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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOnOHEIMER PIANOS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everythlno Muileal" - SIS 6th Street South Phone 1545 "WANt" ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS VERY CHOICE AND FRESH Spring Chicken, Lamb/Veal For Tomorrow 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 I. 0AL1.AS HOTEL SSS^^ Store PHONE 1487 SPEED OF 50 MILES Toronto-Montreal Express Wreck But Only Few Injured m Ottawa, July 12.-While travelling nt some fifty miles an hour, the C. P. K. express from Montreal, due at Toronto at 6.20 o'clock last night, jumped the track near Enterprise, near Smiths Falls, the engine and nine coaches going do'wn the embankment. The engineer, who belongs to the eastern division of the line, jumped and sustained a fractured leg. The fireman, who jumped with the engineer escaped uninjured, but Conductor Bell, of Toronto, it was reported, had sustained injuries about the face and arms. A special train was made up at Trenton apd sent to the scene of the wreck to bring the passengers to Toronto. Others suffered minor injuries. The special train from the scene of the wreck reached Toronto at 1.40 o'clock this morning. It was crowded with passengers for Ontario and Western points. Filty passengers for Western Canada were provided with hotel accommodation at the 'Walker House, and I the Carlsrite Hotel. I Funeral of Taber Girl The funeral of Henrietta Gardner of Taber will-take place tomorrow afternoon at I.SO from the residence of Mrs. Graham, 1303 5th Ave. North, and proceed to the United church where services will be conducted by Rev. E. J. Hodgins. Interment will take place in the public cemetery. Inquiries will be answered by T. S. Fet-terly. ,I1 THE LOW COST OF UVlNp Is what people call it since trading h�re unaeT OUR NEW CASH SYSTEM. Certainly by eltminaUns bad debts, delivery and collection costs wo i^e able to make a cdtiald^rablc saving over the former pric es and wo have done so. People are reaUzIng'tbat^it pays to p�y cash. -- ' WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW By coming early on Saturdays you not only get FRESH STRAWBERRIES. A shipment expected tomorrow which will likely be the l|i�t. Today's price, per backet....................... 16c Per case...........................S'-SO Lowest market price each day. FRESH RASPBERRIES. These are now In extra fine shape and the seaton will not be long. Today's price, per basket ...................22c Per case ............................... $5.00 ROYA^ ANN CHERRIES .An extra fine lot from B. C. 4 baskets to the crate, per crate -----$2.90 This Is an exceptionally low prfce for such fine fruit as these are. BLACK CURRANTS, per basket............ 20c Per case ............................�. S^.SS RED CURRANTS, small baskets............ 16c- Per crate............................. $3.23 Large baskets......'................... SOc. Per case .j.............................' 93.00 GOOSEBERRIES, small baskets............ 15c Per crate..............;..............� $3.2S Large baskets.......................... 65c Per c�ate.........................$2.50 BING CHERRIES. Almost over with. We expect a tew in tomorrow. DAIRY BUTTER, fresh churned, lb.......... 37c ONTARIO CHEESE, finest quality, lb.......23c WAGSTAFFES RASPBERRY JAM, 4 lb. palls SSc High-Class Cash Grocers fliat choico of everything but you avoid the nfah-later in the day. CANNED TOMATOES, �(\ the best solid packs. Per tin----/......................----- 22o Per ease..................S5.15 WHITE NAVY BEANS, the KottnashI kind. Noth-ina better grown. Cooir up nice and sweet. Per pound....................................ISc CORN SYRUP, Edwapdsburg, 10 lb. palls.. S1.05 ULY WHITE SYRUP, 10 lb. palta........S1.18 BAKING POWDER. Eggo, 12 oi. tins ...... 23c CANNED PEACHES, Hygiene brand,' per tin 17c PICKLES, 6all|)n""Jar"s, sour mixed ........$1.50 PICKLES, Gallon Jars; sweet mixed ;......$1.75 PICKLES, Dills, Gallon~3^rs .t. .V:.. ... $1.45 MILK, Carnation Brand baby size, per tin ... So SOAP, Lennox or Royal Crown, percake ... 5c SOAP, Sunlight, Gold, White* Naptha or White Ivory, per cake........................... 7c PEARLINE, 20 or packets.................. lOo' PEARLINE, 60 oz. oaekets................'