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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY, MARCH 8, tOlft... Tim LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE NINE Bonar Law Makes Some Observations on the War Situation in the House of Commons COURT ENQUIRY OPENS Ottawa, March 8.-The court of Inquiry Into certain com-plaintH with respect to accommodation and discipline on transports returning to Canada will begin taking evidence in Ottawa next. Monday morning at militia headquarters. The sittings will be held in private, the general public and presa not being admitted, but it Ik understood that Htatements with regard to the procoediruss will " he issued. 4, c > * > MEATLESS DAYS OVER Ottawa, Mar. (j. - lleutl^s days for clubs and amusement nouses are at tin end. An order lias been passed amending Die original order establishing healings tlays. EXPORT F000SIUFFS SIBERIA 10 ALLIES i MAKES RESTITUTION Winnipeg, Mar. 8. l-'ull has been made "f the public money appropriated by Major ita 1a a certain enre for eut-of order stomachs because it lake* bold of your food and digests it fust the same aa It your stomach wasn't there. ' Relief In five internees from eli scorn-ach misery 1e waiting for you at an) drug etore. - These large fifty-cent cases contain enough "Pape's Dlapepsln" to- keep the entire fttttly free from stomach disorder* and indigestion for many months. It belongs 1jj your bome.-~> Advertisement THREE TO ONE IS THE/ RATIO OF MOLINE UNIVERSAL PRODUCTION OF 1918 TO 1917.' �' - '..j-,;'' ,J:>;. . . ... . With the American Army in France, Mar. 7.-A half dozen bombs were dropped behind the American front in the sector northwest of Toul last night by German airplanes which were looking for ammunition dumps. They did not succeed in hitting of their objectives, however, and none of the bombs dropped caused any casualties. Groups of German bombing airplanes on tho way to cities and towns far behind the lines are passing over the American front almost continuously. They are greeted by a strong antiaircraft fire from the American bat teries. NEW MAYOR OF SEATTLE Seattle, MaTch 7,-Ole Hanson, former member of the Washington state legislature, was chosen mayor of Seattle with a majority of more than 3,500 votes over James B Bradford, :.o.-mer corporation counsel Hanson's lead was taken early, and increased aa the count proceeded , Mayor-elect HanBon is a realty dealer, and was Progressive candidate for United States senator from Washington in 19l4 He came to Washington 12 years ago. * ?   *> * * FIVE SAMMIES DEFEATED TEN GERMANS With the, American Army in Fynce, March �.--(By the Associated PreBju-An American patrol of five men three nights ago outfought an enemy patrol of ten men. They met in' No Man's and and the Americans opened fire. The Germans replied and tor three minutes there was a sharp skirmish. The enemy retired, leaving two dead and two wounded Bavarians who were made prisoner. lifctl? MAIDEN Canada Oranges, per doaen ....... 30s, 45c, 5Dc and 75c Grape Fruit, Florida, each...... 11c, 15c and 18c Lemors. Fancy Sunklst, per dozen ........ faClc Banana:, extra fancy, 2 lb* for............. 25c Spinach, Cocoanut, Celery, Pineapples and Rhubarb to arrive for the week end. A-50 Economy Keeps the Wolf From the Door ! There are certain nations to-day that are employing their most eminent scientists to discover new foods that may be obtained from minerals, barks and vegetables-all for the sake of economy. Drink More Cocoa! It is the most economical food drink, having a highly nourishing character. The cocoa that contains the finest and most expensive cocoa beans, blended to perfection, is the great health-builder. Cowan's Cqsqa * Perfeciion^^Brand Apples, fancy Winesaps and Yellow Newton^, per hex .................................... S2.85 Potatoes, B. C, dry and mealy, per 100, .,, $2.65 Cauliflower, per lb........................ 12|/zc Head Lettuce, each............... 12!/2c and 15c Hot House Cucumbers, each ............... 30c Leaf Lettuce, per lb........................ 40c Spanish Onions, per lb..................... 10c Cooking Onione, 6 for .....................i^25c Green Onions, 3 bunches.................. 25c Carrots, Beets, Cabbages, Turnips, Parsnips at lowest market prices. Trlpure Water, 5 gal. jugs, each .......... $1.30 Honey, Airline............20c, 30c; 35c and 90c Honeyspred, per pkg...................... 40c Chill Sauce, Solders, each .................. 30c Salad Dressing Powder, Pure Gold, on sale, two for.................................. 25c Vittuccl Virgin Olive Oil, in tin, each 20c, 45c, and.....................................$1.50 Olives in bulk, large Spanish Queen, pints ... 30c Braid's Best Tea, per*lb..................... 60c Braid's Best Coffee, per lb.',................. 50c Libby's Tomatoe Sauce, 2 tin* .............. 35c Pork A Beans, small size, each ............ 16e Asparagus Tips, old price.................. 35c Blueberries, 2 tins for ...................... 4*o Peaches, Aylrner Brnnd, No. 1 tins, on sale thle week, 2 for .............................. 36c Apricots, Libby's No. 1 tins, each.......... 20e , Royal Ann Cherries, No. 1 tins.............20o Pulled Figs, extra selected, 4 lb. boxes eeeh $1.50, Ammonia Powder, 2 pkgs. for.............. 28� . Sapollo, 2 cakes for ........................26er Sweet Pickles, In bulk, per pint.............30e Sweet Gherklne, per dor. . vv................ 2Bo Kellogg's Wheat Biscuits, on sale this week 10o Crlsco, per tin .............. 40c, 60o end $1.20 Cream Cheese, Ingersoll, 2 pkgs........ 85e Brick Cheese, per lb........................ 4Se Maple 8ugar, 2 cakes -..................... 25o Roger's Golden Syrup, quart sealers, on sele this. week ................................... 40c Ginger Marmalade ....................... 35a Bramble Jelly ........................- 35c Chill Con Carne 6auoe, per tin.............. 18b- Sweet Fotatoes, per tin........_____............25o Punch Sauce, 2 for ........................ Sae Shaving Sticks, this week, 3 for............ 45c Quick Pudding, assorted flavor, 2 for........15c Dutch Tea Rusks, pkg. ........'.'...'...... 20j Cream Mixed Candy, per lb................. 20c Tea, Donalco, 2y2 lb. pkgs............ $1.20 Sardines, Crossed Fish, each 25c Trout, Deep Sea, 2 tins for.......,.........45c LOOK UP YOUR STOCK OF SOAP Manufacturers claim soap will aoon be selling at . 2 cakes for........____... 25c PROTECT YOURSELF NOW GEO. KERR & CO. family Grocers and Provision Merchants Phones 1453 and 1365 313 Fifth Street South MADE IN LETHBRIDGE Custom Tailored, Perfect Fitting Clothes �> r Wo 'or men Our expert designer and cutter will make you a stylish, faultlessly fitting costume. Big range of new materials for your selection. We also $ell the famous Queen Quality Brand M en Choice range of English Woollens 200 samples - cut and made to suit \ you-to malfe the most of -your individuality. For Boys The boy .will always ask for another of our suits., He likes the style and the wear he can get out of them. Let the Boy decide-he knows U'� economical to be well dressed-doubly wo since our custom made garments cost no more than the ready made kind. F. THAELL, 608 3rd Ave. S. Custom Tailor ;