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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MUSfCI music! MUS^IC! MUSIC! MUSIC! When you want anything In the Music Line. 'Come to our Store and Select ii from our Stock. Wc keep everything in Music anil Musical Goods. a88iniboia MU8IC CO.. LTD. Phone IMS, 315 6th St. 8., Lethbridge, A'.ta. HOTEL WINDSOR European vPlan meals prom 6.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m. FOR SATURDAY , Pork, MUtton RAISED ON OUR OWN FARM DELANYS MEAT CO. PIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 Edison Disc and Cylinder RECORDS We have just opened 'a large shipment of both EdiionvDisc and Cylinder Records. You can now get many numbers that have been short tor some time. Come in while the selection is good. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL pj40ne 1487 j- G Pari;. Mar. 15.-Captain Schoebler of Munich, who was aboard the Gotha brought ,down at Essones in the department of Seine Et Oise, on. Monday night, met a dramatic end. His two companions were burned to death but the captain iuanaged to extricate l.imself from the blazing machine and to run away from it. A French so!-' dier saw him and rolled him on the sromid' to extinguish his burning DeWOLFS SHOE STORE Cor. 5th Street antf 4th Avenue We have, opened up with a new stock of Women's and Children's Shoes OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT TRY US AND SEE. WE CARRY WIDTHS FROM a. TO E. The Ladies' Shoe-Store clothing.- General D.------- commanding the lines of communication, was passing in an automobile and took the captain to a hospital, where his condition was found to be hopeless. Although suffering: severely from burns on all parts of hit body,' Captain Schoebler showed extraordinary self-command Six answering questions of the general. . "You had a mission to perform. Had you accomplished it or were you about to do so?" asked the general. "I had already accomplished it. general.'" "You vent to Paris?" "Yes. general." "But. with "what result, you killed women and children." "I had my orders." was the reply. Captain Schoebler dtod of his injuries during the morning. APPLES. As advertised. Ws have almost a car load. 443 boxes to. be cx�ct. All repacked. Assorted varieties. Special per case.......$1.95 Order early they will go out very quickly at this price. f NAVAL ORANGES. A fresh lot in this jyveek. We expect this will be the last lot of navals we will be able to get this season. Per dozen .�>................ 50c, 60c, 70c, 80c GRAPE FRUITS, extra large sire. Floridaa, price each ...................................... 18c FRESH CELERY. 2 lbs. for ............... 25c FRESH CAULIFLOWER, per lb.............12c HEAD LETTUCE, 2 heads for ............. 25c LEAF LETTUCE, per lb. .................. 40c FRESH RHUBARB, oer lb................. 20c CUCUMBERS, each ................ 30c and 35c RIPE TOMATOES, par lb,.................. 35c POTATOES, extra dry and mealy. Special, per cwt......... ........................ $2.40 B. C. 0NION8, Special. 7 lbs. for...........25c CABBAGE. Special. 7 lbs. for............... 25c TURNIPS, Speoial. 9 lbs. for............... 25c Week-end / , FRESH OYSTERS, the Coast Sealed solid meat kind. No water to pay for. NEW LAID EGGS arriving daily. Market price each day. MAPLE SYRUP. Bowes brand. Absolutely^ pure. Prices have advanced on all maple syrups, but v/e had this before the advance. Get some at the old price. w Qi.firt tins, each.......................\. . 60c Half Gallon tins, each".................. $1.15 Gallon tins, each........................ $2.25 Ouart bottles, each ....................... 65c ONTARIO CHEESE, finest quality, 2 lbs. for 55c MINCE MEAT, in bulk, special, 2\b->. for ... 35c WAGSTAFFE8 MINCE^MEAT, In glass, special, each ..................................... 20c No. 2 tins, special, each................... 30c SARDINES, Norwegian, Signal Brand. Same size as King Oscar or Crossed Fish. Quality fine. Price per tin.............................. 20c OLEOMARGARINE. Swifts, fresh in, price per pound...................... /............ 40c Prepare for Spring postpone painting ,and varnishing. Now is the time to do inside work and today's prices are all lower than they will be later. HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 5 25 E Winnipeg, Mar. Io.t-The cash grain markets were quiet today with offer-tugs small. The demand for cash oats was practically unchanged. Cash barley was firm and ptices. 