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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PIANOS OF QUALiTY Stolnway, Kordbelnior, New Scale WUUams. Haines Bros. Wo Invito you to our Show tloom to Inspect them. AtlSINlBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. Phorte 1548, 315 6th St. S., Lethbrldge, All*. LETHBRIDGil i�lEY HERALD! HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS PROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. WHEN YOU WANT Cooked Meats You'll get the best here. We have ail varieties this week. Delany's Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel ^^''''^ ^52 Money Saved Means Money Earned That Is what you are able to do uilcier our NEW CASH' SYSTEM. You can open a DEPOSIT ACCOUNT if you prefer it lb paying cash for every tran^ction. You can have your goods delivered by paying � slight extra charge and still be money ahead. It will pay you to look into our NEW WAY of doing business. All our.goods are guaranteed A 1 quality. Our Gri^cery Catalogue is ndw ready. o^r^ THE GOOD GO. Two Phones 525 and 1271s Oh! Money! Money! By ELEANOR H. PORTER Author of �.hist D.ivid" "roUyauna," otr.. "The Romance ot a Modern Cinderella uud a Western .Millionaire." A Most Delightful Story Price $1.50 THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487  : > ? ? : : �: : INDIAN SPORTS MADE FLIGHT SAFELY. neftinsville, Ont.. .June 1.-Eleven nirplanes which left J.eatfide Camp. Toronto, at l".r.O p.m. to-day had all ^eported at the "aerial gunnery camp 01" the lioynl .-Mr Force here and sate-].v I.inded at i' p.m. T!ie journey of the squadron was accomplished, ac- Pictures of Home Folks Curry warmth and comfort to (ho heart of a soldier. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY. Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 cording to reports of the commanders, without special incident. His Exci'l-lency, llm Uovernor-General and party arrived here from St. Catharines earl.v iu the afternoon, proceeded to the camp, together with the visiting air-I)Uneii form Toronto. The squadron was-Composed wholly of "gift" airplanes, donated to the Royal Air Forco through the Cauadiau Aviation Kund. To Farmers For Your Help Phom 1412 We have made our usual arrangements for farm help this spring and can take care ot your orders promptly and satis-tact'orJiy. J. HARRIS & CO. EMPLOVr^ENT AGENTS DINING WITH PLEASURE y\'e' are sure you will be pleased with the menu and service if you set your meals here WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The food is prepared and served by the best white cooks and white help. TheSilverGrill Cop. 4th Ave. & 5th St, : The prognm of sports for the � : Blood Indians who are here will � : he yulled oft tonight at a*\-on > : o'clock on the prairie near the � : lake. WEATIlEJt Hish ........t............... 60 Low.........................31 Forecast-Fair and warm. , "Designed for You" Hair Cuts WESTBROOKBROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal Clean, Up-to-date, Sanitary 7S. TARZAN The Year's Sensation OF THE We are On Top Jn the tin and sheet metal huslnosa because it has .always been our policy to give satisfaction in the quality ot work; our promptness in finishing a job ; and a price that Is fair to our customer as well as to us. Keep iis In mind when you neeA anything in our line. Estimates cheerfully given. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. ,, , _LETHBRIDGE. ALBEhTA REAR STAFFORD BLOCK We are Setting Agents for the MpUne Universal Tractor and can deliver a Tractor Today. lor Supply Co. VOLUNIARY LABOR DAY IN MACLEOD Mi'.cleod, June 3.-Judge McXeill who lias been attending the -tribunal iu Calgary returned PrIduy. nevs. Lewis and Dyer are attending the Alberta conference ot the Methodist Cliui'di in Edmonton. Registration day ill Mneleod. will be held in the town hall, where ten booths for the town will be provided. These will bo in charge ot the.l. O. D. E. and Red Cross, who.se offer was accepted by the registrar, and all were sworn | in on Saturday. All the lady teachers' from ti^e public school offered their services and will have positions in the booths. The sale ot farm stodfyand machinery at J. Hodges farm -w^^as postponed on Friday for two weeks on account of the rain, ' Officers of the Ked Cross visited the Blood Reserve on Thursday on the invitation ot the agent ami tagged the Indians, who on tiiat day were each paid their treatv^imoney. The ladies v.'ere delighted vWth their trip and*the treasury .of the Red Cross is richer than before their' visit by many dollars. Friday and Saturday were great days tor the Blood Indians and greater tor the stores in Macleod, as the Indians moved with their families into town, and spent their money freely on useful articles tor their various familieo. The Piegans came from the west to meet their friends, and help them part with their .cash iu horse races and other games, which took place Saturday afternoon, to which fund the businasa men had ub-'scribed to help out in the sports. June. 191S. was the best month for laud sales in Jfacleod district ever known, the acreage has beeii larger and all dealers are happy, having their sales completed. These sales were made pritfcipally by the K. A. Y. Co., Workman  Co., and A. F. Grady Agency. A. D. Ferguson, druggist, has moved into the large store lately occupied by. R. B. Barns, next to the Bank ot Commerce. In the campaign for the Y. M. C. A. Macleod over subscribed their allotted amount, almost the "whole-ttmount being paid in cash. SLIGHT LOSSES. London. June 1.