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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta EDISON PHONOGRAPHS TThe New Edison and the Omberoln. Full ' rande of models" always in stock. Come in and aep tlicm. \. .AS3INIB0IA MUSIC CO.. LTD. eVERVTHINO MUSICAL Phone .1545, 315 6th St. S.. Lethbrldfic, Alta QTRAIGHT from the farm ^ to your table, DELANYS MEAT CO. riFTH ST. S. y OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 HdTEL WlNfeffeQR EUROPEAN PLAN  ) MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO LOA P.M. ve have had fqi-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 the east have been unable to make shipments reigularly. They advise us that they expect to be able to make shipments regularly throufghout this month. .  - HIGH-CLASS GROCERS GOOD CO.; PHONE S^25 Telegraph Briefs BELGIAN RAID i'ari.*. Miir. 12.-lu a successful raid north of Ulxmudo the Holgiaiis took ;i number ot prisoners, says today's oi-ii-HAl Belgian report. COURT HOUSE BURNS Springfield. Ohio, Mar. 12.-Clark county'.s court house here, which it is believed will cost $.">00,(y)0 to replace, is in ruin.s .is � result of an early morning fire today which gutted the building.  FARMHOUSE TRAGEDY Calgary. Mar. U'.-William 11. Bartshot of Ferry Point. AUa., is here today to bnry his two children who were buraed to death iu the farmhousd last Saturday, while the father was away haitling coal, and riie mother had gone to the -well to get a pall ot water. The house was demolished In fifteen minutes and the two children, aged one and two rears respectively were incinerated. ALL SAFELY LANDED Seattle. Wash., .^^ar. 12.-Everyone ofi the 170 passengers aboard the Pacific Steamship � company'. >*> o � > � WANT HIM IN. SENATE Toronto, March 12.-With one dissenting voice,'the city council at i]ts meeting yesterday passed a recommendation ot the boai-a ot control favoring the election of J. W. Lyon, president of the Hydro-Electric Hallway .Association of Ontario.- to the-sena:e. AMICABLY SETTLED Halifax, M^ir. 12.-J. B. McLaclilan. secretary o� the Amalgamated Mine' Workers of Nova Scotia, arrived in Halifai yesterday from Spring Hill, where he has been in connection with the new vrSge agreement of the Dominion Coal company with the minerf. The dispute has been amicably settled ) and production 13 at its height. SHIP MISSING Wallingford. Mass;. March 12.-The merchant ship Halifax, which sailed from an American port for.a British port about Thanksgiring, has not been heard from since she left' the Azores about December 10, according to a cablegram received today from Lloyds in Londoi^by John G. Phelan of this city. , COL. HARDY RESIGNS Toronto, Jiar. 12.-The resignation ot l^Ieut. Col. E. B. Hardy, president of the Greitt War A''etei-ans' association has been accepted by the executive of the a-ssociation. It takes effect on April 1. In his letter Col. Hardy states that his decision to vacate office is oh account ot the heavy duties required of him as commander of the "base hospital. . DENY REPORTS Washington, Mar. 12.-Reports that the railroad admlnistratiou had offered to provide for obligations ot $45,-000,000 of the New York-Xew Haven railroad were denied by John S. Wil-llaroa, director of the division of finance and purchases ot the railroad ad-ministraUonT No decision has been reached to the. extent ot government aid to tlia road, he said, although the subject is under consideration. The Twentieth Century Book Store "Everybody's Book Shop" "We SeU the Books Being Tallced About" 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 Winnipeg. Mar. 12.-The cash oats market was weak and lower today, with buyers very timid and Htraid to stock up further. There were some' sales at 2 to 3 .cents lower titan yesterday's spreads. Winnipeg Market' Oat's-  Ofion (.lose May......... ...' ' fit;', !)5's July...........!)5>b " VW:- Barley- Mav......'... ,� . 1?9 � ISS", Flax- - - 1 May............ 401 I02U ' .r.uly .. .�...... ... 406ii y99>i , Cash Prices.. . Oats- ' �- Xo. 2 C. W. 04-� 'No. ;i i". \V. 91T.S li;xtra Xo, 1 I'eed............... 'JVa No. 1 Feed.. 8S-^ Ho. 2 Feed.. SG^s Barley-No. a .....#1SS"4 No. 4-......lS3n I Rejected----157 Feed......I.'jI Flax- - . No. 1 .V. W. C...................'