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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Ceme in Jftfus a.bout that Piano you are thlnkinfl of buying- i VVe R , EUROPEAN Pi-AM,, MEALS FROIVI 6.00 A.M. TO .00,P.M. DIRECT FROM THE FARM TO YOUR TABLE When You Buy Meats From Us DELANYS MEAT CO. OPPOSITE D.',LLAS HOTEL rirTH 8 PHONE 452 Toys! Toys! Plr.^�e remember that we h.ive our baaeroenl devoted to this linr. throughout the entire year. You can, therefore, always depend cii having ,t l.irge displ.iy to choose frcm. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. L^^i4^ff* store nex;t DALLAS HOTE PHONE 1487 The caily bird gels the worm and so with buying seeds, especially this year^ The wise will select their seeds carlyi'thc ones coming late may not get what they want. We have all th best packs, McKenzies/Stcel Briggs and Ferry's. Also garden seeda in bulk. HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD go PHONE 5 25 I the local Immigralioii authorities tor ; tiui having conu'lie The volume ot trafle on, the �local market .is small and . spreads, oii .certain grades were a little bottov Irom Saturday's close. ' ,  The demand for cash;barley 'was good and spreads were unchaiigedl-Offerings were exceptionally llglU, . Tho demand was exceilentjbr .cash fla.'i and a few cars chttngeiV hands with spreads unchanged.; Oats future nmrkftt closed %c higher for May aniK%c tip for Jujy. > Uarley closed IT^o higlier for Sf�y. FIa.\ closed 5c higher for May higher for .luly futurrt.:!/,': WINNIPEG MARKET Oats- Open; . May......... .-.r-.-JIATi'- July .........  ,93Vt: Barley- Rough, Cracked ' Chapped Hands^^ oi^^aces speedily hpled by JEAM _ VELVA Greaseless-^You may draw yo\i% gloves on immediately C after using. Dehghtfully perfutned. 25c and 50c A sample for the asking. J. D. HigiMan & Co - Limited-- The Jtort "Al'jerta's Pioneer OruBQtsti^ Wholesale and Retail Chemlstv TELEPHONE No, 322 v Funeral of L.ite VV. G. Pennington The funeral of' the late William CiPorgR Pennington took placn at Fe( lerloy's parlors at -'..10 today. The nev. C. li. Snow ortieiated'. Back on the Route CITY ANb DISTTrICT For Flying Corps SIterifC Voun^, chairman ot the Flying Corps recruiting committee here ia in receipt of a lottor from hoid-((uartcrs at Wiiinlptg stating th.'^t while. rocriiUs tor ,the Flying Corps muHt first-report to-the depot battalions, iirrangoments bavo been milde whereby men Irom Alberta and Sas-kntchowun fiia)* have their .M.S.A. papers forwardcd-ilrom . Calgary � and llc-glna tft_Wlnnipeg. so that recruits on arriving at Winnipeg may first report to tho depot battalion there m-a mat.ter'of form, after- which they will go' to �the, flying boadriuartfrt;. This will.clear up n'ralsunderstandUiB' some recruits .llittVC, recently hnd. . --- Farewell Banqquet to Mr. Mackintosh :\ledlclne.irat .Vev.s: .' A] farev.-ell Odd Boilers For one cent a yard up. Wall Paperr u odfl lots must be cleaured ;oiit. \ i^oom Moulding, regular > 5c a foot for 3c a foot. Plate I^ail at reduced prices. RobeilSira^ilbiikjItiil'e Neil McVtcar. who went to the front i banquet. *.a'B tendereO.^' Supt. G. IJ. = with the o'Jth Battory. has returned to the city and has resumed hi.s foruinr occupation as a letter carrior in tho local post office. t Attorado Man Gassed .Mailed casually lists received lod;iv contain the name ot Pto. Anthony M Superior Supt^ly Co. ^ ^ 2nU Ave. s. and 13th Sir��t. '.'j- f.ilNiNO. BUJLDING * railw.w 8UPPM2�  f tQUU�MeNT^ TUOHORC .ANDERSON ^NO ''t^MERSON >AMm/ IMPteMCNT* GANG PtOWS. SWUKies FOftO ' TJ^AJSTOB (ATTAiCH. : SUCCieC' � -Mei^t^iV/r' o1em0cra7s AUTO TRAIl^^rs CULTIVATORS dij4d,-� ;t;N3l,!E; PHONE 172S-.TAKi a BUUS tlNt CAB Oats  .\'o. :.',(".\v.. .nvvi F.xtra 1 VoMi^ ... So. 1 Feed.. 901� Harloy-- No. a ......ITiiU llojeclcd .-..Mi Fl,ix- t N.W.C. . .. � .So. C.W.. .i'.CiS No, � C.Sv.. .U'lVs have i>i,r-n t,-;',cOB >it'waa suCod, 4,000 being in t;;8itr,v;Knough Canadian''sfert has now liucn .liiiirchBsod to sow 10,000 iicres. The isuuianteo fund is being raised ... �., .