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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta TftR*PIANOS OF QUALITY Stplnw-ay, Nordbelmor, Now Scnlo Wtlliaras. Hainos Bros. Wo invite you to cur Sliow lusiioct llicin. AS3l(pointiuent from Mr. J. Irvine, of Calgary. The Knslgn Red Cross and Richmond Hill communities have united into a congregation and have secured aS their minister. .Mr. A. H. Hoyd. of Kdmonton. .^Ir. -Boyd will commence his ministry on Sunday. May .'nh. Tlie peopk- are to be congratulated upon �securing the services of so able a man as .Mr. Boyd. Large attendances are expected to greet his beginning of th:; work. O. v. Malmberg. who went to Blackic i:) years ago with a small outfit and casli. now has assets valued at over $:tnO.OOO. He has just purchased an li;."iOii acre stock and grain ranch which he will develop and improve, in addition to 130 acres of wheat land which he is now farming. -Voniinations for candidates to fill the vacancy on the village council caused by the resignation of .Mr. 12. J. Charters was held on Monday evening. Only one name, that of M�. George Btick. was proposed, so that does away with an election and .Mr. Buck takes his teat in the council of the city fathers. j Winnipeg.-Jlay S.-At to-day's niar-; ket the offerings were again very i laii;e and considerable quantities I were sold to the Wheat Export Com-' pauy for overseas. Kvlilently the high price during the winter has resulted in leaving larger stocks on hand than was anticipated, tints closed higher for .May and higher tor July. Uarley closed li^^s lower for May. Flax closed 1^ higher for .May and Ic higher for Inly. WINNIPEG MARKET. Open. High. how. Close. Oats- M.iy .... Sl>% 7S�i July..... TSi.; SO*! 77% Barlev- May .................... Flax-May. ... :i71i-2 -MiVj ,"mO July ____ 36(i-i ��!7S ;!7;)' Cash Prices. Oats- Xo. �-' C.W. ..Sl-'^s Extra No. 1 Feed Sl->s . .143-3 U74>i n7s .\o. C.W...7S:'i, ........... 7Svs No. J Feed-7".'% A STIRLIN^G fFrom Our Own Corrf-snoudPntl Stirling, May r,.-Miss May Snow spent Saturday in l.ethbridge. .Miss Amanda Pierson is in town, ihe guest of her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Pie-i-son. -Misses Vesta and Edna Holnian, of l.ethbridge, spent the weekand in town the guests of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. S..Holman. Mr. Howard J. Cunningham, telephone inspector, spent a few days in town last week. -Mr. and Mrs. Martin Madge, of .Milk River, spent a few days in town, the guests of .Mrs. .Madge's parents, .Mr. and .Mrs. F. Coffin. The Misses" Spackman, students in Leth'oridge, were the guests of their parents, .Mr. and Mrs. W. Spackman, for a few days. .Mr. Donald liolman was in Leth- .Vo. 1 Feed-75S;'i Barle.v- No. :i C.\V...140 No. 4 C.W. 13.". Rejected.......T.......____ 110 WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK. Winnipeg. May S.-The cattle and hog markets to-da5' were steady at unchanged prices. Receipts to-day numbered StK? cattl? and l,74i'> hogs. Butcher steers. $10.50 to Sl.').50.' heifers. SS..".� to $14.50; cows. $."1.25 to $13.50; bulls, $7.00 to $12.00: oxen. $7.iW to $12..j0: calves, $7.50 to $10. Hogs, selects, $1950; heavies. $1G to $17: sows, $15.50 to $IG.50: stags, ?S to $10; light, $IG.50 to $19. 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 CHOCOUATES, ASSORTED SPeclAL CANDIES. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson & Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT - \. Has Enlisted Jimmie ICerr. of the staff oC U. W. Wright's store has gone to Calgary to enlist. V Wants to Fly Geo. 'Watson of Milk River is in the city to join the flying corps. Horseman Here W. R. Lowes, the well known Calgary horseman. j5 in the city today. Casualties Pte. K4moto'of Macleod. is reported wounded today. Pte. Addorly of Macleod who was reported missing last year, is now presumed to have diod. United Coneregatioiial Meeting The Congregational social of the United church will not be held on Friday Jlny 10. but a week from that date Frida.v, :\lay 17. MombeVs and adherents pleacc.noto. Taxes in Effect !Mr. Wood, collector of inland revenue here, iuforms llie Ileiui,; that tue now taxes on lea, tobacco, etc., went Into effect on May 1st and ho is now busy warning the merchants thsit they must make tlio coilei^'tions. bridge .Monday. .Mr. Theodore Brandley has recovered from his recent illness. -Mr. \t. A. Davies made a business trip to Calgary last week. Miss Elinor L,ockhart has accepted a position In Port Ripp. Mr.