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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 10, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta noroheimer pianos . Jkdisom phonographs ' AStflNIBOIA MUSIC co., LTD. . "Everythino Mutlcal" \ 31B 6th Street South Phone 1545 HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS P^OM 0.00 A.M. TO 8.0U P.M. The Home of Quality ~ Meats DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 "OFFICE SUPPLIES" BLANK BOOKS, FILES, BINDING CASES. LEGAL FORMS, TYPE- WRITER PAPER, TYPEWRITER CARBON, RIBBONS, ETC., ETC. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. � NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1437 > ? ? ? ? ? ? ? : � � > ? > > ? NEW DEPARTMENT OF > HOUSEHOLD ECONOMICS > AT ALBERTA UNIVERSITY At a recent meeting of the Board '6t Govermars, Miss Mabel Pajrick, B^., an honors graduate in household science of the UnlTersIty of Toronto and at present on the staff o� the Manitoba Agricultural College, -n-as appointed to take charge of the course in hous^old economics which is to If it is on the Market we have it R. Coultry Phdne492 The Alberta Meat Market bo put into operation at the University of Alberta the coming autumn. Authority w-as given "oy the senate over a year ago for the institution of this work but unsettled conditions rendered it inexpedient to begin tlie courses in 1917-lS. The rapidly increasing nviniber of women students, however, together with the coming to the University of women graduates of the Provincial Schools of Agriculture has resulted in the decision of iiic University authorities to open at once courses in household economics. The work-is being carefully planned to meet the requirements both of those who wish to take a degree and also for tliose wlio desire to take a j short course or specitil work. ' At the iranie meeting of the Board of Governors the appointment was also made of Miss L. A. Smith, B.A., an honors graduate of McGill University, as demonstrartor in the department of physics. Roses for Irrlgatlonlsis. In order to overwhelm the prairie delegates with flowers, and to further contribute to the success of the West-em Canada Irrigation convention which will be held at Xelson, B.C., July 24, 25 and '2.6, the people of Nelson have postponed their annual flower show until the same time. The Boundary country is famous for its �flowers and fruit, and delegates to the convention are entertaining visions of roses for the eye and cherries for the appetite. It is said that both will bo available in greatest profusion. H a Prieserve Bing Cherries, Royal Aiiii Cherries/ Gooseberries, Reij Currants and Raspberries now We have Ivoe shipments arriving direct from the growers in ?. C. 4. Washington. An extra fine lot of Royal Ann .Cherries, from B. C. on consignment. Very lowest cash prices prevail here on all lines of goods. Our advertised prices arc regular every day prices. . 3.25 .. $2.50 3.25 BING CHERRIES. About the last we expect from ^ashlngton. 20 lb. cases. � J ROYAL ANN CHERRiES," ib' lb", crates'. Extra fine quality, per crate ......... STRAWBERRIES. These are almost over fo^ the se:!Son. We have a few arriving dally. Lowest market ,price. Today's price, q ("n, per crate.............................J.OW 2.90 GOOSEBERRIES, 24 small baskets. Per crate ........................ 4 large b'^skets, per CMte ........ RED CURRANTS, 24 smdil baskets. Per crate ....................'.... RED RASPBERRIES. Lowest market price each day. Today's price, ^ per crate ............. WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW People realize that"under OUR NEW CASH SYSTEM they arc able to save money on all their purchases every day. All unnecessary expenses such as bad debts, dollvcry and collection costs eliminated. IF YOU HAVE NOT RECEIVED ONE OF OUR JULY CATALOGUES ASK FOR,ONE. THEY ARE ^ HERE FOR THE ASKING. High-Class Cash Grocers THE GOOD CO. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER S-590 Pfione 525 MARKETS Winnipeg, July ^0.-Quiet again prevailed on the market today. Qats closed 1 3-Sc lower for July and 1 5-Sc lower for October. Flax closed 7 l-2c higher for July and 6 l-2c higher tor October.  , Winnipeg Markets Open. ......... 90% ......... S4^ Close. S2% Metal Work To Order Cornices in tin or galvanized Iron; eaves, gutters skylights, roofs, ceilings, wails, floors. We'll build you anythinj: in tin -S)r sheet metal from a tin ho^n to a corrugated iron warehouse. Ask for our estimate on that next job. Our work stands the test of time. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA* ....... 410^i . ...... 405 Cash Prices 41794 412 SS's Feed 82% No. 3 C.W... 85% ............. 85% No. 2 feed.. 79% Oats-July ..... October ... Flax-July .... October ... Oats- v. No. 2 C.V,'.. Extra No. 1 No. 1 feed. �arley- No. 4 C.W...122 No. 4 C.W...117 Rejected....................Ill Feed........................110 Flax- Noi 1 N.W.C. .............417% No. 2 C.W...414% No. 3 C.W...389% Condemned..................387% Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg, July 10..-Receipts today at the Union Slock Yards were 750 cattle and 19SS hags. Quotations: Butcher steers, $7.50 to ?14; cows, $4.50 to $11.50; bulls, ?5.oO to 19.50; Oxen, $6 to $10; stockers and feeders $fi.50 to $16; veal calves $S to $16. Sheiv and lambs, $10 to $16.50 Hogs-Selects, $2i.50; heavies, $17.50; sows and stags, $11.50 to $12.50; lights, $14 to $16.25. WE ARE Red Cross jitneys at Vancouver have netted tiuite a large sum during the strike. , this afternoon 'and . evening the red cross drug & book co., ltd. Successors to 3ackson & Co. Telephones-555 and 12*32 Sherlock-Building Superior Supply Co. mining, building and railway supplies and equipment emerson farm implements SECOND AVENUE AND THIRTEENTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE Why We Must Fight Graphically Pictured in AMBASSADOR GERARD'S Authorised version of "My Four Years in Germany" . Produced by. Mark JI. Dinten-fass and H. JI. Warner. Directed by William Nigh. Sdenario by Chas. A. Logue. * SHOWING AT THE EMPRESS Four Days, Starting Monday Next S Pocket Wallets for carrying Registration Certificates (Morocco Leather) arrived today. SOc The supply^is limited. J. D. Higinbolhim & Co - Limited - "Albertft's Planter Drugglttsr. Wholesale and Retail Chemists rr^LEPHONE No. S2a CITY AND DISTRICT Macleod Registration. A total of l.'l.lOS males and 8,973 females registered! in Macleod. Found Birth Certificate. The birth certifiL-a:e of Clarence J. Kimball has been found by the city police and can be obtained by the owner at the police station. K. of P. Tonight. ^ The regular meeting of (ho Leth-bridge lodge No. 2 K. of P. will be held tonight at S:30. Installation of officers. Members requested to be present. Visitors welcome. Results Tag Day. The Next-of-Kin tag day was very l-iiuccessful. A total of $290.14 was collected of which $15 is deducted for expenses, and $137.fiO is donated to the Sailors' Fund. Tho balance goes to the Next-of-KIn. Gospel Hall Meeting. Regular midweek meeting in the North Lethbridge, Gospel Hall tomorrow night at eight o'clock. Subject, continued from last week, "Daniel's 70th Wpek." The events on the earth will be considered. Questions invited. Everybody welcome. won't hurt a Valsparred Kitchai We have been appointed sole agents for Lethbridge and vicinity for the colebrateJl line of Valspar Varnishes and Enamels. Bear this In mind when you want tho best. -I , . Consumers Hardware Co. PHONE 1212 120 fifth street s. or. Jlr. Longwortlu..received a bad gash under the eye, while tho tel-riflc report ol\ tho explosion affected his hoaring. It was thought at' first that he would lose the use of his ears, but he is recovering his hearing and no permanent trouble is expected. Orangemen's Day. Friday is Orangemen's Day tho world over. 3'here/Wlll bo no "walk" here however. Bow Island is the nearest place whore there will be celebration. The lo6al D.O.B.A. are arranging to attend, and to make the trip by automobile. Anyone wishing to attend who wants particulars as to tho arrangements made for the local delegation should telephone 1S70. For Invalid Sordiers. All persons having magazines and periodicals to contribute to the soldier boys invalided at the Frank Sanitarium, are requested to call up the ilerald, phone 1252 or 1224, giving their names and addresses. On Frl day morning the Boy Scouts 'will call for tho same. Kindly bear in mind that only thfe late periodicals are required as all previous numbers have been re-celvod by the boys. ply tho staff to^look after,tho llttla ones. ' Returned Men. J. Davenport, W. Thomas and X) Risk, who have been overseas with the Canadian army, returned home yesterday. Pte. Risk recently lost his wife, and he is hom6"on leave to look after domestic affairs. Pte. J. Pres-cott also returned, stopping oft at hi.s home in Bu^dett. On Victory Loan. Word