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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PIANOS OF QUALiTY Stelnw'Sy, Xordbohiior, Xow Si'hIo WllUnms. Haines Bros. We invite Vou tn our Sliow Uooni to iuspoot them. ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. Phone 154S, 315 6th St. S.. Lethbridge, Alia. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD J HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM e.00 A.M. TO a.OO P.M. For Tomortrow Experimental Farm Lamb Ducks, Chickens, Beef, Pork, ail the choicest. Delanys Meat Co. FIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 EVERYMAN'S LIBRARY "The true university In theae days," snid Cnrlyle, "is a collection of books." The main idea of the "Everyman's Library" is to mtike it easy for every one to obtain such a collection, and get at small cost all thnt is good, all that has worn well in English literature. Cloth Binding.............60c Leather Binding .......____ $1.00 THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL S^:^&U1 Store PHONE 1487 -- SPECIALS THIS WEEK pND -- 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 market prices. ' - APPLES. Yellow Newton Pippins. In excellent shape. Get a case while thay last. Por caio $3.50 Per pound ............................... 10c ORANGES. A fresh lot of Valencies juat in. Per dozen ....................... 50c, 60c and 75c LEMONS, large size, per dozen ............. 45c FRESH RHUBARB, per pound ...............5c POTATOES, extra fine for eating, per cwt. $2.50 TURNIPS, 15 lbs. for ..................... 25c POTATOES, Gold Coin for planting. These are pretty well all sold but we still can aupply a few hundred. CARROTS, 7 lbs. for....................... 25c PARSNIPS, 6 lbs. for....................... 25c ONIONS, for planting. Multipliers, special, per pound.................................... 150 OLEOMARGARINE, finest quality, per lb... 35c CREAMERY BUTTER, strictly fresh, Clovordale brand. Special, 2 lbs. for .............. $1.15 NEW LAID EGqS, 2 dozen for.............75c BOILED HAM, sliced, per lb................ 60c OX TONGUE, Bllcod, per,lb................ 70o DILL PICKLES, LIbby's In tins. These are the best value, per tin ....................... 30c HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 5 2 5 OTHERS ISI HAVE DENIIFICA Tlie fol!o�inff onier in council rp-RariliiiK identification of tho.se apparently in t.'lass One ot the military ser-yiw act, hut v^ho a.s married men or for other reasons are not in this class, has been passed: ' "That if upon or affrr the first day of June. IfilS. any smh nialo person hn found wiiliont the requisite evidence or ccrtificato upon liis person, lie shall he presumed to bo a persotl liable for milit.iry service, anil to be ii deserter or absentee without leave; .ind he shall also be liable upon summary conviction to a fine not exceeci-lUK fifty dollars or to imprisonment for ;i perihd not exceeding one month, or to both such fine and iinpriaonment; and moreover, any suoii person may forthwith 1)e taken into military custody and may be there detained and required to perform military duties until the fact he established that he Is not liable for military duly." The order iu council stipulates that every man sliall have with him upon his person flt all times or in or upon . any building or premises where he \at un.v time is, the following proof of exemption: (a) If it be claimed that'he is not within the class by reason of age, an official certificate of the date ot his birth, or a certificate of his age signed by two reputable citizens residing in the community in which he lives mid having knowledge of the fact; or (b) It it be claimed that he is not '-nithin the class by reason of marriage, a certificate, either official or signed by two reputable citizens residing in the cominimity within which he lives and having knowledge ot the fact, certifying to his marriage and that his �wife is living;"or (c) It it be claimed that he is not within the class by reason ot his nationality, a certificate of his nationality signed by .i consul or vice-consul