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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta Pianos. Organs. Phonographs. Violins a^d Strings, Sheet Music, Mouth Organs. Pi?ytv Rolls. Ukuleles, Band Instruments. ASStNIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. EVERYTHING MUSICAL Phone 1545, 315 6th St. S., Lethbridse. A!U HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.til* For Tomorrow oice Fresh Killed Beef, Pork Some ton, raise Specials for Week-end Local armers DELANYS MEAT CO H OPPOS LLAS HOTEL HONE 43, 3 Toys Toys �a I Please remember that we have our basement devoted to this line throughout the entire year. You can, therefore, always depend on having a large display to choose from. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Store PHONE 1487 t POTATOES. Fine, dry and meaty. These are exceptionally fine quality, per cwt, . \ r......$2.50 CARROTS. 6 lbs. for ............ .......... 25c - ffttETS. 6 lbs. for . . .V..................... 25c TURNIPS. 8 lbs. tor....................... 25c PARSNIPS. 5 lbs. Tor....................... 25c ONIONS. 6 lbs. for..-....................____25c FRESH CELERY,-2 lbs. for..............25fi FRESH RHUBARB, osMb..................20c FINEST LEAF LETTUCE, per lb.......... 40c HEAD LETTUCE. 2 for.................... 25c SPINACH, per lb........................... 20c CAULIFLOWER expected for Saturday. GREEN ONIONS,, 3 bunches for.............25c FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT, each............. 15c NAVAL ORANGES, per dozen 50c. 60c, 70c and 80c PORK & BEANS, Van Camrrs, plain in small size tins. Special, per tin ..................... 15c GINGER SNAPS, 2 lbs. for ................ 25c SEEDED RAISING, Green Ribbon Brand, 2 packets for ..................J.............. 25c COOKING BUTTER, per lb.................35c MINCE MEAT. Wagstaffes, in glass, regular 30c. Special, per jar.......................... 20c MINCE MEAT, WagsUffes in titfs, size 2, regular JQc. Special, per tin 30c CREAM BRICK CHEESE, per lb............45c CANNED PUMPKIN, Libby'c, finest packed. All dry pack which goes almost twice as f�r as anything else. Price per tin.................. 30c SMALL WHITE BEANS, called Kotenashi. These are beans thai will not taste b'^ter after they are cooked. A shipment just in, per lb......20c HONEY, in 5-lb; pails. Fresh lot just in, per pail . ..:............................$1.75 KING BEACH PURE JAM, Red, Golden^ Green Gage, and Damson Plum. Special, 4 lb. tin, 80c DON'T FORGET THAJ ON SATURDAYS AS WELL AS OTHER DAYS WE DO NOT ACCEPT ORDERS TO BE DELIVERED AFTER FIVE O'CLOCK. LET US HAVE YOUR ORDERS EARLY. HIGH^CLASS GROCERS BATTLE THE GOOD CO. PHONE 525 Varis. Mar. S.-The artillery battle on the. Verdun front continues, the war office announced today. Four Ger-man airplanes were brought down on Wednesday. The statement follows: "The artillery fighting was rather heavy on the right bank of the Meuse river .north of Hill 344 (Verdun) ahcl at some points in the Woevre. There was no infantry fighiin�. 'On March 6 four German airplanes were brought down by our aviator?. VLDERMAN KEEPS HIS PIGS IN CELLAR Kitchener. Ont.. Mar. 7.-Alderman Campbell has been keeping pigs in a cellar of his residence, situated in the heart of th# residential section, despite the protests of the sanitary inspector. The alderman claims he is a veterinary surgeon and can keep his pigs where he (ikes and declares he is doing his bit toward increasing pork production. i FAVORABLY REPORT ON ALIEN DRAFT TREATIES RKETS Our boh draransia AY OwvODWW Our bombarding squadrons dropped twelve thousand kilograms miore than i:i tons) of explosives on railway stations and munitions depots in the enerav zone. "Macedonian front: Heavy artillery fighting" occurred in the rogloii3 of Lake Doiran and the Vardar. north of Lumnica and in the Cerna bend. Our raiding parties brought,back Bulgarian prisoners.' Washington. March $.-By a unanimous vote a favorable report on the administration bill to give effect to alien draft treaties which may hereafter be negotiated, including those with Great Britaln an(I Canada a 1  ready Meraed, by authorizing the presi-) deut to order registration of such al-' Winnipeg Live Stock Winnipeg. Mar. S.-Receipts at the T'uion stock yards, today were 35U cattle and 1.000 hogs. Cattle trading was active at strong prices on quality hatcher steers, cows and heifers. Hogs steady. Quotations: Butcher steers, $7.00 to 12.50; heifers. $7.00 to S11.00; cows. 55.00 to $10.50: bulls. $6.00 to 9.00 oxen, $5.00 to 59.50: calves. $5.50 to Hogs. $19.50; heavies, $14.00 to SlbMK); sows. $42.00 to $13.00; stags. ?M0 to #10.00; light. $14.0 to $15.00. Winnipeg. March S.