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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta  vRltiiMi fOr8�nt, >Phonoornpht. Violins �n Plnyer : _ RoHb,' Ukolftles, Band tnsirumsnts. iV- ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. , EVERVTHiNG MUSICAL \ Pfione 1545, 315 6th St. S.. Lethbridsc, A^ta , i'- . � �.�hi"' ;E DAIliY HERALS HOTEL MSAL* PROM 6.00 A.M. TO't-flO F.M. 1^ Beef,^ F^ork, THIS WEEK WE PURCHASED 30ME V^BY CHOICE STUF!-FROM LOCAL PARMERS. FOR THE REST OF THfe v/EEK WE CAN GIVE YOU THE CHOICEST BEEF, PORK OR MUTTON,' RAISED IN THE DlSTRlcf. � DELANYS ME^T CO. eiFTH .ST. S. OPPOSITE D.',LLAS, HOTEL PHONE 452 The cavly biid gets ihe wov'm avid so: with buying secfds, especially this year. The wise will select their secd^ eavly, the ones coming lateimay not g^t what they want. We have all the best packs, McKenzieS, Steel Bviggs andjeivy's. Also garden seedc. in bulk. . � ' (  S f e Please remember that ws h.ivc our basement devoted to this line througKout' the entire y^ar. You can, therefore, aW.-ays depend on having a large displsy to choose from. ' V THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL [ar. �.-Geijrge' Harmon. ' .".7, a Canadian soldier, has been sentenced to death in London for the wiur-diT of Frances Elizabeth liarle, a bar-paid who a soldier's wife. The prlsoiier said that he. dtd not re:mew-ber attacking the woman,  who he thought -wr.s a widow. A brother ot tho pri.ioner. wearing the 1�H ribbon, said �h ' Edmonton. Mar. 6.-DUrina the discussion at the niunlctpal law "committee of the Jegitlaturr thit morning of the amendment*'to the Edmonton city charter,!It wa� intimated by HonN.VVIIfcidw .qariepy that a general provincial a'eti to deal with the quettion of outer subdivisions.of cities wcultl be.lh-traduced this; session: The matter aroa�rou^'of i\n application, by; a citizen to- have hia land excluded, The consideration of the" amend-fnents to the charter ..has been postponed for a week. For the Every home should bo provid-, ed with a good healing agent to apply tg,^.urn9, cuts, sovea atvtl other injuries. ' HANDY OINTMENT is precisely jyhijt la needed in such ' cases,; '.(t sootliesv. wounds . and inflnmmation like magic. . Keep n tube oif this in the home.. Ypu'U. find aliftost daily use for it;' Price 50c THE RECtXiROSS-DRUG & BOOK;?0., LIMITED ' ' . 'f.�j6NE. 553 CitY AND DISTRICT ,  Meet Tomorrow Whe L. O. B. A. wUrhold their regular meeting on Thursday at 7.00 p.m. til tho aiooac Hall. Th\ Annual Meeting Th^ annual me^i^g of the Ueth-bridge Poultry association will be held tomorrow evening (Thursday) in tho Board of'^rado Hooms at eight o'clock. Establish Agency Here .-W. K. Dell has como to Lothbr.idgo to establish an agency for tho Motine Tractor. Jlr.' Dell is at the I.ethbrldgo Hoteivtintil Ue secures, other headquarters. mmm typewrihrs WINNIPEG GRAIN MARKET ^^�innipeg, JIar. C.-^Tha featuno ot the cash inarkoc today was the continued light offerings of . coatie grains and the new record prices lorboth barley and flax in the future markets. Winnipeg. Market � Close Oats- Jlay..... July ... .. - Barley- May ... .'. Flax- ' May ...... July ... .. �0|>en , ...... 9714 ......  9fi�� ........-5-^*' - ...... i�:> 301 Cash Prices .3S5 Vi- and service F. RYAN Gats-No.- 2 C.W...a9U Extra 1 Feetl ... N'o.'l Feed..02Vi I Barley-No. 3 ......187 Relecled ...153 '� ' Pins- No. 1 N. W. C. ... No. 2 C.\VJ..37SVi No, j;:CiW...98H ......' . .d5% No:.2 Feed..80% No. 4 Foad ......183 . .. 150 .....ossyj No,-S^CAV.. .381 QIJININE AND VJgiNE Cme.