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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^ 'TK*"New'Eti)�brt Diamond Disc Phonooraph The Phonfbriph With a Soul. (A ityle to suit everyone. Full rflnge of in-sifument* and Records always in stock. ; Everything Musical. Come in and See Theiv.. A88INIB01A MUSIC CO.. LTD. :Phone 1545, 315 6th St. S., LethbridQC, Alta HOTEL WINDSOR V .eUROPEAN PtAN m�al8 prom e.oo a.m. to t.OO P.m. We bought soire choice beef stock at Coutts this week. It will be on sale tomorrow and Saturday. JDELANYS MEAT CO. riFTH,ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 Toys! Toys! Pleate remember that we have o^r'basement devoted to this line throughout the entire year. You can, therefore, always depend on having a large display to choose from. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Wagstnffes, in 1 lb. glass. Regular 30c each. Special, each ................... 20c MINCE MEAT, Wagstaffes, In tins, size 2a. Regu-l.ir 40c. Specl.ll,'per tin ...............; . 30c NATUFIAL PULLED FIGS, PORTUGESE. In packages. Regular 3Sc a package. Special...... 2Sc LENTEN SPECIALS, ACADIA COD FISH, per 2 lb. box ...........SOc SARDINES, Canadian in oil} per tin ........ 10o SARDINES, Norwegian. In oil, large tins, Signal Brand, fine quality, pier tin............... 20c SARDINES, Stripe California, per tin........ioc SALMON, Finest Sockeye, Vzs, per tin....., 2oo SALMON, Finest Sockeye, Is, per tin........45c LOBSTERS, l^S, per tin .;...____;......... 20c LOBSTERS, ',4s, per tin____,............... 35o HIGHCLASS GROCERS THE GOOD GO. PHONE 525 Amsterdam. March 1.-The German reichstag. the Frankfurter Zeltung says. OK Wednesday, without debate refused the request of the Prussian courtniartial tor authority to institute criminal prosecution ot Deputy Alfred Heinkp. a Social Democrat. He waSN ch.irged with instigating an offense against the State ot Siege'Law. . During the labor outbreaks in Germany a month ago martial law was declared in some of the larger German cities including Berlin. It is probable that the proposed prosecution of Deputy Heiuke was in. connection with the state of martial law. CORN FOR EUROPE Xew *york, March 1.-Corn to the amount of from 50.0,000 to 750.000 bushels a day will be purchased during the next three weeks at the various middle jv-estem grain exchanges by. a federal committee for use abroad It was announced fiere today. ALBERTA'S SIGHT SPECIAUST JOHN F. MILLER Of Calgary, 404 Underwood, Block, WILL BE AT DALLAS HOTEL Tomorrow, Saturday, March Znd DO NOT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY AS IT WILL'bE ABOUT TWO MONTHS BEFORE HE RETURNS. NOTHING BUT HIGH CLASS WORK DONE. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. T Open Close . 95 1 . ITS 1-7 . 388 . 385% . 367^2 UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS AND SERVICE tH OS. F. RYAN LOCAL REPRESENTATIVES ALEXANDRA HOTEL, OR P.O. BOX 408 TYPEWRITERS REBUILT OR EXCHANGED. ALL MAKES.'* WINNIPEG QRAIN MARKET Winnipeg, Jlar. 1.-All demand for cash oats disappeared today .�ind there were no buyers on the market. Spreads i were reported a little edSIer,'and the [offerings were e.ttremely light. There I was a very fair demand for cash barley with spreads unchangedT The of I'erings were e.vtremely light. * /. Offerings of cash flax were light witli prices higlier. Future oats closed l^c lower tor May and Vsc down foi; Jult. Barley closed IV^c lower tor May., The directors of the Grain Exchange have decided that until-further notice, no trading lu futures; other than those which are at present open, will be pcr-niilted. v  Oats-May ........ 'July ... ..... Barley- May........ '^lax- Ma>-......... July........ CASH PRICES Dats- 1 Xo. 2 C.W... 95?i No. 3C.W... 82=;i Kxtra 1 Feed ,................ 91 !4 Xo. 1 Feed .^SiPVi Xo. 2 Feed ..84*i Barley-- Xo ? ......174 Xo. 4 ......169 Rejected ...142 Feed .......IIU Fla.x- Xo. 1 X.W.C...................;iG.r;i No. 2 C.W...36114 No. 3 C.W...34814 Calgary Livestock Calgarj-, Jlar. 1.-A bu8*day is cx-pf'cted In . the livestock ' markets iu Calgary during Friday aml.piuch-bUS-": Iness was' done this moriilng. The prices on hogs is reported to be by all the stockmen 19e a pounds. A few loifds of hogs reached the city Friday. Cattle prices JIO.OO to 110.50. 'Winnipeg Livestock ' Winnipeg. Mar. 1.-Orterlng at the Union stock yards t6da.V were 300 cattle and 1,083 hogs. Cattle and hog markets wer steady. , Quotations: BuUiher steers. $7.50 to ?12.00; helftfrs, ?6.50, to 510.50; cows, $4:50 to.?9.75; bulls, $6.00 tb $8.50; oxen. $5.00 to $9.00; stockers and- feeders, 17.00' to $9.25; calves, $6.30 to $12.00. . ^ Hogs, selects, $19.00; heavies, $14.00 �to $15.00; sows, $12.00 to $13;00; stagSj $9.00 to $10.00; light $14.00 to $15.00. Blue I If you do not own an alcohol stove you should get one. They are certainly convenient in an emergencjj. The flame from 'a'lcohol never smells, tor there^.,js, no smoke. We have a splendid Hue at a special price of SOc each The/ire safi^and reliable Wo' also hindle^:^ilerna'' stoves and "Canned Heat." THE RED CRi[)SS DRUG & BOOK CO.v LIMITED' PH0NE,^B5 CITY AND DISTRICT On a Buying Trip y ') J. S. Smith, manager of the Hud.oou Bb>* store has gone oast to Now York. Montreal and Chicago ou his regultvr spring buying trip. . For Red Cross The hon. treas. ot the Red Cross society, acknowledges -'^^ SnU Ave. 8, and 13tH Strset"' 'i MININC, SUIkOINC^A RAILW.W SUPPLIERS A EQUIPMENT TUOHOPe 'ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOW* SUVKIES .FORD TRACTOR ATTACH. > Bucaiee x ments. . OCMOCfltATS. AUTO TRAlLIiKS -CULTIVATORS BINDr.R eNaUIBl ' RHONC 172S>-TAKe A BLUE LINE OAR J % t ' ' , ����� . � . HAY CARLOADS OR LESS*  TIMOTHY, .UPLAND, ALFALFA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW.i CAREFUL ATTENTION TO : , ALL ORDERS. j PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR ' PRICES, Saiinders HayM Grain Cp. 1221 Znd Av.00 Physic Balls-i;onvenleht, sate and fifticlenl. 3 balls in a package........................606 Equine Cough Syrup-A very do-' sirablo ancf i'tfectlvo combination for liorsirf and cattle, lie-lleves couKh.'!, bronchitis aiid colds. ,16 fluid ounces. ../.. $1.00 Colic Relief-A scientific compound which Kives Imniodlate relief in ail cases uf colic of Uor^OH^ and.colts. 8 fluid ounceq .. $1.00' Ji D. Higinbothkm & Go . Limited ' .'' Alberta's Plonear. DriigiltuV Wholesale and Rttall Chaifilata TEHPHONEjjNo, 321 ,� Maple Creek Citizen Dead' Mr. Chester Dixon, of-Maple Creek, Sask., a member of the firm ot Dixoil Bros., general merchants, one of the oldest firm in Western Canada, died at Jlaplo Creek Wednesday morninn. The funeral is today. He was an undo ot Mrs.vS. J. Shepherd. " Taber Basketball Team Here Toipight TheTaber basketball .teanrf will play the local 1st team .tonight at the 'Y-' gymnasium at S ' o'ctock. The game, was not expectet] to T^e-staged, tonight but by some error the Taber boys understood it that Svay and sJo there will be the return match with them tonight. War Service Badges New'-^-ar service badges are'now being issued to .ill Canadians who have served with the army in France. England or Canada .Three classes of badges being issued, and all badges previously issued are being called in. Forms tor application tor tho new badges may be secured from' J. F. Ritchie, secretary G. W. V. A. Combination Double l3oiler