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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta t^ORDHEIMER PIANOS ' EDISON PHONOGRAPHS A8SINIB0IA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" 315 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. EXPERIMENTAL FARM LAMB CHICKENS BEEF - PORK - VEAL DAIRY BUTTER ALL FRESH AND CHOICE ^1 lany s Opposite Dallas Hotel Meat Market Phone 452 ? - S AVI N G M O N E Y - Is ncconipllshi'd in a Kooil nihny ilKforcnt wiiya. . A Kii'i'i ii>'i".v pcoplo lire saving money by trmllnB hnro '.inder OUR NEW CASH SYSTEM. 11 suru Ih ii uiimiT with tho peoplo for it menus uliouey In thoir poeltet?. Thv kikkIs ;iri' new sohl iit tho very LOWEJ^T CASH PRICES. No bad (lel)ta to pay tdr, no ik'tivory >(ists ui pay for us (h'llver!e> uioncy. if you lake thcni you savo. i-.ui r^' iMoncy. j V WATCH OUR BUSiNESSilROW EXThA QUALITY P.=JESERVING PINEAPPLES. NOW IS THE TIME TO GET THEM. WE CAN SUP-' PLY YOU, MEDIUiVI TO LARGE SIZES. Price, each......25c, 30c and 35c Per dozen . . , $2.75, $3.45 and $3.95 BING CHERRIES, FOR PRESERVING N^XT WEEK. WATCH THIS SPACE FOR PARTICULARS, GET OUR "GROCERY CATALOGUE FOR FULL LIST OF PRICES. High-Class Cash Grocers THE GOOD CO. Two Phones 525 and 1271 Simple Kodak Pictures of The Folks at Home Miiko ihe lioyp over.-ioas U!Or> clipcry. and letters -with such pictures ;ire i'?pe('!.".]!y wt'k'omi}. Lt-t us show you how easy it i^: to lo.-.ko pictures by the Kodak wav. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO:, Ltd. HOTEL ^^^^^Store NEXT DALLAS PHONE 1487 ? "Face to Face With Kaiserism" - - - by Gerard "Four Years in Germany" ----- - by Gerard "In the Heart of German Intrigue" - by Dimetra Vaka "The Pawn's Count"' ------ by Oppenheim "The False Faces".......--by Vance AND MANY OTHERS AT. Robertson's Book Store x LiETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK m. Business is Suspended and D�m-, age Totals Nearly  .S-100.000 Moose .Jaw- ,.7une 13.-Fire that Started in the engine room of the Keu- j Pictures of Home Folks Curry warmth and coinfort to the heart of a soldier. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY. Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. S. Plrone 1471 ncdy hotel early today wiped out six-j tt?pu business places, temporarily stop-1 inng all business activity and did damage close to ^400.000 at Shauna-i von, Sask. The fireman ably assisted { l)y citizens had the fire under control! at noon. One or two persons suffered minor injuries but no deaths are ri^ported. The fire was fanned by a heavy wind and flames spread so ciuickly that the firemen wen hoppless for several hours. Business at Shaunavon will be ar a standstill for a few days. The following business premises were completely burned out: Hotel Kennedy, Morrison and Xlght-ingalo Drug Store. Post Office. Shaun-;.-iiri S!ii">l'.- Company, general merchants, Yorke's Gents' Furnishing fcLo:e: Smith's Butcher' Store; Stevenson Bros., general merchants: Shaunavon Automobile Garage: J. F. Zeller. J. v.; \V..S. Baker, solicitor; L. Tour-igny, J solicitor; Provincial Police office; Dr. Grant, dentist: Dr. Svran-ston, M.D.;-Dr. Hicks, M.D.; J. T. Campbell, rnsurance agent and Mer-ihaiits Bank.. WINKiIPEG LIVESTOCK I Winnipeg, June 15.-Receipts at the, Union Stock Yards today were 25" j cattle and UG hoffs. Both cuttle and I hog markets wero quiet. Prices r�-\ inained unchanged for the few cttttle and hogs that changed hands. GRAIN MARKETS  Winnipeg, June 1,').-Prices were strong today for oats and (lax for ,TuIy and October delivery on tho reports of lack of moisture in crop districts. Data closed l^c higher for July and I'isC higher for October. Flax closed higher for July and CVjC higher tor October. WINNIPEG MARKET Oats- Open ,Iuly............ 84 U Ocf............. SO-h Flax-July ............ 373 Oct............. S.ISVi CASH PRICES Oats- Xo. 2 C.\V...S5 N'o. .1 C.\V...S2 Extra 1 Feed ... t.. �.........82 No. 1 Feed ..T'J Xo. 2 Feed ..T(> Track.....................Sill Barley- Xo. r. C.\V. . .117 Xo. 4 C.W.. .110 Rejected..................106 Flax- Xo. 1 X.W.C.............3741:: Xo. 2 r.W.. .;!72'.-i No. 3 C.W...3-'0iv, Condemned............ Calgary Livcstoo(' But Overlooked The Coin ' ixon, REAR STAFFORD BLOCK Let Us Show You tho .short-cut to savings and satisfaction. Roofs, gutters, tin and sheet-metal work done by us lasts longer, looks better, and costs less. If you are hullding, renovating, or just' have a few-repairs to make, get our estimate for a guaranteed job. Wo have a shop, men, and material 'ready to serve you on short notice. i ' Sheet Metal Co- LETHBRIDGE. ALBEPsTA We are Selling Agents for the MoIiMe -Umversa! Tractor and can deliver a Tractor Today, ior Supply Co. Sotnotirae on Thursday morning, presumably between two and four o'clock, amateur burglars broke into the store of M. Goodman on nth St. � S., coming in through the skylight. They broke the handle off the sate door, anA not having the tools of the trade evidently, they gave it up as a' bad job and decamped. j Last night the Crystal Dairy on 14th St., S. was tho scene of its semiannual burglary. Evidently the same, amateurs were ou the job for. though tho till was tapped for 80 cents, the money' bags in tjie' safe were overlooked. This is tho third time In less than two years tliat the Crystal Dairy office has been burglarized. BORN. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. McKolvey, �12 9th St. S., on June 1,=; a daughter. 157-1 PHONE 733 FOR TH-E O. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small f/lachinery. 817 Third Ave. ^ BERGEJl'S ENGLISH PARIS QREEN $1.00 per. pound in half pound and one pound packages. . Twenty-five pound drums and , fifty pound drums. J. D. Higiebolham & Co -- Limited ' Tke  Heavy Use of Water. Irrigation farmers east of the city are heavy tisers of water from the ditches those days, with the result that a proper division of the available j supply is keeping the irrigation offi- i cials' here busy.  I --I Aliert*'* Ploneef DruggItU" Wholesale rnd Retail Chemlata. TELEPHONE No. 322 Death of Infant. Mary, the infant dauglitei' of .Mr. and .Mrs^ Sam Kindrat.'1013 7th St., Statfordville. died in the city Friday. The funeral, in charge of MacKay and MacKay will take place Sunday at 2:00 p.m. to the public cemeteiw-. Heat at 6oast. ;N. B. Hannum \\as- returned to the city after spending the Winter in California. He states that the Coast States are experiencing the present heat wave. Crop conditions in his old states, the Dakoitas, are exceedingly good this year however. ANNOUNCEMENTS Any p-irson wanting good soil for filling In a lawn can get same from us without any charse. Terrill Floral Co. � - lol-li A dance will be held In Bur^nann'a hall. 13th iftreet North, every Saturday night. Two-nioco orchestra in attendance. R. Burgmdnn in charee. Gents '75c. Ladles frooe. Adv. Like a Present P\irchasing a piano through the ! "Factory to Home" piaa of Mason & Risch, Limited. Balmoral Block, is like making yourself a present of the mld-dlonian's profit. You save thl.s' added expense. An illustrated boolOet. with full particulars will be promptly mailed you on rcriuost. 15(i-l MARGARITA FISCHER IN ^AN EXTRAORDINARY Back to Blighty. To the hard pressed soldiers at the front, being shifted back to "Blighty" is lool;ed upon as a streak of good fortune, although it la most alwayi* -.PHOTD PI Av' brought to pass because of'wounds or rnuiu I iii,ggs. Mason & Riach. Limited, Bal- AT THE EM-1 moral Block, Lethbridge, have the Margarita Fischer PoUnrd-Mutual PRESS TONIGHT- "MOLLY GO-GET 'EM," player roll song, "Take .Mo Back to Blighty"-It Is uxceedingly descriptive and popular. Come in and hear. If yoJhavo not investigated the value of song rolls you sho'uld do so without deliiy--they wonderfully enliance the pleasure of the player plorio, 157-1 WESTBROOKBROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal "THE SANITAI^V 'IHOI," Special Music at St. Augustin's. A special musical service has been arranged for Sunday ^evening at St. .\ugustin's church, at'which the programme will be in part as follows: Anthems: "The Radiant Morn Has Passed Away." Woodward; "Agnus Dei, Messe Solonelle." Gounod; "O Most Merciful." Elliott; "Cotne Unto .Me," Grossman; Coronation Anthem, Simper.v Travel bv the Crow With tho Columbia River a raging torrent and iunumerablo extended washouts on tho mountain divisions of the )d to Kootenjiy LandhiK. * Sentence Deferred. Hay ''Goldie" Uawaon, who was the chief at:tor in the case of sheej) stealing in -March when the. Smith's Farm east of tlie city lo.sl 'J^it head from their corral.