Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 11

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 12

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, MAY 14, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE Lethbridge Business Repair Directory FOR QUICK, EFFICIENT SERVICE Get In Touch. With the Following: Accountants i M. TC. MEECH Acadia Block. 3rd Avenue Soutn. Air Conditioning FKEEL SHEET METAL McClary furnace and modern air- See our floor display CHARLTOX HOI. Sheet Metal and Roofing Contract. Furnace and Eavestrough- Repairs. 1828 Auto MCLAUGHLIN Garase and Auto Wreckers. Corner of 4th Ave. ana 3rd St. Phase 291S. 10 Beauty Parlors CALL WESTBROOICS BEAUTY PARLOR for your Kext Hair Do. AU work guaranteed. Phone 3852. 607 Insulating and Roofing Wg in applying Jtae-lr Wool Insulation and Asphalt Shin- gles to buildings, old or new. Ex- perienced crews on the job the year round. Western Home Improvement 8 Stafford Block. Phone 2S53. 181 Mimeographing ALL WORK CAREFULLY DONE J. S- Brois-n. care Brovm's Musical ________ Supplies. City.______1671 LEN BRCCHET Painting. Paper- hanging. 329-llth Si. a Phone 3706. 2541 Room and Board by Ahem ARCHER Interior and Exterior Decorator. Modem Equipment. THAT'S CUARA. rUFFi-E-S >l LISTEN. SSt MEANS BUSINESS, S SSJWVPER ON A AN IRON AND HAS Of THE SHORT. PUMA? LA0T W UVW43 ROOA. A KEW LODGER IW TCWERS? I CAAftH SCOWLED. AND SitjMG A GLANCE AT VS AS SHARP AS A VOOO2MAN5 --SKS STRIKES MS AS A LAST CAST. RQ3JN Too-Exuberant Embrace Fatal LONDCX, May cor- oner ruled today thai Miss Flor- ence Quarrel. 22, died accidental- ly in her sweetheart's arms after his too-exuberant embrace exert- ed pressure on a vulnerable nerve centre in her neck. Dr. Keith Simpson, govern- ment pathologist, tessiaed the momentary pressure caused im- mediate paralysis of the lung and heart functions. Grain Livestock-Stocks WINNIPEG. GRAIN EXCHANGE QUOTATIONS! Janes Kiehardson If LMJ May Frer. Coea High Low Close Close Close iMay s July 273 (Dec. i ...211 "1 I..233 213 273 153 255 COSH 212% 305 2C4 MARKET TRENDS Counsel's Action "Highly Improper" OTTAWA. May Justice J. C. McRuer of the Ontario supreme court today reprimanded defence counsel in espionage cases before him for "highly improper" GRAIN PRICES j plus accrued interest to date of 1 delivery for 15-vear rsn-esllable Winnipeg: Grain bonds, a rate of and ae- tvTNNIPEG. Mav The crued interest- deferred monihs of rye futures This was the largest refunding lied from early losses in late trad-. deal in the city's history and the ing on the Winnioeg Grain Ex- lowest overall cost cf fisaaEClag f change today when moderate de- ever received. j m2nd entered the NEW YORK STOCKS in sympathy rah a Ja and ouosatloss: interview potential eight. jurymen ________________ WEUJNGTOX'BROS., The Decor- j ators." ESS. 1S07. For estimates! nhone 2472. Res. 611-lOth St. 1853 Baby Buggy BABY BUGGY wheels retired, re- paired and trued. Sevice while you BERT A- MAC'S 315-7th St. S. Phone 3232. 381 Bicycle Repairs BRING YOUR BICYCLE to the best eouioped shop in the south. Parts and'accessories for all makes American. English, carried in stock. BERT Jt MAC'S 315-7th St S. Phone 3232. FIRTH BROS. Spray Painting and Painting. Quick Estimates Given on Roofs, Stucco Houses, Farm Buildings. Phone 3731. 715-17th St. N. 75 Plumbing Gas Fitting FKED a speciality. St. S. Phons 2735. 1331 Cabinet Making Counter Store Fixtures and General "Woodworking. __ LETHBRIDGE TVOODWOKKUfG CO. eil-6th Ave. South. Phone 3558. STOHE AND OFFICE ITXTUHES" household and children's furniture and toys raade, reiinished or re- paired. Nic-Nac Shoo, 416A-3rd St. South. Phone 3558. _______102 Cemetery Memorials Importers of Scotch Granite Italian Marbles. tETHBRIDGE MOXU3IENTAL WORKS 3920. R. Needs, 325-8th St. S. 1632 Contractors Piano Tuning GERARD HOEKSTRA Phone 3355. 