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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta NORDHE1MER PIANOS 4SSMB01A MUSIC CO., LTD. "EverytMr-s Miwical" tH Street Phons LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ri mini (t Phoije 1448 FrWi AW FOR THE BEST CROPS yOU EVER GREW The KENNY ALLIN Co., Ltd. THE PENILAR STORE GET YOUR OATS NOW We hsve K carload of good stttl osti, high jienuinallon jjed, now on track. 1'Iaco your'order before ihey arc ill tone. cleaned, now on PrlcM on application. SAUNDERS HAY AND GRAIN CO. Second A.vsnue S. LelhbrjAjH Stocks, Bonds S Grain Options IN ANY MARKET _, i -V HI8HIST PRICES PAID FOR VICTORY LOAN BONOS OFFICeT; ACADIA BLK. D. E. HARRIS PHONE 1017 ST. GEORGES DAY TONIGHT, WEDNESDAY THE KENTISH ASSOCIATION WILL HOLO A, WHIST DRIVE AND DANCE TICKETS 50 CENTS IN HALL AT S O'CLOCK A CUP OF GOOD TEA OR COFFEE a long way making i nwal taate oeher, In fact a (KM runy fttflt cMwIdcr it the important We have always tptciallzcd en TEAS and on the bulk lino, and our oujKt to worth aouwthlBJ In getting he best for Indications ire ihat both Teas and will be In price, an4 we believe laying En a little supply would be good ,'business for anyone. OUR COFFEES SUPPLIED EITHER WHOLE ROASTED OR FRESHLY GROUND TEA, OUfJ SPECSAL BROKEN Per pound In 10 peun4 lota, per pound............t7s TEA-rOur Epaclal Broken In 10 pound lota, par pound ___'........67c Oranje Oolfen Rigular aptcUl per pound .........sOc JAPAN Tea. bulk; per pound 65c GUNPOWDER or SPIDERLEG; per pound! !rOs 3c ocr paund in 10 pound lets. Special Maracaiba cr Salvador per In 10 pound pound ............41c OUR SPECIAL POLO pountf..41e tn 10 pound iota, par pound ...........44c Alao a choice and fancy Mend. theae are vary blends. pound i.......We and Me In 1 pound tin? we have all the packs; per aiKj THE GOOD CO., LTD. yHICH Fael Board No. MARKETS Grata and Livestock Fteturn With 10th Pit. J. of Lethbridge is one of the members of the FtsbtIng A Full Lmc of fpesli Meats 'Again This Week Always the highest ia qaliirj ibot apt in' price. R. COULTRY Phone 492 Th. Aftarta Meat Market iti Food Board Knabar Tenth-who wCl arrive la a few days Other Southern Albertsns.on the list Sergt. M.'M. liarcellus, Pincher Creek; Pte.J. H. VcKouie, Nintou; Pie.-R.'Robertson, Rstlaw; Pte. F. G. Foremost; Pte. G. Spenee, Del Bon'ita, ROOMS Are' by baTUig pretty pa- pers on' tie njslls. have.pa-. peri for :all; rooms at all prices; ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE April closed higher-for'May; 1'ic- hbjher for i July, and higher for October. Bar-! ley closed higher for May, and I Hie higher for July. Flax closed Sl4c higher for iiiy, higher i :Jor July. ,._ j Inspections on totalled' 152 cars lor alj grains.. contract i grades of ivheat were 52 cars. 1 Winnipeg Markets i Open. Close. May July............... 77H October.............. 721i I I Mav July ...............109H May................ 386 July 37SK Cash Prices No. 2 3 C.W....72TJ Extra No. i Feed No. 1 Xo. 2 No.-S C.W...HWU Xo. 4 C.W. llOlH Feed 9ITJ No. 1 N.W.C. 3S2y 106% lOS'S Melba Toilet Preparations ,JUST RECEIVED Mt'lba Tllcum Melba Face Powder Melba Skin. Cleanie'r Melba Skin Massage Melba GraaaelcK Cream Nail Paste Melba Nail Whltener Melba-Dry Rouge THE WEATHER Vancouver Lithbndge Brandon Medfcmo Hat Max. Miu. 5J Clear 55 Clear 1< IS Snow 5S 31) -16 IS 4S 20 New York Stocks NEW YORK, v April Closing sales: 160; United Slates Steel, 101; United, States Steel Pre- Calgary Livestock April were 1S2 cattle on tha market today and prices rnled strpnff. Top steera ranged from 913-00 {o 414.50; good 112.00; heavy cows, J1L5C to J13.50; good butchers, 510.50; veal, }7.04; 530 hogs bronghi oft V Clear Clear Winnipeg 45 '20 -Snow Edmonton Cloudy Saskatoon j; n t-ajr 50 30 Snow Oalgary 53 ;c ciear Port Arthur ...