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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta EDISON PHONOGRAPHS The New Kdleon and the Oroberoln. Full range of models always in stock. Come in and see them. ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. EVERYTHING MUSICAL. Phone 1645, 31S 6th 8t. S., Lethbridge.- Alta. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 6.00 P.M. You Will Always Get the Best at The Home of Quality Meats Everything Direct From the Farm to Your Table- DELANYS MEAT CO. FIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 Edison Disc and Cylinder RECORDS We have just 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 HOTEL ttenS&Z, Store PHONE 1487 PRICE 1918 WHEAT PLAN TO SETTLE FULLY AS GREATi ALL LABOR TROUBLE Specials this Week-end APPLES. As advertised. We have almost a car load. 443 boxes to be exact. All repacked. Assorted varieties. Spr.cial per case .......$1.05 Order early they will go out very quickly at this pricf. NAVAL ORANGES. A fresh' lot In this week. We expect this will be the last lot of navnls w�f will be able to get this season. Per dozen .............____ 50o. 60c. 70c, 80c GRAPE FRUITS, extra.large size. Floridas, price each . .'...........................;....... 13c FRESH CELERY. 2 Ibs.'for ....... ....... 26c FRESH CAULIFLOWER, per lb.........----12c HEAD LETTUCE. 2 heads for ............. 25c LEAF LETTUCE, osr lb................... 40c.. FRESH RHUBARB, per (b................. 20c CUCUMBERS, each ......... ..... SOc and 35c RIPE TOMATOES, per lb...................35c POTATOES, extra dry and mealy. Special, per' cwt.................................... $2.40 B. C. ONIONS, Boeofilr 7 lbs. for ...........25c CABBAGE. Special. 7 lbs. for...............25c TURNIPS. Special, 9 lbs. for............... 2Bc FRESH OYSTERS, the Coast Sealed solid meat kind. No water to pay for. NEW LAID EGGS arriving daily. Market price e.^ch dny. MAPLE SYRUP. Bowes brand. Absolutely pure. Prices have advanced on all maple syrups, but we* had this before the advance. Get some at the old price. ' Quart tins, each......................... 60c Half Gallon tins, each.................. $1.15, Gallon tins, each ........................$2.25 Quart bottles, each ........... ........... 65c ONTARIO CHEESE, finest quality, 2 lbs. for 55c MINCE MEAT, in bulk, special, 21b". for ... 35c WAGSTAFFES MINCE MEAT, in glass, special, each..........................�............ 20c No. 2 tins, special, each...................30c SARDINES. Norwegian, Signal Brand. Same size as King Oscar or Crossed FierOQuallty fine. Price per tin............................. 20c OLEOMARGARINE, Swifts, fresh in, price per pound................................... 40c HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. phone 5 2 5 Prepare for Spring Why postpone painting and varnishing. Now is the time to do inside work and today's prices ate all lower t^an they will be later. Ready Mixed Paint / ' ' ' I I I I. Ml III' We are agents for the celebrated "Prism" brand made by the Canada Paint Co. No better paint manufactured. Our guarantee goes with it. Varnishes  We have varnishes suited for every purpose, also varnish stains in all the popular colors. Enamels for both Iron and Wood, Alabastine, Coralite and everything in this line. Also a large stock of brushes at modest prices. Compare our prices, j Consumers Hardware Co. Ottawa. Mar. 14.-The government Vas under consideration the fixing of .� minimum price for the coming: season's wheat crop. Last year toe price fixed wag $2.21 a bushel and the rate this season will be fully as large. The policy of definitely determining the price in advance will, it is believed, serve as a stimulus to production iu that the grain, growers will know what to expect before beginning: operations. It is doubtful if the suggestion of the Alberta legislature to also fix the price for the 1919 crop is carried out so that would embrace considerable speculation as to conditions meanwhile. * AMERICANS PRISONERS Washington, .Mar. 14.-State department advices today transmit reports from Stockholm that some Americans who left on the Finlander. a neutral ship, after the German occupation of Finland, were taken prisoners. Good Hay Quick Timothy and Upland Prairie Farm Products Ltd. W. J. Lloyd, Mgr.' * 201 Sherlock Bldg., Phone 777 New York, Mar. 14.