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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta page twelve Till*. LKTIinMDGK oaily iienalp SA'IIUDAY, M:\nr.ll MO.'tniH �* i K * \ ! OUT SHOOTING FOR TITLES. No 1. W. S. t:-.>.!'. o.s tho i'ounh day of tho parliamentary Lotlilirlilgo iind anyone who Iiuh any ' nrtk'lo tit gold or diver, no mutter how sn|�ll or how diuiuiged. would assist Hits' fltndli.v Rlvfug It. Mr. 10, A, F.wortlias kindly consented to receive nuytmng of tin- hind handed Id at hb!' our Innpli'oil iin>i Ktiinii'.ilKiiii'il liy (do prayiMii of tlm1"' ill linuio, v,o ooiiloinplulo tlm prosoui orinln Willi nilm and .iloailfiini hoart'i. Wit on tho call comoii 1 am o.nifi.ioiit Hint. itlcm of tho corpit ulil oiiiuitii'o id play ilii'lr pari, ami maintain ami oiiliaiu-o tliol,r proud rooord." Vancouver Is to huvo a munlclpnlly-owned fish market. wore iu the field in anti-title Msolu- mm ready , WO OK ho li: The : hi brio AT FOREMOST o o'.c, v ;! .'. v c ortutiiti cy .1-0 putting T:;o iiao w in ai'ou* e:ch' ':>' V ooi:ip!i::':oni::a o work i:>. oonr.-'r AVe are sor'-y Joath in Nobrask.t of wpt'k^of "oremof.. P>'a;Ii a ,-er;o:if operation v. with great lortinaio. -I a. roparatory to is lu-x'. wee!, i;..-o!t:.e k�h! iiorso aa.l .-:.'. a fanners c,!i caick to a:,'.; rd ed by >r of sehools, to a:teuJ the turned l'l-.-nu had a larso ; '1 oxtott.i to Mr. ... :hy in his s: i !e of friends hove. Walls our situeio oat sorrow. T E SrjRIXG COL'LKE tFr.-ni O'.ir Own Cor; rPVpndcntl Sprit'.K I'en'ioe. March -Tho evidences that spring is near are aluind- IN CHRIS PLANT Halifax. N.S.. Mar. .'lO.-Wm. Wanl _of tho relief ,,'onstriiotioii stuff, which had a workshop in tho haseinonl of tho King I'Mward hotel, was burned to 00. /1 Braids Best Coffee it tae - 1 P'.'' on T: ll'lU'O '. .lay sctiooi of the Iii-tr .-day nisitt. A t proitiani was Oiilir is ;o be a :'.'-' -'.to.-ess of his ion \s\\\\ 'i'.e affair.-to have :o report tlSf Jirs. R. Walls, followed after ie'a was borne The deceased a tit. rarir.e nuttins the outfits, so hitih when Sp.mud. tat start. Oi he: 's are in is ilia; hat 'HeJtfigliest ClasDalkm^Macfdne 6 , inHieWorli6 bu.-y all around ! lh ; touciies to their there will be' no ,e frost is out of the or two have made a will follow soon. Mr. .'iiid Mrs. Anderson -ami family, who Ni��cit tae winter in Ma.erath la en.'.bie the children to attend school TOjtuhir.'y. ore back to the farm. Mrs. I rocker a.'..! Mrs. Cu!p and chili'rcn have gone to the coast for a sh.'rt timr. They left on Wednesday ar.d will bo gone about a month. Mr. T. McCarthy, formerly of the Trad ins Company, is expected home this week with a view to moving^his hoiiehoM effects. Our Joss will be Canary s gain. T::e at'endance a; church service was r.ot so larg? as the previous Sundays, but the representation was good. The gubject for the dt\y was "The Christian's Business, was from Proverbs XI. :l\>. Next Sunday being" Kaster Sunday It is hoped that everybody will make an endeavor to be present. Appropriate music, will be rendered and the address will be iu kocaiug with the day. A platform has bren put In the ! i .'hur-h and whgn favored will enhance tite . interior of the church. The Ladies' Aid have taken charge of improvements. We have been advised that the data for the presentation of the play "The Klopemen: of EHon." has been set for Aprii 12. Furth-"r particulars win he given later. The various artists "are wot king hard to make tins -probably the last for the season- a conspicuous success. Airplane Factory Was Infested With Spies, Confesses Woman A romance of fifty years ago etil-niinated a few days ago at Sault Sto. Mario, when Joseph .'aiiQUotte and Charlotte liesiiillon were united in wedlock, the Rev. Arthur S. Cook officiating. Tiio groom, who is 71 years of age, and the bride, who is 72. were close friends iu their childhood days. with its exquisite -flavour - and aroma, is a drink of delight- "Morning, Noon and Night" In Sealed Tins. Ask your grocer. BRAID'S BEST TEA is the best tea IB Newark. X. J.