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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Yon win Always G� ft� Beil � fFheHome of Qttilijty MeatA Everythingr Direct From tlTe Iwm to Your Table. DELANYSlp^i^ riFTH ST. S, OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 Edison Disc and Cylinder RECORDS We have just opened a large shipment of both Edi�on Disc and Cylinder Records. You-can now get many number* that have been short for some lime. Come In while the selection Is good. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. ^^t^^fff, Store NEXT DALLAS HOTtL PHONE 14�7 DONT INI IHE SPECilLAIORS 10 GET THE RESERVE Board of Trade Council Passes - Resolution-Wait Information on Income Tax , cespecttully suKgests (o the Dominton Goveriimeni that the sale conditions and'passJnr.'of tiile for such areas of the Blood Indtott"Reserve as are put up for should provide that certain acreages of each parcel sold must be put under cultivatlonavlthin ( such reasoriablo time limits as' may be specltieil. The'aevelopment ot the country and tlje increase-ot pToducllon,\�in notbe advantaged . by: simply changing, "the ownershtp of these uncultivated Idnffs from the Iniiians to persons wKo may, unless the conditions of sale provide A REPRKABLE APPLE SALE CciiiifeiNG dil^ WEEK 443 Boxes Wl'fieVX'ii|;.ai>rTZENBERQ8, ROMAN BEAUTIES, ETC. ^jTHE�^. f Ap.Ri^ES . WERE BOUGHT INW'A�iMi>lt�#6N:LAST ^Ll. BXTHE^UNITED GRAIN, QROWBRS ftUo �V(rEI*6Eb'A'COUf^LE OP HUNDRED BOXES WHEN THEY ARRIVED AND PUT THE BALANCE IfVTOVsirORAGE.';SOME OF THEM AR? SHOWING A LIJTLE SHRINKAGE io WE ARE REPACKING THft^HOUEkOT TO. SEE THAT EVERY BOX IS IN.GOOD CONDITtON J^EFORE IT GOES OUT. \*E,-.MAV^BEEW ADVISED THAT WE ARE TO HA-NDLE THEM-ON CONSIGNMENT SO WE ARE'b0�NC|ftTJ&;0>'^ER THEM ' ;- ' WhUe They Last, per case, $1.95 REMEMBER TH!S-�?�.'>B0UT TWO THIRDS OF THE REGULAR PRICE;AT PRESENT. PLACE YOUR ORDER EARLYvlFYOUWANt SOME. . * y:. HIGH-CLASS' pROCER^ " THE GOOD CO. ONE 525 It tlie Dominion government Is to lell 100,000 acres of the Blood Reserve, the Lathbridge board ot trade vanls to make sure that it shall not pass from the hands of the Indians Into the hands of speculators who will �w-lthhold it from production. This was the unanimous opinion expressed by the board of trade council at its regular meeting on Tuesday afternoon when ree 'following resolution was passed and ordered sent to every member of the Ottawa cabinet; That the Lethbridge Board of Trade Hay Good Quick Timothy and Upland Prairie ~ Farm Products LtA W. J.'/Lloyd, Mar. 201 Sherlock BIdi., Ph�n� 777 ^ Winnipeg., MarchX3..-^Tti9 marltot today was quiet but utroiiK for cash oats, with spreads l-�c-to�lsctirit-bet- otberwlae.^intaln.these, lands - ten No. i C. W. oat^ .VTBfO :l-2 centj, ivlthout ci^Uivatioh. :V ) over the May delivery at^noon. Tough Th^'board alio "wants"more Inlorma- �------------' ' " tlon.J^bSUt the,income tax-w-ith the result that the following telegram's^were exchanged''with Ottawa: \ Kl. Hon. Sir R. L. Borden, Ottawa. The Lethbridge Board of Trade has' been helping the public to-get Income Tax forms by holding a supply liere for'distributlon, no officer of the financp department havings been yet located inXietbbridge. It is evident that the publlc^generally desires ,io fulfill the duly of completing these forms in as competent > manner as possible j , but there* is a great dearth ot infor-' , mation "as'to how this may be done. Fai-mers in particular ' have many special questionS'Upon which guidance is required. The l.o!hbrldgo Board ot Trade respectfully suggests to rhe.Do-minlon Government and the Finance Department that the public shoui'.l be t.-'.l.-e'"n more into the/cjufidence oC tli. g.ivernment an�i that a reries of -.mes!-icns and answers elucidating thi; ai-t jiirt leillng of. .such vvlinga as miy already have b'eeu made should be pio F-i-ed for immedJiite distribution. . j - J.. Rvissel!, OUrer. ' e%o^ated with Sham^-ocks, etc,, ,foMqi ..... 