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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I: I i in THE PIANOS OF QUALiTY Stolnway, Kcirdliolmer, N'nw t'ciilr Williams. Ilalnes Bros. Wo invilo you lt> our Show Uoom til insiicct them. ASS!\�4IB01A MU.SIC CO., LTD. Plione 154a, 315 6th St. S.. Lethbridgc. Alia. lethbridgp: daily herald HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PtAN MEALS FRoM 6.00 A.M. TO 8100 P.M. MORE GRAIN FED Beei Pork aed Miilloe FRESH KILLED THIS WEEK. Timers, New Comers, Rich aiiaPc^^ oije accord agree that our New System is Excellent ^9- Beautiful-Sanitary-Durable Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 4S2 Special on P,reserving Pineapples for tomorrow. Hood River Strawberries arriving now. Oh! Money! Money! By ELEAN noiv returning home in|';' large numbers, the state department I was advised today in despatche.- from ' Moscow. Most of the men were report-, ed in good physical condition and ii. was estimated that seventy per rent.jj;' of them would lie ready for active duty within> .montii. , ! ji[ According to dispatches three trains j each carrying from 100 to l.OdO are passing through Orsha daily. T!-,e men arc beiiig exchanged for Russian prisoners who are in poor health. Most of the latter the- state department �was informed, are suffering from tuljercul-osis and may die enroute home. LABORITES WILL NOT NEGOTIATE WITH HUNS Loudon, .Tune 0.- i.Via Ue\i-ter.-j Limited.)-"We are will-iiii: to converse, but nut to negotiate with (.Jerman labor." says Arthur neuJe;-sou. Labor leader in the house of commons, in a statement refejring to an announcement made by Ciiestcr M. Wriirht. member of tlio .-\merican Lab[)r mission which implied thai tile policy of ?,lr. Henderson, and Uis jiany had bceu radically modified. Winnipeg. June -There was a Utile better demand today tor cash oats. Till re was some iuciuiry for e.\por! luirposce. Spreads were Vj i cent better ou all grades. Offerings Ught. In cash flax- there were a few inquiries and quotations at the .hily price lor Xo. I ^�.^^'.C.. Offerings very light. Cash _barloy was unchanged. Oats closed unchanged for July and flax closed lower for Jnlv. WINNIPEG MARKE-" Oats-July ---- Flax-July ................... CASH PRICES. Oats- Xo. �_' r.W. ..s3 Xo. Kxtra 1 Feed ........... Xo \ Feed..77 No. Open Closo .!.',>;ij .-..% .-. .-. .-..-..-. .-. .-. .-. .% .-. .-. 1 i C.W.. .S� . . .�____SO Fsed. .7-1 killed five. No. 1 Special classes for children who stoop have been begun at the Dawson school, Vancouver, by the sch� C.W.. .12.^ .......lOS .......WZ C. This Is the last call for SETS and MULTIPLIERS as the distribtitors will bo unable to furnisli more. Sets 25c Multipliers 15c per pound J. D. Higinbotham & Co � Limited . ................I.I.Si.j No. 3 C.W. LIVESTOCK. - Receipts continue light at ()ie stock yards today. There were six loads of cattle in and two small lots of hogs. Two loads of hei-l'v ferd \\evi\ put over thi.^ scales today and they were particularly good etuff, selling at $1-1 and ^15.30 respectively. The remainder are mostly stockers o: the average class. The. top price of the best stockers at present is $16. Hogs remained firm at SS. The Wholesale Phneer DruggltU'  nd Retail Chemtitk TELEPHONE No. S2� H.W.MCHIS CANDIDAIE FOR Harry W. Meech, city assessor, announces, his candidature In the 'election for a -public works commissioner to lake the place of A, M. Grace, re.:iigned, Mr. Meech, who has been with the city for ten years, has on two or three occasions run the city engineering dept. and is very familiar with this work. He has not yet announced hia platform definitely but will do so shortly. CITY AND DISTRICT 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 edge*. The new Art-Rug patterna which we now have read;)) to show you are beautiful I You would never guess they cost so littici they're so artisticf Come in and see them; ap-1 propriate patterns for porch, I dining-room, living>rooin,j bedroom4 CONSUMERS HARDWARE CO failing to report under the act respecting alien enemies. They were dis-ciiargcd and told to go to work. LANTIC COAST To Farmers For Help Your Phone 1412 Wo have made our usual arrangements for farm help this sprine ^nd can take care of your orders promptly and satisfactorily. J. HARRIS & CO. EM.PLC^YMENT AGENTS DINING WITH We are sure you will b{ pleased with the menu and ser vice if yoti get your mea'ls here WHEN IN LETHBRiDGE 'I'ho food i.s prepared and served by the beat white cooks and while help. TtieSiiverOrill Cor. 4th Ave, &. 5th St. __L.. �_______ iNEDBYHUNS Lewes, Delaware, June 5.-Reports prevail here that the German U-boats which raided cpast-Vifiae shipping on Sunday an3 ?/lon-day have strewn the Delaware P.ay and the waters around the Delaware Capes with floating mines. Ten mines have been found, it is r-iported and government mine sweepers are searching for others. Two of them were exploded by gun firs and the remaining eight were recovered intact. No confirmation of these reports can be obtained from government officials. Shipping has been held up for the present, no vessel being allowed to leave without permission of the naval authorities. ANNOUNCEMENTS CHATAUQUA COMING I Tlic Chatauqua next week at [ Pinclier Creek. Carmangay and Foremost. The Willi.s piano has been chosen as the official instrument for i Alberta. 