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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta I' THE PIANOS OF QUAUiTY Stcinway, NordliGimor. Now Scale Wiliianis. Haiues Bros. Wo Invite yoii to ciir Show Uoom to inspect tlipin. ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. Phone 1543, 315 6th St. S., Lcthbridge. Alta^ LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD 1 HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 0.00 A.M. TO 0.00 P.M. MORE GRAIN FED Beef, Pork and Mutton FRESH KILLED THIS WEEK. HAVE YOU INVESTIGATED How you wimlil fisro if toti woro to do business lioro inulor our NEW CASH OR DEPOSIT PLAN. If lot vou iKivo missed .�ionietlilUK. Thoso who have cnn loll you thai Ihoy aro saving moiiey.. One cus-tonun- IxiiiKhl roods tor �8.!it paid ISo extra for rteltvory and then was $1.17 ahead of Iho old way. That .slionld lie worth while. The seeret lies in KetlinR the ousli. ellnilMnlInK delivery and collection cxiionaea and iucrcasius the turnover. Watch our business g row. t'.it our catalosuf. Watch this space tomorrow. Delany's Meat Co, Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 High-Class Cath Grocer* THE GOOD CO. Two Phones 525andl271 Oh! Money! Money! By ELEANOR H. PORTER Author of ILiviii" Poliyaiin.T." etc.. "The I'.oiiKUice of a .Modern Cinderella uiid a Western Millionaire." A Most Delightful Story Price $1.50 THE KENNY & ALLiN CO., Ltd. el ^t^nS^f^. Store ne.xt dallas hot phone 1487 MARKETS mm FR PROTEST S PASSED HER The council of the hoard of trade, the wholesale and retail fruit men met in the bo.-Jrd of trade this afternoon and passed the loUowing em-phaiic. protest against the proposei^ emliarpo cn iriiit. .\ cop.y is lieiui; eeim to Sir Geo. Foster. Hon. A. L. .Sifton. and Hon. T. .\. t'rerar. al^o to the Tniied farmers and local council o( women for endorsation. "I.ethhridge Hoard of Tr;;de dosire.": to enter cmiihatic proicsi again.st restrictions imports, small fruits, stone fruits and pcarts, jf such restrcltions apply Western t^anada because full supplies of these from outside Canada are the more nece.;sary if Ka.^tern Canada is thrown on its own resources. Su'tish Columbia supplies even in best scasone can meet demand only small pcrceniaRC our requirements. We respectfully submit that error on same lines as canned vcgctablc.5 restriction promulgated last year and abrogatod after great cuniusion had ari.sen was of same undesirable nature, and sam> principle is here involved regardin.t; uiisunderstandicR differences between I-'ast and West. We also respectfully submit that the country is lookln.vt for Ruitlance in matters of food to the Canada Food Board and that the best resiills woui-4e preni-' iuiu over the carrying charges to July for all grades. Offerings light. Cash barley was nnrhangeil. two or tliree buyers are paying a little higher than the bid prices. Cash tln.x also was in better dctnand and a premium of 1 l"2\'0nts was being paid for Xo. 1. Oats closed 7-Sc higher for July. Flax closed 6 7-S cents higher for July. Winnip-;g Markets iER FACTORY A Oats- July .... Flax-July .... Open. S2U ....... oo i Cash Prices Close. 365% V ib Gets- No. 2 C.W.. Extra -Vo. .Vo. 1 feed. Barlev- No. S C.W.. Rejected........ Feed............ Flax--No. 1 N.W.C. . . . . No. 2 C.W.. .;!C238 . S3-s feed . 77Ts .UIO No. 3 C.W.,. No! 2 feed.. SO-s sofs; 74-�: No. 4 Pictures of Home Folks Curry warmth and comfort to the heart of a soldier. make a'n appointment today. .1. N. -Maclcod. inspector under the factory act was in the city tod.iy in-spfcting Industries as to safety of machinery, etc. He finds conditions only (air in most places and has made several recommendation.^ for imniediate ' improvement. This shows the need I of the^actory act and its provisions i in this regard at least. Mrs. .Neil and I .Mrs. Lewis are also here inspecting ! sanitary conditions, j Mr. Macleod has not as yet met the I merdiants and clerks regarding houra ' in the stores, but hopes to do so before I he leaves the citv. C.W...12.