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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MUSIC! MUSIC! MUSIC: MUSIC! MUSIC! When you want �nvihin>: in ;he Mu^n- t.-'.v Come to our Store and Sol.h'i {:mi;i �:;r Slock. Wo keep ovtryihini; in M.t-tc . Music*. Goods ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. L"D. Phone 1545. 315 6fi St. S.. Lethfc-c-s. A't.i LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR BUHOCfAN PLAN MR At!* IHOM 0 00 AM TO 9 00 P.M. noes* EASTER MEATS I Chicken, Lamb, Veal, No. 1 Beef, Oysters x All the Very Best we could secure Specials tor Thursday & Saturday this Week Friday being Good Friday this Store wilt be Closed CUR STORE OPEN TOMORROW NIGHT UNTIL NINE O'CLOCK. NO ORDERS ACCEPTED FOR DELIVERING THE SAME DAY AFTER FIVE P.M. - ORDER EARLV, WE WILL DO THE REST. DELANYS MEAT CO. FIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL " ' FHCNE 452 APPLES. Just .lb*.:: -5 boxe.-. of our re-packed sleek left. While ;hoy last, oor case ... $1.95 NWAL ORANGES. The last of this season, per cVren................60c. 70; and SOc FRESH STRAWBERRIES. A shipment to arrive ,or�orrow looming and cue on Saturday. Lowest market price. FRE'SH RHUQARO. per lb...........\..... 20c FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT .... ---- l^.-ca.-id 15c BANANAS, choice stock. n?r lb............. 'Oc FRESH CELERY. 2 lbs. for ............... 25c FRESH CAULIFLOWER. Herd LetU'CS, Green Onions. Cucumbers. Spinach, etc. Market prices. POTATOES. Extra quality. Dry and mealy, per cwt..................................... $2.40 B. C. ONIONS, ? lbs. for ................... 25c CARROTS. 7 lbs. for ....................... 25c FARSNIPS. 6 lbs. for ..................... 25c TURNIPS. 12 lbs. for .......................25c CABBAGE, per lb............................ 5c BEETS. S lbs. for...... ....................25c PRESERVED FIGS. Tea Garden Brand, something tasty, per bottle .......................... 45c 60 c 60c SWIFTS' PREMIUM BACON, sliced, per lb. COc SWIFTS' PREMIUM BACON, in tlit- plrcn . 55c S W1FT3*. PEA MEALED BACKS, sllcr.i. per lb. 60c SWIKT5' PEAMEALED BACKS, in the piece 55c SWIFTS' PREMIUM HAMS, boned, sliced, lb. 6l�c SWIFTS' PREMIUM HAMS, whole or half hams, per lb.................................. 44c STRICTLY NEW LAID EGGS, lowest market price. COLD BOILED HAM. sliced, per lb...... COLD ROAST PORK, sflicrd. per lb...... COLD OX TONGUE sliced, per lb.......... 70c LIBBY'S MINCE MEAT, in jars, each ...... 50c MINCE MEAT, in bulk. 2 lbs. for........... 35c WETHEV'S MINCE MEAT, in packets. 2 for 35c PRUNES, Griffin's extra large in tins, containing 1?4 lbs. fruit, per tin ..................... 40c OLIVES, minced with pimentos, fine for sandwiches, per bottle ........................ 35c RIPE OLIVES, in tins, each ......... 15c and 35c PIMENTO STUFFED OLIVES, per bottle 25c50c LIBBY'S QUEEN OLIVES, large jars, each.. SOc GINGER SNAPS, 2 lbs. for ................. 35c Shaving Suggestions for the Man Who Shaves Himself Safety Razors. Blades. Shaving Lotions. Shaving Sticks. Reior Strops. Lilac Vegetal. Shaving Powder, Shaving Cream. Brushes,, Men's Talcum. Get the full enjoyment out of your shave by living these shaving comforts handy. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL o+t6&*r St or p. PHONJ 1437 HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO PHONE 5 2 3 ATTENTION Mr. Carpenter In spite of the fact that many lines of high grado , tools have been hard (o get this season \vc have an assortment to be proud of and in many cases at prices lower than they can be replaced at. Sec what we have to offer. Compare our prices. You will not bo urged to buy. We want your bus^css and sooner or later we will have it. Come and and get acquainted. Consumers Hardware Co. I war food served in the tea room, will be on sale. S7-3 The Henderson Four is in the same class as the Sa.000 automobile, with more sport than any oar. Zurich. Switzerland. Mar. 27.-The Munich Neueste Xachrichten of las! Sunday, commenting on the offensive on the western battle-front, says: "The first violent blow irf a vast and decisive battle has been struck ;.gainst our bitterest and most dangerous foe on French soil. England' has suffered a defeat, the magnitude of which cannot be disregarded. "The English have defended tkem-Velves with all the stubborness 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 no power on pinning of a decisive battle. But we earth can snatch victory from U3." ANNOUNCEMENTS The C. B. Bowman Agency office is now located in Room 216 Sh�r'ock BUS- ss-O Johnstone and Ritchie have moved their offices to Kirkham Block, over McKelvie and McGuire's store. S6-7 ITALIAN FRONT �Rome. March 2S.