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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Ccme in and sec us about th.-t Piano you are thinking of buybuj. We w'lt npprccintc n c.tII from yon ASSINIBOIA music co.. ltd. everything musical Phone 1545. 315 6th St. 0.. Lethbridrr. A!ta HERALD I HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN FROM A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. DIRECT FROM THE FARM TO YOUR TABLE When You Buy Meats Frcm Us DELANYS MEAT i lie early bird gets the worm and so with buying seeds, especially this year. The wise will select their seeds early, the or.cs coming late may not get what thev want. th $>". OPPOSITE: DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 We have all the best packs, McKenzics, Steel Briggs and Ferry's. Also garden seeds in bulk. Toys Toy 1 Pirate remember we h.ivc our basement devoted to this fine, throughout the entire You can, therefore, always depend en having n Inrge display \* choose frcm. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. next DALLAS HOTEL Store phone 1487 HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 525 Everyone A dmires Them I The patterns are beaiitiful because they are designed by America s foremost rug experts, men who know decorative requirements for the home. You woul4 never guess they cost so little, they are so artistic. FAMOUS COLONEL TO EXCEPI STORES BATTALION OF DEATH __ t I :he lot\jj immigration authorities for I no; having comnliod with the hnml- ; ion h*'.v-. Through intercession j . on "hoir behalf hy prominent citr/on^. | : tiiey nerc released and are now at work ourp more On" of lite wemen was a private in � ihe biHMliou of death and- another ] was a nursing s:5ier in the same unit. | The nam^s of the young women art1 ; Mdnhiche. ex-private; Ella Uauske. ex-i nurs*\ BASE IN FRANCE \Vashiugton. Mar. 4.-Uuildiug a $12.-tKni.ouu ordnance base in France, whieh Ihtiuax. Mar. Three yuuni: llti.v y=i;m women. rw j;av here as thev ! will include approximately twenty had heard so nuuii of uie rood .wage* i iar*e storehouses, 12 shop building, in t'amulu. The e;i;n;im of ihe dhi;>!on'- hundred smaller suop* and magu-mi which thev were ^erviiijr as wait-; /me? ;uul machine tool equipment. r*sse$, permitted them to land, but  costing ahaut $:..�M.OJ'�m>, was annoum-.lid not furnish them .vuh pj.-?spon5. t ^ ''-^y I'V x^ war department, .^ouii after ihey landed they secured I ' " t-mploymen: at a loeal restaurant as j Henry K. Hamritcra. a well known w.utres^es. hut were apprehended by i Toronto shoe manufaeiurer. is dead. New York. March 4.-Word of the! death hy drowning near Johannes- ! buvg. South Africa, of Col. Johann \V. t'olhrauder, widely known for his lead-! orship of various commands, in cam-; paigns against the African natives � and Boer?, wa? receiveil here today.; He was over sixty years of age. The veteran warrior, whose hotly was tit- \ erally covered with sears of spear i wounds received in encounters in the � Afriean jujngles, way playing a part ! in u moviug picture production when he fell from his hors^ whilp fording n river. He was drowned before re?- ( cuers could reach him. ! Fov his services in organizing and ! heading "Kitchener's Fighting Scouts" and "t'olhranders Boys" in African j ourhrcaks. Col. Colbrander was made ; I a {'omtuauder of tlie Bath in VJ02. He If you do not own an alcohol stove get one. should are certainly convenient in emergency. The (lame from alAhol never * smells, tor-there is no smoke. We have a splendid Hue at a speeial pric? of 50c each They are safe and reliable i We ais.o handle "Sterna** stoves and ''Canned Hent." That is Indication From (he Capital-For Duration of the War Calgary, Mar, 4.-Retail stores in Alberta are to be excepted from that portion of the Factory Act which prevents them from keeD-inq open on Saturday nights according to an Edmonton dispatch to the Herald. The exemption will be for the duration of'the war. And they May beautiful and keep youf ho tine looking presentable always. A damp mop instantly makes t h q m look fresh and bright The reason is the firm, waterproof surface gives no lodgement for dust and dirt and the corners never curl4up. They coat less, last longer and are far better than low-priced woven or fiber ruga. You will like them because ^hcy combine thch \ bus been under consideration by 'he __ _ J For Flying Corps i Siierii'L Vounp:, chairman oi the KJy-j ins ''orprf recruiting committee here ! is in receipt of a loiter from hoTd- j quarters at Winnipeg slating- th;vt while rneruits for the Inlying (.'orps must first report to (he depot batial-ions, arrangements have bo^n made whereby men from Alhertu ami �Sas-Uatehcwim may have thulr 31.S.A. pap-�u's forwarded from Calvary and lie- S gina to-Winnipeg, ho that recruit.s on v city council for a lonir time is nmv in, , . .. 