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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PIANOS OF QLTTfLiTY Rtoinwny, Novdliplmcr. Kpw Sr:ilc Williams, Haines Bros. Wo invltf yoii to our Show :i?oom to iiiM|ioot ilioai. ASSIWIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. ' Phone 1S45, 315 6th St. S., Lp,thbridge, Alia. LETHBRifiGE DAILY HERALD! HOTEL ^ INDSOR EUROPEAN fLAN MEALS FROM o'00�/f.M. TO 8.00 P.M. GRAIN FED Beef, Pork and Mutton This is the Choicest and is Fresh Killed. Delanys Meat Co. riFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 CLARK'S SEEDLING STRAWBERRIES Absolutely the finest Strawberries grown. Our first shipmeiit this season arrived. thii: morning. � Price, pW basket......... 3flic WE EXPECT SHIPMENTS IN DAILY DIRECT FROM SPOKANE. o^^r THE GOOD CO. mmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmiwmmammmmmmmmmm. P HO N E ^ S2S Fireworks for Victoria Day Fire Crackers, Rockets, Roman Candles, Pinwheels, tlrasshoppers, etc., etc. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1437 lARKETS Is xtiohc "^HELPWIN T/iEVWRR PRODVaiON 0C.T.5H e-CjlL'^rfcl NEWS NOTES. Montreal cltj- council hn.^ adopted ;!ie admin;:?trative commi-jsioner's 'ok-:ommendation (o impose a tax of 4'! ;onts per ?100 valuation on real es-iate besides the regular tax on realty. Arraigned in Walkerville police !oiirt on tha charge 'of "having fired i neighbor's barns, Louis Guileman, FTineniaker, of Sandivich West, was ordered committed for trial and 'allowed bail of $3,000. Manitoba will produce from four to five million more bushels of wheat this year than the average crop &3 the result of the "break more land" campaign of the provinci.-'.l department of agriculture. i Elma E. Chase, for twelve years, organist at. the Central Baptist Wiunipo.c. .May ."iO.-Business was liRht in the r.ash markets today. Ot-(erinh's were very light and the demand was not particularly brisk for coarse grains. Oats dosed 2 7-8c higher for botli months. Barley dosed 2c higher for .May. Fla.\ closed 6 l-2c higlier for May and five cents higher for July, Winnipeg Markets Oats-*> Open. Close May........... S63i .luly ............ S07� S3�4 Barley- .Mav................. 142 Flax-t- � Mav .......... 3TS � 3S4 July ......... .... 3S0 3S4Vj Cash Prices Oats- Xo 2 C.W... ST No. 3 C.W... 83% Extra No. 1 Feed .............. S3% N'o. 1 feed.. S0% No. 3 feed.. 77% Barley - No. 3C.W...14S No. 4 C.W...13S Uejected.....................1^4 Feed........................lOD Flax-No. 1 N.W.....................3S4 No 2 C.W...3S1 No. 3 C.W...359 V/lnnipeg Livestock Winnipeg. May 20.-Cattle trading today at the Union Stock Yards was steady to firm for butcher cattle. Bulls and o.\en stockers and feeders- trading was slow and dull. Hog prices declined 25 cents a hundred. Quotations: Butcher steers $10.50 to ?15.50: heifers, $S.00 to $14.50; cows J.5 to S13: balls $fi to oxen ?7 to $12; 1 stocker-s and feeders $7.50 to 10.75; ! calves SS to $16. i Hogs-Selects, $19.75; heavies. $1G to 17; ROWS $16 to $17; stags, ?S to $10; lights $16.50 to $1S.50. CALGARY LIvfesTOCK. Calgary, Jlay 20.-Only stockers and feeders in at the stock yards today. Most of them sold at $9 to S9.50. No hogs in' at all. The Secret of a Good > Complexion is in the care of the skin. If exposure to sun and �wind causes your skin to become inflamed and rough, use Nyal's Face Cream It will take out all of the burn. It Is delightfully cooling and refreshings to the skin and Is quickly absorbed, KEEP A JAR OF THIS CREAM ON YOUR DRESSING TABLE. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. , Succeisora to Jackson & Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building , CITY AND DISTRICT Dangerously III Pto, Harold James, who enlisted at Pinchor Creek, is reported dangerously ill in England, , Grassy Lake Man Returns H. Phipps of Grassy Lake, is in (i j recent party of roturnhd men from tha front, " \ Auto Club A meeting of the executive of the Ante Club (Will he held this evening In tl^e board of trade rooms at 8.30. Ill In Hospital Sgt. Frank Miles who left Leth-bridge with the -llSth has been sick In a hospital in England sinco April 3. Funeral Miss Moore The funeral of Miss Maude Mnnrc took place on May 17 from Keltcrly's parlors. Rev. W. F, lUuns officiating. Interment was made in the public cemetery, . r If KODAKS Just-received a splendid array of EASTMAN'S KODAKS. THE tATEST MODELS arc on hand which we -will be pleased to demonstrate. Our Amateur Developing and Printing Department is Working Overtime.-There are Reasons. SEND US YOUR WORK FOR EXPERT FINISHING. The Frank Medley Drug Co. Phone 772 Drugs and Stationery Lethbrldje, Alberta Church died very suddenly at her home in Sarnia from apoplexy. She was a daughter of the late Rev, H. P. Chase, a missionary on the Sarnia reserve. Windsor's police force will be reduced it a recommendation to the police commissioners by Mayor Tu-son is acted on favorably. It Is asserted that since D^roit is without | saloons, the work of the force has droi)j)ed off materially. Wentworth County Council voted down a resolution fo put itself on record as being opposed to the conscription of farmers who were needed on the farms. A majority of the council 1 states that if the government said It needed the men from the farms It was up to the farmers to Is Convaleocing Cadet R. O. Cox of the Royal Air i Forces is in the city on a short leave i of absence convalescing after an at-' tack of pleuro-pneumonia. Cadet Cpx I is doing some recruitin^for tlie force j while in Lothbridgo. Death of Infant The infant sou of Mr. -and Mrs. Jolin Lovas died at the residence 1101 7th St. N. on May \i. Tlie funeral was held yesterday afternoon at 2,10 at St. Patrick'.^ church. Interment took place in St. Patrick's coniotery . If you are a User of.. . TOOLS we want to See You Our assortment is large, and quality corjsiderpd, our prices are as low as the lowest. We will consider it a pleasure to show you .what we have, even if you do not intend to buy just HQw. * Our Store is Open Until 9.30 on Saturday Nights. Consumers Hardware Co. ANNOUNCETdENTS Meeting of Retail Clerks Association on Tuesday night at S.30 in the Labor Temple. Ay clerks invited. i\Irs, W. IT. Johnston's studio will bo dosed thi.s week on account of illness in the family, Tlie May recital is postponed for the time being. For Sale CHOICE Turkestan Alfalfa Seed CARLOAD 'White Banner Oats - GROWN FROM PURE SEED F. 0. HYDE & CO. Phone 1244 Lethbrldge Taking the place of Maypole Soap. We have >the entire range of ^Iplors. They dye all fabrics.^,' ^, Will not stain either hands or utensils. 25c J. D. Higiobotham & Co -^- Limited -- Th8 Alberta'* Plancer Druoolatt* ' Wholesale and Ratill Chemlitiu TELEPHONE No. S2f Salvation Army Work H. Dawson has received a letter from a Brigadier-General in Franco admiring the good and able work for the boys in khaki. He has also given a good donation for tlio Self Dcnitil Effort. A dance will bo held in Burgmann'a 'ilall, 13th Street north, every Saturday night. Two-piece orcliestra in attendance. II. Burgmann in diargo. Gents 75c, Ladies free. 135-1 BORN SHIPPOBOTMAM-To Mr. and Mrs. C. C. R. Shippobothnm, 1200 Gth Ave. soiitli, on May ISth, a son. 135-1 , Till Nov. 1. The following men of the Lethbridgo district have been given coemption | until Nov. 1: A. Doenz, \\L-irner; C. ; Pederson, JIanyberries; II.'Wold and i H. L. Jes, and R. Jorgeson, Orion; W. W. Bugler, Warner; G. M. McCruck-i en, Wdrner; R. Leipit, Many berries; J. K, Garston, engineer, Lethbrldge. Nev/ Banking Hours Some of the banks today have notices posted that, commencing on June Ist the regular banking hoiirs will be from 0.30 to 2.30 instead of from 10 to 3. On Saturdays the iiours will bo from 9.30 to 12, thus giving halt an hour longer for banking on Saturdays. Pictures of Home Folks Curry warmth and comfort to the heart of a soldier. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY. ' Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. S. ^ Phono 1471 NOTED AMERICAN-AIRMAN IS KILLED. With the American Army In France, Sunday. May 19,- (Gy the ABsocla'ted ; Press.)-Major Raoul I^utbery, of the .-Vmerlcan Flying Corps, has been kil- ' led In an aerial battle. He will bo/ burled tomoiTOw with full military honors, in which both Americaa and French troops will participate. Luf-bcry'a homo v.-as- in Wallingford, Conn, maks the eacriflce ling. without grumb- Let Us Show You the short-cut to savings and Batisfaction. Roofs, gutters, tin and sheet-metal work done by us lasts longer, looks better, and costs less. If you are building, renovating, or just havo a few repairs to make, get our estimate for a guaranteed job. We iiave a shop, men, and material ready to servo you on short notice. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK The body of a Russian, apparently named Gluck from papers found on the clothing, was picked up hy a train crow west of Iroquois. Approximately 300 boys, ranging In age from 10 to 20 years, ducked Pastor Josiah SIkes and two of his el-der,s In a baptismal tank and cliasod several other elders through the residence districts and wrecked 'the canvas tabernacle of the Living God, a religious denomination in Birkeley, Cal, when the pastor and his assistants refused to sing the national anthem. Two policemen �who endeavored, to Interfere were smothered under an avalanche of squirming boys. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA We are Sellbg Agents for the Moline Universal Tractor and ca^ deliver a Tractor Today. Superior Supply Co. WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal Clean, Up-to-date,'Sa'nitary For Red Cross The Hon. Treas. of the-Red Cross Society acknowledges with thanks i donation of $337.50 from the employees of tlie Gait mines for the mouth o^, ApriV 1918, per Jlr, Chas. Peacock, " secretaryttreasiirer Local Union No. 574; also donation of $35.00 from the Nemiscam Red Cross Society, per the Hon. Sec, Mrs. John A. Stewart, H. Maunsell's Son Dii^-ippears -Horse Returns Without Rider Macleod, Jlay 20.-On Wodneaday last M. Jlarmsell's son left his father's house to ride to the Cow Camps some ten miles distant. I.,ater in the day his horse with the aaddle was found, and search was made for the young man but no trace of him lias yet been found, and it is feared ho was drowned while crossing the river. � For I SALE 300 bus. Marquis Wheal ^ $2.50 bushel 600 bus. Flax ... $4.50 f.o.b. Nobleford WE GUARANTEE THIS TO �BE OF FIRST CLASS QUALITY COLLECTIONS! CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT AUDITS AND STATEMENTS. RENTS COLLECTED GENERAL BUSINESS SERVICE THE R. C. FARRIS SERVICE AGENCY Office: 8 Stafford Block Phone 517 Box 61S < ARLOW'S EAT. .. ARKET PHONE 796 1110 SIXTH AVE. 3. & ca HAY POtSALE CARLOADS OR \.t^% TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALFAL. FA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW.  IREFUL ATTENTION JO. ALL ORDERS. FROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOI� PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. / 1221 2nd Avenue South Telephone 732 ^CANADIAN QjETS HIGH POjJT, !S\vam%f P. Howard, managing director otiPhoon^ Bridge and Iron Works, Montreal; .wlyi has 'been appointed (lopnty (Uftictor of war Bupfiillos' for Orottt Mtttln.-Photo"by British ' S, Co.yjUgl fress. The Twentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" I. DROP IN 514 FOURTH AVENUE �vm/m PHot^ E 613 HAVE YOU SEEN THE MEMORIAL TO F.DITH CAVELL, I thevKugllsh nursing martyr, executed | bytbn Huns In Bolgliini, which Is to bo eroctod near Charing Cross, Loii-Uou, , 'JACKDAW LOOSE LEAF LEDGER BINDER Different to Other Blndero, , Binds from 1 to 800 Sheats. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVERALL & FRANRS SInnott Block, cor. 4th Ave./nd 5th St. Ph^n* 1107 mmmmmmammtmmmmmmBmmmmmam^itm 6996 ;