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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, APRIL 19,. 1918 STUIKE IN VICTORIA POLICE FORCE fUE lp:thbridge daily herald page nine ViotorU, B. 0.. AprU IV.-Canald�r-abl* dliMtltfkcthm ulaU ateo&K tltd pollc� ber� bacAUM of tba arooiotloq of a Junior oousUble to Ut� rask of sercaant oT6r the headii of many of )iiB lenlon fn thd aervic*. Two con-stablea quit their duttei today beoauao of the promotion. Half a doxen others �frnffled their Intention of reslKnltig lit th�i end of'the month and it \a lik�-ly mpr� than half of the force of twan- ty-tlve nien*wlll walk out at that time. Mayor Todd when Informed of the oontemplated^action eald the city would almpljr hftTO to engage new men and thero were plenty of oandld-ates. " mi For Instance I,aat month^you walked into a confectioner^t store jrwv l^nce wandered to Maple Buds, you liked the look of them, ywi bought them - and now you buy them regularly and oftun, . - . / Thtreuonis, you Mver tasted such a perfect chocolate ktfsr* OF one that was to genuinely good and delicious. CJpWANlS A dAinlt) Solid Ckocolaie 4-�� !4ajn� Beg^Dcilcn Pa*.. Money Savina Snajs To-nioprow, Sat., Morning For Two Hours Only AT THE DOAUNION BLOCK Temporary Store of the Red Cross Company THE FOLLOWING MARVELLOUS SNAPS WILL BE OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC IN ORDER TO CLEAN UP FOR THE HAT OVtS; 4 In a bundle, assorted colors. Regular 30c oe_ aftoh. Pour for..........._................................ iDC PHOTOORAPHIC PL^TTO. Stanley, 4x{i. Regular 65c. 1 4n*ts far .........f............................ ADC > other slias proportionately cheap. COUOH SYRUPS, All standard makes. Regular 30c each. Of Twafar......................................... ........ y the end of the week, as- old members of the force are'busy throughout the district, and tew of these have as yet reported results. The following are the applicants up till 10 o'clock this morning: A. R. DeManbey of the Bank of Montreal staff; W. B. Shelly, an insurance broker; J. A. Sugar, a former Dragoon; E. H. Haynes; M. J. Davis, X>iv Ion Bank staff; H. G. Adams; P. A. Irwin, of the Bank of Montreal staff, and son of W. H. Irwin. -District Court Clerk who was one of the pioneer members of the R.IiW.M.P. be-iug an inspector when he resigned; A. Lloyd; W. Wightman, ex-R.N.WJtf.B.; T, Ollcers; R. T. Dickenson, a former oowpuncher and customs collector at Coutts; P. Watorhouse. farrier; L. Taylor,-son of the late John Taylor of the Taylor Milling Co.; Mr. Howard; Mr. McDowell; Mr. Hall; Jas. Mc-Nntty; Tony Costango; Clarende Geiger; J. W. Rhodes of the Express office force; F. R. H. Webb; Chas.. Merrick, a commercial traveller; Raymond Griffis and Lyle Fairhurst. It is understood the men are to be mobilized at Regina, where they will, be given their riding training course. 20 percent Discount As prices' are advancing frequently, we have bought an ex to vVoHteni (;anada. "It means ;i full season's run for thu domeslic mines of Alberta" said one operator. "W'c need worry no more about (ir.lcrs. Wh�...�lesonrie spread for a slice of Bread - and children "love" it. 2, 5, 10, 20 lb. tina altio ?i Ih. "Perieut Seal" G>�� Jan. Write for free Cook Book. THE CANADA STARCH CO. LIMITED. MONTHEAL. .-32 1 i means we.vr wealth pouring into the,' A .serious ncciifent happened to city for the coal mined at tho rate of; Wilson Itedman while driving from $81)00 a day or over. And it also I I'aria to firantford. He was teaming moans a uMv record for ;i steady :i very lar^e rack on his wagon, and yesr's run. somethinp; this coal field th(! high wind caught tho huge ract iias never belorc known. and threw it, over onto Redman. EXmORDINARY SALE Our Entire Stock of New "Queen Quality" S UIT S Will be sold at special reductions tomorrow and for a few days \^e are offering the entire lot at A practical tailor wUl make any alterations. There is a good assortment of tliese exclusive suits. Every one is new-^there is not an old suit in the lot F. THAELL 608 Third Avenue S. # at BAWDEN BROS. Nine Piece William andlMary Dining Suite Only $190.00 A period design suite that Is ivorthy of consideration, consisting of a large buffet fitted .with cutlery and linen drawers and cupboard; two door china cabinet, live leg extension tablo .and six leather Heated chairs. ^ |\f\ a a Regular $21!B.0t>. Special..................... llfU.UU Inlaid Fupied Oak Suite, Only $115.00 If you live in a smHll cottage or Apartment you could not find n more'suitable suite than this inlaid fumed. It is neat, artistic and serviceable. 'Built of solid quartered oak in that rich nut hrowu finish which hae ' made the fumed 80 popular. Table, Buffet, and Chairs, only..................................J.. \ 115.00 :Odd Tables, Buffets and Chairs If you want an odd piece to complete your present outfit, you will find It at our show rooms. Odd Extension Tabits from |13X)0 to ^40.00 in goldtn or fumed finlah, ' Odd Buffets at S30.00, $33.00, $37.75 and $40XM). Chairs. In sstaef six (1 arm and e small) from $24.00 up, or wa can supply you with solid oak leather aeated chairs atS4.B0faeh. Solid Mahogany Suite in the Colonial Design This suite is without a doubt the most handsome dining room outfit that you could find for what we are offering it for. Ten pieces only .VlOO.OO, and it Is gimranteed solid mahogany. Buffet: bevelled plate glass mirror hack, large cupboard, plush lined silver drawers.,large linen drawers, etc. Table: eight foot extension, 52 inch top. China Cabinet has cm-ved ends and plate glaaa mirror back. Dinner Wagon rind six Leather seated, chairs. AAA A A Only i............................... 400.00 Our Carpet and Floor Covering, Department ^ have for your inspection the largest selection of rugs In Southern Alberta. Note these prices on:..... Stair Carpet: \ Wilton......V.........................at $4.60 Axminster...........,;...............at $3.25 Brussels......<.........................at $2.^ Tapestry.................^........... at $1.45 Jute, according to width from 60c to $1.00. SOUTHERN ALBERTA'S ' GREATEST HOME FURNISHERS ^^^^^^ 17148110 ;