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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOrJDHEIMER PIANOS 6DIS0N PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" 315 6th Street South Phone 1545 europeaW plan mkals prom e.OO a.m. to a.OU p.m. Why Do Without a Good Fountain Pen when we cnii offer vou one that is guaranteed, at prices ranging from Sf.50 up. Everyone knows that a "Waterman Fonntain Pen" is an everyiia.v necessity, and having bojight one we Ivnow you will never be willing to do without one. we always carry liO or more pens for you to choose from. THE KENNY & ALLIN GO, Ltd. ^^i^HS&fi; Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1437 EXTRA MONEY FOR THE SAVINGS ACCOUNT that IS what,a great many aro able to accomi)Ihh here under OUR'NEW CASH 8.YSTEM. You inlght consider i( unnccessai-j' to look after lliese sHvitigH luit the time niaj- como when the e.vtrn inoiiev would come 111 littiidy. lly, ellmlnntInK bad debts, delivery co.Kts. rollectlon charges, elc, Wo are able to uialto a su.istantial reduction on all prices. Sounds reasonable and It is. WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW. YOU CAN't KEEP IT DOWN. u I"!:/*'','' Wednesday, July 3rd. our store will be open all day. Half Holiday'Next Week Only. - i- / No HOT HOUSE TOMATOES. Extra fine quality. Price, per pound ....................^... 28c Price per basl.......... 38c FRESH STRAWBERRIES, finest Creslon Valley berries. 2 basketi ........................ 35c Per case................................ $3.90 BING CHERRIES, 2 lbs. for...............^ . 45c .�?0 lbs. for .............................. *'*-35 ROYAL ANN CHERRIES, per lb.............21c 20 lbs. for .........,.................... $3.95 WATtiRMELONS, about the last we will have. Per lb. ................................. 714c CANTELOUPES. each ............. 18e and 22c NEW CABBAGES, per pound................6c RADISHES, per bunch....................... 3c GREEN ONIONS, per bunch................. 3c FRESH LETTUCE, per>ound...............22c FRESH DAIRY BUTTER, all xtra choice and .. 37c . .. 35c. .. 6Sc . . 55e > .. 28c .. 38c .. 4Sc fine for table uie. Per lb. ..... NEW LAID EGGS, per dozen ......... OX TONGUE, tliced, per pound ...... CORNED BEEF SLICED, per lb...... CHEESE, fine quality, per pound..... CREAM BRICK CHEESE, per lb....... LIMBURGER, per lb.................. High-Clais Cash Grocers B. C. CANE SUGAR, 10 lb. sacks . ..'. .----51.13 FLOUR, Graham, Whole Wheat or War, 2'J lb. s.icks, each .........................    BAKING POWDER, Eggo. per tjn...........23c BLUING, Keen�, per packaflfc................. '1S. Editor Herald: I would li^e to make an appeal through your oolumns. to iiarenls and others who may be in charge of children, to kindly see that the children do not pick the flowers, or pull the ^plants \ip, on the flower beds in Gait �^Park. jhe incident that caused me to write this letter occurred I think some time in the evening of the 2Ttli. because next morning we noticed that children had deliberately destroyed nearly thirty geraniums in one of the beds on the southeast corner. They had walked up and down the bell pulled a lot of plants up and broke the rest. Dogs do some damage, but in this case we were sure^Ht was chil-dmn. because the foorprints could he plainly seen. As a result we had to send a team out to our nursery for more plants, so that we could fix the hed.s up again. We Jiave.* noticed plants being pulled out of other beds on various occasions and this sort j of thing is certainly discouraging, be- . cause the same thing happens every bedding out, time. 1 have seen par-j eiit.s sitting on the seats and at the 1 same time their children v.-ere playing right on the flower borders, and they .oeeni to think that the flower borders are simply Lhildron's playgrounds.  