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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1. THJE PIANOS OF QUALITY Stelnway, Noidhelmcr, New Scale Williams, Hatnes Bms. Wo Invite you to our Show Uoom 10 Uiem. ASSIMIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. Phone 154i), 315 6th St. 8.. Lethbrldge. Alta. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MF.AL8 FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. We Pay for TEis Space Every Day Because our meats are worth talking about e^er> day. They're ahvajs the same-and fresh from the farm to your table. DelanysMeatCo The Best Kidney Relief If you are' suffeniis with ailing kidneys, if you have tried 'other preparations, ami have found them lacking, make up your mind to start tuking  . PENSLAR BUCHU AND PALMETTO COMPOUND at once. This relialde preparation has beeu successful time and tinia again, and there is little doubt that it will give the same relief as It has thousands of others who have suffered with Kidney trouble. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. ^^ftii^. Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONS 1487 -FRESH IN TODAY - RHUBARB, 4 lbs. ^ i> ASPARAGUS, j i- for ................... ............ i-OC 2lbs.for.............................. 4DC GREEN ONIONS, bunches i; SPINACH, 1 r* for.................................... DC Per lb................................. IDC Finest B. C. Potatoes, The American Wonder. Very finest, dry and mealy for cooking. Splendid for seed. Per cwtT..................^ .. .,. $2.75 Fresh Strawberries. Clark's Seedlings. From now on shipments should arrive daily by express. WATCH THIS SPACE FOR Special Reduced Prices taking effect under our new cash system commencing Saturday, June 1st. Store will be closed Friday, May 31st, to re-arrange and remark our goods. " . =Sr THE GOOD CO. ""."A MARKETS MAGKATH fKrojn Out- Own Corrt'SDondent) Magrath. May 27.-Another of our Foldlcr boys are home on anoihor short leave. A party was given by the y.M. and V.L..\1.4 lower for Slay and higher for July. Barley closed 2% lower for May. Flax closed unchanged for .May and 2 lower for July. WINNIPEG MARKETS. Oats- Open Close May '...................Sl^i SlU July ....................TO'i T9V2 Barley-May .........'.................130 , riax- May .....;.............".73 Vi 373Vi .luly ...............374^i: 373>s CASH PRICES. Oats-No. 2 C.W...SlVt No. 3 C.W...7SU E.Ntra 1 Feed ..................7SU No. 1 Feed..7:>'t No. 2 Feea..72'i Barley-No. ;; C.W...130 No. 4 C.W...120 Rejected ......................lOS I'ecd..........................100 Flax-No. 1 N.W.C....................3731-2 .\o. 2 C.W...370% No. 3 C.W...34Sl-j V/INNIPEG LIVESTOCK. Winnipeg, May 28.-Union Stock �vnrds trading was steady for the few cattle which changed hands today. Hog prices -went down again. Market was jveak. Quotations.-Butcher, steers, 110.30 to SlJ.oO.'; heifers, ?S.5() to $15; cows, %T,.i:7^ to ?i3; bulls, $6.50 to Jll; oxen, 56..'>0 to $12; etockers and feeders, ?7.:iO to ?10.75', calves, $S to $1B. Hogs.-Selects. $]3feo; heavies, ?1.nimitteil suicide on Saturday by shooting herself through the breast with a revolver on her father's ranch near here. Except for her four-year-old son, she was alone in the house at the time. HAS ABSCONDED. .\riisteidam. May 27.-The Tage-blatt, of Berlin, says Kiev newspapers report that M. Kovalovski, minister of agriculture in the Ukrainian cabinet, which was overthrown recently, has absconded with five, milliim roubles. We Make Everything in the tin and sheet metal line. From a amall can to an elaborate cornice our shop Is adefiuatoly prepared to handle all orders. We Invite particular attention to our re- pair department. We can, fix anything In tin or sheet metal. Bring 11 here if Itiw-pori-able. Send for us If It i.s part 6t the building or Us etjulp-ment. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE. ALBEhTA Wc are Selling Agents for thf Moline Universal Tractor and^can deliver a Tractor Toda>. Superior Supply Co. ANNOUNCETJENTS Mrs. W. H. Johnson will not open her studio again until Juna 3rd. 139-3x Be sure and hear the playet entitled "How the Story Grew," at St. Augustine's* Hall Friday, May Slst at S p. m. Admission 35 cents. 141-2 CAUTION .  , Before you buy a piano investigate the full merits of the "Factory to Home" proposition of Mason and Hisch, Limited, Balmoral Block. Particulars will be mailed you on reciuest, telling you how to gain a valuable saving. 141-1 YOU'LL LIKE OUR GOOD MEALS PREPARED BY THE ' isEST WHITE COOKS in the city and served tlirough-out by all WHITE HELP TheSilvefGrill Cor. 4th Ave.yA, Sth St. Seed es Those who .were unfortunate enough to lose the result of their labor in the garden through the recent cold lipell, should bear in mind that there Is a scarcity ot Ijoth Jresents most of the "essentials'' but is rapidly being depleted. ARRIVED TODAY.- SQUAW CORN, SEVILLE LONG POO BEANS, RA#E SEED. 1 D. Higiabotkan & C!) -- Limited ' 'ACierta'* Plancar Oruaa'**** Wholesale and Retail Ch�mlit�. TELEPHONE No. S23 For Red Cross The Hon. Trens. Red Cross 'Society acknowledges with thanks donations of SIO from the J.O.C. class of Knox church, per Miss Violet Bennett, treasurer; also donation ot ?2 front Jlrs. Fisk. Local Delegates Return Local delegates to the( state convention ot the. K. C."s at Edmonton have returned. The following officers were elected at the convention: State deputy, L. A. Glroux. Edmonton; state' secretary. Fred Kenny, Loth-bridge; state treasurer, F. J. Heffer-man. Edmonton; state advocate, E. F. Ryan, Calgary; state warden. J. S. Ryan, Calgary; state lecturer. Rev. M. F. Fltzpatrlck, Jledicine Hat. The convention also provided a working fund of $2,000 for a K. C. hut at Sar-cee and for other war purposes. 22 CaL Rilles, Single Shot, $5.00 and $6.00. 22 Cal. Rifles, Repeaters, $21.00  and $25.00. 32 CaL Winchester Repeaters, Carbine or Standard,.....$30.00 32 Cal Remington Repeaters $35.00 25 Cal. Marlin Repeaters .. $35.0(^ 303 CaL Ross Sporting .. $30.00 Single Barrel Shot Guns, 12, 16, 20 and 410 Gauge. $8.50 to $11.75 Double Barrel Shot Guns. $12.00 to $42.50. These include sjich well known makes as Stevens, Fox and Parker. THERE ARE SOME GENUINE SNAPS IN ABOVE LOT, BETTER LOOK THEM OVER. YOU WILL NOT BE URGED TO BUY. A few thousand 22 Cal. Short, Long and L�ngRifUU.M.C. Cartridges, + 3Qc box. CONSUMERS HARDWARE CO. OLIVER LEAVES SOLDIERS' IRK J. R. Oliver, who has been secretary of Uio Returned Soldiers' Bureau lisre since the organization was effected, and who lia.-i been in clo.'ior touch with the returned men and their problems than any 'other local man. will sever his connections with the organization on Juno 1st and Mr. H. P. MaddlBon, secretary ot the G. W. V.j\. here will take over his work. The following letter from iMr. Oliver explains the change; Editor Lethbrldge Herald. ' Dear Sir,-In connection with the Tetui'ned soldier work In this prov- incB and .the reorganization ot the ' teturned Soldiers' Commission the' work ot the Commission in Lethbrldge ' will from Juno let be taken in hand I by the Veterans' Club. I desire to take this opportunity in uoHfying the change to thank the general public and jiarticularly the t O. D. E., Patriotic Fund and Voter an.ith a serious accident to-night while running a press. Jn some way his right liand caught In the press arid was badly mutilated. It may be necessary to amputate It. Mr. and. Jlrs. Andrew Hedenstrom and fiimlly wish to convey their thanks and appreciation to the many friends for sympathy and-kindness extended in