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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PIANOS OF QUAUiTY Stolnway, Norrthclmor. Now iScnlo WiUlams. Halncs ^ros. Wc invito ynn '.n our Show Room to inspect lliom, ASSIi^lBblA MUSIC CO., LTD. Phone 1643, 31S 6tli St. S., LethbridgB. Alia. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN ' ' . MEALS PROM 6,00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. msb We Are Specializing on i Sausage and Pork Pies For the Week End. EVER TRY THESE? YOULL LIKE THEM. - OUR WEEK-END SPECIALS - Delanys Meat Co. FIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE 0/,LLAS HOTEL PHO.NE 452 APPLES. Extr.T fine Yellow Nivvton Pippins, nhd worth more money than what we are selling them for. Price, per c.ise'................ $3,00 APPLES. Extra fine VVIncsaps, price per cs. $3.25 Per pound .....................a......... 10c BANANAS, per pound ..................... 10c FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT, extm large size, price e.ich..................................V.. 15c ORANGES. Extra value at per dozen ........ 30c Also larger sizes at ......... SOc, 60c and 70c FRESH STRAWBERRIESv^expected In Saturday. FRESH RHUBARB, 3 lbs. for ............. 25o FRESH ASPARAGUS, Green Onions, Cucumbers, etc. Market prices. NEW CALIFORNIA CABBAGE, per pound____8c CABBAGE, Lnst ye,iir's stock. Good solid heads. Expected in on Saturday. Market prico. POTATOES. Good dry mealy stock, per cwt, $2.50 TURNIPS, 15 lbs.,for----,................. 26c CARROTS, 6 \bs,. for................ 25c BEETS, 6 lbs, for......>.................. 20c PARSNIPS, 6 lbs. for.......................25o BOILEI7 HAM AND ROAST PORK, sliced, per lb.........'____......................... 60c BAKED LUNCHEON LOAF, per lb......... 40c OX TONGUE, Sliced, per lb................70c GINGER SNAPS, 2 lbs. for......\,.......... 35o SEED POTATOES, Green Mountain and Gold . Colli. We still have a few of these. Order now If you want some. SILKSTONE FLAT WALL COLOURS NOW IS THE TIME TO BUILD UP NEW TISSUE WITH "k. & A." PALATABLE COD LIVER OIL EXTRACT Sl.Vn tai.ini; thi.-^ Voily buililor now atui in a .�horf time your liealth will 1)0 Ivtiitiiltil lo nil iwtent ihni wil! surprise you. Iloirt tliiiik that it is iliftioult to tala' K. & A. PAL-VIWDLE COD LIVKli OIL KXTR.VC'T. for the nauseating taste so coninion in Cod Liver Oil has heon ellniiiiiitoil in thl.-j preparation. Get a large tiollar bottle and start ouildiiiK tip voiir svstcm. ' THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL ^^tS^M* store PHONE 14S7 HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD eO. PHONE 5 2 5 mmm FOR 1 iU Winnipeg. May 3.-Tho eash grain ni.ii'Siet roijiiained practically unchanged froiii previous years. Offerings __. j arc liRht with only a fair demand. --------------------------------� ! Thf (Irmnnd for oats is slow and Via. Oliver some time ago announeeil ' hanlly any" business is. being rtoue. that he wouUl ho willing to serve with- I There was no" trade in barley, the out pay for the remainder of the tenn. i deinand being off and little or nothing and it is tinderstood that petitions in  ij being offered. his favor are being bircul.ited ami I Ca?h flax ia in the same position ns largely .signed by many of the loading lMrl�y aud spreads rewain unchang-ratepayers of the city. ! eil. ' ' -Vnother nunie mentioned is that of | 0;us closed higher for May and nouatd A. Duff, cib' clerk. 3Ir. Dia'f .1', liigher far July. IJarley closed uu- Petitions Largely Signed-Donald Duff, City Clerk. May Run Though Commissioner Grace's resig-Salion a.s caniniis.�ioner of public works will not be hii'l on t'le table till June fst. to become effective oi?o month from that (!;!