^. C. Young was a \isltor In Lethbrldge Tuesday. Miss G. Bryner spent the week-end at her home in Raymond. Miss Elsie Adler, of Lethbridge, was the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. .\dk-r. for a fev,- days this week. Miss .Nellie Squirts, of Tyrello Lake, spent Sunday in to-R-n. .�^r. R. Burgman spent the week-, end at his home in Lethbridge. Mr. Louis Brandley spent Saturday in Lethbridge. i NEILSbN'S CHOCOLATES just arrived A shlf^ent of this well known make of Chocolatss. Every box la perfectly fresh.. ' For something to fill that sweet tooth, take a box of Neilson's homf. The Frank Hedley Drug Co. Phone 772' Drugs and Stationery Lethbridge, Alberta TIN & SHEET METALWORK ia done here with �the heat modem appliances. In addition We employ none hut skilled mechanics, thus enabling ua to fill any order in the heat manner in the ahorteat time. We shall be plcaaed to tako your order fur auytUing in our Hue from a cornice for the top to fluea for the cellar of your house. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co, ,REAR STAFFORD BLOCK_LETHBRIDGE, ALBEFtTA FARM LABOR We can supply farmers with experienced help. A number of men are on t^io ground waiting for work. W1R= OR PHONE The Beasley Employment Agency Truck Now's the time to get busy -^'With your spade. ;> ONION ^ETi, multipheTIs .SQUAW COilN, . ^TELEPHOSEi PEAS, . LAWN ORMiS SE�D, WHITE CLOVER SEED, ^ MacKENZlE'S  FERRY'S RENNIE'S SIMMER'S Seeds in Fv^ll Assortment \, J. D. Higiabotham & Co � Limited ..... Alberta's Pioneer Druggists* Wholesale and Retail Chemists, , TELEPHONE No. 322 fi/leeting Tonight The postponed monthlv meeting i the br ev very important business will '.nme up a full allcudauce of the inetubers is desired. :ii.e THAT YOVJ CANT GET AV/AV ST4Y wirn You SEE US BEFORE PLACING YOUR ORDER - FOR BARBED WIRE. - A full stock of both two and four point on hand. Better buy now, wire may be hard to gel later in the season. , Consumers^ Hardware Company PHONE 1212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH D!SPO�0C/i[ mm im luo posiponoti monmiy meetmg or j Of the 101 cases exnmiucd in Le:h- le Social Servi;^ Council of Loth-;,,.;,, i,o;,,.,i ,r review rldgC will be hold this (Wednesdnyl , rening in the Y. M. C. A. at S.;lO. As | .''^.'"^n reuchod_A-' uu.l LO Hospital Quarantined Owing to the illness with fever of one of the members of Gait I Hospital nursing staff the hospital has 'been placed under quarantine. How ' long the quarantine will last the hospital authorities were unable to fell the Mernld. The institution is crowded at the present time. reached 112. thus put ting tlie soldier ilass. i.'i in all in C. O. F. Notice The regular meeting of the Canadian Order of Foresters will be held in the K. of P. hall tomorrow night. The A'Z men are as follow.^: William Perry Kinkade. Cowley;-A1-. i iKM't ,lamos Bratz, Piniher Creek: ilor-scarlet | i,f Maurice Marcollus. Pinclier Crock; .�Mfred Thompson, Maycrnfl; John llervi'v Bechlcl. Twin Butte; I'dwiii .\iulrinv Robbins. Carniangay; Louis I'igl I'ashley; William Curtraell, Turin; V'^l'iiira Dougla-.i Hough. .Ia^'Ii-bridgo; James Chisholm, Barons; William Ollyor. Blalrmore; rasqu.ll Mal-lelto, Blairraorc; John Rerichs, Vale; Heinhold .Mclzer, Irvine; Godfrey An-! dr^w Miller. Walsh; Uenjamin Kien-zle. Hilda; John Vlaar, Vale; * Fred Campbell. Twin Butte; Patrick .1. Thursday. May Uth. at S p.ju. Import-i Foley,. Maycroft; George Louis Glad-ant business conc^erning every mem-' stone. Twin Butte; Joseph Fortiu. ber will be discussed, also delegate to ^ Pincher Creek; Lloyd Austin IDllicr, lush court please-attend. j Twin Butte; Jake Anklll, Piiulier Is Optimisti'c "^R. J. Hutchings of tho Great V.'cst Saddlery Co. is in the city today visiting the local branch of the concern. To the Herald he e."pressed the most optimistic feelings a.?