�3Vs [liy a pro-riisa contribution ^y the trade Retlaw Man's Mectel Mr. Frank Linaham of Retlaw has l)een the of a medal H'.>ut him by his brother in Franco, Mr, W. B. Linaham. Spr. 432969, anl dfv. sig. Co. C. 13. F. This If! the third medal won l>y him fpr bravery on the field. Mr. W. B. Llnuham went to Franc-; at tlu! commencoment of the war, as a prlvntd in the 49tl� and Is one o^ three Ictt in active service ot the 49th from which ho was transferred to Ills pros-, cut reglinent. \ To ^ure a Cold in One Day Take JjA-XATIVK HUOMO QUINI.S'F (Tablets.^ It slops the Cough and J^lendache and work's off the Cold. IC. IV. GROVE'S Blgnuture on each bo.\. 30c. ' � FORSALE CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY,. UPLAND.^ ALPAL-PA, MIXED TIMOTH,Y AND AM'ALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL ATTENi^lON TO ALL ORDERS. PROMPT SHIPMEf^T WRITE OR WIRE US'FOR . .PRICBS,. Sauiiders Hay Grain C- 122J 2nd Avehiia South. Telephona 732 New Glasgow/.-N, S., Barch l.-'l'hat'! the fatal the Allan shaft' on January 2S last, when 90 men lost ^ their llve,4,'Wfl8^ duo prohably to the act of an eiiemv was the Inference of the verdict given by .t;Iie coroner's jury which hsis ben liiuulrlng Into the facts. The verdict; contained thntstatoment that on the day (ifter tiio olipldslon, u-])iece of .wire tvaa foiind which was altogether, drt^oro'nl from any used by the coal;compatliyV' The Jury : reijoiiimendcd that the-Nova Scotia government be^askod to i appoint, an export cgmnilssiou to Investigate afl the conditions ot the ox-I)loBlon.,j ; .Vo.: 2 l)'e(�d..SGV. No;-4 ......ITVAi l^ced .......142 X(),!! CiVV.-..;i5� Winnipeg LIVo ^tock WiniilpOK, Mar. 4.- rOtteringa at tho. Union stock Juirda today �y(fivo_.St!Q cattle r.nd 591 hbgs. The raariiotB were steady. v''' ' ', ' � ' Qiiolatlonr. Butcher steevs.'fT.UO to VXa.OO; heifers, ,1:7.00-to $10.60 J cow,j. $4,56 to $10.00; bull^,. W.OO tov$8;pO.; osen, ifS.oo to ?9.25; atookevs . and Ceed^rs. 7.U0 to JO.S.dalfeli,'�$6M to na.oo. Hpga: selecw, Uf^iVtat, HAIUHN CROWDED WITH REKUOEES .V l-'aciiii- l^ort, Mor. 4.-Captjiln .1. 'G. .Miller, who was ae^t to Uusslu by 'the American govornra#ht as mlllUiry attache to the- Ait]ieiric�^ ombaHsyat I'etrognid returned, today on a I'aoltlc liner fronv tiarbln. Ho says thftt Harbin ia iivPrflowfng'. with, wealthy refugees who have fled, from the terrorized districts in Iluasla ncv in aontrot of the Bolehovlkl, 'I'hore is only one paaseiiger traltia wook boing ov*erat6d ou tUa, Trans-Siberian UanroaU. , ANNOUNCEMENT ,'I'hf ol.ii uduge, ":,;inl8tor'B Children ni'i! alwaj^i worse than anyone else's," jLi cloaii'ly proven by the minister's twin dnughtors, Sara and Sally In tho play tUi "iiusy i0c. . =^ � � PAY ENEMV ALIENS JUST ENOUGH TO LIVE � 'I'oronto, iMar. 4,-Cdutrojler MqHHiIq, will move at..tho.b|jard that thO-Pomlnlon government be irtemorlaliy.dd to topscrlpt enemy, ttlioha^irid pay .ilioBi (uioa'gb to live ii'hd- use the rest of the wttgcB for,patriotic purposes �> ? ? Chbice MEATS Better meats '^hrq'uBlii oiTr phone service, Try It;', rcouwry ' -Thi Alberta Meat'. M*''**' th^ Oldest Eirt^^ Mei^fMirkei^mtlM^ I / tndcr quoted at iiooo-todoyat j a biisfiel. your!e, safje-at theisInitary shop: WESTBROOK^BROS. Opposite Bank of Meiitraa) �:� �""FAMiEl:-:--'! PORTRAITURE .Mak^Mt'aik auntutl ittutf: to. yquii^Pw *� h�T� lr��ir chlia-' ien's photo takien,, youwill ba ..creating ,abiding ; ploasures for ydurivlBter-^oai'S;j;^ .,, ,,f^}^mrtli'S; .9b(^isl!Klr^.iAye. S.iv: ;|�H6hi 147r-- .� �,� POR SAL,E ��, CAR FEED CORN ,'� ,,; � INv STOCK , ' F. O. HYDE & CO. Phcpy 1244 Lathbridga^ Everything Fot flm Onim^ Letter Fillnfl Stack, 4 drawers, funr�ed oak Lettar-Pllln'oStaok, 4 drawers, fumed oak ....... Flat-Top Offloe. Desk, fumed oak, 34 by 54 In.ches Royal Typewriter* No. 5, nearly new ,......----- 922.50 S13.60 �44.6d ....... SMylno eli�where, ' A FULL UINE OF OFPIC^ fTATIONf RY. EVERALL dk FRANK9 8lnnotv/i)ock, eo�-,:4'th /ive, find SthSt. ' ., PIf ne. np? ?9346129 40 ;