(('. there is a great deal of interest in tlie coming e.kction , to fill the vaoancy which will be (real-1 ed. The unexpired portion of tho j British Columbia bj'feeiection in term will he eighteen months. i Chllliwaclt. made necessary by tho A number of names of possible can- i acceptance of the portfolio of agricul- is an engineer and. was at one lime a candidate for muuicipal honors in tin-(lays of akiermanic form of govern-nieat. Whether Mr. Duff will resign the city clerkship and contest the election remains to be seeu. .\t Sherbrooko. Que., moving picture will have to close on Sundays. Two propriGtor.s were fined $:;0 e.icli on charges Jaid by the Lord's Day .VI-lianre. changed. May flax closed six cents higlier and July 5 cents higher Oats- .May ..... July ..... narley- .May...... Flax- i Mnv ...... (July ...... WINNIPEG MARKET Open ir.o STt Close 84',.;, 1.30 didatcs are being ruentioned. hut si far only two stand out. Ex-.Mayor tuie by L'. 1). liarrow. wili be held on -May 10. ...S3U Tick s eria  Don't forget that this is the place where you save dollars, by getting your groceries at our Groceteria. Our customers are realizing the benefit of bur cash and carry system. ^Come and see for yourself. The E. J. Ti^kner Co. groceteria ......OPPOSITE ELLISON MILLS 204 13T>I STREET S. CASH PRICES Oat.s- .No. C.\V...S65.i .No. 3 C.W, Kxtra 1 Feed ............>. . . No. 1 Feed.. SO'.i No. 2 Feed.. 771 ISar'.ey- No. ;;......150 No. -I......l-t,') nejected...liO Feed .......IIS Flax-No. 1 X.W.C..................377 No. C.W....374 No. 3 C.W...3o2 Announcement of Business Change As the dcglrucJion of the Acadia Block hy fire forced lis to seelv now (luartcrs. we purchased the drag business of Jackson & Co., in the Sherlock Building, and wb lake this opportunity to advise our customers of this change and to thank you tor ytiur continued patronage during tho past years and to solicit .1 continuance of the same in our now store. Wc trust tho many friends and customers of Jnclcson & CoT, will continue to ijatronize this store. All prescriptions on file wit.'i tho Jackson & Co.. will still bo available at any time. THE RED CROSS DRUG & book CO., LTD. SHERLOCK BUILDING � Phones 515^ and 1232 citV and district C Tag Day, Citizens nre retiucsted not to forget tho tag* day of tho Sir Alexander Gait Chuptor of tho I. 0. D. K. Funeral Mr. English Tho' fnnonil of the lalo Mr. English will bo held from the residence' of E. J. English Saturday morning at !>.30 insteiiil of 10 as previously announced. Dies at 6oast Lieut. Joseph Martin Carey, who fought with the original Princess Pats died at Victoria, U. C, aged 23 yoaivs. lie was seriously wounded a year ago at Vlmy llidge. He loaves a brother, V. A. "Carey at-Foromost, Medical Board, Sixty-two men were examined by tho Jledical Board of review on Jlay 1st, being classified as follows: 22 in A2; 3 in B2; 7 in Ct: 4 in C2; Cu', and 19 in E. Tho board is handling about sixty men a d.ay, wliichMs a record for the province. WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK. Winnipeg, .May :i.-The cattle and hogs market was steady at Thursday's quotations. Cattle receipts 550. Quotations- Buteher steers, $10.50 to ?>�.oO; heifers, $,<;.50 to 515; sow.";, . ,55.25 to Jia.r.O; bulls, $7 to $12; oxen, $7 to fl2.50; stockers and feeders. $0 lo I ?n; veal calves, |7 to $16. Ilogs- receipts. 1289. Selects, $10.-50; heavies, $1B to $17; sows, $15.50 to ,$1G..50: stags, ?S to $10; lights, 516.50 to $19. Ko, it can't be done, but if you wagt a guaranteed DANDRUFF CURE have IL Reports are coming In daily to us' from cuBtomers who bought a bottle only two weeks ago. Results are wonderful. We have got the goods and are ready to refund the money if dissatisfied with the preparation. Ask for (' ; HARRIS HAIR TONIC AND DANDRUFF CURE The Frank Hedley Drug Co. , 26 APPLICATIONS. -Moose Jaw, Sask., May 3.-Twenty-six applications have been received by Major Loney, recruiting officer for the Royal Air Service, In the last week. m We Are Already Doing Repair Work an. furnaces, cornicefl, roofs, guttdrs, leaders, etc., (hat have been through the siege of last winter. People have learned that to keep putting off preparing for the future is decidedly risky business. If you have at^y tin or sheet metal work that should bo overhauled wo sug-goHt that you give us the order now. / The Dixon Sheet .Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDOE. ALBERT,/ To Farmers For Your Help Phone 1412 We have mad^our usual arrangements for'farm help this spring and can take care of your orders promptly and satisfactorily. j. harris & co. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS Stiil the higfhest in quality but not in price/ Particular people are pleased v;ith our phone service. ' I We carry complete lines. R, COULTRY The Alberta Meat lyiarkct phone 492 We are Selling Agents for the 'Moline Universal Tractor and can deliver a Tractor Today. Superior Supply Go. .. , carry .everything pertaining lo the welfare of the Baby: ; INFANT pOODS, NURSING BOTTLES, -NIPPLES, RUBBER SHEETING, STORK PANTS .(All . sizes) BABY BASKETS, BABY COMBS AND BRUSHES, BABY TALCUMS, ' CHAPIrN CREAM DIPPERS. BABY NEATER BOTTLES -ETC., ETC., ETC. J. D. Higiflhotham & Co ' Limited. ' The Storm Alberta'* Pioneer Druggtttt* Wholesale and Retail.Chemists. � TELEPHONE No. 322 GET DUTCH LINERS. Victoria, B.C., May 3.-Strong of-, forts, it is said, are being made by tho C'anadian Pacific Ocean Services to secure additional Dutch tdnnage to matnt'dln its trans-Pac'Sic freight and passenjf^r .service. In addition to tho ste;imshlp Prinzes Juliana, it is reported' the company has beou sucqeasful in''securing tho loan of'throe nrtdl-' tional Dutch liners which for some time have been operated between San Francisco and tho Orient, RELEASE HUN STEAMERS, Santiago, (Miile, .May H.-The agreement which has been pending with Germany for the release of three German niorchantinen which have been laid up in Chilean ports during the nvnr, has been completed. flBrmuny I has stipulated tliat the vna^ela njucit he used to carry cargoes noii-tral ports. -Metals, Halt pe'tre-'and other products will he o.\port'jd. , [ Dr. Weeks-Comina Dr O. D. Weeks who has cliargo of tho medical board of review work in Registrar Jlajor" J. JI. Carson's offU'e wiirarrive in Lethbridgo Saturday at 1.45 o'clock and leave at 1.15 on the Oardaton tr.tiu. Dr. V,'eeks will speiul Sunday' wiih his wife and son and return to his duties Monday. ^ For Red Cross The honorary treasurer of the Red Cross Society acknowledges with thanks: Donation $50; Alr.s. Gustavua Keck, Turin, .?40.00, proceeds of tea given by Mrs. F. S. Leftiugwell, Warner; $75.25, proceeds of Hard Times party at Spriii.g Coulee, arranged by tho Spring Coulee Ladies Aid, per Mrs. .\nlta Nelson, trea,snror. Seriously 111 Gunner-Walter Ve:/e of Lothbridge who weat over with's second battery is seriously ill in London, with pneumonia according to word received by Mrs. V'ere tliis ni6rn-ing. Gunner Vere was a coal miner before enlisting and lived at 107 flth St. N,. Sl.-iffordville. He is well known ip the city, having spent practically his whole lite here. \ Sells Elevator It was announced Ihis morning that tha Columbia Flouring Mills, builders of the first grain elevator in Leth-bridge, and one of the first grain buying concerns in this part of tlio country, had sold their elevator on the corner of Isi Ave. and ISth St. N. to tho Alberta Pacific Elevator Co. who will dismantle it and erect it elsewhere. The Columbia Flouring Mills still retain the site. / 3 CHAIRS WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of. Montreal The Clean, Up-to-date, Sartltary Shop, � Thanks Having disposed of our drug imslneas to tho Hod Ci-obb Drug & Book Co., Ltd., wo wish to thank our many patrons for.' the confidence reposed in us during the pant eight years a;nd tiiist that you will lixtond to our buo-cesBqrB;. the same loyil' support as has been our pleasuVe enjoy. to Jackson&Co. v?3 Idler Fined Barnclt i\Iushkat of Winnipeg appeared before Magistrate Irwin in the city police court tlii.s morning-charged