1505-4th Ave. N. 1962 Radio Reoairs Barrett's EXPERT RADIO APPLIANCE REPAIRS. ALL PARTS AND WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED. CLARKE BLK, PHCOJE 4554. 1626 KEPLER'S GUARANTEED REPAIRS TO ALL MAKES RADIOS. HEARING AIDS and APPLIANCES. 322A 7th St. S. Phone 4338. 1173 PHONE NEW LAWNS -'All necessarv material on hand; lullv modem equipment: also lawn mowers and dinners sharpened. A. Bachman, Lawn Contractor. Phone .2110 1226 Construction Plans and Supervision. G. H. Lambert. Phone 2077._______________322 Cleaning Service For Spring Cleaning, caU your Full- er Brush Man. Phone 4241. 213 Dentists DR. A. C. AHRENS DENTAL SURGEON. PUBITT DAIRY BUILDING PHONE 4482. 263 Electrical Contractors ALL TYPES of electrical work and repairs bv careful workmen. McKTen- 2ie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. 1427 PEAKE PINK Electrical contracting and refrigera- tor -work. Phone 3929. 5U-7th Ave. South. H3 REBER ELECTRIC. St. S. 'Electrical Contractors. Radios and Appliances repaired. Phone 4574. 1696 Electrical Appliances EUREKA Vacuum Cleaners, "Snow Bird" Refrigerators ssa. Washing "Machines; Farm Lighting Plants; Fluorescent Germicidal Lighting Apoiiances of all tyoes. ELECTRICAL APPLL1NCE SALES 6I9-7th Ave, S. Phone 4660. 150 Farm Lighting 110 volt and' 32 volt, engine driven or wind driven, with or without batteries. AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO. 205-lOth St. S. Phone 3848 or 3758. 1720 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 FLOORS SANDED AND FINISHED LORNE LONG. PHONE 2569. "We welcome out of town business. FLOOR SPECIALIST Floors Laid, Sanded and Finished. AH Work Guaranteed. PERCY HAMILTON- CM Floors and Stairs Made New. 20 Years Experience. 137-14th N. Phone 2532. 1174 MERRICK BROS. FLOORS EXPERTLY LAID, SANTIEn STVTSHED, The Modern Wav. Phone 3339. 303-7th Ave. A S. All work guaranteed. 1055 furniture Moving MCLEAN TRANSFER Storage, Crating. Packing, Shipping of Household Goods. Phone 2097. 640-6th St. S. 430 Furriers LUXtTRIOUS FUR COATS in the latest styles, saving priced. Expert restyJirsg, relinir.g, cleaning and in- sured storage. Also cloth coats and cresses for everv occasion. ICEW YORK FCR DRESS SHOP "Famous for Finer Furs." 604-3rd Avenue S. Phone 3276. 790 3 232 BERT MAC'S Where thev build up the performance of vour the Charges. 315-7th St. S. 3SO Strange Fellow Passengers -r Snakes and Accompany Premier King crate gains on local support Ugh; oSerings. ilay and ever, posted five-cent losses At the opening of court, he said it had been brought to his attention thai "certaiii of Ihe panel" called for jury duty had been -interview- ed." i He had immediately discussed this with defence and crown counsel and Export trade was to the i R. A. Hughes, counsel for E. W. Maz- sale of 300.000 bushels of wheat to v. I erall, had told him that together ivith other defence lawyers, he had j authorized "these parties to inter- view" the jurymen for the purpose By R. J- ANDERSON (Canadian Press Staff Writer.) NEW YORK. May The strangest fellow passengers of his extensive travels today accompanied Prime Minister Mackenzie King to the United Kingdom aboard the liner Queen Mary. As neighbors he had an as- sortment of snakes and turtles. There also was a Colombian siskin. A number of alligators also were to have made the voyage in the cabin next-door-but-one to the prime minister's sun- deck suite aboard the Queen Marv but the owners of the 000-ton liner refused passage to the saurian reptiles. They fear- ed the damage and panic" that might result should they break loose. The turtles. 