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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MUSIC1 MUSIC! MUSIC1 MUSIC! MUSIC! ! When you want anything In the Music Lire Corhe to our Store and Select ii from i.tiv Stock. We keep overythlng in Muslr an t Musical Goods. AS8INIB01A MUSIC CO.. LTD. Phone 1545. 315 6th St. S., Lethbridge, Alia. DAILY' HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. -The Home of- Phone - 452 Quality iVlea Complete Lines in Fish and Meats tor the Week End DELANYS MEAT CO. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL FIFTH ST. S. PHONE 452 Apples The balance of the 443 boxes we received last week. Every case repacked. Good apples at the price we arc 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 they last, Price, per box - - $1.95 Edison Disp and Cylinder RECORDS Wc have just opened a large shipment of both Edison Disc and Cylinder Records. You can'now get many numbers that have been short for some time. Com* in while the selection is good. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL J)W^f, Store PHONE 1437 HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 52 5 11 CONCLUDES THE DYNAMITERS Montreal. Mar. 20.-Tlie frowu rested its case against the alleged dynamiters of Lord Athenian's residence This morning and acting upon the instructions of Mr. Justice Pelietier. the charge of conspiracy was withdrawn in the cape ot Louis Wisentaine-.' and Arthur Blackweil, two of the eight defendant*. Applicafion was made for dismissal ot the charge against five others hut tit" presiding judge ruled! that these should lu: tried.  � No application wa* ir.:ue for a withdrawal of the charsf against the federal police officer who had been assigned to -the task of invo.-ai-gating the anti-conscriptionist propaganda and who was later arrested on a charge of heing implicated in it. | One of the first witnesses called :"ov ! the defense by counsel for Desjardins at the resumed proceedings, was Fed- , etal Police Inspector Ikmore Giroux. ' who swore that he had assigned the , prisoner to the task of securing c-vi- j donee against anti-conscript ion propa- j gandist- months before the dynamiting ' outrage: that he had been in constant ( communication with the prisoner. ; knew of ail his activities a? a member i of the dynamiting gang and had paid all his expenses including the prisoner's contribution of $-5 to the Con- { .-tittttionalist Club. EIGHT CARS ONLY FINE GREEN, IRRIGATED Timothy READY FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT FROM LETH-BRIDGE. Farm Products Ltd. V/. J. Lloyd, Mgr. 201 Sherlock Bldg., Phone 777 LEASING ARTICULAR E0PLE 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, COULfRY The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 4�2 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 bill, advanced 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^, committee by a vote of 31 to 7. j CONSCRIPT ALIENS Montreal. Mar. 2'>.-Unanimous en-: tlersation of the resolution passed by the Great War Veterans' association j j of Hamilton on March asking the ; ; government to employ ail aliens of j J enemy origin in works of national im-j i.portajice or industries essential to the , j winning of the war,.at earnings equal! ' to the pay and allowances of the Canadian soldiers was given by the recent-1 ly organized Imperial Sons of the Em- j pire, in ths Windsor Hote! here la. night. ? UPRISINGS QUELLED London, Mar. 20.-Uprisings on the part of natives in Belu-chlatan recently resulted in fighting in which many casualties were inflicted, the India office announces. The natives attacked British posts andswere repulsed completely. Punitive measures are' being undertaken. Winnipeg. Mar. 2f>.- Cash oats were in good "demand with spreads unchanged to '-c better. Offerings were ;i.-;ht with holders showing little disposition to sidl. Offerings of cash barley were much heavier, but 'buyers were scarce and indifferent. Prices made a drop of from four to five cents.. Very light business was reported in cash flax. Demand was poor, offerings small and spreads unchanged. Oats closed lV�c lower for May future and lc lo Uarley-t Mav............ ITS1" 1S4 Flax- May............ TtPT "99 July.......... :;07'rj SP'i CASH PRICES Oats- Xo. 2 C.W...96"* No. ?. C.W...52-s Extra 1 Feed .. ."............91"s I Feed ......fiiHg 2 Feed......S33r * Barlev-^ Xo. H ______1S2L. No. 4 ......177'.'. Flax-' 1 X.W.C...................306 No. 2 C.W...H91 No. 3 C.W...374 Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg. Mar. 20.-Receipts at the Vnion stockyards today were 500 cattle and 1:�7." hogs. Both the cattle and iiog markets were steady. Quotations: Butcher steers ?S to .�?12.i."i: heifers $7.75 to $11."i0; cows ?S.