Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 22, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta
NOnDHEIMER PIANOS EDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC. CO.. LTD. "Everything Musical" 315 6th Street South Phone 1543 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.W P.M. Monday is the Week's Longest Day It seems longest to the "average woHmn because its wash clay. Our Cooked Meats are for wash da>\ Delany'sMeat Market ^ OPPPSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 45.? CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 9-2664 Cash for Your Goods ^^EANS LOWEST PRICES FOR YOU. THERE IS NO DISPUTING THE FACT JHAT OUR NEW CASH SYSTEM IS THE ONLY SOLUTION FOR LOWER PRICES. WE ELIMINATE THE UNNECESSARY EXPENSE SUCH AS BAD DEBTS, DELIVERY COSTS. ETC. NOTHING CAN STOP SUCH ^ SYSTEM. FROM GOING AHEAD. ' ' WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW.-YOU GET THE BENEFIT. High-Class Cash Grocers THE GOOD GO. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-599 Phones 525: ? Simple Kodak Pictures of The Folks at Home v M.nUe thp hoys ovor.sca? mnrp clicoiy. niitl Irtteis -.vith surli piotiirc3 are especially wolcor.io. Let u.s show you how o.t?y U is to iiial;o pictures bv the Kodak way. THE KENNY & ALLIN GO., Ltd. LAs^JoTEL-^Wtl^, Store . DAL PHONE 1487 NEW PLAN FOR VIIAL SIAIISIICS Oitawa. June 22.-A confereme ou rital statistics of Canada betwce.? reiv-resentatives of tho. Dominion b>ir�>au of statistics and dolegates of the provincial repistrars-Bcneral and of othiT 'nstitutions interested in tlie siibjecr. was held at the offices of tU'> h'.iroau on Wednesday and Thursday. The conference went into committer; and spent most of the two days in discisssing clause bv clausft ;!ic provisions and scb.edules of .i nietliod which it is proposed si.ould recommended by the conference In;- eu.iii-ment by each of tlie provincial legislatures so far as locU conditions admit. "n the courso of t!;e di^^nission It was resolved that the mode! bill and new schedules should be referred to a committee consistiuK of rspre.^enta-tives of the nine provinces with ir-structions to give effect to '.lie principles agreed upon by the conferonc.-' .Tud to submit the bi^l as finally nett-icd to the rf-pective provincial gov-ern.'cents. * �i-.soluttpns were a'so adoj.-:d in favor of the omission .if -iioriuary: St �'sties ifi.u r-.;i;rc .ensii^.s of tl'.c � I'ominiou kovl; i;'iicnt and t'le org.mi-| i'.n of �: ;-ys'cni of vital .-;atistics ! to Include birtli-\veen il;ffcrei.; ' ties and pr-)viiu'es throniilioi!' ti'.o IJi- i niiuioa aiid bweou t".inar;:i as a \ \vholc. and ��':li;r cmii'! �-. .-ueh su-ii tics lo \w. se-'.ired h> Doniini.-iu ii'jl ; 1'rovim.ial co-operation. s wmm DOINl OAY Kntiuirios as to the bi.g Dominion Day sports to bo-staged here by the mine operators, the ntinors of District No. IK. the G. \V. V. A. and the local Tiades and Labor Couni'il. am being received from every point from Medi-ciiic Hat to Fernie and the local coiu-niittce is arranging to accommodate one of tlic biggest crowd.s in the city's history. The local ooiumittee is lioldiiTE a meeting tomorrow to arrange further details. One of the rules laid down is that there will, be no entry fees tor any of the events. The ladles of the two chapter.