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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta ASSNBOU MUSK CO.. LTD. j lit 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD nd durable Lawn e( win, M Inch high 22c a foot, with 1 it C.G.OLANDER IN MEMOR1AM. lovin's Memory of Pte. Stewart W. Tuck'well of the flght- ing Tenth, who was kiiled'ln atlion at Vimy Sector, April 2Stb, 13l7. He nobly did his duty Amidst tbe shot and shell, With comrades round him lyini, He fought until he fell. He bade no last fartwfli, He waved his hand to none, His spirit new before we inew, That he from us hod gone. Inserted by his wife and children. UNION SETS AND MULTIPLIERS FLOWER Collision; Fine i> Speeding occasioned a collision on Thirteenth' Street north, on Saturday, In which a carv driven" by Mr. Dlxoii 6t was run Into a car Tea.hy J. D. Finlay, with the shak- ing up of the occupants in Che former car and inu4h damage to tbe car For the offense of speeding with'tttfe re- sults menttoned. Mr. Findiar appear- ed bsfore-MagiEtrale Irwin this mom5 and was fined f 25 and .costs. Swing Into Une With the Spirit of Spring and Attend to Your Painting Now Look ibcut TCU tee. your hoiue 'woald look -Hundred per cent better with a ol pilnt. Probably tio fence, garage, and Inferior wood-work could well a' patntlns. Tour floors unfl turnlturt pMflbly hi readiness fcj a touch of brighten their i .Painting'and rarnishhn will not only beuitlfy jour home but vrlll raike thlnie list so much loogir that It's actually cheaper to pttat them now than to hire to -si-air, we cm lupply yon with.til of virnlshet, oils brushes at inch reasonable pricei. Tour buatneM In Itees will be apprsctated and you will jet the-best possible values. tfate Supply Co. -BUSINESS Office MFMOB1AH memory of our dear brother, Duncan >fcXabb, i was Wiled in action on April 23th, 191T, at Vtay.Rldge. Days of stlii come o'er us, fears of BOrrow'often Bow, t But memory keeps bur Dear Though Gdd-'claimed two years have lost we who him, And like others must be brave! For we'know bis comrades laid him In a British soldier's grave. There is a -link- death cannot sever, Love and for ever. Inserted by bte brothers and ititers. i NOTORIOUS-ACTRESS w THE cm Wiat is sure to jlfove of'the .Host seuMtioaal features of the li belne riown it; the Einpresi Lheatre for two daytr coramencins today. It'U.Bvplrn' Nesblt, In hei mous story-of'the underworld ot arls.V'The Woman Who AND ANNOUNCEMENT Gardens plowed. The Transfer. Phone 1097. Dr. W. D. Campbell, dsnlist.: Al- Block. Phone 1506. Expert Interior and' exterior photo- graphy. ?houe 455 or evening 1G43. Wnen you smnt your gardena plow- ed, call up J. H. O'Reilly, phone 1250. VEGETABLE ;SEEDS Call I'll Come Back to You" sung-by Lleul. John Kteele. No. 236.000. Victor Dept., Willis Piano Store, 707 3rd Ave. United Mice Workers of America Grand Benefit tttnce will be held in the Rex Theatre, coalliursf, Aita., on April five-piece- or- chestra in attendance. STOKR IOBETT, limited AB Lwuu Itartai WANTED LISTINGS of HOUSES ou Tried Our Otftrtimrn (LH4. Order, of MOOM Uthbridge LotigeYro. 782, The Ms- tator, regrets that owing to nnforaeen the memorial services to be held on Sunday, April 27th. are cancelled until further notice.' 'The and of Eng- and are'holding-a WMSr fMnce in Burgtnann'i hall on Wedties- day, AprJI Mth wi" w OAT! Car in HICHEST QRADt VICTORY Grown from Registered Siock. biwtwl frofln car SALVAGE OATS Second Car Unloaded. V-29 100 I In. Mckeif. Thlm Is feeri for horses, sneep, hogs or ponltry. F. 0. HVBt CO. Chafacter Jti Haridwritmg 'Good'.hanftwritfog Iniraediately conveys v pleasing'imprcs- wfll vou muit have a pen whlct brlags out the chancier, and, individuality of yoar wrttlnj. nibs variely of from whloh can be selected the ODe'Vhich right for you. Exceptional skill and caro contribute to_.the manufacture cit the PEN; Uio smooth-fiow-and.'.ready, Inslanl aotion give free play to (he hand. FOR SALE The Twentieth Century Book Store PHONE 5M FOURTH-AVENUE POLICE AND STRIKERS EXCHANGE Mass., April 28 Shot's were exchanged between the pdlice and strikp sympalhlicrs during rbts this morning None of the shots loch effect, hut three pplkemen were stoned. Reports that many of the striker? planned Ib return to work to ilav brought out an unusually large number ot pickets, but ttiei-c was little trouble in 'the immediate vicinity of tho mills. The contract price tor the erectloi c( tho educational block at Hoya Military collc-gc, Kingston, Is and the building 'is softiitletei! and ready for occupation for Iho Open Ing of tha fall term In 1920. Quaker Bread Is kind you pledged to the same principles of puritjlj 4 you the same cleanly care, as well. v JOHN GHJV10RE, BAKERS CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER YOU WILL FIND HERE A COMPUTE AMOKTMENT TO ALL YOUR IN THIt LINE AND 'ARK TO APPEAL TO.YOU, wfek 51ft Ungtlu with CWrnfited 50ft CMP- Ntides, Uwn Sprwdert U H1CK-SEHL HARDWARE Ce. QtNERAL MAIIOWASE, PLUMIl'M >NO Office Supplies S Equipmeiit SOLE AOINTt {of Letbbrldfe and district for Tkt'UMcnrMt writer, Typewriter, National u4 Hliov-Dlck' Mireeoffrlpi. PRINTING, AND EVER ALL FRANKS THIMD AVENUI MVTH SOUTHARD M.OCK ;