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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX TIIR r.ETimninfiE'DAILY: 1917 Finest Alberta CreameryButter Per Ib. 45c Strictly New Laid Eggs, doz.SOc BURNS' Tomato Sausage Par ID. 2Sc: Ikfeolickeii BURNS' fliis Hemp ate Positions of Secretary And Marshall (Fropi Our Own cerrfspondenl) .Masralb, Mar. a special iceths: Mi nflernoon or Iho tovvii iiie old qucsllon of amalsaui- ccrtatu features of llio town accepted Ilie jiortfollo o[ minister ol JiiEllce on condition Dial n coiEtilucMit uset'luljjj1 B'oulrl bo convened, I'lio elections tvlll'be linsed-ou universal suffrage. Ixinrton, March rcnmlna oj Iho Ducbcss of Connauelit will bo in- terred ol Windsor, It Is announced. 'new I.ondotij March office announces Hist at E.30 totby hostile (Lerophuics dropped bombs at Serious for Canada uuri'a[ w'm place ttioro on ijalo. There were no casualties Toroulo, Marcli B. Ilatma, 7ho Kliifi li-is commanded Ilio mnterlal damage was reported us 3rJ vice-president ot Iho abandonment o( all court func.! EHjjlit. WcslEOto Is n watering [ilnco Norcliv'ra railway, said last. for four weeks wi'lcli close lt> Margate and about SO miles when asked regarding the effect oil: wll, bQ ,nournlng.' On all from London. CanfOa of a general railroad fitrlko covernment buildings hero wero In Ihe United Slates, tual It could not :Vlntct Ql llai( out of respect for tho lato Duihess. Lo otherwise (ban No Move lo Halt Strike New York, March no surfaco hidfcallons this afleniooi) tliat'any move had Leen marts either HOLLAND PROTESTS WHKKR TO GO FOli Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Ga> and Steam Fitting, P.umbing HICkSEHL HARDWARE WAS FORMHHLV ON LAKES Port Arthur, Onl.. March Btcumor Algonquin wns (lio flret Etpul cargo boat placed on Die Lakes, with a Kross lonnago o( 1SOG. Sim Washington, Star. 1ms liouebt Hit alter two high. They I In readiness lo receive overtures Irom courXcr offor to tue council the other but was waiting (or tuo f who each (a stmid a fair oilier lo make the first move. Ivlsion of oKIco expense. Tlie COUQ- II flatly refused and EO ine mailer The school board will uow compelled to appoint their ssessor and collector for the ensu- ug riscnl year. Correspondence from (no Provln- lal Utilities commission stating ine leclric light franchise had been far. Uoth wero "csnecllne some, action to da (aketi uy tlie ailmlulitrjlloii at Washington and were eager to hear Iho result of tho cabinet uiectlug hiiu-h 1'resldent Wilson called to con- slder tho slluallou. Opposed to Strike Chicago, Mnrch re ports of dissension In too ranks of rably passed upon, was reaJ. Hi hundreds of tho local brotherhood as decided to place tho by-laws em-jchairmen nftcuiHog the executive here owcrins, .tbe council to proceed. lo ratify the order, wero clively with the contract, before the circulated today In thq corridors of caple'on Tuesday. April JO for Mssoulc Templei iviEre'lhe mecl- ccepUnce or rejection. Mclvln was held. Timothy Shea, assistant rey was appointed returning officer president 01 tic firemen and other or' the day. The by-laws are lo be at ODCO. To Separate Positions CounoMmaa J. T. Henlnger sate. ictfce of a million to break up tho ombined office of secretary-tress- irer ani marshal for the purpose of a man for each position. Mr. lloninger thought by EO doing hat more eliiclent service could be ecuretl than under the present one man system. The matter ivas labled r future, consideration. Sifts Lcltle Hall and Mrs. Aznis Turner are attending the Women's nslitutc In Calgary ns representai Uves froin this district. A. I3oy Seoul meeting ivas held last night in ib'e school house to further complete the Scout movement, Mr. ioiald Holman, of the school staff, the new Scoutmaster and Is ex- periencing marked encouragement d success in his work. The Grail Girls are giving a grand halt In the Assembly hall nest Fri- day night: St. PJalrick's shamrocks _ ill furnish Ihe color design. This will he followed by a big dinner, pro- gramme and dnce-under the aus- pices of'lie Belief society. Schoo! 'attendance has been rather badly broken up during the past three weeks on account of a wide- spread'epidemic of whooping; ttmjh. high officials denied them, hut they woulil not down. Representatives of City locals, the most powerful west of St. Louis were said lo have, in- structions to bpHOss the strike. Den- ver was said to have similar Jnstmc- tlons. 