14 varieties, and the just little ones only a foot or so said their possessor. Lt.-Gmdr. Peter .on their way to the London zoo to replenish stocks depleted during the blitz. With the siskin, a rare bird sim- iiar to a canary, they occupied caiiin S-22 with Cmdr. and Mrs. Scott. Mr. King's suite is'S-lS. The turtles, snakes and alli- Radiator Repairs RADIATORS LIMITED HARRISON-McCORD Radiator Service. Repairing, cleaning, re-cor- ing with original equipment cores. 114-Sth St. S. Phone 4121. 1583 BOY'S RADIATOR tors cleaned, repaired, recored. De- livery_paid on_ out-of-town work. KOV itemn, ;Bv-3ni ofc. o. Piioile 2685. 1522 Refrigeration REFRIGERATION Sales Service. "i. E. Jones. Phone 4555. 1906-7th Ave. S., Lethbridge. 194 Re-Treading Re-capoing and Re-treading Tires. NORTH LETHBRIBGE MOTORS AND ACTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODZEAR Dealer. Phone 4268. 1270 RETREADING, RECAPPING AND VULCANIZING "The Most Modern and Best Equip- ped Shop in the South." J. A. JARDIXE'S TIRE SUPPLT. -402-lst Avenue South. Phone 3580. 1657 Children Testify At Mother s Trial Roofing CHARLTON HILL 304-9th St. S Phone 2599. 1687 PvOOFING, Siding and Insulation. Reg. Jones and Rex Duce. Phone 4550 1393 Repairs 24 Hour Service on All Makes of Small GAS ENGINES LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES Maytag Sales and Service. 317-Sth Street South. Phone 4456. 399 Sewing Machines REPAIR all makes of machines. Work guaranteed. Singer Sewing Machine Co., 620 3rd Ave. S. Phone 2243. S21 WINNIPEG, May ?E children of Mrs. Margaret Knight 38, charged with the fatal stabbing of her husband last March-31, took the stand at her murder trial today to testify in her behalf. Twelve-year-old Raymond said he once had tackled his father who was carrying a knife and threaten- ing to inn Mrs. Knight. grabbed the knife and ran into the kitchen and hid it. Father threw a boot at me and it hit my arm. I started to crv." He identified a knife which the crown claims was the one with which Mrs. Knight stabbed her hus- band as the knife Knight was carrying. O. M. M. Kay, crown prosecutor askec: "Was your father intoxicated? The boy said he didn't know what he meant. Mr. Kay hesitated a moment and tried again. "Was he Raymond replied. Lillian Knight. 15, said Mrs Knight was a "perfect mother." au She said Knight was "always 37 j drunk and if he couldn't get liquor he seemed to be as bad as whan he had it." He had been out of work since the previous August bui he got monev from Mrs. Knighi and "if he could not get it from mother he would help himself to j it from her purse." Once, she testified. Knight had kicked his wife and as a result Mrs. Knight had a miscarriage. 28 NURSES RECEIVE DIPLOMAS AND PINS EDMONTON, May ty-eight nurses received their diplo- mas and pins at graduating exer- cises at the University hospital board and council the school of nursing held in the University's of Alberta's Convocation Hall last night. Among those graduating were: Lois G. Anderson, Lethbridge; fiilda M. Remington. Claresholm, and Beverley K. Smith. Vulcan. Sewing Service HEMSTITCHING. Prompt service. Singer Sewing Machine Co. 620 3rd Ave. S. Phone 2243._____________920 DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS DOROTHY GRAHAM. Phone 4494. 122 McFarland Bldp. 125 BUTTON-HOLES. Work guaranteed Mrs. R, Harris. 14 Devon Court. Phone 2332. 