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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 1, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PIANOS OF, QUALiTY Stolnwny, Xordbelmor, New Scale Williams, Hnlnes Bros. Wc' invltp you lo om- Show Uoom to inspect ilicm. AS8INIBOIA IVIUSIC' CO., LTD. Phone 1540, 315 6lh St. S., Lethbridge, Alta. LETHBRIDGE HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR tUROPEAN PLAN ^ MEALB y^ROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 MORE REAL GOOD Beef Pork and Mutton FOR THIS WEEK Delanys Meat Co. riFTH ST. S� OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 GREEN MOUNTAIN AND GOLD COIN SEED -POTATOES- We are all sold out of Early Ohio^nd American Wonder but still have some of the above two kinds. Both these are good yielders and do well m this part of the country. Order now. They will soon be all sold. Remember our store closes every Wednesday at one o'clock noon. Our store is open every Saturday evening until 9.30. HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 525 NOW IS THE TIME TO BUILD UP NEW TISSUE WITH "K. & A." PALATABLE COD LIVER OIL EXTRACT stmt iiikinc this body builder now ami in a short time your l/oalth >viH lie' bcnei'ited to an pxtont that will surprise von. Don't think tluil i( f.-i difficult id take K. & A. PALATABLR COD IJVKR OIL KXTKACT, for the nauseating taste so common In Cod Liver Oil has been eliminated in this preparation. Get a large dollar bottle and start building ^l^ vour svsteni. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. ^^^fO^m. Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 FAREWELL TO MARTIN Vancouver. 11. C. May 1.-Prominent men gathered last night at a smoker given by the Progressive Liberal Club as a farewell to Joseph Mai'- tin. KC. who is leaving shortly re-enter political Ufe in I'Ziigland as a member o� the Labor party. .Members of-the provincial goverument were among the speakers. Winnipeg. May 1.-The cash grain ; markets were quiet again at the -Wed- i nenlay morning session. | There was no change in cash barley. Offerings and the demand was I _ small and light. _ I I'asli flax was much the same as ~ ( oats, the offoring.s for the most part to : being placed against tho May contract. Winnipeg Markst Oats - :Mav . .. July ... Dark*-May .. Flax-May ... July ... Open. 87',4 SGVL- Close. 83% 150 No. 3 C.W... .....\....... No. 2 feed.. 83 H ....... ;!7fi :;so aso ssGVi Cash Prices Oats-No. -2 C.W.. . SG% Kxtra No. 1 feed .No. 1 feed.. SO'.s Barley-No. ;! C.W... 150 , /No. 4 C.W... 14,5 liejected ....................120 I'eed .......................120 Flax- .No. 1 N.W.C. ..................380 No. 2 C.W...377, No. i! C.W...355 Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg. May 1.-The cattle market today was steady at firm pricc# Quotations: Butcher steers $10.50 to $15: heifers ?!( to $14.50; cows ?5 to $13.50; bulls I $7 to $12; o.\en $7 to 12; stockers and feeders S.50 to $11; veal calves $7 to! $15. j Hogs-Select $l!t.50; heavies $1C; to $17; sows $15.50 to $10.50; stags fS j to $10: light $16.50 to $19. Announcement of Business Change As the destruction of tho .\cadin Block by fire forced us to seek new atiarters. we purchased tho\drng. business of Jackson,& Co., in the Sherlock Building, and we take this opportunity to advise our customers of this change and to thank you for your continued patronage during the past years and to solicit a continuance of the same in our now store. We trust the niany friends and customers ot Jackson & Co., will continue to patronize this store. All prescriptions on file with the Jackson &'Co:^ will still bo available at any tinje. THE RED CROSS DRUG, & BOOK CO., LTD. SHERLOCK BUILDING Phones 555 and 1232 CITY AND DISTRICT District Meeting. 'IWie Lethbridge Methodist district meeting will bo open in Wosloy church on-Wednesday, .May 15th, at 4 p.m.- civic Department. Tho city council has given instructions to the stores department that the Gait hospital is to be treated oa u civic department. New Supt. A. B..Hunter, of .McGilHvary, has been engaged as suporinteudent ot the Federal ,inine liere to tike tho place of Chrio. Donaldson who has resigned. ( .Gets Degree. W. E. Simpson, formerly of Loth-bridge, now practising law In Wain-wright, Alta., was given his degree o� bachelor of laws, at (lie convocation of the umveraity of Alberta last night. Exemption Appeals. Harry Rose, grocery clerk, Lethbridge, has been allowed till Novom-ber 1st in his appeal for exemption from service, and Mort. Priest, battery expert here, has been disallowed his appeal. 