and Tea Kettle, higk-grade aluminum WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR LETHBRIOOE FOR THE CEUE� BRATEO .'IDEAL" BRAND ALUMINUM WARE AND HAVE A LARGE ASSORTMENT AT MODEST PRICES. WE ARE ALSO SHOWING AN EXCELLENT ASSDRTMEriT OF NICKLE PLAT got restful sleep after the first appUca-tlon. Price DOc. Using Commissions to'Good Purpose The Letlibridge Committee of the Victory Loan have the sum of ?104;! commissions payable on subscriptions to the loaii made through local banks. The commission have decided'to dispose of this money by investing |300 in government bonds as a small en-dow^ment tor the Lethbrldge branch ot the G. W. V. and tho balance to ho paid to tho Lethbrldge Red Cross. Labor for Spring Work - Each spring tor the last two years, the provincial government has aided the farmers ot this district to obtain men for seeding ope.ratlonsj They are going to follow the same practice this spring and are opening a free Jabbr , bureau in tlie board ot trade building here^ for the distribution will be in :labor. Mr. .Iphn A. AVeir'wlll be, in I charge. Farmers desiring men should get in touch .wlt'h Mr. Weir as soon as possible after the office opens. .AVinnlpeg, Mar. 1.-Convicted, of, thiofis of tiir said to be worth $3,000j, the property of the Redmond Purf Company, AVinnlpeg, EJarl SInnott, re-!; turVied soldier and torujerly s^ippeW for the fur company, was 'seutelided fVi IS months in jail today.' ' David Oraig, express driver on the same.clmrge, received a six inonthfl sentence. Both pleaded guilty. Charles Bcott,".another express driver, pleaded not guilty of receiving stolen eood'.s FAMILY PORTRA%TURE Make it an anpua^ duty to yourselves to have your children's photo taken. You will bo creating abiding pleasures for. your later years. , SniSh's Studio 906 Third Ave. 8. Phone 1471 Odd Borders For oiie celit a yard up. Wall Papers b odd lots aiust'bct^cleared out.v j^bom Moulding, regular 5c a fopi for 3c a foot. Plat^ i^ail at reduced prfces. HBkertson's IboiiStiire THE MOLINE TRACTOR DOESN'T WASTE GASOLINE PUSHING USELESS WHEELS THROUGH UNEVEN OR SOFT SOIL. ..... The Forum This Week The Rev. Oliver Curtis will bo the speaker on Sunday at tho Porutu ion "The Jew and His Part in the War." Mr. Curtis will deal with his subject as follows: A short history of the .lews:'!. Abraham, father of nation;' 3, Prom bondage to kings; 3. Blessing, to the Jewish nation; 4. Tho providential hand of God. Tho Jew doing his part in the war. The Jew's acatte>9d among all nations. His standing by tho country under which he lives, thus Jew is' fighting against Je.w. 2. The Jew has a prominent part with' the t'latlons in conflict. 1 They are'not VifimtBtl-yet sought after. 2. is God's promise to the Jew still in effect ^>\'lth i the nations. "I will bless them:'that ; bless thee, Ojud curse them that cursd Uhee."', ' :r I/- YOUR'E SAHE-AT THE SANITARY SHOP. WESTBROOK BROS. '. opposite Bank of A)ontre3> i FOR SALE -\ 'CARFEED CORN IN STOCK F. O.HYDE &C0. Phona 1244 y Uthbrldgs i H. G. HAS WRITTEN, TWO, VER^hEM^^KABLE BOOKS. ONE/OF , Tt-ftM- / :  , :, � ' . �, "fiod; the Invisible i AND THE OTHER- ' ' ' "The Soul of a Bishep" 111 the midst of his success he felt distressed with the futility ' of liidlyldual life, hq .was in a state o^ielpless d^gust, ot inability to^'ldrm any satisfactory plan-of life. Then he "encountered Ood," that|^ hitf oSvn words, ho met and recognized God. ^- l_ According to-Mr. Wells, the new Incoming relljion, baaed > exclusively on personal experience ot Ood, will have no use tor ; tt! church, for the beginning of, organization Is the beKinntnB ot tha end'of iiisi^ratlon. The views expressed in these two books hav* already