of the foreign state or country to which ho claims his alleeiance is clue; or {d1 U it be rlaiiued that he is excepted as a member of any of His Majesty's for'es or as having since 4th August, 1014, served in the military or naval forces of-Great Rritain or her allies in nny theatre of actual war and has been honorably discharged therefrom, official documents or an official certificate evidencing the tact; fe1 If it be claimeti thnt he is excepted as a member ot tlie clergy, or of any recoguizcd orilor of an exclusively reiigious character, or as a minister of a i-eligious (ienoinlnation ox-istinc in Canada on .-Vugust 20. 1917. or as being a uiemter of any other society or body, a certificate of the fact sigped hx_ an office-holder competent to certify under the regulations of the church, order or denomination, society or body, to which he belongs; or (f) If it he claimed that he is exempted from or not liable to military servTi^e by reason.of any exemption granted or claiirted or application pending under the Military Sei%'ice act, liilT. or the regulations thereunder, his exemption papers, or a certificate of the registrar or deputy registrar Qf the district to which he belongs evidencing the tact; or (g) If it be claimed that he is not within the class, or that he is exempted, not liable or excepted upon any other ground, a certificate of two reputable citizens residing in the community where he lives having know-leiige of the fact upon which the claim is founded and certifying thereto. To guard against any fraudulent use of certificates it is further provided that "The use. signing or giving of any such certificate, as hereinbefore mentioned shall, if the certificate be in any raalVrial Teapect false Or mislead; ipg to the knowledge of the person using, signing, or giving the same, by a offence punishable upon summaj-y conviction by a penalty not exceeding five htwrirad dollars, and by imprisonment for any term not esceeding six months and not less than one month." MARKETS Winnipeg, May 17.-There - was a good demand for cash oals. Offerings were very light. In barley and flai trade was slow and prices unchnuged. Oata closed 2c higher for May and lUc higher for July. Barley closed unchanged for May. riax closed 7-8c higher for May and unchanged for July. Winnipeg Marltets Oats - Open. Close. , May..........;., 79V= SI% iMuly .............\ TSH 79�i Barley- M.-iy ............... 140 Flax- , ......... -MG .May July 78'.i .^75% 37S'.4 Cash Prices No. 3 C.W.. Xo.'i'feeii.' 75H 78-% 78 5^ 72% No. 4 C.W...1,S5/ .............Ill ...........107 ,. .375* '8 K O D A K S Just received a splendid anay of EASTMAN'S KODAKS. THE LATEST MODELS are on ihand whtcli we wlU be pleased to demonstrate.  Our Amateur Developing and Printing Department is Working Overtime.-There are Reasons. SEND US YOUR WORK FOR EXPERT FINISHINO. The Frank dedley Drug Co. Phone 772 Drugs and. Stationery Lethbridge, Alberta Oats- Xo. 2 C.W... Si's Extra No. 1 feed No. I teed. Barlev- No. 3 C.W.. .140 Rejected...... Feed ................... Flax - No. 1 N.W.C......,......... C.-ilgar.y Livestock Calgary. May 17.-About 1100 hogs came in to the Alberta stork yards this morning, moat of them being good stuff and selling around Sl.i.SS, thfi same as yesterday. While thci*e were five cars of cattle iu the most were stockers and feeders and brought all the way from tO.OO to $10.50. Some good beef cattle went at J15.00. Winnipeg Livestock . Winnipeg. May 17.-Cattle market. today steadr on all lines of butcher j stuff. Stockers and lighf feeders i trade slow and dull. Hog prices steady. Quotations: Butcher steers, �|10,60 to 316.50; heifers $8 to $14; cows, $5 to $13; bulls, $6 to JU;; oxen $7 to.