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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta iNOnONEIMER PIANOS K0I8ON PHONOGRAPHS A88INIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everythlna Mutlc�l" 315 eth Street South Phone 1545 HOTEL WINDSOR �UROPEAN PbAN MEALS PROM S.OO A.M. TO 8.0Q P.M. 1 Lamb, Veal, Mutton, Beef, Pork, Chickens of the Best Quality for the Week End. DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Why* Do Without a Good Fountain Pen svhen wo can offer you one that is guaranteed, at iirices ranging from $2.50 up. Everyone knows that n "Watennan Fountain Pen" is an everyday necessity, and having bought one wo know you will never bo willing to do without one. We always carry 160 or more pens for you to choose from. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 ? EVERYBODY IS DOING IT Paying cash for tlioir purchasps and carrying their goods, where possiblo, and taking advantngo of tho ENORMOUS REDUCTIONS IN PRICES which we a ro making under OUR NEW CASH SYSTEM. That is everybody that wants to save money for thomsolvcs and everybody that takoB any notice of tho appeals of THE CANADA FOOD BOARD. It is the only wr.y prices can be reduced. Bud debts, delivery and collections costs entirely eliminated. oo per.tt. \''t.^ WE SUGGEST YOUR PROVIDING AGAINST YOUR NEEDS AT ONCE. i . Higiabotham 4c Co -- Limitfd ... ' The *A(berta'* Plan<*i' DniootslC* Whalesale end RaUlt Chemist*. TELEPHONE N�. I2S E TANKS WE MAKE THE BEST IN THE COUNTRY The SASH & DOOR FACTORY Phone 663 Montreal, July,, 4.-discussing the new twenty-five per cent. Increase in trans-continental *-commcd!ty freight rates allowed Canadian railroads by the Dominion Board ot Railway com-mlsslonors, G. M., , Bosworth, vice-president of tlie Canadian Pacific Rail-\7ay, says: _ "As to the reasons for the change the whole legislation Is given In the order Itself. The particular Increase is only made in one instance aiid will have no bearing on the general ques tion of freight tariff Increases. It la simply made to harmonize Canadian rates for trans-continental ^raffle with the charges In the United States, so us to put them on a parity, and prevent any undue competition that might lead to re-routing ot freight." Funeral of Mrs. Seaman. The funeral of the late Mrs. Seaman Will take place tomorrow afternoon al 2:30 from the residence, 614 5th Avenue South. Funeral of John Craik. Tho funeral of the late John Craik was held this morning from St. Patrick's church at ten o'clock, interment taking place In St. Patrick's cemetery. Preach at Diamond City. Rev. Chas. Baker will preach at .Diamond City next Sunday afternoon at 3:30. -Splendid patriotic services were held there last Sunday with a large congregation In attendance. Quietly Celebrated. July Fourth is being quietly observcef by Americans locally. "The Stars and Stripes are In evidence 'today, but no celebration has been arranged to mark the day which is being so generally observed in the Anglo-Sa-xon countries. Death of Baby. There died on July 3, George Min-tianski, aged four months, son ot Mr. and Mrs. John Mintianski. The time and place ot funeral will be announced later. The funeral arrangements are in charge of MacKay and Mae-Kay. L.O.L. Meeting. All Orangemen ot the city are specially invited to a special organizing meeting of the above lodge to be held on Friday evening at eight o'clock, in the Moose hall, Officers and members are urgently requested to be in attendance. Bridge Contract. The contract for tho foundations and pier work of the new steal bridge for the C.P.R. at Macleod, has boon awarded to Creelman and Co. ot Calgary. It is likely the company's own men will do the work on ,the steel superstructure. The contract for the new coaling station at Lethbridge yardj has not yet been awarded. Some Rain. Some rain fell on the Lethbridge division last night. From Stavely north good showers are reported, varying from light up to three hours. Very little fell along the Aldersyde line. Reports from Calgary this morning were that there was frost ther^f dur ing the night. A hall storm ot some dimensions also hit that city. Fined flO'sind Costa. R. Grey and A. Smiley, who were picked/up by the local police yealer-day in a d. and d. condition were fined] $10 and costs by Magistrate Irwin this morning, it is 'BdtlQeablo that the old tine ot $5 and coats has disappeared in drunk cases. Joe Bullahlelda an Indian, who got,next.to home ac^al red-eye, was taken/In tow and fined $10 and costs underahe Indian Ac^ 8teve^,WoloachtiJc CBrrl.ed away a slot mai^inq from ilie Xeli(ian Cafo the other^liy. Ilo^as i-eqalred to bring it bucV.'