-. ............lOS ...........106 ............."�ce-K No. C.W.. .337�s WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK. Winnipeg. June According to a, statement of .1. B. Watson, who is interested in the selling agency here, tho Velio car will not *e affected by,the new order restricting the importation of automobiles valued at over ?1.200 f.o.b. point of mnn'ufacturo. Exemption Appeals The following have been granted exemption until .Nov. 1: 11. Trout, Lethhridge; A. S. Cook. Lcthbridge; W. P. KIncade, Cowley; J. L. Cook. Bow Island; V. K. Bradley. Milk Kiv-er; H. A. McMillan, of Lcthbridge, must go before a local tribunal; H, Soucy, I^ethbridge, was disallowed. Personal Mention A. J. H. Donahoe of Foreinost is a visitor in the city. R. S. Beattie and J. W. Reld of Bow Island arrived in tho city Inst night on business. Major G. H. Hogbin of Calgary is in the city on military business. George M. Thompson is a Calgary visitor today. Beautiful-Sanitary-Durable Keep the whole house looking neat and trim with little effort. A damp mop keeps these rugs looking fresh and bright. They lie flat and smooth without fastening-no curling edgea. The new Art-Rug pattern* which wft now have ready to show you are beautifull You would never guess they cost so little, they're so artistkl Come in and see them; appropriate patterns (or porch, dining-room, living-room, bedroom) ~" CONSUMERS HARDWARE CO 0 We are On Top in the tin and sheet motal business because It has always been our policy to glre -satiafaction in the Quality of work; our promptness in finishing a job; and a price that is fair to our customer as well a.s to us. Keep us in mind when you need anything in our line. Estimates cheerfully givon. ' The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK lethbridge. ALBERTA j We are Selling Agents for the Moline Universal Tractor and can deliver a Tractor Todas% Superior Supply Co. SUBS. CANT MENU CIVIL POPULATION London, Juno 6.-John R. Cllnes, parliamentary secret'ary of tho ministry of food, told the house of commons today that no effort of the German submarines, however .severe, could menace the civil population of Great Britain, lie stated that 457,000 tons ot bacon and ham recently had been Imported from Aiiierica. NEW EVIDENCE OF GERMAN TREACHERY THE YEAR'S ABSOLUTE SENSATION "Tarzan of The Apes" AT THE Empress Tonight and Tomorrow Prices ChUdrenlSc; Adults 3Sc THIS 19 THE ONE FILM TRIUMPH OF THE AGE. Paris. Juno B.-(Via Reuters Limited)--The Petit Parisien records a new niauifestation ot German treachery. In the Domremy region yesterday, says tho newspaper, a British airplane was brought down by a "spad" machine, carrying ft..French cockade. "Tho close range and tlio elevation at which this happened." says the newspaper, "makes it impoauihlo to doubt that it was a case of a German airmen securinK a cheap victory by using undeterred tho emblems ot a machine which bad been capture 1." ANNOUNCETrlENTS CHATAUQUA COMING Tho Chatauqua opens next week at Pincher Creek. Carmangay and Foremost. The Willis piano has boen chosen as the official Instrument for Alberta. 147-5 There will he a meetlns of tho L.O. j B.A. on Thursday at^-7::i0 p.m. in tho Moofie Hall. Space at Exhibition Applications tor space at the forth-coujing fair and stampede arc now bo-ing received. Intending exhibitors should not delay in making their reservations in order to secure the best locations. Phone number of the K.k-hihition offic(j is iVo. ;i28. Reservation can be made by phone or by calling at the offices on top floor of city hall. Cadet Inspection A cadet inspection of all the cadets of this city, both public and high school was hold today by ^L^jor llog. bin of Calgary, who is in the city for that purpose. Sgt. K. P. Stewart is in charge of the cadets. The Senior girls of central school were also inspected. .Miss Cow being the instructor. Brothers Wounded Mrs. Joseph Bullplt utli .-Vvcnuo N., received word that her two brothers were wounded and both met in tho same hospital in France. Joiin Tun-nah was a tew years In Lelhbridgo and wa.s a fireman on the f'.P.R. before enlisting with tho R. A. .M. (.'