Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 19, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
NOROHEIMER PIANOS EDISON PHONOGRAPHS .ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" 315 6th Str.eet South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGEmiLY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR , EUnOPEAN PLAN ' &1EALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 6.00 P.M. 1 I Si It's Poor Economy to Cook Over a Hbt Stove WHEN YOU THINK OF WHAT OUR COOKED MEATS WiLL DO FOR THE WOMEN OF THE FAMILY. ALL VARIETIES FRESHLY PREPARED AND TEMPTING. Delany's Meat Market OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 9-2664 ? Paying Too Much for Your Goods Naturally II costs monoy lo mnintaiu n i-roiUt nnil lU'Uvovy system nml the px,tra cost hits to be piiUl liy somooiic ol- elav llie men'hnnt guos broke. We hnvo solved tiro iirolem Riid have cllmlnaleil Ihl.s extrn I'Dst. The aaviUB goes into your pocket in cheajjor nooils. Our NEW CASH SYSTEM is the only solution. Wo Rive no credit but dclivei' (;ood.'! at a small chfty;c of Im: and up. Think It over and get ono of our catalogues for list of prices. KvcrythinK reduced'u price. ^ WATCH CUR BUSINESS GROW. YOU CAN'T KEEP IT DOWN. FOR TOMORROW, Preserving Pineapples. Regular $3.45 size fcr $2.95 per dozen. Bing Cherries, 30 lb. cases, per case..........................$6.75 High-Class Cash, Grocers THE GOOD CO. Two Phones 525 and 1271 CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-599 0! ? MARKETS Simple Kodak Pictures of The Folks at Home Make the boys overseas more dieery, and letters with such pictures are especially ^yelcome. Let us show you how easy It Is to make pictures by the Kodak way. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT I DALLAS HOTEL ^Store PHONE 1487 Close No. A >i � October .........-....'..70% Flax-July ...................o-Ay'8 No. 3 C.W. 349'^ WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK. . Winnipeg. June 19.-Receipts today were 55ii cattle and \.517 hogs. Butcher cattle prices were steady for the few that were in the offerings, the bulk.being stocker."! and. feeders which are selling at slow and easier prices. Hogs rose 25 ceuts a 'hundred. Quotations; Butcher steers. $7.50 to $14.o0;'-h#i-fers $7 to $13; cows, $4.50 to $12: bulls. $5.50 to $9; oxen. $6 to $10; stockers and feeders. $7.26 to $11; veal calves, $S lo $16; sheep and lambs. $10.50 to^$17. HogSk- Selects, $17.75; heavies", $13.25 to $14.50; sows, $11.75 to $13.75; stags. $11.30 lo $12.50; lights, $14 to $11).25. Calgary Livestock Calgary, June 19.-A slow market is reported today from the stock yards. The continued dry weather is affecting the market for stockers and steers. Cattle are quoted at $12.60 and hogs are steady at $17.85 with receipts lig|it. Pure Paris Secure your requirements now as it will likely be scarce in a few weeks. Pounds .......$1.00 H^U Pounds...... 50c ARSENITE OF LIME A new Insecticide for Potato Bugs. Pounds ;......, . 50c THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. SucceMors to Jackson & Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building- CITY AND DISTRICT -__ An Idler Fined Jack Oriustein appeared before Magistrnto Irwiu this mornins in tlie city police court charged with being an idler and was fined $5 and costs. Is Home ' Q. M. Sergt. W. U. Burnett, who went overseas early in the war witlv Iho 7th Artillery Brigade has returned homo.^ ^Fiss A. P. Dingraan, a Stratford girl, an expert in library work, has accepted the Field Secretaryship of Immigration and Foreign"" Community for Ohio and West Virginia, under the .National Board of the Y.W.C.A. Saturday next, at 2 p.m, the fatal hour for tilassman,-Advert. :,We have a special 1,000 Sheet Roll of Tissue Toilet Paper .. ... .> .; .. . ;^20c, or 3 for 50c Smaller Size; Crepe Tissue ill Rolls or Oval, 4 for. 25c ""GUI' Shipment of WAX PAPER for cooking has arrived. Large Packages................. 