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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PIANOS OF QUAUiTY Stclnway., Nortllicitiicr, New Scalo Williams, Haines Bros. We" Invito you to our Show lloom to Inspect thoni. ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. Phone 1545, 315 6th St. 6., Lcthbrldge. Alta- LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD] HOTEL WINDSOR eUnOPEAN PLAN MBAUB FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. WHEN YOU WANT Cooked Meats You'll get the best here. We have all varieties this week. Delany's Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Money Saved Means Money Earned That Is what you are able to do under our NEW CASH SYSTEM. You can open a DEPOSIT ACCOUNT if you prefer it to paying cash for every transaction. You can have your goods delivered by paying a slight extra charge and still be money ahead. It will pay you to look into our NEW WAY of doing business. All our goods are guaranteed A 1 quality. Our Grocery (Catalogue is now ready. s 61 �i HIGH CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. Two Phones 525andl271 Oh! Money! Money! By ELEANOR H. PORTER Author of "Just David" "Pollyaiiiia." ou". "The Romance of a TMurtcrii Cln'lercUa ami a Western Millionaire." A Most Delightful Story Price $1.50 THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE J487 Hi * A mcethiB will be held in the Odd fellows' hall tomorrow evening at 7.00 o'clock to arrange the nttondins ot the funeral of the late W. KeiT. \ Prayers for Brother Prayers were said at St. Patrick's yesterday for the brother of Rov. Fath er Cozenet. of whoso death while fight Ing with the French army, word was received last week". -/ Has New Job Ptc. Billy CarnllJ, formerly of Leth-brldge, who has been president ot the Calgary 0. W. V. A. has resigned to become secretary for the labor bureau In, connection with the Returned Soldiers coniuiisslon at Calgary. Beautiful-Sanitary-Durable 7 Keep the wKole house looking neat and trim vrith little effort. A damp mop keeps these rug3 looking fresji and bright. They lie flat and smooth without fattening-no curling edges. The new Art-Rug patterns which we now have ready to show you are beatftifult You would never fcuessthey cost eo little, they're so artistici Come in and see them; appropriate patterns (or porch, dining-room. living>room� bedtoomi CONSUMERS HARDWARE CO Moose Social Loynl Order of iMoose will hold a social on Tuesdaj' evening i)t eight o'clock'in the Moose Hall. In honor ot Brc. J. Drysdale, who Is returning In the front, after being, home on furlough. Jlembers please attend. Visiting members welcome. New Cartoon Service The Herald starts a new cartoon .0,-000,000 worth ot shipping, declared Charles Schwab, government director ot Bhiphuilding, at the annual dinner held here last night ot the American Iron and Steel Institute, "I have had occasion to review sl.tty-flvo or seventy per cent, of the shipbuilding industry and I am in a position to sayjjyit it te progressing finely, more than satisfactorily," declared Mr, Schwab, , STRIKE'SETTLED Albany. N. V.. June 3.-The strike of United Traction Qompany employ-esB, which tled'up street railway Ber-vice in Albany, TrdjL ^atervllet. Green Island, Cozoes ,ftnfl R'ciiii|selaor over Sunday, was settled early today. Cars began running in tlm� to CotkVti' people to work. . Food THE PERFECT FOOD FOR YOUNG CHICKS, DUCKS, GEESE, TURKEYS - There has Veen a great short, age in'this poultry nseessity and we have enly Just rceclvstf our supply which was ordered last ysar. Start the Baby Chicks m it now and watch results. 