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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - April 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TMI PIANOS or QUALiTV t�taw�y. Konih�lin�r. N�w flcalr WMlistut. HbIom Broa. We inrllp yon Xn our Show Houm to Inspect Ihrm. AMIMISOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. PlWf �n eth St. �, Lcthbrlds*. Alta, -r lethbridGe ;;daily herald HOTEL WINDSOR �UROPEAN PLAH wnOM tM A.M. to SUM P.M. We start the week with a complete line of Fresh Meats direct from the Farm_ Delahys Meat Co. riFTH ST. 9. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 Garden Seeds In Bulk^ Sett Onions, MultipKers have a good auortment of the abiovc lines at prices at low as vou can buy direct from the seed houses. We also take ord^r& for field seeds of all kinds at exactly the same price you would pay by getting them direct yourself/besides we save you the trouble of sending in the orders. Anything in seeds you want. Send us \our orders and We will do the rest. HIGHCLASS GROCERS the good co. PHONE 828 EASTMAN KODAKS Yo\i will lit^ surprKcii at the pleasurt' to bo tleriv^a from a OOOD CAMERA. U"e Iiavc h well pqulppt'il as low as quality permitR ami .�ati3faoilon is guaruiitoetl at all timet. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. *��'�'^^- Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE t4�7 t NEW PRENCH ARMY    Pari*. April 16.-The rontlDKent of the French .iniiv youim of 19 years, l� just getting to the barracks lo lupin tralolBK. Although lalleil out a year before the u�ual time, these men are in l)etter oon.li-tior phy:iically than their predticessors. any I MARKETS OPERATED ON Quebec. April Senator Landry, former speaker of the .senate, wa.s ] operated upoa yesterday at the Hotel � fM�u Ho�plfal here. He is doing w.-n. 1 MARLOW'S EAT... ARKET PHONE 796 1110 SIXTH AVE. S. Winnip�a Market Oats- Open. .May ............ July................M'\ Barley- May.................. Flal- May ....... ,...... r.SS^, July.............. Caah Prices Oais- No. 2 r.W .. 91*1, kt.tra No 1 feed . No 1 feed . S5H Barley-No. 3 ......lift Rejected ......... F>ed ........... Flax-No 1 NW.C. .. No. 2 C.\V,..878H Close. 88 161 No :! C.W.. No. 2 feed. No. 4 No. W. . Sl-\ .. IS.-. . .130 NEW ZEALAND LOAN W'elUngton. April 16-(ria Reuter'i Ottawa Agency).-The New Zealand :40T*nimem is ratsing another twenty milUou war loar. Person.^ abK to subscribe will be fined doubU- the amouiit .hrotifh their tacome tax and compelled to stibscribe to the loan and re-G�iT� cMlly three percent, interest. BETTER GARDENS Hare rou planned your WAR GARDEN. Do It ia that extra hour tonight. See us for the seeds. We carry the bett liac of pn!nlon as lo whether they wer;? absolutely definite proposals or tentative saggeMtions pu' 'orward with the Object of securing the opinion of the government'^ supportem. Statements which have been made in certain quarters to the eUed that there will b�.tt complete wiping out of all efeinptlons granted in l'ategorie� A and B are not gener-all> credited at the capital, the opinion l�eing expressed that an abaolntely rigid rule would result in vending men to the front who are requireiL in Canada. It it possible that alV the m^a belonging to these categories may be called up and their exetaptions suli-Jected to an expeditious review. Not Claaa Tw. It is understood that a oonsiderable variety of opinion was efprcssQd at both caucusus. .\t the government gathering a number of menbers were inclined to the view that class Z should not be called out before tberc^Jiad been a complete combing out of..'clai thought to h. weak-minded and will he kept under particular watch by medical aathorltles. Olaring Headlights Banned loapector Piptr of the A.P.I', told the Herald this roorninK that the glar ing automobile hendlighl must ro. Prosecutions for infractions of the new regttiations will be started Immediately "as It is considered the public has been^glven sufficient warning. Exemption Appeals Bllon r�iscd from ctit-cgory E to A2. Red Cross Supplies The price of material usi'il In the purchase of Red Cross supplies has Increased so considerably that the money i'roniised in the recent cam paign will be insufficient to carry on th(? work for the year and the generous support of the puhlif is usked to enable the shipmentto he kept up. "You'd never guess they cost so iittle, they're so artistic!" That's -what jwur friend* will ay I "You'd never gueaa how much work they aevel" That's what uou vrill aay after you have had them on your Boors for a while I A damp mop will restore a Congolaum ftug to itsoriginal beatity aad freshness in an inalMtt. Congoleutn Rugs alwayslook neat and clean. They lie flat and stnooth without fasten-ing-don't kick up at ihe edges. They are sanitary. Tht new Art-Rug pattetns sra beautiiul. We have ihem in lh� popular (ixes, suiiabls foi every room in tlie house where a low. priced rug can be itaod. You muM see them-coma ia and let us show tiiem. CONSUMER'S HARDWARE CO. 11 Father. Son and Co. opened anotli er l)ranch at the I'nitfM Chunl; ball last night an a result of tho promotion work of J. n. Wllkle, superiniciident of the trays department of the i^unduy school, who entertained their dads bv various stunts and to a delightful peanut and cftftce feed. A sparrius rx ! hihitlon by.a couple ot the nilt artists among the older boys wis enjoyed liy thfir futhera. who Ioo�0.00; H J. Gould. �2.0i); Mr. Foreman, 111 on; Proceeds of Concert, $20.00. * ? � HUGE LOSS IN 4> FIRE IN 2EPP WORKS : (jpiieva. April 16.