'I shape and will be passed .shortly. arriving at Winnipeg may tirst re- J i \ Toronto March !.-It is reported i here that the Gordon, Ironside and Fares Company of Winnipeg, hairbeen i bought by Toronto interests. The j purchasers are said to be the Umris | Abattoir Company of this cUy. \ The report, which is quite definite. ;' is to the effect that the Harris Abat-i toir has secured 51 per com of the f common stock of the Gordon. Ironside and Fares Company, ^giving it absolute control. Rough, Cracked Chapped Hands oi^faces speedi'v healed bv EAM � ^ VELVA j' "r o.,,i,,(�, '� nuil.tor of form. after which tlK'.v v.t Gr easel es ou mav draw youf gloves on im- IKETS me diatelv I port to the depot battalion there a-t Funeral of Late W The funeral oi .....................r|M ..... . . ,. C.eorKr Pennington took piac at Fe' j 1 hls wiU.clear up n misumlcrstamUn terley's parlor* at l!.:h> today. Ttiv ; :;�,ue recruits have reeentiy hud. i Uev. C. F. Snow officiated'.  , �----------- [ -----......~ �- 'Farewell Banqquet to Mr. Mackintosh I Back on the Route . .Medicine Hut Xe\..s: A fa rev; ell , i .Wit MeYiear. who went to the fnmt baiiqunt was tendered^ Supt. C. I) ' (wiih th . Alaekintosh at the Cecil Motel  on the city and bus resumed his former . Thursday night by the heads of *he oecupution as a letter carrier in the j various doparfments of the local ('. . local post office. : J*. n. division,. Toasts of "Thp Kim:." j ---- ; -Our Guest." "TheC. P. U.*' and "The /# Altorado Man Gassed ( Ladies" Were Kpukeu to )�y Messrs. i Mulled casually lists received today ' G. TwLsf. ;.T;" ?.Iact'ouri( ('. I). MacUin- j contain the name of Pte. Anthony Afc-1 tosh and J. V. McXab. while musical; Millan -who has been ku.u-.cTi. lie join-' numbers added ze�r. to the proceed-! ed at Medicine iTar. but c;une from : i1)gs. Scotch selections being rendered , Altorado. His wife is now living in Calgary. Mock Parliament For one cent a yard up. Wall Papers in odd lots i>ust be cleared out, 3oom Moulding, regular 5c a foot (or 3c a foot. Plate Rail at reduced prices. Robertson's Book Store usmn. "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS AND SERVICE THOS. F. RYAN LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE, ALEXANDRA HOTEL, OR P.O. BOX 408 TYPEWRITERS REBUILT OR EXCHANGED. ALL MAKES. I WINNIPEG MARKETS | Winnipeg. Mar. 4.-The huge sbort-r^-|; age of the better grud* of seed oats in j the western province* is reflected in the ligrut offerings that are being.mad.* I on the local market from day to day. j ; In addition to ihe seed commissioner, ' who is still looking for large quantities, there is a very fair demand both; | for milling and export purposes. i i The volume of trafle on the Ioe;!l1 | market is nrnall and spreads on cer-; tain grade? were a little bettor from Saturday's close. Delightfully perfumed. 25c and 50c A sample for the asking. J. D. Higiobotha in compliment to the guest. SlnctO"  regret that. Sunt. Mackintosh, who hy his unfailing courtesy and t*oiu\ J'cllmv-, chip has earned the, esteem and ap-'Mmorrow night at the Mork Parlia-; probation of his colleagues, was Jeay-mftnt in V/c.sley Hall the hill to give ! jnE Medicine Hut. and good wished rhc .franchise to women in Dominion j for his fuLure success were expressed elections ..vill ho introduced and debated. A full uttendance of memhevs is requested. hy the speakers and thai his abiiUv as a railroader hail received recognition from the. company. i Limited The "Al'jerta's Pioneer Drugglsti" Whoier.rde and Retail Chemises. TELEPHONE No. 322 Champion Child's Death : Ccneva Belle hh�yd. aged 'J. year-. , and S months .died in the city on S-it-i urday. She was the daughter of Mr. |and Mrs. )>. P. Lloyd, of Champion, j j The-body is to be shipped from Mae-Kay and MacKay':' parlors to Champ ion for interment. ! .___________ , i HAYFQR SALE h �� _ "* *, CARLOADS OH LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALFALFA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS. PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South Telephone 732 Retlaw Man's Medal | Mr. Frank hinaham of Retlaw ha: ' just, been the recipient of a medal scut ! him by his brother in Franc. Mr. E DISASTER Choice MEATS ettcr meats through oifr phone service, Try it. \:\ New Glasgow, X. S, liart-h -l.