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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 23, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PIANOS OF QUALiTY Stolnwar. N'ordlielmer. Now Scale Willlnms. Halr.cs Sroi?. AVe invite yon to cur Show Koom lo Inspect tliciii. ASSIWIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. Phone 154o. 315 Cth St. S., Lethbridge, Alta. LETHBRIIJGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEAL8 FROM 8.00 A.M. TO 6.00 P.M.  Men Recommend Us to Their Wives This week we have extra choice Grain Fed Beef and Experimental Farm Lamb. Delanys Meat Co, OPPOSITE OALLAS HOTEL FIFTH ST. S. PHONE 4S2 Thursday and Saturday Specids This Week FRIDAY, MAY 24TH, BEING VICTORIA DAY THIS STORE WILL BE CLOSED. Fireworks for Victoria Day Fire Crackers, Rockets, Roman Candles> Pinwheels; Grasshoppers, etc., etc. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO.. Ltd. T^L store DALLAS HO PHONE 1487 FRESH STRAWBERRIES, Dally shipments arriv- iny. Lowest market prices. APPLES. Extr.T fine quality. Good sound stock. These are ebout done for for this senson. Price, per ib.................................... 10o Per case ...................... *3.50 and. 53.75 FRESH PINEAPPLES. First this season. Extra fine, each .........................,...... 40c, FRESH RHUBARB,-Green Onions, Lettuce, Aspar- .-igus. Cucumbers, nipc Tom.-itoes, Cabbage. Alt at lowest market prices. MULTIPLIER ONIONS, per pound .........,.15c TURNIPS, 15 lbs. for....................... 2So CARROTS, 7 lbs. for ...................... 25c PARSNIPS, 7 lbs. for.......................-250 COLD MEATS, COOKED .BOILED HAM �. ROAST PORK, per Ib. ... C5c ^OX TONGUE, per Ib...................... 65o CORNED BEEF, per lb............ ........ 60c BAKED LUNCHEON\LOAF, per Ib.........40c GINGER SNAPS, Special per Ib............. ISc WATCH THIS SPACE FOR OUR SPECIAL AD. SATURDAY, MAY 25th. HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 525 MARKETS ArACIIVIIY ; M ALLIED .;. .% BRANTFORD NURSE A VICTIM I Frentli Hetiilqunrter?. JUi.v -''"I fvia IvOUtfr"s Ottaiva .Agency, i--Hriii-j tiint 'iays aiyl inoui'.ligh: nights 'i iv,'j i^i'.tivity. While (uir figiuuig phin"s' carry out Inmt'.roils of patrols over tin-] and sister resijie here, was > anions the-jiursiUK sisters who ? wer.' victims of the Hun raid ; on British hospitals, behind the ? lines on Sunday Itist. when action on Sunday. Winnipeg. May 23.-The market was very dull today. The Winnipeg Krain exchange will bo closed on Frt^ ] day, .May 24. It being a holiday under j the by-laws of the exch.ingc. j Oats dosed 2?ic lower tor May and I Ic lower for July. Barley closed Ic ; higher for May. j Flax closed 2i.ic lower tor May and I 2 "740 lower for July. WINNIPEG MARKET Oats- Open Close I May ... ,........ S4-S S:i \ July ............ ,S0?4 SO I Barley- iMay............... loi'i j Flax- (May............ .ITS 370 j July.............. . ;;so 37S?i CASH PRICES Oats X6. 2 C.W.. .S3 Fxtra 1 Feed ... N'o. 1 Feed . . "7 Barlev-Xo. 3 Flax-No. 1 X.W.C..... Xo. 2 C.W...37.'; Xo. 3 C.\V...SO ......... . .sn Xo. 2 Feed..74 Xo. 4 CAV.. .14Cii Xo. ......37G C.W...351 BIG LOAN RETURNED SOLDIERS Winnipeg, .May 23.-A liospitai train with 300 returned soldiers will arrive from the east tomorrow mo;-iiing. j Two I'.undred and twenty-three of the 1 .soldic-s boinul for Western points. 21 Open Thursday Till 9.30 Closed 24th WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal Clean. Up-to-date, Sanitary Victoria, B. C. May 23.-Advertisements will be placed tn Coast and Provincial newspapers ttiis afternoon calling for tenders for a $2,000,000 loan for the Columbia government. The issue will bp in ten year gold bonds bearing interest at the rate of six per cent. p�r annum and pavable on June 1, 192S. Grand Lodge Officers Hera, The members of L.O.L. IfiiUi. held a very enjoyable evening on the 21st inst.. when ihey were visited by two of the Grand Lodge officers of .