-r-"0ur advanced posts in the Arsa Valley repulsed enemy detachments by rifle fire." says today's official communication. "Patrol encounters occurred aioug the Piave and east of Montello. "On the remainder of the front there were desultory artillery actions, which were more intense at the intervals in the coastal regions." If your car needs painting, send it to G. T. Lrinkall & Sons, next to Herald office. Good work guaranteed. S3-10 f The Next of Kin are holding an '^prcn and pantry sale at the Unite;! ! Church hall on Saturday afternoon, i at wo o'clock. Afternoon tea will be ; served. Proceeds for funds. 90-2 j "The Seven Last "Words o* Christ." ! a sacred cantata, will be given by ' Knox church choir on Good Friday 1 evening in Knox church, commencing at S.30. Collection in aid of the choir fund. Wesley Ladles' Aid are holding an Easter whitewear bazaar on "Wednesday, March 27th, in Wesley ha!i. Sale of aprons, children'.? dresses, lingerie, etc. Open at 4 o'clock. Recipes of the WINNIPEG MARKET Oats- Open ' Mav............ ii-tU jJulv............ I'l^s t Barley- Mav............ 16G I Flax- . : .Mav............ 394 July............ :)S4i>. CASH PRICES Oats-No. 2 c.w.. .S3-\L No. c.w.. t Extra 1 Feed ...........: Ciose 94?, Si's lllS 306Vi o'94'.i Groceteria TO THE HOUSEWIFE- You can spend less than you are spending on Groceries by dealing at our Groceteria. We eliminate all the non-essentials and give you the benefit of our Cash and Carry plan in reduced prices. Come and try us and see for yourself. The E. J. Tickner Co. GROCETERIA 204 13TH STREET S. OPPOSITE ELLISON MILLS i 1 Feed . I Barley-| A'o 3 . . I Rejected I Flax-No. 1 N.W.C . .S9'i .ICS .145 2 Feed No. 4 . Feed .. 91% . .90% . .81% .160 Please Note Our Prescription Files are now dried out and arranged and are now available at JACKSON & CO.'S STORE For .any who desire their prescriptions refilled. i THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO. > CITY AND DISTRICT I Hon. Cushing a Visitor : Hon. W. It. Cushing is a visitor In the city today on business. | To Remain Open ! The barbers of the city will remain ' open on Thursday evening until nine o'clock. Services for "Easter Sunday Rev. I). K. Thomas. B. A. I!. D.. of the Alberta college. Edmonton, will conduct services on Easter Sunday, morning and evening, in the United, Church. Traffic By-law Copies of City Bylaw No. 319 to regulate street traffic in Lethbridge can be obtained from the secretary of the Auto Club at the Board of Trade building. slating that he was going on to Victoria before coming to Lethbridge. Capt. Skeltou was formerly chief of police here and his position is being kept open for him. Whether lie is home for good is not. known. The captain was with the intelligence corps in Belgium before returning. The New Zealand Evangelist The Pagans will conduct a series of j evangelistic meetings in the Christian ' church beginning Sunday, April 14th Rev. M. Howard Pagan was born -in New Zen land where he lived until young manhood aud having decided early in life to g)ve his whole service, to the Master, he began his preparatory education In his home hind, completing his higher education lit the United States, where lie graduated from the Eugene Bible University with high honors. Mr. Pagan pro nents the gospel straight from tho shoulder in a convincing manner. He doe's not believe. In tearing down oilier churches lu order to build up his own. To hour Mm once is to hear him again-then , Keep coming. Mrs. Pugiiii 1ms a. rich contralto voice and comes highly recommended. She was Ihe. soloist for a. well known evangelist of the northwest. Rev. A. L. ('rim, for many years and with lior sweet voice has turned many a poor traveller from the pj.-th of uncertainly to tho path thai lead.) to eternal life. BORN N'EILSON-To Mr. and JIr�.SJ. C. NeilHon, 130 liitli St. X., March 25th. a son. ;�0-l A Joy torovcr? (What is?) Why tho Henderson Pour. Auto Guides I Members of the Auto Club can re-1 ceivo copies of the Alberta Auto Road ; Guide for 1917-191S from the secretary; at the board of trade building at �>� \ charge of fifty cents. ! The Twentieth Century Book Store ''Everybody's Book Shop" K. of P. Tonight The regular meeting of Lethbridge Lodge No. 2 K. of P. will be held tonight at S p.m. The rank of Esquire will he conferred. Members requested to h� present. Visitors welcome. 'We Sell the Books Being Talked About' 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 No. 2 C.W.. .3S9i,b ..........394 No. 3 C.W.. .371% � WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK ; Winnipeg. Mar_ch 27.:-Receipts at [ the Union stockyards toda"V were 500 ': cattle and 1730 hogs. The cattle trad-: ing was dull and hogs stronger at : ^20.25. j Quotations: Butcher steers, $9.00 to ' 512.00: heifors. �7.75 to $10.50; caws, ' $5.23 to S9.75; bulls. -$6.00 to $8*50; i oxen. J5.50 to $9.00; stoekers and feeders, ST.75 to $10.25; veal calves, $8.50 to $16.50; choice Iambs, $19.50 to ; 20.00. Hog^: selects. .