1h sympathy with the future market were considerably higher today. There �was a fair demand for cash flax with spreads unchanged. The future' market closed l^c lower for May oats and lc down for July. Barley closed 2,�c hijfrer for May. Flax closed lie lower forMny and 7c lower for, Jtrtj"'"*- - "~ Winnipeg Market Open - Close Edmonton, Mar. 15. - Drastic changes in the procedure of exhibition were recommended at a meeting held here today of. the Western Canada Fairs,' association. It was decided among - other things, that exhibits of fancy work in the women's classes by eliminated. Red Cross work taking its place with s>: view to encouraging war time.work. Another important change will be that pure-bred beef females of three years and upwards must be shown with a -calf standing by their side, either of suckling age or registered under one year, the cows only to be judged. Oats-Ma v- ... July ... Barlev-Mav ... Flax- Mav ... July ... GOOD HAY QUICK Timothy and. Upland Prairie Farm Products Ltd. W. J. Lloyd, Mgr. . 201 Sherlock Blag., �hone 777 Oats- Xo.-L' C. \V. 9i!i4 Extra No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed.. SS\, Barley-No. 3 ......194 Rejected... .158 Xo. 1 X. W. C. ... No. 2, C. W. SSOi" Cash Prices 931s j 3S5'i CITY AND DISTRICT Ready Mixed Paint We are agents for the celebrated "Prism" brand made by the' Canada Paint Co. No better paint manufactured. Our guarantee goes with it. Varnishes We have varnishes suited for every purpose, also varnish stains in all the popular colors. Enamels for both Iron arid Wood, Alabastine, Coralite and everything in this line. - Also a largA stock of brushes ait modest prices. Compare our prices. Consumers Hardware Co. Xo. 3 C. W. 9l-\ ........------- P0% *NTo.2 Feed.. 84 % Xo. 4 Feed�. . .18!) .-. 155 The Twentieth Century Book Store "Everybody's Book Shop" "We Sell the Books Being Talked About" 514 FOURTH AVENUE- PHONE 615 Metal Ceilings are safer, more �anitary and handsomer 'In appearance than the old style plaster. Especially in halls and large buildings are they especially desirable. .We put. them up skilfully and Vmickly. If you have a room that requires a-new ceiling, have it of metal -end have it from us. A viBitNheriB by you or one to you ' by us will tell you why. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. HEAR STAFFORD BLOCK ucthmidge. alberta .....-....385 V- ._ No. A C. WT: 3�3tt Calgary Livestock Calgary. Mar>]5.-There is no appreciable change in the livestock situation since yeBterday. Select hogs are selling at 20 cent3 quite freely, there being only 2500 on the market over yesterday and today. Top steers are bringing 12 cents or better and choice fat cows $9.50 to $10. The trade in stockers h^e picked up somewhat and best stock steers are moving briskly' at $9 to $9.50. There is no market on sheep, but choice latn.bg would bring $15.50 or,$16 and -wethers a dollar less, j Winnipeg Livestock | Winnipeg. Mar. 15.-'Receipts at the Union stock yards today were 425 cattle and 1431 hogs. The cattle and hoc markets were' Btea^y at unchanged prices. Stocker cattle -were in strong, demand. \ 1 Quotations: Butcher steers $7.50 to! $12.50; heifers $7.50 to $11; cows; $5.25 to $10.50; bulls $6.50 to J8.75; j oxen $5.50 to $9.50; calves $6.50 to $12.$0; choice lambs $15.50 -to $16.50. Hogs, selects $30; heavies $15 to $16.50; sows $12 to $13; Stags $9 to $10; light $1-4.50 to $1�. Shamrock for St Patricks Day Call on Friday or Sat* urday and get a Shamrock FREE, to wear on St. Patrick's Ay. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LIMITED PHONE 555 .Death of Young Lad There died in the city on March 15, rielvln Jorstad, aged 5 yours. The re-rta.'ns are at Fetterly's parlors awnit-mg the arrival "of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Jorstad of Barons, Give Commissions S. J. Shepherd has sent a check for $743 to the Red Cross, representing commissions earned on Victory Loan subscriptions received by the different banks in Lethbridge. Messrs.