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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PIANOS OF QUALiTY Stelnway, 'Soi-dUcimer. Now Scale \Vil!Uun3, Haines Bros. We InvUe yon to our 3!iov Itoom to inspect ihcni. . A��IWIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. Phone 154i;, 315 6th St. S., Lethbridge, A!t�. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM �.00 A.M. TO a.OO P.M. Fresh Meats Direct from the Farm Delany's Meat Co. FIFTH ST. S. OPPbS(TE^.\LLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 EASTMAN KODAKS You wili br surprised at the pleasuro to be denvod from a GOOD CAMERA. Wo li.ive a %voll equipped camera det>.irttnent and can talce care oi a)l your needs in this respect. Trices are as low as quality i permits and .satisfaction is guanintced at all times. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO.. Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL ^^^^^tMn^ Store PHONE 1487 Our Specials this Week End 167 Boxes Apples Ja^t Received, All Repacked. Special While They Last, $1.50 APPLES. F.nncy Stock Wioeiaps and Yellow Newton Pippins, psr cass .................. $3.00 BANANAS, per pound ..............~........ 10c ORANGES, N�v�l� and Valencia*, per dozen, 60c. 60c. 70c and.............................. 80c LEMONS, large tixe, per doien .............45o WE EXPECT POR SATURDAY Freth StrawbCN j,"^ rics. Head Lettuce, Celery, Hot Hou�e Cucumbers, Green Onipns. Radishes, New Cabbage, Asparagus, Ripe Tomatoes arid Rhubarb. All the .-ibove will be priced at the lowest market prices. POTATOES. Dry, mealy stock, per cwt.....$2.25 COOKING ONIONS. 7 lb*, for .............. 25c CARROTS. 7 lbs. for ....................... 25(j BEETS. 7 Ihs. for ........................ 2Sc PAR.SNIPS, 6 lbs. for.......................aSc TURNIPS, 12 lbs. for.......>...............25c GINGER SNAPS, 2 lbs, for................. 35c FINEST ONTARIO CHEESE, 2 lbs. for......55c CREAM BRICK CHEESE, per lb.............45c OLEOMARGARINE, beat quality, per lb. ... 40c BOILED HAM A ROAST PORK WITH DRESSING, Sliced, per lb...................... 60c BAKED LUNCHEON LOAF, per lb. . .......40c OX TONGUE, Sliced, per lb................70e HONEY, in the comb, Airline, very finest, per section .................................. 40c HONEYSPREAD, ^er package ..............40c, MAPLE SYRUP, Bow��, absolutely pure. Large Bottles, each .......................65c Small bottles, each ...................... 40c CATSUP, Libby's in bottles, pnr bottle......30c PEANUT BUTTER, in bulk, per lb..........35c ACADIA CODFISH, 2 lb. boxes, each........45c BARRINGTON HALL SOLUBLE COFFEE, in glass jars. Price eech .................... 46c HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 525 SEEM MIR EMPLOYEESREGIS'R Ottawa. April IS.-In view of the impending call to Hie colors of all unmarried men and vidowers betweeti the oges of 30 ilnd l';!. particular attention to the unties of employers as laid down by the .Military Service veg-uiations. The regulations stipulate ARIOW'S EAT. .. ARKET PHONE 7�S 1110 SIXTH ave. 8. � that "it shall be the duty," of every emplo.ver to tnakf inquiries to see if lie has in his entplo.v any man who has faiJed to respond to a rail. .\n employee is required to answer any quef-tion put to liim by hi.? employer, for this purpose. The employer is theti required to "report to the inini-ster. according to the l.test of his knowledge, information and belief.- the names and addresses and whereabouts at the time of all employees in his service called out who have failed to report" An employer who neglects or refuses to comply witli this regulation is liable to a fine for each employee of not more than SlOO and not less than .S.")ii. or to three months' iuipri.soamettt. or both fine and imprisonment. Kvery employer wlio knowingly eii:-p\oys or retains in his service any luan who hss deserted or who is absent without leave froia the Canadian Expeditionary Force is liable to imprisonment not exceeding six months or to a fine of not less than flOO act! not more than $500. Further every person is liable to a penalty of not less than %'M ami not more than $500 who knowingly employs or engages in his service or continues in his sen^ice for a period of seven days any luan who belongs to any class or sub-class which has been called out and vrUo has not reportej. MARKETS Winnipeg Market Oats- Open. Mav ............. . anil $9.50; common $7 and $7.50; butcher cow.s, choice. $9.25 and $10.50; medium, .$S.7.'