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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PIANOS OF QUALITY Stei;iway, .Nonllieinier, New Sia!o Willinnis, Haln�8 Bros. We Invito you to (uis-.Show i?oom to inspect ilion;. ASSIWIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. Phone 154l>, 313 6th St. S., Lethbridfli. Alta, HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM^OO A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. IT HAS ARRIVED Tho fniiions HARRIS' HAIR TONIC iir.A Dandniff furo. \V,o wiili tho iiinkers staiul iK'liiiui ami !-'iUirauti;c lliis iii-opr.iMiion u:^ :i DANDRUFF CURE. did ii'!ioro. It is not I'orrosivo iind does not oorrodt- tlio s!i,'i!;.rd sirnslunoes ?uoh iis uioials. It is not oil^' or ana .v. il! not stnia. Price $1.00, at The Frank Hedley Drug Co. 1 SELECT YOUR SEEDS NOW Ycu will sooi) need to plant theni- We have a good assoitment of Cavden Seeds/ in bulk, also all kinds in packages, including all the best packs. Our Seed Potatoes are going out fast, some are almost cleared out but we still have some of the iollovvinu: Ainerican Wonder, Green Mo^jntain, Gold Coin and Early Ohio. Order now. tif We take orders jor all kinds of field seeds at Catalogue prices. Send us vour seed ottlei-s and set satisfaction. HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 52S NOW I^S THE TIME TO BUILD UP NEW TISSUE WITH "K. & A/' PAUTABLE COD LIVER OIL EXTRACT start talrinjj tiiis body builder now and in a short Ume your lioalth will be benefited to an extent tliat will surprise you. Don't think that it is difficult to take K. & A. PALATABLE COD LIVER OIL ' EXTRACT, for the nauseating lasle sb conimon in Cod Liver Oil hus  been elim.inated in this preparation. Got a large dollar bottle and siaft buildingr up .vour sy.steiii. ' THE KENNY & ALLI|V CO., Ltd. Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 mMim Tar- iieiv ai;;-;inson!e!it under tlio factory ac; v.horoby the stores of th? city will olo?o on Wednesilay afternoon, kooping open until !>::',!! on i^aturdr.y night, will comnienoe tliis week on U'^dno.sday, May 1st. when the fir.^t half holiday will take place. Stores 'will be opsn only till one o'ciocic 0!i Wednesday afternoon. Kariuer.s especially are asked to bear tij.s in mind, so that they will uot make useless trips to the city. The stores will be closed on-Wednesday afternoons for at least five months. flllNSltATE PEAGE TREATY Guns Fire on Riiss. Warships-. Allies Appealed To In Siberia �Washington. April sliore batten"e.=: in (�omniand of German officer.s. opened fire on 145 Russian sliips which left Helsingfors for Kronstad!. the state department was informed today in diplomatic despatches. This was held to be a violation of the Brest-LitoTsk treaty, which stipulated that the vessels should move unmolested. Hun Ambassador Pe;rograc�. April 29.- General Count Von Mirbach. the nev.iy ap-]iointed Gorman ambassador to Russia, presented his credentials to the Bolsheviki government at Moscow ^o-(l.'iV "Simultauedualy the German government Issued an angry denial of the recent Russian accusations that Germany had broken the Brest-Litovsk peace agreement by the continued advance of German troops into the Crimea. It is declared liere that the Rus- sians will sink the Black Sea fleet to I prevent the warships failing into the j hands of the Germans. Already a i large proportion of the Russian crew ' have fied. Situation in Siberia Harbin. April 21.-The political situation in Siberia has been complicated during the last week by claims for rorogiiition by the allies n;a-!e by rival Ru.'^sian factions, each to the exclusion of the-other. The departure for Peking of Lieut. General Harvath. mili-lary commander here, has caused alarm in the Siberian government, representative and socialist groups who fear that he intends to ask 'for allied assistance in support of a dictatorship. At least two factions have- asked allieci representatives to notify their governments that the establishment j of a dictatorship will be deeply resent-1 c-a in Siberia. The apparent reluct-1 ance of the allied governments to in-! tervene against the Bolsheviki bas. j nevertheless, caused .several factions i to feel that tlie only hope of securing; allied support lies in their coalition ! into a siugle political organization j �-ithout party lines and devoted to re- '� storing order in Siberia under a Ue- ' publican, form of government and re-! establishing ""R'.'.ssia-in the, war. or at! least over-throwing German influence in Siberia. _�- WINNIPEG MARKET Oats- Open May............ July............ ST'i Farbiy- .-^lav............... Fla.x- Mav ............ ."SS Jiily............ "SS CASH PRICES Oats- Xo. 2 C.W...S6-,'4 No. Extra 1 Feed........ Xo. 1 Feed.......... Barley- Xo. .3 C,W,. .1.^0 Rejected..... Flax- X'o. 1 X.W.C................ Xo. -J C.\V...:;74li Xo. ?. C.W,.. Close 1511,1 i .�!7S o7>J c.\\:..t?Ai. ......s:i'i; ......SO'i Announcement of Business Change As tho destruction nf tho - Acadia Block by firo forced us to seek new quarters, wo purchased tlio drug l)ii,-;inoss of Jackson & Co., in tlio Sherlock Building, and wo take this ot>' portunity to advise our customers of tl(is change and to thank you for your continued i)atron-agc (Jurlng the past years and W solicit a continuance of tho same in our new store. We trust Uic many friends and "customers of Jacksor. & Co., will continue to patronize (his store. All ijrcsoripUoti.s on file with the Jackson & Co,, will still be available at any time. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. SHERLOCj, t). F. A. Sunday will this year bo obsorvod on SuiuJay, May .'>6tb. Everything in Hardware needed at Jhis season, not lorgetting Paints, Stains, aad Varnishes. Garbage Cans. $2.00, $2.25, $3.75, $4.25, $5,00, $7.50. Consumers' Hardware Company PHONE 1212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Xo. 4 C.W.. .145 .!lii)'o FOREIGN Tokio. Tuesday. MINISTER April 23.-Baron Shimpei Goto v.-as today instailect as foreign minister in succession to Baron Jlotouo who resigned; The Twentieth Century Book Store "Everybody's Book Shop" "We SeU the Books Being Talked About" THE BEST Meats ARE AS NEAR AS YOUR TELEPHONE. r:coultry Trie Alberta Meat Market PHONE 492 FAIR MOTORISTS Tannecl, -1101, burning skin from wfnc! and suii, is quickly ; relieved and comforted by'an application of ^ CREME VELVA A sample fof the asking or writing. 25c and 50c J. D. Higiflbolham & Co '�' ' Limited � � "Alberta's Pioneer DruB9ltt�" Wholesale end Retail Chemists TELEPHONE No. 322 Children's Parade In connection with the Child Welfare Convonti;>n a parade of school children will be hold on AVoducsduy aflernooii fvoui tl\o Central school at 3.I.S. Owners of autos will find lists at garages and service stations. Please sign these and he on hat;'! on Wednc;. day to carry the children iu the pur-ado. Every car is needed. Dropped Dead in Mine John JSil-yiidvi. a minor iu tho Union Collieries at Diamond City, was found dead in tho mine cii Saturday night after tho shift wu;; up. This morning jin inquest was held by Coroner 'Humphries, and a verdict of accidental death was brought in. It is tboiight the deceased man was overcome from heart failure. Tho body was brought to 3tcKay and McKay's parlors and the-funeral hold from there tti'is afternoon at four o'clock. City Sa^s Fare>vell lo Kistoric Force-No Civic Kccog-. nilion Vstoran's Cor,o;rto Arrar.gouients liavc bocn m.ulo by the Votorans lo hold concortt; on May fith and 12th. at tho l''uprosi-. and T^Iii- ^ je.sttc thoatroH j-ospcctivo)y. O'Hara who has boon interestiMl in tho Great War ^'otovan's Association .ill over Canatla also doing her bit for the boys here. Miss Q'Hara will give ;i concert next Suiidoj' al th.e i'j/i.'pres.-; theatre, assisted bv tho local branch of '.he G. W. V. A. and friends. .This concert is a prelude to tlio one a'froady mentioned to take placo o.n ibo fol-lov.-ing Sunday, 12th inst., at the Majestic theatre. The doors .will not i open until S.';5 p.m. ANNOUNCEMENTS Gardens ploughed. McLoan Transfer Co. Phono ]0!>7. - 115-0 A box social and dance will.Jjo held in Evans' Hall, Hardiovllle, on Wednesday, .May l:it. Dancing from 8 to' 12 p.m. Admission for ItuVles und gentleman, ?. luncii basket; geatlemen only, TjO cent.s. Good music provided. Proceeds in aid of Red Cross.- lu spite of the ab.-^^nco of anythini; in the way of a civic poiid-off there waH a largo crowd at the- depot today to'bid farewell lo'the men of the Mounted Police of '"K" divi,s:on who loft at 2:-10 for Hegina, and the troop of the faniciis force wlio liavc tnado Lollibrldgo division 'bi'adfiuirtevs I'or vv, long wero^glven ruu.-inK chiTvs a^ ti;o train ptiJlyd out of the si.alion. GpecisI Cr.r. Iti addition to tiie twenty luon !ro:ii I.othbridgo thsre wero about as many more froiu Maclead..,as well a.l a large iuiitiber of recruit.'? ivho are going down to Kegina for'training. .\ special car was attached to the trtiin for their accommodaMon and this w filled to overflowing. A.larg? nf old-timers w^;rc on the jilatform and wore busy shaking hands with the i)oys iu scarlet who seemed to bo in the happiest spirits over tlie opportunity of seeing active service with their j'-al.-f. Tho platform was brightened u)) making tho depiirture of the troops from, tho otiior 'sen'd-ciffs v.'bJich liavo made history in Lothbrldge since the bogiiiuing of,"the war. , Before leaving the barracks tho boy.