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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PIANOS OF QUALiTY Slninwav, .\onUiclmcr, New Scale WilliBnis. aaines oros. We Invltd you to our Show ^ , Room to inspec-t Ihoni. ASSIWIBOIA-MUSIC CO.. LTD. Plione 154it, 315 6th St. S., Lethbridge, A!la. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN WEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. TRY SOME EXPERIMENTAL FARM LAMB FOR YOUR SUNDAY DINNER We also have some very choice TURKEYS, CHICKENS and VEAL, and some of the finest LOCAL DAIRY BUTTER. Delany's Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel P^one 452 Oh! Money! Mdney! By ELEANOR H. PORTER Author of "Just D.ivld" "Pullyaniui." etc.. "The Uouiauco of a . Modern Cuulerella aiui u Western Mlllionniri'." A Most Delightful Story Price $1.50 THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 A Deposit AccbUnt Under Our New System Means convenience for you, if paying'cash for every transaction is notconvenient. By doing this you are able to take advaht age of our greatly reduced prices which are in vogue under our new system. Ever ything marked in plain figures so that you can see what you have to pay without ask ing the price. In using our deposit system you have the privilege of Withdrawing your deposit at any time without notice. Remember we still deliver to all parts of the city but we rriake an extra charge for this accommodation. Everything we sell is reduced in price.-Take advantage of our new system and do not help pay for the other fellow's bad accounts. It will pay you even if you have your goods delivered. Our Grocery Catalogue is free for the asking. � THE GOOD CO. " " " HIGH-CLASS GROCERS 525 and 1271 Beautiful-Sanitary-Durable Keep the whole house looking neat and trim with little effort. A damp mop keeps these rugs looking fresh and bright. They lie flat and smooth without fastening-no curling edges. The new Art-Rug patterns winch we now have ready to show you are beautifull You would never gueaslhey cost so I ittle, they're so artistic! Come in and see them; appropriate patterns for porch, dining-room, living-room,) bedrooml CONSUMERS HARDWARE CO ANN0UNCE5IENTS YOU SHOULD INVESTIGATE Opporluuity to save dollars today diould be investigated hy every in-endiiiK purchaser of a piano. Th(> iu-ect "Factory to Home" system of ilason and Risch. Limited. Halmoral 3lock, turns the middleman's profit Pictures of Home Folks Curry warmth and comtort to the heart of a soldier. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY. Smith's Studio ,906 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 over to you. Write for particulars of this plan before buying. Save some vahiahle dollars. H5-1 MARKETS Word was received in Chatham of the death in Suekatoou of K. K. Har-rott, a former Chatham resident, wiiioly known in Ontario for his activities in temperance pro!)a;;anda. He liad been living in the West for about five years. Winnipeg. Juno 1.-There was slight} demand and few otfedngs of cash oats -iu the week-end sesislwn. Prices ask-, ed were slightly higher iu sympathy witli future markets, which were firmer on short covering. Cash barley and fla.K unchanged. Oats closed Ic higher for Julyj Kla:c closed l-4c higher for July, Winnipeg Markets Oats- Open. Close. To Farmers For Your Help Phone 1412 We have made our usual arrangements for farm help this spring and can take caro of your orders promptly and satU-factorlly. J. HARRIS & CO. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS DINING WITH PLEASURE We are sure you will be pleased with the menu and service if you get your meals here WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The food is preparei\ and served by the best white cooks and white help. TheSilverGrill Cor. 4th Ave. & 5th St. 7.")"s 6flTa "Designed for You" Hair Cuts WESTBROOKBROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal Clean, Up-to-date, Sanitary July .............. Barley (not quoted). Flax-July ............. 35S Cash Prices Oats- N'o. -J C.W... 7S"i Xo. Z C.W.. Extra Xo. 1 feed ............ Xo. 1 feed.. 73"a Xo. 2 feed. Barley- ! Xo. 3 C.W.. .130 Xo. \ C.W.. .12.T Rejected ....................lOS Feed .......................103 Flax- I"- .Vo. 1 X.W.C...................300 VI No. -1 C.W...354% Xo. 3 C.W...332U Condemned.................322i4 Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg, June 1.