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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ; always in st^ck. 'SWirrrt^Miiftical^Cbrrii InVand See Tnero ^8&INIBDIA^MliSlC CO., LTD. " 1 I '- - - I 11 1J�>^*; y '-t � j � �lit I' ion ' � v3 #'r ft 1 TL� -iV v L �-1 . �' �f. 'V" '.I k'4 - 1 4.- i J I1,.! A � ' iV**/;- i \ : 1." .1 h ,* v> -\> � ^~ ^ J -'� ^ V ~ � - A r- - r L. " u. s: V 1 J j i: 1 tiJC v. L _ L _* v El VEGETABLES �-1 We toiight some choice beef stock at Coutts this week. It will be on sale tomorrow and Saturday. h _ DELANYS ME A CO. POTATOES. 'Extr4,dr*yr;fthdAmea1y. Theae^lll-sult you where mafiy othera w*!l not, per cwt. $2.50 ONIONS, B. cV�i*6. (bBifdr.............> 25c CABBAGE, Solid Ke^ds. 6 Iba. for ......... 25c PARSNIPS, *,-ib*fc^b>, . ; ;'r..:....... ........25c CARROTS,/6Jbsj>f9�* ............... 25c SEE=JS, 6 lbs, for................... 25c TUBNIPS, 8 lljSi.vfor . i|*.....................25c FRESHf CELERY^ 2y1bsi for ..........."25c HOT HOUSEX0CJCUM6ERS, each ......... 30c LEAP" LETTUCE, pei* fb. ...r............45c r i p 1 1 ST. S. opposite -daula's hotel PHONE 452 CAULIFLOWER^ HEAD LETTUCE EXPECTED FOR-SATURDAY. : i- J i - J -'-^ " T'**' * 4 p-- �_ '  * * + � r 4 Please remember that we have oijr'basement'devoted to this line throughout the entire ^ear. You can, therefore, always depend on having a large display to choose from. THE KENJ4Y & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Store PHONE 1487 FRESH FRUIT NAVAL ORANdES4Thase are now>veryJjard to oct but w^>stljr>5ave some to offer, quality is the best, -pefc^ftwen ....... 50c, 60c, 75c and 35c FLORIDA GrtAr^� rtR^lT, each . B.. ,V.... 15c APPLES, Wo/^Ji�L]LOW NEWTON , PIPPINS. These are exceptionally fine for present use. All in perfect condition. Good for eating or cooking? Per case....................... $2.65 vHOT HOUSE RHUBARB, per. lb.............20c PURITY WHIT E F LQU R. We st'lllhave^abrnVloft but It willsoohbo all $cJd. Not over one -06 lb. � sack to a o\Utb>ner. - Wagstaffes, in 1 lb. glass. Regular 30c each^Speclaj,, each................... 20c MINCE MEAT, Wagstaffes; In tins, size 2s. Regu- * Inr 40o.t Spiclal/per tin ............30c NATUaAL POLLED FIG$, PORTUGESE, In packages. Regular 35c a package. Special ...... 25c �\iViUEKlYEN SPECIALS , ~ ACADIA Cdb^ FlSrt, per 2 it, box......,.....50c SARDINES,'Canadian In oily per tin ......10c SARDINES/:N6rWegian, In oil, large tins, Signal Brand, ffhe 'quality^ per tin .. .V.20c SARDINES, Stripe California^ per tin........fcc SALMON, Finest Sockeye, yzs, per tin ....... 25c SALMON, Finest Sockeye, 1s, per tin........45c LOBSTERS, per kin ......... 20c LOBSTERS, t/2s� per tin p * 1"- Tea Kett,, .rm * r j  t * � 35o HIGH-PLASS GROCERS 7. rvv- r - v PHONE 5 2 5 ft I - REFUSE TO PROSECUTE A SOCIAL DEMOCRAT Amsterdam; March l.-^TUe German 1 reichstag, the Frankfurter SSeitung says, on Wednesday, without debate refused the request of the Prussian courtmartial for authority to institute criminal prosecution of Deputy Alfred r t WINNIPEG Q.RAIN Winnipeg, Mar. 1.-All demand for - * 1 1- the Factory Act for the duration Edmonton, Feb. 28.