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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^jtMUaiCt MU^IC! MUSICt MUSICl MUSICM %Wh6h you'want nnythlnt; In tho Music Uin>. �COMie'to our Store nnrt Select ii from om-Sto^k; We Itoop everything in j\I\islc and '" Rtuslcnl Goods. AStlNIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. Pttone 1545, 316 6th St. S., Lethbrldge, A!ta. HOTEL WINDSOR -The Hortie of- Phone - ^ ^ 452 Quality Meats Complete Lines in Fish and Meats for the Week End. DELANYS MEAT CO. FIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 I Edison Disc and Cylinder RECORDS r Wc have just opened a large shipment of both Edison OIsc and Cylinder Records. You can'now get many numbers that have been short for some time. ComC in while the selection is good. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. i Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1437 The balance, of the 443 boxe^ we received last week. Every case repacked. Good apples at the price we are selling these for are the cheapest .fruit you can buy.-You want fruit of some kind and very sHbrtly you will not be able to get apples. ^ While they last, Price, per box-- $1.95 HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE PHONE 5 2 S CROWN CONCLUDES CASE AGAINST I >rontreal. Mar. 20.-The crown roat-P(l Us case against tho alleged dyna-jiiiters of Lord Atholstan's residence iliis raornlng and acting upon the instructions of Mr. Justice Pelletier. the charge ot conspiracy was withdrawn' jn the case of Louis Wisentainei- anil Arthur Blaclrsvell, two ot the eight defendants. Application was made for dismissal of the charge against five others hut the presiding judge ruled Winnipeg. Mar 20.-Cash oats wore that these should bo tried.  "nfff^.^vovl N-o application was made for a with- J-J'^ngod to �.c better. Offerings ^xee drawal.of tho charge against Desjsr- "sht with holders showing little dls-dlns. the federal-police otticer who hart , position to soil. y been H^figned to'the task of Invosti-gatlng the anti-conscrjplionist propaganda and who was later arrested on a charge of being implicated in it. Ono ot the first witnesses called foi the defense by counsel for Desjardins at the resumed proceedings, was Federal Police Inspector Honore Giroux. who swore that ho had assigned .the prisoner td the �a�k of securing evidence against anti-conscription propagandists months before the dynamiting Outragtf; that he had been in consta.nt communication with the prisoner, knew of all his activities as a member of the dynamiting gang and had paid all his expenses including the prisoner's contribution ot ?25 to the Constitutionalist Club. Offerings of cash barley were much heavier, but ibuycrs were scarce and indifferent. Prices made a drop ot from four to five cents.....--;------ Very liglit businefiswas repbrted in cash fla.\. Demand was poor, offerings small and spreads unchanged. Oats closed l%c lower for May future and Ic lower for July. Barley future market closed unchanged. Flax closed 5MiC higher for May and Gc up for July. , WINNIPEG MARKET^ EIGHT CARS ONLY FINE GREEN, IRRIGATED Timothy READY FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT FROm LETH-BRIDGE. . Farm Products Ltd. W. J. Lloyd, Mftr. 201 Sherlock BIdg., Phone 777 P LEASING ARTICULAR EOPLE Vath our telephone service. Wo must do basinesa by phone on account ot our location. The meats and service must "be exceptional to build business en-.tirely by phone. R. COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 492 ORDERED FAVORABLY "Washington, Mar. 20.-Retaining substantially the legislation asked by President Wilson to give him broad .powers to organize and to co-ordinate government powers, the Overman hill, ad-vanced as an administration substitute for the senate military committee's war cabinet and munitions director measures,- was ordered favorably reported today by the senate judiciary^j committee by a vote of 11 to 7. Oats-May ... July .... Bnrle.v^ May ... Flax- ^iay .., July ... Open . 95% Close 94% 92 1S4 399 39 S No. 3 C.W...J(2% .........91% Feed.;....-85% CONSCRIPT ALIENS � Montreal, Mar) 20.-Unanimous en-dorsatlon ot the resolution passed by the Grei^t War Veterans' assocfefion of Hamilton on March 3, asking the government to employ ail aliens of enemy origin in -works of national im-,portance or Industries essential to the winriW of the war,-it earnings equal "to the pay and allowances of the Canadian soldiers was given by the repent-ly organized Imperial Sons- of the Empire, In th� WlndBor Hotel here last night. UPRIB^NOS QUELLED London, Mar. 20.