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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE THIRTEEN Lethbridge Business Repair Directory FOR QUICK, EFFICIENT SERVICE Get In Touch With the Following: Accountants "H. W. MEECU AGENCIES Acadia BlocS. 3rd Avenue South. Income Tsx Consultants. Phone 3343. Air Conditioning FBEEL SHEET METAL furnace and modern alr- conditioning. See our floor i HILL Metal and Roofing Contracts. Furnace and Earestrougfa. Hepairs. Auto Wreclters MCLAUGHLIN GaraSe and Auto Wreckers. Comer of 4th Ave. and 3rd St. Phone 2918. Bsauty Parlors 'CAIi WSSTBROOS'S BEAUTY PARLOK for your Nest Hair Do. All work guaranteed. Phone 3852. WELtlNGTOS BROS, Deccr- ators." Esu 1907. for estimates phone 2472. Res. 611-lOth St. S. 1853 FIRTH BROS. Spray Painting and Painting. Quick Estimates Given on Roofs. Stucco Houses, Farm Buildings. Phone 373L 715-17Oi St. N. Plumbing Gas Fitting Additional Classified Contracts CONTRACT concrete and soray painting; brush work. City "and country. No job too large or small. Reliable, efficient work. Apply llillard, Giroux Co. Eooai 34. Garden Hotel. Lethbridge. I860 FRED a speciality. 604-6U1 St. S. Phone 2735. 1331 Piano Tuning GERARD HOEKSTKA Pfcoce 3355. 1505-4tii ATc. 5J. 1962 Radio Repairs Cabinet Making Counter Store Fixtures and General WOODWOKKISG CO. Sll-Bth South. Phone Barrett's EXPERT RADIO APPLIANCE REPAIRS- ALL PARTS AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. CLARKE BLK. PHOSS 4354. 1626 WHE2T YOU TO BUILD, you consult buudiag contrac- tor; for your plumbing, a. plumb- er: so irhy take a chance on your grounds, -a-hy not consult an ex- perienced landscape gardener. We have an accumulated 30 years experience. Estimates given on al! types of lacdscaping. Phone 4074 or address inquiries to Allen Bros.. Emerald Gardens. P.O. Box 513. City. 1893 Mass Want In Europe 'Grain Li vest PC k Stocks National Clothing Drire in June Strong Appeal devastation and want is on inadequately dad for the weather, so vast a scale in Europe as to be'for health and for and almost beyond our comprehension. was lb.e comment that Williasn M- Birks. national chairman of the Canadian Allied Reliei campaign for used, clothing, made on reading some of the reports received from relief workers. -Milliocs are reliel most orkers are doing their ut- with the supplies at taeir WINNIPEa GRAIN EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS] KKhanfeon Si Ltd.) May........ May Frer. IMS Open SEjh tent Close Close Close disposal to alleviate the suffering of the destitute homeless, looted people. That is why the Canadian J jjray 282-i 283 232-i 283 l people aie being asked to KO i through, tneir wardrooes and; i clothes closets once more :o see' what. Canac-a can do :o help. The National Clothing Collection, which has the fullest support of lie Ca- nadian government, will take place from June 17 to June 29, and. I am confident that, with the generosirr that Ss so ehar- .252 ......199 ......190 252 301% 201" 193 189- 255S 251 201 si 84% MX 273 142% MARKET TRENDS Summer Resorts STORE AKT> OFFICE household and children's furniture and toys made, refinishea or re- red. "jfic-Nac Shop, 416A-3ra St. KEPLER'S GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO ALL MAKES RADIOS, HEARING AIDS and APPLIANCES. 22A 7th St. S. Phone 4338. 1178 pair Sou uth.- Phone 355S- Cemetery Memorials Importers of Scotch Granite and Italian Marbles. U5TSBKI3GE MONUMENTAL WOEKS Phone 3920. R. Needs, 325-8th St. S. RADIATORS LIMITED HARRISON-McCORD Radiator Service. Repairing, cleaning, re-cor- ing with original equipment cores. 14-Sth St- S. Phons 4121. 1533 KOT'S RADIATOR ors cleaned, repsired. recored. De- verv paid on ouc-of-tovm 327-3rd St. S- !S35. Contractors Ornamental Iron Railings, Carpen- ter "Work, Plans, Decal Transfers. G H. Lambert. Phone 2077. 