63 last, are to go via siovr freight, not on the luxury liner Queen donat- ed to the London 200 by New York City's Bronx zoo. Cmdr. Scott, recently out of the Royal Navy, has just completed a suc- cessful New York showing of his paintings and etchings for which he has won considerable note. Cmdr. Scott's turtles will be fed en route with raw "just- little bits; any old stuff handv." Cmdr. Scott, did not say what he will feed the snakes. Reorganization Plan, U.S. Army WASHINGTON. May The "war department has announced a reorganization, effective June 11, which trill eliminate the nine serv- ice commands and convert thsm to six armies. In addition, greater autonomy will be given the United States army air forces. The headquarters of the army service forces trill be discontinued and its functions transferred to other branches of the war depart- ment. General Jacob L. Devers, head of the army ground forces, will be placed in command of the six armies within the United States. Objective of the reorganization is to reduce expense and improve the army at the" lower ievels. the war department said. The changes will be made under authority of an ex- cutive order signed by President Truman. The reorganization trill occur at a time when the army is j down from a wartime strength of peak to Under the order the war depart- of obtaining "cert? in information.' HIGHLY IMPROPER Mr. Huphes had assured him "and I accept his assurance'' that these carties "were instructed in no way to seek to influence the jury or as- certain their views" regarding the espionage cases. said the chief justice. T want to say that in my view the course adopted by defence counsel was highly improper." This applied to all counsel who the United Kingdom. CASH PRICES C.W. 51'.-: 3 C.W. 5m; Ex. 3 C.w. 51 S: EX. 1 Feed 51 :a: 1 Feed 2 Feed 51H; 3 Feed 51H: Track 5m. C.W. 273n: 2 C.W. 273c: 3 C.W. 263n; Rej. 2 C.W. 233r.; 4 C.W. 248n: Track 263n. Screenings a ton. West. Elec.. 35'.. Total sales shares. DOW JONES AVERAGES Dew Jones averages .at close: 30 industrials. 206.69; oS .65. 20 railroads. 53.85; o2 .19. 15 utilities. 42.70; OS 35. WALL STKECT STOCKS: While number of special continued to give a eooat of themselves today, IBUT nuu-ket javoitals, refleetiac farther pessimism tbe iabw situation, resumed the drift M JoWer levels. The stock market was drab side today. shonrtaK diieed volume an slipping xtfts- in Quenwmt and Dwray an rising prices helped bcvak the monotony and M help the situation there was re- coveries in industrials in the final hour. Aggregate turnover iras about shares. MONTREAL STOCKS: Utili- ties were spotty after bcine firmer recently on ex- change and curb market IK transfers up to the final boar today. In other pivotal divi- sions, trends were irregular though papers scraped up to a higher place ia the indices. Metals and refineries arere weak. P.O.W. Committed CANADIAN STOCKS !Tn 3y James Richardson ar.c Scrs) i 1 V jJLlUltl i 1HU Chicago Grain Prices CHICAGO. May 14. (3y I Abhib! fair: trade developed in new and old contracts today, after an opening! splurge in all pits, which resulted in new wheat, corn, rye and barley Asbestos Pfd..... .J. authorized any communication with J contracts being bid up the permiss- any juror who had been summoned and might be selected" among the 12 who make up the petit jury. C.C.F. Member Hurt In Fire WINNIPEG. May Ernest DrafSn. C.C.F. member of the Man- itoba legislature for Assiniooia and chairman of the Brooklands volun- tary fire department, was one of the two firemen taken 'to hospital with bums today after a fire in suburban Brooklands. He was burned about the face and neck. William Krentz, also a vol- unteer fireman, suffered leg burns. Both received their injuries while fighting a blaze that destroyed a two-storey house and badly dam- aged another, making two families homeless. There was no immediate estimate