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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MUSIC! MUSICI MUSIC! MUSIC! MUSIC! When yoirwatit nnythlnc in the MukJc Une, Comr w finr Sloro and Select ti fiom our Stock, Wc keep'every thlnK in Mnsio am! , Musical Goods. \ � ' AS8INIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. Phone 1S4S, 315 6th St. S, Lettibridge, Aita. LETHBRIDGE MtiLY HERALD ---�---�-n � ' : It. ': in -" " -� -_;-.-___ HOTEL WINDSOR BUNOPIAN PLAM MiAts rnb^ .00 a.m. to b.oo p.m. mum We Have a Special Display of Easter:: Meats DELANYS MEAT CO. fIFTH 3T. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS hotel PHONE 452 Shaving Suggestions for the Man Who Shaves Himself Safiety Razors, Blades. Shaving Lotions. Shaving Sticl � You will save monpy in doing jo. We have a fine range of Bulk Seeds. Our prices as cheap or cheaper than you can buy dipcct from iheseed Houses. Only reputable seeds handled. ;, ' APPLES. AM repacked at $1.95 a box. ONLY ABOUT SEVENTY-FIVE CASES LEFT TO SELL AT THIS PRICE. HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 525 Alberta Govt. May Take Over Trust Co^ Business --= (Special to the Herald) Edmonton, Mar, 26.-The govern-*jent has under contemplation the question ot taking over the trust cora-pauy business In Albt'rta as a government organization -was the annouBce-ment Hon. C. R. Mitchell made Ineaday morning at the consideratian by the private bills committee of the r.ct to incorporate the United Farmers ot Alberta. The organlratlon is geekinjs powers to act as executor and administrator and it was while this aecUon was being discussed that the mii^ster gave tho intimation of the intentions of the government. The measure with some slight Changes in form was ordered reported for third reading. The provincial treasurer said that tlie government,^ had been thinklne over the tmst company situation for some time but had not been able to prepare legislation for the present session. It was intended to investigate the trust companies doing business in the province, jhe work they were doing, its eiJent and .whether or not the work was being done satisfactorily. He would not, however, promise that a bill w*ould be brought in, but the investigation would be made with a view to enabling the government to determine its policy in regard to these concerns. , More Stringent But whether the government goes into the trust business or not," said Mr. Mitchell, "the act will be made very much more stringent than at present. Legislation was being sought this session ^vith reference to obtaining additional returns, and the right ot inspection. A long discussion as to the assets the U. F. A. would put up as surety in connection with the hew position of e.xpcutor or administrator. H. W. Wood, president ot the organization, said that what tliey were asking was simply an enabling, act to give the I V. P. A. power to do this, under cer-tiun coiitlitious.. When they knew they had the authority there were a i^ood many .-.vays to raise funds for security. They would got some penuanent way of keeping up personal security. They were putting on a campaign for 1 life membership. They believed they ' would be able to get IS.OOO lite members and that money would bo invested permanently. They had thought of what the object of tlie organization was to get a human sympatlietic touch between the beneficiiirie.s and the administrator, ; and they did not want to stand in the relation of a financial corporation to the people. .