-Vl-berta. Brothers Worts and PioJlit. of Bow Island. Also three brothers from Kitchener Lodge. Jledicine Hat were present. Brothers Lyle, Gordon and >McKay. In the absence of the Worshipful Master Brother Francis Brother W. O. Hutton occupied the worshipful master' chair. / DANDRUFF The Guaranteed Cure Harris' Hair Tonic and Dandruff Cure PRICE $1.00 AT ^ The Frank Hedley Drug Co. Phono 772 Drugs and Stationery Lethbridge, Alberta Let Us Show You the short-cut to savings and satis faction. Roots, gutters, t,ln and sheet-metal work done by ns lasts longer, looks better, and costs less. It you are building, renovating, or jUBt have a tew repairs to make, get our estimate for a guaranteed job. We htwe a shop, men, and material ready to serve you on short notice. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. . REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA We are Selling Agents for the Moline Universal Tractor I and can deliver a Tractor Today. Superior Supply Co. Winnipeg Livestock A^'inaipeg. :viuy 23.-Receipts today at the Union Stock Yards: 3iiO cattle, 950 hogs. Butcher cattle, hogs, calves, sheep and lambs were steady to firm. Quotations.: Butcher steers. $10.50 to $1G.00; heifers, $S.50 to $15.00; cows. $5,25 to ;?13.00; hulls. ?6.50 to $11.00; oxen, :5(i.ri0 to $12.00; stockers and feeders, -7.75 to $10,50; calves, %SM to $16.00, Hogs: Selects, $19.50; heavies. $15.50 to $li;.50; sows, $15.00 to $16.50; stags, I $8.00 to $10.00; lights. $16.50 to $18.50, Sheep ii'nd lambs. $10.00 to $17.00. Salvation Army Social and Sale. On Victoria Day, Jlay 24th, In the citadel, at-3.00 p.m., apron sale and ice cream stjctal, at 8.00 p.m.. A good progn^rn o� various itoinB; music, recitations arid drills. Refreshments can be had' at intervals. All are welcome to this sociable event. ANNOUNCET.IENTS The Secret of a Good Complexion is in the care of the skin. If exposure to sun and wind causes your skin lo become inflamed and rough, use Nyal's Face Cream It will take out all of the burn. It Js delightfully cooling and refreshing to the skin 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 856 and 1232 Sherlock,' Building STAMPEDE Manager Moore of the exhibition, and Manager Ad. Day, of the stampede, have arranged for a miniature stampede to be held at tne exhibition grounds tomorrow, in place of the races which have been called off. There will be from 40 to 50 horses in for the event, and any who have bucking horses will be given a try-out and the best of the horses selected for the big stampede here in August. A charge of 50 cents will be m.Tde af the gate tomorrow, the money to go to the riders. GOOD NEWS FOR USERS OF WRENCHES GENUINE CRESCENTS NOW IN STOCK 6 inch ..., 8 inch ... . 10 inch ... . 12 inch .. .� [.>;.i 1.:.".; r.*..>; i* .�1 . . . $1.25 .... $1.50 $1.85 . $2.25 For the past six 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. tion of the Knights of Columbus In )/ Edmonton to-morrow. You Should Investigate. -Opportunity to save dollars today should ho Investigated by every intending purchaser of a piano. The direct "factory to home" system of Mason and Itlscli, Limited, Balmoral Block, turns the middleman's profit over to you. Write for particulars of this i)lan bel'oro buying. Save some vahiabJc dollar.'). j;tS-Advt. Announcement. The cap and apron sale of the ,1. O. C. Class will be held In Mr. Nelson':! shoe store on Saturday. There will be a dance Ui the Knights of Pythias Hall, May 24th, Victoria Day, Everybody welcome. Gents, $1,50; extra lady, 30c. Refreshmentfl. 136-3 For Sale CHOICE Turkestan Alfalfa Seed CARLOAD . White Banner Oats GROWN FROM PURE 8EED F. 0. HYDE & CO. Phone 1244 Lethbridge ARLOW'S EAT. .. ARKET PHONE 796 1110 SIXTH AVE. 8, Our hourS' pf opening tomorrow (the 24th) will be Morning � - - -10-11 Evening.....8-9 \. . -...... 1 D. Higiabothan & Co -' � .' Limited --- �Albert*'* PlonitP Druaa>*t** Wholcsal* and Retail Chamlate TELEPHONE No. 322 CITY AND DISTRICT In Calgary. los. Leo and Cwy h. Roy are spending a few days in Calgary. Seriously 111. \ S. C". Bronnan, of f'olenian, is In the c.iaualty lists to-day as seriously ill. Trades Couneil. At a meeting of the Lethbridge Trades and Labor Council tlie niem-bSTB passed a vote of sympathy with the Winnipeg strikers. Temporary Exemption. The following have secured temporary e-xeniptlon: W. S. Brudboer, Lethbridge, till July 1; AV. T. Noble, Iron Springs, till Nov. 1. Capt. McKinnon To-night. There should bo a large crowd at Knox Church to-niglit to hear Capt. the Rev. .Clarence McKinnon, on the war. Tal