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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta i$?MU�ICI IMUBICI MUSICt' tttiythlti^^tn the Mtistc Uiic; *f iVe.Afl!* Select HXIrdni;Ohri  "eTbtyUHKk .in Mt�sft:>JariU;;L AtillKiltOlAx MUSIC CO., LTD:ti,�. U - - �^''-^r^cgife.^ -��t%i7r^^v-'-.V ^ ' , for SATOrBaIy' DELANYS MEAT CO. '-i.fJFTH ST. S.  OPPOSITE OALUAirjH THE KENNY & NEXt ^.DALLAS HOTELS JSibre CO., Ltd. PHONE= �,t4S7-^: � �z. Paris, Mar. 15-Captain Schoeblor 'of Munich, who was.^aboard the Gotha brought ,down at .Bss'ones In the de-Tjarunent of Seine Et Ol^e,. on.JIon-day'night, met a. dramatic end. His two companions were burned'to deatli but the captain iuanaged to' extricate l;lmself from the' blazing machine and to run away from it.. A French sol-' dler'saw him and tolled Mm on the. -srouMiT to extinguish his buminB DeWOLPS SHOE STORE i � -  � Cor. 5th Street^anif 4th Avenue We have, opened up with a ^ew stock of Children's Shoes OUR PRICES'ARE RIGHT' TRY US AND SEE.- WE CARRY -WIOTHSi FROM " '  Ai TO 'E; The Ladles' Shoe-Store 5 �lothlng.siiOiSl>A �Mi4-�ol..In thla .wlH-b�,ablg#t th�� aikson. , .. . -v, GRARE FRUlT^s, aktra lafS* alie. Florldaa. pi^le* .each �:. ,V.'i.;rv4:n}U\-J.^..\.v'�..  ./HjalBc FRESH.CBteRY,r4^lb*j\.Tor . ............ 2�c FRESH CAUHrLOWlJi,.f�rlb. ............ .12e . HEAD LETTUCl,.,a.t�tMt for .....;......ajv. leaf teTTUC�,^p#r Ibi. ......... ... ^'.J, e . RIPE TOMATOBSt^llarJlW-/...   ' 3Be , POTATOES, �xtr�'5dry ai � IM.?ter.......^;.,2So HIGHCLASls, GROCER^ k' FRESH'0YSTEfiS>'the Co�at Sealed aelld >neat' kind. No ,Wdter^to pay foe. ' . N EW LAID Bobst ahrlVing"dally/ Mjirftet > Ice �each daV,'' - i  " . , ^KiapLe SYRUe.'^Bowea brand. Abselutely^ pure. ' Prices havot>i|vanGed on all maple ayrupa, but we had tMd:faefor,as.the advance. Qetjome at the old.priee.^t " , '".'ij  . � Quart tlnS) aaoh i ......... ...I.-Wc , Half Gallon, tins, each. r.. .'.^k .v. $1116. Gallon tina, eaeh .....-..;....... i. i.. �2.2B Qtiarf bot(l*a,^baeh ........^ .v,.. .660 ONTARIO tK&bse, fineat quality, 2 Iba. for BSc MINCE MEA'T In bulk, apeelal, .2lbi. for ,.. 3Sc WAGSTAPFE'I IMINCK^MEAT, In glaaa, apeelal, , eaoh.....20c No. 2 tlrta, aM'il�l. Meh ... ............ 30c SARDINES; Norwegian, Signal Brand. Same alie as King Oaear or.'Crosaed Flah. Quality fine. Price perjl* ....".......; ......... 20c OLEOMARCTXRINE, 'Swifta, freah In, price per pound ... i.r.. '>...............ivaii;:a fiSr demand for T�8h*llax with sprfead* unchanged. The futunT'iaarlcet' cid�i!d l%c lower for May oats-and Ic down for July. Barley dosed. 2Wc'hlghor for May. Flax closed fic lower for May and 7c lower tax, JnW^ : - � -l, - '^7 " E|c�^f ata^iding by their'.alde,:flth'er of suckling age or reglatered under one year, the cowa only tebe jbd|ed. HAY Tlmethy, . anUj/^pland' - Priirie Farm P^bfiacts Ltd: 201 .StierkKR Bljlg-.y-hon^ 777. Store TheTwentiethCekitiiry "Everybody'e Boik j'hop" ,V! ^ Sell '4 b^k^ieiiif Tdk^ a^^^^ shfoub^^jaIInue-.;'"' . i^feilings reflaapitaiV and-�P(>eazance,! thaii ^platter.' Kapeclal- . lA^large buildings f|�e,(!liUy deplrable. . ~ ^uPi^sUlfally and: ;lwic�va room that ' w GpiliDg, have it; hare it :from/ua.4 Iti^'orope.toyou; ttwhy. i " Winnipeg Oats- ' .May.......... July .......... Barley-May ... ....... Flax-- May......... . July ... ... .Cash ..Oals- X0..2 C. W. 90Vi Estra No. 1 Feed No. l.Feed.. 88�i Barloj- No. 3 ......194 Rejected... .158 ; Market '.Ofi�a.