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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 2, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOaOHElMER PIANOS SDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Evcrythinn Musical" 315 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DML� HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEAL3 FRPM 6.00 A.M. TO S.OuTp.W. Ready again this week with all varieties of � Cooked Meats Just the thing for this hot weather. DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel ' Phone 452 Why Do Without a Good Fountain Pen when wo o;ui ofU�r you one that is guaranteed. iit-i>rieps rar.ging from S2.50 up. Kvoryono knout; '.jiHt a "Watormaii Fountain I'on" is an everyil.iy necessity, and liaving lioiiglit one we Unow you will never l)e willing U) do without one. %Ve always carry 150 or more pens tor yon to clioose from. THE ^EmV & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL ^^^tU^Jpf. Stove PHONE-1487 d More Business than Ever and all Cash Tho natural outoome of OUR NEW CASH SYST EM. In other words expcnBfiS Imvo hren fodueed iinil aalep Inoreatsed. Siiec-osii nhKoUitely assured. Why say more. Vou waht to liuy quiillty Koi'ds at as cheap n prlee as you ean. We have the syateni that eliinin :ile.i iinneee.i.sary expenses .such as hud del)ts, delivery eosls. eoUeclion coats, etc., and that is the only w'�.v prices can he rodueod. Have you tried U? It not, whv not ? ' I WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW. YOU CAN'T KEEP IT DOWN. Big Shipments Bing Cherries, Royal Ann Cherries and Strawberries for Preserving this week. Now is the time for these. HKc. THE GOOD CO. "T CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-S99 Cash Grocer* HQ For the Boys At Frank m \mm are i. %mmi m so GOOD Send your "read" magazines and periodifcals to The Horald for the' soldier boys inv.TJided nt the Frank Sanitorium. A shipment will be made at the c.Td of each week-. Do not send old period-icnis. Send those your have received during the week, after you are through with them. The weekly crop report gathered ; from all parts of ihe division to-day ' by the C.l'.R.. is not so good. Though ; .'Oiuo tine rains fell in difierent parts | last week, the past three days have been very drying, and crop wliicli  looked gofid on s=atnrday is inifferins; \ lo-day. A number of point.s report ; tliaf the crop is hein.!; piousrlied ir^, and the land sumnierfalinwed. Warner reports ihat that disiriot will h;ii-e 10 per cejt. crop if it rains immediately. .Vnrtb and west, also in the i'ard.ston di.�tricts ihe reports .ire ter a .".ij to Til per cent, crop provided . there is utifficient rain from nor,- lill \ harvest. .\ltoKetlier the ilLitvict is not expectiuf: more th^^ one-third an average crop. The bad spots are now ' deiiiiiiely shown up. and an estimate \ is possible. Last j-ear's shipiiientii anmunted to 2ii,0Uii.(iO0 l-nshels from i!ie Leth-bridge divi-Tiou. That this year's crop will not reach more than .1 lam bushels is indicated by lo-day's crop reports. i Every iriie (P.^nadian 'and British subifcr rejoices to celebrate one of i t'annd.i's plorlous days. Jtily the atul the local annua! .Sunday sciiool picnic was held _ under ideal � we.tther at ihe river'.'bottom. The ^ oificeri! and eenior members of the i Lctlihrljfio corps united with officers: from ColPinaii and Macleod. right'roy-' c-liy oujoyeil this great event with the youi:s; peoide. A larce gatliering of children -and adults left the citadel in cars at fl::tO a.111. for the selected iilace. Several amusements were enjoyed by young and oil! tir.ffi- c-j-jn. when all .=at down and did juslict- to the Rood tilings to e;it. A!I llie ycuug people were well caret! I'or^iiy \\w Young I'eople Sergi. -Maior Mund:iy at-.d his workers, in prcrtdir.g ;ho ice cre^.m. soft'drink., oranges, bananas and candies. WINNIPEG MARKETS. Oats- Open .Inly .................. S5 Close October . ' Flax- July .. . October AN EXPLANATION. Washington, July 2.-Great Britain has explained to Peru in a statement issued by the British minister at Limn, that the recent delivery to Chile of a number of airplanes was in accordance with American principles proclaimed by President Wilson and that the British Government hat not ^Je lieved the act would be misinterpreted. :.|:.'Hi,one o! the principal items of the ; day's programme were the races for |tlie different classes in tlic Stiiiday school. First and second prizes were given in each race. Several swings were also provi.