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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I f Ml PIAN0t OP QUAUiTY tiew Scnlo We invite you to our Show Room to inspect SilNlidIA MUSIC 31Q LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WINDSOR PLAN MEALS PROM TO Ready for the Hot Weather With a Complete Line of Cooked Meats Delanys Meat fIFTH OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 EVERYMANS LIBRARY all thaUls all that has worn well in Englisl The true university in these a collection of The main idea of the Everymans Library is to make1 It easy for every one to obtain such a and net at small cost all that Is a that has worn well In English Cloth Binding 60c Leather Binding THE KENNY ALLIN NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Store PHONE 1487 FRESH STRAWBERRIES We have made arrangements to have daily express shipments coming in direct from This week and for the time bejng we will have California berries and as soon as the Oregon and Washington berries are on the market we will have Our prices will be guaranteed the lowest market prices all the HIGHCLASS GROCERS THE GOOD PHONE 625 MARKETS May great increase Jn farm land sales ali over Alberta Indicated by the amount of business passing through the land titles offices dn Edmonton and Calgary as reported to the provincial The show that there has been al ready this year an activity in this di the like of which has not been Jtnown since the boom days of IPIX 7n the first three months cf the pre sent year the combined receipts fifom incrtment and other fees at the land office were as oampared with for the same period of The increase has been particularly in the increment indicating that the sales have gone through at substantially advanced Higher prices than ever are beingasked and given and numerous cases are reported in which land that two years ago sold for 510 an acre is now changing hands at From to 30 is the prevailing figure in the northern part of the province though onesnie was made last week in flu Fort Saskatchewan district at a rec ord price of an In the south country sales of improved land at from to t75 are said to he every day To Farmers For Your Hep Phone1412 We have made usual ar rangements for farm help this spring and can take care of your orders promptly and satis HARRIS EMPLOYMENT AGENTS The monthly report of the sanitary inspector for the month of just shows that during the month 36 samples of water were eight the from the filters and I 14 from the tap in the city All eight from the river showed evidences of bacilli none from the filters showed any while two from the uptdwn top showed some evid average bacteria count from the river was from the fil ters 21 and from the uptown tap At the endtof the month there were no premises in During the month one place was put under modified quarantine for 36 for German and one for whooping The following are the milk tests Sanitary Conditions 75 points points 72 points 32 points May was very 1 little doing in the cash grain dejart menu onthe exchange at todays ses i The demand for barley i and flax was very and offerings wf re going through the clearing i houses to be placed against Oats closed four cents lower for May and 2 cents lower for linrley closed Flax closed 3 lower fd and five cents lower for WINNIPEG Open Close May 79 May R73 July 377 CASH PRICES Oats 2 Extra 1 Feed 1 Feed J 3 Rejected 120 Feed I 1 2 WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK May cattle and hog markets were steady at Mondays The receipts were 71 cattle and 1029 i Butcher to j to to to I 57 to stockers and 1 to veal to i to to 1 to 510 to PAGE AND SHAW Chocolates The Candy of Excellence We have just received a shipment of these most delicious candies in the following mixtures ASSORTED CHOCOLATES ASSORTED HARD CENTRE ASSORTED SPECIAL THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK LTD Successors Jackson Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Lawn Bowling A meeting of the executive of the Lethbridge Lawn Bowling Club will be held on the barracks green tomor row night at 8 Official Board The official board meeting of Wes ley church that was announced for to has been postponed for one May Elect Representatives On Sunday morning next in con nection with Wesley church Society representatives for the coming year will be Joins Artillery Ellison of the Motor Car Supply leaves Wednesday forTo where he has joined the artil Inspector George ranch inspec tor for Southern Alberta was in the city over lie is now inspect ing leases in this Butter Watt Felger Forbes Crystal Dairy Superior Devine 90 points 76 points WATER GLASS THE TRUTH ABOUT WATER GLASS There are three The 140 is a thick dissolves at the rate of 1 to the Imperial gallon of water will keep unfertilized eggs for two We have the grade approved by the Ontario College of Agri NOW is the time to nut eggs and dont forget to date the One Pound Cans each AT The Frank Hedley Drug Phone 772 Drugs and Stationery Alberta TIN SHEET METALWORK Is done here with the best modern In we employ none but skilled me Uius enabling us to fill any order in Uu belff manner In the shortest We shall he pleased to take your order for anything in our line fronj a cornice for the top to flues tor tho cellar of your The Dixon Sheet Metal Co REA8 STAFFORD BLOCK May Wek erle of having agreed to at tempt the formation of as was announced a royal rescript was yesterday in the official Gazette of con1 firming him in his post and instructj ing him to make proposals for recomj positions of the cabinet and for carry1 ing through tho Franchise Reform J project if FARM LABOR We can supply farmers with experienced A number of men are on the ground waiting fop WIRE OR PHONE The Beasley Employment Agency 110 Fifth 545 Garden Truck the to get busy your ONION MULTIPLIERS SQUAW TELEPHONE LAWN GRASS WHITE CLOVER MacKENZlES FERRYS RENNlES SIMMERS Seeds in Full Assortment 1 Higiobotham Co Pioneer Wholesale and Retail TELEPHONE 322 Lethbridge Trades and Labor Council The regular fortnightly meeting will be held in Labor Hall tomor row Wednesday evening at 8 Delegates are