- to the. west's prodiictlon campaign this year. "Tlie .................. _......._......._ , _....... . grain has all gone in in good shape, � winiam Lammers, Twin Butte; John wo are a couple oi weeks ahead of last! jnme.s RobinBon, Cowley; G?orgo E. yeai. and there is as yet no rea.soii to ; Hainex. Brockett; Arthur Bog Cruik- LORD PIRRIE, wlio was recently appointed to tho position of Controller of .Merchant RhipbulldinK. He was l)()ra in 1847, and has liPd a very successful career in commerce. _v . Station; Ernest Connolly, PiU'-her Station; Joseph Levesque, Dry Fork; James Culleii. DrumhoUcr; Cyril Uu-quenne. Cowley., The following were put in medical category B2. Jamas Mclntec,;- Mines; John l)a\id William. Beaver Mines; Kdw;'rd ANNOUNCEMENT Help to yecuro a proper milk station for-the babies of the city by attending Miss Attree's closing exercise class in the gymnasium room of tho V. .M. (". A. on Friday at 4.-1o.' .Ml, jiro-ceeds to go to this fund. Admission cry for rain. There to be optimistic." is every rcuson 110 Fifth St. S. Phone 645 1/ I ii r We are Selling Agents for the Moline Universal Tractor Imd can deliver a Tractor Today. Superior Supply Co. IF IT's ON the;war. KET, we HAVE/it, ilND THE best TO BE HAD. � WE DO BUSINESS BY PHONE. R, COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 492 23 �3 OUR SERVICE WILL BRING YOU BACK. WESTBROOKBROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal The Clean, Up-to-date,' Sanitary Qi-iop. Presentation to R. Farris j Last Friday afternoon at tlu; (liyj hiUl. a |)leasing eVent took place When ' the ccmmiKsioners and city hall staff | gatliercd to prosoiit to U. C. Farris, retiring irtMsuror, a. Wiilcii and fob. | iVA a token oi tlu'ir esteem. '1 lie iircs-j c.'i'.ation was mudo by Mayor Hanlic I and .VIr. Farris responded briefl.v as-! suring the staff of his kindly rekurds, : and thanking them for their token of | appreciation. shankks. Foremost; Neil B. Lehman, Pincher Cfeek; William George Cyr, Pi.iclier Creek; Charles Andersou, Bellevne; Walte- Collins. Hillcrest Mines; Manuel K. Russell, Ctirmaii-piiy; Oeorgo It. Young, Mountain View; Chester Srnitli, Pincher Creek; John Borosford. Bnlcket; Louis Born-ar,l Sorge, Pinclier Creek; ,lohn Good-fellow, Pincher Creek. For SALE: 300 bus! Marquis Wheat $2.50 bushel ' Were Stalled Owing to a bridge "going out" on 'the,Great ortliern Railway at Conrad, Mont., yesterday, .VUss iVlay Robsoii and her (oiiiP''"i5' wero luiable to get to Lethbridge to fill their .cngagomont at the Majestic lust night. :\lHnager Brown has reciMved � telegrams from Miss Robson's manager this morning, stating that the bridge has beou prtj-pured. and tliat the company v.ill rlvo this afternoon. One perforni-iince win be given tonight by Miss Robsoii. EAT. ARK-ET phone 796 1110 SIXTH-aVe, S. bus. Flax . $4.50 f.o.b. Nobleford V/E GUARANTEE THIS TO BE OF FIRST CLASS QUALITY J. HARRI? & CO. COMMANDER OF THE BRITISH] IN THE LYS VALLEY. General Sir Herbert Plum'er, of,tho I'ltig 1 Inoers, who conimailded. at Messines Ridge .when it was taken, has commanded In several theatres of tho war. But a shorl timy before the groat coup at .Messines, he commantled on.i of rho iVIesopotamia forces, ^'hore ho demonstrated his ability as a leader. Pictures of Home Folks Curry warinih and cpn\tort to "the heart ot'a^soldler. MAKE r-n APPblNTMENT ' l-ODAY. ' Smith's Studio .,90%a:yrd Ave. 8. P^gnt ^$7^^^ "�fill I The Twentieth Century Book Store 'EVERYDODY'S BOOK SHOP" DROP IN 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 . . HAVE YOU SEEN THE 'JACKDAW LOOSE LEAF LEDGER BINDER r noiviAS F. HOWl Oenornl IWanHg-i or, Bank of 't'oionto. Mr. Ho)V hna Just j comi;>leted 42 yeara of sorvlco with the Banlt of Toronto, Ho Joined tho staff as a boy of lU, (le has boon manager of branches at Qounanociuo, Hrookvllle, ' London, and served 17 yours at Mont raul. He becuniu tuueral inunnger in IfUl. ' Different to, Other Binders, BlnclB from 1 to 800 Sheets, EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVER ALL FRANKS SInnott Block, cor. 4th Ave. and &th St. Phons 1107 ;