Dominion land offices, is in the city today visiting the local office which is now in charge of the whole'of Southern Alberta. Fetlaw Hardware Company, Limited The Iletlaw Hardware Company, Limited has been duly incorporated with a capital stock of $2,i.d0i).tnj: Tim officers of the company are Stanley D. Peacock of Lethhridge. president, W. T. Rogers of Commerce, secretary-treat urer. and Clayton W. Johnston of Rotlaw, vice-president and manager. J. T. Tasker Returns J. T. Tasker. who has boon spending Ihe winter in Portland. Ore.. I where he has interests, has returned i to tiie district and will look after his farming, interests here during the i summer. Mr. Tasker states that tiie j Liberty loan drive in Portland was a ! great success, and showed ihe people ! of that section of the States to be more solid than ever for the war. PHONE 1212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH WING OF THE NEW ART GALLERY just completed at the Grange, Toronto, beginning with an exhibit of Canadian art. x The Twentieth Century Book Store "Everybody'* Book Shop" "We Sell the Books Being Talked About" 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 ANNOUNCEMENT The Salvation Army will give a con-' cert in Percival Hall. Coalhurst at 8 o'clock Friday. April 19th. Bant} in attendance. Admission 50 cts." , McClary's Sunshine Furnace Is Extremely Easy To Operate .Ithas every labor-saving convenience and is a furnace that anyone can look after without spoiling clothes or temper. For instance, the water pan is just above the feed door, where it can be filled without stooping. There are dozens of other good features you'll appreciate.. Call and see this furnace and find out about the special installation service that reduces fuel bills. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIOQE. ALBERTA | A meeting of the Retail Clerks' association will be held Thursday night at SM0 at the Labor hall. Open /meeting. All clerks welcome. 107-2. | -r- i ; Through the kindness of Principal ! Davidson, the boys of the Central, i School have made an offer to assist. Soldier's wives and mothers with their garden -work. Will any Soldier's dependents desiring their garden work done, kindly advise Miss Donald at the Canadian Patriotic Fund Office, phone 701, on Wednesday or Thursday, and , their address will be handed to Mr.! Davidson. 106-2, , We are Selling 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. 8. Phone 545 Death of Mrs. Hewitt There died at Gait Hospital today, April 17th, .Mrs. Agnes (Jeivitt,, wife of Mathew II. Hewitt. Site leaves to mourn her loss 4 daughters and four sons, MrS. James H. Pilling of Cards-ton; .Mrs. Theodore Krno. of Leth-bridge; Mrs. Jack Summers, of West Hartlepool, England; Mrs. Don C. Hyde, of Lethhridge: R. W. Hewitt and wife. M. II. Hewitt, F. Hewitt and Rich aid II. Hewitt, ail of Leth bridge, now in France. Funeral arrangements will be announced later. It was only this week that news was received of the wounding of Richard Hewitt, one of the sons, in action. The family have lived In Lethhridge for several years, and have a wide circle of friends here. OR. A. E. FINLEV, M.P., tor Bourls, Man. 'Designed for Yea"Hair Cuts WEST BROOK BROS Opposite Bank of Montreal THE SANITARY SHQP Now Doing Business IN OUR NEW STOBE IN THE LETHBRIOQE HOTEL BLOCK, 206 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Robertson's Book^tfN^e. Phone 1265* Buy Meat from your Home Our phone service will give you complete satisfaction. R. C0ULTRY The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 492 :ARM After Five Days the Price Goes Up! I 48G easy. ACRES between Wilson Siding and Stirling .Gantly rolling. For five days only" at $17.00 acre. Cash $2400.00. Balance ACRES, Macleod district. Fine crop dhjtrict, soil black loam. Lots moisture. 300 acres steam plow. Fine water. School on property. For five dsys $13.00 acre. $1200.00^ cash. Balance easy. 100 Improved Farms Stock Ranches 8c Leases Raw Land, Crop Payment J. HARRIS & CO. ESTABLISHED 10 YEARS NEAR HUDSON'S. BAY STORE FAMILY PORTRAITURE . Make it an annual duty tls*3r$, Seals end Stock Certificates. A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. v EVERALL & FRANKS Slnnott Block, cor. 4th Ave. and pth St. Phone 1107 ;