^Cla3o -194 - ... 39(5 �� v. m Pricea. , Ho. 3 193H 388V4 383 Vi I i-.......!>o% ^'0.,2 FCJ^d.-. 84'/i Flax No. 1 N.. W. C. No. 3. C. .W. SSO^l. 4X0. 4 Feed''. � - V...189 ..-.135 ,.........585^1 .No:^3MC;gV 363% Calgary Llveetock Calgarj-, Maf^~lo.-There is no appreciable change in IheHyestock sltu-^ ation since yesterday. Select bogs are : selling at 20 cents quite freely, there being, only 25(MJ on-j the market-; over yeaterday and today. Tetter-and .choice fat cavi �9.50' to 1^0.. OTrt-ittidO-ln . Btookera- hM picked up �omewbat and beat atock steers are :mpT)B|^ri�k)y at f9 to 99.50. There is-no^marketvon sheep, /but choice labba �wouldVbrtng I1&.S0 or,�16 and "ftethera/afdoUAr Hss. 'Winnipeg Llwoatbelci . Winnipeg. Mar. 15.'MReceIpt# at AUe Union, atbck yards >toda7.^were '435 caUIeand 1431 hogat ere,'./^ "^"chplcp )�mb�-llSiSft'^lo Shantirock lor St Patrick's D�y Call on Ftijfay or Saturday and gft fa Shamrock FREE, to wear otiv St Patrick's Ay. THE RED dlOSS DRUG &b001&.c0.�silMITED PHON^ "S5S7 FRUiT CONFERfeWoC} Ottawa, Mar. 13>-D. / John' 1 ture^ Has named ,^*rqh ,;!6'pnd 5V.av,daya for rf^frnlt.tSolifer-  ence, when;daleg4te8 from':the-C^  Atlantic to the Paqltic wm'-taeet'  The Dixon.Sh r HeAR.�JAFp�|IO BLOCK-, ? �. many ypari contentfi>)ia;' �:very; while the prairies alsdlWll,! h^ ''^ L b'Si^t'. '"E^ W- yt-. ' ^Daath of Young Lad \Th^re died In tho city on March 15, Melvln Joratad, ngea 5 years. Tho ro-jua.'ns are at Fetterly'sparlors await--mg. the arrlvi^l *ot the parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Jorstad of Barons. Give Cemmiaalona � why/ |>o�lpoM painlin^^.ancl. varnishing;; N7 Will l>e later. . ' , i ^ J^Read;^ Mixed Patht ' We-arjp,agents fdr the celebrated "Prism" brands made, by,Ihi^ Canada Pajnt Co. No better paint manu-factured;'Ouf guarantee goes with it. / . Varnishes We have varnishes suited for every purpose, also varnish.)staijnis in all the popular colbrs. Enamels fqr both lirpn aiid Wood, Alabastin^VCoralite' and every-* thing in this line.c Al^o a^larg^'stoclc of brushes'at modest'prices. Compare our price$: ^ Consumers Hat'dwa^eC^ gary has madtf ft'l^^jposslble toSitable ihe Horso Showaiid thOxBull Snle ati the same time,, nndrncw dntos have been seleote.d for the Ilorie Show, which will now be held April 12th. Thoro wlllbo nn nssoclaUon sale of horsey at the" same time. Entries S. J.,Shepherd has sent a check tor'n"'" tbo close on March 743 to the Red Cross, representluK! ^0"'- The ,>vofia'�.Jarge8t auction salo �|7' ..... con^niisslons earned on Victory Loan subscrfptlons received by tho dlftor-'ont.vlli provide an educational CecH Stacey, aged four months and that-wiarbevwprth going many by Rev. A. E. Snow. Interment in St. AUgustiJl's cemetery. . . - .. v!. and oa The mainstay of the ancients, .find expre^ion of the fullest value iri * Vinol The tonic food constructive ' youijig and oldi,,' J. D. Hifiiilioi ^- l-imited and rer [ir both �Allierta'a, - Plonear >*>Onia�lala|,^i .Wholesale and Retail^ ChefiflSt&T ; TELEPHONe,�lf.,^.V;,. 