40c Package THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson & Co, Telephones 565 and 1232 Sherlock Buftding �Tenders for House Tenders are being- colled by the C. P. R. (t&partmcnt ot natural resources for the erection of a house and outbuildings on the administrative farm of the Van Home veterans colony north of Coaldale. The companj;^ has a great deal of land on these farnis broken and several hundred acres under crop this ye'ar. For Red Cross � The hon. trcas. Red Cross society acknowledges with tiianka donation of ?50.00 from U. F.W. A., Masinasin, per ^frs. N. W. Rowley. $1�.00 dona-lion from MatheslH I.,unchcon, per Mrs, Stoltze. ?20.00 donation from .Mathcsis Club, per Miss Dixon, hon trcas. $13.50 proceeds of tea given by Mrs. McCul-hini. Now Dayton, per .Mrs. D. J. Reeve, hon( sec. Latlies' Aid, Xew Dayton. Outside Visitors Visitors from outsido points who spent the week end in tho city in-; elude J. E. Anderson, S. G. Garrick; and Chas. iMcLean of Taber; A. V.) Nash, of Nobleford; T. O, King, of Raymond; L. B, Duncan, of New Day- Rev. Dr. Robert Johnston, of tho' American Presbyterian Church, .Mou-treai, has been, honored with an invitation from the British Foreign Office to go overseas on a special mission. IN MEMORIAN In loving memory' of Private .T. F, 'Beard, 50th Batt., B,E,5;, France, who ' died ot wounds on Jun(S'�;jrd, 1917. "Until the day breaks and the shadows flee away." From his Father, Mother and Sister, Trefz Will Be Here > At the general meeting of the Board of Trado on Tuesday last tho suggestion was made that an effort should Phone 733 0. K. TAILORS AND FURRIERS 817 Third Ave. JOHN I. CHAMBERLAIN Having Opened a Small Busmess Handling Children's Clothing and Small Wares at 1520 6lh Ave. S., and will be pleased to see as many of my friends as will come. C. A. COOKSLEY TANKS WE MAKE THE BEST IN THE COUNTRY The SASH & DOOR FACTORY Phone 663 X Building Permits BulUlng pern\lls tor the month ot Alay amounted to $44,930 as against ?V,97u for the correspondlngv.)RO"th a year ago. Tho total up to the end of May this yrar is $79_348, as against .$34,370 for the saiiie period last year, an incrr-ase of more than.lOO per cent. Among tlTo latest permits to be taken out is one for the iSlllgon Milling Co., for $I,S0O for a garage and one for the I;ethbrldge �Herald' for an extension to lis printing ottice af Vi.m. �Nephew F. W, Oodsal Commander Godsal, y^ho volunteered to take the Vindictive into Ostena harbor and was killed on her deck .after, accompllsljing hiij tasH, as told In th^ thrilling' otflcial; account, 'Is a nepMw ot F. W, OodsaJ, nn qJdftlme lesldent of Alberta, and lale otj-jCoxriey. On March the aSnd, another naphew, flrlirade-MaJor'Godsrfl waa ilUcd'near For Sale CHOICE Turkestan Alfalfa Seed . CARLOAOs White Banner Oats GROWN FROM PURE SEED F.O^HYDE&CO. Phone 1244 LethbHdge A COMPLETE LINE OF CHOICE ARLOW'S EAT. .. ARKET PHONE 796 1110 SIXTH AVE. 3. Fresh Killed Meats FARM LABOR We can supply farmers with experienced help. A numbar of men are on tha ground waiting for work. WIR= OR PHONE The ft^asley EmployryiNit # Agency 110 Fifth 8t, 8. Phone 645 FOR THE WEEK END R.COULTRY the Alberta Meat Market The Oldest Estatjllshcd Meat JIarket In the City. PHONE 492 ' Y FO'^ SALE CARLOADS OR LESS . TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALFAL. FA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL^ ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS. FROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue SoutK Taiephona 732 , 1 i TheTwentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S ^BOOK SHOP" PHONE SIS ROP IN 614 FOURTH AVENUE The National Rprtable Typewriter SUCC^SOR TO THE PEN ^ Two colored ribbon, back spacer, tabulator, welgUt 12 lbs.,lnclud. � ing case for cal'i7lng,' , Price $S8.S0 EV�:RALL & FRANKS ' OFFICE OUTFITTFBS FOURTH AVE, Ar^D FIFTH �T. S. PHONE 1107 ;