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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta DIRECT FTROmItHE FARM *' TO YOUR TABLE . When. You Buy Meats From Us DELANYS MEAT CO. riFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS^HOTEU PHONE 433 ! ? Pleas^renvmbcr that wc hnvc our basement devoted to this line throughout the entire year. You can, therefore,' always depend on having a large display Ic choose from. ^ . THE KENNY & ALLIN GO, Ltd. ^^f^S21 Store NEXT " DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 The earlj' biid gists the worm and so with buying seeds, jespecially this year. Jlie wise will select their seeds early, the ones coming liitema^ get what they want. We have all the^sest packs, McKenzies, Steel Briggs arid Ferry's. Also garden seeds in bulk. ^IGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE . 5 2s5 NEXT OF KIN V T-I SEE THE PREMIER CAN BORROW INEY TO BUY SEED GRAIN raise money under tlio guarantee of the provincial Rovornment for this purpose. 'It is the luteiition." said Mr, Gar-iepy speakiu.e: of. tho effect of the leg-islatinn "lo have a survey t(x ascertain how much grain is reqtiireU, ths ftinount of-^nouey necessary and when that intoriuatiou has been obtained, the government will guarantee (ho loan lo supply the seed grain needs of the individual iiihabitauts of the territory in question." Prodtit'tion is onr motto aiul that is how we are tr>ing to promote it," (Special to the Heralil) > Kdiuouton, Mar. a.-rA'deputation friuti the next-of-kin associations of Kdmoiiton .nnd Calgary waited Upon the pruinicr today with respect to tho bill proposing incovporatloti of tho next-of-kin associations. Calgary women object to incorporation as a, charitable aiul social ors.tnizfttlon which it was declared would be the effect If the nssociaTion now Incorporatei! on the Hues of the proposed bill. Premier Stewart suggested the women getting together and seeing him again. tSpeeial to thf Hclillil) Kdniouion. ."Mar. fi.-Hon. Wilfri'". Gariei).v introduced in tho legislature this afternoon a bill Cor the nuitioat!on of rural, municipalities and local 1m-proiement dislrictii. When the act added the minister, comes operative mere wiii be oalr on-form of rural organixation In Alberta and. the new title ivill be "municipal i ilistrlcts." WANT TWO MINISTERS Si. John. N.B,. .Mar. 5.-The-St. .',ohn board of trade yestertiay endorsed the But the most important features o{ 1 resolution of the Halifax board of the legislation is the power it will con-1 trade asking a division r>t the federal portfolio of marine and fisheries, with a separate minister to attend only to fcr upon the municipal districts to lend money for the purchase of seed grain. Each one will be authorized fislieries interests. =S3 iXOYD GEORGE AND THE WAR -7---- ' "*-*' ' " IS LLOYD GEORGE SLIPPING BACK? IJowiiing street men and War Cabinet men are in the scales of l)ublic judgment-. Col. Johii Bayne ilaclean .contributes to the March issue of MACLEAN'S MAGAZINE a strong article dealing .wllU the need for efficiency in the Lloyd Ccorge Government. .  " � This contribution is one of a notable series by JOHN BAYNE MACLEAN FOR SALE BY I The Twentieth Century Book Store ( "everybody.'s book shop" 514)F0URTH avenue  PHONE 613 UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS AND' SERVICE THOS. F. RYAN LOCALREPRESENTATIVE, ALEXANDRA HOTEL, OB P.O, BOX 408 ^ TYPEWRITERS REBUILT OR EXCHANGED. "ALL MAKES. LASTING QUALITY i.s put into everyjob of tin and sheet metal vt.ork that is turned out bx ui. That is the. oniy kind of work that pays. Sheet insta! of the very best tjuaHty only ir, iisod by U8 on all work. This together with oiir ample equipnieni and expert workmen assure yon of perfect .work at 4II times. Ltt us estiuiatfi on your next job. The Dixon Sheet M^tal Co. l^.EAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHaRIOeE. ALBERTA 95% IS-'Vs 381^2 Winnipeg Grain' Mirkett T "Winnipeg. March 5.-The feature of the cash market today'was the exceptionally light offerings of all coarse grains, coupled with a good demand and requirements not filled. Consofiuently prices for barley and fla.v went to new high levels aiid oats ' prices were approaching the ' ma.xi-, mum. I The spreads on cash oat.s wore l-2c ' better on all straight grades, f Barley spreads were, unchanged prices advancing sharply in unison witli IhR future market. The tlax market was tiulet. owing to lh-� small amount of offerings. Oats futures closed 1 l-2c higher for May and 1 5-Sc hlgliei; tor J�ly. Flax closed 8 cents higher for May Barley closed 2 7-Sc. higher for May. and six cents higher for July. . Winnipeg Market. Oat-'i- May .............. .15% July...... ... .. 