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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta \ NORDHEIMER PIANOS EDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA 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. The Way to Better Meats Delany's Meat Market Opposite Dallas Hotel CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE Phone 452 NUMBER 9-2664 My What a Popular Store! Ik n remark yon liciir very often since wo are operntInK OUR NEW CASH SYSTEM nnd is It any wonder tluit people slioiiM take uavanlage nnil >av"o iill the money Ihoy can these days. Not only a tow specials for a day or so but everything In the store Is reduced in prico In proportion to the amount wo are saving on BAD DEBTS AND DELIVERY COSTS. You (meaning nl' those paying cash for their goods) gel the advantage. Try It out. You will simply l-e iistoulsliod nt the difference. WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW OUR GROCERY CATALOGUE IS FREE TO EVERYONE. GET ONE IF YOU HAVEN'T DONE SO. Preserving Pineapples, per dozen...... ----^.----$2.75, $3.45 and $3.35 Bing Cherries, our first shipment, 20 lb. boes, each.................. $6.95 or 2 lbs..................................... . . 65c High-Class f\f^V\ f^f\ ^"^^^ Py^oncB Cash Grocers 11111 \3\J\JU v^v^* 525andl271 CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-599 m Simple Kodak Pictures of The Folks at Home Make the hoys oversea.^ more cheery, and letters with sueh pictures are e.=!peciully welcome. Let us show you hov.- easy it is to make pictures by the Kodak way. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. ^^te^fOi^. Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL phone 14*7 MARKETS NEW BOOKS "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" Vance AND MANY OTHERS AT m Robertson's Book Store LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK ^^^^ WINNIPEG MARKETS. Oats- Open July ...................S.'-.Va October ................'1% Flax-July ...................:!T0 October ...............^3",>Vj CASH PRICES. Oats-No. 1' C.\V...S5 No. 3 lOxtra 1 Feed ............ No. 1 Feed 79 No. Uarley- Close 70% 343 C.\V...S2 .......S2 Feed 7ti No. :rc.\v. 117 Rejected ..... Feed ......... Kla.-t- No. 1 N.W.C. . No. 2 C.\V. 374 No. 4 C.W. 112 .............lOS .............107 No. C.W. 34S EXPLAIN DUTIES OF The auditorium of the Y.M.C.A. was packed on Saturday afternoon when a conference was held of all the deputy registrars or Letlibridge constituency. jCapt. Porter being present to hand oiit the registration cards and other forms to each deputy and to esplalu all points in doubt. Arrangements were made for J. L. Oliver. 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 one of the local registrar?, to commence work this morning, and he is busy today signing up those who will be absent on Saturday. There are quite a number of people leaving tor U.S. points this week and these may have their cards certified and certificates issued by calling on Mr. Oliver at the Board of Trade. Mr. Oliver will also call on a number of the larger firms, commencing ^Vedne3day morning, when cards will be taken and certificates. Issued, and in this way the business of large employers of labor will not be interfered with on Saturday. There are still quite a number of workers needed locally, and anyone wjio. can spare a few hours Saturday should'let Capt. Porter know at his office at the Y.M.C.A. WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK. Butcher steers, ?7 to $14.50; heifers, $0.50 to $13; cows, .$4.50 to $12; hulls. $5.50 to $9; oxen, $6 to $10; stockers and feeders, $7 to $11; calves, $S to $16; sheep and lambs, $10.50 to $18. Hogs.-Selects, $17.50; heavies, $13 to $14.25; sows, $11.50 to $1;;.50; stags. $11.30 to $12.50; Ugacs, $14 to $10.25. SERGT. LONGWORIH Pure Paris Secure your lequiie-ments now as it will likely be scarce in a few weeks. Pounds____.... $1,00 Half Pounds......50c - ARSENITE OF LIME A new Insecticide Bugs. for Potato Pounds 50c THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson & Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Joins Flying Corps T. C. Allen of Taber has left join the flying corps at Toronto. to Write Them in Ink Uoglstrntioii cards must bo tilled out in ink, not lu pencil. 180 Are Writlna There are about 180 student.o writing on the High School oxamlnalious this year in Lethbridge. Phone Officials. A. W. Gibson, superintendent and W. J. Uagan, Inspector, of the provincial government telephone traffic department ato in the c^ty today. Remains at Duty Lieut. Colin McKcnzle of Clares-holm reported last week as being wounded, was only slightly injured, having remained on duty. HAS DIED DOWN Rome, June 18.-The battle on the mountainous sectors of the Italian front has died down but is fierce from the mountains to the sea along the Piave River, according to the statement issued by the War Office today. 