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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PIANOS OP QUALITY Stelnwny, Xordbetmer, Now Scale Willinnia, Hnlncs Bros. Wo Invite you to our Show Uoom to insppot them. ASSIvMJBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. Phone 15415, 315 6th St. S.. Lethbrldge, Alt�.  LET] ABRIDGE DAILY HERALD -i'-'-' � -  . . ........- 1 HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8,00 P.M. ^-.-. _ . . .. .,. .'.-,_________ -r-$-rr--rr---^--- You're not getting the best service if yon do hot buy your meats from- OPP. DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 The Best Kidney Relief ir you are suffering with ailing kidneys, if you have tried other lireiiuralions, and have louud them lacking, nmko up your mind to start taking PEN13LAR BUCHU AND PALMETTO COMPOUND at ouco. Th.*? reliniilo preparation ban been successful tinie and tiiuo again, and there is littli' doubt that It will give the same relief as it has thousands of others who have suffered with Kidney trouble. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltdr .;. : : � : : : : ? > ? SANITARIUM NOT ? ? MILITARY HOSPITAL ? V Banff. May 24.-A wire has been received here from Ottawa announcing that it had been decided not to use the > Sanitarium hotel as a mllltaci- reason for the recent 4iipclslon > Is not known,  �� have just arrived opposite the American sector northwest of Toul, suffered casualties of 50 per cent, of their effectives while they were engaged in the north of France in the recent offensive, according to reliable information reelved to-day. Virtually all these losses were in Rilled and wounded as the Bavarians, it Is declared, lost only one man taken prisoner. FAL8E PRETENCES. Moose .law, May 25.-C. K. Chapman, of Morton, Wash., was arraigned in the police court here tliis morning on the charge of obtaining money under false pretences. The complaint being made by C. D. Edwards, a friend of the accused for twenty years. According to Edwards, Chapman propose that they raise ."soijie money and play the grain market. Edwards secured $5,000 and held the money over to Chapman while in Medicine Hat. When the pair arrived here, Edwards says he handed over the $5.000_ln cash. Shortly after Edwards became auspicious and reported to the police and Chapman was arrested. He was remanded for hearing until May 27.  DANDRUFF The Gaaranteed Cure Harris' Hair Tonic and Dandruff Cure PRICE $1.00 AT The Frank Hedley Drug Co. PTione 772 DrUQt and Stationery Lsthbrldgs, Alberta MARKETS WINNIPEG MARKET Oats- Open May...........-82 July............ SOV2 Barley-May ............... Flax- , May.........' ..., r.75U- Ju.y............ 378% / CASH PRICES Oats-No. 2 C.D...S2ii Extra 1 Feed ... Xo. 1 Feed . .76Vj Barley- No. :i G.W.. .130 Flax-No. 1 N.W.C. . . . No. 2 C.W.. .372i,i Winnipeg Livestock AVinnipeg, May 25.-Cattle and hog prices were steady at the Union Stock Yards today at Friday's close. Quotations: Butcher steers, $10.50 to $15.50 :heifers, $8.50 to $15,00; cows, $5.25 to $13.00; bulls, ,?6;0{) to $11.00; oxen. $6.50 to $12.00; stockera and feeders, $7.75 to $10.50; "calves, $8.00 to $16.00.  � Hogs: Selects, $19.50; * heavies, $15.50 to . $16.50  SOWB, $15.00 to $16.50; stags. $8.00 to $10.00; lights, $16.00 to $18.50. Close -0% 130 . 375Vi 37S No. 3 C.W...79ii ............7fl',!! No. 2 Feed . ."SVi No. 4 C.W...125 ...........375 No. 3 C.W.. .3oOU 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 win take out all of the burn. It Is delightfully cooling and refreshing to the skin and is quickly absorbed. KrtP A JAR OF THIS CREAM ON YOUR DRESSING TABLE.^. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. ^ Suecesaort to Jackson 4 Cof Telephone*' 555 and 1232 ' Sherlock Building ^iCITY AND DISTRICT Cattle Dealer D. P. McDnnlol, the well known Cal. gary cattKS dealer, is in the city today DU business. Board of Trade A general meeting of the Hoard of Trade will bo hold on Tuesday evening at S.30. Important buslnesa. For Red Cross The hon. trcas. Red Cross society acknowledges .with thanks domitlon of $21.00, proceeds of dance at Mam-�imouth, per Mrs. R. C. Harvey. G, W. V. A. General Meeting The attendance of all members requested at the meeting to be held in tho club rooms' at 2.45 tomorrow. Did Not Arrive Capt. McKinnon, who W(pB to have spoken in Knox church Thursday eren-Ing was unable to keep his engagement and did not arrive. For Sailors' Fu>id The receipt Is acknowledged of $2.00 from John Mackin. for the Sailors' Fund. Subscriptions for this fund should be sent to the Herald. OXedar Polish, bottles. 