1). IJ. Fowler. Jlaymond, idruggiat, is also disalldfwed. ANNOUNCEMENTS Gardens ploughed, -fer Co. Phone 1097. McLean Trans-115-0 ARCHBISHOP LANG talking to the Bishop of Toronto during his viBit to Toronto. '. � . � A Tag Day will take place Saturday next under the auspices of the Sir Alexander Gait chapter, I. O. D. E.. lor patriotic work. llS-4x A box social and dance will be held in Evans' Hall. HardieviUe, on Wetl-nesday. May 1st. Danciii^- from 8 to 12 p.m. Admission for ladles and gentlemen, a lunch basket; gentlemen only, 50 cents. Good music provided. Proceeds in aid ot Red Cross. IT HAS ARRIVED . The famous HARRIS' HAIR TONIC and Dandruff Cure. "We with the makers stand behind and puarantefe this preparation as a DANDRUFF CURE. Wo did not buy it until we had proved that it was a preparation of MERI'^and we offer it to you on its excellent reiHitation here i;nd elsewhere. II is not corrosive and doen not corrode the shaker top, proving that it has not the deleterious drugs of many preparations nov,' advertised which even affects hard substances such as metals. It is not oily or sticky and .will not stain. Price $1.00, at The Frank Hedley Drug Co. The Sons of England and Daughters and Maids are holding the last ot a series of Whist Drives and Dances to-morrow evening in the large S. 0. E.; hall, at S.30' profapt. Proceeds are towards the Benefit Fund tor returned soldier members. The members of both societies are reminded to please have tho refreshments sent to tho hall as usual. We Are Already Doing Repair Work on furnaces, cornices, roots, gutters, leaders, etc., that have been through the siege ot last winter. People have learned that to keep putting off preiiar-ing tor the future Is decidedly risky buslno.sa. If you have any tin or sheet metal work that Khould be overhiuiled we suggest t.hs.i you give us the orilbr now. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co REAR STAFFORD BLOCK _LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA" Child Welfare We carry, Everything pertaining to^he welfare of the Baby: i INFANT FOODS, t NURSING BOTTLES, NIPPLES, RUBBER SHEETING, STORK PANTS (All sizetl BABY BASKETS, BABY COMBS AND BRUSHES, BABY TALCUMS, CHAPIN CREA)M DIPPERS, BABY WATER BOTTLES -ETC., ETC., ETC. J. D. Higiobotham & Co -- Limited -- Medical Board, Of 59 men reviewed by the Medical Board of Review on Monday, 17 were placed in A2, li! in P.2. G in CI, S in c;3 and 1^ in E categories. The names are not given out here as the report must first be iilade to the headquarters at Calgar-i'? Fault Not Here. The Great War Veterans ask the Herald to announce that complaints of non-raceipt ot "The .Veteran" are not Iho fault of the local Jjranch, bitt .seem' to be caused by failure of the mailing department of the magazine at Ottawa. , ' SILKSTONE FLAT WALL COLOURS SILKSTONE is a Wall-CpVerinj-not a Wall-Paper -a permanent, hard-surface colouringthatbecomeswhen applied a part of the wall itself. It cannot tear or come loose. / Its surface is soft, pleasing, inviting-cosy as the richest wall-p4per-yet it is germ-proof-needs only pure soap and water to be washed clean as new. Made in 25 colours. Consumers Hardware Co. Phone 1212 5th Street S. 21 DEATH PHILIP The death occurred at Nemlscam' this morning ot Philip English, aged 75 years. Tlie late .Mr. English had lived in the west for about ten years, pan of which time he/�pent in Lethbridge; lie leaves to mourn him oho daughter, at Nemiscam, and five sons, George of Winnipeg, Harry in Idalio, Edward in Lethbridge, and William John ot Xemiscam. The remains are being brought to Lethbridge and tho funeraT' will be held . on Saturday morning at ton o'clock from the residence o! K. J. English, li;7(l tith Ave. S. Uenuiom !..ass will bo sung at St, Patricks church. ? AVE ET VALE ??????? R.N,W.M,P. ? THE BEST Meats ARE AS NEAR AS YOUR TELEPHONE. Ro COULTRY The Alberta Mt^ay Market  PHONE 492 The St9f� 'Al'jerta'i Planeer Wholesale and Retail Chemlatk TELEPHONE No. 328 Joint Meeting. .\ joint meeting" ot the Lethbridge Trades and Labor council and the Great I War Veterans' association will be hpld at the Veterans' club tonight' at eight o'clock. All membe|K> of both associations are retiuested to be in attendance tor business ot great importance. if We are Selling Agents for the Moline ^Universal Tractor , and can deliver a Tractor Today. Superior Supply Ca -a----.