. 24c COW BRAND BAKING SODA, ner lb.......8c ROYAL YEAST, per pacVae.............. So- LIQUID VENEER, small bottles............20c LIQUID VENEER, 12 oz.'Bottles............4Qe BLUING, Keen's, per package .............. 7.o RECKITTS', per package ................4c O'CEOAR POLISH, small size ..............20c O'CEDAR POLISH, 12 oz. bottles .......... 40o THE GOOD CO. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-599 CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER S-S9I. Phoni 525 SILKSTONE FLAT WALL COLOURS 2^ Cohering-not a Wall-Paper --a pertnaneint, hard-turface colou^ihgthatbecomeswhenappHeiL a part of the wall Itself. It cannot tear or cottit loose. Its surface is '^^ soft, pleasing, inviting:-cosy as the .richest wall-paper-yet it is germ* proof-neMs only pure soap and water to be washed clean>as new. Made incolours, . �� � V , -  Consumers Hai'dwars Co. PHONE 1212 120 FIFTH STREET 8. 21 IN MEMORIAM , In loving memory of our dear son and brother. Private John Cunningham, li4th R. S. P., who was killed in action at the Dardanelles, 12th of July, 1915, aged 34 years. % "Killed in action," I dread the words. Yet stay one moment and see If into this tragic sorrow, ' One "glimmer of light there be. He died in the midst of his duty. Young, beautiful and brave;. Like Christ, he thought first of others,. And himself he could not save. To memory ever dear. . Inserted by his father, mother, brothers and sisters. 179-1 Metal Work To Order Cornices In tin or galvanized Iroa; eaves, gutters ^slrylights, roofs, ceilings, walla, floors. We'll build you anythlnR in tin or sheet metal from a tin hcfrn to a corrugated Iron warehouse. Ask for our estimate on that lezt Job. Our ,work stands the :est ot time. ' The Dixon Sheet Metal Co REAR STAFFORD BLOCK___ LETHBRIDQK. ALBERTA* Superior Siipply Co. MINING, BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS SECOND AVENUE AND THIRTEENTH STREET. LETHBRIDGE MARKETS WINNIPEG MARKETS, Oats- Open Close July ...................90 SO--i October................84 82% Flax-July ...................41S October...............445% 422% CASH PRICES, ^Oats - No. 2 C.W...S9% -No. 3 C.\V...S6%1 Extra 1 Feed................. .86?+ I No. 1 Feed, ^Sr* -o. 2 FeSd, 83% Barley-No. 3 C.\V.. 125 -No. 4 O.W., 120 Rejected ..................114 Feed ..........................U3 Flax-No. 2 N.W.C.................424V-i No.-2 C.W., 421% No. 3 C.W., 396% | The prolonget"^ intense hot spell hai produced M number of uncomfortable conditions In both young and old. For scalding, between' and under the toes, etc., chafing or irritations, a singi* application ZINCOLA invariably afford* initanlf relief. Dust liberally with Talcum Powder after applying. Unequalled for Eeze.ma. 50c 1 D. Hisiobolhm & Co "Albarlk't Plonttr DpugsltM* WholtMla and Retail r.hamiat& [TILSPHONf No. US Fruit Jar Rings, pints and quarts. . , Spices, all flavors. Parawax, 19.J4 CITY AND DISTRICT Eor Red Cross The Hon. Treas. Red Cross Society acltnowlodges with thanks/donation ot $64.00 from the.Liliie Vi^w Red Cross Society, Warner. ( ---Ships Cattle � I A. M. Steed of Stirling' Is shipping 30 carloads of .cattle from his ranch today to the north for summer pasture in order to save his home ranch for winter feeding. THE RED CitOSS DRUG & BOOK to.. LTD. Sueeeitor^tp J^ckien A Cow Telephones 5SS and 1232 Sherlock Building Her Father Dead Mrs. V/. McC. Moore, received vord yesterday ot the death ot her father. Col. J. M. Crane of Halifax, N. S. Mrs. Moore is the only daughter. There a^e two sons.  Committed For Trial , Pete PaulenkOi charged with assaulting Pearl McDonald in n house on 3rd Avenue; doing serious bodily harm, was committed for trial in the city police court by Magistrate Irwin and will come up for trial at the fall sittings of the Supreme,Court. Pte. Steeple in Hospital Pte. J. Steeple who went overseas with the 113th battalion going to France with the Forestry Imttalion, arrived in Canada on April 21 and is now in the general hospital in Calgary, having been turned over to the Invalided Soldiers' Commission for treatment. ^ _ Lethbridge, is reported wounded; his next ot kin is Mrs.