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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MU8ICI MU8IC! MUSIC! MU8ICI MUSIC! When ymi wont anything in Ihe Music Line. Conic to our Store and Select it from our Stock. We keep everything in .Music ami Musical Goods. AS8INIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. Phone 1545, 315 6th St. S., Lethbridne, Alto. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. Phone --The Home of- 452 Quality Meats Complete Lines in Fish and Meats for the Week End. DfcLANYS MEAT CO. Specials Tonight After Six . HEAD LETTUCE. i;o;ul shape, per bead ..... eases about tin ir. in excellent 25c 10c CAULIFLOWER. Fine solid heads per Hi.......................... APPLES. All sound repacked, f. II' for ............................ :::w: ioc ..... 25c Shaving Suggestions for the Man Who Shaves Himself Safety 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. re NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 5 2 5 STANLEY CUP SERIES TONIGHT Frank Patrick the western style speeds up the same as the players can take passes inside the restricted area and thus save the time necessary ;n briug the puck up. It is questionable how effective the Blue Shirts will be under this style, but they have been practicing faithfully and expect to make a good showing. Noble has recovered and will play centre for the Blues with Corbet; Denenny as rover. "Speed" Moynes will, be the seventh man on the ice for Vancouver. The game will be played ur.ier western rules and^the To-rontos are not overly confident of winning. Winnipeg. Mar. -Cash oats were in fair demand during the early session at Friday's spreads. letter spread- widened '.c on a number of grades and offerings were of a fair volume. ' S The 'injind for cash barlev light was with and Toronto. Mar. 2".-Vancouver coast ! hockey le�gue champions and Toron- ! tos. X. H. h. champions, will meet in 'n fine for hav-here tonight and the Pacific coast | inj? the -Kinlshed'-Mystery- In his pos- chanipions probably will be the favorites for the games a* it will be played under western rules which arc very strange to the easterners. In addition seven men will be on the ice. instead of six. According to President Close ITS session, Malcolm H. Dewar. of Vancouver, accepted an alternative sentence of ;;o days at the prison farm. This is the first imprisonment in the province for being in possesion of the forbidden book. EIGHT CARS ONLY FINE GREEN. IRRIGATED Timothy READY FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT FROM LETHBRIDGE. Farm Fro ducts Ltd. W. J. Lloyd, Mgr. 201 Sherlock Bldg., Phone 777 Easter Greetings Make your Easter Greeting a ,. persona! one. Your photograph will add individuality to your message of thought-fulness and good will. MAKE THE APPOINTMENT TODAY. Smith's Studio 'J06 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 IP LEASING ARTICULAR E0PLE With our telephone service. Wo must do business by phone on account of our location. The meats and service must be ceptional to build business tirely by phone. exes R, C0ULTRY The Alberta Meat Market - PHONE 492 The S. 0. E. Benefit Fund for Returned Soldiers Whist and good, and cash flax wa spreads unchanged. Oats closed l5ac lower for May C:''i.c lower for duly. , Barley dosed :(;c lower for May. Flax closed 5c lower for May and July. Winnipeg Market Oats- -- - Open May............ m\ duly............ Barlev- Mav ............ 170" Flax- Mav............ 394 July............^ 387 4 Cash Prices Oats-No. 2 C. V.'. H5TH No. 3 C. \V. 1H F.xtra No. 1 Feed .............. W No 1 Feed S9*s No. 2 Feed S4 Barley- No. ;�. C. \V. I St' No. 4 C. W. 175 Rejected and Fe->d .............150 Flax- No. 1 N. W. C................?S7 No. 2 C. W. SS2'� No. ;'. C. W. 1105 Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg. Mar. -Receipts at tiic ' Fnion stock yards today were 250 cat- ' tie and !�:;:; hogs. The hog market was quiet and cattle prices about , steady with Friday's quotations un- '. I changed. All grade* ot butcher stuff, I ; stockecf and feeders sold at a little I easier pries on Thursday and Friday, the packers only taking what they v.anted for their immediate wants. Hog prices remained steady all week at $24. Easter Egg Dyes Paas' Easter Egg Dyes , and Transfers TWO FOR ^ 15c J. D. Higiobotham k Co --- Limited --- The J&G^t'S*>~ ( Alberta's Pioneer Druaglttt* Wholesale and Retail Chemist*. TELEPHONE No. 322 CITY AND DISTRICT Band Meeting The Lethbridge band will hold nil important meeting in the city baud room at o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Hear the Fagans The New Zealand evangelist will begin special meetings at the Christian church Sunday. Aprii .14. Watch fur other announcements. ATTENTION 1 Soldiers Return Pte. M. J. Norman of the First. Contingent. Pte. Foggiu of Magrath. and Pte. Wilson of Monarch, arrived in the city this afternoon from Kngland. 