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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 20, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NORDHEIMER PIANOS EDISON Phonographs ASSINIBOIA MUSIC co., LTD. "Everythina Musical" 315 6th Street South" Phone 1545 V __ LETHBRIDGE fBAILY HERALD f HOTEL >y IN PS OR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. ' I It's Poor Economy to Cook Over a Hot 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 NiUiirally It c.oal^money to maliUatii n croilit nri il ticlivory system and the oxtrn cost bus to be PRi(l_ by somcoiio or el3e the merchant goes broke. We hav e solvod the prolcufnrid have cUmtiinted this extra cost. The saving goes into your pocket in cheaper go oils. Our NEW CASH SYSTEM is tlie only solution. "We credit but deliver tfoods at a small charge or 15c and up. Think it over and got one ot our catalogues for list oC prices. Kyorything reduced In price. WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW. YOU CAN'T KEEP IT DOWN. FOR TOMORROW, Preserving Pineapples. Regular $3.45 size for $2.95 per dozen. Bing Cherries, 30 lb. cases, per case..........................$6.75 J*reserving Pineapples, Jlegular $3.45 size for, per dozen..............$2.9S Bing Cherries, 30 lb. cases, per case....... .....................$6.75 -LOOK FOR OUR AD. TOMORROW^- HighClais rj^'f f ^ C\CW\ C^C\ Phones Cash Grocers ^1 IllL V^V/V/l^ V>V/� 525 and 1271 CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-599 MARKETS Simple Kodak Pictures of The Folks at Home Make the boys overseas more cheery, and letters with such pictures are especially welcome. *S. Let us show you how easy ftyis to make pictures bv the Kodak wav. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL ^^le^aHcM* store PHONE 1487 Winnipeg. .Tunc 20.-The offerings on the local grain market were light today and spreads remained unchanged from yesterday. There was a lair demand for barley. Oats closecJ U lower for July and 1,2 lower for October. Klnx closed % higher for October. Klax elosed'~2% for July and I'.i higher for October. WINNIPEG MARKETS. Oats- Open Close July ...................86 U SO'a October ......I.........72% T2'J 1-lax- July ... October ..............3TS 379 i.i ..............350 ;i52 CASH PRICES. CITY AND DISTRICT Fixed Up Soldiers' Plots. Several members of the Rotary Club, the Great War Veterans and other.i spent from four till eight yesterday afternoon at Henderson Park filing up the 113lh Battallion plot. Owing to the absence of many of the workers from the city, much work is left undone, but arrangements are being made to carry on until such lime as all the plots are fixed up. The work was donp under the direction of Supt. ilitcheH and Supt. Morris ot the parka and streets departments. A couple of troups of boy scouts were prepared to help when it was first intended to do the work two weeks ago, but owing to the schorti examinations they were prevented from doing so last evening. Mesdaraes Ritchie. Kirk-ham and Baalim were present and served lunch to the workers. NOTICE Injurad By Auto. Shortly alter one o'clock this afternoon while Andrew Agrios, proprietor of the Paris Hotel was turning the corner at the I'nion Bank off 3rd .\ve. to drive nc '.{h on 5th St. his car got out of cont 'ot. and jumping the curb, ran into R. -V^ Scott of tlie City Bakery, knocking'him doon and cutting a gash in his liead, which required the services of a doctor. Capt. Short investigated and decided that the trouble was purely accidental. Mr. Scott was rather badly shaken up. ^ The accident occurred on the park side of th^ street and was due to 'a defective .steering gear, the car having been in the garage recently for repairs for the same trouble. Oats-No. 2 C.\V...S5-s Extra 1 Peed ____ -No. 1 Feed, 79"8 Barlev- No. 3 C.W. 121 Xo. No. 2 C.W...S2-(i .......82-i Feed, 7(i.iiJ Xo. -I C.W. IIG Pure Paris "> * : : NOTICE is hereby given that David i JlcClure Boyd ot Xew Dayton, in the 1 Province ot Alberta, intends to apply i for a license to operate a pool room \ at New Dayton. The application has ; been approved by C. I^. .A.tkins. D. M. BOYD. Ad 3 Applicant. A Splendid Program At Empress Tonight "Macbeth," which Is the attmction at Uie Empress theatre tonight tor the last time, is one of the greatest film productions of the season. In addition to having Sir Herbert Tree and Constance Collier in the leading roles of this Sh'ikespearian drama, the film production was supervised by D. W. Griftlth, the master-director ot the screen. Chaplin will also be seen in "The Pawnshop." This is one ot his best.-Advertisement. Rejected ......................110 Feed ..........................109 Flax-No. 1 N. W. C.................380 No. 2 C.W. 37G1A No. 3 C.W. 351 Vj WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK, Winnipeg. June 20.-Union Stock I Yards receipts today were SaO cattle I and 12S7 liogs. Cattle trading slow and prices were steady at yesterday's quotations. Hog prices gained another twenty-five cents a" hundred. Eastern buyeri were on the market. Quotations: Butcher steers, *7 to $1-5: heifers, I $t;.r.O to $13; cows. 14.50 to $12; bulls, I ?,").5n to S9.5(i; oxen, ?6 to $11; stock-i ers and feeders, $ti.JO to $11; calves, I ?S to |1G; sheep and lambs, $10.50 to $i7.r,o. Hogs.