15c, or 2 for 25c PHONE 1266 , LETHBRIOGE HOTEL BLOCK Robertson's ^Book Store LETHBRIDQE HOTEL BL%CK Let Us Show You the short-cut to savings aud �atlsfaction. Roofs, gutterB, tin and Hheet-metal work done by us iBBts longei-, looks better, and costs less. If you are building, renovating, or just have a few .repairs to make, 'get our estl-matei for a guaranteed job. We haye .a shop, men, and material ready to serve you on, short, ii olive.' TThe Dixon Sheet Metal Co �5AR STAFFORD BLOCK LCTHBRlbCK. ALBEnXA* MINING, BUIlblllG AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS' second XvEnJe and THIRTgENT+l STREET, LETHBRIDQE Another Noted English Actor At The Empress Today and Tomorrow The �film production of "Macbeth" wfiicli will be shown at the E3mpress theatre tonight anu lomonTow.Vs without questian the film cinssic of the year. It was produced on a lavish scale under the personal supervision of D. W. Griffith, the greatest exponent of filmcraft today, and has Sir Herbert Tree, the eminent JBnglish actor in the title role. Also a 2-reeI Chaplin Com-e4y.-Advertisement. Hot Lirlie Juice, (Pints and Quarts) Ginger Cordial^ Lemon Squash, Raspberry Vinegar, Hire's Roof Beer, Welch's Grape Juice, Loganberry Juice, Etc., Etc. iD.Hisiabolkaii&Co -- Limited ' T*o "Alberta** Ploncar DrueaItU* Whettsala and Retail Cheml*t� :rELEPHONE No. S22 Presumed to Have Died Pte. William Goacher who enlisted at Cardston and who was reuorted as missing in 1916 is officially listed us dead. His home-was in England. Mayor Very III The announcement was made at the city hall this morning thi\t .Mayor Hardie, who has been unable lo attend at his office since Saturday, is very ill, and is not likely to be able to resume work for a couple of weeks. Memorial Service The Odd Follows of the city will hold their annual memorial service in the Odd Follows hall Thursday even, ing. June 20th, at 9 p.m. Sisters of the Rebekah Degree and all visiting Oddfellows are cordiiHly invited lo bo present. Masons to'Attend Service Emergent meetings ot North Star Lodge Xo. 4. Lethbridge Lodge No. 39, and Charity Lodge No. 67, A.V. and A.M. will be held on Sunday the i'Srd inst. at 6.30 p.m. in Eurgman's .Hall for the purpose ot attending Divine Service at St. Mary's Church. Visit ing brethren are cordially invited. Shipment of Gas Ranges bought before the last advance in price, just to hand. If you are interested act quickly. You will save 25% by buying now. Inspect our stock, compare our prices Consumers Hardware C o. A Presentation A very iuterosting little event took place yesterday at noon in the machine shop at Xo. C Mine. i)reparatory to the departure of Mr. H. A. Mc^Millan. ma.s-ter mechanic, who is aboufto leave that department to take uu his interests in the automobile business at Carmangay. Tlie event was in the nature of a presetitation to Mr. Mc-.Millan ot a very handsome gold watch and chain in recognition of the esteem in which he was held in that douart-mont. Quite a number of the employees took the opportunity of boinc Iiresent to express their houes and wishes for his success in his new undertaking. Mr. McMillan responded in a very capable manner, expressing his appreciation of their consideration and thanking them for the gift which will always serve as a reminder of his associations at No. (i mine. LARGE SECTION OF PEMOKE BURNS Pembroke. Out., June 10.-A largo section of the main street of Peiji-broke and .severiil fine dwellings �r<: the toll of the fire which broke out here at (i.30 o'clock last evening and tor a time threatened the destructliin of the whole town, owing to prevailing high winds and limited fire fighting facilities. The property loss is estimated at $HO0,OO0, exclusive of an extraordinary loss of $500,000 which A. O'Kolly, cigar manufacturer claims to have suffered by destruction of an immense stock of wines stored in the basement of his building occupied by the F. W. Woolworth Company. There was no loss ot life and a fah-!)ercentag6 of the damage is covered by insurance. MUST BE DISSOLVED, Wa.shinKton. June I'.l.