^led for the enjoymeai of tlie wee-;ots. At ti:tiu another feast of te.i, limit and cake were jiartaken. i (Ireai credit is due to tiie workers of 'the Vcnir.g Pejple. such as 'i'oiing Pco-� pic Leader Bro. JIunday. Bros Frayne, ; CliamberUiin and Uasmnssen. 'Also .Mi..i. Tullock, Mrs. fiercer. Lu .;. .;. .j. .j. ... ... ... wards, Ttibcr, dl.saliowcd. ' " Small Blaze. A -small bliiz6 in the rear of the MacLeod Bros, store on 5th St. this morning called out tlio firo brigade. .No damage wna done. Moving Pictures. -W. J. Olivei- ot Calgary w:as In the city yestdrday taking moving pictures of mine reactie competition in connection wvth H film whif'h he Is developing for advertising purposes to be tised b.v Iho govornnient to boo.s|\ the "vs-oKlern coal tor western people" program. .SOLDIER SUCCEEDS LATE HON.. BREWSTER Phil Ott Wounded. Boitib. Phil Ott. son of \V. A. Ott of Lethbrldge. lias been wounded in action, according to word received by his father .Sunday. Phil enlisted with the Hist Battery and has been at the front lor some time, ills woupds are not reported to be dangerous. Boy Scouts. The Boy Scouts of St. Mary's church nro having the titno of their liveii ciMnplng at the rive.r bottom thl.s week, under the leadership of Rev. C. K. Snow and .Mr. Booth. .scotitm.-..^tor. Retail Merchants. \ general meeting ot the Retail .�Merchants' Association will bo held in the 13oard of Trade building toiuor-row. Wednesday night ut.ti:;i(l. A full attendance is particularly requested as important business will be under discu.'-sion. 1 Death of Burdett Girl. I Ruth -Maria. tf\c sl.'.leen-year-old .daughter of Mr, and .Mrs. Klford. of! I Burdett. died in (he city on .Sunday j I The remains nre'at R'.acKay and .Mac-i I Kay's parlors awaiting funeral nr-' I I'nngcijients, which will ho announced' i later. Vicloril. B. C. J.Sno 28.-ICx- ; Private Frank Oiolma, a form- ! br member of the '2;ith Balttil-ion, was elected in tha bye- t'ici.i.ion contest hero today for ; tlio scat inudo vacant by tlio death of Premier Brfiwater.' i .Major W. H. Lanciley tl .her-' : I' .. i;!.-;). ' : � R. W. Perry (Con-Mir'-alive^ K'.'l. . ., ' > J. 1). McDonald, (Sn(\aliyt), > -|. , : > ? ."w ? .-! a waek �.�s-- '.'>n;::) was re-opene;l ! t'r-i- ri..':0'i .V.e-.- seliiug three ,1 .;:.r.;-f-:'- > ;-,tii; "r-'Y/ers, netting tiie : .'.i;'.'" i . .�,u.'.lioiieei Wadding-1 fi-: ::---i'nrii I'o n-musli Ihe liat i in , fT.'.i.-.' Ci:.->nuKr decdaring eaclt h..i\'. ir'>:. �; 'S'-id to the city, 'I'i.e : iiVr ww, iiLf- i.'..!-,clude to-i'.ay, but \\\\S\ ocntincje iitit;! !i',e ias* lot is nold. \ There ar.- .' nur.ibf^r of si\;,pf stil! i ' f.vnilaiiie. 'ou' rli;;- the piiliijc Is not; . ."^'txlf*::.*^ t'' hi!.. 1*; :i),o\yn ii.v ;a."t I i!.at, itlii-r'. rierf.ld represeutative' nropi'eri in 1 |.r(!M-i.r i.ii/,-i-ier'':. and C;'.} Vancouver, July 2.-The B. C. Electric Railway System, which covers Victoria, Vancouver, North Vancouver, New Westminster and v/hose. principal Interurban line extends as far as Chilliwack, is tied up today-by a strike of employees for higher wages ' and shorter hours v/hich went into ef-itrj. it midnight Inst night. Workers in Vancouver and Victoria v.alksd to their places of business this morning or were fortunate enough to find places In the few. Jitneys or in private cars. PANAMA UMTS "Tropical" Hat Cleaner "Tropical" Hat Cleaner will put and keep your Panama Hat in good shape. Easily applied. Two colors-white and cream. Two sizes-r-50c and $1 i. D. Higiobotham & Co . Limited � y Got S.0.3, B.idges. The following are those \vho received S.O.S. badges on Sunday: Pialpli Nichols. Ralph Wartdington, James Thomson, John Olivor. J. R. Van Haarlem, Gordon Morrison. Paul Mat-son. Roy Fetter. Alan Hamilton. F,. H. La'konba'iier. .Tnlin JohiLslonD. Fdward Owens, of Chin. Death of Mrs. Zimmerman. Tiie death occurred on .Monday in ^ the city ot Mrj. Almeda Alice /.inimer-' _ man. aged l!0 year.3, wife of .losiah i"! fCimmerman. of 1S14 Fiflli Ave;. North, i Jirs. Zimmerman had jest recently; come to tlie cit.v from .Medicine Mali , to join her husband who ,has been a\ ! resilient of Lef.libridge for twrt years.,' ' The-fuilorai services will be held at' Macl-Cay and MucKay's parlors by Rev. W. F. Burns on Wodiiesdny at :;.:'.0. interment in the public/'cemo-lery. Interested Visitor. Among the interesting visitors in tlie city for the mine -rescue contests yesterday \vas W. B. Powell ot Can-more. .Mr. Powell was for severtil years president of Bistrict .No. l.'