-Business was REVISE STANDARDS WHEAT IN THE U. S. somewhat better today in the. cash iens. was ordered today by the senaie grain marker. The demand for oats military committee. j was very fair, and the offerings of a � . larger volume than usual. FAVOR EQUAL FRANCHISE - The demand for cash flax has not -_ been so strong the last few days and The central com- business was quiet again this uiorn- Washiugton. Mar. S.--Tentative revised standards for wheat under the Grain Standards Act were announced today by the secretary of agriculture. Standards are less exacting, especially with reference to moisture, mixture* of wheat of different classes inseparable foreign material and rye mixtures than are the present standards. Ber fore final action is taken upon the standards five public hearings will b� held to afford the grain trade an opportunity to discuss the proposed standards. London. March 8.-mittee of The National Liberty "Party, says an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Copenhagen quoting Berlin ad-vices, has declared in favor of equal franchise by a majority of 19 votes. WON'T RELEASE HUN AVashington. Mar. S. - Efforts of counsel for Frank J. GoldsaW, accused of embezzlement of millions of dollars from the French government on war contracts here, to have him released ( Barlev from jail in the custody of a, rnited ) j[av Stites marshal was defeated by,United i * ^'igx--States Commissioner Hitt. Unless otli- j�a-er relief can be obtained, Goldsall will jjti be required to remain in jail here un- j JA" til his arraignment, March -0. r . i ing. The future market closed 5-8low-! er for May oats and l-2c lower for July. Barley closed unchanged for^May. j Flax closed unchanged for both \ months. j Winnipeg Market Open. ......... 07*; Oats j May . July .  * Close. :�5% l&o # # # 389 H-Prices 190 390 :iS9 9Sa; feed 92. j Cash J Oats-No. 2 C.W.. . Extra Xo. 1 Xo. 1 feed.. Barley-� Rejected.................. ... 155 Feed .......................153 Flax-No. 1 X.AY.C..................387 Xo. 2 C/W...3S1 Xo. 3 C.W...365 Xo. 3 C.W.. Xo. 2 feed. Xo. 4 i UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS DeW SHOE STORE Cor. 5th Street and 4th Avenue AND SERVICE THOS RYAN LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE, ALEXANDRA HOTEL, OR P.O. BOX 408 TYPEWRITERS REBUILT OR EXCHANGED. ALL MAKES. en it comes to cornice work fc*" * H �f-*i we take off our hats io nobody. You will see everywhere, evidence of our work on buildings of the best character. As we use only the best materials you are insured against Repair expense for a *ong time, if we do the work tor you. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. We have opened up with a new stock of Women's and Children's Shoes OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT TRY US AND SEE. WE CARRY WIDTHS FROM A. TO E. The Ladies9 Shoe Store F F REAR STAFFORD SLOCK LETHBRfOGE,' ALBERTA Superior Supply 2nd Ave. S.% and 13th Street. MINING, BUILDING & RAILWAY SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENT* GANG PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH* dUGGIES MENTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILER* CULTIVATORS BIND7R ENGIIIEl PHONE 1725-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR move April 1st. You can save money by buying Wall. Papers. Room Moulding*. Plate Rails. Borders now. i -- Week-End Chocolate Special DELICIOUS VICTORIA CREAMS FRESH FROM THE FACTORY r We have just received this shipment oe' Delicious Victoria Creams in a number of different fillings and these will be on special sale on Friday\and Saturday. at 60c the pound �fa. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO^LIMITED PHONE 555 of the Prairie The Gopher is unquestionably the "Hun" of the prairie. The results of his depredations are staggering millions each year. We have the "Proper Ammunition" for him. ' Strychnine (in bulk or in ounces.) Kill-Em-^uick (50c and $1.00; Goph*reidtv Mayer's "Sure Death." Bolduan's Poison Grain. Etc., Etc., Etc. ' QUANTITY QUOTATIONS ON REQUEST Higinbotha Limited The J9om Alberta's Pioneer Druggists* Wholesale and Retail Chemists, TELEPHONE No. 322 Better meats, through phone service, Try it. MEATS our R. COULTRY The Alberta_ Meal Market Established Meat Market in the City. YOUR'E SAFE THE SANITARY SHOP. WESTBROOK BROS . 