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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MUSIClMUStCl music! music i musics "vVhon you want anything in tho .Mash- !/inc Come to our fiti^re and Select it from our Stock. AVc keep everything in.MuMc uti-l Musical (tikhIs. ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. Phone 15^5. 315 6th St. S., Lethbridge, Alta. IBjRIDGE daily herald HOTEL WINDSOR I J____ EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. Phone The Home of uality Complete Lines In Fish and Meats for the Week End. DELANYS MEAT CO. On Specials This Week-end riFTrt ST. s. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 s4 Edison D Cylinder and RECORD 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. Come in while the selection is good. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL ZZ&ra&Z Store PHONE 1437 APPLES. We nre on the home stretch with.that 443 box lot wo got in last week. All repacked, se-.vernl varieties. 'While they last, per case $1.95 Buy apples now. Prices will be a good deal higher when thi^se are all sold. NAVAL ORANGES. Our last shipment of navnls for this Sanson. Per dozen 50c, 60c, 70c and 80c FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT, each 12V2c and m^c BANANAS, fine luscious fruit, soech'tl. per lb. 10c VEGETABLES FRESH CELERY. 2 lbs. for............... 25c FRESH CAULIFLOWER, per lb............ \oz HEAD LETTUCE, 2 for ....................o5u LEAF LETTUCE, nor lb.................... 40c SPINACH, per lb.......... ................ 20c CUCUMBERS, each.................30c and 35c GREEN ONIONS. 3 bunches Tor ........... 25c RHUBARS, per lb......................... 20c POTATOES, dry and mealy, per cwt.......$2.40 TURNIPS, extra fine and solid, special, 10 lbs. for.......................................25c CABBAGE. 7 ibs. for .....................25c B. C. ONIONS. 7 lbs, for ................... 25c CARROTS, 7 Ibs. for ...................... 25c PARSNIPS. 6 Ibs. for ...................... o5c BEETS. 6 Ibs. for ........................ 25c CREAM BRICK CHEESE, per lb.............45c NEW LAID EGGS, lowest market price. PURITW WHITE FLOUR, only a ^srrUll quantity left. � 24 lb. sacks, each ...................... $1.65 49 lb. sacks, each .......................$3.15 93 lb. sacks, each ...................$625 GINGER SNAPS^-2 Ibs. for................f 35c CATSUP, Donalco Brand. Very fine quality, special per bottle............................ 30c SEEDED RAJSINS, Green Ribbon brand, special, 2 packets *for............................ 25c MINCE MEAT, in bulk, special 2 Ibs. for., 35c EQUAL EGG, 50c tins, special each .........40c PEANUT BUTTER, Squirrel Brand, 5 lb. tins, special, each........................... $1.55 CANNED MILK, Carnation Brand, small size, 3 tins for..................................25c COMB HONEY, Airline brand, each section put up in sealed carton. Price, each ...........40c SARDINES. Flagship brand, price per tin ... 15c PICKLES, Crosse & Blackwells, Gherkins and mixed, special per bottle ................. 50c GEORGE WASHINGTON COFFEE, Instantaneous. � Made in the cup, per tin.... 40c, 70c and $f.00 TOILET SOAP. Oatmeal rind Buttermilk, special, 7 cakes for .............................. 25c TOMATO SOUP, Sniders' Extra large tins, special per tfn................................ 20c PURE MAPLE SYRUP, gallon tins Bowes, $2.25 FLORAL TRIBUTES Flowora were apui by the folJo^-injr to the funeral of Marjorie Heaps; Floral heart. Father. Moiher and Sister; aucUnr. her schoolmates; pros?. Sunday school class: wreath. IX Sobera: �wreath. Mr. and Mrs. .I. T. McDrr-mott; sprays. Mr. .1. VI. Thornhill, Mrs. ANNOUNCEMENTS Johnstons & Ritchie, solicitors, arc-occupying a temporary office in 13nk of Montreal UuiMin^. s-i-u PLACE YOUR ORDERS EARLY ON SATURDAYS. WE DO NOT ACCEPT ORDERS AFTER FIVE P.M. TO BE DELIVERED THE SAME DAY. HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO PHONE See Mr. Jtops and Maggie at 'ho Busy Roes Coneert on Fridav at !\ Man-hand and Mrs Siotaur. .Mrs. -Mo-' ^T.ta Jhl,I,apl�tii "An Jladi and family. Mr,. J. T. Perclval. j ceIk'nt *"��""" Collection. Mrs. John Watmougii, IX A. Cnrrie, | , t , i If Tour ear needs painting, send it J. .1. Cook. Mr and Mrs o^c. L Lax- f Q j Drinkall & Sons? next to ion, .Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Hurst and mm-' alv. Miss Farnuin. Herald office. Good work guaranteed. S'.'.-IO Flowers were sent by tao following , Mrs. John Taylor and fanitlv wi*h to to The funeral of Susanah Byers, whose ; extend ihanks to their manv friend* remains were sent to Montana yester-1 far ui-Mr kindness during their recent day for interment: Wreath. Mr. and j bereavement, Mr?. Couitry; sprays, Mr. and Mrs, J. j - 1\ I'liswonh. Mr. a*ia Mrs. C. Field, ! Winnipeg. Mar. 21.-The demand for \ cash oats continued exceptionally good j with offerings veVy light. Prices were | unchanged to eont Jow^r. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Morden, Mr. and Mrs. Sv-ingler; lillies, Master G. 1'ns-wonh. Lizzie and Sadie Ward; spray, Sisters of Dominion Kebekah Lodge X^. -II. j Tht?re will ho a Mission Band Coa-i o?rt on Friday evening in the Itantist ; church m tMgiit. o'clock. An excellent prouram including recitations in . Oriental costumes will he given. Public cord:aily invited. Collection taken. tl 4 I? EIGHT CARS ONLY FINE GREEN. IRRIGATED Timothy READY FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT FROM LETH- BRIDGE. Farm Products Ltd. W. J. Lloyd. Mgr. 201 Sherlock Bldg^ Phone 777 On Friday night. March -2nd. in the 'school at Coaldale. the Y. P. B. (\. of the Unrted Church. # North Leth-'. bridge, are to give their concur-. > which Includes the musical play "Our 1 P.usy Ladies' Aid."; Commences at , $.30. Admission 50c, children 25c. S4-2 Cash barley offerings were fair, at j prices 21 oc lower lor the higher grades, with a few sales of the. lower grades at prices ten cents lower. The cash flax m a r ke r. w a s fa i r! y steady with a fair demand at unchanged prices. "H-r>ari-.-y closed Sc lovrer for May. K!ax closed I^c higher for May and c higher for .1 ulv. Please Note! There will he a Mission Band Concert on Friday evening in the Bapti-t 1 church ai eight o'clock. An excellent 1 Oats May . Jnlv ... . ^Barlev- Muv . Flax May . J u I v . Goon 4- * 4 * 4 4 02 ...... :;!",*12 Cash Prices Close 400-\ 39SV. 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 possible we shall reopen and trust we shall not bp forgotten. program including recitation? fn j Oats-Oriental costumes .will be given. Pub-1 Xo. 2 c. "\Y. !'� He 'ere cordially invited. Collection : Extra No. 1 Feed taken. i No. 1 Feed So* barlev- No. e. ^Y. jtn^ 92^ No. 2 Feed 85"4 '1* ^LEASING �^ARTICULAR EOPLE With our telephone service. Wo must do business by phone on account of our location. The meats and service must be exceptional to build busiasss entirely by phone. COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 492 The S. 0. E. Benefit Fund for Returned Soldiers + Whist and Dance Wifl Be Held in the S. 0. E. HALL Under the Auspices of the Above �m Wednesday March 27 Admission 50c Mr. Nesd3 Will Play No. :] ......ISO Xo. 4 ......1 Rejected end Feed............"150 : Flux- No. 1 X. W. C.................397.% Xo. 2 C. W. ;'.07"+ f�Xo. 3 C. W. 375"! Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg-. Mar. 21.-Receipts today ;*".o cattle, ::0S4 hogs, cattle trade slow.! Hogs steady. Quotations: Butcher steers 53.50 to ?12.:/:; heifers $7.50 to $12; cows $5.50 to $11; hulls $0.50 to $12.50; heifers S7.50 to SI2; cows $5,50 to $11; bulls S0.5u to $S.75: oxen $5.50 to $9.25; stockers and feeders ?S.50 to $9.75; veal ralves StJ.50 to ?15; hogs, selects ?.20; heavies, $15.50 to $17; sows $12 to standards |J) to ?10; ligllt �714.50 to' S10. Our prescription files are all saved and shall be available immediately for those who require them. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LIMITED PHONE 555 K Tailors and Furriers Cleaninflf Pressing, Repairing Uhoes of Every Description Repaired Modern Machinery State of H!!is Bad Mr. Mills of Iron Springs, is in the rity today and states that a strong protest should be entered by every local interest against the state of the hills at the Little Bow and Nolan's ; | Bridge, northeast of the city. He says '. the farmers are very anxious to come to the city to do necessary shopping before seeding strata and afe prevented from doing so by the impassable state or. the hills. Mr. Ainsworth of � the public works department states that they will be repaired as soon as t he can find teams and men to do the work. Mr. Mills will start spring work on his land tomorrow afternoon. Household Gloves Rubber Gloves have become a real necessity to the average woman who lias to fuss in the kitchen. We are featuring the Rexall Company's "Roxbiiry Red PHONE 733 817 THIRD AVENUE S. call and deliver Only One "BaOMO QUININE" To get the genuine, call for full name LAXATIVE BROMO QUININK Tablets. Look for signature of K. W. GROVE. Cures a Cold in One Day. Hue. Household Rubber Glove at 39c per pair These goods are in prime condition and are not exchangeable. Country orders filled in rotation. J. D. Hignbottara & Co Limited The w e Build Canopies smoke protectors and all ^orts of additions and accessories to the kitchen range whether it h*\ in a anodent. 3)ome or a laige restaurant. "We are at your service for such work whether your range requires but a few lengths of new pipe or a handsome new r-anopy to protect your ceiling, A phone call will bring us to you promptly. I he Dixon Sheet Metal Co, fW4 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 Studio 306 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 Alberta's Pioneer DruggUU" Wholesale and Retail Chemlati* TELEPHONE No, 322 Ft-* YOUR'S SAFE-AT THE SANITARY SHOP. WESTBROOK BROS Opposite Bank of Montreal F r REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Of ice D^sks KIUPP�!AN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Phone 1392 710 Fifth Ave. s. We are Selling Agents for the Moline Universal Tractor ROLL TOP DESKS TYPEWRITER DESKS And Office Supplies. Must Be, Sold Before We Move. and can deliver a Tractor Today. upenor QliertSOIl'S BookStsre Present Stand 118 5th Street S. Nsw Stand will be Lethbridgo ' " Hotel mock. 4 �Mv* if YOU NEED HAY CALL ON F. O. HYDE & CO. Phone 1244 - * Lethbridgo CITY AND DISTRICT Foremost Visitor U. A. Wiltse of Foremost, is a bus! ness 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. Water Is Bad City rests show that the city water (is in n had condition. Masonic Lodge A regular meeting of Lethhridge | Lodge No. 39 A. R & A.M. Willie held i tonight in Masonic hall.A'lsitlng hreth-! ren 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 Kaustine toilet systems from the Kaustine and General Supply Co. Belgian Relief \V. a. Buchanan, M.P., acknowledges with thunks, recetpl ot $1.00 contribution to Belgian Relief fund from "a Friend/' Lethbridgo. Sales Manager Coming Mr. 3. E. Grady, sales manager of the StiidebaRer corporation of Canada, will bo in Lethbridge tomorrow to visit the local dealer, Mr. J. T. Graham. Country Fair The boys of Knox church and the J.O.C. class will give a country fair on Saturday afternoon and evening. There will be amusements and refreshments and a baking competition. Dr. MacRae to Lecture Dr. a,- O. MacRae of Calgary, will lecture tomorrow night at 8 o'clock in Knox schoolroom before the members of the Mathesls club and their husbands. : Floral Tributes Lethhridge Encampment So. 7, l.O.O. F. will meet tonight in the l.O.O.F. hall. The royal purple degree will ho conferred. All members requested to attend. Visiting members eordiuUy* invited. Prep a re Spring Why postpone painting and varnishing. Now is the time to do inside work and today's prices are all lower 'than they will be Iqter. Ready Mixed Paint r ii i -ii �� i ii i ���.........-*mmm-m We are agents for the celebrated "Prism" made by the Canada Paint Co. No better paint manufactured. Our guarantee goes with it. 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. Al�o a large' stock of brushes at modest prices. Compare our prices. Consumers Hardware Co. The Twentieth Century Book Store Everybody's Bodtc Shop" "We Sell the Books Being Talked About'1 14 F&URTH AVENUE Gets 15 Years Washington. March 21. -^Increase In the government guaranteed price of wheat from $2 to $�.50 a bushel was approved by the senate tccay. An amendment to the agricultural appropriation bill offered by Senator Gore, of Oklahoma, providing for the higher guarantee was adopted. The vote was 45 to 18. lhirlington, Vermont, Mar. 21.