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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MUSIC! MUSIC! MUSIC! MUSIC! MUSIC! When you wa,nt anylhhi:: i� Iho '.\!n d." Come to our Store ami Select "�xed. Then is the time to send in the e-.ieuues. Farmers come under the income tax though some are of the opinion thai they do not. Some peculiar cases are coming-hp with regard to what the ranaors should pay income tax on. and one of these questions was propounded this morning. A farmer had a big eicp of wheat in 1!U6. He did not ?et it marketed during that year. The price advanced and he marketed it in 1917. Is this his lfilt; or his 1017 income? -. Should he pay income tax on that part of his earnings for the year represented by the whole amount or just the difference caused by tiie advance in price in 1917 6ver lSlti? If he has not sold his I'.HT crop yet on what does he p?.y income? The farmers are having the time of their lives trying to figure out where they stand, and some of them are becoming quite efficient as accountant*.. CITY AND DISTRICT ' -Are Gassed 1 Sapper Widens, of Coleman, and He. .1. I. Glass, of Pineher Creek, have been gassed. LEASING ARTICULAR EOPLE With our telephone service. "Wo y t must do business by phone o>� account of our location. Tho meats and service- must be exceptional to build business entirely by phone. R. COULTRY WANT TO ELIMINATE THE ONE-MAN CARS The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 492 } GOOD HAY QUICK Timothy and Upland Prairie Farm Products Ltd. W. J. Lloyd, Mgr. 201 Sherlook Bldg., Phone 777 A letter received this morning from Supt. MuCauley of the Calgary street railway department, by Commissioner Freeman stated that a new labor act now before the legislature at. Edmonton contained a clause requiring two men on al! street cars operated in the province. It was the first the commissioners had heard 01 any such plan and a violent protest was wired to Edmonton against any such action. "We may. as well put the cars hi the barn," said Commissioner Freeman. Winnipeg:. March .19..-The cash market quiet today. There-was a good d-.-mitud for oats but the offerings wre small. Spreads were unchanged with prices going up in s\m- ; pa thy with American markets. ! The demand for "barley and flax also w:ts good with offerings small. i Outs closed 2 cents___hi.slioi- �CotvMay. and 1 1-2 cents higher for July. iUvrh\v closed 2 1-2 cents higher. Flax closed S 1-S cents higher for May. ami ; 7 1-4 tents up for July. i Winnipeg Market ! Oats- Open. Close. May............" 9:1*4 05\s July ............ !'2�j Ji:* Mi Barley- Mav................. 1S4 Flax- - Mav ...... ...... 3S7M: '�'2'2 No. 1 teed.. 31 No. 2 feed.. o(J Barley-No. :: ......1 S7j No. 4 . . . r. . ISO Rejected .....................157 Feed ...................... 154 Flax-No. 1 N.W.C............... No. 2 C.W...SS5U .No. 3 C.W I Winnipeg Livestock ' ! Winnipeg, Mar. V.K-Receipts at the Cnion stock yards today: in cattle and 252 hogs. Prices steady and unchang' ed. Quotations: Butcher steers. :>!."0 to heifers. $7.75 to $11.50; cows slU.JtJ: bulls. S6.50 to $8.75 *5.50 to Slr.Ol'; stocl'.ers and j $7.50 to $6.75. Uogts. selects J heavies. S15.50 to $1' ! to ?l;;."i): lights. SI"4 Necessitates more automobile washing than usual. This creates a demand for a sytcial automobile sponge. We have a nice lofof. Auto Sponges Auto Chamois Leathers In most suitable sizes for washing and polishing. Sponges, each .... 50c Chamois, 75c, $1.09 and $1.50 THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LIMITED PHONE 555 i I. O. O. F. Meeting i Initiatory degree will be conferred ! at the regular meeting of Vihduc.t ! Lodge. No. 53., 1. O. (). F.. this evening, j Visiting brothers made welcome. I 1 78th Battery Draft A draft of the 7Sth battery, which ; was organized in hethbridge. left Calgary on Saturday afternoon iff charge j of, Capt. Fisher. . Are doming Home i \\. Braithwaite. well known in local sport circles. T. Shirley and 11. Smith. � till Lelhbridge soldiers are duo to arrive in Calgary on Saturday, March 23rd. . Prepare for Spring . Why postpone painting and. varnishing. Now is the time to do.inside work and today's prices are all lower than they will be later. Ready Mixed Paint We are agents for the celebrated "Prism" brand made by the Canada Paint Co.' No better p^int manufactured. Our guarantee goes with it. Varnishes \ , Cpllecting Licenses ; The police are new collecting the-1 lfllH licenses which iare due. The dog , licenses must be paid shortly or the : homeless hectors, which are legion on i the street, will be rounded up and sent | to the slaughtering pen. We have varnishes suited for every purpose, also varnish stains in all'the. popular colors. Enamels for both Ron and Wood, Alabastine, Coralite and everything in this line. Also a large stock of modest prices. Compare our prices. > ' � * Consumers Hardware Co. it1 \ The Twentieth Century Book Store Oh; sows. $12.0:i iO to ?Hi.OO. ANNOUNCEMENTS | Lauricr I.iBerals will meet in Henry I (Jalvin's office, over Ryland's Store, I "Wednesday evening at S.tlO. L. O. L.. 1666 The regular meeting of L. O." L . 