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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Come In and tee u� sbontthat (�)�no yo,u�re  thinking of/buyihg. ., We wlll.appreefAte xi (alt from you f AS&INIBOIA MUStC CO., LTD. EVERYTHING MUSICAL Phone 1546, 318 6lh 3t, S., UethbrldQe, Alt* Alt oiir Meats are � by all who handle them, but most of ail by those at the dinner tdhl& DELANYS M^SAT GO. FIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALUA8.,HQT>El-.....PHONE 452 V earl)^birc| getS;lhe worm and so with buying seedg.f especially this year. The wise >yill kje^i tefviseeds earjy, the ones coming late maynpt get w^ they want.' We have aUjtliefet packs, McKenzies/Steel Biiggsdncl Ferry 1. Also garden seeds inbulk. ^'''^ ' . . ^ ' ' HIGHCLASS GROCERS^ THE fiOOD CO. Tojrs! Toys! Please remember that we have ottP'basement devoted to this line throughout the efltire year. You can, 'therefore; always depend on havino a large display to choose from. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. ^^gj^yr Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 : Winnipeg, Mar. a,-Jjriig-.Aib?t"�ci8'� ! eqd market . WBs;eixceptlpnalIj'.;t in: all cash ({rains.,;Th�.ioMprtagB ^were extremely, light -an4> onljf �-an -odil cttr was chaiigins hajimJ Oata^clpaft^-unchingoavtOr^MaV- tu-.lures at S4%\'atVdJuly flloeed:\it low-Barley closed, vfec^liiph'ervior,Slay. Flax closed "l%cv"l)iijbw;^'fSr-� May and-3c higher f-r J.uly.J vV.'- 'y . , . .winnipeg-'marketI:, ; Outs- �* ' bperi'-V :May............. ,94% July......... /-93^4' : Barley- � May......... . 1. 177% Flax-May ............ sc8u\ July ............ 3S9V6-^ CASH PRICES Oat.s- .Close 93 >i 1771^ 370 370 LLOYD GEORGE xo. 2 c.w..-. oc; Extra 1 Feed .... No. 1 Feed ..SS-'Vi Barley- Xo. 2 C.W... 174 . . i Feed......;.. ". '..Flai- Xo. 1 X. \y. c. .. Xo. 1' C.W...363- Xo 0 C W No 2 Feed Xd a/cw .Xo^ ?, C W � 9S'i .16.914 . .140 , .r.67Vj .345 IS LLOYD GEORGE SLIPPING BACK? Downins strcetmen and: War Cabinet men are in the scales o� iniblic judgmeni. * ' ' ' r Col. John Bayne Maclean contributes'to the March Is.sife of MACLEAN'S MAGAZINE a strong article dealing -with the need lor cfticleucy in-theJ.,loyd tieorge Government. .",..,-, This contribution is one o� a notable series vby: JOHN BAYNE MACLEi^^ INDIAN COMMISSIONER V HEADQUARTERaiN AEQINA  Regina, Saskn~Mar 2.-rAVlllIam Graham, Indian commisafonot. tor Sask-iS,, Alberta and- Matiltoba, AViU in the future'make , his headQuarters at Regina. In addition-to'the.Tvork or production >' among the - Indians, the geag?al administration, of -Indian kt-fairs will "be" handlettifrom-here according to Mr. Grahauif. ' If you do hot own an alcohol stoye-you should get one. 'Riey are certainly ^convenient in an emergency: �The riaiiie'froia alcohol never smells, for. there is no saibke. We have a sptenilid line ^t a special price of " * ,\; 50c each They afe-aafie and reliable ^ - . � We also handle "Sterna" stoves and "Canned Heat." ^ THBRED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LIMITED � PHOI^e 555 PHONE 525 DISTRICT Goes ''"he 'Peg D. E. Harris leaves tonight for Winnipeg on land and other business. a Baptismal,Service There Sill bo baptismal services in thd Clirlstlan church Sunday morning. ^ Punip in Place ^ The city commlsslonefs report that the no\v-}ow lift pump is set and the engine to drive it in place, and every-th'ng looks good tor openlup the plant on March 15th.' Foremost Visitor .\. J. H. Donahoe of Foremost, one of the directors oE the U. F. A.