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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOnOHEIMER PIANOS K0I80N PHONOGRAPHS AS8INIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" SIB 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE-i#AILY HEimLD "WANT" ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS They are all Here DUCKS, CHICKENS, VEAL, LAMB, BEEF, PORK, MUTTON. Direct From the Farm to Your Table. DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 "OFFICE SUPPLIES" BLANK BOOKS, FILES, BINDING CASES, LEGAL FORMS, TYPE-WRITER >APER, TYPEWRITER CARBON, RIBBONS, ETC., ETC. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. ^Sl^i^ Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 FOLKS' (From Our .Own CorresponcJenti Magrath, July 17.-The old folks' eummer outiag will take place here in The Grove Wednesday. July 31st. All people residing in this district 60 years old and better are cordially invited and expected to be present. Also widows, widowers, soldiers' wivos and other invited guests. A committee meeting is called for 5.30 Saturday evening next to complete arrangements for the beet time ever. The continued dry, hot weather is matter of grave anxiety with I'ar-^ iners and stock men. The situation has been relieved eomewhat by the vl.sit of Mr. Tapp to the town Saturday last. Mr. Tapp represented the Department of Agriculture of the, province, and assured theJarmers at a meeting held in the town hall that the government would see to it that hay and grazing would be obtained in the north country where they have had sufficient rain to make range and hay ample. Messrs. P. Drew Clarke and Jamee '31. Watson who applied to- ser^-e In the Royaf'Air Forces.were notified by. phone to appear in Calgary this week. They left Monday. Mr. George Gygl is recuperating on his father's farm, west of town, from Sarcee Camp for'30 days on leave. As a relief from the oppressive heat, a goodly number of Mngrnlhites have hiked to the mountains, rivers and lakes recently,.for fish and pleasure. Messrs. A. F. Geddes, our hardware merchant. Woodger, lumber merchant and Andrew Ramussen, farmer, report a successful trip to Kootenay river last Saturday, with a catch of 30 of the finny tribe, some weighing over two pounds. Xo report as yet from a jolly bunch composed of Messrs. Ira C. Fletcher, E. Pingree Tanner, Merrill Neilson. -Marion Merkley and Burt Harrison, who left early -Monday for Livingston bake. Among the many having gone to Glazier Park .''.rsd Waterton Lakes'^re Jlr. Ab. Shelton and family. Tuesday last; Mr. T. Passey and family, Tuesday last; Mr. and Mrs. .Mattha Phillips and their two little ones; the Jlisses Martha'^nd Ethel Parkinson; Ellen Shafer and -Murrie-'ciifton. with -Mns. -May Cope as chaperon; Mr. and Airs. John Turner and Miss Sadie Mercer, expecting to be gone for two weeks, started Wednesday. Mr. John h. Gibb, Magrath's pioneer shoe and harness merchant stands at the head of a latge family, 10 sons, 7 diiughters and 100 grand and great grand children, nearly all living in this' Sunny Southern .\lberta. They arti having a reunion at Hill Spring on the 20th Init. The eldest eon, Wm. During War Time EVERY PERSON WANTS TO MAKE THEIR MONEY GO JUST AS FAR AS THEY POSSIBLY CAN. BY FOLLOWING THE CROWDS TO THE GOOD COMPANY STORETOUAVILL FIND JUST WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR. QUALITY-PRICE-SERVICE WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW. A FEW EXTRA SPECIALS FOR THE WEEK END Peaches, California Freestones, about 50 cases. While they last, per case.. $1.65 Raspberries, a large shipment expected for Saturday. Per 24 basket case . $3.90 PEACHES, per basket ..................... 50c RASPBERRIES, per ba.iket ................ 17o PLUMS, assorted, per basket ............,.. 85c BARTLETT PEARS, per basket .........>. 65c CHERRIES, to arrive. CELERY, B. C. stock, nice and crisp, per lb. 15c TOMATOES, per tin........................ 22c TOMATOES, per case ................... $5.15 PEAS, Eary June, per tin .\................ 21c SODA BISCUITS, McCormlck's family size, ea. 95c RASPBERRY JAM- > Wagstaffee, 41b. tins, per tin ............. 85c STRAWBERRY ,JAM, Nelson Brand, 4 lb. tin, per tin ........>.......................... 90n ONTARIO CHEESE, per lb. ................ 