-The'expros? monopoly created under govcrnuicm auspicos must bo dissolved atlcr llu war emergency is passed, under pro visions of the contract signed tO(laj by roprcseniatives of the express conv pany and the railroad admiuiatrat^n lOiistern ' Assiociatlon of BRptist Churche.s at its annual convention,at .Montreal jiassed resolutions urging Baptists to bring pressnire to bear on Ciovernnieuts to consider taxing land values. Special Prices for the Red Cross Dealers In Scrap Iron and Metal Highest prices'paid tor Jlctals, Rubber, etc. 214 Second Ave. S,, Lethbridge CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL CO. Telephone 1465 NON-PARTISAN.. LEAGUE MEMBER ARRESTED A HAIR CUT^ That will make the , most � of your appearance. WESTBROOK BROS, Oppoilte Bank of Msntreal "The Sanitary Shop" THE CITY BOOT AND SHOE REPAIR SHOP First class workmanship and materials. H, LANGUEV, Prop. 408 2nd Ave. S. x Phone 1734 Next Door But One lo 'Lethbridge Hotel FEW CARS FINEST 'HMOTHY HAY FOR 8AI,E PROMPT SHIPMENT WE CAN .SUPPLY No. 1 Turkeltan AUaUa Seed FROM STOCK F. O.HYDE & Co. Phone 1244 Lethbridge PHON5733 FOR THE O. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoea and Small Machinery. 817 Third Ave, Pictures of Home Folks Curry warintU "ind comfort to the heart of a sotdler, MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY.' Smith's ^iidio 906 Third Ave. 8: "'phoile 1471 Don't Care Whether You Eat or Not This Hot Weather? What you should dp is to visit our Grill and let us serve you something tempting in the line of Balad,9, fruits and other dishes guaranteed 'to tempt, the hot weather appetite. THE B^ST WHWEiCOOKS, IN -THE.CITY ARE AT John J. .Marsh, former Dominion police officer, was committed to trial before the Middlesex County Judge on a charge of attempting to bribe Chief Constable Peters ot Kent County to use his influence lo secure exemption for two Kent County %youtlj3 named James and Peter Driver. Fairmpunt, Minn.-The arrest of CliarlesA. I.,indbergh, Non-partisan League candidate for the Republican nomination for Governor of this State was caused .here on Saturday 1)y Sheriff W. S. Carver when he atlelnp'ted to hold a.,meeling on a farm. Two charges were filed, one of Ul-tenipting to hold an unlav.'ful assemblage, the other of conspiracy to violate the slate law forbidding discouragement of enliiitinent. Jlr. Lindbergh was arraigned but was released on bail. His trial was set for June 26. ANNOU.N CEMENTS Any person wanting good soil for filling In a lawn can get sanxe from us without any charge.! TerriU Floral Co. 1,54-li The Major Jack Ross Cliapter ot the I, 0, D. E., are making a collection of old clothes, rags, rubber and copper. Anyone having same phone 1783 and Uioy will be called for. 15S-0 AT THE PARTING The women of the whole world are compasBionately receiving the "good byes" of father, husband, son, brother or sweetheart who iii-e marching away to do their bit in the great conflict. Spoken in many tongues-bearing the same message of parting regrets-implying hesrtfcll hopes ot brighter days'that may be. Mason and Risch Limited, Bulpioral Block, wish you to visit their Player Roll Department and hear, the revised edition ot that simple, jexpresaivo war Honp, "Good Byo Little Girl, Good. Bye," written in march time with niarlial melody-its an old song ever new. 160-1 - BORN . McKlE-fo Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mc-Kle, on Sunday, Juiio 16th, a aoin. 160-1 J. To Partners For Your Help Phone 1412 We have made our usual arrangements tor farm help this aprlne and,,can, take caro ot youf orders promptly and aatla-tactorlly, J. HARRIS & CO. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS Our Phone Service MtlST SATISFY VOU BETTER THAN A PERSONAL CALL. R. Coultry Phofie492 The Alberta Meat Market The Oldest Established Meat Marlcot in the - City, TAN KS WE MAKE THE BEST IN THE COUNTRY The SASH & DOOR FACTORY . Phone 663 � HAY PO'^ SALE CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY. UPLAND, ALFALFA, MIXED TIMOTMy AND ALFALFA AND STRAW, CAREFUL ATTENTION ^TO ALL ORDERS. PROMPT SHIPMEN-f WRITE OR WIRE U3 FOR PRICES. - Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South Telephone 732' TheTweiitieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK.SHOP" DROP IN 614 FOURTH AVENUE , PHONE 613 The National Portable Typewriter SUCCESSOR TO THE PEN , . ' Two,'colored rlbhdu, back'spacer. tabulator, weight 13 ij)s, Including case for carrying. 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