1ND1AN.WAR LOAN London, Pnlhi despatch says rthe Indian war loan- Is widely advertised, and supported -by the press. When The Children Rush In From School, and shout (or "somelhlng to cul oil generouj slices o( bresd spread vlth tbo d-IVJrin'i dallr Irul. So ro5 fa tfjHr rxrJtjW-C, U> btlM up lllile hodiai uvi help to keep i-.4 food atw-iJ i. IbfrrostdflldDU ol UtU irruta (cr Cuea. Eiimlti fcr far CiMy In 2. 5. 10 20 pound AiaHirocus. OUT new iiclw uvd nod Ihlr.n. Write hr cpr 'to ocr Mcnlreil Olltcn. THE CANADA STARCH CO. LIMITED ftfONTflCAL. CAflDIMAl, flRHNTFORD, FOBTWILUAM. IW'itr'Corn Btiuan'i Com aid 'Sihrr StJitfi. 13 your chance -fora- Watch-- About, 300 suits to choose from nnd prices1 that will please you. COME ALONG AND -PICK OLT YOUR EASTER BUIT AND OVERCOAT NOW AND GET ONE OF OUn WATCHES 'GUAR ANTEED TO KEEP TIME FOR ONE YEAR. THAELL The Tailor NEXT TO P. BURNS BURNS' HJilli-FedTurksys .jo. 1 tee No. 1 Ducks Burns' Ideal POyiTRY fOOO This is the best egg pro- duecv on Ihe market i. .Rccomiuciirtefl by crhmcut experts. Keep? your pqiillry in lienlthj condition, .-VPPEOYED PRODTJCTf P Riinnq Tn 11 Blui ISO uU Limited as one of the most deplorable iacl-: dc'nls ot Ite rerolLiLion. Count Fred- ericks1 house was set on fire. Bged wile was carried out falntmg. His daughter. ?rbo Is frail, rushed out carrying ber farorile dog. TlJe girl was ill treated by fbe druken mob act! the dog was tille'd. Doih women were eventually taken lo a place of safety.; Count Fredericks novr is in attend-, ce upon former Emperor N'lcholas. Grand Cuke's Appeal London, Mar. Kerensky nevr Rnssian minister ot justice, decided to frame a measure of neral political amncely, according Petrograd dispatch to Renter's I ted Thursday. Grand Duke Nicho-t E, commanrtcr In toe .Caucasus, has ephej President Rodzianko of e Duma, that in accord with AleslGff, cLtef of'start, he had ask- the emperor, in order lop SITE Ras-_ a and bring the war to a'successful nd, to late only the step possible inj "e.present fatctul circumstances. ji Order Quickly Restored r Calm bas been quietly restored etiograd, althoueh numerous pai-i sans oC the old regime have been) riig from the roofs and garrets upon; oops and Inhabitants. By order of IE executive committee soldiers cave; tflred houses where firing Is lak-j ng place and removed suspected per-j ons. The garrison of (he palace of. sarskpe-Selo has declared Itself on ic Bide of IDC new gorernment and as welcomed Its representatives with. nlli.iisi asm. Prince Shakovsky, minister ol com- icrce In the late administration, has eeo arrested by order of the execu-! Ire I A Complete Democracy j London, Mar. a coherence if members of the Duma executive committee and delegates representing he workmen which lasted unlll live, o'clock ihls morning, says a dispatch 'rom Pslrograd to Renter's Telegram 2o., an agreement was reached con- cerDlng the transitional period before :he election ot a constituent assem- bly. KxeculKeg Insisted In the Inter est of the war on Ihe necessity of an order being reestablished beloTD Iho' holding ol clectlonE. Workmen at first opposed the pro- posals ol the executive committee, bul later the Socialist deputy. Kertnakf, WE ;civti RIGHT QUALI7V AMD THE R3GHT PRICE to Serve. Splendid variety, of prepared meals put up in cans and glnaa Jars- They are coiftcd anil reaily lo place on your tBbie. Jujit you. should have In your homo for a quick-nnd dnlnly luncheon. Boned Chicken, Potted Tongue, Corned Beef, Picnlc- Ham, Sliced Beef. Veil Loaf, Sliced Dried Beef, etc. 'Several sizes ari'l prices; ac1' cording to size. Somes as -r A low os lUC.. Fresh Fruit Orange's. Sunklst or Dull Dozen 35c, 35c and WHATEVER YOU BUY FROM US YOU CAN ALWAYS DE- PEND ON THE QUALITY BEING RIGHT. OUH MONEY, BRAINS AND ENERGY ARE BEHIND OUR GROCERY BUSINESS AND WE ARE CAREFUL TO SEE THAT EVERY CUSTOMER GETS WHAT THEY WANT WHEN THEY WANT IT. YOU WILL GET THE RIGHT PRICE, TOO, BECAUSE WE CAN MAKE THE PRICE EVERYTHING WE SELL. GIVE US YOUR GROCERY ORDER TOMORROW. SPECIAL ORANGE .Sunklst hranrt. Hee. .OC 30c. doz. On salo MvC Select a First-Class Furnace THEN HAVE V A FIRST-CLASS INSTALLATION YOU INTEND'BUiLDING A NEW'HOME OR OVERHAULING YOUR OLD HOME AND THE HEATING QUESTION CONFRONTS YOU. WhDii the. protllableiicss ol tho Investment and the comfurlable- ness Hccriiiug from It ere mnln you will rtcctdc j-oit must bavc n libt alr'furnace, Now ive arb specialists on Instnlltng furnaces.