-. March SO.-- Admis-1 sion that a group of Geiinan spies have been employed in tho plant of the : Curtiss Knghienrinjc Corporation at , Hempstead. X. V.. on Long Island, has ; I con obtained from Mrs. hydia Whi'o. ; a 'Woman- arrested today with bliu. j prints of airplanes in her possession, the police here announced. I The woman, who is -"> years old. | was turned over to the Federal authorities and held by a Caited States � Commissioner io, S1P.,1,I>|1 bonds, to-; gether with Frederick Arnoldf, a 1 boarder in her homo at Hempstead. ' Tho pair were arrested here after ! they hail been accused by Albert White, tho woman's husband. The police say a search of their room The text bore disclosed the blue prints. She . told her story of German spies in the Curtiss plant after being ttuestioned by Inspector Corbally who immediately notified the Federal authorities. ON HIS LAST CASE! i YOU know that ycu have the finest instruments that can be made when you buy the Sonora a _marvelous tone, beautiful appearance and matchless perfection of mechanical features. Hear the Sonora before vou decide on any phonograph. NOTICE $65, $1,10, $150, PRICES: $205, $240. $230, $350, $500, $1,500. I. MONTAGNES & COMPANY CANADIAN DISTRIBUTORS Third Floor, Ryrie Bldg.,"" TORONTO ASK YOUR DEALER TO SHOW YOU THE SONORA. IF HE HASN'T IT, WRITE US DIRECT. ;TO: I MAX ZAITZF.V. ! TAKP. XOTICS that the Molsons ' (Bank has commenced an action' against you for the recovery .of j ! ?2U00.00 a?Kl interest being thevswnount ; J due on account "of a certain Bill of Ex- i ! change made by you on the 14th day � | of February. directed to H. II. | I Skiar of Saskatoon n the Province of � Saskatchewan, directing the said H. j � M. Skiar to nay to tho order nf the Plaintiff at sight the sum of 52000.00; ' '� And aiso take notice that Writ of i  Attr-.chme-nt has been issued herein1 | .in'" "ted to the Sheriff of the Judicial i i District of Lethb'ddsre; ; ; And further take notice that you are j 'required to either file a statement of; ! Defence or Demand of Notice wi:h the ; i Clerk of the Supreme Court at Leth-', 'bridge. Alberta on or before the 14th , day of April. A. D. 18)18. otherwise I j judgment will be entered^ against you' ! for the amount so found due. ! - SHEPHERD, Dl'NLOP & RICE, j Lethbridee, Alberta. Solicitor's for the Plaintiff herein. I Ad il Magistrate Elton preside;! over his last esse in tho city police court this morning, and naturally h" was inclin-1 ed to be lenient. Stanley Robertson. ' aged 19. appeared before him on a! charge of stealing a revolver from the j ' second hand store of- Isaac Fruhter. j j Robertson admitted-tJie eliarge. He 1 said he had t;one in with another mar), j 'had seen the revolver there, it looked i good to hint and he jtist put it in his I pocket. He had no use for it he said, j so the magistrate suspended sentence ! for one year. Detective Wallis did a neat bit of work in picking up the culprit as Fruhter could give no description of him. After court Chief Hardy thanked Magistrate Elton for the excellent relations which had always obtained between the magistrate and tho police force. Mr. Eeiton reciprocated the compliment. .The successor to Mr. Elton in the position has not yet been named, but an announcement should be forthcoming Monday. PAPERS ADOPT CONFIDENT TONE H ere some fiich it 1 sup NEFIT UNDER AUSPICES KENTISH ASSOCIATION TO ASSIST A MAN-THE FATHER OF A LARGE FAMILY-WHO HAS BEEN ILL FOR THREE YEARS, AND WHO IS BEING SENT TO MAYO BROS. HOSPITAL AT ROCHESTER. THE DANCE ON MONDAY, APRIL 15th In the K. P. Hall is in Support of the movement. IF YOU DESIRE TO ASSIST IN A MORE SUBSTANTIAL WAY YOU WILL BRIGHTEN A HOME AND BRING CHEER TO SEVEN CHILDREN WHOSE FATHER AND BREAD WINNER HAS BEEN LAID ASIDE SO LONG. .' Tickets for the Dance........