14oa NEW LAWNS All necessary material on hand; fullv modern" equipment; also lawn mowers and clippers sharpened. A. Bachman, Lavvn Contractor. Pnone 2110. 1225 Dentists Re-capping end Re-treading Tires. NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer. Phone 4268. 1270 DR. A. C. AHRENS DENTAL SURGEON. PURITY DAIRY BUILDING PHONE 44S2. 263 Electrical Contractors ALL TYPES of electrical work and repairs bv careful -KDrkmeiL McKen- zie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. 1427 PEAKE PIXK Electrical contracting and refrigera- tor work. Phone 3929. 5M-7th.Ave. South. 118 REBEK ELECTRIC, 710-6Bi St. S. JSIectrical Contractors. Radios and Appliances repaired. Phone 4574. lectrical Appliances EUREKA Vacuum Cleaners, "Snow Bird" Refrigerators and Washing Machines; Farm LIghtiag Plants; Fluorescent Gennicidal lighting Appliances of all types. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE SALES 619-7tii Ave. S. Phone 4560. Tarm Lighting 110 volt and 32 volt, engine driven cr wind driven, -with or without batteries. ___ AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO. 205-lOEh Si. S. Phone 3843 or 37o8 110 and 32 volt engine or wind driv- en with or without batteries. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE SALES 619-7th Ave. S. Phone 4660. 831 Floor Sanding FLOOR SPECIALIST Floors Laid. Sanded and Finished All Work Guaranteed. PERCY HAMILTON Old Floors and Stairs Made New 20 Years Experience. 137-I4th St. N. Phone 2532 1174 MERRICK BROS. FLOORS EXPERTLT LAID, SANDED AND FTSISHED. The Modern Way. Phone 3319. 308-7th Ave. A S. All work guaranteed. 1055 Moving McLEAN TRANSFER Storage. Crating. Packing. Shipping o' Household Goods. Phone 2097. 64Q-6th St. S. 43! Furriers LUXURIOUS FUR. COATS in th latest styles, saving priced. Expert restyling, relining, cleaning and in sured storage. Also cloth coats anr dresses for everv occasion. -NEW YORK FUR DKESS SHO "Famous for Finer Furs." Avenue S. Phone 3276 79 General Repairs Radiator Repairs Phone 1522 NOW OPEN Waterton Lakes Hotel and Chalets. And Balinacor Coffee Shop. Phone Albert Roper. Manager, for Reservations. Phone 12, Waterton Lakes. Radio Service EREMSTAD'S RADIO SERVICE Repairs to all makes cf Radios small electrical spplianccc. Above Capitol Furniture Store. "Phone 2787. 872 TOU MAY. CALL 3232, BERT MAC'S, 315-7th St. S. With confidence. Where they build up the per- fonnance of your the charges. 336 Refrigeration REFRIGERATION Sales Service. T E. Jones. Phone 4555. Ave. S, Lethbridge. 194 Re-Treading RETREADING. RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING The Most Modem and Best Bqulp- Tjed shoe in the J. Al JABDINE'S TIRE SUPPLY. 402-lst Avenue South. Phone 3580. 1657 Roofing CHARLTON HILL 304-9th St. S. Phone 2599. 16S7 XOOFING. Siding and Insulation. Reg. Jones and Res Duce. Phone 4550 I39S Rug Cleaners COLOR-BRITE RUG AND TJPHOLSTEKY CLEANERS Chesterfields and rugs (three day service) cleaned and de-inothed. New equipment, experienced op- erators. We guarantee not to injure fabrics or fade colors. LOHNE 2569. 1283 Sewing Machines WE REPAIR all makes of machines. Work guaranteed. Singer Sewing Machine Co., 620 3rd Ave- S. Phone 2243. 921 Sewing Service HEMSTITCHING. Quick Elsie Risler. 511-llth St. S. service. 599 HEMSTITCHING- Prompt service. Singer Sewing Maculae Co. 620 3rd Ave, S. Phone 2243. 920 DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS DOROTHY GRAHAM. Phone 4494. 122 McFariaad Bldg. 126 BUTTON HOLES. Work guaranteed, airs. R. Harris. 14 Devon Court. Phone 2332. 63 Shoe Repairs STEVE'S SHOE REPAIR SHOP 322-7th Sr. S. Phone 3955. 