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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta \ THE PIAN6s of quality Stelnway, Nordbeimcr. Ne-,v Scala Williams, Halnos Bros.Wc invite you to our Show Woom to inspect tliem. A83INIB0IA MUSIC CO.. LTD. Phone 154C$, 31S 6th St, 3., Lethbridae, Alta, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD] HOTEL WIN DS OR ' european plan meals froivi 6.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m. Ready for the Hot Weather With a Complete Line of , 'Cooked Meats Detanys Meat Co. FIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE D.'.LLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 - FRESH STRAWBERRIES - ?| We have made anangemei\ts to have daily express shipments coming in diiect fiom Spokane. This week and for the time beang Vv'e will have California berries and as soon as the Oregon and Washington hemes are on the market we will have those. Our prices will be guaranteed the lowest market prices all the time. - � EVERYMAN'S LIBRARY till that^is Qood, all that has worn well in EnglisI litcr.nture. "The triie university in these clays." said Ccriyle. "Ss a collection of booly us -'^l^t a rec-j Old price of $75 an acre, in tlie 5uutli. country sales of improved land at from to ?7r> are raid to l-c every day occurrences. imm m. To Farmers For Your He!p Phone 1412 We have made .our usual arrangements for farm help this Bpriag and can take care of your orders promptly and satisfactorily. J. HARRIS & CO. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS The monlhly report of the ."anitary inspector for the month of April, just issued, shows that during the montii . AG samples of water were tp.=:te,l. oi^hi I ;'rom the river^l4 from the filters and It from the tap'in the city offices. All eight from the river siiovv-od evidences of bacilli coli. none from the filters showed any evidence, while t-.vo from the uptown tap showed some evidence. The average bacteria count from the river was 2S.=i. from the filters i'l and frona the uptov,-n tan 19. At the ondiof the month there were no premises iu quarantine.^^ During the month one place was put under modified quarantine for measles. .10 for German measles, and one for whooping cough. Tlie following are the milk tests: Winnijicp. M.^y 7.-There was very litt'.e doiu!: in the cash grain de-);\i-t-nienis ini (he exchange at today s session 'i'lie demand lor oats, barley and iia.\ was very light, and offerings wtre ,i:oiiig through the clearing houses to be placed against contract. Oats closed four" cents lower tor May and cents lower for July. linrley dosed uuchaugcd. Flax closed o'j lower tot May and five cents lower for July. WINNIPEG MARKET. Dats- Open May ...................S3U July...................Sl'i iJarlcv- Mav......................... Flax-May ..................372 July...................380 CASH PRICES Oats- No. 2 C.\V...Sli4 No.'3 C.W.. Extra No. 1 l-^ed ........... Close . .ISO r,7s 377 .\'o. 1 Feed . .7o>; Barley- No. L' r.W.. .1.^0 Rejected ----ILO Flax-No. 1 C.W...:'.7i No. 2 Feed. 7S1.1 .7SU [�It No. 3 C.^Y.. Feed .......IIR No. 2 C.W...;'.70 WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK "Winnipeg, .May 7.-The cattle and hog markets were steady at Monday's prices. The receipts were 71 cattle and 10"i> hogs. Quotations- Kuloher slocrs, SlO.oO to ?1.").5( ; iicifer.s, JS..-.0 to $14.50; cows, CO $i;;..";0; huUs. $7.ri0 to .?1L'; oxen. �;7 to $lJ.o0; Blockers and feeders, i^S..'!,' to Jll: veal rnlve.s, S7.50 to %U). Hogs-Selects, ?lU..in; heavies. v.O to -?17: sows. Sl-"'...')0 to $tti..V); stags. .?S to ?10: lights, J1(1..J0 to ?19. PAGE AND SHAW Chocolates The Candy of Excellence We have just received a shipment of these most deHcious candies in the following mixtures: ASSORTED CHOCOLATES," ASSORTED HARD CENTRE CHOCOLATES, ASSORTED SPECIAL � CANDIES. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD: Successors ta Jackson & Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Lawn aowllng A meeting of the executive of the I-othbrldgo Lawn Bowling Club will be held on (ho barracks green tomorrow night at 8 o'clock. Official Board Tho official board meeting of Wesley church thut wa.s announced for tonight, has been postponed for one week, Tuesdav, Jlav 14. Elect Representatives On Sunday morning next in connection with Wesley church Societv representatives tor the coming year will be elected. Joins Artillery L. C. Ellison of the Motor Car Supply Co, leaves Wednesday for-Toronto, where ho has joined tho artillery. SE REF Watt ...... Felger..... Forbes ____ Butterwlck .. Hishop..... Crystal Dairy Superior .. > Lloyd, Devine Butter faf. ____ 4.2';. .... 4.1'";-.... :i.S% ... 3 4 '"vi ;; �� points !i4 points 72 points S2 points 'JO points 7C points ! Amsterdam. May 7.-Premier Wek-' erle of Hungary, havin.? Tigveed to at-; tempt the formation of a,new cabinet.' ! as wu.s announced recently, a royal \ res( ript was published yesterday in j the official Gazette of Budapest, con-\ firming him in his post and instructing him to make proposals for recom-positions of the cabinet and for carrying through the Franchise Reform project if possible. WATER GLASS THE TRUTH ABOUT WATER GLASS There are three gmdes, 140%. l.^OTc 110%. The 140<~:- is a thick preparation, dissolves at the rate of 1 lb. to the imperial gallon of water will keep unfertilized eggs for two years. We have tho J40',c grade approved by the Ontario College of .\gri-cuKure. NOW is the lime to nut eggs down and don't forget to date the containers. One Pound Cans ,20c each AT The Frank Hedley Drug Co. Phono 772 Drugs and Stationery Lethbridge, Alberta .1 TIN & SHEET METALWORK ia done here with the best modern appliances. In uddiliofT' We employ none but skilled mechanics, _Uius enabling us to fill any order in tiia bcSt manner 'in the shortest time. We shall be pleased to take your order for anything In our line from a cornice for the top to flues lor tho cellar of your house. I The Dixon Sheet Metal Co |r R EA ^TAFFOR D B LOG K L ET H B RI DC E. ALBEftTA* FARM LABOR We can supply farmers with experienced help. A number of men are on tha ground waiting for work. WIRE OR PHONE The Beasley Employment ^ Agency 110 Fifth St. 8. Phone 845 Raiich Inspector George H. Cloakoy. ranch inspector for Southern Alberta was Ln the city over Sunday. lie is now inspecting louses in this district. Lethbrldge Trades and Labor Council The regular fortnightly meeting will be held in the Labor Hall tomorrow (Wednesday) evening at S o'clock. Delegates are asked to attend as important business will,be considered. ; We are Selling Agents for the Moline Universal Tractor and can deliver a Tractor Today. Superior Supply Co. IF IT'S ON THE MAR-KET, WE HAVE IT, AND THE BEST TO BE HAD. WE DO PHONE. BUSINESS BY. R/COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 492 " OUR SERVICE WILL BRING YOU BACK. WESTBROOKB^OS. Opposito Bank of Montreal The Clean, Up-to-date'i Sanitary Shop. Garden Truck Nov/'s the tirAe to get busy v/ith youv spade. '�' ONION SETS. ,MULTIPLIERS SQUAW CORN,; TELEPHONE PEAS. LAWN GRASS SEED, WHITE CLOVER SEED, MacKENZIE'S ' ''. FERRY'S RENNIE'S SIMMER'S Seeds in Full Assortment J. D. Higioboliiam & Co Limited - Alberta't Pioneer Oruoo'***" Wholesaie and Retail Chemlati. f elephone No. 322 CRIIICIZESIHE ^ iWIAXONIEA Ottawa, :\Iay 7.