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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PIANOS OF QUALITY StPinwny. Kordl'oimcr. N'ew' Scale Wl'.liar.ii'. llaincs Kr'iM. We invito yim to our Snow Uoom to inspect tliO!'.!. ASSIWIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. Phone 15*3, 315 6th St. S., Lcthbridge, A!ta. LETHBRIDGE BAlLY HERALD! HOTEL WINDSOR 'EUROPEAN PLAN . f MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 f.M. 1 ll GRAIN FED This h the Choicest and ts Fresh Killed. Delanys Meat Co. CLARK'S SEEDLING* STRAWBERRlfiS Absolutely the finest Stra)^vben'ies grown. Our first shipment this'season arrived thi.-- morning. " Price, per basket...... .. 30c WE EXPECT SHIPMENTS IN DAILY DIRECT FROM SPOKANE. ' ciFTH ST. S. CRFOSITE.D,-,LLAS HOTEL PHONE 432 HIGH-CLASS GROC-ERS THE GOOD CO PHONE 5 25 \ Fireworks for Victoria Day Fire CrackerS; Rockets, Roman Candles, Pinwheeis, Grasshoppers, etc., etc. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NE.XT DALLAS NOTE PHONE 1487 (From Our Own CoiirsnonclPnH Bow Isli'.mi. May -0.-The fonven-ors aud canvasjpr.'; tor tht' Red fios.^ drive met in thq rcf't rootr. on Pridiy t'veninp: lo Hint in r^'ceiiiis for tlio lanuKiiKii. The president. Mr.=. A. l'"iiller, and llie eoiiuiiittee in rliarge are more ilian pleased v.ith tlie splendid res.ults olitained tlirougli ilie � evening. A large attcndaneo excellent generosity of contributors tired, and w1-=li 10 extend the rsoeiety'ij j ivaniiest ajipreciarion to all those whose names apflear on the list as I ash suliscrihers :ind as donors of niiscellaaeoiis articles. The i~ociety is and final arrangement made for the resident�nianagiug committee. Mrs. Sy V. Ilurst is at present the Kues�> 01 3.1rs. Hurst, Devils Lake, X. Dakota. The regular monthly mcetiuK of the .Ma.sonic lodge will be held in the lodge rooms to-morrow (Tuesday) irt de- Boards of � Trade. On Monday evening tl'.e hoard of trado lieUl a very interesting meeting in the town hali. E^rerident \\'ert.s I)residing. Several importan matter.-; Winnipeg. .May DI.-Cash grain civ-cle.i w, reVigain quiet today. Tlie vol- ^ nine ol' hitsincss was very light. Oats i closed ;v liigher for .May and 'i high-j er !or .luly. Barley closed five cpnls ; higher for .May. Flnx closed l^X high-I er for :\l;iy and ;! eenta higher for Julv. WINNIPEG MARKETS. i O.its- , Open Close .May ,.....,........----Sii'j. ST-'^s '� .Inly .....I..............SS's SI Barley- .May ..........................147 Flax-May ..................a.ss'ij asn'i July ..................SSlVi aSTVi: CASH PRICES. Oats- 1 Xo. -j c.\v...s:ts i:xtia 1 Feed ---- No. 1 Feed.. SI �^s Bixrlcy--Xo. o C.\V..14T Kejected ......... Feed ............. ' Flax^ Xo. .1. X. C. W... No. 3 C.\V...S4s,s ...... ....... Xo. r Feed..7S5s Xd. 1 c.W.. 142 ........Ui) ........113 ..........astiu also desirous oC publicly expressing i were � discussed and left to the sub-its gratitude to all v.-ho assisted in 1 eominiitefs .for final decisions. The tiie eanipaign and whose generosity of i advisability'of obtaining official ad-ii!j�e has been such an important fac-: vice in the matter of iiroviding a suit-tor in tile gratifying rojults we have i a�fTe pl.iy ground for the children was obtaiiicdy When tlie return? -were . raieinicned. I'rof. Wallis. of the Cal-couuled over $7l"J was available. I gary Y. M. C. A. had communicated Aside froni this amount numerous re-j with .Mr. .r.'l^olUtt that he -wotild be gular monthly payraent.s are pro-; jileaseij to visit Bov.- Island and offer iniscd .'�nd many articles for sale : suggestions providing his transpor- \sere donated liy i-ummunity uAjel-leis. Con-idering the tact tliat there were two big patriotic appeals before ihe puhlio last week tlie local branch oi' the Ked Cross Society feel the publi-- has responded splendidly. lation charges were paid. In such an instance as this tlie consultation of outsider.s wiwld 'seem to the weary tax payer an undue extravagance. It Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg? .May 1>1.-Cattle market today at the Union Stock Yards was i steady on all lines butcher stuff. Stock- i ers and feeders slow with prices about steady. Hog prices dropped again and � the market is weak. Quotations: Butcher steers. S10..50 to $ln,,in: heifers. $S.OO to ?14.50; cows, fa.OO to 13.00; bulls. SG.Ot^ to $11.00; oxen., 57.0(1 to J12.0D .. stockers and feeders, � ?7.50 to J10.7.'