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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY. APEIL THE LETKBRBDGE HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN Classified Additional Contracts PHONE 3S46 IFOR WELL ROTTED MANURE J AND TOP SOU. 'ESTIMATES GIVEN FOR NEW LAWKS. j V.'ori done by Ex-servicemen, j j Promps delivery. 1597 PBONB 2219 at Park Service Sta- tion for gardening and odd jobs. Also contract taken for cement tree removing, fence building. Lethbridge Business AND Repair Directory FOR QUICK, EFFICIENT SERVICE Get In Touch With the Following: Accountants B. W. MEECH AGENCIES Acadia Block. 3rd Avenue Income Tax Consultants. Phone 3043._______1338 LEX BRUCHET Painting. Paper- Christian Ministry Career Stressed at Vocational Conference in City Addresses bv Rer. B. J. Thomp-1 concluding address In he "at St. Stephen's Col-! stressed ttie responsibility young Grain Livestock-Stocks GRAIN PRICES son. professor _. _ ___ lege. and Rev. W. J. Col- people toward the church, leu. Claresholin kindled keen in- terest at a vocational conference cf 'teen-agers which Taras held at hanging. 329-llth St. S. Phone 3736.' Southminsier church all dayTues- t Air Conditioning etc. s? rvicemea. bv voung es- 1635 CONTRACTS taken by ex-semce- 20 years experience Irs -building, repairing, painting, cement Apply 815 9th Are. K. 1639 1 FRECL SHEET METAL McClary furnace and modern air- conditioning. See our floor display 1329 concrete and spray painting; brush work. City and country. No iob too large or srnalL efficient work. Apply MOlard, Giroux Co. Room 34. Garden Hotel, Jjsthbrldge. ;______________________ 1560 repair cisterns. Work guaranteed. D. Lowen, North Coaldale. 1857 ARCHER Interior and Exterior Modem Equipment. Phone 254 day with several ministers ia the tethbridge presbytery in attend- IVaterton Camp During the supper hour dates of the sununer camp operated by the church in Watenon Lakes _ _ Grain Prices WINNIPEG, April May j rye to the" highest price on I S record in early trading on the injpeg Grain Exchange today this month touched No export was reported in Cana- dian grain. transactions CHARLTON HILL Sheet Metal and Roofing Contracts. Furnace and Eavestrough. Repairs. ance aiih their voung friends. The WINNIPEG. GRAIN EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS (fty SOBS, Ltd.) Quotations: May............... May............... PreT. 1945 Open Hija Ian Close; Close CSosa ......275'4 2T5'i 274 272 27Wi 148H ......250S 247H 247% J4 ......195 193% 193'i 194al ......133U 138-i 1S8S Auto Wreckers MeLAUGHLDi Grate and Anto Wreckers. Comer of 4th Ave. ano. 3rd St. Phone 2918.____________10 Trucking RETURNED Man has truck with gravel box. invites your hauling. Box 21. Eerald. 1629 Summer Resorts NOW OFEN Watertcn lakes Hotel and Chalets. Phose Albert Hoper, Manager, for Reservations. Phone 12. Waterton Lakes. Radio Service FREMSTAD'S KADIO SERVICE Repairs to all makes of Radios and small electrical appliances. Above Canitol Furaiiure 9tore. 'Phone 2787. ____872 TOC MAY CALL 3232. BEET 3I5-7ta St. S. With confidence. Where they build up the per- formance of your the charges. 336 FREE TUBE TESTING AT MeKENZIE ELECTRIC LTD. 1272 LEGAL NOTICES Beauty Parlors ____ ___ hearers to the tremendous challenge j Morgan of Calgary Rev. John j ifor their generation in providing a Sorocnan cirecting int boj-s' camps. community and society commeasur- i ate with the advancement o? sci- GEKARD IIOEKSTKA Phone 3355. 