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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta EDI80N PHONOGRAPHS "Mi The. N�w Edison and the Orfib�rolr. FiiH;-� range of models always in stock. Come/|rt .and see them. J,. AS8INIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD EVERYTHING MUSICAL �> �' Phone 1545, 315 6th St. S.. LethbridQS, A!ta. r, LETHMlDGEt DAILY HERALD HOTEL WlNbl^ORi tUROPEAN PL'AN ,  , A MEAC8 FROM iB.OO A.M. TO COO l>.M. i-. \ -A---i-ui.. STRAIGHT ftcmthe farm to your table.' DELANYS MlE^i^^ FIFTH ST. S. - O.PPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE .152 Edisoii Disc and Cylinder RECORDS We have'just opened a large shipment'Of both Edison Disc and Cylinder Records. You can now get maiiy nunibers th.i: have been short for some time. Come in while the selection is good. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL OBiMS^k^r. Store PHONE 1437 Coast Sealed Oysters The first shipment we have had for a month has just arrived. Owing to the very severe cold weather and the difficulty in getting-shipping room on the boats our shippers in theicast have beeii unable \o make shipments rie^ularly. TKey advise us that'they expect to bt; able to make shipments regdlat-ly throughout this ith.  > V V - ' �� , �;� . mont  HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO PHONE 525 RUSSIAN REDS TOINVADfe PERSIA ;'? > > > : > : > Wcser Zoitung of Bremen, sa.vs the raajority partliJs of the reich.'itaK intend to insist upon complcto clearness rogardiiip the status of the former Uus-sian border states before ratification of the � peace treaty -with Russia-. � � > * * � � AMERICANS ROBBED Pekiu,.Mnrx:hS.-( Delayed I- Two .American engineers. Nyl'and Purcell. l\avc been captured and robbed by bandits neat Tehsien, in the province of Honaii. A Chinese asistani also was taken prisoner. ' .Inly >.......... Harley- .May ............ ll'O Flax- .May a!>l 100',i July............ r.!>S^^ Cash Prices Oat.-- .\o. 2 C. W. >1SV4 No. 3 C. \V. :)5U Extra No. 1 Feed .............. !t4Vi Xo. 1 Feed.. 91.\ -No. t Feed.. ST^j Barley- ' *. , i Xo. 3 ......1!>SU Xd.*I ......iit'i J Rejected____i;s Feed......loO . Flax- No. \ X. \V. C..............."flT's Xo. 2 c. ."tv. .'iai", Xo. c. w. uVuis 11 LOST, LIVES 'tmc beer withouta peer � RtWCD ANDBOTTLIO BY COLD TliE LeTHBRioise Brewing a Maltin6Co.^td. .LitHSnioai. AUBEtlTA. Winchester. X. Y.. March 11.-Funerals of ten cliiidreu and ouS adult, who lost their lives Saturday night.' when, a falliuK wall of the- adjacent build tub' crushed root of a.raovlug picture theatre and buried approximately one hundred occupants'under tlie debrl?. were held tod�y. By proclamation of the mayor, all buSi-nes.s houses were closed. ) 'I'wonty-two persona are in the cotui SfcPatridc'sDay  Noveltief- ; W'o have a splendid assort-luent of special decorations and novelties for the 17th (St. Patrick's Day.) consisting ot tho\(ol. lowing: Irish Green Pigs, 10c, 3 for 250 Irish Hat Candy Boxes, 10c, 3 for .;................./.. 25c Irish Caps of Crepe Paper for boy� and!'girls, 15c, 2 for 25c Decorated Crepe Papers Table, Cover* .... i............ 40c Decorated, Crepe Napkins, pack- age ..........'----, SOCi; Decorated Paper Plates, doz. 406' Decorated Crepe Doilies, package................. 13c St," Patrick's Garlands, 15 feet long................... 35c Shamrock' Seals, etc. package, 15c, 2 for ..........25c Drape Paper Decorated with Shamrocks, etc., folio ..... 25c Shamrock', Decorated Tea Seta, each................... 76c THE REDXROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LIMITED P,HbNE 555 � . 