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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta . ] EDISON PHONOGRAPHS The New Edison and the Oiv.berol.i. Full range of models always in stock. Co;-;; in and sec them. ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. EVERYTHING MUSICAL Phone 1545. 315 6th St. S.. Lethbridce. Ait.i. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL W1 NDS OR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. b i-iy � mi iiiiiiiii i aataiaiiiiii - iBi' S TRAIGHT from the farm to your table. DELANYS MEAT CO flFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE -Y..2 Edison Disc and Cylinder RECORDS We have"just opened a large shipment of both Edison Disc and Cylinder Records. You can now get many numbers thn; have been chert for some time. Come in while the selection is good. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1437 Fresh Coast Sealed Oysters The first shipment we have had for a month has just arrived. Owing to the very .-.evere cold weathe; and the difficulty in getting shipping room on the boats out-shippers in the east have been unable k) make shipments regularly. They advise us that they expect to bfc able to make shipments regularly throughout this month. HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 5 2 5 RUSSIAN REDS ' TO INVADE PERSIA "Vashiliston. March li.-Invasion of PcTsm by sttiali detachment? >>:' the. Russia n K�fiJ Guard was indicated to-, di.y ;t> the state depisi-'meni today ill ,i teieeiv.m fr"in Teheran. Aci-orditm . (he report there, the fon-f. which ; �s r,oi more than !"(>. is said to be . planning an advance on Teheran. ; ALASKAN STEAMER WRECKED Juneau. Alaska. .Mann in.-The -team.ship Admiral Evans, of the Pacific Steamship Company, was wrecked near Uocliiawk Inlet cannery Saturday afternoon, acconlinsr to word received here late las; niput. All of the llu persons aboard her are reported safe and were expected to reach here today on the srr;uner Sophia. Whether the vessel js a total loss is nut known. WANT STATUS OF BORDERS UNDERSTOOD Amsterdam. .March 11.-- The M'� scr Z'-iiung of Bremen, say-the majoritv parties of ihe re';S':., Extra No. 1 Feed No. I Feed. . 1)1-\ I Barley-No. ......IMS'., Rejected . . . . loS i . Fhix- ] No. 1 N. W. r. ' No. 1! C. AV- -i'F'i No.-t'l Feed . Close �ii.h.".; ;'.!'S�', w. :).->>4 . i!>"> . lr.ij AMERICANS ROBBED ; J'ekin. March S.- (Delayed)-- Two : American engineers. Nyl 'and Purcell. ' hove been captured and robbed by ' bandits near Yehsien. in the province i .>;' jfonan. A Chinese nsistant also i was taken prisoner. ' No. :; C. \V. 11 LOST LIVES ' THE BEER WITHOUT A PEER SERVE COLD ancwes and Borneo by THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING & MALTING CO. LTD. LsTHBRioaE. Alberta. Winchester. X. v.. March II.'-Fun-1 erals of ten children and one adult, who lost their lives Saturday nieht. when a fallititr wall of the- adjacent building crushed t'.te roof of a moviujj l>ii:inre theatre and buried approximately one hundred occupants under the debris, were held today. By proclamation of the mayor, all business houses were closed. i Twenty-two persons are in the county hospital. Lust night it. was said all] were on the road to recover;.'. | ftiCITY AND DISTRICT I St Patrick's Day * Novelties We have a splendid assortment of special decorations and novelties for the ITth (St. Patrick's Day t consisting of the,following: Irish Green Pigs. 10c, 3 for 25c Irish Hat Candy Boxes, 10c, 3 for ...................... 25c Irish Caps of Crepe Paper for boys and girls, 15c. 2 for 25c Decorated Crepe Paper Table Covers ................. 40c Decorated Crepe Napkins, package ....... .......'..... 20c Decorated Paper Plates, doz. 40c Decorated Crepe Doilies, package .'.................... 15c 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 Sets, each ................... 7Sc THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LIMITED PHONE 555 i_ Fernie Man Gassed Casualty lists contain rho name of Corp. Davidson. Fernie. B.i .. passed. In the Ncrth Supt. MaeKintosh. of the C.IMJ.. i inspecting the nor;hern half of his il vision todav. Retailers to Meet i A meeting of the retail merchants � of the city will he held in the board of trade rooms on Tuesday evening. i Gojs to l^rgina j President Mnrnoch of the board of ; trade, leaves this i-iicuioon to attend I tlio joint, comiti'iic o' commerce and ! agriculture at Ker.inn. I Board of Trade Council i The fortnightly meeting of the conn- ; ! c: : * : > : * : * * > ? ? o ? * COL. THOMPSON WANTS ? RECOUNT ? FEW EN*EMY BONDS j Washington. .March 11.