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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta \ ] I. I THE PIANOS OF QUALiTY Stctnway, Nordl)elmer,.New Scale WHliams, Ha,laes Bros. We Invite you to our  Show Uoom to inspect ihcin. ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. Phone 154j, 31s 6th St. S.. Lethbrldgc, Alta. LETHBRIDCT: DAILY HERALD J HOTEL WINDSOR ^ _ ^_________ ; � � t . - ^EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M.' WE HAVE THIS WEEK COOKED MEATS, SAUSAGES AND PORK PIES Delanys Meat Co. riFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE a.',LLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 SQUAW CORN AND SUGAR BEET SEED Has been ver/scarce this Spring, In fact we did not get any until today and only a limited quantity at that. Order now if you want some. Also a full line of gardien seeds in bulk as well as some very fine Gold Coin Potatoes. Extra Special on Multiplier Onions, per pound..... ............. 15c YELLOW NEWTON APPLES, Extr.i ** |-a OLEOMARGARINE, FIn'es't quality. � OC qu.ility, per cise ..................... i " Har)ey- No. .....140 Rejected ____111 ' Flax-No. 1 N.W.C. 37GU No. -i C. W..... Close S0>/, .,..a3>.>-% o7�ii � 37'J,, No. :, C.\V...77v4 ..............T7V, Feed. .7114 .\o.  1" No. 4 .....135 Feed ......106 No. -1 C.W. a73U .............'ibWi WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK. Winnipeg. May 15.-Cattle ti-ade today steady on auallty butcher stuff and heavy feeders. .Medium class butcher stockers and light feeders slow. Hog prices steady. Receipts. 500 cattle: 1375 hogs. Quotations: Butcher .steel's^ ?10 to $15..50: heifers, $S to $14,5U; cows, $5 to ?13-. bidls, ?6 to $11; oxen, $7 to $12; stockers and feeders, $8* to 511; calves, 4S to $15.50. Hogs.-Selects, $-'0; heavjes, $H; to $17: sows, $1(1 to $17; stafes $S to .$10; light, $10.50 to $19, RELIABLE ROBBER GOODS Rubber is higher than It has ever been before. It is therefore very essential that you use care In buying rubber articles, Wts handle Hot Water Bottles, Syringes, Sick Room Sup-pljies, Nursery Supplies, Rubber Goods, Etc. �R'hen yon need anything in this line bo sure to see our goods and compare quality and prices witli thoac you see elsewhere. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson & Co. Telephone* 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building I GIVES ADDRESS Tells How Slate of Utah Has ^ Done Its Duty in War . DUKE NORTHUMBERLAND DEAD KODAKS y Just received a splendid array of EASTMAN'S KODAKS. THE tATEST MODELS arc on hand which we �will be. pleased to demonstrate. Our Amateur J)eveloping and Printing Department is Working Overtime.-There are Reasons. SEND US vdUR WORK FOR EXPERT FINISHING. The Frank Hedley Drug! Co. Phone 772 Drugs and Stationery Lethbridge, Alberta ' London. /May 15.-Henry George. Percy, seventh Duke of Northumber-' land, died last night at iVlrtick Castle, j -Northumberlgjid, in his 72nd year. The Duke of Northumberland succeeded to the title In 1899. From lSes{ to 1SS5 ho was a Conservative mem-! her of the house of commons for Northumberland and became a member of the house of lords in 18S7. In 1911 Iit> was accorded the honor of being \ appointed by King George to serve as lord high steward of England at the coronation ot the king. He was a trusfee of the British museum, and a former president of the archaelogical institute. His heir is his eldest surviving son. Earl Percy, who formerly was an aid to the governor general of Canada. For Sale  CHOICE Turkestan Alfalfa Seed CARLOAD White Banner Oats GROWN FROM PURE SEED F. 0. HYDE & CO. Phone 1244 Lethbridge Let McCIary's Sunshine Furnace be YoupChoice It supplies healthful heat-and plenty of it. Keeps the whole house warm and cos'y. '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 ?Si minutes to spare call and see this splendid furnace and get a free estimate on heating your home t|te satisfactory "Sunshine" way. