Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE PIAN08 OF QUALiTY Stolnwny, Xorrtlieinicr, Now Scale William?, Haines Bros. AVe invite you tn our Sliow Uoom to inspect tlum. AS'SIWIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. Phone 1545, 315 6tii St. S., Lctlibrldgo. A!ta. LETHBRIDGE EJAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. -- SPECIALS THIS WEEK END �- We expect to have an extra quantity, of Fresh California Strawberries and other fresh fruits and vegetables for Saturday. All goods sold at the bottom nnarket prices. EVERYMAN'S LIBRARY 'The true university in these days," said Carlyle, "is a collection of booli July ......... 7!)U TSU Barley- May .......... ....... 140 Flax - S\i\y ........ July........ ..... 380 3781 i You Look As YOU FEEL You know well enough when your liver is loafing. CONSTIPATlOl* is the first warning:; then you begio to "feel mean all over." 0 Your skin toon gets th� bad new*, it STOWS duU.iTcUaw, muddy ftnd.un-siehtly. Violent purgativea are not what you need-just the gentle help of this old* time standard remedy. Small PiU. Small Doae, SmaU Price. Geauine bears sienatorc i:�uidii uvwKt ommu rricv. . A^Snf.he'f^irfo^ fARTER'S IRON PILLS I many colorlcas (acea but X^iU greatly help moat pale-faced people. No. 3 C.W... 7G-li ............. 7G% % No. 2 feed.. 70% Cash Prices Oats- No. 2 C.W.. . 79-; Kxtra No. 1 feed No. 1 feed. Barlev- No. 3 C.W... 140 , No. 4C.W... 135 Rejected.....................Ill Feed ........................1C6 Flax-No. 1 N.W.C....................375 No. 2 C.W...372 No. 3 C.W\..350 --^ I Speak on Baptism Chas. Baker, tlie pastor,of the Bap-I list church -.vill give a lecture on; Christian Baptism on Sunday evening next at 7.30 in the church. The sub-1 ject will l)e approached by the_way of j church history to clear up a few points 1 es.'^eutial to an intelligent treatment'. of it. If will be dealt wit'li -rrom the viewpoints of the authorities, history, language and scripture. Most of the service hour will be given.to it. The premise of the lecture is based on the question: "If this age asks o'f the church, bread, dare she insist on "giv-ing a stone, or it for a fish dare she 'offer a scorpion?" All tliose who wish to know the truth on this subject as nearly as it can be gathered from these sources are specially asked tc come. Any desiring-a copy of the lecture may have one free. . RELIABLE RUBBER GpGDS Rubber is higher than it has ever been before. It is therefore very essential that you use care in buying rubber articles. We handle Hot Water Bottles, Syringes, Sick Room Supplies, Nursery Supplies, Rubber Goods, Etc. When you need anything in this line he sure to see our goods and compare quality' and prices with those you see "elsewhere. . THE RED CROSS DRUG & ROOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson & Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building CiOBiS Calgary Men Assist - Judge Jackson Responsible-Officers Electetl GARDEN RAKES GARDEN HOES SPADES SHOVELS DIGGING FORKS' RUBBER HOSE LAWN MOWERS GARDEN WHEEL BARROWS HAND CULTIVATORS AND WEEDERS ALSO FLOWER AND VEGETABLE SEEDS Consumers' Hardware Company KODAKS Just received a splendid array of EASTMAN'S KODAKS. THE tATEST MODELS are on hand.J�hich we .will be pleased fo demonstrate. Our Amateur Developing and Printing Department is Working Overtime.-There are Reasons^ SEND US YOUR WORK FOR EXPERT FINISHING. The Frank Hedjley Drug Co. Phone 772 Drugs and Stationery Lethbrldge, Alberta BORN BORN-At 024 10th St. south on the IClh inst. to Mr. and Jlrs. G. W. Muir. a son. , 132-1 Let McClary's Sunshine Furnace be Your Choice It spppltfes healthful heat-and plenty of it. Keeps the wliole house warm and cosy. Saves coal, too, because its wide air passages, large radiating surfaces, grates, fire-pot, and dampers, wcrii all designed and constructed with the view of economical heating. If you have five or ten minutes to spare call and see this splendid furnace and get a free estimate on heating ypur home tlie satisfactory "Sunshine".way. The DiM Metal Co. For Sale CHOICE Turkestan Alfalfa Seed CARLOAD White Banner Oats ' GROWN FROM PURE SEED F. 6. HYDE & CO. Phone 1244 Lethbrldge Seed Arrivals Sunflower Seecls (bulk) Early Corn (White Cory) Nasturtiums (Climbing and Dwarf) California Poppy Sweet Peas,, in Solid . Colors. J. D. Higiobotham & Co -- Limited ^- The Sturm 'iMberta't Planeer DruggUtt* Wholatala and Retail Chamlath REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA We are Selling Agents for the Moline Universal Tractor and c,^ deliver' a Tractor Today. Siiperiof Supply Co. FIRST QUALITY Mutton, Veal, Beef* Pork and Fowl. ALL FRESH KILLED It's difficult to get fresli kill ed meats-but Ave can serve you. R= COULTRY The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 492 FOREST FIRE. � Wjndsor, X. S. IMay !(!.-A toro.st fire la ragiuK on tiie Midland Hail-wa.v, bet*veen West Goro and Clarlie-vllle. Fifteen .soldiers from llie depot liero have gone to. help to save AVest Gore, a pro.sperouB village sur-rounding tlie antimony mine. A black fo.