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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MUSIC! MUSIC! MUSIC! MUSIC! MUSIC! When you want anything in- the Music Miu>. Come to our Store and Select it from our Stock. We keep everything iu MuMo and .Musical Goods. ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. Phone 1545, 315 6th St. S., Lethbridne. Altc. lethbridge daily herald HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.03 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. DIRECT TO YOUR TABLE THROUGH "THE HOME OF QUALITY MEATS" Y ou may as well have this service. DELANYS MEAT CO. FIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 4J2 The balance of the 443 boxes we received last week. Every case repacked. Good apples al the price we are selling these for are.the cheapest fruit you can buy. You want fruit of some kind and very shortly you will not be able to get apples. While thev last. Price, per box - - $1.95 Edison Disc and Cylinder RECORDS We have just opened a large shipment of botli Edison Disc and Cylinder Records. You enn nov^ get many numbers that have been short for some time. Come in while the selection is good. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL- PHONE 1487 HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 5 2 5 CARSON ASSISTANT! JUDGE ADVOCATE! Calgary. Matvh IS- H is officially I announced that John M. Carson, its- ! istrar for Alberts under the Military | Service Act has accepted the appointment of assistant judge advocate Ren eral for Military District Xo. i::. .Mr. Carson _\vi!l take the rank of Major and -will also retain his duties as registrar, combining the two offices.BT!io position has been vacant since Major O. Til. Biggar. hot judge advocate-general for the whole of Canada went to Ottawp. ITALIANS DRIVE OFF AUSTRIAN RAIDERS Spring CITY AND DISTRICT Two Vags ' Two vugs appeared in pulice court ill is morning for the usual procedure. d" LEASING ARTICULAR EOPLE With our telephone service. We must do business by phone on account of our location. The meats and service must be exceptional to build' business entirely by phone. R, COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 492 Rome. March IS.-Increased artillery activity along some sectors of the mountain front and along the Piuve river is.reported in today's war office statement. Austrian raiding detachments along the lower part of the Piave line were driven off. DEMOBILIZE OLDEST AUSTRIAN REGIMENTS Amsterdam. March IS.--A Vienna dispatch to the Vossische Zeitung of Betliu says demobilization of three of the oldest1 landsttirm levies serving with the Austrian forces, consisting of men born in 1S67. 1S6S and ISfiit, will begin immediately and will be completed by May, October and December, respectively. Oats-No.  C.W. . 154 xo. 3 e.w.. ,ra'4 ...........!'0't Xo. 2 Feed. .,x:; = , Xo. 4 ......177'-, Feed .......T~ Xo. :l C.W. n c o .v nGo!ii lit t le light MANY FROM WEST GOOD HAY QUICK Timothy �nd Upland Prairie , Farm Products Ltd. VV. J. Lloyd. Mgr. 201 Sherlock Bldg., Phone 777 Toronto. Mar. IS.-Of the :'fif, niar-! ried men of the first JTanadian con-! tingent 'who have reached Halifax or I St. John, KB., on the way to their ! homes on furlough for three months. | 112 nre from the Toronto military dis-' trier. :'f. from the Kingston-Ottawa district and 4t from London. The others are. from various other districts east and west. Caigary Livestock ,CaIgary, Mar. 1$.- There is activity at the local stock yards receipts making tin-- market extremely dull. Commission men expect that the hog prices to open about the same as last week. jL'o.nO. but the trade generally expect? a weakening in cattle values. Ka*ten> buyers have orders to buy cheaper and it is expected that fully a iniart|r will be taken off the cattle price list. Top steers sold last wi ek at Si-.-'o and it is doubtful if they will see SIJ.OP this week. The bulk of today's arrivals are slock stuff for which there is anything but keen demand at the moment. Necessitates more automobile washing than usual. This creates, a demand for a special automobile sponge. . We have a nice lot of. Auto Sponges and Auto Chamois Leathers In most suitable sizes for washing and polishing. Sponges, each .... 