^ of the I. O. D. y-::. have, arranged to provide rcfresiiments at the grounds, the proceeds to go lo patriotic purposes. LEfllflE WANIS Beauty is a Duty Nature has endov.ed you with personal charms and it is your duty to protect thom. In ordir to keep your skin soft and velvety and maintain tho pink of a perfect complexion you should use- NYALS' FAC� CREAM This croam will supply the nourishment which tho skin needs, remove sunburn and give. a rosy tint to the com'ploxici;. Uuy a jar today. Price 25c and 50c the jar THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson &. Co. Telephones 555 .nnd 1232 -Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Buy& Big Launches. Miss Lulu Xeilsoii, of Cardston. has returned from the Coast whore she has purchased two blR gasoline lauiu'hcs for W'alerlon Lakes. Those launches are most up-to-date and will no doubt be extensively used by via-Itors to tliH'lakcs this summer. The enterprMiig Miss N'eilson has spent considerable nuiuey In this investment. For Sailors' Fund. Mrs. A. tireenwood of Spring Coulee, sends $5.1)0 lo the Herald for llie Sailor's Fund. Paving Repairs. Work on tho repairs to llrd Ave pavement are under way. The Uilu-llthic Paving Co. are doing the work. Raining Up the Crow. Reports from Crow's .Neat at ten o'clock this morning were that it was raining. Buy a Truck. TlTo Alberta Government Telephones have purchased a new Ford truck with a specially built body, which is used in local installation work. Zurich. Switzerland, June 22.-Nik-1 olai Lenlne, tho Bolshevij; premier o( Etussia. has expressed-his intention of resigning his office, according to a Moscow, despatcii published in the Deulsche Tivges Zeitung of Berlin The .premifjr, mads> this decision, despite the vote of confidence in him recently passed by the Soviet committee. tJie despatch adds. PHONE 733 FOR THE O. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery, 817 Third Ave. CHIXA WILL STAND BY ALLIED CAUSE Winnipeg. Jtine 22.-Offerings again were very light today with little demand tor casli grains. It was a typical week-end summer market. Oats closed \ lower for July and U for October. Max closed J,o higher for ,luly and h'2 higher for October. . WINNIPEG MARKETS. Oats- Open Close I .Uily ....................,STVi Sfi% October ................75 74 V'- Flax- .luiv ...................3S1 :;soi^ \ October................3.')7 ;;es CASH PRICES. Oats- San Francisco, June 22.-"China and 1 the Chinese stand ready at any time: and all times to join any moveiiient! whicli may bring success to the allied | cause; that Is the message the Chinese asked me to bring to the United States," .said Thomae Sammons, American consul-general at Shanghai, here today. "'You'can count on us for anything to help win the war', they told me to teli you,", added Mr. Sammons. Xo. 2 C.\V...SG-)i Kxtra 1 Feed .......... Xo. 1 Feed............ Barley- Xo. 3 C.W. 122 No. 4 Flax-No. 1 N.W.C........... No. 2 C.W. 377Vi No. ."1 No. 3 C.W.. .S.-'.^s ..............83% ........SO-% ! C.W. 117 j .......380ii i C.-R-. 352Vi i B SI Household Necessities iWe 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 HOTEL BLOCK Robertson's Book Store LETHBRIDGE HOTEL BLOCK E Sheet Metal Craftsmen We design and make practically anything in tin and sheet metal. WTiat do you retiulre? Boxes, traya, pipea, gutters, cornices, skylightB, windows, roots .ceilings, floors, etc. No matter what your need.s lit Ita, galvanized or corrugated iron, copper, brasB or other sheet metal, wo can fill tho bill....... The Dixon Sheet Metal Co REAR STAFFORD BLOCK__LETHBRIDGE. ALBEFITA* WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK. Wi'nnip(?g. June 22.-Rocelpte f.o- \ day at the fnion Stock Yards were -1S14 cattle and 207 hogs. The cattle market was txulet. with offerings held over for .Monday's trading. I Hogs weakened ."lO cents a hund- ' red: selects, ?18; heavies. $13.50 to $14.50; sows, Sll.oO to |12..'i0; stags,! $11.51) to $12.50; lights, $14.ri0 to! .?16.2u. Market weak; prospects lower for next week. CALGARY LIVESTOCK.- Calgary, June 22.