501 Expert Shoe Repair Shop 714-3rd Ave. S. Satisfactory Work. Bob Barva, 951 Tailors Cleaners LEE DUCK. Tailoring and Kat work. 330-13th St. X Phone 1336 Time Sheets GARAGES, ATTENTION MECHANICS TLME SHEETS carried in stocfc Any cuantity- HERALD JOB DEFT. Phone 3203 485 Upholstery GRAHAM AND JELFS Chesterfield uphoJs-crm: and Repairing. Truck Seats and Car Uphc'.ster5ng S. Phoce 3470. C.RR. Has Big 1946 Program MONTREAL. May the an- nual meeting of ins- Canadian Paei- fice Railway here Wednesday. Presi- dent D. asked for ap- proval of the board of request for S42.000.00O for capital expenditures to assure the efficient operation of the company's proper- _e ies. Speaking of the futile, he said: It is essential that, the railways be maintained in a healthy and flourishing condition, and I am firmly port be t_____ movml of whatever obstacles stand to the wav of ihis achievement." GRAIN PRICES Wtauaipejr Grain Prices May fu- CANADIAN STOCKS (By James Richardson and Open MONTREAL STOCKS; GaiM and tosses were fairly erealr distributed in the lirt appear- ing up to tbf final OB the stortc auk market with iwyers, utilities and tanks in the indices irhfte buy what little is available. "They ask that only give a small thev may lives an: irmly of the opinion tnai the sup- f everv'walk of Hie. andjasfa o? the people of Canaca vcan fa clothes for survival. K counted on to sanction the re- Everrthinjf Seeded __ United States ar.e Jocai means to ests were mainly responsible for :he B C. Power there: sharp upturns. Istdg. Prod......... May finished five cents higher at j c. and D. Sugar...... bid, July was quoted ca? Locoino-ve Can. Can. Brewing........ .Can. S-S. iCan. Car CORPORAL GIVEN YEAR IN JAIL WINNIPEG. May John Hugh Harrey. 34-year-old vet- eran of the Roys! Army Medical Corps, has been sentenced by an cours martial to a re- duction to the ranks and one year's detention, 11 was announced here today. CpL v> cosseted on nine charges involving misappropriation of Red Cross parcels, refusing to obey an order of an officer, and several incidents in which prisoners of war in the Japanese cainp at Oeyama. Japan, had been slapped or beaten. Everrthinjf "Everything is needed coats, suits, trousers, dresses, shirts, swea- j ters. knit-wear, pyjamas, shoes and i overshoes, in fact everything that! you and your family wear. The 3 gift of a coav and of shoes tied in pairs makes the difference between despair and renewed faith." j Local committees, as in the Oc- i j, _or Can. Celar.ese asked to S1.S3. In the export market sale '5.000 bushels of wheat. re-; ported to 'can. Vjckers Lumber grades and track. 2.85: 2 C.W. 2.36; 2.80: 2 2.53; 4 8: track 2.33. Screenings. smelters Chicago Grain Prices t Dom. Bridge Sieel "3" Doin. Textile ilies Trill be formed, it is hoped, m everr cornmanitv. who will arrange fo1- "temeorarily" storing the cloth- ing donated pending shipment TO regional warehouses where it w.Ii be sorted and baled for shipment small, price changes were fairly j J la vies. of tiie "ihir." markes' 33H 32 3tU 42is 60 30 13 60 35 "355 22% 104-: 59'-- 19 34-4 32 j 45 SOU 25 30 66 i 13 35 355 TORONTO STOCKS: price tendency was on the Toronto stock exchange today and teuUor dmU apart from the !m Demi- son Nickel. Denisan teamed more a million advanced about 10 cents. Ay- turnover for the ses- sion was around sharee.. WALL, STREET STOCKS: The stock mariet dawdled through another qttiet today with special providing the centre of tr. Near the close fains and. losses were well mixed thraorh- out the list. Transfers again were in the neighborhood of 1.000.090 shares. existing in future. Oats anaed late in the session in sympathy with I overseas. FREE TDBE TESTING AT McKENZIE ELECTRIC LTD. 1272 Washer Repairs Expert Service to an makes oti Washers and Small Gas Engines.' Full line oi Beatty pans in stoct Order direct from us- Twenty-foiir hour service. WASHER SALES SEKVIUS 403-Sth St a, Lethbridge A. a. 1342 Loans LOANS On selected citv procerty. BOWMAN AGENCY Acadia Block. 