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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta USICIr.MIUtlOIMU^ICI MUSIC) MU3IC! lien yftUlWant ailythtng In tho Music lAnc. :om6^to,anr^StoJH:t and Seloct it from our Block. We keep everything in Mnslj: nml " *" 1 ' i' MuBli-al Hoods. >:;(.v iAtffelNIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. Pi l>fienc-1S4S, 31S 6th St. 8., Lethbrldse, Alta, HOTEL WINDSOR '�UnOMAN PLAN ItALS^rilOM.iJOO A.M. TO tflO P.M. -The Home of- 4512 Quality Meats "Complete Lines in Fish and Meats for the Week End. DELANYS MEAT CO, FIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEU  PHONE 452 Edison Disc and RECORDS \ " �. We have Just opened a large ahlpmant of both Edison Disc and-Cylinder Records. You cnn now get many numbers that ha\|e been short for some time. Ceme in while the seliotiftn it good. THE KENNY & ALLlN CO., Ltd. ^ygfe^g^^gg. store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 14S7 Our Specials APPLES. We are on the home stretch with that u 443 box lot we got In last week. All ropack�d,A scAieral varieties. While they last, per case $1,*5^ . Buy apples noW.vPrlcea will be a good 4aal hlgl^ er when theie are all sold. NAVAL ORANGES. Our last shipment of navals for this season. Per dozen SOe, 60c, 70c andSOo FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT, each W/^c and 17"/ac BANANAS, fine luKloua fruit, special, per lb. 10c VEGETABLES FRESH CELERY,-2 lbs. for ... FRESH CAULIFLOWfcR, per lb, HEAD LETTUCE, 2 for > SOCIALISTS OPPOSE > GERMAN WAn CREDIT ^-- Amsterdam, Mar. 22.-The credit of flttaen ^UUon > �> > war marks has passed the last reading in reictistag and adopted. The Independent Socialists opposed iU Sdiiard Bernstein, Socialist minority "tteputy, explained the opposltioa of his group by sayln? it was due to the (act that -the peace treaty with Russia made it impoaalble to hare friendly relations with that country. Moreover, he said, the Germaa policy toward Holland, Belgium -.and Rumaoia, was contrary to the principle ot selC determination. EIGHT CARS OliLY FINE GREEN, IRRIGATED Timothy . READY FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT FROM LETH-BRIOQE. Fam Pi-oducts Ltd. W. J. Lloyd, Mgr. 201 Sherlock BIdg.. Phone 777 ING . ARTICULAR EOPLE With.our telephone service. \ro jnuBt do hnsiness by phone on account ef our location. The meats'-end service must he exceptional to build basioeu entirely by phone,, ' R. COULTRY The Alb'eHa Me�t Market ' PHONE 492 DYNAMITERS' TRIAL Montreal) Mar. "52.-In the trial ot the six alle^d dynamiters of Lord Atholstan'8 residence at* CartierviUe last summer, Federal Police Inspector Glroux was recalled to the stand aKtKe openinfe of this morning's ties-ston ond'agalnT examined ns to the reports, verbiA and written, made to l^im by Charles Desjardins. one ot the defendants, who, as a federal police., inspector had undertaken' to collect evIdeiTce against anti^onseriptionlst'^ agitators. After quesUonlng Inapector Oiroux stated that if he had been in Desjar-dlns' place he would not have contributed money to the funds ot an organ-iiation committed to a program of violence. He did/not believe it; was the duty of a police officer to so' act. He was. then excused. _1_ ""rr  � �-; .....:. 2Bo ....... 12c ....... 25e ....... 40c .......20c 30e and 38c Nj ....... 2�e^ ....... 20ei:.,M,1�' 9S lb. sack*, eaelir,,;..................... $9.25- GINGER SNAPS, 2 lbs. for.................\ 38b CATSUP, Obnnloo Brand. Very fine'quRtlty, #pte- lal per bottle.................'30c SEEDED RAISINS,' Qrean i^lbboh braiuf, peeial,  s . 2 paeketa foi�v...............   -^^Bc MINCE MEAT, W� bulk, special 2 I be. "for.. 38c EQUAUEQG, SOejtlne, epeclar each-.;..>MtV-.i40c.. PEANUT BUTTtP,''Squirrel Brand, 5 lb. tint, :'. special, 'eaal\-; >..'