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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta JUNE LETHBHIIKii DAILY HE1ULD PAGENflflB DISTRICT NEWS BOW ISLAND IS LOOKING FOR MAYOR Post in Was Fire From Our Otvn CorreBDondoni Bow Juno Every thing is in readiness for tomorrows Workers are adequately prepared to handle the expected Booths will be open from 7 until 10 at the following Town Seattle Robertsons Bell offlpe of Bell Street the Bedell Furniture Store the rest room Olivers Harness fchop Primary School School in the Hoag lln Townspeople are requested t register early in the morning to avoid any possible congestion that tulgiit The Mayoralty Now that several names are being Wiicpered about as probablo candid ates for tho office of citizens are again taking an Intelligent inter est in the welding of civic affairs of the various townsmen two have served In the capacity of mayor to Bow Island In days gone Both of these men are worthy of citizens support and ardent Dur ing their term of office Bow Island enjoyed prosperity and was success fully assisted over many Their actions were always promoted bv A true and unselfish consciousness o public Our need for a man possessing the proper qualifications for mayor was never so strongly urgent and with such a golden opportunity before us tt elect the hand of a man that has proved its worth as a powGrtul ns ency in maintaining the towns stabil ity stimulating Its let ua cast our vote for one of our tor mer and Shearer are at jiresent on their farm in trie south Qualley of Lethbrldge was a visitor in Bow Caughey of Burdett the aiicst of Broad on Steve Halpin spent the week end with his returning to Calgary Camp Sunday The sympathy of a wide circle of friciids is extended to those left lo mourn the loss of Hamel who jidssed away on his farm west of Bur last Burial was con ducted here on Saturday and Halpin of Fore most wore the guests of Halpin Broadway Miss Queenlo Dunn of Wlnnifrod is the guest of The Chautauqua While the Chautauqua troupe have moved on they have not been with us In vain for In place of an emptiness they have left with us a great and valuable mental stimulative Tho Inspiring Ideals and forms of so ably expressed by their performers will ever remain with those who witnessed the var performances of Bow Islands six Jay The best news I for uu all is that Chautauqua will bo with us again next year and we can confidently anticipate for that date an equally excellent programme KB ve enjoyed this and Johnston return ed homo on Saturday from where they have been visiting their eon for the past few and Laitt of Grassy Lake wore the weekend guests of First and Mclnerney of Sun were guests here on Thompson of Medicine Hat who has been visiting his First Avenue for the past of returned home on Baseball Game Ono of the finest baseball exhibi tions of the season was staged at the park on Saturday afternoon when the Bow Island boys defeated tho Grassy Luke team It was a great game and the deafening cheers of tho large crowd of onlookers must have con veyed to tho boys the crowds apprec iation of their enthusiastic Both teams were It eon and showed grtmt Another game is an ticipated for an early Bowe of Burdett spent Sunday with her Porter visited here on A Fire Firo caused slight dumagu to tho garage of First Avenue on Monday Warning of tho conflagration was glvon and I ha 1lro soon extinguished by the large number of workers who gathered to offer material assistance carrying A weakend surprise greeted the of this vicinity on Monday when Gordon Evans returned from Medicine Hat with his formerly Cora Both tho bride and groom are well known here and a very enjoyable party took placa ut the home of the grooms par ents on Monday when their many friends availed themselves of the opportunity them for of fering their good to tho newly Hvuna hag since reportud for military service at PiOWHB is ut present III Kubeil of Is ul jjroBtml lha guest ot John fir at ton IIQM relumed home after upending a few iliiya in Misses Gibson anil Neule of Maleb rirn Kitting for tin ul Hie school ami snout K Ueimuu bchuuuii ruiuruud uu Sunday after a few dayi visit with his at Barcee A Presentation The Ladies Aid Of the United church are thin evmlftt folding a social and presentation or and Bish who leave nett week for their new Bishop will visit friends in Coaldale during the coming While sincere regret Is expressed at their departure the