1 wonty-two persona are m the cotui- yp ty hospital, bast nifeht It was said nil jr were on the road to recovery. ^ [-�= CITY AND DISTRICT Fernie Man Gassed Casualty lists contain tlio name ot Corp. Davidson,^ Ferule; H.C.. gnsssd. In the North Supt. MaoKintosh. ot the C.P.R., is inspecting the northern half ot liis division today. Retailers to Meet A meeting of the retail merchants of the city will bo held iu the board of trade rooms on Tuesday evening. Goes to l\fgina .President .Mnriioch of the hoard ot trade, leaves this afternoon to attend tho'joint conim;iteo o! cpnimorce nnU asriculture at Regina. Board of Trade Council The fortnightly meeting ot the coun-. oil ot the board of fade will bu held I ill the board of trcily rooms on Tuesday afternoon a! four o'clock. FEW Er/EMY BONDS The Twentieth Century Book Store "Everybody's Book Shop" "We SeU the Books Being Talked About 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 UNDERWOOD TYPEiRITERS Wa.shingtou. March 11.-N'ationah banks of the United .States'hold com-parntlveiy few houds ot the enemy governments. Comptroller Williams today public 'figures showing that on December ol bahkp had-'JSC-USS.OOO bonds of foreign governments; of the totnlonly $707,000 being secufi-ties of Germany or Austria-Hungary. Other foreign .securitieH held by the banks amounted to $69,890,000. making tha total ot tiJreIgn. securities ?3o0,644,000, a.s compared with $297,-2'3G,000 on Xovember 17, ' 1910 and, $158,500,000 on May 1, 1516. SPINAL IVIENiNCITIS Amherst, X'. S.. March 11.-^Private C, P. Knocton ot South "-lnt(irvnle, Guysbpro county, N..'S.,"RndvPrivate U B. >erry of Cape Negro Island, Shelburne county, M. S., died from spinal meningitis at the Highland View hospital yesterday; Botli. men.are draftees under the Military Service Act arid were members' of the (fepot battalion nuartered ih.^this town. The barracks are under strict quarantine.  " ... , PUT DRUG 11^ HIS EVES AND SERVICI^; THOS. F; RYAN LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE, ALEXANOJIA HOJEUf OR P.O; BOX 408 TYPEWRITERS REBUILT dR EXC'hAN6EI>';IaL1. MAKES. : Logic Uulesa the stove Js well set up and.'connected \^lt]j the*BuUels, it cannot ^Ivo you the service you �.'.%-pect. H?ating. 8tov?i ami ccioklu? ranges, 8?t up an I piped liy u8, are bound to aervo you well because we-guarantee our. work as being v perfect, permanent and rcasoiiable In price. The Dixbii Sheet Metal Co. I^EAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDQC. ALBERTA 2 St. Louis. Mo., March il.- Bugeue J. Dean, of MexicOi Mo.,' tqday. .^was sentenced to imprisonment at Leavenworth, Kansas, for a year for-vlolaTJ tion of the Espionage A, John-sou, so that Johnspu would be rejected in the ariiiy draft. Dean formerly was-ft Metbodiat pantor. the Hiin of the The Gopher is unqvifes-tlonablythr-Htfn'Vofthe pinirie. .t^.- .. .The results':'of" his depredations are staggering millions each-year, ffj-i We havefhe^'PfoiJer Aifimun-itJon" for him. Strychnine'^fn' bulk or In ounces.) .'4 Kill-Em.Quick (50c and $> Calgary, March 11.-That all ? * J copt those treating cases or over by the,militia, department * ? 'April 1, iS: the statement of ? ? Lieut. Col. C. F. McGuftin, Sh- * : sistant director ot mfedical scr- . * ? vices in Militia District 13, who- * ? has just returned from Ottawa. * ? ject was held. . * ? '  � ; chur.r.e of arrangerai;uts. UNITED TAXI SERVICE PHONE 317. 72-6 Easter (Sreetiogs JIake .vour Knster Greeting a personal one. Your photo-. graph will add individuality to your message of thought-fulness and'^good will. ' MAKE THE APPOINTMENT' TODAY. Smith VStadlo 906 Third Ave; �. Phone 147t For Red Cross The Hon. Treas. of the Ttod Cross Society acknowledges with thanks do-nattpns ot ?10.00 from Mrs. Siiaver; $25.00 from Mr. M'ara, and the/ following amounts p'cr Mrs. B. S. Pawson, Coaldale: K. J. Gould, $3..