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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta hi r i i � I. 1. I.. 11 PI if f ft-? 1 I THt PIANOS OF QUALiTY Stclnway. Nordbctmer, New Sc�lo WlUtams. Haines Bros. We Jnvlte you to our Show Uoom to inspect theni. AS8INIB0IA MUSIC CO., LTD. Phone 154H, 315 6th St. S.. Lethbrldge, Alta. Jiji LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD! A HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PUAN MEALS FROM 6,00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. For Wash Day COOKED MEATS, SAUSAGES AND PORK PIES Try some tomorrow if you overlooked it today. Delanys Meat Co. riFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 EVERYMAN'S LIBRARY "The true unlvartlt)^ In theM days." said Carlyle, "Is a collection of books." The main idaa of the "Everynnan's Library" is to make' It easy for every one to obtain such a collection, and get at small cost all that I* good, all that has worn well In English literature. , Cloth Binding............. 60c Leather Binding ...........91.00 THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL ^t^a^s store PHONE 1487 REGISTRATION IS KELYJ0NE22ND Must Be Thorough and Complete-Want Many Voluntary Workeig Ottawa, May 13.-Provided the many and Intricate details of organ-dzatlon can ba completed la time, Sat-wday. June 22nd will be the day upon which general regiatriition wMl take place. The registration board is putting forth every eirort to make the machinery simple and effective and it is anticipated that voluntary assistance will be rendered on a con-Eiderable scale. Two points are emphasized in connection with the registration. First and foremost is the necessity of making the registration complete. In addition to the obvious objects to be erred by -thorough and efficient To Farmers For Your Help Phone 1412 We have made our usual ar-raogemants tor farm help this BprJns aod oas take car� of your omen promptly and satla-factorliy. J. HARRIS & CO. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS work it Is pointed out that it the war continues It may be necessary to have recourse ^o the rationing system in which event the facts obtained through registration will be of great value. The second point is that the information obtained shall be immediately available and be made to servo a practical and beneficial purpose. With this object in view it is suggested that provincial and municipal labor bureaus and all parties desiring labor should obtain information direct from their local registrars on the day of registration as to the available labor supply in a particular locality. Ascertaining in this way particulars of labor conditions before the cards are returned to Ottawa will avoid delay and should assist materially in satisfying labor requirements. 60LSHE1I GROWS Pekln, Thursday, May 9.-Official announcement has been made at Harbin that General Semenoff, leader of the movement in Siberia against the Bolsheviki, had advanced along the trans-Siberian railroad as far as Ad-rianovak, west of Onon River, having restored the bridge across the river which the Bolsheviki destroyed. In a proclamation. General Semenoff has assured the people of trans-Bakalla that his movement is not counter-revolutionary, but is intended to restore lawful freedom. JIany Russian .soldiers from Siberia are reported to be joinlns General Semenoff. WEATHER Winnipeg, May 13.-Yesterday the weather was cool and partly cloudy throughput the west. In some eectlons of Manitoba there were slight traces of snow and some rain. Fair weather isvforecasted for today and Tuesday �With rising temperatures. DANDRUFF HEDLEY HAS THE CURE We 'have received so many,favorable reports during this week on HARRIS DANDRUFF CURE AND HAIR TONIC �That we ere tnore than ever satisfied we have a preparation ol merit. It J3 not sticky, greasy nor corrosive. $1.00 per bottle The Frank Hedley Drug Co. Phone 772 Drugs and Stationery Lsthbridg^, Alberta- Let McClary's Sunshine Furnace be Your Choice It supplies healthful heat-and plenty of it. Keeps the whole house warm and cosy. Saves coal, too, because its wide air passages, large radiating surfaces, grates, fire-pot, and dampers, were all designed and constructed with the view of economical heating. If you Have five or ten Ij* minutes to spare call and see this splendid �Cl furnace and get a free estimate on heating your home the satisfactory " Sunshine" way. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK_LETHBRIDGE, ALBEKTA Specials for Tomorrow and Wednesday I gold coin Seed potatoes. We had another shipment just In. Now i* the time to get your pot.itoes for planting, onions for planting. Multipliers. |.u Special, per lb........ .............. Id.C YELLOW NEWTON PIPPIN APPLES. Extra fine etock. Per case ........... OLEOMARGARINE. Finest quality. Special, per lb................... 3.50 35c HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 52 5 MARKETS WINNIPEG MARKET. Oats- Open Close Hay...................79 S0% July ...................TT-^s TS's Barley- -May ..........................13S Flax-May..................369 369 M: .Uily..................373 375 CASH PRICES. Oats- .