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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta IT NOnOHEIMER PIANOS tDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC C9.. LTD. "Every'thino Musical" S15 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD J GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR 964 11th Street S. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Done at Reasonable Prices. THESE ARE ALL EXTRA CHOICE No. 1 Beef, Veal, Chicken, Cooked Meats DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 432 C.nnada Food Bo.irc! License Number 9-2664 Use Penslar Tread Easy Foot Powder DurlnK the sumiiipr 111011111:= yoii will bo walking niorr than ever, and if you will shal;o a small (iiiair.ity o' Penslar Trea/i Easy in your plioe? each sti'ii will be one oi iMse. Don't suffer from burniriE un.-Cash grain markets irontlnU'e. qiiiet today and will remain so lintil llie now crop begins to arrive. The nRivemont of ail grains has become very light. Oats closed He higher for October and '4 c higheivXor peccmber. Kl;).\ closed ',4c higher for Octobor at :17 and ^&c higher tor .N'oveinbor and Ic higher ror December. Oats- 0|ien ("lose i October ----f.....'......8:!Vm S1% i December ..-............7!)'/> 79% Flax-October ...............41S -117 .November .........112 112 December .'............400 40ilV2 CASH ."RICES. Oats- ANNOUNCEMENT. W. R. Brown will remain in Lelhbridge and conduct hja painting and paper hanging business. 20S-2 Byes tiring easily Prove eyestrain. Qoys In Court. The other day two boys, aged 12 and | i;;. were brought from Raymond by the A.P.P.. charged with forging a cheque tor $2.') on Bert Kenny of that j place. One of the boys appeared he-fore J. D. Hlginbotham of the juvenile court and was released on suspended sentence. The other boy was detained for a hearing at the Children's Shelter. The night before last he along I with another boy, escaped from the shelter and started for his home at Raymond. A lady driving a oar picked them up and gave them a lift. The bpys however have been taken in tow and are being brought back to Lelhbridge. They will cornel before the juvenile court. No. 2 C.W...91% Kxtra 1 Feed .. No. 1 Feed. 84% Barley-� -No. c.w...... Flax- .No. 1 N.W.C. . .. .\"o. 2 C.W....... No, No, 2 C.W.. .87;,'^ .......S7:;� Feed. S2% ......118 ......427 ......422 Do not wait till serious trouble develops. Have the strain removed. , The sooner the easier. Properly adjusted glasses will do it. We are experts in relieving eye strain and guarantee satisfaction. J. M. HENDERSON �� EYE SPECIALIST AT R. A. WRIGHT'S JEWELRY STORE IN MEMORIAM. Grand Dance TO BE HCLD IN K. of P. HALL Friday, Auguit I'Sth * GOOD ORCHESTRA Dancing from 9.00 to 2.00 In loving memory of Private.n Jonas and Tlieodoro Stnttli. both killed in action on August loth, I'Jl", In the battle of Loos. He slumbers well, altho for him no greou, tended grave. The shadows of the dreadful hills drift o'er him like a wave, , And wild griefs call, .�\nd fast tears fall. And the pale stars watch the morning. The great war-eagles sail the air. Tlio Hhrapnol plows tho ground, The crackling flames of rUlos bitrn on every hollow raoimd; The bugles call. And wounded tall. And tho even' stars wail the morning. He slumbers well, altho his hearj, asleep, can never know How brave and clear the tender eyes which wept to see him go; And soft winds call, And kind snows rail,' And the white stars watch tho morning. Inserted by Iholr mother, sLslors and brothor, .Mrs. Chas. Smith, I'^va, Josle and Dick, .Mr.s. .Maurice Parfltt. LETHBRIDGE TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL Jo Co TO BE ADDRESSED BY President .of tho Dominion Trades Congress of Canada LETHBRIDGE IN THE LABOft HALL, TOMORROW EVENING FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, AT 8.00 O'CLOCK Come and hoar tho vital (luestions of the day discussed from the viewpoint pf organized labor, v � / QUAKER BREAJb IS A REAL VICTORY LOAF VACATION TIME Spend your idle hours in touch with, nature. In inoutUa'.n, valley, on hill and by stream. ' -, ' � BOOKS OF THE RIGHT SORT pqrtrny the bcstjii life, enveloped n\ldet.the ohplcest spots of earth. The Twentieth Century JBqipk latere IS DISTINCTLY "BOOKISH" 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 John Giltnore Limited' Bafeers UAKBE BREAD conlalnn 10% of subBlltutes aa required by the Food Controller.- These aubslltutfiK are barldy flour, corn flour, oat Hour and oatmeal. Quaker bread is today a b|^ter eating and keeping loaf than it ever wi�g before the use of substitutoB, Tho nubBtltutei^ WQ use give tho loat flavor ami ^oep It in'ofBt, STENOGRAPHERS WANTED TO CALL AND SEE THE BYRON TYPEWRITER CABINET Something now. CARBON HOLDER.IN FRONT OP OPERATOR iPi^?,^I"I?.y^i:L"*'"^-~'"r"^'' envelopes, bill heads, cai-boii; Kocoid sheets, etc WE SUPPLY EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE EVERALL & FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS 8INN0TT BLOCK COr. 4TH AVE. & 5TH ST. . ;