-Ueceipts today at the L'nion Stock Yards 231 cattle. iJOl hogs. The cattle market was quiet. Hogs rti'Dpped 2u cents a hundred. The market is weak. Quotations: Butcher steers $10.50 to $15.50; heifers .?S.nO to -SI4,50; tows ?5 to $13; bulls $7 to $11; oxen $6.50 to $h.r.O; I Btockers and feeders, $7.75 to 10.75; veal calve-s. $8 to $16. Hogs-.Selects. $18.75;; heavies. $16 to $17; sows, $15,50 to $16.50; light $16.00 to SIS.OO. Sunday Hours Our stove will be open tomorrow during the following hours:' AFTERNOON 2.00 Until 4.00 EVENING 7.00 Until 9.00 J. D. Higiobothan k Co --r Limit�d - '''^ HKSSS^ Jtom �Aliertt'i Planetr Drugglsta* Wholesale and Metcll ChemUtk TELEPHOliE Na. 332 DISTRICT Land Inspector Here J. W'. Martin, inspector of Domin. ion L.-iuds agencies is in tho city today on an inspection trip. Customs RetQrns Customs returns for tho month of May amounted to $53,606.67 as a.i;-iilnst $53,537.61) tor tho previous year, a slight increase. Veterans Meeting Tlioro will bo a special meotiug of tho G. W. V. A. in tho club rooms iin Sunday at 3 o'clock. Everyone i.^? requested to be there as important business is to bo dealt with. Card of Thnnks Mrs. W. K. Smith wishes to convoy to the C. P. R. men and others, her thanks tor tho flowers and great sympathy shown iu her recent sad Ifer-eavemont. 145-1 722. TARZAN The Year's Sensation OF THE Exemption Appeals The exemption appeal of J. D. Anderson, rancher, Caldwell, has been disallowed ',as have also the appeals of N, I, Purcell, Travers, merchant, and A. Quitnello. miner. Coleman. Kx-emption till Xov. 1 was allowed J. Kennedy, machinist, Lethbridge, V. Cousineau, Coutts, farmer, was allowed till July 1, The following men being in B2, no disposition was made of their cases according to the new ordffi- affecting men of that medical 1 category: J, Goodf ellow, farmer, Pincher Creek; W, S. Brown. Card-ston, teacher; C. R. Rogers, Coleman, machinist; J. P. James. Coleman, blacksmith; D. H. Ramage, Clares-holm, butcher; C. H. McPhoe, New Dayton, woodsman; E. Jlosser, Vulcan, farmer; C. Anderson, Bellevue, laborer; D, Gillies, Lethbridge, farmer. We are On Top In the tin an-I sheet metal business because it has always been our policy to give satisfaction In the quality of work; . our promptness in finishing a Job ; and a price that Is fair to "our customer as well as to UH. Keep UR in mind when you need anything in our line. Estimates cheerfully given. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK_ LETHBRIDGE. ALBEftTA Good Co.'t New Plan The Good Co. reopened its store' this morning after having closed it' Friday to prepare tor the Introduuction of the "Cash and Carry" system. Mj-. Good declares that tho innovation Is meeting with the greatest success*, and is proof that-the cash system can be adopted in Lethbridge. In the case of customers asking that delivery of goods be made, a minimum charge of 15 cents is made. Thus each customer pays only for his own delivery. To show,.the,.reduction It is possible to make by the introduction of the cash system'Ml-. Good statea that a list of staple articles. which could be purchased at $11 on the old credit system can now be obtained for $9.43 un^ der the cash and carry systeili, a saving of about 15 per cent. [ We are Selling Agents for the Molirie Universal Tractor and can deliver a'Tractor Today. Superior Supply Co. FARMERS HAIL CO. MERSSASKAICH'N M. P. Johnston, managcr-diroctor of tho Karmers' Fire and Hall Insurance Co., which recently held its ntmual meeting, told the Iforald today that th(! company had now secured the right 'o carry on liail Insiiranco bus. inesB in the province of Saskatchewan and that 250 agents had been appointed in that province. In ail the com-panyrnow has an organization of 550 iiKents throughout the two provinces. The> company ha>l a v6ry iirosporous ycaivin 1917. the first year oi: its.life, and,.-is loDklne for. Its business tQ l?e redoijble(|.^h4�j.yefljj, - 'X >> ' $4000 at RED eROBs' SALE., BabyChick THE PERFECT. FOOD FOR YOUNG CHICKS, DUCKS, GEESE, TURKEYS There has been a great shortage In this poultry necessity and we have only just received our supply which was ordered last year. Start the Baby Chicks on it -now and watch results. 40c Package THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. successors to Jackson & Co. Telephones 555, and 1232 Sherlock 'Building New Duties H.' P. JIaddison the now .secretary of tlio G. W. V. A. and tlio Returned Soldiers Commission entered upon his new duties today. Mr. Jladdisoii's office will be in the G. W. V. A. club building near tho C. 1'. R. depot. ^ Mounties Have Gone Members of the Mounted Police force here ha\TB received word Unit the M. P. unit left Regina on Tliurs-day night for an unknown destinalion. A large number of Lethbridge boys are with the unit. Up to the Doctor Gustave IMohr, an idler appeared before JMagistrate Irwin in city police court this morning. He claimed tliat he was physifcally unfit for work, and was told to go and get a doctor's certificate to that effect. A. Hutter paid $10 and costs for being