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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 12, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NORDHEIMER' PIANOS EDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. "Everything Musical" 315 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGEs HOTEL WINDSOR , EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. SatisiFied Customers Is whnt wc Die having under om NEW CASH OR skeptical about trying nnythiiig tUfterent'from w >:o back to the old way. Unless you havo barrela than we are selling them,tor and in tlipso WAR T We Isavc uliniinatod all uiineceasary expenses micl ami Iiuve taken the price ol' the Kood-f. If yon w charge. Try It, you will gain no mailer hew you D EPOSIT SYSTEM. NiftturoUy. solue people:arc n Itttlo hat ihey havo beott ustjd to but those that do will never of money you cannot atford to pay a^y more for gootls IMES IT WOULD>.BE UNPATRIOTIC even If you had. 1 iiH bail debts, delivery costs, collection charges,' etc., ant fiood^ doHverodWo will do so for n sninll extra rig urn II out. (Jet our Grocery Catalogue. II Is free tor tho asking. A Fine Lot of Choice Dairy Butter, per pound High^ClaJs Cash Grocers THE GOOD C ..... 40c Two ^Phone' 525 and 1271 MARKETS Don't Forget To open our meat account at Dclanys Moat; ^ Co. My frionjs toll nic tliey sell nothing but fresh killed Southern J* Alberta raised meals i i\ i I' ind advise me strongly o got our meats there. Delaney's Meat Co. Winnipeg Market 1 Open. Close. ......... ra% 85% ......... 70 V, ......... ;!T5^4 .......... ;!sn Oats- ,hily .... 0( tobor ['lax - .luly ---- Oitobor Cash Prices Oats - Xo, - C.W... S5ii No. ."v C.W. ,S2% Hxtra .\o. \ Iceii ............... .S:'U No. 1 feed.. 79>:; No. 2 feed.. Tti'i Barley-No. :i c.\v...i2."> No. ^ C.W... 120 Uejocted......................10!t Simple Kodak Pictures of The Folks at Home ^!ake the boys overseas more cheery, and letters .with such pictures are pspecially ivelconie. Let us show vou how easy It is to luake pictures by the Kodak way. THE' KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. ^feffel^^, Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 Feed ('lax-No. 1 N.W.C. . No. 2 C.W...379 ..........105 ..............3S1 No. ;! C.W.. .35:; SERIOUS CASE AGALNST LORD MAYOR SHEFFIELD VULCAN DISTRICT. (From The Advocate.) Kirkcaldy branch of the Red Cro^s Society held a Ued Cross celebration laft Monday eVening and raised $200. The following shipment was made by the Vulcan branch of the fled (.'ross Society on -May .'iuth; 24 suits pyjamaa, 32 sheets. 101 wringers. 11 day shirts. 12 stretcher caps..140 bed j pan covers. S2 flannel binders, Itil Pictures of Home Folks^ Curry warmth and comfort to the heart of a soldier. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY. Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 FEW CARS , . FINEST TIMOTHY hay ( FOR SALE PROMPT SHIPMENT WE CAN SUPPLY No. 1 Turkestan Alfalfa Seed FROM STOCK f.O. HYDE&Co. Phone 1244_LethbrWge towels. 114 pillow cases. 40 slings. loO T bandages, 60 cotton binders. 112 personal property bags, '.i many tailed bandages. ;;0 pair sockti, making a total of 1,07S articles. �� This is tlie largest shipment that has ever been sent out of Vulcan. Fte. Lacey Holister, who has been visiting in Vulcan, left on Friday morning to report for iliuy at Calgary. He was entertained to a supper by a number of friends at the Imperial Hotel before he left. London. June 12.-Sir Joseph Jonas, lord mayor of Sheffield in 1905 and a steel manufacturer, was in Bow Street police court today.on a charge that with various other persons whose names were not known he "did obtain and communicate certain information prejudicial to the interests of the state and information useful to the enemy.and information relating to prohibited places and things therein." Sir Joseph was remanded for a week on bail. The Morning after the Night Before That disagrocalilo tasto which you often experience In tho morning may be caused by overeating, eating at late hours, or a sluggLsh .condition of the livor. No matter what the cause, our solution Citrate Magnesia will quickly sweeten the breath and-cleanse the stomach and bowels without any disagree-able effects. A sparkling pleasant draught. Always fresh. It provides prompt relict tor bilious headache. Price 35c bottle THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Succetsorstb Jackson & Co. -Telephone*; 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Former Resident Francis Nail, a tonpcr LeUibvldgc