>;' calves. ?S.00_ to $16.00. Hogs: -selects. JlP.tiC;' heavies.; ?1I).00 to S17.00; sows. S15.75 to! $1B.50; stags. 4S.00 to ?10.00; light,! SIB.50 to $lS.,-.0. i The Secret of a Good Complexion is in thecare 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 turn. It is delfg,htfully"cooling and re-, treshinV to the skin and is quickly absorlied. KEEP A JAR OF THIS CREAM ON YOUR DRESSING TABLE. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Succe^ors to Jackson & Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building sposalofthe cal appeals ^ The Lutlibridge medical board of re-, view couipleteil its worN. for a time,') oil Saturday Inst. Ueports of the cases c.iiisidcied during the last days, of the fitting reached Keglstrar Carson's of-f lco\'yesterda.v. The men raijed to c;vte;u>ry AL' are as follov.s: Joseph .Atattliew Murrwy. Warner; Frank Rtitklo, Coninierce: Tlios. Mot-gay Williams, Warner; Steve Kreg-asky, Lethhridge; Geo. Wni. Gardner. Wreutham; Samuel Walbiirger. ! .Mountain View; Claude ButterCield, Warner; Krnost V. Liuguard. Cards-ton; Thos. Hugh Held. Champion; Boarnhard Ilummfil, CUaiupion; Jns. Fi^ancis Braddock. Lethbridge; Wm. JIacnerlaiid, Ketlaw; Ivar Carlson, Etzikom. ^ The following men were placed !n category B2: ~ Adrnlii .Vnsel Adams. Champion; Frank Howard Xicliols. Ensign; Jns. Slapston. .iioraond; Olaf I'eter Sevorst-son, Uotlaw; Samuel Irvino Sheets. Blrdsholm: Wm. W. Hawke. Medicine Hat; Lome Craig, Lcthbridge; Pete Kirknold. Manyberries; Albert Ross Johnston, MedTeIno Hat. CITY AND DISTRICT Mrs. -L. M. CuUen and tamily'have i penditure of capital in receiving ad-rt>turi:fd home at'ter a j leasant visit vice in the foregoin.g manner, v.-ith miaiives in .Macleod. i . Dominion Dny. vices of one Mr. Lang, architect, were : obtained by .Mr. R. II. Hoberton for' an impartial survey of ;he work be-i ing accotupliahed and an tinbiaaed I report as to its substanti-lity. Mr. ' is true Bow island needs a play i Lang personally inspected the school 1 ground badly, hut why a needless ex-j and the work under construction and through his report and encouraging statements regarding the results of his investigations, citizens are asaur-1 uominion UEiy. ---- -----^-------. -----wv.-... Sewing D^.^^onst^ation. j Juiy First will be observed here with � ''4' " intleed refre.ViIng ' The domoastr.-aion of practical les-Jdue fornialiiv and the appointment of!"* '� I-ane's opinion 1 .sons iu sewing given under the per- .Messrs. Werts, Held and Beattie for 1 ''land is receiving the beat ma- )f the dav caused sin-' fo"" constructlo"!! available uii- .�Mtus lu sewiiii; ^:nt-'ii luiuer tue per-[ .Messrs. \\ eris, y sonal .supervision and instruction of. tlie sportsmen of the Df'P^trtment of Agriculture re-1 cere satisfaction devote their spare Tiioraents to pur-! school, when flnlsiied, will be ons to learn the Aid is on a firm financial basis with an active and large membership. Aside' from the church activities a consltlerable amount of Red Cross work has been accomplished. -Mr. and Jlrs. C. Smith desire to I thank their many friends for kindnes.s I anfl sympathy shown in their recent I sad bereavement In the lose of theii� ; twin intaat.s. I Pte. C. E. Bateman, who is sttjtion-,o(i at Calgary, Is spending the week-j end witli hia parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Bateman, Loucks street. Mr. H. Powers of Calgary spent Thursday, in Itown. Mia. J. R..Agar left on Friday tor a visit to I)arn^Yell. H. 10. Beattie of Calgary spent the week-end with his family here. Mrs. 7j. A. Ostriim and daughter i preta returnM on Saturday from Cal-j gary where they "were guests during last week. Brooks' Patent So much difllculty is experienced these d^ys in obtaining British products of all sorts that other preparations ot a similar nature must be fouiid to'temporarily take their- place. This applies brticularlyi to Baby Foods of which there is an acute shortage. The old, time-honored Rob-insqn's Barlejf is oft the market and Brooks'-Barley is taking its place and isAvlthout question an article of priJven merlL Is Coming Home. J. Drysdale, 2;!!Uh Batt.. is due arrive in Calgary on the llyth, . to I.O.O.F. The school of instruction and nominations at Viaduet Xo. 5;', I.O.O.F. tonight. Killed In Action. k. G. Conrad, of PIncUer Creek. lias ! been killed lu action. He enlisted with a mounted regiment. GOOD NEWS FOR USERSDR WRENCHES GENUINE CRESCENTS NOW IN STOCK 6 inch . � .j ;. . .; . . .: �. . .; ':��! ) $1�25 8 inch . . . . . . . . .. . .) ;. . . . . $1.50 10 inch ......; ... ., ! �... 