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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta iMUSICt'^USrCf MUSIC! MUSIC) MUSIC) '�^VJ�on you'want anything In the Music Lino. 'Come to oitr St^c anti Select It from our ., SJlock. Wo'keep everything In, Music ivml s V Musical Goods. AS8INIB0IA MUSIC CO.. LTD. Phone 18^5, 315 6th\St. S., Lethbrldge, Alia. HOTEL WINDS Phone -The Home of- 452 Quality Meats Complete Lines In Fish and Meats for the Week End. DELANYS MEAT CO. FlFTrt ST. 8. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 BUROPCAN PLAN MEALS PROM 6.00 A.M. TO S.0O P.M', Our Specials This w^ekrend Edison Disc and Cylinder RECORDS We 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. Como In while the selection is good. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. OKWJ^pf^. Store PHONE 1487 FLORAL TRIBUTES Flowors were sent by (ho following to tho funeral of Marjorle Heaps: Floral heart. Father, Mother and Sister; nuchor. her schoolmates; cross. Sun-tlay school class: wreaLli, D. Sobera; Avreath, Mr. and Mrs. ,T. T. JIcDer-niott; sprays. Mr. J. M. ThomliiU, Mrs. Marchand and Mrs Sialstar, Mrs. Mc-53ath and familrr Mrs. J. T. Ferclval, Mrs. John Watmoufeh, D. A. urrle. J. J.Xook, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Lax-Nton, Mr. aud Mrs. Jas. Hiirst SQJ family, Miss Faxnum, Flowers were sent by the following to the funeral of Susanah Byers, whose iTsmalns were sent to Montana yesterday for interment: Wreath. Mr. and Mrs. Coultry; sprays, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. I^nswo^ith, Mr. and Mrs. Q. Field. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. .Morden, Mr. and Mrs. Swlngier; lilUes, Master 0. I'ns-Avorth, Lizzie and Sadte Ward: spray. Sisters of Dominion Rehekah Lodge ANNOUNCEMENTS Johnstone & Ritchie, solicitors, arc occupying a temporary office in Bink ot Montreal Building. .S-iu See 3Ir. Jlgg.-s and Maggie at Iho Busy Bees Concert ou I'hriday at ,S p.m.. in tho Baptist church. An excellent program. Collection, APPLES. We are on the home stretch with .that 443 box lot wc got In last weck.\ All repacked, several varieties. While they last, per case $1.95 Buy apples now. Prices will be a good deal higher when these are all sold, NAVAL.ORANGES. Our last shipment of riAvala for this season. Per dozen 50c, 60c, 70e and 80c FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT, each 12!/aC and ly/jc BANANAS, fine luscious fruit, special, per lb. 10c VEGETABLES FRESH CELERY, 2 lbs. for .............. 2So FRESH CAULIFLOWER, per lb............ 12c HEAD LETTUCE, 2 for....................25c LEAF LETTUCE, per lb.................... 40c SPINACH, per lb...........'................ 20c CUCUMBERS, each.................30c and 35c GREEN ONIONS, 3 bunches >or ........26c RHUBARB, per tb......................... 20c POTATOES, dry and mealy, per cwt.......$2.40 TURNIPS, extra fine and colld, special, 10 lbs. for.......................................25c CABBAGE, 7 lbs. for .....................-. 25c ^ B.C. ONIONS, 7 lbs. for....................^Sc CARROTS, 7 lbs. for ...................... 25c PARSNIPS, 6 lbs. for ...................... 23c BEETS, 6 lbs. for...........................25c CREAM BRICK CHEESE, per lb.............45c NEW LAID EGGS, lowest market price. \ PLACE YOUR ORDSRS EARLY ON SATURDAYS. ^ P.M. TO BE DELIVERED THE SAME DAY. PURITWVVHifE TLOUR, only h^tn^all quantity left. # 24 lb. Mcks, each...................... $1.65 ' 49 lb. sBCkt, each.......................$3.15^ 99 lb. Mcks, each ...,................. f�25 GINGER SNAPS^ lb�. for..... ......f 36c CATSUP, Donarco Brand. Very fine quality, apec. lal per bottle.....................-----... 30c, SEEDED RAISINS, Green Ribbon brand, apeclal, 2 packetsr-for ............................ 