1505-4th Are. N. 1962i ate eace and economics. Dr. Thompson. Kepairs j went on to stress that. "a. country ---------------------I is not great on account of the jna- terial achievements it showed forth l." CALL WESTBROOK'S BEAUTY PARLOR for your Next Hair Do. All work guaranteed. Phone 3852. 607 but by the character ol its people. In supplying spiritual nurture for _____ i their congregations, ministers were ALL doing a great and worthwhile work. said the speaker. Bui. at present there was a grave shortage cf min- 2 C.W. 275: 3! sron-n Co 2 C'W- 242; C.W. JSrazilian CANADIAN STOCKS Richardson and ScnsJ Ope-n Close 199 139 ..3 UNIQUB BEAOTY SHOP 618-5th St. S. Laura Giles.- 870 Cabinet Making Counter Store Fixtures and General Woodworking. LETHBKIDGE WOODWORKING CO. 611-Sth Ave. South. Phone 3558. 344 STORE AND OFFICE FIXTURES, household and children's furniture and tovs made, refinished or re- paired. "Nic-Nac Shop, 416A-3rd St. South. Phone 3558. 102 MAKES RADIOS. HEARING AIDS and APPLIANCES. 322A 7th St. S. Phone 4328. 1173 Talking Feet Barrett's EXPERT RADIO APPLIANCE REPAIRS. ALL PARTS AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. CLARKE BLK. PHON3 4554. 1623 Radiator Repairs RADIATORS LIMITED HARRISON-McCORD Radiator Sen-ice. Repairing, cleaning, re-cor- ing with original equipment cores. 114-8th St. S. Phons 4121. 1583 Cemetery Memorials Imcorters of Scotch Granite and Italian Marbles. LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL WORKS Phone 3920. R. Needs. 325-8th St. S. 1632 Contractors Ornamental Iron Railings. Carpen- ter Work. Plans. Decal Transfers. G. E. Lambert. Phone 2Q77. 14o5 NEW LAWNS All necessarv material on hand; fully modem equipment; also lawn, mowers and clipaers sharpened. A. Bgehman, Laxm "Contractor. Phons 2110._________________________1225 Dentists Department of Agriculture Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Act TENDERS TENDERS will be re- ceived fay the undersigned until o'clock noon Regina Daylight Saving Time, May 20th. 1948. for the construction of the Diversion and Irrigation Tunnels. for the St- Mary JDaza, located, in Sections "and 12, Township 5, Range 24. West of the "Meridian, approsl- roaielv- forty miles southwest of Alberta. Tenders must" be submitted on the forms attached to the specifica- tions in the envelope provided. The Diversion Tunnel "will be a .circular section 20 feet in finished diameter and approximately -feet in length; the Irrigation Tun- rnel -will be norseshoe shape 17 feet ,in finished diameter and approxi- mately feet in length. Both be concrete lined. The rock Ithrough -which the tunnels -will be 'driven is expected to interfaeaded lavers of sandstone and shale. Plans and srjecifications are on ,at the BPJLA. Office. Post Office, Letabridge. Alberta; at the P.F.R-.A. Office, 418 Publfc Build- "ing- Calgary, Alberta; and at the 'office of the Plans, specifications and tender forms for "bidding may be obtained "from the undersigned at his office, 310 McCaUuin Hill Building. Re- gina Saskatchewan, upon deposit of Ten Dollars (S10.00) cash or a certified cheque for that amount payable to the Receiver General of Canada, -which deposit will be re- deemable upon return of the plans -and specifications in good order] "within" one month after tenders j have closed. iiij-7 tenders are net pre- pared strictlv in accordance with .the "Instructions to Bidders" may be rejected. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. Bv order. GEORGE SPENCS. Director of Rehabilitation. 910 McCaUum JSill Cl DR. A. C. AHKENS DENTAL SURGEON. rtmrrr DAIRY BUILDING PHONE 4482. 263 Electrical Contractors ALL TEPES of electrical work and repairs bv careful workmen. McSen- zie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. 