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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ^ NORDHEIMER PIANOS EDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. "Everything Musical" 315 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EURdPEAN PLAN MEALS PROM 6,00 A.M. TO 8,00 P.M. , CHOICE MEATS FOR TOMORROW EXPERIMENTAL IfARM LAMB CHICKENS BEEF - PORK - VEAL NO. 1 DAIRY BUTTER ALL FRESH AND CHOICE Delany's Meat Market OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL FHONE 452 CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 9-2664 Simple Kodak Pictures of The Folks at Home Makp tho boys oTorf,"'as moro clieciy. letters ^'iih suoh pictures iiro especially welcome. Lot us show you how easy it is to make pictures by the Kodak way. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL ^^^a^f^ store PHONS 1487 I GOVT, mi In YieldinR Apparently to the Discontented Elements in - Ireland T,on(ion.' June 21.-Ear] Curzou's Fpoech In the house of lords last night, immediately seized upon in the lob-hies as an admission of a breakdown in the government's Irish policy, in-(licaiins, as it did. the abandonment !or the present at least of any attempt to introduce, a Home liule bill, is treated in this mon-ini; s newspap-' ers a.s a sensational development and ; is nuule the theme of sharp comment. . The I'nionist Morning Post says: ! "The government once more has burn- j cd its fingers very badly by a mixture I of rashness and inconstancy. What | will be the-effect of this abject sur-j renaei* to the intransigeance of Irish ; discontent and the arrogance of the ! Irish Catholic hierarchy remiuns to be �seen. Kvery new departure and experiment in Irish policy brings us back. t.o_bedrock fact-the necessity aiid the iiievitSbflify of the maintenance of tlie Union." 'l^ess rigidly partizan newspapers are hardly less severe iu their comment. "Irish priests and bishops have played a leading part in killiug both From 10 % to 20 / of f Your Grocery Bill Seems hardly possible yet It is an acknowloiiRed fact h;. those who'havc trntlod here under OUR NEW CASH SYSTEM that these Imve been the results,and on some articles ovon iv blKger diseouiit. It stnnds to reason A BIG SAVING IS MADE by eliinliuiting h;id debts and delivery coats, then there Is tho extra hui'incss to consider besides our extra buying fneilltifs bv paying cash. Think It over,  THE PRICES ADVERTISED HERE ARE OUR EVERYDAY PRICES. WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW. YOU CAN'T KEEP IT DOWN. STRAWBERRIES. A Inrfle shipment to Arrive'f?r I tomorrow. Lowest prices. ' BING CHERRIES. Shipments have been coming In all week. An extra lot for tomorrow, 2 lbs. 45c 10 lbs, for............................. $2.00 20 lbs. for ............................. $3,85 These are exceptionally/ low prices and the quality is the finest. LEMONS, fine large California stock, per doz. 43o OTHER FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. A full line at lowest prices. ONTARIO CHEESE, per lb............... 28c BRICK CHEESE, oer lb.....................38o LIMBURGER CHEESE, 2 lbs................45s POTATOES, finest Albertas, dry and mealy, per cwt..................................... $2-35 FLOUR, GRAHAM OR WHOLE WHEAT, 24 lb. sacks, each ............................. $1.45 CANNED TOMATOES, 2 for ...............45o Per case .............................. $5.30 CANNED CORN, per tin..................... 24o Per case................................$565 CATSUP. Sniders. per bottle ............... 29c CORN FLAKES, oer package ............... l2c CANNED PINEAPPLE, sliced, small tins ... 16c No. 2 tins, each .......................... 28c DATES, per package ....................... 18c CHOCOLATE, for baking, Lowneys, per cake 21c CHOCOLATE, for baking. Bakers, per cake .. 23c COCOA, Lowneys. 1 lb. tins, each............47c CRISCO, 1 lb. tins, each.................... 35c V/z lb. tins, each..........................55o - 3 lb. tins, each .....................^----$1'05 0 lb. tins, each .......,..................$2.10 PURE LARD, 3 lb. tins, each.............., 99o 5 lb. tins, each ......................... S1-o4 10 lb. tins, each.........................$3.25 EVAPORATED LOGANBERRIES, per pkg. 33c CALIFORNIA PRUNES, large size, per lb.... 18c PURE HONEY, 12 oz. Jars, each ........... 26c 21 i lb. tins, each ......................... 90c 5' lb. tins, each ........................ $1'80 PURE JAMS, 4 lb. TINS Wagstaffes Strawberry, per pall ........... 