25c Shamrock Decorated Tea> Sets, each 78c THE RED CROiSS DRUG & BOOK CC'^ITED ' PHONr J3s  -. Logic , vpnlef3llieii^ well set up V 'Mfl XfoiiaecteVl; wit^ outlets, ^i Hx'cwiifol; glTfl; you tho service, J, stovp.i and cjofJKlng rftngM.BqtvUp aiil plpei^ �:, by/vuaii-a^s^una' to Jerye� yoii well* BpqaUeel l^e guarantee our 'J -work^iasybelnj sperfecf, perma-J, n�pt.;an((^rtwnablo la price, , ; TheDixon She^t Metal Co. , REAR .STAFFORD BLOCK ; tBTHBRlbOE, ALMRTA full of ainu8�ng.compJJc4tlona;an)3 well! worth going to see. ' Be- atiro and 7eJ serve this date. TlcHete'raaybft obtained from Miss �'endrj'"at..IliginJ botham's Drug Store or;troiqa'hy.lnem-i her of the class. Adujia 35cr children and Oil The mainstay of tKe ancients, find expression of the fullest value. in>' Vinol Hie tonic food andnire-i constructive for bdih^ ^voung and old. ? r j Sl.OO lil^HigiabothaB&iCil Liiiute4 AISMrta'a  Pioneer DAiggltU* Wliplesale and Retail Chiim9 hern given by the railway ;ldfiard r1 lowing the' Algoma, CjpntT>l' and Hud son BayJlai)road comjjuhj; tdilncrcMo Its by 15 oay jxaiiroaa compiyir, to.Wcrnwo speciirt rates otf charcoal dordwOAd: 15 per con^  ^" -J^;-', ' SttpJEirior Supply Cp i CQUiPMCNT l^l,Llli.|Wifl HI. .ffP^^i^Wip, I ..III. � I *W->�W^^p-I^MtlpM^ ,, ^ *�pd Ave. 8..and nth Stra'tt. " MINING. .B|0jLOir>J0. * R^H-VVAY ISUPPUaS/ 'i. '^MS^wAtAKS a'BUUIja^'BtAR ' * f* r 'Ik'' 1 Are you taking . age of oar.Cleararidji'Sa'.e ~ , of- / ' ', \' - ) ' �l..,Preaent _ '^'New Stand Hotel f l^eK, In loving Memory ot our .dca?;v80?i and brother, Charles John Payne, ;wnp tell aslpep March 33th, 1916: ' We know that his voice igjsHeilti ir'-:^; AVe know that his Hps ar^-cold, /' v;. Yet ho seems to come at aunaeV. 7! To sing -UB the ot old; v ; V � VI^ chants ot tlie battioondmB.^j � -He BlngB of the Boul reloaBeT.. .'.i^s . �From earth to his home of peaco.; v , ---- -,. This Meat Market Wai-'ittje--^'?. in Le^i)bricit94^' Today li first in eervifis uniformly  qMa'ity meatK^.4 ^(�%; ' i EiUbllshed and ' .We do butlnets by phpnel^ ,j' R. couLTR^j-i5#; CITY ANP^ DISTRICT .Land Man Here ' ' - John M. DAwnB, the well knew'n Spokane landman, is Jh the city. ' Want Straw The exhibition bonnl is advertising for tenders tor 20 tons of baled straw tor the. exhibition grounds. ' '. - ForiBelgian Relief ( W. A.^Buchanan, M.P., acknowledges' receipt of 13.00 for the BeleJan Belief .Irom >'Beatrlce;1�nd Marjory." ; . . C. O. F". Meeting  . Tiife regular meeting ot tho Canadian Order of Foresters will be held In .tho K. "of P. hull tomorrow, (Thursday), �March 14tli, at S p.m. Special business. Please attOnili Visitors welcome. V , -i- \/ ANTI SOOT, , WITCH SOOT DESTROYER, POWPEREO WAX, FLOOR-WAX;-: and: all the mall articles jiauatly kept In a flnrt elate hargware ttere. HARDWARE CO. j CITYL AND DISTRICT Too^yoiing to Drive Car Dr. TliomBo.!�'wa8 fined ?1 and costs this morninB for'artowing his^ son under Ifi years "of age "to drive his automobile In a; public place, contrary to the M.V. Act,  ' � *� ^. � Big Service Station " , Tlip^lmperllil OH Go, have secured a lease on' the .property at the roar of the SInnolt blocltr comer of 5Ui Stt and 4th AVo, S, and on MondajF next will commence'the. construction of a service station which will cost in tlvla neigl)borhood of 15000, I--ocal Manager Green stated this morning that the ibullding" would be 33 feet by 2tr feet with tiled roof and pleasing' to the eye. Oil,-gas and/alr will be nvaliablo at the statldn, and a luBrlcatlng ox-pert will' be in charge, A wash room, lavatory and test room will also be, iprovldedi which will fill a I6ng-fi^ages'haB riot yet^ been establlBhed.-fbttt it will i-uu'coiH sldorably higher; than a year ago. ^ ' SCHU'BERTi'BEAT BURNS . I rill I � ' , � � � Bridgeport,-'Conrii,, March 12,- Al Shubort ot- ;N,oyt :Bedtord, Maaw., -was given the-newspaper decision over Frankie.Burn^tOt Jersey City, in a fast andi.inier^Bting 12 lounU bout hero last-night,' . ^  A brother of Rev. ^ G. Herring of Bow tsland, was likely lost by the alnkWg'of the "Glenart.Castle," ^Mifior Victor Kent, aoi) of J, V.Kent, nianager of tho Canada ^Loan -Co., London, Ont., was killed in action.-, � - � . .�' � The Si}skatchewan government has decided to protect/thp. banks against any Iobb as the reaultot maklti'g>^ad-vances^Ior seed anln-loMs In the evei^t of a crop failure^ (his year. EMter Grectiogt Make "your Baster I^U'8StN: � P^Z.'^'^'''"* AvenMo South, Lei)ib>Mai* At'sfe^-Pholie-7^^^ �irull LINE (9F 0FFlCE\fTATi!6NeRV'.' -:lpiL\ix;&,FpiAWKs,; I 8inn.jtiiiLojfe,cor, 4th Ave. anil stlj>St. > t Phe^a/it07 16 ;