50c Chamois, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LIMITED * PHONE 555 Is Transferred A. W. Kress, who has been pay muster of the Call Mines lierc, ha herm transferred to Bankhead as ac- j I! countant of the C. V. R. mine there. I Prepare for Spring Why postpone painting and varnishing. Now is the time to do inside work and todays prices 'are all lower than they will be later, Ready Mixed Paint t We are agents for the celebrated "Prism" brand made by the Canada Paint Co^No better paint manu-* factured. Our guarantee goes with it. v Varnishes We have varnishes suited for every purpose, also varnish stains in all the popular colors. Enamels for both Iron and Wood, Alabastine, Coralite and everything in this line. Also a large stock of brushes' at modest prices. Compare our prices. Consumers Hardware Co. I Dick Ncedham III I Dick Xcrdham. of How Island, be-| came suddenly ill on r>th Street S.. on | ~ I Saturday morning and was removed to ] 11 Gait hospital for treatment. District Agency P. Schendel ot Regiua has arrived || in the city to open the district agency I for Southerti Alberta for the Happy i Farmer tractor. The Twentieth Century Book Store Senator Hutchinson Here Senator It. A. "llutotvmson of Spti-I j kane. who owns large land holdings in I i this part of Alberta, is a visitor iu the city. "Everybody's Book Sho�p" "We Sell the Books Being Talked About" JAPANESE LINER SUFFERED DAMAGE KAISER To Cure � Cold In One Day Take LAXATIVE BROMO Ql'IXIXF. I Tablets.! It stops the Cough and Headache and works off the Cold. K. W. GROVE'S signature on each box. 30c. > - THE PEER WITHOUT A PEER ' COLD BREWED AND aOTTLIO BY THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING & MALTING CO. LTD. Lethbridub, Alberta. A Pacific Port. Mar. IS.-A Japano-ie liner arrived today from the Oviont. suffering extensive damage while battling with . heavy weather throughout,] the voyage? t Two mountainous  seas 1 spent, their force on deck, leaving1 con-� siderable wreckage in their wake. Part of the dec,k cargo was washed away when a tremendous sea flopped overboard as the steamer was boinK j nursed a terrific storm encountered i off the Aleutian Islands. j ! The liner brought, in 114 passengers, j The cargo totalled T.'JtiO ton.s including i 1120 bales of raw silk and \','\ cas?s j of silk goods. j j CARD OF THANKS j i Oliver Sumner and family wish to : express their appreciation for the ' kindness of their many friends during ! their reeent bereavement and for the. i floral gifts. 81-1 "Kaiser-Rat" is the new name coined for the special benefit of the squirrel tribe. The Gopher is one of them. (Mr. Donley says "It's-u. divil of a mane thing to call any aninjnl.'t Be that, as it niav. the animal is ou the job. IT'S YOUR MOVE HERE'S THE LINE: Strychnine. GopKe rcide. Kill-Em-Quick. Mayer's Sure Death. Potassium Cyanide. Bolduan's Poison Grain. Etc.. Etc., Etc. Will Pay Him The city Council this morning ordered the payment of $250 to Nat Marshall for his services as special inspector on the heating plant installed last year in Gait Hospital. For the Veterans 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 CITY AND DISTRICT Children's Aid The Great War Veterans are sell-j The meeting of the Lelhbridge ing several patriotic songs written by . Children's Aid Society will be hold Cert and Lester Berry, which were ; at Rev. Mr. Snow's residence donated to the associations by these i Ave. S. boys.  l'J24 :!rd Big Feature Did Not Arrive The big feature for the Empress "Bought and Paid For." did not arrive today and will be shown tomorrow instead. Theda Bara in "The Vixen" Is being shown tonight. I Free Water and Light 1 The resolution of the G. AV, V. ,A. j branch here asking for free water and i light came up this morning in the j city council meeting; and the Veter-! ans were asked to have a committee ' composed of the president, secretary 'and Capt. McKenzie call on the coun-! cil to further discuss it. U. S. Ulfts the Ban Local International Bible Students have been informed that the United Stales government has taken the ban off "The. Finished 'Mystery." on the condition that seven pages be eliminated from the book. Two pages and a half of the censored'quotations are by the Rev. C. K. Jefferson. D.D., of Xtuv York, f.nd published in 1B00, and also by the Rev. John Tfaynes Holmes. D.D.. of New York City. RETAILERS WILL � I Quantity cation. quotations on appli- ! ANNOUNCEMENTS | ' There will be a Mission Band Con- � cert on Friday evening in the. Baptist church at eight, o'clock. An excellent program including recitations in : Oriental costumes will be given. Public- j are cordially invited. Collection taken. The musical play "Our Busy Li%3ie.