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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOaDHEIMER PIANOS 501SOH PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" 315 6th Street South Phcn; 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD! "WANT "ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS THESE ARE ALL EXTRA CHOICE No. 1 Beef, Veal, Chicken, Cooked Meats DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Canada Food Board License Number Use Penslar Tread Easy Foot Powder During the summer months you will be walking more than ever, and it TOU will shake a small quantity of Penslar. Treat! Easy In your snoes-each step will bp one ot ease. Don't sutler from burning and perspiring feet when such a relief Is so t-ssy to obtain. SOLD IN LARGE SIFTER CANS AT 2So THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. 5 .Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE The Busy Store WE ARE BEING KEPT VERY BUSY-UNDER OUR NEW. SYSTEM. THE QUALITY OF OUR V GOODS AND THE PRICES ARE RIGHT. BAD DEBTS AND COLLECTION COSTS HAVE BEEN DONE AWAY WITH, WHICH ENABLES TO KEEP DOWN.THE PRICES CONSIDERABLY. WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW. WE HAVE BEEN ABLE TO SECURE ABOUT 50 CASES OF APRICOTS At A' VERY GOOD-PRICE, THE LAST WE EXPECT THIS SEASON. BETTER GET A FEW'CASES AT THESE PRICES. APRICOTS. 4 basket crates, while bit. Per crate APRICOTS, per basket..................4.. SOc PEACHES, per Ptr basket.............................. 60.0 per 6 Ibs. for................25c RIPE TOMATOES, In fetch boxei, per box A FEW BLACK AND BLUEIERRIES ARRIVING DAILY, LOWEST MARKET PRICE. THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-599 Phone 525 SEEDFGRtl.9 I nation will not- be bad. It. will be I necessary however to see that the sur- plus of farmers who have a fair crop Is not shipped out of toe country but is held hera for thoso farmers who have cone; Unlike 19U-15. there will be little need for relief except In isolated cases. Most' of the farmers have cleared up iheir heavy obligations, and are now ia fairly strong financial position, so will be able to. pay Tor their seed ivhen they get il- The important thing will be to proride that It is available when That there will be-tieed to hold most cf the grain Southern Al- herta this year in the district for seed nurt feed for next year and that ne had made representations to the govern- ment to that effect was the statement made yesterday on the Tlsit to the city of C. W. Spiers, general colonization agent of the department of inter- ior, who is in the district making" a 1-ersonaf survey of conditions in order to advlss the government as ID the hest method of Mod ling tha. situation. Mrv'Spiera is nu at .all pessimistic. He says that about So percent of the area; cropped will" not .see .-.a binder this year, but ereryv fanner who ba any crop at all Js going'to-.make'an effort to save it; so'tfaat Ibe'seed sit they want it. (From Our .Own Milk "Winnipeg. Aug. cash mar- ket was quiet today .owios to offerings. -Few oats are camlog on he market and there we're no oats in today's inspections. The cash barley and fVax. continue quiet, although there good demand for flix. Oals closed higher for October and higher for December, Flax closed Ittc lower tor October. November closed higher and December closed at 4 WINNIPEG MARKETS, Open lecember October weather for the past week has bsen favorable for. harvesting acil the is being pushed. All ike summer tal- lowed land has a lair yield, generally better, than the farmers themselves expected. Firo broke out in Dr. Giles' office or. Tuesday night .Mr. Thyken promptly broke through, a .window, and put it out, with a hand grenade. KO i was done; Sliss Vera Lefiingwell was united in! marriage to Clifford Gfills of the First International Bank, "Sweet Grass, ons Thursday. They expect to TPiide'at Evahsville, Minn, -Miss Let- fingweH will be much mifseil and all our-best wishes follow her to her new home. A. R. Shea paid a business Yisit to and aiasinasih on Friday, Steel is a visitor at the home of her brother, Mr. Steel, manager of j the Bank of Commerce here. Jim: Ofaorn has-returned from Sar- cee Camp on an extended furlough. Several parties hare gone, north to cut hay. .Mr Oscar. Svrausdn, and che j Thompson -Brothers shipped their teams and maivers on Friday to Ed- monton, and followed.by on Saturday. Thty.expect to stay several weeks.'