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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 : I THE PIANOS OF QUALiTY Steinway. Nordhcimer, Now Seal.; Wiiliauis, HalMS Bros. \Vc iiiyiti' yon (o our Show itooin to inspect ihem. AS8IWIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. Phone 15*5, 315 Gth St. S., Letlibridge, A!ta. LET IDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR eOROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. Government per !b, Ddam/s Meat Co. FIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 Sunday Drug Hours Our store wiU be open next Sunday. ixtra Special To-nloht only after G p.m. SWEET JUICY ORANGES. 2 dcion fcr ............. FRESH CELEnY. Per pcimd .............. 55c 10c GOOD SOUND APPLES. 6 lbs. for ............... CALIFORNIA RHUBARB. Per pound ............. 25c 10c HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 525 Afternoon Evening . . 2 to 4 o'clock 7 to 9 o'clock THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. ^ Store NEXT DALLAS HOTE PHONE 1487 IP lb. SPANIARDS mm BY PUS. AIMS Paris, AprO, :.'0.-Soiior AIoiijo. J'ormer secretarv of the Spanish chamber ol. commerce in Pari? bus addrossed au appeal to Spanish rest-dents of France to sicu "a petition to King Alfonso, requesting him to endeavor to ston tha bombardment of Paris by Gerfcan aircraft and long  ango guns. The aj)peal says the lives { of ihoiisand.s of Spaniards hers are i menaced, while Spain extends her j hospitality to I'JO.OOO subjects or the ' Central Powers. IS ILL London. April 20.-The Gerniah foreign secretary. Dr. Von Kuehlmann. coiieerninf whose probable retirement there have 'been several reports recently i.5 indisposed, according- to Berlin advices forv>-arded in a Reuter dispatch from Amstonlam. Thank Them NATIONAL LEAGUE ........000 dOO 000-0 1 .. n:\ 000 oix^.' 10 0 Reilly: Anderson and ____000 000 no;-: . ..020'5Ctroox-? i; ilayer 1 I and j Boston .... New Yor'K . . Hearne and Kariden. Brooklvn .. Philadelphia Marquard and Kruger; Burns. Cincinnati-Chicago, postponed-, rain. St. Louis-Pittsburg, postponed: rain. AMERICAN LEAGUE New York .. . .100 101 00C>-11 0 Boston .. .. ' . .300 lOOOOx-4 7 " Love and Hannah; Mays and Ag-new. Chicago-Detroit, postponed: rain. ".Vai�hiDgton-PhIlade!phia. postponed; rain. The members of the Lothbridga hrancla ot the Keniisa Association wish to most heartily thunk ."U the numerous friends who so willingly assisted in such u geno.-ous manner in bringing about the splendid result ol)-taine:! in lonr.ection with the benefit dance recently held for on^' ot its members, cpecialiy the ladies for tlie able manner in which they contributed towartis the general success. AnistcrdsrJ. April 20.-Speaking during the naval estimate debate in the reichstaj] main committee, Coiint Von Wcstarp, the Conao-vative loader, says 3 Berlin desp.�tch, declared that with the exception of the Independent Socialists the com.Tiittee was unanimous that the unrestricted submarine warfare must be continued by all means and in the sharpest manner. They were agreed likewise, said the speaker, that the building of U-boats must be continued with the utmost possible limit, regardless of the duration of tiie war. This programme must be followed out because It was regarded as a means of attaining peace ^nd making England submissive. Formaldeliyde 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 hjsf year and this has proven to be alright. BLUE STONE This Is recomineitdod by the governruent for use. WE HAVE. IT THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO. SHERLOCK BUILDING CITY AND DISTRICT At Salvation Army . Brigadier Hay and Sergt. Mifndy of Edmonton will be in charge of the services at the Salvation Array tonight and tomorrow. Box Sale the box office of the Majestic Theatre will be'open all day Monday I for the sale of seats for the great play. "The .Marriage Question." whicli playa at the IMajestic on Monday and Tuesday. Half Holiday Stores in Letlibridge will close on Wednesday afternoons at 1 o'clock I beginning May Isti tintil further notice and will remain open until 9.30 on Saturday nights. Shorthand Exams The report of the shorthand exam-inatlou of .the Institute of Canadian Commerciai Educators for the moiuli of March has just come to hand and contains the names of tUe iollowing students of the Garbutt Bu.siness College. Lethlwidge: Miss Irene T. Hudson. ;�5 per cent.;. ' appropriate greeting cards for that occasion. They range in prfce as high as thirty cent.s. A's they are being picked up rapidly we woultl suggest that selection be made without delay. J. D. Higiabotkin & --- Limited ' "Alberta's Pisneer Druggist*" Wholesale and Retail Chemlsti. TELEPHONE No. 322 For Red/Cros* The Hon. Treas. of the Red Cross Society acknowledges with thanks the donation of ?110.00 from the Spring Coulee Ladies' Aid, per Mrs. Anita .