.aBd.lUMMUiiliD'$25 Into the Tjurgajpa, - - - . . Death of Mrs. Zimmerman. Mrs. Joslah Zimmerman, who died on July Ist at her home, 1814 6th Ave. North, leaves to mourn hor loss her husband, two sons, Nelson in Detroit, Mich., and Chester ot this city, and one daughter, Mrs. Harvoy Homo, RIdgeway, Ont. Mr. and Mrs, Zimmerman came to Lethbridge last year from Stevensvllle, Ont. Light Ra'ins. Light rains tell at some pointy on the Lethbridge division last evening. Two hours' heavy rain visited Parkland. ,At Now Dayton there v/as an hour's good shower. Cowloy reports a light frost which did no damage. At Spring Coulee yesterday afternoon there was some hall but no damage resulted. Scatto;'ed showers also fell at Lethbridge and Welling. . Police Court Pete Paulenko got into a scrap with one of the ladies ot tho underworld In th^ tQhsrated district last night. She had to have six atltches in hor scalp, As a result Pete appeared before Magistrate Irwin in city police court this morning charged with as-sault doing grevlous bodily harm. He was rcnumded until July 10th. L. Ha-�en was fined $10 and costs for being drunk. Perfectly Sanitary Truly Artutic Safer for baby! Less work for mother! Right here in town we are elHng the prettiest and most practical low-priced floor coverings on the market You'll be especially pleased with the unusual beauty of the Congoleum Art-Rug patterns. They combine the two things most desired in modern notnes-the truly artistic and the perfectly sanitary I Congoleum Rugs are beauti< ful both in design and color* ing. They are wonderfully practical, being washable, waterproof and sanitary. They never gather dirt iinder them, because thpy lie flat without tacking, llie edges' cannot "kick up.'* Consumers Hardwaire Co. June amounted to $5720. Up till tho end of June the building figures were $85,068 as against $41,688 tor the corresponding period of I9l7. One of tho permits Issued in June was for $5000 tor the C. P. R. minors' library. The customs returns for tho month were $34,140 as agair-st $01,878 for Juno, 1917. /� Tax Sale. The. tax sale was still in progress this morning. One parcel of land was sold during tho morning to an outsldo party. Tho city got all the rest. Nothing was sold except to tho city on Tuesday afternoon. It will take all �this afternoon to go through the list. So far the salo has netted about $16,-003 so far as actual sales made at aac-tion are concerned. Repairs Needed. Mr. Claydon of Nobleford av.is in the city this morning. Ho had a complaint to register. While driving across the traffic bridge here his outo tire was put out ot business when the wheel struck a place where two planks were missing. The trouble is being reported to the road department. The crossing at the brewery is also in bad condition, he says. A Worthy Gift. There is one very patriotic youth in Lethbridge. Though not old enough to enlist, he Is ready to do what ho can to help. This boy was one ot tfit heavy prize winners at the Veterans sports on Monday, and he very handsomely turned back his prizes to the Veterans, for use in whatever way they saw fit. Tho prizes reached a nice sum in value and the Veterans aro extremely grateful for this gltl and the splendid spirit which promptoi' It. CARD OF THANKS. Mr. J. Zimmerman wishes to tl.anl' the many friends for the many kind nesses and great sympathy shown in his rocont sad bereavement. 171-1 .ANNOUNCEMENT. The Ladies' Aid ot Iron Springs will hold an ice cream and strawberry so-cial on Friday, July 5th, at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Bennett, President. 172-2 BARBERS Who Give Satisfactory Service. WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal "The Sanitary Shop" Hay & Feed f. 0. hyde & co. Cor, 2nd Ave, and 12th St. A. PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE IT'S HERE No matter what you want In tho moat line we have It and it's fresh killed. R. Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market phone 733 FOR THE O. K. repair shop Shoes and Small Machinery. 817 Third Ave. HAY po*^ sale CARLOADS OR LCSt TIMOTHY. UPLAND, ALPAL* FA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALPALFA AND dTRAW. CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ALL ORDERS. FROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE U8 FOR ' PRICES. i Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South Telsphons 738 The Twentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP'� ' wimam DROP IN 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 611 Customs and Bulldlna. Buildlug pormitB for tho month of The National Portable Typewriter SUCCESSOR TO THE PEN lack spacer, tabulai Price $58.50 Two colored ribbon, back spacer, tabulotor, weight 12 lbs,, includ- , Ing case for carrying. ' EVERALL & FRANKS PHONE 1107 OFFICE OUTFITTERS FOURTH AVE. AND FIFTH ST. S. ' '__^_ ^ \ t-/�l*j.&i*WMMWti.j.-.aaS.J.,.f../..-^^ 833731 ;