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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PIANOS or QUALITY Steinway, Nordlieimer. New Scale WlUinms, Haines Eros. We Invito yon lo our Shov Uoom ia inspect tlicm. ASStWIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. Phone 154a, 315 6th St. S., Lnthb.'idge; A!ta, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAf^ PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO B.OO P.M. In To-morrow Morning 1 Beef, Pork and Mutton Delany's Meat Co. Our Week-End Specials FIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HO,TEL PHONE 452 STMAN KODAKS You will be-suri)ri V.'hilr they Knst, 'per cise ...''$1.50 ,*\PPLE3, \sry fnncy Yellow Newton?, per cs .$3.00 APPLES, very fancy Wtnesaps, sm.Tll s/ze, per '� cnse .................................. 53.00 Lo.-ge size, oer c.isc ..................$3.25 ORANGES, an extra lot, sweet nnd juicy, small sire, special per dozen ................... 30c EED POTATOES, Early Ohio. They 'are Qoing Oiit f.ist. Place your order now, ;ELERY. fresh stock, per lb................ 10c NEW CALIFORNIA CABBAGE, per lb.......8c FRESH RHUBARB, per lb.................. 10c GREEN ONIONS, Hot House Cucumbers, etc., at lowest market prices. TURNIPS. Soecia) 15 lbs. for.............25c "ARROTS, 6 lbs. for ...................... 25c '.:EETS. 6 lbs. for ........................ 25c ONIONS. 8, C, 7 lbs. for ................... 2Sc -.PANISH ONIONS, ner lb.................. 10c .�OLEOMARGARINE, No. 1 quality, per lb.....40c liOILED HAM AND ROAST PORK, sliced, pep lb........................................ 60c BAKED LUNCHEON LOAF, sliced, per lb... 40c OX TONGUE, sliced, per lb. .____.......70c HIGH-CLASS' GROCERS EVAPORATED PEARS, finest California stock, . extra larQo size, peeled. These are exceptionally fine. Just in. Price, per lb.................35c. CALIFORNIA FIG3, black or white, fresh stock just in. Fine for stcwinn, Per lb. ..i....... 25c PURE MAPLE eVRUP. We are advised that Maple Syrup has taken a big jump In price and that our next shipment will have to_be sold for quite a bit more money. Get some at our present pi ices. s BOWES BRAND- ^ Large bottles, each ..................... 65o Small bottles, each ....................... 40c PRIDE OF CANADA- Large bottles, each ....................... 85c Small tins, each .......................... 85c Medium tiii^ each ..................... $1.60 Large tins.'each ........................ $2-85 PURE HONEY EXTRA VALUES- Finest Ontario, 12 ounce glass, each...... 30c Finest pntario, pint sealers, each ......... 65c Airline, 21/2 lb. tint, each..................95c Airline, in the comb, each................. 40c Airline, Honeyspread, per package ........40c THE GOOD CO. PHONE 5 2S / LWEORGE HAS FORiMWE London. April 2,",.-Lord Uoiher-iiiere in a letter to Premier Lloyd-Ceorge expressing his de?ire to re-;I]U(juisi! office, said the luHiou of the two air services had been aecom-pHsiied .':ucce.=5!i!lly and tl'.at he was suffering gre-at distress in mind and hotly. o�'iag to Ms seeond tr.-ijie- loss in -tie v.ar. The hnrden of l)i� n-ork and responsibiiiij- seemed enishiiig, and hf was suffering, iroiii ill-health. }!e had feit it his duty to remain in liis ofiiee until the air forces had been fused, and recently had hoped ;o. be able wi remain, bnt tiiis had been pi-e-vented by the recurrence of illness. iTloyd-George dn a letter of reply said he received the resignation with rteepest regret. He eulogized Lord 'RotUermero for his work, expressed sympatliy on account cf his losses, iind concluded: "I ara authorized by my colleagues to -itate that they share luUy the views expressed in this letter." .O.O.F. CELEBRATE 91 q Many German and Austrian -women are under surveillance by Vnited Slates government agents and will be arrested and interned as soon as President Wiison signs the bill wliich lacUides women in the class of enemy alieL's. The 99th anniversary of the inst'itu-tion of the independent Order of Oddfellows will be observed throughout the contingent of America on Friday the :;6th day of Ap:-il. The aar.iver-sary will he celebrated in Letlibridge at the Oddfellows' hall at S.;;.i.' p.m. on the above date. All Oddfellows including the members of ciiy lodges and visiting Oddfellows are invited to tie present and all married Oddfellows have the'privilege of bringing their wives and all unmarried Oddfellows a friend. The members of Dominion Rehekah lodge and all visiting Rebekahg are invited to bp -present and ail marriei-^; Xo. C C. W. -SlYi. Calgary Livestock Calgary. April l'5.-Cattle values lioid steady ai this point and choice killers made a now . record today wiien four carloads sold at 13 cents per pound. Cars are getting good action also, selling readily at ?10.."iO or better. Stockers trade in steers is good, cows and heifers being somewhat slower. Hogs hold around .