16BK. will be held in the Moose Hull on Tuesday night, at. S p.m. All members are requested to attend and visitors are cordially invited. "Everybody's Book Shop" 'We Sell Ahe Books Being Talked About* 514 FOURTH'AVENUE PHONE 613 Board Meeting Postponed Board of Trade members ar� reminded that the " monthly nieeling which had been called for tonight lias been postponed until next Tuesday night. NEW YORK STOCKS New York, Mar. 19.-Closing sale.;-('. P. R. i:\0\i: V-. S. Steel 90*8: I". S Steel preferred 10i.l3t. See Mr. .liggs and Maggie at -.he liusy Bees Concert on Friday at 8 ! p.m.. in the Baptist church.' An ex-, .-ellent program. Collection. ! Quinine That Does Not Affect Head Because of its ;tonic and laxative effect. LAXATIVE BROJIO QUININK iTabiets) can be takelN by anyone without causing nervousness or ringing in the head. There is onlv one "Bromo Quinine." E. W. GROVETS signature is on box. 30c. If your ear needs painting, send it to C. T. Drinkall & Sons, next to Herald office. Cjood work guaranteed. S3-in I There will be a Mission Tiawl Con-;,t ert on -Friday evening in the Baptist 'church at eight o'clock. An excellent, i program including recitations  in [ tVienlal costumes will he given. Public fare cordially invited. Collection, taken. \ O. K. SHOPS The musical play "Our Busy Ladies' Aid" is to he repeated in the United ,' Church -hall tomorrow. Tuesday, al S ; o'clock. Many could not attend and many were unr-bb- to get seats when : it was put on in the church, so come .early tomorrow night as the seating I i capacity is limited. Admission 25c. Tailors and Furriers Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing Shoes of Every Descrip tion Repaired Modern Machinery PHONE 733 817 THIRD AVENUE S. CALL AND DELIVER I Have you any place to go toniaht. i we.ll come on over and see this musical play, "Our Busy Ladies' Aid." It's being sUCged by the young people of the Cnited Church, North Lelhbridge. in their new hall, and it's only two bits. I hear it is better than' any picture show. Time, it's at eight o'clock sharp and we've got to be in early. Admission 25 cents. , N3-.1 , Signs of Spring are not wanting. Now fs the time to start, your planting boxes. A full line of seeds from the time fried producers such as: FERRY. MACKENZIE, SIMMER, STEELE-BRIGGS, BURBANK. ETC., ETC., ETC. JUST OPENED UP J. D. Higiobolham & Co -- Limited ' -The ^fS~P^ JW� "Alberta's Pioneer DruggliU* Wholesale and Retail Chcmltts. TELEPHONE No. 322 YOUR'E SAFE-AT-THE SANITARY SKOP. . WESTBROOK BRO S -Funeral Jas. Stacey ' The funeral of James Arthur Stacey who died on Sunday will he held Thursday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock I'rom Fetter'.y's parlor^, itev. C. E. Cragg officiating. aged 11 years'and six months, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heap died very suddenly. The lltt|o� girl, apparently in good health, was out playing, when" taken ill and died inside an-hour. Tho funeral 'tvill be held tomorrow afternoon at.2.3t) from Fetter-ley's parlors. Hev. W. C. Marsh officiating, interment hi the .public cemetery.^ ' Acknowledge Receipt The Great .War Veterans Association wishes to'acknowledge the receipt of 15.00 from the Daughters and Maids of England, per Mrs. Wakelin. secretary. Is In City J. II. Tailing, sales manager for (.lento Light for Southerif Alberta, is in the city today consulting their local dealers. Messrs. E. A. Sharmnn Company, relative to the company's interests. Opposite Bank of Montreal j New Partnership I A. C. Ueaumont, has ttften a half, ! interest in the. Standard Oarage with ! A. Shergold. The partnership has se-j cured the agency for the'Velic cars and have four carloads on tho way to Lelhbiidge. Fred Karren has joined the selling force and is now attending the automobile show at Groat Falls. Is Coming Home Pte. J, ti. Edwards, of the' iiueen'r, , Roval \Ve:-,t Surreys, landed on Sun-| ua;? al St. John on his way to Leth-hridge to reside with his parents, Mr. and .Mrs. A. Edwards, lith Avenue. A. North. Pte. Edwards, was at the re-f lief of Antwerp and was, i lie recovered and went back to tfie  front and was wounded again on the i Somme. He has now received his discharge. Floods Near Dow Island Trains ^'o. 07 mid 6S