.;..;. if................,11.85 CANNED MILK, Carnation Brand, amall alee, 3 tins for ..... ,:ri--.. (� i.............., 2Bc COMB HONEYr Airline brand, eaeh section put up in sealed.earten.�'Price, each............40e ..SARDINES,'FlagkHlp brand, price per tin ... iit I PICKLES, '.Crotiev A .BlacHwella, Oherkihi and �. > mixed, tpeelal.per'bmtle..........80c -*QEORQE WASHINOTON COFPEC, inatantaneous,  Made ln,tha cM|i, per tin.... 40e, 70c and $1.00 TOILET SOAP, Oatmeal and Buttermilk, ipeelal, 7 cakea fbr . ..j.......................... 28c .'TOMATO tOUP,~,8nldtra' Ex\ca large tlns,'ipec-. lal per^lh I...-...........,.......... 20c ~ PURE MAPLE.SYRUP, ga^lentlna Bowea, 12.25 PLACE YOUR ORDERS EA^LY ON SATURDAYS. WE DO NOT AOCEPT ORDERS AFTER FIVB P.M.TO BE DELIVERED THE SAME^DAY.  \ HIGH-CLASS GROCEftS. thegSod �X). PHONl^ 828 -.7 Ba Easter Greetings Make your blaster Oreetine a personal'"one. Your plJoto-graph will aidd individuality to yoUr message of thought-fulness and good will. MAKE THE APPOINTMENT � TODAY. Snuth's Studio BOS Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 "Winnipeg, Star. 22.-Business was extremely dull and quiet in the cash grain markets today with the offerings : very light in oats, barley and flax. ' Cash oats we^e Ih^gobd demand with' unchanged spreads. Barley prices remained unchanged, to Xc higher. Gash flax lirlcos were lgvrer__wjth spreads unchanged.'"'^'''''."n The future markets closed %c higher for May oats and %c up for July. Barley futures. closed 2?4c higher for May. I ; iWlnnipeg Market^ xOats- May ... . July ... . ..j Barley- i-o. 2 C. W. 98 Extra No. 1 Feed ., No; 2 Peed...... Barley- NTJ. 3...... ISl. Rejected and Peed Flax- No. 1 N. W. C. .....;392 SC.'W. 387% No; 3 C. W, 370 ' Winnipeg Llveitock .' i^. Winnipeg, Mar., 22.-Livestock ..re-Iceipts today 550 cattje, 1283 ( iiog^. .Market steady. ' . -  � . | Quotations: 'Butcher steers, $d.25'to $13.00; heifere^,-f8.00 to $12.00: cows, $5.50 to $11.00; buils. $fi.50 to $8.76; oxen, $5.50 to $9.25; -stockers isnd feeders., $7.75 to $9.75; calves. le-Bi) to $15.00. 'V  i '  ''\ Hogs: selects, $20.00; heavfes. $15.60 to $17.00; sows, |12.00-to $13.00; light, $14.50 to -$16.00. - > . .> Pile* Cured'In 6 to 14 Dayt:, Druggists refund money if FAZO OINTMENT fails to cure Itching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles. Instantly relieves Itching Piles^^cUyott-'cni-j get restful sleep afterthe first applica' tion. Price 60c. Owing to the complete daa-truetlon of eiir' etore and etoek by fire we ahall ba unable for ii few daya to took after the neede of our many'customers,) but at soon as possltil* ^e shall, re* 'open and trK^vWe^^iiall notbi -forgotten. -1: , ^ J*Buri^prescfiirtfii!l�llle� are lli saved and shallbe avallabia Im-mediately for'those who require them. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LIMITED PHONE'Bsii city AND "district Ineemc 'tax Perms ^'Inconje tax forms *can now be obtained from the post office and the baiikB in the city besides at the Board of trade building. V ; i Qet Established Seen H. O. Clarke' has Bot*yet decided what arrangements he will make following the. fire whksh dcjstroyed^ his stock,'but will get established ae soon as-poiaihle. . . v In i|itepf the fact that many lines of high grade toolihkye been hard to get tljis season we have ah ^ assortment to t>e proud of ana in many cases at prices lov^r tli^ th^^caii be repjk^ we have ioGtiffcr. Cbmf^n: our prices; You will not be urged to buy. We want your business aocl sooner or later we'will have it. Come and and get acquaintedii Hardware Co. \ tbeli^ntieth Cert^ Store "Everybody's Book Shep" ''We SeU the Books Being Talked About' 614 FOURTH AVENUE / PHONI 613 Takes Over Agency ; B..Tiirney of this city has taken Qiveriihe Ford Agency at Macleod from 4'. a: Vltrue. J. A.-Harnett, formerly 6t the Ford Agency here, will be In chargf.'