-Nationa}-iianks of the United Stales hold comparatively fev,- bonds of the enemy ! governments. Comptroller Williams j today turtle public figures showing i that ou December banks had 'JSh.-j ii."i:;.o"0 bonds of foreign governments; 1 of the total only ?7n",UH0 being securi-| ties of Germany or Austria-Hungary, i Other foreign .securities held by the j bunks amounted to $6�,9S0.0OO. mak-i ir.g the total of foreign securities j ^35n.044.i)ii0. ;us com paved with $297.-J 2-'{�.000 on November J7, 1910, and I $155,500,000 ou Jlav 1, 1-91�. ! SPINAL MENINGITIS The Twentieth Century Book Store 'Everybody's Book Shop" 'We Sell the Books Being Talked About" E14 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 Amherst. N. S.. March 11-Private c. p. Knocton o;' South Intervale. Guysboro county. X. S.. and Private L. B. Perry of Cape Negro Island, Snelburne county, X. S., died from spinal meningitis at the Highland View hospital yesterday. Both men . are draftees under the Military Service Act and were members of the depot battalion quartered in ^.his town. The barracks are under strict quarantine. PUT DRUG IN HIS EYES UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS AND SERVICE THOS. F. RYAN LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE, ALEXANDRA HOTEL, OR P.O. BOX 408 TYPEWRITERS REBUILT OR EXCHANGED. ALL MAKES. | St. Louis, ivfo., March 11.- Eugene | J. Dean, of Mexico, Mo., today was ! .sentenced to imprisonment at Leav-| enworth. Kansas, for a year for_Tiola-'� tion of the F-rpionage Act. He was j found guilty of having offered tn put a (hug mi the eyes of William .1. John-i son. so that Johnson would be reject-I ed in the army draft. Dean formerly i was a Methodist pastor. j * : : : ? : : * ; * > � Goph?rcide. Maye-s "Sure Death." Bolciuan's Poison Grain. Etc., Etc.. Etc. QUANTITY QUOTATIONS ON REQUEST J. D. Kiginbotham & Co 1 Limited '�� Tke ^MSCstt JVdt* "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists* Wholesale and RctaJJ Chemists. TELEPHONE No. 322 ..loose Meeting !,">> Hi Orcter of .Moose Xi ~iiielci'S'. t .rt-e of Stove . Logic Unless the stove is well set up and connected with thosjout'ets, it cannot, give you the service you ('.:peci. Heating, stov-; ard (��jK-kiv.B ranges, se' tip an i pipod hy us. tire bound to serve you well because we guarantee our work as being perfect, permanent and reasonable in price. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGt, ALBERTA I* Calgary. March 11.-That all ? hospitals now under the -inili-> tary hospitals commission ex-; cept those treating cases of ? tuberculosis, insanity or incur- ? able diseases will ba taken ? over by t he milifia^depart^ent ? April 1. is the statement, of : Lieut. Col. ('. F. McGuffin, as-: risiant director of medical ser- ? vices in .Militia District who- ? h.'.is just, returned from Ottawa ? where a conference on the sub-: ject was held. Easter Greetings Make .coin Easter Greeting a personal one. Your photograph will add individuality to your message of thought-fulness and good will. MAKE THE APPOINTMENT' TODAY. Smith's Studio 80G Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 For Red Cross The Don. Treas. of the T?e.l Cross Society acknowledges with thanks donations of $10.00 from Mrs. Shaver: S-5.00 from Mr. aiura, and the following amounts per .Mrs. H. S. Pawson, Ooaldalo: R. .1. Could. ?:;..r>o. Miss Jessie Ross .$5.00, Peter L-und & Sou $25. Hig Sisters class $n;',.00* Brother-in-law Killed A rather sad conclusion to the anniversary services at Knox church last evening was the news which c.imo to Rev. W. (1. .Wiison, special speaker of the day, that his brother-in-law, Laur-ier Fraser, a son of the late Governor Fraser of Nova Scotia, had been killed in action. The young man was but 21 years of age, having enlisted with the 22!Hh battalion, lie formerly practised law in Moose .law. morn than a million dollars' damage | in Vanwert and Rnulding counties, (Ohio, where it did its greatest destruction, it is believed today that, the number of deaths will not exceed six or seven. Five are known dead anil ! there are several injured, who may | die. Details of the havoc are not yet fully known, because of wreckage of the telephone system and blockaded highways. The storm's path shows evidence that the wind of the tornado was as 'narrow as fifty yards in some j places, while in other places it spread into a storm miles wide. New York Caught Too New York, Mar. 11.