92o Wagstaffes Raspberry, per pail ..............88c SMITHS OR NELSONS Strawberry, pernc., featuring Louise Lovelv, Carmel ^:ir"V:v'' p""""- "f"" b; rh; Jmtmm^'orth;^^;nm;^rto premier at the Empress theatre to-, t,,^ ^,ppp,. ,. vail and crime ceiscs then, pcrhaiis, when peace comes, there may be another opportunity for home rule. If crime and treason continue then Ireland must expect, and will certainly experience the heavy hand. "Lord French will see that there is no rebellion in Ireland." The Graphic says: "The v;ors'. elements in Ireland have been allowed night and tomorrow. Unusual swimming, dancing and diving achievements feature in this picture beautiful. -.-Vrtvertisement. PHONE 733 FOR THE REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery. 817 Third Ave. Replace Dome During the terrific windstorm last' fall which did so mucii damage j throughout the city, the sphere on the top of the post office tower waa blown: off. The contract for replacing it and! , , . . repairing the tower has been awarded! ^' '^'^ � ^"^'^ 'o the Dixon Sheet Metal Co., and Mr.! -Pixon and his assistants are busy to ' Oats closed I'uC higher for July and October. Flax closed higher for June and Sc higher tor October. WINNIPEG MARKETS, Oats- Open Close July ....................Si; ST October ................T2'.i 74"4 Flax-July ...................-iTSVj :iSO October ...............o51 355^3 CASH PRICE.S, Oats-No. c.\v...s6", .'i:xtra 1 Feed . .. No. 1 Feed. .si'.Vi Barlev- No. :! C.W. 122 Flax- No. C.W.. .............S:!":i No. J Feed, 77 No. 4 C.\V. 11V day erecting a ladder over the steep ,owor in order to replace the sphere. The dangerous work is being watched �.vith great interest by many citizens who pass the post office daily. Geo. Whitman has demanded clemency to' three �pw Yorkers convicted of murder. Da Household Necessities 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 of WAX PAPER for cooking has arrived. Large Packages . ............15c, or 2 for 25c PHONE 1265 LETHBRIDGE HOT-EL BLOCK Robertson's Book Stores LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK. Winnipeg, Juno 21.-Receipts at the Union Stock Yards today were 'J.'iO cattle and 14:12 liogs and 'AO sheep. Tire cattle trade was quiet with an easier feeling on all linos. Veal calves, sheep and lambs firm. Hogs steady to firm. Quotations: Butcher steers, S7.50 to $14:o0; heifers, $7 to ^_3; cows. $4.50 to $12; bulls. $5.75 to $y.."iO; oxen, ?� to $11: stockers and feeders, |7 to $n; veal calves, $8 to ?16. Sheep and lambs, $10.50 to ?17.50. Hogs-Selects, $18; heavies, $i:i.Sij to $14.75; sows, $11.75 to $12.75; stags, $ri.50 to $12.^0; lights, $14 to .' 116.^5. Calgary Livestock Calgary, June 21.-Hog receipts at ; the Alberta stock yards are very , light, though bidding is keen tor ! what are available. The cattle receipts, I too, are very low, owing to the dry : period on thai ranges. Fifteen cars ot! hogs were received on Friday and 9 [ cars of cattle. The top figures record- i ort for hogs wa? $18,10, this price be- \ ing paid tor a small bunch ot selects. Top cattle ranged from $12 to $12.50. Beauty is a ' Duty Xature has endowed you with personal charms and it is your duty to protect them. In order to keeivJour akin soft and velvety and, maintain the pink of a perfect complexion you should use- NYALS' FACE CREAM This cream will supply the nourishment which the skin needs, remove snliburn and give a rosy tint' to the complexion. Buy a jar,today. � if � Price 25c and 50c the jar THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson & Co, Telephones 55,5 and 1232 Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Is Wounde'd Jas. Murray. Hlllcrest, Alta.. Is In the casualty Hats today as wounded. New Retlaw Co. Tho Retlaw Masonic Construction Co.. has been incorporated with a capital of $20,000. Shipment of Gas Ranges bought before the last advance in price, just toliand. If you are interested act quickly. You will save 25/o by buying now. Inspect our stock, compare our prices Consumers Hardware Co. Weed Inspector J. D. Smith, chief inspector of weeds for the province is in the city todav on a tour of the southern part of the province. celved his honorable discharge, Sergt, MuUIns was wounded in the fighting with the Canadians In France last year. Prior to enlisting he operated a transfer service in Lethbridge. Alberta Motor League Jlr. BlRckburne, organizer for the Alberta Motor League was in the city this morning,for a shor.t time visiting President Green of the Lethhridge club. Mr. Dluckburno oxuocts to re-j turn to Lethhridge Saturday, He left tor Bow Island this afternoon to visit the Wheat Belt Motor Club. Sheet Metal Craftsmen We design and make practically anything In tin and sheet metal, \\Tiat do you require? Boxes, trays, pipes, gutters, cornices, skylights, windows, roofs .ceilings, floors, utc. No matter what your needs* In tin, galvanized or corrugated ,iron, copper, brass or other sheet metal, we can fill tho bUL iThe