1955 Investments INVEST Your surplus funds is high class first mortsasss. Ask cs BOWMAN AGENCY Acadia Blocs- 1957 Aviation KEPLER AVIATION CHARTER sightseeing trips. Fly- Ing School, Piper Cub Sales, Ser- vice. Phone 4338; night 2410; Ken- yon Held. 1417 Bushel Wheat Export For Year OTTAWA, May Do- minion Bureau of Statistics said, to- day it was expected Canada's ex- ports of wheas and wheat Sour might exceed 340.000.000 bushels for the current crop year. In its monihlv summary of the world wheat situation, the bureau said Canada's -below-average 1945 crop, together wiih the high rate of exports through the firs; eight months of the crop year. had reduced total stocks of wheat at March 31 to 213.400.000 bushels from bushels at. the same date st year. This figure Included farm-held stocks of 106.000.000 bushels, out of which must come seed for the 1946 crop and whatever amounts may be required for livestock and poultry feed during the remaining third of the croo vear. Anv balance remain- ing will be divided between deliveries and July 31 carryover stocSs of suf- ficient magnitude to meet farm re- quirements until new gram is avail- able. "In spite of currens low stocks, It is anticipated ;hat Canada's exports of wheat and fiour in terms of wheat, will reach- and perhaps exceed, the figure of bushels for the crop year. Charged in Death Of Kimberley Man VANCOUVER, ilay and Mrs. Stafford Gee. charged with the murder of William Kor- venala of Ximberley, B.C., were re- manded today to May 8 for pre- liminary hearing when they ap- peared in police court. The charge against the couple was laid follow- ing Korvenala's "death from. Injuries received when he toppled from a window of the Gee suite. NEWS NOTES The txjor flying ability of a pigeon and a short circuit in a high-tension underground cable delayed Edmon- ton ofiice workers when a power break occurred. The pigeon was killed when it flew into two high- tension wires near the power house abou: the same time the "short" oc- curred in the underground cable. A. F- Darnell, senior federal poul- trv nroducts inspector at Edmonton since 1943. has been promoted dis- trict poultry inspector for Manitoba with headquarters at Winnipeg. Mr. Darnell will be succeeded by JF- Dawes. who was a member of tne Edmonton staS before going over- seas in 1S39. The U.S. agriculture department has ordered a 40 per cent reduction in the use of grains by distillers during Mar to conserve cereals lor famine-snneken areas abroad. Barkine of the child's small puppy led searchers to a creek where they found the body of Richard K. Dea- con three-year-old son 01 -Mr. ana Mrs. Richard Deacon of Clashmoor, Sask. EXPECT MEAT SHORTAGE VANCOUVER. May few head of cattle continue to trickle into Vancouver, packers reported today, but it apneared there wJl be an acute shortage of beef in stores by Monday. nackers said they have a few carcasses lefi in the store- but agreed thev will last only until the weekend. There was no "indication of any break in the two-week-old price dispute between packers and producers. EXPENSIVE SMOKING EDMONTON. May ing is unusuallv costly as a that's what; those smokers are paying who light up on Edmonton's street cars or trolley buses. Three were Sued and S3.35 costs in police court yesterday for violating trie city bylaw prohibit- ing smoking on street cars. STOWAWAY HELD A VANCOUVER. May 10-vear-old native of MaraTies. Portuguese East Africa, is being held here by immigration officials after the boy. known only as was brought- into port as a stowaway on the British, ship Richmond HilL Smith Oil the rye strength selling i 5J on moisture reports in early Tobacco..... ins3- I ViW-pi At the close wheat, com. and deferred rye contracts were j unchanged at ceilings, oats were; unchanged to higher, and Mav j Pld 176 C ASH GR i 2 red ar.d hard 132 uTI NEW YORK STOCKS i C3y Jaiaes RSchsrdson and Sona) Open: Amer. Ana- -to jcor-da. 48: Atchlson. 