-Strong repre- [ Heinke, a Social Democrat He was^casn oata (disapnearea tb'da^/SiXd-lnere were no buyers on the markeLjSj�r.eaAs Avere reported a little ea^psrirdnd the offerings were extremely I li�ht^ There was a very fair demand fpr/cash barley with spreads unchanfed^. The,' of , ferings were extremely >light.:'; *^ j Offerings of cash -XlaxT-wpre ; li^t' with prices higfier. ; v.^,'; Future oats closed. .%c lower -for May and %c down fb^'Jui^.-Barley closed l^c ler^er.for May.* The directors of the :on Saturday-night is*concerned.  -� v-^.s.. ,The delegation also asked for a ^ .. small debt court lor Alberta but re* ceiyea scanr encoura"gemenfcfrom.,Hon^ C.rw. Cross ^that anything' win done. charged with Instigating an -offeuse against the State of Siege^Law. . During the labor outbreaks in Germany a month ago martial law was' declared iu some of the larger German cities including Berlin. It is probable that the proposed prosecution of Deputy Heinke was in, connection with the state of martial law. ihould get r - x - - | .....r CORN FOR EUROPE Oats May . Tforki March l.-^rCorn to amount iot from, 50,0,000'" to 750,000 .bushels a day' will b^lptir^haied durr ihe the next three weeks' at the vaiy ^July ious middle jyestern grain exchanges Ijy^tejeral^ommittee for use abroad It was announdSd her^ today.^ 4 � 1*^ � #1/1 ^^t * J v.- * 4 Open 96'", .93^ If you dorvoto>vn an al|i cohol stovH ^yoii s one. They are certainly convenient in * \ ***** emergency. 4i if *s + ' ' The flame from JaflOohol never smells,; \lor -theKe^js^ np smoke. We have a splendid line at^s special "price of CIT Y AND DISTRICT On a Buying Trip , \ ^X'S. Smith, manager of the Hudson vBa>* store has gone east to New York, Montreal and Chicago on his regular siting-buying trip. . , ^ i r For Red Cross The hon. treas. of the Red Qrosn society^ acknowledges with thanks a donation* of. $19:00 from the\ Sorosts society. ) ' � r-' _ WE ARE"SOLE AGENTS FOR L&THBRIDGt FOR THE CELE^ .BRATEDr^'iDEAL" BRAND" ALUMINUM WARE AND HAVE  A ASSOrtTMENT AT MODEST PRICES. WE A^E A^SO showing Xn Excellent AssoRTMErir of nIcklc plated WARE ON copper. BOTH THESE lines HAVE - ***** - \ 1 1 RECENTLY. OUR.'PRICES FOR STOCK ON HAND'REMAlN UNCHANGED. SUY NOW AND SAVE MONEY. --.-.- 1. 4 ANNOUNCEMENTS X land was committee*., for -trial .Grace A pliB-^Ociai^an'd-'rclaiice will1 be heftt� in Crystal^Lake-School, Friday, March' 1st. In aid of. thawed Gross. 66-3x - -r p * A dance will be'held in.Biirgmann'a hall, 13th'-Sti- N,T-avery .-Saturday night. Two piece -orchestra: VR. Burgmann in charge.tGents.7Ba Ladies free. Dancing from,9 to J2, V Us-1 h - The Rev. Silas. Sycamore objects to his son .being seen with Virginia ValentJjne andvoWects'alao' to thS ladies cutting;coupon^ fOr the piaho; The son shows.himi how he islaboring under a delusion in're'gard to.'38Vt i 367M W^i also ALBERTA'S SIGHT SPECIALIST No?3;,C.W.. 88% No. 2 Feed ;.84�i TheyQ^e sa^and ^eljatfie-r-r Kiridk^diroV stoves and "Canrjgd Heat." I DO NOT MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY AS IT WILL*BE ABOUT TWO MONTHS BEFORE HE RETURNS. NQTHING BUT HIGH CLASS WORK DONE. ALL WORK GUARANTEED, l .No. 4 ......169 Feed .......140- .. -..........�. ^305& No/*day4s_.