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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NORDHEIMER PIANOS KDISON PHONOGRAPkS ASaiNIBOlA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" 315 8th Street South Phone 1545 AILY HERALD j hotel Windsor EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM a.00 A.M. TO 8,00 P.M. --Jli'-L Lamb, Veal, Mutton, Beef, Pork, Chickens of the Best Quality for the Week End. DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 4S2 Why Do Without a Good Fountain Pen when wo cnn offer you one tliat is ciinninlcori, at prices ran/ring from $2.50 up. Everyone knows that a "Waterman Fountain Pen" is an everyday necessity, and having bought ouo we Know you will never be willlnij to do without one. AA^ always carry 150 or more pons for you to choose from. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL ^^^n^^ Store PHONE 1437 [N SOUi ERIY Montreal. July .5.-Hon. C. J. Do-herty, minister of justice was tendered a complimentary dinner last night at the Mount Royal club in recognition of his accession to the office of .tct-ing premier of Canada in the absence w \ FRESH KILLED FOWL TOMORROW R, Goultry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market overseas of Sir IJabert Borden. The leaders of every branch of Canadian public life in Montreal were present. Mr. Doherty said: "I wish to thank you for this iniprtJsivo tribute to the work I liave tried to accomplish. It had seemed to me that 1 might have bad to risk my reputation in the per-lormaiice of my' duty. that sac- rifice been necessary I should have willingly made it. But your e.vprcs-sion of confidence tonight assures me that those who thought ihey might rob me of tiiat treaeure have entirely failed." In regard to the province of Quebec. .Mr. Doherly said he felt confident it was progressing well, aud declared he was convinced that the ["rench Canadians were sound and w-ouUl follow the lead of their best leaders. m Watch Our Business Grow OUR NEW WAY OF DOING BUSINESS HAS PROVEN A BIO iUCCESS BOTH IN OUR TURN-OVER AND IN BRINGING DOWN THE COST OF LIVING. WE INVITE YOU TO COME TO OUR STORE LOOK OVER OUR PRICES MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. YOU TO BE THE JUDGE. FRESH FRUITS OUR SPECIALTY \ WE EXPECT A LARGE SHIPMENT OF BING CHERRIES &. STRAWBERRIES TO ARRIVE IN THE MOnNING, LOWEST MARKET PRICES. BELOW ARE A FEW OF OUR EVERYDAY PRICES WATERMELON, per lb..................... 7c BANANAS, per lb.......................... 10c FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT, largo size, each.. 15c LEMONS, oer dozen ....................... 38c ONTARIO CHEESE, per lb...............'.. 28c VANTORIA STRAWBERRY JAM, very fine, 23, per tin ............,..............45c WAGSTAFFE'S RASPBERRY JAM, 4s, per tin 85o LETTUCE, pel-- lb......................... 20c SUGAR, 10 lb. sacks ..................... $1.13 20 lb. Sacks ............................,$2.25 CANNED TOMATOES, per case...........$5.15 EDWARDSBURG CORN SYRUP, 10s, per tin $1.05 LILY WHITE CORN SYRUP, IDs, per tin . . $1.15 PEARLINE, 20 oz. package, each ........... 10c 50 oz. packages, each..................... 24c A CHOICE LOT OF FRESH DAIRY BUTTER just in, per lb............................ 37c FRESH EGGS, per dozen.................. 35c EXCELSIOR DATES, per pkt............... 18o HIRES ROOT BEER, per bottle ............ 20o MAC'S NO HUB, each.......................4c KOTEMASHI BEANS^'tiie sweetest and flHest ciuaHty, per lb. .......----............... 16c SUNLIGHT, GOLD AND WHITE NAPTHA SOAP,- per cake.................................. 7c FRUIT JARS, Improved Crowns, pints, doz. $1,15 Quarts, per dozen..................... $1.25 Half Gallons, per dozen.................$1.70 PERFECT SEAL,'pint;?, per dozen.........$1.20 Quarts, per dozen...........;...........$1.35 Half Gallons, per dozen ................. $1.05 For the Warm Days We Have Roast Ham and Dressing, Cooked Ham, Ox Tongue, Corned Beef and Baked Loaf. High-Class Cash Grocers THE GOOD CO. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-599' Phones 525 MARKETS SASKATCHEWAN CROPS Regina. July 4.-'in a review of the crop conditions of Saskatchewan. Hon, | October ...............^S" \V. R. Motherwell, minister of acricul-! CASH PRICES. V.'innipeg, July 5.-Oats closed cents higher for July and 4c higher for October. Flax closed 2',ic higher for July and l.'i'ic higher for October. WINNIPEG MARKETS. Oats- Open Close July ....................SiHi 8tj October ................76=^ SI)'.! Flax- July .................. 100 391-" Oats-No. 2 C.\\'...5S No. C.W'.. .S3 tura. stated today that he could not find justification for forecasting a wheat crop to equal the yield of last' Extra 1 Feetl...........>........Sa year, even with the large increase in ' No. 1 Feed, S2 Xo. 2 Feed, T'J j acreage. "One tenth of the crop," said I Barley- Mr. Motherwell, "is clean knocltod Xo. 3 '.....120 Xo. 4 ......113 out as the result of the wiird and Rejected ......................109 drought, six-tenths of the crop is cap- j peed........................ lOS able of producing an average yield, It we get sufficient moisture from, now Flax- Vo. 1 X.W.C....................400 ron, and three tenths of the crop will i :;. *c.\V..' SoV '' Xo.''ayv'.;'372 1 run from one fourth to one half of the-J average crop with even very best ot weather. Metal Work To Order Comiues"^n iih or galvanizeci ^ron; eaves, gutters skylights, roofs, ceilings, walla, floors. We'll build you anything in tin or sheet metal from a tin horn to a corrugated Iron warehouse. Ask for our estimate ov.-Receipts at the Union' Stock yards today were S50 cattle and 175 hogs. Quotations: Butcher steers, $7.50 to $14.50; heifers. $7 to $12; cows, $4.50 to $11.50; bulls, ?5.50 to $9.50; oxen, $5.50 to ?10: stockers and feeders, ?6.50 to $10.75; veal calves, $S toJ16; sheep and lambs, $10 to $17.50. Hogs-Selects, $1S; heavies, $13.50 to $14.50; S0W6 and stags, $11.50 to Now is the time to Sprinkle Your Potatoes With Paris Green Mix-tare. i A thorough treatment now will most effectively stop the destruction ot the plants by the Potato Bugs and you will get the benefit in a. large crop. Best Palis Green, $1 lb. Runaway Accident. Miss ^lamie Brooks was the victim ot u runaway accident yesterday resulting in a broken collar-bone and other minor injuries. She will be laid up tor several weeks. . Her sister, Mi.s.s Blanche BrooKs, was also badly shaken up. THE RED GROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson & Co. Telephones SS5 and 1232 Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Morning Post Deliveries. During July and August there -will bo only the mornin.g delivery of mall by postmen on Saturdays. Serious Charge. Harry Kusenkow was committed for trial in A.P.P. court yesterday on a carnal knowledge charge. The case Involves Hardieville parties. Funeral Service. The funeral of the late George Min-kinski of 1027 5th Stpet North, took place from St. Augustln's church today at 4:00 o'clock. Interment was made in St. Augustin's cemetery. For Red Cross. The Hon. trea.surer of tlio Hed Cross acknowledges with thanks the receipt of $178.05 from the school district of Richfield, near Del Bonita, being the proceeds of the sports aud dance held there on July 1st. Exemption Appeals. The following cases were disposed ot by the military tribunal at Calgary: W. S. Bradbeer. Lethbridge, disallowed. A. C. Bancroft, Vulcan; J. W. Adam, Vulcan; K. J. Fulmer, the east are generally good, though the hay crop will b^ short. The fruit crop is only fair. Business in the east however is very brisk. Business Good in East. Asa Parks, manager ot the local branch of the Canadian Consolidated Rubber Co., returned last night from a visit to the company's head office at Jlontreal. He states that crops in WE MAKE THE BES"^ THE COUNTRY IN The SASH & DOOR FACTORY ; Phone 663 Traffic Regulators. The city has received and put into place halt a dozen Intersection posts lor the guidance of aulomobilist.s in the down town dlstrlcta. The posts bear the warning "Keep to the right," and 'motoriats are gradually growing accustomed to turning corners without cutting them. Now that the posts are here the police will de- i mand a more careful;observance ot j the new traffic bylawif -% t �� DID NOT BREAK LAW. St. Paul, July'5.