- We sbe up ihc layout dt your Jioiisc or advlso you whai Hie layout should he. Our vrork la Jono quickly, cloaiily and satisfactorily. The coat of pulling In n (urnaco ivIU Le governed by Ihe specifi- cations and our guarantee will appear thereon. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFO'RD BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE 15 Coffees Selected Coffees, fresh roast- noletl for their superior cr- cellencc of strength and Special Bleuj Choice Coffee, 3 Ibs. for l.UU Select Hiend, Ejtra Choice Mocna and Java. 50c MAIM AVE, SOUT PHONES 412 1338 DOMINION MARKET COR. 4T AVE. 6TH ST. PHONE 1654 PALACE ST. N, PHONE 431 MILCH COWS FOH SALE Some Fresh, Some to freshen In two and Ibree weeks. E. C. GUILI5AUET 1725 Teas Our delicious teas are hand plcted and sun-dried so thai Ihey retain Ihetr natural strength and flavor. Look at these prlcc3: Gasket Fired Japan. Per Ib............... Kcrr's Special. Per Ib............... 40c 4Qc Breakfast' Foods All the well known brands of Rolled OaU. Corn Flakes, Cream of Wheit, Puffed nice, Shred ded Wleat Ulscult, Crape Nuls, Farina, elc. Come In and let us you our Breakfast Foods In Bulk. Buy Ihcac and cut down the high cost of living. Spices, Herbs, Flav- oring Extracts Fine genuine Spices, yure anr" fresh. White Pepper, Black Pepper Paprika, cinnamon, Jamaica Closer, Allspice, XuimcE Clores, Mace, Ease, Savory. Marjoram. Thyme, Mlicd i rt Kplccs. Per pfcg....... 1UC Canned Fruits Quality and natural flavor are what "makes1'-our'canned fruits delicious. Ripe frnlt' Is useil; thU gives abundance o' sweol juice, which la retatnej In the canning and gives the rich, nat- ural taste. California Peaches arid Apricots. Per till California Royal Ann Chen-lea. On sale this 2 tins Pineapple-Vlnest Huval- Ian. 2 tins lor Raspbcrrfes and -Strair- berrlC3. 2 Una Canned Healthful and nourlshlne VCB- cUbles of all up rlgnt where they arc Try our Special Tomatoes. Itoaodale, 2 Una Peas and lleans. Each................ Asparagus Each Succolash. 2 lln? 45c 15c 35c 35c SPECIAL POTATOES. Dry, mtaly. Per too Ibi. p Grapo Fruit large alre Eoch................... Grape Fruit, 3 for ...........----I: famous, large slie Per dozen........... Cranberries. Special Price, Ib...........---- Spinach. 2 Ibs. for Spaplsh Onlona Per Cucumbers, large. fancy Each Ububarb. Per Ib................. Hot House Lettuce. Per Ib................ Head Lettuce. fEa'ch................ Cauliflower, laruc white. Each CARROTS, TUH- NIPS, BEETS, CABBAGE AT LOWEST MARKET PRICES. Vinegar. Drown 'Cider' t' o A UTilte. Gal. jars, each OUC .Crfsco. 40 cents and Olives. In bulk. Per pint nlslo.-The graTj maker. Each Quick Puddings. 2 for Mince Meat. Home Made of .In bulk, per Ib......... iJC Starch, White Oloss. Per package......... Liquid Ammonia. 2 lollies............ Toilet Soap. 7 large cakes........ Toilet Paper. rolls Fela Xaplha Soap. 10 cafces for Royal Crown Soap 2 cartona for Scrub nnitnCJ. Keg. 30e. On Bnlc Mop Sticks. Each 27c IQc 35c iOc 35c 20c 40c 15c 35c 75c Owners "Arc your cylinders worn or scored. We can I'cborc tiiehi and lit them with new pistons and leak proof ring's. c WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT NIVEN BROS. .216 FIRST AVE. S.- PHONE 1732 lie 25c 25c 25c 70c 45c 25c 20c Geo. Kerr Co Tlioncs 1J53 and sTaTiOnErY nO mOrE sPeCuLaTiNg wE hAvE iT! A well assorted line of STATIONERY and OFFICE SUPPLIES. Call on us, or telephone and we will call on you. Place yon orders here and gcjt require. CUR TURNOVER WITH SMALL .SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN ORDERS. PRINTERS STATIONERS 112 FIFTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE AUCTION SALE OF High Class Furniture AT TWO P.M. Saturday, March 17th AT WILSON'S AUCTION GALLERIES A Portion of (lio Slock of The Lelhbridgc Will bt sold as follows: Heavy while enamel bed, with coll spring and felt mattress; colid oak extension lable( round) with pedestal; massive heavy oak rockers and chairs upholstered In leather; verandah chairs; diners; dressers and stands; oak rock- ers; centre tables; 1 set ol dishca of 97 pieces; 1 tea set of 21 pieces; 1 gas range; 1 coal range; bUo a great many other In the furniture line. OONT MISS THIS SALE IF YOU WANT FURNITURE. TERM3 CASH. W. L. WILSON, Auctioneer. Phone 1KS ;