\fter Mr. Woods' explanation the section was agreed giving the U. F. A. power "To accept, and execute the offices and duties ot executors and administrators with and subject to all such rights", and powers and liabilities as are provided by the tmst companies . ordinance. Groceteria TO THE HOUSEWIFE- You can spend less than- you are spehding on Groceries by dealing at our Groceteria^ We eliminate all the non-essentials and give you the benefit of our Cash and Carry plan in reduced prices. Come and try us and see for yourself. . The E. J. Tickner Co. GROCETERIA 20# 13TH STREET S. OPPOSITE ELLISON MILLS Wninipes. March SC-rTUe cash market was e.'ctremely quiet today. The volume of business transacted was extremely small owing largely to the light offerings. Spreads were "unchanged on a fair demand for cash oats. The demand for cash barley was again very |!oor and business was almost nil. The price again dropped 5 centa per bushel. Trading in cash flax was very quiet, owing to the small offerings. Spreads were unchanged to \ic better. The future market closed %c higher for May and July oats. Barley closed T^iC lower for May, I Flax Closed ac higher for May aiid ! 7c higher for July. '  WIN.tllPEG MARKET I Oats Open Close I May............ M S3% iJuly............ !)0% &0% j Barley-- .  May ............ 171 1C5 Flax- -Miiy......... ... .1S7 300 '� July........... 383% , 387 I CASH PRICES Oats-No. 2 C.W...95U Nb. 3 C.W...91U ; Extra 1 Feed............ .. .90�4 ! 1 Feed......85% 2 Feed ......84U 1 Barley- ; No. 3 ......165 Xo. 4 ......IGO Rejected ...145 Feed .......145 Flax- No. 1- N.W.C.............387 No. 2 C.\V...382Vo No. 3 C.W...365 Please Note Our Prescription Files are now dried out and arranged andv are now available at JACKSON & CO.'S STORE For|any who,desire their prescriptions refilled. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO. CITY AND DISTRICT Remove* Retidence tir. 0. W. Lo*ch has removed his residence from 1111 Gth Ave. south to C30 lUh St. S. Is WounNled Corp. Wm. Sabine Standing ot Lethbrldge. is stated today to Jinve been wounded, ills Noxtof-lCin lives iu Knglund. Board of Trade Tonight A general meeting will be : cH in the Board ot Trade building tonight at R.yo. The report t)t the convention ot she joint committee ot commerce and agriculture will be submitted. Veterans' Meeting An important meeting ot the G. W. V. A. will bo held tonight at eight o'clock in the club rooms when Mnjor Ashton ot the Lund Settlement Board will be present. A full attendance Is requested; . Trades Council f The Lethbrldge Trades and Labor ' Council will meet in the Labor Hall tomorrow (Wednesday) evening at S o clock. Important business. O. K. SHOPS Tdlori ana Fumers Shoe.^ Ejery De.crip^ taon Repaired . Meilarn. MaeNlnery !CI�anlna, Fretting, Repairing PHONE 733 817 THIRD AVENUE 8. CALL AND DELIVER' Quinine That Does Not Affect Head Because of its tonic, and laxative ef-j tect, L,AXXTIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablets) can bo taken by nnyono without causing nervousneiss o/ ringing . in the head. Tliere-is only one "Brorao quinine." E. W. GROVE'S signature Is on box. 30c. the Finiihing Touch to a bulMirig Is Its cornice. Its character �gives tone to the entire ttructuro. Our cornice work can be seen on some ot the finest buildings lii town. It shows how skilful li ourwork in sheet metalB. And our skill in erecting combiheil with the heavy grade metals we Use in our work means that the cornice-wo. put C|n a building  will last as long it not:nonger Uiaii the building Itself, The Dixon Sheei Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBAIOGC, ALBERTA ANNOUNCEMENTS The C. B. Bowman Agency office is now located in Room 216 Sherlock Bldg. 85-0 .' Johnstone and Ritchie have moved their offices to Klrkham Block, over McKelvie and JlcGuire's store. 86-7 If your, car needs painting, send It to G. T. Drinkall & Sons, next to Herald office. Good work euafantged. 