of the loss. The fire was believed caused by explosion of an oil burner. DEATHS YESTERDAY ment's general staff will be reor- ganized to give to its divisions great- er authority and responsibility in the control and direction of mili- tary admiaistration and operation. Increased emphasis will be placed on research and development under the direction of the secretary of war. RCAF Firing Squad Executes Two Nazis LONDON. May Cable) sentence of death by shooting was carried out in Germany during the week-end on Robert Holzer and Walter Weigal. convicted by an R.C-AJF. court of killing an uniden- tified Canadian airman who bailed out near the Ruhr town of Opladen during the war. headquar- ters here announced today. The location of the shooting was rot given bat it was carried out by an R.C-A.F. firing squad, the an- nouncement said. Indian Mission Awaited Upholstery GRAHAM AND JEL.FS Chesterfield Upholstering and Repairing. Track Seats and Car Upholstering. Fumigating. All work guaranteed. 406-5th St. S. Phone 3470. 1125 Vulcanizing Shoe Repairs STEVE'S SHOE REPAIR SHOP 322-7th St. S. Phone 3955. 501 Expert Shoe Repairs Shop 714-3rd Ave. S. Satisfactory Work. Sob Barca. 951 Tailors Cleaners LEE DUCK. Tailoring and Hat work. 330-13th St. N. Phone 2770. 1336 General Repairs Tiling TRACTOR. Truck Car Tire Vul- canizing. Guaranteed. Line belt splicing New and Used Tires. NORTH LETHBRIDGE MOTORS AND AUTO WRECKERS Authorized GOODYEAR Dealer. __ _ Tire Repairs of" all Kinds. Belt Splicing. "A Complete Tire Service." J. A. TIRE SUPPLY 402-lst Avenue South. Phone 3580. 165S (By The Canadian Press) Caracas. Venezuela Meet Rev. Felipe Rincon Gonzalez, 80, arch- bishop of Caracas since 1915. New. Rudolph Kagey, 41, assistant nrofessor of philosophy at New York University who wrote best-selling detective fiction under the pen-name of Kurt Steel. HONG SONG NOTES ARE MADE GOOD able daily flve-cent limit. Trade in old contract was re- stricted to liquidation only, by or- der of the board of trade. All de- liveries exceot Mav rve were at ceil- ings. Ac the close wheat was at the ceiling, com at ceil- ing, rye at si.48sj ceiling, barley unchanged at ceiling. Oats were unchanged to 1W lower. CASH GRAIN" "Wheat, No. 2 red and hard 1S7 nominal, ceiling: com. No. 2 yellow 144 nominal, ceiling; oats. No. 2 grade, 86-92; barley, malting 134 to nominal. GRAIN CLOSE 133 Vj; Sept. 183 H: Dec. May (1947) Corn May 121'i: July Sept. 121 Jan. (1945) 83; July 83; Sept. 81Ts; Dec- July Sept. Dec. I26H: July 126S; Sept. 126S: Dec. LIVESTOCK Calgarir Livestock CALGARY. Mav market active at, steady prices. Monday's receipts: 404 cattle, six calves. 332 hogs. 93 sheep. This morning's receipts: 289 cattle. 274 hogs. 47 sheep. Kogs sold Monday at for Brazilian...... B-A. Oil....... B.C. Power "A" Prod...... C. and D. Sugar Can. Brewing Opea 17% 19% 32H 208 26 26S 32 25 60 Can. S.S............ 19si Can. Car............ 18 Ind. Alcohol......... 21H C.P.R............... Can. Vickers........ 34 Can. W. Lumber...... Cockshutt.......... 17ai Cons. Paper 21s- Cons. Smelters Dist. Corp.-Seagram 120 Dom. Bridge........ 4m Dem. Steel 17% Fanny Farmer 64 Ford 27li Fraser............. Gatineau........... 19Vi Gypsum.............. 16 Ham. Bridge......... Hiram Walker........ 137 Howard Smith...... 34'-4 Imperial Oil.......... Imp. Tobacco........ laH Int. Nickel.......... 43'.- Int. Pete............ 19 Laura Secord........ Loblaw "A" 32H Massev Harris....... IS Massey Harris Pfd. Close MEDICINE HAT. May I Sgr. Walter Wolf. 28-year-old iorm- 209 i Afrika Sorps infantryman and i a siisocer of war. -Bras corcmit- ted today to stand trial at the nexs 5 competes; caur; of criminal juris- 33' j diction here to complicity Ja the 23 j hanging of a fellow prisoner. Sari giu T-rfimann, in an internment camp here in September. 