between Lelhbridge and Medicine Hat were cancelled last night, but No. US was turned round here and sent back west as No. US. The trouble is caused by the high water between Bcw Island and nun-more, the track being . flooded for great distances. An effort . is being made toda,y to run 511 and 512 as many passengers for the east are held up here awaitiBg a train out. Some, on learning last night that theyvcould-not go direct to IJunmore,,boarded the night- train for Calgary to go east front there. in the Supreme Court thv? morning by II. Ostluml acting for John Green, a farm laborer at Carmangny, against, Ernest Cranlz. a rancher of thai district. It is argued In the statement of claim that Crantz assaulted Green in a restaurant at Carmangay recently and shoved him through a -window with the result that the cords anil nerves of his wrists were severed. General damages of $5,000 are asked. Crantz was committed f�r trial at Barons a. couple of days ago. 'Wants $5,000 Damages A rather interesting suit was filed For Red Cross The-hon. treas. of the lied Cross society acknowledges with thanks the following donations: Malcolm Young. S 10.25; N. T. McLeod. ipaO.OU; The Now Dayton Victory Loan Committee, per G. C. McDonald, $111.75. These amounts represent commissions in the. Victory Loan campaign. lUr.^Chas. Peacock, sec-treat*., local union 57-i, I.'. M. W. of A., has forwarded to tho lion, treas. cheque for $307.50, being amount donated by the employees o.' Iho Gait Mines for tho month of February. The January donation amounted to $404.50/ Lethbrid^ Groceteria We Build Canopies smoke protectors and all sorts of additions and actaitsorics to 1he kitchen range whether it iie in a modest home or a large restaurant. We are at. your service for such work whether your range requires but a few lengths of new pipe or a handsome new canopy to protect Tour ceiling. A phone call will bring us to you promptly. t Easter Greetings Make your Easter Greeting a personal one. Your photograph will add individuality to your message of thought-fulness and good will. i MAKE THE APPOINTMENT TODAY. Smith's Studio KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. , Phone 1392 710 Fifth Ave. S, Sad Death A very sad. death oecnrrcd'at "Coal-hurst on Sunday when Marjnrie llean. 900 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 ' f oriug us to you promptly. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDC-E, ALBERTA We are Selling Agents for the Moline Universal Tractor and can deliver a Tractor Today. upenor Co. Removal Sale There are a number of lines ihat we must reduce. You can .-ave money. bee the Wringer in Our Window. ioljertBOO's Booi!M Present Stand 118 5th Street S. New Stand will be Lethlvridgc Hot..i Block. IF YOU NEED HAY . CALL ON > F. O. HYDE & CO. Phone 1244 LethbrijlQ� HAY *M*m CARLOADS CR LESS . . . TIMOTHY, UPLAND. ALFALFA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL ATTENTJON TO ALL ORDERS. PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR V/IRE US FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay &. Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South Telephone 732 - ij DeWOLPS SHOE STORE r Cor. 5th Street and 4th Avenue We have opened up with a new stock of Women's and Children's Shoes OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT TRY US AND SEE, WE CARRY WIDTHS FROM A. TO E. Is Now Doing Business We have turned ont^ half of our store into ij Groceteria, We eliminate all the nonessentials and give you the benefit of our Cash and Carry Plan in Reduced Prices. No Delivery. Wo sell for Cash and Cash talks at the Groceteria. Visit Our Store and prove this statement. Everything marked in plain /figures. It is like going behind the counter in an ordinary store. You can examine the "different brands of goods and .select what you wish yourself. Satisfaction unconditionally guaranteed. E. J. TICKNER CO. GROCETERIA 204 Thirteenth Street S. / Opposite Ellison Mills The Ladies' Shoe Store m _ Builders' Supplies CEMENT, LIME, WOOD FIBRE PLASTER, EMPIRE FINISH, HOL. LOW TILE, BRICK, ROOFINGS, BUILDING AND TAR PAPER. FIRE PLACE MANTLEG AND GRATES, TILE, gEAVER BOARD, PLATE GLAS8, MURANESE GLASS, COMMON GLASS, AUTO WIND-" \ SHIELDS. \ The Western Supply & Equipment Co. Ltd. PHONE 1044 FOURTH'ST. S., LETHBRIDGE Office Equipment Office and Typewriter Desks, Chairs, Filing Cabinets, Agents foil Woodstock Typewriters, Dick'.-i Mimeograph, F. & E. Check Writer, Standard Envelope Sealer and Stamp' Afflxcr. Burroughs' Adding Machine. ' Stock Registers, Seals and Stock Certificates. A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. EVER ALL & FRANKS Sinnott Block, cor. 4th Aye.''and 5th St. Phone 1107 � ;