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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TMt PIANO* OF QUALITY 8t�l�war, Vordhrtmor. NVw Scnlr � illliiiu*. HaiMt Brn�. W'r Itirltr vmt tn ciir Hlimv Hooni to intipprt ihom. AMiNltOIA MUSIC CO.. LTO. PtfW 194'i, 315 6th St. S. L�thbrid9c. Alt*. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR CUROPCAN PLAN MCALt PROM *JCO A.M. TO �.� P.M. Fresh Meats Direct from the Farm Delany's Meat Co. 0PP6sITE PALLAS HOTEL �irTH ST. s. PHONE 452 EASTMAN KODAKS Vo'.l w.Vi hr ';iirpri��cl M tliP (ilfiL-iUi (> ;o Ik- (!iii ;i GOOD CAMERA. \V>' have a wol! fiu tii.u is giiarati;, td al all tiiiif*. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO.. Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL '^n*^ Store PHONE 14�7 Our Specials this Week End 167 Boxes Apples Ji!0 APPLES. F.mcy Stock Wincttpt �nd Yallow Newton Pippin*, per ea�� .................. t3.00 BANANAS, per pound ..................... lOe ORANGES. Nnval* �nd Valencia*, per doten. SOe. 6Cc. 70c and.............................. tOc LEMONS, large aiia, per deien ............. 4Sc WE EXPECT rOR SATURDAY Preeh ttr�wb�f>i nri. Mead Lettuce, Celery, Hot Houie Cucum bers. Green Onlona. Radlehek. New Cabbaa* AsparagiK. Ripe Tomatoc* and Rhubarb. All the ;>bove will be priced at the loweat market price*. POTATOES. Dry, mealy etock, per cwt. ... $2.25 COOKING ONIONS. 7 lb*, for .............. 2Si CARROTS. 7 lb*, for ....................... 25c BEETS. 7 lh�. for........................ 29e parsnips. 6 lb*, for ....................... S5c TURNIPS. 12 lbs. for ....................... 25c GINGEf? SNAPS. 2 lb*, for ................. 3Sc FINEST ONTARIO CHEESE. 2 lb*, for......SSe CREAM BRICK CHEESE, per lb.............4�c OLEOMAROARINt. b�ft quality, per lb. . 40c �OILED HAM A RCaJt PORK WITH ORE88- ING. Sliced, per lb...................... Mc BAKED LUNCHEON LOAF, per lb. . .�......40c OX TONOue. Slleed. per lb................ 70c HONEY. In the comb, Airline, very finatt, per �ection .................................. 40c HONEY9PREA0, f>er package .............. 40c MAPLE SYRUP, Bow**, abeolutely pure. L,irge Bottle*, each .......................SSc Small bottle*, each ...................... 40c CATSUP. Llbby'a in bottles, per bottle......30c PEANUT BUTTER, in bulk, per lb..........35c ACADIA CODFISH. 2 lb. boxe*. each........4Se BARRINGTON HALL SOLUBLE COFFEE, in glats jar�. Price each .................... 40c HIGHCLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 528 I SEE THAT MIR EMPLOYEES REGIS'R Ottawa. April 1* In �.;>miiloy.t man who li.i= fal'iPd ti> r�|Hincl to a rail .\n i-iii p!o.Mr is reguiri't to atiswt-r an; >ni''s tioii imt to liita liy hi nariK-s and ari'lrPfKPs .Till) whi-rinitxiins at the tinio (1! all pniployocs in his s* r\ icr called I out who biivp faileil to rfport." An ouiployer who nepli'if* or rofus-' IS i.i lon.ply with this r.^tculaiion is i;ali!^ to II flnt> for � aih employee of iiof iiiorp than Jli'i' and not l"s- than N.'io, Of to ;l>ri'i' months' iuiprisouiiif^nt. iif i'oth fii;>> and iuM'isonnipnt. Kv.iy .'iiiiik'vcr wlio l^nowinsly and not mure than tStio. Further every person is liaolc to a penalty of not lesn than 5.'ii' and not more than lotttt who knowingly employ* or engage In his service or cnn-tlnues in hi* ser� ice for a period of seren dars any man who bolonc; to any cln.^s or subclass wlili ii has lieen called ou; and *bo has not rept-Mtt'd. MARKETS Winnipeg Market Oats - Open. Clwiv .Mav ............. >t\i... S9U July ........... S8 Sis Harley - May................. i^:; Klax M..V July John Little, who went >o Portage U Prairie. Man., in 1S*2 from Tillson-' burg, died in Winnipeg. A Grain of Wheat in the Ground Is better than a 3ushel in The Gopher POISOK THE GOPHER WITH OOPHERCIOE. KILL-EM-QUICK. STRYCHNINE, CYANIDE OF POTASH, ARSENIC. WE HAVE THE BEST. LET US QUOTE PRICES. THE FRANK HEDLEY CO. .......... ;!TS u-.f. ......... ;!::. ;!T4\ Caeh Prices Oat>- .No r W . . Si>a., No 3 C.W ., St'iS* Kxira .Vi> 1 feed ..............