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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta IblSON PH6N6QRAPH3 A89INI90IA MUSIC Everything Muilcal SIS 6th Street South Phone 1646 lllMJJl Jtlttl GEORGE MORGAN HOUSE DECOR ATOt HOi IIMtt WltojNl 1413 Prompt Wtfrfc BtHi i MA DILL PICKLES FRESH SHIPMENT JUST ILANYS Meat 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 and if you will shake a small quantity of Penslar Tread Easy in your slices each step will be one of Dont suffer from burning und perspiring feet when such a relief is so easy to SOLD IN LARGE SIFTER CANS AT 25o THE KENNY ALLIN NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Store PHONE Our Attractive Prices are Bringing the Crowds SINCE MAKING THE CHANGE AND PUTTINO OUR BUSINtSION A BASIS WH6RE6Y ARE ABLE TO MARS QUITE A REDUCTION IN OUR tUHNOViR INCREASED MORE SO WE THE tifUAUTV IS GOODS ARE NOT WORN AS WE KEEP THEM ON THE WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW A SPECIAL PRICE ON BLUEBERRIES About 20 while they per weight about 16 They are finished for this We would advise getting as we do not expect the price will be any cheaper this THE GOOD LIMITED HighClass Cash Grocers CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8599 Phone 525 From Our Own Correspondent from Is supplying in the local telephone office for a few The Alberta Pacific Elevator are remodelling their plant so that Outdoor Painting requires a different kind of paint than Indoor So If you want to paint the porch or touch up the inside woodwork let us know and we will supply THE PROPER Sell yon the right if you need Wellington Bros BUILDING May Feed 2nd 12th PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE MARKETS AR LOWS EAT ARKET Phone 796 1110 Sixth Avenue M You re Sure at the Sanitary Shop Sure safe and of good WESTIROOK Opposite Bank of Montreal Kirkbys Special For Thursday RAISIN COOKIES Ragular 25c per dozen SPECIAL FOR THURS DAY 2 Dozen for Kirkby 606 3rd SOUTH they might be better able to handle the rush of grain this Miss our local telephone is still on the sick list in Bar Mr of is visit ing at the home of Newton intends to locate in this dis and of Red arrived in town Herbert s taking a position with the Laidlaw Miss of the Bank of Hamil is on duty after having spent two weeks at Gull 100 cars lined Main Street Saturday This looks liktj good busi Gordon assistant agent in the local expects leave thia week for a few days Brown lost a valuable animal last a fine heifer which was run over and killed by a freight train passing the local Mrs Simonson was a visitor in Calgary last Joe Bennet has got an exten sion of 30 Dolton is improving his pro When completed have one ot the finest residences in The following Champion students passed the recent departmental exa minations Grade May Mil dred Grade Stanley Grade Vesper i Helen Beaubier Marjory Eight pupils wrote and seven Ttiis speaks well for the effi ciency of the consolidated school Miss of is visiting her manager of1 the Bank The Womens Institute met at the home of Therriault last Wed nesday A large number of ladies were Instead of follow ing the regular institute program the ladies directed their energies along the line of Red Cross work and com pleted the following garments during the afternoon 13 50 handker 36 faeo towels and 2 knitted total 101 The meeting closed with light refreshments serv ed by Red Cross The last meeting was held at the The following ladies were present The following work was hand ed in 6 dressing gowns 2 oporating gowns 1 pair pyjamas I 1 pair pyjamas and 1 pair knitted socks 8 30 handkerchiefs Mid 2 pair knitted socks 1 day jRed Cross Get your htme on Quilt without Already there are 25 one dollar names and 42 25c Geh into hand In your name to the Childrens Red Cross Fri August Afternoon seaing in Every garment that conies in Friday counts for the Do a few extra and make the childrens day the biggest day of the Moving picture entertainment in the church in the evening at 9 Prisoners of war envelopes handed in next Please remember that the local branch is supporting two prisoners of Do your bit to help this thing Goods shipped to August 1C 12 dressing 7 day 14 suits 0 operating 6 pair bed 2 trench 3 pair knitted 4 knitted trench K20 143 100 Turkish face knitted face 47 personal property to tal cash mar kets today continued without feat unless it is the small amount ef offerings nnd the light business Oats closed c lotter for October and c lower for Flax closed 5c lower for 5c lower for November and 3Vic lower for Winnipeg MSrkets7 Open Close October 85 December S2 81 Flax October 401 November 418 December 414 Cash Oats 3 Extra 1 feed 1 2 4 PRICE 20 CENTS To Meet Recent Advance of 25 Cents a Day to Miners Retail Price Also Sunset Soap Dyes That Cleanse and Dyes Garments in a Single The use of Sunset Soap Dyes conserves labor and val uable The housewife likes to uss them because the work is so All the