-, of tha divislDn who left today were 1 given a dinner by t-heir com-rade.-i. Aftor^yards tiiey lined up and i vicre ndtirossod by the.O. C, Supt. Pcnuofathov wlio wished thein all tho host of !ucj;'iiii(l .siiid lie know-tl'.oy wui'ld live,up to tho tra'ditions of the famous body of which tliey form a part. A.nother Civic "Boner." Tiioro was a lot of criticism on tlie jiart of a-numb'.'r of citizens at the do-))ot lo say so'Od-.bye to the-Ijoys ovei-tlio failure of the civic authorities to. arrange anyiliing iii tlie nature 'of .i. civic farewell. At Calgary and Mac-leod civic farewells were tendered and <,'ven at Blalrmore, where only three men were"iitationed, thsy wero given a rousing tiffioial send-off. ('ommi:-.-iionor Grace was present wlion i!io train jitiilod out butTi-Bither of the other cemmissionors waiS on hand. TRANSPORTS COLLIDED b;.- the presence of the scarlet tunics, ^Va.-ihinglon, Ajiril 2n.~Two American inni;:port.s which wore iu collision ;it sea several day.^, tcgo have roturn-rfumher! ed safely to an Atlantic port, tho navy dopartmont niincjunced today. Tho two vosael:-; wer.T in a convoy and were running without lights when tho ac-cidonl occurred. Xcither was serious ly damaged, but both were ordered to return to port for repairs. No lives arc reported lost". 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 We Lay Tin Roofs ^ for people who realize that a good job costs a little more than a skimped one; but that the small difference in first-cost is (juickly made up in the .savings in after-expense, A roofs greatest enemies are the elements. A poor Job may fool you, but it can't deceive the snow, rain and scorching .sun. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. ' REAR STAFFORD SLOCK_LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Will .sell complete or separately 51 h.p. Daniel's Gas Engine; Westiiighouso Generator and Switch Board, practically as good as new, suitable for manu-facturin,g purposes or an electric light plant. WINNIPEG PAINT & GLASS CO. WINNIPEG. PUNCTURELESS AUTO TUBE SOMETHING NEW No bloivoats. No cuts. No slow leaks. No punctures. This great invention seen at K. of P. Building Fifth Street S. IM-C London. Ajiril i^S.-Tiie ^'oilowing are gazetted as ceasing to command battalions: Lieur.-Colonol.s A. K. Ings,,11. Barre, B. -M. Green, T. l'. Rowland, M. E. Cutcliffe and D.M. Sutherland. Lieut. A. St. James is dismls-SGd from the service, Li�tit. .], V. While, central :^ntario, is gfl/':etted flying obseiver. Liouts. .\'. Stewart and H. S. Tawso, Royal lOngiiieer.-i, formerly of the Canadian JCngineers are today posted woimded. Captain Harry Roberts,, Royal Ar-tillerj', formerly of Kingston, Ontario, i;i Wi^indcd, NEED MEN FOR B.C. HARVEST. arlow's ARKET PHONE 796 1110 SIXTH AVE. 3. 1920 Aicres Lease, 10 years to ros?. Weil grassed, 7 miles good fence, plenty water. Has carried 200 head cattle,and horses. Renta! $51.20 per year. No taxes. � Fpr quick sale We are Selling Agents for the Moline Universal Tr^actor and can deliver a Tractor Today. Superior Supply Co. Victoria', B.C.. April 29;-According to tho deputy minister of labor, it is e.stimated that liritisfi Columbia^.wili rofjuire some two to three thou'sand hslpors for tho coming harvsBting season. ___________ Thanks Having disposed of our drug business to th'e Ited Cross Drug & Book Co., Ltd., we wish to thank our many patrons for the confidence reposed in us during the past eiglit years and trust that you will extend to our suc-cesflors the same loyal support as has been our pleasure to enjoy. I^JacksonilCd, LABOR We can supply farmers v/ith experienced help. A number of men are on the ground woiting for work. wir:: or phone The Beasley Employment \ Agency Pifth St. S. Phone 545 Quarter Section adjoining. Feaced, with bsiildings Can be had, $20.00 acre. $500.00 cash. 100 Improved Farms Stock Ranches & Leases Rav/ Land, Crop Payment mmim. ESTABLISHED 10 YEARS NEAR HUDSON'S BAY STORE . , FAMILX PORTRAITURE Mal:e it an annual duty to yourr.olves to hayo your child-ron's photo taken. You be creating abiding pleasures for your later years. Smith's Studio, 906 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 Office Equipment Office and Typewriter Desks, Chairs, Filing Cabinets, Agents foi� Woodslocjc Typewritero, Dick's Mimeograph, F. & E. Check V/rlter, Standard Envelope Sealer and Sta"np Affixer, Burrcuglis' Adding Machine. Stock Re<^is*.3r8, Seals snd Stock Certificates. A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. / EVERALL 8l FRANKS SInnott Block, cor. 4th Ave. and 5th St. Phone 1107 ;