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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta '�mm FHIDAY, MARCH 8, 191� THE LETHBninr.E DAILY HERALD PAGE Five rLetlibridge Women to Get: >^ Equal Municipal Franchise / y(Sl^ociiir*to tlie,Mei-aUI) ' Edmonton, M�r. 8.-During the contlderation of the bill to amend tHe Lethbi'Idge city ehaf'ter' by the' munloipat aw'oommittee Prtday morninQf Hoh. 4. R. Boyte announce.' ed that the government wae Jierng to put Into every cltyVcharter a . provieion giving women theu'eanie righte to.vote; and be candldatee , for bffice nt.thetr liuabandc had. The committee ttruek out of the bill a clauee that would liave given the e)ty power to Impose a. poll tan dn a man who lived outelde the city but was obliged to come )nto the city to get his pay. Clauaei regarding taxes on build* Ingt were held ever pending the Introduction of provincial legislation covering those questions. Mayor Hardle was present on behalf of the city of Lethbrldfee.  *    bio Iprice for fLax ? � ./ --r, ' .* - Mlnneupolls'., Mlnu,, Jtar. 8. >- day at $4.21 a bushel at the Minneapolis chanlbor'61 com 'Ottnwa, March -8.-riiQ^ uei'qmoiilea nt the opening.of parlinmi^nt oh Mon:,. (liiy, March IS/wUl IHj'qIt a strictly! Imslno^s^llko chlirnctdr,.^1tt'rt'(ils, thiB Rxampio Is being followoS of the Brit-jsh parllatnent.'whcfe the kiht; and his Blttff oHlclBted;at thoopentii^ service In kliaki. Apart Irbihtha deslre^tb sivold unnocessary display at^-the pres,-ont time, It l� expta:ineil, the tempbr-iiry Bonfeto chamber>does, ribt-len A bomb which fell in a norihera suburb destroyed two houses and damaged the windows of'every bouse in the street. Doors were wrenched from thi hinges and chimney collapsed. Not far away � dance.was In progress. It was not interrupted although the ^roar of the guns almost drowned out tho music. � " VTMC CANADA STARCH CO. LIMITEiB. .MONTREAL. r ' "� : COPY. : f � �:. - Grept Falls, Montana, ^ i. r - February'8,'1918. Northern Mollne Plow Co,, > Minot. North Dakota: ..Gentlemen:- ' ' ' \ i .Yours at Kami in regards to. information on tb� tractor for Mr. ^>Hunt at Calgary. The party who has^done the largest variety of work "'with their tractor is McKay Bros., atQildtord, Mont, They pulled a 11-foot double disc drill and three s�-Bon'8 champion Clydesdale, tor tho grand championship. ' ;,' TUB .CAy WIAN-.eAtT.CO. Organized labor, has approved a government measure whereby the 120,000 prison population in the U.S. will be utilized for war and government work. - - i -; Because tho Y. M. C. A, auditorium at Gamp Caster was rotuscd for the purpose of a sergeant's dance, all Y.M. ClA. activities there are under a soldier boycott. / � White immigration to the U.S. during the past six months l|a9 been less than emigration; 3,000 more blacks, however, entered tho republic than left it. , Each ........ ....... CDC Finest Celery OC^ 2 lbs................. �>^C No. 1 White Potatoes O OC 100 lbs.............. CtbO Carrot*. 'OC.� 7 lb*................ ZDC TiirrtTps. 0C� 10 lbs................ bOQ ,Par*nlps. Ofi* 6 lb*. ....... J,.......... AUC Oranges, i%M Dozen ............... *�**V Florida Grape Fruit. b, C. Onion*. -OC ^ 7 lbs................. 63C Good Cabbage. OCm 6 lbs.................w. William Parke, the; director, has been Miss Hulette's director tor over a year and thus has been associated with airot her greatest auccesses. He understands his little star thprough-ly and knows hpw to get her beat from her. In tho cast one finds .the hanies ot several sterlMgt players' who hove appeared in other ot Miss Hulette's pictures and who'thus have he^ come old friends with Miss Hulette's admirers, among themJ. H. Qllm'our, Wm. Parke, Jr., Paul Clerget, Joyce Fair, Tula Belle and Wm. A. Sullivan. Headateheis come mo^ly fromdispiiderB^ the stomach, liver and bQi^el& Regulate these pnwuakeep free from headaches, by uamg BEECHAIi^S PILLS t^n*t StJ# af AarM�4MM|a*jjr�Mi MONDAY, MARCH tt ^LAW h: I (.� 1 ct. w UURtTTE TAYLOR'^ GREAT NI-WVORK SmiV. UNITED /TAXI SERVICE PHONE JS7. ' 78i^ ' A TRIAiyOLC FINE'ARTI DRAMA. ONE OP J^f. BEST Olive Thomas� ' - I-in-m. ^ _^ ALSO A GOOD COMEDV; "�ACKftMO SONS �..FORW'A|tb DAu'Gi^'feW|!! lE'ARTI DRAMA. ONE OP J^iK BEST fely�|l':,lfeiiji; ^^i' ' Dil.'H.-lii/^TO^iy. ' "' Pr�ald*nt - /^Ibvrta i, lliiif;;er)|agad on TONIGHT AND TOMORROW PATHC PRMCNTB GLApt$ HULETTE 1% icrtRV M^nys Mixup" BTIjlANP COMaOX PRICES aoeand 10c ........^;�ak,.,.,,..?y,. iMsai ?16116 ;