1.'.. ;. . $1.85 For the past six months it has begn impossible to procure this popular Wrench. We have succeeded in getting a few dozens but they will be picked up in a hurry. A full line of all other styles of wrenches always on hand. See our stock, compare our prices. CONSUMERS HARDWARE CO. m in mwm Xow York. May 21.-Camel meat, dog meal and horse meal are being oaten in Saxony by the poorer classes, according to the Berliner Tageblatt of April 7, a copy of which has heun received here. /riin camel meat is being sold in Zwickau, and' comes from the Mohair camels of the Hageiiback menagory which gave a show in Zwickau in butcher because ot lack of fodder. The March. The camels 'were sold to n larger camel)* � gave from 300 to 400 pounds of meat. Consumption of dog meat and horse meat has increased �reiitly owing lo the war time scarcity of meat and the price also' ha.s gone up. > Dog meat sells for two marks sev^ eiity-fivo pteiiiiigs a pound and horse meat at one mark eighty pfennigs. BORN. FRYE--On Saturday, May 18th, at Lethhridge, to .Mr. and Mrs. jVlchla Fiiye, a son. ANNOUNCEMENTS Jlrs. W. H. Johnston's studio will be closed this week on account of illness iu the fattilly. The May recital is iioslponed for the time boing. 50c per can J. D. Higiobotham & Co . Limited � "Alberta's Planeer Druggltt^ WholesSile and Rjlt�ll Chcmlita. TELEPHONE No. tiZ Let Us Show Yoii the short-cut to savings and Bafsfacllon. Roots, �gtstters, tin and Bheet-motal work^ done by f.B lasts longer,! looks l)et.ipr,xaii a, few repairs to make, get our estimate for n guaranteed Job, AVe have a shop, men, and material, ready to serve you on short notice; The Dixon Sheet MetaLCo. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIOGB, ALBERTA british losses London, May 21.-British casualties to the number of 36,677' have been reported for the week ending today. The casualties are c^^ivlded as follows; Killed or died of wounds, officers, 313; men, 3,815. .Wounded or missing-Officers 1,241; men 31,308. The British casualty reports are still rpflectlnfl the recent heavy fighting although the totals (are begirniinB to decrease. . The figurps last week were 41,612; the I.Trge*t of any weisk since the German offensive b&gan. Death of Wm. Nikola. Died in the city on May 21. William Xllcola. aged 30 years. The remains are being held at Fetterlcy's undertaking parlors. Funeral notice will appear later. To the Conference. ,. A. V. Refofskl. of the Herald, will be the local dclega.le 4o the Western Canada Conference of Typographical Unions at Calgary Thursday, Friday and Saturdiiy ot this week. Will Come Here. II. Stutchbiiry, secretary ot the He-titrne'd Soldiers' Commission, who was to be in the city tomorrow has been called to l^glna hut will visit here on his way back. Pictures of Home Folks ^ Curry warmth and comfort to the heart of a Holdier. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT � TODAY. There will he a dance in the Knighl.'l of Pythias Hall. May 24th, Victoria Day, Everybody welcome. Gents, $1.,10; extra lady, &0c. Refreshmonto. 13(>-3 COLLECTIONS! CONSULTING ACCOUNTANT^ AUDITS ,AND STATEMENTS RENTS COLLECTED GENERAL BUSINESS SERVICE THE R.C. FARRIS SERVICE AGENCY Office: 8 Stafford Block Phone 517 Box 618 Smith's 906 Third Ave. S.. Studio  Phone 1471 Death of Wm. Crippen. Word lias ,beon received of the death in Lancashire, knglai'ul, at the age ot 05, ot Wm. Crippen. v.'ho three years ago was a rcsidcut of Lethbrldge. Till Nov. 1. The following have been granted ex cmptlon till Xov. 1: .\.' -N'lcaa', farmer,! Lethhridge; S. Yoger, Pendant d-j Orlelle; L. G. Tenney, AVarner; C. I Nelson, Wonlford;" H. Clly, Altorado; G. W. Irvine, ICtzikom. Death of Wm. Maughan, > Thei^ died in the city this morning. .May 21, at his residence 308 3rd Ave. South, William .Maughan, HKjul 6t". The body lia.H been removed to Mac-Kay & .MacKay'.s' funeral parlors. Funeral arrangements \\^ll bo announced ' later. Xo flo^vcr3. We aire Selling Agents for the MoIiiseJJniversai Tractor iuid can d^hver a-Tractor Today. rior Supply Co. R. COra.TRY The Alberta Met^t Mar)