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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOnOHEIMER PIANOS BDISON PHONOGRAPHS AS81NIB0IA MUSIC CO.. LTD. "Evcrythino Musical" 315 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORATOR SG4 11th Street 8. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work Dona at Re�ton-oble Prices. . DILL PiC FRESH SHIPMENT JUST IK Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 4S2 Canada Food Bcird License Number 9-2664 Use Penslar Tread Easy Foot Powder Durins the summer months you will he walkiuR mort> ever, and if you will shako a small quantity o' i'lnslar Tread Kasy in your slioes each step will ho one of ease. Don't suffer from hurniiif; and l)ersi)iring teot when sucli a reiiet is so easy to obtain. SOLD IN LARGE SIFTER CANS AT 25c THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 14S7 Oar Attractive Prices are Bringing the Crowds SINCE MAKING THE CHANGE AND PUTTING OUR BUSINESS on A BASIS WHEREBY WE ARE f ABLE to MAKE QUITE a REDUCTION in PRICES. OUR TURNOVER HAS INCREASED MORE so 7HAN WE ANTICIPATED. THE QUALITY IS RIGHT, GOODS ARE NOT SHOP WORN AS WE KEEP THEM on THE MOVE. , WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW A SPECIAL PRICE ON BLUEBERRIES About 20 baskets, while they last, per basket, weight about 15 lbs. each,,$3,00. They are about finished for this season. We would advise gettino a batket, as we do not expect the price will be any cheaper thl� year. THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers canada fooo board license number 8-599 Phone 525 mm mm NEWS (From Our Own Correspondent) Champion. Aug. 19.-Miss Buker. from Carmang.iy. is supplying in the "local telephone ofTice for a few days. The Albena Pacific Elevator Co. nre remodelling their plant so that Outdoor Painting reciulres a different kind of paint than indoor work. So 'it you want to paint the porch or touch up the inside woodwork let us know and we will suBply the proper paints. Sell yon the right brushes, too. if you need any. ellington Bros SHERLOCK BUILDING Hay & Feed F.O.HYDE&CO. ^Cor. 2nd Ave.-and 12th St. A >HONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE they lui.qht be hotter able to handle the rusli of grain this fall. Miss Arnold, our local telephone agent, is still on the sick list in Barons. ' ^ Mr. Newton, of Flint. Mich., is visiting at Uie home of 11. C. Crane. Mr. Newton intends to locale in this district. Mr. and Mrs. Hsrbert. of Red Deer, arrived in town Jlonday. .Mr. Herbert is tnking a position with the Laidiaw Co, Miss Fraser. of the Bank of Hamilton, is on duty again, after having spent two weeks ai Gull Lake. 100 cars lined Main Street Saturday evening. This looks llkq good business. Gordon Miller, assistant agent ia the local depot, expects to. leave thlo week for a few days' vacation. Mr. Brown lost a valuable animal last week, a line heifer which was run over and killed by a freight train passing the focal station. Mrs. Siraonson was a visitor in Calgary last week. Pte. Joe Benuet has got an extension of 30 days. Geo. Dolton is improving his property. When completed Mr. Dolton.will have one of the finest residencbs in town. The following Champion students passed the recent departmental examinations: Grade S. May Ulrich, Mildred -McGregor, Geo. Mills. Grade .1. Stanley Durkee. Grade 10, Vesper VMaynard. Helen Beaubier Winnipeg. .\ug. 21.-The cash mar-l ! kcts to-day continued without feat- j ,ure. unless it is the small amount of offerings and the light business transacted. Oats closed f^.ic lower fot October and �'KiC lower for December. Flax closed .'ie lower tor October. i)c lower for November and o'-ic lower for December. Winnipeg Markets.'"^' Open Close Oats-October . December Fla.x- October .. November December 83% S2U 4.",1 41S 114 ........ .436'^ .........417% .........413 Cash Prices. Oats-No. 2 C.W.. .9a'!-i No. r>C.W...SS% l:^xtra No. 1 feed ............SST^ .Vo. 1 Foed..S4->4 No. 2 Feed..S2>4 Barley-No. 3 C.W...120 No. 4 C.W...115 COAL JUMPS IN-_ PRICE 20 CENTS To Uleet Recent Advance of 25 Cents a Day to Miners- Retail Price Also Sunset Soap Dyes That Cleanse and Dyes Garments in a Single Operation. The use of Sunset Soap Dyes conserves lime, labor and valuable garments. The housewife likes to use them because the work la so simple. AW the labor connected with the use of old-fashioned dy.j is eliminated. A coipplete assovtmeul of colors from which to select. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. \ SucCBMors to Jackson & Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Bulldlno CITY AND DISTRICT f Off To Toronto. Chief Hardy is leaving to-morro.w for Toronto to attend the annual fire chiefs' convention. Back From Coast. Superintendent 0. 1). Mac.lviutoah. of the C.P.R., has returned aftet- u abort holiday at the coasL Macleod M.L.a. Visits. Goo. S. Slceldiiig. M.L.A., Maclood. was in the cit.v last night and nttond-od Premier Stewart's address on Uio war. Ducks! Ducks!! Ducks!!! WHY POSTPONE BUYING AMMUNITION? WE HAVE A.FEW CASES EACH OF THE FOLLOWING LINES WHICH WE CANNOT REPLACE AT ANY PRICE. IF YOU PREFER AMERICAN MADE SHELLS-BUY NOW. * Box Caie U.M.C. "Remington" Smokeless Shells. 12 gauge----$1.36 $24.50 "Ely's," "Grand Prix" or "Bnlllstlte," 12 gauge ...... 1.26 23.00 Peter's "Target" Shells, 12 gauge .................. 1,45 26,60 Peter's "Premier" Shells, 12 gauoo ................. 1.60 27.00 Petor'.'j "Referee" Shells, 12 gauge ............... 1,20 21,60 Peter's "High Gun" Shells, 12 gauge ............... 1.80 27.00 Peter's "Ideal" High Brass Base Shells ............ 1.75 32.00 We also have half n dozen high grade shot guns at boforo the v.-ar prices; llieso should you. 'I'hen we have Hhuotliig coats, caps, wndcrs and all -the accessorlcB. 22 Short Cartridges, American makes, black pov/doc_......25c,box Smokeless powder .................................. 30c box Cosisumers Hardware and Supply Company Police Court. . D. Dunn, drunk, was fined,$10 and costs in the city pollen court this, morning. G. Dennett, an alien who j (.failed to report, was fined ?2 and costs. Were Dismissed. Poole and Taylor, charged" with attempting to break out of the citv jail last month, appeared before M ARLOWS EAT ARKET ^ Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue S, YouVe Sure at the Sanitary Shop Surejyou're safe and of good �work.. \ WESTBROOK BROS. OppotUe Bank of Montreal Kirkby's Special For Thursday RAISIN COOKIES Regular 2Sc per dozen SPECIAL FOR THURS-DAY 2 Dozen for here, bringing the price of coal deliv- i ercd to .?G.50 for a single ton lot or $12.50 in two ton lots, us against $6.25 and $12.00 formerly. There is no in the price of nut coal either at the mine or in retail lots delivered. The price delivered is still ?4.25 for one ton or ?7.75 for two tons. The inorease in price of 20 cents a ton together with an increase of 75 cents a ton on the freight charges on a ton of coal to Winnipeg means that Winnipeggers who failed to accept the advice to buy early will now have to pay 95 cents per ton more,than it they hud filled their baaemenLs a month ago. Kirkby & Co. 606 3rd AVE. SOUTH Following the wage increase of 2-5 cents per day 'to the miners of Dis-' trict No. IS, the Gait Collieries today Marjory I announced an increase of 20 cents per j Timlall. Eight pupils wrote and seveii! to" "le retail yards, bringing the passed. Tliis speaks well for the em-jPi'i''e now to ?5.25 per ton. cieacy of the consolidated school staff, j This announcement was followed by :�iss .Moon, of Toronto, is visiting if^n increase by retail dealers In coal her brother. D. C. Moon, manager of the Bank of Hamilton. The