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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PAQK EifeffT Tim uttitiMiiiKiit twu.Y' * 1"" i- J' 1 minimi 'J H'l .'-U W�� I JSUHWIH" A. 18 CHOICE - Sgba* Easter Groceries Attractively Priced for the Thrifty Housewife Shopping Early will insure an early delivery Bananas, extra fancy, per lb.............. 10c Orange*, large navals, dozen ............... 75e Grape Fruit...................... 12!'ic and 15c Rhubarb. 2 lbs. for ........................ 35c - Fancy Louisiana Strawberries, box ... >.............. 30c Celery, nicely bleached, lb................. 15c Cucumbers, extra fancy, each......30c-and 35c Cauliflower, white Read*, per lb. ........... 12c Tomatoes, Florida, per lb. ,........w........ 35c Spanish Onions, per lb......................10c Head Lettuce, each...............12!/xc and 15c Leaf Lettuce, fresh cut daily, per lb. ...... 40c fApples, choice stock, Arkansas I and Wjnesaps ........ .-$2.85J Lemons, Sunkist, dozen .................... 50c Potatoes, B. C. white, 100 lbs.............$2.45 Carrots, Turnips, 7 lbs. for..................25c Green Onion*, 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 Mushroom*, per tin .,......................65c Papershell Peca* Nuts, pkg. box........... 90s Welsh Rarebit, per tin ..................... 30e Table Raisins, per lb...................... 20c Olives in bulk, large queen, per pint........ 30; Tea. Braids Best, per lb.................... 60c Tea, Lipton'e, per lb....................... 70c Coffee, 3 fbs. for......................... $1.00 Cocoa, Bensdorp, \'2 lb. tins................ 60c Fruit Cake, per lb.......................... 45e Olive Oil. La Perla. large tin...............$2-00 Mixed Nuts, per lb.........................t 30c ' Raspberries, Goodwlllies in a'��............ Peaches. No. 1 tins, each................    23c Pears. No. 1 tins, each......................2Sc Apricots. Rosedale 8rand. 2 for............... 45e 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 lb.......45c Hams. Swifts Premium, boned and sliced, lb. 55c Boiled Hams, per lb............. .......... 60c Veal Loaf, per lb............................35c Back Bacon, per lb....... .................. 60c Pineapples, No. 2 tins, each'.................30c t Peas, extra sifted. No. 2 tins, each...........30e Raisins, Sun Maid Seeded, 2 pkgs.,......... 35c Raisins, Sun Maid Seedless, 2 pkgs..........35c ' 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 McLaren's Imperial Cheese..........35c and 65c Oleomargarine, per lb..................... 40c Ripe.Olives, per tin ........................ 30a Coffee, Barrington Hall, soluble, made in the cup, per tin ..................*......75c Marmalade, Wethey's in glass.........25c ?utoh Tea Rusks, per pkg................... 23c Crabapple Jelly........................... 25c Herrings in tomato sauce, each ......a. 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 Donalco Tea, 2% 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 lb. \................. 30c Phones 1453 and 1365 Family Grocers & Go. Fifth Street South KIRKBY & CO. WE ARE MAKING SPECIAL HOT CROSS BUNS We Can Take Orders Friday Morning PLEASE GIVE YOUR ORDER EARLY STORE OPEN ON FRIDAY KIRKBY & CO. 606 3rd Avenue '^^ ^ Phone 1627 SAYS SPIES IK THE AIRPLANE PUNTS That is Char** �r U, & &m�tor --Head* of Department Art Summoned ,,,.,, ,,, it*** .lift ** *� N�*H*t 9**-** tt*to��l> | Ik* 4Mf**i Washington, March 2d-Char, ges, that Gsrman spies w�r� re-sponsible for this countries failure to keep up in it* airplane programme wars made in the ten* ate today by Senator Overman, Democrat from Norjh Carolina. He �tto charged that there were spies.In the Curtis* plant. SUMMON HEADS Washington, March 2�--Stirred by charges In the senate of delays in the aircraft programme the senate military committee this afternoon summoned Major General Squler and Colonel Deeds of the Signal Corps, in charge of aircraft production, and 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 That tfie whole motive for the shooting in the Barowski case nt Tuber yesterday morning was over the possession of the woman. Annlo Lenz. was indicated In the official report re-cfiivod at A. P. P. headquarters from Const. Arnold in charge of the detachment at Taber. Const. Arnold arrived in the city laBt night with Steve Arent, wlio is under.