04 Steel. IO5H; Chrvsler. 12S; Cons: 27 Edison. 36; Curtiss Wright. fj Gen. Motors, 73-i; Int. Tel, SH; i9 N.T. Central 2SH: Penn. 3JL, 1' Radio Corp.. 16'-i; Republic SteeL i si- Sears, Sinclair. Soc- TJJS. CA Steel, West. Hec_ Total sales 980.000 shares. 34; Sears, vac, 3o 3o-j Rubber. C i 30 nominal, ceiling. 2 yellow H9 nominal, ceiling. 125 to 143H nomlnaL _____ CLOSE FGTURSS 183 H: September 183H; December liay U947) 183 1214: JuSy 121'-i; September 121 83; July 83: Sep- to December 81 tember to May to July 148 >i: September 148 ti; December 148s-- 33 Montreal Power 23 15 42 22H 22 i9a; 30 24si 2S-. DOW JONES AVERAGES Dow Joces averages at close: 30 Industriifis 205.57; off 1.10. 20 Railroads 64.76; up 053. 15 Utilities 43.20: off 0.14. 14 12SH; July 126--; Aumaque September 126S; December Aunor Beattie LIVESTOCK Calgaiy Livestock CALGARY. Ivlay 43 XaL Steel Car 29-i Ogilvia Flour....... 33 Power Corp.......... 15 Powell River........ 34% Price Bros............ 70 St. Law. Corp. "A" 32H Shawinigan......... 251: Slck's Brew. 57 Wesson's Ltd.......... 32 Wpg. Sec........... TORONTO MINES (By James Sichardson and Sons) Open Close 23 i that- 49 Restins was the warmest city witli I an official SO. Prince Albert. Sask-, and Medicine Hat, Alta.. each, with. 79, Saskatoon 78, Edmonton and, Lethbridge. Alta, 72. and Wiani-. peg 70. Calgary was cool with 86. 26-i 58 31 BRITISH APPOINTMENTS TLONDON. May Three British appointments to BreS- market active at steady prices. Tuesday's receipts: 631 cattle, six calves. 939 hogs, 330 sheep: This mornings receipts: oO catue, j Sullivan 106 545 125 105 Bid. Kirk........ 30 Bralorne Central Pat....... 245 103 550 129 106 Con. West Sspl, ChestervJile wn -woods instiranons were an- j Good Hogs sold Tuesday at for j A'S. SOWS SI2.60. I Good to choice butcher steers GIan" xeUowknue to Good to choice! butcher heifers to Sll 50. Good fed to 511.50. i Hardrock nounced Dalton. chan- cellor of the exchequer, to succeed the lata Lord Seynes as British governor; Sir James Grigg. war min- ister in the wartime coalition gov- ernment, as British director of the Bretton Woods International Bank: George Bolton as British director of the Bretton Woods international fund. 59 to "bad actors state prison. Estevan. Sask., Agricultural Society is wondering if it shouldn't droo iis nrojected program, ac- tivities for farm girls. When a dem- onstration was given on how to make blouses and Parkerhouse. rolls. more townswoniea than farm attended. Nine white prisoners described as escaped from KUby Jn Alabama by tun- nelling under a wall- Uovds shipbuilding returns show thai Britain is building more mer- chant tonnage than all other re- porting countries put togetner. Harry lane. 31. Canadian Na- tional Railways trainman, lost both legs between the knees and angles when run over by a boxcar in the shunting yards at BrockvUle. Anoroval has been granted for a Sherritt Gordon Air licence to C-CVIPBELL COMMENTS ON CATTLE DEADLOCK EDMONTON, May A. Campbell.' provincial livestock di- rector, said Tuesday he was sur- prised that 25 per cent of cattle des- tined for the market were still In feed Most of the cattle in the lots, he said, were of a lighter vari- etv. while the choice heavy cattle 1AWNMOWERS and SAWS sharp er.ed. Surveving and. Farm Levels lepasred. Locksmith. Gunsmith, j tJnion Repair Shop 1238-3rd Ave. S. j Vacuum Cleaner Service 1125 were either sold or being sold. similar thing happened a year 'Insulating and Roofing We specialize in applying Rock Wool Insulation and Asphalt Shirs- fles to buildings, old or new. perienced crews on the job the round. VTestem Home Improvement Co. 8 Stafford Block. Phone _____________________ 181 Motors, Electric Vacuum Cleaner Service. All mates. jMcKenzie Electric Ltd. Phose 3637. 252 Vulcanizing TRACTOR. Truck Car Tire I canizjng. Guaranteed. 