1427 PEAKE PINK Electrical contracting and refrigera- tor -work. Phone 3S29. 514-7th Ave. 118 BEBER ELECTRIC, 710-6th St. S. Electrical Contractors. Radios and Appliances repaired. Phone 4574. Electrical Appliances Vacuum Cleaners. "Snow Bird" Refrigerators and -Washing Machines; Farm Lighting Plants; Fluorescent Germicidal Lighting Appliances of all types. KOY'S RADIATOR tors cleaned, repaired, recored. De- liverv paid on out-of-town work. Roy "Kemp. 327-3rd St. S. Pbone 2685. 1522 Refrigeration REFRIGERATION Sales Service. I. E. Jones. Phone 4555. 1285-3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge. 194 Re-Treading Re-capping aad Re-treading Tires. NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODTEAR Dealer. Phone 4268. 1270 RETREADING, RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING "The Most Modem and Best Equip- ped Shop in the South." J. A. JARDINE'S TIRE SUPPLY. 402-lst Avenue South. Phone 3oSO. 1657 Roofing CHARLTON HILL 304-9th St. S. Phone 2599. 1687 ROOFING, Siding and Insulation. Reg. Jones and Rex Duce. Phone 4550. 1393 Rug Cleaners COLOR-BRITE RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS Chesterfields and rugs- (three day service) cleaned and de-mothed. New equipment, experienced op- erators. We guarantee not to injure fabrics or fade colors. LORNE 2569. 1283 Sewing Machines 619-7th Ave- S. Phone 4660. 150 "E REPAIR all makes of machines. Work guaranteed. Singer Sewing Machine Co., 620 3rd Ave. S. Phone 2243. 921 Farm Lighting 110 volt and 32 volt, engine driven or wind driven, with or without batteries. AUTO3IOTTVE SUPPLY CO. 205-lOsh St. S. Phone 3848 or 3758. 1720 110 and 32 volt engine or wind driv- en, with or without batteries. ELECTRICAL APPLLiNCE SALES 612-7th 4ve S. Phone 4660. 831 Floor Sanding FLOOR SPECIALIST; Floors Laid. Sanded and Finished. AH Work Guaranteed. PERCY HAMILTON Old Floors and Stairs Made New. 20 Years Experience. St N. Phone 2532. 1174 MERRICK BROS. FLOORS EXPERTLY LATD, SANDED AXD FINISHED. The Modern "Way. Phone 3319. 308-7th Ave. A S- All work guaranteed. 1055 FLOORS SANDED AND FINISHED LORNE LONG. PHONE 2569. Eegina, Saskatchewan, We welcome oui; of town business. XOBLEFORD BRIEFS and t-urniture Moving MCLEAN TRANSFER eight weeks, returned home -on the ,17th. of Household Goods. Phone 2097. Mrs Sherman are being storage, Crating, Packing. Shipping congratulated on the birth of a ono-r daughter on April 16. Mrs. S. Rubie, who has been visit- ing in Victoria, B.C., for the past Sewing Service HEMSTITCHING. Quick service. Elsie Kisler, 511-llth St. S. 599 HEMSTITCHING. Prompt service. Singer Sewing Machine Co. 620 3rd Ave. S Phone 2243. 920 DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS DOROTHY GRAHAM. Phone 4494. 122 McFarland 126 Shoe Repairs STEVE'S SHOE REPAIR SHOP 322-7th St. S. Phone 3S55. 501 Expert Shoe Repairs Shop 714-3rd Ave. S. Satisfactory Work. Bob Barva. 951 Tailors Cleaners LEE DUCK. Tailoring and Hat work. 330-13th St. N. Phone 2770. 1336 Time Sheets GARAGES, ATTENTION MECHANICS TIME SHEETS carried in stock. Any o.uantity. HERALD JOB DEFT. Phone 3203. 485 He _. Church of Canada- "I could place 3o ordained ministers in this prov- ince right now." he said, referring j Who fears yet. ineeis danger test. Mother .Nature. 257: Track 273. Screenings 31250 ton. Chicago Grain CHICAGO. April hlch- ly erratic trade in "May rye on the grain market todav The price fluctuated over a "range. Oats ran into profit-taking d'Jir- Inar most of the session and slipoed fractionally below ves-CTdav's close Activity in wheat and corn -seas at a standstill. At the wheat, com arid bar- B.A. Oil C. and D. Sugar j Can. Locomotive Can. Can. Brewg. c Csn. Ind. Alcohol C.P.R........ 60 25 13 MARKET TRENDS .Was Peter Rabbit afraid to fight! f lower and Cons. Paper..... Cons. pist. Corp.