-Enormouu  loss x.as caused by A fire which : broke out Saturday In the ZeI^ > pclin works at Manzti, near een ? transiormod^ for the nianufac- type, according tu relijible re- airplanes also were destroyed, then at the plaut. ? SENT.TO JAIL FOR \HOLOINC A BALL Amsterdam. April IS.-An American artist named Schanrfer, hl.s wife and two Germans have been sentenced at .Munich to Imprisonment for six weeks for holding a costume ball soon alter the beginning of the German often slve, a dtapatcli from I'rankfort re-imrts. The ball was attended largely by ' ottlcers and members of the aristoc- HUN PRISONERS TAKEN TO THE V. R. Wf are SdKiif Af eirtt itr die " e Universal Tractor  111 mti Of Mirer  TmOm TMkjr. I^Mrior Si|gy Ca farm labor We cm snpplr imrmm with A number of wmt'-tm tut Ihs ground waiting far utaHi. ~ WIRC OR PMHS The ReMlejr Ettpl^Mt Ageaff'^.:'; . 110 Pi�h St. a, ' 'r^limiiv.m SWISS NEMIY TOBEPUTTOA SEVEREIEST Waahington, April 1�.>-An Austrian offensive against lUly Is imminent and will bs started on a large scale In the opinion ef Italian obssrvsra as exprssssd In sf-ficlsl mssssgss te4ay to the Italian smbaasy hare. The rsseiit Visit f Empsror Charles to tits Austrian front and inspired srtlsiss in the Austrian and Qfrman prass. th� usual fortrunasrs of an of-fsnsivs are taken as Indlsatlsna. ' *'Ths Votsisehs Zsitung of Bsr-iin In an articis full of mystsrisus allusions says this spring will put Swltgsrland's nsutrsMly undsr ths ssvsrsst tsst, as ths Austrs-Osr-man troops will prshalt'y snslrsis, In thrt course of thstr sperstlens, the llttis rapublie. MSMMBI mm NowDoiiig Business in OUR View itorc in THf LEi�heiiooB HOTiH. eLoeK. 80S pipth STRIIT south Badly Hurt On Monday morning when G. Holland. Marion Hamsen, Monry Atkins and t>. StfMldard .were on tlioir way from Cardston to Letlibrldge, they lost con'Jiol of the car near Pot Hole coulee. Tite car turned over twice and all Uie occupant^' wore thrown out and  rendered unconscious. HloddArd is still unconscious in the Van Haarllni hospital here under the rare ot Dr. ^ynd. ANNOUNCEMENT The 8alvatlon Army will give ;� concert in Rex hall at K o'clock Friday. April IDth. Band in attendance, lo.'i :i An Atlantic Port, April IC. -The first German prisoners of war to nr-�.ive lu tho United Htates. formerly members of the crew of the subniar-me r.SH. whlcli was sunk by an Am- rlcan destroyer, arrived here foilay i on tl^< same vessel on which Si-c- -tary of War Baker made his return triti from Kurope. I The number of prisoners was not Riven officially, but it l.s bellcv t ther.T were abbut 20 lii the party. They will bf' interned. Through the kindness of Principal Davidson, the boys of the Ontrat School have mBde~iin offer to assist Soldier's wlve.<; and mothers with their garden .work. Will any Soldiers dependents desiring their garden work done, kindly advise Miss Donald at the Canadian Patriotic Fund Office, phone 701, on Wednesday or^Tb^ursday. and their address will bo handed to Mr. Davidson. ]0f2 Buy Meat from your Home Our phone service will S've you completiS satis-ction. R. COULTRY The Alberts Meat Market PHONE 492 FARM LANDS After Five Days the Price Goes Up! 1 i 480 easy. ACRES between Wilson Siding and Stirling .Cently rolling. For fiva days only at $17.00 acre. Cash #2400.00. Balance kOJ\ ACRES, Macleod district. Fine crop district, soil black learn. Lots moisture. 300 acres steam plow. Pins water. Sshool on prepsrty. Per five di;ys $13.00 aers. $1200.00 eaah. Balance easy. 109 Iminroved Farms Stock Ri^es & LeoMs Raw Lull Crep Payment ]. fueRis & CO. CBTABUBHID 10 VIARB NEAR HUOBON'B BAY STORE FAMILY PORTRAITURE MSke It an annua) dttty to tenrselTes to have your obtld-rsto's photo taken. You will be ersattog abiding pleaiursa tor your later years. ^ SMilh'i StiuBa m Thirtf Ave. t. Phsi)s 1471 Office Equipment Offiss sad Typswrlte'r Dssks, Chairs, Filing Csblnsts, Agents fsP WesdstsSk T)i|)swr|tsrs,H�lck's Mimeograph, P. * E. Chscfc Writer, tandsrtf Inydeps Bsalsr snd Bta^np AffiKsr. BurreuaiW Adding Machlns. ^ aialk llsmst:r�, Bsals and Sleek Csrttflestsi. ' PULL LINB OP OPPICB BTATIONEflY. EVERALL & FRANKS SliuiiMt aisaid oar. 4th Avs. and SMi Bt Plwnp llCir ;