^. V. M.W. ot A. He is now in charge of the mine rescue station at ('aomore. CARD OF THANKS. i , .Mr. and sm. K. O. Thomas wish' j to express their thanks to neighbors I and friends who helped to save their I household effects Ironi the fire at j their homo Wednesday e .ling. i ' 170-1 Pictures of Home Folks Curry virarmth and comfort to the heart ot.a soldier. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY, - Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 'Al'jertk't Pf�ne�p Druggists* Whslesale and Retail Chemltta, TELEPHONE No. 323 Exemption Appeals. The following dispositions were made by die exemption board in Calgary: .-V. A. Adams. Champion, .-V. Mi'rjougal. Winnifrcd; G. Skovmand. Kirkcaldy; L. C. .McFarland. Vulci\/ii; B. .1. McDonnell, Winnifred; B. Hummel, Champion; 'W. J. West. Vulcan Y. P. .\uder8on, Seven Persons; A. I'j. Maitfer, Seven Persons; 11. Dunn, Seven Persons; P. .NegleskI, Bow Island; C. E. Sharkey, ftayniond; (!. Card. Raymond; R. h. Wlldo. Ray-raon'i; W. E. Turner, Burdett; J. Don-ald.son. Burdett; H. Zuberbier, Whit-la; J. Madeod, Nemiskam; II. 1,. Kit-to, Vulcan: H. S. JohiLston. ;st;rling; K. H. Pridham, Stirling; K. M. IM-croft. Bow -fjland; J, K. Millar. Bow Island; J. T. Shanks, Vulcan, all allowed till November Isl. R. SV. Cooper, Raymond, allowed till Auguat l'""). Hay Sz Feed F. 0. HYDE & CO. Cor. 2nd Ave. and 12tli St. A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE LOyO GEOR To Order Cornices in tin or galvanized iron; eave:; gutterT sUyllgiits,. roofs,' ceilings, ,vall. lliar .u-.ii job. Our work stands the lett of lime. i The Dixon Sheet MetaS Co. REAR STAPrORO BLOCK LETHBRIDGE. ALBEf^TA Superior Sii MINING, BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES ' AWD EQUIPMENT EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS SECOND AVENUE AND THIRTEENTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE Quebec, July 2.-AMtrHflc dynamite explosion shook the entlrn village of 3t, Joseph Beaum.-A number of houses were damaged but no one v/aa Injured. The explosion occurred close to the house of Notary Valere Qpsselln, registrar for Beauce County. In this house alone were twelve persons, some of them week end visitors from Quebec City. The housQ? of Notary Gosselin and Notary Tasch-ereau were bad/y damaged,' barely one pane of glass standing the ahock of the explosion. A pile of fU-e wood was shot up In the air by the force of the efiock and fence posts v/ore torn up more than a hundred feet away. EDERM ,'WE MAKE THE BEST IN THE COUNTRY The SASH & DOOR FACTORY Phone 663 " ^5 London, .lilly 1.-^Premier Lloyd-Goor^je, replying to a large deputation from both honaes'' of parllaipent that' called on him a day, qr two apo to urge the ncc-es-dty |of 'speedy tidop-llon ot a scheme .10^ I'^odoral devolution expressed liiniHelt in hearty sym-jiatliy with Ihls. Ilo declared, according to the onicial report that he had !ilv''''.'s be":! a Kirqtig Federalist. He realized, li(f said',' Ihat >purliiiincnt' wnulii oe utterly tillable to deal I'detiuately with post-war problems It at the �anu' tlmu il was taxed with the local affairs of Scotland, Wales and Irolunil, but it would be Impos-silble to carry through such a measure during tlie war iiiiiosH nssiirod of something like genertJl assent ot parliament. How tar devolution would help solve the Iri.ih question, he did not like to prediolj;, � - � BARBERS Who (ilvo SjitlHfactory Sorvlco. - , WESTflRapK-JRQ8, OppositofllajHf olj^ontreal "The Sanitary Shop" Don't Buy Any tbit^S Umil Yoa See in Herald BEST QUALITY MEATS FRESH KILLED R. Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 733 FOR THE REPAIR SHOP Shoes 'and Small Machinery, 817 Third Ave, fin HAY SALE CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY. UPLAND, ALFAL-FA, MIXED TIMOTHY ANO ALFALFA AND STRAW, CAREFUL ATTENTION- TO ALL ORDERS. FROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR. PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 Snd Avenue South Telephons 732 The Twentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" DROP IN 614 FOURTH AVENUE , , . ^ .i-.u., PHONE ai8 The National Portable Typewriter ' SUCCESSOR TO THE PEN Two colored ribbon, back s'liacer tabulator, weight 12 lbs,. Including caso tor carrying, , Price $58.50 EVERALL & FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS FOURTH AVE^ AND FIFTH 8T. 8, ' PHONE 1107 8566 ;