- Friday Felix Chase, the mail November December .............404 CASH MARKET. Xo- '1 Xo.' 3'C.W...S6H Estra Feed No. 1 Feed, No. 2 Feed, Sl% Barley- Rejected and Feed N'o. 1 N. C No. 2 C. Calgary Live stock Calgary, Aug. nothing doing in bogs today at the stock yards and few cattle fa, business very miifiL The price on hogs holds .oady at yesterday's price of rind cat (I a at receipts of callIc to- day .included some good "beef, but nothing to warrant-.it-going over' llie q ted price, Stackers.are still mov- ing steadily, belters' bringing from to 510.50. I You too Will Delight in this non-oily, tissue cleansing cream ot refreshing fragrance which is so rezully absorbed, and ideal for a sktn inclined to be dry. PENSLAR VANISHING CREAM Atfords- the necessary mois- ture eliminates a 'shiny surface, softening and beautify- ing the skin at the same time. Sold In Two 25c.and5Gc v, CITY AND DISTRICT THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson Co. Telephones and 1232 Sherlock Building Trades and Labor Council KfSular forlnlffhtly meeting tonight In ite Labor Hall ot S o'clock. Land Men Here J. L. Harper ot Waltsburg, Wash., and W. B. Harder of Portland, Ore., are in the city with I3r. C. L. Griiiuati of Moscow. Idaho, who owns largo tracts of land in Southern Alberta. Wanted in Reglna Harold S. Hurwitz of Regina was picked up here yesterday by Detective Wigg of the A. P. P. wanted In llc- glna'bii a-forgery charge. The He- gina clly police'arc sending a mnn to lake Ilunvitz Lack to sland trial. Indian Head Visitor Angus ilacKay, superintendent ot i the "experimental farm at Indian was In the ciiy uisi night visiting I SupL Fairficld ot the experimental farm here. This moriiing they visited Xobleford and other points northwest of the city to see some of the crupa. Card of Thanks llr. Tbiu .Russell received a letter from Gunner Jesse Carter. 3Dlh Bat- tery C. F. B. E. France, ex- tending thanks to all those who wrote 1 letters of sympathy to him upon the death.ot his beloved wile, Mrs. Jem- ima Cariier, ivko.dted June la, DAK( -For'. Farmerettes from (fie Death of Infant Robert JlcCarel ed 3'mouths, infant son of Mr. .and Mrs.' C. C. R. .Shiiipobotham, 12CO 6th Avenue soiithT 'died in the citj yesterday, August 13. The funeral will .take .place tomorrow; afternoon at from the. resiriencq and inter roeiit wUlibe made in (he public cem elry. The tuncrai arrangementB will be In charge ot T. S. Fcttcrly. Mr. C C. R, Shippobotham'is a returned sol dicr. :j'-jE mug !N THE HOUR OF a ce.mical contest no slill have to.keep our minds on things transient- De'ath claims 'all but with the gears in but succeeded in jumping "on the running: board before the car backed away too far. He couFd .bnly reach reversing gear and __------.__--------------_ j the car, shoi back and forward fealt a We proEfer these services when they dozen times before the corner of the post office finally lietd it at rest till Felts gained the seat and proper con- trol. ;ForiunateIy HltTe damage was flone. The Uhiou. Church Sunday school picnic'ivas held at Oscar Oslng's grore on Friday. The children and parents were taken out by cars kindly loaned hy Iriends. ,Mr. Bartram, superinten- dent of actiool, 'reports about seventy people present and all bad a Jolly afternoon. mlnfsler of the Uafon went to Saturday, where he will preach' on Siinrtayr his place here being laken by Mr, Jack- uone can aispense with the services of A Funeral Director these services whe] and pledge our patrons llial perfect decorum attends whatever funeral we direct. Our services are at jjpnr disposal night or day, and we wtl promptly respond to phone or other messages, Motor Equipment MacKay MacKay SOS.Thlrrf Avenue South 12S2 Lsthtrids', Alia, Don't you IhinX it could be easy to write a little essay on'why you should buy at home? The Herald wants all Ihe boys and gMi of Lethbridge up lo and including 16. years ot ago to participate in a contest in which irill be offered In prizes Tor 'best essay on Patronize Home Deal- ers." Jlr. JIarnoch: and Mr.