$1.00 Extra Ladies 50c INVITATIONS FROM MR. KNOWLDEN OR ANY LADY MEMBER OF THE KENTISH ASSOCIATION, ANY WHO DESIRE TO L*END SPECIAL ASSISTANCE IT WILL BE GRATEFULLY RECEIVED AND MAY EE CENT TO- MR. KNOWLDEN, THE NURSING MISSION, THE HERALD. London, March 30.-Although the London newspapers regard the situation on the western front as still scr-'� ious there is noticeably a tone of ; greater confidence in their discussion of the battle now in its tenth day. The Daily Mail devotes particular attention � to the fighting in the direction of � Amiens, which it regards as the most , important. The Daily Mail says: ] "Until Mon.t Didier is recovered and | the Germans are beaten back from re-1 cent positions east of Amiens the sit-: uation must remain serious. French ! reserves continuously are arriving nnd 1 entering the battle, but as yet the Ger-' man advance cannot be said to have ! been stopped." / ; Tho Daily Graphic believes that to-; day's news is distinctly encouraging, � while the Daily Telegraph says: j "The week ends fairly well. It has ; been the most anxious time for the allies since the opening days of the war. but the enemy has been slowed up and avery day that, passes strengthens our ! , confidence the more." J GOLD AND SILVER TRINKET FUND During the early days of the war, the women of England organized the I "Silver Thimble Fund" and. later, in the United States, a similaP society was started called the "Treasure and Trinket Fund." The-- success of these two .societies has been so.great that the Claresholm Chapter, I. O. D. E., has organized the.."Gold and Silver Trinket Fund of Alberta" in aid of the war veterans of the province, the idea being to colloid, broken or discarded pieces of jewelry and anything of silver or gold to be converted into ] money. 2 : The Sir Alexander Gait Chapter I. /1 O.D.E. has liyc-m MlM**1, to collect in New April Numbers of Rigoletto's send that won Stracciari fame The climax of Stracciari's triumphant debuts in both New York and Chicago was his dramatic singing of Cortigiani vi/ razza dan-tiatu. And this is the song lie has now recorded as liis Columbia masterpiece. A \tonderful record, reproducing the world-famous baritone's art at its best. 49192-$!.SO I Oscar Seagfle sings "The Beautiful Isle of Somewhere It has been well said of Oscar Searie that he always "sings from the heart." And never has lie proved it better than in thie beautiful and sympathetic recording of McKinley's favorite hymn. On the back, "Ten Thousand Times Ten Thousand." A2487-$1.0O Casals' exquisite 'cello record of "Spring Song" Acknowledged by musical critics as the creates? living 'cellist, Casals has won even wider popularity through 'the radiant beauty of his Columbia Records. His interpretation of Mendelssohn's "Spring Song" is an amaz~ ing revelation of the 'cello's musical possibilities. A6020-51.50 Tbm.DickflaiTy and Jack; hurry back!" A corking patiidtic song hit that will surely appeal to " the girls they left behind them." Coupled, appropriately enough, with another lively, timely popular air, "I'll Come Back to You When It's All; Over." Both sung; by Arthur Fields, the soldier baritone. A2496-85c Many Other Sparkling Numbers Th�e arc only a few winners from the wonderful, complete April list of Columbia Records including 61 different selections. Beautiful Easier music, opera songs, orchestral Humbert, monologue*, patriotic �irs, �ong liils, children's records, and dunce music. Iir sure to get the full list from the neirest Columbia dealer. Send some record* to your soldier. Therein! Columbia Griifciuola in his V. M. C. A. or Kniulits of Columbus hut. " �u rnn tin IEE KENNY & ALL1N CO., LIMITED Next to Dallas Hotel Phone 1487 The Drug-Book Stora, 25 ;