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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta .'  T^E PIANOS OF QOALiTY Steinway. Nnrdbeimer. Now Scn)e Williams, HalneS'Bros, We invite you to our Show \ lioom to inspect them. ASSiNlBOIA .music co.. LTD. Bftone^154i�, 315 6th St. S,. Lethbrldge. AJta. LETHBRIDGl DMISY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUrfOPEAN PLAN ' ' MEAU8 FROM 6i)0 A.M. TO fl.OO P.M. Ready for the Hot Weather With a Complete Line of Delanys Meat Co. - FRESH STRAWBERRIES - ^ We have made arrangements to have daily c,xpre^ shipments coming in direct from Spokane.^This week and.for the time being we will have California berries and as soon as the Oregon and Washington berries are on the market vvc will have those. Our prices will be sua ranteed the lowest market prices all the time. riFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 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 Start takiiiK tliis body builder now and in a short liino your iioaltli will be boiiefitei! to an extont that will surprisn you. Don't think that it is iliffioult to take K. & .\. I'.-\.L.\TAIU.E COD I.1,VEU Oil, KXTR.VCT. for the nauioatiiig- taslf .o ('oiiiiiion in Cot\ l.ivi'v Oil has been cliniiuated in tliis proparatiou. (iet a larije dollar bottle and start building up your system. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL ^S0^t4^M*. Store PHONE 1487 Fl LEADER MAKE ANII-CON. SPEECHES l.:;:ii[on. Jlay 0.-.-Uiti-con.^cription speeche.s were iiutde. from tljf sanio piaiforin by .John Dillon.- .Xationalist ie.'.der. and Prof. EthvanI IJovalcra. head of t!ie Sinn Vein yesterday, at Ballagiiaderetn. in Dillon's constilu clared. to attempt to apply conserip-tion to a free and denioeratle poopii^ unics.-; (here w.i.s an agreement nieet-inc alino.=;t to unanimity. He earnestly appealed tor a spirit of frank and ! Vriendly eo-operalion thronshoiii Ire-j land. Without this uniiy was impos-i sihle. ro?nni)!tees iJiroiiKliont the ! ' eountry must be organized with a sincere desire to gtve^fair representation to all sections. .�\ pc'.verl'nl section of the hou.^e of cumnioijs and organised labor of Kns-land haTl declared against conscription in Ireland, .Mr. Dillon added, unless and until an Irish jiarlip.ment with an irisli government were established. Prof L'e \"altTa safd his folloivers would unite with those of Mr. Dillon to defeat corscription. With rifer-a'nce 10 the issue raised in East Cavau enoy of ICast .Mayo. Oood ituinor and ! be said there was only one arbitrator entiiusiasiu characterized iht demon- ! to whom the Sinn .F^n would .submit. Winnipc.:;. Jlay tl.-The cattle market itiilay was slow with foe demniid for butciier cattle poor as the (inal-ity is not .^00ll. mostly hinvy tat -stuff. Hulls and oxen stockera and fc.;le,"s steady. The hoK ni.Trket was stc.idy at last week's close. Ftcceipts were Tm' cattle and 10:15 hogs. Quolations: Butcher steers. $10..'.0 to i:..r>ir. heifers. $s..'iO to ?14..';(>: cow.-. $.".2u to Xl;;.."iO: bull.�, $7,511 to $rj-. o>::n. $7 lo �l'_'..->0: stockers and leeder:'. $S.50 to $10.75; veal calves. S7 to $10. ' HoRs--Selects. $19.50; heavies. $10 to 517; sows. $U'i..'iO to $lt!..'iO; stags, $S to $10; lights, $li-,;50 to $1'J. REPORT OF TRAVELERS' AID FOR MONTH OF APRIL Ktration which wa.s attended by ITj,-000 persons. .Mr. Dillon ?2;d that if the Irish kept united and determined for- another two weeks they would defeat conscription. It wa.s impossible and unthinkable, the Nationalist leader de- To Farmers For Yolir Help Phone 1412 V,'e have made our usual arrangements for farm help this spring and can take care of your orders promptly and satisfactorily. \ J. HARRIS & CO. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS naiuoly. the free choice aC the electors. APPEAL FOR RECRUITS IN SOUTH AFRICA Cape Tov.n. May i^-General Louis Botha, premier of the Union of South Africa, appealing for recruits to fill the gaps in the South African brigade in Europe, asks that the men of wealth who cannot go thoiuselves send substitutes, with whom lliey make arrangements themselves. Tlia premier concludes his appeal by announc-in.i; that he will open the list of names of South .-Xfricans willing to provide three, five or any number of svibstituies. HUN TANKS POOR Trains met lyG. people assisted ', of whom 20 were yljung girls, positions found for three girls. 