26c MtNCE MEAT, In bulk, p�clal 2 Iba, for.. 35e EQUAL EQQ, SOe tint, special each.........40c PEANUT BUTTER, �6qulrrel Brand, 5 lb, tins, special, each........................... $1.65 CANNED MILK, Carnation Brand, small aixe, 3 tins for .............r....................25c COMB HONEY, Airline brand, each section put up In sealed carton. Price, each ...........40c SARDINES, Flagihip brand, price per tin ... 16c PICKLES, Crosae A Blackwella, Gherkin* and mixed, special per bottle................. SOc GEORGE WASHINGTON COFFEE, Instantaneous, " Made In the cup, per'ti-n----40c, 70c and $1.00 TOILET SOAP, Oatmeal dnd Buttermilk, special, 7 cakea for.............................. 25c TOMATO SOIJP, Sniders' Extra large tins, apec- ial per tin'................................ 20c PURE MAPLE SYRUP, gallon tins Bowes, $2.25 WE DO NOT ACCEPT ORDERS AFTER FIVE HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE S,2 5 . If your car needs painting, send it fp G. T. Drinkall & Sons, next to Herald office. Good work guaranteed. S3-10 Mrs. Jolm Taylor ani family wish to extend thanks to their many frienii.'? j for their kindness during their recent berearement. MARKETS EIGHT CARS ONLY FINE GREEN, IRRIGATED Tiniothy READY FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT FROM LETH-BRIDGE. Farm Products Ltd. W. J. Lloyd, Mgr. 201 Sherlock Bidg, Phone 777 There �will he a Mission Band Concert on Friday ovenlng in the Baptist church at eight o'clock. An excellent program including' recitations in Oriental costutees -n-ill be given. Public are cordially invited. Collection taken. On Friday night, March 22nd, in the school at Coaldale, the Y. P. B. C. of the, b'nKed Church, . North Lethbrldge, are to give their concert, which includes the musical play "Our Busy Ladies' Aid.'' Commencos at S.30. Admission 50c, children 25c. S4-3 There will bo a Mission Band Concert on Friday evening in the Baptisit church at eight o'clock. An excellent , program including recitations fn i Oriental costumes .will be given. Public 'are cordially invited. Coliectlou taken. P LEASING ARTICULAR EOPLE "With our telephone service. Wo must do hurfness by phone on account ot our location. The meats and service must b� ex-ceptional to baild buslasss gn-tirely by nhone. R. COULTRY 'The Albarta Maat Market PHONE 492 The S. 0. E. Benefit Fund for Returned Soldiers Whist and Dance win Be Held In the S. 0. E. HALL ' Under the Auspices of the Abovo Wednesday March 27 Admission 50c Mr. Needs Will Play I �Winnipeg, Mar. 21.-The demand tor cash oats cont^pued exceptionally good with offerings v5ry light. Prices -were unchanged to cent low^r. Cash barley offerings were fair, at prices 2>2C lower for the higher grades, with a few sales ot the-lower grades at prices ten cents lower. Tho cash flax market was fairly steady with a fair demand at unchanged prices, -Barley closed .Sc lower for May. Flax closed ].%c higher for May and -lie higher for July.  Oats- Opeti Close May ...... ... ... f�4ii B4% July............� '.y^,^ - 83 ^I3arley- May............. ..' ITr, Flax-May ............ 402 400^4 July............ \mV2 398-^6 ; Cash Prices Oats-No. 2 C. -W. 97% No. 0 C. ,W. 9;i% . E^xtra No. 1 Feed...........i... 92% i No. 1 Feed SO's No. '.* Fted 85% ; Barley- No. 3 ......ISO No. 4 ......175 , Rejected and Feed.............150 Flax-No. 1 N. W. C.................397% . No. 2 C. 397-')i #No. 3 C. W. 375vi ' Winnipeg Livestock WInnipegi Mar. 21.-Receipts today 850 cattle. .'1084 hogs, cattle trade slow. Hogs steady. Quotations: Butcher steers 58:50 to $12..^C; heifers $7.50 to |12; cows ?5.50 to $11; bulls $fi.50 to $12.50; heifers $7.50 to $12; cows $5.50 to $11; bulla $p.50' to $S.75; oxen $3.50 to $9.23; stockers and feeder's $8.50 to $9.75; veal calves $6.50 to $15; hogs, selects $20; heavies, $15.50 to $17; sows $12 to $13; standards $9 to $10; liglU $14.50 tcf" $16. Owing 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 possible we shall reopen and trust we shall not forgotten. Our prescription files are all saved and shall be available immediately for tfiose who require them. � . THE RED CROSS bRUG & BOOK CO.; UMITEP PHONE 555 O. JK. SHOPS > Tailors and Furriers Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing ^oes of Every Description^ Repaired Modern Machinery PHONE 733 817 THIRD AVENUE 3. call and Deliver We BuUd Canopies smoke protectors and all sorts of additions and accessories to the kitchen range -whether It bo Jn a modest home or a large restaurant. \Ve are at your || �Al'.