Women's Institute met at the home of JJrs. H. Therrianlt last Wednesday rfifternoon. A large number of ladies were present. Instead of following the regular Institute program the ladies directed their energies along the line of Red Cross work and completed the foUowtag garments during the afternoon: 13 towels, 50 handkerchiefs, 3G face towels and 2 knitted socks, total 101 pieces. The meeting! closed with light refreshments served by Mrs. Therriault. Red Cross Notes. The last meeting was held at the church. The following ladies were present: Mrs, F. Lloyd, Mrs, U. F. CundSll. Mrs. Geo. Orr, Jlrs. G. W. Thompson, Mrs. A. S. Roberts, Mrs. J. N. Beaubier, Mrs. L. J. Adams, Mrs. Sutton. Mrs. V. Adams, Mrs. J. F. Hirper. The following work wan handed in: Mrs. Sutton, 6 dressing gowns; . Mrs. Y. Adams, '2 oporating gowns; Mrs. L. J. Atlams, 1 pair pyjamas; I Mrs. J. Beaubier, 1 pair pyjamas and' 1 pair knitted socks;; Mrs. C. Davis. S towels. 30 handkerchiefs; Mts. .Mid-dleton, 2 pair knitted socks; Mrs. F. Lloyd, 1 day shirt. I Red Cross quilt. Get your tiame on t^is ciuHt without delay. Airearfy there are 25 one dollar names and 42 25c names. Gefc Into lino, hand lu your name to the President, Mrs. .1. harper. Children's Red Cross day, ntixt Friday, August 23, Afternoon scvcing in th# church. Kvory garment I hat comes in Friday counts for the children. Do n few extra tills.week and make tlio children's day the biggest day of the year. Moving picture entertainment in the church iu the evening at 9 o'clock. Prisoners of war envelopes handed in next Friday. Please remember that the local branch is supporting two prlBoner.s of war. Do your bit to lielp this thing along. Goods shipped to Calgary, August IC: 12 dressing gowns, 7 day shirts, 14 suits pyjamas, 9 operating gowns, ti pair bed socks, 2 trench cap;i, 3 pair knitted socks, 4 knitted trench caps, '.'.20 hanrtkercliieffl, 14'a towels, 100 Turkish face cloths, 7 , knitted face cloths, 47 personal property bags, total pieces, 674. Rev. Walter Murray, of East Orange N.J., attac'ned to the Young Men's Christian asEoclation, was'kiUed In the Chateau' Thierry section while serving soldiers froto a canteen near the front line. Two sheila, falling on either side of him, killed the Rev. Mr. Murray by concussion. Ho was burled with full military honors. A party of six American congreas-inen has arrived in I.,ondon en route to the battle front, it was announced to-night. They nvp Janies Ti. Aswoll, of Louisiana; Alhen li. llarkloy, of Kentucky; James H, Mays, of Utah; ChftB. H. Riihdall, of tUilitornla; Marvin Jones, of Texas, and Milton H. Wellliig, ot 'Utal* British Headquarters In ' France, August 21.- ((Associated Press)-'An order issued by a German military commander and which is tnoiie illuminating than anything that has come out of Germany In many months, says: "It has come to my knowledge through a letter addressed to the Royal Prussian minister of war tiiat men on leave have spoken publicly of a revolutiou which is to break out after the war." THIRD CANDIDATE St. Paul, Aug. 21.-A third candidate will be placed in the field to oppose Governor Burnquist, Republican, and Fred Wheaton, Democratic candidate for gover-nor, it was decided today at a state convention of the Non-Par-tisan League. Pickling and Preserving Notes It is not always wisdom to purchase SPICES in large quantity unless they are -to be used within la reasonable period as the volatile ingredients on which their value depends are liable to be dissipated, unless kept in well sealed, tin or glass (jontainers. We carry practically a full list of both the ordinary and the rarer Spices, many of which are hard to obtain at the present moment on account of the difficulties surrounding the ocean carriers of such commerce, PICKLING SPICES, PICKLING MIXTURES, FRUIT JAR RINGS, CAMP'S CANNING COMPOUND, PARAFFINS WAX (half and one pound packets), PARCHMENT PAPER, ETC., ETC., ETC. 1 . Higiobotham & Co -- Linait�d � WhelMale and RaUll Chemlate Phones 1515 and 322 Ottawa, Aug. 2J.