Thanking you for the above space. J. H. JUTC11EL1-, Park Supt. u,s. THIS WAY FOR GOOD MEALS Best �ftTiite Cooks in the city and All White Help. TheSilverGrill Cor. 4th Ave. & 5th St. 10 RUSSIA SOON Mill Aid That Troubled Country in Getting Straightened Away Send your "read" magazines and periodicals to The Herald for the soldier boys invalided at the Frank Sanitorium. A shipment will be made at the end of each week. Do not send old periodicals. Send those your have received during the v/eek, after you are through with them. Amateur Finishing MARKETS V.'ashington, .Tune 2.,�. Klax- to work out its destiny will require i Xo 1 .V.W.C...................378 th^l each person selected be weighed carefully as to his fitness. It may be some weeks before the personnel is completed. The decision of the government to fulfill President Wjjsou's pledge that the United States stand back of Russia, ready to give any aid possible, it la understood, will not be changed by developments there. At a garden party at Seaforth for the Red Cross two pig.s were auctioned and reauclioneil, and realized ?12.'). The Dixon REAR STAFFORD BLOCK Metal Work To Order Cornices in tin or galvanized iron; eaves, gutters aUyligiits, roots, ceilings, walls, floors. We'll build you anythinic in tin or sheet metal from a tin horn to a corrugated Iron warehouse. Ask for our estimate oh that "next job. Our work stands the test of time. Sheet Metal Co _ LETHBWIDGE. ALBERTA* BRiNG US YOURvFILMS W^e 'Will develop and print them, getting.the most out ot each exposure,'.'t;,; / , THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LtD. Successors to Jackson & Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building Officials V ? : : � In MemorKim In loving reinembrancp ot my dear husband, Pte. Marry S. Wardloof the ll.">th, who was killed in action. Somewhere in France, Juno 2flth, 1917. Until the day breaks and the shadows fly uivay. 119-i.v .\o. 2 C.W...37.^ Xo. 3 C.W..':joO Winnipeg. June 2S.-Union Stock ] Yards receipts today were 700 cattle j and 1,'92 hogj. Cattle and hogs ] steady-^t yesterday's quotations. j Quotations: j Buteiier .steers, ?7.50 to IJ4.50; he!-, fers, $7 to |1'J; cows, $4.oil to $11;! bulls, to |li..'i0; oxen, $6 to $lu: j stocker.s and feeder.^ .?G to ?I0.7.'i; | calves, $S to $10. I Sheep and lambs, $10.."iO to ?17..'i0. j llog.s - Selects, $lS.2."i; heavies, i �}V,.'i) to $14.7,5; sows and stags,! $11.75 to $1'J.75; lights, $14.50 ?ii;.i50. to ANNOUiSCE?.lENTS Don't forget the medal contest in Wesley Hall at 8 o'clock this evening by the W. C. T. \\. Come and hear the contestants in an elocution Tor the .silver medal and several of the winners of medals at the musical festival. Admission, adults 25 cents and cliltdren 10 cents. 108-1 Superior Supply Co, MINING, BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS SECOND AVENUE AND THIRTEENTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE A daiiee will be held in Burgmann's hall, 13th Street Xorth, every Saturday night. Two piece orchestra in attendance. R. Burginann In charge, i Gents 75c. Ladies free. 168-1 j BORN MKADS-To 51r. "and Mrs. A.' JloaUa. 611 Sth Ave. S., on Friday. Juno 2Sth^ji son. 168-1 I TANKS WE MAKE THE BEST IN THE COUNTRY The SASH & DOOR FACTORY Phone 663 CLOSETFULS OF MOTHS Have you thought about packing those furs and woolens away tor-next, year's use? Aro you sure that .^du will find them in jiist as perfect a condition next fall as they aro now? You can be if you scatter Red Cedar Flakes THROUGHOUT THEIR FOLDS. Xo need to send thorn to an elaborate storage warehouse either; just lay them In a biir" eau dra.wer or wrap thorn in packing paper; the refreshing odor of Red Cedar combined with other proven moth preventatives Insures their safety. Ravaging moths .simply can't come within inhaling distance. Red Cedar Flakes save you the price of costly as well a.s bulky cedar chests, which at their best, protect only the exposed surtace.s, while Red Cedar Flakes can be scattered throughout