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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta \ THE PIANOS OF QUAt-iTY 8t#tnway, Kordhelmer, New Scale Williams, Haines Bros. We Invite .you to our Show Rooin to inspect them. ASSIWIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. Phone 1545, 31S 6th St. S, Lethbridge. Alt* HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM fl.OO A.M. TO fl.00 P.M. �HfeSH We start the week with a complete line of Fresh Meats direct from the Farrti Delahy's Meat Co. fIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 432 EASTMAN KODAKS You will be surprised at the pleasure to be derived from a GOOD CAMERA. We have a well equipped camera department ami can take care of all your needs In this respect. Prices are as low as quality permits and satisfaction is guaranteed at all times. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Store Garden Seeds In Bulk, Sett Onions, Multipliers We have a good assortment of the above lines at prices as low as you can buy direct from the seed houses. We also take orderc 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 your orders and we will do the rest. HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 525 NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 ? ? ? ? > * .> *i?t!ie opposition is "undoubtedly aware - hi -a general j way of the gorerrimenVa .proposals as they were submitted to the Unidnist caucus. Review Exemptions There is a difference ,bl opinion as to whether they were absolutely definite proposals or tentative, suggestions put forward with the object, of securing the opinion of the government's supporters. Statements which have been made in certain quarter* to the effect that there will be-a complete wiping out of all exemptions granted in Categories A and B' are not generally credited at the capital, the opinion being expressed that an absolutely rigid rule would result in sending men to the front who are requirei in Canada. It is possible that all-the men belonging to these categories may be called up and their exemptions subjected to an expeditious review. Not Class Two It is understood that a considerable variety of opinion was expressed at both ' caucusus. At the government gathering a number of members were inclined to the view that class 2 should not be called out before there had been a complete combing out of-: class, one and until the large number of exemptions still before-1 the appeal tribunals in Quebec .province have been disposed of. It is stated that the proposed amendments include a division of the first into a number of classes which would be called out in their turn, the,, first call being for men "who have been granted exemption' with only absolutely necessary exceptions, between. the ages of 20 and 24 ye4rs.,:Theregistra-tion of youths of 19 years of age "nd | over wag also proposed jh view of the possible necessity of their, being called out. In this connection-it will be recalled that the Military Service bill as originally drafted included all youths over 18 years. Formaldehyde From 1917 Stock In the face of the .warning from the government you will not want to use this "year's Formaldehyde until it has been tested. We have a part barrel of this , from last year and this has proven to be alright. BLUE STONE This is recommended by the ! government for use. WE HAVE IT THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING CITY AND DISTRICT '' Sundial School T. Stubbs is engaged at present on the construction of the new school at Sundial which is to be a four-roomed one, 40 by 69,. and to cost ?11,500. Retailers To. Meet A meeting of the Retail Merchants Association' will be hold in the board of trade building tomorrow night at 8 o'clock. Important business. Full attendance requested. 8. O. E. Benefit Fund There will be a meeting tonight, Tuesday, of the S. O. K. benefit fund committee at the home of Mrs. C. Wakeiin. 644 fith St. S., at S.15 to discuss important business. ' Thirty Days Zedow. Lingal was picked up by the police yesterday on a charge of vagrancy and sentenced this morning to SO days hard labor. Lingal ft thought to .he weak-minded and will be kept under particular watch by medical authorities. Our Leader and Gutter Work Is insurance against leaking roofs. A roof properly drained by correctly placed gutters and leaders will last twice as long as one not so well protected. Better have ub take a look at your gutters and leaders. We are experts in that line ami many a house owner will tell you that our work has saved him a lot of money, to say nothing of inconvenience. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK ^ LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA Bluestone Formaldehyde For the timid ones who have gotten cold feet from the unfounded reporjB on Formalde-'hyde, we have a limited amount of BLUE-STONE Wc stiJi have \aith in FORMALDEHYDE and continue to hook orders irrespective of rumors. The government finding will be announced today or tomorrow, JL D, Higifibetkan t Co 1 " Limited � 1 The J^qQJ� Jfewv Alberta's Plants* Druggists" Wholesale and Retail Chemists. TELEPHONE No. 322 Glaring Headlights Banned Inspector Piper of the A.P.P. told the:Herald this morning that the glaring: automobile headlight must. go. Prosecutions for infractions of the new regulations will be started immediately "as it is considered the public has been^glven sufficient warning. Exemption Appeals ' 'The following exemption appeals of interest to Lethbridge district were disposed of in Calgary. Mervin Kehr. Vulcain, allowed till June .1. to see what progress in farming he has niade. Robert Dalton raised frdin.category E to A2. Red Cross Supplies The price of material used in the purchase, of Red Cross supplies has increased so considerably that the money yromised