Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
* i-'^il'r|iu�>eilMU�iei Musici Musici musici *""-en f�to;wiint anything In WTp MhsIc IjIiic. . :l/!i}j �' ' ' the; KENNY & ALLIN co^ Ltd. I Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 14�7 HOT�L WiNblSdR 'eUllOPIAN PLAN ' . > . MIALB PROM t.00 A.M. TO CM P.M. You.will save money in doing so^ We have a fine ral^e of Bulk Seeds. Our prices as cheap oi* cheaper than you can buy direct from #e>iied hbuses. Only reputable seeds hatldlcd. , * APPLES. AH repacked at $L95S4,Im>x. / ONLY ABOUT^ SEVENTY hvE>CASES LEFT TO S�t|L Aj THIS PRICE.' HIGH-CLASS T'l WF^ PHONE* GROCERS A 5 2S m FILTERPLANfMS. The new filter plant will be officially opened on Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock and one or more of the commissioners-l^iU be present Trith Mr. Heath, the erecting engineer, to "earjJlaln the working of the'system. Today the waterworks department is busy blowing out the dead-ends of the distribution system, thus cleaning out the mains, and It is hoped that be-Jore long it will be possible tb give the word that water is entirely free from contamination. EIGHT CARS ONLY FINE GREEN, JRRIGATED Timothy READY FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT FROM LETH-� BRIDGE. Farm Products Ltd. , ^ W. J. Lloyd, Mgr. 201 Sherlock BIdg., Phone 777 I (Special to the Herald) Blmonton, March 25.-Mrs.Margai^-ct WhUmore had been sent east by the department of education to assist in the campaign in Ontario and the maritime provinces lor more teacl^ers for Alberta.^ It Is the intention of the department to fill the rural schools of the province this' year it possible. Mrs. Whitmore, his been teaching In the west tor some time, part of the time has been relieving iu the city BchooL and' part of the time has been teaching In the Ruthenian school near Vegreville. ; � i ___I Winnipeg tivettAck-; r Winnipeg, Man., M*rch 25.^- Receipts at the tinlon Stock' Yards today'were 400 cattle andlliS .liogs. Cuttle trade dull and hogs steady at unchanged prices. Quotations: .. Butcher steers |9 to $12; iwiters, 17.75 to �ll.oO; cows, 15.25 to $11; bulls $6.50 to 18.25; oxen;- 15.25 .to $S.75: stockers and feeders, $7.75 to 19.75; veal calves, 15.50 to �14. . Hogs-Selects, |60; heiries, $1G to $17; sows, $12 to $13; and lights, $16 to ?is. ' . , WInnipefl Market Oats- Open. Close. May .............. 93�i 93 July......... .. 91 ' 90 ,. BarlcV- May............. 176�4 172%* Flax- � May.............. 390' 385 July ............. 380 380 Cash Prices ARtlCULAR EOPLE with our telephone service. Wo mtist do business by phone on account of our location. The meats and service must, be ex> ceptional to build business entirely by phone. R. COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market' PHONE 492 ^Easter Greetings MaXe your Easter Greeting a personal one. Your photo-,l7,aph.-will a^d individuality to your message of thought-' 'tiilqess and good will. MAKE-'THE'APPOINTMENT TODAY. Snudi'siStudio go* Third' ^v*. Sjf' Phone^1471 94% feed 8S No. 3 C.W.., NK 2 feed.. 90% 83% No. 4 .....165 145 .........140 The S.O;E. benefit Fund .^orRetomci Soldiers Whi^ and Dance � h YfAlB* Hifd In the S. OL^HALL Under the Auapices of the^eve Wedltiesday March 27 v. Admission 50c Mr. Needs Will Play Gats-No. 2 C.W... Extra No. 1 No. 1 feed.. Barley-No. 3......170 Rejected .______.. Feed ____.... Flax-No. 1 N. W. C................'.38254, No. 2 C.W.. .377% No. 3 C.AV.. .3*0 Calgary Livestock - . Calgary, March 25.-Th^^sual Mon day quiet reigned at th? loctH stock yards this mojning. Both cattle and bogs were conspicuous. by thelr^rkb sence. A little beef turned up,,however, and one' fullioadrsold at ,illi50, �with a fewjextrem^ tops at:?11.80. Hog trade is efpected to be re�dy-at. 20c. O. K. SHOPS Tafldrs and Furriers Cleaning, Prtating,\ Repairing. SK#M;alfEm Deurip* ^^�VtHai}^;;lUpa^ '-"Mederti'iMaehinery , i\ � / * ^ . 