7 splicing Xew and Us NORTH LETHBRIDGE 5IOTORS AND ALTO WRECKEBS Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer. Phone 4268. 1370 Transport Ltd.. to operate a non- scheduled charter commercial air service out of Shemdon, Man. BobbyWasn't Worried at AU Bv JACK SULLIVAN. Canadian Press Staff V.'nler. LONDON. May at- tractive girl, eyes ilasn- .__ and teeth clinched, mounted "A i jhree of the wide stone steps oeside ago; King George Tf statue in GIVEN" TWO-YEAR TERSI DRUMHELLER. Alta May Furyk of Edmonton, yester- day was sentenced to two years in jail bv Mr. Justice S. J. Shepherd when convicted of breaking and en- tering and theft in connection with the looting of the Wayne post office, eight miles east of here. Jan. 12. HEARING ON FRIDAY Calgary. May dition hearing, m the case of Cor- poral K. J. (Tiny! Morgan of Cur- Koilinger __ J T> Canners and cutters 55 to S7. Good Hudson Bay 127 215 108 360 425 67 720 25 L; 37 137 15 46 bulls S9J25 to S9.75. Good to choice veal calves S11.50 Kiri to S12. Good stocker and f eecer; steers to SIO. Good Iambs S12.75. Winnipeg Livestock WINNIPEG. May C> Lapaska was ruling active on the livestock market tocay. Supplies were being cleaned up on a. steady to firm basis. Cattle 630: steers up to 1.050 Ibs.. choice to S12.50: gcod 51130 to S12; steers over ibs.. choice to S12.50; good Sll 50 lo SI2; heifers, choice Sll to Sll.75; goodj __ SIO to S10.75; fed calves, choice to 51250; good Sll to SI2; Lake 012 143 Maiartic G. F...... 260 McKenzie R. L. 126 i Johes Quebec...... 101 54 Howey.......... 46S Myiamague 77 Noranda O'Brien Crow..... Steep Rocs..... Sullivan....... s. Lund..... S3 260 385 330 255 75 120 505 shares. 143 BO 193 110 3S5 450 65 725 25 30 190 16 46_ 212 140 263 125 95 54 46H 75 3 SO 335 260 SO ISO 505 LETHBRIDGE MARKETS HAY PRICES (Bailed Hay) Alfalfa S15 to Timothv ____ S15 to SIT Prairie hay tAii prices to the trade on beard cars Lethbridge LETHBRIDGE CREAM PRICES CHURNING CBEA3C Special No. 1 fF.OS. Lethbridge. This price in- cludes 10 cents per Ib. goreusnenC subsidy.) EGG PRICES A large. A medium A pullet 2Sc cows, good SS.25 to S9.75; bulls, gcoc j W anti feeGer TORONTO AVERAGES AT CLOSE rie barracks, alleged to be Balph to Jerome Sela who escaped from a' Califorrda prison farm last year after serving nine years of a life sentence for first degree murderj will take place at 10 ajn. Friday. WOMEN ASE WANTING ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES TORONTO. May Some 700.000 Canadian women can hardly wait to get hold of electrical appliances that make homelne more convenient. A survey by the Ontario Associa- tion of Radio and Appliance Deal- ers showed Canadian women would buy an electric refrigerator steers, good S975 to Caives 210; good anc. choice veal to S14jO. Hogs 595; grade B-l Sheep 10: good lambs 513. Toronto Livestock TORONTO, May Industrials. 201.52: up .06. Golds, 128.54; cown 137. Base Bietals. 100.43; down .02. Western 28.67: down .01. WARM TUESDAY WINNIPEG. Slav tr I JLVJ. .Viav 1---- __ j were firm on early cattle sales at j emers sunned themselves Tuesday, the livestock market here today i in temperatures thai ranged up to with good butcher cows to j 80 degrees and unofficially well pasi and a few good butcher steers Vegetable Growers The acreage aOloimenta for some vegetables "have already been filled. All members shoald con- tact us immediately if they wish contracts for this year. Southern Alta. Co-op. Vegetable Growers Limited Stafford BJock, Lethbridse 25 to Calves were steady! at to for choice with plain; vealers downward to j No price was established for hogs: which closed previously at. dressed, grade A S20, grade B-l S1S.60. No sheep or lambs were offered, i Receipts reported by the Domi- nion marketing service Cat-! tie 160, calves 100. hogs 220. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO, May i 14000: good and choice barrows and sows S14.10 PROViOTED tomorrow if it available. Another 630.000 want -washing ma- chines. 400.000 want electric stoves of all Canadian ana uc-i vi i Cattle S.OUU: caives oou; lop bteeis households want new electric irons, for'choice praije 1.401] I pound averages; bulk steers S15.75 to S1750; best fed heifers S17: most- Ibeef cows SIO to 512 50; heavy beef bulls to S14.75; largely SIS down. i I Sheep good to choice I fed clipped lambs short No. i peits 60: medium to good wcoied i yearlings S12.85: two-year-o'.ds Sll: s'few wooled slaughter S3 75; recently shorn kinds S7.50 down. Alfalfa Seed and Garden Seed Now the time to sow Alfalfa Seed, Clover, Brome, etc. Large shipment arrived. Bulk Garden Seeds, Fertilizer, Lubrication and SOUTHERN ALBERTA CO-OPERATIVE ASSN. LTD. Pioneer Seed Disfcibators of Southern Alberta I221-2nd Ave. S., Lethbridge Phone 5777 in the.swme business." he said, and i faigar So.aare. clutche Uie deadlock in that industry lasted iapels of a set-faced only a few weeks. It was hoped j and screamed: action would be taken shortly to --111 kill you clutched the young coal- man, remote the present deadlock. Passereov. attracted by the high- pitches! voice cutting through the stillness of an early Sunday mom- --Fully equipped shop, expert work- tcn, for the repair o: fractional three phase motors. JfcKenzie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. _ _ Tire Repairs arcs of all Kinds. Belt Splicing. "A Tire Service" J. A. JARDINE'S TIRE SLTPI.Y 402-lst Avenue South. Phcr.e "5SO. 1655 Mimeographing DONE J.V-S. Brown. Brown's Musical _J________Supplies. Veterinary Surgeons DR. J. C. CARNEY S04-2nd Ave. a Phone -T.50. LIFE INSURED LOANS to a i questioner 'Jt was only 7.30 'CAN'T FIND HALL He then volunteered the informa- t'.on the would-be murderer KILLED FISH ILLEGALLY SHELLBROOS. Sask. May of a bridge collapse, which caused the accidental snoot- ing of two children here April 13.. was the appearance in court here Tuesday of three young men charged with 'isi-s firearms :o kill fish. Gordon Morrison. 13.' ar.d Delbert 13. pleaced. to the charges and wore each i fined and COSTS. The third case ill be held CAPITAL OF CHINA NANKING. May Nanking 1 officially became the capital of China again todav reports that 'the postponed nai'.onas assemoiy' I tHjC Ct t TtS OM CXW UtK BRUCHET Painting, Paper- 32D-llth St. a Phone 3706. ARCHER -Interior and Exterior Decorator. Modem Equipment. Phone 2469. 1736 j {547! Wheel Aligning Short Stop Service Station Brake Service, 4th St. Phoce 4167. 5SO Watch Repairs Froert Watch and Clock MAC'S WATCH SHOP, Coa'.Sa'.--- 1572 Leo B. George, for the last four SIK-Sth SC S. t Oliver Block I. Onrer Btort were from the Stepney group Unity Theatre Movement and tneir presence was explained by Lillian Fagelson. 22. the group's producer. "The whole of the last act is done on steps thai have to be high, wide and handsome and where eise could you find boiler ones than Trafalgar Square? We can't get I where to rehearse." any. nounced by E. G. Bowie, superinten- dent of the department. Mr George wa-s employed on the Lethbndase Division from Sept. 16. to July 15. 1941. when he went to the Muni- tions Supply department as super- visor of aircraft production, a war- time asMenmrnt that took him u> England for some tuna, i ST. PAUL, May John J. McDonough. still confined to his, hoire after an attack of paralysis suffered recentlv in Wash- j ington on an airpor; mission. terdav was re-elected over Andrew j Glenn a imn 35.032 u> I 077, in the city election. Benefit Ocr customers benefit from die rcCabte quotations and baying aad sdliog services mack possible bv oct private wires and farsach offices. As 3. trader you win apprecuts die importance of this reliability. 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