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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MUSIC!" MUSIC) MUSIC! MUSIC! MUSIC! When you want anything In the Music Un�\ Come to our Store and Select It from our Stock. Wo keep everything In Music aM �. . Musics* Goods. ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. Phone 1548, 31S 6th St. Lethbrtdga, A!tc. EASTER MEATS Chicken. Lamb, Veal, No. 1 Beef, Oysters x All the Very Best we could secure DELANYS MEAT CO. CUROPRAN PLAN MRALS PROM (.00 A.M. TO 140 P.M. Spedalstor^hursday& Saturday this Week Friday being Good Friday this Store will be Closed OUR STORE OPEN TOMORROW nVgHT UNTIL NINE O'CLOCK. NO ORDERS ACCEPTED FOR dc LIVERING THE SAME OAV AFTER FIVE P.M.� ORDER EARLY, WE WILL DO THE REST. /APPLE'S. Jutt about 25 boxes of our re-packed' stock left. While they last, per case ... S1.95 NAVAL ORANGES. The last of thl� season, par dozen................. 60c, 70c and 80c FRESH STRAWBERRIES. A shipment to arrive tomorrow morning and one on Saturday. Lowest market price. FRESH RHUBARB, per lb. FIFTH'ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 Shaving Suggestions for the Man Who Shaves Himself Safety Razors; Blades, Shaving Lotions, Shaving Sticks, Rezor Strops. Lilac Vegetal, Shaving Powder, Shaving Cream. Brushes, Hone's, Men's Talcum. Get the full enjoyment out of your shave by Unvina these shaving comforts handy. THE KENNY & ALUN CO., Ltd re NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHON! 1487 _____._.............\.....20c FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT 12M>c and 15c BANANAS, choice stock, ner lb............. 10e FRESH CELERY, 2 lbs. for............... 2Sc FRESH CAULIFLOWER, Head Lettuce, Oroen Onions, Cucumbers, Spinach, etc. Market prices. POTATOES. Extra quallty.;-Dry and mealy, per cwt. ......................... $8.40 B. C. ONIONS, 7 lbs. for................... 25c CARROTS. 7 lbs. for....................... 25e PARSNIPS. 6 lbs. for...................... 25c TURNIPS. 12Jbs, for....................... 25c CABBAGE, per lb............ ............... 5c BEETS, 6 lbs. for......'....................25c PRESERVED FIGS. To a Garden Brand, something tasty, per bottle......................... 45c SWIFTS* PREMIUM BACON, sliced, per lb. OOe SWIFTS' PREMIUM BACON, In the piece ... 55o SWIFTS'. PEAMEALEO BACKS, sliced, per lb. 60c SWIFTS' PEAMEALED BACKS, In the piece 55o SWIFTS' PREMIUM HAMS, boned, sliced, lb. 65o SWIFTS' PREMIUM HAMS, whole or half hams, psr lb. ____:...........................44o STRICTLY NEW LAID EGGS, lowest market price. . COLD BOILED HAM. sliced, per lb..........60e COLD ROAST PORK, sliced, per lb..........60o COLD OX TONGUE* sliced, per lb..........70e LIBBY'8 MINCE MEAT, In Jars, each ...... 50c MINCE MEAT, In bulk, 2 lbs. for...........3Bc WETHEY'S MINCE MEAT, In packets. 2 for 35c PRUNES, Griffin's extra large-In tins, containing 1?4 lbs. fruit, per tin".....................40c pLIVES, minced, with pimentos, fine for sand- ' vflchei, per: bdttle ........................ 35c RIPE OLIVE8. In tins, each.........15c and 35o PIMENTO STUFFED OLIVES, per bottle 25c-50c LIBBY'S QUEEN OLIVES, large Jars, each.. 50c GINGER SNAPS, 2 lbs. for................. 35o HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 5 25 J1 war food served in the tea room, will be on sale. "'' 87-3 NOTHING CAN TAKE Zurich. Switzerland, Mar. 27.-The-Munich Neueste Xacbrichten of Usl Sunday, commenting on the offensive on Che western battle-front, says: "The first violent blow Irf a vast and decisive battle has been' struck ; against our bitterest and most dan; serous foe on French soil. England* has suffered a defeat, the magnitude of which cannot be disregarded. "The English have defended them-'selves with all the stnbborness of their race, but up to the present they have been unable to'bring the fight to a standstill? A great victory has been achieved but much greater things are impending. We must not forget that we are experiencing only the be-are firmly assured that Ao~power 6n ginning of a- decisive battle. But we1 earth can snatch victory from us." ANNOUNCEMENTS . The C. B. Bowman Agency office is now located in Room 216 Sherlock BId�"- ' S5-0 Johnstone and Ritchie have moved their offices-to Kirkbam Block, over McKelvle and McGuire's store. 86-7 If your car needs painting, send it to G. T. Drlnkall & Sons, next to Herald office.- Good -work guaranteed. 83-10 The Next of Kin are holding an I Apron and pantry Sale at the United i Church hall on Saturday afternoon, i at two o'clock. Afternoon tea will be served. Proceeds for funds. 90-2 "The Seven Last Words o' Christ," a sacred cantata, will be given by Knox church choir on Good Friday evening in Knox church, commencing at 8.30, Collection in aid of the choir fund. . The Henderson Four is in the same class as the S5.000 automobile, with more sport than any-car. , ITALIAN FRONT Rome. March 26.