$12; stockers and teeder.s, ?7.50 to 10.90; veal c.ilves $7 to $16. Hogs--Select3. $20; heavies $16 to $17; .sows $16 to $17; stags $8 to light $16.50 to $19. REFINE SUGAR KERE. Victoria. B.C., May 17,-H^iwalian sugar is to be refined In Canada for tie first tiiue. Pl^ns for a shipment of 25,000 tons for the Cominion are said to have been perfected and the first consignment ot 6,500 tons Is reported to be enroute from Hilo to British Coltunbla on the steamer Tan-cred. ..... RELIABLE RUBBER GOODS Rubber Js higher than it has ever been before. It Is therefore very essential that you use caro In buylm rubber articles. We handle Hot Water-.Bottles, Syringes, Sick Room Sup> plies, Nursery Supplies, Rubber Goods, Etc. When you need anything In this line bo sure to see dur goods and compare quality tinil prices with those you see elsewhere. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. . Suecettoi^ ta^ackson A.Co. Telephonea?%55 and 1232 SKerrStR" building ^iCITY AND DISTRICT Matinee at Empress There will bo ,t special show for | children at Iho Empress tomorrow, | starting at 10 a.m. Stock Sales The P. Burns Co. bought the Experimental Farm ciUtio, also the (5. O. Kerr Farm Co.. cattie aud lambs. I. O. O. F. The first degree will be ^onferrt;d by No. 2 Lodec. 1. O. O. F., tonight. Degree team requested to be present. Visiting brothers welcome. Wounded . Pto. Jos. Bogovitch and Pte, Walter Gall, wlio enlisted here, but whose, next ot kin live in the old land, have been wounded. \ Addition to Block Thos. McNabI) has taken out a builil-ing permit for an addition to the block on 5th St. S.. in which the Aliierta Buffet is located. The addition will cost $1,000. Disallowed Exemption J. C .Henderson, car repairer, I..eth-1 bridge and J. E. Kannard, C. P. R. l'clerk. Lethbridge, liavo been disallowed exemption. J. F. Spring, Bow Island Is allowed till Nov. Ist. We Keep Hammering on the fact that we are the best In our lino, because otir worli^ Jiwtlfles UB iu this statement. For a tin or shoet metal job ot any description, wc hare the experience, the facilities and the equipment to meot the moat exacting requirements. Try us for quick results aud permanent satisfaction. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK  - X.'M* LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTAv For Sale CHOICE Turkestan Alfalfa S��d CARLOAD White Banner Oats QROWN PROM PURE SEED F. 0. HYDE & co. Phane 12M Lethbridg* We are Selling Agents for the Moline Universal Tractor find c�n delrrer a Tractor Today. Superior Supply Co, Anythiof Yon Want fa MEAT FOR YOUR StJNDAY DINNER AU Fresh KiUed Ro COUITRY Th* Albarta Maat Marktt PHONE 492 Seed Sunflower Seeds (bulk) Early Corn (White Cory) Nasturtiums- (Climbing and Dwarf) California Poppy Sweet Peas, in Solid Colors. 1 D. Hisiabothan k Co .- Limited --- TTke J^gJOl^ Storm A)b�rta'* Pioneer Druggtato* Whalcaala and Retail ChemlatSk TELEPHONB No. 122 Everything Suitable for the ^'^^ Garden CV3 7/ GARDEN RAKES GARDEN HOES SPADES SHOVELS DIGGING FORkS RUBBER HOSE LAWN MOWERS GARDEN WHEEL BARROWS HAND CULTIVATORS AND FEEDERS ALSO FLOWER AND VEGETABLE SEEDS Consumers' Hardware Company PHONE 1212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH \ writes the Herald stating thnt, while it is trui! they must ship till the whe.Tt tliey Imve on hnnd tit .Medicine Hat. they will bo nllowod to ship to their mills from their country poiiTt.s a sufficient amount of wheat to keep tlioir mill in operation, so thnt tliey huve no intention whatever of closing down the .Medicine Hut branch. Are Fined Before Magistrate Irwin in' city police court .this morning. Dan Moy-sluk was fined $5 and costs for failinB to report, being an alien. John Connors 'Was fined %a and costs for common asaault. For Red Cross The hon. troas. Ked Cross .society acknowledges with thanks donation of |. $100.00 from iMajor Jack Itoss Chapter I.O.D.E.; ^.UI.OO proceeds of Bo.x Social, per Mrs. Ed. Kellett., lion. sec. ladies' aid, ilardieville; donation ?25.0(), Mrs. J. S, Stewacd- ?,").00 Mrs, J, T. Peat. ANNOUNCEMENTS our service will bring you back; westbrook bros. . Oppotlta Rank of Montreal The Clean, Up-to-date,'' Sanitary Don't forget the lecture tonight, "The World Has Ended; Millions Now Living Will Never Die" in tho Sona of England Hail at 8:00 p.m., by Hvangellst W. F. Crawford ot the Pacific Coast. Auspices Associated Bible Students. You aro cordially Invited. All seats free. No collection. 