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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOHOKEIMER PIANOS KDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSIM3O1A MUSIC CO. LTD. "Everything Musical" 515 6th Street South Phone IMS LETHBRIDGE HERALD GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECORAT01 904 tlth Street S. Phone 1483 Prompt and Reliable Work at Reateiv .able DILL FRESH SHIPMENT JUSTIN. DELAN Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 i Canada Food Board License Nymbtr Use Penslar Tread Easy Foot Powder: usrspiring [ect when-such a relief is so easy to obtain. SOLD IN LARGE SIFTER CANS AT-2N THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1457 Our Attractive Prices are Bringing the Crowds SINCE MAKING THE CHANGE AND PUTTING OUR BUSINESS ON A BASIS WHEREBY WE ARE ABLE TO MAKE QUITE A REDUCTION IN PRICES, OUR TURNOVER HAS INCREASED MORE SO JHAN WE ANTICIPATED. THE QUALITY IS RIGHT, GOODS ARE NOT SHOP WORN AS WE KEEP THEM ON THE MOVE. c WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW A SPECIAL PRICE ON BLUEBERRIES About 20 baskets, while they last, per backet, weight about 15 ibir are about finish-.J .....tor this season. We would advise getting a basket, as vie do not expect the.price will be any cheaper THE GOOD CO: LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 5-599 Phone 525 Ducks! WHY POSTPONE BUYING AMMUNITION? WE HAVE AXFEW CASES EACH OF THE FOLLOWING LINES WHICH .WE CAN- NOT REPLACE AT'ANY PRICE. IF YOU'PREFER-AMERICAN MADE NOW. J U.M'.C. "Remington" Smokeless Shells. 12 gauge "Grand Prix" 12 gavge i.25 23.00 Peter's "TarQef MS Peter's "Premrer" Shells, 12 .Peter's "Referee" Shells; 12 gauge ...........i... 1.20 Peter's "High Glm" Shells, 12 gauge 1.60 Peter's "Ideal'.' High Brass Base Shells :175 t (Frcm Correspondent) Champion, Aug. Baker, from Carmangny, is supplying in the local telephone office for a few'.days The Alberta Pacific Elevator Co. are; remodellins- their plant so that Outdoor Painting .requires a d if Cereal kind of patnl than.Indoor vfork. So 41 you wan! to paint" tfce porch or toacli up thi Inside woodwork lei us know an THE PROPER PAINTS. Sell yon loc right brushe too you need any i Wellington Bros jSlJFRKVK BuJtOlNG Hay Feed Cor> 2nd'ATe..an4 IZUi.'St.'A. >HONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE' M ARLOWS EAT l s ARKET Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue S. You're Sore at the Sanitary Shop Sarefyoure safe and of good V WESTBROOK BROS Bank of Montreal v r' Kirkby's Special For Thursday RAISIN COOKIES Rojulir'SBc per dazen SPECIAL FOR THURS- DAY 2 Dozen for Kirkby Co. 606 3rrf December No. 2 C.W might-be better able to hanole rush of grain this fall. Miss Arnold, our local telephone ent, is still on Ihe sick list in Bar- Jlr of Flint Mich, is w it at the'home of n. C. Crane.- Mr. ewtdn intends to locate In this let. Mr and Mrs. .Herbert, of Red Deer, rived in town Monday. Mr. Herbert taking a position with the Laidiaw MIES Fraser, of the Kant of Hamil b. is-on of tne consolidated school staff Miss Moon, of -Toronto, is visiting e- brother, IX manager of he-Bank of- Hamilton. The AVonteh's.Institute met at the 1D two ome of Mrs. H. .Therriault last Wed esday large nutnber of ad es nere present. In leid of follow og the regular institute program the ,their- energies along je.Yine of. RedL, Cross .work and com- leted the followlpg garments during towels, 50 handker- ifs 36 face lowele and 2 Knitted ocfcs, total 101 piece The meeting -nUhlFgat refresnments serv d by Mca ThemauIL Red .Cross Notes: The meeting held at the ihurch. The -'following ladies were ireschti ,'Mrs.' F. Lloyd, Mrs. R. F Geo. Orrr Mrs.. G, W op'On, Mrs A, S Ilohcrls, Mr0 J N. BeaubSfir.'Mrs. D. J. Mr Sutton. Mrs. J. F WBE hand ed in "Sir- Suit on, 6 dre sing gowns 1 Mrs V Adam oparatiog gonns Mrs li 3" Adams, 1 pair oyjamas pair pyjamaa and j i pair knitted MIA. C Davis I 5 towels; 30 handkerchiefs; Mrs. Mirt-! llrs. F. Lloyd, 1 da> shirt (Red Cross your on tiis.quilt without delay- Already them aro 25'ono. dollar.names and 42 25c rianjes, Geijnto'line, hand Ju your name lo tne Presldenf, Mr? J TEIarper