>ertk's Pioneer DnHMlstt" Wholesale and Retail Chemlatk TELEPHONE No. 323 CITY AND DISTRICT Foremost Visitor TJ. A'. 'Wiltse of Foromoat, Ib a business visitor in the city. After New Model Mr. J. T. Graham leaves for Calgary tomorrow to bring down one of the new model Studebnker light sixes. are for Sjuring ' Why postpone painting and varnishing. NoW \i the time to do inside work and today's prices are atrioVyief'than they will be I^ter. I, �. ' , ' Ready MixecL Paint We are agents for the Celebrated "Prism" braniJ made by the Canada Paint Co. No better paint maniH factured. Our guarantee goes with it. Varnishes We have varnishes Suited lor every purpos^ra1s> , varnish stains in all the popular colors. Enamels for both Iron and Wood, Alabastme, Coralite and everything in this line. AI^o a large'stock of brushes at modest prices. Compare our prices, Consumers Hardware Cd* TheTwentieth Century Book Stor^ Water Is Bad V City tests show that .the city water is in a bad condition. Masonic Lodde A regular meeting ot Lethbridge �Lodge No. 39 A. P. & A.M. wlUJje held tonight in Slasonic hall. /Visiting b/eth-i-en welcome. ' ^ Carpenters' Meeting For carpenters only. A meeting in Craft business. Local organizer, the Labor Hall, March 22nd, at.8 p.m. Sanitary Systems ^ The Raymond church School has ordered two large Kauatine toilet systems from the ICaustlnc and General Suppjy Co. ' . . Belgian Relief  W. A. Buchanan, M.P., acknowledges with thanks, receipl ot $1.00 contribution to Belgian Kellef fund from "A Friend," Lethbridge. Sales Manager Coming Mr. _J. E. Grady, sales manager ot the Stiidebaker corporation of Canada, will he In Lethbridge tomorrow to visit the local dealer, Mr. J. T. Graham. Country Fair Tho boys ot Knox church aild the J.O.C. class will give a country fair on Saturday afternoon and evening. There will be amusements and refresh ments and a baking c(>mpetition. Dr. MaeRaa to Lecture Dr. A/ O. MacRae ot Calgary, will lecture tomorrow night at 8 o'clock in Knox schoolroom before the members of the Mathesls club.and their husbands. "Everybody'* Bodk Shop" "We SeU the Books Being Talked About" 514 FbuRTH AVENUE PHONE 613 Wflshlhgtqn, Mafrch 21.-Increase Iri the government guaranteed price of wheat from $2 to $^.50 a bushel W.1S approved by the senate tocay. An amendment to the agricultural appropriation bill o^ered by Senator Gore, of OkiahbmaJ providing for the higher guarantee was adopted. T'l* vote was 45 to H. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGC, ALBERTA We are Selling Agents for the Moline Universal Tractor and can deliver a Tractor Today. Office Dfsks ROLL TOP DESKS TYPEWRITER DESKS And Office Supplies. f^u>tB� Sold Before We Mov�. Robertson's BookStore Present Stand llS'Sth 8tr^ 8,'' New Stand will be Lethbridge Hotel Block. T YOUR'E.SAFE^AT THE SANITARY SHOP. WESTBRObK BRO iS Opposite Bank of Mciiitraal Floral Tributes Lethbridge Encampment No. 7,1.O.O. F. will meet tonight in the I.O.O.P.. hall. The royal purple degree will be conferred." All members requested to attend. Visiting members cordiaUy'in-vlted. Mock Parliament The last meeting of the Mock Parliament win be held tonight at 8.15 In Wesley hall. This meeting was postponed from Tuesday on account' ot the fire. The subject under dls-cussldnt win be "Votoa for "Women." Refreshments will be served and everybody fs Invited to come and have a good timQ.  . London, Mar. 21.