Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE 1 T ,y ETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Bml Hotel at AlhwrU The BEST Bread is made with Pride of Alberta" and "Mother's Favorite" Flour Taylor Milling Elevator Co., Ltd. Lethbridge, Alberta A Strictly Sanitary Patent Dust- Proof Bins Tlial should be some consitloratiuu when your groceries. have no expnisc in new up hi way luhssifili'. The qnnlity of our goods! is Try (hem ami THE GOQco. High Gl.m Grocers Phone 523 Developing and Printing If you want, quick service and good. work' bring or mail, your films to us. i. Films leil up lo.2.pjn. are developed an6 the desired prints ready by 10 a.m. Iht following day. THE KEISfNY ALL1N CO, Ltd. Phone 1487 Stationers Neil Dallas Hotil Make the MOST of the High Prices by ing Your Grain to SMITH-MURPHY CO. You will. realiie every, .cent. In it Tor you, and gel your re- turns .promptly. WHITE OR PHONE Office'Phone 1313 Residence Phone N. MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHEHLOCK BLDG, STRONG! DOWLER GRAIN u4 CommuiioD MercbanU idmonton Oar eoUre mt Tour aod wlUi'oar Jeacs wo cm fuarutM to 'en yon tie bett prtcei m your grmln >t any Une >n4 trsft or klod pi Phgni M 1922 Ctlj.ry F.r OfTIca Uelhbrldjt I 1811 LeUibrldo.) tlMt. iu Our t who in In ymr 1. A. CL'MMINS Lelhbrldge Manager :I OFFENSIVE Rome. May Italians too'rt the offensive today. The war office announces thai considerable progress was made in the Plava area on the slopes of Monte Cucco and on the hills east of Gorizia and Vertol- bizza. .The statement infan- try action continues supported by artillery. Numbers of prisoners arc being brought in. AIWOUNCE51ENTS Retail Clerjts will meet tonlghs the'I-aljpr Hair at ociuck suarp. Important business. A full aUend- 'is' requnsled. 1 or the Musical Ijeslira! Wher lhan of Knoi laud Wesley clioirs must Eeud ia.llieiT time's in -writing lo G. L. -Taylor, 934 nth-Si: S., on or before Wednesday, May 36. Winnipeg, 12.30 today word ,passed quietly' round Uhe" ex- rbaiif's that all May contracts' out- standing when May was suspended from active trading -were cleaned up. This applied to not only big longs and shorts included In specific agreement but smaller men also. It bo one week tomorrow the new arrange- ment iocs eaceL Just what was (he total amount of thes6 contracts oulv clearing houses will know, but some viiere between twenty aud thirty mil- lions Is probably not. a bad guess. Un- der the new rcstTltlltrUs pctober.irndc was There was some mistake and a lillle trouble arose over someone buying who had rioL a previ- ous contract to fill but tbls was speed' Hy adjusted. Winnipeg October wheat closed 23c lower on a fluctuation of UViC. Oats closed lower for1 May. lower [or July and 2ftc low-1 er for October. May barley closed changed. Flaivrloscd and July 6c lower., Minneapolis May 27c down for--May, for July and 22c down for September. Chi- cago July closed 17c. lower for July, and 7c lo Sc loiver for September Tho cash Eituatiort was without'new" fea- tures. Offerings of. all trades and1 grades were surprisingly liberal. The agent of allied government look ill offerings within limits 'of preserved1 agreement releasing Slay. -or. July. principally May. Y .Continue Restrictions Chicago. May of leading grain eicliangds.-. of the country el a. meeting here today re- commended to their, .respective' ex- changes that continue until fur- tier notice restrictive regulations which were put in effect yesterday. Futures Winnipeg Oct. K015AKS .All of (he family will enjoj- a Kwlali) all of the'time. Kodaks......... S7.00 and up Brownie Cimtras 51-25 lo (12.00 Tke Red Cross Dng Book Co., Lelhbridge and Hilt Arc (he Onl Places to Send Delegates No 3 N'or.. .277 No! 5 Is'or..'-240 Feed .A meeting of Sun-1 day School Athletic League is called 1 NO. 2 Q; W. 1 far-Tuesday night, May lath at eight j Eslra No. 1 Feed lo'clocb in the V.-M. C. A. All churches No. 1 FecQ .V... (are requested to have present one or J [more representatives to discUEs Ihe 3 ......132 prograrn'of the ensuing season's sport among the Sunday Schools. Ocl; 61 May.........' 320 Sept............. 220 Sepl. 223 220 Winnipeg Cash Prlcei' Xo. 1 Nor..