1S44. 20 His ccmrsittal by Magistrate W. 17Tj i E. Fills following conclusion, of ids 20% preliminary hearing, fcrougss to two 20ii 1 the prisoners new due stand trial j for the Ifhrnann murder. SSM. I Bruno PerzoEowski. 34-year-old 17u luftwaffs observer, was committed 2I-s 96 120 42 13 64'i 16 9 139 14TJ VANCOUVER. May that the British government has proclaimed recognition of 000 in notes extorted by the Japan- ese in Kong Kong during the war. was made here by Eldon Potter. K.C.. who was interned curing the Japanese occupation of the crown colony. The Japanese, he "said, obtained the monev bv forcing a bank man- ager to' "sign high denomination notes at bavonec point. By procla- mation, the British government has honored the the money Kong monev market. Mr. Potter added that the victim in the extortion. Sir Vandeleur Gra- the Hong Koag bank, was left by the Japanese to starve to death in prison. A's. Sows Good to choice butcher to Good to butcher hsifers S10.75 to Good fed calves to S11.75. Good cows to S9.50. Good bulls CO Good to choice veal calves Minn, and Cnr........ 27 Mitchell Robert 32'.i Montreal Power 34 Brew............ 49 Nat. Steel Car Ogilvie Flour 33H to Stocker and feeder steers to Canners and cutters S4.50 to S7. Winnipeg Livestock TSrrpEJG. May slaughter classes were cleaning up i at unchanged rates on the livestock I Page Eersey steers I Power Corp.......... choice I Powell River......... Puritv Flour......... 13 H St. Law. Corp. "A" Shawinigan...... Sick's Brew. 56 Steel of Can.......... 89 Weston's Ltd. 33 Wpg. Sec.......... TORONTO MINES (By James Richardson and Sons) Open Close I previously. Keating of the third prisoner charged in the case. Sgt--Maj. Mueller, 32-year-old lufswaSe user- chanie. opened foIUnririg the close of Wolfs hearirig. The other fac- ing murder charges is Sgt.-Maj. Henrich 3usch. 29-year-old lufs- waSe pilot, who is expected, to heard tomorrow. When questioned by Magistrate Ellis before his committal. Wolf, speaking in told the cours he had to say at the pres- ent time." 43 Opening the case against MaeHar, 19 Crown Counsel W. D. Gow called. two unidentified prisoner witnesses. one a member of the German air force taken, prisoner in England in. 30 1941 and the" other s. GertnaTi navy petty ctScer captured in the south. Atlantic. 31rj Both that Mueller Sad 23 :i j approached them as. the cay Leh- 49 i mana was murdered and ncaSed 28r4 them that an order had been Issu- 34 ed from "higher-ups" thas Leh- 33H niann was to be "put and _ that Caev were "ordered to be pres- 33'i 14 Beth testified the four accnsed were present in the classroom where 26 the hacgfcg took place 10. 55 1844. They said thai when they ar- rived Cpl. Lehmana had been ques- 33 tioned and was throws to the Scar and "ses upon." When, they left the rooni "a body was hanging from the walL" market today with a few stockers Auraaque 98 98 Hllfi in ftirrrt and feeders in firm demand. Aunor Cattle receipts 570; steers up to i Eagamac CsO Ibs. chi Ibs.. choice 312.25 to S12.50.1 Beattie 126 good to S12; steers over 1.050 j B. S. A. R............. 109 choice to food I Bid. Kirk 28 to S1225; heifers, choica j Bralorne S11.25 to S12, good S10 to fed Central Pat............ 245 calves, choice S12.25 to S12.50 good i Con. West Expl....... 125 to S12; cows, SJ.5S to Ohesterville _____ ___ 1S7 "duress" notes ffiaklEx o S12; cows, ?ood te Gheslervs ---.......1S7 v available to the Hong sl0-3: Sood 59.50 to S10.50: Cosh. 