94ig Barley- -May .. .......... ISOVb Klas- May........37G-S7 July............ inS'i Cach Prices Oats- Xo. 2 C.W... 991,8 .\o. 3 C.W... Extr.T Xo. 1 feed ____.......... Xo. 1 feed.. 92% Xo. 2 feed.. Barley- Xo. 3 ......179?8 Xo. 4 ......174% Rejected ..............N ____148 Feed........................146 Plax- Xo. 1 .\. W. C.................3801,4 Xo. 2 C.W.. .3751.4 Xo. 3 C."iV.. .358 Winnipeg Live Stock -Winnipeg, March 5.-Receipts at the L'nion Stock "i'ards today were again light. The offerings were 2Q0 cattle and 400 hogs, which were ac^d at steady prices. � , Btitcher steers'$7to�JU.5D; heifers f-7 to $10.50; cows, $4.50.to.$9.50; bulls ' $6 to 58.50; oxen, $5 to $9,60; stock-ers^ and feeders, $7 to $9; calves, ?C.l> to- $12." Hogs, selects. $19.10; heavies,' �i4 to $15; sows, $12 to $13; light, $14 to ?15, . � ; . Calgary Live Stock � , .1 � Calgary. March 5.-Top steers .are quoted at $11.50 to '$12; cows H' to $9.75, Arrivals are Ujht andiletnand indifferent. Buyers, are qonflnlpg' their hog bids to $1S iind Ihere is no An Effective Healing Ageiii For the Home Every home should be provided with a gdid healing agent to apply t(? burns, cuts, .sores and other injtiri^g. HANDY OINTMENT is precisely what is needed in such cases.. lt".,soothes wounds and inflami-.iation like niagic. Keep a tube of this in the home. You'll find almost daily use for-U.'ii;. . Price 50c THE R^D CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LIMITED PHONE 555 PUBLISH NAMES OF ALL MEN EXEMPTED Calgary, .\iar. - .\ccordiug Jlo a statement made to uewspapermen'thls miJrnlng by J. Jl. Curson, rogistrar for Alberta under tho Military Service Act, -a list sli.ortly will bo published in the press of oncJi centre of the province of names of men who have been exempted on other than medical grounds. Tho purpose of this, according to Mr. Carson,*' will be to encourage the public to report cases of men not really entitled to exemption on tho merits of their cases to obtain the same from local trlbunnUs. Officials of the Military Service office here also think publicity at this sort will compel raiiny men who have been graiited exemption to report for service. The list for the city'of Calgary Is now being compiled. General .lohn Hughes, inspector-general of tlie forces in tho west, who la I here today, announces that Snrcco , cnmp will bo operated agniii this yo:ir but on a comparatively small scale. CITY AND DISTRICT Hear Grand Lodge Reports The representatives to the recent Bession of Grand I^odge will give tlioir j'ei)orts at tonight's mooting of Viadu�t Lodge Xo. l.O.O.K, Refreshmcnt.s will be served. 96ii 9oi,i 88% is expected that botii' hog and cattle values will hold steady throughout the week. QtllNINE containing in A VERY agreeabl^FOR^ THE . . . STIMULATfNG PROPERTIES OFr*HE8fe:?VW.ejl.L- KNOWN CURATIVE AGENTS, MAKING IT AN IDEAL REMEDY FOR WEAKENEOi'JCONDITIONS OF THE SYSTEfJl, ARISING FROM OVERWORkj^MENTAL .... strain, COLDS, GENSRAL DEBILITY. EfTC., ETC. $1.00 PER BOJTLE. J. D. Nigiebolkan k Co � � Limited ' 7k9 "Alberta's Pioneer Drugglatt* Wholesale and Retail Chemists TELEPHOiNE No. 322 Steele \Vas Disoharged In Supremo Court this morning Jas. Steele, who was on'trial yesterday on a charge of attempted rape, was discharged. His Lordship Mr. Justice Ives holding that the evidence against him was not sufficient on which to convict. I- � � Everyont AAmifes Them! /The patterns are beautiful, because they are designed. ,by America's foreihos^ rug' experts, men who know decorative requirements for the horne. You would , never guess vthey cost so' little, they are sa=artistic. And they-Stay beautiful and keep your house looking Qjesentable al-Avaye.'A damp mop inetalnily . makes . them look fresh and bright The reason ia the firm, 'Waterproof surface gives no lodgement for dust and dirt and the comers never curl up. They cost less, last longer and ate far better than ,low-priced woven or iibe^ruga'.i You will like'ihern because they combine the-'tWo thingK most desired ^y the iipMo-^ate housekeeper: the tril^ iaribtia ihc perfectly ttmiMiry.' � Cdnsumers Hardware Gd^ .