$20.25; heavies. $17.00 1 to ?1S.00; sows. $15.50 to $17.00; light. : $16.50 to $1S.00. The Finishing Touch to a building 13 it's cornice. Its character gives tone to the entire structure. Our cornice work can be seen on some of the finest buildings in town. It shows how skilful Is our work in sheet metals. And our skill in erecting combined with the heavy grade metals wc use in our work means that the cornice .we put �u a building will last as long if not longer than the building itself, v The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. IS EAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA Waterton Lakes is just around the block if you ride the Henderson Four. HAY "� SALE j CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND. ALFALFA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS. FROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South Telephone 732 GOLD 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 ''every fish dead. We do not. think it possible to secure more until cool weather again sets in. Should we have any sent, we will advise those whose orders are on file. Fish Food, Fish Plant and several styles of Aquaria have arrived. J. D. fiiginbothan & Co - Limited _ Alberta's Pioneer Druggist*" Wholesale and Retail Chemist*. TELEPHONE No. 322 New Postmaster for Magrath Lieut. Robert C. Swift. M.C.. has been appointed postmaster a: Magrath and will move there shortly. Mrs. j Swift and family arrived a few days ago from England. One of tho children is now in the hosnital. Casualties C. F. Bunlop of Coleman, appears in the casualties today as having died | in service. His death was announced | some days ago. Pte. Cecil Bird, tak-I en on the strength at Lethbridge < has been killed in action. His next of kin lives in England. Music Students' Recital Mr. H. McG. Young is holding three recitals for his pupils thi3 coming week. The 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 or dance and supper at Lind School, per Mrs. It. B Smith, Milk River; I-on Springs U. F. A. per Mr. G. P. Hobbs. secretary. $16S.50. The people of Tyrrells Lakh and neighborhood per Mrs. Lewis Peterson, $200.80. i! We are Selling Agents for the ^ Moline Universal Tractor and can deliver a Tractor Today. Superior Supply Co. Seed and. Table POTATOES For sale in car lots; also TIMOTHY AND PRAIRIE HAY Write for prices KENNETH R. SIMPSON & CO. CALGARY, ALTA. Dealers in Potatoes, Hay, Egg), Etc. CARD OF THANKS Mrs. James M. Peters and family wish to thank the many friends for the sympathy shown in our late bereavement. At the same time would like to express our thanks and gratitude for the flowers sent.-Mrs. James M. Peters, Kenex. Alta. Feature for Easier A very unique presentation of the life of Jesus will be given In the Baptist church next Sunday evening, and which will be very beautifully and effectively illustrated. Several new musical numbers of the choicest and most appropriate sort, have been added, especially relative to the Passion of our Lord. The pastor of the church will fonduet the service and the musical programme will be given by the church quartette. Capt. Skclton Coming Home Captain John Hkelton of the Lethbridge Highlanders arrived in C31-gary^today in charge of a large number of returned soldiers. . He telephoned Mayor Haidie. of his arrival YOUR'E SAFE-AT THE SANITARY SHOP. WESTBROOK BRO S Opposito Bank of Montreal  LAST   CALL  Our Clearance Sale of Wall Papers; Room Mouldings, and Plate Rails will soon be over. Others have taken advantage of this saving. If'It interests you don't delay. Robertson's Book Store Present Stand 118 6th Street S. New Stand will be Lethbridge Hotel Block. WE HAVE AN EXCEPTIONALLY FINE DISPLAY OF EASTER MEATS R. COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 492 To the FARMER to the SPECULATOR To the INVESTOR ATTENTION! It Is a. wise man who knows a good thing. The wisfl man knows that productive land at the following price* cannot help but make money. < ACRES. Good- heavy loam. All tillable. 300 acres specially fino. Watered by creek. School on land. Good road (tjl Q AA to town. One-fifth cash, balance easy............... ijllJiuU nnA ACRES. Level. All lillable."400 acres broken, fenced. Two and Ou'j a half miles town Coutts line. Cash $1500., <�^C AA balance half crop................................ ... �p�d*UU /�y|A ACRES, 2^ miles Wilson Siding. 150 acres summer fallow-U~zUe.d. 50 acres fall plowed. -1 room house, stable 20 head. Other buildings. Well, fenced and cross fenced. For a few days *Of" /�A cash $5,000, balance half crop. _______................S~wu�vU QOA ACRES. Fine- level land. Absolutely no stone. Halt mile to OLi" Skiff Station. Thit; land if small improvements were made �worth $40.00 acre. Cash $^600.00, balance 5 years at