Children's :Red Cross day, next Fit day, August 23 Afternoon searing in thifchurcb Ercry garment liial conies in Friday counts Tor the children Do a few extra Cnla week and make the children s day the biggest day of the year Moving pictare entertainment in the church In thfc 9 o'clock. Prisoners of "war-envelopes linnder] In next Friflay. ;Plcase Temembcr that the -local 'brahch" la aupporting two priEOneM of, War, Do your bit lo help this thing along. Goods shipped to August 1C: 32 .dressing gowns, 7 day shirts H 9-operating gown3t 6 pair hed socks, 2 trench' caps, Z pair kniCter] socles, 4 knllled trench.cap: 320 handkerchiefs, 143 towels, 100 Turkish lace cloths, face cJothq 47 onal propert> tags, to tal pieces, 674.' Wlnnlpos, Aug. cash war keis lo-day conitnu'ml without, feat- ure, unless it is the small amount ot offerings "the light, business transicted. Oats closed lower for October and ?sc lower for Deccmb'or. Flax closed Sc lower for October, lo-wer (or Jv'oveuiuer and lower for December. __ _, Winnipeg Markets. Open -Close Oats- October Sa1" S4at December S2ii 431 41S 414 Sunset Soap Dyes That Cleanse and Dyes Garments in a Single The use of Sunset Soap Dyes conserves 'time: labor and__yal. uable garments. The housewife likes to them .because the .work Is' so tho labor connected with .the UEe.ot.old-lashioiied dy.j 35 eliminated f A .complete assortment ol col- ors from which to-select. THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD. to Jackson Co, Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT t Off To Toronto. 'is leaving to-rnorro'v for .Toronto to alteiia tttj annual fire chiefs' convention. s 1 Back From Coast Superhitentleiit C. MacK-mtosh, of lh> C.IML, has returned'alter a short holiday at" tlia coast V Matleod M.L.A. Visits. Gcp. S. Skeldhig. 1I.L.A., Maclcod. was In the city last rflsht ami attend ed Premier Stewart's uddress on tho war. Police Court. D.- Dunn, drunk, was fined Jl- costs'. In tho ctty police court incrnliiK. G. Dennett, au alien was fined costs. and this and 27.00 2.1 .W 27.00 32.CO We also a dozen-high grade aHot guiis at beforo the war prices; llieso should'interest you. Then we liavo' shoaUug coats, and allXhe nccessorles. 22 Short Cartridges, American black 25c.box Smokeless powder 30c box Consumers Hardware and Supply Company Were Dismissed. s Poolo and Taylor, charged. wUh at- tempting to break out of Ihe city jail last .month, appeared.- before Judge Jackson in District Court yesterday The charge against them Was dismiss owing to conflicting evidence. Sister Killed In Accident; Word, has beuri received by' Mr C. of the death ot his sister. Mrs.; Henry Christie, or Colorado Colorado. Mre, Christie was vlcUni of an automobile hccidout Jast To Meet Recent Advance 25 Cen's a Da> to Retail Price Also Following the increase of 2 per daj 'to the minEra of Di net No.JS.Jhe'Galt'.Collieries today announced an increase of per ton a t. the retail yards, bringing the price now to 2a per ton Thi announcement was'followed by an increase by retail, dealers here bringing ib> price oE coal delw cred to ?Goi) for a single ton lot or as against ?6 25 an 3 formerly. There i s' no in crease in the price of cither at the mine ID'retail lots delivered. The" price delivered Is.still for pno ton or ?775 for Uo Ions Tlie increase of 2fl cents a Ion'together with'ah "75 cents a ton on the freight chargea on a ton. of coal to Winnipeg Winnipeggers who .failed to accept the advice to buy early will now have lo pay 95 cents iier ton .morejlhan If Ibey bad filled their .basements a month ago. Bfrh'h Headquarlers In France August An order Isaued by a German military commander and which nattng than 'anything1 thal'-has come out In many months, says: 'It has come to ray .