^An Amsterdam dispatch to; Reuter's says that Hugo Haase, leader of the Socialist minority In the reichatag, yesterday daclaraii ih;tne house that the Indepaniiiiftt-Coelallsts In view of the mailed flat-'peace with Russia would refuse to vote the emergency tlmatea. , , REOCillFpE FIRE �Medicine Hatji Mar. 21.-A bad firo Wiped out the Wheeler Block at Red-cliff at an "early, hour this morning. Fireman Skelloif.was badly injured by falling from th'^ roof. The. total damage amountod.^j* 121,000.  i G�ts 15 Years liurllngton, Vermont, Mar. 21.-A sentence of 15 years In Uio federal penitentiary at Atlanta was imposed by Federal Judge Howe today on Rov. Clarence H. Waldron, a Baptist clergyman, ot Windsor, cbnvictod Tuesday night ot disloyal utteranpes and opposing tho government's military, sor. vice plans. ANNOUNCEMENT The C. B. Bowman office Is now locfjted in Room 216 Sherlock BUlg.  ^5-0 "The Plea of the Masons" will be given at the Busy Bee concert In tho Baptist church Friday'night at eight o'clock. Representatives of seven different countries will take'part, dressed in oriental costume. Public cordially Invited. Collection. The Nursing Miesion will hold a tea at the mission, 428 13th- St. S. ou Saturday, March 30th' from 3 to � o'clock. Everybody welcome. A silver collection in aid of the mission fund will be takeu up. The two plays which the' Protheoii class of Wesley church are presenting in Wesley hall on -Monday, Jilarch 25, at 8.15, promise to he full ot amusing incidents as each member is putting her heat into the part allotted' to h^. Bo sure and come out aa the^ girls have worked hard and the entire proceeds are to bo turned over to the Building Fund. � Secure your seats early as there are no reserves. iZdUlts 35 cents, Chlldrou 25 cents. BO^N ICEALBT-To Mr. and Mrs. A. X.: Kealey, of Commerce, Alberta, on Mar. 19th, a son. . '  85-i/ KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. .Phone 1892 ' 710 Fifth Ave. S. First Annual Banquet ^ The Boys' Own club of the United church Sunday-school held tlieir flrstJ annual banquet in the chnrch hall last night, the affair also boing planned ^DJnplimentary to H. B. McBlyea, leader of the club, who iea^ies tomorrow to accept a position with the automatic telephone company at � Chicago. A toast list and program was carried out In charge of President Roger Heden-Strom, The ladles of the church served the banquet. New plans for making tlie club attraotivo to the boys of North Lethbridge were outlined by J. B, \Vilkle, under whose direction they will be carried out; . IF YOU NEED HAY CAH.iON ' , F. O. ItlYDE & CO. Phone 1244 '^�^��;, ' Uthbridga California"tand Seeker . A. B, Iteld of B;fBreed, California, ar-frlved in tho city SisMnornlng. '.Ho is 'One' otitho advanw) iuni'd <'oI a largo uumbec ot land seSkprs Iponi that.�eci tion. Quite a number of Merced farm-, ors bought land in'thls part of Alberta [last year, HAY PP'^SALE CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALFAL. FA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL ATTENTION .TO ALL ORDERS. PROMPT SHIPMENT WI^ITE OR WIRE US FOR I PRICES. Saunders Hay & -Grain Co. 1221 2nd AvenMe South Telaphona 732 WE invite; the public to come and inspect pup Groceteria. You will^sce^jy same how much* you can save by taking away your own goods. Every-^ thiiig priced ahd everything guarantee^k Mr. Fahneb does, this appeal to you. We give yoii a cordial invir taition to visit out store and see for yourself how 'much you can save. The E. J; Trckner Goi  GRQiPETERIA 204THiHTEINTH ST, S. OPPOSITE ELtlSOtj MILLS. Off ice Ec|uipmeiit Office and/.Typewriter Desks, Chaira, Piling Cabinets, Agents fort Woodstock Typsxvfters, Dick's Mimeograph, F. A E. Check Writer, Standard Envelop* Sealer and Starfip Afflxer, Burroughs' Adding / ' Machine. , Stock ReoUters, Seal* and ,9teck Certificates, A ^ULL LINE OP OFFJCe STATIONERY. EVERALL & FRANKS SInnatt 'Meekiieor. 4th Ave. and 5th St. Phone 1107 52?5 ;