817 THIRD AVENUE S. , , PHONE 733 . . . CAUL AND DELIVER The REAR STAPPORD BLOCK In tb* tin Md shMt, metal line Is due toi; tli� bl|l|^ qvsUty of our work:;:'Bolttte iSaOsfactloa it gives; vandHhe Yeasonsbte .pricAB. wei* chajr$e for it. You s take. ho chan�M^'.in' entrusting � us wlUi' your. work. Our reputation, for hon'oafy,;iconBClonMou8-, nesi^rahdi coinpftence la completed. There are five carloads of.tlmbers.and lumber to lay yet. Ne^ stringers are being useds Inspector Alnsworth states that the bridge tuayhave to be closed for a portion/of,each day fpra |\whiie when the work;lRi.reBume(l.tThe 'whole job requires eight.carloads.!of lumber. , � , ' ----fttf We are SelliBf Agents iw the Moline Universal Tractor , ^ and can deliver a Tractor Todfty. Sppericir Supply Co. To'Cure a Cold in One Day '. Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININ^ (Tablets.)- It stops the: -Cough . and Headache and' ia^ork3:,ott; the ..Cold. K.' W. GROVK'd signature on each Do;c. 30c. � -� '�� ' I . � , �' 'i---in '� -p. 'nrt --'--: ' YOUR'E SAFE-AT THE SANITARY SHOP^ WESTBROOiCrBRb S Opposite Bank of Hfrentreal' > KNAPMAN PLUl^NG AND HEATIHa.cb. Phone 1892 710 Plfih Ave. % m 'SIS IFVOIMUIIEO CALL' Oftr F.O.HYD9*^Cg. Paas': Easier Egg Dyes ^ . - and Tiransfers #4for X a Hisiiifsthaoi frCo �Alberta's Pioneer. Drugfiats". 'Whalesala �lid.-RefUil Chendltta: TELEPI|ONE, Ne/ � OUVc- � CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ^. A.LL .ORDBR�,-^ - -.^RlifMPT^Hil^lfeN'-f''-^ � � ; WRITHE ^b��tH!l*U� FOB ' ^ PRiqES.- ( 1221 2nd .AvenuftcSouth Teleplipii�^ . Moose Meeting i Loyal Order of Moose No. 792 will Hold their regular meeting on Tuesday nikht at 8 in the Moose hall. Election of officers for the ensuing year. A'^islt-irig brothers welcome. Board of Trade Meeting The regular general meeting of the board of trade will be held "tomorrow l^^lght at 8.30. A full attendance la requested. There will not be a council meeting in the afternoon. LAST. CALL f 'Our aewaiiie Sale 4; of WairPapem, Roqpt Mouldlngli and Plate Rails will soon b� L over. Others have taken advant-age of this saving. It it interests yU^i don't delay. ,'i ' RiAertsoB^iliiStoiii Present Stand IIS New Stand will �r Hotel Bl ot. 8. ridge C'P.UEPAIRINfi: DAMAGE BMOPDS The itraBhout on the'big fill oii;', the'; Lethb^dge-Weyburn hran.bli^of';Uje''.^e.'; P.R. e^at of JForemos't wip/pot ihe fro-paired for a week, hut afJer ibat tlm�, unless something unfors^n occufs.ibe operation of trains between ForemostJ and Manyberries will be resun^ed. The people east of ^''oromoslf ere greatly .'In need'of a train service just now airilie beginning ot the sprlns ietaonl but Supt. MacKintosh or. the. J^thbr^dfe' dlTlston asks them to be patient. Thqre have been >o raapy waiihouti^ if^Ud slides^ on the main lines nd' up for -three miler'betC're wAf tWg awey thc'track. With allitbis mowrare jon the llind, however; tltrilfoBpe^.tilYftr SOLDIERS OP THE SOIL I ^ MEETING A meeting of men intorestbd in the'soldiers of the soil movement win be� held In the TT.SI.. C.A. Tuesday evening when C. M. Wright, territorial superintendent, will be, present, to ar-r&nge for the "Organization of the Lethbrldge'district. � � � � O � �i CITY AND DISTRICT A Local Branch * ' " W. B,'Shelley has opened a branch of the Manufapturers' Life Assurance Co. in the Conybeare block here. In sfiite of the fact that many lines of high grade tools have been hard to get this season we have an assortment-to be proud of and in many cases at prices lower than they can be replaced at. See what we havie to offier. Compare our prices. You will not bo urge^to buy. We want your business and sooner or later we will have. it. Come and and get acquainted; Consumers Co. -S. Alberta Casualties C. F. DUnlop. of Coleman, Alta., Is' stated In. casualty lists today to have died. T. Webber, Grassy Lake, Is wounded, also J. A'. Alexander, Mac-leod. TbeTwentietl^ Century Book Store "Everybody's Book Shop" I !tWe S^U the Books Bebg Talked^^ibout" 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 At a special meeting of the G.W.V.A, hold on the 34th-inst., (Sunday), it was decided thatVthe Veterans Hold a church parade-on'tho evening of Sunday next, 3l8t, Inst. AH men iu and �around th6 city who have sewed the 'Empire or the AllleB*^at any time, are urgently.'requested tq honor the Veter- ans by their attendance, fioldlers stjil serving will wear unl|i^rm. Decorations are optional for other comrades. The parade will meet at the Veterans' club between 6 and 8.30 p.m. The parade will move off .at fi.