-Thai! '(The fatal explosion .In the, Allan shaft. ! The demand for cash barley was ! good and spreads were unchanged. Oi'-\ feriuRs were exceptionally light. Thr> demand was excellent I'oi* ea^l; i \ flax and a few ears changed hands with spreads unchanged. Oats future mhrke.t closed ">.(' jB. r-inaham. hpr. 4JJ! - 1   � . * * * i 1 i  - . - . - - * � i) | ^> CASH PPICES t *' i'll/' inissKiiim- in the diked Kingdom. Th-i 'i{ ' Clos- , report sfsn^s- that at a meeting of the ' ....."" !*."^sc. ! IriKh linna trade held in Belfast, it' - vvorv/ L-irMT !>�;-, 1 was deri�i,,,| to raise a fund of ?2,W>.- \ Ax>Vfj^CtoiillaP* I OitO i.o latiiif-h a s(!iienie tor growing; 'be "bl adage, ".'.iinister's Children 1T'.'\ greatly in. reasod crops of flu.v se;*d ] "i*1- aiway'; worse ihan nnyone eh-e's," \in Ireland Civ; thousand acres of land : ] 'dearly proven by the minister's the verdict given by the coroner's jury which has ben inquiring into Die facts. The verdict contained tin* statement that on the day after the explosion, a piece of wire was found which-was altogether different from any used by the eoal company. nended that t.h^ inent he aakod to commission to in-�;onditions of the. explosion.. Li I R. C0ULTRY The Alberta Meat Market The Oldest Established Meat Market in the City. i v v PAY ENEMY ALIENS JUST ENOUGH TO LIVE - I I r P Oafs The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. (1 cArl STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDC-E. ALBERTA '.(>. - r.\V.. i Fxtra 1 1-V'f'd . . � Xo. ] F v No. 2 Xo. 4 l'Ye;| 4 * !�'F { by a pro-r..;, contribution ^v the irade. i gu.. i^nteu fund is beinn raised f J ^ F * 1711 4 * * * * Xo. " C.W.. -N public dance will he held in the K. of i\ hall on Thursday, March 7th. 10 very body .velcoiet . Miss Arnold's orchestra hi attendance, i Jen is WITH REFUGEES ' i*ar,k/' t J'aci.j. i'ort, Mar. 4.-Captain .1. Miib i \.h(� was sent lo Uussia bv HAKKIN CROWDED * * l .�c. ! v thai the Dominion government be memorialized to eojificrtpt enemy aliens arid pay ihem enough to live and use the rest of the wager, for .patriotic purposes. V & + i:UJO am, n,;tj]v willH whilL Ue has fter j inn is -.vertlowing will) wealthy re- j his heari on, as �e�m in the plav "The" 4 *� *i Quoia;:oTi--: i3ut-her f-teers, $7.00 to lu^Pf;s vi;" bave I'lcd from the terror- ( nu*y Ladies' Aid" given bv the Juu : .VU'.oy; heifers. $7.00 to 510,50; eowj. \/>:ti di-=fric*s in Uu.sfsia nc-v in fonirol j [or cias^ r t h at the United Church on 2nti Ave. 5. and t3th Street. MINiNC. BUILDING & RAILWAY SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT TUOHOPE ANDERSON AND"EMERSON FARM IMPLEMCNTJ GANG PLOWS StJLKies FORD TRACTOH  ATTACr*. cfUGCIES ME NTS DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS Ci:4D.-R 'UUli: El PHONE 1725-TAKE a CUL'S LJNC CAR : $i.5y to SJu.uu; hull*,. ?6.o0 to Sb.r.0; i �' UV: ^'"^bcvlki. There v- only one ! Friday. March S.;ai \\ o'clock. Admls-! foxen. K.i.o to $y.25; stocksrs ?vnd 11'^seuger u-ain a wesk being operated \ sfoij by programme, ^ and 50c. j i feeders. to .ealfes io ,011 1 ^ ^na-Siberian Railroad. ! 7te] \ 1 Hoi's: telecvii. ^.10:- heavies, ' ?Uto io $lo.00: bows, $U'.oO to 5l3.0u; j i H'j.'jo to ^U>.uu; iigiat J-14.U0 to- j Price of potttccft R.-�-;nj. yask.. ^lar/ 4.--'holftiuh ! 1 price of potatoes j;i carload lots or mder qacted at noon today at M : �<, .-. h;i�he!. ' YOUR'E SAFE-AT THE SANITARY SHOP. WESTBROOFOBROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal POR SALE CAR FEED CORN IN STOCK F. O. HYDE & CO. Phone 1244 Lethbridge t Everything For the Office- Letter Filing Stack, 4 drawers, fumed oak....................$22.50 Letter Filing Stack, 4 drawers, fumed oak................... $13.50 Flat Top Office Desk, fumed oak, 34 by 54 in.chcs............$44.50 Royal Typewriter, No. 5, nearly new ....................... $65.00 Underwood Rebuilt, No. 4.................................... $65.00 L. C. Smith, No. 5, very little used............................$75.00 Wcoditock Typewriter, No. 5, brand new, regular price $130-00. Wilt ell ut $95.00 for a short time to introduce. See thJa machine before buying elsewhere. A FULL LINE OF OFFICE OTATION^RY. EVERALL & FRANKS Sinnott Block, cor. 4th Ave. and 5th St. Ph^ne 110? ;