-There is the usual tiuiet market at tho stock yards this morning, most of the saleable stuff being cleaned up yesterday. There is one car of hogs in and no cattle." Prices for hogs remained at $18-10 and cattle at $12.50. An Invitation To Bathe ; A look at our windows means an ir\YJtation to bathe (if suck vvere necessary this.'weather.) SPONGES are the burden of our ssng today anil we haye them at all prices- 15c to $7.00 We are featuring .a special "Lambs-Wool" at 35c (EXCEPTIONAL VALUE) J. D. Hijinbolbm k Co -- Limited - Died of Pneumonia rte. Henry Mlron. who enlisted here, hut whose home is in North llakota, has died of pneumonia, while in the service. A Small Amount Spent on Varnish Stain win add greatly to the appearance of furnhurc and woodwork of every kiml. Wo have a full lino ot colors in Jap-A-Lac, Stephens and Canada Taint Company brands, also special grades put up by thcMo woU-kuown manufacturers for floors and .work where hard usage Is called for. ENAMELS IN ALL SHADES AND COLORS Autouujhilo paint in all shades froin the best known makers. Floor ;ind Automohlle Wax (Ordlriary and Ijiquid). Johnstons' Old Englisli. Cantida Paint- Company and' Stephens, also furniture and aulomobllo polishes. Varnlshca and ready-mixed paints. In our new store wo are opening a special paint department and are showing the largest and most complete variety to be found west of \Vlnnli)eg. Our prices; quality considered will compare favorably with the largest catalogue houses. We want your business and sooner or later we will have It. Consumers Hardware Co. RESERVE HAL TRADES 10 Completes Work. Word has been received by Walter' Ross from his ."on George who Is at I the Royal Air Force flying school at i Deseronto tliat he expects to complete! his course and leave for the front In | three or four weeks. "Alberta't Pioneer OruoQlai** Whalesale and Retail Chemltta. TELEPHONE No. 323 Fare and Third. A correction is made in tlio statement that single fare would prevail on the C.P.R. to the Calgary fair. The rate,will bo fare and one-third. Tickets are on sale from .hme 27th till July 5th, with return limit July Stii. EiETT'SCASE Calgary, June 32.-Interest in the NtU'iiian Kiu'l Lewis appeal case, already at hi.qh pilch, was intunsiricd >esterday by Chief Justice Harvey's statement that tho decision would bo handed down within two or three (lays. This .was in rospoiiso to Tl. 15. Hennett's ttltlmatum that a de.dsiou in favor ot the appellant could not affect any great nutnher of draftees since by the time a deecision would be handed down most of the men affected by It would have been sent off. As the arguments were ctmipleted yesterday afternoon it decision Is looked for early in the week. Police Net Busy. The Domhiion- Police net was husy ag.Tin !i'.>t night and a number of nic!! wi'.o could not produce certificates under vthe new order-in-council .were tiu.cn to tho .Mounted Police barracks and fined. EXPRESS RATES INCREASED. Washington. Juno 22.-Ten per cent, increase in express rates was approved today by the Interstate commerce commisBlon. A HAIR CUT That will make the most of your appearance. WESTBROOK BROS. , Opposite Bank of Montreal "The Sanitary, Shop" REMOVAL GOLLEG r Superior Supply Co. MINING, BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT 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. Lethbrldpe Halifax. June 2L'.-Tho president of the board of trade has received a telegram from Hon. A. K. Macl-iean, Ottawa, saying that the rornovol of tho Royal Canadian Xaval College to ICs-nulm'ault is only temporary and tliat ll^ere Is no noce.s�lty whatever for any alarm as to tiie college not being located at Halifax when a permanent building is erected or auitable premises secured. Band Concert. Henderson Ijake. Sunday. June 2n, at S::',0 p.m. .March: In 1-lne; Serenade: Cupid's Charms; March: Salute to Washington; Oavolte: The Fashion; Overture: Symbol of Honor: Intermezzo: Ola; Barn Dance: hmky Star; � March: Happy ^Mo.