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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta MILADI :HEHAI.n JV.NE 10, othera-are injureil a6 ihe re-; suit of the rt a Kttights of i ran von pretty i'iose iaal counsel. Mr. I'ution ciairneil that the avi Fi'.ONT PAUKi oUm" years Witness said lliere were from ICO j stocthqWers had received no i night, while .a boxing watch was in hut 'at tilauezen last Mr. Robin li Climle. of Vancouver, j many guesls. vhu has lately returned from over-] eas. is visiting his sist'ir. Mrs. Keiir gary wliic'h will be availale for luluro military funerals. The veterans arc anxious to make repairs and, alterations which arc lad ly neecicU in Iheir club rooms, and. as i the fundi at Iheir disposal are not i.fully sufficient to meet the necessary cost, there will be a call made on the public shortly, as far as the executive 'can see at present. to !50 similar finus in Canada lm i llu-re v.-as no arranyitfaeql regarding jjrin's so far as lie couccrneil. Mr. JJrjnele warmly ;Uon t you ihiu to lo.ver Mr. Pallon: "Our mill wasn't built the situation, lie ?aid that o'winV for the slory of God or anybody ebo. iu UiedlKU'tiHlcsor transportation anrl n was built for ihe benefit of Ilia .the war preventing goods shareholders." coming in from. Knslauil. the Patton 1 lie added that any man who couU firm was enabled to put up its prices i tio1. make money during the war there lo the exlens lh.ll it earjet! "i'i >or i must be something wrong with him. (tint, on its To the iiricps D! these sends had 10 be added The Cranbrook Aulo Association wholesaler's and retailer's profits lie- held Us annual meeting last week and fore they Ihu consumer. "Tlie only" rival you have.1 la the Dominion Textile- company and they has outlined a uoou prosram for tlie coming year. A. Nesbit has been elected president. tol. Is suest'ol Miss Ruth.lnuian :or a few days. V Tlie I.O.U.1S. "June. Follies1.' are very ar. The date is Friday. June :0tti tlifS Friday eveninsl.. SOCIAL _ EVEWT3 A mosi was spent ias't niclit, when 31- Mary's Oirl (inldes enterialntd Ihe Boy: Scouts 'Y" Horning al Ihe absence g.f any of irice of milk, an jikxeieil.'lii' (It. Witii those hi .the _... rade iherq were the nieet HE thu mayor' ana- with Mr. oj tie e in Iho chair., The case as, nnj dairymen''-vfiia' so much sq that the ClryStal he seriously ijujtijns.' the inllk tart of. his Im ?yas riliininE' the sanio: the only a.ltacne'd'iyS1th.e.. sauia iresent prices anionnlrt lo ceuls- per vhicb 'represented1 a loss when, the cost ot llic price of liqltlcs, and oilier tilings were t.afcen; into ao1 count: Tbe. was- syeh .-ho was to, the" milt selling or.lj .-'-w9.5 slateij his on1 inoi.iey. that Ihe fanners 'wore, getting weie as -the prici were receiving 'was Slh he'Svas. paying at the rate of cents "per- aiijri and .le.'J per quart' pu lli.e flth (hD'pVice'from the Si4c anU the (no public ina'rte 14c> to get ee of the i.. was on'tHe sate ot .li'n'd creara. lly a chart on the blackboard Mr. I.loyd. wlio is a producer, showed thai for the twelve months Irani June ISlh to ho iiad sustained' is !o! 3.17 cents per mtatl. cost ot liuarls was or icenls per quart; the-'sales aniouVteil at an averaEq o! S.71 cerits. Lo 74, making .a tolal rlosi of .enual daliv inler'est, depreciation and. iusur Become a Nurse OUR GRADUATES EARN TO J25.00 A WEEK K yoii cannot spcntl three years In hospital or are littal age limit, sent! najne 'address on poatcard (or year explaining Ihe Q. S. N, iforaWraciico Method inf (rained nursing. Slate age. The School of NuKins JAMESTOWN, N. y. ance, selling price covering 'ihe jwo items ot and waBcs. To ensure a profit of. It per cent, it vma necessary thai .tho farmer obtain 12 cents per quart for whole sale. Mr. Carlyle ilcmonstralctl (hat will There, a-Steal, loss, said _ Mr. Carlylei in bqltlesi owing, to care- lessness qf bonsehpltlera ages tliq. using. 9t the. Ijotlles. for pickles ami preserves, hi. lage there, were, a large.