'Willans .........395 aiaiiaoie 10 nuuv, r fjno-. BRITISH CURRENCY RESTRICTIONS RELAXED Bv PRESTON GROVER SIMLA. India, May dian leaders waited today upon an- nouncement by the British cabinet mission of its own plan for an independent India, amid predic- tions the British proposals would ish currency .restrictions had ,im nn tn PA ooo! tx> S20.25. grade Bl 519.0 to S1S.S5, VICTORIA. May C. P. CresswelL chief commissioner, de- partment of immigration and col- stocker and feeder steers to Dome j Donalda..... Calves Rfi: sood and choice veal. I East Malartic to S15. i East Sullivan 26 110 .........215 375 525 525 126 105 30 14 143 125 186 395 Kocs So; grade Bl dressed Falconbridge 500 to S18.40. Frobishtr 455 Sheep nil. Trade not established, j God's Lake............ 75 Toronto Livestock TORONTO. Mav Giant Yellowknife Prices J Harricana 730 25 JJd-i CitiWii onization. Canadian Pacific Railway, to were steady on tne few cattle sr.les i Hardrocfc _86 on the livestock market early today, j Hasaga Good butcher cows 58 to S10. Veal i Bolknger calves were firm at to S16.50I Huason Bay for choice with plain lights down- Addison Kirk. Lake No price was established for bogs i said lest night he understood Brii- ,ce esiaoiisnea io ish currenc restrictions had been I dosca eight-day conference with Hindu and Moslem leaders. The cabinet mission still is re- quired to accomplish the task as- signed it by the British government help prepare machinery for framing an Indian constitution and to set up an interim government which would function while the constituuon is being formulated. STILL HAVE HOPES FOR INDIA'S FREEDOM SIMLA India, May Indian K_ Gandhi and Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru. Congress Party last night held out hopes that In- dia would stiH achieve her freedom oespite the apparent failure of the British cabintt mission now here to grant to transfer a sum up to j instalments of a year j for the next four years. j This would be subject to the ap- sales. re no sheep or lamb, reported by the ;ins Service were: 210. hogs 160. 5h Macassa McLfMd-Coc's. Madsen R. L. 185 15 47! 197' 780 247 142 390 255 395 112 215 360 530 455 72 740 24 S 85 185 .Malartic G. F. ........245 tl ttle and 125 93 Cresswel! j nead of It would be at least a year j CHICAGo! nd choic? Noranda 67 197 790 247 142 390 256 395 260 69 130 103 90 47 250 JAPS TO SAIL LAST OF MAY OTTAWA, ilay About 1300 Japanese who have expressed a wisli to be repa- triated to Japan will sail from Vancouver during the last ireek of May aboard .the .Marine sXncel and General Gordon, the labor department said today. There will be no armed guards aboard the vessels. The shins' caotaiias will be responsible for order under marine law. Move- ment of the Japanese to the coast now is underway. STATEMENT ON INDIA LONDCN. May Prime Minister Atiles tcld the house of coamorss today he thought ic likely he would be able to make a statement on India before the end of the week. LETHBRIDGE MARKETS normal immigration wai resumed J O'Erten he thought, adding that a great deal denends on the Dominion's im- migration policy, announcement of which is awaited. SIAMESE TWINS DIE PORTLAND. Ore., May The Siamese twin girls. Susan and week ago to S14.10: calves 600 ed by advancing com prices: top fed stears but. load choice prime 1.025-lb. hcilers tops at SIS; most steers S15.75 to S17.50. Sheep 3.2CO; good and choice lambs 517.35. 240 Paymaster Pickle Crow ____ Pioneer Powel! Rouvn TWO SUFFER BL'RNS BROCKS. A2ta.. May Mrs. Ida Landoa. 58. and her 22- year-oJd daughter. E-.