&& p^cted in . the livestock ^markets /in ; Calgary during Friday an^,n>uch-1)uSC* iness was' done this morn^g.:^Thc prices on hogs i3 repdrted to-be by ail : the stockmen 19c a^ pounds; A-:few loalls or,hogs reached toe city.Friday., Cattle prices $10.00 to $10.50./: ^Winnipeg' Llvei'tb6K^ Winnipeg, Mar. lr^Cgtering' at- the Union stock yards ,t^day 'fyferq : 300 cattle and 1,083 hogsll-'^itie^and.'ht^; markets wer steady. v:--C-,/.'[; Quotations: Butcher vsteertl,. $7150 to,$il06; heifers, $6.60/to $10.50; cowsi -^4'6.0 to � ?9.75;/ Slilfs, $6.u*0/'tO $8.50; 'ioxen, $5f00 to $9^.00; ;."stQrcer3 . and* feeders, :$7.00 ' to ?9.25-; caiyes) $6.50 to $12,00. , -^y^W^i ; Hogs, selects, $19.0(T; heavies, |145.00 : -to $15.00; sows, $12.00 to $i3:00;?sta^sj ' $9.00 to $10.00; light $14.00 .to $15.00/ & BOOK CO.vJJMITED mqus subscription of $1.00 for the [Harry Lauder Million Pound Fund for maimed men. ' Maple Creek Citizen Dead- ^IrT.-Chester Dixon, of'Maple  Creek, Sask.,f a. member of- th'e firm of DlxoiV Bros., general merchants, one of the oldest- firm in Western Canada, die.d at Maple Creek Wednesday morning. TjfteUunsral'is today. He was: an uncle "6fMrs.^. j. Shepherd.' - Taber Basketball .Team Here^Tomght The-Taberl basketball r{leami wfit play the local 1st team .tonight at the gymnasium at 8 ,:o'c|clt.' The game, was not1 expected 'to Te; staged.-tonight but by .spine error the Taber boys understood "it that way and slo there will be the 'return;' match with them tonight. i _ r * War Service Badges New*wax service badges areSiow being issued to all 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 for application for the new badges may be secured from' J. F. Ritchie,-secretary G. W. V. A. given at the United -Church by the. Young People's Bible Class, Friday*; March S;ym8: y " 68-1; RETURNED Piles Cured In 6 to 14 Days Druggists refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to- cure Itching, _Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles; instant" ly^ relieves Itching Piles, and* you canv. get restful sleep, after the first applies tion. Price 50c. > SENTENCED4/ -I Winnipeg,' Maiv 1-Convicted, . o^ [thefts of fur said to be worth1 $3,000|^ the . property of' the Redmond Fur| Company, \Vinnlpeg; Earl Sinnett, re| turned :soidieriandv^ for the fur company, wasrS^nteiicea lb 18 months in jail today. David Graig,, ejcpresB driver on the samerclrarge, received a.six inohths sentence. Both pleaded guilty. Charles ScotL^ another express driver, pleaded not guilty of receiving? stolen �goods For one celnt ft ya: Wall''Papers in o Rbom i 5c'a foo^for 3c a foot. pHces. �r * * I p * _r Make-:iV*n''ft|lPuaT ^uly t0 yourselves* tb/tiaive- your children's photo taken. TTou will be treating .abrding";.pleasures for, four later years, l * 3 1 f * .1 Heating dressing �tfte'- valuable i > . �a 1 *. x -. > r ? 1 I 1 1. STAFFORD; BLOCK AR lethbridge, alberta f - - l- 1 ^ I J j-. CARLOADS OR^ESS^f%| TIMOTHY, -UPLAND^�ipAl|f FA,. MIXED Tl,MOTHy>5and:^ ALFALFA ANOSTBAW 1 . > _^ , jf 1 ^ h L � t *^ WW: � r 1 CAREFUL & V AWL ORDERS^- PROMPT RWIompnty if and 13th Street RAILWAY SUPPLIES &' EQUIPMENT AND- EMERSON FARM^1 |V1 ELEMENTS FORD TRACTOR ATTACH. WRITE OR WIRE US.FOR^ price&. barbed-wire cuts, and all abya^; WVf tfierj-Sk!^hfeals auickly and^pr^vents^'B package'...... Tonic Powder-Not Powder, ,:butt a rj^^Medlcinal Tonic Powder tO^fie -mixed,-In, small quantities , especially beneficial'' in -treatment of galls. 