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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE FJC.HT Tilt: 1 ' "^mUtHU- IH'tA tlftl 'It! - �rf*W�-'n�'i-!Tqf;ri'-^.lf�',-'TMI|y'rr^'.-j lilt RHltU MVUf'H CHOICE Easter Groceries Attractively Priced for the Thrifty Hbusewife VSAYS SPIES IN THE AIRPLANE PLANTS; Shopping Early will insure an early delivery Bananas, extra fancy, per ib................ 10c Oranges, large navals. dozen ............... '5c Grape Fruit...................... and 15c Rhubarb. 2 lbs. for ....................... 35c Celery, nicely bleached. Ib................. "=c Cucumbers, extra fancy, each ...... 30c a_nd 35c Cauliflower, white heads, per Ib............ "2; Tomatoes. Florida, per Ib. ........v........ 35c Spanish Onions, per Ib...................... 10c Head Lettuce, each ............... 121 2c and 15c Leaf Lettuce, fresh cut daily, per Ib....... 40c Apples, choice stock, Arkansas and Winesaps . .......$2.85 Lemons, Sunkist. dozen .................... 50c Potatoes. B. C. white. 100 lbs.............. $2.45 Carrots, Turnips. 7 Ib*. for..................25c Green Onions, 3 bunches .................... 25c Radishes. 3 bunches ........................ 25c Goods lor delivery on Saturday must be placed before 5 p.m. No delivery after supper. Olive Butter ....................... 25c and 40c Capers, per box ........................... 25c Mushrooms, per tin ........................ 65c Papershell PecaA Nuts, pkg. box ........... 90; Welsh Rarebit, per tin ..................... 30c Table Raisins, per Ib...................... 20c Olives in bulk, large queen, per pint........ 30? Tea. Braids Best, per Ib.................... 60c Tea. Lipton's, per Ib....................... 70c Coffee, 3 lbs. for ......................... $1.00 Cocoa. Bensdorp. 1 2 |D- tins ................ 60c Fruit Cake, per Ib.......................... 45c Olive Oil. La Perla. large tin ...............$--00 Mixed Nuts, per Ib........................i * f Raspberries. Coodwillies in glass............4oc Peaches. No. 1 tins, each  ................. 23c Pears, No. 1 tins, each..................2'f� Apricots. Rosedale Brand. 2 for..............45c Honey. Pure Extracted......... 35c. 40c and $1.00 "Honey-in Comb, each ....................... Pickles in bulk, per pint.................... 30c Fancy Biscuits................. 35c. 45c and 60c. Bacon. Swifts Premium, per lb.............'53c Bacon. Swifts Premium, machine sliced .....60c \Hams, Swifts Premium, whole, per Ib....... 45c Hnrns, Swifts Premium, boned and sliced. Ib. 55c Boiled Hams, per Ib........................ 60c Veal Loaf, per Ib............................35c Back Bacon, per Ib......................... 60c Pineapples. No. 2 tins, each................. 30c , Peas, extra sifted. No. 2 tins, each ...........30c Raisins, Sun Maid Seeded. 2 pkrjs, ......... 35c Raisins. Sun Maid Seedless, 2 pkgs.......35c f Dates. Royal Excelsior, pkg...............'. 15c Custard Powder. Monk & Glass ............ 45c Royal Crown Cleanser, 3 tins for........... 25c Royal Electric Soap Chips, pkg............. 30: Ammonia Powder, 2 pkgs.................. 25c McLeren's Imperial Cheese..........35c and 65c Oleomargarine, per Ib..................... 40c Ripe Olives, per tin ........................ 30c Coffee. Barrington Hall, soluble, made in the cup. per tin....................... ......... 75c Marmalade. Wethey's in glass .............. 25c Dutoh Tea Rusks, per pkg................... 20c Crabapple Jelly ........................... 25c Herrings in tomato sauce, each ......... 25c Trout, per tin .............................. 23c Shrimp, wet and dry. 2 tins for.............45c Oysters ........................... 20c and 30c Tomato Soup, Snider's large tins, each ...... 20c Lobsters ........................... 20c and 35c Donslco Tea, 212 lb. package on sale this week at................................... $1.10 Cream of Wheat, per pkg.................. 25c Roman Meal, per pkg....................... 35c Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour................ 20c Shredded Wheat Biscuits ................... 15c Asparagus Tips ............................ 35c Fresh Eggs, lowest market prices. Prunes, extra size, per Ib. ................. 30c Geo. Kerr & Co. Phones 1453 and 1365 Family Grocers Fifth Street South KIRKBY & CO. WE ARE MAKING SPECIAL HOT CROSS BUNS For GOOD FRIDA Y We Can Take Orders Friday Morning PLEASE GIVE YOUR ORDER EARLY STORE OPEN ON FRIDAY KIRKBY 606 3rd Avenue CO, Phone 1627 That is rturx* *>f I . S, Senator -H�r��tU of IVpstrttiten't A10 Sumitit>!tr�l V. A*n;nQt.v|. Mj'C - -C'ljr. tr>j{ v>�?m*n si-' fi w*r* r�- jpo>'�.'Pl? f^r thu f*.i. u'T kc-p up -tl .1'.*^!*"* .:'� t> Senate Overman. Democrat from Noct-> Carolina. He f,Ho charged that fict were sp es :n the C�rt-s* s:.'.i"t. SUMMON HEADS Washington, Martn 28.-Stir. | red by charges in tf>c senate of I delavs in the aircraft programme tie senate military committee th s afternoon summoned Major General Squier and Co'cnel Deeds of the Signal Corps, m charge of aircraft production, nrd Howard Coffin, chairman of the aircraft ; board, to appear immediately. DETAILS OF THE TABER^AFFRAY Whole Trouble Was Over a Woman-Victim May Not Recover Thai the whole motive for the shoot- j in;: in the Harowski < ase at Tabr�r i yesterday moniins was ov.