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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PIANOS OF Qlk^TY Slclnway. Xordhoimer. Xovv Soflo Willi;-.'!'s. Unities Eros. We invito you To nur Show Room to Inspect them. ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. Phone 1545, 315 6th' Si. S.. Lethbridge. Alts. 4 1 RIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. m Easter Meats CHICKEN. LAMB. VEAL, No. " BEEF, OYSTERS. All the Very 3est we could secure. "��'J TONIGHTS SPECIALS nr NEW LAID EGGS* �(- , .......... fa DC Two dozen for ........................ u9C FRESH STRAWBERRIES. Per basket'.............. An pies, 5 lbs. for......... _25c Ginger Snaps, 2 lbs. for .......35c DELANYS MEAT CO. Fifth St. S. Opposite Dallas Phone 452 Hotel 11 HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 5 2 5 Shaving Suggestions for the Man Who Shaves Himself Safety Rs;crs. Blades. Shaving Lotions. Shaving Sticks, Reror Strops. LiL-c Vegetal. Shaving Powder, Shaving Cream. Brushes. Hones, Men's Talcum. Get the full enjoyment out of your shave by having these shaving comforts handy. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. C. \V. '.'.St' Winnipeg Winnipeg. Mar. live stock at. the I'nion Stock Yards this morning totalled 74 cattle and "54 hogs. Cattle prices quoted steady with trading quiet.- Hogs steady at -1 cents. Open Clo = e !>4U SI1" Sl'7s .. Vo .. ,"ft0 .. ,'.',Sl> i:si_ Prices No. :l C. W 00's No. Feed. S3's No. 4"C. W. 160 ........... llu !isr> No. c. \v. '-, *1 e Please Note Our Prescription Files are now dried out and arranged and available at are now JACKSON & CO.'S STORE For any who desire their prescriptions refilled. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO. CITY AflP DISTRICT For Belgian Relief W. A. Buchanan. M. P., Acknowledges the receipt of $:!.00 from "A Friend'' for the Belgian Relief Fund. Brind Practice The city band will practice tomorrow afternoon at 2.30 in the band room. In the evening they will play at the Veterans' parade. Forum Speaker - j A. E. Ounlop will be the speaker at I tho Forum on Sunday. His topic will | be "Self Determination." - The music I will Include selections by the Star- ! land orchestra under pie leadership of Mr. Bishop. Mr. Fleming will sing, j Casualties Dangerously wounded. Ptc Robert Anderson. Lethbridge. next of kin in ' Ireland. Wounded, Ptc. Chester Reish. | Lethbridge. next of kin in S.; i'te. ; Thos. Webber. Grassy Lake. ! I Livestock oil-Receipts Attended Sale John McD. Davidson returned this i morning from Calgary, where he at-; tended the stock show and bull sale. ' He states that the sale on the whole ' was very satisfactory. Mr. Davidson himself disposed of 22 Herefords of I his own breeding at excellent prices, j ot 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 Grocete let 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 pl*an in reduced prices. Come and try us and see for yourself. The E. J. Tickner Co. GROCETERIA 204 13TH STREET S. OPPOSITE ELLISON MILLS SSING ADVANCE N PALESTINE NOW London. March 30.-British mounted Iroops- have destroyed several miles of the track of the Hedjaz railway east of the River Jordan on the Palestine railway, it was officially announced today. The-. British forces in Palestine attacked west of the River Jordan on Thursday-ami advanced their line here two miles on an eight iuile front. FAMILY PORTRAITURE Make it an annual duty to yourselves to have your children's photo taken. You will be  creeling abiding pleasures for your later years. Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 Easter Confections Our Easter Chocolates arrived from Keilson's yesterday. Boxecl and in bulk. The varieties include : ! Cream Dipped Bra? i I a, NouQatines. '" Assorted r^ard Centres, Nuts and Hard Centres, 'Almond Tops, Orange Marmalade, Ginger Fruit, Pineappleines, Peanut Cluster, etc., etc. In Bulk, 60c per pound Boxes from fifty cents to five dollars. J. D. Higinbotham & Co --- Limited ----The Jfesf^ item Alberta's Pioneer -Druggists" Wholesale and Retail Chemist*. TELEPHONE No. 822 The Finishing Touch to a building is its cornice. Its 1 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 v.-e use in our work means that the cornice .-.ve put on a building will last as long if not longer than the building itself. The Dixon Sheet Met�l Co, REAR STAFFORD BLOCK \ LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA MAYF0RSALE CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY,' UPLAND. ALFALFA,  MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL ATTENTION ALL ORDERS. 1 TO PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE,OR WIRE US FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South Telephone 732 For Red Cross The Hqn. Treas. Red Cross Society acknowledges* with thanks a donation of $114.00 from the Red Cross Society. Burdett; ?4S,00. proceeds of dance and supper at Lind school per Mrs. R. \B. Smith: Milk River Wide Awake branch. Women's Institute, Milk River $25.00; C. J'V Kinchelol, donation, ?