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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR r-t-----------------------------------. 91.25 a D.y Hotel i. Alberta The BEST Bread is made with "Pride of Alberta" and "Mother's Favorite" Flour Taylor Milling Elevator Co., Ltd. Lethbridge, Alberta A ARMS" BY DONALD HANKEY The fafimrty a sergeant and latterly a lieutenant in ths British forces has had attuil experience In.the trencKes and has written not onlv wTlh sanity and sympathy, but with a fine simplicity of language and an Inspiring nobility of outlook. He gives the mental attitude of the fighting men (awards religion, church, their officers and their copies sold'in England in en- A-j month. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1487 Druggists and Stiliop.trs Dallas A Strictly Patent Dust- Proof Bins That should In1 some riMisfdmitinii your groceries., sjwetl no oNpcnso in fitfiniv oiii1 new store uji in the, way possible. The ijnafil.v of our goods is imlisjiiittible: Try Iliem and see. E GOOD CO. High Class Grocers Plionc 525 Make the MOST of the High Prices by consign- ing Yonr Grain to SMITH-MURPHY CO. -Ton will realize every cent In II for you. aad gel your re- turns promptly. "WHITE OR PHONE Office Phont 131} Residence PJi'tme 1-4W N. TV MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDtE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. CITY A N-j) DISTRICT To Eltct Officers, Lethbrldge Encampment No. 7, will .clKl officers at ibe regular meeting tonight In-ihe 1. O. O. F. Kail. All l menders are requested to be present. members cordially invited. STRONG 4 WWLER GRAIN uW COMUWWK- MerctMBU mUn li at MfTto Od Trttk DOT we tttiij furutM rn kr nv pttt at mar -tteu uj Or or at Mill -'I Winnipeg. May morn- ing of slow and restricted markets. The cash situation -was' without change, bin both trailing and offers were light. OK grade oats ore n drug- on the market. Tbe Dominion govern- ment have Lwii the principal buyers (or a long time end. apparently they have sufficient for requirements until i the middle- of Looks as If iaanv! touch oats would have io be dried- At' (he close of the market "AVinuliies' Ociober was 2c down from Vk'eiliies-1 day. May oats were lower. July ajcaiul October -UC lower, Uarlcy was 2c down for May, Flu was 2c, higher lor bolh moalhs. Cash prices- were practically unchanged Irom V.'ed- nesday. A matter which a {good pf attention is Ihe [of Winnipeg and Chicago July. Chica-{ (go July Trith Eflmillcdly h'tllo or no wheat behind If but entirely dependent [on tbe new crop closed al 2.19 while Winnipeg with a very considerable volume "oC wheat to come forward coii-_j tloued at 2.65 and on the new basis of Xo. 1 Xorlhem contracts, a spread of j 46 The Chicago market closed -lie down for July and Sc for Scplember. Minneapolis vrheat closed Sc up for May, ic down lor July and .Ac up for September. WINNIPEG CASH'PRICES. v. t Small. A Ford tried to dodge a boy on the corner of Uh'Avb. and 6ih SL this at- (ernoon. A Chevrolet driven by s. Jady cojldn't dodge the Ford, They collided. The damage was superlic- iaL For Patriotic Fund. H. J. Ritchie' Palerson, honorary acknowledges the receipt of 44.5S from The Herald newsboys, and 11 from' W; Patterson for the Palriotlc Fund. Tbe total payments made during April were 53517, ana a total of 187 dependents were assisted. Your Last Opportunity' To .Secure a BrilnimU'n i ON INDIA PAPER.. Tbo publishers estimate lhat in ten ilayg.froifnovv nil sels'of Ihis Encyclopaedia Britannlca on India'paper will be