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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOHOHEIMER PIANOS CDISOM PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. v' "Everything Musical" MS 6th Street South Phone tHS LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD J "WANT'ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS Spring Chickens COME TODAY. THEY WILL DE READY FOR DELIVERY TOMORROW. DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board Llconso Number Almost Too Busy to Write an Ad. THAT IS THE BUSINESS IS RUNNING NOW SINCE ARE ON THE NEW CASH SYSTEM. DOES JT PAY? ASK THOSE WHO HAVE TRIED IT. WE ELIMINATE THE UNNECESSARY EXCUSES. SUCH AS BAD DEBTS, DELIVERY AN D COLLECTION COSTS AND HAND THE SAVINGS BACK TO YOU IN REDUCED PRICES. WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW. IT IS SIMPLY IMPOSSIBLE TO HOLD IT BACK. A FEW OF OUR REGULAR EVERYDAY PRICES. FOR FULL LIST, GET OUR AUGUST CATALOGUE JUST OUT. 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" OR THE BRIGHT' OF LIFE, TO CHEER UP. THE HOURS .THAT NEED'CHEERING. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Store 1 i morning to take up his dut jes family will follow In a A last as Long as your Arm lays, t take the house lately vacated by Mr. Stevenson. turned oft at mid- night, on the town n darkness and the inhabitants will have to go back to the primitive oil amp" until Eome arrangement can be made with Blafrmore'to light up the .own.? ''Already-the'town of Blalrmore 5 selling-light lo tho Sanatorium. A Ittle'Iuirther extehsloa and Frank will )e illumlnatt'd. aga in.. hop o that arrangements can soon be made with ;hc local' town council. Sgt_ Klstnick-.'-who has been-visit- ng'here for a couple of weeks, went hack to "Prince 'Albert on Tuesday night's train, made arrange- ments so. return frequently (o the Pass; Dr .the Frank Sanatorium was Vat th's stampede in Lethhridge and a'rrlved'h'ome'.on Monday. fr arid Pearson have arrived jacK.fronrEdnfonlon where Mr. Pear- son, was .examining papers. We are sor'ry-ioilearri Mr. Pearson resigned principals-hip of 'the Blalrmore', schools, which he held for over two He has been a very efficient teacher He goes to CE.JJI- id September lo take up work in the'Practise-school there. Mr Verge, onetlmtf principal of the-lgcal'Echopls.'.who enlisted in the visiting BlaJr- .ore- He will remain end of the month CHERRIES, Black Republicans, Fine flavor, Cherries are pretty well over with for this year. Per baskst 75c Per case SOUR CHERRIES. We expect some tomorrow.- Lowest rrtarket price. APPLES. Rtd Astrachans. These aro far; eating and cooking. Per Ib 10c PEACHES, for slicing, psr basket 60s PEARS, for eatlngV per basket 50c' BLUEBERRIES. If they arrive, per basket We advise ordering or placing your orders for Blueoerrles now, as the price i? not likely to be any lower and quality will surely not be any belter. Thfcy-are scarce this year. BLACKBERRIES, jf'any coniz in, per baskefSOc Per crate V RED RASPBERRIES, about over with, per basket IBc Per crate-. LEMONS, large size, finest quality, doz. .FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES. All kinds. A full line at prices. FRESH CELERY, per Ib.................... 13d ONTARIO CHCESE. Extra quality, per Ib. 28c 10 Ib. lots, 27c DAIRY BUTTER, fresh A1 quality, per 4Jo CREAMERY.BUTTER, fresh, per Ib. 52c PURE JAM, Peach and Gooseberry, 4 [b. CANNED MILK, Aytmer Brand. Stands highest In butterfat by government test. Per tin 13c PITTED CHERRIES, Hygelan, In neavy syrup. Per tin 27c STRAWBERRIES, Hygeiari, In heavy syrup. iln...................I.................. 29c FIGS for cooking.' California White', per Ib... I6c CHERRIES, large Btngs, evaporated. Very fins whtn cooked. Per 21c evapcratad, 10 Ib, boxes. Per box .BAKING SODA, Ccw Brand, per Ib.......... 8c ROYAL YEAST, per pkg...................