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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta _� _Ja__ I VMU*ICI MUBtCI MUSICI MUtflCI MUSICI When you wnnt BiiythiiiR In llio. Mustn Unn. Come to our Store nrnl Select It fr6m our 'Stock. Wo keep everything in Mu^lc nnil .� Musical GocklH. ' AStlNIBOlA MUSIC CO., LTD. Phone 1845,; 315 6lh 8t^ 8., Lethbrldfle. A!ta.- HOTEL WINDSOR . EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO tflO f�.M. Phone -Th^ Home of- 1^ Quality Meats Complete Lines in Fish and Meats for the Week End. DtLANYS MEAT CO. riFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 Shaving Suggestions for the Man Who Shaves Himself Safaty Razors, Blades, Shaving Lotions, Shaving Sticks, Rezor Strops, Lilac Vegetal,'Shaving Powder, Shaving Cream. Brushes, Hones, Men's Talcum. Get the full enjoyment out of your shave by having these shaving comforts handy. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. *^Oe*aarf. store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 RIPE TOMATOES, only cnsos nbout GO OC _ pounilit. Price, per lb.................. �iDQ head LETTUCE. Oootl siio. In CJti-oUcnt / sh.iiie, per hoRil....................... lOc CAULIFLOWER. Fluo solid heads. Price fA^. per 11.......... ...... lUC APPLES. All sound repacked, n lbs. Otj^ tor.............................. �uC HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE - 52B MARKETS EOF STANLEY CUP SERIES IN TORONTO TONIGHT Toronto, Mar. 23.-Vaucourer cout hotkey league champions and Toroh-tOd. K. H. L. champions, -will meet In the second game of the Stanley .Cup here tonight and the Pa'clfic coast champions probably .will be the favorites for the games aa it will be play, ed under western rules whirh are rery strange to the easterners. In addition seven men will be on the ice. Instead ot sii. According to Pre-sldi-ni Frank Patrick the western style speeds up the game as the players can take passes inside the restricted area and thus save the time necessary to bring the puck up. It is questionable how effective the Blue Shirts' will be under this sVyle. but they have been practicing faithfully and expect to make a good showing. N'oble has recovered and will play centre for the Blues with Corbett Denenny as rover. "Speed" Jloynea wiU be the soTenth man on the ice for Vancouver. The game will be played-nr.'l�r..j.vestern.,riiles Mid'Mho To-rontos are'""nofoVerfy coufideut of winning. ' " . , Winnipeg, Mar. -Cash oats were in fair demand during the early session at Frid.iy's spreads. I^lcr spreads widened i*c on a number of grades and offerings were ot a fair V^olume. ^ >^ The demand for cash barley was good, and cash flax -was light with 1 spreads hnch'anged. ' Oats closed l%c lower for May and 2?ic lower for July. , j Barley closed "ic lower for May. Flax closed 5c lower tor May and July. I Winnipeg Market Oatsj-----Opetf'TIiMe Rather than pay "a $50 fine tor having the �Finished Mystery" in his possession, Malcolm H. Dewar, of Vancouver, accepted an alternative sentence of 30 days at the prison farm. This is the first imprisonment in the province for being in possesion ot the forbidden book. -May July..... Barley- 03'.4 179-- nax- May ... .July ... ....... 394 .......^3S7hi Cash Prices 91H 178 390 387 ;4 EIGHT CARS ONLY FINE ' GREEN, IRRIGATED Timothy READY FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT FROM LETH-BRIDGE. Farm Products Ltd. W. J. Lloyd, Mgr. 201 Sherlock BIdg., Phone 777 Oats-No. 2 ('. '\V. 9658 Kxtra No. 1 Feed No I Feed 89% Barley-No. 3 C. W. l.SO No. 3 C. W. 9H� i ........90-i No. 2 Peed 84 Ti No. 4 C. W. 175 P Easter Greetings Make your Easter Greeting a personal one. Your photograph will add individuality to your measage of thought-fulness and good will. MAKE THE APPOINTMENT TODAY. Smith's Studio t)08 Third Ave. S. ' Phwe 1471 LEASING ARTICULAR EOPLE With our telephone service. Wo must do business by phone on account ot our location. The meat* and service muBt be exceptional to build business entirely by phone. R, COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market , PHONE 492 J The S. 0. E. Benefit Fund for Returned Soldiers Whist ana Dance win Be Held in the SO. E. HALL Under the Auspices of the Above' Wednesday March 27 � Admission 50c Mr. Needs Will Play Rejected and Feed...............150 nax- No. 1 .V. W. C................K87 No. 2 C. W. 382^ No. 3 C. W. 305 Winnipeg Livestock , ' WinniijeK, Mar. 23.