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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PL At-: CENTRAL COMFORTABLE i LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR a Dty Holelin AlbcrU Dr. Rusk's CHIG FOOD Lays the Egg Foundation Taylor Milling Elevator Co., Ltd. We will open for business in our in our Old Stand, the Shepherd Block on Tuesday Morning, May the 8th WE HAVE A BFUND NEW STOCK OF GOODS. EVERYTHING OF THE.SAME HIGH'CLASS QUAU. ITV THAT WE HAVE BEEN HANDLING HERETOFORE. 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 -lit 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 ASOUT THE END OF NEXT WEEK. PHONE 52i AS USUAL FOR YOUR ORDERS AND THEY WILL BE TAKEN CARE OF. THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers Phone 525' THE LATEST BOOKS "A Student in Ar.Tis.'1 by Donald Hankcy "My Second Year of the "Up (he Kill and J. C. McKay ...___ "The Battles oi Ins Phillip Gibbs ''The Worn Margaret Sherweocl S1.50 SI.50 51.35 THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd: Phone 14E7 Dmsgllt: ajij Stillone Next Dalln Hetil STRONG DOSSIER GRAIN Cornm.Bflion Merchant! EdmoKton Oar enUre ornnlatlon' it your lervlca imd with OUT ciper- -lencfl Tte can lafely (uaractM to get you Lhe beat Her jocr grain it any Uzoe "aH7 trade or kind of Phone M 1 Fw IMS Lcthbridge RII. .1811 Lelhbrljgi) UML SM Our Agentt who In district J. A. GUMMING LtlhbrICBJ 'SUPPLIES AND ALL KINDS OF ELEC- TRICAL WORK. W.L. itfcKenzie Co. PHONE S3T 7H 3rd-Avi. S. CAEPEt CLEANING Vacuum Gleanlos in all its branches. "WILL HAYTER 1101 11lh Si, 5. Phone 1S30 Make ifc HOST, of the High Prices by consign- ing Your Grain to SMITH-MURPHY CO. realize every'Cent in it Cor yoa, and get your re- turns, promptly. WRITE OR PHONE Office Phsne 1313 f Rtsldecicc Phone 1454 N, T. MACLEOD, -MANAGER -LETHEmiDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. FARM LANDS FOR SALE North Vi 34-7-13 W. 4lh. Prle! ?20.00 per acre. N. W. 15-10-19, W. 4lh, Pries 923jOO per acre. S. 23-7-19, W. 4th. Price per jcrc, Sec. 30, 6-14, W. 4lh. Price per acre. AH the above can be purchas- ed on easy terms or a discount flven for alt cash. We hare for sale cbolce lands In all parts of ,-this district See us before pur- chasing elsewhere. ami, Skeifh General C. P. R.. Lanth Phone 1343. Sherlock Bldg. fJRPHEUM LOOK Opening With Matinee-Monday HARRIS AND-PROYS BIG MUSICAL COMEDY Mostly. Waich for Further Announcement Chicago, May and France are In Immediate heed of 2.000 medical officers' ah'rf This statement wis made fay Dr. Franklin Martin, head med-, icil dlvlaiun of the council of rational defence in an appeal ad- to ihe doctcrs of Amer- Vinnipfs, May market was a very quiet one and closed wiih all wheat markets higher. A notable iMne was lliat at the height of the morning- Minneapolis and' Chicago ivere on a parity, something: dreadful- ly unusual, Winnipeg 'closed lUc higher for Get Winnipeg oets closed liJgher for May. ind for July, Barlpy closed for May, Klax closed high'er for May and higher for July..Minneapolis Tjseal closed higher. for May. to 3c for July, aod ic higher for Sept. There TTRS not omch cash trade. The machinery of .the IICWL agreement has not "been quite perfect-1 td yet and there has not been any-j thing like a full resumption ot baying! In the country- The agent'at tbe.al-j lied sovermnenls bought- irheat al[ spreads established by the new agree-' meat. giTing up but speaking; broadly Ihera was 'little or no cash1 trades. There iras tnEr dealing foi the first two grades of oats hut lower grades were nol wanted. There looks, at the moment as if.considerable ten- sion were developing in May oats. Winnipeg May 1355J May........ July .A 1114 Oct. -59TS 59H i Fla5" May......... 315 316 ,Juiy............ 3U% 3i'4U LetUsHelpYou CLEAN HOUSE A thoroujgh rerioTaling nt this season will insure a ..clean, healthy homo. We'll tlo our part by furnishing best and at prices (bat are fair. Borax, Sponges, ChymoiSj Am- nionfa. Sal Soda, Floor Wax, Furniture "Fetish, Disinfectants, J Germicides, Bug Extermina- tors, Rubber Gloves, Etc. Check otf such items you, need and foe list to us. Tke Red Cross Drag Co., LuiteJ i Trained on Enemy's Heavy Guns and Does Very Effec- tive Work (By Canadian Overseas Correspon- dent.) Canadlau Arraj- Headquarters In France, heavj- artillery tof the- CanaJinn lias been en- jgagcd during the'past Few days in i counter battery work. Instead ol j pounding at'the enemy's trenches-lor Ihe most yert lias been trained up- on where heavy batteries are bcjlev- cd to lie posted ivitu (lie object of putting IJiem out of action. In such a as u-hen tbv Germans on a narrow polui may number hundreds, it Is as necessary to destroy tlie cli- eroyV artillery as his LIEUT. KARTNEY. KILLED. 'London, May Hartney, 3'bnngcr son of James Hartney, of Toronto, born In Canada, and educat- ed at Upper Canada college sr.fl Tor- onto university, hss been Silled. He catnc to England with a Caiwdlar. in- fanlrj- battalion and was transferred to, the flying corps. During an action In the air on May 1. he was kllltd Instantly as Ihe suit-OCR'collision. Llcul. Harlney liras a native of Winnipeg; bis father, James llarmey, (or many years oc- cupied the portion o[ Manitoba 1m migration agent at Toronto. Ho was a former member of the legislature for Deloraloe. July Sent Chicago May July Sept 270 2M m 273 S24 190 it 238 1ST r- 3S3 226 190 V4 Winnip-9 Cash Prices 1 Nor.. .286 N'o. 3 Nor... 278 Xo. 5 Xcr-..2Jl. Feed i No. 3 C..W. 78 56 Xo. 2 Feed Harley No. 3 Rejected and Feed Flax- No. i N. w. c. Nfr. 2 C. W. NOTICE Peler Honertsan, rejceieil soldier, beg to notity the public thai tiara taken over the transfer buairres.i ol Edward King, and hope by ihc same slrlct attention lo all orders, io merit your patronage. Coal orders C.O.D., draying ol all kinds, also garden plow- Ing. Phone- 'nd Cell Work i Specialty 324 lllh St. S. 122-5 SO- 2 Xor...8S3 So.'4 Nor.. 2GG No. 6 Nor. .211 ...HO Xo. 3 C. W. 78 it 1154 Mason Risch Lteiled Otottt Vlclrolai, JKccorJt, viov fnsr Wutlo Musical .Merchznrflte, Mill Orderi Given Cirefu! Attention. Track Pflceo t ...2iGV Kar LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livntock Prices Wheat OaLs Flax Barley 5G .-.281 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, S-Sttc; choice cona. Select hogs, 100 lo 258 Ibs.. He. Choice hllltns wctlie'u, lie. Cbolce killing ewea, Ktn. The of a fievr aulomohilc n-heel lhal b resilient williout ualng pneumatic lires arc lelescoplng tubes containing springs, Ihc. spokca being connected with lateral springs it> pro- rigidity; Superior Supply Co. MINING, AND KAIIAVAV SUPPLIES AND KUUII'MILXT Emerson Fann Implements .SECOND AVENUE- 4 THIRTEENTH STREET, LETHUFIIDGE HENDERSON PAVILION Now Open .BOATING, REFRESHnfEMTS, ETC. Our English Khiiki 'Pillows fortwliidi' Have AvaHing since the New Year arrived this, morning. Our supply being limited, v.'C suggest that orders be placed without delay. .J. D. fiiginbotham S Co Tke olcftaln tr.ri >eU1l cVtml TELEPHONED NO, 132 I'robably tlte shorlcat mceiiiig nt (ho city council on record was1 held Ing Uelcrc The commissioners dfscusscd hrlef- ly the quesllpn of the parMng of aulos. Coinmissloner freeman" siijjgcJElcd that the matter was becoming somewhat to restrict Ihe-aulomobllhil corains lo former cables mention has utcn inaJc UilB niornlngi when iho council mot, ot ihe increase in number of the Ocr- 'read (he minutes of (he urcvtoas mccl- is' guns on this front.. That io-j ing, and resolution. crease continues, new batteries hav-; dp now adjourn." There was noth- becirreported. Our trenches and outposts on the plain beyond Vdny arc -a sliiuiag luark far these guns, thc-iiaturc of the country teiog %uch as to render it. difficult lo construct defensive positions "BiibjCcL !e aircraft from some point of the enemy's front. Tlie German lines are even heavy fire frqra_Vfmy HIdge, but conditions are still lieltcr whsn his guns can be ished. So all In swirls of gas and smoke our gunners hammer mrny. Hy dcjiig so (hey forte the enemy to divide bis "aUenlion- -'ieiwEen .pur Irenclies and gun position, tluis Im- proving conditions for tl'.e infantry. Expendtrjg of thella ,is cheaper than men's lives'. .