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co, REAR STAFFORD BLOCK . ^ETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA GREEN  / Tills season's English Paris Green has just arrived. t The standard gl strength and purity. We have itjja- Half PouSi Packages, One Pound Packages, TMientyfi,V� Pound Drumsi Fifty Pound: Drums. Our suggestion to tljose who are likely to require a quantitj-that they book their orders now. J. D. Higinbolham & Co - " Limited �� rim Jfcagtt Jtow 'Alberta's Pfoncer Oruoa'tta* WhBlesals and Retail ChemlftW TELEPHONE No. 122 .Hebor J. Grant, prosiuont ot the quorum of 12 apostles of the Mormon cliurch addresKed a large gathering last night at the meeting house. He spoke for about an hour with regard to the reltitionship between the people generally and the people of the'Jlor-mon church, cointing ont the better feelings being displayed towards the Latter Day Saints. Apostle Grant is chairman of the State of Utah Libe-rty I..oan committee, and in his remarks pointed out that Salt Lake City had boon awarded the Liberty flag by the IT. S. government lor having subscribed the highest percentage for Liberty Loan ot any city in the United States. The apoatle went south toflay and is holding meetings at various centres, and Win be present on'^Sunduy at the conference in Cardston. Another noted visitorNn the city on behalf of the church is Susa Youn_jc Gates, the mother of Emma Lucy Gates, tlio famous singer. .Mrs. Gates held a meeting on Tuesday afternoon when she addressed the Relief Society sisters. She is' accompanied on hor visit by Mrs. A. W. McCune. Everything Suitable for the Gardien GARDEN RAKES GARDEN HOES SffADES SHOVELS DIGGING FORKS RUBBER HOSE LAWN MOWERS GARDEN WHEEL BARROWS HAND CULTIVATORS AND WEEDERS ALSO FLOWER AND VEGETABLE SEEDS Consumers' Hardware Cpnipany PHONE 1212 fIFTH STREET,SOUTH GITY AND DISTRICT Death Mrs. Koole .Tohauna Koole .aged 40 years, wife of John Koole, died in the city on JNlay 14. The remains were forwarded from ^'etterly's parlors to , Pierce. Interment wiU take place at Macleod. He Suicided Word has been 'received at headquarters of "D" division, A.P.P. to the effect that^ging Lee, a Snfficld celestial, had dbmmitted suicide. No details di-e at prfcent available. We are Selling Agents for the Moline Universal Tractor and can deliver a Tractor Today. Superior Supply Co FIRST QUALITY Mutton, Veal, Beef, Pork and Fowl.. ALL FRESH KILLED It's difficult to get fj'e.-,h killed incatB-but we can servo you. R, COULTRY The Alberta Meat tiflarkot PHONE 492 1; OUR SERVICE WILL BRING YOU BACK. WESTBROOKBROS. Opposite Batik iMontre^l Tho Clean, Up-tO'datt, 9i)nilary ShcB, TWO KILLED IN mmm Edmonton, May 15.-Two men were killed and throe injured by an .explosion Tuesday afternoon at tho Oliphint Munaon Collieries near Coal Spur. The powder magazine was blown up ill some unaccountable way, and John HrownrJgg,. manager of the mine, and one ot the mine blacksmiths were killed. No further particulars have yet reached tho city, and the name of the blacksmith, as well as the names of "three otlu;r men seriously injured are not knot^-n. ANNOUNCEMENT The ladies of St. Palrlck'.i Church will hold a sale of childron'p .. wefir ladles' aprons and, suminor dresses on Saturday, "May '18th. The gpod things on iho pantry table v/iU be an attraction. Tea will bo served during (.lie aftprnojon. This will '(be held iii the hufldinfe recently occupied by the Iloynl Storo on 3rd Ave. Everybody welcome. KiO-0 Billy Joyce Is Well A member of the Herald staff has received from Billy .loyco, who was a member of tho .staff for some time, and who enlisted from the Crow, a field card from France stSting that he is quite well. ^ To Go To Crossfield S. S, Dunham luis accepted on invitation from the Crossfield U. V. A. to tfldrtss two meetings there, one on Saturday, May 2.t th and one on Sunday, May 26th. which will be t. V. A. Sunday throughout the province. Allowed Exemption B-:tbre the court of a))peals in Calgary on Tuesday, J. A. Fortln, of l^Jnchnr Creek, n farmer, was jjllow-od e.xemption till November Isr This was the only southern case dealt with during the day. Personal Mention ^ Aid. J. n. Creagon. of Calgary, is a visitor in the city today D. L. Howard, superintendent of tho Alberta di.'jtrict,. C. P, It, telegraphs, is in the city. Brother Located Throngli a notice appearing In Ih'i Ke.iiUl in connection with tho death in New York rif Neil Molj.