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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOnOHEIMER PIANOS KOISON PHONOGRAPHS A8SINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everythlno Musical" S15 �th Street South Phone 1645 LETHBRIDGltf)MLY HERALD "WANT" ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS We Want to Tell You Again About the ExceUence of Our COOKED MEATS WE HAVE EVERY VARIETY, ALL OUR OWN MAKE-JELLIED TONGUE, ROAST PORK, VEAL LOAP, - HEAD CHEESE, POKI^ Pie5>,  COOKED HAM, CORN BEEF. THEY'RE ALL MADE FROM CHOICE FRESH KILLED MEATS. DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Women Who Know Say That Penslar Vanishing Cream Js the ideal choice because it is soothing, trngrnnt and a splendid cleanser. It leaves the skin smooth and satiny; and protects It from sun and dust. If you want a disappearing cream that will please you in everj* particular Penslar VanlshinR Cream will afford you a superior preparation. Sold In two sizes, 25 cents and 50 cents. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 200 STRIKE. Quebec, July 26.-Some 200 men belonging to the International Union of Shipbuilders went on strike today at the Davis Shipyards at Lauzon, Levis. They vrant the recognition of their .union at the yards, but more particularly they want the company to reinstate 17 of their fellow members of the union, who were discharged yesterday. For Tomorrow SPRING LAMB FOWL MUTTON BEEF VEAL PORK all choice and fresh killed. R. Coultry Phone 492 .The Alberta Meat Market STRIKERS CONTINUE TO DEFY THE GOVT. London, July 26.-The decision of the conference of members of the engineering and allied trades at Leeds yeeterday when it was voted to cease work next Tuesday if the' embargo on skilled workers -was not removed, was carried by a very narrow majority after heated discussions. The action of the conference at which delegates representing 300,000 workers were present, amount! to defiance of the government's announcement that It will revoke the certificates of workers which exempt them from military duty. A large number of men throughout the country are against the strike and earnestly hope for a settlement before the threat is executed on Tuesday. MAXIM GORKY DYING.  Stockholm, July 26.-Maxim Gorky, the Russian novelist and revolutionary propagandist, is dying, says a message from Helslngfors today. Metal Work To Order Cornices in tin or galvanized Iron; eaves, gutters, skylights, roofs, ceilings, walla, Iloors. We'll build you anything in tin or sheet metal from-a tin horn to a corrugated Iron warehouse. Ask tor our estimate on that next Job. Our work stands the _ .__test of time. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LRTHBRIDQI. ALBERTA Superior Supply Co. MINING, BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPUES AND EQUIPMENT EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS 9EC0ND AVENUE AND THIRTEENTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE By Leaps and Bounds . Our business has been incrnnsing since golnB on a Cash Basis. The eliminating of Bad Debts, Dollv-or>' Costs and Collection Costa has enabled us to connidorably"'reduce our Prices. That Is the reason. To us it is ft pleasure, to know that we are ablo to offer you Quality Goods at lower prices. With our turnover increasing, we aro able to buy in lar^o quantities, and keep the prices within reach of all our customers. We carry a largo stock. We have the Quality and the Prices aro right. WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW. TkE FOLLOWING IS A FEW RED RASPOERRIES, per 24 basket crate $3,813 RED RASPBERRIES, pep basket............ 17c PEACHES, by the case, while they last, per case .................................... S1.15 PEARS, by the case.......................$3.65 PEARS, per basket ......................... 80c APPLES, new stock. Yellow Transparent, per pound ................................... 10c ONTARIO BLUEBERRIES, the first shipment^ arrived tod.iy, per lb...................... 2Sc BLACK CURRANTS, per 24 basket crate .. $3.75 BLACK CURRANTS, per basket ........... 