sold and no more can be made as Ihere la no India paper left. Conic in now. We will be glad to show you the different bind-' ing In both Iho "Handy Volume" Issue and in the Cambridge issue. Tie Red Cross'Drag Book Co., Limited. i'HONEl 55S. Is Canada'lacing a sugar farulno as a result of lllo Elriko of! llie men In (lie P. C. stijar refinery? A statement ivas made today tpv n ileadiQ- wholesaler lhat there Is "not I more tban H, ton of sugar in Btoro in I houses In tlio cjty, that. Calgary has nol more ilian a sack in ;wholesalo storage and lhat what sugar', caii be secured must from Mon- treal. The prices remaining steady hoirerer, and wlallfrs arc not boost- Ing prices unnecessarily, j ,11 Is hoped lhat tlie" situation will .rlEhl llself Ehorlly. However many householders have been scared by or sugar famine anil have been buying In unnecessarily large aro_- aunts. These people were slated by i the'local wholesaler for Ihcir laciirs: {vvlilcn tend to create famine ions when" tliere Is no need for such conditions. K people would buy in amourils such as they did before tlio j-war, .there would be no trouble. Tliere is no need for growing panicky. Xo. 1 Xor...277 Xo. 3 Nor..-.269 No. 5 Nor...132 2 C- Eitra 1 Feed 1 Feed Xo. 3. Rejected....... (Feed W. C. Z C. TV Xo. 2 Nor...27-1 Xo. 6 .175 72% 12S 105 105 300 296 FUTURES Winnipeg Wheat---- The death looV: place on Sunday morrjns; last at Didsburr of Joseph U. Good, father of X. B. and S. B. Good of thlz city. Toe late Sir. Good was 65 years old and had lived In Alberta for Track Prlcsj many years. Mr. N. B. Good went to I Wheat Didahiiry to attend the faneral. Be- Oals stdes an .aged widow, he leaves to mourn him Ihrce sons abd two daush- tern, lira. A. Tranl, of Alsask. Jlrs. A. BuEcbart'oLSampsonton, N. B. and S. B. Good'Of Lcthbrldsc and Xorman Good of Dldeburj'. Parlor Under New Management We earn- !ull line of Confectionery, Fruits 'and Ice Cream Drop in arid give' ul a trial. Neil door Droneum Theatre. Boyd Co. Props. DROWNED IN DITCH Winnipeg. May year old Emlle Sourlsacau. whose parenls live in Norwood, was drowned last night lu a dilch which container! two feet of water. Mly TornaskI, aged seven, died last nlghl three hours after re- ceiving bums from'a blazing rubbish heap. Wagon Prieea .....255 Wheat .....241 Oats......57V- Flai ...2S1 Barley Darley ___; 105 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, choice cows, Select hogs, loD to 250 Choice kiljlns wethers, lie. Choice Killing C'-rcs, lOc. CALGARY LIVESTOCK PRICES. HoffS Gallic MANITOBA'S POPULATION' Winnipeg, May pop- tilaUon has Increased by 21.8SJ tinea January, snd'Is'now It was announced today by W. J. Plol cmy, deputy provincial'ireasyrer, who slated that as the result the Dominion to Ibe province would be in crtased by ANNOUNCEMENTS There will he R 'dance held In the K. of V. hall, Saturday, .May .Everybody A grand lime Is assured.' Sheep OLD HATS F'OR NEW CENT PACKAGE OF. HcxiiU Straw Cleiiuer DOES THE TRICK .WITH' NO ATTACHED. J. D. Higinboltan Co Pioneer The Tfeaott Whole tr.4 retill c RECEIPTS FROM 'SOUTH ALBERTA CONSTITUENCIES 10.75 IasonIc meeUne. No. anil A.M.' tonight at 8 1 o'clock In Masonic Hall, Dominion BTocR. General business. Corjferrlng degrees. Vlsitlne brethren cordially Supply Co. MINING, BUILDING AND 'ilAIUVAST SUI'I'LIIiS AND 'EQUIPMENT "'EmcTsoii Fann I -.iECOHD .AVENUE A THIRTEENTH STREET, LETHURIDOE THRIFT IN FOREST FiRES There arc estimated lr> lie foreat fires in Canada every year of ail sizes and Nine-lcniha are set by human hands, and