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 Lethbridge. Why Not EAT Meals Prepared by the best White help in the TheSilverGri Cor. 4th Ave. & 5th St. President Longworth, of the Veterans,-received the sad news today of the death of his brother Sergl. Jas. Longworth. in action. Sergt. Long-worth, who formerly was an employee of the Royal Collieries here, enlist.ed with the 10th Royal North Lancashlijes and was wounded three times at tjie front before he was killed In action. Two other brothers are at the front. ANNOUrJCEMENTS Any person wanting good soil for filling in a lawn can get same from us without.any charge. TerriU Floral Co. 154-G The Jiajor Jack Ross Chapter of the I. O. D. E., are making a collection of old clothes, rags, tubber and copper. Anyone havliig some phone 1783 and they will be called for, 158-6 The Daughters and Maids of England are holding an ice cream social at the home of Mrs. Binning, 113 IGth St. N., on Wednesday next, June 19th, afternoon and evening. Ice cream and plain cake will be served. Everybody welcome. 158-2 > ? ? ? ? ; ? ? ? > ? ? GETS IMPORTANT APPOINTMENT. Let Us Show You the 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 building, renovating, or just have a tew repairs to make, get our estimate for a guaranteed Job, We have a shop, men, and material ready to serve you on short notice. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co- REAR STAF^fQRD block tETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA Hot Weather Drinirs Lime Juice, (Pints and Quarts') Ginger Cordial, Lemon Squash, Raspberry Vinegar, Hire's Root Beer, Welch's Grape Juice, Loganberr^jyice, Etc., Etc. Till Nov. 1. The following have been allowed till Nov. 1 lo report for service: E. B. Graham, Vulcan; A. P. Calderwood. Granum. Mayor III Mayor Hardie bas been ill during the past couple of days and has been unable to attend his office. .No meetings of the city council have been held owing to his absence. A good housekeeper knows the "tonic" value of paint to a house: her one objection is the mess and confusion ol d painting methods entailed. Wa-ko-ver Stain applied to floors, furniture and all interior wood Vvork imparts a brilliant and durable finish. It is a combination of stain-in 9 different colors that bring outall the natural beauty of the wood- and varnish, that dries quickly with a beautiful, glossy surface with half the time and labor . stainingand varnishingused to take, and anyone can use it. 9 The Consumers' Hardware Co. 26 his field at the time saw the smoke and hastily running over arrived lu time to save the harness. The fire, which is supposed to have stanicd in a raanuro pile, burnt down the barn, granary, pig pen and garage. Ford Garage Sold It is understood that the Ford Garage, owned by trie Rex Virtue Estate and J. H. Virtue has been disposed of to H. E. MIebach who will take it over at au early date. Mr. Miobach is a former resident of Lethbridge. but for some time has been actively engaged in farming on his ,/two big farms at Monarch; B, C. Berries B. C. berries are now on the market at the local stores. It will be a week or ten days before they become plentiful and before a talling-off in price may be (^xpected. At present they are retailing at 25 cents per box. Notice To Veterans All members who can possibly attend arc requested to be at Gait Park corner 5th St. and 3rd Ave. at 5.45 p. m. Wednesday, June 19th. for the purpose of assisting In the renovation of the Soldiers Plots at Henderson Park, Cars are being furnished by the Rotary Club, also supper. i I. Higiobtftkm & Co " Limited ^- "Alberta'* Ptanecp DruagUU" Wheltaaie and Retail Chemlatik TELePHONE Na. S23 Regina, June 17.--Jiajor General J. F. L. Elbury has been appointed to an import-tant staff position in France and will leave Regina to-mor- ? row for his ultimate destlna- ? tion. While the appointment Is ? an extremely Important one ? under the general reorganlza- > tlon of the Canadian military ? administration In Prance and ? England, the nature of his ? duties is confidential at pres- ? ent, , : : : : : �: v > : : � : THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP First class workmanship and materials. H, LANGLEY, Prop. 408 2nd Ave. S. Phone 1734 Next Door But One to Lethbridge Hotel Supply Co. MINING, BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIER AND EQUIPMENT EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS SECOND AVENUE AND THIRTEENTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE PHONE 733 FOR THE O. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery, 817 Third "Ave. AMERICANS POURING NIO FRANCE NOW London, June 18.