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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta MOMtNIIMIR AMINI10IA MUtlC 1 Ivtrythlno Muileal HI Urtsi Beuth Phone LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR PLAN MIALt PMOM MM f 0 Ready again this week with all varieties of Cooked Meats Just the thing for this hot DELANYS Meat Opposite Dalits Hotel phone 452 Why Do Without a Good Fountain Pen when we can offer you one ttal Is at prices ranging from Ereryone knows that a Waterman Fountain Pen is an everyday and having bought one we Know you will never be willing to do without always carry 150 or more pens for you to choose THE KENNY ALL1N NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Store PHONE 14S7 NEW DAYTON 1 Ftom Our Own Correabonflent New Jtane McDonald and family have gone to Eastern Oontrio on an extended manager of the Standard has been transferred to Calgary and is succeeded by tilltngton from that We believe Bllllngton will be a valuable asset as a cltlien to the The next Red Cross dance will be held in John Cress new on the evening of July John says every thing will be In tip top anJ that the mule which he is presenting to the Red Cross society will be decor ated up for the which in It self we think will be a sijlit well worth The mule is a first class animal and Cress guarantees its It is also the intention Hallon Friday night by the and with Steckle in the Carr spoke of ihe neces sity of union and that the farm women should stand solid behfnd their hus bands and that the flag and what it stands for should be taught tc the She deplored the fact that the fMgwas seldom seen flying over a school building in King and McClellan aleo spokeand several pew members join ed Today is Dominion Day and a num ber ot flags are flying in the It is regrettable that people are too careless to turn the Union Jack right side even one of the business in town treating ue to this insult and for merly of the Alberta Pacific ot the local Womens Institute hold iefttoday for the where our a picnic in the announcements of which will be put up in the usual MILK RIVER From Our Own CoirMpondent Milk July crops In Milk River district are suffering very much for want of a few places have enjoyed one of the scatter ed showersare fairly but more moisture is urgently Some of the farmers are already plowing in the growth and a few have turned their horses and cattle into the The prospects are not at all though even yet a rain would do At a meeting after church service on the Milk River Union Church decided that owing to the war and crop conditions they would not proceed with their builfing program this There Is no urgent need of a church building as the congregation has the use of a large room in the Consolidated Lind school was closed for the summer months on Thursday when received a shower ftom the of the Bank of Commerce left on Saturday for Prince Albert and other points in Saskat I A Joint meeting was held in Ellerts The Best White Cooks in the city are at the Silver You will enjoy the hot weather menu served You will en joydining when we Prepare Your Meals Served by all white TheSilverGrill 4th A 5th good wishesfollow JL ORION June The funeral service for son of and Mrs Brodin was held at Glenbanner on Sun day Barhy There was quite a large The Borgen taking the service first In Elngiish and afterwards in the Norwegian The children and teachers of the Orion Consolidat ed school contributed some beautiful flower for On Tuesday night in connection with the spring drive ot the o AJbertaa meeting was held in the hall at A large number of farmers afij a good number of ladies were 4 Carr was the first outlining the bene and tdvantages of the of Hsiymond followed with a giving a few cases to show how the can help the farmer not only reference to his but giving advice in cases of military exemptions and other McClennan spoke of the coopera tive efforts oflthe farmers in the three provinces in disposing ot the of the the advantages of purchasing through the same SUSTAINS Macleod Judgment has been down by the Appellate divi sion of the supreme court in the ap peal Jy the accused in the case of The King Archibald The accused was convicted at the spring sittings in Macleod before Justice Walsh and a jury for attempt ing to administer a drug or other nox ious thing to a young woman for an illegal It was argued on behalf of the ac that it was in order to support to prove the substance administered was in tact a drug or other noxious while the contention of the crown was that the charge of an attempt to commit a crime rested upon the wrongful intent The judgment of Justice concurred in by pjher members of the up holds the latter view and sustains the of Loth for the Rob of for the crown Metal Work Order Cornices In tin or galvanized iron