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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta EDISON PHONOGRAPHS The New Editor) and the Omberola. Pull range of models always in stock. Come in and sec them, . ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. EVERYTHING MUSICAL. Phone 154S, 315 6th St. S.. Lethbridge. A!ta. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS PROM 6.00 A.M. TO .00 P.M. You Will Always Get the Best at The Home of Quality Meats A REMARKABLE APPLE SALE Everything Direct From the Farm to Your Table. DELANYS MEAT CO. rl!"TH ST. S. OPFOSiTE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE. 4:-2 Edison Disc and Cylinder RECORDS We have ji;st opened a large shipment of both Edison Disc and Cylinder Records. You can now get many numbers that have been short for some time. Come in while the selection is good. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOT EL 3% - 92% . Sti% .183?4 .157 .154 .396 U .374% sold R. L. Borden. The matter of daylight saving which has been receiving the attention of President Marnoch was tabled owing to the fact that the Dominion government is understood to have the- Question under advisement and something may be done tho coming session. i IT. S. McDougall, a former London, er, who has been in charge of the ! freight department of the Grand i Trunk at Stratford for five years, will | succeed D. XV. Hayes as freight agent' I in London. _ The Twentieth Century Book Store "Everybody'* Book Shop" "We Sell the Books Being Talked About" 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 Oats-.May ... July . . I-'lai-May .. July ... Barlisy- No sales. Cash Prices Oats-No. 2 C.W.. . P7SS Extra. No. 1 teek _ ..... No. 1 feed.. 90% No. 2 feed. Barlev- No. 5 ......1S*% No. 4 ..... Rejected......."............. Feed ...................... Flax-No. 1 X.W.C................. No. 2 C.w...;j91ii No. 3 C-W-'-Calgary Livestock Calgary. March 13.-Cattle steady today, prime beeves reaching 12 cents. Demand for choice killers is keen but the common kinds are not wanted. Fat cows are quoted at S9.aU to 19.60. No hogs in this week, but it is expected that they will open at $19.50 or better. � Winnipeg Livestock "Winnipeg, Mar. 13.-Receipts at the Union stock yards today were 4flu cattle and 1,071 hogs. Cattle market strong ou grades of butcher stuff. Hog market went to a record price, selects selling at $20 a hundred. Quotations: ,Butcher steers $7.30 to $12; heifers $7.50 to $11; cows $5,25 to $10.50; bulls $6.50. to $8.75; oxen $5.50 to $9.25; stackers and feeders $7.50 to $9.25;. veal calves $6.50 to $12.50; choice lambs $15.50 to $10.50. Hogs, selects $20.; heavies $15 to $1(1.50: sows $12 to $13; stags $9 to $10; lights $14.50 to $1.0. K ANNOUNCEMENT St. Patrick's Day, Novelties We have a splendid assortment of special deciNntions and novelties for the. 17th (St. rat-rick's Day) consisting of tho following: Irish Green Pig*,-10c. 3 for 25c Irish Hat Candy Boxes, 10c, 3 for ..................... 25c Irish Caps of Crepe Paper for boys and girls, 15c, 2 for 25c Decorated Crepe Paper Table Covers................. 40c Decorated Crepe Napkins, package .................... 20c Decorated Paper'Plates, doz. 40c Decorated Crepe Doilies, package........... .......... 15c St. Patrick's Garlands, 15 feet long .................... 35c Shamrock Seals, etc. package. 15c, 2 for ... ;'.......... 25c Drape Paper Decorated with Shamrocks, etc., folio ..... 25c Shamrock Decorated Tea- Sets, each ...----r........... 75c THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK C0.3IMITED PHONE" $S5 - - CITY AND" DISTRICT Land Man Here John M. Downs, the well knewn Spokane landman, is in the city. ' Want Straw The exhibition board is advertising for tenders for 20 tons of baled straw for the exhibition grounds. / For'Belgian Relief * XV: A. Buchanan. M.P., acknowledges receipt of $3.00 for the Belfdan Relief from ''Beatrice tind Marjory." C. O. F. Meeting The regular meeting ot the Canadian Order of Foresters will be held in the K. of P. hall tomorrow, (Thursday), March 14th, at S p.m. Special business. Please attends. Visitors welcome. , Had Booze i Lloyd Wood appeared before Mugis-j trate Elton in A.P.P. court this 111091-ing and was fined $1 and costs for he-I ing drunk and $10 and costs for hav-j ing a bottle in a public place. Logic Unless the stove is well set up and connected with the outlets, it cannot give you the service you expect. Heating.stov'� ; ;u:d cooking ranges, s?t up an 1 piped by us, are bound to serve you well because we guarantee outwork as being perfect, permanent and Reasonable in price. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA On Monday, March 25th, .at .8 p. ui.,! the Young Ladles' class of.'of-Wesley church is giving a concert in Wesley hall, proceeds to go to-the building fund of the church. The program will consist of a two-act play "A Perplexing Problem," and a three-act play 'The Elopement of Ellen." Both' aro full of amusing complications and well worth going to see. Be sure and reserve this date. Tickets may be obtained from Miss Zfcndry at Jligin-botham's Drug Store or from any member of the class. Adults 3oc, children and Oil The mainstay of the ancients, find expression of the fullest value in* Vinol The tonic food and reconstructive for both voung and old. $1.00 J. D. Higiabotham & Co Limited The / Stow 'Alberta's Pioneer Druggist** Wholesale and Retail Chemist*. TELEPHONE No. 322 Auto Club Meeting Every auto owner in the city and district should bo present tonight at the annual meeting of the Lethbridge Auto club when matters pertaining to good roads, and the