- town. It Bhows bow skilful is our work in sheet metals. And our skill in erecting combined with the heavy grade metals we use in .our work means that the cornice we put .on a building will last as .long if not longer than tho building Itself. \ ' Sheet Metal Co. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Waterton Lakes is just around Uie block if you ride the Henderson Four. HAY TOR SALE CARLOADS OR LESS, , TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ^ALFALFA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ' "ALFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS. PROMPT SHIPMENT' WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICE8. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 "2nd Avenue South - -- Telephone 732 an , We arc Selling Agents for the M Potatoes, Hay, Eia^t,.. Etc,. ., FISH We regret to announce to the many whose orders we have taken for^ Gold Fish for the Easter Trade, that our shipment arrived today with "fevery, fish dea tr CITY AND DISTRICT . * ... Hon. Cushing a Visitor Hon. W. II. Cushing is a visitor' in the city today on business. .To Remain Open The barbers of the city w^lll remain open on Thursday ovening until nine n'qlock. Services for "Easter Sunday Rev. D. E. Thomas, B. A. IJ. D.. of the Alberta collegp, Edmonton, wilK conduct services on Easter Sunday, morning and evening, In-the United. Church. Traffic By-law Copies of City Bylaw Xo. 319 to regulate street -traffic in Lethbrldge can be obtained from the secretary of the Auto Club at the Board of Trade building. Auto Guides . Members of tho Auto Club can re-ceivo copies of the Alberta Auto Road i Guide for 1917-191S from the secretary i at the board of trade building at r. ' charge of fifty cents. K. of P, Tonight The regular meeting of Lethbridge Lodge No. 2 K. of P. will be held tonight at S p.m. Tho rank of Esquire will be conferred.. Members requested to ba> present. Visitors welcome. New Postmaster for Magrath Lieut. Robert G. Swift. M.C., has been appointed postmaster at Mngratli and will move there- shortly. Mrs. Swift and family arrived a few days ago from England. One of tho children is now in. the hospital. ----- "Casualties C. F%- Dunlop of Coleman, appears in the casualties today as having died In service. His death was announced some days ago. ' Pte. Cecil Bird, taken on.the strength at Lothbrldgo has been killed in action. His next of kin lives in England. Music Students' Recital Mr. H. McG. Young is holding three recitaiB for hiB pupils this coming week. Tht! recital on Wednesday evening, April 3, at S.30 in the Y. M. C. A. auditorium will be to the public. Any one who wishes may attend free of any charge. For Red Cross ' The Hon. Treas. Red Cross Soc iety, acknowledges with .thanks contributions to.the Red Cross Fund as follows: Proceeds of dance and supper at Lind School, per Mrs. R. B Smith, Milk River; Iron Springs U, F.. A. per Mr. G. F. Hobbs, secretary, $198.50. The people of Tyrrells Lake and neighborhood per Mrs. Lewis Peterson, $200.80. Mr. Carpenter ' In spite of the fact that many lines of high gradu ; 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 1 haVe to offer. Compare'our prices. You will not bd*3 urged to buy. We want your busy ess and sooner or Ilater we will have it. Come and and get acquainted. Consumers Hardware Co. stating that he was going on to Victoria boforo ? coming to Lethbridgo. Copt. Skelton was formerly chief of police hero and his position is being kept open tor him. Whether ho is homo for good is not known. The captain was with , tho intelligence corps in Belgium before returning. The New Zealand Evangelist  The Fngans will conduct a series of evangelistic meetings in the Christian church beginning Sunday, April 14th. Rev. M.- Howard -Pagan was born-ln New '/enland where ho lived until }r-W�)�w" /'q�a ACRES. Fine- level land. Absolutely no stono. Halt mile .to 'u6V Skiff Station. This land it small Improvements were made, worth $40.00 acre. Cash $^600.00, balance 5 years at ^OC An 7 per cent-Exclusive listing. ...,......^............... 9a�}*Uv $25.00 $15.00 per, South Bast Section 12; twp. 7: range ID, 4 miles Stirling, if480 cash, balance half crop.......... Section. J j twp.-3; range 14. $2.00 acre cosh, balance half" crop. East Half ?2, twp. 3; *arige 15; No reasonable offer refused on orop payment; 7, 100 Improved Farms Stock Ranches & Leases v Raw Land, Crop Payment J. HARRIS & CO. ESTABLISHED 10 YEARS NEAR HUDSON'8 BAY STORE I Office Equipment Office rsnATypewrlter yVobdstockWypewrlte tandard .Enyslops Sealer er Desks, vChalrs, Filing Cabinets, Agents fas), rs, Dlck'a Mlmsoaraph; F. .* E. Cheek Writer, Sealer and Stamp.^AffIxer,' Burroughs' Addlna . Maohine-' � ', iteek Registers, Seals and Stock Certificates. *'A PULL L^NE OF~ bFF.ICe'iTATIOINERY.r EVER ALL & FRANKS Slnnott Bjook.eor. 4th Ave, and Bth St. Phono 1107 ;