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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOROHCIMER PIANOS K0I80N PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. ^ . "Everythlrta Mutlcal" SIS 6th Street South Phone 1543 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD "WANT" ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS \ FINE BUNCH OF CHOICE Spring Chickens COME TODAY. THEY WILL BE READY FOR DELIVERY TOMORROW. DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel . Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number 9-2664 Almost Too Busy to Write aii Ad. THAT IS THE WAY OUR BUSINESS IS RUNNING NOW SINCE W� ARE ON THE NEW CASH SYSTEM. DOES.IT PAY? ASK THOSE WHO HAVE TRIED IT. WE ELIMINATE THE UNNECESSARY EXCUSES, SUCH AS BAD DEBTS, DELIVERY AND COLLECTION COSTS AND HAND THE SAVINGS, BACK TO YOU IN REDUCED PRICES. WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW. Kodak your Vacation NO MATTER HOW MUCH YOUR VACATION IS ENJOYED IT IS SOON FORGOTTEN UNLESS YOUR KODAK SERVES AS A MEM-ORY JOGGER. KEEP A PICTURE STORY OF THE BRIGHT SIDE OF LIFE, TO CHEER UP THE HOURS THAT NEED CHEERING. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. ^^^i^tO^. Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 IT IS SIMPLY IMPOSSIBLE TO HOLD IT BACK FOR FULL LIST, GET OUR CHERRIES, Black Republicans. Fine flavor. Cherries are pretty well over with for this year. Per basket .____......................... 75c Per ciSe .............................. $2.90 SOUR CHERRIES. We expect some tomorrow. Lowest market price. APPLES. ReJ Astrachans. These are fine for eating and cooking. Per lb............... 10c PEACHES, for slicing, per basket .......... 60c PEARS, for eating, per basket ............. 50c BLUEBERRIES. If they arrive, per basket .. $3.59 We advise ordering or placing your orders for Blueberries now. as the price is not likely to be any lower and quality will surely not be any bolter. They are scarce this year. BLACKBERRIES, if*any com; In, per basket 20c Per crate............................. $4.50 RED RASPBERRIES, about over with, per basket ................................... 18c Per crate .............................. $4.15 LEMONS, large size, finest q.i.Tlity, per doz. 48c . A FEW OF OUR REGULAR EVERYDAY PRICES. AUGUST CATALOGUE JUST OUT. FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. Alt kinds. A full line at lov;est prices. FRESH CELERY, per lb.................... 13c ONTARIO CHEESE. Extra quality, per lb. .. 28o 10 lb. lots, per lb......................... 27c DAIRY BUTTER, fresh A1 quality, per lb... 43o CREAMERY BUTTER, fresh, per lb.........52o PURE JAM, Donaico, Peach and Gooseberry, 4 lb. pnlls, each.............................77c CANNED MILK, Aylmer Brand. Stands highest in butterfat by government tost. Per tin ... 13c PITTED CHERRIES, Hygeian, In heavy syrup. Per tin .............................:---- 27c STRAWBERRIES, Hygeian, in heavy syrup. Per tin 290 FIGS fo;- cooking. California White, per lb... 16o CHERRIES, large Blnf)s, evaporated. Very fine v;hen cooked. Per lb..................... 21c APRICOTS, evaporatotl, Standards, 10 lb. boxes. Per box ................................ $2.45 BAKING SODA, Cow Brand, per lb.......... 8o ROYAL YEAST, per pkg................... 5o f IRE BOSSES ASK FOR AN INCREASE f fFrom Our Own CorresDond.^nt) ' Blalrmore, Aug. 2.-Tho executives t the Operators and of the Firo Bos-. �es' Union met in the Cogmopolitan Hotel a few days ago to consider the petition of the Fire Bosses. The Fire Bosses were granted fifteen dollars a j month more permanent pay than giv->n by the old schedule. Sunday work Was to be made to the lowest pas-Bible minimum consistent with the efficient carrying on of mine work, and one week's holiday on pay. This is quite an advance and both' parties re to be congr.itulated in coming to uch an amicable agreement. Nine cars were loaded with mem-.�bers of tTie Oddfellows,Lodges and Re-bekahs who went to Pernie on Wednesday to participate in some special �work put on by the fraternity in the famous B.C. town.'' All of the l.O.O.F. lodges In the Pass towns wero represented. All claim to have had a delightful trip and enjoyed tjie hearty reception given to them by the Fer-ture to have the Fernie lodge in ture to have the Fernie Lodge in Blairmore returning a fraternal visit. Mrs. Paden, who has been at the North Fork, returned home on ^ron-day. She states that Mr. Paden lost a valuable horse up on the Fork. Mr. Jas. Crowder, the new inspector of mines'in this district, arrived on Tuesday morning to take up his duties. His family will follow in a few day?. They will take the house lalelj^ vacated by Mr. Stevenson. Frank lights were turned off at midnight on Wednesday, so the town is in darkness aud the inhabitants ^vil! have to go back to tho primitive oil lamp until some arrangement can be made with Blairmore to light up tho town. xMready tho town of Blalrmore is selling light to the Sanatorium. A littlc'further extension and Frank will be illuminated again. We hope that arrangements can soon be made with tho local town council. Sgt. KIstruck. who has been visiting hoTO tor a couple of Nveeks. went back to Prince Albert on Tuesday night's train. Ho has made arrangements so as to return frequently to the Pass. Dr. Baker of the Frank Sanatorium was at the stampede in Lothbridge and arrived home on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Pearson have arrived back from Edmonton whore Mr. Pearson was examining papers. We are sorry to learn that Mr. Poarson hii-? resigned the.. principalship of the Blairmore schools. v,-hich he held for over two years. He has been a very efficient teacher. He goes to Cam-rose in September to take up work in the Practise school there. Mr. Verge, one-time' principal of the local schools, who enlisted in the 192nd Battalion, is noM visiting Blairmore. He will remain until the end of the month. THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers canada food board license number 8-599 Phone 525 Winnipeg, Aug. 2.-The usual eum- j n;or condition continued in the r^sh ' markets, with otferinKs very light, j coupled with very little demand for � all grains. The c,->sh trade is almost .it | a standstill, and is awaiting tho open-' ing of the new crop move:nent. ! There was priictically nothing do- ] in;; In cish b.irley or fl.ix. X.') offer-ing.H and no demand. Spread;; and prices wrrp nnchan.gcd. OaiG oi)ened Vic lo\vor for October and \'j,c hi);lier for Dece:r.bcr. Fla\ clcf^ort 5c lower fur Oofjber. WINNIPEG MAR'KETo. Oa's- niu-n October ................ LLOYD GEORGE'S TELLING SPEECH. Lenioru- . �pineiPfle' Srr4wl>�rry Sl.\cl