- Bawden are going to be the There wiy be two prizes at and two of each. Address yourressays to the liny at Horns Editor, Herald. U.S.OFFIWSAy Keep Cool these Hot Days AN ELECTRIC FAN KELP A LOT. SEE OOR3. WE CARRY EVERYTHING The Star Electric Co. 409 FIFTH STREET SOUTH E, LEICESTER Washiriglon. Aug. ariom- afouA stand o( the BolshevEkj {n de- claring slate of yar.with Great.Brit- aln and France because; of theianilln? ol'lroops on the Murman Coast auc not Including" the United States In ihis declaration, aUhough'tbfo country has adert In unison with the forces o the allies, is not understood here. Of fldals regard the situation is" Serious It Is helieved that since his last re port to the state'deparfnient, Unltec Stales Consul Ppole found his sit nation at Moscow and .has turned over (ha aftalrs of Ihe pnlted Slates in lhat city to' the coasul; of some.tieutral 'On the other haou1, if is eugiseited that In view o the'flight'of Lenlne to Kronsladt, the Holahevl'kl goverhmen in Moscow may have been overlhrown by one of tho oppogjny factions, or 3 consolidation of several opponents o Ihe Soviet governmenl.', .In that case Mr. Pople would remiln li Moscow. M ARLOW'S EAT ARKET 1110 Avtnue 8. Ywi're Swe at rhe Sure you're pood ork.' T WEI TBROOK BROS. Off si', it aiildgf M) your SbajiieTa-." perpetuate you; have "this -.sirairner flferkln'E on the farm. Opportunities for good yic- tures are always at hand, and films, papers and ell other sup- plies can be had promptly from this store. WE DO "EXPERT" DEVELOP- ING, PRINTING, ENLARGING, ETC- fltntv RtUU. Phones 1519 and 322 THE FINfeST MEATS Are At Near As Your Telephone R. Ooultry Phone 492 The Alberb Market Canada Food Board Llcenso Number Fifteen Styles to Choose from TMs.'splendid assortment of Gas Ranges from the, folto.wlns... well known manufacturers: LONDON. OUT. MOFFAT STOVE CCX WESTON, ONT.' CLARK JEWEL CO.i....... CHICAGO, ILL. ESTATE STOVE CO........ HAMILTON, OHIO. have the range you want anil our prices will plcaee bettor look them over. Consumers Hardware Supply Co. C People's Forum GOOD MUSIC. Editor LethbridBB Herald: Dear Sir: Permit 'ine space in your aluable papeY sound a note of nalae fop those' who live in of southern towns'.' 1 had plea sure oi hciny in Card- >lon on August -3rd.' This was a nola- ile day in new o me. But I enjoyed heius there. To see something oiit of the common. learned that-a sacred cantata to ie given on. Hits Uatc. a cantata that have had the pleasure tu lake part. One .Simper's ;An author ''of-; wide 1 went to the lahernaclo at the np- .expecting lo hear a can- :ata put on in trup, tanner style. I was -The Cantsia, "The El'xltfig ts one of tha besl, and I was moro than deltehtefl with GLORIOUS _ (Canadian -.Dtspatch From Keuiers Limited.) liritish Headciuailers, Aug. wealher conlin- ues, 'enabling the airplauea to easily seo tho move- incnts. We know eiaclly lie Is bringing his felu- forcetnents and RUQS, and where lie is .coricentratlns Raids on ,tho northern front Drobably are Intended to remind us of the possibility or a Ger- man offensive there. (s rendition, were kit ml E A lair gathering of labor men as icmbled in the labor ball last evenfni ,o hear K.'o. Tipping, nreslilenl ot th iVtnhipcg Trades and Labor cound Stockwell occupied Ih chair and introduced .the speaker Mr Tipping proved a forceful speake and lie handled the subject of his lee ture, "Overlords in in masterly manner. Daring the course of his, remarks, he .predicted a grea advance In labor circles, and alreatf in the large cities in Canada new o ganlzations were springing up, H also advocated the trade fn preference lo Individual said lhat the same system han prove to fcct.td good advantage In Great Br tain. Mr. Tipping also "few j remarks on the recent strike.in Win- cgr and (old his audience lhat des- pite reports ID Ihe contrary, it