-^tfprialnga on the part of natives In Belu-chiatan recently resulted In �ghtlng In which many casual-tle^.vrere Inflicted, the India ot-flce. announces. The natives attacked British posts an*>wera repulsed completely. Punitive measures are being undertaken.. Xo. 4 niVs .........'..396 No. 3 C.W...374 397 .197% ^ CASH PRICES Oats- Xo. 2 C.W...96T8 Extra 1 Fee* ".., 1 Feed.......  Barley-^ No. 3 ......lS2Vi FIa.v-� 1 X.W.C........ No. 2 C.W.. .391 I Winnipeg Livestock |. "Winnipeg, ilar. 20.-Receipts at tho Union stockyards today were SCO cattle and 197.5 hogs. Both tho cattle and hog markets were steady. Qnotatioiis: Butcher steers ?8 10 .$12.25; heifer^ �7.T5 to 111.50; cows $.5.50 to $10.50: bulls *G.30 to ?8.75: oxen ?j.SP to ?9.2,"); stockers and feeders f7.75 to ?9.75; veal calves $6.50 to ?14,  , Hogs selects $20, heavies llo.oO to 517; sows ?12 to $13; light |14.60 to Calgary Livestock Calgary, Mar. 20. - Cattle market continues draggy. Beet cattle are fully 25 to 35 cents loiter on best export steers while the medium and plain Is 5Q cents off. Tops sold today at f 1^.70 with a generous cut, and the same bunch last week would have fetched $12. Hogs are expected to open here at'419.50 to ?19.7o. o �  � � � i> ? * *    CITY AND DISTRICT ' Inspector Here Inspeotpr Junget of tho R.N.W.M.P., at Blalrnloro, is a ^visitor in .the^city today. Prepare for Spring Whyfi-pQstpone painting and garnishing. Now is the tiiihe to do inside work and today's prices are all'lower than thoy will be later. '  r Ready Mixed Paint \Ve are agents for the celebrated "Prism" brand made by the Canada Paint Co. No better paint manu-factured.;Our guarantee goes with it^ Varnishes We have varnishes suited for every purpose, also varnish statins in all the popular colors. Enamels for both Iron an^ Wood, Alabastine, Coralite and everything in > � * * > * � * � j : � . t�'' Wholesale and Retail Chemtstft TELEPHONE No. 332 ; fOpens Office at Reglna The Farmers' Firo and Hall Insurance Co., of Lethbrldge, is to open a branch office at Reglna, and -will shortly send a man-there to organire that,j)rovince for tho company. Case Withdrawn IiVthe case of Swartz, charged some time ago with bribing a ^lounted Police detective to escape prosecution for sedition, the attorney general has ordered u stay of proceedings and the case has beeh withdrawn. No Freight East of Foremost Owing to th� floods at Foremost whlclv have- swept away- �part of the C.P.R. track, the C.P.R. Is hot accepting any freight whatever for points east of Foremost; ' TheTw^iitieth Century Book Store "Everybody's Book Shop" ''We SeU the Books Bdng Talked About" S14 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 813 CARD OF THANKS Mr. J. Tennant and family wish to eicpresB their appreciation � to their ra�ny friends for kindness and floral tributes, during their recent bereavement. , ' S4-1 A. Southard JHere A. Southard is in the city from Calgary on busings connected with bis. property here. It is understood a number ot local business men are endeavoring to rent the ground floor of tho Southard block. Is Coming Home According to a wire received Monday monilng, Pte. K.J. Pettley, who en listed with the llSih and has seen considerable active service, arrived at Hdlifax Sunday last enroute home. His home Is at 915 9th St. S.,' City; "Vancouver, Mar. 20.-Dr* J. W. U-atr son of Seattle, .-vyho came to Murray vtlle, B.C.� In 6ohiiection with tho death there In aU accident of rfenry J. Smith of- Berlin, Conn., stated that tho sphagnum moss beds In that; locality were of first quality. Dr.'Hotson, who is connected with bed Cross, work, as was Mr. Smith, state* that twenty million surgical dressings were required at onde by the Cantt^ian Red Cross, for w^ieh .the. sphagnum moss from this province twould be utilized. A volunteer party, -from Murrayvllle wiUM gather moss alid the'first shipment probably trill be made .this week to McGllC University. Montreal. Mr. Sml^h was on his tCHy to MurrayviIl � : � > � : > ? > Easter Greetings Make your Easter Greeting a personal one. Your photograph will add Individuality to yoiir message of thought-fulness and good will. MAKE THE APPOINTMENT TOpAY. , / Smith's Stvaio 906 Third Ave._S.: ndge!s First Floral Tributes The following wore the floral trlb utes at the funeral of Mrs. J. Tonnant; Gates Ajar, from the family; hearts from grandchildren: employees ot the Lethbc^dge Laundry; crosses, Mr.,find Mrs. J. Hamlltdu; Mr. R." B. Johnston; Wreaths, Mr. and Mrs. John Rae, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. FaiTow, Mr. and Mrs. Van'Biarcom, Mr. .and Mrs. Thos, Knight, Mr.-�ii