-Receipts at the Union stock yards today 'were 250 cattle and 023 hogs. The hog market ! v.-as quiet and cattle prices about steady with Friday'.s quotations unchanged. .\11 grades ot butcher stuff, stoekei^ and feeders .sold at a little easier pricps on Thursday and Friday, the packers only taking what they vanted tot* their immediate, wants. Hog prices remained steady all week at $2(j. , ' AUTO NOTES Easter Dyes Paas' Easter Egg Dyes , and Transfers TWO FOR \ " 15c J.D.1iigiBbot!iamicGo --- Linited � � The SNS^*-*^ ^ �Alberta's Planes^" Druggist** Wholesale and Retail Chemlstik TELEPHONE No. 322 CITY AND DISTRICT Band Meeting The Lethbridgc band- will hold an important meeting in the city band room at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Hear the Pagans ^ The New Zealand evangelist will he-gin special meetings at the Christian churcli Sunday, April 14. Watch for other announcements. EMERGENCY EMERY I It is sometimes useful to'know that | I the igniting composition ot a box ot' I safety matches may, \ln emergency,' j be used in place of'emery paper. The I substitute is not equal to the original, ' but in a pinch it will clean the ends 'of a set of plugs fairly acceptably, PUSH WITH CARE 1 N'ever push a car along by placing the hands against a panel or by holding the door handles. The latter may be lightly fastened to the body, and the j pressure necessary to move the car is more than they can stand. A, car should be pushed by taking hold of � the wheels or ot the tires. O. K. SMOPS Tailors and Furriers Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing Shdiei^bf ^very Description Repaired ' Modern Machinery PHONE 733 817 THIRD AVENUE S. QAtL AND DELIVER' Soldiers Return iPto. M. J. Norman ot the First Contingent, Pto. Fofegin of Jlagrath, and Ptc. Wilson of Monarch, arrived in the city.this afternoon from Kugland! - Bad Slide Main Line Owing to a bad slide on the C.P.R. main line at Yoho, near Field, the .company Is considering trains through the Crow and over the Kootonay Central. The main lino is conipletoly blocked' tor the time being. Rsmpvlng Family Br J. Lemieux, former master mechanic of the C.P.R. Listbhridge division and now master mechanic and trainmaster at Calgary, is in the city today moving his household effects to the northern city. , Were Remanded 'Tlie two Chinamen taken in tow on charges ot perjury and fabrication arising j)ut of the recent Chinese case in Supromd Court, were remanded in A.P.P. court yesterday until 10 o'clock. SMarch 26th. OIL SCREENS Where a mesh ot fine screening is I us#d in the lubricating system to sep-j ararte foreign matter from the oil these ; screens should be, frequently, inspect-1 j ed. Particles ot metal or other, sedl-1 I ment collect here, and if the Screens I arc not cleansed at frequent Intervals this foreign matter may seriously im-: , pede the flow ot lubricant, with- iJtarv-1 ; ed bearings or a flooded crankcase ixa \ the direct result. Stianding- in the tin �i/d sheet metal line is due to the high quality of our work; the absolute satisfaction It gives; and the Teasonabte jUflces'we chsrge for it. You take ' no chances . in entrusting .us with yqur Avprk. OiJr reputation for honesty, conscientious-neaa arid coiilpetence Is your guarantee. Thepixon Sheet Metal Co REAR STAFFORD BLOCK ' tETHBRtOGE. ALBERTA CALCIUM CHLORIDE ANTI-FREEZE The use of'Calcium chloride as anti-freezing solution has lost ,e:round during the last few years, from the .growing belief that it is not altogether good ?or the metal ot the cooling system and because of. Its tendency to obstruct the circulation ot the water after evaporation has reduced the liquid content of tha solutiSh. , However, the growing cost of alcohol, has caused some car owiierS Vto go back to calcium chloride.. A-good solutipn density is obtained , by uplijg five pounds of hydrated calcium chloride, to one gallon ot water. This Holution will not freeze at any temperaturethis side of zero, but .the .user must be careful to keep replenishing thowater to make up for losses by evaporation and to keep up an undiminished flow of li^ uid through the cooling system. -3'--7: ^^^^ We are Selling/Agentji for th^ Moline UniyerBal Tractor ^and can'deliver a tracW Today. Superior Supply Cd. Office'Desks - ROLL TOF DESKS ^lyPEWRITER DESKS kn|| Office .Sif|�|j|l?