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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta � THE PIANOS OF QUALITY Stpfnwny. NordboiniPr, Xcw S.-ale \Villianir MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY. Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. 8. Phone 1471 aiti^ndauce. and i)rior to the show, will parade from the Conservatory of -Music to the theatre. R^v. R. J. n. Simpson. Toronto, has been elected president of the Toronto .Methodist Conference. planting of their gardens. The greatest damage from any cause this spring is from soil drifting, and this doeri not represent one per cent, of the crop. To Farmers For Help Your Phone 1412 We have made our usual arrangements for farm help this spring and can take care o� your orders promptly and aatia-lactorily. J. HARRIS & CO. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS WESTBROOKBROS. OppCBlte Bank of Montreal "THE SANITARY SHOP" Jaunty Bathing Caps Swimming is an excellent form of exercise. If you wish to get ail of the benefit and amusement possible from your plunge, wear an attractive Rubber^.Cap. We have an excellent assortment of capS'in all of the popular style! and colors. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson & Co. Telephones 555r'and 1232 Sherlock Buildina CITY AND DISTRICT Executive to Meet Thi> G. W. V. A. executive coinmit-tee will meet on Sunday next (June tith) a; ;i p.m. Notice to Veterans All G. W. \'.. A. members are re-Q'ie.?t�'d lo make an accounting tor ti.dcets not later thau noon Monday noxt. Wandering Chickens Seven cases of people who cannot keep their chickens nt\ home were heard before .Magistrate Elton in city police court this morning, and the parties were fined $1 and costs each. Keep the whole houae looking neat and trim with ^iltle 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 pattertit'l which we now have ready' to show you are beautifull You would never gu.essthey cost so little, they're so artiatici Come in and see them; ap-' propriate patterns for porch, | dining-room, living-loom*) bedroomi CONSUMERS HARDWARE CO DISiiISS SUIT FOR $1010 OMGES Given Exemption K. T. Il-ovey of Milk River, and ,1. E. Raiiiiard of hethhridgp. have been allowed exemption until N'ovembcr 1st. The claim of R. Durham of Tabcr was disallowed. Plaintiff Fails to Recover For Alleged Damages lo Mine Personal Mention .\. K. Mclntyre and A. E. .Tenscn are Carniangay visitors in tho city. Cardston visitors today include C. E. Snow and wife amf S. D. Cahoon. Barne.v J. Tansey of, (he teiephone department is in the city from Calgary. Good ''Eats" PREPARED BY. THE BEST WHITE COOKS IN THE CITV AND NICELY SERVED ALL WHITE HELP YOU WILL FIND OUR MEALS SATISFYING IN EVERY WAY. Cor, 4th Ave. & 5th St. Close S-l 371% i ( WINNIPEG MARKET . Oats- . Onen July............ SZ\\, ' Flax- July............ 365% CASH PRIQES Oats-No. 2 C.\V...S4V-: Xo. 3 C.W...Sl',i Extra 1 Feed ..................;Sl',i Xo. 1 Feecl..7SVi Xo. 2 Feed..75V2 Barley- Xo. 3 C.AV.. .125 Xo. 4 C.W...120 Rejected .. .lOS Feed .......103 Flax-No. 1 -N.W.C..................3733i No. 2 C.W.. .36vS--vi No. 3 C.W.. ..143-^4 Calgary Livestock' I Calgary, June 7.-Therfe is a heavy i drop recorded today at the slock yards, i i the best price being quoted for cattle j i at 12c und at that there are no buyers', i ' Yesterday it stood at $lu.r)0, and with the advent of the British Columbia oatlle there arc no order.s from the eastern buyers, and tho local buy-cr.-i are doing nothing. Stockers are moving: freely at $45 to $52. Hogs have raised another 25 cents and the top price is now $18.10. We are On Top in the tin and sheet metal business because It has always been our policy to give satisfaction iii the quality of work; our iiromptness in finishing a jol); and a price that 1.1 fair to our customer as well 'as to us. Keep uu in mind v.'heii you need anything in our line. Esllmatea cheerfully given. I The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA Rate increases asked by tho Great I.ako.s Steamship I^ines and the Grand Trunk Pacific I.ino to bring their charges up to the level provided by i recent general rate orders, were aj)-' proved for filing