83-10 We are Selling Agehti lor the MQline Universal Traictor and can deliver a Tractor Superior Si]i>ply Co. Wesley Ladies' Aid are holding an Easter wiiitewear b?.zaar on Wednesday, March 27th, In Wesley hall. Sale of aprons, children's ;dre3scs, lingerie, etc. Open at 4 o'clock. - Recipes of the war food .served in the tea room, will bo on sale. ' S7-'.i The Commerce and district Rfed Cross society will give'a Red Crcfes-dance in* C. Johnson's ;barn, oho' mile west of Commerce, Wednesday, Mar; 27. Best of music. Good refreshment's. AUo an ifuction sale, ladies bring goods to be auctioned, " 88-2 Wesley Ladies' Aid are holding the^r Easter white wear bazaar on Wednesday afternoon, March 27th. In Wegley Hall at four o'clock. .The borfths wlU contain aprons, children's dreaaeB,:iin-' gerio, etc., and-tho rocipog of ttje war cooking served jti the lea. ropiii \vlU lie for sale,- An orchestra will aJsb be.'in attendance; . 88-2 YOUR'E SAFE-AT THE SANITARY SHOP. WESTBROOk BROS' Opposite eanK.�if,,.Mpnlreal.j. es Paas' Easter Egg Dyes, and Transfers TWO FOR 15c , J. D. Higinbotkapi & Co - Limitad ' Alberta't Pioneer Drusgitte" Wholesale and Retail ChemlltA TELEPHONE Na. KZ A Deserter ' The A. P. I', took In tow T. R. Mcintosh as a deserter yesterday. He waa classed as A2 and ha'nd^d over to the military police. .Mcintosh Tiaimed that he thought that, being 34, he way> over age. V Lott Booze and p�ld Fine M.'O. Skaar of North Lcthbridge. went to the office yesterday to got his bottle as a guarantee against the thirst ot April Ut. On his way home he bijoke ppon the paokago. Detective Hesketh picked up the par-I eel and secured Skaaj. He lost his I bottle of bboze and paid $10 and costs ' into court besides. � Ram Sale The special committee ot the wool growers appointed to consider matters in connection with the proposed ram sale next fall, met yesterday i:nd decided that all entries would close the ; first week in July while the sale will ' take place eariy in October, urobably on October 9th and 10th. The sale wilt be under- the auspices ot the South Alberta Wool Growers Associa-Uon. , , Huge Seizure Booze The biggest seizure of booze since the lid went on nearly two years ago was staged by the Alberta Provincial Police this afternoon, and headquarters looks like a wholesale liquor store ot the olden days. Inspector Piper however, refuses to give out any ot the details until after the arrests in the case are ma3e. A number of police court cases arising out of the seizuro will be heard tomorrow morning. H A V FOR SALE CARLOADS OR LE8S ' TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALFAt-FA, MIXEb TIMOTHY >Nb ALFALFA AND STRAW. . CAREFUL ATTENTION - TO ALL ORDERS. PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR ' PRICES? ' Saunder&i Hay & Grain (Co. .1221 2nd Avenue South Telephone 732 .LAST. CALL* Our Clearan%.Sale ' of Wall Papers, lifiomMouldingH and Plate Rails vWlU ipo* ' bo over. Others have takeiradvant- Robertson'SBrakStore Pr^ont StafidijTl stand w^l Hotef^B Returning Soldiers . The following men left Quebec on the afternoon of March 23rd: T. Morris, next of kin, J. Fuller, 221 15th St. north; R. Potts, next aj kin, Mrs. P. Potts, Gin 13th street north; R. Reid, next of kin, Mrs. A. Reid. (-26 12th St. N. J.NSelly, next of kin. Mrs. Nngles, 10,03 12th St; G. Gregory, next of kin jlrs. G. Gregory, 1317 Ist Ave. north; J. Mullen, next of kin, .Mr.s. D. Peake, 1611 3rd Ave. north. ATTErfTION Mr. Carpenter In spite ot the fact that many lines of high gradc^ tools have been hard to get this season we have ail' assortment to be proud of and in many cases at prices lower than they can be replaced at. See what we have to offer. Compare our prices. You will not be urged to buy. We want your business and sooner or. later we will have it. Come and and get acquainted. Consumers Hardware Co. The Twentieth Century Book Store "Everybody'e Book Shop" ''We SeU the Books Being Talked About" B14 FOURTH AVENUE. PHONE 013 miles in consequence of the action the Dominion government in taking up the G. T. I', lines west. During the year the Canadian Nor-thoni Western laid 45 miles, the A. and G. W. 45, and the Lacombo and ALBERTA, :i91] Edmonton, March' 26.