-eIj-n. were Jr. hospita! _ today recovering from burns saslered when a fire, started Move to Nullify find a ror-suiutior.31 solution for Carol, born here a the country. Mr. and Mrc. sen. Souvn River. Wasa, cied m hospital Senate ActlOH Shcmu Gordon day. One twin succumbed at a.m. f and other 25 minutes later. JLOcin aiicr.danls reported the 25-year-old mother boih saddened j WASHINGTON. Mav Premier Gold Preston E'. D. Qucinont 16'-.. San ..........515 Sen. Rouvn............ 97 210 HAY PRICES {BaDed Hay) ................S15 to Timothv................S16 to S17 ows] -3V, (Ail prices to the trace or. beard ,Sr cars Lelabridge loi iji 148 152 77 77 360 580 580 113 113 215 215 241 -.r- ar.d relieved at the news. "She j The house of representatives today TILES Supplied Irod by experienced craftsman. PERCY HAMILTON. 137-14th St. North. Phone 2532. 459 Wheel Aligning Short Stop Service Station Brake j jurea Service, 4th Ave.-8th St. Phone 4167. 560 bv an explosion of high-test gaso- dreaded to have it. happen." an at- j pigeonholed a resolution by betae for cleaning, ter.dant "aUhnisgh she left j feienlatsve Harold Knuison 515 92 212 85 70 345 260 440 113 78 2SO 125 445 430 LETHBRIDGE CREAM PRICES CHURNING CRE.VH i Special .......................50c 1 ........................4Sc Lethbridce. This in- i eludes 10 cents per IB. I subsidy.) EGG PRICES A large .......................30c medium ....................2Sc A ............................24c 1C............................. ISc and SAWS sharp- ATTFNTinN er.ed Surveying and Farm Levels nilL.n 1 iwii repaired. Loctamith. Gunsmith. MECHANICS TIME SHEETS Union Repair Shop 1238-3rd Ave. S. carried in stock. Any quantity. 100? HERALD JOB DEPT. Phone 3203. 485 Welding ZOAN Motors, Electric equipped shop, expert work- man, for the repair of fractional and three phase motors. McKenzie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. 2J4 Vacuum Cleaner Service GUARANTEED Vacuum Cleaner Service. All makes. McKenzie Electric Ltd. Phone 3637. 252 Phone 38S9 for Portable Welding. Prompt Service, Guaranteed Work. Richard's Welding, 323 4th St. S. 1251 We change the steel rims of tract- or to rims suitable lor rubber tires. WELDED PRODUCTS 210 1st Avenne. Phone 2544 1590 SUITE I. Oirver Block h St. S. Phone 3031 LONDON1, May 1 translator's error was responsible for circuia- tion Sunday of a Tehran cis- saying that Azerbaijan had declared war on the centra! Iran government. A dispatch from Reuters correspondent at Tehran said: "Radio Tabriz, broad- casting in the Turk! langu- said that war was 'threatened' which was translated as 'declared'. judiciary ac'io which, in effect, killed it. Mr. Knutsor. contended ih? Joan bill was a rctenuc measure I that the senate infringed on the constitutional prerogatives the hotjse in acting on it Today's action weans the house banking committee now ran go on with its hearings on the loan, in- cluding the legislation passed by the senate. TORONTO AVERAGES AT CLOSE Industrials. 201.77. down .98. Golds. 124.06. down 1.07. Base Metals. 100.14, down .44. Western Oils, 28.03. down .15. ILE DE FRANCE DOCKS TENDER APPROVED CALGARY. May The tender of Tanner Co. Ltd. syndi- cate to purchase the issue of City of Calgary debentures was approved by the city council j Monday night. i The tendered price was j HALIFAX. May Three units of the Canadian occupation force in Ger- many returned to Canada. Mon- day when the liner He De France docked here. Included among the ship's 500 passengers were members of New Brunswick's North Shore Regiment, Quebec's Regiment DC La Chandicre and the Cana- dian Scottish of Yajiconver. Vegetable Growers The acreage allotments for some vegetables have already been tilled, -VII members should con- tact ns immediately if they wish, contracts for this year. Southern Alta. Co-op. Vegetable Growers Limited Stafford Block. Lethbridge fSPAPEJRI ;