^;iald, one time editor ot tho Scottish American, his brother AU*,xander McDonald in Lcthbrldgo has been located, Tho Jirother la now in Gait hospital. Some yet^TH a.i;o he was injured^ In a street car accident hei'o'^iin* ho' l.s now almost wholly incapacitateJi . To be able, to steal 30.000 gallons of gasoline-TuuVifiouu'r.''' where every dwip Is ' controlled" "^rigorously and where the u\;n)68t' reatrictionn prevail indicatfea "a :wondertul amount of Ingenuity on the pai't of thg thief,' The person who 'ha3 been able to elude tho �scrultlng � Inspectors and at tho same tInfe^^ob the state and-her employees Is a woman employed by tho Dontsch company In Paris, This woman, whose duty it was to control tho vouohdrS' Lssued by the police for the delivery of gasoline to authorized persons, found some means of retaining these vouchers, instead of handing them back to the pojlcc headquarters and later of dciivorlng llieni to gasoline, retailors. In this wiy, the vouchei' was made use of twice. The retnilbrs got delivery ot ARLOW'S eat. .. Arket PHONE 796 1110 SIXTH AVE. 8. gasoline on those stolon .vouchers and sold this fuep to private liidlvld-'uais not iirovided with a permit to It was a profitable Invest-ment, for instead of selling at $9, those retailers sold at $15. After ,a discrepancy In the accounts to the extpnt of .several thousands of gallons, an Inquiry wa,s made and tho woman primarily responsible' was arrested, together witii several ot the retailers who had made use o� the stolen vouchers. Pictures of Home Curry warmth and comfort" to tho heart of a soldier. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT Smith's I JIudio 906 Third Ave. 8/ Phone 1471 Takes a Holiday . Acting Postmaster llamly, who has had charge of tho local poit ftttico since tlio oiiliHtmont .of the lato^lajor Uipley, has suffered a very severe nervous breakdown and has hpon granted a tliico months' leave of iih-soqce. Ho Is loaving shortly for t!al-gary. Ills assistant, Mr, Ward, will liavo charge in his absonco, and In-si)octor Uruco is in the city today making the transfer. COLLECTIONS! CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT AUDITS AND STATEMENTS RENTS COLLECTED, GENERAL BUSINESS SERVICE >THE R. C. FARRIS SERVICE AGENCY Office: 8 istafford Block 300 bjis. Marquis Wheat $2,50 bushel 600 bus: Flix ^.. $4.50 f.o.b, Nqbieford  WE eUAFTANTEE THIS TO BE 9F FIRST GLASS QUALITY J. HARRIS & CO. COURT UNITY, A, 0, F. ARE HOLDING A Social AND Dance in Burgman's iiall, jon Wed. Next M^y 15th, at 8.30 Prices - - - : - - 50c The proceeds in aid of a fund for sending tobacco, etc \o enlisted members^ of Court Unity, Good Music Kefreahmerfis HAVforsau CARLOADS OR LB89 TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALPAio FA, MIXED TIMOTHY .>N0 ALFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL ATTEN-TION TO ALU ORDERS. FBOMPT iSHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOB-PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South Talephone 732 \ The Twentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" drop in g14 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 Phone 517 HAVE you SEEN THE 'JACkDAW' LOOSE LEAF LEDGER BINDER Different to Other Binders. Binds from 1 to 80Q Sheets. EVERYTHINt; FOR THE OFFICE ever all & franks SInnott Block, cor. 4th Avt- and 6th St. i Phon� 1107 ;