. and lit. ^ Sheep; ewes $12 and $15; Iambs Jlii and $20. Hogs"s fed and watered, $20. Calves $14 and $15.50. Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg, April IS.-Receipts at the Union Stock Yards today were 500 cattle and 1287 hogs. Butcher cattle were strong and firtn. Hogs weak. Butcher steers $10 to $14; heifers $S.50 to $13; cows $5.25 to $12,50; bulls $7.50 to $10.50; o-ven $7 to $10; stock-ers and feeders $7.75 to 10.50; calves $6.30 to $15. Hogs, selects. $19.,50; heavies. $16 to $17; sows $16 to $17; light $16.50 to $19. Fopmaldehyde From 1917 Stock In the face p� the .warning from the goyernment you will not want to use this year's Formaldehyde until it has been tested. We have a^Jlnrt barrel of this from last year and this has proven to be alright. BLUE STONE This is recommended by the ! government tor use. WE HAVE IT \ THE RED ((rOSS DRUG &BQOKCO. SHERLOCK BUILDING ^ilCITY AND DISTRICT Rossland Visitor aiajor S. Cniicksh.Tnk.s of RosslanJ. B. C, is in the city today. SOLDIER'^AWDIDATE Victoria. B. C.JVpril 18.-The Great War Veterans Association last night decided a returned soldier woulil be put np as a candidate at the forthcoming bye-elpctjyn, ta fill the vacancy in Victoria. icABsed by the death of Premier Brewstei;- The Twentieth Century Book Store "Everybody's Book Shop" ''We SeU the Bookfi Being Talked About" 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 Itecently. under the auspices of the Tri-?.lu Brotherhood of the Point St. ('!iarlo.-i Baptist Church two brass tablets were unveiled in the church in | memory of two fallen heroes, Sergt. Hillier and Sergt. Jos. Hill. At tiie same time two roUs of honor were unveiled. ANNOUNCEMENT The Salvation Army will give a concert in Percival Hall, Coalhurst at 8 o'clock Friday, April 19th. Band in attendance. Admission 50 cts. LEASE WHARF Vancouver, April 18.-Mayor Gale this morning signed a contract with the Defiance Packing Company bv �'.vhich the city leased the municipal wharf at the foot of Gore avenue to the company and the latter undertakes to sell to consumers fresh fish at from five to ten,cents a pound. A meeting of the RetaiKCIerks' association will be held Thursday night at 8.30 at the Labor hall. Open meeting. All clerks welcome. 107-2 Through the kindness of Principal ; Davidson, the boys of the Central School have made an offer to assist j Soldier's wives and mothers with their i garden .work. Will any Soldier's rte-j pendents desiring their garden work j done, kindly advise Miss Donald at the 1 j Canadian Patriotic Fund Office, phone 1 701, on Wednesday or Thursday, and tlieir address will be handed to Mr., Davidson. 106-2 McClary's Sunshine Furnace| It Extremely Easy To Operate It has 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 istooping. There are dozens of other good features you'll appreciate. Call and see this furnace and find out about the special {nstallation service that reduces fuel bills. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA BIRTHS BALIA-To Mr. and MrH. J. W.! Ball. 945 7th St. S., on April 14th, a j i son." 108^1 ' I ALEXAXDER-To Mr. and Mrs. J. 1 I Harry Alexander on Wedne.�!day, I .\pril 17tli, a daughter, "Doreen". I _  . 108-Ix 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. S. Phone S45 Bluestone and Formaldehyde For the timid ones who ha"e gotten cold feet from the unfounded reports on Formaldehyde, we have a limited amount of BLUE STONE We still have faith iii FORMALDEHYDE and continue to book orders irrespective of rumors. The" government finding will be announced today or tomorrow. J. D. fligiabothan & Co - LimiUd --- rim J^Uffigtt ito0* �Alberta's Pioneer Oruggtsts* Wholesale and Retail Chemlsta, TELEPHONE No. 32S "Designed for W Hair Cute WESTBROOK BROS a Opposite Bank of Mentretl THE SANITARY SHOP --^^^^^ Now Doing Business IN OUR NEW STORE IN THE LETHBRIDGE HOTEi. BLOCK, 206 FSFTH STREET SOUTH Robertson's BooIcStore ' Phole Funeral of Mrs. Hewitt The funeral of Mrs. Hewitt will be held on Saturday .