in the recent campaign will be insufficient to carry on the work for the year and the generous support of the public is asked to enable-the shipments to be kept up. - For Red Cross The lion, treas. Red Cross Society has received from Mrs. B. S. Pnwsnn, of Coaldalc, cheque for ?94.50, beinc; amount collected by her for Red Cross funds from the following, all of Coal-dale: T. Bennett, $5.00; Margaret Stevenson, $2.50; Jessie Ross, ?2.00;' Mrs. Pelletier, $2.00; Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Dunham, $50.00; R. J. Gould. S2.00; Mr. Foreman, $11.00; Proceeds of Concert, $20.00. if You'd never guess they cost so little, they 're so artistic ! *9 That's what jwur friends will sayl "You'd never guesa how much work they savel" That's what you will say after you have had them on your floors for a while! A damp mop will restore a Congpleum Rug to itsoriginal beauty and freshness in an instant Congoleum Rugaalwaystook neat and clean. They lie flat and smooth without fastening-don't kick up at ihe edges. They are sanitary. The new Art-Rug patterns are beautiful. We have them in the popular sizes, suitable fol every toom in the house whete a low-priced rug can be used. You must see them-come in and let us show them. CONSUMER'S HARDWARE CO. u 11 ture of airplanes of the Gotha ? type, according to reliable re- > ports from Rorschach, on Lake . vairplanes also were destroyed, > comprising the whole fleet > then at the plant. > > * : v * * S HOLDING A BALL Amsterdam. April IS.-An American artist named Schaefter, his wife and two Germans have been sentenced at Munich to imprisonment for six weeks for holding a costume ball soon after the beginning of � ihe German offensive, a dispatch from Frankfort reports. The ball was attended largely by officers and members of the aristocracy. MOVIES AT FRONT / New York, April .16.-George D. Foster, president of the Y. Jf. C. A. community motion picture bureau, it was announced here today, is In France opening a chain of picture theatr**; on, the western front from Ypres to Lorraine. We are Selling Agents for the Moline Universal Tractor ud can deliver a Tractor Today. Superior Supply Co. LABOR We can supply farmer* with experienced help. A number of m�n are on the ground waiting for. work. WIRC OR PHONE The Beasley EtMpIoyinent Agency 110 Fifth St. 8.  >J>hons) .645 SWISS NEUTRALITY TO BE PUT TO A SEVERE TEST Washington, April 16/-An Austrian offensive against Italy is imminent and will bis started on a large scale in the opinion of Italian observers as -expressed in official messages today to the Italian embassy here. The recent Visit of Emperor Charles to the Austrian front and inspired articles in the Austrian and German press, the usual forerunner* of an offensive are taken a* indications. ' "The Vossiiche Zeitung of Berlin In an article full of mysterious allusions says this spring will put Switzerland's neutraWty under the 'severest test, as the Austro-Ger-man troops will probably encircle, in tbn course of their operations, the little republic. Badly Hurt On Monday morning when G. Holland, JIarion Hamsen, Henry Atkins and D. Stoddard .were on their way from Cardston to Lethbridge, they lost contjol of the car near Pot Hole coulee. The car turned over twice and all tfce occupants were thrown out and  rendered unconscious. Stoddard is still unconscious in the Van Haariim hospital here under the care of Dr. ^Lynd. ANNOUNCEMENT The Salvation Army will give a concert in Rex hall at S o'clock Friday, April 19th. Band in attendance. 105-3 u. s. An Atlantic Port, April 16.-The first German prisoners of war to arrive in the United States, formerly members of the crew of the submarine" U-58, which was sunk by an American destroyer, arrived here today on thfc same vessel on which Secretary of War Baker made his return trip from Europe. The number of prisoners was not given officially, but jt is bellcvsy.l there were about 20 in the party. They will be interned. Through the kindness of Principal Davidson, the boys of the Central School have made~an offer to assist Soldier's wives and mothers with their garden .work. Will any Soldier's dependents desiring their garden work done, kindly advise Miss Donald at the Cancdian Patriotic Fund Office, phone 701, on Wednesday or ^Thursday, and" their address will bo handed to Jlr. Davidson. _106-2 Designed for Yon" H^r Cat*/ WESTBROOJC BUOS i Opposite Bank pf.Mcntlyftl " THE 8ANITARV* hop Now Doing Business in our View store in the lethbridge hotel f lock, 208 fifth street south Robertson's , Book Store Buy Meat from your Home Our phone service will give you complete satisfaction. R. C0ULTRY The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 492 FARM LANDS i - After Five Days the Price Goes Up! 4OA ACRES between Wilson Siding and Stirling .Gently rolling. 40v For five days only at $17.00 acre. Cash $2400,00. Balance easy. 480 ACRES, Maclcod district. Fine crop district, soil black loam. Lots moisture. 300 acrss steam plow. Fine water. School on property. For five df.ys $13.00 acre. $1200.00 cash. Balance easy. -100 Improved Farms Stock Ranches & Leases Raw Land, Crop Payment J. HARRIS & CO. ESTABLISHED 10 YEARS NEAR HUDSON'S BAY STORE FAMILY PORTRAITURE Make It an annual duty to j-ourselves to have your children's photo taken. You will be creating abiding pleasures for your later years. * Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 Office Equipment Office and Typewriter Desks, Chairs, Filing Cabinets, Agents foi* Woodstock Typewriters, Olck'i Mimeograph, F. A E. Check Writer, Standard Envelope Sealer and Stamp Afflxer, Burroughs' Adding Machine. , - , Stock Renjs*:rs, Seals and Stock Certificates. - A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONEpY. EVERALL & FRANKS Slnnott Blook, cor. 4th Ave. and 6th St. Phone 1107 17851951 ;