147-i3 We are On Top in the tin and sheet metal business because it has always been our policy to give satl.jtaction in the quality of work; our promptness in finishing a job ; and a price that is fair to our cusioiner aa well irT'to us. Keep us in mind when you nead anytliing in our line. Kiaimates cheerfully given. Caution! llefore yon buy a piano investigate tlic full merits of the 'Factory to Home" proposition of .M'ason ,� Kiscii Limited. Particulars will be niulled you on request, telling you how to gain a valuable ativlug. 14S-1 There will b� a meeting of the L.O. H.A. on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. In the -Mooise Hall. Baby Chick 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 Buildina' Land Agent Here. / Wm. A. Dilley of the land department is in the city today. Tlio land agents of th;^eompany have been very busy in the J^ethbridge district al! spring. S. b. Mitchell Resigns, Tlie C.I'.K. liaa confirmed I lie ap-PQJntinonl of .fa.-;. Gordon, formerly night ticket clerk, hero as ticket agent of the company in place of S. 1'.. .Mitchell, resigned. Miss Eva Hissett, wlio lias been acting as night ticket clerk, is confirmed In that position. .Mls.s IUi?sEtt is the first lady in tlie west to 1)0 given complete ciiarge of a ticket office. Warning to Motorists. The .V.l'.P. here arc is.suing a last warning to ni#torists to comply wiili the law regarding glaring headlights. Prosecutions by the wholesale are contemplated in the near future. \ Rotary Club. ^ The plans of the Rotary : : : � � * �S' PLOIIOSIGGLE EX-CZAR'SJEWES Xew York, June 5.-An alleged plot to smuggle into America the crown jewels of the dethroned Romanoff dynasty, stones valued at $2,000,000 is iioiieved to liave been discovered by United States officials. It was learned lioro today, - ' Two United States government officials are imdcr spspicion. It was announced. One is iu Russia and the otlier arrived at an Atlantic port recently on n Danish vessel and hurried [ "to Wiisliington ou .official 'business," and is now missing. Idlers. ' In police court this morning Alfred .loliiiscii, .Miko \Voski, Peter Oird-zunas and T, Hughon w'oro convicted under the act respecting idlers. The first three were fined ,$2 and costs and the latter and coals. Sam Hod-onoff, N'Ick Slarchunl;, Oeo. l.arko and John Petraschtik were charged with TEN UNACCOUNTED FOR. Xew York, June ,').-All but ten of the :J18 paHscngors aboard the .N'ow York and J'orlo Rico liner r;;ai'olina, sunk by subiiiariiio, have been accounted for, officials,of the line announced tli'is morning. MIbr Lovcns Carroll, a lO-yoar-old N'ew York schoolgirl and heiress to a million, is urging that her allow-a�ce be Increased .from $12,000 to 20,000 annually to meet expenses,- Rex Beach's G^iatest Story, 'The Auction Block" The lite drama of a million,girls In Amoi'lca'K lilg citleF'und Bmull towns. the MmnrosB toiiiehl only. -Advertisement For Sale Seed CHOICE Turkestan Alfalfa CARLOAD White Banner Oat.s GROWN FRCM PURE SEED F. 0. HYDE & CO. Phone 1244 Lethbrldge FARM LABOR We can supply farmers with experienced help. A number of men are on the ground waiting for work.'; WIRE op PHONE The Beasley Employment Agency 110 Fifth St, 8. Phone 545 Death of Mr. Attree. George Frederick Atlrec ot Queens Hay died at his homo at that place! Saturday afternoon about 5 o'clock, j The death occurred suddenly from a heart seizure. The late Mr. Attree was born in England and came to Canada ten years ago, in the fall o� lUOS, and settled at Queen.s Hay. Ho is survived by a widow, one daughter, .Mi3.s Gladys Attroo, and two sons, one of whom is at the front and the other i at Lethbridgc. The funeral took place', in Nelson Wednesday afternoon. Ser-! vices were held at St. Saviours! cliurch at 1:30 o'clock and burial took, place in the t'hurch of l^ngland plot. at tiie cemetery. Still Selling the Choicest Meats - An unheard ot auction. "With leather at the present price our auction sale of boots and shoes roads like a fairy story. Go to Waddlngton's rooms on Friday at 11 a,ni, aud get a. pair at your own price. TAN KS WE MAKE THE BEST* IN THE COUNTRY The SASH & DOOR FACTORY Phone 663 9 R.COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market The Oldest Eslablislied JMcat Market In the City. PHONE 492 HAY FO'^ SALE CARLOADS OR LES3 TIMOTHY. UPLAND, ALFAU-FA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW, CAREFUL ATTENTION JTO ALL ORDERS. PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOt^ PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue Soutfi .Telephone 732 The Twentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" DROP IN 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 61) The National Portable Typewritei* SUCCESSOR TO THE PEN Two colored,ribbon, back spacer, tabulator, woight 12 lbs., Includ-, Jng case for currying, � Price $58,50 EVERALL & FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS \ FOURTH AVE. AND FIFTH ST, 8. " PHONE 1107! 455 ;