->' Aid" is to be repeated in the United Church hall tomorrow, Tuesday, at. S o'clock. Many could not attend and many svere unable to get seats when it. wtis put on in the church, so come early tomorrow night, as the seating capacity is HmiU-d. Admission 23c. , We Build Canopies smolje prritectors and all sorts of additions and accessories to the- kitchen range wbeth*r it be in ji modest home or. a largo restaurant. We are at your service for such work whether your range requires lint a few-lengths of new Pipe or a handsome new canopy to protect your ceiling. A phone call will bring us to you promptly. , Easter Greetings �. Make your Easter Greeting a pergonal one. Your photograph will tidd individuality to your message of thought-fulry-ss good will. MAKETHE APPOINTMENT (TODAY. Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 J. D. Higinbothra & Co - Limited --- The J^mM "Alberta's Pbncer Druggists" Wholesale and Retail Chemists.- TELEPHONE No. 322 r-'- YOUR'E SAFE-AT THE SANITARY SHOP. WESTBROOK BRO S Opposite Bank of Montreal ' V ______- _ ... -^e's in the province, has succeeded in securing legislation for a small debts court in the province. Other important matters also are pending. FATHER OF MAYOR C08TELLO IS DEAD Caigary, Mar. 18.-Flags throughout, -the city are today fiying at half mast, in respect io the memory of John W. Oostello� father of the mayor of Calgary, and a pioneer of this eity and district, who died on Saturday. T>e city council when it assembles for its regular meeting tonight will pass a resolution of condolence and adjourn was argued during thi afternoon, and I till after the funeral which will be held Judge Russell granted the, application. I tomorrow. Lethbridg^s Groceterja IP YOU NEED The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA Sale We are Selling Agents for the Moline Universal Tractor and can deliver a Tractor Today. Superior Supply Co. There are a number of lines tlKtt we must reduce. You can save money. See the Wringer in Our Window. SOUGH'S BookStore Present Stand 118 5th Street S. Nev/ Stand will be Lethbrldge Hotel* Block. HAY CALL ON V. O. HYDE & CO. Phone 1244 LethbridQO Shipment Stallions  j R. !'. Dygert brought it: another I shipment of Percheron anil Belgian ! stallions on Saturday, hist, and has (.wenty two at the Rogers Stile Barn! now. Last week Mr. Dygcrt. sold five head to Sair Bros.. of.Estevan. Sask. | Another ctir will arri/>' on Saturday,! making fi'ly head thai Mr. Dygcrl hits brought in this season One imported horse sold la a week brought. K4,i�i'i. HAY FOR SALE. CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND. ALFALFA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALTA AND STRAW. CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS. PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South Tt:!--phone 732 - Floral Tributes The lollowing -ere the floral Iribiit.e.-; al the funeral of .Mrs. O. Sumner, Saturday, Manth Hi: Oliver and family, wreath; sister I Jr.-barn and Jack, wreath; .). II. Stunner and family, oroKs; Sisters Nancy and Annie and nl- ce Evelyn, cross; Brother and Sister, Charles and Ada, wreath; Mrs. James Sumner and family, cross; Mr. and .Mrs. SV. Buxton, wreath; St. Alary's \V. A., wreath: employees of Oalt Mine.-., Xo. 0, pillow; Mrs. and Miss Riley and family, wreath; Mr. and Mrs. I). Iloose. .sprny; Mr. Clark and family, spray; .1. ti A. Johnston, spray; Mr. and Airs. F. .1. Webb, spray; Airs. Leigh and family, spray;,. Air. and Airs. T. Longivorth, spray*, Mr. and >h-s. '!'. Ilealon. spray; Air. and Mrs. J. Ralston, spray; Mr. and Airs. ?'. Holland, spray; Mr.'aud Mrs. J. A. Mason, .spray; Mr. and Mrs. ,L A. Foster, spray; Air. arid Mrs. T. Wortli-jngton, KDtay; Mr. and Airs. (.'. Peacock, spray; Air. and Airs. J. Moiling, spray; Air. and Airs. 1.1. Mcllvemi, spray; Air. and. Mr*. Aslicroft, spray: Mr. and Mrs. J. Hurst, spray; Mr. and Mrs. R. Saxon, spray; Mr.innd Mrs. \V. Bennett, spniy: Air. and ulrn.> Wat inough, spray; Mr. and Aits. Talbot, spray. Is Now Doing Business Wo have turned one half of our store into it Groceteria. We eliminate all the nonessentials and give you the benefit of our Cash and Carry Plan in Reduced Prices. No Delivery. AVe sell for Cash and Cash talks itt the Groceteria. Visit Our Store and prove this statement. Everything marked iu plain figures. It is like going behind the counter in anWdiuary store. You can examine the different brands oL goods and �elect what, you wistt^ yourself. Satisfaction unconditionally guaranteed. E. J-. TICKNER CO. GROCETERIA 204 Thirteenth Street S. Opposite Ellison Mills Office Equipment Office and Typewriter Desks, Chairs, Filing Cabinets, Agents foi*) Woodstock Typewriters, Dlok'a Mimeograph, F. 4. E. Check Writer, Standard Envelope Sealer and Stamp Affixer, Burroughs' Adding Machine. Stock Registers, Seals and Stock Certificates, A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. EVERALL & FRANKS Sinnott Block, cor. 4th Ave. and 6th 8t. Phone 1107 ;