-fie THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers CANADA FOOD BOARD 8-599 Phone 525 In.lhat state All the- -ci'ikTiown flavors o Btqres .many that are .ex crn'rire -Trlthi.ua at this fountain The quality of our, SODA WATER AND FRUIT SYRUPS is superb The ponty of our bever ages.; strongly .recommend ihem .to those who desire drinks free from Mythte Injurious and the taste Is a'soorce of dellgbt to all The Bon Ton 420 FIFTH, STREET. S. LLOYD GEORGE'S SPEECH. The prime minister's brief but tell- ing- speech :at ;the annual .festival of the Printers' Pennons Corporation tonight not brought Iris aiidi- ence.to Ibeir. feel but almost drew the enthusia-Jically cheering crowd back to Downing Street 4ith Him.. Not shouting., themselves hoar'ewilh waving ant] followed hlin out into the. street aud ,-cheered him lill he was U was not that the speech had any very new message to tbe.natipg, but It.was la the right Tain of eloquent stimulus and kind of note' upon ths bugle-horn which 13 worth a men. It -et in strong relief the- opposed ideals wbicTi are at of the great world-war, and.'though it did not mini- mize the harrowing price which la being paid aud Is to be paid for victory, II rightly emphasizes the fact thai the cost vlll.atill be less than the Talus ot the cause tne allies are de fending-r been aald about Ltriendorffs great hammer, "dammer said the prime min- ister, crack and crumble poor mater Jal hammer blowa harden and con solifiafe good melal" This country, which has faced great crises.in the past, would stand this .test also. France-and Europe were threatened TTith tho da "rltsir; slsa like a .breakwater against this toi rant. God willing we will break it I tfce'end" A.n appeal of that of the preacher or the prophet- is nerer made in vain to a British au- Chronicle. Winnipeg, Aug. usual Glim- mer condition continued in the .cash with otferings very light, coupled with very little-'demand for all grains. The cash trade Is almost at a standstill, and la awaiting the open-1 [eg of the new crop movement.' There was pracUcally nothing do-} Ing In cash barley or tins.' Xo inga and no Spreads and prices unchanged. Oats opened He.lower for October and ;gc higher for, December. Flas closed DC lower for October. i WINNIPEG MARKETS. Oppn Close October December ........'......'Ovs FlK-r- 439 CASH PRICES. Xo. 2 C.W..-.90VS, 'No.-3 Extra i Feed No. t Feed, SI U FeVd, SlVi No. 2 125 Xo.; 3 C.W., 120 Rejected and Feed .115 A v' N No. 1 N.W.C. WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK, .Winnipeg, Aug.. at the Union Stock'YardS today wcre-'1300 cattle, 55 hogs and 3S sheep.- Quotations; Service Our aim.is to isfactory everyday .ser- vice in all departments of our business. Wd recognize our duly to the public and fulfill it the "best we can. .Immediate 'profits' are .not our "chief aim--for vrc' re- that the Increased business which wiil-come lo us; beenus'p of quality and service will cause-profits to tako care oi themaelTca.-ff you will trade with us for a limited time, we feel quite.srire that our ex- emplary senrlce will'Inspire in you a security, that will cause you to.become-a rtfg- nlar customer. v THE RED. CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., Jackson Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Suttdfng stoclcers and to JI0.75; realere, ?6 to 'sheep and Iambs, 'i Hogs, and ?1S.50.. Orpheum To-Nlght Charlie ChapHn at the Ornicum night CITY AND DISTRICT Empress To-Nlght. Mary Miles 31 Inter in Beauty anil the Rogue at tile Empress to-night s Scouts to Meet Scoutmaster T .H. Booth has call- ed' a meeting of all scant Iroons in at St. Augustine's hall Sat- urilny .evening at 7.3D to arrange for attending tbo funeral of Ibe late Jlrs Steelo on Sunday afternoon. t Ntrmal. Conditions at the post office will be normal by midnight lonlsiit. All (he ilelaycd' letlers had been sprtert this morning, and (lie ctty papers and parcels will lie- cleaned up by noon to- day. letlers are now being dispatched with regularliy.' Police A. Malasao appeared before Magis- trate; Inrln ipday charged with op- eratliig'a motor veh.Vic without a II- .cense.- He was-remanded. Another remand until neit Thursday vras-grant- edjin-the case b( Splrou Slavros, charged with coatrib'utlrig to'the-de- linguenis-ofll'little E'irl.''