drunk. Operators Association, who was in the city yesterday told tho Herald tliut tho campaign for early btiyiug of coal was being pushed vigorously in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. All mines repc^it heavy orders which tiicy are making every effort to meet in spile of tlie scarcity of skilled niiiiorB. was !i success fu oyery way. About 40 couples were present and about $100 will be added l� the Rod Cross funds as a result. Mr. Floyd also reports heavy ruins east of New Day-toii during Friday's storm. Band Conoart Program Tho followiiig is the program for the band concert Sunday night at Gait Gardens: March, V. S. Submarine; 15arn Dance. Skating in tlio Parlf, ;\larch, Tlie Continental Army: Wallz, ! Sweetheart Mine; Flower Song, Lilies j at Dawn; Overture. Kx Tempore; ' York, Little Beauty; March. The Buos- i ter Cljib; God Save tho King. J. Geo. | Harper, bandmaster. , ! Kev. C. .M. Farney, rector of Park-hill, lias been inducted rector of Holy Trinity, Ciiosley and Grace Church, Sullivan (diocese of Huron.) Danco In Nev^ Barn J. J. Floyd, wjio is busy getting the new Ohio Farming Co. four-i^eclioii farm into operation east of Now Dayton is In Uie city today. iMr. Floyd states that; the Ladies' Instiintc of New Dayton staged a danco In tlie cc!mpi.ny'H new barn last night v.-iiicli TANKS WE MAKE THE BEST IN THE COUNTRY The SASH & DOOR FACTORY Phone 663 Posting the Roads Tlie Pilling Land Co. have under taken a plan for posting some of tlie roads in this district, and have order.' od about 75 sign posts. Two spots in � particular which will be posted are the , river hill here and the Pol Hole Con-j lee hill to Magrath. On botli these hills "danger" and "slow" signs will! be posted at the proper places. A tood. Soaking Supt. MacKintosh of the C. P. R. returned from Cardston this morning. He states that that part of tho country received a good soaking. A hall storm visited Cardston about eight o'clock Friday night. Good rains fell all along the lino. From Stirling easjt the amount of i)recipitation was los.s until at Manyberries none was received. Pushing Campaign W, F, jMcNoill secretary of the Coal lyBE Prince Albert, June 1,-Four thousand dollars was ralflod yesterday at an auction sale held at Birch Hills tor the Red Croea. Ottawa. ,Iune 1.-Principal Bruce R. Taylor of Queens University, Kingston, Is to be aaked to accept nomination as vice-presldeni of tho Great War \'otnranB' Assoclaticn of tho Dominion, Before gplng overseas ns chaplain of tlio 42nd Highland Battalion he was pastor 'ofI St. Pauls Presbyterian church, >;entreal. , '- Lieut. Col. \V. P. Purney, Halifax, who was major of tli,e 25th Battalion, will likely be re-ulected president, lie was one of the officers in charge of the overseas vote ai)(l was RlmoHt un-anlmouslv elected-''ati Che Winnipeg convention in lftl7. V, Seret, R. K. Stewart, who hnebeen 'a,'ctinK;�iecietp,ry since'N.'F. Knlgjit went south owing to IU' health will be iiojnlnated for societary., H,(j,has been , anii^itat'iou 'a e o re t ar?f s IriJsci'Db ce mb ar,' He hails fvom Vanco.uver. 1917. The pulpit of James Street Baptist Church, Hamilion, will' bo supplied during .Ume and Juiv.sl))ta.lii'j,;Hpo'per, �Rev. J. C. Sycamor^ alftW'mer pastor, will preach on Augimt dlb aud lUh. Phone 733 0. K. TAILORS AND FURRIERS 817 Third Ave, JOHN I. CHAMBERLAIN X For Sale CHOICE Turkestan Alfalfa Seed CARLOAtJ White Banner Oat.s GROWN FRCM PURE SEED F. 0. HYDE & CO. Having Opened a Small Business Handling Children's Clothing and Small Wares at 1520 6th .'\ve, S., and will be pleased to see as many of my friends as will corae, C. A. COOKSLEY ARLOW'S EAT. .. ARKET PHONE 796 1110 sixth AVE. 8. COMPLETE LINE CHOICE OF Killed Meats FOR THE W.EEK END R.COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market The Oldest Established Meat JIarkot in the City. PHONE 492 Phone 1244 Lethbridge HAY PO'^ SALE CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALPAl^ FA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL � ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS. FROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue SoutK Telephona 732 TheTwentieth Century Book Store I FARM LABOR We can supply farmers with e;fcpcnenced help. A number of men are on the ground waiting for work. ^ wir:: oR'pttdNE ' The^Beasley Employment "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP." DROP IN 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 110 Fifth St. 8. Agency L* �"�ft  Phone 649 The National Portable Typewriter SUCCESSOR.TO THE PEN Two colored ribbon, back'spacer.(tabulator, weight 12 lbs,, Including case for can7lng. ' f Price $58.50 EVERALL & FRANKS � OFFICE OUTFITTERS FOURTH AVE. AND FIFTH ST. 8. PHONE 1107 7917 ;