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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^jj; : .M.WSIfcl MU8ICI, MUS1CI MUStCl MU31C1 � . AVhen yon w%tit ftnythlngin (hp Muaia �vCome to o�r Ston> und feeluol it from our ml Stock. .We Iteon vopyUtlnK Jn .Mntii.> .insl , ' MtislHal Hoods, � . AS^INIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTb. ' :>iPhone 1B46, 316 6th atye are ellihg tKe^e for are the cheapest-fruit you can buy. -You want fruit ofsome kind and very shortly you'will not be able to get apples. ' mile they.last, ;" ^ . ' Price, box$lift5 . Edison Disc and Cylinder RECORDS  > We have Just opened.a large shipment of both Edison Olse and Cylinder Records, Vou can now get many numbers that have been short for some time. Come in while the seieetlotvis good.' THE KENNY >& AliLiN CO, Ltd. NEXT. DALLAS HOTEL" PHONE 1487 HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD GO. PHONE S,2S Income Tax , Theburn Allen, inspector for Al-; berta of the income tax, will be at the inland revenue offices in the post office building tomorrow and Thursday, to receive those who , wiah information on the income ' tiix. ' \t- JHarrf you. sant In your income jinx '.idriu yet? The law requires that' all ratnras 1� msds "by 'March 31st. and tlioBe whoSe*ln�omes bring them wlth-Ja the. law are beginning to bestir themselves .to g�t their reports In order. The legSlfWitBrnJty of the city, accountants and others ivhq. nnder-sriind the forms ar� in great demand thesi) dajs to aid In the y^ork. One qiiesUon that has been Mked the Herald with respect to the itiooae tax is whether the cheque ehoold ac- P iLEASING ARTICULAR EOPLE WlUi our telephone serrice. VTo must do business by phone oa account of bur location. The moats and 'service, must be ex-j- ceptlonal to build business entirely by phone. R. COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 492 compaiiyVtUe returns. It should not. After the reports are sent in a^oRls-tored letter win be forwarded to each taxpayer showing his assessment and the amount he Is taxed. Then is the time to send in the c-.ieqiies. Farmers.come under the income ta.x though' some are of the opinion that they do not. Some peculiar cases are comlugHfip with regard to wliat the fanuors should pay, income tax on. ami one of these questions was propounded this morning. A farmer-had a big crop of wheat In 1916. He did not got it raarketed during that year. The price Advanced and he marketed it in 1&17, Is this his IftlC, or his 101" iii-corae?-i> Should' he p^y income tax on that part of his earnings for the year represented by the whole amount or just thri difference caused by the advance'in price In 1917-over 1916'.Mt he has not sold his 1917 crop yet on -ivhat does he pay Income? The /anners are.having the time of their lives trying to figure'out where they stand, and some of them are becoming quite efficient as aceotintanti.. AVlnhipeg, Jlnrch 19.7-.The -cash market was quiet today.',. There-was a' good dsmaud for oats:but:',ihe otter--ings were small. Spreads-were un-1 (�hanged with prices; golnfe up in.sym-i I pathy -with American markets. | j The demand for "barley and rftrix :al-� j so was good with pfferiugs small. I Oats closed 2 cecit3_bl�heK�for^ay, and 1 1-2 cents higher-fot July. Btyley closed 2 1-2 cents higher. Pljix closed 8 1-S cents higher .for May, and i 7 1-4 cents up for July. � .  - - j Winnipeg'Marlifct Mud " Oats-May ..... July..... Barley-Hay ..... Flax- :Mbv ..... July..... Open. - 9.1=a 92%. ...... 387^4 ..... 38V . Cash Prices Close. 95% 93 W ' 1S4 . 393 390 . GOOD HAY QUICK ^ trimothy -"and Upland T>rali>te Farm Products Ltd. W.J. Lloyd,'Mgr. 801 Sherlock BIdg., Phone 777 TIOELINATE i Oats-- /No. 2~C.W... 98 Extrji Xo. 1 feed No. i feed.. 91 Barley- ^ol 3 ......1S5 Rejected ........ Feed .......... Flax-No. 1, X.W.C. No. 3 C.W... No. 2 feed.. 9394 921,4 S6:- No. 4 r.if. .iso: ....... ......157 ..^ ..... ..... .iD-t--^! mm A""le'tter received'this morning from Supt McCatiley of the Calgary .street railway 'department;by Gommisaffiner Freeman stated that a new labor act no'w beforeHhQ legislature at Edmonton contained a clause requiring two men on al! street cars operated in the province.  � - It -was .the first jthe commissioners had heard of any such plan and a violent protest was wired to Edmonton against any such action. "We'ipay.'as.-��cir;put the cars In the barn," 1 said* Commissipner Preemam NEW YORK STOCKS New York,' IHah'.ig.-Closing .sales: C. Pi R.lS,G^.vV: S.'Steel 00%; U. 9. Steel preferred'lOOai. No. 2 b.\V.-..385ii. ^No. 3-C.W;. .368% Winnipeg Livestock-!.?',=, ' "Winnipeg, Mar: 19:c^'Keceipj8 at .the Union stock yards today: 36 cattle-and' 352 hogs. Prices steady and unchang'; ed. Quotations: / " / ' Butcher steers. $8.00 "to '$12.00; ' heifers, $7.75 to ?ll-50; cow.s ?Si50 Ho $10.50; bulls. 56.50^to -$8.75; oxen, ?5.ri0 to ^9.00; stockisrR. and feeders. $7.50 to $6.75. Hogs, selects. .520.00; heavies. $15.50 to 517.00; sows, $12.00 to $13.00: lights. ?14..iO to $10.00. ' CITY AND DISTRICT NocessltijMSa more automobile, washing than usual. This creates-. i( demand > for. u special buto-, mobUe sponge. We have.ti nice lofot * Auto Sponges Auto "Chamois Leathers i In most suitable-Sizes for washing and polishing. Sponges, each .... 50c Chamois, 75c, $1.09 ah^ 11.50 : V THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO;, LIMITED PHOr^E, 555 ^  .-Are Gassed i ' -A Sapper. _Wlllens, of Golemanr and Pte. J. 1.'Glass,, of PInchcr Creek, l^nviS boeft gassed. r. O. O. F. Meeting ' ..Initiatory degree will bo conforreil at the. regular inocting of Vihduct Lodge. No. o3,.I. O. O. F.; this evening. Visiting' br"&thers made -welcome.  ' 78th Battery-Draft A draft of the 78t,h battery, which was.organized in Lethbrldgo, ieft Calgary on Saturday afternoon lifchargo of Capt.. Flsho! announcements ' Laurlcr LiOerals will meet in Henry Calvin's office, over Ryiand's Stfire, Wednesday evening ' at 8.;10. .S3-2 See Mr. Jicgs and .Maggie. at' '.he Busy Bees COpcert oii . Frldpy. at S I li.m., in the Baptist church..-jVn^excellent program. Collectloiu - Quinine That DoesNot^Affect Head Because of its-tonic and laxative effect, liAXATlVE BROMO QUININE (J'ablets) can be takelN by anyono withowt causing nekvousnesa or -ringing In the, head. ,There is only one "Bromo Quinine." E.W. GilOVB'S sig. naturjj'is on box.. 30c. r O.K. :-,-^.:.--*'ilu Orienttil costumes will bo;.gtven,'.Publlc are cordially invited. Col'lectJo|i,rjtalte,n. - -t-i-Y.