- You would ' never! guess they cost bo little, they are ao artistic. And tHey jitay beaiiliful and kcep' your house, looking presentable �]--ways. A.damp mop inatantly look fresh and bright The reason it the firm, waterproof^iurface gives no lodgetnent Jor dust and dirt and'the comers never curl up. They cost leas, loot longer and are far better than low>priced woven ot (ibei>niB�.- ^ You 'will like, them because- , /they combine the:, two things most d^ired by tUe up-to>-date housekeeper: the: lrUfe'DGE. ALBERTA Calgary Live 8toslr all classes ot butcherjtoclc,Steers are quoted at Hh50. Thore\are no ho^p on the market but huyeiK contltiuo to tlUOte $ia. " �: ;.. DINED WITH THE'PiLaf(IM&'. ' ANNOUNCEMENT Mother of T. J. Simons' \-oy after a 1oi5k illilfiSM, tho now.s ot her death camo as a shook to her many friends. ftlrs. Simons had beon in Iiriiaaltli for' a great, many years, and particularly since a severe attacic ot pneumonia five- years a^. 'She suffered almost constantly from bronchltlB, and this was .accompanied by heart trouble During tlie~ last year the deceased was very low on several /occasions but she rallied. Recently, however, her, conditioii bocamevery critical ,and the end was not unexpected. Mr. Simons was born In Shelfleld, Kng-land,,-and came to this country when a child, resld.'ng in Lindsay. She Ne'A- York, Mar. 6.-Lord',RoatllnB, Brlti�])^hlgh cojnmlsslonor ti>.the United States, the Mo.>)t Rev. Coamo Gordon lying, archbishop of  Vorl^'.^Jng-land, and Jules Jussarand. I'a'mhasaa-dor of Pnincc, were honored pueats last night at tho annual dinner of the PtlBrim .-Society. They were present for the first time at a banquet of tho orgdnlzallM. Oablo me.s.^ages 0/ greeting Wore exvOianged with King George, } �.!. HOMES FOR RETURNED SOLDIERS livcryhody vvOlcome./'MlBS Arnold's' or-orche.itra in atCondance. Gents 7Sc, laSth at'eight o'clock. � - . ' ; � i ior supply co. ........, -r , .r , - ZnO Ave. a, snd t3th 8tr��t. -", � MtNiNC,- BL/ILOING Chiihani, .Mar. �. -: At: tli8. Black ivnighis convention a resoluUoti .Ayas paased, to Ue forsvavdad to the prime niinistiir, urging action without delay in providing homes Jorrelumeil soldiers who are crippled or .unable-"to work, these homes to be mulut^lnetl.ns ii slight recagnltluu ot tbe-eorvlcds of the inca. -t' LOSS TONNAGE* . i> \ BY.&UBI^ARII^EI^J London, Mar, B.;~,Cprnmsn!J�r, Carlyon Bellairs, UnlonJptTinfmbsf'� ot Maidstone, in ths hi^Ks? .j'.'.i-mens to4ay, aav�.�ubinnctn*,slnli-' Ings of m�rchanttn�o)b4V(CJE phone 387, , YOUljCE AFE^AT. THE SANITARY MdP. WESTBROOK BROS. Opposlts-BanH of Matraal., Lindsay until sho romovod to Toronto i^'ith her husband 2S years ago. At^ ter six years in Toronto and four year.s, in Hamilton, tlie family removed tt>'O won Sound in 1S9(), when Mr. Slmoiis caniQ here to take the niaii-agemont of the local store of Grafton & Co., Ijtd. Besides Iter (lushand, tho doceasod Is survived by a of sIx-i-tWQ-daughters, Mary'ut home, and Agnes, of Toronto; ^iiyl tour simH. Joseph of Owen Sound, Daniel of Krtirtouton, ThoH. of- Lathlirldga, and Stafford of SIntalnte, Sauk. Ono lifKter, Mrs,' John OT.e'ary,, of .Toronto, WHH with the decea.icd wlioh the end rumo'. Mrs. Slmonn was a devout llomnn Cajlholic, ^nd a mcnabor of St. Mary's chnrch, Owen Sound. Tho o.xao.l limo of tho funeral, which will be hpld from St, Mary's church, is' not 'ypt set, owing to tho uncertainty of the arrival of two ot the soafi trom tho West, Thos.^ tuul Statford, who are on their, vyay here, bHtiwIli likely, tnko place tomovrtiv/or Thursday. .Tho Sun oxtonds its deepest aynipulhy to. the bereaved Cujaily. COLLEGE PROFESSORyARRESTED Atchison, Kansas, Mar. e,~Dr. Frederick! Kourad Kruegor, profegnor � of modern luuguagoa at Midland .J)ero'(vas arrested last night on '� fpe^ clal warrant Isfjued by United States Attorney Kobertaon. Tho arrest ftol-lo'wed three. BOparato federal In lot-inQntf! whlch.authoritles believe U) he prO'CJerman- propaganda. When I'tUe start a revolutfdn In Indto.