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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE HOTEL WINDSOR Bert $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta Dr. Rusk's CHIC FOOD Lays the Egg Foundation We will open for business in our New Store in our Old Stand, the Shepherd Block on Tuesday Morning, May the 8th WE HAVE A BRAND NEW STOCK OF GOODS. EVERYTHING OF THE SAME HIGH CLASS QUALITY THAT W� HAVE BEEN HANDLING HERETO TOKE. WE HAD FULLY INTENDED TO PUT ON A SPECIAL SALE AS SOON AS WE OPENED BUT OWING TO US NOT BEING ABLE TO HAVE EVERYTHING IN SHAPE AND IN ITS PLACE WE WOULD BE UNABLE TO GIVE YOU THE SERVICE UNTIL SUCH TIME THAT WE SHALL BE ALL STRAIGHTENED AROUND WHICH WE EXPECT WILL BE ABOUT THE END OF NEXT WEEK. PHONE 525' AS USUAL FOR YOUR ORDERS AN D THEY WILL BE TAKEN CARE OF. THE GO CO High Class Grocers Phone 525 Taylor Milling & Elevator Co., Ltd. GERMAN REPORT Let Us Help Yon THE LATEST BOOKS "A Student in Arms," by Donald Hankey .................... $1.50 "My Second Yaar of the War," Palmer ........................ $1.50 "Up the Hill and Over," J. C. McKay...........................$1-50 "The Battles of the Somme." Phillip Gibbs .................... 31.50 "The Worn Doorstep," Margaret Sherwood .................... $1.35 THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1487 Druggists and Stationers Next Dallas Hotel STRONG & DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Merchants Cilgsry-Edmonton-Lethbrldga Our (entlra organliatiou Is at your tervloe and with our experience we can safely guarantee to got you the best prices tor your grain a� any' time and t&t any grade or kind ot train. Phono M 1922 Calgary \ For Offlqo 186S Lethbrldge ! Quota-R��. 1S11 Lethbrldoe) tiana. rtND ALL KINDS OF ELECTRICAL WORK. W.L. McEenzie & Co. PHONE 637 718 3rd Ave. S. 9*. Our Agents who are In your d IstrlcL j. A. CUMMING L.thbrfdgo Manager Make tbe MOST of the I High Prices by consigning Your Grain to SMITH-MURPHY & CO. You will realize every cent in it for you. anil get your returns promptly. WRITE OR PHONE Office Phone 1313 Residence Phone 1484 N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBR1DGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. CARPET CLEANING Vacuum Cleaning in all its branches. WILL HAYTER 1101 11th St. S. Phone 1830 'flRPHEUM' STOP-LOOK Opening With Matinee Monday HARRIS AND PROYS BIG MUSICAL COMEDY 15-People - Mostly Girls-15 Watch for Further Announcsment Winnipeg. May. ii.-The markets opened ami closed without a trace of : excitement. Trading; was confined , within very narrow limits all. day.) Wheat clOM-d :'\ic higher for October. : Oats closed higher for May. lTse up for July. Barley closed Jc higher for May. Flax dosed .c higher for May and o:^ Barlev: - No. il C.W...127 No. 4 C.W...122 Rejected 1"U, Feed I'.Hi, on track 12fiy> i Flax: - Xo. 1 N.W.C.................?.i j No. 2 C.W...31H!., No. 3 (\\V...2!>7>2 , ! Futures. ( Winnipeg Wheat- , May............ 190 l'J3*s Oats- i Mav ............ 75U _J7�-4 : July ..........."."""6947 * 701-2 ; October......... r>!>i4 59 Flax: - May............. Sllii "13V:: Minneapolis:- : May ............ 261 270% I Chicago- ; May ............ 275 278% ; A thorough renovating at this season will insure a clean, healthy home. We'll do our part by furnishing just what is best and at prices that are fair. Borax, Sponges. Chamois. Ammonia, Sal Soda, Floor Wax, Furniture Polish, Disinfectants, Germicidss, Bug Exterminators, Rubber Gloves. Etc. Cheek off such it�-ms as you need and bring the 1H' to us. I Tk Red Cross Qrm . > Clirnmii positions oust of Non- > . ' ville yesterday, but were sub- >' ? sequenHy driven out, the war �> ' ? office announces.. The Germans ( !' captured "n'o French. The nuin- > i ? ber of Uritish prisoners, the > ? statement says, has been in- > ? creased to 1,225. > CITY AND DISTRICT For Red Cross A. J. Tllackburne acknowledges for