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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta T}4 No. 2 feed.. Barley- No! fiuoted. Flax-No. 1 N.W.C. . No. 2 C. W. ... Close. l.-|0 I 82 ............3?i>U 375U Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg. April 22.-Receipts at the I'nion Stock Yards today were 300 c.->-ttle and Sal hogs. Cattle market v.'as steady, most offerings being stocker stuff. Hogs were steady. Butcher ers. ?S.5l'> to ' bulls ?7.50 to $10.50; oxen ?6.,50 li $10.50; stocUers and feeders ?S to' $10.50; calves, J7,50 to ?15. * \ Hogs-Selects. SI 9.50; heavier, J>16 ' 10 $17; sows. $1C to .?1T; light. $17 to' $19. I ^(eers $10.-'iO to .'514;'. heif-$13; cojws $5.50 to $12.50; Formaldehyde Froift 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 ot this from last year and this has prov. cn to beJtriright. BLUE STONE This is recommended by the government for Hse. we HAVE IT THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING CI^Y AND DISTRICT Returned Soldier I'te. ,1. Steeple wlio went overseas with the n3th Lethbridge Highlanders arrived in the city yesterday. 'Moose Meeting Loyal Order of Moose No. 7y2 will hold their regular meeting Tuesday night at o'clock nt Moose hall. ' Iii-ltial''.ou of candidates. Visiting brothers welcome. Telegraph Officials Mr. w! MavsUall, assistant manager of the t;. r. U. telegraphs accompanied by Snpt. Ti, L. Howard, arrived in the city this afternoon to visit the lo^l offices ot the company. - Remanded for Sentence ( Heriiiau l->. -Miller. oC Cardston, ap-' peared before His Honor Judge .fack-^on this morning in llistrict Court and pleaded gtHlty on seven charges of .stealing wlio.".t from farmers in the . Cardston district. He was remanded for sentence till May 11th. � O TO Washington. April 23.-Count CaernJn, according to an official despatch fxom Prance today is to be appointed ambassador to Berlin. Quoting a telegram from Zurich. Iho despatch says it should be borne in mind that ' Emjieror Charlr:; in iiis last letter to Czernin informed him that It would not be long before he received a new post. � *>! ? ? FOOieOOZEUiER Local Garaj^e Keeper Appears in A. P. P. Court on Two Charges "It is planned to complete the reg- : * > . A Grain of Wlieat in ihe Ground Is better than a Bushel in The Goph er POISON THE QOPHER WITH GCPHERCIDE, KILL-Ei.'.-QUICK, STRYCHNINE, CYANIDE OF POTASH, ARSENIC. WE HAVE THE BEST. LET US QUOTE PRICES. THE FRANK HEDLEY CO- George Frederickson had a rui�-in i with Detectives llesketh and ^\'iBg of tIie^\.P.P. who raided his garage on 7tli .\ve. S./on Saturday securing iio battles of liquor under the garage floor. He appoared-^ before Magistrate i:iton in A.P.P. court this morning charged with having liquor ioj sale or barter. i 'Fredericksan is also cUarsicd with ; having attempted to comiaJ.t nrsosi. ; Thi:i ciiarge arose out ot what the , detectives declare was a deliberate; ' attempt by Frederlckson to burn up , ; ilie police car after the booze had i been loaded into it. The detectives : ; state that kerosene was dumped on ; the floor under the car, and a piece ; 1 of burning waste paper vvas thrown' i oh it. Only quick worV; by Detective' j Wigg saved the car. which he shoved , ;hrough the flames'into the open air. ^ \ FredericVison is remanded till Tues- � i day morning on |1,000 cash bail. The Twentieth Century Book Store "Everybody's Book Shop" "We SeU the Books Beinp Talked About'' 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 CARD OF THANKS Mr. Mathew H. Hewi* and family wish to express their 'gincore thanks to triehds, neighbors. Next of Kin as.SDciation and Latter Kay .Saints for their kind help and sympathy iiy-tlieir recent bereavement, also �or floral tributes. lU-1 Mother's Day Mother!s Day Conies on Sunday, May IZth nave just received some very appropriate greeting cards for theil occasion. They range-fn^'^rlce as high as thirty ceiiu. As they are being picked up rapidly we would suggest that selactlon be made without delay. � I �. J. D. Higiobothim k Co --" Limited --- Alberta's Planeer OfUBjIsts* Wholesale end Retail Chemltta. jELEPHONB No, 321 For Red Cross The lion, treas. Rod Cross Society acknowledges wit'li thanks the sijm of $57.72 received from Mr. H. Fleetwood, sec.