with being an idler, and was fined. $5 and costs. Mushkat declared that lie was on his honeymoon and hit; wife had gone on to Calgary while he remained hero to look aitor yoino business. However, lie had .i kit of "dope" tools in his pocket and admitted ho was a cocaine fiend, and expected to go into hospital in Winnipeg on his return to be cured of tho habit. Ho Iclrt Magistrate Irwin that his young wife did not know ho used dru.g.s. His 'uthor In understood to bo a wenlthy Iiohrew merchant in tho Manitoba capital. . Rebuild at Cost of $20,000  ^ A building permit has been issiiod to Hownum and Johnstone for the rebuilding ot tho Acadia iblock recently deslroyed by flro. The figures are for $20,000. Another permit issued already tills montli is to U, R. Yates for a.$5,000 rcsiaonce on 15th St. S. Last month 14 porrnlts wore issued for ;i total of $1!)5,58� ub against u total of $iy,450 last April. Tho permits included two houses for H. N,.l)eckor, one on 15th St. s; at $;!,000 and ono on i4tli St, S. at $000(). FAMILY PORTRAITURE. sfalce It an annual duty Vo youraolves lo have your children's photo takoii. You will bo oreiitlt'fjjj'nhiding pleasuroB (or Jy6ur later years. Smith's Studio . 906 Third Ave. S. Phono 1471 ^ILKSTONE is a Wall. ^\ Covering-not a WaJi-Paper -a permanent, hard-surface colouringthatbecomcswhenapplicd a part of the wall itself. Ito�inotc tear or come loose. Its surface is soft, pleasing, inviting-cosy as the richest :wall.paper-yet it is germ-'* proof-needs only pure soap and water^o be washed clean as new. Maile in 25 colours. Consumers Hardware Co. Phone 1212 5th Street 5. 21 ANNOUNCEMENTS Gardens ploughed, McLean Transfer Co. Phone 1097, 115-0 A Tag Day will take place Saturday .ne.\t under tho au?;i;ices-of tho Sir Alexander Gait chapter, 1. O. D. E., lor patriotic work. 118-4x \ '--- Don't forget the Grand Council Fire given by the Cnuipfiro Girls in Wcslo.v Hall on Monday ovwUng next. May II. .�\. dance will he held in Uurgmann's liall, HJth Street North,, every Saturday night. ' Two-piece orchestra in attendance. U. Burgman in charge. Gents 75c. Ladies-tree.  � 121--1 Charter St. Ry. Two Hours The Hudson's Bay Co. has chartered tho entire street railway system tor two hours tomorrow, Saturday morning, from '.) to 11 as an Inducement to attend their big anniversary sale. This is the first time an enton prise of this magnitude has been at- j tempted by a local business concern. For A branch of tho Navy League was organized at tMiathtini, adopting tho name Commander Brock branch, com-meinorntlvo of the bravo commander who lost his life in the fight at Zee-hrfigge. sets 300 bus. Marquis V/heat 12,50 bushej 600 bu_s. Flax ... $4.50 .f,o,b. Nobl^vord WE GUARANTEE THIS TX) BE OF FiRSTCLASS QUALITY i. HARRIS & GO. ARLOW'S- EAT... ARKET PHONF796 1110 SIXTH AVE. S. Our system has nothing to do with tho old fashioned collection mothodH, but is carried out on up-to-date lines. IT GETS THE MONEY, and keeps your debtors friends. Wo are also Hlfiliatcd with the American Collection Service. _ * See us iilso for assistance and advice to Muhiclpniitlos '"and School Districts, Ten years with the City of Lethbridgc, oyer tour as Tronsurpr. Consultliig Accountant. Audits and Statements. Rents Collected, , If you aro leaving town, let lis look after your affairs. Our Motto: "HONESTY AND SERVICE" WE ARE DOING BUSINESS NOW. The R. C. Farri Service Agency BOX 518 PHONE 1031, LETHBRIDOE We can supply farmers with' iexperiencfd. help. A number of men are on the ground-waiting for work, WIRC OR PHONE The B^asley Employment Agency 110 Fifth'St.'8. V Phone 545 "God gives US friends and-that moans mucirr - . But far nbo-.e all others, ' .The greatest. of His gifts to earth, Vas when Ho thbught o� Mothers." A DELIGHTFUL GIFT- TO COMMEMOHATE' MOTHERS' DAY. FOR SALE BY The Twentieth 1 Century Book Store 614 4th Avenue Phone 613 r is Office and Typewriter Desks, Chairt, FlllnB Cablneta, Aflehtii ]f