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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PIANOS OF QUALiTY Steinway. Norrtliotnier, New Si-nto Williams^ Haines Bros. We invito you to our Show Uoom to inspect them. ASSH1IB0IA MUSIC CO.. LTD. Phone 154.), 315 6th St. 3.. Lethbrldge. Alta. LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD] HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN Pi.AN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO B.OO P.M. We Are Specializing on Sausage and Pork Pies For the Week End! EVER TRY THESE? YOU'LL LIKE THEM. Delanys Meat Co. FIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 - OUR WEEK-END SPECIALS � APPLES. Extra fine Yellow Newton Pippins, and wortn mftre money than what we are selling them for. Price, per case ................ $3,00 APPLES. E.Mra fine WInesnps, price per cs, $3.25 Per pound . .:........................... 10c 4 ' BANANAS, per pound ..................... lOo - FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT, extr.T Inrge size, price , each...............................�...... 15c ORANGES, Extra value at pepdoien :.'^0c Aljo larger sizes at ......... 50c, 60c and 70c FRESH STRAWBERRIES, exoected In Saturday. FRESH RHUBARB, 3 lbs. for ............. 25c FRESH ASPARAGUS, Green Onions, Cucumbers, etc. Market prices. NEW CALIFORNIA CABBAGE, per pound .... 8o CABBAGE, Last yenr's stock. Good solid heads. Expected In on Sikturday. Market price. POTATOES. Good dry mealy stock, per cwt. $2.50 TURNIPS, 15 Ibi. for ...................... 25o CARROTS. 6 lbs. for ........,............ 25c BEETS, 6 lb�. for .."....................... 25o PARSNIPS, 6 lbs. for .....................V . 25c BOILEi; HAM AND ROAST PORK, sliced, per lb. ......... ........... 60-i BAKED LUNCHEON LOAF, per lb.........40c OX TONGUE, SllSed, per 1h.........^...... 70: GINGER SNAPS, 2 lbs. for.................. 35c SEED POTATOES, Greep Mountain and Gold Coin. We atill have a few of these. Order now If you want some. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUILD UP NEW TISSUE WITH "K. & A." FAUTA8.LE COD LIVER OIL EXTRACT SUiit lakiiiB this lioily buiUlor now and in a short time .vour health^ will lu' lii'iufiti'd III ati f.vlcnl lliat will tuirprifje yon. Dan't think l!iat it is (liffic-iilt li> take 1\. & A. PAL.\T.A.(1LK COD I.iVl-:r. Oil. KXTr.AC'T. fi>r thr iiaiisratir.K taste so coninuni in Cuil Livrr Oil has iif'iMi eliniinatiMl in thi;; pn-iniratloii. Ikl a large dollar bottle and start l)lli!din^ U]) .vouv sv.^ieiii. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO, Ltd. ^^ff^^xr Store -1_ NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 5 2 5 MARKETS ASKS ONUilEO WERFflRAlY U. S. Secretary of War Baker \Aants Power (o Raise Big Arnn' ) fon.gross gram unlimited powers fori^ay WINNIPEG-MARKET O.'iis-- Open May ............ Sei^-'i .luly ............ Sl!^i-Sl liarley- Xo. :! C.W...S218 ............S2>i Xo. 2 Feed.. .76';, No. A C.W.. I Wasliington, .V.v 2.-Seorelary of IVar Baker, at a hearing today before the iiuuse militarr Ci'fairs coiinnittec. in eonfident.ial sessioK, i'.sHeU that For SALE 300 bus. Marquis Wheat $2.50 bushel ^ 600 bus. Flax . .. $4.50 f.o.b. Nobleford WE GUARANTEE THIS TO BE OF FIRST CLASS QUALITY 'I J. HARRIS & CO. 1 llie creation of an army of whate.ver l Fla.>:- size iieees.'ary for the prosecution of :May............ P.SO'i the war. He told the i-oniinittee tlial July..........;. sSBii it would he ill-advised to restrkn the " CASH PRICES^ nurnlier of nien to he iitiii-Ted and that Oats- the silze of the army sliould ho in-i Xo, 2 C.\V...S.t% oreased in the diseietion of t!ie gov- ; Extra 1 Feed ... eminent as transportation and eiiuip-| Xo. 1 Feed-.79',r the existing draft law, as con- Xo. 2 C.