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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PIANOS OF QUAUiTY Steinwny. Xdr.l'nimt'r. Now Wi!Ua!;\!>. Hnlr.cs nins. \Vp Inviti' ym\ in i.ur Siuv.v i;nom 1.) ir.spiMt. tliriii. ASSh>JIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. Phono 31b Cth St. S.. I.ethbridoe. A;ia. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.q0 P.M. BtUNBSa Men Recommend Us to Their Wives '^'^^^^^^Hi'^^ This week we have extra choice FRIDAY, MAY 24TH, BEING VICTORIA DAY THIS STORE WILL BE CLOSED. ill ill I '^^4m Grain Fed Beef and Experimental Farm Lamb. Delanys Meat. Co, OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL riFTH ST. S. OHONE 452 Thursday and Sateday Speciak ThU Week |i| g(JO[) [JEWS FOR USERS OF ENCHES GENUINE CRESCENTS NOW IN STOCK FRESH STRAVVBERRIES, Dally -.hipmetils nrrlv. ing. Lowest market prices. APPLES. Exlr.i fine quality. Good sound stock, These are .Tbout done foV for this season. Price, per lb..................................r. 10o .Per case ...................... $3.50 and 53,75 FRESH PINEAPPLES. First this season. Extra fine, each .............................., . 40c FRESH RHUBARB, Green Onions, Lettuce, Asparagus. Cucumbers, Ripe Tomatoes, Cabbage, All at lowest market prices. MULTIPLIER ONIONS, per pound ......... IBo TURNIPS, 15 Ibii, for ........................ 25o CARROTS, 7Jb8, for ...................... 25c PARSNIPS, 7 lbs. fbr....................... 25o COLO MEATS, COOKED BOILED HAM ye:ir-iilil tin:-- record (>[ o 1. I FRESH , Spring Veal � Lamb, Grain Fed Beef, Fowl, For Thursday and : : Saturday : : D The Alberta Me\t Market PHONE^492  The oldest cptnblislied meat ni;(rket in the city- Open Thursday Till 9.30 Closed 24th 1 I IJITLE S mi Winnipcp. May 22,-The cpsh prnin markets cuntinued quiet aKain today a.rd tlie vdliinie of bu.siue.-.s wus small. I'lie luiivement ot i;raiu rniitiiuies to d(H roase and the daily arrival of cars at Winiiipes are averaging about 12,'. for all grains. Oats closed 1 7-Sc lower .for :\lny and l!e lower for July. Barley clo.sed !-2e higher for May. I''lax dosed 7 "-Ic lower for May artd 0 l-2c lower tor July. Winnipeg Markets \\\ m SI Oats- Mav..... Jitly ..... Barlev- May..... Fla:;- .Mav..... July ...... Open. ,'isr> ".Sa Cash Prices WESTBROOKBROS. 4 Opposite Bank of Montreal Clean, Up-to-date, Sanitary 22 WinnipeiT. May 1Z.-The firoi clear ni.:" of di-.-entiou v.iihiii tiie ranks printers both are among tlie nnion.s said to bo joining the strike in the next twenty-four hour.s. -1- >y -American Girl, High Born Lady and Great Isle have been named in *l;e early ^'losing events at PoughkCv^pslo by the ilusslan horsemau, Count Ana-tole Issaoff. - ' . Oats- . No. 2 C.W. l';>:tra .\o. 1 feed .\(). 1 fcerl liiirley- N'o. :! C.W. Kejected ...... Feed .......... Fia.x- No. 1 N.W.C. . . . No. 2 C.W.. .:;7.t',.'. sr.^i No. .'1 C.W. No. 2 feed. Close SI ;i7S'-j S2\ S2^,i 7.S:'4 .l.jl No. 4 C.W...1-4C ............12;: ............117 . .S7Si^; 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 ail of the burn. It is delightfully cooling and re-frcsliii;g to the s!:in and is quickly absorbed. KEEP A JAR OF THIS CREAM ON YOUR DRESSING TABLE. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson &. Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building VILLAGE DESTROYED Madison. Wise. May 22.Destruction of .the village of Loui; Uock by a tornado last iiight was prtit'tically coniiilete. according to word received today. Tii''ee persons were killed v.hen their lionu'.s .wore wrecked. A tornado i.-. also rc-iinrted to have (lone nitich damage stnilhwc-sl of here about eighteen le.iles. : : ? : : ? ? > : : : : 6 Inch ............... '......... $1.25 8 inch.....................- . .. $1.50 10 inch......... ................$1.85 12 inch............ . . y. .. .... $2.25 For the past si^ months it has been 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. CITY AND DISTRICT Fair Bo.nrd , The fair hoard will hold a special meeting in in ; wi!i, ii it slate,1 tlial .Air. \V. C. .\larsli ' waji an ordained rri!sbyteri;>n minis- M-v. 1 visli to m.ike this correction. ; .Mr. .\larsli was never ordained by tlie I I're.sliyterii'ii cliuicli, lie labored in ! tile capacity of �ftitochist" which cor-! resjionds to tiiat of "lay reaiier" in ; the Aii.uliean eiuirch. "in which he is ; now enga^red. 1 am, j Vourr, r>si)ecttully. I W, F. lU'KN-S. I-Cnox Clnuvdi. i .\iay 22nd. j'.HR. Savln.g the middleman's profit In the purchase of a iiiano is tho experience of tlio.se who buy from :Alason t\ Uisch, Limited. Balmoral Block. Tlfolr "Factory to Home" proposition, with descriptive catalog will b6,nmll-cd you for the asking.-.