-Selects. $18; heavies. $10.50 to $17.50; sows, $11.75 to $12.75; lights, $14 to J1G.25. CALGARY LIVESTOCK. Calgary. June 20.-The market was ^ � stronger for hogs today at ?1S. Eight | i loads arrived on the market. Pour | loads ot cf.tlle came in, the best being i quoted at $12 and best cows $10. I Stockers are BtiU very slow. (Secure your requirements now as It will lilce-ly be scarce In a few weeks. ^ Pound?........$1.00 Half Pounds......50c ARSENITE OF LIME A new Insecticide for Potato Bugs. Pounds .........50c THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Succeiiors to Jackson &^e. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building , .;. .;. CAN'T REGISTER AT THE POST OFFICE 1^ The public is notified that it is not possible to register at the post office. Those having cards may register tit the Patriotic fund office at the top floor ot the postoffice building. ? : ? : : : : ? > : CITY AND DISTRICT Inspector Telegraphs, r:, II. Goodfi^llow, inspector of CP. R. telegraphs is ii visitor in the city today. W. M. McPbail Here. W. M. .McPhall of the Bitulitliic Paving Co. is in the city from Winnipeg. 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 buyiiig now. Inspect our stock, compare our prices Consumers Hardware Co. Exemption Appeals. John Skilling ot Diamond City, lias been allowed till Nov. 1 to report. -J. G. Harry, Claresholm, has been disallowed. Household N e c e s sities ,We have a special 1,000 Sheet Roll of Tissue Toilet Paper...................20c, or 3 for 50c Smaller Size Crepe Tissue in Rolls or Oval, 4 for 25c Our Shipment ot WAX PAPER for cooking has arrived." Large Packages................ 15c, or 2 for 25c PHONE 1265 LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK Robertson's Book Store LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK Card of Ts.anks The family and relatives ot Gunner Jesse Carter, 39th Battery, C.F.A., wish to thank their many friends tor sympathy shown in the sad hour ot bereavement in the loss pi their dear mother. The floral tributes were as follows: Sprays. Mr. and Mrs. T. Russell and family, Mrs. Grey's class ot United S. school; Miss E. Hasle-man's class ot United Sunday school; Mr. and Mrs. W. Horne, Mr. and Mrs. I T. Bokell, the Ladies' Aid ot United I church. Sir Alexander Gait Chapter 1. O.. D. E., Mr. and Mrs. T. Turner, From her family, Bessie, Hearty and Annie; Home Department ot United church, Mr. TuUock and family, Mr. and Mrs. Pettley, Miss Gerty Doe. Miss Bateiaan, Mr. and Mrs. Tlckner, Mrs. St/itford, Mre. Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Smeed. the Kentish Aasociation. Wreaths, Mr. P. Wakehouse, the Sunday school of United Church Let Us Show You the short-cut to savings and satisfaction. Roofs, gutters, tin and sheet-metal work done by tiR lasts longer, looks better, and costs less. It you are building, renovating, or just have a tew repairs to make, get our cstl-iTiate for a guaranteed job. We have a shop, men, and material ready to serve you on short .notice. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co REAR STAFF:0RD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE. ALBENTA* Superior Supply Co. MINING, BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES . AND EQUIPMENT EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS SECOND AVENUE AND THIRTEENTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE A HAIR CUT That will make the most ot your appearance. WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal "The Sanitary Shop" Toiiet Waters The hot weather makes one think of cool refreshing Toilet Waters. We have them iri" great variety. VIOLET, HELIOTROPE, LAVENDER, ROSE, ARBUTUS, ETC., ETC. And a full line of Roger &. Gallet's, PIver'si Atkinson's Extracts and Cologne Waters. X D. Higiabothan & Co -- Limited --^ Provincial Drive. George Hoadley, .M.L.A., leader of the opposition, has called a meeting of all the local members ot parliament from Red Deer south tor the Pailiser hotel, Calgary, on Thursday afternoon to prepare for the drive for Red Cross fimds in the province at (}n carls, date. Lumber Yard Burned, The Becker and Yates Tvumbor yards at Nemlscam were burned on i Monday night, the loss it is under-I stood, being considerable'! This Is the third time these yards have been fired, and grave suspicion exists that they have been set on fire by someone. 7km JbMtt "Al!iert�'s Plantar DruoflUta" Whslasal* and RsUII ChsmlttA, tELEPHONB No. 122 To Get Riders, A. P. Day. who is managing the stampede here this year along with Ray Knight, is in the city today. He is leaving shortly to attend stampedes in Montana, particularly the big fron tier celebration at .Missoula, where he will pick up several nifty riders for the Lethbridge exhibition. Death of Richard Himes, There died in the city on June m. Richard P.. llimcs, aged (14 years. Tlio l)ndy wa.s removed to MacKay and .MacKny's where it is being held awaiting instnictions from the son, ."