28c A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF COOKED MEATS FOR THE WARM WEATHER COOKED TONGUE, Sliced, per lb...........65c COOKED CORNED BEEF, Sliced, oer lb..,. 55c ROAST'HAM AND DRESSING, per lb. ..... 62c COOKED HAM, Sliced, per lb............. 60c VEAL LOAF, per lb..........._____......... 33c WE STILL HAVE A FEW OF OUR JULY CATALOGUES. YOURS FOR THE ASI^ING. High-Class yiip ^r\i^r\ i^f\ Xa.h Grocers 1 rllli VftUV/LI 625 WE HAVE THE REPUTATION FOR HANDLING THE BEST DAIRY BUTTER, A FRESH LOT FOR SATURDAY, per lb................. 39c EGGO BAKING POWDER, per tin ........ 23c ROYAL YEAST CAKES, per pkt............ 5c PALTrt OLIVE SOAP.^ cake .............11c SYRUP, Crown Brand, per.gallon ..........$1.05 WHITE NAVY BEANS, finest on the market. In 10 lb. lots, per lb...............-----V... 15'/iC PUFFED RICE, per pkg................... 14c A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FRUIT SEALERS FOR PRESERVING IMPROVED CROWN, pints, per dozen----$1.15 Quarts, per dozen ..................... $1.25- Half Gallons,- per dozen . ........ $1.70 PERFECT SEAL, pints, per dozen ........ $1.20 Quart's, per dozen ...................... $1.35 Half Gallons, per dozen ................ $1.93 GREEN ONIONS, RADISHES, LETTUCE, NEW POTATOES, GREEN PEAS, NEW CARROTS AND TURNIPS IN STOCK AT LOWEST MARKET PRICES. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER-8^999 Metal Work To Order I Cornices in tin or galvanized Iron;' eaves, gutters slryllghts, roots, ceilings, walla, floors. We'll build you anything in tin or sheet metal from a tin horn to a corrugated iron warehouse. A5k for our estimate on that �ext job. Our work stands the - .-test of time. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co, I^EAR STAFFORD BLOCK tETHBRIDQE. AL.^^' Superior Supply Co. MINING, BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS SECOND AVENUE ANDTHIRTEENTH STREET, LeTHBRIOGE Henry, went overseas with the 113th Uatt."; R. G. Is now doing his bit in France, having served as a heavy artilleryman for over a year without leave. The quarterly conferences of Alberta and Taylor Stakes will be held respectively: .\lberta .\ugust 3rd and nth at Cardston; Taylor, August 10th and 11th. at Raymond. Representatives of the general authorities of the church are expected to be in attendance, also -Air. -N'elphl Anderson, an able exponent of church history and genealogical work who will take up class work for those interested along these ^ lines during his stay of two weeks. MARKETS : WINNIPEG MARKETS, Oats- Open Close July ;...................91-'>i " 91'.^ October.................84 82% Flax- July ...................429 437% October ...............426 432% CASH PRICES. Oats-No. 2 C.W...91- ~No. 3 C.W...S8M: Extra 1 Feed...................88% No. 1 Feed, 85% No. 2 Feed, S2% Track ..........................90% Barley- No. 3 C. W.....................135 Rejected and Feed ____-r.......125 Flax-No. 1 N.W.C.................347% No. 2 C. W...................334% BORN. TUSON-To Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Tuson, 612 15th St. S., on July 18th. a son. , 185-1 ANNOUNCEMENT. A dance will be held in Burgmann's hall, 13th Street, North, every Saturday night. Two piece orchestra In attendance. R. Burgmann In charge. Gents 75c. Ladles free. 185-1, \--- Grant Hall Coming Grant Hall, vice-president in charge of western lines of the C. P. R. is in Medicine ^Hat today and will visit Lethbrldge for a couple of hours tomorrow afternoon. Picnic Specialties Paper Plates 10c a dozen Sanitary Cups 10c a pkkage Napldtiii 15c a package Picnicus Sets $1.00 ^ach THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK COJ; LTD. Successors to J;(9^(on & Co. Telephones SSS-'srid 1232 Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT stampede Week The Stampede Week .attractions *at the Majestic will be the delightful comedy "Peg 0' My Heart" for Tuesday and Wednesu.iy, and the Famous Bostonians in Jlusical Comedy for' Thursday, Friday and Saturday. To Hold Cardston Train . On Wednesday next. Pioneer and Sister Cities Day at the fair, the C. P. R. will hold the Cardston regular train on its return trip till 11 o'clock p.m. to allow the big crowd expected from the south' to return after the evening program. For Red Cross ^The Hon. Treas. of the Red Cross Society acknowledges with thanks, donation from United Church Aid, Tomorrow CHICKENS; LAMB, \ VEAL, \ BEEF, PORK, MUTTON. ALL THE VERY BEST AND FRESH KILLED. R. Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market A Night of Comfort A night of comfort Is always assured "where HIGINBOTHAM'S ^ "BUG FINISH" IS USED Has a pleasant odor. Will not stain. Not inflammable. As a disinfectant It has no equal. Kills Instantly Bed Bugs, Cockroacjies, Water Bugs, Pleas, Ants, Moths and Insects of every ^' description. 35c and 60c FOR HOTEL USE IN HaU GaUons .... $1.75 Gallons^....... $3.50 1 D. HiginbolhaiB & Co . Liiiiit�d -- The y^^t Alberta'* Ploncar OrugglataP Whelasal* and Ret^l Chamlat* Phones 1515 and 3122 Lawn Hose ers I Lawn Mowers Lawn ^/ Wheel Barrows Everything for the Lawn and Garden. C ah s li m e r s H a r dware and Supply Company s Lethbrldge, |10; anonymous, through the rtiall, $1; Sorosis Society per Mrs Graspey, ?20; Ladles' Aid of New Dayton, tag day, etc., per Mrs. Reeve Cor. Sec, ?185.07. - , Cannot' Be Published A letter was received^toiay by the-Horald from a fraber corr^pondent for publication, regarding tM school board situation there. As -flhe letter bore no signature whatever, yie Herald cannot publish it. Th^ Herald hns repeatedly stated that no letter would be accepted for pwMicatlon which did not be^r the sigiiuture Dt the writer, tho signature to be mib-lished .along with tho letter. The letter from Taber was slgn�xj. merely "Ratepayer." , / GRASffV LAKE RED CROSS REPORT FOR JUNE. f' . -- \ Grassy Lake, July 18.-During the month the following, articles of sewing were completed and forwarded to Calgary for the Red Cross, the work being done by the ladles named: Mr*. C. E. Plow, twelve surgical- gawns; Mrs. McNabb, 10 T bandages and 2 pair socks; Mrs. Fletcher' Johnson,' 2 surgical gowns tind 2 pyjama suits; VACATION TIME Spend your Idle hours in touch with nature. In mountain, valley; on hill and by stream. BOOKS OF THE RIGHT SORT p'ortrayrtrie best In life, enveloped midst tho choicest spots of earth. ', "Xhe Twentieth Century Book Store : IS DISTINCTLY "BOOKISH" \ ' �. M4 FOURTH yiVENUS PHONE^613 . v'------ z Office Stationery and Equipment '/rypewrlterj, � Adding Machines, 'dwice Furniture, Loose Leaf Systems, Synoptic Cash Books, vstock Cei-tlflcater and Seala. WE SUPPLY EVERYTHING YOU MAY NEED EVERALL & FRANKS � OFFICE OUTFITTERS 8INN0TJ BLOCK COR. 4TH AVE. & 5TH ST. 8. , J*>8t Four more Days^nd the Big Event will be here The Big Amalgamated Fair and Stampede JULY 22 - to - 27 INCLUSIVE THE BIGGEST AHRACTIONS EVER AHEMPTED IN WESTERN CANADA. 1 NOT A MINUTE'S LOST TIME. IT WILL BE HARD TO CdNCEIVE HOW HORSES AND' CAHLE CAN BE HANDLED SO QUICKLY. SEE THE RANGE COWBOY-^THE REAL COWBOY. THEY WILL BE HERE FROM AS FAR SOUTH AS TEXAS, AND ABOVE ALL, DON'T GET EXCITED OR NERVOUS, FOR WHAT THESE BOYS WILL DO \% JUST EVERYDAY LIFE FOR THEM. SEE KATHERINE STINSON, THE GIRL AVIATOR. ^ GENERAL ADMISSION Afternoons .... 50c Evenings____25c Children Under 12, Free Band Morning, Afternoon ^d Evening. -Phont^ 328 if You Have a Cot to Rent. Ad. Day, Arena Director , W. McC. Moore, Manager Mrs. Henry, 2 pyjama suits; Mrs. Mc Dougall, 2 pyjama suits; Mrs. G. Plow, 20 pillow cases; Mrs. Wra. LloWelyn, 10 pillow cases and,2 pyjama suits; Mrs. Pevorelle, 10 pillow cases; Mrs. McKay, 2 pyjama suits; Mrs. McNov-In. 10 pillow cases; Mrs. McComb, 2 pyjama suits; Miss B. GIbaon, 10 T bandages and 3 pair operation socks; Mrs. Miller, 10 T bandages; Mrs. GwU-11am, 10 pairs operation socks; Mrs. J. Llewelyn ten pillow cases; Mrs. Oddie, 2 pyjama suits; Mrs. Ruckort, 2 pyjama suits; Mrs. Snowdon, 1 pyjama suit; Mrs. Larson,. 12 wringerb and. 20 T bandages; Mrs. Logan, ono pyjama suit;/Mrs. L. Raisbeck, 16 P. ., P. bags and 30 T bandages; Mrs. W. Ledgerwood, 3 pyjama suits; Mrs. Bl-linsoh,' 1 pair socks; Mrs. Wattum, 1 pair socks; Mrs. Petrlo, 1 pair sock?. Total number of articleti shipped Including work made at Red Cross sewing room, 275. A dance was also held at which a quilt made and donated by Mrs. Gibson was drawn tor, proceeds of dance and nullt amounting to $72.75. A tag day was held on the 22nd of June, proceeds of which amounted to $62.65. C. H. BLAIR, -1.1 Acting -Treas. � G. L. Red Cross Society. a] W..-.^^^^....... 847539 03 ;