their recent bereiivement and to the following tor floral tributes: Sprays, Vera and Mario Leadbetter, Wrs. Ott, Mr. Maxwell, Kadloy and children. Air. and Mrs. JIcLeod and family. Mr. P. Ned-en, :Mr. and Mrs. Jas. McGowan a)id family, Mrs. A. Lakio, Mr. Adolphson and family, Mr. Grant Gowln and family, Jlrs. and Miss Cowan, McLeod Bros, and staff, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Matsou and Mrs. Aitken. Mr. T. Ned-en, Miss Lily Adams. Miss Reta Watson, Mrs. Lining, Mrs. McGuIre and family. Miss Frances Pimm, Class ot Galbraith School. Willie, Helen and Mary 'V'aselenak, Live Wire Class ot United' Church, Sunday School class ot United Church, Robert. Jean nnd-^ Margaret Kergan, Mrs, McNabb and i family. Cross: Neighbors, Junior Choir of United Church. Wreaths: Margaret- Gogan, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. McLdod and family. United Sunday school. Loyal Order of Moose, j\lr. and Mrs. Fairfield and staff ot Experimental farm, Lethbrldge I^odgo No. 3 K. ot P. , FARM LABOR We can' supply farmers with experienced help. A number of men are on the ground waiting for work. ' WIR:: OR PHONE The Beasley Employment Agency  110 Fifth St. .3. Phone 545 For Sale CHOICE Turkestan Alfalfa Seed CARLOAD- White Baiiner Oats GROWN FROM PURE SEED F. 0. HYDE & CO. Phone 1244 Lethbrldge ARLOW'S EAT. .. ARKET PHONE 796 1110 SIXTH AVE. 8. NAVAL PATROL Washington, May 27-^A naval patrol of the Alaskan coast has beeit establlslied in order to forestall agitation by leaders of the I, W. W. WeD Fittinf Clotkei Made to your raeasuro In Lethbrldge. \Ve mako..,clothqs for sonio of the most particular poqAlo in tho district. ,  � � , y^^i: � J. B. CHAMBERLAIN. #HdNE 733 817 Third Ave. 8. Change In Train EFFECTIVE SUNDAY, JUNE 2nd, 1918. Ar. x2.30 p.m., 1.20 Lv. x1.25 p.m., 12.20 Ar, xl.10 p;m., x 11.30 l,v. x9.00 a.m., x7.25 1.45 a.m. GOING NORTH, VIA ALDERSYDE Lv* Lethbrldge......... ......... 2.25 a.m. x4,40 Ar. Aldersyde.................. 5.D4 a.m. x8.18 Ar. Calgary ... ,................... 7.05 a.m. x9.50 Lv. Calgary..................... x9.00 a.m. 10.20 Lv. Aldersyde ... ,,. .'Vy .........x10.25 a.nn. 11.3 Ar, Lethbrldge........^^.......... x2.05 p.m. NORTH VIA MACLEOD Lv. 420 a.m., x4.Z0 p.m. Lethbrldge Ar. 5,25 a.m., X5.25 p.m. IVlaoleo^ Lv. x6.35 a.m., x6.35 p.m. Maeleod Ar. X10.45 a.m., x9.5a p.m. Calgary Lv. Lethbrldge.................. Ar. Medicine Hat ... ......... Lv. Medicine Hat............. ... Ar. Lethbrldse ,,. Lv. x9.15 a.m. .. Ar. X12.15 p.m. ... Lv. x4.1& p.m. .. . Ar. X7.30 p.m. ... Tues. & Frl. 7.50 a.m. "rr... . 7.16 p.m.....^,............ !�-Hally c.\cei*'; Sunday.-- - ^Fgr fiirtheS po^rtJcUf^rs apply to ii0.15 Lv. X7.15 Wed. & Lv. Lethbridge Ar...........6,20 Ar. Manybcrrles Lv........... 8.-30 p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. a,m. a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. a,m. Sat. p.m. a.m. Pictures of Home Folks Curry warmth and comfort to tho heart ot a soldier. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY. Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 14 A V FOR SALE CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALFAL-FA, . MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS. PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay &, Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South Telephony 732 The Twentieth Century Book Store /'EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" DROP IN 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 > Every Merchant Should Own a" � ^ New Edison Dick Mimeograph INCREASES YOUR SALES AND PROFITS SEND FQR CATALOGUE Of? CALL FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION, EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE. ' EVERALL 4c FRANKS 8INN0TT BLOCK LETHBRIDQE ;