Dixon Sheet Metal Co. ^REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA A HAIR CUT That will make the most your appearance, WESTBROOK BROS, Opposite Bank of Montreal _"The Sanitary Shop" of Superior Supply Co. MINING, BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES ANDliQUIPMENT EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS SECOND AVENUE AND THIRTEENTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE FEW CARS FINEST TIMOTHY HAY FOR SALE PROMPT SHIPMENT WE CAN SUPPLY No. 1 Turkestan Alfalfa Seed FROM STOCK F. 0. HYDE & Co. Phone 1244_Lethbrldpe Toilet Waters The hot weather makes one think of cool refreshing Toilet Waters. We have them in great variety. VIOLET, HELIOTROPE, LAVENDER, ROSE, ARBUTUS, ETC., ETC. And a full line of Roger & Gallct's, River's, Atkinson's Extracts and Cologne Waters. J. D. Hiiinbolham & Co - Limited ' Jiom AlberU't Plonesf Druoo'���" Wholesale and Ret�ll Chemist*. -1'ELEPHONE No. 123 ^ Wanted in Edmonton R. C. AVrlght. of Edmonton, was taken through the city last night on his way north from Great Falls in charge ot tho A.P.P. He Is wanted in the capital on a charge of auto stealing. Personal Mention - A. X. Mclntyre is a Carniangay visitor in the city. A. H. McKcown was in the city lust night from his farm at Craddock. R. R. Stoner, ot Uedclift, is in the city. I Taylor Statten Coming i Taylor Statten, tho national Y. M. I C. A. boys' work secretary, and now of the Canada Food Board in charge of the S.O.S. Dioveilient will bo hero on Sunday, Juno .10th, to speak at Knox church In the morning and at Wesley at night. Single Fare Tho C. P. R. is announcing single fare rates top the Calgary fair whiidi opens next week. It Is expected that a sImllKr concession \*1I be granted in Ijhe case of the Lethhridge fair and stampede. Oddfellows' Memorial The OddfDiloWs ol tho city held their annual memorial servjco last evening In tho Oddfellows' hull at which the Sisters ot the Rebekah Degree wero present and other visiting Oddfellows. Major Burnett acted as chairman and a very earnest address was given by Mr. Falrley, The memorial service in remembrance ot the departed brethren was solemn and Inspiring. monton.to Winnioeg and thenco via i\Iinnea))olis and iJes Moines to Kans as City. The convention renresonls about 18,000 Rotarlans and opeua on Tuesday next. W. A. Buchanan Goes Overseas. W. A. Buchanan, Jl.P. left this week tor the east, where he will join a party of thirty Canadian newspaper men. who are going overseas at tho invitation, and as the guests ot the' British government. They will visit tho western front, the grand fleet and iflven a first hand acquaintance with Great Brituin's war efforts. It Is likely the party wilT hot return until the middle ot August. Tho other western newspaper men in the party are ,1. II. Woods, tho Herald. Calgary. W. C, Nichol, the Province, Vancouver: K. H. Macklln, tho Free Press, WInni-Iieg, and ft. L. Richardson, tho Tribune, Winnipeg. BORN CHOQUETTBl-At Mro. Van Haar-Igm's Hospital on Monday, Juno 17th, to Mr.- and Mrs. A. C. Choquette, a son. 162-1 Returned Men .�\nolher batch of returned nnen are expected to arrive in Calgary within the next week, according to a telegram received by Secretary Mitchell, of the Great War Veterans' association. B, E. Thellan and A. Rosine. of Lethhridge, are among tho names mentioned. Allowed Until Nov 1. N. J. Oliver, Lethhridge. B. U Gray, Yetwood, are allowed until Nov 1 to report. H, A, Fraser, KIpnenville, is put in B2 class, A. Maskkleme, Coleman, allowed till Nov 1. N, O. BIgo-low. Cardston. .Nov 1. Tho board ot review will sit at Lethhridge for two days commencing Monday the 21th. Attend Rotary Convention V. K. Green la leaving tonight to attend tho annual convention ot the International Association of Rotary Clubs at Kansas City next week, as tho delegate, from tho Lothbrldgo club, tho youngest organization of tho kind In the Dominion. He will go by way of .Minneapolis where he .will join tho largo delegation from tho Calgary and Edmonton clubs who are leaving today via the Grand TninU from Kd- Death of Infant There died In the city on June 20, Alice Ronilchuic. infant, daughter of Nick Romlchuk, ISOl 6th Avenue North, Tho funeral services were held this afternoon from St. Patrick's church. Interment look place In St, Patrick's cemetery. Is Home ,Iock Mullins, who went overseas with tho llSth Lothbrfdge Highlander, has returned to the city having re- 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 Don't Care Whether You Eat or Not This Hot Weather? Wlmt you shouUl iJo Is to visit our Grill and let us servo you something tempting In the line of salads, fruits and other dishes guaranteed to tempt the hot weather appetite, THE BEST Wf(iyE*