-lo'TlI'm. to St. Mary's on the north side. The servico will/be conducted by the' Rev. A. E. Snow. JSverybody interested is asked to help make this n monster parade. Conveyance will be provided for those who are unable to march. A strong band will be la'attendance. , Cadet Church Parade ' Between 150 and 200 Lethbrldge public school cadets paraded to KilCx church on Sunday uiornlng for their �annual church service. They were in command of Cadet Instructor McKll-lop, and occupied the central body ,ot the church. A very appropriate sermon was delivered -by Rev. W. P. Burns. " � ANNOtNCEMENTS The C. B. Bowman Agency office is now located in Room'216 Sherlock Bldg. . \ - 85-0 Johnstone and Ritchie have moved their offices to IClrkham Block, over McKelvie and McGulre's store. . 86-7 It your car needs painting, send It to G. T. Drinkall & Sons, next to Herald office. Cood work guaranteed. 83-10 Hot Air � -Wesley Lidies' Ald'^are holding an I Kaster whitewear bazaar on Wednes-1 day, March_27th', in Wesley hall. Sale of aprons, children's dresses, lingerie, etc. Open at 4 o'clock. Recipes of the war food served In the tea room, will be on sale. / . 87-3 The two plays .which the Protheon ['class ot Wesley church are presenting in Wesley hall on Monday, March 25, at 8.15, promise to be full of amusing incidents as each member Is putting her best Into the part allotted to her. Be sure' and come out as the girls have worked hard and the entire proceeds are to be turned over to trie Building Fund, Secure your seats early as there are:no reserves. Adults 3D cents. Children i25~cents. Phone 1244 . ' :'Ufh1^rrdiJl'tJ � crop between Uthbrldg^^ ''.'o'-.Tr t> The Commerce aiid district Red Gross society will give a Red Cross "dance in C. Johnson's barn, one mile WCBt of Commerce, Wednesday, Mar. i7. Best of music. Good refreshments. Also an auction sale. Ladles bring go^da to'bp auctioned. 88-2 Wesley Ladies' Aid are holding their Kasttcr w^lte wear bazaar on Wednesday afternoon, Mar^h 27th, In Wesley Hall at four o'clock*. , The booths will cpptain aprons, children's dresses, lingerie, etc., and the recipes of the war cooking served'in the tea room will be for sale. An orchestra v/111 also ^:t� attendance. > 88-2 CARD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. R. Heap wish to th?inU their many friends for help and syni-, patby and the many floral tributes In their recent sad bereavement. \ 8S-1 "Camouflage' Don't Go in Business, Facts Are What T9II. The Fact Is- Good Alberta Land is Sound Investment, . Prices Will Be High at Least Five Years. / After the War the Influx Must Be To the Land, .Buy All the Land-You Can Now, WhUe Cheap. These Are The Facts I ."knov�-lt-Alls" May Sneer, \ But.Those Not Quite So Smart, A Who Have Faith In the Truth and Futurt, Will ."Make Good." And Not the People Who ''Knew It All.' A Few Bargains ' 600 ACRES. All tillable, all fenced, 440 acre* cultivated, 160 ^ acres ready for. drill, 100 acres summer fallowed last ^ ye�r.''20 acres rye. Water for 100 head and windmill, hlp'fodf barn, 32x44, holds 22 head. House, cow barn, . . , , 14x60. All klnd-i other buildings. First class:.poil/^!/3 miles lO.elevators. For a few days before seeding, $31.00 per acre. Half cash, balance easy terms. AAgAA..-Buys SOCb acres Isms, black loam soil, long.'grass. All .VailVVV^ fenced, abundance water. 35-lease. Fenced, buildings, 8 miles town, good Water, 10O acres ready for crop, 100 acres to'be spring plowed. All till-abl|f/;heavy black A 1 loam. No crop failures. Price SSiOOO. THIS PI^OPERTY WILL BE APPRECIATED ON INSPECTION. 100 Improved Farms, Nvmber Stock Rancl^es, Wild Land Crop Payment. Phone Us 1412, Write Us, See Us. J.H^^RIS&CO. ^^tBTHBRipqC if ypu want ^ to sell, write today, live ones waiting! Corine Uzzell Seen ' In **0n Trial" Film ' eorihe Uwell, one of the best known iwomen o( the stage In heavy and char-(aoter rol�8, takes, one of tbe.principal partHin "On Trial," Bssanay'sadaptfi' Mon of the famous Cohan ft Harris Atage hit, Sydney Alnsworth ia-stho leading man and Barbarri Castleton Lil^i^. Ittading women. At tjie Empress lontght and loiUoriow.-Advert, " \Q^ice Equipments I Offleai-anil >Ty|iAddlns j , ' Machine. , ' > . (s^ack Registors, Seals and-Stack Cartlfieatas. 'AVpULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. i EVi^ALL & FRANi$^ 18lnnilt}|f!oeK;i.