- ^ . � , . - . ..rc^es Overseas , " C. O. McQueen, formiprly with the Herald edltorialstiff and later employed In a Vulcan store has gone over-aeas with a draft from the 78tb Depot 'Battery; � ^ � ., Forum Speaker' J. D. Higinbotham will be the speivi-er at'the Sunday iPorum on the "Oc-ciipatlon of 'Egypf.V Tiie lecture ..^111 be ^ittustrateds The-music will b& for' - Ta O. K. Taifers and Furrieri pfeanlng, Pressing,. Repairing Shoes of Every Descrip^ \ tion' Repaired\. ^ PHONE 73S Mottorn Maehlnsry i\t THtRD AVENUE S. CAttt AND OELIVCf)  -.'V  �' 1 � . � � .�? � , �: � ;: ReA'K: STAFFORD BLOCK QurHigh Standing 'toi the tin and ^beet maUl-'linV la due to the. hlgb quality of our 'Work; the absolute satistaction - It glye6;^�Bd the treasonable , BrtcaB we'change for It.r You take;no chances In entrnatlng tu.wlth your work. Our reputnv tlon for honesty, conBclentlous- : ness and: competence': 1� ,-|^)ur., Sheet^M^tal Go*."^ tBTHBRIDQE. ALBERTA i^ Gloves Itubber ^Gloves have 'become' a real nec'essity to the average woman who has to-fuse fu the kitchen. '  7;. We' are 'featuring the RexatI Company's: ' "Roxbury ^Red" . Heusshold Rujyiier.Glevs^ ! These goods are'id^Drime con-:| dltion and are not exchangeabt^^.- T.Country-orders.'.tllle^-- ini.\Xo-i tatlqn. ' ^ J.D.fiigiaii^iiiBlCi Linlraod-!- ...... Alberta's Plenser Oi;iiOBit*)!' Wh^lesals snd |tstall Clwmlsia>1i TEUEPHONB No. Stt/ � � ,'�:v.'� lows: -Piano duet, nacarqlle' In es of .Hoffmap, Offenbach, lillsses May Clark and Ella Cobml>i|; vocal solo, selected,' Miss Slnim; violin solo, selected, Jklastor Jeff Waddington.^ . .....Auto'cijub-Membership / The membership committee of the liethbrldgG Auto Club has now'been named and . consists o.f A. C. Sauhd-'' ers,, chairman,-A. Barnsley, ,J. 'VV. Bawden, W. J. Lloyd, A. H. McGuire ahd> J. .H.'Virtue. A drive for new members is to b^ started shortly. A meeting will be held Ik the board of trade rooms tonight at^lght o'clock to consider plans for . the coming season. , slaugbt on the Cameron government was made by Mr. Leavltt, leader ot the oppositloa'.and his servile followers. It ..was � not, however, a straight party vote, ai|'.'Bbine ot the government supporters \veht bver'^to the opposition while the meiigiber for Etzikom voted with the'government and in a very f9fcible speech supported the bill. Tho governor general has called on Mr. Leavltt to fbrtn ^ a {government. It is understood'an election'for tb'fe new house .will! be held sometinie during the summer. The .premier and leader of the bppositloii'vrlsli to thank those who to'ok part'In.the Mock Parliament during'the wiiiter Just past and also to thank'those-who'httonded the ses-Eiott as spectators ahd .who by their presence have encouraged, th'^ niiolst-ers In'thelrleftorts to provide a ^profitable form of i entertainment: : 1  ANNdUNGEiMENTSi J i Returned Soldieirs ' The following returned soldiers rlved in Lethbridge this morning coming direct via Medicine . Hat, and. reaching tho city four hours late owing to the .washout east at Purple Springs: W. Braithewalte, 113th Battalion; Sergt. H. T. Oould, of the 13th; R. SmlthC 113th Battalion; O. T, Bhlr-. ley, 13th. C. M.R; They were met at the Btation by .their friends and the secretary of tfie' Returned Soldiers Bureau, aD.' Mclndoo, of the 20th Battery h(id Dennifl Boyce, of the 113th returned tfiis afternoon. The .G. B.Bo>rihan'Agency office Is now located lini tlopm 216 SheVlock Bldg.^ ' * ; � : . �5-0 Johnstone ahd,JUtchlerhaVc jnoved their Qfflees, to Klrkham.Block, oVer McKelVlis and McGuire'a store. 80-7 ~ If your car needs painting, send it to G.-T.)\ DHnkair & Sons, next ,to Herald office: Good/ work guaranteed. . 83-10 ns" given at ihe Busy Bee conc^ert-ln tho Baiitlet church Friday night at eight o'clock. Representattvey of 'seven dif- ^ f ereht countries - will; taxe part, dressed in oriental costume. Public ccTrflia?