-Chancellor Bonar Law said that American troops were pouring into France and had reached a figure which a few months ago would have been thought impossible. American military co-operation, he continued, would not be limited by the lack of trahaports. Shipping figures which wilt be published this week,; he said, would show the world 'ship'construction for the first time since the German submarine warfare began is exceeding the destruction of ships by U-bbatt. Discussing the Austrian offensive, Mr. Bonar Law said that the Italian high coiTimand had no fear of the result. Is Promoted Lance-Corporal Lawson Turcottc. one of the several Alberta soldiers having been submitted as deserving special mention by Sir Douglas Haig in dispatches bas been promoted to the rank of Sergeant on" the staff of the 50th Batt. This is his second promotion within the last year. Passenger Trains Detoured The Crows Nest line through Lethbridge has been a busy branch the last few days. Yesterday six passenger trains from the west went through, five of which were main line trains which detoured in order to escape the washouts on the main line west of Field. Additional 60 Days T^Iyrtle Meeker appeared before Magistrate Irwin. yesterday afternoon, charged with escaping lawful custody, and Was sentenced to servo an additional .sixty days besides the thirty days sentence for vagrancy imposed last Saturday. As a result of her es-cai)0 Detective Wallis had an 11)5 mile flying trip In an auto on Sunday which resulted in his apprehending her at a farm near Granum. Rush to Register So great has been the rush to register at the Board of trade that Deputy Registrar Oliver early this morning ran out of registration supplies and was forced to curtail operations until a fresh supply could be secured. The booth at the post office at which registration cards have been handed out during the past few days was closed yesterday aftevnoon, and has not been reopened. ,Capt. Porter is out of the (ity and the Herald has been imable to learn the reason for this move. 15-mllo limit and the joy riding speo fiends will havo become a thing o, the past. Frank Yeigh Here Mr. Frank Yeigh arrived in the cit.\ tins afternoon and v,rlll be the guest at a luncheon in his honor at the V.-M. C. A. tonight, when members of the Bar Society.- the board of trade council and the Rotary Club will ho present. Mr. Yeigh will tell of llu! work of the Canadinu War Lecture Bureau and endeavor to create greater interest in tlie work of the organization in Lethbridge whore It has been carried on by some time by the the Bar Society under the direction of Judge Jackson, chairman tor the district. Special Prices for the Red Cross Dealers In Scrap Iron and Metal Highest prices paid for Metals, Rubber, etc, 214 Second Ave, S., Lethbridge CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL  CO. Ttlephone 1465 Fire at Winnifred Bow Island Review: A .serious fire occurred at the farm of . J. Collins at Winnifred on Tuesday, June 11. and resulted in considei'able property being destroyed. It appears that Mr. and Mrs. Collins were visiting at Medicine Hat and did not know of the fire until their return home. The five apparently started about twenty minutes to five in the evening, and Frank Claussen who was working in Speeders Fined J. H. Hearne and L. Stakley, speeders, came under the $20 minimum at police court this morning. It is understood Maglstarte Irwin has set a sliding scale of fines for the speeders. Next month the fine on conviction will be $25, and It will increase $5 a month thereafter. By next December it, is thought the auto drivers will have become fairly familiar with the Herbert Brenon's ^ Greatest Masterpiece FORBES-ROBERTSON DARED SUBMARINES FOR BRENON Fulfilled Contract to Appear "Passing of the Third Floor Back" In THE OTHER A HAIR CUT That will make the most of your appearance, WESTBROOK BROS. . . Opposite Bank of Montreal , 'fThe Sanitary..Shop" The Daughters and Maids of England are holding an ice cream social at the home of MrjL 'BlnBlne', 119 Cth at the honfe ofS^^lrHamnttlnB; IW 16tii afternoon and ojiontng. M.o cream and plain cake will'be serve'd. Everybody welcome. . 168-2 The sum of $50,000 was paid Sir Johnston Forbes-Robertson for his enactment of the role of The Stranger In his greatest success, the "Passing of the Third Floor Back," which Herbert Brenon has transferred to the screen. This remarkable production will be shown at the Empress tonight for the last time.-Advertisement, To Farmers For Your Help Phone 1412 We have roade our usual ar-> rangements tor farm bjlp tblt spring and can take cave of your orders promptly and satli-lactorlly. J. HARRIS & CO. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS T TANKS WE MAKE THE BEST IN THE COUNTRY. The SASH & DOOR FACTORY " Phone 663 Our Phone Service MUST SATISFY YOU BETTER THAN A PERSONAL CALL. R. Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market The Oldest Established Meat w'ttrket. in the City. HAY for sale CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALPAL* FA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW, CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS. PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenut) South Telephone 732 TheTwentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" DROP IN 514 fourth avenue PHONE 613 The National Portable Typewriter Successor to the pen Two colored rlblfcn, back spacer, tabulator, weight 12 lbs., inolud' lo" fase tot' carrying,! , \ Price $58,50 � EVERALL & FRANKS phone 1107 ^ 1 OFFICE OUTFITTERS FOURTH AVE. AND JIFTH ST. 3. 05804220 ;