-A special from Washington says: "The capital and labor1 commission in session here dooms strikes by- a plan of no .strikes or lockouts, and no unreasonable profits or wages. Equal pay for women and men where service is equal, collective bargaining and. complete' -*"] arbitration of  alt. differences." MARKETS CAN. ROADS RAISE RATES IN THE U. S. WashingtonT-Mar; 14.-Tentative ap- j proval was given today by the interstate commerce tcominisslon to an application of Canadian carriers for a 15 per cent, class rate increase from points in eastern . Canada and the United States, Port Wiljiani and other .western stations in the Dominion. The increase reflects rate advances grant: I ex! the Canadian carriers some time ago by the Oominion government. The roads joining the application are the Canadiaa. Pacific, Grand Trunk,, aUflblKan/Central, Pere Marquette and; Wabash. WINNIPEG MARKET Oats- Open, May ........... 98^ July............ 95V.: Barlev- Mav............ 190 Flax-May ............ 40(Ui July............... CASH PRICES Oats-No. 2 C.W...?6-� 'Extra 1 Feed . . Xo. 1 Feed. .89'3 llarlev- Xo. 3 ......192 Rejected .. .15S Flax- No. 1 X.W.C. .. Xo. 2 F*ed.38t>1,-. Xo. 3 No. 2 No. 4 Feed Close' . 95%, 94Vs in j 392'., � i c.w.. .r-27i1 .....91 Ts Feed. .85% ____1ST ____155 WANTSTOTAX Edmonton, Mar. 14'.-Banks, telegraph, express and railway, companies are included in the income tax proposals which the city is preparing to ask the government to embody in the { Edmonton, charter as a war measure. i There we're several points of importance outlined during the discussion, one being that a man drawing a salary and also profits from a business would: have to. par an income tux on each.' .........391'i No. S C.W.. .-869H ' Record for Hogs | CalgaVy, Mar. 14.--Hogs made a new high record price here today when selects sold at 20 cents- a pound weighed .off cars. There are 1300 hogs on the market. Another yard record was made when fat cows, brought $10.50. Choice steers are selling at $12.00. ' v j Edmenton Record | Edmonton. Mar., 14.-Hogs sold at the Edmonton stock yards today for S19.50, the highest price on record here. J Toronto Livestock | Toronto, Mar. 14.-Receipts at ihe Union stock yards were 292 cattle, 41 calves,\ 1834 hogs, 98 sheep.- Quotations: > Export cattle choice $12 to $12.50; export bullB $9 to $10; butcher cattle $10.25 to $11.50: medium $9.25 to $10: common $8.25 to $8.75: cows choice $8.75 to $10; medium $7.25 to $S Sheep, ewes $12.50 to $14.50; bucks and culls $7.60 to $10; lambs $18.50 to $19.50. Hogs, fed and watered $20. Calves $15 to $17. Big Sale of Hogs | Winnipeg, Mar. 14.-The United Grain Growers made an unusual sale of hogs yesterday. There were 53 hogs in the shipment; they weighed 12,830 pounds, bringing 2fi��. cents a pound. The net return after paying expenses was $2,530, or $47.74 a head, Shamrock for St Patrick's Day Call on Friday or Saturday and get a Shamrock FREE, to wear on St. PatrickVd|& THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LIMITED phon* Nr. CITY AND DISTRICT Telegraph Supt. Here I). L. Howard, superintendent of P. R. telegraphs. Alberta, division, in the city today. SjCITY Remains Being Held The remain's of the- late John Taylor are being hold at Fctterly's parlors awaiting the arrival of Mrs. Taylor from the coast. Tours This Division General Superintendent J. M. Cameron of the C.P.R., is on a tour of the Lethbridge division. He visited Cards-ton yesterday and is at Coutts today. C. IX MacKintos.li. the local superintendent, is accompanying him. AND DISTRICT Acting Health Officer Senator De Veber is leaving tonight for Ottawa to attend' the session. During his absence Dr. bafferty will act as Medical Health Officer and Dr. 1'. M. Campbell as medical superintendent of the Gait hospital. . The Twentieth Century Book Store 'Everybody's Book Shop1* "We Sell the Book. Bob* Talked About" 614 FOURTH AVENUE f HONE 613 Metal Ceilings are safer, more. sanitary and handsomer in appearance than the old style plaster. Especially in halls amU large buildings are they especially desirable. We/put them up skilfully and quietly. If ron toajje' a room that requires a new ceiling, have it. of metal and have. it from us. A visit) here by you' or one to you by us ,jrfUl tell you why. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. DEAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA CANADA'S TRADE Ottawa, Mar. 14.