each crevice. In convenient and generous packages. A full lino of REAL MOTH BAGS in great variety, 25c J. D. Hi'iflbolhaiB & Co - Limited - Grain Man Here n. A. Pike Iho well-known Calgary grain man is in tlie city. Mr. Pike states that a small district ground Kdmonton is the only part of the prov-iiice that will have a normal crop this year. Golf Prize The captain's prize donated by O. Hume to the Lethbridgo Golf Club for montlily competition i.s being displayed in the window ot K. J. Hill & Co. The prize is a beautiful silver nut bowl and set of nut crackers. Is Suspendec; A'notification has been received i from the British authorities to the of-' tect ilmt the parcel iH)st servii-f for/ prisoners of war In Turkey or Rul-j gariu is at present suspended. I'ntlli this service is resumed no part'ela-can bo forwarded,to prisoners of wari in Turkey or Bulgaria and persons do i string to help prisoners"" of war in these countries are advised to forward remittances to them. These can be 1 sent by means of post office money orilers which are Issued free of commission. Particulars as to how toj proceed may be obtained from post- j masters -of accounting offices.- -Any i parcels for prisoners of war iu these countries which may be Intercepted in tile course ot transmission will be returned to the senders, providing the { name ot the sender is given on the Iiarccl. COWLEY CROPS ARE SAVED Phone messages from Cowley district today stale thai rain fell heitvily all night there and that there 'will likely be a three-quarter crop. : :. .;. .;. .;. ... ... ARE OPTIMISTIC. Must Register It Is pointed out that discharged soldiers must register jjnder the registration plan. Soldiers still on ifhe active service list need not register, but must do so within one month iiftor discharge. .Moose Jaw. June 28.-Rain which has been falling intermittently the lafit few days has been most welcome, and the farmers arA optimistic. Sliow: ers have been general throughout tlWs section and prospects for a good crop are brighter. Pictures of Home Folks Curry warmth and comfort to the heart ot a soldier. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY. ^ Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 �Al'jertk's Planctr Druaolit** Whplasals and Ratal) Chemlsta, -fELEPHdNE No. 123 Death of Infant Died in the city today, June 2Sth, John Alloissius Mur|)hy, infiiiil-soh ot Mr. and Mrs. Johti ."^Iiirphy. 120 19th St. X. The body was removed to MacKay and MacKay'a undertaking parlors. The funeral look place this afternoon from St. Patrick's churNi. Interment in St. Patrick's cemetery. Heavy Rain ' Members of the Cardston passenger train crow state that the rain last night at Cardston was vory heavy. Motor cars could hardly run this morning the roads were so %iuddy. The rain continued all tho way up to branch to Raymond. From there to EXTRA CHOICE FRESH KILLED MUTTON AND VEAL FOR THE WEEK END R. Coultry Phonie 492 The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 733 FOR THE O. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery. 817 Third Ave. HAY PQ^^ SALE CARLOADS OR LESS ' TIMOTHY, UPLAND, ALFALFA, 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 .Telaphbna 732 ' COMING TO THE EMPRESS MONDAY THE SUBLIME NAZIMOVA IN . METRO'S .REVELATION DESIGfj'^p^dR VoU HAIR^ qjJT| ^ES'TBRQOKjBROS. � Opposite 'B'9n1<''SnBlontt-eal "The ��n(tary Shop" FEW CARS FINEST TIMOTHY HAY FOR SALE PROMPT SHIPMENT WE CAN SUPPLY No. 1 Turkestan AUalfa Seed ' FROM STOCK - F. O.yHYDE & Co. Phone 1244_Lethbrldge The Twentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" PROP IN 514 FOURTH AVENOE PHONE 613 The National Portable Typewriter SUCCESSOR TO THE PEN Two colored ribbon, back spacer, tabulator, WQlght 12 lbs., Including case for carrying. ' � ' . Price $58.50 " i^v EVERALL & FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS FOURTH AVE. AND FIFTH ST.S. PHONE 1107 50 14863181 ;