-Meanwhile, reclamation of the tlevaElaLed region redeemed by the blood''ol our men proceeds. A few days ago at. one of these no In Is where in the early spring it meant death to shovr one's head above the Irench parapet. 1 saw thirty'One plow- jins and planting poLalocs In that part :of the field not "scarred tij" Irenclies. 1 In another JTiftltl could he seen an Fran dim an plowing, one of our sold- iers seeding and a young French wo- man harrowing. While the thunder of war sounds its lightning Haahca through tlie nfglit, the patient Jttdus- Iry oi the French peasants already Is bringing order from chaos ducing the greatly needed food stuffs, from Ihe ground (hat lias Iain desol-.t ate since Ihe autumn of 1914. crry AND DISTRICT A. O. F. Meeting. The A. P. Coart Star will meet tonight In. the Oddfellows Hall al S o'clock. tho cllylo tnulo so long UE lie ob- serves Vhe'ruTtfs or ihc roa'd. In any event. Hie dty has not men (o cntorre llie parking ot carp. Nothing uc for the nrestin. 18W, ,7. Friday, May JSth. al two o'clock, is Hip dale and the hour set for the Iieer- iiTg uf Ihe appeals asainst tlie assess- ment for the year. There nrc Uirce appeals which will be heard liy of the best .atlTfrtlsenicnts the city v OUMA TO CONVENE Pctrograd, via London, .May 3- Hums, It is announced, will ue convened In cxlraordin- session Imraedlately. This wll ho llG nrsl.thnc. thn Duma has met since Ihc' .revolution which overthrew Jno Homan- v otfs. v school taies on the properly oMlic r, Hurra Co.. anil llie CanAilian Wusieni Natural close our respective Jllleca on Saiilrrlay si 1 p.m. rlnrlng :he monlbs of May, June, July. August and September. 120-6 T. Marra. W. .M. J. Om.TOTi, T. Allen. Pic, Lackenby Home tl. cnlHferf with And .who 'returned from Englnml, has Iho other day reached borne from ihe Ogckn hospital 3i Calgary, !Io.Js In very bad heaUh, It Will Pay You To See Us FOR .'FIRST CLASS FURNACE WORK EAVETROUGH1NG, BARRETT SPECIFICATION 20 YEAR BOND -ftlETALLIC CEILING, CORNICE, SKYLIGHTS. WATER TANKS, CHIMNEY STACKS, BRICK TIES, ROOF JACKS COUNTRY WORK A SPECIALTY 1. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK. LETHBHIDGE Important Annoiuncemeht Arc opening A PIANO REPAIR AND TUNING DEPARTMENT under the of our factory experts from Toronto, who Is a piano'and organ many yAari1 citpcriBflcs, -You art cordially Invited, to consult ITS regarding any piano or organ work. Expert advice free of charge. ALL VVORK GUARANTEED, The Mason Risen Co. Ltd. PHONE 791 BALMORAL BLOCK School Concert. On May 11 al S p.m.. n concert will he Elvon'fn the nuilltorlutn oC Klcct- wood school. Tlie program will con- alet jit dfalogues, rcclUUons, Together witli .several numbers by the Kcstival Scliool Cliorua con- Oucted by Miss Waterman, Ag (Ms concert ia lo nil) hi sending thr School Chords 1o EdmonEon, a large filtcnd- ttiste EOllrUcd. Tlin r-dinlsalon I; y 2? cento, BD iic one pi the CaO pr.rson's required to fill tlio auditor- Electing Delegates. The Ullilmdgc convention lo dis- cuss Ihe Xar" problems and, nlhcr Iinncilanl matters In conncc. v.'ltli aftcr-llic-war la In session at Ihc Hoard of Trade building al iheMlmc til going to nrcsj, with n fairly large rcjireacntallon (rom-lne ells' and dlslrlct, The con- venllnn In chiefly Inlercslcd In choos- ing llie dclcifntc from l.cthrlclbf-c nnd to to Mil of 1) prnvlncral delegated nl the Dominion Ten other nt- convention nt Monlro.il. lend ific provincial convention en Savie die Ice Bill The Snowball Iceless Refrigerator r.s so.lrt on a .inoney. back gtiiirantce by tbc following in HICK-SEHL HARDWABE CO. TAYLO? CO. CONSUMERS HARDWARE CO, C, 0. HARDWARE BAWDEN FURNITURE i MART CO. ALSO. AT THE FACTOBV THIRTEENTH STREET N, ISM ioa (at out-of-town Utilities Co. Alfjicillns flghls In lerrilnry from Mnclcm) lo Tiibpr, sotiih lo Iho1 houndnry, nicfudlni; Maclcofl, arc lielil i ny and Simmons, Room 1, liryan Hlnclr. and Tnlier, Altn. I'rompt rcapoono lo mall crdcra or rtqfie.il'V ..for InfonM.nlo'n. ;