^ Sfiv. v.>. I feed., No. J feed.. Sn'* BarUv .No :. ......l.'i." -Vo 4 ......l.-.ii No 1 N \vr ..................iTC No J i' W . .r.Tl'.j No :! C.W. Toronto Liveetcck Toronto, .\pril 18.-Receipts: .ISO cattle and i;i:!y hogs. Qviotatlons. Kxpovt cattlT>, choice. $lJ.2r> and export bull�, lit atuLi *lii.".ii; butcher cattle, choice, llO.T.i I and *U..'>ii. medium $? and 9.5li-. j �.oiiiiiion $T und IT r.O; butcher cow?, clioUe. |9 2.T and |lo.."ii; medium, $^7'. and 111. ^ .Slieep: ev.es |1-' and ll."; lambs Jl!i and iL'ii. I lloKs; led and watered. tJi^. 1 Calves 114 and ll.'>.5li. Winnipeg Liveatock Winnipeg. April IS.-Ilereipts at the ("aion Stock Yards today were alio cattle aud 12S7 hogR. Butcher cattle were strong and firm. Hogs weak. Butcher steers ttO to $14: lieiferH .tS TiO to |l;{; cows to.Z:> to 112.50; bulls IT.50 to |lo..-,0; oxen I" to |10; stock-ers and feeders 17.75 to in 50; calves 16 -n to 115, Hogs, selects. 119.50; heavies. 116 to 117; sows 116 to |17; light 11650 to 119. i - Formaldehyde From 1917 Stock tn the face of the ..varniug from the government you will rot want to use tlii.s year's For-maldehyd** until it has been tested. We have a^}l�rt baricl of this from last year and this has prov-en to be alright. BLUE STONE Th:."! is i^coninietiied by the ! government for Aise. we HAVE IT I THE RED dtOSS DRUG & BOOK CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING CITY AND DISTRICT Ro**land Vi*itor Major S. Cruickshanks of Uossland. H I"., is in the city today. Funeral of Mr*. Hewitt , The funeral of Mrs. Hewitt will be held on .Saturday afternoon. The hoiir will be announced later. I At Fetterley'* Those witihinK to view the remains , of .Mrs. Tra.sler of Ktzikooi, may do so j by culling this evening al Ketterley's I rndertaking Parlors. Will Probably Recover DotlRlus Stoddard of (."ardston. seriously injured on Sunday in an mtfo accident, has regained consciousness and has a good chance for recovery. ' May Come Here Sergt McLaren is ilositts up the Ii-vlne detiichment and m;(y be transferred tu Lethbridgc.- .Mediiiue Mat News. SOLDIER QANOIOATE Keceiitly. under the auspices of the Tri .'lu Brotherhood of the Point St.' (Carles IJaptiat Church two brass tal>-lets wore unveiled in the church in ineinory of two fallen heroes, Sergt.l lllllier and Sergt. Jos Hill. At the same time two roUs of honor were unveiled. The Twentieth Century Book Store "Everybody's Book Shop" ''We SeU the Books Beinc Talked About" 14 FOURTH AVBNUI PHONE 613 AXNOUNCEMKNT The Salvation Army will give a concert in Percival Hall, Coalhui^t at S odock Friday, April ISth. Band in attendance. Admission 5ii cts. Victoria, B. C April 18.-The Great War Veterans A.i^socfation last night decided a returned aoldter would be put up a� 8 candidate at th� forthcoming hye-elpctiyn. ta till the vacancy in Victorta, cil*ed by the death of Premier Brew.stei;. LEASE WHARF Vancouver, April IS.- Mayor Gale this morning sigtied a contract with the Defiance Packing Conipanv hv '.vhich the city leased the municipal wharf at the toot of Gore avenue to the company and the latter undertakes to sell to consumers fresh fish at from five to ten cents a pound. Haa Farm Intereat* Mr. I^cy J. Patterson of Marshall-town, la., i.s in the city. Mr. Patterson has furniing interests here ,nnd is making his auiiuul trip to look after the year's arrangements. I. O. O. P. LcthbridK*" Kncampment No 7. I.O OF. will confer the Golden lloll d>-greo tcmight All patrian lis requested to attend. Visiting p.itriardi.s cordially invited. WINDOW CLASS, IHITTY/-rN PAINTS, VARNISH jI'I? 111!" SAVE HM'l .HOUSE Why postpone Painting and Varnishing. Now is the time to do it, and today's prices are lower than they will be later. Ready-mix�d