(JiTU No. 2 e. W. 39;iKj N-b. a 0. W. ;VT7Vi,J Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg. Mar. 12.-Receipts at the Union stock .vards today-were 400 cattle and 480 hogs. The cattle and hog markets were.steatly and tinchanged. Qutjtatldns: ButcHer steers $7.50 to $i::; heifers $7..")n to. fll; cows .?G.25 to 510.50; bulls ?6..'i0-to 4i8.75; �'o.ten $5.25 to V^.^lo, calves le^-iO to U3.50-. dioice lambs .?15.50 "to ?_16;50. ' ' ' Hogs, selects $19.50-, heavies ?15 to 5l�; sows. $12 to ?ia,'.ligUfs $U to ne.   - Calgary Livestock Calgary, Mar. 12.-CattVe values ave quoted, steady today, topa scjllng at ?H.90. Only three cars'repbned tt)r sale. One load of hogs appeared and remained unsold up to 2 o'clock. -.The market is expected to open�iit 19 cents or better tomorrow.  ' St, Patrick's Day Novelties We have a splendid assortment of special decorations and novelties for the 17th (St, Patrick's Day) consisting ot the following; Irish Green' Pigs. 10c. 3 for 26c Irish Hat Candy Boxes, 10c,'3 for......... 25c Irish Caps of Crepe Paper for boys and girls, 15c, 2 for 2Sc Oecorottd. Crepe Paper Table- Covers ...........40c Decorated Crepe Napkins, package.................. 20c Decorated Paper Plates, doz. 40�' Decorated Crepe Doilies, package............ 15c St. Patricii's-'tSarlandSr 15 feet long .................... 35c SHamroek Seals, etc. package, ISc, 2 for.............;. 25c Drape Paper -Decornted with Shamrock!, etc., folio ..... 25c Shamrock Decorated Tea Sets, each.............____.. 76c THE R�D cross DRUG & book co., LIMITED PHONE 555 . ^ CITY AND^_DISTR|CT  Qlose Pakovwkl Office The C. P. U. telegraph office at Pnkowkl has been c^sed. ' Knappen Msn Gassed Pte. Jas. Sumner, of Knappou. 1.^ reported as having boon gnssod. ITALIANS BRING.. . . DOWN FIVE HUNS Rome, Mar. 12,-Fiv� enemy air-', planes were brought down'yesterday, it is officially annoiineed. Robert Warwick in' FH of Jealousy KiUs Wife Robert W'arwick,' stage favorite, matinee idol, and screen' stftr. assUt--ed by Elain Hammerstelri, "daughter of the famous Nevy A'ork theatrical luanager and producer,' seen in the latest photpplay offering* "The Mad Lover" at the Empress tonight for' the last time.-Advertisement, i . | UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS AND SERVICE THOS. F. RYAN LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE, ALEXANDRA HOTCL. OR P.O. BOX 408 TYPEWRITERS REBUILT OR EXCHANQJED. AUL MAKES. a: Stove Logic UnlesB the stove Is well set up and connected with the outlets, it ,cannot give you the service ycu �peot. Heating stov?i and ccoklne ranges, sot up an 1 piped by us,. are botiiid to serve you �well. because' ]we, guarantee -our'' �work 'us being' perfect, permanent and rea'sqiiablu In price. . The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. , REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA Good Hay QuickC Timothy and Upland Prairie . Farm Products Ltd. W. J, Lloyd, Mgr. 201 Sherlock BIdg., Phont 777 COLORITE AND^DYOLA � �''"8a8"e-CW*en, ' Cardinal Red, Violet, . Navy anilCadet-Blues,.. . BVRNT STFiAW, ^ Jet and Ouir Black, Cerise,^ Lavender; Yeilov/, . Browri, Etc Etc. ^ J.D. HisiflbothaD&Co -- Limited �" 'AVjerWt Pioneer . DruggItU* Wholesale and R*tail Chemlita, V TELEPHONE No. 322 To Close Deals ,T. 11. Patrick went to Great Falls this morning to close a number ot (\eals for his pure' bred stock. ' Coal Men Here J. Jlyers and J. D.^JoolUtle of Winnipeg. *ho are connected with Fed-ei%l Ckials, Ltd., are iu the city today. Trades Council The regular meeting ot the Lelh-brldgo Tradea-oiid Labor Council will be held in the Labor Hall tomorrow (Wednesday) at S^o'clpck. Court Unity, A. O. P.'. The above Order will meet iu St. JIa/y.'s Hall tonight at 7.30 slmrp. After the meeting a social evening will be held, the occasion being the 7th anniversary ot^the formatlou ot the lodge. Retailers To Meet The retail merchants of the city to a man are expected to attend the meeting in the board ot trade building tonight to hear the report ot the dele-gates'to the recent conferences to Edmonton. , Goes To Chicago ' ilo'admaster Fitzpatrigk of the Lethbridge division is leaving today for Chicago to attend |ihe annual maifttcnance of way convention in that city as the representative, from this division of the,CP. K. Easter .Greetings Make your Easter Greeting; a personal one. "ifour phbtor graph will add individuality; to your message of thought-fulness and godd will.", f, MAKE THE'APPOJNTMENT TODAY. Smith'a'Studio 906 Third Ave, 8. Phone 1471 UNITED TAXr SfiRVlCE ......' PH6nE 387. 