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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta LM.UflCt.MUSICt MUSIC! MUSIC! MUSIC! �\Vta$n you wont anything in the Music Line, dome to our StoroVimt Select ft from our Stock? Wo keep everything In Music ntul Musical Goods* ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. Phone 154S, 315 6th St, S . Lethbrldge, A!ta. EASTER MEATS Chicken, Lamb, Veal, No. 1 Beef, Oysters | Ail the Very Best we could secure DELANYS MEAT CO. FIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS PROM �.00 A.M. TO t.00 P.M. � e. * Specials tor Thursday & Saturday this Week Friday being Good Friday this Store will be Closed OUR STORE OPEN TONIGHT UNTIL NINE O'CLOCK. NO ORDErV ACCEPTED FOR DELIVERING THE.SAME DAY AFTER FIVE P.M. ORDER EARLY, WE WILL DO-THE rest. 1/ Shaving Suggestions for the Man Who Shaves Himself Safety Razors. Blades, Shaving Lotions, Shaving Sticks? Rezor Strops, Lilac Vegetal, Shaving Powder, Shaving Cream, Brushes, Hones, Men's Talcum. Get the full enjoyment' out of your shave by having these shaving comfort* handy. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO"Ltd. r.-ilil) Edmonton. March 2S.-The discussion that has taken place in the municipal law^ committee of the legislature on the bill to amend the Edmonton city charter with a view to invalidate a plan of taxation to help the- cities of the province to liquidate their present financial burdens resulted Thursday morning in" the following proposals submitted by Hon. Wilfrid Gar-iepy, minister of municipal affairs, being accepted after a vote as the basis of the special taxation. 1. That no person shall pay income tax for revenue derived from a bxisi-ness on which such person is paying a business tax. 2. That no person shall pay an income tax for revenue, derived from real estate on which such person is paying a land tax. 3. Corporations shall pay a business tax. 4. Xo discrimination shall be exercised between persons carrying on the same business. "Person" includes , a corporation or partnership. i 5. Professional men, etc.. shall pay , an income tax with a minimum equivalent to a reasonable business tax. . Hon. Geo. P. Smith explained that/ the object .was to prevent dual taxation. ... ." - .1 H. P. Atkins asked was it intended | to deprive the city of the opportunity of charging an income tax. Hon. J. R. Boyle replied that committee had not decided not to give them an income tax but have laid down certain conditions under which it should be imposed. A DASTARDLY PROPOSAL Washington, Mar. 2S.-A report today from American Minister Morris at Stockholm amplifying news cables of a few & 91% mi .146 Only One "BROMO QUININE" To get the genuine, call for full name LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE Tablets. Look for signature of E. W. GROVE. Cures a Cold in One Day. 30c. / .... Groceteria TO THE HOUSEWIFE- / f You can spend less than you'', are spending 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 204 13TH STREET S. V OPPOSITE ELLISON MILLS Cash Prlcea Oats-No. 2 C. W. 95% No. 3 C. W. Extra Xo. 1 Feed ............. No. 1 Feed.. SS^ No. 2 Feed.. Barley- No. 3 ......17Q No. 4 . Rejected .....................145 Feed ^. ...,...............140 . Flax-No. 1 .V. W. C................3S9^ No. -1 C. W. 3S4M; No. 3 C. W. 367 Winnipeg Livestock i -Winnipeg. .March 28- The cattle market today continued slow and only the best quality ^uteher stuff was wanied. The low gTade cattle was extremely dull. Hogs were steady..Quo-tations: Butcher steers. $9 to $12-v heifers. $7.75 to $11.50; cows. $5.25 to $10; ' bulls. $6.50 to $9; oxen, $5.50 to $9.25: calves $7 to $16. ! Hogs-Selects. 20.25; heavies, $17 \ to $1S; sows, $15.50 to $17.50; lights $16 to $1S. * , Please Note Our Prescription Files are now dried out and arranged and are now available at. , . JACKSON & CO.'S STORE v> For any who desire their prescriptions refilled. THE RED CROSS DRUG > & BOOK CO. A New Concoction. Mrs. C. Rozani ot the north side'J was found by the A. P. P. making pro- (1 vision against the coming boozelegsj days by manufacturing some sort of concoction out of grape juice, whiskey; and alcohol, giving, it the name...of wine. She had a supply of liquor larger than the law. allows and a big supply of the so-called wine when the' police called. She was fined $10 and costs- on the charge in the A.P.P. court. PRESIDENT SIGNS BILL Washington,  Mar. 28.