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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NORDHEIMER PIANOS EDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything MusicnC ,315 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR '_____ T_ ^__^ *__ , . ,., EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS PROiyf �.00 A.M. TO t.OO P.M. The Way to Better Meats Delany's Meat Market . Opposite Dallas Motel Phone 452 Briiig in Your Coppers Indoi- OUR NEW CASH SYSTEM we. raquire u Ronil many uoiipci's to niiiko lliQ right cUauge tor iicopUs uow (hat iiian.v. urtii'lcs arc priced In the �� Gerard "In the Heart of German Intrigue" - by Dimetra Vaka "The Pawn's Count".....- by Oppenheim "The False Faces" Vance AND MANY OTHERS AT RoBertson's Book Store LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN. Washington. June IT.-Tlie fourth ]-ii)eny Loan this fall probably will be for at least $6,000,000.(100 and is likely to be floated in October. Sir George Foster. Minister ot Trade and Commerce, speaking in Ottawa, said that if one Uimp, of sugar instead ot three, or one te?i-spoon of .sugar instead of three, were used by Canadians tlie saving would be sufficient to meet the demands ot Italy. Grea: Britain.and France. Italy's per capita consumpflon was 12 pounds France's IS. and Great Britain's :;S. In Xonh America each man. woman and child consumed '.'O pounds of .sugar a year. Pictures of Home Folks Currj- 'warmth^and comfort to the heart of a soldier. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT. TODAY. - Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 WINNIPEG MARKETS. Oats- .' Open Close BULLETINS SALVAGE SHIPS. London, June 17.-;From January, 1915, to the end of May. � 1918. four hundred and seven ships sunk by the Germans (n 'British waters have been sal-^ vaged, according tto details of the work of the admiralty salvage department, made public to-day. Up to December, 1917, 260 ships were recorded. In the present year to the end of May, 147 have oeen salvaged, the Increase being due to improved methods and not to the greater activity of U-boats. SURVIVORS. Lewes. Del., June 17.-Twenty of the crew of the Norwegian bark Kringsjaa were picked up at sea and landed here this afternoon. The ship was torpedoed _oft Virginia. BAD FIRE. Emporium, Pa.. June 17.-The finishing plant of the Emporium Tannery, owned by the Elk Tanning Company, was destroyed by fire -to-day. The loss is estimated at $500,000. The origin of the fire was not determined. WELL DEFENDED, Rotterdam, June 17.-(Special Cable to the Mail and Empire.) -General Von Ardenne, In an article in the Berliner Tageblatt attempts to explain to the people of (fcrmany why Rheims still remains i.T the hands of the French.' It is due entirely,'he says, to the strength pf the defense and not as hitherto, suggested in accordance with some obscure German tae-.tical motive. Pure Pari^ Secure your requirements now as it will likely be scarce in a few weeks. Pounds .. .1 ... $1.00 Half PoundtV .... 50c ARSENITE OF LIME A new Insecticide for Potato Bugs. Pounds.........50c THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson & Co. Telephones'^555 and 1232 Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Is Wounded .T. J. Kendall, of Mncleod, has been wounded in action. .luly....................S,1--s S"--'^ October ................7:; 71H Flax-July .............____37.". iilYs ' October .........?____'J45 34'.ii.i I CA^H PRICES. Oats- Xo. C.W...SJ',s No. S C.W...S2i^l Extra 1 Fe?d ..........S2V8 So 1 Feed TJ'U No. 2 Feed 78;!, Barley- No. 2 C.\V...11T No. 4. C.