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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Com; in and see us about Hint Piano yen are thinking of inlying. We will appreciate ~ -.-nil from yon ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO... LTD. ' EVERYTHING MUSICAL .Phone 1545, 315 6II1 St. 3.. Lcthbrid-s. A!;.; L LETHBR1DGE DAILY HERALD i J HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. DIRECT FROM THE FARM TO YOUR TABLE When Yoa Buy Meats From Us DELANYS .MEAT CO. 'J.-TH :V.\ rPPOSITC *V,LLAS�HOTEL PHONT. 4 32 SEEDS s! Toys ! Pleise,. remember th.U w;" our basement devoted to this line t'-.rojghout the entire year. You can. therefore, always depend en having a large d'Spiny w chocse from. j THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. ^$&f���2!~ Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 14S7 The early bird gets the worm and so with buying seeds, especially this year. The wise will select their seeds early, the coming late may not get what they want. \Ve have all the test packs, McKenzies, Steel Briggs and Ferry's. Also garden seeds in bulk. HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE , S 25 n U TOBUYSEEDGRAIN �ji|vei.t! t.. tli- H.-.iM' Edmonton. M.v. 5- lion. Wilfrid Cariepy introduced in ill" legislature this afternoon a bill lor tin- unification of rural muni', ipalilie-; ami local iui IMOveraeni districts., When the ait l>e-I'onies operative mere v. in lit- ,u'.y or. � form of rural organisation in Albert.i ami the new title will he "municipal distrli ts." Hut tliti most imponart feature-tile legislation is the power it will co i-">r upon tlie municipal districts �� lend money for ihe purchase of seed grain. Each one will he authorised raise monty p.!n:. | Flax - ! May .......... t'.Ttl-r.l I July ............ :'.TS't j Cash Prices i Oats - Ef: " ;ent For the Home Kvery home should be provided with a good healing agent to apply to? burns, cuts, sores a:ul other injuries. HANDY OINTMENT is precisely what is needed in such cases. It soothes wounds and inflammation like magic. Keep a tube of this in the home. You'll find almost daily-use for it.  Price 50c THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LIMITED PHONE �55 I PUBLISH NAMES OF ALL MEN EXEMPTED j Calgary, Mar. .">, - Aecordiug to a : statement made to newspapermen this j morning by J. M. Cavsnn, registrar for Alberta under the Military Service j Act. a list xli.irlly will he published in I the press of each cenlre of the prov-j iiH'e of names of men who have been I exempted on other than medical ; grounds. The purpose of this, accjrding m \ Mr. Cars on.v will be to encourage, the ! public to report cases of men not ly entitled to exemption on the- merits i of their cases to obtain the same from � local tribunals. Officials of the Military Service office here also lliink pub-I Hetty of this son will compel many f men who have been granted exemption | to report for service. The for tlie ! city of Calgary is now being compiled, j General John Hughes, inspector-gen-1 era! of the forces in Ihe west, who >:; i here today, announces thai Sarcoo nip will be operated again this year j , but on a comparatively small settle. i Everyone Admires Them! /The patterns are beautiful because they are designed by America's foremost rug experts, men who know decorative requirements for the home. You would never guess they cost so little, they are so artistic. And ihey stay beautiful and keep your house looking presentable always. A damp mop instantly makes tliem look fresh and bright The reason is the �rrn, waterproof surface gives no lodgement for dust and dirt and the corners acver curl up. 1 hey cost less, last longer and are far better than low-priced woven or fiber ruga. .�' You will like them because they combine the two things most desired bv the up-to-date housekeeper: the truly artistic and the perfectly sanitary. Consumers Hardware Co. CITY AND DISTRICT Hear Grand Lodge Reports j The representatives, to the recent I session of Grand Lodge will give their j reports at. tonight's meeting of Viadu�t bodge Xo. l.O.O.K. Refreshment,-- ; will be served. LIES IN STATE f>7'8 1 !>-".� CIS?, i Xo. -i c.w... :tfti; 1 Extra Xo, 1 feed j Xo. I feed . . 92-~8 Barlov- iXo. :: ......IT!'', � Rejected ......... ! Feed ............ i Flax- ! Xo. 1 X. W. P. . ' xo. -i c.w.. .::t:.'� c.w. Xo. feed. Xo. 4 � !�5'-, . SfPis .1745, .148 .141! -35S UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS AND SERVICE thos. f. ryan LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE, ALEXANDRA HOTEL, OR P.O. BOX 408 TYPEWRITERS REBUILT OR EXCHANGED. ALL MAKES. Xo. :S C.W* Winnipeg Live Stock - Winnipeg. Match 3.- Receipt s at. I ho Union Stock Vard.s today were again light. The offerings were Con cattle .-.and 4oo hogs, which were sold at �V ! steady prices. Butcher steers 57 to*$11.30; bulls SG to $$.50: oxen. $5 to $9.50: stock-ers. ami feeders. $7 to SI'; calves, ."U..^ io $1-. Hogs, selects. slfHij; heavies, *U to JlTi; sows, ?li: tu $1'": light. 51t to ij-15. Calgary Live Stock Caigai'v, March 5.-lop steers are quoted at $11.50 to cows ?9 to �$ft.7"). Arrivals are light and dcmzntl iudifferent. Buyers are confining tlic-ir hog bids to 5>1S and there ia no volume of trade in this department. It1 is expected that both hog and cattle value.