Parint We arc agents for the Celebrated **Prism" Brand made by the Canada Paint Co. No better paint manufactured. Our guarantee goes with it. Varnishes Wo have varnish suited for every pvirpose. also Varnish stain for Kcner.Tl use and a particularly liiph ijuality made estwdully for floors. This Is of the celehnited Pratt and Lambert make and is guaranteed to stand hard '.var. We also carry a large stock of Knam-'ls, Alabastlne, t'orallie, and iverythinK in this Hue. Coniumers' Hardware Company PHONE 1212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH 4 Maaonic Meeting The regular meetinj; of l.ethbridge Lodge No. ;�9, A.F. and A.M. will be held in the Dominion Block at eight o'clock. The third degree will hu abor hall. Open meeting. a I! clerks welcome. 107-J McClary's Sunshine Furnace If Extremely Easy To Operate It has every labor-saving convenience and is a furnace that anyone can look after without Gpoiling clothes or temper. For Instance, the water pan is j\>st above the [�eed door, where it can be filled without ittooping. There are dozens of other good features you'll appreciate. Call and tee this furnace and find out about the special ilnstallation service that reduces fuel bills. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. RKARSTAPPOWO ELOCK t.ETHaHH>OE. AfERTA 1 Through the kindness of Principal Uavidson, the boys of ilie I'enlral School have niade an offer to aaslst I Soldier's wiveI. on Wednesday or Thursday, and their address will Ije handed to Mr. Davidson. 106-2 BIRTHS BALL-To Mr and Mrs. J. W. { Ball, 945 7th St. S , on April 14th. a iaon.' 108-1 i ALKXANDER-To Mr. and Mr�. J. I Harry Alexander on Wednesday, .\prii I7tli, a daughter, "Doreen". j , ^ 108-1� We are Selling Af enU for the Moline Universal Tractor ai cts dtiiTfr  Tractor Today. Superior Supply Co. FARM LABOR We can fuppljr farmeri with experienced he^. A number of mfn art on tha ground waiting for work. WIRC OP PHONE The Beatley Employment Agency 110 Fifth St. a. Phono MS Bluestone and Formaldehyde For the tiniil ones who ha>'e gotten cold feet from the unfounded rei>ort� on Formaldehyde, we have a limited amount of BLUE STONE We still have faith In FORMALDEHYDE and continue to book orders irrespective iif rumurii, Th�r stov-erament finding will be announced today or tomorrow. J. D. Hisiabotbii k Co - Umitod - Alberta'* Plonaor OruggltU* Whel**al* and Rttall ChemlMa. TELEPHONE No. I2t Com�s to Lethbridge Mr. W. II. Gordon, clerk of the Mounted Police for; e. leaves for Lctli-I bridge loniKht to take a position on i the divL^ional headfjunrtcrs staff. -I .Medicine Hat .News. CAN. OIL FIELDS I and prospects of findfnfT oil in vnrioiis pans of Alberta and Saskatrtiewaii were imoted as demundinK thoroiiKit I inquiry into Canada's oil regoiwcQ v, TO OUR FLAG Saskatoon. April 18.-At the hoard of trifde qtiarterly meeting last evening Prof. MacLuurln moved a resolu-1 tioii from the natural resourcos com-; tuitlen that they i;equest the Canadian Kovernment to ask Mark 1.. Kequa. dl.-ector of oil resources for the Fnited ' Stateu government, to lend one of hi^. oil exf�rts to our governinent to report upon Canadian oil finds and prospect;;. I \ lolPKram w�� aent -Sir Kohert Borden und other mlnlat'rs at Ottawa to this effect. Itei (nt oil finds in Xorthern Alherta Thou dear eld flag, dearer than erM by far. N'o stripe ohricvired, we lova thy ^Ik every liar; "'J Of banners all ino,' crentinc abiding vleaiare* tor your later yeara. Smith's Studio MS Third Ave. 8. Phone 1471 Office Equipment Office" and Typewriter Deak*. Chaira, Filing Cabinet*. Agent* f�i* Woodalock Typewriters, Dicks Mlm��graph, F. A E. Cheek Writer, Standard EInvclop* Sealer and Stamp Afflaer, Burrc�igh*' Addinf Machine. Steel: RenU^sre. Sealt end Stbek Certlflcatea. A PULL LINE OP OFFICE STATIONERY. EVERALL & FRANKS SInnett Bloefc, eor. 4th Ave. and Bih St Phone 110? 09 ;