-knowledge through a letter addressed to the Royal Prussian minister of war thai man on leave have spoken publicly pi s revolution which '-la to hreak but af- ter the war, THIRD CANDIDATE St. Paul, Aug. third can- didate be. placed in the.field to oppose Governor Burnquist, Republican, and'-Fred Whfiafon, Dernocratic candidate for gover- nor, it was dacldid today at a state convention of the Non-Par- tisan League. Pickling and Preserving Notes H Is n6r-always to purchase in large quantify are -ft) be used reaaonabla the Tolatile ingredients on which depends, are liable' to be dissipated, unless kept in well tin or glasa Containers _ carr> practically a full Vst ot both fte ordinary and the rarer Sp ces man> of which Larc hard to obtain at the present moment on account of the dif ficulties surrounding :the ocean carriers of such commerce, PICKLING SPICES, PICKLING MIXTURES, FRUIT GAMP'S CANNING COM- POUND, (half and one pound PAPER, ETC., ETC., ETC; Phones and 322 41 Pebekahs to Meet. "Dominion Rebehah Lodge, No. ;ilLhold its regular meeting in tbelas, Oddfellows HaH to-morron night at lit o clock. The degree .Visiting brothers welcome. Ottawa; Aus. net gain to tho C B. F. of 1115 recruits Is shown in the' recruiting-'figures for bctutcn August 1 and 15 out lof'av the Milltarv departmcnl The total'number of recruits secured In States Kngland'. was while the 'total wastage reported WOK "SS7, It is esti- mated that 45 per cent of the casual- ties will, period or six mon- ths, be service. t For the "enlist- ments in Canada 'liumbered 3144; In (he United Statfs, and in Fng land 1 The men included.- overseas, casualties to the number of 1435 Duffr.g the fortn'n11 mill tan district produced the largest, nuni of-rocrults with Toronto district a good second. fhe flgurec by aiilitarj distrlc i arc or, very splcasanl cveuiug V." A siict'lal cil was held-laal wcek.wh'eri a rate o! axatioii for the ensuing vear ol tweV y-Blx mills .was include: :wenty-five for the town'anil oiie ex- tra for the.Patriotic FiniU. At tlw satuo meeting Dr. lialnes wns aiinolut id information this wecll by Chas. Fowler lhat'R, n. Reeve, at time employed In the Unlon'UatiVi Q and later aL tho.Q.P.IU depot bas been killed in trance lie Icf Regfu'a wiUi Jits reglnicni about two years ago and was killed on March 4tu i. A mceling to discuss school datlofi 'was'heid on night There was n fiir dlteiidaMce, Aftci an- address, from'the -feo'vcrnmcnl hi- spcctdr. Mr.! Farr-; sercral' of tlioso prosenl took the matter up' and HIE rounfry residents, present' 'stronglj supported the movement Eventually it, was decided lhat'a'volo bet taken aadMhc feeling ot the fatedayers in the.-Courtland Hill-district -be asccr Condon loronto Kings ig a j lo con on Ottawa 512 Mbnlreal; 1S21, Que Brother Killed In Acticn. Mr. J. C. Rcdtt. mannger of the iStandard Bank, NTwtli Le4tihridge, has received, word of the death of Lieut Frank Scott; who" whs killed in action on the lOtfi iiist. Lieut. Scott was forinerl> of the IGlst Jluron Battalion from Brussels; Ont. 3lg Parly on Visit. Coming from Medicine Hat yester- day, Premier Stewart motored through the tract- of tho Canada. Land and. Ir- rigation Co, In the party, were Hon. 0. R. -Mitchell.-Lome Lairtlaw..'J.-L. Pea- cock, IX" W. A. Burns and W-- O. Taylor, all of Med- [icine Hat. Send in Your-Essay. There arc'only three moro clays for .the young folks where, 16' years or under, to get In Khoir e lp" The Herald office on 'Why'Patronize.Home Dealers." This e Aa> is open to all >oung ppoplo im der 10 and there will be, prizes. Sendyour essay to Tho'Herald to-day. May SMbpIemental Exam I can dilates VULCAN (From The heaviest ralnfalKof the seftaon occurred on Sunday when practically he whole of the Vulcan district 'ex- perienced a heavy downfall The re suit Is that the feed .situation, will he greatly helped out. ___ Jlarvestlng which commenced with some farmers last held up on account of tho It Us pro- ceeding again nnd in many parts ol (fie district cutting Is on DGS pile the.'dry summer roanyVfarhiera who nave commenced their harvesting are finding lhal their crop uiU'be a little bettet than at first anlicfpated While tho this district Is not Giij Johnson qf tbo1 Vulcan CoOoera Company states that there, he somG by tfio farmers-In Ihls district V he June Departmental Examinations be given Ihd of writing a supplemental examination to he conducted at Calgary, commoncirigreo-Hember -17, J91S, in those aubjccjs on which.they failed to secure tho standing. Tho results of the cxamfn'aElon will be considered in cunjcmctlon with