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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOROHEIMER PIANOS BDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. "Everything Musiciil" 315 6tli Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HdTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS PROM 6.00 A.M. TO a.OU P.M. Keep Cool Use Our Tempting Cooked Meats. Delany's Meat Market Opposite Dallas Hotel ^^^^^ 452 Getting Value for your Money Th;>t is wlKit I'voi'vboily is aflor and that Is whiit cviMylKidy Is koUIiir hero \iiulor our NEW CASH SYSTEM. Ptoplo ii.iturally take to a Myslem \vh'orel)y all nnneoossury �.\prnsca such as bad debts, dcliv-ory costs and other oxpt-nses in conm-ction with running 9 credit business Is cliinlnated, We have cliin-Inated all these expciiso.', 72',i 374 5i 35S',i Cash Prices y Oats- Xo. 2 C.W.. . 85 No. 3 C.W.. . S2 Extra No. 1 feed . 82 No. 1 feed.. 79 No. 2 feed. . 71 Barley- No. 3 C.W.. .117 No. 4 C.W,. .112 Flax- ,- No. 1 N. W. C. . ....., . ,..... .374^8 No. 2 C.W.. .371% No. 3 C.W.. .346% A'TRAGEDY INDICATED. Toronto. June 24.-Throe Miniico boys, the oldest 12, and the youngest 7, drifted out in tiiS lake from Mimieo Beach Saturday afternoon in a row-boat and up to an early hour this morning no trace of them had been found. The missing boys are Daniel Crows, agot] 7; Clifford Wilson, aged 10, and George Smith, aged 12. An Invitation To Bathe A look at our windows means .an irivitation to bathe (if suc^.w,ere necessary this weather.) SPONGES are the burden ot our song today and we have them at all prices- 15c to $7.00 We are featuring a special "Lainbs-Wool" at 35c (EXCEPTIONAL VALUE) J. D. Hiiinbotham & Co -- Limited' -- The J^^sSi "^^^^ Alberl&'t Pioneer Orugglttv* Wholesale and Retail Chcmitt*. TELEPHONE No. 322 ANNOUNCETtlENTS Mr. H. McG. Young will hold recitals for his pupils on Thursday evening, June 27th in the V. .\I. C. A. auditorium, private recital at 8.15; public! recital at nine. Any one who wishes ' may attend the latter tree of any! charge. 164-i DESIGNED FOR YOU HAIR CUTS WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal "The Sanitary Shop" Superior Supply Co. MINING, BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS SECOND AVENUE AND THIRTEENTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE DRAWING and PAINTING lissLRIirk Trained and certificated Art Todchpr (Certified under South Kensington and under Itoyal Drawing Society ot Great Britain and Ireland.) Winner of Uiploma for best professional work at Vancouver, B, C. 20 years' toaclilng. espoi'lcnce. Will Give Lessons in Drawing and Painting With oienientary and advanced. Fall Term Commences September 1st, 1918. ADDRESS VICTOR) A. MANSIONS, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA 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 Lethbrldge mmmmMmmmiBaaaammmmimtm THIS WAY FOR GOOD M^A^LS Best White Cooks In the city and All White Help. Cor. 4th Ave.--&'8th-�*. CITY AND DISTRICT No Meeting There will bo no meeting ot the Board of Trade tomorrow. For Sailor's Relief The receipt is acknowledged of .$2 for the sailor's relief fund from "Anonymous." Masonic Meeting Emergent meeting ot North Star Lodge No. 4 A. F. and A.M. tonight at S o'clock. Third degree. Visithig brotlircn cordially invited. ^ Loyal Order of Moose Lethbrldge Lodge No. 792 meets on Tuesday night. June 25tli at S p.m. in Moose Hall. Higlnbotham Block. 2nd Avenue south. Jlembers kindly note. Visiting brothers welcome. Await Instructions On June 23. there died in the city Jainos Laity, aged 42 years. The remains arc being held at Fettorly's Undertaking Parlors awaiting further instructions. A Small Amount Spent on Varnish Stain win add greatly to the iippearnnce ot furnituro and woodwork ot every kind. We have a full lino of colors in Jap-A-Lac, Stephens and Canada Paint Company brands, also special grades put up by these well-known manufacturers for floors and .woVk whore hard usage Is called for. ENAMELS IN ALL SHADES AND COLORS Automobile paint in all shades from tho best known makers. Floor and Automobile Wax (Ordinary and Liquid). Johnstons' Old ISnglish, Canada Paint 'Company and Stephens, also furniture and automobilo polishes. Varnishes and ready-mixed paints. In our now store wo are opening a special paint department and are showing the largest and most complete vaiicty 'to bo found west of, Winnipeg. Our prices, quality considered will compare favorably with the largest catalogue houses. Wo want your has-infiaa and sooner or later wo will have it. Consumers Hard'ware Co. Fair Crop S. B. Jlitcholl. former C. P. U. agent here, now owner of tho Ford garage at Xanton, is in the city. III? states that the crops in that district are looking very well considering thc^ dry lii)t weather, and the farmers expect a fair average crop. Masons Attend Service Tlie .Masons of the city iield their church parade last evening wlien members of North Star Lodge No. 4. Lethbrldge Lodge No. 39 and Cliarily Lodge .\o. 67 marched to St. Mary's church. Rev. C. E. Snow, chaplain of Letlibridge Lodge No. 39. preaclicd a sftrmon appropriate to the occasion. Trek to Glacier The trek to Glacier Park has started. Tlie great summer resort Just across the boundary promises to he the centre of attraction for Southern Albcrtans this year. Yesterday a party consisting of .loe and Jlrs. Lee, Kobert Barrowman and Guy Koy left for Jlany Glacier Hotel. A counlo of other parties went down Saturday. Board of Review Tlie medical board of review whicth was advcrti.sed to sit hero today and tomorrow tommonced its work this morning with Capt. Cook in charge assisted by Capt. Leech and Lieut. :\Ierrltt, About 1.00 men have been dlrectcii to report to this board. Capt. Cook expects the board will bo busy till Wednesday noon. . The members are putting on n similar competition to the one hold lust season, when monthly sliowings of vegetables were held and points awarded for tho best disnlays. It is hoped for a good attendance, and any Kentisiinien residing in tlie city not already members are invitud to be present. � - V,�*S Some Excitement Some excitement was caused at the Silver Grill late Saturday slight when a temporary clerk at the Mounted Police barracks attempted to make ail those in the place at the time produce all the certificates required by the Dominion police. The clerk, had no authority to carry out this iiroccdure but as he had a revolver to liad: up his demands there was plenty of ex-citoment. The result of the whole affair was a fist fight, followe.d.by tlio arrest of the parties to the fight by the city police. The clerk v/as turned over to the Mounted Police and an investigation is being held today. Exemption Appeals The following is the disposition ot j Lethbrldge district officials: J. B. Love, Haymond, disallowed: K. rtnins, Warner, disallowed: L. G. Tenney, Warner, allowed tintil Nov, 1; W. S.. D. Selby, Milk River. ordere