\o. 2 C. W.. .SO's No. 3 C. W.. .77-, lixtra 1 Feed..................775g Xo. 1 Feed..74^8 No. 2 Feed..71^g Barley-No. 3 C. W...1-10 No. 4 C. \V...135 Rejected ..................... 110 Feed................... 105 Flax-No. 1 N.W.C. 369Vi No. 2-C\V. S6l5',-i No 3 C. \V...................34J\i. Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg, May 13.-Best quality butcher cattle were steady today at unchanged prices. Low grada stuff was slow at easier prices and stockers and feeders were slow. There i?, very little demand at present from outside. Thv hog market was steady. Receipts 1,250 cattla-and 1,100 hogs. Quotations: Butcher steers $10 to $15.50; heifers $S to $14; cows 55 to $12.50; bulls $7 to $11.50; oxen $7 to 12; stockers and feeders 7.75 to $10.75; veal calves S7.50 to $16. Hogs-Selects $19.75: heavies $16 to $17; sows $16 to $17; stags $8 to $^0; lights $16.50 to $19. s FARM LABOR We can supply farmers with experienced help. A number of men are on the ground waiting for work. WIRC OR PHONE The Beasley Employment Agency 110 Fifth St. s; Phone 545 We jure Selling Agents for the Moline Universal Tractor uid can deliver a Tractor Today. FRESH KILLED Meals' are scarce. We have the very choicest fresh killed MUTTON VEAL FOWL BEEF PORK ABSOLUTELY No. 1 QUALITY R. COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 492 OUR SERVICE WILL BRING YOU BACK. WESTBROOK BRO& Oppoilte Bank of Montreal The Clean, Up-to-date, Banltary ^1 Shop. RELIABLE RUBBER GOODS Rubber is higher than It hna over been before, it Is therefore very essential that you use care in buying rubber articles. W^ handle Hot Water Bottles, Syringes, Sick Room Supplies, -Nursery Supplies, Rubber Goods, Etc When you need anything In this line be surp to see our goods and coraparr quality and prices with those you see elsewhere. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Succesiors to Jackson & Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building ^iiCITY AND DISTRICT Masonic Meeting The'regular meeting of North Star lodge No. 4, A.F. and A.M., will be held this evening. Word has been received from hfs home in Forest. Ont.. that Sergt. -Arthur Frayne, formerly an alderman of the city of Lethbrldge. has been gassed and w^Qunded br a shell In the recent fighting in France. Sergt. Frayne enlisted here early in 1915 with the 13th C. M. R. proceeding overseas with that unit, later transferring to the 149th Lambton battalion to be with many of his CDmrades. Sergt. Frayne -was a contractor here, and served two years on the city council representing North Lethbrldge. Chotol^ts des Aristq^gnates Nuts, Hfn^gBMtres, Cream Cenlr^s?'Fruits in Liqueur, Jelly Centres and Bonne Bouche (the most delicate of all creainy centres.) All enveloped in a thick coating of rich p'ure chocolate. ; Neilson dipping-does vol mean a thin coaling of chocolate, but a lavish, heavy coating of pure un-dituied chocolate. One Dollar and Twenty-five Cents the Pound ' J. D. HIGINBOTHAM �ilibrldge, as having been killed in action. Ills parents reside in England. Pte. Bipslc. wlio also enlisted liore, has also been killed in action. His niothei' reside.^ at Mt. Brydges, Ont. Ptes. John Uunlrar and John Mc-Dade, who enlisted here, have bepji seriously wounded. Their parents reside in the oUlcountry. Slackers should be forc6d to wear a large yellow stripe down their coat backs and down their shirts when their coats are off, so thoy could be recognized, Judge Gordon Russell, oil Texarkana, Texas, prwldlng over yie federal district court lor the eastern distrlttt of Texas, said, In defining a Blacker. Pictures of Home Curry warmth and comfort to tbe heart of a soltller. "MAKE AN A^PO'fNTMENf ,,; \ TOOAX? V \ h ' Smith's Sttidir 906 Third Ave, S, Phone 1471 Moose Meeting Loyal Order of Moose No. 792 will hold their re"6ular meeting Tuesdav night Tit S o'clock at Moose Hall. Visiting brothers welcome. New Screen The Emi)rcss theatre ^ms Just installed the new gold fibre screen on Its machines which increases the v si-billty of the i)lcturos wonderfully. Quarantine Lifted It is understood that Gait hospital ' which has been under ciuarantlne for Bcarlet fever (or several days will be released from quarantine tomorvow. Auto Club Executive along with chairmen and members of ooramlttoes will meet In the Board of Trade building on AVed-!