-"u to $10.50: bulls |6.50 to $8.75; oxen f'.'.75; veal calves S'j.50 to $14 Hogs selects $20. heavies flti.50 to SIT; sows $12 to $13; light ?14.5'0 to 1516. Calgary Livestock Calgary. Mar. 20. - Cattle market continues draggy.. Beef cattle are fill :y 2j to S3 cents lower on best export steers while the medium and plain is 30 cents off. Tops sold today at $11.70 with a generous cut. and the same bunch last week would have fetched tfi.2. Hogs are expected to open here at $19.50 to $19.75. y Please Note! Owing to the complete destruction of our store and stock by fire we shall be unable for a few days to look after the needs of our many customers, but as soon as possiftle wc shall reopen and trust we shall not be forgotten. , Our prescription files are all saved and shall be available immediately for those who requlrs them. } * ! > * O : PATRIOTIC FUND OFFICE ? THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LIMITED PHONE 555 - > Building. Third Avenue S.. is > I ? temporarily located at Koom 6, | > .Dominion Block, Fifth Street S. * ! : * CITY AND DISTRICT NEW COMMANDER O. K. Tailors and Furriers Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing Amsterdam. ?.Ionelay, March IS.- According to the Berlin'Vossische Zei-  tung. Genera). Von Gallwitz has been ' appointed commander-in-chief of a i new army group on the western front. I > : : ? > : > > : * o : : �: ? * 1 ? '':! > GENERAL GRANT DEAD * Shoes of Every Description Repaired Modern Machinery PHONE 733 817 THIRD AVENUE S. GALL AND DELIVER ? Minneapolis, Mar. 20.-Gen- ? ? eral L. A. Grant. Civil war vet- > > eran. once assistant secretary ? , 9 > of war and later acting secre- > ' =; ? tary of war under' President > f > Harrison, died at his home last > ? night. t He was 90 yuan old. > was awarded a medal by con- ? | > gress. : We Build Canopies Binoke protectors and all sorts of additions and accessories to the kitchen rango whether it be 5n a modep,t home or a large restaurant. We are at your service for such work whether your range requires but a few lengths of new pipe or a handsome new canopy to protect your ceiling. A phone call will bring us to you promptly. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. ------------------ LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA REAR STAFFORD BLOCK Easter Greetings Make your Easter Greeting a personal one. Your photograph will add individuality to your message of thought-fulness and good will. MAKE THE APPOINTMENT TODAY. Smith's Stud 906 Third Ave. S. 10 Phons 1471 KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Phone 1892 710 Fifth Ave. 8. We are Selling Agents for the Moline Universal Tractor and can deliver a Tractor Today. Superior Supply Co. Office Desks . ROLL TOP^DESKS TYPEWRITER DESKS And Office Supplies. Must Be Sold Before We Movs. fiobertson's BookStore Present Stand 118 5th Street S. Nsw Stand will be Lethbrldfle Hotel Block. IF YOU NEED HAY CALL ON f. o. hyde & co. Phone 1244 Lethbridge mm HAYFQR SALE CARLOADS OR LE38 * TIMOTHY, UPLAND. ALFALFA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL ATTENTION ALL ORDERS. TO A. Southard jHere A. Southard is in the city from Calgary on business connected with his property here. It is understood a number of local business men are endeavoring to rent the ground floor of the Southard block. Is Coming Home According to a wire received Monday morning, Pte. E.J. Pettley, who enlisted with the 113th and hits seen considerable active service, arrived at. Halifax Sunday last enroute home. His home is at 915 9th St. S.,' City. For Veterans The miners' union, Coaihurst, are making a house to house canvass for funds, and are holding a dance in tho Rex Theatre on Friday, March 22nd, for the Lethbridge Veterans' Club. Ar rangeraents have been made to make this an enjoyable affair and the very best music procurable will bo furnished. Tickets at the door, "Everybody's Book Shop" "We Sell the Books Being Talked About" 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 813 C IS ST VALUABLE was Mr. Smith, state* that twenty mil lion surgical dressings were required at once by the Canadian Red Cross, for which the sphagnum rnoss from this province would be utilized. A volunteer party from Murrayville will' gather moss and the first shipment probably will be made this week to McGill University, Montreal. Mr. Smith was on his wfcy to Murrayville' to inspect the moss betis when he was killed. TAKE DEGREE ' . FROM BERNSTORFF CARD OF THANKS Mr. J. Tennant and family wish lo express their appreciation to thoir )ugny friends for kindness aud floral tributes, during their recent bereavement. . Sl-1 announcements Lauiier Liberals will meet in Henry Galvin's office, over Ryland's Store, Wednesday evening at S.30. SP.