1S3-1 A dance will bo held In Burgmann's hall, 13th Street North, ovory Saturday night. Two-pleco orchestra In attendance, n. Burgraann In charge. Gents Tiic. fjadics (reo. 13'J-1 Tho livlie.? ot St. Patrick's Cliurch will hold a sale of children's wear ladlea' aprons and aummw ^ dresHca on Saturday, May 18th. The good things on tho pantry table will be an attraction. Tea will be served during tho afternoon. This will, be held In the building recently occupied by the Uo'yal Store on 3rd Ave. Kvevy-body welcome. 139-0 Pictures of Home Folks ... CiAri7, warmth and ,poj�Iort to the heart of a soldier. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY. Smithl Siudio 9Qt Third Avefs. Phone 1471 Joins Flying Corps Johnny Livingstone hiis returned from Calgary where he was accepted for tlie Royal Flying Corps and leaves on May 27th for Toronto to enter training camp. Tho new birdman recruit has been connected with tho Conyhoare, Churcli, JIcArthiir and Davidson staff tor several years, and \\)s ono ot the moml)er,s of the VMI fjcth'bridge baseball team. Roads Demonstration All who are' interested iu good roads for Southern Alberta are invited to iittmid a dunioustralion In road making which will be stngod on Saturdiiy afternoon along the y'naldale-Leth-bridge trunk road by the Uumiey Kngiiie Co., who are providing tractors to operate the new stylo twin gradel^a .just brought into use l)y the department of public .works. The ox-act location ot the demoiislration cannot be announced but it will be within a few mllos of the city along the road mentioned. BROUGHT DOWN ANOTHER. With the American Army in Franco, .May 17-^American aviators in tlie section northwest of Toui brought down another Gorman airplane this morning. : : > : ? : : ? : > .> .> .> .> : LETTERS MUST BE SIGNED ? Tlio Herald has received several communications recently for puhlicatiou, which do not bear the signatures ot the writers, or whicli are signed by some special title. U is, The Herald's rule to publish no communication without .the name ot the writer. Some of tlie lpt : : : MEMBER PRIVY COUNCIL London, May 17.-(via Renter's Ot-'tawa Agency.)-Tho King has appointed Hon. William Lloyd a member of the privy council. The Bishop ot Ontario has appointed Rev. Joseph Cantrell Bancroft to the .Mission of Shannonvliio, and Rev. T. H. Hail, rector ot Newborn', to the Mis.sIou ot JIadoc and Queen-boro. Medical Board ' Today is a busy day with tho medical board ot review, about 75 candidates tor examination being on hand. The board is only scheduled to sit until this evening. On May 14th the boird had its heaviest day since coming hero, wiion 100 were e^-amlned, being divided as follows: -18 A2; 29 B2; 10 CI; 4 03; and 0 K. The large porcentago of A2 men is accounted for by tho fact that many werS never examined, being exempted before cr\U-nd for examination. Altogether the board haiT examined over 900 here. Will Keep in Operation The Herald on Saturday published a report that the Ogilvio IMIiling Co. at Medicine Hpt, might bo forced to close dc.wn owing to tho new order roauiring the company to ship tho 400,-000 bushels of wheat at their Medicine Hat elevators to Fort William for shipment overseas. The company now Remember the Diamond City Auction Sale on Monday, May the 20th. -WATCH FOR POSTERS- COLLECTIONS! CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT AUDITS AND STATEMENTS RENTS COLLECTED dENERAL BUSINESS SERVICE THE R. C. FARMS SERVICE AGENCY Office: 8 Stafford Block ' Phone 517 Box 618 For SALE 300 bus. Marquis Wheat . $2.50 bushel 600 bus. Flax ... $4.50 f.o.b. Nobleford \/Je GUARANTEE THIS TO Bt OF I^IRST CLA�6 QUALITY J. HARRIS & CO. ARLOW'S EAT... ARKET PHONE 796 1110 SIXTH AVE. FOR SALE CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALPAL-FA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS. \ PROMPT 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 613 HAVE YOU SEEN THE UAGKDAW LOOSE LEAF LEDGER BINDER ' Different to Other Binders, -� Binds from 1 to 800 Sheet*. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVERALL & FRANKS SInnott Block, cor. 4th Ave. and 6th 'St. / Phone 110; ;