labor connected with the use oldfashioned is A complete assortment of col ors from which to THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK Successors to Jackson Telephones 555 and 1232 Building CITY AND DISTRICT j Off To Chief Hardy is leaving tomorrow for Toronto to attend the annual fire chiefs J Following the wage increase of 25 cents per day to ihe miners of Dis trict the Gait Collieries today announced an increase of 20 cents per j ton at the retail bringing the price now to per This announcement wasfollowed by an increase by retail dealers in coal bringing the price of coal deliv ered to for a single ton lot or in two ton as against and There is no in crease in the price of nut coal either at the mine or inretail lots The price delivered is still for one ton or for two The increase 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 if they had filled their basements a month TUOLUTION British Headquarters In August order issued by a German military commander and which is mose illum inating than anything that has come out ot Germany in many says It has come to my knowledge through a letter addressed to the Royal Prussian minister of war that men on leave have spoken publicly of a revolution which is to break out af ter the Walter of East Orange attacked to the Young Mens Christian waskilled in the ChateauThierry section while ing solrtiers frota a canteen Rear the front Two falling on either side of killed tho Mur ray by Ho was burled with full military A party of six American congress men has anlvert in London MI route to the battle it was announced They are Janies of Louisiana Alben of Kentucky James of Utah of California Mar vin of and Milton of Wal THIRD CANDIDATE third can didate will be placed in the field to oppose Governor and Fred Democratic candidate for gover it was decided today at a state convention of the NonPar tisan Pickling and Preserving Notes It Is not always Vcisdom to purchase S PIC E S in large quantity Unless they are to be used within reasonable the volatile ingredients on which their value are liable to be unless kept in well tin or glass We carry practically a full list of both the ordinary and the farer many of which are hard to obtain at the present moment on account of the dif ficulties surrounding the ocean carriers of such PICKLING PICKLING FRUIT JAR CAMPS CANNING COM PARAFFINS WAX half and one pound PARCHMENT 1 fc Higiatahan It Co Limited snd RsUII Phones 1515 snd 322 Back FroVn Superintendent of tho has returned after a short holiday at Macleod was in the cjty last nilsht and attend ed Premier Stewarts address on tho Police was and costs in the city police court this an alien who to was fined and Ducks Ducks Ducks WHY POSTPONE BUYING AMMUNITION WE HAVK I EACH OF THE FOLLOWING LINES WHICH NOT REPLACE AT ANY IF YOU PREFER AMERICAN MADE Cue Smokeless 12 firaiid Prix or 12 gauge 12 Peters Premier 12 Peters Referee 12 Peters High Gun 12 gauge Peters Ideal High Brass Base We also have hnlf a shot guns atbefore the war prices theso should Interest Then we have shooting waders and nil the 22 Short American black Smokeless 30e box Consumers Hardware and Supply Company Were Poole and charged with at tempting to break out of the city jail last appeared before Judge Jackson in District Court The charge against them was dismiss ed owing to conflicting Sister Killed In Word has been received by the death of his i Henry of Colorado I Christie was the victim oi an automobile accident last Rebekahs to Dominion Rebekah will hold its regular meeting in Die Oddfellows Hall tomorrow night at eight The degVec will be conj Visiting brothers and sisters Brother Killed In manager of the Standard North has received word of the death of his Prank who was killed in action on the lOtli Scott was of the IGlst Huron Battalion from Big Party on Coming from Medicine Hat yester Premier Stewart motored through the tractof tho Canada Land and Ir rigation In the party were Lome Pea Burns and all of Med I icine Send in Your There arc only three more days for young folks of Lethbridge or any j Ifi years or to get in i their essay to Herald on Why Patronize Home This I essay is open to all young people un j der 16 and there will be in j Send your essay to The Herald Prom the The heaviest rainfall of the season occurred on when practically the whole of the Vulcan district ex perienced a heavy The re sult is that the feed situation will be greatly helped out which commenced with some farmers last was held up on account of the but It is pro ceeding again and in many parts of the district cutting is going Des pite the dry summer many farmers who have commenced their narvesjting are finding that their crop wlUbe a little bettor than at first While the labor this district is not Guy Johnson gf the Vulcan CoOperative Company states that therfl will be some required by the fannersin this j May Write Supplemental i Grade XI candidates who failed on the June Departmental