-iO, Miss Jessie Koss ?5.00, Peter Lund & Son ?2u, Big Sisters class faS.OO? Brother-in-law Killed A ra.ther sad conclusion to the anniversary, services at Knox cliurch last iaveping wa.s the news wliich came to itev. .W- G.sWlison, special speaker of the,-day, that his brother-in-law, Laur-(er Fraser, a son ot the late Governor Fra'ser of Nova Scotia, had been killed in action. The young man was but 21 years of ago, having enlisted with tho 229th. battalion. He formerly prac-tisetl law in Moose ,faw. Superior Supply Co. Znd Ave.'8, and 13th Strett. V MININQ, BUILDING & RAILWAY .6UPPUE8 EOUIPMENT .rUDHOPe ANDERSON AND EMERSON PA,AM;ir4PL6MENT� GANG PLOWS SULKIER fORO TRACTOR ATT AC  UQOIEt MfeNTS. OK^OCRATS AUTjQ TRAIL2Be / CULTIVATORS BltiDr.R ENaiMEl / . PHONE 172�-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR Aie you taking' adyant-^i age of oui- Cleamrice Sa'ij' of ' Wall Panes come eArlv; Robertp's Present 9(�nd 11� ftti^tfee't.V. New �tan FURNITURE POLISH. . . All kinds of BRASS POLISH. SILVER-POLISH KNIFE POLISH, - STOVE PdLISH, STOVE PIPE VARNISH, ANT I SOOT, .WITCH SOOT DESTROYER,' POWDERED WAX, FLOOR WAX, and all the small, articles uaiially kept in a first cliise hardware store. m9c c,vm.rAT.arricc CONSUMERS' HARDWARE CO. I Colund)ua, Ohio, Mar. 11.-While reports conliniuo to dribble In show tiiat Saturday's - tornado^;wrought perhaps, nioro than a million dollars' damage in Vanwert and - Rauldlug counties, Ohio, where it did its greatest destruction, it la -believed today that the number ot deaths will not exceed six or seven., 'Five are known dead and there nro several injure(l, wlio may die. Details of the havoc are not yet fully kiibwn,, beeause of Avrcckage r.f tho telephone system and blockaded higliways.- The storm's patli ahow-h evideude that the' wlud of tho tornado was as harrow as fifty yards in some places, while In other places it spread into a storm miles wide-New York Caught 'Too New York, Mar. 11.-New Yorkvwaa on tho 'southern" edge of the cyclonic storm from tho middle west yesterday and a gale which attained a velocity of 82 miles an hour which swept out ot the northwest caused the death ot one man and injury to mati'y other porsoaSi Tifo gale was accoippanled by a sudden drop in temperature frbni 49 to 17 degrees In tho space of a few hours'. SU8TA.IN .CONVICTION WrasUIngtou",. March. 11.-Couvlctlou ot Carl Buhz, niftnaglng director and two other officials - ot the Hamburg-American line, tdr, violating the shipping laws by sending supplies to German cruisers Crom American porta wore In effect sustained today by the supremo court which' refused  to re-vio>v the- proceedings., - . : '._�-'���'- - ? v ; o � � * *:\ 'i H A V FOR SALE CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALFAV fa, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND 8TRAW. CAREFUL ATTENTION 'TO ALL ORDERS. PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US for'' PRICES. 4 - Saunders Hay & Grain Go. .1221 2nd Avenue South Teltphone 732 Builders' SupplieiB CEMBlfT, LIME, WOOD FIBRE PLASTER, EMPIRe^F(N|8H, HOLLOW TILE; BRICK, ROOFINGS, BUILDING ANOlTARilP^APKRi FIRE PLACEViMANnrLE? ANO. ORATES, TILE, BEAVER BQARD, PLATE iGLASS.'^MURANESE GLASS, COMMON GLASS, AUTO WINDSHIELDS. The Western Supiiiy & Eq^ipinentiCp, |,td. PHONE 1044 >OURT:HUT^'-J*^"-li;ETHBRID,Q�,. 1 Office Equipment EVERYTHING YOU MAY NEED ' - , - t Aaente for: Wood�to6kATypawj;lter;.DIck'e Mimeograph; V, A. e. Check Writai", Burrougli^a Adding Maehlnt. ;<' ^am AN ACCOONT WITH US OVERALL & FRANltjS SlBitptt'Block, cor. 4tb Ave. and Bth^St. ; Phono 1107 T ;