-A not gain (o the C. K. ot 1115 recruits is shown In the recruiting llgures for tlio period between August 1 and 15, given out today by thcMilitary department. The total number of recruits sccureil 111 Canada. Iho'vUnitcd Stales and England was 4002, while the total L.> J"" I wastage reported was 2SS7. It ia csli- , , . . ,------. �'""G" I mated that 4.T per cent ot the ca.snal- Jackson in District Court yesterday. I t,^,, ^.j^,,;,, ^^^.^^^ The charge against them was dismiss- ^, ^ f^r general service, od owing to confUCtlng evidence. p^,. ^j.^ ^^^^^^^ o! L,--., J T A J I ' nionts in Canada numbered 3144; in Wo^^;^ t^l^frel^^i^'t Ml-: C. ^-,^r%^'^^^^S T'^S^ "i^ r v?^ui:;t'-u;rai^i^^;o^f;^'^[!^.d::^ "-'H- iiTjt ' district produced the largest num- lust aunuay,, , ^^^^ vocruits with Toronto district a 'good second. ,1 The figure? by military distric'.a are as foilow.s: London. 255; Toronto. 602; Kings at tor. itev. Gilbert. A very pleasant evening ruaulled. A Bpoclal silting of, the town couiv oil was held last week,when a rate ol taxation for the ensuing year ot twou' ty-six mills was struck. Tills .include: twenty-live for the town and one ox. Ira for the Patriotic Fund. At lli� sumo meeting Dr. Uninos was appoinl> ed medical health olllcor. Information was reeci\*ed this wocll by Chas. Fowler that R. R. Reeve, al one time employed in the Union'Bunk here and later at the Cl'.U. depot has been killed lu France. He lof'. �Regina with his regiment about two years ago and was killed on March 4tli last. A meeting lo discuss school coiisoli dnlion was'held on -Monday night. There was a fair attendance,' After an- address from the government inspector. Mr. Farr, seroral of thosi' present took the matter up and the country rosidenls present atronglj supported the movement. Eventually it was decided that a vote ho. taken and" the feeling of the ratepayers In the. Courtland Hill district be asoer taincd. sisters j b<�:. "�P; Halifax, 431; St. John, 152; Winnipeg. 171; Vancouver, 377; Re- Brother Killed In Action. Mv. J. C. Scott, manager of the I Standard Bank, North Lw'..bridge, has received word of the death of his brother, Lieut. Frank Scott, who was killed in action on the 10th inst, Lieut. Scott was formerly of the IGlst Hiiron Battalion from Brussels, Ont. Big Party on Visit. Coming from Medicine Hat yesterday, Premier Stewart motored through the tract- of the Canada Land and Irrigation Co. li: the party were Hon, C. R. Mitchell, Lome Laidiaw, J. L. Peacock. D. W. Hays, .1. W. McLane. A. Burns and W. O. Taylor, all ot Medicine Hat. VULCAN. - (From the Advocate.) The heaviest rainfall of the season occurred on Sunday, when pnictically the whole of the Vulcan district experienced a lieavy downfall. The result is that the feed situation will he greatly helped out. ___ Harvesting, which coramonced with some farmers last week, was held up on account of the rain', but it Is proceeding again and in many parts of the district cutting ia going op. Despite the dry summer many farmers who have commenced their harvesting are finding that Ihelr crop wiU be a little bettor than at first anticipated. While the labor situation, in this district is not seriouH, .JVIan^jrer Guy Johnson Qt the' Vulcau Co-C)perative Company states that there will be some required by the fafmorst-ln this district. - Send in Your Essay. There arc only three more days for tiio young folks of Lethbridge or any- j where. Hi years or under, to get in their essay to.Tl"^ Herald office, on "Why Patronize Home Dealers." This essay is open to ail young people up- jder 10 and there will be S25 in prizes. j Send your