-President' .Wilson today signed the bill which paves uhe way for the sale of greai, German, properties in the , United States' and permits the government to acquire title to the great German steamship piers and, docks at Hobo-ken, N.J. , V The Dixon REAR STAFFORD BLOCK The Finishing Touch to a building is its cornice. Us character gives tone to the' entire structure.. Our cornice work can be seen on some of the finest buildings in town. It' shows how skilful is our work in sheet, metals. And our skill Iti erecting combined1 with the heavy grade metals we use in. our work means that the cornice we put on a building will last as Jong if not longer than the huilding itself. Sheet Metal Go. LETHBRIOOC. ALBERTA HAY FOR SALE CARLOAD8 OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALFALFA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL ' ATTENTION TO - j ALL ORDERS.'. PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR 1 PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South Telephone 732 Easter Confections Our Easter Chocolates arrived from Neilson's yesterday. Boxed and in bulk. The varieties include: >' - Cream Dipped Braxils, . \ Nougatines, Assorted Hard Centres, Nuts and Hard. Centres, Almond Tops, . : , . Orange Marmalade, Ginger Fruit, Pineappleines, .' Peanut Cluster,.etc., etc. In Bulk, 60c pier pound Boxes from fifty cents to five dollars. , � . .,� V > === J. D. Hif iobothovm 4 Co ' Limited ., "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists* Wholesale and Retail Chemists. TELEPHONE No. 322 CITY AND DISTRICT Want To Know About Him Will anyone who knew Robert Thorn who enlisted in the 113th Battalion, rleaae- communicate with Mr. Oliver, Secretary of Soldiers' Bureau. Fined $50.00. '. . Queu Sing, the Chinaman who was in charge of the fan tan game when the police popped on the scene was fined .$50 and costs by Magistrate El-ton in the City Police court.- Am. Income Tax Inspector i The American income tax inspector, E. J. Quinn, has arrived in the city and will be here also on Friday and Saturday at the office of M. P. Johnson, consular agent. Appreciate Fire Brigade Appreciation for the excellent work of the fire department in the recent Acadia blocli, firo wa3 shown this morning when Chief Hardy received a cheque from ,C. B. Bowman on behalf of himself and Capt. L. M. Johnstone for $100. In the accompanying letter complimenting the chief and the department, Mr. Bowman stated that it was to the credit of the efficiency of the brigade that the building is repairable. ' iM^si^MBSBBBisBJ lhvspite of the fact that many lines of high grade ' tools have been hard to get this season we have ah 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 bo urged to buy. We want your business dnd sooner or later >ve will have it. Come and and getf acquainted. Consumers Hardware Co. ANNOUNCEMENTS The C. B. Bowman Agency office is now located In Room 216 Sherlock Uldg. ' S5-0 Johnstone and, Ritchie have moved their offices to Kirkham. Block,. over McKelvio and McGulro's store. 86-7 It your car needs painting, send it tq G. T. Drinkall & Sons, next to Herald office. Good work? guaranteed. . " ' .' 83-10 The Ne.\t bf Kin are holding an npron and pantry sale at tlie United Church hall on Saturday afternoon, at two o'clock. Afternoon tea will be served. Pfoceeds'fdr funds. �' : 90-2 "The Seven Lnst Words of Christ," a sacred cantata.' wilt. be. given by Knox church choir on Good Friday evoning in Knox church, commenclnj at 8.30. Collection in aid of the cuoli fund. v.. The Henderson Four is in the snnn class as the ?5,000 automobile, with more 'sport than any car. The TerriH'Floral Co.'B store and greenhouse.^ corner 4th Ave. and lltli St, will bo open tomorrow. People an invited to call and -see the Eastei lilies. ------ j_ j BIG COLLECTIONS London, March 28-A. dispatch frohi P/elhlvsayg that Lady Chelmsford announces'" that >tho "Our Day" collections throughout India amounted te �S15,000. India's Mesopotamia Red Crosd needs aro now provided for until the end ot the yenr." Special Session of Masons D. D, McNabb, .John McKerrow, E. J. Rossiter. Jas. Harris, N. T. Mc-Leod. R. W. Long, O. T. Lathrop, W. D. King, E, J. Rannard, George Kerr, Mr. McDonald, Dr. Leech, Dr. Marrs, T. C. Ridpath, Allan Jack.' Dr.,Taylor John Gilniore. E. Adams, A. Hayr. Mr. Reid and S. B. Mitchell, -teave tonight for Medicine Hat, where they will .attend a special session ot the Masons there tomorrow. Thank Miners The G. W. V. A. wish to thank the miners' union, local No. 1189-of Coal-hurst, for the cheque for $139.10, the proceeds of the dance put, on by the Miners' Union at Coalhurst on Friday last in aid of the Lethbrldge veterans. They also thank tho people of Coalhurst for their generous support. ThiR is the first organization or community who have attempted to aid the local veterans in this way, not forgetting the donation from the Lethbridgc local recently. We are Selling Agents for. the Moline Universal Tractor and can deliver a Tractor Today. ' Superior Supply Co, Seed and Jable POTATOES For sale in car lots; also TIMOTHY AND PRAIRIE . HAY Write for prices KENNETH R. SIMPSON A CO. CALGARY, ALTA. -.Dealers in Potatoes, Hay, Egg*. Etc. t, YOUR'E SAFE-AT THE SANITARY SHOP. WESTBROOK BROS Osv^slte Bank of Montreal'  Our Clearance Sale of Wall Papers, Room Moulding* and Pljite Rails will ,aoon he over. Others-havo1 taken advantr age of this saving. 'If |tfIntoresta you don't delay,  y* �:�;�,>�� Robertson's S�t Store Present Stand 118 5tn Street 8. New Stand will be Lethbrldoe Hotel Block. . A Wreck A' freight wreck occurred at Pin-cher station yesterday afternoon, when a freight train piled into the rear end Of another freight standing on the main line, with the result that the caboose of the forward train caught firo and burned and several cars wero wrecked. As it happen'eil the wreck took place right at jho station, and the line was clear for trains to pass on the sidings, so that traffic was not held up. No one was injured in the wreck. The Twentieth Century Book Store - !* '"Everybody's Book Shop" * , "We Sell the Books Being Talked About" 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE C13 Returned Soldiers ; The following soldiershave returned: Pte. Thos. Harmor Norris, 113th Battalion; Pto. Ralph Tom Potts, 113th Battalion; Set. John Mullen, 113th Battalion; Pte. Geo. Gregory, 82nd Battalion; Pte. R. Reid; also Pto. John Wotton, 11th C.M.R., who Is visiting at Coalhurst prior to going homo to Femlc, and Roderick Bain, "Milcc Polivick, and A.. Silatech of tho 118th Battalion. They arrived in vlhe city this morning at 2 and 3 a.m. and wore met by the secretary of the lioUirned Soldiers' Bureau and the I.O.D.E. coni-tiilttoo.  � 'H 7, BIRThtA MACINTOSH-On f Kursday.' March 28th, 1918, to Mr; und; Mrs.'J, Mac Intosh, 910 10th St. SI, a daughter, BROOKS-To Mr. und Mrs. R. F. Brooks. 1221 7th Ave. S, March J7tl>,-u daughter : Wnter'ton Lakes is just around the block if you ride the Henderson Four. WE HAVE AN EXCEPTIONALLY FINE DISPLAY OF EASTER MEATS R. COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market V To the FARMER To the SPECULATOR To the INVESTOR ATTENTION! ,' It is a wise mau who knows n good (thing, Tho wise' man knows -that productive land at tho following prices'cannot help but make money. . ///;. . ^ jf OA ACRES. Good heavy loam. All tillable. 300 acres specially 40V fino. Watered by creek. School on land. Good road Aiq tktk to town. One-fifth cash, balance easy. ...... ...... vlwivU OOA ACRES. Level. All tillable. 400 acres broken, fenced; Two and umv a half miles town Coutts lino. Cash-?1500:, , (f>�g Afl balance half 'crop. .'."..i"........... ..... syaOeyU Cyl A ACRES, 2Ms miles Wilson Siding. 150 acres summer fallow-O^Ucd. 59 acres fall plowed, i room house, stable 20 head. Other buildlnga.iWoll, fenced and cijobs fonced. For a few days. *0(J A|\ cash.f5,000, balance half crop...................... efaOeV.V nAA ACRES. Fine.level land. Absolutely no atone. Half milo to JtiU Skiff Station. This land If Bmall Improvements were made worth $40.00 acre. Cash f1500.00, balance 5 years at &OC AA 7 per cent. Exclusive listing................. �7a>velllK South'Eaat Section 12; twp. 7; range 19, 4 miles tOClAA Stirling. ?480 cash, balance half crop...............$�v*"U Seetloi 1; twp. 3; range 14, $2.00 aero cash, bdl- 4J|B-AA' anco half ^rop. .'................. ........... ----... $19�V" r './  . � . . East Half 22, twp. 3; range 15. No reasonable offor refused oi crop'payment. ' 100 -Improved Farms Stock1 Ranches Js Leases Raw Land, Crop Payment J. HARRIS & CO. ESTABLISHED 10 YEARS NEAR HUD80N'8 BAY STORE T 7" Office Equipment Office and Typewriter Desks, Chairs, Flllno Cabinets, Agents foif Woodstook Typewriters, Ulck'a Mlmeofl/aph, F. 4 E. Check Writer, Standard Envelope Sealer and Stamp Afflxer, , Burroughs' Adding < 'Machine. . v , j � ' ' � ^ < � stook Reglstors/vSeals and Stock Certificates. A FULL LINE CjF-OFFICE* STATIONERY. '' EVERALL & FRANks SlnnoUjllock, cor. 4th-Ave.- and 5th St. .*. Phone 110f ;