~-'-- The musical play "Our.Busyitadies' Aid" Is; to ho repeated, in the-'Unlt^d Church 'hall tomorro.w, 'Tuesday,, at^8' o'clock.; Many could not att0nd,and many were unable to got.acftts; when 1 It w&s put on in the: chnrch; so-cbni^ . early tomorrow night as',the",seatiu� capacity Is limited. Admission. 25c.- v � -r-;'."-' i': \ Have you any place :to-go.i.tpnl?ht, well come on over .and,8ee^'tUls'mu.s-ical play, "Our Busy.Ladiea' Aldi','i?It'8' .being.staged by the ycfung .peoplo',ot I the United ChUTjch, North I^ethbridge. [ in tlielr new hall, and'It'aJ-only two, I bits. I hear-It Is better ithan;any plt;-i ture show. Time. It's nt'fil^ht'o'cl(J9k sharp and v^e've got to he'ilA-^arlWi-Ad-' nilBSion 25 cents. ., >5:M i Signs -of' Spring are, not Now fs, the time, to- start ^ your planting boxes. A full line. o� geeds fromi-thc, "time fried producers such as: , , FERRY, . , ' - MACKENZIE,',. > SIMMER, 8TEELE-BR1GGS, . - BURBANK, .ETC., ETC., ETC. - - JUST OPENED UP : 1. D. HigiobolhaiB ',. , . Limited ; ',. ...! Are (faming Home '\y. Braithwatte. well known 4n local sport circles, T. Shirley and n. Smith, all Lethbrldgo soldier* are due to arrive m Calgary on SaturdBy; March 33rd, / � Collecting Licenses The polfce are now collecting. tUir 1918 licenses which ;are. due. The ddg.| licenses must be paid shortly or tlie homeless hectors, wlilch nro legion on the street, will be rouniled up and sent' to the slaughtering pen. L. O. L., 1866 The regular meeting of L. 0,'~L.. 1606, will be held In the Moose Hall on Tuesday night at S p.m. All members, are requested to attend and vis Itors dre cordially invited. . Prepare for Spring ^ Why postpone! painting and. varnishing. NoW; iV , ~the{tifi^:to do.iiiside work'and today's .prices: are alMowerthah thej^^ lat^r, / ^ ' \', ' ;  ' 'lis : Redely Mixed Paint / We are agents for the celebrated "Prism'; braqd ^ mad&by thjB Ganada^Paint Co.'No belter pe^in t manufactured. Otirguaratiti^ goes with it. ' . ' Varnishes ;.We haveA^^ suited for every purpose, also ' varnish stains in-airthe^ipopular colors. Enamels- for both,Roiiiarid Wodv'A^^ Coralite andi^very^ V thing iiil'tHis line./: Also a^k stock of brushes at modest:prices. ;^ompare our prides, i  * ' Gonsumers Hardware Go. Thefwentieth Century Book Store V �We s^U^he Bo^k^Being Talked Aboutr^ 514 FOURTH'AVENUE- V PHONE 613 aged 11 years'atid" six .months,, Supremo CVJUrfthVs'morning by cr otM?. and Mi's. Itobert Heap {lied ~" " very. sutldenly.'yThe .lltljcfifirl, appar-' ently in gooUlienlth," was out playing, wheir taken Jjll^and died Inside'.of-an' Board Meeting Postponed Board of 'IJrado members are' reminded that' the "" monthly meeting which -had been called for tonight has been -i)ostiioned until next Tuesday night.  . � � ^-Funeral Jas. Stacey ' Tlio funeral of .lames Arthiw Stacey who died on-Sunday will he hold Thursday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock from Fetterly's parlors, Rev. C- K. Cragg officiating. Acknowledge Rocejpt -The Great ,War Veterans Association wishes to acknowledge the redelpt of $15.00' from the Daughters and Maids of England, per Mrs. ^yakelln, secretary.  . Is In City, .7. H. Tailing, sales manager for Genco Light for Southerif Alberta, Is in. the city today -consulting their local dealers, Messrs. E. A. Shannan Company,--relative to the company's interests. hour. ThQ funeral .'AvlU be :,teld tomorrow afternoon �i^2.30 from Fetter-l?y's imrlors. RevV-W. C. Marsh officiating,^ lnlerm,Ont'3iib'd�ipt ihojijtf'; or;, a largo rtfestaurahiv^e are^ at yowivs^'"' .Vl?s tpv BticK iworjlc whether ' Jlep'gttii'^bt Wew^pi^e. or a: hand- '^Bbrije^p'eWtianbpy^ '� to "protect > Vfrdui-^'cyiinlf. A phone call will 'bring upi^ prompUy. � Th^ Dixon,She^ Kintal;^ :rf6AW^FFORDiBLtJCki 1 Vfc^ETHB^llO^?. ALBERTA YOUR'E SAFE-^ATv.' THE SANITARY SHOPI , WESTBROOK BRO}S Opposite Bank of Montreat Easier Greetings .A Mak ; , ,. We are Selling Agent. for'the I / Moline Universal Trajctor knd-can. deliver a Tractor Tod?jl,' ke your Easter /;(ilre?tln'g,i;a?' personal; one.- >,"irQur/;4p}�ot6. i gr?iph-wlir add IhdlVWuility ' �to -your -mesa^e-'of, thought-: fulness and good wUl.v ,  . ../j MAKE THE AF'POINTMENT" TODAY. � � . - Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave, S, \ Phon� 1471 , KNAPMAN PLUAIBINGl AND HEATINO-'.CP. ', ' t*.. Phone 1392 \ 710 Fifth Ave. 8j New P^rtnerahip A. G. UeaUmont ha^ trfljen a hain interest in the Standard Garage with A. Shergold. The partnership has so-, ,cure.d t|ie agency for the'Velle cars i" and have.four-carloads on tho wav tn ! t.Lethbridge. Fred Karren has -joined! tho selling force and is now attending' the automobile, show at Great Falls.-i Groceteria Is Coming Home � rte; J. G. Edwards, o^ the iiuenn's .Royal West Surreys; landed on Sunday at St. ,Tohn on his way to Loth-ibridgo to reside with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Edwards, 0th Avfenue-A. North, Pte. Edwards (was at the re-' -Met of Antwerp and was woundedi He-.recovored and went back to tfto front and was wounded again on'the Somipe. He has now rcfcelved his dls-.Ohurgp. � V "� Sad Death - .'fA/.vory sad death occurred^at Goal-' hhrst on Sunday whou'MarJorio Heap> Removal Sale ....... ... , - There are a. number oMinfls,;, ihat we^rtijht reduce. "You-'Cpn' feavo mouoy. " '  See .the Wringer, in Qur'; Window. llDllBPtSOIl'S.iilpolilBtl Present Stand '116'6lV'8tre�tt Sj.i New Stand will . Lsth^bCWoCiV HoteJ Bloefc.", . '^j IF YOU NEED-' HAY CALL ON f. o. hyde &fco. 'ry' SiPhone 1244 XntMrifj*. ^ HAY po'^sAi^ CARLOADS OR LEM -t  TIMOTHY, UPLAND/'ALFAli-;-FA. ' MIXED TIMOTHY 'ANb, - ALFALFA AND S-jrtRAW;' CAREFUL ' A'TTENtSoN 'i�fti'tt|pi| ' Telephgne T^ni^^'^^^ I 1281 18 m mWOLFS SHOE STORE / Cor.'�th Street and 4th Avenue We have opened^ up^ with a new $tock^f^ Women s and Children's Shoes iOUR PRICES ARE RIGHTi , TRY US AND ^ee; WE CARRY WIDTHS FROM ,, A,,,TO^E,-, ' / ' � - � . . �' ' the tA�ai^8* Shoe-Store Is Now Doing Business �;AVe have, turned on' Delivery. Wo sell for Cash and Cash talks at ' Uie Groceteria. Visit Our Store and prove this statement. Everything marked in plain l^J'.-'bflgiires. It Is like golhg behind tho counter v''..;in, an-ordinary store. You can examine the -'different brands of go^ds landrselect, what j you wish yourself. Sntirffuotlon unconditionally guoranteod, � � ,' ' " E. J. xiCKNER 204 THirte'en'tH 8tr��t SlV - GROCtTERIA Opposite Ellison Mills ^lijfs^ Supplied CEMENT) L'lME, W60DrIy & Equipment Co. Ltd, GLASS, IIUItkNEBEi. GLASS,:.. QJ3MM0N � l.fl'lp'f'^l / ' SHIELDS. . Qlf ice Elquipm^llit Office, an4,Typ9vfcriter'Desks, Chairs, F(lin0> Cabinets, .^gvijtf fqiV . VyoodsioGr'.tyitewi'iters, Diek'tt MImfooraph, F. A E. ChecK Writer^ hOp� lljp; '4 ;