-A sentence of 15 yearn In the federal penitentiary at Atlanta was imposed ! by Federal Judge Howe today on Rev. Clarence IT. Waldron, u Baptist clergyman, of Windsor, convicted Tuesday night of disloyal utterances and opposing the government's military ser� vice plans. London, Mar 21 .~An Amsterdam dispatch to Reuter's says that Hugo Haase, leader of the Socialist minority In the reichstag, yesterday declared in the house that the Independent Socialists in view of the mailed fist peace with Russia would refuse to vote the emergency estimates. REDCLIFFE FIRE ' Medicine Hat, Mar. 21.-A had fire wiped out the Wheeler Block at Red-cliff at an early hour this morning. Fireman Skellet was badly injured by falling from the roof. The total damage amounted to $21,000. ANNOUNCEMENT The C. B. Bowman Agency office la now locpted in Room 216 Sherlock Bidg. � ^5-0 "The Plea of the Masons" -will be given at the Busy Bee concert in the Baptist church Friday^nlght at eight, o'clock. Representatives of seven different countries will take" part, dressed in oriental costume. Public cordially Invited. Collection. The Nursing Mission will hold a tea at the mission, 428 33th St. S. on Saturday, March 30th from a to 0 o'clock. Everybody welcome. A silver collection in aid of the mission fund will he taken up. The two plays which the Protheon class of Wesley church are presenting in Wesley hall on Monday, ^March 25. at 8.15, promise to be full of amusing incidents as each member is putting her best Into the part allotted to he/. Be sure and come out as tho girls have worked hard and the entire proceeds are to bo turned over to the Building Fund. Secure your seats early an there are no reserves. Adults 35 cenh'.. Children 25 cents. BORN KEALEY-To Mr. and Mrs. A. I#, Kealey, of Commerce, Alberta, on Mar. 1 19th, a son. 1 S5-1 Mock Parliament The last meeting of the Mock Parliament will be held tonight at 8.15 in Wesley hall. This meeting was i postponod from Tuesday on account*; ot tho fire. The subject under dls- [ cussion will be "Votes for Women." i Refreshments will be served and ev- j erybody is invited to come and have a good time. First Annual Banquet The Boys' Own club of the United ! church Sunday school hold their first annua) banquet in the church hall last night, the affair also being planned complimentary to II. B. MoKlyea, lead-of the club, who leaves 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 Ifeden-Btrom. The ladies of the church served the banquet. Xew plans for making the club attractive to the boys of North Lethhridge were outlined by J. B. Wilkle, under who3e direction they will be carried out. E invito the public to come and inspect Qur Groceteria. You will see4>y same how much you can save by taking away your own goods. Everything priced and everything guaranteed; Mr. Farmer does this appeal to you. We give you a cordial invitation to visit out store and see for yourself how much you can save. The E. J. Tickner Co H A V FOR SALE CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND. ALFAL. FA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW, GROCETERIA 204 THIRTEENTH ST, S, OPPOSITE ELLISON MILLS CAREFUL ATTENTION ALL ORDERS. PROMPT SHIPMENT TO California Land Seeker A. B. Reid of Mje/ced, California, arrived in the city {Lis morning. He is j one of thti advance guard of a large I number of land seekers from that sec-j Lion. Quite a number of Merced farm- ers bought laud in this part of Alberta. 1 last year, 1 WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay & - Grain Co. > 1221 2nd Avenue South Telephone 732 Office Equipment Office and Typewriter Desks, Chairs, Filing Cabinets, Agents for} Woodstock Typewriters, Dick's Mimeoflraph, F. & E. Check Writer, Standard Envelope Sealer and Stamp Affixer, Burroughs' Adding * Machine. r Stock Registers, Seals and Stock Certificates* A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. EVERALL & FRANKS Phone 1107 Slnnott Block, cor. 4th Ave. and 5th St. ;