0|3poBite Bank of Montreal CITY AND DISTRICT we have it* Compare our prices. r* Consumers Hardware Co. Forum Speaker Sunday W. S, Ball will be the Porum speaker on Sunday afternoon, o^uthe subject 'Democracy after the war." Reported Ml. An Ottawa dispatch states today that I Pte. Geo. Kmnirrson. recently reported j repatriated i'rom Clermany, is now reported 111. ^ Raid Opitim Joints As a resnlt of a raid made by Do- as a ct/vo p I f Auto Club Annual The annua! meeting of the Lei It-bridge auto club will be held on Wednesday evening next in the board of ti^le rooms.  * Grant Hall Going East Supt. Mcintosh of the O.P.K.. went west hist night to meet General Manager Gran; Mall, who is expected io pass through here on his wav ea^t late toni ' tectfvo Mesketli of tho provincial police on Chinese opium joints last ni^ht, two guilty parties appeared in* court this morning and were fined by Magistrate Klton. Quong Wing paid ?1y, of ANOTHER STEP TO CONSERVE WHEAT Judge Jackson Upheld Judgment was delivered this week f in Calgary by the Alberta appeal eouri, "in the case of Newton vs Beaver, dismissing the appeal. The case was a suit for wages in district court here, and Judge Jackson dismissed the case. Mis decision was upheld by the appeal ct)urt. Washington. March 8.-All exceptions to the food administration rule requiring the purchase of an equal amount of .substitutes with each purchase of wheat flour were revoked yesterday because of the necessity of conserving wheat for the allies. ANNOUNCEMENT A dance will be held in Burgmann's hall, 13th St. N., tomorrow, (Saturdayt night. Two-piece orchestra. R. Burg-mnnn in charge. Gents TSc, ladles free. � 74-1 Forum Music Music for the Sunday forum this week is as follows, under direction of Leo M. Coombs; Vocal I Un bet di Ve-dremot, act 11.. Madame Butterfly. Puccini, Miss Francis Porter; cornel solo. "The Holy City.1' Adams, Mr. O. Ursenbaeh; vocal solo ia- "Absent," Metealf, (h) "Rlegie," Massenett, Miss Olga Anderson; Vivian Peterson at the piano. ~ HONOR SHACKLETON London. Mar. S.-King George has, awarded the t>rized Britiim Polar medal to Lieut. Sir Krnust Shaekleton, Lieut. Frank Wild and 'tw' other members of the Imperial trans-Antarctic expedition of 1!>1M�. Lieut. Wild was in charge of the party which was left on Klephant Island for several months while- Lieut. Shaekleton sought relief. The Junior Bible Class of the Unit-ed Church is putting on a musical play entitled the "Busy Ladies' Aid." This play is full of humor from first to last and will give you .a couple ot hours of genuine merriment. Several musical numbers are interspersed throughout the play, thus addiug Yav-j iety and humor to it. Come and see it given by the G. P. C. at the United church on Friday, March Sth at eight o'clock. Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Days Druggists refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles. Instantly relieves Itching Piles, and you can get restful sleep after the first application. Price.50c. A New Court Record The criminal assizes of the supreme; court now in session, had, up till noon today, been the^jnost expensive session possibly on record, so far as keep of jurymen is concerned. Up till noon a total of .'ifi meals had been served jurymen and constables, while they were confined on the various cases. | The case now proceeding, thatrof the j charges of robbery against two China-j men, is a jury case, and likely to last over several days, so that tue above record will be considerably enhanced before its conclusion. [ UNITED TAXI SERVICE PHONE 337. 72-6 Easter Greetings Mike your Easter Greeting a personal one. Your phoio-" graph will add individuality :to your message of thought-f fulness and" good will. MAKE THE APPOINTMENT TODAY. Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 Anniversary SUNDAY ^ MARCH 10 fiapt. (Rev.) Rob!. Pearson x Soldiers* representative in the Alberta Legislature, will preach at both services. The war and the part the Canadian boys have played in it, will be a feature of Mr. Pearson's .add resses. FOR SALE CAR FEED CORN IN STOCK F: 0. HYDE & CO. Phone 1244 Lethbridge HAY FQR SALE CARLOADS OR 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 Builders' Supplies CEMENT, LIME, WOOD FIBRE PLASTER, EMPIRE FINISH, HOLLOW TILE, BRICK, ROOFINGS, BUILDING AND TAR PAPER, FIRE PLACE MANTLES AND GRATES, TILE, BEAVER BOARD, PLATE GLASS, MURANESE GLASS, COMMON GLASS, AUTO WINDSHIELDS. - The Western Supply & Equipment Co. Ltd. PHONE 1044. FOURTH ST. S.f LETHBRIDGE Office Equipment EVERYTHING YOU MAY NEED i Agents for: Woodstock Typewriter! Dick's Mimeograph; Y. & Check; Writer'; Burrough's Adding Machine. r OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US EVERALL Slnr.oU Block, cor. 4th Ave. and 5th St. / FRANKS Phone 1107 ;