\V...ai2 Hejected ........,.............1071^ Feed ..........................106 Vt: Flax-No. 1 N. W. C..................rili No. 2 C.W. 369Vi Xo. C.W. .jriy. -FEW CARS FINEST-TIMOTHY HAY FOR SALE PROMPT SHIPMENT WE CAN SUPPLY No. 1 Turkestan Alfalfa Seed .FROM STqpK F. 0. HYDE & Co. Phone 1244 . Lethbridge Why Not EAT Meals Prepared by the best White help in the city. TheSilverGrill Cor. 4th Ave. i. 5th St, Let Us Show You the short-cut to savings and satisfaction.' Tloofs, gutters, tin and Bheet-nietal work done by us lastB longer, looks better, and costH lesg. If you are building, renovating, or just have a few repairs to make, get our call-mate for a guaranteed job. We have a shop, men, and material leady to serve you on short . .notice. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. HEAR STAFFORD BLBCK LETHBRIOOE. ALBEKTA We are Selling Agents for the Moline l/niversal Tractor and can deliver a Tractor Today. ior Supply Co. PIONEER OF GRASSY LAKE IS DEAD h-'rom Our Own Cot^espondentii Grassy I.,ake. June . 15.-Mr. and Mrs. James Shearer and baby, who are en route from Calgary to their farm near Foremost, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Larsen. The Grassy Lake baseball boys went to Bow Island Suturday to play a return game and ^vere defeated, the score being 10 to 11 in favor of Bow Island. Several ot our towns people went down to witness the game and also to take In the Chautauqua entertainment in the evening. _ Mra. C. S. B. Talt is visiting in Bow Island Muring Chauiaunua week. Mr. Tait also went down for the week end. Mrs. H. J. Berlin is visiting in Foremost during Chautauqua week. The eighth grade e.xaraination begins Monday in the school. Eight pupils are writing. Mrs. Miller of Stirling is visiting her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Grace Miller and children. The drawing for the quilt which was made and donated by Mrs. OITj-son for the Red Cross, took place at the dance last Friday night and was drawn by Mrs. Frank Vesper, she holding the lucky ticket which was No. 51. Death of Pioneer "We regret to report the death ou Thursday night of one of our pioneer rffsidents. Mr. h. HuiniU Sr.. at his home farm south east of town. Jlr. Ilammili was well and favorably known around Grassy and Burdctt. being one of our earliest Hettler.s, Jle leaves a large family to mourn his loss as well as a large circle of friends. The funeral ' was held at Bow Island Saturday morning and was largely attended. Shearing Sheep The shearing of s'heep started Monday. A few ot the shearers started on the Jim Neil sheep raucli about ten miles south- of town, then they go south to tho corralls at Legion whom will be gathered the sheep that range iilong Chin and Ktpp coulees. Attend Services The Masons ot Lethbridge \WtH attend services at St. .Mary's church on next Sunday evening at 7.30. L. O. L. 1666 All Orangemen In the city arc requested to be at the Mooso Hall on Tuesday, the 18th at S p.m., Ibr our regular meeting. Importatil business. Personal Mention J. F. Taylor. o� Sweet Grass, is a city visitor, W. T. McCaugherty. ot Uayniond. was a visitor In the city Saturday. Geo. Mclvor, formerly or Lethbridge visited trifflids here over the week end. E.' E. Eiscnhauer. formerly ^ot tho Experimental P'arin Htaff here is in the city. He Is now employed by the Dominion irrigation branch at Coaldule. First Cac Wool - R. '�V. Bradshaw ot Magrath. again holds the record for shipping out tie first car of wool as a member of t le Southern Alberta wool growers. This car. we understand! is one of the best samples that will be sent east this season. It was ccmsigued to the Canadian Co-Oporativo Wool Growcr.s, Ltd., at Toronto. BERGER'S . ENGLISH PARIS GREEN $1.00 per pound in half podfiid and one pound packages. Twenty-five pound drums and ^ fiffy pound drums. I B. Hisinbotkan & Co � Limited -- Tke �Afbert�'� Planter Druotlatt* . Wholuale and RatatI ~iChtml*t� TCLEPHONE Ka. S2S Open Branches The visit ot Howard Stutchbury. secretary ot the returned soldiers commission for the province, to Medicine Hat and Lethbridge the other day resulted in the official opening of l)ys Lethbridge and Medicine Hat