tho Red Cross JIG.25 from the ladies of Aden. & Book Co., C'HONE 553. Under New Management G. S. Boyd and Co.. have taken over the Empire lee Cream Parlor next to the Orphemii. ill Pay You To See FOR FIRST CLASS FURNACE WORK EAVETROUGHING, BARRETT SPECIFICATION 20 YEAR BOND ROOFING, METALLIC CEILING, CORNICE, SKYLIGHTS. WATER TANKS, CHIMNEY STACKS, BRICK TIES, ROOF JACKS COUNTRY WORK A SPECIALTY- Paving Requires Big Issue Mayor H;miie stated this morning that the proposal to pave 13th Street from 3rd Ave. S. north to Westminster school would require a bond issue of about ?50.000. ; REAR STAFFORD BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE FARM LANDS FOR SALE North i/2 34-7-13 W. *th. Price $20.00 per acre. N. W. 14, 15-10-19, W. 4th. Price $23.00 oer aire. S. E. ',4, 29-7-19, W. 4th. Price $15.00 per acre. Sec. 30, 6-14, W. 4th. Price $20.00 per acre. All the above can be purchased on easy terms or a discount given for all cash. We have for sale choice lands in all parts of this district. See us before purchasing elsewhere. Wilson and Skeith General Insurance, Loans, C. P. R. Lands Phone 1343 Office: Sherlock Bldg. LOCAL MARKETS Grain & Livestock Prices NOTICE Owing to the high cost of living, the Master Barbers of Lethbridgs have been compelled to (on and after the 5th day of May) raise the price ot hair cutting to 50c. except children I under 12 years, which will he 35c. Shave and neck shave, 25c. Tonics 15c. straight. ENDORSED BY THE BARBERS' UNION, LOCAL 71. 119-5 BORN VAN HORNE- On April 30th at 1500 6th Avenue, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Van Home. Track Prices Wagon Prices Wheat (not quoted) Wheat.....22t! Oats......02 Oats......53 Flax......29��i. Flax......2'".G Barley .....1HV� Barley ..... HXVi LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, S-S'/ic; choice cows, 7-7 He Select hogs, 100 to 250 lbs.. 14c. Choice killing wethers, lie. Choice killing ewes, 10c. THE AUTO AND ELECTRIC REPAIR SHOP Repairs to All Makes of Cars. Magneto and Coil Work a Specialty 324 11th St. S. 122-6 SENTENCE COMMUTED Windsor. Ont., May 4.-John lioge, alias James Stewart, sentenced to he hanged here Thursday, May 10, for the murder of Immigration Officer Jackson, of Winnipeg, waH notified tonight that commutation of his sentence to life imprisonment had been granted by the minister of justice. SEED ARRIVALS Today's Seed Arrivals Include: SWEET PEAS- Dorothy Eckford (White). Queen Alexandra (Bright Scarlet), Lord Nelson (Brilliant Blue). Martha Washington (White with Deep Rose Piooteed edge). Mrs. Walter Wright (Rose Mauve). Spencer Mixed. NASTURTIUMS- Golden Leaf and Tom Thumb. MISCELLANEOUS- Canary Vine. Japanese Hop. Broad Windsor Beans. Wild Cucumber. Early White Cory Corn. Little Gem Peas. J. D. Higioboiham & Co - Limited �� Albert*'* Pioneer Orugalst*,'' The %^*?J& Tfor* LWholesale anri retail chemlitt TELEPHONE NO. 322 S50.00 and Costs H. Charles appeared yesterday after noon in provincial police court on n charge o!' keeping liquor for sale eon trary io die act. He decided after ! some hesitation to plead guilty and was fined ?30.0n ami costs. May Open Branch Here | R. G. I'orsso of Tees and Porsse, j wholesale grocers, was in the city for a short time yesterday afternoon from Winnipeg. Tees and Bcrsse own wholesale trackage here, and it is under-stood they have under consideration the opening of a branch in the city during tho year. Left For Calgary lo Train For the Summer Months-No Soldiers Here Now Pte. Green Returns The many friends of Pte. Geo. Gi a nephew of Mrs. M. Thompson. 3rd Street S.. will be pleased to 'V his return from (he fighting Ho arrived this morning from gary. lie has a wound in the arm w ho received at the Somn.c front left, here a year ago this month a Calgary battalion. !'een, 202 hear line. Cal-hich . He with For the first time in several months, Lethbridgo lias no soldiers ; in training here. Th