-i- [lie pos- ! session of the woman, Annie. Lenz. ' was indicated in the oi:".. report re- L ceived at A. P. P. headcr.iarters from (.''His:. Arnold in charge of rile detach- I inert at Tabor. Const. Arnold arriv- 1 od in the city last night with Steve  Aresit. who i.s under arrest on a i course of attempted murder, and dr- j livered his prisoner at the provincial! inii to await his prolim.ir.ary hearing ar Taher on April 4th. a; in o'clock. While here he filed his .euort of the case. It appear? that the woman. Annie Lenz. had lived with Bcrowski for over four years, and that when she let: him ami went to Arent's farm to keep house tor Arent, the man was enraged. The night before last about midniftht he went to Arent's house, and from that time til", seven o'clock in the morning he prowled about the house.� rattlinR the doors and windows and threatening to shoot the inmates if he got inside. At seven in the morning Arent and the Lenz woman went to the door together to remonstrate with Rarowski, but from a (lis- . tance he shot at them, the bullet pass- :; ing between them and burying itself in the wall of the house.�� They hurried ' to cover and Arent picked up a small  22 rifle, filing hack. He said in a ' statemenr after his arrest that he did , not wait to see what effect his bullet : had had. When. Const. Arnold. Chief ', Fauids and Dr. Hammon of Taher ar- ; rived on the scene, they found Bar- ! owski Jying where he had fallen, in a semi-conscious state. The bullet had j not yet been removed lost night and  there was very little hope for Darow- ! ski's recovery. Should he die. Arent j will be charged with murder. lie in-dicated in his statement to the police ' that self-defense would be his plea, j 9 The development of new sources of well water supply in their district is being followed with great interest by many thriving towns along the Leth-bridge-Weyburn line. The latest encouraging news is that another artesian well has been developed in Mr. D.: i B. Dowling's artesian area; the well drilled by the Dominion government on the road allowance near Gahern post office, on the road allowance , north of section 19, township 9, range 10, W. 4th meridian, is flowing at the . astonishing rate of over 30,000 gal- j Ions per day of splendid sweet water, j This well was bored by a diamond � drill such as is used lor coal prospect-1 fng, and the water was found at a i depth of about 050 feet. This drill I makes a much smaller hole than the ; ordinary pounding drill, but the cost j is only about half of the pounding j method, 'it is understood that the Ga- i hern well has cost less than ?2500. The artesian ar*a mapped out by Mr. Dowllng covers nearly 500 square miles. It extends from the Belly River in the north, and runs eastwards from Barnwell, 25 miles from Lethbridge to Bow Island; coining southward, it covers the territory to lho north of the Lethbridge-Wcyburn line from north of Wrentham,' lying southwards again from there, and extending eastwards nearly td Manyber-ries. There i.s another irregular patch extending westwards from Pakowki Lake, and it is in this area that the Gahern well has been struck. The well in the Ktzikom Coulee, and the one at Foremost are in this artesian area, as well as those at Tabor. The Dominion government last summer struck water in a well north ut Skiff, the exact location being between sections II. and 12, township S, range 13, W. 4th ^meridian; and the government hasTtnother well in course of drilling at a point about 10 miles south east of Bow Island: President Marnoch of the Board o� Trade points out that the towns in this large artesian area are now fairly assured that if they desire, they can secure water at a reasonable deoth N  .! ... h "'.if'.'!! � Spring Shoes Note the Two Shoes iDescribfid Below THESE ARE THE LAST WORD Style 182, Maple Grey Kid Welt BaL, with hall Louis heel with Aluminum plate welt sole. Natural leather finish. Price...................$15.00 This is the latest shade of (trey and has all the style any person could desire. Style 8169, Brown Kid Welt BaL, with white welt half Louis heel. Perforated edging and upper full back strap. Latest vamps. Price..........$13.00 Til is i- the latest shade of blown and liuikcs a dressy shoe. We have other styles in grey, brown, white and black which will give you a wonderful range to select from. Look them over. W. J. NELSON & CO., Sherlock Blk. Corner 3rd Ave. and 7th St. S. Sherlock Building Even though you pass our elegant Fit-Reform and Society Brand Suits and Spring .Overcoats at $16.50 to $35.00. Garments that would dress you so handsomely for Easter you'll -certainly need something new in furnishings. Exclusive Styles From the makers who make the best. CLUETT SHIRTS........$1.25 up DR. JAEGERS SHIRTS . $7.00 up DR. JAEGERS UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY. HOLEPROOF HOSIERY in cotton, lisle and silk. All colors. Prices $2.50 and up the half dozen. New Spring Shapes in HATS are here. Stetson, Mailory, Borsalino. Prices $3.75 to $6.00. SILK SHIRTS in plain colors and fancy stripes. $4.50 to $8.00. NECKWEAR that's classy and different. Hundreds of the newest patterns to choose from, 35c to-$2.00. Correct Styles in Spring Shoes the Geo. A. Slater Shoes, $9.50 up. Regal Shoes........... . $6.50 up Make Your Selection Here and You Will be Rightly Dressed for Easter McKelvie The M' s McGuire The Largest Distributors of Men's Wear in Southern Alberta. Kirkham Block Lethbridge ;