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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THK PIAnOS of quality Stcinway, Ndrdheimer, New Scalo Williams. Rilinei Bros; We Invite you to our Show __^ Room to inspect thoiilr- A^BINIBOIA MUSrC CO., LTD. phone 154S, 315 6th St. S., Lethbridge, Alta. HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALa FROM 0.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.tit. Suggestions for To-morrow PORK PIES SPECIAL SAUSAGE No. 1 BEEF, PORK AND MUTTON Delany's Meat Co. SEED POTATOES We have todar, some EXTRA FINE AMERICAN WONDER AND GOLD COIN POTATOES. All the Early Ohio we liad in have been sold but we have another 3000 pounds coming in on Monday; also about 40O0 lbs. Green Mountains coming in on Tuesday. Place your orders now if you want any of the above. FCFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 HIGH-CLA.SS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHO NE 5 2 S EASTMAN KODAKS You will be surprised at\he pleasure to l)o .derived from n good camera. We have a well equipped camera department niui can takn care of all your needs in this respect. Prices are as low as quality permits and satisfaction is guaranteed at all times. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd-^^efO^ Store NEXT OALLA8 HOTEL phone 1487 MARKETS > Montevideo, ??fitguay, April guay's Inquiry as to \rhether ? > the German governmelit con- ? > sidered that a state of war ex- > ? isted heiween, Uruguay and ? > Germany an unsatisfactoo' �> ? one. It is" expected that an ? tonight. " > portance is that Dr. Jamieson of the provincial health department will have an e.\hibit along health lines at the fair. Baby welfare and hygiene will be the outstanding features of the e.xhibit, and moving pictures showing various important sanitation matters will be 3ho^fn. The stampede is^ receiving much attention. Poles for the corrals have arrived and a start will ne made tomorrow erecting them. The stampeie is being widely advertised in Montana. Close 90 V- 3S9 CAPTAIN "BOB" PEARSON fiETS ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTIONS Manager W. McC. Moore, of the Amalgamated Fair, announced this morning that Ctordston has now agreed to enter the amalgamation and that the fair and stampede from July to 37 will be representative of Leth-b'Wdge, Raymond. Magrath and Cards-ton. The terms under which Cardston enters the amalgamation are satisfactory all round and the fair board has been assured tlie active support of the Cardston people not only in the matter of exhibits from that section bat also In attendance. , Another #nnotmcement of some im- Obo round of enthusiastic receptions hcs been the experience of Capiain Robert Pearson, M.L-A,. who has been touring the province siince the session prorogued. e3cplaiUilr>g the work of the Red Triangle in England and France. Capt. Pearson is very optimistic regarding the campaign, and judging by the enthusiasm and energy with which- the people are taking hold of it, is confident that the boys at the front �will have their usual share of comforts, recreation and entertainments again this summer. WINNIPEG-MARKET Oafs- Open Mav............ i)0% Vuly............ SS Barley- ' 3Iay".............>, Flax- ___ Mav............ 3S4 July............ 384^ CASH PRICES Oats- Xo. 2 C.W...0014 No. 3 C.W. Extra 1 Feed.............. Xo. 1 Feed.. .Si^A No. 3 Feed.. .SlVi Barley- No. 3 ......153 No. 4 ......148 Rejected ...123 Feed .......120 ! Flax-r- No. 1 N.W.C................3SS% No. 2 C.W...3S5V4 No. 3 C.W...363?i Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg, April 26.-Tije cattle market wa'a steady with firm prices prevailing this morning. The demand � for butcher cattle was keen. The hog | prices'Were unchanged. Quotations: Butcher steers $10.50 to yio.oO; heif-' er^ ?9 to $14; cows S5.50 to ?13; bulls $7.50 to 512; oxen, ?6 to $10.50; stock-ers and teeners $7.75 to $10.50; veal \ calves, $7.75 to $15.50. - I Hogs-Selects $19.40; heavies $10 to $16.75; sows $15.75 to $16.71; light $16.50 to $19. . ' ANNOUNGEMENTS Gardens ploughed. McLean Transfer Co. Phone 1097. 115-0 A dance will be held in Burgmginn's hall, loth Street North, every Saturday, night Two-piece orchestra in attendance. H. Burgman in charge. Gents 75c. Ladies free. 115-1 RETURNING SOLDIERS A Canadian Atlantic Tort, April 25. -A steamer having on board 738 re- � taming officers, N. C. O.'s and men of' the C. E. F. arrived here last night j and docked this morning. Get that Kodak Dusted Up Wa are KODAK Agents and hitve a stock of new films, papers and a fine range of Kodaks. See the Universal line. They are easy to handle. Let us shov* you. y We 4o amateur finishing in quick time. THE FRANK HEPLEY CO. STUeUKD SPECIAL f�1ATINEE SATURDAY 10.30 to 12.k , Marguerite Clark IN "BAB'S Admission^ BURGLAR" Children 5 6ent8 TheTwentieth (Century Book Store "E%repybody'� Book Shop" "We SeU the Books Being Talked About" 674 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 61,1 THE BEST Meats ARE AS NEAR AS YOUR TELEPHONE. R, COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 492 An Emulsion Easy to Take Cod liver;oil is one of the greatest vitalizers l