asked to attend as im portant business Owns Large Holdings Mark Wilson of is in the city Wilson is a Minnesota banker but he also owns large land holdings in the vicinity of Coaldale which are under Funeral Services The funeral services of Arthur Kropmack were held from the resi 629 19th at 2 oclock yesterday Snow offic Interment was made in Augustines Electrical Goods Electric Electric Hot Water Electric Electric Warming Electric Chafing Electric Boudoir Electric Electric Electric Heaters three Electric Light all sizes in Nitro and ordinary x INSPECT OUR COMPARE OUR YOU WILL NOT BE URGED TO Consumers9 Hardware Company PHONE 1212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH SOME The rain commenced to fall in Lethbridge district this after and gives eVry prospect of a steady WILL TAKE Death of Welling Lad jlied in the city on May Lewis Lebnal aged 19 son of and Shumers of The remains Will he for warded from Fetterlys parlors on this afternoons train to where interment will lake Paid Fine Mike Phillips of Commerce ran foul of the on Saturday with more than the allotted amount of liquor in the He paid and costs on conviction by A Weary Willie was fined and costs at the same time for to We are Selling Agents for the r Moline Universal Tractor and can deliver a Tractor Superior Supply Co IF ITS ON THE MAR WE HAVE AND THE BEST TO BE WE DO BUSINESS BY COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 492 THE TAX ON TEA OUR SERVICE WILL BRING YOU WESTBROOK Opposite Bank of Montreal The Sanitary May duty on tea provided by the budget was the sub ject of criticism by He said this tax would bear harder on the poor people than on the The poor people pur chased the cheaper grades of but they had to pay the ten cent tax just as the richer who bought more expensive Campbell expressed disappoint ment that I ho government had not seen fit to if not to remove the duty on agricultural Tho income thought Camp bell wus not sufficiently Ho felt that UIR country could stand a greater taxation and that the people willing to pay It at tho present The tiixes in Great Hriimln were very much higher than in the Iniess the people were willing to pay tpxes we would hand down a trnmontious debt to pos terity us a of the Tho natural nisoiucejf of said should bo devel oped In order to hnlfi with the growing national In I he north urn parts of the western provinces thoro were reiourccn which were un dreamed The i instruction of the Hudson Bay Railway tended to de velop certain of these resources and ho assured tho house that the west was unanimous in Its approval of this The Hudson Railway would give Canada pceanxport and would open up a territory which hud been found tajie Hundreds the under world In Philadelphia havti fled from the city niuce the protecting power of the ias KMiv f 5 For Red Cross The of tlifi Red Cross Society acknowledges with thanlts Donation of from the Girls of Crystal Lake per William Also donations of and from McMIlleu and Miss Mary Dunlop for Prisoners of War From Own Con May April a memorial service was hold in the church at Orion for Private who enlisted with tho 175th Private Blaltley was sevely wounded and died on tho way to hospital somewhere in Robertson preached an appropriate the subject being Clixah thft in a Desponding Special singing by the which included the dead soldiers favorite Will there be any stars In my crown Much sympathy is felt for his as she haslost both hor sons tin France this Blakley homesteaded 1 mile west of Orion Townslte was wejl known and re spected in the Half Section The south half section of one mile oast of Orion town has been sold and already rockpicking has started with the hope of getting in some crop this The Consolidated School lias now both rooms used for about ifl scholars are in regular Miss who has taught school for Six Six and other schools com menced under the ftew board on The Mounted Police accept re cruits until May This was an nounced by Pennefather today so that there will still be opportunity for those who wish to up with this magnificent cavalry Card of Thanks and Brooks wish to thank their many friends for their many kindnesses in their sad bereavement and especially 1241 BIRTHS and Harvey on May a and 634 9th on May a 1241 ANNOUNCEMENTS 1 Dont forget the big dance tonight in Burgmanns 13th Dancing from nine to Miss Arnolds Dow Island Gets Lawyer Bow Island Review Bow Island Is to have legal advice first recently arrived here from the north country and after looking the town and country over de cided would He has taken over the residence south of the truck formerly occupied by f Exemptions j The exemption appeal of has been allowed till 1st Iron allowed till 1 Henry far allowed till Issues Warning In fining McNulty yesterday for appropriating a motorcycle not his own for joyriding trate Irwin took occasion to issuo a warning which should have u salutary effect on those who appropriate oth ers cars without lie Impress ed upon McNulty the necessity of the practice being if contin it would lead to a charge of theft laid agaiitHt him with the probable re sult of hla being confined for a term in the jail here as tho only means of stopping such practidcs which are be coming altogether too Funeral of Infant The funeral of Plilllls in fant ciuiightor of and took plane from ho home of and 1221 7th Rouih to Cyprians church then to the AuguutinH Tho floral offerings were father nnd sister from and Khar heart from Stowe arid Lily and Fred Sharland nnd U Knapmun SI owe and Altken FAMILY PORTRAITURE Ma lie it an annual duty to yourselves to have your child rens photo You will bo creating abiding pleasures for your later Smiths Studio 906 Third Phone 1471 M ARLOWS ARKET 796 SIXTH For SALE 300 Marquis Wheat bushel 600 Flax Noblefond WE GUARANTEE THIS TO BE OF FIRST QUALITY HARRIS The Twentieth Century Book Store EVERYBODYS BOOK SHOP DROP IN 614 FOURTHyVVENUE PHONE 613 Office Equipment Office and Typewriter Filing Agsnti fort Woodstock Dicks Check Standard Envelope Sealer and Burroughs Adding x Stock Seals end Stock Certificates A FULL LINE OF OFFICE EVERALL FRANKS Ginnctt 4th Aveand 5th Phone 1107 ;