-'"iV. J. Nelson and Arthur Hayr have given their commissions amounting to $85. Funeral Mrs. Sumner The funeral of Mrs. Sumner will I take place- Saturday afternoon fronu the residence, 1264 14th Ave. North.! at 2.45. proceeding to St. Mary's church where services will he held ' Ity Rev. A, E. Snow. Interment it) St. j A'tgustin's cemetery. - Death of Infant Cecil Stacey, aged four months and ! 28 days, died at the residence. 94Q | 7tb^St.. Thursday. March 14. The ftin-i eral will take place from Fetterly's1 parlors on Friday. March 15th. In-; torment'.'will take place in the jmblio 1 cemetery. Itev. C.'K. Cragg conduct'' ins the a0rvic.es. FRUIT CONFERENCE ** Ottawa, Msr. 15.-D. John-3on, Dominion fruit commissioner, after interviewing Hon. T. A. Crerar, minister of agriculture, has named March 26 and US' as days for a' fruit conference, when delegates from the Atlantic to the Pacific wfll'meet in Ottawa .to discuss matters of vital importance to the fruit industry "which have been for many years contentious. Every fruit organization has been aslt-�ed to send representatives, while the prairies also will be represented.  i Jl ? * * * * > : �> * KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Phone 1892 710 Fifth Ave. 8. v--.-;-J Superior Supply Co. We are Selling Agents for the Moiine Universal Tractor and can deliver a Tractor Today. Removal Sale There are a number of lines that we must reduce. Y'qu -can save moneys ^ See the Wrinfer hi Our Window. Present Stand 118" 5th Strest S. New Stand will be Lethbrldoe Hotel Block. WITHOUT FOUNDATION * London, Mar. \">.-The re.-' port, of Hie formation of a new > Russian government in the Far < East headed by Prince Lvolf, < the first premier of the provi- < si on a 1 government In Russia, ? after the revolution, is without < foundation, according to a R�U- * ter dispatch front Pekin today. * This Meat Market was the First to be Established in Lethbrldfl* and � - Today , Is first in servir,^ uniformly first quality meats- We do business b/_ phone. r. coyLtfty The Alberta Meat Market: PHONE 492 i L. Keel Wins Out in the appeal before the Supreme Court en banc against the judgment, of Mr. Justice Ives' in the case of Bijou Motor Parlors vs. Louis Keel, the appeal has ^een dismissed with costs. Mr. Justice Ives had found for the Bijou' Motor Parlor.s for $1,000 for damages done to a car belonging to th� garage when being'operated by Mr. Keel, a street car collision being the cause. H. Ostlund appeared for tin; Jiijon Motor Parlors. Spring Stock Shows The unprecedented growth of tho Albftrta Spring Stock Shows at Cal- IF YO^J NEED I HAY CALL ON j F. O. HYDE & CO. /Phone 1244 Lethbridfle On Monday, March. 2'Mh at 8 p. m., the Young Ladies' class of of Wesley church is giving a concert in Wesley-hall, proceeds to go to the building; fund of tho church. The program will consist of a two-act ptay "A Perplexing Problem," and a three-act. play if "The Elopement, of Ellen." "Both are ' full of amusing complications and,well wortit going to gee.' Be "sure and reserve this date. Tickets ma? be obtained from Miss Hendry at Higin-botham's Drug Storo or from any member of the class. AdulU I'.uc, children 25c. Easter Greetings Make your Easter Oreotlng a personal one. Your � photograph will add ^individuality to your message of thought-fulness and good will. MAKE THE APPOINTMENT TODAY. Smith's Studio 606 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 YOUR'E SAFE-AT THE SANITARY JSHOP. westbrook bros. Opposite Bank of Montreal l^AV FOR SALE  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. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South Telephone 732 Get Your Old Shoes from the bottom of the closet, sort a pair or so and. no matter bow much worn they may appear to you, bring thein here. They must be very bad indeed if^we cannot repair them on our modern machines. They practically remake tl)e shoes. Give our service a trial. You'll find it a great saver of shoe expense. O. K. Shoe Go 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.i Office Equipment Office and Typewriter Desks, Chairs, Filing Cabinets,.Agents forf Woodstock Typewriters, Dick'3 Mimeograph, F. & E. Check Writer, Standard Envelope Sealer, and Stamp Affixer, Burroughs' Adding Machine. Stock Registers, Seats and Stock Certificates. A FULL LINE OF "OFFICE STATIONERY. EVER ALL & FRANKS Phone 110? Sinnott Block, cor. 4th Ave. and 6th St i ;