^-; Must Be ^ fSold PefoCc '-Sfrf^tA'we./ ' --rr--~- loiertsofl's BwkSt^^^^^ Present Stand 113 5th Strsat 8. New Stand will bt Letht^rldge Hotel Block. (From Our Own Corrispondcnt) Bow Island, March !8^^r^'ext Wednesday evening, tlve Unlt-ejl Church, Lethbrldge Avenue^ wllJi,pei the scene of a very unique, entertaihihent for the children ot the Sundajv^.school and their parents. At six-thirty p.m. supper will be served to every child In attendance and at seven-thirty a most credible program wIlU WSi pnsented. The^ fifty junior meihtik ,bf4lie;'^n-day�^3Chod1 are bel^gioleqBateiy pre: p.ii-isd by Mrs. J. M, MtlroV- for the precfentation ot an intei^ejitlng program of drills, songs, chorus* and recitations and we fee} assured thts �oncert will Surpass: in 4ualil>y' ailytiliii^rious endeavor ot the children of the United Sunday school. It is the sincere wish of Rev. C. Bishop thati'inenibers ahd adherents'of-tile church J-wlir nyail themselves of tho opportunity., of enjoying a program'of-tr^^ wholesome aniusement. . . Mrs. DePew who has returned home after an illness neoessltsiting her confinement in the Medlciha" Hat hospital, spent Monday and Tuesday with Mrs. R. H. Robertson, Olquist street, before proceeding to her home in the Rosemount district. Mr. A. B. Morris of Letl\brldge was a visitor in town on Frldjiy. . aijr. Richard Reid has leturned to town after a prolonged visit with,relatives in Ontario. Mr. and Mrs. Conquergood spent Monday In town. ; Dr. Munro has purchased the Mc-Ewcn halt section northeast of town.- Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Beattle, Broadway, gave a most delightful card party and ^informal luncli in thjlr co^y homo on Monday evening to a. tew friends. The guests departed at midnight with best n-ecollections of their ch�rmlh(f-| hosti9ss' entertainment. . :.r j. '. .^r; P. McCoy of. Tabe'r.spent Wednesday in toVn. p � .' Home Flooded Du):ing the recent iiood Mrs. B. W. Wilniot whoae .home was (lotMled, was the guest of Mrs. A. F.-Wlrts, Olqulat Street � ' :.� .. . -Mrif,and Mrs. Darling, First avenue,-returned on Alonday .rffter sjiending the %ek end In A|aplo Creek.' v >Ii^,.^right ot Winnlfred-spent Bat-ur(fcy in town. YOUR'E SAFE^AT \ THE SANITARY >HOP.. WESTBROOK BROS Opjpoelte Bank of Montrsar Veterans Parade A meeting of Veterans will be held tomoiTow to discuss the coming church parade. Jho veterans would welcome suggestions from any interested ' per; sons as to securing a band. 1 _________ ^ Are In Calgary Leon Dunsworth and Alfred Kane both of the local "Y" basketball team, are in Calgary today to attend a meeting ot the Alberta Amateur Athletic Union's annual meeting tor the purpose of securing amateur cards for all Southern Alberta basketballers. Special Feautre Instead ot a regular sermon at the Christian church tomorrow evening, adaptation ot the sacred song "Tell the Old, Old Storj-." as a reading will be given by .Mrs. B. Snyder. Those who have heard this before can testify of its very sympathetic effect. It is especially suitable to the present season. Is German Prisoner Word has been receiveiV'ljy bis bro-' ther, H. Haight, of the I.'H.C. stjtft here that his brotlipr Capt. Lockwobd Haight, is a German prisoner. Capt. Haight enlisted with a Western Canada battalion, but secured a commission in the British Flying Corps and fought for several months in Mesopotamia He has been missing since March nth. Capt. Haight visited his brother in Lethbyidge before enlisting. Was. Badly Burned Rev. Chas.. E. Cragg, pastor of the Wesley church was rather badly burned about the face and liands this mor-nlpg by in explosion which occurred \vhen-he went to light the gas In the furneco this morning. Some gas had evidently accumulated In the furnace ovornfght, and tho flare which result-isd when he applied the match, bumed Ills face and hands rather seriously. He was to have preached in Calgary tomorrow, but was forced to caucelthe ong'agement. Rev. .Mr. Telfer of Car-mangay, will tako the ser\'iceB hero tohiorrow. .Mr. Cragg hopes to he about again in a fow days. ^ KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING Ph�ne 1892 710 ' 