by the Inter State Commerce Commission of the U.S. W� are Selling Agents lor thei Moline Universal Tractor and can deliver a Tractor Today. Superior Supply Co. THE YEAR'S ABSOLUTE SENSATION i ''Tarzan of The Apes" AT THE Empress Tonight and Tomorrow Prices Children 15c; Adults 35c THIS IS THE ONE -FILM ., TRIUMPH OF THE AGE. i')'I Brooks' Patent Barley So much difficulty is experienced these days in obtaining British products of all sorts that othar preparations of a similar nature must be found to temporarily take their place. This applies particularly to Baby Foods of which there Is an acute shortage. The old, time-honored Robinson's Barley l. 147-5 Substantial Saving Buying direct frorn the manufacturer Is wise procedure. Write to Mason &Rl8c|!, l.imlled, Balmoral Block, for catalog of pia|o,slJianil Jfhelr dir�ot "I'Vctory lo lltSiie'}^ pfofesltlon'^onnh-ling ycu to sayff, ilife mWdlemun's profit, iO^ FARM LABOR We can supply fanners with experienced help. A number of men are on the oround waitlna for work. Wm- OR PHONE The Beasley Employment Agency 110 Fifth St. 8. Phone 545 .\fter a trial lasting three days before .\Ir. .lustice Ives, llio action in the of. Oliver vs. Francis was dismissed last evening. This v,an the case In which $UUi(in damages was asked by the |)laintiff, who owns a coal mine on the proi)erly of the defendant. Iluring the thaw at .New Years, tho water rushing down a coulee on which the entrance of tho mine was located backed up and flooded the plaintiff's mine. The plaintiff held that tho damage was caused by a culvert across the coulee which had been placefl there by the defendant, the culverfnoi being large enough to allow tho water to run away with the result that it hacked uj) Into the mine. The dcionso held that the mine flooding was duo to natural causes, anil showed that on occasions mines along the same coulee.-^ had flooded before tho ctilvort was put into place. W. K. Grey for the plaintiff and D. II. Klton for the ilofendant. Another interesting case is being hoard today. H. G. Roberts of Barons i.s being sued by Thos. Stubbs. a local contractor, for monies owing on a grain elevator built on tho farm qt the plaintiff. The defense claims that Phone 492 Will Bring the Quality of MEAT that will lead .vou to como again. Kverylhlng is Ircsh )jIllod. the elevator was not properly 'builS and that a.i a result certain of tho bins; collapsed and the grain was allowed to run out on the ground. The plaintiff claim." that the elevator wae built under tho direct supei-vision of the defendant, and that no responsibility at-I tachos to the contractor for the sizo ! and quality of the material u.sed. Mr. i Dunloi) tor the plaintiff and Mr. Donovan of Barons for tho defendant. Gives Judgment. ' Just before adjournment at noon lo-da.v, .Mr. .lustice Ive.s handed down judgment in tho caso of Stubbs vs. itoberts. Judgment was in favor of the plaintiff for tiio amount of tho � claim, J2t!17. b>it a counter claim fiu' j .'lU bushels of fliix spoiled when tho ; elevator hopper broke iillowinr it to run out on the ground was allowed. ! Tliis will amount to about Twenty-one (Jermans and Attstrlaus of Montreal who expressed open jub-I Illation at the recent advance by the I tiorman armies were sent from .\roiit-: real to an Internment camp is prisou-I era of war. TANKS WE MAKE THE BEST IN THE COUNTRY The SASH & DOOR FACTORY Phone 663 R. COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market Tho Oldest Established Moat . Market in the City. H/^Y FOR SALE CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALPAL< FA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND aXRAW, CAREFUL ATTENTION JO ALL ORDERS. ' PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue SoutH .Telephone 732 The Twentieth Century Book Store EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" DROP IN 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 The National Portable Typewriter SUCCESSOR TO THE PEN Two colored ribbon, back spacer, tabulator, weight 13 Iba., IncSud-iac case for carr5�Jng. Price $58.50 ( EVERALL & FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS FOURTH AVE.'AND FIFTH ST. 8. PHONE 1107 B$1B 7??628 ;