-treas. school board. This amount was donated by the Teachers and Pupils of the Central ^school, Lethbridge. The donation from the employees of the Gait mines for the month of .March ajnounted to $370.00 which is gratefully ackuowlcdged. MAY MELT SILVER KOUSE Why postpone Pairfling and Varnishing. Now is the time to do it, and today's prices are lower than they will be later. ^ Ready-mfx^d Paint We are agenls lor the Celebrated "Prism" Brand made by the Canada Paint Go. No better paint manufactured. Our guarantee goes with it. Varnishes We have varnish suited for every purpo.sp, also Varnish stain for general us'e an�l^ ;i. particularly high (luality made especially for floors. This Is. of. the celebvated Pratt .,ind Lambert make and is guariYBteed~to stand hard .wear. We also carry a large stock of Enamels, Alabastine, Coralite, Tiiid everything in this line. Consumers' Hardware Company pmone 1212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH rr New Y'ork. April 22. -Tl;e govern , ment's plan to melt several hundred , millions of silver dollars now in the , treasury vaults, fixing an arbitrary | price of $1 an ounce has again stimulated the demand for that nietal in the local markets. *0�'!'���4-'>*��0l GUNNER AL ROgS IS RUN OVER Calgary, April 22.-Gunner Al Jtoss of the 78th Battery wag run down by an automobile on Saturday afternoon. He was severely shaken up but was not seriously in.iured and is back on duty today. ? ? .> a <. i 4. .J. ,;. .j. ,;, .j. .j. ^ ^. ANNOUNCEMENT* In the St. Mary's Parish Hail on Wednesday at 3.00 there v.-ill be held nn apron and pantry sale. Also a confer! in the evening by the G.A. at eight o'clock. , Every Shovelful Counts in McClary's Sunshine Furnace Its construction gets the maximijm amount of heat from the minimum amount of fu^l. No less than {our radiating surfaces gather the heat and send it throughout tlie house. Also, you can feed'the fire with utmost ease, owing to the big double feed doors. Wouldn't jou like to know what a McClary's Sumhine Furnace will cofet you, jnstaUed? Call for free estimate^^ and descriptive booklet. __ The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA The Giant of'.The Barrier" in a Fighting, Loving, Daring RoIp Girls, could you love a man who is .six feet something tall, who had as soon fight as eat, who doesn't hesitate to jeopordize his lilfe for others, who handles- a baby like a mother, is gen-mous to the la.st penny and,-oh, say! just~ couldn't you love him? Never mind the actor's name but, he playr, "Lone Peer " in "The Sign Invisible" here tonight at the Empress.-Advert. MARY PICKFORD IN  "THE LITTLE PRINCESS" STARLAND TONIGHT MARY PICKFORD IN "THE LITTLE PRINCESS' STARLAND TONIGHT V We are Selling Agents for the Moline Universal Tractor and can deliver a Tractor Today. Superior Supf^Iy Co, Meats ALWAYS UNIFORMLY THE BEST R, COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 492 GAB mm Will sell complete or separately 51 hp. Danierg Gas Engine; Westinghoii.se Generator anti Switch IJoard, practically as good as new, auiUble for manufacturing purposes or an eJoctrtc light plant. WINNIPEG PA1NT& GLASS CO. WINNIPEG, ARLOW'S EAT. .. ARKET PHONE 796 1110 SIXTH AVE. 3. Tickner's Groceteria Don't forget that this is the place where you sav^ dollars, by getting your groceries at our.Gro(:eteria. Our customers are realizing the benefit of our cash and carry system. ' Come and see for yourself. The E. J. Tickner Co. GROCETERIA 204 13TH STREET S. OPPOSITE ELLISON MILLS 'designed for You" Hair Cuts WESTBROOK BROS Opposite Bank cf Montrs.il THE SANITARY SHOP Now Doing Business IN OUR NEW STORE IN THE LETHBRIDGE HOTEL '�L0CK, 206 FIFTH STREET SOUTH / Robertson's Book^S^fe Phone 126f:^r FARM LABOR We can supply farmers with experienced help. a number of men are on the Cround waiWrg tor work. WIRE OR PHONE Th^ Beasley Employment Agency HO-Fifth St. S. ___ Phone 545 FARM LANDS After Five Days the Price Goes Up! JOA ACRES between Wilson Siding and Stirling .Gently jrolllng. fiOU For five days only at $17.00 acre. Cash S2400.00. Balanco ^QA ACRES, Macle^d district. Fine c/op district, soli blapk loam. Lots moisture. 300 acres steam plow. Fine water. School on property. For five days $13.00 acre. ?1200.00 cash. Balance easy. 100 Improved Farms Stock Ranches & Leases Raw Lan^, Crop Payn^ent J.liAii$&(!0. ESTABLISHED 10 YEARS NEAR HUDSON'S BAY BTORE I FAMILY PORTRAITURE ' Make It an annual duty to yourselves to have your child-/ --ren's photo taken. You .wlU be\ creating; abiding pIcaBures for yoiir later years. Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. S. � Phone 1471 Office Equipnxent Office I and Typewriter Desks, Chairs, Filing Cabinets, Agents foit /Woodstock Typewriters, Dick's Mimeograph, F. A E. Cheek Wrlt�r. ^ Standard Envelope Sealer and Stamp Affixer, Burroughs' Adding - Machine; Stock Rcqls'^rs, Seals and Stock Certificates. �<( A FUUL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY^ EVER ALL & FRANKS , SInnott Block, cor. 4th Ave, and 5th St. Phons 1107 ;