4 oz package. fv : Blistering Compoun'dT:-4 conven- "� lent and efficient blistering ointment, never fails. 2rbz. tinv. 50c Antiseptic Liquid-For internal and external use. Very soothing and healing for barbe,d-wlr,e cuj.s7 bites, lacerations, 'jiestroys'*bacteria and foul odors, to be us^ as a disinfectant, germicide ^iid deodorant, highly Recommended as an intestinal antiseptic.'y 16.' oz. bottle ..... Physic Balls-convenient; AfiSi and efficient. 3 bails'^ri a, packrV 30^............... vr... .60c Equine Cough Syrii^A-ve'ry'-xiq? sirable ancf effective .combiiia*:-tlon for horses tod cattle. lp; lleves coughs, bronchitis colds. ,16 fluid ounces. Colic Relief-.\ scientific ,cori^-. pound which gives immediate ire^ lief in all eases of colic of"horse^ � and^colis. 8 fluid o'unce^ %\My Jr'D. HigioWthl hit Using Commissions to'Good Purpose The Lethbridge Committee of the Victory Loan have the sum of $1043 commissions payable bu subscriptions to'the ioari made through local banks. .The commission have decided*to dis-; pose of this money by investing $300 ; in goverhment bonds as a small en-" dowment for the .Lethbridge branch of the G. W. V. and the balance to be paid to the Lethbridge Red Gross. / -1-� r Labor for Spring Work j � Each spring for the last two years, the provincial government has aided 1 the farmers of this district to obtain '�men' for seeding operations^ They are 'going1 to follow' th6-same practice .this ^�spring and are opening a freejabnr y bureau In the board, of trade building there; for the distribution (will be-in Ilabor. Mr. Jphn A. Weir'will be. in {charge'. Farmers deBiring men should �get in touch *wl�h Mr. Weir as soon as possible after the office opens; k. The Forum This Week . The Rev. Oliver Curtis wfll he the t speaker on Sunday at the ' Porum. on VThe Jew and His Part in the War." Mr. Curtis will deal with'his subjent' as. follows: A short history of .'the Jews:*!. Abraham, father of nation:* 2..From bondage to kings; 3. Blessing,] �0 the Jewish nation; 4. The providential hand, of God. The Jew doing-his part In the war. The Jew's scattered among- all nations, His standing by the coiintfy under which he lives, thus Jew ?is) fighting against/Jew. 2.;^The Je^/ lias a prominent part with' the natfdrii in conflict. 1. They "ar^nptf wanted-yet sought after. 2. Is God's rtprdiiiise to the Jew still in effectWith ./the^Ujtipns.. "I will bless themfcthat hless:-tHeQ, %nd curpe them that cursd thieeX^ '. 906 Third Ave* S. s Studio Phone 1471 THE MOLINE^ TRACTOR DOESN'T WASTE. GASCfLlNE PUSHING USELESS WHEELS THROUGH UNEVEN ;OR.80FT SOIL. ^ ; NT, - 1- 1 / > . 1 Y3 ^VER^�M^KABLE BOOkS. ONE/Of? . � ilJUUi \ AND-THEOJ.HER- - > ^;the;^ldst W his success; he1 felt distressed with; the - futility of. in^iyildudt(ltte;)iQ was in a stats ofi^helpless disgust ofslhability r to^rnviany satisfactory plan- of life. Then' he Encountered God," , tha tijtai hItf owh words, he met and recognized dod. ^ l4. ]� the' new, incoming religion, based 1 *� / yA^oo'rding^'-to->-Mr. Wells,, exclu%ivelf oh "personal experience of God, will have no ,use for aV'cnurcH>fbr^tne beginning,ot;organization Is the beginning,of tha end