^ary Hall of New York. Sorgt. Albert Henry /Parsons, of the Infantry, who en11ste(^'at Lotli-bridge, is reported wounded; his next ofkin is his father. Timothy Parsons of Belson Green, Clnderford, Glos., England. Travellers' Meeting A special meeting of the United Commercial Travoilers, Lothbridg^ council, will be iield on Snturday evening in the Lethbridge Merc olUco to arrange for Travellers' Day at the fair and stampede. Every traveller worlc-ing out o� Lethbridge is urged to be present. Exemption Cases The f6llo_wing exemption cases were reviewed at Calgary: Allowed till Nov. 1-P. Cuddihey, Brant; W. C. Haggorty, Vulcan; M. W. Morin, Ensign; G. W. Ohison, Warner; G. H. Thompson, Bow Island; W. H. Grant. Winnifred. F. McAdam of Lethbridge is placed in category E by the medical board of.review. Get* Military Medal Tha Milltcry Medal has been awarded to Bandsman . John Thompson. Royal Irish Rifles, for bravery in the field. He is the second member of the family to gain this decoration, his brother. Corporal Jackson Thompson, winning it. while serving with the Can- adians. Bandsman Thompson Is n brother ot Mr. R. Thompson of tho C. P. R. freight ofllces and ot Mrs. W, Haffern of this city. V ' ANNOUNCEMENT -r-.'v V A dance will be held In BUrgmann'a hnll, 13th Street North,, every Saturday night. Two -piece orchestra In attendance. R, Burgmtini*' in charge. Gents 7oc. Ladies free. � 179-1 Choice Fresh Mled Veal Mutton Chickens For Saturdajr ' R. Coiiltry Phone ^92 The Alberta Meat Market ' CARD OF THANKS Mrs. McLean and family wish to thank the many friends'for their acts of kindness and sympathy- shown. In the loss of her little girl. Greta. Also for the flowers sept. Teachers and pupils of Fleetwood school, broken circle; mother and Bessie, heart; Mrs. Heams and family, spray; Mr. and Mrs. T. Bouck, spray; Mr. and Mrs, Bishop and family, spray,; Ivey Bouck, spray; Mr. Mclntbih, spray; ' Geo. Sam, spray; Mr. and-Mrs. Trelwing, spray; David and Arnold Calder, spray; Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Harding, spray; Miss Violet .Neve, spray; Lyle and Lloyd Bouck, spray. * BIRTHS VINEY-On Jnly^llth, to Mr. wid Mrs. ViAey, 820 13th St. south, a son. 179-1 Gunper Bardet Wounded \ The family ot Gunner Paul Bardet. living near the Brewery, received word this morning that he has been accidentally wounded in* the face and scalp and is now in hospital. Gunner Bardet went overseas early in the war with the 20th Battery. He was wounded on July 3. Death of Infant Died in .the city, July 11, Steve Szllagyl, aged 3 months, beloved son ot Mr. and Mrs. Joe*Szllagyl, 1003 7th St. North. The funeral in charge ot MacKay and MacKay was held this afternoon from Knox church to the Miners cemetery, 'Rev. W. P. Burns offlclatlng. Casualties'^ Private' Thomas Christie ot the engineers, who was taken " on " the strength at Lethbridge .....in reported wounded. His next of kin is a brother Anthony Christie, Burnshire, Scotland. Private Michael James ^ McHail of the Railway - Troops, who enlisted at The Twentieth Century Bpok Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP." DROP IN 614 FOURTH AVENUE I PHONE ei3 The National Portable Typevrriter SUCCESSOR TO THE PEN I y -,.------- � mmt-m j , ' Two colored ribbon, back'spacer tabulator, weight 12 Xbn.. including case for carrying. � " ,  ' Price $58.50 EVERALL & FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTEPf^ FOURTH AVE. AND FIFTH ST. 8. PHONE 1107 TIME OF Alberta's Big Amalgamated Fair & Stamped^ Openis MONDAY JULY 22 and continues untU SATURDAV ihclu�ve JULY THE GREAT EVENT OF M Greal exhibits by the Returned Veterans Association. The prize Cain you miss seeing the greatesjt auto racers on the American horses, cattle, sheep and swine of Western Canada, labor saving contuient? so ^ ' devices, varied industries, auto shows. Big Sensational Free Can you miss seeing the boys aid iirl^Uo say'Turn'er Loose' . Acts, Band Concerts, Myerhoft a Big Exposition Shows and Joy the higher they jump the better Jlily like it Js. Trails; The Lady with the Flyinj Machine soaring ten thousand Of course, you can't niiss all oft^se^eat events. They are aU leet above mother earth. Can ym miss seeing this ? to take place on the finest exhibition grbunils ill Western Canada* SOMETHING DOING EVERY MINUTE TAKE RED UNE CAR MARKED FAIR GROUNDS. BAND IN AHENDANCE AFTERNOON AND EVENING^ Ad. Day, Arena Director W. McC. Moor