-News ot the torpedoing of the American troopship, President Lincoln, by a German .suh-roarino while in the naval -war /.one yesterday, reached London to-day. The ship was struck while returning home and sank In Ithjrty mlnutee. Destroyers reached the scene in time to pick up the survivors, 'fhe vessel carried only her crew and a few convalescents. Sucli fragmentary details as have been received hera have.'reassured the authorities that ;tho de-etroyers wore ablp to pick up nearly all those snrvlving the explosion of the. torpedo. The survivors are now proceeding to port. The latest wireless advices received this ^afternoon say that the casualties were slight. NEW SHIPS. Xew York, June 1.-In the month ot May the United States built and put into commission I!50,00U dead weight tons, of shipping, and duriitf the last week let contracts for $i.'^lO^ 000,01)0 worth of shipping, declared Charles Schwab, Bovcrnmeni director of sliiphuildiiig, at the annual dinner held here last night of the American iron and Steel iDstttiite. "I iiavo had occaslort' to review sixt.v-fivo or seventy por cent, of iho shipbuilding industry and I am. in a position to say that It ia progressing finely, more tljMi Batlgfactorlly," declared Mr. Schwab.. Ettablithed 1843 William Cooper and Nephews Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers of COOPER'S SHEEP DIPS KEMP'S SHEEP BRANDING LIQUID COOPER'S. SHEARING MACHINES TlXOL CATTLE DIP-Head Office and Works. Berk- hauistead, England. Branch Housoa, Australia, Xew Zealand, United States of America, Cape 'Colony. Russia, Argentine Republic Uruguay, &c. &c. USE COOPER'S-POWDER-the arsenical dip; it's the only kind that destroys both the adult and young ticks. Cooper's Dip ,(10 packages to case) ......... $26.00 per package .......... $2.60 (Each case makes 1.000 gals.) Kemp's Branding Liquid, per can ........$2.50 Red and brack. (Each can" brands from 600 to 1000 sheep) In case lots, (6 to a case) $2.25 Special Prices-to Wool Growers' Associations, Cooper's Milk Oil Dip, large can ................... $1.50 Cooper's Medico^t (large pack-age)rmakes 7S lbs. Medicated Salt?.v..^...v�........$2.00 Cooper's Bltt�r>,A.*cl(, each.. 35c , KEMP'S 'WAiftftpJG PAINT Will brand.a .w.et'^heep equally as well as.'a.'dryi'She. Will stay_ on ,,i%lieep back as loug as. rekiuirdilr^ttirough any weather, wef or dry, hot or cold. V\mi dissolve from the woo\ In the ordinary'scour. Cooper's Catalogue aud Literature on retiueat." en.. 1 D. HigiDbbtiiim 1 Co " LiniMd -- Alb�rla>- PlonMP DruoaUtiT WheUMi* nil RaUII Chsmlilk TELCPHONe N*. 121 CITY AND DISTRICT Oddfellows Meeting * A meeting will be hoJd in the Oddfellows' hall tomorrow evening at 7.00 o'clock to arrange the nttenrting of the funeral ot.tho late W. Kerr. Prayers for prother Prayers were said at St. Patrlck'.s yesterday for thoi brother of Rev. Fath-I er Cozenet. ot whose death while fight-I ing with the French army, word was received last week. Has New Job Pic. Billy Carnill. formerly of Lethbrldge, who has been president ot the Calgary G. W. V. A. has resigned to become secretary for the labor bureau in connection with the Returned Soldiers commission at Calgary. Moose Social Loyal Order ot Jloose will hold n social on Tuesday evening at eight o"ciincher Creek; George Patterson, ot Frank: Georgi Chew, of Barons; and G. AV. Heather-gliaw, of-*Iagrath. . > Rev. Dr. Robert Johnston, ot tho American Presbyterian Church, Montreal; has b^en honored with an in-^-Itation from tho British Foreign Of-tico to go overseas on a special mission. STRIKE $ETTL'EQ Albany. X, Y, June ;3.-Tl�e sf.rlke of United Traction Company employ-esB, which tied up- street' railway serr; vice in Albany, Troy, Watervliet, Green Island, Coisoos i^nd'I^o*"'^'li a> tQld |n- ihia Itariillng ortHtd.accof&t, id d iiet>li'ew'.oe F. w, (Jmm. WoVi tinie rasident; of /Iberta, SndiatlJt Gqiwle)^; Olr^'March the 23n(r*iother flephew, iirlgft. J For Sale CHOICE Turkestan Alfalfa Seed .CARLOAD White Banner Oats GROWN FROM PURE SEED F. 0. HYDE & CO. Phone 1244 Lethbrldge FARM LABOR We can supply farmers with experience'd help. A numbsr of men are on the ground waiting for work. WIRS OR PHONE The Beasley EnBP%nHit Agency 110 Fifth St. S. Phone 64� Fresh Killed Meats FOR THt WEEK END R.COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market The Oldest Established Bleat Market in tho City. PHONE 492 \ H A V FOR SALE CARtOADB^OR Le�8 ' TIMOTHY. UPLAND, AtFAUi PA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW, CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS. PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOU PRICES. Saunders Hay & ' Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenije SouOi Telephone 732 The Twentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP," DROP IN- 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE lit The National Portable Typewriter SUCCESSOR TO THE PEN Two colored.ribboo. back 8pacer,4abuIator, weight 12H)S, Jacjudi InB case for carryins., Price $58.S0 EVERAU. & FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTF-RS / , FOURTH A'VEi AND FIFTH ST. 8. " ' \ PHONI 110^ 879126 ;