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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta , MUSIC! MUSIC! MUSIC! MUSIC! MUCIC! Wluui you want anything i" th'" Music Line Como to our Store ami Holce; ii from our Stock. Wo keep everything .in Music nti ! Musical Goods. ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. Phone 1545, 315 6th St. S.. Lethbridge. A!ta. ERALD! HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN 'MEALS FR6M 6.00 A.M. TO 1.00 P.M. FOR SATURDAY , Pork9 Mutton RAISED ON OUR OWN FARM f DELANYS MEAT CO. * I PHONE -1.2 !| A Few Spscials fcr Tonight After Six Head Lettuce, per head....... 10c Cauliflower, per lb. . . , Apples, 5 !bs. for............25c Fresh Oysters, per pint 10c 50c flFTH ST. S OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL esBsastsrjgzi 1 li^V.^P A Edison Disc and Cyliode RECORDS We have just opened a large shipment of both Edison Disc and Cylinder Record*. You can now get many numbers that have been short for some time. Come in while the selection is good. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. >>*>yn6�ar store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHOM! 14S7 icciai Apple dale Continued Next Week Until Balance of 443,.Boxes ----Are Sold -:- UP UNTIL LAST NIGHT WE SENT OUT ALMOST 100 CASES SO THAT AT THAT RATE THEY WILL SOON BE ALL CLEANED OUT. ORDER A BOX OR TWO NOW. Price, per cas >;i;i ; ;uit liors-. I !>im!i�r, went to tiio from and vwas i gassed, tin' yo'Mia man (iyi'.ii at M�n- treat mi his w.:\ heme ro .Maejood. i .Nniv his brother Mike is suffering from th-incii1etice happened ! when Mike Mountain Horse was ir.- 1 Winnipeg. Mar. 16.-At. titftfs dur- .____ > capacitated }>v Uenu.in ens. He was ">R -''-si'"1" ot Hie nu:v:;a today. � r;,,j- � tj,,,-, t, .discovered out or. No Man's 'Land bv l!u' nl;u'k'-( almost verged on panic Has Been Gassed-A Biate In- j m> ,.,''- tne exchanso has seer, l> ,V'R -r,^0,. -a' Lethbndge. ami well-known in this .m a lon.c t.me. Iiic rapid fluctuations B> B- lurnel ; ,-om.trv. who of course was welt-ac- "'�'1-0 h:iri1 i!,!l,;'w- rho oecline of ------- : quamcd with Mike, and broueht l.im :ibout *' r3 � bustl'M in '� iett--r: | : to die soiim> dav but 1 ni'.tth" p::i! .. , ..... -; , .... , . _*. De.ts closed ./'a' aovi-r mi' A av ;:n 1 j thiro-is-h alrisnt agatn then I zr.\ nuis T,, � home to Canada, not before. V.'hen 1 !*",';' , - -  -. -� , . i . . i Hinc-'. closr-ti ')'.�' lower tor | got tut f.rst. I was tour days }y\\iz � * j el'.; in "No Man's Land." 1 was hi: in the lesr but I am alright now. } , of about fifteen C.ermans with mv � . WINNIPEG MARKET I rifle and I think 1 did not so bad.: Ords- Op-n Hi-j.h ,o i I do not want to ro home just yet. I , y !y ;'4!,' ; have been treated very pood sine , Jui-V....... ''-!!* '-'-'s -y'J coming back to England, where 1 wrv*  A, ,,ar",-v I in 'he hospital. I got the best of ev-' j-1'.....1(11 1Ss. 'Don't worrc about me. We "nave ail Flax closed L'Uo ho.ver :unth.-\ for both CASH PRICES 1ST .IS 5 h Sf . 87 �i Necessitates more automobile washing than usual. This creates a demand for a. special automobile sponge. We have a nice lot of Auto Sponges and Auio Chamois Leathers In most suitably sir.--; for rvasu-in=r and polishing. Sponges, each .... 50c Chamois, 75c, $1.00 and , $1.50 THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LIMITED PHONE 655 , > An emergent. meeting of ; .> Lethbridne Lodge. No. fSlh A. F. > & A. M.. will bo held at the 1 > .Masonic Hall, Monday, March : ISth. for the purpose of altend- ! > intc the.funeral of our kite Uro. Lodges in the city tire invited ? to take part. .Meet at hull at > l.:50 p.m.. then.-e to Fetterly's FnrtertakinK Parlors and to *: Knox church. 81-1 C" 1 CITY AND DISTRICT! Retailers Monday Night Ar. important ine>-iTnK of th" retail merchants of the city will be�held in the board of trade rooms on Monday, evening, when the provincial organizer will be present. Funeral John Taylor The funeral of John Taylor will take place Monthly afternoon at 2.o0 from Fetterley's Parlors, to Knox church, where service will be held hy Itev. Mr. Funis. Members of Masonic lodges v."ill be in attendance. GOOD HAY QUICK Timothy and Upland Prairie Farm Products Ltd. W. J. Lloyd, Mgr. 201 Sherlock Bldg., Phone 777 No. 3 C.W.. .1ST R'-jeeted . . . 150 Flax- 1 N. W. r. No. 2 C.W.. . 378 No. 4 C.W. Feed ..... .If! The Twentieth Century Book Store No. :; c.w.. j Winnipeg Livestock ' V.'innipesr. March Iti.-Receipts at : the Union stocik yards this morning ; dialled l.Vl tattle and :V14 hogs. Both the cctl" and hog nlsrltets were , steady at yesterday's close. Prices on quality butcher cattle were fully _5 to e" cents higher than test. week. The demand for stocker stuff was strops and prices were higher. i Hok ofi'cn'nits were heavier than ! last week. Prices advanced ��) to �ti j cents a hundred on selects, with a : prenriuni for extra choice selects. One load of ;" music at tho Forum tomorrow will be: Cornet solo. "Holy City." Bass sung solo. Ameri-lla," (Winnie,', sung by .Miss MtH-ion Kennv. _.JL___ ' Board of Trade Meeting A general meeting of the board of trade will ho held Tuesday evening in the board rooms for the purpose of hearing the report of Pres. Marnooh on the deliberations of the joint council of commerce and agriculture at Re-ginti. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Edna May Pollard, infant daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. G. I,. Pollard, 732 17th SI. N., Wiio passed away March 16th, 1917, aged 1 year and it months: No slain was on her little heart, sin hud not entered there. And innocence slept sweetly on Iter pale white brow so fair. She w.o loo pure for this cold earth Cm beautiful to stay. AjkI so the angels bore our little one away. . Gone, but not forgotten, by her Father, Mother, Brother and Sister. 81-1 ADDITIONAL SPORT Filmonton. Mauoh 15. - Too niucH C'ro/.ier is tho story of the basketball game in Edmonton. Score at half-time. 211-11; final, .'3-28./John t'rozlei storing 17 points, with Dobson, Moors and Dingle hanging on his neck. Both teams were disorganized by the per sotuil foul rule. Moore and Dingle foi Calgary, and Barney and Stevens fot the Northerners, being ejected fot four personalities ot tho rough descrl)). tlon. As stated above. Crosier was the real star for Ktlmonton ami I)ol> sou for Calgary, was the. pick. HOCKEY NOTES J. D. Highiboiham & Co fjj - Limited � 1 "The 33Sr32| Jfem? "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists' Wholesale and Retail Cheml3t�. TELEPHONE No. 322 A Correction In the item regarding the appeal of the ease of the Bijou Motor Parlors against Mr. Keel, a wrong Ini-picssion nvas given in last, night's Herald in stating thai. Mr. Keel won the appeal. The appeal was taken by Mr. Kec-l ngaiiist a judgment, ordering him to pay damages to the BijoiL Motor Parlors. His appeal was dismissed. Metal Ceilings are safer, more sp.nitary and handsomer in annearanc-; thUii the old style plaster. Especially in halls and large buildings, are they enpecially desirable. We put them up skilfully and quickly. If you have a room that require!) a new ceiling, have j-of metal and have it from us. A visi! here by you or one to you by ub will t&ll you why. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDC-E, ALBERTA Bad Ccndftion on Hill Farmers are complaining of the [condition of the river hill. A. Claydon. ! of Nubleford, came into the Herald. ; il'U t.i'M-ning and ifptgestod thai ' lit lie rnone-- spent, for drainage tnat'the mclritv :mr>w would not titro.s Lie road, vtuld prevent ;. tr.einie. a so tin lot. Easter Greetings Make your Faster Creeling a personal one. Your phofo-ph will add individuality to your mrxsage of thought-fulness and good will. \ MAKE THE APPOINTMENT TODAY, i Smith's Studio : * � >: 306 Third Avo. S. Phone 1471 V/ANTS VOTES FOP. WOMEN ! l-ederi-ioi . N.l:.. Mar. Id.- The nnivii.ei ., ,-opoiiiion loader. Hon. .I. \. Murray, jook step^ y > >J 3 : ;� o * � > > ? '�} Leaves For Toronto Vancouver. .Mar. HI.-George Irvbu left lat'.t night for Toronto to act tu western, referee in the world's seriei games. He will arrive on Wednesday morning in time to take charge ot Wednesday night's game. Will Figure in Divvy Toronto, Mar. 10.-Whether Adams or Crawford play or not in the Stan, ley cup series they will figure in tin "divvy," the Toronto players at a meet Ing today declaring them in on the money. Manager Querrie is anxiouslj awaiting word'from the coast as tc his request to be allowed to it so thes� players in the big scries which commences here next. Wednesday. Cleveland Loses Cleveland, Ohio, Mar. Hi.--Playing J brand of hockey that Cleveland som� times reads about but seldom sees, tin Dentals of Toronto. 1317 Canadian lio.v Stand will be Lethbridge Hotel Block. IF YOU NEED HAY CALL ON F. 0. HYDE & CO. Phone 1244 Lethbridge -'First to be Established In Lethbridrje r-r-l i'f -HAY F0R sale Today |3 first in serving uniformly first q-ralit/ meats. We do business Ipy phone. H. COUiTRY The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 492 CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UP%AMD. ALFALFA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. ' CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS. FROMP'. 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 hiatter how much wtp they may appear to you, bring them hero. Thoy must he very bad Indeed If we cannot repair them on our modern machines. They practically remake, the slides. Give our service a trial. You'll find it a great saver ot shoe expense. O. K. Shoe Co . A. R. REDSHAW A. J. RA8MUS8EN 817 Third Aj/enue South, Lethbridge Phone 733 This store to be opened on Tuesday, March 12th at 8 a.rt Office y Office and Typewriter Desks, Chairs, Filing Cabinets, Agents fort Woodstock Typewriters, Dick's Mimeograph, F. & E. Check Writer, Standard Envelope Sealer and Stamp'Affixer, Burroughs' Adding �� Machine. Stock Renlsters, Seals and Stock. Certificates. A/FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. EVER ALL & FRANKS Sinnott Block, cor. 4th Ave. and 5th St. Phone 1107 ;