- minlber .ot >yh.ich the garbage ijiKn resold to (tie firm. rel.ail.ppce Of timothy hay' fed lo. delivery horses, tail Bono up from pre-war prices of i 15 "to 545, iftUi' from 30c to 11.00; rivers' wages hail gone up from 4HO per month to 5110 pqf arjd. lollies had'gqno up 100. per cent.; Mr. 1'arry, a of. thu expenses attached lo niilk producing vith the losses sustKined by _rnn: anil the breaking of rigs. In he'fixing ol stalls for the con's -it meant al Iho very, least In regard lo the prices'the farrrjer'i were rccolvlng Air. Donaldson said thai ho was getting because Ot extra bnlterfat Ills 'milk contain: Mayqr Hardiq, in referring to .a.n investigatiqn the-pvtce of milk, said lhat the know the tirsl Ihing about It .would be necessary (p have ex-J perls. These he was endeavoring to obtain in with two govcrnmenis. i Mr. Fairfleld, speaking train'lite ex- Iicrienco lib had in rrillk proclnclibh, saiil ihal he In sympalhy yfllh Ihe dairymen. It necessary, Iho price of niiik co.uld rednceil, In a system of concentraled livery insleail qf (he present indepen- dent ope.. If ihp'locai farmera gavo up Iho production of nillji the ncoplo would have .to be ilependent on onlslde jioinls, and this would, not necessarily niean niMk lo the coal of. Iransnorlatipn. Tlie ilcukfa felt tliat were npl gelling a fajr ileal from "ihe allies'qf ,lhe Civic Chib. in thai hongh Inforincil Ihal they wcro in lli'b itrice thcy.iiaiii cd fqr Hie. uitik the fa'rnicr-s-VerQ TR _ jl.lojMlUl nql lakd ihe lo their previous niont tlirqngh ihe press. ;We four Je.i'sey SuJXs, lefl; 'We at .HALF PRICE 1 pmfc, and r ;HAVE im NAVY In sizes. 10und IS years; regular PRETTPWH1TE ETVl- BRQlBERED, D.RESSP, For little'qn'es, sizes' years, t rn Begular special WHITE MUSLIN CORSET .COVERS in all .sizes'wiih ,pretty of CQ- emhroiuery. special W3v WHITE .MUSLIM CORSET, i -COVERS Trimtactl arpurid neck and aleeves heavy torchori lace, all sizes; Special Follies Danclni 9 to 2 El-Ve.PIECE Japanese Tea Room--The SIR ALEXANDER GALT CHAPTER AND GIRLS'CHAPTER I. 0. D. E, v V FAIR GROUNDS-JUNE 2tyh K'EEP THE OPEN white, 25c Men's White CpUon NIHHT SHIKTS; sizes 14 to ife; regular Special Boys' porous knit COMBINATION DlilOVEAH; sizes to 10 in khaki or borderetl; reg, 2 for-3oc; Special 3 for'........... MEN'S WASH Special each Grocery Ocpt Soda Miscuits, 1 1C laiye size box, each Itlw nouucuii; tint C'l8c" representing Ihe Bil'terjcK Publishing tornpim Mill he 16P ..-store nnill Saturday next. Renewal.-, nl Delineator will lit 'Inndicd bs Mis I iml ladic desiring any nfprniatiqn regarding 'nil cnnlions er paltcnl1! yvill -cortlnll} Mslco'nral The nqv ni-hn eatnr BUliscriplIon is S1.20 for one vcar and we no !M italiqn in saying that thjs is the greatest in the publishing world toda) OKNPVA, .luno (oroes iintlcr conirnnnd of Ocn, of tho r'rcnc'li ariiiy, liavs iiegiin a coiintcr-nrfcnslvc against Hungarian troops liavo oan.Uirctl several vii' IORPS filler 10 hours ol tnrding to i I'rngito dlspalcli recopcit hare. Tivo cnnnpn, pqveral rnaxlin puns and a qimntlly of nninmnHlon nrc said (o liavp [itllon iulo Hie hands war ministry of liiM tlrcEdcil lo increase' olficcis liie Crisco. 1 ponntl Ijn 40c; 3 pountl tin G potinii tin '.Aiijilq Pnlter, T6a Oarden, glass Jar; each GJlil J'cr packel., 3 tins for Scouring Per packet Fresh Fruits and Vegetables arriving dally. SPECIAL FOR WEDNESDAY.-; Gooseberries, 24'-boxes to cnle O TC Vet erne iltl 0 2 boxes foi 35c OUR SERVICE SATISFIES NO CHANGE FOR PEUVERY 40c 28c 25c 10c GOOD STRONG, DURABLE STAIR OR HALL CARPET 48c 65c 75c 98c 2.35 2.85 3.90 Becoming increasingly iiopular and we are 'riiaking a great effort to make them ileserv. ingly so. Tomorrow wo eipecl a record half jlny's Misinesa. Tlie following specja! x" ninnlidrs should attract .a large qf discriminating shoppers. All regular gomi? and real reductions. 'WHITE HONEYCOMB BED, .SPREADS' V12 only lo sell, full size, jmnorlfd Bonds; regular price J tft 'Half Uay Special each SATIN Correct fPf T (Iresses; cqines'ln white, pink, emerald, navy; .Indies prjcc {3 yard 1 tfL ,.H3lf Day Spqr-ial-yanl NOVELTY VOILES Comes in licaulitnl plaltl and chtjck vl- all very nqw; 40 resn- ,.o9c Mar prico yaruVr' Jule, regqlar Cac For Jule, regular Sac per Jute, regular per Kor .Tapeslry, regular'f 1.35 per yard For Urussels, regular per yard Kor AxraiiiAlcr, regular 53.85 per yard .........v.................... Wilton, regular 55.00 per yard For....................'........... SECOND FLOOR Half Day Special, yard DAINTY FLOWERED Gronntls while, pink'with. niseWi ilesign; 28 inches wide; all fast.'. regular price' COc Wednesday Half Day, yard BLACK AND CHECK DRESS 42 inches wide, washes 'well; price V.'cdnesilay Half Day- yard oots and Shoes .IIUMl'S, Colonial 4 [or LAOiKS' PATKNT style regular l.ADIISS' PATENT PUMPS wilh lioiv tic Cuban heel; rognlar 25 PIECES ASSORTED GOODS All 42 and 14 inclies wide in it .-wide, of shades; regular values froni-Jl.M QQj, in Half Day Special, yOv BLACK SILK HOSE All sizes, slighlly.dcfeclivo; regular price 50c and lie pair. Halt Day Special -I nn DLiACK AND PUMPS; resnlar Special WHITK SA 1.75 CREPE DE CHINE silk crepe tic ctrae In loiel> shades qf plrili maize, can do nil gre> ccncc sk> hlpcK rose, 3 1 niches reguhr price 00 Ml 1 TC Half Special jard fiudsoris nay (Tompanu 2I3000M ;