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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta THE PIANOS OF QUALiTY. Stelnway, NordUeimer, New Settle AViUiams. Haines Bros. We Invite you fa our Show Uoom to Inspect tUoni. ^ ASSIWIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. Phone 1545, 315 6th St. S., LethbrC Per case ................................ 5.30 CANNED CORN, Donaico, Key Mar and 04 _ � Tartan, per tin ...................... fcTlC Per case ........................... ---- S.�5 CANNED PEAS, Early June, Hygiene. Fine ni _ quality. Per tin........................ tolC Per case ............................... 4.65 CANNED PEAS, Sweej Wrinkle, Donaico. ho Per tin................................ fcOC ,Per ease................................. 6.1S These are �xg�ptionally fine quality, PICKLES, 1a^ Sour Mixed, stone jars. Price, each.....................'...... Is, Sweet Mixed. Price, each........................... Is, Dills. Price, each ........................... TEA, Donaico, goad quality, '/j or 1 lb. pkgs. Purple label. Per lb.............. Green Label. , Per lb................................ SOAP, Royal Crown and Lennox. 5 bars f,or .......................... Gold, Sunlight) Ivory and Lifebuoy. f>tr bar ............................. Fels Naptha. Per bar .............................. CHOCOLATE^ For baking, Lowneya 1/2 lb. cakes. Each ..................... WASHING SODA. n ' Per pound ... 1.......................... oC COW BRAND SODA. Per pound ...................... CORN FLAKES, Dominion^ made by Kel- logg Corn Flake Company. Per package Per dozen 1.40 L50 L75 L45 56c 62c 25c 7c 9c 21c 8c CATSUP, Snldert. Per bottle..........................., CANNED SALMON, Finest Sockeye. !jS. Each............................ Finest Sockeye, Is. Each................................. GOOD RED SALMON, Is, Yacht Brand. EacW................................ LARD, Swifts and Cloverleaf. 3s, per tin..........................., Swifts and Cloverleaf, 5s, Per tin .............................. Swift* and Cloverleaf, 10t^ Per tin.............................. Swifts and Cloverleaf, 20s. Per tin.............................. CRISCO, Is. Per tin............................. Crisco, 1/2�. Per tin ............................. CrIsco, 3s. Per tin ............................. CARNATION MILK, Baby alze. Per tin............................ KEEN'S MUSTARD. Per tin.............................. PURE MAPLE SYRUP, Pride of Canada. The eld standby. Bottles or tin ........ Bowes, in bottles. Per bottle.......................'..... CREAMERY BUTTER, Fresh made, all best brand*. Per. pound................ POTATOES, dold Coin, 10 lbs. For .................................. Per cwt................................ 2.35 TURNIPS, 20 lbs. FRESH STRAWBERRIES. We have a large shipment arriving from Spokane that we will sell at the very lowest possible price. Owing to price* changing dally we cannot quote  price on these until the day they get here. OTHER FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. You can alway* depend on u* having a full stock ' of these goods at the right price. We go In strong for all kinds of fresh goods. CORNED BEEF. Sliced refdy for use Per pound.......................... I SLICED OX TONGUE. CC^ Per pound.............................OuC 29c 21c 38c 23c 99c L64 3.25 6.25 35c 55c L05 8c 21c 82c 67c 54c 25c 22 Cal. Rifles, Single Shot, $5.00 and $6.00. 22 Cel. Rifles, Repeaters, $21.00 and $25.00. 32 Cal. Winchester Repeaters, Carbine or Standard, ...... $30.00 32 Cal. Remington Repeaters $35.00 25 Cal. Marlin Repeaters .. $35.00 303 CaL Ross Sporting . .. $30.00 Single Barrel Shot Guns, 12, 16, 20 and 410 Gauge. $8.50 to $11.75 Double Barrel Shot Guns. $12.00 to $42.50. , These include such well known makes as Stevens, Fox and Parker. THERE ARE SOME .GENUINE SNAPS IN ABOVE LOT. BETTER LOOK THEM OVER. YOU WILL NOT BE URGED TO BUY. A few thousand 22 Cal. Short, Long | and Long Rifle U.M.C. Cartridges, -30c box. CONSUMERS HARDWARE CO. Quota Fyied Sheriff Young, chairman of the local recruiting committee for the Royal Air Force, announced this morning that the Alberta ciuotn of prospective blrdmen for the month of June had already been filled, and he advised those young men who desired to secure places in the July quota to get their names in early. DISTURBANCES IN AUSTRIA. Washington, May 31.-Serious disturbances are reported In Aust/ia in official dispatchefl today from Switzerland. Foreigners it Is declared are not permitted to enter the country. The disorders are attributed to Socialists and Jugo-aiaTS. 55c TARZAN The Year's Sensation OF THE We are On Top iu the tin and sheet metal business because It has always been our policy to give aatistactlon In the quality of work; our promptness In finishing a job; and a price that Is fair to our customer as well as to ug. Keep u� in mind when you need anything in our line. EJatlmates cheerfully given. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE. ALBBKTA REMEMBER-Every thing we sell is reduced in price and you will undoubtedly save money by dealing here for cash. You have none of the other fellows bad debts to pay for. You do not pay for having the goods delivered unless you have yours dehvered and then only for what it actually xosts us. Nobody is giving anything away for nothing and-we all know that the cost of delivering the goods has to be borne by someone and under our new system it is placed where it belongs. Get our prices if you want to buy a bill of goods. We issue a Grocery Catalogue of the principal articles carried in stock every month and have some June Catalogues on hand now. If you are interested in our new way of doing business and want to buy as cheaply as possible ask for one of our Catalogues and you shall receive one. Phone Orders to No. 525, or if busy ring No. 1271, our office-phone. Carmangay Store Burglarized The store of the Carmangay Pliar n>acy was entered Inst night, the safe; drilled and ?D5 taken according to a; report received by Ispector Piper of the ATP.P. here this morning. The, change in the cash register was also ' taken. It is believed two men turned the trick. They broke into a garage at Carmangay the night before, but' got little of value' but some tools, and; the.ie were recovered this morning In the pharmacy. It Is thought theimen escaped by'taking the night train out.. HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD Co. PHONE 52S We are Selling Agents for th� Moline Universal Tractor mod can deliver a Tractor Today. Superior Supply Co. Pratts Baby Chick Food THE PERFECT FOOD FOR YOUNG CHICKS, DUCKS, GEESE, TURKEYS . There hai been a ^rotA shortage In this poultry neceatlty and we have only Ju�t'received our supply which was ordered last year. Start the Baby Chicks on It now and watch results. 40c Package the red cross drug & book co., ltd: Successors to .lack'son A Co. Teltphones 566 and 1232 Sherlock BulldlnB Saturday filatlnta. There will be a Saturday matinee at the Bmpresa for "The Kaiser, the liaast of Berlin," Mermaids If the budding or budded Annette Kellermans who' wish 'to disport themselves at the "Y" swimming class or the Park Lake will take a glance at*the bathing caps that arrived yesterday they will' find the "classy" finishing touch to their costume. All sizes, all colors and all prices. 75c to $1.50 ID. Higinbolham&Co �� Limitod � ' iKseBhS ^^^^ Al'jsrta's Plantar Oruoglslir Whalssala and Ratall Cl � '> - ? : MoUne. 111., .May 31.-Bight- ? : eon hundred railway employ- � . , Exemption Appaal*. R. J.'Buchanan, of yftner, has been granted eiemptloif uatU :Nv. 1.' The appeal of L. w. L6V of Gftrdaton, haa been refused. The Lilacs The lilacs in Gait Gardens are making a fine showing this year. This is the first year the bushes have really shown what they can do. The whole park is presenting a very flue appearance this spring. Fine New Lumber Yard The Citizens' Lumber Co., have purchased the local yards and buildings of the Riverside Lumber Co., and have renovated the yards and made them into one of the most up-to-date lumber concerns in the west. Auto Sign Boards The sign boards being erected by the Auto Club marking tho principal routes centering on Lethbridge are now In place near tho Hudson's nay corner. Another signboard is bolng erected on tho corner of 14th St. and 3rd Ave. 8. "Work on poatJng the roads east, Tvest, south and north Is also progresBlng. The .Auto Club oxocuUvo mPctB tonight. Personal Mention H, H. Thompson, of Spring Coulee, Is a business visitor In the city. F, S. Phoenix, of Davenport, la.. Is In the city on land business. . 'Vy. p. McNeill, secretary of the Western Canada" Coal Operators' as soclatlon, is Jo the city on cual bus >nfl�li. . .... .. Fined for Assault Walter CavalaccI appeared before Magistrate Irwin In police court this morning on a charge of assault laid by Mrs. Dorothy J. Morris, a soldier's wife. Mrs. Morris charged that CavalaccI, who Is a iaxi driver, and whom she did not know, got out of his car oh 4th Ave., came over to her and, called her InauUIng names under the ! pretext that she had insulted him by j laughing at him. Mrs. Morris slapped ' nis face and turned to go on down tho ' street when CavalaccI stnick her. He pleaded guilty and was fined $5 and costs. John Glllospio, Martin Donnelly and � John MacDonald were fined , $10 and costs each for tteing drunk. I TANKS WE MAKE THE BEST IN THE COUNTRY The SASH & DOOR ^ FACTORY Phone 663 ARLOW'S EAT. .. ARKET phone 796 1110 SIXTH AVE. S. Mrs. 'W. H. Johnson will re-open her studio for the summer on Monday, June 17.' 144-2 Practice ThrH;t. Saving the middleman's profit in the purchase of a piano is tho experience of those who buy from Mason & Rlsoh Limited,- Balmoral Block. Their "Factory to' K()me" ^p^opo8^ tion, with descriptive catalog iwlll bo mailed you' for the asking. " 144-1 o > o ^ > o : o � � HAV for sale CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY. UPLAND/ ALPAL. FA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW. CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS. FROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221.2nd Avenue SoutN Telephone 732 The Twentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" DROP IN B14 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 The fjational Portable Typewriter SUCCESSOR TO THE PEN >ack spacer, tabulal Price $58.50 Two cplored ribbon, back spacer, tabulator, weight 12 lbs,, Including caso for carrying. EVERALL & FRANKS OFFICE. OUTFITTE V FOURTH AVE. AND FIFTH St. S. ^ PHONE 1107 ;