has been received 'from G. R. Marnoch, who has been in Ottawa on matters connected with Canada's next Victory Loan stating that ho will arrive homo on Saturday or Sunday and thereafter he will devote himself to the work of organizing for the loan campaign. Sues Coal Co. Action has been entered in tho Supremo Court here by H. Ostlund for A. Garbonia who is suing the Western Commercial Coal Co. of Wayne for $10,000 damages. The suit is based on the loss of Garbonia's right eye, due, it is claimed, to the fact that the com^ pany did not supply the plalntKt miner with the proper tools for his work. Nursery at Stampede. Mothers with small children will he able to visit the bfg fair and stampede this year without worry. Arrangements have been made by the Rotary Club for a children's day nursery, which will be in charge of a trained nurse. Tho club has 'Doen fortunate enough to secure the aid of the Girls' Auxiliary of thoI.O.D.E. who will sup- BUBDEtT ' (From Tho Ti^mes'.) >� Messrs. Hardle and Klentsche, thOs well-known local well-drillers, havo just recorded another success at the farm of W. Andrews, where on Saturday last a good flow of water was obtained at a depth of QSD feet averaging ten barrels per. Narcess Mamol passed away at his home, nine miles south of Burdott, on Juno 11th. Although his health had been falling for the past two years his death has been a sad blow to his w'lfe and family. Bom in St. Elols, Quebec, Juno Ist, l.SaO, ho moved to Hamel, Minn., with his folks in 1859. In 18G8 he married Cellna LaBolle, whose union has been blessed with twelve ch'ildren, ten of whom are living and were present at' the funei'al. In 1884 ho moved to Grand Forks, N.D., where he engaged in farming, and In 1900 he moved farther west with his family to Mathass, where opportunities were more plentiful and he could see his growihg children more properly settled. As the years rolled by and the country became more settled up in 1908, ho moved to Alberta, accompanied by five of his children, drriving nt Bur-dett on Juno 11th, ten years to tho exact date of his death. / Sir Clive Phillips-WoUoy died suddenly at. his home in Somenos, B.C. The Twentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP." DROP IN ' 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 To Take Charge. M. E. Black,' a returned soldier who has been a member of the assessor's staff at the city offices for some time is leaving the employ of the city to take a position at Kester's clothing store. It is expected that Mr. Black will take charge of tho store as Mr. Keator will leave shortly on active service. Affected Hearing Thos. Longworth, who has charge of the mine rescue station at No. G ] and who was badly hurt in the first of July exnlosion at the mine rescue contests, fs around again and it is expected that he will coraplololy recov- The National Portable Typewriter SUCCESSOR TO THE PEN Two colored ribbon, back spacer^ tabulator, weight 12 lbs,, includ* Ing case for carrying. Price $58.50 EVERALL & FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS FOURTH AVE. AND FIFTH ST. S. PHONE 1107 Southern Alberta Amalgamated Fair and Stamped^ to SILVER CU Presented by R. A. Wright^ Jeweller, Lethbridge for Grand District Cka In order to stimulate and encourage competition between local exhibitors from various districts surrbunding the city it has been decided this year to offer a district championship. The championship la to bo a>varded on the following table of points. The ex-hi)5itor getting tho most points to be awarded the championship, the secomt largest number of points to bo second and tho third largest third. ExhibltorB having won promiums In the various regular classes will be given Horse Classea...................... Cattle Classes ,...............'....... Sheep and Swine................... Poultry............................. Grains and Qrasses .............js..-. Roots and Vegetables ...........V.. Dressed Meats and Poultry.......... Qomesttc Products.................. NO ENTRANCE FEE IS REQUIRED.^ ChamiJonshlp award will bo a Silver Cup and �10.00 Cash; second third, ?5,00: ,^ , Championship will not bo awarded unless exhibitor has at least 80 points; second will not be awarded for a score of loss than 50 pointsthird Will not ' ba awardbd tor o score of less than 25 points. points: 4(h 1st 2nd 3rd Prise. Prlie Prize PriM Points Points Points 10' PplllU 30 20 6 30 20 10 6 20 10 . S  4 2 30 20 10 �, ' 4 2 4 2 4 2 '1 ;