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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NCMOHGIMER PIANOS tDISON PHONOGRAPHS A88INI8OIA MUSIC 1 Everything Mutual 315 6th Street South Phone 1545 HERALD HtTEL WINDSOR MIALS PROM TO WOMEN Is to your interest to get your meats from Uelanys Meat Everything goes di rect from the farm to your Delanys Opposite Dallas Hotel Why Do Without a Good Fountain Pen wheiTwe can offer you one that is at prices ranging from Everyone knows that a Waterman Fountain Pen is an everyday and having one we know you will never be willing to do We always carry 150 or more pens for you to choose THE KENNY ALLIN NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1437 EXTRA MONEY FOR THE SAVINGS ACCOUNT That is great many are accompli ih hero under OURNtW CASH You might consider it unnecessary to look after these savings hut the time may comfc when the extra money would come in eliminating bad delivery wo are able to make n substantial reduction on all Sounds reasonable and v WATCH OUR BUSINESS YOU CAN T KEEP IT July this itore will be Half Holiday1 Next Week HOT HOUSE fine per pound 28c Price per large per doten 38c FRESH finest Creston Valley 2 35e Per BING 2 45c for ROYAL ANN per 20 about the last we will Per 7yto 18e and 22c NEW per per bunch 3c GREEN Mr 3c FRESH FRESH DAIRY all choice and fine for table Per 37c NEW LAID per 35c OX per 6Sc CORNED BEEP per SSc fine per pound 28c CREAM BRICK per per HighClau Cash Grocers July our store will be open all No CANE 10 sacks Whole Wheat or 24 each BAKING per 23c per ReckltU per paslcage 4c CANNED FRUIT per tin 18c RED PITTED CHERRIES 29c CRAWFORD per tin 17c CANNED VEGETABLES finest per tin Sweet finest quality 23c Mild finest per 9e finest per pnekagee 23e CHASE A SANBORNS Seal 1 each 43C PURE 3 Ib 5 each 64 10 BUY LARD Price will be higher next Whits or per bottle 22c for 25c Purple per Green per 63c f THE GOOD CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER Phones 525 For the Boys At Frank FLOWINPM June Editor Herald I would like to make an appeal through your to parents and others who may bein charge of chil to kindly see that the children do not pick the or pull the plants on the flower beds in Gait The incident that caused me to write this letter occurred I think some time in the evening of the because next morning we noticed that children had deliberately destroyed nearly thirty geraniums in one of the beds on the southeast They had walked up and down the bell pull ed lot of plants up and broke the Dogs do some but in this case we were surest was chil because the foorprints could be plainly As a result we had to send a team out to our nursery for more so that we could fix the up We noticed plants being pulled out of other beds on various occasions and this sort of thing is certainly be cause the same thing happens every bedding 1 have seen par ents sitting on the seats and at the same time their children playing right on the flower and they seem to think that the flower bor ders are simply childrens play Thanking you for the above Park THISWAY FOR GOOD MEALS Best White Cooks in the citv and All White TheSilverGrill 4th Sth Send your read magazines and periodicals to The Herald for the soldier boys invalided at the Frank A shipment will be made at the end of each Do not send old period Send those your have re ceived during the after you are through with Amateur Finishing MARKETS Will Aid That Troubled Coun try in Getting Straightened Away June for sending a commission to Russia to as sist that country economically and industrially have advanced to a point where it is possible to announce on official authority that the personnel of the commission ia now being discuss Men familiar with industrial condi tions in Russia and especially those acquainted with the transportation systems of the country are being The delicate work which the commission will be called upon to perform in dealing with numerous factions in a country just beginning to work out its destiny will require each person selected be weighed carefully as to his It may be some weeks before the personnel is The decision of tho government to fulfill President Wikibns pledge that the United States stand back of Rus ready to give any aid it is will not be changed by developments At a garden party at Seaforth for the Red Cross two pigs were auction ed and and realized Metal Work To Order Cornices in tin or galvanized iron gutter Well build you anything In tin or sheet metal from a tin horn to a corrugated iron Ask for onr estimate on that next Our work the lest of The Dixon Sheet Metal Co REAR STAFFORD BLOCK June trading cm the local exchange continues to be j of light volume in all The I offerings are very small and the de mand is apparently The spreads In oats and flax were un changed Thursday and barley prices remained the Oats closed l4c higher for July and 1 14 higher for Flax closed Ic higher fop July arid 1 l4c higher for Winnipeg I July 85T4 73Vs 73 j July 377 361 363 Cath Prices Oats 2 85T4 3 S2 Extra 1 feed 82 1 79 2 76a Barley 3 138 4 1 IS Rejected 107 Flax No 1 2 3 June Union Stock Yards receipts today were 700 cattle and Cattle and hogs steady sat yesterdays Quotations Butcher to hei to to to to stockers and feeders to to Sheep and to j to sows and to to BRING US We develop and print gettingthe most out of each THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK Successors to Jackson Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Hat Visitors Rutherford ond John Yuill were Medicine Hat visitors in the city Funeral Today The funeral of the late James Laity was held this interment taking place in the Anglican Patriotic Services Baker will hold a pat riotic service at Diamond City on Sunday afternoon at Just Arrived ONE CARLOAD Barbed Wire i 2 point 4 Consumers Hardware Phone 