\V...8fiS strued by Cliairinnn Dent of the mill- I Winnipeg. May tary committee, and others, there is authority for use of only one million men under draft. Mr. Pent yesterday introduced a bill to induce a total dralt of i.OiiO.0(111 men. which, with the volunteers already in the service, would make an ultimate possible maximum strength of .'i.OOO.iiOu men. Secret.try Baker was tiuer.tioned by the committee.regarding his views in regard to increasing the draft age. Us said he was srud.rlr.g the subject and had made no decision. rio.se S2-S 150 r.7i 376'2 14.-. 120 MPLOYEES lira SHE Winnipee. May 2.-Xof only are tho civic electrical workers out on strike this morning, but the waterworks employees have issued an ultimalura that tinless their demands are met they will not report for work tomorrow and the fire alarm operators have announced that unless their demands for an iiicrea.se are met they will Quit work at six o'clock"^onight. City firemen deny the report that they will go on strike. CMvie electrical worUoi;| number ninet.t-. water works employees about eighty, and fire alarm operators sis. ... �...... 371 Xo. ;i C.W.. .3-16 2.-The cattle and hog markets were steady at yesterday's prices. The demand for cattle of all grades way good. Quotatiions: - Butcher steers, $10..iO to $l.->; heifers, SS.."iO to $1-{:S0; cows $5 to Sl"-50; i bulls.. $7 to iV-: oxen. $7 xo $12;, stockers and feeders. |S.o0 to ?10.5n; I veal calves. $7,.')0 to $10. j Hogs, selects. $18.50; -heavies, $H; i to $17: HOWS, $13..'lO to $16.50; stafes, ?S to $10; light, $16,50 ids,$19. Announcement of Business Change As tho destruction of the .\cadia Block by fire forced us to secic new quarters, we purchased the drug business of Jacksoa & Co., in tho Sherlock Building, and wo lake this opportunity to advise our customers of this change and to thank yofl ,for "yoiir-continued patronage during 'the pa's! years and to solicit a continuance of the same in our now store. We ttust the ni'auy friends and customers' of Jackson Co.. will continue to patronize this store. All prescriptions on tile with tlie Jalck^on & Co.. will .still bo available at any time. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. SHERLOCK BUILDING Phones 555 and 1232 CITY AND DISTRICT Is Returning Capt. .T. Gruham, of Macleod. Alia., iS on his way home from the front, . Join the Battery /mong the loca>youug men who are leaving the city tonight to join the 7Sth Battery before the next draft lenvcF arc Cioorge McKillop, ICd. Davis, Messrs. Kane and Clark. Medical Board The Medical Review Board on Tuesday de.alt with .->(; ynutig iniTn, whom they classified as follows: 13 A2, S in B2, 7 in CI. 2 in C2. !) in C3, 1 in D3, and IG in K. Abotit sixty are being examined each day. Supt. Union Mine Chris. Donaldson, formerly superin-ktendent of the Federal Mine, has taken the position of superintendent at the Union mine at Diamond ('ily and assumes his now post on Monday. SILKSTONE FLAT WALL COLOURS \. SILKSTONE is a Wall-Covering-^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: s Vichest wall-paper-yet it is germ-proof-needs only pure soap and water to be washed clean as new. Made in 25 colours. Consumers Hardware Co. ly half holiday is now pretty generally known and no further trouble is expected from this-source. HUNS ARRESIEO UKRIE LEADERS; London. -May 2.-The Oermans have established military rule in Kiev, the Ukrainian ca.i)itnl. and have arrested a number of 'members of the government on the. ground thjit "government I had proved t"o weak to maintain law'. and order," according to a Ber�in ' official statement. Ukrainian govej-nment ofticiala arrested included Minister of War. IT HAS ARRIVED The famous HARRIS' HAIR TONIC and Dandruri Cure. We with the makers stand behind and guarantee this preparation tip a DANDRUFF CURE. We ^lid not buy it until -wo had proved that it was a preparation of MERIT and we offer it to you on its excellent reputation here and elsewhere. It is not.corrosive and does not corrode the shaker top, proving that it has no^ the deleterious drugs of many preparations now advertised which e;ren affects hard substances such as jiietals. ' It is not'oily pr sticky and .will not stain. , Price $1.00, at The Fraiik Hedley Drug Co. ANNOUNCEMENTS Gardens ploughed. McLean Transfer Co. Phone 1097. 