tho.dam- age rung from four to ten millions ot dollars, not .counting damage to soil, lo tlie value of watershed .areas .anil many other factors. "Thrift In forest fires" H "new movement which the Canadian Fores- try Association 'has etarted amongst the gutdea, and campers and snarls men of Canada wllh a flew lo culling down the country's limber losses In ffil7. Aa Is well known, ihe present- day wiiaca of forest flro are not" the railways 36 much as the settlers, hunicra" and fishermen. Thoughtlessness In rosncct lo, camp fires, Ihe Ihrowlng avay of lighter! to bacr.o, matrhns, etc., lijs some ot Hie worst coiifiasrallRiis During the months ol May and Juno, before' Ihe flro season la well under way this year, thousands of, men are being asked by ihn co opera lion of Ihc newspaper publishers ot Canada to make a year of thhft In Ihc forest, Xot only Is Canada'i hp.nsllble supply of (Inilier eerie reduced (n a whfen It shfjuhl be protected and Improved hy every Bible means, but hundreds of of one-} r-jrelfonl risking and ahd camping eround.i ate- blackened riiTn, No cnmp flrc BhouM 'be left Ihta I year unlll It Is "dead out" A few j extra o( wakr or spades of sji'ncl I make IMa poJnl certain. No fire should La act exccnl arnnnp [gravel, never In B hog or In or Throwlnx Hghled tobacco or matches Into the forest la conducUhal chargcaMe only lo Ibe amaleur, Chrlallan Herald. Aradla How Valley Calgary Caylslon Clareaholm ___ Cochrane CoronaUon Dldgbury and Dr'mh'ler. Uls. Cleichen Hand HJIh Hlfih River Iiinisfall Mlllc Dow Lelhbrldgc Maclcorl...... Slcdlclnc Hal Xanton Okotolts...... Olcts........ Pinelier Creek Hcd Deor T.ibcr Warner FOR PATRIOTIC FUND 1910 lo April 30 .April 11700 232.90 10.S43.13 100.00 38MO 3.1.00 705.00 2.4S0.62 205.00 8.00 3.750.50 S.01C.82 'SfJ.OOu.CJ) 1669.10 tOr533.4.7 l.oiuonil. May on some [arms has grown to tlic helgbt oMhrcc inches. These warm.days are oiled- Ing a-noticeable difference.1 Gardening operations are the slyJe now. The' women folk may lie seen Ilicsc days in town busily arranging tbeir {lower beds lo their fancfcs. 'There Is a keen compeiitlon -In lo'irw In'the" line of lionic bsaullfyine. High board j gaily painted and several little things arc'. belnR clone, Hist will lie looked upon with ailmJralioji after they arc accomplished. On the rarms, the 'fanners arc I snitching an hour or two a day from j their busy tolls, plant vegetables, wary arc going to add Lo Lhcir 'Improvements, a number of trees. The visitor to these parts, in a year or two. Tiill coDSfdcr himself lost, so Ihe Improving condliiona on the farms, Eatri, Henrtcrson end Mr. Mo ran motored down lo Lclhbridgc lo apenU most of Sunday, in (he former's oeir .McLaiielilin, On May GOi, Mr. president of Ihe Alberta u. F. A. gave a farm- icr's view of (he bocX of Res'elatlon. llio cpoke ot the ivilhcrlng nway of Competition In militarism and com- llie two largest factions in the [world today. So vividly niiij with 'simplicity he explain tlie 'Hook of Rcvclniio'n, thai Ills large audience was held spell-hound. Mr. Tilng, editor of Lho Preas, gave vent'to his appreciation during a few mlnules given over for llie asking of iimrjtions slier the speech. The ser- vice -was held In Uic hall aird'lliO latg'eftess of tlic congregation can be comprehended ivhen we say that Ihe church collection amounted lo-'936.40. The farmers arc lo be congratulated Tor having a man-of Euch capability as thcfr leader. The people here will be-sorry lo hear lhat Ilov. Mr. Armstrong has nc- c'cbled a ctll to Ihe conference (o he flilcd