congregation rejoices In their well earned promotion and wish them groat success In their new Heber has re turned home after a week spent his at The Ladles Aid of the United church met at the home of Mc Willlams yesterday There was a good attendance and the after noon proved beneficial for those In The aid will be en tertained at the home of Pol lltt on the afternoon of July This meeting wUl be the monthly gather ing of the Womans Missionary Soc iety and a large attendance Is Mitchell and Miss Mit chell of Bow Island returned after spending a vacation visiting their sons and Mitchell of Rose and Bay croft of COSlElWS Frnm Our own June Christine Superintendent of Public Health Nurses for the was a visitor In our mdst on Friday In connection with the medical inspec tion of the school Miss Smith is very optimistic of the results of the new undertaking In the Miss who has been doing the work was inspecting during the first part of the week In the Beaver Pioneer Bequests were handed in for inspection in the White School and the Crystal Lake as well as for some in the Iron SpringsTurin It is doubtful If all these could1 be attended to this as Miss Davidson leaves on tor to prepare an exhibit for the Calgary Ex A number of the members of the Coaldale were pres ent in Lethbrldge at the Maple Leaf Chapter to say farewell and Long on the eve of their departure for Medicine Among those present from here were Edwin and Norton and Miss worthy matron of the local Miss Helseth and Norton were In attendance in Calgary on Wednesday and Thursday at the Grand Lodge Norton has been for the past year Associate Worthy Grand Matron in the Grand A The concert given last Thursday evening under the auspices of Miss Ida Honeysett was a pronounced suc cess in every It Is not often we have the privilege of hearing such a high class evenings The majority of the program was sup plied from the Conservatory of Music and School of with the following local Miss Jessie elocutionary Miss Jennie and little The amounting to are being devoted to the purchase of a silver shield for competition between the schools at the school fair to be held here during The departmental examinations are being held this week and next in school pre Miss Hunt took her examination in music from the Royal Academy of on Saturday in The results are not pub lished She also took part in the recital at the conservatory on Mon day singing On Sunday last the sermon was based on the subject The Kingdom of It Demands of Appropriate music was Next Sunday Kawcett will preach his farewell sermon be fore leaving for new field of The water users are holding a meet ing in this afternoon to get things under way to complete their Their grievance is a real one and with the prospects of a dry year the loss will be consider through failure to get an ade quate supply of In the central part of the district the ditches are so filled with sand from last year that they cannot carry enough water for all the land under the and what water does pome down not equitably with the result that many do not get a lead of water sufficient to accomplish any A strong organisation of water users with Vive men at the head should bo From The Minister of Pvibliu and Beat Automobile of were in town on Thursday on a road inspection While here they were driven over the in this vicinity by Mayor Morrison and their condi tion fully Justified desire shown for The visitors re turned East the same wlio has been telegraph operator here for BOIIH tun been transferred an re Moving agon to llltfii ami lap Iur tliiu point on Uu is HIKJ uernuMtauily by ut who had been relieving operator here for two weeks live stock of in town on Weduas iliiy arranging for the placing of some pure bred in this vicinity I In expects lu tljls wuek with the a luck NEW GO UP A BARONS Burg is Looking Well Under Conditions Are From Our Own CorrcsnonrlBBt baseball game between teams representing Cham pion and Barons was played at the latter town list week and reunited In a victory for the homo team by a score of 9 to On Tuesday evening the Barons accompanied by a large crowd of supporters In Journeyed to Champion for a return Champion Barona The rubber game will be played at Barons on Tuesday evening of next Gate receipts to go to the lied Warnock and Hugh Murray Intend to take a trip by from Barons to thence to Halifax and finally to New re turning home by a more direct They travel In Warnocks Dodge touring car and expect