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 Kootenay Central. The main line is completely blocked'for the time being. Removing Family Br J. Leruteux. former master mechanic of the C.P.U. Ijathbridge division and now master mechanic and trainmaster at Calgary, is in the city today moving his household effects to the northern city. , In spite of the fact that many lines of high grade tools have been hard to get this season we have an assortment to be proud of and in many cases at prices lower than they can be replaced at. See what we have to offer. Compare our prices. You will not be urged to buy. We want your business and sooner or later we will have it. Come and and get acquainted. Consumers Hardware Co. The Twentieth Century Book Store Will Be Held in the S. 0. E. HALL Under the Auspices of the Above Wednesday March 27 Admission 50c Mr. Needs Will Play AUTO NOTES Were Remanded The two Chinamen taken in tow on charges of perjury and fabrication arising put of the recent Chinese case in Supreme Court, were remanded in A.P.P. court yesterday until 10 o'clock. .March 26th. "Everybody's Book 8hop" "We Sell the Books Being Talked About" 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 61J Veterans Parade A meeting of Veterans will be heir? tomorrow to discuss the coming church parade. The veterans would welcome suggestions from any interested persons as to securing a hand. EMERGENCY EMERY (From Cur Own Correspondent) Bow Island. March 22-Next Wednesday evening, tlve Ignited Church. Lethbridge Avenue, -wilt-be- the scene of a very unique entertainment for the children of the Sunday school and their parents. At six-thirty p.m. supper will be served to every child in i attendance and at seven-thirty a most j credible program will- tie, presented. The fifty junior mcmbefc ef-dhe Sun- It is sometimes useful to know that: day school are befng mleq^ately pre the igniting composition of a box of safety matches may. in emergency, be used in place of emery paper. The substitute is not equal to the original, but in a pinch it will clean the ends of a set of plugs fairly acceptably. WITH CARE along by placing PUSH N'ever pusli a car the hands against a. panel or by hold ing the door handles. The latter may be lightly fastened to the body, and the ; amusement. pressure necessary to move the car fs j Mrs. DePew who has returned home more than they can stand. A car i after an illness necessitating her con-should be pushed by taking hold of , finement in the Medicine'liat hospital, pared by Mrs. J. M. Mjlro'y for the presentation of an interesting program of drills, songs, chorus and recitations and we feel assured this concert will surpass in quality any*previous endeavor of the children of the United Sunday school. It is the sincere wish of Rev. C. Bishop that members and adherents of the church will avail themselves of the opportunity of enjoying a program of truly wholesome ,the wheels or of the tires. O. K. SHOPS Tailors and Furriers Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing Shoes of Every Description Repaired Modern Machinery PHONE 733 817 THIRD AVENUE S. CAJ.L AND DELIVER OIL SCREENS j Where a mesh of fine screening is use\l in the lubricating system to separate foreign matter from the oil these screens should be frequently Inspect- . ed. Particles of metal or other sedi-1 ment collect here, and if the screens, are not cleansed at frequent Intervals ' this foreign matter may seriously ini-, pede the flow of lubricant, with- starv-1 ed bearings or a flooded crankcase as ' the direct result. ! spent Monday and Tuesday with Mrs. R. H. Robertson. Olquist street, before proceeding to her home in the Rosemount district. Mr. A. B. Morrlp of Lethbridge was a visitor in town on Friday. Mr. Richard Reid has returned to town after a prolonged visit with relatives in Ontario. Mr. and Mrs. Conquergood spent Monday in town. Dr. Munro has purchased the Mc-JCveen half section northeast of town. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Beattie, Broad- Our High Standing �7V in the tin and sheet metal line is due to the high quality of our work; the absolute satisfaction it gives; and the reasonable jyices ' we charge for it. You take no chances in entrusting us with your work OUT reputation for honesty, conscientiousness and eonipetence is your guarantee. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA way, gave a most delightful card party CALCIUM CHLORIDE ANTIFREEZE, and informal lunch in their cosy home The use of-calcium chloride as anti- j on Monday evening to a few friends, freezing solution has lost ground dur-, The guests departed at midnight with ing the last few years, from the grow-1 best recollections of their charming* ing belief that it is not altogether ! hostess' entertainment, good for the metal of the cooling sys-1 -Mr. F. .McCoy of Taber spent Wcd-tem and because of its tendency to j nesday in to'v.n. 9 obstruct the circulation of the water Home Flooded after evaporation has reduced the I During the recent nood Mrs. E. \V. liquid content of the solution., How-: Wilmot whose home was flooded, was ever, the growing cost of alcohol has the guest of Mrs. A. F. Werts, Olquist. caused some car owner-: to go back i .Street to calcium chloride. A good solution j Mr.-and Mrs. Darling. First avenue.-density is obtained by using five.! returned on .Monday ..after spending pounds of hydraterl calcium chloride to i the .week end in Maple Creek, one gallon of water. This solution will | Miss Wright of Wiimifred spent Sat-not freeze at any temperature this side I urd*ay in town. of zero. but. the user must be careful j '--_^:=r=^=__^ to keep replenishing tiie water to make _ up for losses by evaporation and to keep up an undiminished flow of licj* uid through the cooling system. Are In Calgary Leon Dunsworth and Alfred Kane both of the local "V basketball team, are in Calgary today to attend a meeting of the Alberta Amateur Athletic t_"nton's annual meeting for the purpose of securing amateur cards for all Southern Alberta baskethallers. pile their figures beforehand. List *o-tal sales made during 1917 of all farm produce and total expenses actually incurred and paid out in the operation of the farm during this year. Compute the cost of nil farm buildings with the exception of the dwelling house; cost of all farm machinery; cost of all farm work animals. ANNOUNCEMENTS The C. B. Bowman Agency office is now fbcated in Room '21 (i Sherlock Bids. sr.-o ( Johnstone and Ritchie have moved their office:', to Klrkhani Block, over McKelvie and Me.Guire's store. $6-7 Special Feautre Instead of a regular sermon at the i Christian church tomorrow evening, j adaptation of the sacred song "Teil the Old, Old Story,'' 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 received by his brother. H. llaight, of the l.H.C. staff here that his brother Capt. I.ockwood Halght, is a German prisoner. Capt. Haight enlisted with a Western Canada battalion, but secured a cjnunis-sion in the British Flying Corps and fought for several months in Mesopotamia He has been missing since Jlareh nth. Capt. llaight visited his brother in l.cthbi;idge before enlisting. If your car needs painting, send it to G. T. Drinkall & Sons, next to Herald office. Good work guaranteed. S'.l-K) The Nursing Mission will hold a tea at the mission, -128 l-"-th St. S. on Saturday, March 30th from to ti o'clock. Kveryhtody welcome. A silver collection in aid of the mission fund will be taken up. We are Selling Agents for the oline Universal Tractor and can deliver a Tractor Today. ^Superior Supply Co. Office Desks ROlL T0F DESKS TYPEWRITER DESKS And Office Supplies. Must Bo v Sold Before We Move. Robertson's BeokS^c Present Stand 113 5th Street S. New Stand will be Lethbridge Hotel Block. YOUR'E SAFE-AT THE SANITARY JSH0P. WESTBROOK BRO S Opposite Batik of Montreal Was Badly Burned Rev. ('has. K. Cragg. pastor of the Wesley church was rather badly burned about the face and hands this morning by an explosion which occurred when he went ^o light the gas in the furnuce this morning. Some gas had evidently accumulated in the furnace overnight, and the flare which resulted when lie applied the match, buimed liis face and hands rather seriously. Mr was to have preached in Calgary tomorrow, but was forced to cancel the engagement. Rev. Mr. Telfer of Car-mangay. will take the services here tomorrow. Mr. Cragg hopes to be about again in a few days. Am. Income Tax Inspector Mr. .Johnston, the American consular Agent, announces that the United States income tax inspector will be in Lethbridge on March 27-i'S-2y, headquarters American crinsuliitfC to assist American citizens in Hie compiling of [ I.heir II) 1 7 income returns. All citizen, of the Fnited States are subject, to this tax if their net income for the calf-mlnr year ending Dec. :; 1 st.. 1!