-New York was on the southern edge of the cyclonic storm from the middle west yesterday and it gain which attained a velocity of S2 miles an hour which swept out of the north*vest caused the death of one man and injury to many other porsonSi The gale whs accompanied by a sudden drop in temperature from 49 to I 17 degrees in the space of a few hours. SUSTAIN CONVICTION Washington, March 31.-Conviction of Curl Bunz, managing director and two other officials of the Hanibuvg-American line, for violating the shipping laws by sending supplies to German cruisers from American ports were in effect sustained today by the supremo court which refused to review the proceedings. London, March 11.-The Can- ? adian Associated Press under- requested a recount of the sold-iers votes taken in England for South Renfrew. > T. W. Preston, the opposi- a recount for the Yukon. V. ? * X. Cockshutt. asks for a re- ? count for Drant. ? NEW AUSTRIAN WAR CREDIT Amsterdam. March 11.-The upper housn of the Austrian reichsraht. sny.s a Vienna dispatch, has adopted a provisional war credit of sixty million kronen for the next four months. During the debate on the bill Dr. Von Scydler, the premier, emphasized the necessity for reforms in the Austrian legislature. , _ CRITICIZE GERMAN INTRIGUES Washington, March 11.- Germany's commercial intrigues were criticized in the senate during debate on administration amendments to the .deficiency appropriations bill, empowering the president to sell enemy property and acquire the lloboken piers of the North German Lloyd and Hamburg-American Steamship Lines. To Cure a Cold In One 0*y Take LAXATIVE BROMO QU1XIXK (Tablets.) It' stops the Cough and Headache and works off the. Cold. K W. GROVE'S signature on each bo:; 30c. UNITED TAXI SERVICE PHONE 387. 72-8 i| This Meat Market was the UNITED TAXI SERVICE PHONE 387. 72-6 Superior Supply Co. 2nU Ave.'S. ant) 13th Street. MINING. BUILDING �. RA'.LY/AY SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENT* GANG PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH BUGGIES MENTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS EIND7R ENSI.lEi PHONE 1726-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR Aie you taking advantage of our Clearance Sa'e of Wall Panes COME early. m Present Stand 118 5th Street S. New Stand will he ' Lethbridge Hotel Block. IN MEMORIAM in memory of Pte, K. L. Jackson, killed in action March 11th, 1017; also Pte. S. J. Jlmiiiot'son, killed in action, Feb. lath, 1917. There on the battlefield They calmly took their place. They fought and died for Britain And the honor of their race. We mourn for them 'n silence, But with no outward show. For the hearts that mourn sincerely Beats silently and slow. * NKLI.Ii:. First to be Established in LethbriAje and Today \' first in serving uniformly first quality meats. We do business by phone. R. COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 492 f. IF YOU NEED HAY CALL ON O. HYDE & CO. Get Your Old Shoes from the bottom of the closet, sort a pair or so ami, no matter how much worn they may appear to you, bring them here. They must be very bad indeed if we cannot repair them on our modern machines. They practically remake the shoes. Give ohr service a trial. You'tl'fiud-it a great saver of shoe expense. O. K. Shoe Co A. R. REDSHAW A. j. RASMUSSEN 817 Third Avenue South, Lethbridge Phone 733 This store to be opened on Tuesday, March 12th at 8 a.r Builders9 Supplies CEMBNT, LIME, WOOD FIBRE PLASTER, EMPIRE FINISH, HOL. LOW TILE, BRICK, ROOFINGS, BUILDING AND TAR PAPER, FIRE PLACE MANTLES AND GRATES, TILE, BEAVER BOARD, PLATE .GLASS, MURANESE GLASS, COMMON GLASS, AUTO WINDSHIELDS. IThe Western Supply & Equipment Co. Ltd. PHONE 1044 FOURTH- ST. .8., LETHBRIDGE YOUR'E SAFE-AT THE SANITARY SHOP. WESTBROOK BROS. OpposiU Bank of Montreal 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. 4 - Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South Telfphone 732 Is" Office Equipment EVERYTHING YOU MAY NEED Agents for: Woodstock Typewriter; Dick's Mimeograph; Y. A E. Check Writer; Burroughs Adding Machine. OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH US EVERALL & FRANKS Sionott Block, cor. 4th Ave. and 5th St. Phons 1107 ;