-Seajram "3" Tar....... 370 13-i 22 100 13 wellesablished fields in the United strange Rabbit ChristUu Ideal Admitting that the ChristUn ideal was beyorui iuU human at- teuimeni. he urged thac the fuUr surrendered man would find his J stamp. Was the j the dear Old -i CASH PRICES 182 he he the strager 10 2 white 86 cer.ts. celling l J Barley-Malting 125 to r.oa- feed "4 to nominal. both wanted to appear very brave on the other hand it offered Uke comDensatlons. It was a man's work full'of constant challenges to his w strength, endurance and faith, test- 1h-lsnliV ing him .to the limit, and in the end strange Rabbit to himself, it rewarded him with a record bank j stASaP account of friends. afj threateningly. He predicted that the day would inat fellow has no business arrive Alberta would be sup- plying its own ministers: not only that, but -would be sending them to eastern Canada to repay the debt of the past when the province had to draw on Ontario and the Mari- times for Its clergymen. After opening devotions in the morninsr session Rev. W. J. Coilett of Claresholm gave a short history of the Christian church and its de- velopment through the ages. He stressed the need of students keep- ing in touch with the church when- ever they ventured far from home and jn maintaining their interest and participation in its activities. Describing the training school for ministers, St. Stephen's College at Edmonton, he explained that it was designed for the use of all United Church students attending the Universitv of Alberta- He was fol- lowed bv Dr. Thompson who said that increased residential facilities were being onened for students who would be attending during the 1947 terra. Presided at Meetings The Rev. H. A. Mutchmor was chairman of the meetings during the day. After an Interlude during which the boys visited the Y.M.C.A. and went swimming or toured the city, sessions were resumed and ad- dresses were heard from Lloyd Dafoe. manager of the Sash and Door factory here, and E. C. Cam- eron, general secretary of the Y.M. C.A. These were found very inter- esting and were accorded hearty aoolause. A demonstration of the Sonth- minster church organ by A. K. Putland, church organist, with ex- planations of its principles afforded keen enjoyment to the young group. Supper was served by one of the W.A. circles at which Rev. John Sorochan of Taber was chairman with Rev. Dr. Thompson giving the "Y" Notes Upholstery GRAHAM AND JELFS Chesterfield Upholstering and Repairing. Truck Seats and Car Upholstering. The YJiI.C.A. So-Ed Club, for a one-night period, have decided to shift from the locale of the "Y" auditorium, and move to the Roller Skating Rink for a gala evening's entertainment. To take place to- night, Wednesday, festivities will start with roller skating at eight, o'clock, followed by a dance. All So-Eders are asked to turn out. wearing slacks and plaid shirts. It's a hard-time party, and Max Bate- man and his orchestra will provide the accompaniment for the dance. Plan to attend. The forthcoming "Y" Minstrel Show, to take place In the gymna- jsium on May 2. 