'Am. Income Tax Inspector 'Mr. Johnston, the Americai� consular A'gent,' Knnouncefi that the irnlted States income tax inspector will be in iJethbridge on Jlarch 27-28-20, headquarters American consulatiC to assist American citizens in the compiling of thelrilDlT income returns. All citizens oti'tho United States are subject to this tax it their net Income for the calenilnr year ending .Dec. Slst, 1017, equalled or exceeded''$l000.00' it they are unmarried, and $2000.00 It they are married, and must file returns. This la a legal obligation, say.s Mr. Johnston, and (V'patriotic duty at this timo. It �will Qipedlte matters if citizens com- a IF YOU NEED HAY CALL on ; F. O. HYDE & CO/ Phone 1Z44 i T. Drinkall & Sons, ,noxt to Herald office. Good work euarantned. S'J-IO Tho Niffsing Mission will hold a tea at the mission, -128 13th St. S. on Saturday, March 30th from 3 to 6 o'clock. Everyhtody welcome. A silver collection In aid of the mission fund will be taken lip. . "Tho Plea of thsHaatrons'' will be given nt the Buay Boo concert in tho Baptist church Friday* night at eight o'clock. Representatives ot seven different countries will take part, drees-ed in oriental costume. Public cordii?,-ly invited, Collection. ^yesley Ladles' Aid are holding,an Easter whitcv,'ear bazaar on Wednesday, March 27th, In Wesley hall. Sale ot aprons, children's dresses, liugeri^: etc. Open at 4 o'clock. Recipes of the war food served In tho tea room, wUr-be on sale.' 87-3 Sport Notes Alex McCarthy, formerly of tho Pirates, has signed to play with the Kansas City club ot the American association during tho J018 season. The Tigers and Reds are scheduled to play fourteen games this spring, the sorioH opening on April 1 at Waxa-hachio and c!o.sing on April 14 at Cln-cinnuti. ' All tho Clcvela'nd first-basemen haiv-ing gone into the army, Marty Kuv-anagh and Ivan Howard will fight tt out for the job. Kavanagh probably will bo Manager Fohl's final Helection for the post.  When IheXRed Sox play their first seriea with the world's champions at Chicago an "Bvers Day" will be celebrated. Johnny has always been a favorite of the fans there. George KaiBcrllnf, well known minor league pitcher, who died recently, once hung up a record of pitching 07 consecutK-e scoreless innings. CARD OF THANKS Mrs. T, Short, Jfrs., W. ^hort anfi family wish to express their thanks to; their many friends for tho synijjathy. shown them in their recent sad bo-^ reavement. , 87-1 NOTICt . The two plays which the Prothoon class ot'Wesley church aropresenting in Wesley hall on Monday, March 25, at 8.15, promise t'6,bo full ot amusing incidents as each tnember i� putting her best Into the part allotted to her. Be sure and come out as the girls have worked hard and the,,cntlre.proceeds' are to be turped over to tho Building Fund. Socur^ your seats early as there are no regerves. Adnlts 35 cents. Children 25 cents,- Twenty yeara ago Letlibrldgo was n very sniair place, so was R. A. Wright ft small man with a small stock. Twenty years W success has; raised hira frpm ,thV) .Bmallest jewelry atorc to tho largest In the city, I,eth-hridgp Is a large  cli// and R. A. Wrlglithas mado progress In all ways in keeiMng with the city. HIb stock. isi too iarfje with;thfs,extra slock pur-i chased In the' JUastorn market last' monUi that h^ wants to share It with -the pdople of Lethbrldge an on tho an- i nlveniaryot-his coming 20 years .igo, so if- holding a 15 day anniversary sale i stalling tomorrow,/As noted by the i:ortraitB on anothnr page Mr. Wrignt iius erown- with'tho li'ty. 83-1 BORN SII13PHBRP-To Mr; and Mrs. S. J. Shepherd on March 22, a daughter, � � � '. 87-lx Will tlie boy who took the "coaster wagon" from tho child, Friday afternoon, return tho samo to j. S. Kirkham, 316 13th,St. S., at once, and avoid further trouble. . 87-1 Paperhanging Kalsomining Decorating 611 8th Av�. So Phone 690 Office and'Typewriter Desks, Chairs, Filing Cabinets, (Agents foi^ 'Woodstock ^Typewriters, Dicfc'a Mimeograph, F. & E./Check;Writer,. Standard Envelope Sealer end Stamp Affixer, Burroughs' Adding V ' � Machine. '� ' 1' : / * � - .^v'^'-t'>*'!��'��'''� �'�^�'����3^'" '�'  -Stock Reglstors; Seals and Stock Certificates. A FULL LINSxOF OFFICE STATIONERY. E�ERALX.& FRANKS SInnott �lock, cor. 4th Ave. and 6th St Phono 1107 ;