\- farm lias been, destroyed. Si OUR SERVICE WILL BRING YOU BACK. WESTBROOK BROS. Oppotlte Bank of Montreal The Clean, Up-to-date, Sanitary Shop, ANNOUNCEMENTS ' A regular meeting of LBthbridgn I.,pdge No. 39, A.i''. and A.M., will be hold at S p.m. tonlghV., Third degree will be exemplified. Vl8it'"B brethren welcome. -a__ The ladies oj St. I'utrlck's Church will hold u sale of children's wear ladles'" aprons and summer dresBOH on Saturday, .Alay IStlV. � The good thlng.s on tlio pafltry table will be ai: attraction. Tea -will be^ served during the afternoon. This will be held ill the building recently occupied l.-y the Royal Store on 3rd Ave. Everybody welcome. 131)-0 Lollibridge today has a Tlotary i Club. \At a luncheon liold In the Y. i'.M.C.'V. last night tlio club was insti-i tuted and started on-its way by Jeff ; Lydiatt. governor of di-strict .N'o. IS of : the Intpniational Association of 1 tary Clubs, who, wiHi a party of Cal-.gary Itotarians visited the city last : night to institute tlio local chib. j Tlie Lethbrldge Ifotary Club is starting off with eiKhleon members, and the officers elected at the organization meeting last night arc: President, d of 'I'rftdo and in the Victory Loan and Ited Triangle campaigns. They are also behind the Baby Welfare week at Calgary which is going on at present Growth of RojLarlanism. , Jlr. l.,ydiatt in a very comprehensive address, told of the growth of iHotarlaiilsiu. It -sprang into ^ist-enco in Chicago IZ years ago last February, in l;ilU tlioro jvere only It! clubs in the United states, in lfll2 it had spread to Canada, a club being formed at Winnipeg. Today lit has grown to 2") clubs in all the leading cities in Canada while altogether there are \VM Rotary Clubs in North America representing ;iti;oOO Rotar-iatis, and a Winnipeg 'man is president of the internatloniil .Vsaociation. The annual convention takes place in ilnno at Kansas City, and of 8ut;li value do the British and U. S. governments consider the organization that both.have officially recognized it, and both will have official delegates at the convontion. It is thought possible Earl Grey will ba the British delegate wWfle Secretary of War Baker iwill bo the U.S. rppre-sentatiye and will address the convention,- the idea being to use the PHONE 1212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH clubs fpr propoganda purposes. , Objects of Club. The objects of the association are: To promote the rccogiiition of the worthiness of all legiliiuato occuiu)-tious and to dignify each member's occupation as affording lilm an opportunity to servo-society. ^ To encourage high ethical standards in business and professions. To increase llu! efficiency of each member by the development of improved ideas and business methods. To stiniiilato the desire of each iiieniber to be of service to Ivis follow nion and society in general. To promote the scientizing of acriiiaintauce as an opportunity tor service'and an aid.to success, i To qiiiciien the interest of every member in the public welfare of his community and, to co-ol)erate with others in civ*, social, commercial ami Industrial development. _ Once a Week. The Leihbridgo club will meet once a week at luncheon at ]1':30 at tho J v..M.C.A. and will be ready to support any worthy cause for the benefit of the community. The first meeting will bo held on .Monday noon when (.'. 1). -MacKintosh will deliver an address on some phase of modern trana-porlution. T ARLOW'S EAT. .. ARKET PHONE 796 �1110 SIXTH AVE. 3. For Pictures of Home Folks � , � Curry warmth and comfort to the heart of a soldier. ' , MAKE AN APPOINTMENT Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. 8. Phone'1471 CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT AUDITS AND STATEMENTS RENTS COLLECTED GENERAL BUSINESS SERVICE THE R. C. FABRIS SERVICE AGENCY 'Office: 8 Stafford afock Phono 517 Box 618 300 bus. Marquis Wheat ^2.50 bushel 6.00 bus. Flax ... $4.50 ^ f.o.b. Nobleford WE GUARANTEE THIS TO BE OF FIRST CLASS QUALITY HARRIS & CO. - COURT yNITY^^LF^ ARE HOLDING A Social ' AND Dance in Burgman's Hall, on Wed. Next May ISth, at 8.30 Prices - - ^ - - - 50c Tho proceeds In aid of a fund tor sending tobacco, etc to enlisted merabcre of Court Unity. Good Music Refreshtfients "AVFORSAU 'CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALFAL. FA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS. FROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South telephone 732 The Twentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" DROP IN 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE ei3 .....� .L--.----^------.ggj.--..------L-.n,i 1 . ll 1 III liAVE YOU SEEN THE 'JACKDAW UDOSE LEAF LEDGER BINDER Different to Other Binders. Binds from 1 to 800 Sheets. - ' CTERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVER ALL & FRANKS Sinnott Block, cor. 4ttr Aye. and 6tb St. ' PhontllO?