the results of the June Examination, and any'candidate who, on Ihc t-wo'examinations, secures at'leaat 34 per cent, and an Average of GOoier on six of the eight sub jccla pi the C ratio XI inanimation wl.ll he Admitted to the normal sen6ol iary, 1913, conrtitlonevl in two Grade XI ites wiio failed on bee 360, Halifax 431, St Jolm Winnipeg Id Vancouver, 3i7, Re gina, 92; Pnese figures for the dis rccruils aecuted m ngland make the total of 4002 for the Grst half BOW ISLAND T' {From Tiie At Ibe regular meetin" of tho Bow Islfml Boaid of Trade held, on Mon day night Ihe preiideut (A he received a ter from- the commissioner-with ,re> spact to the proposed ho pital district of-which'dUtprnnnJirtd. to make Bow Island the centre? to the etheitfe outlined the dislricl will extend on the east to as far as Seven on tho weal the eait tier of .townships D, 10, 11 and 12 in range 13. the whole of tne Mun- icipal district ot Forty MUD extend ing a" far south TC the is ar north as the river. The' heaVj'.rain ;of last week has done much to restore the confidence oE the farmers It has not onl> helped !o fill out tue.wheat hut whnt n'robab- ;y-la'of alnaost-equal It iis sohed to a large extent problem. A reception TVfls held In the United Church', on Tuesday, evening to give those who had not already done so an opportunity; of'meeting their new pas- In Jami; subjects flavor Vance slated that Mf Ihc prices on milk continue to he H, -ifraid the city nil! Hnd ft neces sary lo tdke over the milk businesH In North Vancouver city. German members of the CMcago Symphony, Orchestra renounced the Kaiser tho Valerland and such ,o! their kin as are fighting m the fn'r armies, at R meeting oE Ihe Federation .of Mdsiclana., Loyal .alien members of the union be ex pclled as was formerly''announced, Joseph Winktcr, prealdcnt of the organ- haflon wbofannounced tho In policy said all disloyal members bo expelled. YOU THINK OF PRESSING OR REPAIRING THINK 0" "D" THE TAILOR Telephone 1666 410.HFTH 9TREET" FULL'LINE OF MEATS BEEF, PORK, 1 MUTTON, LAMB. FOR THE.WEEK END All up to our usual superior quality v v R. Coultry Phone 492 v Tho Meat Market Cariasla Food Bojird.License Number DON'T: FORGET-THE BUSINESS-MEN'S arc serving a Irasintts men s luncheon front 11M till 2.00. Soup" fish relish, choice ol meats and'choice'-bf desserta'for v50c The mchu and service make this luncheon WE EMPLOY ALL WHITE HCLP TheSilverGrill 5th Street Ilev. Walter Murray, of East Orange NJ ailsuied to the >oang Men's ChrlBlian association, vraVktlled In the Chateau'Thierry section whnu lerr- Ing soMiers fro'ta'a canteen near the front line Two shells, falling on ellher sids of him, killed the Rev. Mr. Mur- ray He was burled with full military honors, party of Bis American r.ongresj- men has arrived In Lpmlon en route to. tho battle front, it was announced tonight They arc Janics II Aswell of fxiuls.ana, AlVen I! liarklo, of Kenlifcky, James II Alasp ol UtiiJ ChUs If ftahdall, of Lilltornla, Mar vm Jones, of Tcras, and MlKon H Wcllliig of Blab A WELL BAKED LOAF- QUAKER BREAD John Gilmore Limited Bakers SUBSTITUTLS In require yery thorough baking Tho substitutes hull Ihc and the loaf is not thoroughly baked U nlll bo doughy and remain clammy no mailer hov, old H gels We are keeping our" oven cooler and leaving the bread in thrt oven longer Tbats what helps lo make Quaker Hreail loaf Why wnte good oiperlrnentfng Madam' Use Quik ej save your maternls nnd Now! unle our friends it fhe front and elsewhere and gel throogh pads ion should se" our atoclv tii IIILTSL convenient blocks of paper th6 first time you find yourself out have a numher ol special well vorlh attention Prper iloes not go wrong readily I'rOTlde'against the rapid ndvance-lirpancr coats. The Twentieth Century Book'Store 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 61J FOR READING AND VVRITlNG MATERIAL f makaili-n .exact man." STENOGRAPHERS WANTED TO CAUL AMD SEE THE TVPEWRITEp CABINET Somtlhing CARBON HOLDER IN 01' OPERATOR A place for everything heads) envelopes, bill heads cartxm, eecond sh'dets, eld.. SUPPLY EVERYTHINO FOR THE OFFICE EVER ALL FRANKS SINNO'TT BLOCK .OFFICE COR, 4TH AVC STH ST S. ;