-T.. 58 oS Cloudy The treather during the nast- 21 hours has turned much colder In'the thres prairie provinces. momuis at many Manitoba points. Forecast- "I" Manitoba and east Trindsf fair and cold. Garden Rakes Garden Hoes parden Trowels Digging Forks Rubber Hoke1 Lawn Sprinklrrc Lawn .Mowers Shovels Hose Nozzles Garden Wheel- Barrows Grass Seed in bulk, American Won- der Tea, bulk Sweet Peas in' bulk r I Abo a faB Bae of absohrteiy fresk Flower and Vegetable Scedi. _, Hardware Supply Co. PHONES: -1212, OFFICBlMJZO PHONE 1MB LtTMBRIDCE HOTEL BLOCK We Pay Prices toe MUSKRATS Ship to us, we will, send by return mail- THE LETHBRIDGE HIDE, 4 FUB CO., LTD. Standard Banh. C.r. 4th 5th St S. phone TV. D. Campbell, dentist, Al- berta Block. Phone Eipert inierior and eitertor photo- graphy. Fhoce 4ii or evenlm 1643. 0 When you want your gardens plor- ed, call up 3. H. O'Reilly, 1260. Don't miss the .Citic Clnb tea and musical at tiie hoara of 5Ira. Downer j on Saturday afternoon, April 26Ut- Sil- ver collection at the door. j Easter Monday the ladies of bridge can-spend a.very pleasant so- cial hour at Wesley church niaslcale at 4 p.m., followed by a'novelly ver- anila tea In Wesley hall. Silver, col- lection at recital.- Tca'eit-a. OUR STOCK QFPOULTRYNETTWG IS COMPLETE In tin SMM frwn t fMt to I fwt hlfli. frwn 10i yurt, mMk, M worws 30 inches high. dunWt Lawm. maM.of heavy gjlvsr.ii.d win, Wjh t2t a wWi I fort (e it H50. C. COLANDER THIRTEEMTM NORTH RHONE 1'Ul The musical settings o! Never j'Told'Her "The Twelfth and "Orpheu3 and His 'from "Henry VIII.." both Shakespear- ean plays, are rendered very 'oeaull- fally by Mrs. Laura Littleflelil. Call and hear them at .the Willis: Piano i Store, TOT 3rd Are. 6.- i Shaving I .Don't throw away your old Shavinp Stick boics as --we can. you with RefUl.s for them. and Vinolia 25 and 35 cents The Alberta Lodge No. 735, The Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen Enginemen, wishes to announce Ihat-the dance to be held on Friday, April 25tb Is an inTonnal aSafr and will comffience at 9 p.m. sharp by city time. For Invltatbsa phone 1616 :'or H5S. All out bf town friends kind- ny write for their invfliOons-to Welch, P. 0. Box 483, Lelbbrtdge. 8T08ER EDGETT, limited bttwaacc Cbwes Leant and Reatal AienU WANTED LISTINGS of HOUSES PMONf ILDO, "Mavs Yw Our Cervlce 'Mr. H. IFcO. Yonng.Trill glre a re- cllal for his pupils on Friday evening, April the Y.M.CJ.A. awlitoriura. Private rccltal-st-MS.- Public recital at S.30, Tvhicb wllf conclndo nrlth three enort ijfyrlle Kose, primary iilano; McMillcn. intermediate singing; Brlka Olandcr, Intermediate piano." Anyone who wlslics may at- 1 tenil the latter, free of any tharge. Ont, boarfl been The Start "Albert.-. Pionttr Wholesale and Ratail Cnemlsts Phorwt 1 51 5 and 322 CITY AJNTD DISTRICT Machinists to Meet Machinists' S05, will meet on Thursday, evening in the labor hall, opposite the post office, at--7.30 C.P.R. time. Olembe'rs'are requested to attend.- Important business. Mayor Clarke at Forum The mayor of EdmoYaon, Jos. ill speak at the Forum on Sunday. The subject irlll be an- nouncod later. V j Vetsrans' Notice A" special meeting-of the Great War will be 'held at S o'clock tonight ta tho clubrooms. Important. .Make! Returns People who have'tickets for sale for the qnilt donated.by the ladies of the L. D, S. church are 'asked to "make their returns, either cash vr tickets, by ueit Wednesday, April 3f. of Mr. Laschinoer Ktws has teen received ol.lhe sud- den death of B. H. Laschlngfr, bf To- ronto, ifollowins a paralytic stroke. Tie deceased was H-year's of age and was a brother 61 Mrs. S. C. Witwer, o! Bonnes' Ferry, Idaho, formerly of LtthbrlSse, where air.