-Very little new constriictiqn .was carried out during 1917 says the report ot the provincial department ot railways which has been submitted' to the legislature. As a matter of fact the railway mileage of the province was reduced by 52 The total railway mileage in Alberta at the end.ot 1917 was 4514 compared with 4566 tor 1916. This mileage Is di\ided over the respective lines', as foHdws: C. P. R. 1926, C. K K. 1193, G. T. R. 643, E. D. and B. C. 417. A. and G. W. 272, Centra! Cffnadfi 49, Lacombe, and Dllndman Valley 28. The position of the western provinces In regard to railway mileage is i shown In the following Rtntiatlcs: Manitoba, 1916. 4514; 1917, 1514; Sas--katchewan 1916, 6108; 1917, 6165^ , Alberta, 1916, 4566; 1917, 4514; B, C, 11916, 19,556; 1917, 19.524. , Ottawa, Mar. 2G.-Announcoment is made by the Oanada'Food Board that fts a result ot the enrollment work tor the :s6UHors ot the soil, over 20,000 boys have been secured in Ontario and' .the four western provinces.; Enroll mont will proceed in Quebec during-the first *oek of April and in the Marl-time provinces during the second week. LEASING ARTICUUR EOPLE With our tclophotio sorvlco. Wo ' miist do bueincBB by phono oi;^l account of our location. Tho  moats and service, must, bo exceptional to^ build buslnoas ou' tiroly^by phone. R. COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market i PHONE 492 To the FARMER To the SPECULATOR To the INVESTOR ATTENTION! It Is a wise man who knows a good thing. The wise man tatowii.. that productive land at the following prices cannot help but make ^ money., ' jQA A^RES. Good hgavy loam. All tillable. 300 acres specially 40" fine. Watered by creek. School on land. Good road *| o ||A to town. One-fifth cash, balance easy................ 91v.Uv OOA ACRESi Level. All tillable. 400 acres broken, fenced. Two and OCv a half ^miles town Coiitts Mne. Cash 51500., AA balance half crop.................................... ^MVevV CMfk ACRES, miles Wilson Siding. 1^0 acres Bummer fallow-WTiVed. 50 acres fall plowed. 4 roomhouse, stable 20 head. Other l)uildIng8.:Woll, fenced and cross fenced. For a tew days ^QC AA cash |6,006, balance halt crop.........................^09.vU on A ACRES. Fine level land. Absolutely no stone. Halt mile to uLi" Skltf Station. ThJs land it small Improvemepts were made worth 54O'00 acre. Cash $1500.00^ balance 5 years at ^OC AA 7 per cent! ExclUBlvo listing.....C.'................^MveUV  South E^et Section 12; twp. 7; range 10, 4 miles AA Stlrlitig. !;480 cash, Imiance halt crop..................9�veUv Section 1; twp. 3; range 14, |2.00 acre cash, bal- 1(1 cf.^AA anco half crop. .____.........................vlwevW East Halt 22, twp. 3; range 15. No reasonable offer refused on (jTojt payment.' -.^ ' 100 Improved Farms' Stock Ranches & Leases Raw Land, Crop Payment I HARRIS & CO. ESTABLISHED 10 YEAR^ NEAR HUDSON'S BAY STORE I Of f ice Equipment Officer land Typewriter Oeeks, Chairs, Filing Cablneta, Agenti foif Woodstook Typewriters, Dick'* MIme'baraph, P. A E. Cheek Writer, Standard Envelope Sealer and Stamp ^fflxer, Burroughs' Adding ^ Machine. ' "stock Reglstsrs, "Seals and Stock Certlfleates* A fUl^L LINE OF OFj^lCE STATIONERY. EVERALL FRANKS Sinnott Block, cor. 4th Ave. and Sth St. . �, , u . �,', - �: � X- ; Phone 1107 383 504595 765?10 ;