25c, 50c. Imperial Quart Tins, 1.25 Imperial Half Gallon Tins 2:00. Imperial Gallon Tins, -3.00. Polly Prim Polish, 25c, 50c Sprutex Polish, 25c ,50c Liquid Veneer, 25c, 50c MAPLE POLISHING OIL. A very satisfactory oil for largo users. | jjn Gallon ........,______ i�3U We have all the best known makes of Brass and Silver Polish, Stove Pipe Enamel, Aluminum Bronze for Pipes and all the small articles used at this season of the year. 1,000 Cotton pish Mops, 5c each. CONSUMERS HARDWARE CO : > ? : ANNO'UNCEIklENTS Anneuneemant. The cap and apron sale of the .7. O. C. Class will be held in Mr. Nelson's shoe itore on Saturday. I Our Leader & Gutter Work Is Insurance against leaking roofs, A root properly drained by correctly'placed gutters and lesdern -will last twice as long as one not so �well protected. Better have us take a look at your gutters and leaders. Wo are experts in that line and ' many a house owner will tell you that our (work has saved him a lot of money, to say nothing of Inconvenience. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. ----- LETHBRIOOe. ALBERTA REAR STAFFORD BLOCK We are Selling Agents for the Moline yniyersal Tractor , " and can deliver a Tractor Today. Superior Supply Co. There will be a dance in the Knights of Pythias Hall. May 24th, Victoria Day. Evarybody .'welcohie.' Qenls, 11.50; extra lady, EOc. Refrosbment�. 138-3 A dance ��'lll be held in Burgmann's hall, 13th Street North, every Saturday night. Two-piece orchestra in at tendance. R. Burgmann In charge. Gents 7Sc. Ladies free. 139-1 For those suffering from Diabetes, etc., vvc carry Gluten Flour in bulk. 35c , per pound J.D.HigiabothaDi&Co - Limited -- "Albarta'a PIsncar , DrugsItU* Wholaaala and Retail Chamlata, TELEPHONE Na. 823 Presumed to Have Died Pte. Jlorris Rass, who enlisted here, but whose jjarents live in P.E.I.. who was reported missing last fall, Is reported presumed to have died. : : : : : : : : � : TO LEAVE RUSSIA London, May 25.-According to information received from the German embassy uit Moscow, saya an Exchan(;o Telc-graph despatch from that city �under date of llay IS, tho^ members of the Romanoff dynasty now in Kiev have been accorded facilities to leave Russia by vpy of Germany. Grand Dulce Nicholas, tho despatch says, will go to Jlonteneg'-o and the Dov.-ager Empress to (Copenhagen. ;. .;. .;. .% .;. .> .;. .;. w V i ? i ? ? 1 ? ? ? ho was put aboard the south train and will be met by relative^ at Shel. 72 Exemption Appeals C. W. Oxley. of Cardston, has been rofused exemption. W. R. Symonds, Manyberries. gets till Nov. 1; also .1. E. Ross, AVarner. Reserved Judgment Supremo Court is not In session to-fion, was in the city last night l>n his day. Mr. Justice Bcott on Thursday reserved decision in the case of Royal Bank vs. Lathrop. 1 Emergent Meeting EJniergent meeting of North Star Lodge, No. A ,A. F. & A. M. on Monday at 8 o'clock. First degree. Visiting brethren cordially invited. Grand Lodge The Grand Lodge of Alberta A. F. & A. M. meets on Wednesday at Edmonton. Quite a number of Lethbrldge Masons will attend the annual gathering. Farmers' Lxcmption Extended Following are the naniep of Southern Alberta farmers whose exemption has been extonded till Nov. 1: W. H. Eckmier, Orion; W. R. Symons, .Many-lierriea; E. R Gordon and .1. E. Ross, Warner; AV. L. Poynton, Retlaw; and B. Tiffany, Meeting Creek. 