>17, equallcii or exceeded'^null.on if they are unmarried, and ?2iMii).i�i if they are married, and must file returns. This is a legal obligation, says Mr. Johnston, and a 'patriotic duty at this time. It will expedite matters if citizens com- 1^ KNAPMAN PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. Phone 1892 710 Flfth^ Ave. S. IF YOU NEED hay r CALL ON F. O. HYDE & CO. Phone 1244 vLethbrJdf|B HAYF0R SALE CARLOADS OR LE88 TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALFALFA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS. FRO MPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE U3 FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South Telephone 732 "The Plea of the-Wairons'' will be given at, the Busy Bee concert, in the Baptist church Friday night at. eight o'clock, ltepresentutives of seven different countries will take part, dressed in oriental costume. Public cordia'.-ly invited. Collection. Sport Notes Alex McCarthy, formerly of the Pirates, lias signed to play with the Kansas City club of ilie American association during the J SI H season. The Tigers and Reds are scheduled to play fourteen games this spring, the series opening cm April 1 at Waxa-hachie anil closing on April 1-1 at Cincinnati. All the Cleveland first-basemen having gone into the army, Marty Kav-anagh and Ivan Howard will fight it out for the job. Kavanagh probably will bo Manager Fohl's final selection for the post. When Ihe Red Sox play their first series with the world's champions at Chicago an "Kvcrs Day" will be celebrated. Johnny has always been a favorite of the fans there. George Kniacrlinft well known minnr league pitcher, who died recently, once hung up a record of pitching 07 consecutive scoreless innings. CARD OF THANKS Wesley Ladies' Aid arc holding an Easier white.wear bazaar on Wednesday, March 27th, in Wesley hall. Sale of aprons, children's dresses, lingerie, etc. Open at -1 o'clock. Recipes of the war food served in the tea room, will be on sale. S7-o Mrs. T. Short, Mrs. W. Short and. family wish to express their thanks to their many friends for the sympathy shown them in their recent sad bereavement. 87-1 NOTICI The two plays which the Protheon class of Wesl93' church are presenting in Wesley hall on Monday, March 2,ri, at 8.1f>, promise to bo full of amusing incidents as each member is putting her best into the part allotted to her. Be sure and come out as the girls have worked hard and the entire proceeds are to be turned over to the Building Fund. Secure your seats early as there are no reserves. Adults 35 cents. Children 2.7 cents. Will the boy who took the "coaster wagon" from the child Friday afternoon, return the same to J. S. Kirk-ham, ,'IIC 1:1th _ St. S., at once, and avoid further trouble. S7-1 Twenty years ago Lelhbridge was a very small place, so was R. A. Wright a small man with a small stock. Twenty years "Of success has raised him from the smallest jewelry :;t.iin: to the lnrgest In the city, Letb-liridge Is a large city", and R. A. Wright has made progress in all ways in ketjiiug with the? city. His stock is too larf^e with this extra stock pur-t based in the Fiaslcrn market last month that h* -wants to share it with the people of Lethbridge an on the an niversary of "his coming 20 years ag >. so is holding a. 15 day anniversary salo siut;:ig tomorrow. / As noted by the portraits on another page Mr. Wrignt j has grown with I ho i.'ty. So- BORN SIIEPUKFtD--To Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Shepherd on March 22, a daughter. 87-1 x A. MEADS Pap,rh.,,^ Kalsomining Painting Decorating 611 8th Ave. So Phone 690 wm Office Equipment Office and Typewriter De3ks, Chairs, Filing Cabinets, >Ao.entE fort Woodstock Typewriters, Dick's Mimeograph, F. & E. Check Writer, Standard Envelope Sealer and Stamp Affixer, 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 ;