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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Come in and see us about thnt Piano you are ~~ thinking of buying. We will appreciate a 0&4g&f* Store PHONE 1487 Winnipeg'. Mar. 2.-The -.Short' wee'� oi)il market was exceptionally .tinier in all rash grains. The. offerings -.wen* extremely light and. only an odd oar was changjng hands: Oats, closed unchanged for. May ru-tures at ii4s.� and July closed \jf tower.  .....- - ... Barley closed 'ic, higher for May Flax closed l^c'higher-for M�y and "c higher it July. WINNIPEG MARKET Open !>4�4 1T7C LLOYD GEORGE AND THE WAR IS LLOYD GEORGE SLIPPING BACK? JJowni-ig street men and War Cabinet men are in the scales cf public judgment. Col. John Bayne .Maclean contributes to the March issue of MACLEAN'S MAGAZINE i! strong article dealing .-.villi the need for efficiency in the Lloyd George Government. This contribution is one o� a notable series by JOHN BAYNE MACLEAN FOR SALE BY The Twentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" 514 fourth AVENUE PHONE 613 Oats- Mav....... Julv ...... Rarlev- May....... Flax- May............ ::r,gi.; July ............ ;H59�t CASH PRICES Oats- No. 2 C.W..\ 00', Eura 1 Feed . . . No. 1 Feed ..SS'i Barley- No. 2 C.W.. .171 Feed......... FVar- No. I X. W. C. . No., 2 C.W.. .:'��;! Close !>-'!\ s:o 370'- No. No. CAY .....!U"-i Feed. .Si** NO. 3/CVV. No. C.W. .140 INDIAN COMMISSIONER HEADQUARTERS IN REGINA If you do not own an alcohol stove you should get one. They are certainly vconvenient in an emergency. The flame' from alcohol never smells, for there is no smoke. We have a splendid line at a special price of 50c each They are safe and reliable We also handle "Sterna" stoves and "Canned Heat." TH&RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO.. LIMITED PHONE 555 CITY AND DISTRICT Goes To The 'Peg l D. 10. Harris leaves tonight for Winnipeg; on land and other business. A Baptismal Service There will bo baptismal services in j the Christian church Sunday morning, j Pump in Place ( : i The city commissioner's report that j the new-low lift pump is set and the ; engine to drive il in place, ami every-I thh'g looks good for opening the plaut ! on March 15rh.' I Foremost Visitor A. J. 11. Donahoe of Foremost, one of the directors of the V. F. A., is in the city on business connected with the Farmers Fire and flail Insurance Co. Want Lake Drained Residents of Fourth Ave. S.. in the vicinity of 13th St. are urging the commissioners to brain the lake on tiie street there. Combination Double Boiler and Tea Kettle, high-grade aluminum WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR LETHBRID'gE FOR THE CELEBRATED "IDEAL" BRAND ALUMINUM {WARE AND HAVE A LARGE ASSORTMENT AT MODEST PRICES. WE ARE ALSO SHOWING AN EXCELLENT ASSORTMENT OF NICKLE PLATED WARE ON COPPER. BOTH THESE LINES HAVE ADVANCEO RECENTLY. OUR PRICES FOR STOCK ON HAND REMAIN UNCHANGED. BUY NOW AND SAVE MONEY. Consumers Hardware Co. I 127,000 DEPOSITS! BETWEEN GERMANS I In All 135 Received Less" Than Third Vote-How the House Lines Up 1  Hegina. Sask.-~Mar: S.^rWilliam Gra-] ham. Indian commissioner for Sask-i utehev.-an. Alberta and Manitoba, will |in the future make his headquarters i at Regina. In addition to" the work of j production among the Indians, the : general administration of Indian af-i fairs will be handled'from here accord-; ing to Mr. Graham. ...... > FAMILY PORTRAITURE Make it an annual duty to � yourselves to have your cliild^ ren's photo taken. You . will- be creating abiding pleasures for your later years. Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. 8. Phone 147! UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS AND SERVICE THOS. F. RYAN LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE, ALEXANDRA HOTEL, OR P.O. BOX 408 TYPEWRITERS REBUILT OR EXCHANGED. ALL MAKES. SpirellaGoods MADfc TO ORDER $3.50 up Phone 582 Miss Knapp ROOM 6, DOMINION BLDG. Sunday Letters From Soldiers ' Tomorrow evening at the evening I service of the I'nited church, letters from soldiers at the front will be read j in connection wilii Hie reading of the honor roll Winnipeg. Mar. 2.-The Free Press carries the following from Ottawa: "No less than i:>5 candidates lost j their election deposits, which means jlhat $27,000 will he turned over to the j treasury to .help pay war expenses. Of I these, 11(1 were opposition and 2.~i government candidates. In Ontario 41 opposition candidates lost, their deposits and in Quebec 22 government candidates failed to save their deposits. 