-2S5 No. 2 Xor...2S2 222 312 204 Xo I N'or...2G5 Ko. 6 Nor... 195 ...145 7314 Thefcmpire Parlor Under.New Management We carry lull Hoe ol Confectionery ,Fmits and Ice Cream Drop fa arid glyo us a trial. Next door Orpheum Theatre. G. S. Boyd Co. Props; A meeting ot Ihe I.tUibrldge Sunday- School Athletic -League is called for Tuesday 15th rat eight o-c1MS.in.lheY.. Mi O, A. All churches arc requested" to have present one or more represents lives lo discuss Ihe program of Ine ensuing season's span among-lhe: Sunday Schools. 129-3 Pasture GOO head'Stacker Cattle want- ed (or rjuturiog for the'season. I'hare the beat summer pastures and am prepared to Inbe 600 heal Will thargc psr hea-I for-ttn enilro season. J. B. MILLER 123-3 Cowlty, Alhsrta Hejecteil'and Feed xo. c, No. 2 0. W. 310 ......127 .......107 No. 3 C. W..2901J Livestock Prices Track Wheat OaU...... Flan...... Dartey Bar! Wanon Pricts Wheat .....241 Oati......57 Klax.... ...2SG .105 2C Kodaks and Br-btvhies f We now i full stock of these cameras, recently market- ed by the Canadian Kodak Com- The sire, a little smaller than but. gives, the. same pleating rectangular pictures. 2C F. P. KodaV, B.R. Lens F- P. F 7 7 tigmat ,.v 2C Folding cus 'lepi ?9.00 2 C Folding Brc-wnie, R. R., lens J. ir.i rcUll 'NO. Ul 1'le, feed Kewios.'tvn M fom Nevr- posloasler al IMS k'lliod-iii ao'llon FARM LANDS Of the Day "and Calgiry anil Kdmoatoa Lan'J; -Co. i Tlic Agcnoy: JSuperior Supply Co. BUILDING AND JRAILWAY AND EQTJII'JIEXT iimerson l-'iinn Slanrtc SECOND AVENUE 4 THIRTEENTH STREET, LETHIIRinGE LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice 8-8V4C; choice cowa, 7-7 Select hogs, 150 lo 250 Ibs., H14c. Cholc.e kllllns ivctacra, He. Choice killing ewea, lire. Victoria, Tl. C., Jlaj- Gre- gory, who was commissioner In Ihc C'oKpor-Macctonald Inijiitry, tiled his report the government on Ratur- II la understood', lhat Justice Qregorir rinds ngalnsl Hie. altpril general Ifi respect (b the payment made by nr; [loberl 'Mackenzie. In his decision lin doei not go Inio the riucstlon whether H WAS the Canadian .Vorthern or not. That point was not proven, the court recflea Ihc clr- and attendant Mason Ruch Limited MafT Olvtn Attention, Calgary, .May The' following dfcmantla were drown up Ihe con- ference of miners, which 'closed laat jilitit, anrl these have been forwarded to lion. T. Ootticrs ind-Lo-lhc Inlornallonal toarrt cxocullVe 'InocMnji being held al Indianapolis, whore they will be or turn- ed down: 'Changes In the generel clauses aa In 1917 EgrccmentS'. Increase of 30 ntr on all rales, together with tuUualmcnL llanlfc will represonl I.elli- bridgc as olliclal executive delegate Coi1 Ihis parl oi tlic province at the. Coming wln-lhe-war conventionv ai! Montreal. Commissioner Grace will! be thero as a delegate. Couslusl df Medicine Hat. will be the oEliclali delegate from thai portion oi Alberta.'- So far as Is known, these will be Ilic official delegates ipprcsnnUng Al- berta, both Calgary and Edmonton refused (o have anything fur- ther (o do with Ihc convention. Thai, lu a word, is the result of last night's meeting of local people interested in the project. President ilarnocu of the [Board of Trade, refused lo go owing- to tho ullor lack ot organization be- hind the project. Mayor llardlc; would not have gone, and Lcthbrldgo; would nave been unreprosenlcd hail H- not_ thai he must attend a Ws-" sioii ol the railway committee of lhe[ of Commons la OLlawa this wecfc. Air of Mystery v, WUen President Marnoch returned, front llie provincial conreniion at Cal-i gary last he waited to his! report until Ihe men heh'lnd the con-' Tent i on cbuld; be comrauntcaled with and something more learned about Lbc brgAnjzallon .end1 the alms ot the Montreal conference. Chairman Unth-j erford of telephoned Mr. Mar-1 aoch yesterday statin? lhat Ilic reply1 was most uns.alisfact.orv-. The con-i venlion Is to start with an excursion from