Examinations will be given the privilege of writing a supplemental to be conducted at Hldrnonton and commencing September in those subjects on which they failed to secure the pass The results of the examination will be considered in conjunction with the results of the June and any candidate on the secures at leant 34 per and an average of oOCper on six of tho eightsub jects jof the Grade XI will lie admitted to the normal school in conditioned in two net gain to the of 1115 recruits is shown in the recruiting figures for the period between August 1 and given out today by The total number of recruits secured in theNlJnited States and England wus while the total wastage reported was It is esti mated that 45 per cent of the casual ties within a period of six mon be fit for general For the period me ioned enlist ments in Canada numbered 3144 in the United and in Eng The Wastage of 2887 inen included overseas casualties to the number of During the fortncht Montreal mili tary district produced the largest num ber of recruits with Toronto district a good The figures by military districts are as follows 255 692 Kings 312 1821 Que 360 431 152 171 377 Re 92 These figures for the various dis with the nine recruits secuted in make the total of 4002 for the first half of BOW From The At the regular meeting of the Bow Island Board of Trade on Mon day the president announced that he received a ter fromthe commissioner with re spect to the proposed hospital of which it is proposed to make Bow Island the According to the schoitfe the district will extend on the east to as far as Seven on the west the oast tier of townships 11 and 12 in range the whole of the Mun icipal district of FortyMile extend ing as far south as tho as far north as the The heavy rain of last week has done much to restore thje confidence of the It has not only helped to fill out the wheat but what probab ly is of almost equal it has solved to a large extent A reception was held in the United Church on Tuesday evening to give those who had not already done so an opportunity of meeting their new pas A very evening l A special sitting the town Coiliv ell Was held last a rate ol taxation for the ensuing year of tyslx mills was Thjs twentyfive for the town and ono tru for Patriotic At tin same meeting Baines was appoint ed medical health information was received this weeK by Fowler that at one time employed in the and later at the depot has been killed in He let Regina with his regiment about two years ago and was killed on March 4th r A meeting to discuss school consoll datiort washeld on night There was a fair After address from the government in several of present took the matter up and the country residents present strong j supported the Eventually it was decided that a vote taken and1 the feeling of the ratepayers in the Courtland Hill district be asoer Vance stated that If the PIices fin milk cpntinue to go up he afraid the city will find it neces sary to take over the milk business in North Vancouver German members of the CMcago Symphony Orchestra renounced the tho Vaterland and such of their kin as are fighting in tho oniray at a meeting of the Federation of Loyal alien members of the union will not be ex pelled as was formerly Joseph president of the organ ization the change in policy said all disloyal members would bo A WELL BAKED LOAF QUAKER BREAD AjREADWITH SUBSTITUTES inrequire yery The substitutes hold tho John Gilmore Limited Bakers moisture and if the loaf is not thoroughly baked it will be doughy and remuiu clammy no matter how old it We are keeping our oven cooler and leaving the bread in the oveu Thats what helps to make Quaker Bread a hotter Why waste good Ingredients experimenting Madam Use Quak er Bread aud save your materials und WHEN YOU THINK OF PRESSING OR REPAIRING THINK OF D THE TAILOR Telephone 1666 410 FIFTH STREET FULL LINE OF MEATS FOR THE WEEK END All up to our usual superior Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market Canada Food Board License Number i DONT FORGET THE BUSINESSMENS We are serving business mens luncheon from till choice of meats and choice of desserts for 50c The menu and service make this atvopular WE EMPLOY ALL WHITE HELP TheSilverGrill 4th and 5th Street We Are All Correspondents Now Wewrite our friends at the front and and get through pads You should sea our stock of these convenient blocks of papor the first time you find yourself We have a number ol special lines well worth Paper does not go wrong Provide against the rapid advance in paper The Twentieth Century EookStore 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 611 FOR READING AND WRITING MATERIAL Jteuding maketh a full man tiu exact STENOGRAPHERS WANTED TO CAUL AND SEE THE BYRON TYPEWRITER CABINET Something CARBON HOLDER IN FRONT OF A place for Letter beads bill tecoifd WE SUPPLY EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE i EVER ALL FRANKS SINNOTT BLOCK OFFICE 4TH 5TH ;