115-0 A Tag Day will take place Saturday next under tho auspices of the Sir Alexander Gait chapter, I. O. D. E., for patriotic work. 118-4x We Are Already Doing Repair Work on furiiaceii, cornices, roofs, gutters, lea'ders, otc. that have been through the siege ot last winter. � People have learned that to keep putting off preparing for the 'future Is decidedly risky business. If you have any tin or sheet metal work that should be overhauled wo 'suggest that you give us the order now. ' The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. RE/^R STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA To Farhiers For Your Help Phone 1412 Wo have made oiir tisual arrangements for.farih help this spring and can take care ot your orders promptly and aatls-lactorily. J. HARRIS & CO. EMPLOYMENT AOENTS Child For Flying Corpr, In order to avoid confusion the local nietd.. pi'r Geo. 1!. -Mackay, ?25.00 .Mrs. G. C. Ma'> donald, Xow Dayton. ?2.';.i)0 proceed'; i of Dance, etc.. held. at .Mrs. Eddy's' residento. Felger Farm, per Mrs. Eddy. R. C. Fnrris in Business R. ('. Fnrris who for the jiast four years and more has been city,treasurer severed' liin connection with thi; city, and Thos. 11. Fleetwood is now acting in that capacity. Jlr. Farrls is now conducting The It. C. Farrls Scr vice A.neney v.'ith temporary offices in h'.s residence. He expects to secure an itptown office in about a month. The agency is affiiiated with the Atneri(.'aii Collection Agency with offices in till the leading cities of Canada, and besides folleclionH will carry on business as consulting accountant ami will prepare auiWts aini statements tor hiis-iness concerns and for municipalities tind school boards. Inaugural Meeting 3.  J. Shepherd, newly appointed meniher of the Alberta returned sold-} lers' commission leaves this afrOTuoon for Kdmpnton. where the' Inaugural meetiug~7of the commission will \)c held, presided over by Premier Stewart. The commission meets tomorrow niofning at ten o'clock. New Filling Station The new filling station of thh Imperial Oil Co.. on 4th Ave. S.. was opened to the public this afternoon, with Lieut. Norman Kirkham in charge. The station is a neat looking structure in the very heart of the business centre and will no doubt be found very convonleiit to motorists. Veteran's Concert  At the Great War Veterans' cpn-ceriit in the Sfajestic theatre on Sunday, May 12th, the Conservatory ot Alusic orchestra will render a number of selections under the direction of j tho leader, .1. G. Harper. A good program Is also being arranged and the Veterans expect a very large audience. Tlie reported anialgaiinatlon. ot the International Nickel Co. of Canada and' the Canada C'-.jjer Company i� viewed as another :itep toward rcdn-ing niore nickel ore in this country. 3S 3 ' CHAIRS WESTBROOKBROS. Opposite Bank oif Montreal The Clean, Up-to>date, Sanitary Shop, Thanks Having dlsposeii of out* drug business to the Hod Cross Drug & Book t:q,. Ltd.. wo wish to thanl( our liiany patrons for the confidence reposed �ip us during the. past eight yearij and trust that you wlirVxl*nd to oifr sue-' cessor's'the sanie lojrUl � &\ipport ds has been our pleasure to enjoy. oh^Co. Lord's Day Act - Before .Magistrate Irwin, on Wednesday afternoon In A.P.T. court, .1. Cotaras, Gus Alios. Ge"rge Jones. Nick Splrou and A. Michas were charged with infraction of tho Lord's Day Act by' soiling goods on Sunday. They v.