- arrest on a charge o� attempted, murder, and delivered his jjrisorieTr at tUe provincial .'ail to await his preliminary hearing at Taber on April 4th. at 10 o'clock. While here he filed his report of the case. .. ; It appears that the woman. "Annie Lenz, had lived with Barowaki for over fonr years, and that when she left him and went"'t6JArent's-farm to keep house for Arent,' the man was enraged. The nightbefore last about midnight he went to*^rent's houBe, and froiu that time tili seven o'clock ia the,morning lie prowled about the house.-rattling the doorstand 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 Barowski. but from.a distance he shot at them, 'the hullot passing between them and burying itself in the wall of the house. vThey hurried to cover and Arent picked up a small 22 rifle, firing back. - He said in -a statement after his arrest thnt he did not wait to see what effect his bullet had had. When. Const. Arnold, Chief Faulds and Dr. Hammon of Taber arrived on the scene, they found Barowski lying where he had fallem in a seml-consejous state. The bullet had not yet been removed last night and there was very little hope for Barow-ski's recovery. Should he die, Arent will be charged with, murder. He indicated in his statement to the police that self-defense would be his plea. DEVELOPMENT OF 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 en- j couraging news is that anfjther artcs-1 ian 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 'Gabem \ 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 gallons per day of splendid sweet water. This well was. bored by a diamond drill Buch as Is used for coal prospect-fng, and the water wke found at a depth of about 650 feet. /This drill makes a much smaller bole than the ordinary pounding drill,' but, the cost is only about half ot the pounding method, ht is understood/that the Qa-hern well has cost lesg/than ?2500. The artesian area mapped out by Mr. Dowllng covers nearly BOO square miles. It extends from .the Belly River in the north, and runs eastwards from Barnwell, 25 milos from Lothbridgo to Bow Island; coming southward, it covers Jne territory to the north of the Leth bridge-Wey|urn line from north of Wrentham" lying .southwards again from; there, and ex-Rending eastwards nearly id Manyber-rios, There is another Irregular patch extending westwards from Pakowki Lake, and it is in this nreath^t the Gahern woll has been struck. Tho-well in the Mzikom Coulee, and the one at Foremost are in this artesian a,resL as well as those a,t Tabor. . : "�< The Dominion government last summer struck water In a well north of/ Skiff, the exact location being between secstlons 11 and 12, township 8, range 13, ,W. 4th jAerldtan; ^and the government hasltnother well toi course of drilling at a point AVVUt 10 miles south e'ast of Bow IsMtadr'^' < President iMarnochi5�J tb'e^Board of Trade points out Viat^thf towns ,in this large- artesian aroa-Ure now fairly assured that if they .desire; they can souuro water nt a reasonable depth Spring Shoes Note the Two Shoes \ ^Described Below THESE ARE THE LAST WORD Style 182, Maple Grey Kid Welt Bal., with half Louis heel with Aluminum plate welt sole. Natural leather finish. Price................... $15.00 This is the latest shade" of grey and has all tho stylo 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 This Is the latest shade of brown and makes a dressy slioe. We have other styles in grey, brown, white and black which will give you a wonderful range to select from. Look them over. x W. J. NELSON & CO., Sherlock BIk. 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. CLUETTSHIRTS.....$1.25up 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. Stetfon, Mallory, Borsaliho., Prices $3.75 to $6.00. ". SILK SHIRTS in plain colors and fancy stripes. $4.50 to $8.00. NECKWEAR that's classy and differ-ent Hundreds of the newest patterns to choose from/35c to-$2.00. . ���V '-.:vv-:,. � � �_ ; Correct Styles iii 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 L M's McGuire The Largest Distributors of Men's Wear in Southern Alberta. Kirkham Block N Lethbridge ;