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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MU8ICI MUSIC! MUSICS MUSIC! MUSIC! When yon want anything in the Music Line Come to our h-'imv miii Select it fiem "v.v Stock. We keep everything in V.''-: a'.'. Musical Goods' ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. Phone 15+5, 515 6th St. S. Lethbridqe. Alts. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR F.UHOPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM fl.OO A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. � i-) > ii i mil i' EASTER MEATS Chicken, Lamb, Veal, No. 1 Beef, Oysters $ All the Very Best we could secure DELANYS MEAT CO. FIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 45Z Specials tor Thursday & Saturday this Week Friday being Good Friday this Store will be Closed OUR STORE OPEN TONIGHT UNTIL NINE O'CLOCK. NO ORDER^ ACCEPTED FOR DELIVERING THE SAME DAY AFTER FIVE P.M. ORDER EARLY. WE WILL DO THE REST. AFFLES. Just abr..t 25 boxes of our re-packed stock fcft. Wiiilf they last, per c.ise ... $1.95 NAVAL ORANGES. The Inst of this season, per rforert ....................... SOc, 70c and 80c FRESH STRAWBERRIES. A shipment to arrive Sfurdpy morning. Lowest market price. FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT ......... 12'-2c and 15c BANANAS, choice stock, oer lb............. 10c FRESH CELERY, 2 Ibii. for ............... 25c FRESH ''CAULIFLOWER, Head Lettuce. Green Onicns. Cucumbers. Spinach, etc. Market prices. POTATOES. Extra quality. Dry and mealy, per cwt................>................... �.40 B. C. ONIONS, 7 lbs. for ................... 25: CARROTS. 7 lbs. for ....................... 25c PARSNIPS. 6 lbs. for ...................... 25c TURNIPS. 12 lbs. for .......................25c CABBAGE, per lb............................ 5c BEETS. 6 ibs. for...........................25c PRESERVED FIGS. Tea Garden Brand, something tasty, per bottle..........................45c SWIFTS' PREMIUM BACON, sliced, per lb. 60c SWIFTS' PREMIUM BACON, in the piece ... 55c SWIFTS' PEAMEALED BACKS, sliced, per lb. 60c SWIFTS' PEAMEALED BACKS, in the piece 55c SWIFTS' PREMIUM HAMS, boned, sliced, lb� 55c SWIFTS' PREMIUM HAMS, whole or half hams, per lb.........................*.......... 'He STRICTLY NEW LAID EGGS, lowest market price. COLD BOILED HAM, sliced, per lb. t........ 60c COLD ROAST PORK, sliced, per lb..........60c COLD OX TONGUE, sliced, per lb.......... 70c LIBBY'S MINCE MEAT, in jars, each ...... SOc MINCE MEAT, in bulk. 2 Ibs. for............ 35c WETHEY'S MINCE MEAT, in packets, 2 for 35c PRUNES, Griffin's extra large in tins, containing V4 Ibs. fruit, per tin ..................... 40c OLIVES, minced with pimentos, fine for sandwiches, per bottle ............,........... 35c RIPE OLIVES, in tins, each .........15c and 35c PIMENTO STUFFED OLIVES, per bottle 25c-50c LIBBY'S QUEEN OLIVES, large jars, each.. 50c GINGER SNAPS, 2 Ibs. for ................. 35c Shaving Suggestions for the Man Who Shaves Himself Safety Razors. Blades. Smiting Lotions. Shaving Sticks. Reior Strops. Li'ac Vegetal. Shaving Powder. Shaving Cream. Brushes. Hones. Men's Talcum. Get the full enjoyment out of your shave by having these shaving comforts handy. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO" Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL .- The discussion shut has taken place in the municipal law committee of the legislature on the Ml! to aiiir-nd 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 submit ted 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 business on which such person is paying a business tax. J. That no person shall pay an income tax for revenue derived from 1 '.1 estate on which such person is prying land tax. 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. �*>. Professional men. etc . shall pay an income tax with a minimi:;!! equivalent to a reasonable business tax. Hon. Geo. P. Smith explained that the object was to prevent dual taxation. K. P. Atkins asked was it intended to deprive the city of the opportunity of charging an income tax. Hon. .1. K. Beyle, replied that committee had no; decided not to give them an income tax but have laid down certain conditions under which it should be imposed. Winnipeg Market Oats- Open Close ' Mav ... duly ... Barlev-Mav ... Rax- Mav ... Jr.lv ... :,.:i2"1~. :>-Ps 170 :;s;n, Oats-No. 2 (\ W Extra Xo. 1 No. 1 Feed. Barlev- No. 3 ..... Cash Pricej No. ; A DASTARDLY PROPOSAL "Washington. Mar. _S.-A report today from American Minister Morris at Stockholm amplifying news cables of a few days ago on Germany's proposals to Lithuania, says Germany has agreed to recognize the independence of the little state provided it joins the German confederation and shoulder; a pari of the German war debt. Only One "BROMC QUININE" To ger the genuine, call for full name ! LAXATIVE BRO.MO QUININE Tah-I lets. Look for signature of E. W. j GROVE. Cures a Cold in One Day. 1 ;;oc. !>.-,!, No. 3 C. W. lU's Feed ............. 0ms SS*S No. i Feed. . S4's 1:0, No. 4 ......14s Rejected .....................14S Feed ,...................140 . Flax-  No. 1 N. \v. c................s.>y�i ! No. . c. w. ;;js4U No. :: c:. w. ;:�: \ Winnipeg Livestock "*"- i Winnipee. .March 2S.-The cattle I market tod.ty continued slow and only I the best quality .butcher stuff was I waiwed. The low grade cattle was ex-l tremely dull. Hogs were steady..Quo-i tations: ! Butcher steers. ?9 to $12;. heifers, i $7.75 to $11.50: cows. $5.25 to $10: I bulls. SS.50 to $9: oxen, $5.50 to S9.25 calves $7 to $16. Hogs-Selects. 20.25: heavies. $1.7 to sows. $15.50 to $17.50; lights, Sli; to SIS.  Please Note Our Prescription Files are now dried out and arranged and are now available at JACKSON & CO.'S STORE For any who desire their prescriptions refilled. THE RED CROSS DRUG / & BOOK CO. CITY AND DISTRICT Want To Know About Him I "Will anyone who knew Robert Thorn who enlisted in the 11,'lth Battalion, ; please communicate with Mr. Oliver. I Secretary of Soldiers' Bureau. Fined $50.00 Quen 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 Elton in the City Police court. Am. Income Tax Inspector 1 The American income tax inspector, E. J. Qttinn. has arrived in the city and will be here also on Friday and Saturday at the office of M. P. Johnson, consular agent. ANNOUNCEMENTS The C. B. Bowman Agency office is now located in Room 21U Sherlock Bldg. SiU) Johnstone and Ritchie have moved their otficea to Kirkhani Block, over McKelvie and McGuirc's store. Sfi-7 evening in Knox church, commencini at S.SO. Collection in aid ot the choii fund. The Henderson Four is in the snm0 acres summer fallow-OTCWed. 50 acres fall plowed, i room house, stable 20 head. Other biiildings._W-e]l, fenced and eiioss fenced. For a few days d�QC AA cash .$5,000, balance half crop........................ 4>jDiUU QOA ACRES. Fine level land. Absolutely no stone. Half mile to OCi" Skiff Station. This land if small improvements were made worth ?