3 and, 4. is swing- 'ing ahead into full completion, and the program has been rounded out into a promising evening of fun and music, featuring such special events as tap dancing, strong man stunts. lighted Indian Club s-Jringir.g. Darkie numbers and minstrel choruses. Remember the dates and get your tickets now. Over thirty boys representing the five local Y.M.C.A. Hi-Y clubs muttered Peter to Mrs. Peter. is very good looking." said Mrs. Peter shiy as she peeped out a tthe stranger. Peter merely grunted and stamp- ed harder than before. It was just thumping of the ground by ftout hind feet but it had a threatening uglv round. "He is big and strong." said Mrs. Peter. "I don't care hew big and strong- he declared Peter. "He can just j stay outside or 6SS 17 !0 16 15 H 43s. 231- 37 121'- Laura Secord....... 22 Sept. I ilassey Harris 20 S3: Julv 33- Sept 81: Massey Harris Pfd. to Dec. 31. 1 McCoU Front....... 263 to 254- July 143H; i Minn, and One. 251; Sept. Dee. 148'r. j Mitchell Robert; Julv 1 Montreal Power Sept. Dec. Nat. Brew....... Nat. Steel Car 234 LIVESTOCK May Gaiineau Gypsum Hart- Bridse Hiram Walker I Howard Smith i Imperial Oil Imp. Tobacco i Int. Nickel Int. Pete Lake of 25 42 61 i 13 350 99 25 29S 123 37'i 15 15 43 23 37 23 20 30 32'-; 22H 49 29 33 343i 54 91 WALL ST. STOCKS: Select- ed favorites pushed higher in today's stock market in the face of xenerally easy trends. of dealings picked up somevbit past midday and total transfers approximated Losers ranging to than point were frequent near the close. TORONTO STOCKS: Storks were marked down all along the line on the Toronto exchange today, and 2. wide inuex was registered by golds. Other groups held shovin-; in- dex losses of less than a. half- point at the close. Turnover for the day was around 090 shares. MONTREAL STOCKS: Tn- dtutrials touched a new all-time high in the indices in trading up to the final hour today on the stock exchange and curb market. Utilities were improifed and papers, hanks aad golds were lower. Pace Hersty St. Law. Corp. "A" Calvary Livestock sick's Brew....... 53 54 CALGARY. April steel of can. sufficient cattle sold to establish re- liable cuotations. Prices steady. Tuesday's receipts: 351 cattle, sis calves. 1.258 hogs. 6O sheep This morning's receipts: Five cattle. 451 (By James Richardson and Sons) LETHBRIDGE MARKETS TORONTO MINES hogs. i Hogs sold Tuesday at for L'S. Sows 512.60. Good butcher steers to "Or else asked Mrs. Peter 1 butcher hell- when he didn't finish. "You'll see if he tries to come in here. You'll see." retorted Peter. "Wouldn't you let him in the dear Old Briar-patcii if he -was nice and asked Mrs. Peter. snapped Peter. "Friendly or unfriendly he can't come in here, and no one and nothing can make me let him in." Sitting in the top of a small tree in the dear Old Briar-patch" was Blacky the Crow. He had been chuckling to himself as he listened to the stamping of feet. Now he overheard Peter and Mrs. Peter "I believe Peter really means it." said he to himself. "Yes. sir. I be- lieve he really does. 'He tron't go j out to fight that other, but he would fight i? the other should try to come inside the Briar-patch. I wish that other Rabbit would try it.' looking- out across the Graen Meadows toward the Old Pasture he saw Reddy Fox. Heddy had just slipped under the fence onto the Green Meadows. Now he was standing with one fore foot lifted. Ee had been in the act of taking a step when he had stopped. His head was turned toward the Briar-patch. His sharp, pointed black ears were set forward and on Aumaaue 112 Bid. Kirk............ 30 Dome.............. 971; Open Close 112 111 103 31 115 I ers to Good cows S9 to S9jO. and to S7. Good bulls to S9.75. Good to choice veal calve.