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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta NORDHEIMER PHOWOC3APHS PIANOS ASSW1BOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. '.-Everything MuficM" tth LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD mm mm imc ci Phone 1448 FWk S. STORE OPEN TONIGHT UNTIL 9 i The KENNY ALLIN Co., Ud. IN ANY MARKET HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR VICTORY LOAN BONDS E.HARRIS PH- WE HANDLE QUALITY GOODS THE GOOD CO., LTD. HIGH CLASS OR3CER'? Feel License No. TWO STORES un 101'! 1 SEED! SEED! SEED! .'AMERICAN WHITE BANNER WHEAT G'ov-n bv th- Noble Foundation Ltd. 'e.5'erday, Jir.-A. K. Tal- irat. head-'consul, isdscribel the situa- tion is critical.. 191S. he "said, the society" had a genera! fund 'This has fallen to SCiWK'O, oicing to the ravages of influenza and he' EX- War claims aUo fibred in the.loss.. Wh die Boys Come Home W31 Wamt VOTED AS PRIVATE" MEMBERS Toe 'atmosphere of -the city, council j nas ii'ot been reduced to iior-. MARKETS Grain and Livestock WINNIPEG. March 26.-Olts Clos- ed Sc lower (or May and lower forJJuly. mi-ley dosed 4c lower for Xlay and 3Sc lower for July. Mix closed 2'ic lower for Hay and for July. Winnipeg Market! May...... '4-5 s Hai Msv............ July'... ll' .-ii' July......... Prices No. 1 No. 3 C.W.. 1 Feed No. I Xo. 3-Feed.. Rejected-----9') Keeil ........S-1 Kiss- No. 1 Calgary Livutoclc j CALGARY, March were cattle the yards today..tho top price for steers heicg ?I3.M. which was paid for eisht head averaging pounds; the. balance mailing from'511.00 to A mimber ot stbcSere, averaging about SOO-lwuurls, made Top' price' for 'cows. the balance making from to rth canners around 'to Jo 50. Ote choice made soother Balls, 50.00 to 17.00. A few choice, calves S10.00. There were 409 hogs on sale. N. Y. Stocks. NEW YORK, March 2G.-CIcsing i- C 1' It 150 14; Unitei! States THE WEATHER Min. Vancouver Edmonton -S The Call of the KODAK MOMES WITH SPRINGTIME Spring is the ideal season (or the amateur photograyher. Na- ture is at her best and will liro- vldo anplc subjects for your snap-shots. Ihe .use of cheating yourself out of Ihe inexpensive pleasure of taking pictures'! Anyone can get good results .-ivilh the perfected Kodaks which TfC- Ihe cost is very small. .We'll develop and print your plciurts if you want us. to. Kodaks.......... S7.50 and up Brownies 52-00 and up Fnlr Cloudy Clear Clear esv K-air Clear H Cloudj Winnipeg Calgary LelhbriiJge Saskatoon i'ort Arthur The in tho past -4 has shown much lower temperatures hroushouc the prairie Forecast Fair anil cold; higher eniperHtiirfs on Thursday. askakliewaii and Fair to- ay and qn Thursday, with a Uttlc Uglier temperature. FLAGS Wa have Urge in ail sizes Tor bouse tlt-c oral ions. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE PrIONE iJS'a LETHBR1OGE HOTEU BLOCK HERE IT IS G." W; V. A. ORCHESTRA fIVE PIECES PHONE 372 OPIN FOJI DANCE 1 ENGAGEilENT.S OUR MOTTO: OOOD AND LOTS OF IT. "-T------------. sleet yt> i- mal.iricr the tqpsy tun-y eipeneoce of the famous ban order. It nny _ list the'commissioners'will not eiact-' ly view it inithis light. The mayor ami the comnilEsioiierB resttit what. Is-the impression" con-1 in the report of the meeting of tie board of-health' after-j nooa that it was a case' of. the city agaicst the .noncily members in the result of ihe ycting; it was'impressed tin' ihe representative.of the Herald j that the mayor and Conitaissioner asithey did, did so [as private and individual members'of fthe heaiib. board and'not as rcpre- the city. united States Steel pre- RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD. CITY AND DISTRICT Mr. Peters Coming y. H. Peters, commissioner of Irri- gation will bo in attendance at ttje I. A. executive medium tomorrow. D. Prayer Service The weekly prayer service at the United church will be held tonight as usual. s To Organize Ball Team The? Bankers Baseball Club will liokt a meeting on Thursday evening at S o'clock at 637 i'tli St. S. AH interest- ed should be present. "Yale" is on