3 Chair Service WESTBROOKBROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal Clean, Up-to-date, Sanitary Shell Shock, Pte. E. Moore, of the ifith Battal- way to his home in Lehigh, Utah, on furlough. Pte. Moore Is the victim of shell shock, and ftaa in very bad condition. Ho 'Was met at the station by .T. R. Oliver, of .the Returned Soldiers' Bureau,'and wa.V taken to tho Voter-' D Mrs. W; H. Johnson will not open her studio >again until June .Ird. 13d-3x . May Visit Lethbrldge Supt, C. D. MacKintosh of the Lethbrldge division, C. P. H., -went to Crows' Nest this morning to meet Vice President Sir George Bury, whom he will accompany to Calgary. Sir GeorgowlU Sunday at Banff. It is not known whether be will visit Leth-bridge on his way v.bast b^ It Is Fined $10.00 Ida Black, 213 3rd Ave. S., appeared I before Magistrate Irwin in city polico' court this morning charged with having liquor in a public place. She was fined $10.00 and costs. Holiday Visitor R. H. Battey, of Minneapolis, president and general manager of a large mining company in British Columbia, spent Victoria Day "in tho city with J). Hage. Commercial Travelfors Tlie regular monthly meeting of tho Commercial Travellers, Lethbrldge Council, 511, will be hold in the Council Chamber tonight, Jlay 25 at, S o'clodk and all members are requested to bo present. ' ^ FARM LABOR We can supply farmers with experienced help. A number of men are on t>ie ground waiting for work. WIRE QR PHONE Th$ Beasley Employment -Agency 110 Fifth,St. S. Phone ^45 ^ For Sede CHOICE Turkestan Alfalfa Seed CARLOAD White Banner Oats GROWN FROM PURE SEED F.O.HYDE&CO. Phone 1244 Lethbrldge V _J ARLOW'S EAT. .. ARKET PHONE 796 1110 SIXTH AVE. S. The unique opportunity of aavlng.,^ the e�pense. of the midaiemau ia yours t^iought probable he will do when, you embrace, the "Factory to, .- Home" proposition a� oHer6d by Mason & Risch, Limited, Balmoral Block, manufacturera of Canada's most reputable piano:. B^ore buylnff, let them mall you booklet And pirttculars. .CARD OP. THANKS Mr. Harry Gorrlll wiahes to thank his many friends and sympathlKers, in New Dayton and, district for their maiiy expressions ot iympathy, and floral tributes.'on the occasglon o( his recent sad bereavement. 139-1 Boys Spoil Trees Supt, Mitchell ot the city parks department has called tho Herald's at tention to tho fact that children have been destroying some of-tho larger trees on the boulevards by treR-cllmb-i lug, and also by using their kniyes too freely. Mr. Mitchell suggests that parents should seek to prevent their children from spoiling the trees which aro doing so much to beautify the city. To Fartmrs For Your Help :^ ^e haye "iMdJ^'owr uiual �r-;raiieementB for (arm help tbli >ap^lDg and can take care - of 'your ordera proi^yt^3r^,>j|jd .iatl* -facforlly,' -��'��;'�  � � ' J, HARRIS ft CO. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS Change In EFFECTIVE SUNDAY, JUNE 2nd, 1918. GdiNG NORT.�, VIA Lv. Lethbrldge Ar, Aldersyde' . Ar. Calgary ... Lv. Calgary .., Lv. Aldersyde Ar. Lethbrldge x5.25 p.m. Lv. 4.20 a.m., Ar. 5.25 a.m., Lv, x6.35 a.m., xS.3& p.m Ar, X10.4S a.m., x9;60 p.m Lv. Lethbrldge .... Ar. Medicine Hat .. Lv. Medicine, H�t ALDERSYDE . 2.25 a.m. x4.40 p.m. ....... ... ��. 5.54 a.m. x8.18 ..........7.05 a.m. x9.50 p.m. ............... x9.00 a.m. -o^-^O P"". ......;......xlO.25 a.m. '11.31 p.m. ,...........iX2.05 p.m. 3.00 a.m. NORTH VIA MACLE09 x4.20 p.m. Lethbrldge Ar. x2,30 p,m., Macleod Macleod Calgary Ar. tethbrldg* *..!>..,............ ,;7.25 p.m. 1.45 a.m. x2,40 p.m. 5.50 a.m. x7.0%p.m. xll.40 a,n\,f � .11.36 p.m. x3.55 p.m. .; ' 4.00 a.m. .... ,.i .i. Ar. x4.10 p.m. ,. ...... Lv. x1.10 p.m. . ... .. .. Ar. X10.1B a.m. ........Lv. x7.1B a.m. ,Wpd..A Sat. . . 6.20 p.m. .. 8.30 a.m. J. E. PR9CTOR, District Passenger'Agent, Calgary. Pictures of Home Folks \ Curry warmth and comfort to tho heart ot a soldier. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY. Smith's Studio x 906 Third Ave. S. , Phono 1471 HAVFORSAIE CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALFAL-FA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS. FROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay &, Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue Soutli Telephone 732 The Twentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'^ BOOK SHOP." ' DROP IN 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE eis Every Merchant Should Own a New Edison Dick Mimeograph INCREASES YOUR SALES AND PROFITS SEND FOR CATALOGUE OR CALL FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION,' EVERYTHING FOR THe\OFFICE.' 1 EVERALL .& FRANKS LETHBRIDOB SINNOTT BLOCK 390786 ;