$19.,50, though bi^s raised today to ?ir).T.'i. Whether shippers get ?"J0 or not tJiis v,-eek depends largely on the supply. An Emulsion Easy to Take Cod liver oil is one of the greatest vitalizers known and is recognized by physicians as ,a splendid remedy in cases of debility, throat and lung troubles, etc., but it has been hard to get in a palatable form. Our Emukion of Cod Liver Oil tastes good because it is Iresh. The oil is produced in Norway and is filtered at zero temperature. The intense cold prevents the greatest yield from the cod livers. b.ut the oil that is obtained is absolutely pure and free froin the objectionable, fi.shy taste characteristic of cheap oils. ^ Good for You-Good for the Children. Price $1.00 THE RED CROSS DRUG ft BOOK CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING rCITY AND DISTRICT Missing Copies of "Veteran" Those in the city-'who have not received their copies of The Veteran, should communicate with the Veterans' Club here. Rebuild Acadia Block The contractors are busy getting rJlaterial -on the ground for .the rebuilding of the Acadia Block which was gutted by fire last month. Two Sons Join Up Since the beginning of the war Supt. Fennel'ather has signed on. as members of tl/e Mounted Eolice. his two sons. John Pine and Wra. Slac-Dermatt Pennefnther. and botii are expecting to go overseas with the Mounted Police unit. Miners' Examination \y. A. Davidson of the; school of technology, Calgnr.v. and M. Johnson, district inspector of mine.s, hold examinations at Taber on Tuesday aiu! Lethbridge on Wednesday for miners wishing to taka out their third clas.s i papers. There were four applicautE � antl Tabor at six at Lethbridge. The Twentieth Century Book Store "Everybody's Book Shop" "We Sell the Books Being Talked About" 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 GAB ENGINE W'ill sell complete or separately 51 li,p. Daniel's Gas Engine; W^estinghouse Generator nnd Switch Board, practically as good as new, suitable for manufacturing purposes or an electric light plant. WINNIPEG PAINT & GLASS CO. WINNIPEG. BETWEEN US there are good and had among tin ifcd sheet metal worker.s as in every other line. Our reputation for honesty, efficiency and fair prices is your safeguard v.'hen we do your work. For a quick. Katisfactory job, remember us the ne.xt time you need any tin or sheet metal work (lone. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDC-E. ALBERTA PUNCTURELESS AUTO TUBE SOMETHING NEW No blowouts. No rim cuts. No slow leaks. No punctures. This great invention can be seen at K. of P. Building Fifth Street S. 114-0 THE BEST Meats We are Selling Agents for the ^ Mrs. Walter Wright Eckford's NASTURTIUMS-(Dwarf) Dwarf Mixed Scarlet NASTUBTIUMS-(Tall) L'obb's Black Prince ./ Lucifer McKenzie's .Mixed LAWN GRASS AND VEGETABLE SEEDS- English Broad Windsor Beans Salsify Chard Brussels Sprouts Etc., Etc. J. D. Higiobotham & Co '�-� Limited �" � The ^f^mMt Stwm Alberta't Pioneer OfUB0l�t�" Wholesale and Retell Cheml�t�. TELEPHONE No. 322 Miners' Sports At a meetin,? on Monday if. connection AViih the program tor the July 1st sports to .bo staged by the Rocky Mountain Branch of tlie Canadian Mining In.'itituto, the Trades XInious of the city and the Groat AVar Veterans, a committee composed of iMos.sr-s. M. Johnson, W. Hawkins and T. Long-worth, representing the various organizations interested, was named to take charge Divine Sarah May Come Here L. S. Brown, manager of the Sfiajes-tic Theatre is endeavoring to secure the appearance here of Madame Sarah Bernhardt herself. She will appear with the Orpheum circuit t\nd au effort is being made to bring the whole attraction here. The visit of the famous French aotre.ss will be made during June. Married Help For Farms J. A. We.ir, in charge of the~govern-mont labor distribution agency hero informs the Herald that he has a number of men and wives, with and witlt-out children, who .are anxious to secure work on farms. A couple of weeks ago there was a great shortage, of domestic help for the farms, and CALGARY'S BIG SCHEME Calgary. April ,'i4.-Calgary's share in the greater production campaign for Alberta starlcd at 10 o'clock' this morning on a 200 acre plot of vacant land on the north hill when more than fiftean different kinds of farm tractors started in to make the dirt fly. It was a field day for all the machinery men. Despite loweriris skies with slight flurries of snow, crowds of interested spectators followed each machine, t/ailing the tractors clear across the long furrows. "Designed for You" Hair Cuts WEStBROOK BROS Opposite Bank of Montreal THE SANITARY SHOP --�---.-.^ Maps of City of Lethbridge for Tax Sale for Sale at Robertson's Book Store Phone 42?5 // jf "I Lethbridge Hotel iulidino 7 ARLOW'S EAT. .. ARKET PHONE 796 1110 Sl4