resident, is in the city from Calgary. Cranbrook Visitor, T. C. PhlUins, formerly .auditor for this division of the C. r, R., Is iu tho cl(y from Crnnbrook. Carnegie Libraries �iThe Board of Trade has a copy of "A Book on Cnruegie Ijihrarlos" which may be' seen there by auyono who wishes to refer to It.' Are GassAl ' Two Fcrnie men. .1. A. llowal and Tho.mas Thomas, of Ferule, are report, nd to'day as having been gassed. Sergl. F. W) Foster, of Pinchcr Creek, is wounded. Propose Change Iti Hour Local churches, are understood, to be cousidofing a proposal to hold the Sunday evt'ning services during the summer at 8 o'clock instead of 7.30 at at present. / Hi Sootier or you will want these articles. .Manufacturers have already ralsfld prices "about 25%.' Ours go up .when kIocU on hund is cleared, aci iiulckly. Electric Irons, highest quality and fully guaranteed. * $4.50 and $6.00 This handy little 120 fifth street ,S. stove in two styles. ^4.50 $6.00 Consumers Hardware Company PHONE 121? For Red Cross The honorary treasurer Red Cross society wishes to acknowledge with i thanks donation of $77.00 from Warner' Auxiliary, per Mrs. Luta Mundy. Also $22.50 from Warner Auxiliary, i)er Mrs. Holrbyd. STEAMERS WERE TORPEDOED. WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal "THE SANITARY-SHOP" An Atlantic Port. June 12.-Crews . of two noutraf Steamships sunk by German submarined, the Norwegian | steaiuers Vindeggen and Ilenrik Lund,; were brought here today by a Danish j steamship. - ' Both .steamers were torpedoed'^ on June 8, the crews reported, twenty-five miles east of Cape Charles. Good "Eats" PREPARED BY THE BEST WHITE tOOKS l,N THE CITY AND NICELY SERVED ALL WHITE HELP YOU WILL FIND OUR MEALS SATISFYING IN EVERY WAY. TheSilverGrili Cor. 41h Ave. & 5th St. : : > ? * # '> |st. KILL-EM-QUICK, GOPHERCIDE, SURE DEATH, POISON GRAIN, ETC., ETC. Riders Her* The first signs of tho coming stampede were noticed this morninp wiien Mike. Hastings and his v;lfe. Khiisc Hastings, arrivPd in the city. Mike was the winner of the Wright Shield at the stampede last year and he is here to win it again this yeai" it possible. Brother Returns .1. T. J. Vallanco; sanitary inspector, received word ,this morning that his brother, Pte. Sid Vallance, formerly with Conybeare, Church*, McArthur and Davidson here, arrived yesterday in Halifax for six iftonths' hospital treatment at Calgary. Pie. Vallance was badly gassed at Passchendaelo. J. D. Higiobolham t Co - Limited - The Alberta's Planter Orugglttt" Wholtssle and Retail Chemlsta. TEL'EPHONE No. 322 Tax Committee Tho committee of citizens \vhich Is to decide whether or not tho ,ta.x sale should be postponed will ui'eet tonight in the mayor's! office at the city hall. There are over 30 members of the committee and a long discussion is looked for. The indications today arc that a postponement for six inonllis will be advised'provided the city will set in motion vigorous machinery for the collection of lax arrears by court proceedings.  \ FOR THIRD TIME. Vauc()uve)>,' June 12.-Bishop Do- We are Selling Agents for the Mbiihe'Universal Tractor and can deUver a Tractor Today, Superior Supply Co. THE ROY ELECTRIC Ijlloctrical Contracting ol all kinds. Agents for � the World Famous Delco Light, Country wiring a specialty. 518 "4th Avenue ' Box'334 Phone 735 Interesting Experiment An intoresting experiment is belnp carried out this year by the Terrlll I Floral Co.. apd the Smith's Farm east ! of the city. Four '.ores ot tomatoes I havo been set out within the past few j days, and the outdoor growing of this j vegetable.wlll be given a thorough tVy- i out. The land on which the experfmenf ; is being made was specially prepared ' and it is Irtigated drouth wllf havo no effect. If conditions are favorable I an enormous crop running Mnto tons may be expected, and if this proves to -�--- -- --- be the case it is not impossible thqt nuu piDiriu BiiptviPn'  "'^ experiment may lead to greater ef- CHILDREN BUHr^tD. j^^^^ i, ^^^^ growing of canning veget- i^-?"'.!:, ^.V.;,.'"!."!.T., I";:!? ^iliLiS^fahl^s m thl.s district, and the future establishment of a canning industry in Winnipeg. June 12.