28 days; died at t^e residence, 940 7th^t., Thursday, Morch i4. The funeral 'will take place from Fotterly's parlors ('op Friday, March ISth. Tli-tormentr^lU take place in tho public cemetery. Rev. C.-.E. Cragg conducting the services. � Funtrd\of John Taylor - The fun6riil.of the late John Taylor I'will'takb plkcc on Monday, March 18, at; .2j30 .from Fetterly's parlors and proceed : to Knox chui;Cih, where services wilt be cpnducted by the Rev. W. Fi Burns. Interment in the -Public cemetery. Friends who wish to view the remains may do so at the parlors until t^e..time of ""the funeral. The Casket riPill not be opened at (he churoU. , ' ,'. SelUnr AgStl KNArNAfi. ktiMBma ' AND HEATING'-CO,., ' ;Ph9ne.1�ta. 710.l')fi^.AyeUf. ^ Remova  WITHOUT FOUNpAT|ON;;|j;i*; :' London, liar. IS.^The&rtf^);;* port of tho fornmtlon of-B aew.:(,"^ Russian governmopt in the.KapM'^, East headed by Princev'liT0ft,vy4 the first premier of. {he; prtvi-Mm V sional governnient./Jni 'Ruial^,;!* * A after the rovolutlon.iJ^r.wltUoW} ? 'foundation, according, tp'^'a Iipji-->,'*;  ter'dispatch from P^^ntodayV . ^ Bey,a' Secretary Coming : jjler. W. iE. Galloway, B.A., secre. tary ot the Calgary Y.M.C.A., is tour-Inj^-tjie province In th^ interests gt boys',, work, particularly in tho boUI-ierst of the soil movement and will be in(,Lethbrldgo_on punday. Ha will speak in'Knox church in the morning, Wesley In the evening and to the boys of the United Schoo^ after Sunday-School., - - Brick Plant To Open - The planTxof. the Lethbridge Brick and Terra Cotta Ca, will open for Hummer's operation JuiB as soon as ,tho krost is out cA^the grpund, according to annount:emeht- made by tho. com-pau3^: officers today. There is, a good qptjook for 1 the seneon, they state. It is claimed that a-large amount of building must be done, during the summer/and that-as bride Is cheaper. UiMitJuilibflr at present'prices ther^ wlll'be'a vcryheavy/lomand. �j � - (-1, ' . L. Keel-Wins Out ~ In,^ the' ivppeaJ bofore the Supreme Courb'un banc against l\\h,judgment of Mr. Justice Ives' in the case of IJijou Motor parlo;-H ,v?. Louis, Keel, the appeal has been dismissed with cbstB^ Mr. JuHtlce Ives had found for :thc Bijou' IMotor Parlors.^for,n.000 ;for damages done to a cur belonging �to.thfe garage when bein^operated by. jMr; .Ifeei) tt collision^being ^tlie Niauso: H. O^tlund nppeare'cl for; itlte*lJou Motor Parlors. Spring, Stock Shows a ' Thft unproceaented groyth-of the Alberta Spring, Stock Shows at Calj nilloa tbf see, itVUli''such a large entry, bulls, dcubt: be aoUl to suit the purse of ev'cryono/ The Alberta Cattle Breedefs'-'^MOclistloi^'-has ndw an enviable reCbyd.of :sevenl.een years honorable troitinieiit of buyer and seller, and hai'sfio'w'n^s much interest In the , buyer aiittfb'seiler'if The Association has soldl?9SfOb'ull8 at twenty five aun-� lion' saleti for'.^68Jft6fii).00. This year's sale wlU^anidun'i'Jh.'.valuo to approximately -a q^uarlferibrn milllAn' iloliarB. Those desiring-cjtalogiies of entries or lirUqjls^s sWould � write to E.' L. Rlchardaoh.'