gutters Well build you anything in tin or sheet metal from a tin born corrugated Iron for our estimate on that next Our work stands the test of Sheet Metal Co I Superior Supply BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS AVENUE AND THIRTEENTH LETHBRIDQE D APRICOTS FOR PRESERVING At ridkulowly tow AO hi food sound finest California 65 they From present appearances Washington nml Apricots will sell at more money than what we are selling these Do not delay if you want We strongly advise buying apricots now at this low i OUR NEW CASH SYSTEM Is getting more and more popular every there are big savings to be made by trading Here under this All Bad Delivery and Collection Costs Cash Grocers WATCH OUR BUSINESS THE COOP CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 52S For the Boys At Frank Send your read magazines and te The Herald for the soldier boyt Invalided at the Frank A shipment will be made at the end of each Do not end old period Send thoie your have re ceived during the after you are through with MARKETS Close 7814 387 378 WINNIPEG Open October July October CASH Oats 2 3 Extra 1 Feed 1 80 Vi 2 80 2 120 4 115 Rejected and Feed Flax 1 385 2 384 3 WINNIPEG July at the Union Stock yards today were 400 16 1538 hogs and 126 Butcher to heit to to to to stackers and to veal to sheep and to to sows and to to Hot Peacock is in the city from He is not very cheer ful about the cropsinthe eastern part of the province but states that the Hat is booming and its stampede will be better than ever this TAKE A KODAK WITH YOU No matter where you are go or you will be your holidays will be much more enjoyable if you take a Kodak We have all sizes from the Vest Pocket Kodak to the Post Card Also Brownies and Premo 1918 Catalogues just Call or write for a THE RED CROSS DRUG x A stii Jackson A 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT On July 3 The Court meeting will be held July not July as It Recovering Humphries is progressing ws well as can be expected after his recent BORN and 7It 3rd Street on July a 1711 Sons of England Red Rose Degree will meet this evening at in the Several matters of Importance will bo and all members are asked to Funeral The funeral of the late Ruth Maria Elford of Burdett wilt be held at Mac Kay and MacKays parlors tomorrow afternoon at two July Revt Cragg Taber Tax Taber tax rate has been fixed at 90 All males of the age of 21 years residing in the Taber school dis trict Tor over one month will this year have to pay a minimum tax of Death of Coaldale Man There died on July John aged 56 The body was removed to MacKay and MacKays The funeral will likely take place to morrow and the service will be held from Patricks Interment in Patricks The deceased was a farmer Hying near A who for two years after the organization of the district was chief clerk to the Lethbridge division has been appointed yardmaster of the Edmon ton and Strathcona Summer Under the auspices of the Alberta Sunday School and Boys Cooperative a Boys Camp boys and lead ers years and will be held at Stair two miles west of Gole from July 2nd to This will be followed by a Summer School and Girls Camp for girls of 15 years and from July 9tfi to July Killed Near Fernie Free employed at section hand on the Great Northern and residing at met instant death last Satur day afternoon when a gasoline speed er on which he and six other section men were returning from the after receiving their pay col lided with an upbound local The accident occurred about one mile this side of Swlnton at a point where a sharp curve Intervenes and this pre vented those on the speeder as well as the trainmen from noticing the ap proach of each Red x The Red Cross society acknowledges with thanks Proceeds Of collection made at football match between Benedicts and Bachelors at the ball park on Dominion per Wo mens section of Sexton per Mary Coutts proceeds of Spring Cou proceeds of school Spring Coulee per Anita Secretary Red Cross Spring Donation Spring Coulee Red Cross Society Pak per TANKS WE MAKE THE BEST IN THE COUNTRY The SASH DOOR FACTORY flwwM3 PANAMA HAT CLEANER Tropical Hat Clean er will put and keep your Panama Hat in good Easily Two and Two and SOc 1 Hifiitahaa t Co LiEaited ftomer Wholesale and Retail TELEPHONE US Join Flying Dezso and Rolfson of Raymond hpve joined the Royal Air Forces under the new order permitt ing recruiting of cadets to be held on reserve Appeals The appeals of Woolley of Magratti and Fraser of Taber were the central appeal judge In McLeod of Claresholm farmer was allowed until November x Rejoins City formerly accountant for the street railway now with the accounting branch of he local will Hhortly rejoin the city hall staff in charge of the assessment de partment under Commissioner Meech who will remain as city assessor along with his