\NNOUNCEMfiNT A public last and will give, you ;:a couple, of liourn of genuine inerrlment. Several iiju.'ilcar iiunjberrf. .are interspersed throughout tile pliiy, thus adding variety nnd humor to it. Come and' see It given by tho G, P. 0. at the Uni^d church on Friday, March 8th at elBht o'clock. FOR SALE CAR FEED CORN ^ IN STOCK 1. 0. HlfDE & CO. Phone 1244 , /- . Lethbrld(e , THE MQLINE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR'f la^'v A 24 HOOR HORSE, IT IS THERE WITHi THE GOODS WHEN T,HE flUSH 18 ON. (TEATS ONliY WHEN ir WORKST' S. O. E, Meeting The S. 0, E. Red and While i:)egrees will meet in the S.O.E. hall tomorrow (Wednesday) evening. The executive is a.=ikod to meet punctually al 7.30. Red Koso Degree commences at S o'clock, to be'followed by'White Degree, including Inlliations. For the Red Cross f The Hgn. Treas. of the Hed Cross Society ncknowledgoH with thanks u donation of ;$1.").00 from the Crystal Lake School'District, per Mr. Ingram, unil $'25.00 from the Red Cross Society lit Spring Coulee. This amount was raised by a sale of books donated by Miix Bornhani. S. o. E. Meetings g The Sons of England, Red Rose l)e-gfeo, will meet tomorrow evening (Wedne8dai')-in the S O, IC. ha^ at 7.30 p.m. to be followed at 8 o'clock by liiltliition in tho White Rose Degree. All White Rose members are urgently requested to attend both meetings.. / ' Is a rltorier of War. That Lieut; Oarold Watrfon Dilvis of Maclood'ls now a prisoner of war at Bad Kolberg,' Germany, la the information contained in the mailed casualty. lists received, today. Lieut. Dtiv-Is Is'^a son of Mrs. D. W. Davis, and is one of. the old timers of Macleod. Ho was takeii on the strength at Port Arthur, lie Is a son of the late U. W, Davis, cx-M. P. , �Victoria, B. C, Mar," 5.-Guarded by a red-uniforiUed sergeant and twelve lufatitrymcn, � the body of tho late Premier Brc.Tvstet lay In'state in tho legislative hall lUst night. It was moved from the undertaking rooms at five o'6lock, raembei's of the executive acting as bearern, while.other rcpresentu-lives in the holfse attended liV n body. This' morning. the Komborly-drnppil hall was opened to tho public nnd many citizons gathered to file past llio bier-and gazo for the last tttne al tho fact of the-piemier. Arrangements for the. funovBl ".this afternoon con lomplatert removal of the caftket from the parliament buildings at 3.15 o'clock to tho Metropolitan Church for the funeral services conductctl by Rov. Clifford Parker, assisted by llev. j. L. Campbell, of Vancouyer, nnd Row. Dr. Clay of this city. ^ ./ -'�-'^ PROVINCIAL POLICE ARE NOT EXEMPT Uetore moving ,we\Are reducing our stock. Regular $1.00 Dolla, 75C' Regular 65c Dolls, 50c RalwrtSDII^S BookStore Calgary, Mar. 5,-That the fact of a man being a member of the provincial police force does not warrant exemption under tho'Military Service'Act, is the ruling of Jlr. ,Justice Duff, tho central uupeal court, jutlge. A test case was ffmdo by the proviticlal police authorities in connection with Constable Evan Baeil; Davles, � who has been in charge of a.dtitachineut; of the force at VegreviUe. , ' y : - FAMOUS CRICKETER ' KILLED IN ACTION Capt. Bob Pearson Here Next Sunday Lethbfidge is to have 11 visit next Sundfty from Capt. Robert Pearson, who will be here to preach the anniversary sermons of Wesley church. Capt.- Pearson fought in the war and was wounded. Ho will carry a pieco of Blu'apncl'in hi.s body tor life. He is back in Canada to represent iho soldiers In, the Alberta Legislature to �which hody the boys overseas elected him, by u big lead. Capt. Pearson has a fine story to tefTlrfrout our soldiers. ' Mr. Patrjck Reaches City J. J;l.'Patrick, the well known Irapov-iter of purobrod cattlo and sheep, arrived this morning from lldorton. Out., to prepare tor his big aalo of -purobi'ed Shorthorifs nnd Horetords on March 2Qth. iPhla will be the third sale Mr. Patridk has conducted hero, and will he the bIggoBt of the Irtt. Part of the sliiphient of 70, view In a few days. Mr. Paidley of Lacombe Svlll be fhe, � # :��*  �0' FOR PHE!*(IIER,OF B. C. , Vlct)aria^,;::yta,r, 5.-f he choice for premtijr lb' succeed the Into Hon. H. e. Brt3W8tor, lies be- ?  ? twaon , Hon., .Johi) Oliver and Hon, Dr. King, . FAMILY ' PORTRAITURE Mako .jt an annual duty 4o .yourselves to have your chlW-ion's photo takep. YoUkWlU bn creating:I�hl