guard fS Vour family protected m your absence? they ihe confidence that comes from the use of Yale Builders' Locks unil Your plans for a little home should include' Vale Builders' protection and for decoration. It will always be a source of comfort .and pleasure to you. Come in and about We are representatives and distributors of Yale' Builders' Hardivare and have an expert, samples, and infor- nution at your_scrvicc. COOEfS' YALE BUSINESS f HONES 191S, 1212 OFFICE 1MO Chief Clerk CoUms oE the local gen- eral C. P. K. offices, is laid up with tho 'nu and has noi been able to bu at i the office all this week. AT M CENTS A POUND WINNIPEG. jMarch wan University got a record price- for their stall-finished steer which was A Beautiful Monument Comb'iniitE lioth simplicity and dignity is shown in our -work 6l designing. Menomenta! Jth South, R. Needi. Luxeni- -way, Netherlands, Sweden, id, Canada .'sad the United against IB.W17; and the five years'; 'average of Tlio production of harlty la thv came countries, plus Great Britain, Egypt, aud Tunis, is bushels, against 6S1.07S.- 000 in 1917 and the five years' average lot Oats production in ihe same coun- tries, less fegypt, is bush- ,el3, against in 131( and !Tiie five ytars' averagev of 000. 1 Com in Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Candda, '.United Slates, japan and Jloroccb; is .bushels, against in 1317 and the five years' average, of lands. Canada. United State.5, India, Morocco and-Tunis is bnsh- feU, against 1S17 and the] five years' average of Crop conditions are'generally good in ElriSais, Ireland and Tunis, and average in Italy tuid Japan. Out of Hospital "Old Man" Pearson, well-known irri- gation bopsler, who has been in the hospital for three weeks with rheu- ttiatfsm Is around again. City VJ. O. Bridge and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff of Magrafli, H. J, McNabb of Grassy Lake, and Mr. and J. Bugler of Warner, nre visitors register- ed at the Hotel. Choir Practice' The United Church choir practice will he held on Thursday night, the meeting which was to have heen held that evening having been postponed. ienco of over three hundred people ot PRIZE STEER SELLS Knox church last night. The program with nothing in.tho.wy of brow selections, distinctly appealed to the audience add ivas highly entertaining from n musical aiid amusement siaud- sold today at the Union Stockyards point. It greatly appreciated mid j for y> cents a pound. Livestock men received many-laudatory comments. I claim it the best finished steer that Tho artistes s'lioweii considerable skill I evcr'camc into the yards; it weighed' ami Ihe vocal inslruinen-j over 1SOO at point ot shipment, tal and elocutionary numbers render-j pilea Cured In 6 W 14 I Druggists refund money if PAZO j OINTMENT rails to euro 1 Blind, Bleeding or Protruding i Stops Irritation; Soothes and Heals. Yon can get restful sleep after the first application. PrlM We. V 1' Local Men Off Mew jama The.following I.elhbridge men dis- embarked from the Metagama are due to arrive in the about March 30th. They are T. R. J. C. Vcrins, ijand W. C.Dow. Hill Spring Sergt. Brooks, of Hill Spring, who went overseas wilh the 13lh C. 51. and later was transferred to the IToth Ilattalion, is in Ihe city. He returned home last February. cd and hearty'applause was accorded each member of the seitctte. 'CARD OF-THANKS Sir. Arthur BeU and family -wish to express' their! deep appreciation of the many kin'dnesses extended them in their recent sad'.bereavement through the death of Kell, a dear wife arid mother." Also for the beau- tifill floral''tributes.from the following: The Blacksmith's Educational ABEOC., heart; I.'Q. OJ P. Viaduct wreath; Mrs. J. Wolsley, wreath; Ji'r.-. Ajel.. Lothian and Effic.' wreath; -Mrs. Jlr. and Mrs. J. M. Vognagel, wreath; the neighbors, 'star, Colds Caute and Feverish and 'Body .Paina caused from soon relieved by taking LAXSTIVB BROMO QU1N- 1KB Tablets: Thept's only ono "Broma W. GROVE'S signature on the lioji. -30c. Meeting Postponed The meeting of Iho finance commit- -lee of the L.A.A.A. has been postponed tot several days for a number of very good reasons. Tho executive of the association' will ractl toulght in tlie lit liOiiac ht o O'ClOCk. i M. V. Act I.