16c B. C. CELERY, per lb...................... 13c CABBAGE, new stock, solid heads, per lb, ... 7c CARROTS, new sWck, per lb................6c BEETS, per lb.............................. 5c TURNIPS, per lb............................ 4c OF OUR WEEK END PRICES. CHEESE, per lb. .......................... 28o EXCELSIOR DATES, per package .......... 18c RASPBERRY JAM, Wagstaff, 4 lb. tins, per tin ...................................... 8Bc SODAS, North Weit, family size, per pkg.....32c SODAS, McCormicka, large package, per pkg.. 95c LENNOX SOAP, pep cSke................... 6c SOAP, any of the following: Gold, Ivory, White Naptha, Sunlight, Goblin and Lifelong, cake 7o PALM OLIVE SOAP, per cake .............. 11c A FINE ASSORTMENT OF COOKED MEATS ROAST HAM AND DRESSING, sliced, per lb. 62c BOILED HAM, sliced, per lb................60c OX TONGOE, sliced, per lb..................65c CORNED BEEF, per lb.................... 55c LUNCH LOAF, pa^ lb..................... 36c THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers canada food board license number 8-590 Phone 525 MARKETS Winnipeg, July 26.-The local cash market continued today without any new feature. The volume of business was very small with practically no offerings of oats, barley or flax and an indifferent demand tor these cereals. 0at6 closed %c higher for July and October and Vtc higher for December. , Flax closed 9c higher for July and ! 6M;C higher for October. WINNIPEG MArtKETS. Oats- Open Close July ...................89% October ................Sl'/i 82% December ............ITS "4 ITSVi Fla.\- July ..................439 439 October ...............43u 444 CASH PRICES. Oats-No. 2 C.W...S9a4 ^'o. 3 C.W...SG% Extra 1 Feed .................S(i% No. 1 Feed, SS'i No. 2 Feed, 80% Flax-No. 1 N. W. C.................449 No. 2 C. W...................446 CALGARY LIVESTOCK. Calgary, July 26.-Recelpta were heavier today at the stockyards, there THE LETHBRIDQE ROTARY CLUB EXTEND TO' THOSE HAVING CHILDREN AT FAIR GROUNDS AN INVITATION TO MAKE USE OF tHE DAY NURSERY AND EMERGENCY HOPSITAL, SITUATED UNDER THE MAi'n � GRANDSTAND. QUALIFIED NURSES IN ATTENDANCE. I 1 B. Hisiabotkam & Co "Alb�rtii'a Planter DruaitiW* Wholtsala and Ratal! Chamlatab Phones 1515 and 322 Stampede Visitors WELCOME TO LETHBRIDGE Come in and see us while in the city. You will find our stock is very complete, our prices reasonable, and our service will please you. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. . Successors to Jackson & Co. .Te|ephone8t'^s5s and 1232 CheVloikS Building CITY AND DISTRICT Funeral of Mr. SIddons The funeral of the late Mr. SIddons will take place tomorrow afternoon at 1.30 from Fetterly's parlors to the Anglican cemetery. Rev. C. E. Snow oftlclaling, Death of New Dayton Man YGstenlay, July 25, the death took ^lac^ of Abram Warren I.ockmau. of New Dayton, aged SI years, 28 days. TUe funeral will take place at New Dayton in charge of iMr. T. S. Fetter- Call for Rent Those renting their rooms through the Major Jack Ross chapter I. O. D. E., please call at the Stampede office in Gait Gardens between 1 and 5 o'clock Monday afternoon or between 7 and 9 Monday evening and receive the rent due them. Kindly give this Immediate attention as the office will be closed altogether after Monday.  Exemption Board The following cases we/e decided by the military tribunal at Calgary: Allowed until Nov. 1st, A. C. Shelton, Magrath;'W. B. Read, Magrathr A. L. Peterson, Lucky Strike; J. Allen, Magrath; J. J. Stafford, Lethbridge; J. Sidley, Magrath; G. A. Kollor, Warner; E. M. Hellsen, Warner; J. B. AUias, Etzikom; C. F. Davis. Burdett: E. Stamnes. Burdett; J. C. Bolnges-sner. Foremost; E. Wocknitz, aia-grath. CUTLERY IS OUR SPECIALTY We Have upwards of FIFTY STYLES and PAHERNS in POCKET KNIVES of Sheffield and American manufacture. We have SCISSORS of every style and slie; falio Scissors in cases. Wc have RAZORS Imported from' England before the war, cs well the latest atylea and makes of American manufacture, including all the popular safetys such as AUTO STROP, GILLETTE, EVER.READY, and