--. '!' .-^^ .|; ^- PUNCTURELESS AUTO TUBE SOMETHING NEW No blowouts. No rim cuts. l!lo slow leaks. No puncture^. This great invention can be seen at " K. of P. BuUduig FJfth Street S. 114-G UNOER SCOTT ACT Quebec, May ^.-Quebec City went under the Scott Temperance Act today. The sale of liquor on a doctor's prescription and wholesale only Is permitted, � Presented With Watch. An interesting event took place at the Provincial governinent telephone office here yesterday when Karfey Schweitzer, a member of the automatic department, was made the recipient of a gold wrist watch by the members ot the statl, prior.to his leaving for Sareoe Camp. Tho presentat'ion was made by >lr. Bormau. MAN WHO TOUCHED MATCH TO WORLD FLAME IS DEAD London, May 1,-^Gavrlo Pr)n-zip, the assassin of Archduke Francis Ferrfinantl.r f\e\r-�pp�renX to the Austro-Hungarlan throne, and his wife at Sarajevo, Bosnia, died yesterday In a fortress near Prague � of tuberculosis, telegraphs the correspondent at The Hague of, the Exchange- Telegraph Company, . Alterations in Store, , The Geo. Kerr Co., gmcers, have greatly improved the interior ot their store with, new fixtures. 'I'he apace for the public has been railed off by^ a neat and ornametUal wood design, giving a very pleasing and artistic appearance. The arrangemertts have been made with, a view to the convenience ot the store customers and tor effecting a mo;;e efficient service. Death of Child. Tn Letlibrldge on Tuesday, April 30, 191S, John Kasa'nok, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kasanok ot llKi 8tli St. N., aged. three months and 22 days, 'Cho funeral, in charge of McKay & MncKay, will leave the late residence at Z.ltt tWa attei'unon. May 1.' and proceed to St. Patrick's chyrch where service will bo hold at 2:3(1, after whlcli interment will take place in St. Patrick's cemetery. (By .Annie Glen Broder in the I Ca+Bary Herald.) Riders, o'er hilh and plain! We hail once more, *, Before your passing, you, who set the seal Of law-abiding liberty and common wea 1 On this groat land ot promise; whence your lore Loyal, unerring, leadt you to the shore Where freedon's cause is tried, there to reveal Your mottle keen and true, pliant as steel. Tempered anew in crucible of war. Now sinks the stTii in splendor in tho west, In older lands ready to rise again. With lambent dawn of light* whoso mouiiptlng'ray Hides o'er a world rencwe'd. Go! bear, the test. . In pure v,'hlte flame, vivltr and free from staiii^ ' Climb to tho zenith ot a greater day. WITHDRAW TRAVELLERS TO WORK ON FARMS Ottawa, May 1,-It became knosvn here today that the Lake of The Woods Milling Company with Its head office in Montreal,^ has withdrawn fill its travellers from the road, and the offer has been made that If any or all of them are willing to work on farms during the next four mohths^the company will make up.the difference between their regular . sal' ary and the wages which they piay earn in such farm work. CARD OF THANKS. . .Mr. and .Mrs. E. T. Smith thaiHc their many friends for the flowers antl the sympathy extended to them dui--ing their recent bereavement;  llU-1, ; CARD OF THANKS, Mi% and -Mrs. A, Uyminsk wish to extend thanks to their .many - friends especially Local No. 3840 U.M.W. ot A., foi� their kind sympathy arid assistance in tlieir recent sajl berca\seinenl. 119-1 ARLOW'S EAT... ARKET PHONE 796 1110 SIXTH -AV^. S. To Farmers F'or Your Help Phone 1412 Wo have made our, usual arrangements for farm help this spring and can tak(� care of your orders promptly and satla-*^ tactorlly. ' J. HARRIS & CO. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS Terrible Waste. , Two loaves ot bread were found lin ' tlie garbage ctin by the city today. Unfortunately tho owner ot the garbage tan from which tho bread was tnkeA wan not ascertained. "We aro going to keep tabs on tho garbage hereafter, declared the mayor. "Such waste is a crime, and we .will prosecute those who jiorpetrate such a thing." Waste of good meal has also heeil noticed, said the mayor. FARM 3 CHAIRS WESTBROOK BROS, f Opposite .Bank of ,|(lontreal The Clean, Up-to-date, Sanitary Shop. Thanks Having disposed dt our drug business to tlio Rod &'oss Drug & Book Co., Ltd., wlaU to thank oiir many patrons tor the confidence reposed In lis during .>tbe past.eight year�y.�H