10v-eiV labor candidate except Rollo, in __; I Hamilton, received fewer votes than Knox Music J llle successful candidates' majority "The music at Knox church tomor-,.;ulu su tlle $2o� deposit with ^the re-row, will be: Anthem. "O Lord Most! lun,m6 not he Handed Holy"' lAbti; solo. "Trust Ye in the"Klyk- Re Letter Carrier's Appeal That Die local letter Carriers do not! agree on the action re appeal by some j members to the citizens in yesterday's } issue of the Herald, will be showii'in! a letter to follow shortly. I Vologda. Feb. 28.-According to advices received here yesterday by ambassador Francis from the Smolny Institute, at Petrograd says peace had not been Signed between the Bolshe-yiki government and the -Germans up to a late hour this afternoon. Although the Germans are still advancing ojs'-ward, the official advices nay they are ikjw being resisted by the Russians and arc making much slower progress. The Bolshevik! government at. Pe-trograd reports there is greater enthusiasm at Petrograd for defense oil the capital and in recruiting. i Lord" i Scott i, Miss Simm: anthem. ("Send Out Thy Light.-' Gounod; quartette, "Now the Day is Over,' Marks. Our Itore will be OQen,. ., . 4^ring tfi^Mlowing hours tomorrow: Afternoon, 2to� Evening], 7 to 9 J. D. Higiflbotham & Co � Limited. The ?teagaft J*** �Alberta's Pioneer Druggists" . Wholesale and, Retail Chemist*. TELEPHONE No. 322 , Directors in Charge The following.directors of the amalgamated fair and stampede have been named to take charge of the various departments: Cattle. John McD. Davidson. Coaldale; horses, D. J. Whitney; sheep and swine, W. A. Hamilton. Levi Ljarker and J. L. Peacock; poultry. A. K. Humphries; field crops. C. S. Noble. Nobleford; educational. O. F. Crsenbae'i; dairy products and domestic manufactures. Jas. Meeks of Raymond; arts. H. G. women s Clarke. work and fine When We Install the hot air heating system in your house can re-jt. asshred that you will get the very best work anS that the furnace and pveir part of the heating system will he best obtainable. Let us ti.vplain to you tlie advantages of ihls system of heating and submit estimate to you for the �work. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co, REAR STAFFORD BLOCK ' LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA s Choice MEATS Better meats through our phone service, Try it. V R. COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market The .Oldest Established Meat Market in the City. Superior Supply Co. ?.nC Ave. 5. and 13th Street. MINiNG. BUILDING & RAILWAY SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT 7UDH0PE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH. BUGGIES MENTS DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAllR3 CULTIVATORS BINDT.R EN~Tii:!El PHONE 1725-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR HAY F0RW CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY. rUPLAND, . ALFALFA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL ATTENTION TO* ALL ORDERS. FROMPT SHIPMENT ' WRITE OR WIRE US POftv--' prices. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue. South Telephone 732 Our Busy Ladies' Aid Many .people in the city will be glad to (earn, that the old Westminster church, corner of 1 Stli St. and dtli (Ave. north,-which -,vas partly destroyed by fire at Christmas, Ki,16. is to be repaired. The raising of the necessary funds has been undertaken by the Sunday school, Young People and Ladies' Aid of tile I'nited Church, and to this end, on Friday of next week, March 15th, the young people are-staging a musical entertainment entitled "(jar Busy Ladies' Aid." This is the bk;t;est thing so far undertaken in the I'nited Church and it. -promises to "i furnish a good evening's amusement. ' There are eight very good musical J numbers throughout the play, the plot of which ,centres round the efforts of ithe ladies aid to raise money for a rhew piano. At the meetings of the 'aid the latest fashions are discussed, almost causing the loss of tiie coveted piano. Parliamentary law and the reading of Sunday newspapers come in for ii share of criticism, and of qbnrse tilt narrow minded minister j gets his. ' This play will be preceed-nd by a. very laughable nigger farce, so that all may have time to take their places. The whole program will be something musical in Lethbridge. Remember the date, next Friday and do not. fail to sec it. "But tho most significant result of | the election is the very manifest tree- [ da! and racial dlvlson in the new : house. In Sir Wilfrid Laurier s fol- 1 lowing of men, only Hi are Protest- ; r.nls. while in the government follow- ; ing o[ 151, only a half dozen are Ko- ; man Catholics and only one, Dr. Cha- i hot of Ottawa, is n French-Canadian. : One-third ofvthe population according i to race have not representatives in the cabinet, and, according to creed, only one representative, namely, the minister of justice. Hon. Mr. Doherty. "in the opposition there are only 21 members whose native tongue is Kng-! lish. four from Nova Scotia, two from I Prince Edward Island, one from New Brunswick, six front Quebec, seven from Ontario, one from Manitoba and one from Alberta. From the great lakes to liritish Columbia, the opposition is represented by only j two members-Molloy of Provencher, Man White in Alberta." Paris, March 2.