-e. God Save tho King. J. Geo. Harper, bandmaster. Exemption Appeals J. G. Inkster. Graiuim, Is allowed exemption until Nov. 1, and O. K. Wallin, 1 Granuin, is allowed till Aug. 1st. Fred j li. O'Donnell, of I^othbridge, is placed ; in medical category "A." Lincoln Shantz. of Vulcan and F. Smith, ot Parkland are placed in B2, while F. Jl. Elliott, of (iranum, is placed in "C." Ship Cattle. J. II. Wallace ia arranging to ship lit) car.s of cattle from Raymond and .Magrath on .Monday to Manyberries. Shespowners aro also arranging to ship to the summer reserves In the Crow, and will unload at Burtnis. The movement of wool has started and will be heavy for tho remainder of the month. Those aro the principal features in local rail transportation these (lava. NEW BLACK 'ROD London. June 22.-An interestin;? fp'iture of a supper gjven last night by the Empire I'arliamentary .\sbocia- i tion to the ptemlors and representatives ot the Prlllsh Dominions over ' seas, who are i;i London to aiteiul the ' Imnorial war conference. w;:s the presentation of a "Ulack Rod" to the Caiiiidi;u\ senate by Lord (;hai'..:ero. l.'lnlay. speakkcr of the house ct coti]-' iiuins This "Black Rod" will replace , tho one lost In the capital fire at Ottawa ia 1!)16. AVE CONCILIATION Winnipeg. June 22.-Tho Metal Trades Council has received notification from the minister ot labor that u coiumiHsion had been appointed and that it would sit ImmedlatBly in connection witli, their wage conditions anri demajid.i. Tho fnoti of Iheso trades, five hundred or niorio liave been threatening to strike fur higher wages and Winni-peg'B member of parliamoni, Dr. Btako Major Andrew's and Georgo Allan, who have been trying to effect conciliation, liave found their efforts futile and have given notification to that effect . They recommend that a commission be appointed Immediately so that tt full investigation might bo made. GETS DECISION "Roston, Juno ai.-Waller .Mohr. ot Iliooklyn. was given the decision over liattliug Kopin, of Buffalo. In ii twelve round bout here last night. Eight o' the Rounds wei:e awarded to Monr. ^-^-_^ Ready Again � Tomorrow To serve you with tho best FRESH KILLED MEATS WE MAKE THE BEST IN THE COUNTRY The SASH & DOOR . FACTORY '~ Phone 663 FLYING OFFICERS London. June 22.--Lieuls. J. F. Dav-ioa and J3. J. Alills. ot the Canadians are gazetted flying officers. Phone 1244 Pictures of Home Folks Curry warmth and comfort to the heart of a Boldler. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY. Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 Don't Care Whether You Eat or Not This Hot Weather? �5\'hat you should do ia to visit our Grill and let ua serve you Boraethlng tempting In the line ot naiads, fruits and other dishes guaranteed to tempt tho hot weather appetite. THE BEST WHITE COOKS IN THE CITY ARE AT TheSiMrill Cor. 4th Ave.,4^6th St. CARD OF THANKS. Mr. .ind Mi-fi. DouKlas of Warner wish to thank the citizens of Warner for their brave efforts in saving their hoine from dostructlon on the night of tho fire at that place. Ifi.'i-l ANNOUrSCEMENTS The Major Jack Ross Chapter of the I. O. D. IS., aro making a collection of old clothes, rags, rubber and copper. Anyone having samo phono 17811 and Uiey will be calleil for. ^168-0 Mr. G.W. Allison will bo back at his studio on Monday. 1C3-1 R. Coultry Phone 492 The Albe.-ta Meat Market T)io Oldest Kstabllshod Meat Market in tho City. MAV FOR SALE CARLOADS on UE88 TIMOTHY, UPLAND. ALFALFA, 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 Avenue.South Telephone 732 To Farmers For Phone 1412 We have made our uaual nr-raneeraonls for farm help this iprlng and can. take care. ot your- orders proinptly aiid satisfactorily. . J. HARRIS & CO. EMPLOYMENT AQENT8 TheTwenHeth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" D R O P IN 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 013 The National Portable Typewriter SUCCESSOR TO THE PEN Two colored ribbon, back spacoj-, tabulator, woiBUt X2 lbs,, Inolutl-Ing case tor carrying. ' y Price $58.50 EVER ALL & FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS FOURTH AVE. AND FIFTH ST. 8. _\__i__^_S___________ PHONE 1107 D8D 62 68745?