KEEN KUTTER. We have TABLE and DESSERT KNIVES of highent quality Including the new stainless steel. We have CARVING KNIVES and FORKS In pairs at modest prices, also an excellent selection In cases. Many of th6se lines cannot be replaced until after the war. Better buy now If you want the best. We extend to all Stampede Visitors a cordial Invitation to Inspect our new premises. We think we have the finest Hardware Store west of Winnipeg;'let us know what you think of It. You will find cloak-rooms and toilets at your dis^sal; our telephones are at your service, and we shall be glad If you will make this Store your head: quarters.' ' ' INSPECT OUR STOCK. COMPARE OUR PRICES. YOUVVILL NOT BE URGED TO BUY. Consumers Hardwareand Supply Co. PHDNE 1212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH ther Mr. Watson nor Dr. Leech was hurt but Mr. Riley, with Mr. Watflon, was cut about the head and face. The cars aro almost beyond repair. BORN STEELE-To Mr. and. Mrs. J. L. Steele, on July 2Gth, at the Gait hospital, a daughter. being 70 cars in, ten oC fhlch were hogs.. Priced advanced another, 15c todays making llJi'So. There were' some good beef cattle in, some of it going as high as $14 and the rest selling around $13.3(11 There Is a large number of poor Blockers in and the lower grades of these are still hard to racve. Commission men try and got shippers to ;hold back on thte stuff.as far as possible so as not to swamp the market. 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. 131-1 OR.WILKIEIO ViSI! LETHBRIDGE Dr. Wilkie, for 41 years a missionary in India, will be a visitor to the' city next week, the guest of his son, J. B. Wilkie. He will be here from Slonday till Friday. He will address the Rotary club on Monday at 6.30, and a public meeting in Knox church at eight the same evening. ANOTHER AUTO >  � lost his roll Chas. Wiapon, of Retlaw, fell upon hard luck today. Ho came to the Stampede with a roll of $145, and lost it some-whore. He lias no crop, no more money, a sick wife and four children. Anyone who finds this roll should return it to the Herald office and 10 per cent, will go to the tinder. LL Developing and Printing for this week We Have for Your Benefit a 24-Hour Service Let us have your films BEFORE NOON and you can get the best work by noon the next day. STAMPEDE PICTURES WE ARE GETTING THE DAILY STORY ON POST CARDS THESE WILL BE UP TO THE MINUTE PICTURES The HEDLEY DRUG Ca CITY VACATION TIME Spend your idle liours In touch with nature. In mountain, valley, on hill and by stream. BOOKS OF THE RIGHT SORT portray the best In life, enveloped midst the choicest spots ot earth) The Twentieth Century Book Store IS DISTINCTLY "BOOKISH" 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 ? ? ? I li The angling trail from the top of the river hill to Coalhurst seems to bo a hi!odoo for motorists,' doctors especially. Just a few days ago Dr. Connor smashed his big Hudson super-six in a collifiion with Ticknor's grocery wagon, "i'estorday Dr. Leech in hla Oldsmobile eight and J. D. Watson of the Knight-Watson Ranching Co., In a Velle had a head-on collision pn the same road In almost the identical spot, with the result that both cars wore badly smashed. Nei- THE MIMEOGRAPH MAKES 5,000 TYPEWRITTEN LETTERS AN HOUR. A WONDERFUL UHLE MACHINE SEE IT AT THE MAIN BUILDING, EXHIBITION GROUNOll EVERALL & FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS 8INN0TT BLOCK m > COR. 4TH AVE. A BTH.8T. 9.' Tomorrow, Katherine Stinspn Day THE GIRL AVIATOR Flies TOMORROW Afternoon and Evening At Southern Alberta's Big Amalgamated Fair and Stampede MISS STINSON, THE MOST TALKED OF YOUNG GIRL ON THE AMERICAN CON-TINENT. ALL FINALS IN THE STAMPEDE WILL BE RUNOFF. FRIDAY'S RACE PROGRAM-FOUR RACES IN ALL LAST AND BIGGEST PAY OF THE WEEK. A programme replete with thrill* and amusements. Platform attractions. The best midway ever shown at Lethbridge. Every building full of exhibits. Bands in attendance from morning tiU night Admission Prices 50c; Grandstand 50c; Evening Prices 25c; Evening Grandstand 25c ChUdren Under 12 FREE, I ;