* was rev,3iled ill San KninclBCf) in 101&, Iho ifiovjornineat made Its first InveVtlga-{loni'.'iIJo. wttB then\ protosaor, ul (he , t/nlVoj'Blty ot CallfornlHi In l�i(! he; came to AUihUun. Many docuinantH :found. 1u hif>,rooms jvci'u aiild: to ho of ',',11 iii'o-Oorniuirnatui"y;  � , .-N . lioiulou, March C-The Daily >Iall today prints it dispatch from Toln Tslu under Monday's dale which quotes a � telegram * from Port Arthur as Slating that arrangeriionts regarding Japan's Intervention In Siberia li.ive been made by the allies. The Tlon Tsln njessage contains further reports of dlsorderpd conditions In tho border- areas. I^ightlng is salci to bo proceeding at Chita between Burial CossacUs tiideIegBte3 to japan shortly tor consultations on military affairs. , ' . '* The Chinese gdvferntnont. It is said, will afso.askjapan to send millt(iry dtpfegates to China. Owing to the external danger, tlie message adds. It, ls.5 expected, . that north and soutfi thlha will cease their quarrelling and unite � against the Siberiau menace. Tuan Chi Jul Is said to he Tfonductlrig.nll the arrangements to this end..  . The mllltaj'y' governor 'at klvean, Manchuria, hits telegriphod' to Pekln, begging-, that ^^inforcements be sent as .NoonVas'itosslble, adds the message, as hostile forcia are approaching northern Manchiirta.A' Tho dtapatchi Q�n*to8 a dispatch to the-North hfua Mail (ram Harbin ro-portlnf-that.'m'ft Bolsheviki have seized roUing'stbcli: on tbo Chinese fiaat-jern Railway toHhovestward of M�n-^^chuli and are/dlsorlsaulzlnK ti;attlc. RE-CHC^KiNTO CLASS ONE Calgary, Mai;ctii6.-~Out of el(?hiy-soven men so^far.'exaniined in tho re-checking ;,ot.-class, onp men thirty-two liave.^been passed,us til for combnta�t service and trans/erred to catogorv Before fnovljig'we AVe-reiiuc-ing our stock. \ V. Regular $1.00 O6II9, , "r":.'^."":":'^...-: 50c Robertson's BiiokStore ��- �' � ^. . '0 . ���� , CARLOADS OR "LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND,' ALFALFA, MIXED TIMOTHY ANpf . ALFALFA AND ST^AW. CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS. PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE lit FOR ' PRICE^ Grain 1^.? 1221 Ziid Avsniiavisu^h � Telaphons 782 V '. J '-."�� '.�:.>,i^'= ' SUREME'miutary COUNCIL Xetrograd, March, 6.-Th6 official news agency announces thai a sup-rctne military c'biinoil has bcsn rorm-.>;i ed for dufonse'ofvlhe country. The-comm'ssloner for mllltory affairs has* issued u decree.ordering that the entire people b6 ftrmedi - JOINS LORDI'rEAOINQ'8 staff " An AtlantloT^i'tj.Vliir. C-Sir Henry, Bablngtoii SmllU'.arrlved hero today on an .^nie^cin .atoamsliip from England to assist Lord Reading. Great Britain's special iimbaBHador to . the United,States. : .'N ' ' Lard R$if , Choici^ Better , meats through phone service, Try'lt. T ' our R.COULTRY 4 ' The'^AIberla MeaV Market The Oldest /EstabHthed g Meat Market in U^e City. Easter Greetiiigs Muko your Kaatcr Greeting a personal one. You*:''photo-,graph will add IndlvldijalUy to your measafie of thought' fulness and'Bootl win., MAKE; THE APPOINTMENT i" TODAY, ^ < ^ ^ Smith's Stiidio" 90fi.Third/�^ve. f..^ Phona 1471 I pf fice Equipment - EVERHHING YOU MAY NEED A8�J!*(� ^or: VVoodatoek Typswrltsr: �'Olck's Mimsoaraph; Y. 4 E. Chcsk MfritsrrBilrrough's AdHlna Machlns.' ' OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US & FRANKS I sinnott BlaQH, eoh 4th Ava.' and' 6th ,