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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PIANOS OF QUAl-iTY Stclnway, Norfllieltnor, New Snilo Williams. Haines Bros. We invito you to our Show lloom to Inspect them. A38INIBOIA MUSIC CO., Lid. Phore 1548, 315 6th St. S., Lethbridge. Alta. LETHBRIDGE HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR -> _ _ _ _ _ ' EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 8.00 A.M. TO'8.00 P.M. ' GRAIN FED MUTTON PORK and BEEF ALL FRESH KILLED AND RAISED LOCALLY. OUR WEEK END SPECIALS Delanys Meat Co. flFTH ST. 3. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 EVERYMAN'S LIBRARY "The true university in these days," said Carlyle, "is a collection of books." The main ide,t\of the "Everyman's Library" is to make it easy for every one to obtain sucli a collection, and get at small cost all that is good, all that has worn well in English literature. Cloth Binding............. 60c Leather Binding ........... $1.00 THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL ^^/r^^g/^, Store PHONE 1437 FRESH RHUBARB. 4 lbs. for.............. 25c CABBAGE, good solid heads, per lb......... 5c CABBAGE, New California slock, per lb...... 8c GREEN ONIONS, per bunch ................. 8c ASPARAGUS, per lb....................... 25c HOT HOUSE CUCUMBERS, extra fancy, price each .................................... 35c Smaller size, at each ..................... 30o FRESH CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRIES. We ex-pect an extra quantity for Saturday. Lowest market price. APPLES. Extra quality Yellow Newton Pippins and Wincsaps. Per case ................. $3.50 Per pound ............................---- lOc ORANGES, per dozen......25c, 50c, 60c and 70o RIPE TOMATOES, per lb...................35e POTATOES, Extra dry mealy stock, per owt. $2.50 POTATOES FOR SEED. We still have a fsw Gold Coin to sell. TURNIPS, 15 lbs. for ...................... 25c P.^RSNIPS, 6 lbs. for....................... 25c ONIONS. Extra good stock. Just In, per lb. ... 5c SEEDS of nil kinds, In bulk and In packages. Make your selections now while they are to bo had. ONIONS FOR PLANTING. Multipliers, per lb. 20o OLEOMARGARINE, per lb..................40c GINGER SNAPS, 2 lbs. for................. 33c BOILED HAM, Sliced, per lb................60o OX TONGUE, Sliced, per lb................ 70o FINEST ONTARIO CHEESE, per lb.........30c COFFEE. The government has placed a tax of 5c on green coffee. For the present our prices ar^ still as they were. HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 5 2 5 o : FOOD SUBSTITUTES ? > > > : : � : ? : > > There are ftill some people in Can-. aiia who ask: Is there really .shortage of food i!i Europe? This i.s .almost iaercdihle in view of existing londitions. Exports ot wheat from ihis continent since January 1st have liean far below the IS.000.000 bu.�hels monthly which were promised, and in-rrcased e.xport of wheat stihstitutes has not been sufficient to make up the deficit. The United Slates and Canada alone have tlie "t-apacity to relieve the need overseas and Europe looks to us for help. In order to save w'leat as we should T.'e must have .sati.sfaciory substitutes and ranking high among these i.-? our plentiful supply of vegetables. L'nder the present circumiiiances of acute food shortage overseas, it is nothing short of criminal that we should neglect to make full use of this available slock of food stuff. If it is to be used at; all, wo must use it during the next foaw weeks. At this season of th( year everyone is thinking of garden-inic and ot growing more vegetables To Farmers For Yo.ur Help Phone 1412 We have made our usual arrangements for farm help this spring and can take care ot your orders promptly and satisfactorily. ^ } J. HARRIS & CO. ElVtPLOYMENT AGENTS than .ever before, for the success of last year's war gardens gave a clear indication of what iiiight be done in the saving of wheat and meat by the tr.^e growth and use of vegetables. But while wo are putting down our IIUS crop why not use up what still remains of last .vcar"s crop? There are still available Isirge stocks of potatoes, onions, carrots and turnips, all sp'.enUld food, and a more general use of them would prevent waste and, at the same time, would enable us to send more wheat and meat to our solditrs and Allies. The potato is the mos'. adequate and logical substitute fo-- 'bread. Every kind of vegetable that we use nicaug a saving in meat and flour. We have large supplios'on hand of carrots, onions, potatoes and other root vegetables and they are available at moderate prices. Xow is the time to use tli-jm before lettuce, radishes and the other spring vegetables begin to show themselves above the ground. This sort o! thing is the test of our patriotism, for it would be poor service to those who are fighting for us if we were to allow large quantities of vegetables to go to waste while our Allies are in dire need of foods which we could v.'cU spare. Winnipeg, May II.