\dv. 137-1 Mrs. W. IT. Joliiiston's studio will be clofed this week on accr, grand ; master of tho grand lodge of Allierta, will pay an official visit. Corclud'ng Engagement Miss Peggy O'llara, who has ploas-eii so many Lethbiidge people .with he!' singing at the Empress theatre, concludes her eiigiigement there this weeli. .Miss O'Hara has a remaikably Ijcautiful soprano voice, and has been heart; bv many witli great pleasure. Pictures of hjome Folks Curry warmth and comfor!. to the heart of a soldier, MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY. - Smith'^ Studio 905 Third Ave. S. Phono 1471 Fun�ral Mr. Maughan The funeral of the late William Maughan will leave MacKay and :Mac-Kay's parlors, Sn.'l llrd Ave, S., on Thursday, May 2.'?, at !I.15 and proceed to St. I'atrlclt'a church whore mass will be sung at O.'iO, ..Vfter which the body will he laid to -rest in St. Patrick's cemetery. WALKED 500 MILES We are Selling Agents for the Moline Universal Tractor and can deliver a Tractor Today. Prince Rupert, B. C, May 22.-Anxious to/;oramonce training .so as to he in time tor the summer campaign in France, William Kay arrived hero today froin Skagway to sign up. lie had travelled five hundred miles on snowshoes through the Yukon to reach the coast. Kay Is a miner whoso former homo was in Fergus, Ontario. Salvation Army Commander Col.' Turner, second in command of the Salvation. Army In Canada �\Vest, will spend tho week end in tho city and conduct special meetings Sunday in the Citadel, The Colonel is a ,splendid speitlter. Ho will ho assisted by Brigadier Jlay of Edmonton. All are welcome to attend. MUCH AIR FIGHTING On the l''rcncli T''roni- in r'ranco, ?.lay 22.-.'\mericuii air stiuadrons have been engaged in participation with tho Frcnnh in bombin.g oiiarat-ious behind the Oornian lines. These! operations are being 'carried out'on u vfify large scale. At one time r,-;-cently 120 allied machines wero flying at tlie same moment in liombing work. Victoria, B. C, May 22.-A strike involving over ten thousand men will i 1)0 iirecipitated tomorrow unless the Imperial Munitions Boards recognizes the demands of tho British Columbia shipyard workers, accoriling to labor leaders here. ' , llefusing to accept the Murphy award in its entirety, tho labor organizations, Ihrongli the Metal Trades Council, this afternoon presented to H. P, I5utchart, director of wooden shipbuilding on tho Pacific Coast for the Imperial Munitions Board, the fol-lowing ultimatum: "All interview with Bayley Hopkins, at which he stated ho was authoriijed to pr'ciiont the I. M._ B,. and employ-err-, of B. C, our demauils were placed 1 before hlin with the undov.standlnft ' that same would bo lirought to the at-leniicn of the employers in conference in the 1, JI. B. offices. Nothing of a ilefinlte nature has resulted from thli' interview, , "Owing to the fact that .we have lecoived no further notice of any move by you or tho otnployors to make a ."atisfactory adjustment we have decided to withdraw our members from\|l yards and plants on May 21!, until our nqtieKts liiivo been g!%'intcd." Tlds communication, which Is accepted in the nature of a final tiltlm- atiiiii was placed in tho hands of the iiluphuildiiig director this nfternoon by J.inies Dnkors, pr(isi(tent of the local Metal Trades CouncJli The Metal Trades Counc(ls, aocor(J- ing to Mr, Dakers, are empowered to act, inasmuch U\at the majority of the workmen voted the power to call 11 .strike whenever the repreaoiitatlve today sa\i fit. Firemen Will Strike. Victoria, B. C, Alay 22.-The men, ot the city fii'o department have iiotlfled i tho city authorities that thoy will (jn BATTLING NELSON Is paHHlng on lijs wallop lo IIk^ Kii!�er. (!iipf.iln .f. W I'll strike tomorrow onlesj tho city ThompKoii and Lieutenant Maum of lire 50th Jtifaiilrv are v.uilliiir for the ; iUiuiled an increase In wages of 15 chmnplon to demimstrale with the duuUny that lu to train the men to hi.al i luH- cent. TliB chief anU (lepuly chlal th* men who are doing thoir lu�t trlcjt boforo tliey gooHe.,';|ijp back to the I ill the brigade �laiiU iliV iifin, tuU LInUeiiH. . i ; / ^300 bus. Marquis Wheat $2.50 bushel 600 bus. Flax'... $4.50' f.o.b. Nobleford WE GUARANTEE THIS TO BE OF FIRST CLASS QUALITY CHOICE Tjurkestan Alfalfa Seed CARLOAD White Banner Oats GROWN FROM PURE SEED F. 0. HYDE & CO. Phone 1244 Lethbrldge ARLOWS EAT. .. ARKET PHONE 796 1110 SIXTH AVE. 8. BESSBVH. MAV for sale CARLOAD^ OR LES3 TIMOTHY. UPLAND, ALFAL-FA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. J. CAREFUL ATTENTION ALL ORDERS. i- PROMPT SHIPMENT TO WRITE OR WIRJi US FOR PRICES. Saunders, Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South Telephone 73^ The Twentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP", DROP IN , 514_FOURTH AV,ENUE PHONE 613 Every Mercliant Should Own a , New Edison Desk. Mimeograph INCREASES YOUR SALES AND PROFITS ' SEND FOR CATALOGUE OR CALL FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION,' EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE, EVERALL & FRANKS SINNOTT BLOCK , ' LETHBRIDGE 9704 ;