new position of com luisgloncr 01 public Judgment for Judgment has been handed down by Justice Scott In the case of Becker and Yates a dispute over a lumber Judgment is for the plaintiffs claims arid In the ap peal by Wilson in case of Wilson the appeal is dismissed with the judgment of Jus tice Ives bulng In the case a dispute in Solving of some tine Koyal owner of the wheat Dominion Day Dance The big dance In the evening of Dominion Day was oneof the most successful ever given by the There was a large turnout of the ladies gentlemen of the city and district anil everybody had a very good and enjoyable Needs Orchestra performed quite up to spe which is saying some I Death Seaman There died at the C14 5th LGStie aged 64 beloved wife of George who is the only member of the family left to mourn her and Sea man are old timers in Lfethbridge and their many friends will be shocked to hear of her The funeral In charge of Fetterly will take place from the residence on July at of the Christian church Intermept will take place in the fam ily plotin the public cemetery Safer for baby Lett work for mothert Right here in town we aie the prettiest and most practical lowpriced floor coverings on the market Youll be especially pleased with the unusual beauty of the Congoleum ArtRug pat They combine the two things most desired in mod ern truly artistic and the perfectly sanitary f Congoleum Ruga are ful both in design and They are wonderfully being waterproof and They never gather dirt under because they lie flat The edges cannot kick Consumers Hardware ing Joe Bon fad In Wilson Me Leod Armstrong Hudsons Bay Lethbridge Mer D The Alexandra Confectionery liethbridge Baalim Motor Hlg inbotham Rylands ft Scott Fruit Alberta Club Taylor Royal Ken ny Perry Empire Consumers West ern Supply Equipment Dallas Lethbridge Iron Ar llngjon City Harness Silver Alexandra Palace Macdoriald Lethbridge Candy Reel Cross Drug Johnston Mason Everall Roy Gutta Percha Rubber McKenzie Rubber Assinlboia Music Garbutt Business Penne W Western Hardware Peter Becker Sid Mike Hyde Saunders Grain George Knud Woolworth John Gib pons Olympta Palace Knight McKelvie Hut The Simpson HlckSehl Hardware Victoria Con Bawden McKay Allen Imperial Oil TCP rill Floral Mord eni Hart Hardware Hennessey Kil Lee Lee Blng Peoples Drug Delanys Meat Continental OH Also the business men and dis i BARBERS Who Give Satisfactory WESTBROOK Opposite Bank of Montreal The Sanitary Shop Hay Feed 2nd and 12th PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE Locals A picked team of junior baseball players of the city went to Taber on Monday to play the Taber juniors in connection with the sports They were thewinners in a good game by a score of The Lethbridge battery was Rtdpath and Grist while Harrison and Melroy per formed for the Taber The Ta ber boys will play a return game at the ball park herd on Thursday even ing of this week when it is expected a big crowd will be on Contracts Awarded At a special meeting of the public school board on Tuesday afternoon contracts were awarded for the paint ing and kalsomining of the schools during the midsummer Wel lington were given the contract for the Galbraith and Fleet wood George Morgan got the contract for tho Manual Training school and while Emery the Fleet wood The total cost of the work is in the neighborhood of City Fires Fire in Gows stable on Main caused the death of a cow and The had just been brought in from the herd and placed In stable to be milked when the fire broke and before she could be rescued the tire had reached such a stage as to make rescue The fire brigade answered the Another fire oc curred near the city due to the wind blowing the burning refuse up the Chief Hardy declares the burning dump IH a menace to the city which will not be corrected until the city builds an Thank Business Men The Great Veterans Associa tion and the Trades Labor Council wish to thank the following business men of Lethbridge and district for their very generous assistance and donations fqr the Donilnion Day Sports Moses The LethbrWfee The Leth bridge The Kocky Moun tain Mining The Union 57i Lfcthbridge of The mayor ami commission The City White Lethbridge Brewing and Malt BEST QUALITY MEATS FRESH KILLED Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 733 FOR THE REPAIR SHOP and Small 817 Third H A V FOR SALE CARLOADS OR LESS ALFAL MIXED AND ALFALFA AND CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ALL FROMPT SHIPMENT OR WIRE US FOR Saunders Hay Grain 1221 2nd Avenue Soutli Telephone 711 The Twentieth Century Book Store BOOK SHOP DROP IN 614 FOURTH AVENUC PHONI en The National Portable Typewriter SUCCESSOR TO THE PEN v Two colored back weight It Includ ing case for EVERALL FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS FOURTH AND FIFTH PHONE v ;