- nesday at S.30. Full attendance is particularly requested. Board of Trade Council meeting on Tuesday at tour o'clock. Members are invited to council mcetiusa and a good attendance is asked tor promptly on time. Arrangements are to be made for Premier Stewart's visit. Buys Cattle J. L. Peacock is in the city today from Medicine Hat. He has just concluded a deal tor G3C head ot c.iltle from the Mclntyro ranch which have been shipped to his large ranch north ot Medicine Hat. THEY'RE new, tliey're different,'and even though they re low-priced they're unusually durable and good-looking. We h^ve sold a great many toTihe housewives about to-mi and have yet to hear a complaint about them. ^ Congoleutn rugs are fast supplanting etll other types of medium-priced ruga now on the market. They're washable and waterproof. Lie flat without fastening. Come in today and let us tell you about them and show you some of the very handsome patterns which we have. Consumers' Hardware Company PHONE 1212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH OlSPOS LET BlGECHSESi ANNOUNCEMENT The Great War Veterans -will holll a general meeting in the War Vetnr-uns' Club rooms at S o'clock. Important business. Weeds In Lake At the city council mooting this morning Com. Freeman stated that the weeds on the drained portion ot th". lake are beginning to grow and an experiment will be carried out to learn If the dry portion ot the lake bottom can be draggort to kill the weeds boiorc the water is turned in. IS Recovering Jfr. John Stewart, who received n severe accident to his back and ribs at the north of town by digging a well for water on tiio '7th of January last, is now recovering, and has received from Mr. Edlund of the Edlund farm a horse to ride around with. This is the second occasion of late that Mr. E'lhind has*>ihown his generosity towards the needy. Ono horse lie save to tin; Red Cross and one to Mr. Stewart. District Meeting The district meeting ot the Methodist church will convene on Wednesday, May lath at 4 p.m. In Wesley church. The district comprises from the Foremost and Burdott on the east iuid Barons on the west. In connection with the district meeting on Wednesday evening at S in Wesley church, Corporal A. Morrow, a returned soldier will address a public meeting the subject being, "The Viewpoint of a Returned Soldier." In Memoriom In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Pte. John W. Rodshaw, who died whilst a prisoner of war in Germany, May 5, '1917, aged 24 years. rnvewell dear son. your lite Is past, Ue know you loved us to the las'.; In health and strength you left your homo. Not thinking death so near; It pleased the Lord to call you home To dwell with Him above. One ot the bravest and one of the best. Doing his duty was called to rest; 'Twas hard to say Thy will be done, �When ono we loved was (lulled away. Gone but not forgotten. Inserted by his mother and father, Sisters and Brother. COLLECTIONS! CONSULTINQ ACCOUNTANT AUtJITS AND STATEMENTS RENTS COLLECTED GENERAL BUSINESS SEftVIC^ THE R. C. FARRIS SERVICE AGENCY Office: 8 Stafford Block Phone 1517 Box 618 The Medical Board ot Review sitting at Lethbrtdgo Friday raised 27 men in category to Ai and 12 to B2. Those, raised in the re-exauilnation follow: Franii Serrarl. Cardslon; Wm. JIll-lican. Commerco; Edgar Francis Barnes, Lethbrldge; Clyde Homer. Curtis, Beaver Jlincs; Frederick Ber-riman, Granum; Mii:cimilUan St. Ctcorgo, Macleod; Alfred White. Vulcan; Martin Jacobson, Vulcan; Stove Seaman, Euchart; Spencer Ca-hoon, Cardston; Duvld Ritchie Mac-ka>7 Lethbrldge; James David Anderson, HlUsprlngs; Qoorgc Tlioraas Ody. Woo^ltord Station; Frnncisis Chrlstc. Walsh; Geo. Allard, Diamond City; Wm. Earl Robinson, Coleman; Harry Johnson, JIaybutt; Ernest Eugcno Hang, Waterton Park; John Joseph Currie, Warner; Joseph Smith Low, Cai-dston; Sterling Oliver Low, Cardston; Gustave Oliver Peterson, Cardston; Wni. Farrlngton Cahoon, Cardston; Gavin Dewellls Spouce, Lethbrldge; George Wm. Tew, Medicine Hat; George Dowers, Lethbrldge; Jas. Wylie, Lethbj-idee. Those placed In class B2 wore:* John Frederick Craycroft. Mountain View; Chas. Lewis Secrctaln .Taylor-villo; Henry Grier Beacon, Coutts; Eln.er Emanuel Ostlund, Sterling; Er-vine Jennings Fawns, R,iymond; John Kyll Hamilton, Lethbrldge; Wm. Ronald Brown, Cardston; Jesse Martin Walters, Retlaw; Samuel McWhinney, Burdett; Fernon Bordot, Cowley; John. James, Coleman. COURT UNITY, A.O.F. ARE HOLDING A Social AND Dance in Burgman's Hall, "on Wed. Next May 15th, nt 8.30 Prices......50c The proceeds In aid of a fund for sending tobacco, etc to eft-listed members of Courf Unity. Jiood Music Refreehments Brantford owners of cottages at Port Dover are In a state of indlgna tlon over what they tefm discrimination against them In the matter ot gas rates which thoy arc being asked to pay. ARLOW'S EAT. .. ARKET PHONE 796 1110 SIXTH AVE. 8. For SALE 300 bus. Marquis Wheat $2.50 bushel 600 bus. Flax ... $4.50 f.o.b. Nobleford WE GUARANTEE THIS TO BE OF FIRST CLASS QUALITY J. HARRIS & CO. The Twentiieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY-. BOOK SHOP" DROP I N 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 81^ : HAVE YOU SEEN THE ^JACKDAW^ LOOSE LEAF LEDGER BINDER Different to Other Binder*. Binds from 1 to 800 Sheet*. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVER ALL & FRANKS SInnott Block, cor. 4th Ave. and 6th St Phone 110? ;