-A.total Canadian trade of $2,873,724,883 for the 11 months of the current fiscal year, ending with February is shown in the monthly trade statement for February issued today by the department, of customs. This is a considerable increase over the similar period last year when Canada's total trade aggregated $2,018,447,397. For Uie month of February the trade balance wus S143.231.607 against $140,162,700 for February. 1917. Exports of domestic goods for the period inclusive; p� corn and bullion were $1,440,459,944 for the 11 months as against $1,02�,046,435 for the same period last year. Oeods entered for consumption were valued at $886,648,-750 on which duties amounted to $146,-789,221.' .. : For the 11 months of the previous. w me and Oil The mainstay of the ancients, find expression of the fullest value in Vinol The tonic food _ and reconstructive for/ both young end old. if ' $1.001 J. 1. Higiobotkai & Co 1 Limited 1 tjw ' Alberta's Pioneer Oraepilet*' Wholesale and Retail Chemists. TELEPHONE No. 322 A Correction The residence,-1258 6th Ave. A. south which Inspector Morgan recently purchased, was formerly owned by Mr. Jiolbrook, manager of the Merchants Bask, at Killam, Alta., but tenanted by Suph C. A. Cotterell of the C.P.R. Death Mrs. Sumner The dcatlt occurred on Wednesday of Lydia Sumner, beloved wife of Oliver Sumner, aged 32 years, at the family residence, 1264 14fli Ave. X. Tho funeral will take place from the residence on Saturday, March 16th. to St. Mary's church and thence to St. Au-gustin's cemetery where interment will take place. Rev. A'. IC. Snow will officiate. Besides aloving husband, Oliver Sumner, a miner at No. 6 mine, and a former well known footballer of the city, dcc^as"ed leaves two little children aged'seven and three years to �mourn her. TJt'e funeral arrangements are in charge of Mr. T. S. Feiterly. HUGE INCREASE IN Local Man'* Success., The report of the Shorthand examination for February of the Institute of Canadian Commercial Educators includes among Its honor graduates the name of Mr. Egon Kunst, a student of the Garbutt Business College, Leth- Got a Shock The..laconic announcement on the door of the post office leading to the Dominion Dand Office that "this office is closed and transferred to Loth-bridge." came as a great shock to the citizens of Medicine, Hat and several farmers, who had Come to town to transact business at the Land Office, as the impression prevailed that them; was a possibility of the government rscorisidering their decision to close down this office. Mr. J. W. Martin, of Calgary, inspector of Dominion Land I/Agencies for Alberta and B. C, came , jidown from that city this morning and : officially closed the office.-Mediclne.j H-at News. Ottawa, Mar. 14.-An increase of no less titan $50,000,000 in the value of the dairy products of CanSria is claimed by tho Dominion dairy Commissioner as a result of improvements which have been made in herds since 1914. These improvements are due to the growth of the practice of "cow testing" which, it is believed has increased tho average yield of milk per cow for all Canada by fully thirty per cent. LAFOLLETTE COMES bridge. 86. Mr. Kunsfs percentage was Macleod Land3 Cadillac Cup Stewart and McDonald of Macleod. Invaded the city with their rinks last night and lifted the Cadillac -Cup-Stewart,' was four up on Aird and McDonald had a similar-lead over Johnson. Vulcan had a challenge in for the cup but will now have to jonrney to Macleod for it. With The ,17th of Ireland so close the annual Irish-Scotch game is to be played. Hugh Boyd's Irish terriers and Hugh Scott's por-ridg� eater3 will line up for the fray. IN M E.MORI AM Prepare Program The sub-committee of the various locals of the U.F.A. in this vicinity met yesterday afternoon in the Y.M.C.A. with a good attendance and prepared the program for the big district, meeting of U.F.A. members to be held on Saturday afternoon. The placis of meeting will be the K.P. harl and the time, two o'clock. The widest possible representation of farmers of the district, is urged so that the matter of a district U.F./T. organization may be finally decided. In loving memory of Pte Raymond Murdoch, No. 624823, Central Alberta Batt. 1ST, the heloved son of >ir. and Mrs. John Murdoch, who died in Liverpool hospital, England, March 11, 1917, aged 23 years: Madison, Wis., Mar. 14--Senator Robert Lafollette today issued a sign-, ed statement appealing to the voters^ of Wisconsin to elect James Thompson of Lacrosse, to the vacancy in the United States Benate made vacant by the death oTPaul Husttarg. Mr., Thompson will fight to curb the "power of any man in saying how long the war Arthur j shall continue and what the aims of the nation shall be," Lafollette says. The statement is the first message from Lafollette to the press of Washington in months. A loving son, a brother kind, A beautiful memory left behind', He proudly answered his country's call, His life he gave for one and all. Oh (hat an ear from home had been near To hear with love his dying prayer. From Father, Mother, Sisters and Brothers. Mrs. John Murdoch. 