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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 29, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PIANOS OF QUALiTY Stclnwa^, N'ordHeinicr. New S;'alo WillUiiiiR. llaincs oros. We Jnvitr yow lo mir Show Uooiii to tnsppcl ihpiu, , ASSbMIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD, Phone 154,), 315 6'lh St. S, Lcthbridgc, Alta. ^ LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6,00 A.M. TO 8,00 P.M. t .1? Choicest Grain-fed BEEF, PORK, MUTTON Deiany's Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 The Best Kidney Relief U you arc snffoiin.!: with allinfi kidneys, if you have triod other pii'inrcitlonF. .'III;! hlivc .'oiiiu! tbom larkiujr.-iiiako ujp your mliul to start takins PENSLAR BUCHU AND PALMETTO COMPOUND nt oncv. This rcliaMo pieparatiui! has Imen .juci'essfnl time anil timo asain, anil there is little doubt that it will pive the .same relief as it has ihou-aiuls of others who have suffered with. Kidney trouble. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL ^^^a^ff*. Store PHONE 1487 TREMENDOUS REDUCTION IN PRICES As advertised for the last month, on Saturday, June 1st, we are placing our business on a "Spot Cash Basis." This means cash when you get the goods or we wilU'un "Deposit Accounts" for those who find it inconvenient to pay for each transaction. By having a deposit account with us you can have identically the sa me privileges you have had heretofore, with the exception that you pay on the first of the month before receiving the goods instead of z^ter you have had the goods. We will also be charging extra for delivering goods but this extra charge will be rtiore than offset in the reduced prices and people taking the goods will save the extra amount it costs to deliver. Delivery charges will be-15c and up according to where you live and the size of the order. HIGH-CLASS GROCERS WATCH OUR ADVERTISEMENT FRIDAY. THE GOOD CO. PHONE S25 Pictures of Home Folks Curry warmth and comfort to the heart of a soldier. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY. Smith's Studio 905 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 SIORY OF YOU'LL LIKE OUH GOOD M PREPARED BY THE BEST WHITE COOKS in the city and served throughout by all WHITE HELP TheSilverGriil Cor. 4th Ave. &. 5th St. To Farmers For  Your Help Phone 1412 Wo have mado our usual arrangements for farm help this spring and can take care of your orders promptly and satis-Jaclorily. J. HARRIS & CO. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS 0 WON DISICIION London. May 29.-The following particulars are available concerning the award of the Military Cross to the officers mentioned whose names have already been cabled: l.ienr. Lorne CampbelU when all other officers had become casualties, he brought forward the remainder of !iis company, consolidating ^in advanced position under the heaviest fire. Jjieut. Janifs .^f. Christie, made three separate journeys through an intense barrage, bringing back most valuable information. Lieut. Geo. F. Bouglas commanded a section of machine guns with groat gallantry, continuing to direct the tire, although wounded Lieut. Wni. Fleming, iu command of tUe leading troop of hi.s squadron, he galloped through the enemy's lines and cut down a whole gun crew. Lieut Mathew KUis, although severely wounded at the jumpiug-off line, he p'ressed forward and brought his two machine guns into action. Lieut. Alex McGregory brought his partr. conveying water and rations, tiirough a heavy barrage without a ca.suallty owing to his judgment. Lieut. H. Hardy captured several pill bo.xes vvitli prisoners and machine guns. Kept his men steady under a heavy barrage. Lieut./Allbert B. Thome, when his MARKETS Winnipeg. Jlay 29.-The market was dull today. Offerings are being placed in the clearing house against contracts. Oats closed l-4c higher for Jlay and l-2c higher for July.' Barley closed unchanged for May. Flax closed 3 l-4c lower f(jr May and 2 l-2c lower for July. Winnipeg Markets Oats-May ... . July..... Barley- May..... Flax- -May ..... Juiy ...... Open, Sl% 79% Close SO 130 i No. 3 C.W. . "Designed for You" Hair Cuts XWESTBROOKBROS. SlU feed . 75'-J No. 2 feed.. IV-^ 7SV-78 ......... ;!7.!',.; :;70U ......... 37l".V.- y7i Cash Prices Oats- No. 2 C.W.. Extra No. 1 No. 1 feed. Biirley- No. 3 C.W.-..130 No. 4 C.W... 12.'; Rejected..................... lOS Feed ..'.....................100 Flax- .Vo. 1 N.W.C..................370 No. 2 C.W...3G7U No. 3 C.W.,.34o',i Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg, May 29.-Cattle and hog markets steady at the Union Stock Yards today at Tuesday's quotations on all lines. Quotations: Butcher steers llO.aO to $15.50; heifers 5S.50 to $15: cows, $5.25 to $13; bulls. iJG.nO'to ?11; oxen. $6.50 to $12; stockers .nnd feeders, $7.75 to $13; veal calves. '$S to $16. Sheep and lambs $10.50 to |17. Hogs-Selected, $19.25; .heavies., $15.50 to $17; sows. $15 to 16.50; .'^tags, $S to $10; lights, $16 to $18.50. Conserve Your Energy- Let the Telephone Save You Steps. . . . . . We are called upon to donate our eneiRies as well as our dollars to the interests of Our Country.^ We reaUze that most o� our women'are. devoting their enec-gies to Red Cross and GoTern->. ment work and haven't the usual ^ time for shopping. To such wo recommonU the convenience of shopping b'y phone. Call 555-1232 wlien you need drug store goods. Our Delivery Service is prompt, so there'll be no delay in getting just wj,^at you want ami when you want it. Small orders delivered as cheerfully and promptly as large ones. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO.,. LTD. Successors to Jackson & Co. Telephones 555 and J232 Sherlock Building EVAMO NOW Paris, May 29,-Soissons which the Germans began to bombard heavily onv Monday, has been evacuated by the civilian population under the advice of military authorities, the correspondent of the li}translgeant reports. More than 1200 shells fell In Soissons on Monday, the correspondent's message shows and the patients in the hospitals there were hastily removied by American light cars to plapes of safety, the evacuation beginning as soon as the shelllnfl started. The nursing and medical staffs remained In the town until Tuesday, however. The population got away as best they could. .At latest reports, up to midday of yesterday, the bombardment was still continuing. CITY AND DISTRICT Is Coming Home ' Lieut. A. n. Costigan of Diamond City, has landed at an Atlantic port on his way home from war. Opposite Bank of Montreal Clean, Up-to-date, Sanitary r3 V77?, ^ PRATrS BABY CHICK FOOD JUST ARRIVED Sizes 35c and 70c. Only a limited quantity received. STORE WILL BE OPEN ALL DAY WEDNESDAY TILL 9:00 P.M. FRANK HEDLEY DRUG CO. We Make , Everything in" the tin and Tiheet metal lino. From a small'can to an elaborate cornice our shop In ideauatfcly prepared to handle, all orders. We invito pur-ticulnr attention to our repair department. We can fix anything in tin or sheet metal. Bring it here it it is i)f��;t-iible. Send for us If It Is part of the building or its cqulp-ineui. The Dixon Sheet Metal Go. REAR STAFFORO BLOCK LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA W� are Selling Agents for the Moline* Universal Tractor and can deliver a Tractor Today. Superior Supply Co. position was under an intense fire he went untiringly from post to post encouraging the men, reorganizing do-tenses. * Lieut. John Trewhitt laid a telephone wire to an advanced position and repaired it under Intense fire. Captain C. Whltehose, medicals, attended Tvounded under heavy fire, going out repeatedlly to bring in officers aud men. Sergt. .Major James C. Hutchison rushed a position with one man. over-cai;!e the garrison and captured fourteen prisoners and two machine guns. Lieut. H. IL Johnston carried forward wireless and oquipment through heavy barrage; established a station under extreme difficulty. Lieut. Frederick M. Jones dismantled a wireless station under most difficult conditions and erected it In a new position. Lieut, Donald McAskiU, when held up by three machine guns he silenced ono'and held the position until order ed to withdraw. Lieut. Leslie Martin captured the entire garrisou of a fortified shell hole, took command of the cohipany, subsequently showing splendid leadership. Lieut. Jo.=ieph C. McKnlglit {ook charge after the company commander was wounded and fed the company to its objective. ' Captain H^nry F. Preston (.Medicals l established an aid post in a most advanced position, working under continuous siiell fire. Lieut. Wm. H. Smith, Railways, organized a repair gang when the track was broken by "Shelling in tour different places. Seed Those who-"were unfortunate enough lo lose the result of their labor in the garden through the recent cold .sj^U. should bear in mind that there is a scarcity oC both h .ower anjj Vegetable Seeds and that many of the varieties can not bo replaced this season. Our stock represents most of (he "essei tials" but is rapidly being depleted. ARRIVED TODAY-SQUAW CORN, SEVILLE LONG POD BEANS, RAPE SEED, X D. Higiflbotbam & Co Limited �� The Alberta's Plantar Ortig^ltts* Wholesale and Retail Chemists, vate Gordon U, Kipp is a pri- soner of war in Germany. Not the Heglna trench fight, , V^ M, Klpp, Buporlntondont ? ? ? � ? ? ; � ? ? ? ? : : ? : ; : : ? : : : NO TRUTH IN IT Loudon, Slay-28.-(Via Uau-tors Ottawa Agency)-In the house of lords yesterday, Lord Newton, under secretary of tiio foreign office, asserteil that there was not tho sliglitest vestige of truth In newspaper allegations that the Inactivity of the War Office had resulted in worse treatment of British prisoners of war than others. Ho said that no government has been more solicitous of tlie welfare of its prisoners and was of tho opinion that British soldiers In German iirlson camps wore treated better than^others. Lord Curzon warned against any undue expectation of ah imraediato o.xchanj;o of prisoners. ^ WeU Fitting Clothes Made to your measure iu Lolh-brldgq. Wo make clothes for some of iho" most particular people In thu district. J. S. CHAMBERLAIN, PHONE 733 S17 Third Ave. S. V_^_ : ? : < : < : : : ? : < < HAY PO'^ SALE CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALPAL* FA. MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAVV. CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ALLORAERS. PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICES. Saunders May & Grain Co. 1321 2nd Avenue South Telephone 732 The Twentieth Century Book Store "EVBfiYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" DROP IN 514 FOURTH AVENUE / PHONE 813' Every Merchant Should Own a ' New Edison Dick Mimeograph INCREASES YOUR SALES ANp PROFITS SEND FOR CATALOGUE OR CALL FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION. 'EVERYTHING FOR.THE OFFICE. EVERALL & FRANKS SINNOTT BLOCK ' LETHBRIDGE ;