-; SI1J50 to S13. i .730 Gocd lambs S13. Good ewes j Harcrock 35 Winnipeg- Livestock Kasaga ..............188 WINNIPEG. April was generally unchanged on the zi zi EoHinger Hudson Bay 109 330 530 710 S7 195 livestock market today. Most trans- J Kerr Aadison actions were being cleaned up to 46 HAY PRICES --eucn 144 local butchers and order buyers witb.! v; packers getting only limited num- bers of cattle. i G' P' Cattle, 420V calves, SO: hogs. 520: j 105 43 245 40 Steers iip to 1.050 Ibs.. choice. S12 -Toilet _ Quebec- to good. to 311.75: steers j Ibs. choice to j "I believe Peter really said -he to himself 640-6th St. S. 4301 Fumigating. All work guaranteed, will be in Edmonton over the week- Cf c ov._rtn- nf St. S. Furriers 1126 LUXURIOUS FUR COATS in the i Vacuum Cleaner Service fth. latest styles, saving priced. Expert Good Fncsy service was held m restvlini reiinii3g, cleaning and in- r o restyling, relining, cleaning and in Nobleford ucited cnurcn at 8 storage. Also cloth coats and o'clock with a combined choir from j for everv occasion. White Lake, Borons YORK pro UluSiC. w _ Rev. Walter -Ward snoke briefiv en the words, spoken "from the Cross: "Father, Forgive Them." Easter Sunday -service was also well attended. WHEAT STOCKS DWINDLE "Famous for Finer; 604-3rd Avenue S. GUARANTEED Vacuum Cleaner Service. All makes. his sharo face was a grin. He was listening. Plainly he was enjoying what he heard. "He hears those foolish Rabbits thumping at each other and he is wondering if he can catch one of them. I wonder, thought Blacky. Ke was exactly right. That is jast what Reddy was wondering. For a full minute he stood listening. He didn't move. of those is Peter Rabbit and lie is in the dear Old Briar-patch. i Noranda .50 toif Gsisko S12.50: good. to choice 510.75 to 311-25; eood S9.50 _ S10.50: fed calves, choice S12 SI230: aood to 311.73: cows, coed 130 to S9.50: bulls, good 59.50 to i stacker and feeder steers, good i Presion D. other isn't Mrs. Peter. They wouldn't be stamping at each other beginning xhe 26th of April representatives from Lethbridge. for the large regional conference. The summer swimming campaign.) like that. So it must another customary procedure of the i Rabbit and Peier is stamping commence this year on May I, and threats to drive him away. He must to 510.75. jOuemont Good and choice veal. to Grace Bl to Good iambs Toronto Livestock J TORONTO. April 24. i were firm on the cattle sales at; the livestock market today. Good butcher heifers were 512 to and s few good butcher cows up to i Veal calves sold steady at to for choice with, plain down- j ward to ?10. No sheep were offered. There were no earlv lamb sales. Unsold from yesterday were three i cf western lambs. One car j sold late yesterday at cwt.. j down 50 cents. No price was established for hoes whicli closed previously at. dressed.: grade A S19.SO jrrade Bl Receipts reported by the Domin- Ion marketins; service were: Cattle 80 calves 210, hogs 290, lambs 190.: unsold from yesterday were 200 j head of cattle, mostly stockers. j Chicago Livestock I CHICAGO. April Hogs, i 15.000: eood and choice barrows and gilts sows and stags S14.10. j Cattle 9.000: calves 600: top steers bulk S15.50 to best helf- ers S17: practical top heavy beef; bulls veaiers S17 down. Sheep 5 JOO: fed wooled Colorados. S16.15 and S1S.25: choice clipped lambs No. 2 pelts S15: slaughter j ewes very scarce. j "St. Paul Livestock i SOUTH ST. PAUL. April i 3.800: top good and steers S1S.75: good SI6.aO: bulk good i steers and vearlings 514.75 to S15.25: common good heifers JO to bulk good cows 512.25 j to odd head 514: good bulls 513: medium and good sausage offerings Sll to SI2.75; cutter and common grades S3.50 to S10.50; choice feeder st-eers common and medium grades Sll to Hoss 10.000; barrows and gilts all weights gradins good and choice: Pickle Crow .........375 j Pioneer ............