^secratary. of the .Alberta Live StoeaAsA^latldns; Calgai'y. ^. ' Get a~"fBe Gth'BiurocU Saturday at JljcKelvie- fM| ^MoGuira's. - . -804 Get a fi^l ^B^mt-imk Saturday at McKelvlo and McGiHre's,_ ; ,r>80-l A timely, topic at , the, Christian church Sunday*; '-nijght. AVntch for chnrch noti?e;:;./;>\^v-; ' _'� There are a number',;otil that we muat rea'uci^l'a^; ,We moneyj-" \' \' "'.'rf,''""'*^! priiS-nfiiM'a-iTs...,,. New Stvid will. ifiL�\l Bift-K:'**'?' Thia Meat Ma^^^wS^^ to be Establlahed in'xUthb^tdsp and quality ine^ti We' do tfuiln'wB'b* R-tOtli The Alberta Meat' FHONE IF YQLI f|EED 1 HAY '�-i: CALL ON F. O. HYDE & CO. '^hena 1244 Lethbrldga C. F. Jamieaon, - local- ba'rrlater, will be the. apeaker aVthe Porurn on Sunday, and hia aubject will be CefViaorahIp, lo It advlMbIa or not- A daude*.wlll bfcheld in-^ufgrnahn's Hall. 13th'; St:^ North./Saturday night. Two pie'tieTorchoslra .R. Burgmann iu charge.'Oents 75e. Ladies'^free. 80-1 To marfy who' being unable t'o Bee'Tthe play, "Qnr Busy La'dle8'/Aid:'week, will hav-Wesley hall, proceeds tb; go' to the building fund of th'e churQ^v'lFbe.-program will consist.;of-,a!two-flpt'p|ay "A Perplexing Pro'lileni;"/ and a,..three-act>i play. {'The Eropement;(^- Ellen." "Bbtji^tare fyU of amusing Aopipllcatlpns*and,well worth going?" to\%ep.'- Be'^re and reserve thlai'date,:,,.TJckets ^nrt]^ be obtained . fi'om vMlpi).; llondry at' Htglo-t)otham'a^I)rug'S|qro,(�' from any mem* ber of the.elasij;'Adults Soo,- children 250. .?/^ � Calgary, March, 15.--Major E. Outhlt,, formerly inspector ofiPUblio school cadets for the 'province of-Alberta is dend nthie old home'ln Ivont-villo, N'.S., according to ft\elegnini received in tii& city this morning. ' VfLOODS/CHECKED > ^Detroit, Mich.. March 15.-Dis-. . patchea from varlouk'- 'citlea In ' lower Michigan.. which ' auffere'd ^ , heavy yamage -from floods yes- s terday', showed .that 'the aharp ' drop In'temperaiture last night-had ehaeked the rialng'iwa.tera. ^Ko caaualtlea have been repor^ed.'A EMPI^E^S DESTITUTE J: [-Lriihilo)}, Mar. 15.-The fprijier; dowager' iSinjiress" Marie Febdorovna .;rhas applied tothe cpiincll of commls'sariea for asslstaihce; a Renter dispitch Ofom Potrbgrad reports.' She declares she is destitute In co;isQqiience-ot;the bOn-flscailon of the funds of the. imperial family. - ' = � PllfB Cured in 8 to 14'Daya Druggists refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cureLESS -_ TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALFALi i,',FA^ MIXED TIMOTHYv AND ALFALFA AND ,STRAW. SCA^^EFUL ATTENTION TO: ' all'orders, , l�B0MP1|j'.qiHipMBNT 1^ i^BITB ORWiRB OS Ftfti . .^,PRICES. . Grain Co: ;'12?1 'Zncj/Avenue South: ;.;^;.7.::.:'/5U5y.::,^y^v:;;r,Vi^v:-i\-::\ )3r s.'tronj'Uhe bottont'-otth^/closet; 8ort.a'p�ir>oi':aq;Bn(|;i^ap^ [i;.vi ijiiattec how m\ich> vrom" they may ^appearto you,'bring  v/.themlhere. They mual be very bad >ndeed:ilf;iwe qnliDot :^^^:repair them.on our.-modern uiaqhlnes. They practically _.,, vii/rom�kotl)e shoes, Qivq/ouc service a trial.^ You'll find '.'1/ /.it t^ifreat saver of shoe expense. ' - Ci' -*�'':ifc-'K^^ :/|.;j;,:R|^iMUB�i^? �'''''''''''%m!fijtjiM:: A. 1^. REOSHAW> ^tSir-tltird Avenue SautK,Lethbrldge: jTltIa store to be opened'en Tveeday, S' ,4th Ave. and Sth.St., Phone 110;  ;