Montreal lo Three Rivera. Thc! Alberta delegates who had Intended go- ing couldn't sec the force of travelling 2SCK) miles Lp go on excursions, and this with the lack of organization and the general mystery vrhlch sur- rounds lhei project, was enough lo put a damper on the enthusiasm of the Alberta delegates. However, it-was that there should be someone there to watch pro- ceedings on behalf of Soulhcrn Alber- ta, so Mayor Hardlc will be ai_llie convention a free lance delegate. He carries no Instructions with him. but ff the cast trieg to "put over'' any- IhtnK on Ihc west, lie will raise his volet in protest. Mr. Marnoch said he was ercatly disappointed at tho turn things han taken. He had hoped that the Mont- real convention would result In evolv- ng some ilefinHt policies ;o the big queslions which arc for- men I minda of Ilic people ot Canada today, liuL Hie suspicion with which the convention is viewed In ev- ery quarter had about succeeded In wrccVIng the conference so far as the west is concerned. he hoped that'll mIRlit later lead lo a greater convention nl a more central point like For! William where ques- tions of the .day rould be threshed out and the, gov cm men I of Iht, (ecllng ot Ihe Rencral public on 1m- porlanl raatlcra. "Mayor HarcUe has already left KU mhifilon, Lining an open mind on the-questlona which he lias been studying very carefully In the last tew weeks. of J Eljjhl-ho.ir day fdr all claasoj of labor. lb" lid [or pay for 'double treble ahUta, Sunday overllme and lo expire August 31. 1918, lo. be Inaertea In agreement that win provide lor open- up negotiations If abnormal cofi- (JtUong arrho In the Cost ot living. .The substance pf Lhe cnrnmunlca lion sent lo thc'mlnlstcr of llbor jn answer lo his telegram aatcftig men lo return to work la Ln_ Ihe effect that the miners "jfrc prepared turn Lo If. somo agreement can'.-ljikreachtd Jmt-1n-no going iiTnltr Lnc 'icrms o( the .old agrecmenl, Tm; miners feel lhal llio operalora have lake- an and unwarranted 'fii ,vtcw of Iho pnonmcnal nltuallon which has ghee the last la CITY AND DISTRICT Eaittrn Visitor Mayor A. V. Huchanan of IngcrE son oi the laic N. P. lluchanan, la In la connection wltli properties he holds In Southern A1- berla. He I? a guesl at the Lc br'ldge. CLEANUP Get Your Supplies From HAYR HARDWARE Go HOUSE Interior 'cud exterior work. Sizes half pints to callons. STEPHEN'S VARNISHES For Linoleums, Floors. Furniture and nil woodwork. SIIvKSTONE The beauLIIui oni lutcrior wall finish. Slzca QuarU to gallons. ATJTOMOBILE ENAMEL ClcaA anil I'ainl Up Your Old UeautUul enamel. In pints '__ and quarts. BRUSHES Full range :ill kinds. Varnish, Paint, Knlsoiniiic. GARDEN TOOLS -RakM Hoes ...___.. Spadel 50c and up 75c and up' and up GARDEN HOSE'-. 3-ply, half inch, 50 foot inch, 50 foot lengths i foot I Be OFFICE STATIONERY LOOSE LEAF LEDGERS, LOOSE LEAF PRICE BOOKS, LEGAL '-'.-Vi. FO.RMS. j AGENTS FOR OFFICE SPECIALTY MANUFACTURING FILING CABINETS, ETC. Eyefall Franks CORNER FOURTH AVENUE AND FIFTH STREET HUSBAND BLEW'UP HIS FAMILY Ulnri., Wliilo heir haby Ills'crartlc In an adjoining'rotim yesterday, Mr. cud 'Irs. OECOT Uclsfctn-'hatllcd Tor the lOsEession-Ollhrct sllclis ot dynamite. to 'Iho btalcmonL to tile police-later, wai In lunclcB to blow bolli'lhlo ctcrnlly. Tho v.-onian lost and Biace lias died br her Injurica. Tile liaby Is imlnjur- eA. I. O. O. F. Meeting. Viaduct 1-odKC No. 53, I. 0. ngslgtcil Ijy the other Ifiilgcs of Clty_ will go to Vulcan on the Wednes- day'afternoon lliiMi oil lllo IClh In olant lo confer the third degree. All OdtllcHows in the city are requested lo make the Lrip. The Iraln returns to Lelhbridge at ,2.30 tho nexl raornliiE. 'Berlin, via London, May Bcthmsfm-Hollwtg arriwefed the peace Inlerpella-' llo'nl In'lhr Reichltarj today by isjrfna.that H wautd terve the (nUrfiH of the country lo make a and therefore he de. ellnrl lo do w, Lawn Hose, Lawn Mowers, Hedge Shears, Lawn and Tools of every All at firiccs that canuol be Your trade will Hardware Co. TELEPHONE 1212 riEAh HUDSON'S BAY STORE .'I.