-635 ......250 Antonio .........530 Sen. 100 Sherritt Gordon .....201 SIscoe 90 Sladen Mai........... 57 Steeo Rock..........355 Sullivan .............270 Teck-Kuehes ........455 Waite WriRht-Har .........510 Total sales shares. 400 271 240 125 101 43 243 135 73 370 520 245 17 525 97 190 SO 65 345 265 455 450 515 to Timothy to Prairie (AH prtces to the trade on dowd cars Lethbridge district) LETHBRIDGE CREAM PRICES CHURNING CREAM Special SOc No. I 43o (P.OJ3. Lethbridge. This price In- cludes 10 cents per Ib. government subsidy.) EGG PRICES i A large 3Gc i A medium. 2Sc i A pallefc 24c 13c TORONTO AVERAGES AT CLOSE j Industrials 200.50: down. 1-8L, Golds 127.44; down 1.37. Base Metals 9S.86: down 1.17. Western Oils 28.89: down Vegetable Growers The acreaffe allotments for some vegetables already been filled. All members should con- tact ns immediately if they wish contracts for this year. Southern Alta. Co-op. Vegetable Growers Limited Stafford Block, Letbbtidge Alfalfa Seed and Garden Seed Now the time to sow Alfalfa Seed, Clover, Brome, etc. Large shipment just arrived. Bulk Garden Seeds, Fertilizer, Lubrication and Paints. SOUTHERN ALBERTA CO-OPERATIVE ASSN. LTD. Pioneer Seed Distributors of Southern Alberta. 1221-2nd Ave. S., Lethbridge Phone 3777 General Repairs LAY7NMOWERS and SAWS sharp- splicine i NORTH New and Used Tires.! planned for well in advance. The j Reddy wjiuld -stop to liken. As he j clips good and choice wooied t LETHBRIDGE MOTORS for food-starved Europe to move out from prairie grain bins "and today visible stocks total only b-oshels compared with a year ago. The board of grain commission- ers in a report today sale! the visible su-Dlies showed a decrease 3- Union Repair Shop 1238-3rd Ave. S. i 1 1007 AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer. 4258.________1870 Tire Repairs and Vulcanizing of all Kinds. Belt Splicing. _ __________ Complete Tire ServSce." We specialize in applying Rock J. A. JARDINE'S TIRE SUPPLY Wool IrwoJation and Asphalt Shin-! 402-lst Avenue South. Phone 3530. camp this year promises to carry i drew "near he raised up on his hind i ewes on with its same high level of out- j feet to see better. Even at that j door activity, and ai present, plans distance Blacky could that i have been formulated to a j Reddy saw ihe other Rabbit. He j three weeks' camp for ihe boys and started to caw an alarm, then 1 Insulating and Roofing i four for the girls. NEW YORK STOCKS Railrads. 6385. off !.02. 15 Utilities, off .65. DAMAGED HOME Fl'ND EDMONTON. April tributions to a fund started by an i Edmonton newspaper to assist Mr.! and Mrs. J. R, Milne of Edmonton, whose home was damaged to the extent of about S5OO by sis vandals a week ago Tuesday, now i have reached it was announc- ed today. Security Security depeoos upon the judgment which investments arc mace tcxiar. Invest- ments in Stocks or Bonds rarelj remain sane ia market value. They change with conditions either aSecting the iadcscy or companies engaged ia it. For this reason ir is periodically to review your investments ia Corporacioa Stocks and Bonds. UDOQ request, our Statistical Department send you the Utesr infonnaaoa coa- ccrning Stocks and Beads in which you maj be interested. Inquiries dealt with prompdy; JAMES RICHARDSON SONS McFARlAND BUILDING LETHBRTOG5 Phone 4335 Offices from Montreal to Victoria connected by direct private wires. tl IV NEWSPAPER! ;