1212 Stirling it not so Reports from Macleod and Clareaholm were that elx hours rain fell Are Remanded In police court this morning Jones and who are Implicated in lie recent burglaries were remanded again until Saturday On a statement from Jones that Wolhura had nothing to do with the attempted he was whose right name is Is under stood to have served a term in a penitentiary on a charge of grev ious Mayor to Coast Mayor Hardle expects to leave on Tuesday for the He will at tend the annual convention of the un ion of Canadian Municipalities ul Vic toria on July 9th and and will preside as president of the organiza For the remainder of the month of July His Worship experts to visit various coast points in uu effort to recuperate his TO BE DIRECTOR June Is unoffi cially statedthat superintendent pf the Experimen tal Farm at for many Is to succeed as director of all the ex perimental with headquar ters at Grisdale has been made deputy minister of ag Officials Meet The monthly meeting of the j officials of thisdistrict is being held at the general offices here Stores Open Wednesday to Monday being a holiday the stores will be open on Wednesday afternoon of next week in accordance with the ruling1 of the Factory Inspec In Memoriam In loving remembrance of my dear Harry Wardleof the who was killed in Some in June Until the day breaks and the shad ows fly Grain Man Here Pike the wellknown Calgary grain man is in the Pike states that a small district Edmonton is tlie part of the prov ince that will have a normal crop this Golf Prize The captains prize donated by j Hume to the Lethbridge Golf Club for monthly competition is being dis played in the window of Hill The prize is a beautiful silver nut bowl and set of nut Is Suspended A notification has beeii received from the British authorities to the ef fect that the parcel post service prisoners of war in Turkey or Bul garia is at present Until this service is resumed no parcels can be prisoners of war in Turkey or Bulgaria and persons de siring to help war in these countries are advised to onward remittances to These can be sent by means of post office money orders which are issued free of com Particulars as to how to proceed may be obtained from post masters of accounting parcels for prisoners of war in these countries which may be intercepted in the course of transmission will be returned to the providing the name of the sender is given on the COWLEY CROPS ARE SAVED Phone messages from Cow ley district today state rain fell heavily all night there and that there will likely be a threequarter ARE Superior Supply BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS SECOND AVENUE AND THIRTEENTH LETHBRIDGE ANNOUNCEMENTS Dont forget the medal contest in Wesley Hall at S oclock this evening by tlie Come and hear the contestants in an elocution For the silver medal and several of the winners of medals at the musical fes adults 25 cents and children 10 A dance will be held in Burgmanns 13th Street every Sat urday Two piece orchestra in Burgmann in Gents i BORN To and fill Sth on June TANKS WE MAKE THE BEST IN THE COUNTRY The SASH DOOR FACTORY Phone 663 CLOSETFULS OF MOTHS Have you thought about pack ing those furs and woolens away for next years use Are you sure that ydu will find them in as perfect a condition next fall as they arc now iou can be if you scatter Red Cedar Flakes THROUGHOUT THEIR Xo need to send them to an elaborate storage either just lay them in a bur eau drawer or wrap them in packing paper the refreshing odor of Red Cedar combined with other proven moth prevent atives insures their Rav aging moths simply cant come within inhaling Hed Cedar Flakes save you the price of costly as well as bulky cedar which at their protect only the ex posed while Red Cedar Flakes can scattered through out each In convenient and generous A full line of HEAL MOTH HAGS In great 25c 1 Higiobothin Co Limited Pltnur ReUll ChemUU TELEPHONE 123 Must Register It is pointed out that discharged soldiers must register under the reg istration Soldiers still on the active service list need not but must do so within one month after June which has been falling intermittently the last fow days has been most and the farmers arA Show era have been general throughout tW section and prospects for a good crop are Pictures of Home Folks Curry warmth and comfort to the heart ot a MAKE AN APPOINTMENT 4 Smiths Studio 906 Third Phone 1471 Death of Infant Died in the city June John Alloissius infant son of and Johh UO 19th The body was removed to MacKay and MacKays undertak ing The funeral took place this afternoon from Patricks Interment in Patricks Heavy Rain Members of the Cardston passenger train crew state that the rain last night at Cardston was very Motor cars could hardly run this morn ing the roads were so Tlie rain continued all the way up to branch to From there to COMING TO THE EMPRESS MONDAY THE SUBLIME NAZIMOVA IN METROS EXTRA CHOICE FRESH KILLED MUTTON AND VEAL FOR THE WEEK END I Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 733 FOR THE REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small 817 Third H A V FOR SALE CARLOADS OR LESS ALFAL MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND CAREFUL ATTENTION JO ALL PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR Senders Hay Grain 1221 2nd Avenue South Telephone 732 The Twentieth Century Book Store YOU HAIR Opposite ffaVli oTHUpntreal The Sanitary Shop FEW CARS FINEST TIMOTHY HAY FOR 8AUE PROMPT SHIPMENT WE CAN SUPPLY 1 Turkestan Alfalfa Seed FROM STOCK Phone 1244Lethbridge EVERYBODYS BOOK SHOP DROP IN 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 The National Portable Typewriter SUCCESSOR TO THE PEN Two colored back weight 12 Includ ing case for Price n EVERALL FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS FOURTH AND FIFTH PHQNE 1107 ;