-^, appeared before .ludge ,Iackson on Friday in District Court and elected to he tried, speedily. Dawson jileaded guilty to the theft and sentence was deferred till'June 2-llli. The other three boys who are implicated in the case have not yet elected for trial. im VICTIMS OF E DISASTER His WIPE OUT Fernie, B, C, June" 15.-The last .of the victims of the/number three mine, at Coal Creek disaster of nearly fifteen months ago have been accounted for. Late yester-day the remains of four of the mjpers were brought to the surface. The tjodies were all located near the spot  it was expected they would be found, tfver since the- accident or-aws ot workcr.<; have been employed repairing the .wrecked mine and woriung towards the place .where the dead were believed to be entombed. This makes a total of thirty-four dead bodies taken out. Coroner Murray, who conducted the first inquiry into the disaster will preside at the final investigation now to be held. It is expected that with the evidence now available the exact cause of the occurence may be established. A RUSS. FORCE Death of Mrs. Seager. The death took place in the city, Friday, June 14, of Mrs. Edith Maude Seager. wife ;0( H. R. "Seager of Stirlang. manager of the Citizens Lumber yard at that point. The deceased was aged 39 years and leaves no family. The funeral was held Saturday afternoon from .MacKay and .MacKay's undertaking parlors, to the public cemetery. Rev. F. Burns officiating. Band Concert at Park. The following is tho program for the band concert at Henderson Park Sunday, June io. .March, "Officer Coinmanding"; Flower song, "Violet Bloom"; March, "Our U.S.A."; Valse, "Heart's Haven"; Overture, "Fairmont"; .Mexican Dance, "Santa Rosa"; -March, "Mary Ann"; Waltii, "Lc Pas"; March, "Our Glorious Flag"; "God Save the King." J. Geo. Harper, bandmaster. Amsterdam, June 15.-General Knoerser. in n telegram to General Eichhorn, the German commander in the Ukraine, reports, according to a mecsage frorn Kiev, that forces of about 10,000 Bolshevik! Red Guards, commanded by Czecho officers, have been wiped out by, German troops to the west of Taganrog, a Russian port on the north shore of the Sea of Azov. Parkland Minister's Ordination. "Private Sidney Lambert, Alberta Conference." Bishop .McDowell, the Confere'hco preacher, clapped his hands as Rev. R. J. ti. Simpson called the name of Private Lambert at- tho ordination services in Elm ' Street Methodist church yesterday morning. ThQ other worshippers clapped their hands. The whole congregation joined in the tribute, of denominational pride in the young soldier who rose on his.crutches and moved to the altar rail, where ho knelt among, the, five other probationers awaiting ordination. Private Lambert lost a leg fighting with tlio .'lOth Battalion at Lens, and on his crutches and. In his worn To Farmers For Your Help Phone 1412 Wq have made our usual arrangements for farm help this spring and can take care , of your orders promptly and satls; factorlly. � ' ' J. HARRIS & CO. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS 30 Years SELLING- TI^E BEST MEAJS TO LETHBRIDGE PEOPLE. R. Cpultry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market The . pidcst Established Meat ; Market in the City. TANKS V/E MAKE THE BEST IN THE COUNTRY The SASH & DOOR FACTORY Phone 663 HAY FO^SALE CARLOADS OR LESS , TIMOTHY. UPLAND, ALPAL< FA. MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL ATTENTION JO ALL ORDERS. PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US-FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South . Telephone 732 I The Twentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" D R O P I N 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 Tfie National Fortabie Typewriter auccESSop TO.TjHE-PEN'�'j'v';.s � Two col6riB^ ribbon, bafck spjffeor, tabuiator.'woieht ,12 lbs., including case for carrying, �' � ^ Price $58.50 - i. EVER ALL & FRANKS PHOr�/E 1107 : OFFICE OUTFITTERS FOURTH AVE, AND FIFTH ^T, 8. ;