.; William Tunnah, age 18, Joined tho Scottish Light Infantry in Edinburgh, Scotland, both aro severely wounded. Another brother was kilted in France in August 19U. Mrs. Bullpit"s husband was killed in Franco last Oclob- Calgary. June 0.-At this morning's so.-ision of Calgarr diocesan synod, Ri'v. Canon Mayes, in reporting on rc-ligiou.'i education in public schools, strongly urged in a motion that every school session be. opened with tho repetition of tho Lord's Prayer, and that the ten commandments, the Lords' Prayer and the Lord's Summary of tlio Law bo printed in bold typo and placed in everj" school, tliat an intor-de-norainationnl committee be aiipointed to draw up a graded syllabus of lessons from selections ot tho holy scriptures, which shall be taught as part of the school curriculum; that the leaching of ethics and morals shall be assigned a detiuite place in the school time table. All tho non-conformist bodies will bo asked to co-operate in a request to the Alberta department of education to put these suggestions into effect. Tho motion was accorded by Canon Gale. WAR LOSSES IN 1 Uorn?^ June G.-.\3 bearing upon tho war los.ies ot German families a statement made today to tho Associated Press correspondent by a German wonmn now In Hcruo is interest-Ing. "Twenty-five ot my relatives havo hcon killed, five arc invalids and only two are left unharmed out of thirty-two engaged in the war," said tho woman, whose linsband was killed on the German front near Arras. "My uncle," she continued, "sent seven sons into tho war and six ot them wore killed within .six months." The losses ot the Germans flinco the March offensive began have been terrific, sh6>,added. Card of Thanks ?ilrs. Wm. Taylor and family wisli to tliunk their friends for kindness I � ami sympathy aliown in their late ber-i ' cavement, also for floral tributes. TAN KS WE MAKE THE BEST JN THE COUNTRY. The SASH & DOOR FACTORY Phone 6(S3 CUTWORM APPEARS. Prince Albert, Sask, Juno (;.-Cutworm 'has made its" appearance in .some parts of Ibis district and is doing considerable damage. Tho Alingly district, uorthwest of tho city appears to be one of tho worst sufferers, considerable wheat being damaged. The long spoil of cold, dry wcatlier at the beginning of May soems to have given the cutworm favorable condilions. LIKE A, PfJESENT Purchasing a pjano through the "Factory to Home" plan ot Mason and Rlsch, Limited, is like making yourself a presrnt of the jnlddlonian'.i prof-It. Yon save this added oxpen.ic. An iliustralod liooklet, with full particulars will bt promptly mailed you on recjuest. ' llfl-1 IN MEMORIAM In loving remembrance ot Pte. Hob P. Lackenby of tho 113th Highlanders, who died June Gtb, 1917. Kyer remembered by his loving wife and son, Pte. Joe Lackenby of. the 113th Batt., now oversea.-). We raourn tho dead but they shall wake, The last but they shall be restored; Oh, well our huinan' hearts njight break ' i'.' Without that Snc'rcU Word. Dim oyes l, lieartfl rojolee, Soulng God's hour oCpronilBC. through, At sound of that prophetic Voice, 1 v.Jll make all things now. First drafts of stations were issued by tho Montreal and Hamilton Methodist Conferences. _______ I For Sale CHOICE Turkestan Alfalfa Seed CARLOAD White Banner Oat. The Alberta Meat Market The Oldest Established Moat Market in tho City. PHONE 492 H/^Y PQ'^ SALE CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND. ALFAC FA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW, CAREFUL AT'irENTION JO ALL ORDERS. PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenua SoutK ,Xelephone 732 The Twentieth Century Book Store "EVERVBODV'S BOOK SHOP" DROP IN 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONG 613 The National Portable Typewriter SUCCESSOR TO THE PEN Two colored,ribbon, back spacer, tabulator, weight'-IS lbs., includ- ing case tor carrying. Price $S8.S0 EVERALL & FRANKS PHONE 1107 OFFICE OUTFITTERS FOURTH AVE. AND FIFTH ST, 0. 56 70691385 ;