in June, The eastern agrees with. .Mrs. ArmBlrong's health heller lhan' Ihc western, II will be some consolation, however, lo know tlial what will be our logs Is anolher'a gain; Harry Alnlay, a former teacher here and now of Kdmonlon, haa suc- cessfully passed his lieutenancy flralnaUons, and la, now. (hercfore a Jlculcnnnt. Ho may go a cotnrutsEion comos hla tFrom ;bur-6wn "Corresponncnt) Avalon, May Is pmicttc- alty finished! lu Ihla ncIgUlorltood. wheat showing a'splendid sland al- ready on several farms, nnd ns thcro Is lols of-njofsLurc in Ihc- land. II loolvs as If; wo: lu for auolher bunjjier crop.._'.-. Tiie Ibis.commuully are glaJ to hear flie welcome news that Ihe municipality JK to t'rnile tlic rond and also ILat Ihgjgoveminent has ajv preprinted cnougrf money lo fix all the bad from A-1Q down lo the now steel is being built over the rtvcr.' Is ibe result or the good Nemlseam board of Lrade.' Thomas ircrtnlb has'oponed'2 first blnclisbith tilioji In llils vtclnUy. This is a Long EeU.waut and Mr. ,lrn- dale iiroralafts anytlking fro in B plow self-starter on your Quite a nuniiier Ot. the-farmers in .bla vlcinUy.-wehl but to Xemlscwii nst week-. It looked Hkc n. eatherlog of Hie clans" .wbbii were all assem- bled Tlennle's Geo. L. Anderson' Is receiving con- ibulionS for the palrioUc sale which s (o be held of May at John Xye, who" tin's, hccn ranching ,n our-mldst for or1 four vcars, has the Kogers (ilnce ind is busy hauMlrg- posts and wire ID rence it In, l" John Parry hla place and lias bought unlearn..'from Harry Smllh. Gco. local-postmaster, has I IVov. Oovl. piny ELS Em- JSOl.JZI.H 20.824.05 Staff of I'nlvcr- slly Albcrla 195.38 Sundry Contrl- Iratlons Interest I.C43.72 ,Vo. of families asslal'ed, S.fioC. Xo. nl Individuals.Bssls'tcd, Amount disbursed, AilralnlslralloD and dlTico 5 ll'ft They Have ''Why wore you lato to school thU morning, asked Ihc tcacfiOr. "Why, the hell rang before' I got fellow f If way, built n house In Etzlkom, and hla molhcr will bo ilown from tho Hat In llio coursn ot a few days. John Cham- bers Is. now -handling (lio mall pro.-. ICDI. Mason Risch Limited Balmoral Dlock LtlhbrldBt Wctrolai, Victor Hccordt, VloV Ins, Accordebns, Sheet Muslt and Muaica; ?fcrchandlce. Mall Orders Given Careful Attention. FEMALE HELP Two or three sales ladles to help In sale nt Wost- .ern Jlercanllle Co'y, 606 Third Ave., SoutlT. above ad- Iress: i JirUish Canadian 1 Trust Co. ASSIGNEE! iijit Warm Air FURNACES YOU WILL SAVE MONEY BY PLACING AN .ORDER FOR YOUR FURNACE NOW' .CotlNTRY WORK A SPECIALTY RADIUM SI1HT METftt GO. BLOCK, LETHBRIDCE The. .mosnuilocs are establishing IhnnmlrcB hero In counlleas' ntmbcrp, inucli 10 our chagrin. Dick .Veil IB not going lo take par! In any stampcilo IhU year. Last cum- mer wMIe riding In N'ew n bacl horse Jell oA his leg and H Is sllll In a conillllon which hinders tilm Irom partaking In the aporl Ihla year. Dick has won his epura. at many A lieilo, )lo is working on hlg farm near i Mothers' Day wan celebrated hero In llie church. Iiev. Armslrong gave aorno reasons why wo do not honor our parcnlB nnd reasons why wo should -honor parents. SETTLEMENTS MENACED, Oranil Jlorlds, MlnO., M.iv IC.-Tlio coilllnued dry, weather la "Increasing the ecriounncas of Ilia fprost fire sll- uallon Iri llasca county'and flrea nro now rdporled raging prfldlcslly cvciy- where, jflceii, Bcvcial BcUlcmcnta arc men- Lawn Hose, Lawn Hedge Shears, Lawn and' Garden [Tools of kind All a( prides {lint bcnd-ii. Your (nidc will be Hardware Go. NEAR HUDSON'S BAV STORE ;