%hijor lllmes of Bymun. .Montana. Tlie iin\e and/place of the funeral will be iuiuounced later. For Red Cross. The Hon. Treas, Red Cross society acknowledges with thanks the sum ot ?i72 from the Rod Cross society. Xew Dayton. $170 of this amount was i-ais-ed by the raffle of a steer given by .Mr. \Vm. Scott and the balance the proceeds of n dance in Mr. Scott's barn on June 14. $20 proceeds ''oi rai'tlo ot sideboard cloth per .Mrs. A. Greenwood, Spring Coulee. engine returned about 1.30 this afternoon. Gets Promotion. Word bus Ijcen received by friend.'i In the city tliat Tlionias Palerson, formerly a player with the Lctlibridge Overseas Foul hall club has been promoted to the rank of Keg. Sergeant Major. Tommy has seen some heavy fighting and been twice wounded. He joined up with the ,".Oth IJatt. at Calgary and later was transferred to the fighting tenth. Regimental Serg. .Major Patersoii is a brothnr-ln-law of John H. Hastoa ot the Post Oftico staff. Motoring Party. ^tf. and .Mrs. Frank BolieriU and daughter Betty of Salt I^ake City were In the city last night having motored through from Utah. The party continued their trip this morning. Mr. Bottorill. la one of the largest automobile dealers in tlie intermouutain states. LICENSE STOCK YARDS Washington, June 20.-All stock yards in the United States today were ordered by President Wilson to he put under Federal license. Hoarded Flour, Fined. Several people in the Taber district have learned recently that there is such a thing as a law against tood hoarding in Canada. Within the past few days there have been a number of prosecutions by the A.P.P., and a number ot convictiofis registered. One farmer was found with ;i350 pounds of flour in bis luime. He paid $100 and costs. The A.P.P. are keeping very strict watch for food hoarders and will prosecute all Infractions of the law. Engine Went to Warner, Owing to a misunderstanding the Lethbridge tire fighting Apparatus wlilch was sent to Warner last tiight in response to a call from that town was delayed for two or tliTee hours during which time It might have done inucli-good there. It had first been intended to send the combination pump down by special train, and it was all loaded on a flat car at eight o'clock ready to go. However word was received from a Warner party shortly after that time that the fire was under control and the engine would not be needed. About 11 o'clock one of the Warner authorities called up and asked that the engine he sent down by road as Uiere was grave danger still that the whole town would bo wiped out should there be a shift in the direction of the wind.. Chief Hardy and a party of men then left after midnight and arrived in time to guard against the spread ot the fire. The Ditches Not Cleaned, .\.-S. Dawson, chief of the C.P.R. irrigation department at Calgary is in the city today" In connection witli the water shortage in the Coaldale district. The chief-trouble at Coal-dalo seems to have been caused by the fact that the ditche.i were not kept clean and were therefore incapable of carrying the amount of water now demanded by the tanners for their crops. FEW CARS Finest timothy HAY FOR SALE , PROMPT HIPMENT WE CAN SUPPLY No. 1 Turkestan Alfalfa Seed FROM STOCK f. 0. hyde & Co. Phone 1244 . Lethbridge PHONE 733 FOR THE O.K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery. 817 Third Ave. . Pictures of Home Folks Curry warmth and comfort to the heart ot a soldier. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY. Smith's Studio ^ 906 Third Ave, 3, Phone 1471 Don't Care Whether You Eat or Not This Hot Weather? �UTiat you should do is to visit our Grill and let u'a serve you Bometlilng templing in the lino ot salads, fruits and other dishes guaranteed to tempt the hot �weather appetite, THE BEST WHITE COOKS IN THE CITY ARE AT Cor, 4th Ave. A Sth St. Special Prices for the Red Cross Dealers in^Scrap Iron and Metal Highest prices paid tor Metals, Rubber, etc. 214 Second Ave, S., Lethbridge CANADIAN HIDE AND METAL CO. Telephone 1465 t ANNOUr^CEfilENTS The Major Jack Ross Chapter of the 1, O. D. E., are nmking u collection ot old clothes, rags, rubber and copper. Anyone having same phono 1783 and Uiey will be called tor: loS-U Coultry has it and it must bo good for we have been selling meats by phone to the most particular people iij Lethbridge tor 30 YEARS LET'us SERVE YOU R. Coultry .Phone 492 The Alberta Meat. Market The Oldest Established Meat Market In the.City. TANKS WE MAKE THE BEST IN THE COUNTRY. The SASH & DOOR FACTORY ' Phone 663 for sale CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY. UPLAND, ALFAL. 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 The Twentieth Century Book Store To Farmers For Your Help Phone 1412 We have mado our (isual arrangements for farm help th la spring and cnu take cnre ot your orders promptly and eatls-fi^otorliy, J. HARRIS & CO. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" DROP IN 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 The National Portable Typewriter .SUCCESSOR TO THE PEN Tv,'o colored ribbon, back spacer, tabulator, weight 13 lbs,, .Including cape for carrying. ' I Price $58.50 EVERALL & FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS FOURTH AVE. AND FIFTH ST, 8, PHONE 1107 ;