-The duty on tea provided by tho budget was tho aub-Jecl of criticism by J. A. Campbell, Nelson, Man. lie said this lax would bear harder on the poor people than on the rich. Tho poor people jmr-chased the cheaper grades of tea, but they had to pay tiie ten cent tax just as tho richer people who bought more expensivo brands. Mr. Campbell expressed di.sappoint-monl thai tho governmeht hud not seen fit to decrease. It not to removo completely, the duty on agricultural ImplcmentH, Tho Income tax, thought Mr. Cainp-holl was not sutfirlenlly large. Ho tell that llu! country could stand a greater taxation and tliat the people were willing to pay It at tho presont time. The taxes' in ' Great Hrllialn wero very much lilgher than in the Dominion. Uuies.H the people were willing to pay higher, tfixcswe would hand down a tremendous debt to posterity as ii result of the war. Tho naUiral rosourceif of Canada, said Air. Campbell, should iio developed In order to hnlfi cop.i with the growing national debt. In Ihe north-orii parts of the ^lestorn provinces llioro were re^onrrcs which wore undreamed of. The r rinstruction of tho Hudson Bay Railway tended to develop certain of these resources and-lio .assured tho house that the M'oal was unanimous in Its approval of this work. Tho Hudson �Ha.Y, Railway would give Canada a;'new'ocean ,port and would open up a territory which �hud been.tQuntl lu/die,y^ry. rich. Hundreds o!' the under ' world Jn Piiiladelphia liavd fled from .llio city bIik'h tho jjiotectriig "power of the ;ioUtitteiia ia.s gouf�, I j '.' . ,5' Owns Large Holdings :\lark E. Wilson of .Minneapolis is in the city today. Mr. Wilson is a ."\Iinne.sotu banker hut he also own.s largo land holdings in the vicinity ot Couldale whicli are under cultivation. Funeral Services I The funeral services ot Arthur Kropmack were hokl from the residence. o29 19th St. north, at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Rev. Snow officiating. Intormoiit was made in St. Augustine's cemetery. Eiectrical Goods Electric Grills, Electric Ovenettes, Electric Hot Water Bottlesi Electric Warming Pads^ Electric Chafing Dishes, Electric Boudoir Sets, Electric Toasters, Electric Irons, 'Electric Heaters (three styles), Electric Light Bulbs, all sizes in Nitro and ordinary istyles. . / INSPECT OUR STOCK, COMPARE OUR PRICES. YOU WILL NOT BE URGED TO BUY. Consumers' Hardware Company PHONE 1212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH SOME RAIN. Tl*e rain commenced to fall In Lethbrldge district this afternoon, and gives eVery prospect of a steady fall. Death of Welling Lad There ^died in the city on Alay G, Lewis Leonal Shumers, aged 1!) years, j son of .Mr. and Mrs. M. Shumers ot I Welling. The reiiiains w'ill lio for-1 warded from Fetterly's parlors on this afternoon's train to Raymond, whete interment will take place. Paid $75 Fine :Mike Phillips ot Commerce ran foul oC the A. P. P. on Saturday with more liian the allotted amount of linuor iu tlie house. He paid S'a and costs on conviction by AVm. Slmp.son, J. P. A Weary Willie was fined $10 and costs at the same time for refusing to work. For Red Cross The Hon. Treas. of tlin Red Crn�& Society acknowledges wnth thanlts: Donation of S3.50 from the Girls of Cry.sta! I^ake per .Mr. William Ingram. Also donations of $21.00 and ?.').00 from Mr.s. W. V. McMlllen and Miss Mary Diinlop respectively, for Prisoners of War Funds. SHELOAIOiN (From Our Own Con'Sronrlcnt) Orion, .May :i.-On Sunday. .-Vpril SSth. a memorial service was held in tlie church at Orion lor Private ^V. i;. Ulakley, who enlisted with the 17."itii UatlalKn. l^rivatc lilaldey was stvely wounded and died on tiie way to liospital comowltero in France. Rev. Dr. F. U. Robertson preached an appropriate sermon, tlie subject being ��|;iizali thft Prophet, in a Desponding Mood." Special singing by the choir, whicii included the dead soldier's favorite song, "Will there he .any stars in my crown'/" Much sympathy is telt for Mrs. Wliitc. his mother, as slio ha3--lost both her sons in l'"'ranco this spring, Pte. Blakley home.stoftded 1 mile west ot Orion Townsite was wejl known and respected in tlie district. Half Section Sold. The soutli half section of 8-(i-C, one mile oast ot Orion town lias been sold and already rock-picking has started with tiie hoi)c ot getting in some crop this year. Tlie Consolidated School has now 'both rooms used for teaching, about :