-. Bargains in Refrigerators and Ice Cream Freezers ff rater, refuUr J50.00, BOW 1 Refrigerator, regular now 1 Refrigerator, regular BOW 1 Refrigerator, regular now 1 Refrigerator, regular now THESE REFRIGERATORS ARE-ALL EXTRA HIGH GRADE AMD NEW STOCK. REDUCTION ON ALL ICE CREAM FREEZERS Consumers Hardware and Supply Company STEEBfflK Major J C Weir, an otnmtlilianian and Fenlin Raid-veteran, for twenty- one years "ccretary treasurer o( the Windsor waterworki department, is Bake in Comfort A SMALL ELECTRIC FAN WILL FRESHEN THE ATMOSPHERE IN KITCHEN. A FAN WILL' GIVE YOU MORE COMFORT OET Star Electric Co. FIFTH STREET 4 Q LEICESTER Paris, has .been (ound on prisoners shedding'; light .on soso-rScoiL re; composed [or ,thQ'mo3tvpart of men'drafter from 'Alsace and Lor- raine. -An orde- (roltf the'Crown Prince's headquarters -says: "in view o[ the niime'roud deser- tions and uprisings abioiig-thfl Alaace and soldiers, men'from those provinces are forbidden under any circumstances lo he employed on the front lines. They are to-be sent to Ihe rear to work jn-lhe fields." The order also iiti that the Al-j- liana.must btrcejed out of ae many regiments ag possible, Rur- vellance of each iadlvldual is de- manded. Papurs signed by General ton Rath. now have keen found requesting nil battalion commanders of the army to tarnish a report ori the general a'ltl- tude and behavior of Alsatian troops and to recommend measures of special treatment for these- aoldlera, A memorandum, seat out-by Gen- eral Word epeaks of a mutiny of Al- aalianfi at Ihe Ilevorioo depot, where- in soldiers participated.' U re- veals lhat many refused (o'fight when transferred from the east lo the west front, many escaping., lo. Holland. Scores, were puhhhed 'fo'r singing French songs andI -.conversing In French. The French prew :uses'. the occa- sion of the -revolution to point- out the ahsnrdliy of (Ke (lirmtn pretens- es lo Alsace ground of nation- allty for if tho Alsallans' really aro Qerman whSt need Is there for this special Ireatment. MONTREAL......... Your Teeth- How Do They Look CHARCOAL PASTE Exemption Appeals The following: decisions-were ren- dered by the Calgary tribunal: n. N. Jood, ;Seven' Persons, disallowed; S Seven Persons, allowed til! 'November 1; also the following: B. L Cornwall, Milk River; C. Smith, Yet- Owen, J. Ekin BaronE; C. H. Hodgson. Taber. (Market Examiner, Calgary.) A. M. Steed, of Lethbrldge, was at the Edmonton Yards'this wcclt with several cars of.cattle brought up'from the dry belt lnr'lbe south country. TJo bought the entire herd, three hun- dred head, of M.-L. Bliasou, of Wren- 200rfronr'J. SI Holmah. of Stir- ling-, arid the resl.frjini Wm. Hartley, of- Stirling. an entire train of 27 cars, and consisting of 7SS head of mli'cd to Calgary. Part were sold. tEere" and- the remainder were.hrought-lo -the mar- ket. Realizing, the-condition of the market, Jlr. Sleed-intencls to herd the cattle piitpn; some nearby pasture for the summer.' -He will probably also later on. Mr. Eilason'was'als'6'up with -the cattle. Mr. ambition tp In- come Iho-.GivrLer of-the biggest herd of pure-nre_d Shorthorns in (he out wilii'a herd of i25 head .of "p'ure-breds. He" has'heen n the ranching business for jsoine .Imo but it hat he into stuff. -Ic purchased 61 head of Imported last >e-ir some 33 of .which were bred to his :mporied TmlL. Giipoer Knight 'His cattle were'brought from some ot the best herds'in Sco.tla'nd.' He has one bull Lord Uiat was B.vC. Bain, the Dominion market representative at Edmonton, when he-.lived Mr. Steed paid JS.BOO for the .anlmali.and. has several others of Hie" very-'but stock 'obtainable. He owns four sections and a quarter at Stirling, and has. altogether acres. He eipects to' have enough pasture ami hay-lo look after his own stock. During tho Steed means to look after his stock In good shape, and to (his end-has just built a tmrn and "all-modern .con- veniencos of every claims the barn to be one'.of in that country. 5 Ho also has a number ot registered Clydesdale horses, but.hlt'Chlef. nianla at the present time is Market Eiamlner. j Will Whiten Oft. your Teeth