-Witwer held an interest in tho Good Co. FRESH TODAY SPRING 'SALlAoN TROUT 'SPRING HALIBUT FRESM 'HERRING' FILLET OF SOLES 1 .CARP The Vaacwnver Coaldaie BtMic Phone 348 Food Applied Board of Trade Luncheon -will hold' regular -weeKIy lunchepn on Thursday at Federated Labor Party Meeting The meeiini Federated Labor The One HaBdredtb AnBirenary OF THE INDEPENDENT ORDER OF ODDFELLOWS Will Cdebratod In thla City On April 26tb ud 27th, 1919 All Brotlma -rtaKtag the City, or Ilvlnj not with a Local please pbona or yonr names ana addreues to'-: v P. A, SMITH 714 Third Avenue South, Phono: 1014 HAVE WIND PLACES PRINCB ALBERT, Sksk', -April 23t fires are party is held In the Minors' Hall' Saskatchewan aS tomorrow (Thursday) evening, and all those interested' in labor problems are urged to attend. 'Will Be Military Funeral The funeral of the late James II. Wallwork will he heltl on Friday alter- noon at 2.30 from McKay ft Hell's ira-j parlors. Rt'v. Mr. Dafoe" will conduct tile services. All vet- erans will assemble'at the G.W.V.A. clubrooms not later than 2.15 to at- tend In a body. It will be a milUr.ry funeral. VETERAN OF IHE Pte. J. H. Wallwork Who Was Gagged in France Succumbs Pte. .7. H. Walln-ork dW last nigbl shortly afler being rembred from the ambulance in which he -was conTBycd to the Gait Hospital. Deceased was had 'two well known in Ixrthbrldgo, and only returned froin the front months. -The late Pic. AValhvork mem- ber of Ihe Ualtalion, had been suffering from Ihe ef.'tcls beinit gassed on aellve Service. of was t-niploycd In tbe Foun- WESTBROOK BROS. (SANITARY BARBERS 61h opp. of Montreal which hi day. Tni jrfc in northern7 rteult of gales -been Sun- small nouses eaftL: ehd'.of Prince Albert were.burne-ti yos-' terday and great of. damage is' reported as the result of prfilirto fTros it Divis, Winton and oilier places ill part of the province. The winii. has died down somewhat today and the are that the gale h oyer. 'A chapter of tbe Rl: been Instituted in Wctasklwin. One Hundred Men Could Placed Wages Offered Decks at cards, ID (lip shape of tabulated requirements of farmers in nee'd of lielp, arc. prominent In the IfibDr biireau. These carrla rcnrcsenl Macetioniau calls to "come over ami help us" from every nrea in the dis- trict. Taher.can do with SS nicu right away, :iflTa" (lie same cry. is re- pealed 'iTom Ihe other localities varying hnmborE. Jfr. 13 tlie most perplexed man in the city these days, lie says Die labor situa- tion, with farm jcbs at and going .lieggltig-. IB critical. He can pluct' 100 men immediately, but. they not (o had: Mr. Lowe, irho is looklng after Ihc returned soldiers' end of the labor bureau, Is arijclous to liear from vet- crans who'are In necu of lie lias no less than 20 situations In Hie WHEN MOTHER BAKEDflHER OWN BREAD the relish with which Ihe family consumc.l It. M rrt, H' Korkl tbe staadhtg store, -Searfsome kncadims hr oar. bread Ij.uuDe as good in Quaker niett. Any groctP'caD servo you or Jh'e rig CANADA'FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 'j 37D MODEL BAKERY BREAD Is Still Different We are exercising ths nnd Tratcbfalness In tn the past, and possessing .equal ad- vantages aU'bakera, ve claim degree o! skill and in our operating -weth- that will 'maintain Model Bakery Bread In (he front rank: AT, ALL GROCERS, OR PHONE 1175; AND WILL CALL H. J: SCMWE1THR, PROP. Floor for Finished Floors Wtf is floor ol gnality JOT finished fioo'ri.: It pnserrtt and accentuates the finish. It easily applied' and (toothed ,wiih a.doth by tnyoiw. Looks well for tht loaj- or marks. StttAHttlt-WliiMfS.FLOOR WAX n reade by a firm whorc quiliij-grxxli gnanmes Mtiifjciioa. i We sell it HIGK-SEHL HARDWARE Co. General Hardware, Plumbing and Hearing Office Supplies S tippmeflt SOLE ami TliB Underwood S'rller, Natioiial Typewriter ami WoV Mimeojrnph. EVERALL FRANKS AVCNUK SOUTHARD ''f ;