^ is in the city on business .connected with the Farmers Fire and Hail insurance Co. Want Lake Drained .] Residents of Fourth Ave. S., in the vicinity o� 13th St. are urging the -commissioners to flrain the lake on tiie street there. Combination Double Boileir teisi keftle, high-grade altiiniiioiiQi WE ARE.SOLE AGENTS FOR LETHBRIlJGE FOfl THE QELEBition there are only 21 members whose" native tongue is English, four from Nova Scotia, two from Prince,fid ward,Island', one'from New Brunswick, six from Quebec, seven from Ontario, one from Manitoba and one from. Alberta, From the great lakes to British Columbia, the opposition is represented by .only It wo mem-. teuton .iubmarlnet Jiv the ,la�'t t bers-Molloy ot ProvencUer, Man., and-j^gg^g A'dlapatcl. ,trota iladfld White ,ln-Alberta." HAY CARUOADS or t,MS TIMOTHY. #UPLANP,\ AtFAt-FA, mixed timoth.v -VAfiD A^LFALFA AND st�A^.",, CAREfUL ATTENtIoN^' *^ ALL ORDERS. , prompt shipm'ent r' 'white cr wirc u9 ftOHti*if \er\ ,1281 2n"d Av'�^li�>9Wth) ^Uitph^tyi mis , john McMARJIN, M.P] Cornwall, Ont,-(British & cbldnlhl Press). ',~ � \ ANNOUNCE>iENT The old adagf, "AllitlBter's ChlJdNn art! always worso tliaJi-anyoho *1�o.'b," iSiClearly proven by the mlnjst^r'a tylOn daughter.s, .Sarii. and Sallyin^the pUy.tlie "Busy Lttdl;pa''Aid".glveivV�y the Junior Bible ClasH at the,'United ChurchJ^rldaj-, March 8th. at 8-D.ui:' YOUR'E ^m-^M THE WTART^SHOP^ WESTBRO0K'Blto>S�^ Opposite BanVro*' Montreilj' v.^ ?6r one cent a yard up. Wall Papers m odd Ms must be desired out.* // Lloom Mouldiu^, regular 5c a foot for 3c a foot. Plate Rail. at re^uce^ prices. � ^ ^ Robertson's Book St|^ Ran Into Mines Off./Cioast of HoHand->rTwo' Sweepers :c/Also.: Lost ' , Leridon, Mar. 2.^An Amsterdam > diopatoh to the Dally Mail says that at on� '.o'clock on Friday morning, a Qermafc torpedo boat and two Qernoan mine sweepers ran lnto""m!nea off Vlleland Island and were blown;up. A German ves-' sel which was In the vicinity towered a;boat to save the crews but tho high seaa m�do It impossible to reach the erewa of the wrecked vessel*'and'the bolat drifted to the lafandj', ' � . �� � The dispatch says It le learned from.'Ymulden that a ,Dutch fishing boat .'i^lao struck a mlne,^all on board^beln'sjIottjV" � ' depor/i. w. w. aliens '  WByShlnkton, Mar, 2,-Thq deportation Of a|l^n members of the i.W.W. or any^ other organization advocating sabotage, oi- dtftor vrolepco against the I government iwas'ordered today/by the; i department ot labor. Special investUa-tion was ordered into tho I. W. W. gatherings a|iout S()dllU>. Paris, March 2.-A Spanish ship, which had been ' chartered by Switzerland arid wias carrying 300 tons of wheat' from Ameniea-to Europe, haa been torpedoed and sunk, according^/ to � - ditpate.h . from Bern* to the P*tlt Parl*l*n. The alnking, the ' Biirne adylc** ay, wa* contrary, t* th* ablamn  undertaking. nt*r*d inttt' by Gar-many. The n*wa hai had a ttrong effect in pelltieal cirelaa In Berne. Five Spanish vasaels were sunk(by live on Febrhary .27 said; that the Spanish newspapers announcM that the. Spanish steamer Sarniero had been torpedoed andauuk. -The einklng co^ldnqt bo confirmed in-offiqlal circlea. . . The SarnlerQi.may. lie' the ahtp Ve-ferrcd to in the Potit^Parlsion dispatch from" Borne. ,1 BRITISH TOOK THREE ^HUNDRED PRISONERS London, March 2.- (Dalayad) -^In February, the Britlah took 312 . pVltonera on jthe Franeo-Balgiart front, including 18 off leers, � lays the official statement laaued tonight. Twenty maehlne^guna and ; eneflameprojacter also, were captured, '-l- �: - Portuguese troops today brouglft In a few prisonedsas a reaultlpf patrol encounters. 6OO'for a shorrtrrH*to'lntroduesi Bee thia maehlne before .; buying .'i'^iWhore.  :>-�'-�.��'. v,-, .,.�,.�..., .- , ;.A:FULU LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY, / EVER ALL & FRANK9 SInnptt BtboK, 12251499 ;