27.! A young woman cniiie to the city from the Kast and when the Travelers' Aid spoke to her she said she had e.xpected a friend to meet her. After a time, as no one came, she ; explained that her friend lived out in the country ami she would send a telegram. Travelers' Aid suggested the telei)hone. t!ie friends were found btit too late to get the morning train and could not come to the city before .Monday morning. Travelers', .Aid asked young woman to go to' Transient Home and was told that the young woman's money had been stolen from her aud that she was without money to pay expenses. Travelers' Aid took the woman -to the Transient Home. I'S. Young girl waiting at the station', wa.s approached by Travelers' Aid, she told the worker that she expected, a friend to' meet her for she had lost the friend's address and did not know \vhat to ' do, the Travelers' .Aid persuatled her to go home with her for the night, | as she cottld better look up her: friends, in the morning. Mary Camer- j on, Travelers' Aid. PAGE AND SHAW Chocolates The Candy of Excellence We have just received a shipment of thesc/dmo^t delicious candied in the following mixtures: ASSORTED CHOCOLATES, ASSORTED HARD CENTRE CHOCOLATES, ASSORTED SPECIAL CANDIES. ^ THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson & Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building city, An5 district Donation to Veterans The Gretit W;it"- Veteriuis wish to thank Miss K. .\. Dovenirdi, city, for a I donatio not $lo towards the returned soldiers' funds Exemptions The appeal court has granted Uoh-ert Uownie, fartir laborer, Ciaresholm, a continuation of oxc-mptlon until Nov, 1, The appeal of Eric Ijlndstrom, Brant, Is di.sallowed. !. 0, 0, F. School of Instruction I At llioir regular meeting tomorrow I tiiglit Viaduct Lodge No. r.:t 1.0.0,F. : will hold n school of instruction on the subordinate lodge constitution. Members of No. 2 and Xo 72 are invited to lake part. Suicide at Frank E. Broullard, a section laborer working tot the C. P. �R. at Frank, was found at that place on Saturday with his throat cut with a ra2or. It appears .like a case of suicide, the police believing he commilten the deed to escape military service. We Have in Stock the Following Lines of Stoves and Ranges PENINSULAR COMBINATION GAS AND COAL AS SHOWN IN ABOVE CUT. Peninsular High Oven R.itige. Round Oak Ranpe. Peninsular Ordinary Style Canada B. Range. " . , Range. � j Nelson Range. LIghterd.iy High Oven Range. City Queen Range. " . ALScTsiX STYLES IN GAS RANGES AND EIGHT STYLES AND SIZES IN GAS HEATERS. , SEE OUR ASSORTMENT Consumers' Hardware Company FIFTH STREET SOUTH Retailers' Convention The Retail Merchants Association of Saskutehowan will hold their annual convention at Saskatoon, .May 14 to 16. It is pos�ible that one or two local motubers will attend the sister province convention. ^ RAISE HUGE SUMS FOR WAR DEPENDENTS British Headquarters in Prance, May 6.-(Via Heaters Ottawa Agency! i -The German tanks more resemble ' the French heavy pattern than ours, i New York. Mav C-The Canadian i They weigh fort.v-five tons and the ! Club of New York raised $20,000 at highest speed attainable is ten miles 1 the Hippodrome last night toward a an hour, but only tor a short time as, fund of $100,000 for the benefil-Of de-l tho motors become overheated. Their; pendents of Canadian, Brltiah and j protective qualities the weight. are poor, despite WATER GLASS THE TRUTH ABOUT WATER GLASS There are three grades. l-SOTc. 130 Llvle at phone 385, or from any of the following nieni-bors nf the executive: C. E. Cameron, R. 11, FiUrly, II. W. Scott, J. Macll-vena, L W. Clark,  '. Joy-iRlders Fined In the city police court this morning before Magistrate Irwin, II. J. I.otner. appeared charged wilh unlawfully failing to return to tiie. sceitn of an acQjtient at 1.45 on Si�turduy morning. In the accldewt another motor car was badly smaKlied up. Lomcr was fined $10 and costs and auiither loo on :v charge of ilriving a motor car at an cxc/;sfiive rale of speed wllhout a llcouHe, \f. 11. Strong and K. .lolm-stone operated thoir motor cars on the left wide of the street and paid 15.I1) each, including cosls^ FAMILY, PORTRAITURE Make it an annual duty to yourselves to have your children's photo taken. You will bo ovetttlng � a(jldlnB pleasures > tor yotif, later years. Smith's Studio � 906 Third Ave. 8. Ph^one 1471 ARLOW'S EAT. . ARKET For SALE 300 bus. Marquis Wlieat $2.50 bushel 600 bus. Flax ... f.o.b. Noblefdfd $4.50 TO PHONE 796 1110 SiXtH AVE. 8, WE GUARANTEE THIS BE OF. FIRST CLASS QUALITY J. HARRIS & CO. The Twentieth Century Book Stdire "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" DROP IN DlltFOURTH AVENUE PHONE'613 Of fiee Equipmeni Office and Typewriter Desks, Chairs, Filing CaWnets, Agents fofl' WoodBlock Typewriters, Dick's Mimeograph, F. & E. Check Writer, Standard Envelope Sealer and Stainp Afflxer, Ourrough*' Adding , J. - Machine. Stoelj Reqls':ors, Seal* r.nd Stooly Certificates. \ A FULL, LINE OF OFFICE STATIONERY. , EVERALL & FRANKS SInnott Block, cor, 4th Ave. antl. 6th St. Phon* nor 9262 360656 ;