-5. _ Purchased Bull \ At the Calgary Bull sale on Thursday. K. W. Gardner & Co., of Lcth-l bridge, purchased the bull "Gainford J Nonpareil" to head their herd of purc-j bred Scotch Shorthorns. This bull ' was the winner of Ihe first prize in the three year old class at the show and one of his calves twelve months old fetched $555.00 at the sale. . Veterans Church Parade j The church parade, of the local vet- j erans will be held tomorrow evening; to St.- Mary's church, where Rev. Mr. Snow will deliver the address. The veterans*will assemble at the club rooms at G.:i0. The band will accompany them. This evening the veterans will meet, at the club rooms at 7.30 for the purpose of attending the address by :.Iiss MacAdams in Knox church. The monthly meeting of the veterans .will bo held tomorrow at 2.30 p.m. ANNOUNCEMENTS We are Selling Agents for the oline Universal Tractor aad can deliver a Tractor Today. duppiy 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, Egg3, Etc. The C. B. Bowman Agency office is now located in Room 216 Sherlock Bldg. 85-0 At Baptist Church All who can should hear the musical programme to be given Sunday evening in the Baptist church in the presentation of the life of slesus. The choicest selection has been made from the quartette arrangement of music appropriate to the Passion of our Lord.' The chant numbers include, "Abide With Me." Trotter; "The Lord's Prayer." Gregorian; "Why Weepest Thou," Gabriel. Among the other numbers of scriptural and rhyme form are the fine sellings of,. "Come TJnlo Me," Marshall, and "Hear Our Prayer," Hyde'r. Miss Hazel Keith will sing "The Children's Friend." ' Johnstone and Ritchie have moved their offices to Kirkhara Biock, over McKelvie and McGuire's store. 86-7 If your car needs painting, send It to G. T. Drinkall & Sons, next to Herald office.'Good work guaranteed. 83-10 The Next of Kin are holding an apron and pantry sale at the United Church hall on Saturday afternoon, at two o'clock, Afternoon tea will be served. Proceeds for funds. 90-2 "The Seven Last Words of Christ," a sacred cantata, will', he given by Knox church choir on Good Friday evening in Knox church, commencing at 8,30. Collection in aid of the choir fund. JUST RECEIVED Another shipment of Spring Wall Papers. These papers and the balance of our stock must be sold before APRIL 8TH. The chance of a lifetime. Room MouldinQs and Plate Rails, half price. Rflbertson's Book Store Present Stand 118 5th Street S. New Stand will be Lethbridge Hotel Block. The Henderson Four is in the same class as tiie $5,000 automobile, with more sport than any cm\ � The Ton-ill Floral .Co.'s store and greenhouse, coiner 4IU Ave.' and 11th St. will be open tomorrow. Pe6p!eare invited to call and see the Easter lilies. - � Rev. V. E. Thomas, B.A., D.D., of Edmonton will conduct special EaBter services in the United church tomorrow morning and eyening^ The choir will render special music. YOUR'E SAFE-AT s THE SANITARY SHOP. WESTBROOK BROS Opposite Bank of Montreal.^ FORCED TO KISS FLAG of between 500 "and '$00 "iSersohs late last night and early this morning visited 10 homes in this' city and forced between 25 and W-'^alleged pro-Oei-niavi to kiss ay> Am.erican.^fl^g and ifi'TJ "To UellWitU vie kaiser." WE HAVE AN EXCEPTIONALLY FINE DISPLAY OF EASTER MEATS Fitted and Bolted Plow Shares Following Makes and Sizes in Stock: Qual. 70 12 18 22 21 114 219 i116 50 40 29 03 12 3S 50 10 CANTON 14 Inch No. .. 42 .. 46 .. 04 .. 66 . .248 ./264 . .266 . .2fiS . .294 . .324 . ,32R . .334 . .336 ..340 .342 . .350 CASE ......ADL 12" � ADHL 14" ......ADL 16" ......ARB 14" ........AS 14" ......AS 18" ....... .EM 16" ......EMH 14" ......ADL 14" COCKSHUTT ........BS   .... GS ......H2 ......J2 ......JG12 1,3......JG12H 127......JG14H 132......JG 14" 20 47 14 75 16 15 40 , -10 50 116 10 8 118 169 -H S3 155 100 S00 1C0 33 21 .. ..JGS JGSH 14" .. ..L16 .. L16H ____ SP27 .. SP220 ____ SP90 .. SGSX DEERE Qual. No. 16..........31 35........33 170........40 28 ........ 232 10........233 262'........152 320 \.......157 130........162 150........164 300,........ 165 174........166 136........179 85 ........ 207 90........215 11........216 255 ........ 217 103........218 32 ........219 17........ DBF 38........DBG 147........P33H 20........PE12 17........PF14 8 . . .....PG1G 20........X13 11........X41 15........Y41 EMERSON 55......BS 14" 201........N12R 115........N14R 130......N16R 26......IM14R2 75........P12-2 87......P16-10 80........PI4-10 45 55 50 , . P14-4 . .P14-2 RN 14" MOLINE 140........44 88........45 110......CY12 132 .. ..' .. CY14 100......CY16 Prices on Above, 12 in. $3.35,14 in. $3.75,16|in. $4. for all exespiins Ccckshutt SP27xl4, SP22oxl4, Canton 340x14, 342x14 at $4.60 Consumers Hardware Co. GOOD FARMS for SMALL POCKETBOOKS The soil on these farms is equal to any in the country. They are within reasonable distance of transportation and money makers for rustlers. 3r$f\ ACRES in twp. 11, range IS, adjoining Mr. C. S. Noble. Partly broken and fenced and tlisr quality of tf'QQ AA the land is A 1. 53,000 cash......................... �j�UU n*)fh ACRES. 7 miles east of Lethbridge. Irrigated. 300 acres. Al-JicVfalfa and timothy. 20 acres stubble. All. fenced. �0*7 AA House, stable. $'1,000 cash, balance easy, per acre ... vO I  V" S. E. 12, T. 7, R. 10. $480.00 cash, balance half crop. *OC AA ^Per acre .*......................................