-2 Johnstone & Ritchie, solicitors, are occupying: a temporary office in Bank of Montreal Building-. Silt Vancouver, Mar. 20-Dir J. W. Hot-son of Seattle, who came to Murrayville, B.C., in connection with the death there in aH accident of Henry J. Smith of Berlin, Conn., stated that the sphagnum moss beds in that locality were of first quality. Dr. Hotson, who is connected with Ded Cross, work, asl If your car needs painting, send it See Mr. Jiggs and Maggie at *.ho Busy Bees Concert on Friday at S p.m., in the Baptist church. An excellent program. Collection. to G. T. Dflakall & Sons, next to Herald office. Good work guaranteed. 83-10 There will be a Mission Band Concert on Friday evening in the Baptist church at eight o'clock. An excellent program including recitations in* Oriental costumes will be given. Public are cordially invited. Collection taken. Testing Filter Plant The. filter plant is getting a real test today. The river has broken at Mac-leod and is on the poiat of breaking I-ere, so that very muddy water is being pulnped. The water as it comes from the taps in the city today is fairly cloudy. The car of alum ordered j some time ago from Toronto la not yet here. Chicago, Mar. 20.-Count Von Bern-storff,. former German ambassador to the i'nited States, has been deprived*! of the honorary degree of doctor of laws, conferred upon him seven years ago by the University of Chicago. Announcement of the rescinding of the action conferring the degree was made by the board ot trusses yesterday. On.�riday night, March 22nd, in the school at Coaldalt, the V. P. B. C, ot the United Church, , North Lethbridge, are to give their concert, which includes the musical play "Our Busy Ladies' Aid."' Commences at. 8.30. Admission 50c, children 25c. S4-2 There will lie a Mission Band Concert on Friday evening In the Baptist church at eight o'clock. An excellent program including recitations!- in-Oriental costumes .will be given. Public are cordially invited. Collection taken. May Conclude Case An effort will likely be made to conclude tho re-trial of the Chinamen Long Sam and Mali Bhoo which opened yesterday before night. The case is dragging along owing to the necessity for th' interpretation of the evidence of all witnesses. However, Mr. Justice Walsh lightened the burden of^ the jurors in the case by allowing them lo go to their homes list, night instead of locking them up in their rooms in ; n hotel. Nothing new hus cropped up in the evidence. PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRIeTES. Saunders Hay & Grain- (So. 1221 2nd Avanue South Telephone 732 Will Arrive Home D. C. Mclndoe.'of the 22nd Battery, A. Smith of the Sl'nd Battalion, and Hon. Captain George P. Porter are expected to arrive in Calgary on Sunday on their way homo from the front. Captain Porter left as quartermanter of the Lethbridge Highlanders. 1't.e. M. J. Norman of Lethbridge, a veteran of the first contingent, is returning home on furlough, being one of the first Lethbridge men to return under the arrangements made for the return of the married men of the first contingent. Floral Tributes The following were tho floral tributes at the funeral of Mrs. J. Tennant: Gates Ajar, from the family; hearts from grandchildren; employees of the Lethbridge Laundry; crosses, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hamilton; Mr. R. B. JohnBton; wreathfi. Mr. and Mrs. John Rae, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Farrow. Mr. and Mrs. Van Blarcoin, Mr. and Mrs. Thofi. Knight, Mr.-*ftd Mrs. J. Hannah* Mr. and Mrs. Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kergati, -Miss Riley, ' Messrs. J. and A. Johnston; sprays, Miss Maiw-io Hume. Mr. and Airs. A. Forbes and familv, Mr. and Mrs. (.'. S. Donaldson, Mrs. W. Cleihm Mftf. W. Crawford, Miss Wyliii, Lethbrid^s Groceteria Is Now Doing Business We have turned one half of our store into a Groceteria. We eliminate all the nonessentials and give you the benefit of our Cash and Carry Plan in Reduced Prices. No Delivery. We sell for Cash and Cash talks at. the Groceteria. Visit Our Store and prove this statement. Everything marked in plain figures. It is like going behind the counter in an ordinary store. You can examine the different brands of goods and select trhat you wish yourself.. Satisfaction unconditionally guaranteed. E. J.TICKNER CO. Opposite Ellison Mills 204 Thirteenth Street 3 GROCETERIA Office Equipment Office and Typewriter Desks, Chairs, Filing Cabinets, Agent* fonl Woodstock'Typewriters, Dick's Mimeograph, F. & E. Check Writer, Standard Envelope Sealer and Stamp Afflxer, Burroughs' Adding Machine. Stock Registers, Seals and Stock Certificates. A FULL LINE OF. OFFICE STATIONERY. EVERALL & FRANKS Sinnott Block, cor. 4th Ave. and 5th St. Phone 1107 ;