was a: decided gain for labor, Mr. Tipping is making a. trip lo the coast and is sneaking In all tlie big cities. The labor men of V'.is cily will also have the opportunity to hear another good speaker on Friday- evening of this week, when PreaEdenl J. C. Wal- of the Dominion Trades Con- gress, will adtlrc33 A public meeting. H is hoped the labor, men of the city will turn out in force and give him a welcome- Tlie time anil placo will hD decided at Ihc regular mccltng of llio local trades council tonight. CALGARY MAN ROUND DEAD Niagara On ThV) LakN Out, AUK. H. body of II. of the mac-htafi.gitn corps, was taken from the Niagara River, near Ihc Internat- ional bridge, at Queenstown, today. The hotly appeared to have been in the water for some lime. Banks was 28 He cumc from Calgary. His father Is 11. Hanks, tirangefield, Texas. siegers. When' the choir came to their positions my .curiosity 1 was sure good was comins. I ran assure you that it was grand, musically. All tho "parts were well suiiained. The young lady who sided at the organ; proved herself equal to her task. I .want to give my praise to .a toiy of the parts. The mixed .quartet The -alternat- ing duet-nas the rendition I heard .Thcjjass and tenor auet s eicellent, espeolallv the closing measures.- -The -ladies1 duet was par _ tfhe Irio belter than good, The solos" were. ail 'better than good; I was delighted, -Penult me to voice my sentiments' on-lho chorua work It was some ot: the. heat I have heard in a long time I have Iraielled consid erably and never miss a chance- to ake in anything musical. This was! the iiiost pleasant surprise! ever had.I And at the door I was told no charge I what you. wish. -This to-mel wag more wonderful. In conclusion! allow niq a word_ for the leader. man well ricarn.Vla Soulh- em Alberta, I'balleye his" .nanie Newtown, or N'ewrombyit mailers .noil Hd is a muslcaKdlrector ot ,lhe flr order. He had Ills-work in handVThel way in which he handled showed to mo he, was "no beginner. Now, Mr. Editor, that, which I had the pleasure to ten to i3 produced by farmers, (I vrnsl told tfiey were I.should a ay I lhat all newspapers should herald the! news from pole to-pole. No wonder! you boast about your splendid wneat.l It is so good that ft talent. If 1 was better .'acquainted ll would like lo hear cholrl put on Simper's Cantata, Joyfuil Thanksgiving." Hoping 1 havo '-hot trespassed onl your valuable will by wishing the singers success. say-Veep goings nesjiectfully DAVID EVAXS. J Undertaking I1 IMPROVED METHODS aro niloplcfl Dy'Ais as soon as their value Is firmly established. .In llrj pertormar.co of Oir duties as Undertakers and Licensed Embalmers modern aids approved liy sclcnco or good lasto afe fn use, and we liavc no heaitatton In ctairalug that we can B'VQ .tho beat service reasonable ?ost. OLDEST. ESTABLISHED FIRM IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. WE MANUFACTURE CASKETS T. S. Fetterly 334 SIXTH STREET S. Paris, Aug. mission has sent to.the military, gov- ernor oi I'arls 'a .report to charge Charie? flutnbfirH.-aenator and the for- nter owner of the' Pa'rjs .tilth tlte raefiiy. A hill will he the opeQlng oi the Sept. 17, providing for Ihe of parliawcnlaiy Imrnunlly. FIVE KILLED Aug. Flye In a. flare up'orpowde? the rfryer houses of (fie powder Comftny near The CIUM of the cttfent but eompiny tty'lhefe It no tutfMoa that A was the work of an enemy.. Hay Feed Cor. 2nd Avo. add 12th St. A. PHONE 1244 LETHBR10QE Grand Dance TO BE HELD; IN K, of P. HALL Friday, August 16th GOOD ORCHESTRA from 9.00 to 2.00 VACATION TIME Spend your Idle hours In'louch with nature, In mountain, on hill and by. stream. ,i. i. BOOKS OF THE RIGHT SORT Ihc Uosl'ln life, cnyclopcd midst the cholceit ipots 'ot The Twentieth. Century Book Store 614 FpUSTH AVENUE PHONE 611 STENOGRAPHERS WANTED TO CALt, AND SEE THCiBYRON TYPEWRITER CABINET Sonielhlne niw. CARBON HOLDER IN FRONT OK OPERATOR A place for Letter heads, envelopes, hill heads, carbon' S' WE SUPPLY EyERVTHIKO FOR EVERALL FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS 3INWOTT BLOCK COR. 4TH 5TH ST. ;