to reach homo again by 1st The AlbertaPacific Elevator Com pany Is tearing Its elevator and the addition which was erected last having found that the machinery does not work the two buildings sat A bushel elevator la to be erected on the sight immediate and Haffern and Miss Dorothy of spent the week end at guests of A new two storey building has just been completed for Protzman and the ground floor of which is to be occupied by Thomas as a general store and the second story as an annex to the of which Ledbetter is Other New Other new business buildings re cently erected are one occupied by Slaymaker as a Saddlery and harness Hansons office and oil dispensary and a large addition to the Pioneer Lumber Com panys A large number of re sidences have also built this quite a few are under c fiP struction and builders have work con tracted to keep them busy all summer and Crop prospects are not all that could be but travellers assert that Barons as shows up extremely well in comparison with other Summerfallow wheat is standing up well and making good as Is also grain on last years but that seeded on fall and spring plowing does as a look Flax on new break ing is doing well so An early rainfall required by all Real estate keeps This week Popham and May sold a section to a local farmer at an In cluding the TO BE EXCHANGED June French prisoners who have been in Germany since will be exchanged on June according to the Petit Register June w The ManPower of Canada includes The Young Men of Sixteen The OrderinCouncil not only provides for the registration of the young men of but further states that after the day of every person within thirty days of attaining the age of register with a Pott It need come as np surprise that young people of 16 should be counted in the manpower of the War has altered many and today a youth is called upon to do a mans is doing too In farm and office and any boy with the right spirit in him will not stay long at the bottom of the People commence to call him Brown or instead of Willie and Ac hat got to up to it I He cannot go around any longer with down on his chin and upper A boy doing a mans work must have a mans Do you know such a boy who might hesitate to buy himself a Gillette Razor Five dollars invested for him now will earn you his everlasting Spare him the shaving troubles most men have had to go through before they discovered the Give him the strong moral support of a good clean shave daily throughout Gillette and Aristocrat Sets cott You will find excellent assortments at Jtwclry and Hardware t GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR of Office and Factory t 6573 AUxandn Kerr Company Can Show You How to Reduce the High Cost of Living By the SelfServing CASH and CARRY SYSTEM The buying public have shown their approval of our system by the splendid support they have given We cut the cost of selling goods by eliminating a certain amount of clerk hire an expensive bookkeeping system an expensive delivery system and the usual These costs may not be added to the particular article you purchase but are reflected in the prices of all goods PRICES CALL AND BE ALL GOODS CATSUP par bottle 24c Diamond per bottls 21c psr bottle 24c CANNED VEGETABLES per tin 22c per per per tin 24c Early per Early per REAKFA8T FOODS Dominion Corn lie He Shredded Wheat 14c per Grape Nuts 15c Raspberries In 39c each 30c Airline 84c Airline 5 each NEW MAPLE SYRUP Pints Half Gallons MATCHES Excise tax on and after July This tax of 1o psr 100 will double the price of todays match Order a ctock now and save tome real Eddys Silent 12 boxes 35c Eddys Silent 3 In 24 Punch per bottle SHc Braids per tin 46c per tin Van Camps Spaghetti 1Sc Van Camps Chill Con Cams 15c Baking City Salad Dressing 2 for 23c Crystallised per PRESERVE YOUR EQCS NOW 1 tins 17c 2 94c Uowneys 29c Salad Yacht Club 41c per Ib 12e Royal pkg 24q 4 cakes 4 cakes 28c White to cakes 73c l pkgs 23c Old Dutch Cleanser Be iltioc Ojuiberti tic Kerrs Special this 3 I per Ib 47c Snlders large 18c assorted Ho Clarks assorted 13c finest for psr tin 22c Deep Sea per tin California per tin He SEC OUR ATTRACTIVE PRICES ON OUIVIS Heins SwMt pint 30e PI nest Laks Shore California EvaporatsU Bar 6060 psr box 26 Loganberry has taste that ling ers 18c and Lima per bottle Grape gallon special 30o psr and Me psr and basket 20e 4 26o Hot 3tc New per fc large each 23c and 33c fancy Bings and Cantaloupe to arrive at leweet market ;