\elson, treasurer. This ainount was raised by a Home Talent Play raffles^ flowei' sales an da dancn. C. S. Crest." ?50.00. Victory Loan commission and donation. Death of Infant Dice' in this city on Friday. April 19th. .'\Iay Siboliak. infant daughter of Mr. and :\lrH. John Siboliak of 712 12tlv3t. B. north, aged 2 weeks 1 day. Thf: funeral, in ch'arge of i\IacKay iind MacKay. will leave the lato residence this 'afternoon at 2 p.m. and proceed to the St. Patricks cemetery. Kov. Father IMcCaffery officiating. Death Minnie Head Died in tl.ns city on Friday, Ajjril 19th, Minnie~ Bruised Head, aged 4 years, daughter 01 Mr. and Mrs Bruised Head of the Blood TfSservQ. Mac-leod. The remains were removed to MacKay and MacKay funeral parlors where they are being held waiting the arrival ot relatives. Time and place of funeral announced later. Food Control Committee The local food committee v.'ill meet on :\Ionday at 3 o'clock i? tlio hoard of trade rooms to make fine.l arrangements for the mass meeting to beheld on April 29, when Jlr. .Trefze will give an address. All mcmSors of the committee are asked to be present and on time. Meats ALWAYS UNIFORMLY THE BEST R. COULTRY The Aiberta Meat Market PHONE 492 Veterans Meeting A .special meeting of the veterans will be held on Sunday next. 21st ihst. All members will please make it their special business to be in a'ttendance as this is for discussion of a proposition of vital irnportaiic� to our future as a branch of th.e G. W. V. A. There v/ill be under discussion a business project out of all prportidn to anything undertaken Ijy this local since its conception. Your presence as a comrade is imperative. GAS ENGINE win sell complete or separately :"il h.p. Daniel's Gas Engine; Westinghouse Generator and S.witch Board, practically as good as new. suitable for manufacturing purposes or an electric light plant. WINNIPE? PAINT &GI,ASS CO. WINNIPEG. Capt. Pearson to Come Captain Robert Pearson, ^I. L. .\., will speak in the Wesley Methodist ch'hrch on April 29th at S.l,'.. He will give an account ot the wonderful work of relief and cheer the Y. M. C. A. is doing for our boys over there. This will be a rally day for Letlibridge and District, in the interest of the Red Triangle Fund. $2,250,000.00 Canada-wide appeal May 7th, 8tli and Otli. m "Designed for You" Hair Cuts WESTBROOK BROS O, Dos'te Bank of Montreal "I "JANITARY SHOP Now Doing Business IN OUR NEW STORE IN THE LETHBRIDGE HOTEL AUOCK, 206 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Robertson's Book Store V Phone 1265 ARLOW'S EAT. ARKET PHONE 7% 1110 SIXTH AVE. 3. FARM LABOR We can supply farmers/ with experienced help. A number of men are on the ground waiting for work. . WIRE OR PHONE The Beasley Employment Agency 110 Fifth St. S. Phone 545 Why postpone Painting and Varnishing. Now is the time to do it, and today's prices are lower than they will be later. Ready-mixed Paint We are agents for the Celebratied "Prism" Brand made by the Canada Paint Co. No better paint manufactured. Our guarantee goes with it. ^ Varnishes W'e irave varnish suited for every purpose, also Varnish stain for general use and a particularly high quality made especially for floors. This is of the celebrated Pratt and Lambert make and is guaranteed to stand hard .wear. We also carry n largo' stock ot Enamels, Alubastine, Coralite, and everything--lu this line. Consumers' Hardware Company PHONE 1212 FI#TH STREET SOUTH Tickner*s Groceteria Don't forget that this is the place where you save dollars, by getting your groceries at our Groceteria. Our customers are realizing the benefit of our cash and carry system. Come and see for yourself. The E. J. Tickner Co. GROCETERIA ' 204 13TH STREET S. OPPOSITE ELLISON MILLS FARM LANDS After Five Days the Price Goes Up! 480 easy. ACRES between Wilson Siding and Stirling .Gently rolling. For five days only at $17.00 acre. Cash $2400.00. Balance JQA ACRES, Macleod district. Fine crop district, soil black loam. ^Ov Lots moisture. 300 acres steam plow. Fine water. School on property. For five days $13.00 acre. $1200.00 cash. Balance easy. 100 Improved Farms Stock Ranches & Leases Raw Land, Crop Payme^i ESTABLISHED 10 YEARS NEAR HUDSON'S BAY STORE FAMILY PORTRAITURE Make it nn annual duty to yourselves to have your children's photo taken. You will bo creating abiding pleanures for your later years.. Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 Office Equipment Office and Typewriter Desks, Chairs,"Filing Cabinets, Agents fort Woodstock Typewriters, Dick's Mimeograph, F. A E. Check Writer, Standard Envelope Sealer and Stamp Affixer, Burroughs' Adding Machine. Stock Renls^ors, Seala end Stock Certificates. , "A FuIl LINE QF OFFICE STATipNERY. ' EVERALL & FRANKS SInnott Block, cor. 4th Ave. and Sth St. Phone 110/ 88 ;