-! will hold steady throughout '-he weak. QUININE IRON AND WINE CONTAINING IN A VERY AGREEABLE- FORM THE . STIMULATING PROPERTIES OF, *RH�SE,5y-W.ELL KNOWN CURATIVE AGENTS. MAKING IT AN IDEAL REMEDY FOR WEAKENED CONDITIONS OF THE SYSTEM, ARISING FROM OVERWORK, MENTAL .... STRAIN, COLDS, GENERAL DEBILITY. ETC., ETC. $1.00 PER BOTTLE. J. D. Higieboikam & Co " Limited --- The Store "Al'jerta's Pioneer Druggist** Wholesale and Retail Chemists, TELEPHONE No. 322 Victoria. 13. ('.. Mar. r..--earer�, while other represents !a charge of attempteil rape, was dis-| lives in the house suendod in'a body, j charged. His Lordship Mr. Justice j This morning the somberly-draiied | Ives holding that the evidence against jhall was opened | him was not sufficient ou which to ; convict. i hall was opened to ilie public and many citizens gathered to file past the bier-and gaze for the last time ;-.t the. fact of the premier. Arrangements for the funeral this_ afternoon eon templated removal of' the casket front the parliament, buildings at ;!.I5 o'clock to the Metropolitan Church for the funeral services conducted by Kev. Clifford Parker, assisted by Iter. .1. I,. Before moving we ing our stock. Regular $1.00 Dolls, for............... Regular 65c Dolls, for............... reduc- 75c 50c ore S. O. E. Meeting The -S. O. Red and White Degree, will meet in the S.D.E. mill tomorrow t Wednesday) evening. Tlie executive is asked to meet punctually at 7.flu. lied Hose Degr"e commences at s o'ciock. to be'followed by White De- ] Campbell, of Vancouver, ami Kev. Dr. gree. including initiations. Clay of this city. ,,. fr�r.,the cross ' (PROVINCIAL POLICE lite Hon. I n.-:-s. ot the lied play is'full las! an. WE CARRY A. WIDTHS TO E. FROM The Ladies' Shoe Store l.e'.libridge is to have a visit next Sunday from Capt. Hubert Pearson, who will be here to preach the anniversary sermons of Wesley church, ('apt. Pearson fought in the war anil Bible C)a>s of the I'nit- j wounded, lie will carry a piece ^ putting on a musical plav i "f shrapnel in his body for life, lie is 'Busv Ladie--' \id " Thi' 'hr- ''''erseas el�cied him by a big lead, Capt. Pearson has a fine story tu (eli'TfTioiit our soldieis. hours of genuine merriment. Several musical mimber..; are interspersed throitghoic ihe plav. thus adding var-' " " ietv ami humor to it. Come and' see i , Mr. Patnck Reaches C.ty it given h, the (i. P. C. at, the United ! J- "' "I"' v/ell kuovvu nupor church on l-'ridav. March �ib at eight ,,>''' '� purehre,! cuttle and sheep ar ().l,j(J(.|. ' jnved tins morning from llderton. Out.. to prepare, for his ip'g sale of .lurebred Shorthorns and llercfords ou .March flOth. This will be the third sale Air. Patrick has conducted here, and will lie the biggest of the lot. Part of the shipment of 7h,, will arrive tomorrow. Mr. Patrick'says, and the remainder will be on view in a few; days. Mr. Paidley of Laconibe will be. the. auctioneer. , Mr. Patrick is accompanied by his wife who is paying J her first visit to Southern Alberta and 1 they exje-ci to remain "In the district I for about a month ! WHOLE CABINET TO CONSIDER RY. SITUATION Ottawa, Mar. 5.-The railway-situation will this week come under review by the full cabinet council. It has been considered by a sub-committee of the cabinet which will make -Its report to the government S3 a whole. To what extent definite recommendations have been made by the sub-committee is not known but if there are definite proposals they will not necessarily represent the government's final decision In regard to the matter. Choice MEATS Better * meats through our phone service, Try it. R. C0ULTRY  The Alberta Meat Market The Oldest Established Meat Market in the City. FOR SALE CAR FEED CORN IN STOCK 1. 0. HYDE & CO. Phone 1244 - Lethbrldge *> & !* > : * > � * FOR PREMIER OF B. C. Victoria. Mar. 5.-The choice for premier to succeed the late Hon. H. C. Brewster, lies between Hon. -Jolin Oliver and Hon. Dr. King. * > ; > � FAMILY PORTRAITURE Make it an annual duty -to yourselves to have your child-ion's photo taken. You -will be creating abiding, pleasures tor your later ^eara. Smith's Studio D08 Tliird Ave. S. Phone 1471 THE MQLINE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR v IS A ' 24 HOUR HORSE. IT IS THERE WITH THE GOODS WHEN THE RUSH IS ON. IT EATS ONLY WHEN IT WORKS. YOUR'E SAFE-AT THE SANITARY SHOP. WESTBR0OK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal VICE PRESIDENT ILL i i i '. Winnipeg, .March 5.--The meeting: of the directors of the Winnipeg Elee.- j trie Railway Company, scheduled lor March 4, was postponed indefinitely ! ou account of the illness of V. Morton j Morse, vice-president. j Quinine That Does Not Affect Head Because of its tonic and laxative effect. LAXATIVE BHO.MO QUININE (Tahletr i can be taken by anyone without causing nervousness or ringing in the head. There is only ope "Hromo Quinine." K. W. (JROVE'S signature is on box. ;;i)(j. Everything For the Office- Letter Fillnn, Stack, 4 drawers, fumed onk ...'..'............... $22.50 Letter Filing Stack, 4 drawers, fumed oak................... $13.50 Flat Top Cff.iee Desk, fumed oak, 3+ by 54 in.che3............ $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.C0 Woodstock Typewriter, No. 5, brand new, regular prise $130.00. Will sell st $95-00 for a short time to introduce, Sse this mschine before buying elsewhere. A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. EVERALL & FRANKS Sinnott Block, cor. 4th Ave. and 5th St. Phone 1107 \ ;