1252 6th Ave. A. South, 79-1 Lethbridge, Alberta. Only One "BROMO QUININE" To get the genuine, call for full name LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets. Look for signature of E. W. OROVB. Cures a Cold in One Day. 30c. - ANNOUNCEMENT Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. 9. and 13th Street MINING, BUILDING 4 RAILWAY SUPPLIES * EQUIPMENT TUOHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS aANG PLOWS SULKIES FOJtO TRACTOR ATTACK UOOICS MINTS. OEMOCRATS . AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS . BIHD.~R ENSCIEf ' PHONE 1726-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR Are you taking advantage of our Clearance Safe of Wall Papers COME EARLY. Robertson's BookStore Present Stand 118 5th Street 8. New Stand will be Lethbridge Hotel Block. year Imports amounted to $769,442,187i wDile customs collections aggregated $130,550,845, or approximately fifteen million dollars less. For February imports ami customs collections were $53,108,214, and $9.4.49,797, respectively for this . year and $68,535,938 and $11,409,494 respectively for February, 1917. Exports of Canadian goods during February this year were $86,861,617,' as increase of about $18,000,000 over February, 1917. May Come Here Rev. French E. Oliver, D.D.', American evangelist, was a guest of Geo. R. Jackman this morning for breakfast between trains. Dr. Oliver is an old friend of the Jackman's. He is on his way home to Pasadena, Califs, for a little rest, then he returns tci Calgary to conduct an evangelistic campaign beginning April 14th. The Calgary people are building a la.rge tabernacle for the meeting. Dr. Oliver is one of America's most, distinguished and successfub'-evangelists, Arrangements may be made for his coming to Lethbridge this season. On Monday, March 25th at 8 p. m., the Young Ladies' '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 j "The Elopement of Ellen." Both are ' full of amusing complications and w*!l 1 worth going to see. Be sure and re-| serve Jhis date. Tickets may" he obtained from Miss Hendry at Higin-bothoin's Drug Stoire or from any member of the class. Adults 35c, children 25c. / i Easter Greetings Make your Kastar Greeting s personal one. Your photograph will add individuality to your message of thought-fulness and good will. MAKE THE ' ^OINTMENT TO. Smith's Studio BOB Third Ave. 8. Phone 1471 YOUR'E SAFE-AT THE SANITARY SHOP. WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal This Meat Market was the. First v to be Established in and Lethbridge Today Is first in serving uniformly firat quality meats. We do business by phone. R. C0ULTRY The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 49� I', IF YOU NEED HAY CALL ON O. Phone 1244 HYDE & CO. > Lethbridge HAYF0R SALE CARLOADS OR LESS ' TIMOTHY, UPLAND. ALFALFA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS. , PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South i Telsphone 732 Get Your Old Shoes from the bottom of the closet, sort a pair or so and, no matter how much worn they may appear to you, bring them h�re. They must be very bad indeed if we cannot repair them on our modern machines. They practically remake the shoes. Give our service a tria.l. You'll find' it a groat saver of shoe expense. O.K. Shoe Go A. R. REDSHAW A. J. RASMUSSEN 817 Third Avenue South, Lethbridge Phone 733 This store to be opened on Tuesday, March 12th et 8 a.m.! I Office Equi Office and Typewriter Desks, Chairs, Filing Cabinets, Agents for) Woodstock Typewriters, Dick's Mimeograph, F. & E. Check Writer, Standard Envelope Sealer and Stamp Affixer, Burroughs' Adding Machine. 1 Stock Register*, Seals and Stock Certificates. A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. . EVER ALL & FRANKS Sinnott Block, cor. 1th' Ave. and 6th St. Phone 1107 18163745 1?2250 ;