branches. H. P. JIadison, former stenographer for the A.P.P.' here and a former member of the Princess Pats, is the local secretair. The two southern branches are sub-branches of the main office at Edmonton. Wa-ko-visr Stain . i I applied to floors, furniture and all interior wood work imparts a brilliant and durable (inish. It is a combination of staiik-in 9 diiTcrent colors that bring out all the natural beauty of the wood- and varnish, that dries quickly with a beautiful, glossy.surfaice with half the time and labor staining and varnishingused to take, and anyone can use, it. The Consumers' Hardware Co. 20 Clean Up. Soldiers Plots After two postponements the Rotary Chib and otl\er workers who arc looking after the" cleaning up ot the sold-iera'v plots at Henderson Lake will unileVtakc the program on Wednesday at four o'clock. The. same arrange-ment.s which were made tor two weeks ago Wednesday will hold tor this week, it is now too late in the season to do much ot the work it haj-been planned to do, but the plots will be^cleaned up and considerable repairing done.' and -the tree-planting will be left .tin fall. Members ot the G. W. V^A.,.lhe Tcades Council, The Boy Scouts and others who arc helping are asked to accept this notification. The work is being done in con-Junction with the program of^tlie iliv Alexander Gall Chapter, 1. O. D. E. ANNOUNCETdSNTS . Are Disallowed Tile following have boon refused exemption from servico: B. W.,Schuv-aadt, Warner; J. D. Smith, Cardston; F. Trotter, Standoff. The following were given till Nov. 1: P. Doenz, War-net; G. V. Ljunggren. Manyberries; E. E. Buhler. Kaymond; G. W. Irwin. Etzikom; R. Serpet, Manyberries; J. Kelmedy, Lethbridge;' Al. S. Russell. Carmangay. Llench, Nemisknm, will report when B2 meif are called. .�\ny person wanting good soil tor filling in u lawn can get same from UB without any charge. Terrill Floral Co., � ' � . . 1,-,4-G The Majoi- Jack Ross Chapter of the 1. CD. E., arc making a collection of old (flothes, rags, rubber and copper. Anyone having same phone 178!'. and th^y will be called for. 15S-U The Daughters and Maids ot ,Eng land are holding an ice cream social at the ho/nd of Mrs. Binning, 119 Gth St. X. on Wednesday ne.\t, June 19th afternoon and evening. Ice cream and plain cake \yill be served. Everybody welcome. ' 15S-2 and song are, and have been moat helpful In keeping up the courage, cheerfiilness, and morale of our-battlers. Mason & Risch Limited, Balmoral Block, have in their Player Roll Depart ment that jjtirrlng song, "Susse.x by the Sea." which so clearly exprosscs the sentiment and of (>ll ulllf'! Communities. Come in and hear it and many other valuable and patriotic .solections. Song Rolls have doubled the value or your Player i'lano. J5S1 TORPEDO BADGES t London, Juno 17.- (Rcutcr's Ottawa i\gency)~The board of Irndc an-norncos the award ot torpedo badges lo British merchant sailors who were sailing on a vessel when it was torpedoed or mined it they romplolo their further voyage in British vcs-sel.s. with a bar for every time tliey are' again torpedoed or rained, live bars being exchangeable tor a live-pointed star. ' DOMINION PERMANENT AFFAIRS Toronto, June 17.-With the appointment of committees to rcprescnL the debenture holders and sharphold-ors (jt the defunct Dominion Permanent Loan Company, an important step has been taken toward 8e(HirliiK cooperation in pressing action tor ;2,000,000 against the estates of the lato manager and former director.^ of the company. Instructor for Battery Word has been received that George McKillop, formerly physical instructor j at the "Y" and the city schools has; been made physical instructor for tho! 7Sth Battery at Petawawa. Harvey j Schweitzer of the same battery has; been transferred to llio telephone branch of the signalling section. "Irish" Kane has gone overseas with i a draft, and altogether tho Lelhbridirf | boys with the 7Sth have pretty 'well scattered since leaving Sarcee. The Daughters and Maids ot England are holding an ice cream .social at the home ot Mrs. Binning. 