-The Mlnneso. ta supreme court.held today that A, C. Towneley, president of the non-partisan leagije, and Joseph Gilbert, Idfegue. orotinizer, did not violate any state"law by circulating certain literature which referred to the war. .The men were indicted in Martin County 041 the charge of attemitWig t'of^lscour-age enlistments. *;. * ; PARIS GREEN WE ARE IN RECEIPT Or A LIMITED SUPPLY OF PARIS GREEN, THIS MORNING AND OFFER IT IN SMALL LOTS ONLY, AT $1.00 per lb. WE SUGGEST YOUR PROVIDING AGAINST YOUR NEEDS AT ONCE. 1 D. Higiobotham & Co -- Limited -- The �Albert*'* Pioneer DruagUU* WhelMale and Retail Chemists tTELEPHONE No. 322 Perfectly Sanitary Truly Artistic Safer for baby! Less work for mother! Right here in town \ve are selling the prettiest and most practical low-priced floor coverings on the market You'll be especially pleased with the unusual beauty of the Congoleum Art-Rug patterns. They combine the two things most desired in modern homes-the truly artistic and the TJerfcctly sanitary I Congoleum Rugs are beauti. ful both in design and color* ing. They are wonderfully practical, being washable, waterproof and sanitary. They never gather dirt under them, because they lie flat without tacking. The edges cannot "kick up.'* Consumers Hardware Co. Barnwell;.F. Mcintosh. Okotoks; 1. W, Biglow, Taber. allowca till Nov, Ist. Death of Cardston Infant. There died at Cardston on Thursday, July 4. Idolla Christiansen, the throo-months-old daughter ot Mr. and. -Mrs. L. H. Chrlstiansg^Kit Raymond. The remains w^lll be taken back to Baymond tor interment. Death of Infant. There died in the city yesterday, July 4. the Infanl dtiughlcr ot .Mr. and Jlrs. John Odmark, (!04 I'Jth St. So. The funeral took place today at 2:00 p.m. from MacKay and MacKay^s parlors, Rev. W. F. Burns officiating. Interment in tlio public cemetery. Autolst Makes Progress. J. K. Warnock, who left Barona last week by auto with his family, on a trip to Minneapolis, writes the Herald from Cartwrlght, '.Man., having arrived there Saturday night last. Ho says the travelling is good, but he has struck rain and mud. He thinks he will come back/by way of the States and British Columbln. He has travelled by auto 877 miles, then by rail 737 and then by auto ngaia 138 miles. School Celebration. The people of tlio school district o* Uichfiold, near Ool Donlta; held a celebration on July 1st, the proceeds ot which wore donated to the Red Cross, amounting to $17S.05. There woro sports in tlio ntternoon and a danco in the evening, the program being hoiiig greatly enjoyed by the largo number present. JIIss Emily Taylor acted as trcRsuror and forwarded tho amount to the Red Cross at hcth-brUlge. --c , ANNOUNCEMENT. A dance v/111 bo hold In Burgmann's hall, 13th Street North, every Saturday nlglit. Two piece orchestra in I attendance, R. Burgmann in charEe. Gents 75c. Ladies tree. 173-1 The Ladies' Aid ot Iron Springs will hold an Ico cream and strawberry social on Friday, July 5th, at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Bennett, President. 172-3 The Twentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" D R O P IN 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 The National Portable Typewriter SUCCESSOR TO THE PEN Two colored ribbon, back spacer tabulator, weight 12 lbs., including case tor carrying. Price $58.50 EVERALL & FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS FOURTH AVE. AND FIFTH ST. S. PHONE 1107 This Space has been Reserved for. News of the Southern Alberta Amalgamated Fair an To be Held in Lethbridge - - Alberta JULY 22 to 27, 1918 .Watch for Announcement of New Features Daily REMEMBER-Only two more days to make-ei^triei-fdr the Exhibition. Mail your entries today. " W. McC: MOORE, Manager, B(i|X,#1028, Lethbridsie. > ;