* ly invited. Collection. - ' The two plays which the Protheon claea of Wesley church areupr^B^ntini; 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 her. Be sure and'coine out-as the girls have wbrked hard and the entire proceeds are to be turned over tpSthd'-Building Fund. Seouro your seats early as there are no reserves. Adults 35 cents. Children 25 cents..  Another Washout , AnoUier washout occurred on the C P. R. line between Lethbridge and Dunmore last night'at a- point three i-l-tntles cast of -Purple Springs, with .the result that Trains No. 67 and No. "68 were compolljed to transfer passeiucera. Tho train from the east due hOTe'-nt; 3.30 dl^ not arrive until 7.30,-dl8cora-^-moding many passengers. Some critir ciBin,o('tbe company is beiitg made; today owing to the failure to provide; -intending oastbound passcngera ^vltl('^ definite information, ab to the tim�to(t (he arrival of the tral�. Friends ottre-! ... ..... A dance-wlil-be held in Burgmann'a haH, 13th St. K..'Saturday. Two piece orchestra In attendance. R. Burgmann in charge. Gents -76c;- Ladles free. 86-1 . A. Msads,'WqII known conductor on tho White-Line Is leaving the t^empjoy ',of the street'Tallway to enter business IforhlmBelt at'his. old trade of paint-I ln� 86-1 The NtfrsihS Mission will hold a tea at tha;mtBBlon^428 13th St, S. on Saturday,-Mi^troh aUth from 3 /{o 6 o'clock. V'Bv^ryhody'i.welcome. A sliver coHectloU'In aid. of the mission fund willfbe taken.iip,' . � '^�^'�^V-'.-V?^- ��:.^.;'- '�� , , ; ,. We vt Sellmg AgenU for thev Mbliiie Universal Ti^actor ^dcaii deliver a Tractor Today. ^ \ Supply ?a '^!V^:�..SK;^�4t';'' � V. Hotel BlMk. ' ' YOUR'ESAFE^AT; r- THE SANlTAftY SHQP;/ WESTBROQK BRO i ' Opposits Bsnklef'MgntraalA KNAPMAN mmifi^ AND.HEATINOXO. , . S,-:^ Phons 1892 J 710 Fifth" AysSs.^ itarnad -sifaldlers.arriving on the-trajn, w�tit.'to7the depot at 3.30 a;id .waijted; tll|^7.20leyr�all, with a large attendance. i%0 'hill to . confer - the. franchise, on ^y^0l|l4n wan given Its second and third CtsadlngH 'but was defeated on the third reading, by u vote of 15 for and IjI'asainBt the> bill, a most vicious ott- IF YOU NE^ED { HAm CAUL ON-v ......... i'mr- 0. mMMmpm I Phone 1244 K' L�thbr|d|(i ANDERSON-To,Mr. C. Anderson; 10B0-19th'St^B.,^ .17,, a daughter. ;PRANCI8-7T Fra^clH, 314 .15t! eon, Edward Ko: Twenty, years, ago Lethbridge was a very small'place, bo-was R. A. Wright a small man with a small stock.' Twent^^'years of success has raised him from.the.Bmallest jewelry atovc to the largeBt-*n the city, Lethbridge Is a large city, and R.. A. Wright has made progress-in-all ways in keeping with the city. His stock is (too large with this extra stock purchased in the Eastern market last. month that he .wants to share It with the' people of 4'ethbrldge an on the an-nlyewiary of his coming 20 years'Sga, HO \f' holding a 1^ day anniversary sale jitaVting tomorrow. -As noted by the portraits on Mother page Mr. \yrigui: hiis,'grpjirn-with' thoc'ty. , '83-1 MAJOR MORAHT DEAD   . Lonjlon^ March 22. death of "M^jor Morah^- -The , long military, correspondent ot the TSgebtatt of Berlin and the most widely quoted of the German military wrlteru, is reported -In a'.?entr�i News dispatch from Amst.erdam. $ ...  ^  �  �j 4>  � \ "Tne.aBER^WITttOMTAPEER' CARLOADS or; LESS . TJMOTHY.- UPLi^NO, AtPAt. ^ PA,, MIXEO^ TIMOTHY AND f >SLFALFA' AND STRAW, ^ , i CAREFUL ' ATTEN-flON ^: ^ ALUORO^RS.^. PR9MI\T,SHIPMENT '-WRITE OR WmE.US FORV . , PRICE*. \ . I ' 1821'2n4>'Avsnus Soutli TfiUphei^a 732 lki| MiBiiiDci Brbwinc *IIAltin� C&itn. v" ' LBTHm|S�l.,A|^IIITA. _^^^_^e Equipment I Offlsi-^aWtflrypswrltsr piisks.^C|taln, Fl,lln� Cpblnats, Agsnis foiti Woodsteelt5Ty|MVl(r(tsrs,;,Olek'sKMiiM0sr�Fli, P,.^A Chsck.Writer, Bta^tfsM ^EltvslopM. Ssalsr^ ^nd JMSmp J^mM^, Burroughs'. Addli;^;; AW'' r^|pcAU.t& FRANKS il{;^|or. 4th Ave. and St|iv��r ' ' 19ns 110/': ;