119 16th St. .v.. on Wedivesday next, June 19th. afternoon and evening. Ice cream and plain cake will be served. Everybody welcome. /' 15S-2 Good Men and True History will record tlie present era as having been the period of greatest test for courage, resolution, and sacrifice by men the world over. Music PHONE 733 FOB THE O. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machlneay. 817 ThirtJ ^ve. BULGARIAN CRISIS Amsterdam, June 15.-Attacks on the pulgariiin premier '^aaill Rados-lavoff in consequence' ot the peace negotiations at Bucharest threatens to lead to a crisis, according to the Koel-niz ZeittiUK whieh says that the discontent Is ;iot confined to the political opponenta'ot RadoHlavoff. It is feared In government circles that .Bulgaria is missinf; an opportunUy to annex the whole of Dobrtidja and Bulgarian districts in Macedonia which were given to Greece la 1913. BISHOPS SONS KILLED Fort McMurray, AlVa., June 1,2.- Bishop. Lucas of FOTt'-. Chipewyan received official announcement today of the death ot his son, Frank, by bombing ot ,a hospital at the front on May 30. SHIP DELIVERY. Washington, Juno >i7.--Deliveries 'ot I stool ships to tlie shipping board In ;' tho first two weeks of June ngmber-od 11! with a total dead weight tonn-; age of S9,16'.'. -.-' I BORN ' ' JOULE-On June lF)th, to Mr. and ; Mrs. Chas. E. Joule, at 96S �2th St. S., a daughtef. ,'  108-1 THE OTHER ADAMS-To Mr. and Mrs, Robert Adams, 200 13th St. S., June 15tb, aisoi). � ' ' " ' 158-1 WESTBROOK BR^6s. Q^^Oilte Ban|( ^ Mo^rtul "THE SANITARY WOP" Municipal Election Municipal politics will be discussed j at a meeting called by CiHididato II. W. Mepch at St. Mary's Hall tonight when North Lethbridge will hear i.ts problems specially dealt with. Whether Candidate Oliver will be pro-sent is not known but it is likely that he will ,be. .The polling places tor the election which will take i)lace on Thursday from 9 a.m. till S p.m. have been set by City Clerk Duff who is acting as returning officer. All of North Lethbridge will vole at the Westminster school gym. The south side polls will be located at the Car iJarns and the City Hall. This makes three polls in-steiid of five as usual. Noted English Actor at Empress Tonight and Tomorrow __  Sir Johnston Forbes Robertson in fllrit version of his best stage play, \ "Passing ot the Third Floor Back." 11 costs no more. Why not sen the best The Bmpress always picks the big ones. A First National attraction. This picture has a big punch. See ll.-^Ad. � Our Phone MUST SATISFY YOU BETTER THAN A PERSONAL CALL. R. Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta .Meat Market Tho Oldest Established Meat Ma'riiel Jh tKo City. TANKS WE MAKE THE BEST IN / THE.COUNTRY The SASH & DOOR FACTORY Phone 663 HAY mm CARLOADS OR UESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALFAV-FA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. TO CAREFUL ATTENTION ALL ORDERS. .FROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE U8 FOIf R PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd (Avenue South Telephone 732 To Farmers For Your Help Phone 1412 - We bare made our uaual ar-ranjg^ments tor farm help this ipring; and can take care ot your orders promptly and aatlt-tactorlly, ' J. HARRIS & CO. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS TheTwentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" DROP IN 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 813 The National Portable Typewriter ^ SUCCESSOR TO THE PEN Two qoloref.ribbon,'back'Kpacer. tabulator, weight 13 lbs., including case for tiurryinB. ' Price $58.50 EVERALL & FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITtegS FOURTH AVE, AND.FIFTH ST. 8, * PHONE 1107 ;