-ere convicted and fined ?15 and costs each. It is pointed out that only goods which are eaten in the restaurant* may he sold on Sti^day. Exemption Appeals Tho special tribunal sitting on exemption appe,a'ls in /Jalgary has settled the fallowing Southern Alberta cases: H. J. D. Robinson, farmer, Macleod, allowed till Nov. 1st; P. .1. .leftway. butcher, Granum, allowed till Nov. Isl; E. .1. Uyan, Macleod, car checker, disallowed. Prac'tlcally all the farmers applying for exemption are being allowed llil'November 1st, and it Is jiist possible that some similar action may be taken throughout Canada to meet the many demands on the part of the farnvlng population that young men now being called up be allowed to stay in the country until after the crop is oft. ' Death of Mrs. E. P. Trnxler Thi'iileath took place at tlic hospital in Lethbrldge of Mrs. IC. 1". Traxler. aftei- an lllni-ss-of-eight weeks of Miliary Tiiliercniosis. The deceased lady who, before her m.irringc. was Miss .Madge Bishop, daughter of Mr. end Mrs. Arra Bishop, formerly of Sariila. Ont., was born in the village of Wilkesport. nnd was aged twenty-two years, nine months and cloven days. Besides her husband she leaves to mourn her ,loss a baby hoy seven moutlts old, her father and mother who reside at Htzikom. Alta. two sisters, Mrs. Crabb of Wl.'-.ilom, !\Irs. Bishop of Regltia, and three brothers, Harvey of Calgary, Ilussel ot l^tzlkom, and Merle who is overseas. The remains were taken to iCtzikoin where interment look place on Sunday, April 21st. Among the many floral offerings werp: Father nnd mother, a hrokoir wheel; brothers and' sisters, a heart; Mr. 1'. Traxler, a cross; Mr. and Mrs. Traxler. a pIDow; ;.O.O.F., three links; Mrs. H. Dempster, a crescent;-Etzlkom school children, a spray; Mr. R. C. Baker, n spray; Mr.-and .Mrs. W. Tetter, a spray; Mr. and j^Irs. Trocht, a spray; Mr. and Mrs. Allison, a spray; Mr: and Mrs. Shover, a spray; Mr. J. B. Do Ouoro, a spray and others. A coilccUofi ot' 10,000 otter akin.i brought $180,000 at tho anniial April fui- ;uilo in Hamilton.-A high .price tit $10 each \yas paid for some ot the skills. . Wednesday Half Holiday Yesterday Ihn first Wodnosday half holiilay was observed and practically every retail store In the city was closed. The afternoon was qulotly spent, the business men being principally engaged in seeing to it that their autos were at the service . of tho �school chll(lren>for Iho big Baby Welfare parade. A number ot tanners .who had not been informed of tho holiday were disappointed over being unable to do any shopping; Init the fact o'.' the week- ARLOW'S EAT. .. ARKET PHONE 796 1110 SIXTH AVE. S. Our system has nothing to do with the old fashioned collection methods, but Is carried out on up-to-date linos. IT GETS THE MONEY, and keeps your debtors friends. We are also affiliated with tlic \ American Collection Service. � See us also for assistance and advice to Municipalities and School Districts. Ten years with the City ot Lethbrldge, over four as Troiisurwr. Consulting Accountant. Audits and Statements. 'Rents Collected. If you are leaving town, let us look after your affairs. Our Motto: "HONESTY AND SERVICE" WE ARE DOING BUSINESS NOW. The R. C. Farris Service Agency BOX B18 PHONE 1031, LETHBRIDGE J We can supply farmers with experienced help. A number of men are on the ground v^altinp for vifork.' � WIRE OR PHONE The Beasky Employment Agency Phono 545 m verse "God gives us friends and tljat means much; But far above all others, . The gretitest ot His gifts to earth, y Was when He thought ot .Mothers," A DELIGHTFUL GIFT TO COMMEMORATE MOTHERS' DAY. FOR SALE BY The Twentieth ' Century, Book Stored 814 4th Avenue Phone 613 FAMILY PORTRAITURE Mak? it an annual duty to yoursoivoa to have your children's photo taken. Xou will bo creatine abiding pleasures for yoiu' later years. Smith's .:�06 Third Aye, S. Siudio Phone 1471 Office Equipment Office and Typewriter Desks, Chaira,. Flllpg Cablnt^ta, Agents fqr Woodstock Typewriters, DIclc'a Mimeograph, "F; &'E.-Check .Writer, Standard Envelope Sealer and .Stamp Afflxer, Burrpugha' Adding Machine. -, - . ' � � ' \ Stock Renlstors, Seals end Stock Certiflcatea. A FULL LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. EVERALL & FRANKS SInnott Block, cor. 4th Ave. and 6th St. PHona 1107 73 ;