72-� Superior Supply Co. ZnU Ave. S. and 13th Street \ MINING. BUILDING & RAILW.W SUPPLfSB 4 EQUIPMENT TUDHbPE. ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOWS SULKIES fORD. TRACTOR ATTACt* '  BUQQIE8   MENT8. . DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAIL^^RS CULTIVATORS BINDHR ENSI.'IEI ' PHONE 17;56-TAKE A BLUB LINE CAR Are you taking adVant-' age of our Clearance Sale of : Wall Papers COME e^'�i.y,;> . , . ........>^>)va� the to be Eitabliahed in Lethbridge and Today Is first In serwing'uniforntly first quality mtat't. % We do buslntu b/ phone. ' r. cqultry The Albertti Meat Markat phonie492 ;  YOUR'5 SAFE^AT tHE SANlTlUtY. SHOP; WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank Bf Mon^raai Re-opens In Business A. J. Schlelfer, formerly manager I't t'he Royal store, has leased half of thp ground floor of the Dallas hotel, and Is opening a men's clothing and furnishings store at the end of the month. Mr. Schlelfer bought the balance of the Royal store stock and is bringing in new goods. Case Dismissed In District (!ourt this morning he-fore. Hi.s Monor .Judge Jackson, the case ot Tropical Paint and Oil Co.vs Graham, was , dismissed . with co.its. This was a suit over the payni�nt.for a shipment made by the' above company to the defendant whidh he refused owing to delay in delivery. Shipment Tractors SomtL indication ot the manner in which gas tractors are being sought' by the farmers in this district is shown in, the fact that on Saturday a carload ot three Twin City IC-ao's was unloaded by McClenaghan and Taylor for the Felger Perming Co.'s big farm south of the city. Carload after ca,rload ot tractors are being received by the various /dealers in the city and a very ready sale is being found for these production makers-.' '  BETTER HANDLING OF OVERSEAS TRADE Ottawa, Mar. 12.-Methods of more expeditioualy handling of ovar \sea8 trade during the coming sVa-Von were taken up afa confeVence between the members of the government and transportation' men which opened at 11 o'clock today. The conference was presided over by the prime minister. NO DAI^AGE . ' Ronie, Mar. ,12.-No damage ot a military nature was caused iby the attack on Naples early today by eneiny ablators, it is announced'officially. IF you {lEED HAY caLl on F. O. HYDE & CO, Phone 1244 Letfibrldga aCedar Jlops O'Cedat Polish Large ^ottlea....../.......SOc Small'Bottle* ..... 28c Imperial Quart Tina......$1.23 Imperial Half-Gallon Tint $2.00 Imperial Gallon TIni.....$3.00 Also LIQUID'VENEER, 2Se and 60c bottlaa. Bun and Polly Prim FURNITURE POLISH. . . All kinds of ,^ BRASS POLISH, SILVER POLISH KNIFE t>0LI8H, STOVE'POLISH, STOVE PIPE VARNISH, ANTI SOOT, WITCH SOOT DESTROYER, P9WDERED WAX, FLeORVWA^, and' all the small artlcl^uaually kept in a first data hardvvare store. Kcc CAN �m'.orpicc CONSUMERS' HARDWARE m WM. OAVIES CO. More Than Six Tons of Chickens May Have To Be Destroyed'Because Bad Win'nipeg, Mar. I'^.-i-Artother six tons of chicken* in, the William Davles cpmpafiy storage plant is under In*pectl6n by the city food inspector to ascertain if it is hot tit for humanfood. Four and a half tons already have been destroyed^ '   'J. O. McGregor has wired H. B, Thomson, fopd controller,'at Ottawa in regard to the destruction of so mu'ch, chlckisn,' A reply re- . ceived^Btate'* that an order-ln-eoUn-cll awaits'ith'e'aignatune of the governor general, giving the food board powir'to-punlah in L^THBhlDGE 1 , Offic* and Typavifriter Oaeks, Chair*, Piling Cablnati, AganU foit-Woodat9ek..:ryMwrlter*,Cll^'i|, Mimeograph, F, A E., Cheek Writer,' . Standard Envelope Saater, and Stamp Affixar, Burrought' Addlho :. � Machine. � , ' V V rBtdek:.Ragiit^ra,''eaU. and Stock. Certlflcatei..', A PULL LINE/OFOPPICE STATIONERY. � 7- Sinnatt Block, cor, W'Ave, and 5th St. L & FRANKS ; Phona 110? ;