-A Spanieh ship, which had been chartered by Switzerland and was carrying 300 tons of wheat from America to Europe, haa been torpedoed and sunk, according/ to a dispatch from Berne to the Petit Pariaien. The sinking, the Berne advices say, was contrary to the solemn undertaking entered into by Germany. The newa haa had a atrong effect in political circlet In Bernt. Five Spanish vessels were sunk by and"! Teuton -submarine*; in the last five ' ' weeks. A dispatch from Madrid on February 27 said that the Spanish newspapers announced that the Spanish steamer Sarniero had been torpedoed and sunk. The sinking could nut bo confirmed in-official circle*. , The Sarniero may be the ship referred to in the Pel it-- Parisien dispatch from Kerne. Ran Iriio Mines Off. . Coast oi Holland-Two Sweepers Also Lost JOHN McMARTIN, M.P. Cornwall. Ont.-(British & Colonial Press). � ANNOUNCEMENT The oiii juliig;-, "Minister's Children are always worsi- than anyohe else's," is clearly proven by the minister's twin daughter--. Kara and Sally in the play the "I3u.,y Ladies'"Aid" given by the Junior Bible Class at the. United Church Friday, jarch 8th at 8 p.m. I Odd Borders For one cent a yard up. Wall Papers in odd lots must be cleared out* , toom Moulding, regular 5c a foot for 3c a foot. Plate Rail at reduced prices. Robertson's OookStore Li'tdon, Mar. 2.-An Amsterdam dispatch to the Dally Mail says that at one o'clock on Friday morning, a GermaR torpedo boat and two German mine sweepers ran into mines off Vlieland Island and were blown up. A German vessel which was in the vicinity lowered a boat to save the crews buj the high seas made it impossible to reach the crews of the wrecked vessel* and the boat drifted to the isfand. The dispatch says it is learned from Ymulden that a Dutch fish-ing boat also struck a mine, all on board'being lost. british took three hundred Prisoners London, March 2.- (Delayed) -In February, the Britiah took 312 prisoners on the Franco-Belgian front, including 16 officers, says the official statement Issued tonight. Twenty machine gun* and one flame projector alto were captured. * Portuguese troops today brought in a few prlsoneds as a result V>f patrol encounters. ' DEPORT7 I. W. W. ALIENS Washington, Mar. 2.-The deportation of alien members of the I.W.W. or any other organization advocating sabotage or other violence against the | government .was ordered today by tber '� department of labor. Special investiga-i Con was ordered into the I. \V. W | gatherings about, Seattle. TORONTO WORKMEN WANT MORE "AUTHORITY" IN BEER Toronto, Mar. 2.-A monster procession of workmen marched to the parliament buildings this afternoon and asked for an increase in the strength �of prohibition beer. The request was refused by the premier, Sir William Hearst, who was boohooed by the crowd. The requeHt was that S'/j. per cent, of alcohol instead of; 2%  per cent, proof spirits be estbalished as the legal strength. "Did .you take that, job for the government, Jim?" "No, there wasn't a thing- Hi it but tho salary." YOUR'E SAFE-AT THE SANITARY SHOP. WESTBROQK BROS. ' Opposite Bank of Montreal FOR SALE CAR FEED CORN IN STOCK F. O. HYDE & CO. Lethbrldge Phone 1244 Everything For the Office- Letter Filing Stackr 4 drawers, fumed oak....................$22.50 Letter Filing Stack, 4 drawers, fumed oak...............$13.60 Flat Top Office Desk', fumed oak, 34 by 54 in.ches..... ...... $44.50 Roytd Typewriter, No, 6, nearly new ....................... $65.00 Underwood Rebuilt, No. *.............................. .....$65.00 L. C. Smith, No. 5, very little use,d ............................. $75.00 Woodstock Typewriter, No. 5, brand new, regular price $130.00. Will sell at $9600 for a short timet to introduce, fiee thl* machine before buying elsewhere. A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. EVER ALL. & FRANKS Sinnott Block, cor. 4th Ave. and 5th St., Phone 110? ?1756? ;