-At the.provincial police court ihis morning before Jlaglsfrate Irwin, Dr. H. B. C. Thompson was fined 52 and costs for allowing his son to drive llis car while under the prescribed age in accordance with the Act. LIFT Off CORNS! Drop Freexorie on i touchy corn, that com OS with fingers But Not Up in We aiwmys orrr fuH and kill daily. 1-R, COULTRY Phone 492 Tho Albwta Mut Market Cuitte Food Board Good Ones ASENTS for LethbrWge and dislrict for Tne Underwood Type- writer, -VVoodstocl! Typewriter. National Typswriter and Edison-Dick PRINTING, PAPER-RULING AND BOOK-IINOINQ. EVERALL FRANKS tOUTHARD BLOCK THIRD AVENUE SOUTH j Dr. W. D. ,herla Block, phone-1516. S5-G One of Maiiel'darriion's Ijest rec- ords is the "Lullaby" No. 74431. Call and hear this at the V.'iliis Piano Store, 707 3rd Aye. S. The Festival C'ltorus will rehearse' as uaual tonight iii Knox church. The concert is postponed-for at least a week. Those people who have bought tickets are requested tu keep and use I them on the new da'.e when announc- ed. 89-1 i WE'KERLE ARRESTED PARIS, March 25.--The Hungarian communistic government has arrested Dr. lAlexander Wckerle, fo.rmer pre- mier and finance minister, a from Budapest snys. 0 JotionyO O Johnny O A REAL GOOD TIME AT G.W.V.A. STOHER [QGETT, Limited iBmaoce Clruu Lawk, Loans and Rental Agents CASE TRACTORS PHONES BALMORAL BLOC. "Have You Tried Our Service Dipirtrr.tiH Ljrtelyf' S. A. LindWads auction sale ol farm stock and equipment at CoaWale Elation'on Friday nexl, will be held 1 o'clock. I'eter l.cVally Is tho auc Itioneer and D. J. JlcSwain clerk. 89-2 The auction sale and impte- raents at Oival Uodtli' farm near iiysjop school has owing to sickness been until, a later dale. The sale was to hayo been held to- morrow. VETERAN ORCHESTRA OF 6 PIECES WILL THE MUSIC, I Daace and Supper Time, 9.00 p.m. G.W.V.A. Qirl, ''Death of Infant The death look placo in the city ou March .25th, of the infant son ot 5Ir. bt'Kipp, Alberta. The remains are at Felterjy's parlors and the fuicral ser- vices willbe private. Red Crou Donation The honorary treasurer of the Re Cross Society acknowledges with flunks the donation of J20.00, needs of a masquerade ball at Conlee, arranged by Ihe ladles o Spring Coulee, per Mrs. J. K. Thomp son, honorary secretary Spring Coulee Kcd Cross Socieiy. Death of Mn. Carman News has been received In the city of the death of Mrs. C. W. Carman 'wife of Ihe o-pfjier of'thi- lownslle o The ilecrascd died' ..a Grand liapida, Michigan, suddenly following an operation. Her malde name was Gay, which with that of he hosband, gave the name to Carman say. TODAY LAKE SUPERIOR WfflTEFlSH PICKEREL ATLANTIC COAST MACKEREL Tke Vucwmr Market CoaldaU Block Phom Food Control Lictnx For. Doesn't hurl a Drop a litlle Freezone aciil.ig instantly lhat corn slops hurting, then you 111', it right out. Yes, magte! Xo humbug! A tiny oottle of Freezonc costs but n few cents' at any drug storec Ijut ts sufflcletil (0 rerhovo crery hard corn, aofl corn, or between (he toefl. and tho.calluw's, witnpnt soreness or irritation. V I Kreczone' (s dlr.cov- ery of a Cincinnati genius, K is won- Advcrtiaemenl, Csod Crowd Concert The Schubert Sextette, in the Ly- ceum program, played to a large and- Quaker Bread (s Very kind you bake at pledged lo same principles of pyrity ihe same cleanly care, we bake'as well. B. Farm For Sale 1'. jO. Ging 'plows, plow wheels, packer bolls, plowsharei, balance nnd other things. All new, new LETHBR1DOE HIDE. 4 FUR CO, LTD, Rear C.P.B, Telegraph OffkM Cor., Are. (ml 5th atrett 8. Phonic Office 7M; ROT. tM Standard WESTBXOOK BROS. BARBERS tth St. 45 Ibt. to turtle) Cur >t 12.00 for Ib. bulk if taken from F. 0, HYDE 4 CO., 1244, JOHN GIUWORE, LIMITED, BAKER.S CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER BETTER THAN EVER >NO THAT'S SAVIHO A LOT FOR MODEL BAKERY BREAD AT .All. WOCER8, OR PHONE 1176 AND TMt RIG WILL ;