-I")6minioii gov-erniuent ,cfnsus' figures given out today by tho, secretary 'of llie Northwest tii-alK Dealers' Aasooiatlon, estimated tho acreage under crop'in -Manitoba. Saskatchewan and Alberta as follows; ^ Wheat 1F>,526.100,, an iucieuse of 14 per cent.' more'.than lalil year; oata S),13;{,000, Increase, cf ti.7 per cent; barley,-1,955,500. increase of 5.7 per cent.; flax, 1,000,800. Increase ot ten per cent. Tho report continues: "There has been 'without doubt st^r-ious damage to the wheat ^rop in soipe districts by wind and frost, variously estimated at froih ten to fifty per cent, but the probable extent we are unable to approximate." I poncior of llie diocese of'New Wesl-t'miiisler will go to the front for a �third time. Just prior to his last re-1 turn he was made a lieutenant colon-] ol. Ills diocose has consented to his j return to France, which, it is under-I stood is In response to a retiuost inado  by tlie Canadian Anglican Bishop.s. ? ? ? ? \'> electrical storm early this moftiing lightning struck a house twelve liiiles west of here in which were sleeping Arthur Hennesa and. five ot his children. The house w%s set on fire and four of the children were burned to death. ANNOUNCEMENTS Any person wanting good soil for filling In a lawn can get same from us without any charge. TerriU Floral Co. 154-0 Notice i Will be at the leth- bridge hotel, lethbrjoge on . Thursday, and Friday, June 14th ai^d 15th, ' . - to issue Leases for Grazing on the Blood Reserve. anyone desiring grass may see me ^H^RCT.! f \ W. J. blLwoHTH,' , ' Indian Agent. Valuable Booklet Free A descriptive and illustrated booklet ot Canada's most, renowned phiuo will be mailed you by Mason & Uisch Ijtmitod. Ualmoral Block, on receipt of a post card giving your addvess. It la valuable-it explains the "(factory lo Home" plan of purchase, providing for you the poa.siblUty of paying your, �self the mlddlemaa'�;profit. 154-1 BORN DONALDSON �- ,On \Vednesday, 'June 12. to Air. and Mrs. H. Donaldson. 330 12th St. C. .V.v""a daughter. 154-1 IN MEMORIAN In over loving memory of our dear son, I'le. Philiii) Palmer, aged 23, of the 82nd Butl. C. ill. F., of Magrath, Alta., killed in Franco, June 3, 1917. One year has passed, our hearts still sore, I But day by day we miss him more. ' No mother's care Hid him attend. Nor.o'er, him did aVfather bend. No sister, by to shed a tear, No brother his last words to hear, :;Hb. Bleeps not in lils. native land, But 'neath some t'orelgn skies, ] Far from those who loved him bcBt I In a hcro'a grave ho lies. this irrigation area. TABER. (from The Times.) The Times has been Informed that the contract for tho new provincial building to be erected In Taber has been let to .Vlesars. Hudson, Leader and Good, of MedIi):no. Hat,. The building will bo erected -on the old Citizens' Lumber Co. propert.v, and will bo a good Improvement to that section of the town. It Is understood that work will start at an early date. Tho Taber Agricultural Society have arranged for an additional cup to bo competed for at the cipmlng^ fair. It will bo known as the Taben Bankers' Cup and will be for competition between the different locals of the United Farmers ot Alberta On Friday evening last tho Wadona local of .the sU.F.A. gave a farewell parly and dance in lionor of Lealei' i5ay, N. Uipllngor and Alvin Beverly, who are leaving at an early date to lake up ? ? : ? ? ? : ? : ? ? ? � BAILEY FREE. Toronto, Juno 12.-When Captain George Bailey and his bondHUieu appeared. In tiie county judge's coufit this morning with his counsel, T. C. Itobin^te, the ,cro\vn at' torney said; . � ' "Not wanted here any more." Tlius the order for the incar-(^eratlon of, the captain at l;he jail farm mado by .Magistrate Denlson,' was set aside. : -> ? : ? ? ? : ? ? ? � : ? ? ? TANKS WE MAKE THE BEST IN THE country The SASH & DOOR F/OrroRY Phone 66^ c.of hlui ui tjljence, � HiB'?*#e%e oft �But thfefajs noihinf left to comfort us But hiri pUoio on tfio iwiill. /From his loving mother and I Jather, wisior and brother. To Farmers For Your Help Phone 1412 We' have made our usu^l af' rangeiuenta for farm help this spring and can tak� care ot your orders promptly and aatla(.. factorlly, J. HARRIS & CO. EMPLOYMENT AtlENTS \R.COULTKY. The Alberta Meat, Market The Oldest Established JJeat,' Clt^. Market in the ^CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY. UPLAND, ALFAU. FA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL att4;nVion TO ALL ORDERS. . F ROMPT .SHIPMENT WRITE OR WlRE.US FON PRICES. Saunders Hay & - (j^ain jGo. ' 1221'2nd Avenue South Telephone ,732 .. , / The T/Wentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" drcpp in 514 FO0,RTH AVENUE PHONJE 611 The National, Portable Typewriter successor to the pen Two coloncd ribbon, back spacer-tabulator, weight 12' IbSi, motucir ' ing case for carvyinsr, , . 'v, '\ Pric�4S8.S0 Overall & flanks OFFICE OUl''rlTT?R� ITOURTH AVE. AND FIFTH ST.-S.. phone 1107 698 ;