-ifternoon. The hour will be announced later. At Fetterley's Those wishing to view the remains of Mrs. Trasler of Etzikom, may do so by calling this evening at Fetterley's Undertaking Parlors. Will Probably Recover riodglas Stodd.ird of Cardston, seriously injured op Sunday in an auto accident, has regained consciousness and has a good chance for recovery. ' May Come Here Sergt. McLaren ;s closing up the Irvine det.tchraent and may be tr.ins-ferred to Lethbridge,-Medicine Hat News. Has Farm Interests Mr. Lacy J. P.atterson of Marshall-town, la., is in the city. Mr. Patterson has farming interests here and i.s making his annual trip to look after the year's arrangements. I I. O. O. F. Lethbridge Encampment No. 7. I.O. O.F. will confer the Golden Roll, degree tonight. All patriarchs reqiiest-ed to attend. Visiting patriarchs cordially invited. Masonic Meeting The regular meeting of Lellibridgo bodge No. 33. A.F. and A.M. will be held in the Dominion Block at eight o'clock. The third degree will be conferred. Extend Thanks The G. W. V. A. wish to thapk Mrs. Andrews and the other ladies of the Next-of-Ki!i who handled the refreshments at the dance last Friday evening. Comss to Lethbridge Mr. W. H. Gordon, clerk of the Mounted Police force, leaves for Lethbridge tonight to take a position on the divisional headquarters staff, - Medicine Hat News. Hon. McLean Here Hon. A. J. McLean, minister of puh-lic works is in the city today after the Hession. He has been making a tour of the soutUern districts, having visited Pincher Creek and MacletM and making arrangements for the summer's road work in those districts. U. S. STEAMER SUNK New York, April 18.-The American steamsiiip A. A. Raven, 245S tons groa.'i, owned by J. W. Eiwei) and Company, was sunk by a submarine during the Becond week of March, according to word received in shipping circles here today. The vessel was under requisition by the United States shipping board for foreign service. No details of the sinking have been received here. Buy Meat from your Home Our phone service will give you complete satisfaction. R, COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 492 Why postpone Painting and Varnishing. Now is the tintie to do it, and today's prices are lower than they will be later. Ready-mixed Parint We are agents for the Celebrated 'Trism" Brand made by the Canada Paint Co. No better paint manufactured. Our guarantee goes with it. Varnishes Wc have varnish suited for every purpose, also Varniah stain for general use and a particularly high quality made especially for floors. This is of the celebrated Pratt and Lambert make and is guaranteed to stand hard .wear. We also carry a largo stock of Knamels, Alabastino, Corallte, and everything in this line. Consumers' Hardware Company PHONE 1212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH WANI REPORT ON . OIL FIELDS Saskatoon, April 18.-At the board of trade quarterly meeting last evening Prof. MacLtiurin moved a resolution from the natural resources cotn-mittee that they r,equeat the Canadian government to ask Mark L. Kequa. director of oil resources for the United States government, to lend one of hi.s oil experts to our government to report upon Canadian oil finds and prospects, i A telegram w�s sent Sir Robert Borden ana other ministers at Ottawa to this effect. Recent oil ffnd.s in Northern Alberta and prospects of finding oil in various parts of Albcrtu and SaBkatdhewau were quoted as demanding thorough inquiry into Canada's oil resou�cas. TO OUR FLAG Thou dear old flag, dearer than erst by far; No stripe obscured, we lo^o thy every bar; Of banners all most beautiful and best. Pride of hcroi;, hope of the op-pres.'sed; From polar snow to Carribean wave, Shalt float o'er freemen-never know a slave. At last thou art what thou wert meant to he. The glorious ensign of humanity. -Dr. O. D. Weeks, Cardston, returned "vet." --- FARM LANDS After Five Days the Price Goes Up! 480 easy. ACRES between" Wilson Siding and Stirling .Gently rolling.. For five days only at $17.00 acre. Cash $2400.00. Balance if fiA '^Cf'^S' Macleod district. Fine crop district, soil black loam. TtOw Lots moisture, 300 acres steam plow. Fine water. School on property. For five dr.ys $13.00 acre. $1200.00 cash. Balance easy. 100 Inipro?ed Farms Stock Ranches & Leases Raw Land, Crop Payment J. HARRIS I CO. ESTABLISHED 10 YEARS NEAR HUDSON'S BAY STORE. FAMILY PORTRAITURE Make it an annual duty to yourselves to have your children's photo taken. You will be creating abiding pleasures lor your later years. Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. 8. Phone 1471 Office Equipment Office" and Typewriter Desks. Chairs, Filing Cabinets, Agents foi� Woodstock Typewriters, Dicks Mimrtgraph, F. & E. Check Writer, Standard Bnvclope Sealer and Stamp Affixer, Surrcwghs' Adding Machine. (itoci: Renls�3r8, Seals r.nd iStbck Certificates. A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. EVERALL & FRANKS Sinnott Block, cor. 4th Ave. and 5th St. Phone 110!' ;