essay to The Herald to-day. --r- May Write Supplemental Exam. I Grade XI candidates who failed on the June Departtnental Examinations will ho given the privilege ot writing a supplemental exaiiiinatlon, to be conducted at Hldmonton and Calgary, commencing'September 17, 1918, in those subjects on which they failed to secure the pass standing. The results ot the examination will be considered in conjunction with the results ot the June Examination, and any candidate who, on the l.wo o.xamlnation.s, secures at loi^Ht 34 per cent, and an average of SO'jier cent, on six of the eight subjects jof the Grade XI Examinatlop. will he admitted to the normal school in .January, 1919, conditioned in two suljjects. Mayor Vance stated that If the prices on milk cpntinue to go up he i.4, afraid the city will find It necessary to take over the milk business in North Vancouver city. Gorman members of the CMcago Symphony Orchestra renounced the Kaiser, the Vaterland and such ^of their kin as are fighting -in the eti'^.rtiy armies, at a meeting of the ChUvigo Federation ot Musicians, Loy.vl alien members ot the union will not be expelled as was formerly announced. Joseph Winkler, president of the organ-l/.aMon who,announced the cluiugo in policy said all disloyal members would bo expelled. ^ Rebekahs to Meet. Dominion Rebekah Lodge. N'n. will hold its regular meeting in Oddfellows' Hall to-morrow nigiit . --------......-......; right o'clock. The degVee will lie con-;'.'"Ottawa, 312; Montreal, 1.S21; Que-! I'erred. Visiting brothers welcome, gina. 92; Calgary, 130. 'I'lieso figures for the various districts. wMlh the nine recruits secnn-ed in England, make the total of 4002 for the first Jinlf of August. , " bow ISLAND. (From The Review.) Al the regular moetins of the Bow Island Board of Trade helti. on Monday night, the president (A. F.Wprts) announced that he had received a letter from- the commissioner with respect to the proposed hospital district, of which it is proposed to make Bow Island the centre. .'Vccordlng to the Kchnnle outlined, tlie district will extend on the east to iis far as Seven Persons, on the west the tier ot townships 9, 10. 11 and 12 in range 13, the whole ot the Municipal district of Forty-Alile extending as far soutli as the Cljin^and as tar north as the river. ' . The heavy rain ot last week has done much to restore th|e coijlidcnco of the tarmcr.i. It has not only helped to fill out the wheal but what probably is ot almost equal consequence, it has solved to a large extent tlio'j^leed problem, A reception was held In the United Cliurch on Tuesday evening to give those who had not already done so an opportunity of meeting Ihelr new pas- WHEN YOU THINK OF CLEANING, PRESSING OR REPAIRING FULL LINE OF MEATS BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL, LAMB. FOR THE WEEK END All up to our usual superior qiiulky, R. Coullry Phone 492 Tho Albe.-ts Meat Market Canada Food Board License Number S-28093, DON'T FORGET THE BUSINESS-MEN'S think of "D" THE TAILOR Telephone 1666 410 FIFTH STREET AVe are serving  business men's luncheon from 11,30 till 2.00. Soup, fish, relish, choice of meats and choice of desserts for 50c The menu and service make this aiMopular luncheon. WE EMPLOY ALL WHITE HELP TheSilverGrill Cor. 4th Ave. and &th Street __I � � : . 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Why /waste good Ingredients experimenting Madam'/ Use Quaker ^Bread aud save your materials and Bt'r'esigUi, STENOGRAPHERS WANTED TO CAUL AND SEE THE BYRON TVPEWRITEp CABINET Something new. CARBON HOLDER IN FRONT: OF OPERATOR A place for everything.-Letter beads; envelopes;'bill heada, carbon! tooond sheets, etc^ we SUPPLY EVERYTHING FOB THE OFFICE EVCRALL & FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERt SINNOTT BLOCK \ COR. 4TH AVE. A STH 8T. s. 120568 ;