-TJip short weekend session ,on the local market was very quiet and grain trading was small. Offerings of oats were light and the premium on No. 2 C.W. was 1-4 cent over the May, futures, being l-4c lower than Thursday and Friday prices. Spreads on other grades were unchanged. Government buyers were taking the bulk of Xos. 3 and 4 barley, and at certain points 1-Sc higher was being paid. Offerings ot lower grades 'were practically nothing with no ij^quiries. � Demand for cash flax was better, with offerings light and spreads unchanged. Oats-^ Mav..... *July..... Barley-May ..... Fln.v- Mav..... July ..... Winnipeg Market Open. ......... 79 .......... 79 373'/4 377% Close. 7S 139-^1 370 U 374 WILL ACCEPT Otfawa. May H.-WTiile no official announcement has been madi- by the minister ov militia, it is understood that ArchWs-bop Mathieu ot Regina. was nominated by Cardinal Begin, as director of chaplains for the -Roman CathoJtc Troops overseas, has decided to accept the post and will go overseas shortly. Cash Prices Oat.s- N'o. 2 C.W... 7SU Extra No. 1 feed Xo. 1 f^ed.. 72 Barley- Xo. 3 ......140 Flax^ Xo. 1 X.W.C...... ' Xo. 2 C.W.. .SG'i'i Xo. 3 C.W-.  75 ............. 75 Xo. 2 feed.. G9 Xo. 4 ......135 ............370 U Xo. 3 C.W...345'4 SUNDAY HOURS V Our store is open tomorrow for the following hours:  AFTERNOON 2 to 4 o'clock EVENING 7 to 9 o'clock THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson & Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock .Building CITY AND DISTRICT Personal Mention Jaa. Dolun is'a Montana visitor in the city. His homo is in Conrad. J. 11. Wallace is In the city from his big ranch southeast o� tho city. For Red Cross. Tho Hon. Trens. Ked Cross Society, acknowledges with Uumlca a donation of 1200 from the Milk Rivor Rod (^ross Society, per Mrs. R. B. Smith, Rec. Sec. Jas. McCaig Visitor. Jas. McCaig, editor of publications for -(he Provincial Government, was in tlift city Thursday. Ho is visiting a number of points in the south, par-ticnlarly in connection with consolidated schools. Joins Navy. Mr. .Tack Lee, ot the local C. t*. \\. telegraph office, went to Calgary yesterday and enlisted In tho navy. He, will leave early next week for Victoria, B. C, to go in training there. The Saskatchewan branch o; the Canadian Press association i,^ in convention at Saskatoon, with Presidet'.t J. H. Woods, Calgary, attending. W. G. Gates, Moose Ja �? : '> o '>!'> : ^ � I am the first and last ot all industry. I feed the v.'orld. 1 water the world. I clothe tho world. I house the world. The birds of tho air. the beasts ot the forest, the fish of tho sea, the flowers ot the field, nil are mine. Without ray mines, qn.irrie.'!. forest.s and fields, there would be nothing to sell and no one to .buy. 1 provide for SoT't people than all t'ao other industries of tho world.- Without mo there could ho no labor; there could bo no capital. Tho butcher, the grocer, the baker, the merchant, alllook to me for their supplies, Tho wool broker, the cotton broker and the grain broker would have no business but for mo. Not a spindle would turn-not a mill would grind-not a furnace would blast, were it not for mo. Armies can bo no .stronger than my provisions make them. I am the industry that never falls to declare and pay a goodly dividend. From ray materials are pro(ruccd tho coltBgG.=;, the books, and'the prints. I make possible tho art ot the world. My playgroundi.*make possible tho sports ot the world. I make the health and sti;ength ot the world. 1 am tlrfe one ho-spltal in which all men are equal. It in to me the brain-fagged turn when they want llio relief they must have from the battle-cry ot lite. 1 sustain all life. Tbo mother gathers from me the nourishment for lier I'abc. The old plead tor my herbs to pre ong life. And at last, the dead come to me for the eternal rest. I am AGRICULTURE. From Agricultural Advertising. McMaster University conferred tho degree of O.D. upon ^tov. A. N. Mar-slmll. Ottawa, llev. T. T. Shields, Toronto and Rev. John .McNeill, Toronto. COURT UNITY, A.p.F. ARE HOLDING A Social AND Dance in Burgman's Hall, on Wed. Next May 15th, at 8.30 i Prices......50 i The proceeds In aid ot a fund for sending tobacco, etc to enlisted members ot Court-Uniky:^ Good MOsic Refreshmrfhts CQLLEGIIQ^B! CONSULTING ACCpUNTANT AUDITS AND STATEMENTS RENTS COLLECTED GENERAL BUSINESS SERVICE ARLOW:S EAT. .. ARKET PHONE 798 1110 SIXTH AVE. 8. For SALE 300 bus. Mar^is Wheat $2.50 bushel 600 bus. Flax ... $4.50 f.o.b. Nofaleford WE GUARANTEE THIS TO BE OF FIRST CLASS QUALjTY J. HARRIS & CO. -----i_ the Twentieth Century Book Store V "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" JDROPi IN 1 THE R. C FARRIS SERVICE AGENCY B14 FOURTH-AVENUE PHONE 613 Phone 1031 HAVE YOU SEEN THE WATCH FOR PLACE AND DATES 'JALKDAW LOOSE LEAF LEDGER BINDER Different to Other Binders. Binds from 1 to 800 Sheets. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVERALL & FRANKS SInnott Block, cor. 4th Ave. and 6th St. Phone 1107 is � il ;