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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 4, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta PIANOS KOISOM ASBlNllOlA MUSIC 111 ftth South Ifttt LETHBRIDGE DAILY HOTEL WINDSOR tUAOflAN PbAfl MtAU FROM f 0 Ml Mb Chickens of the Best Quality for the Week DELANYS Meat Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 482 Why Do Without a Good Fountain Pen when we can otter you one that is at prices ranging from Everyone knows that a Waterman Fountain Pen is an everyday and having bought one we know you will never be willing to do without We always carry 160 or more pens tor you to choose THE KENNY ALL1N NEXT DALLAS HOTEL ore PHONE 14S7 OFFER TO DOM At a special meeting of the city the first to be held since Commissioner Meech was sworn an offer was received from Peck to do the scavenging for the city for a No action was taken onthe owing to the fact that the council 4d not have compiled detailed figures of the cost Of scavenging under the present ar These figures are being and will be dealt with At the present time it is costing the city about per an num to do the Of this 000 ie chargeable to capital charges which the city would have to tain even though a contract to a pri vate party to do the work were award If the contract is how a considerable change will be effected in the citys stable organiza and that department will be al most wiped An Thequestion of building an trfcin etrator been under discussion by NOTICE Gas consumers will please be advised that thengas accounts will still be payable at the Can adian Bank of Commerce as CANADIAN WESTERN NATURAL HEAT 1 AND POWER The Best White Cooks in theory are at the Silver You will enjoy the hot weather menu served You wilt en joy dining when we N Prepare Your Served by all white TheSilverGrill 4th Afith the council for some time as a means of relieving the cost of scavenging of who installed the incinerator was asked to sub mlt plans and a tender for the ton struction of a suitable incinerator for The figurewas which is many thousand over what the council so that It was de cided to drop the subject for the pres Commissioner who resigned as city assessor when he offered him as a candidate for the commls slonershlp hae again been appointed city Commissioner Freeman has been appointed vice mayor for the re mainder of the year The substation employees have been granted awage of 50 cents peV hour and nine hour day instead of the old schedule of 46 cents per hour and a nine and onehalf hour Commissioner Meech submitted his report of the Calgary a resume of which appeared in yester days N NO LOCAL FUEL No fuel commissioner will be ap pointed for the city of though the other cities of the pro vince will probably follow the advice of John chief mine inspec tor of the whose duty it is to see that all points in are properlysupplied withfuel for the The request that Lethbridge appoint a fuel commissioner was received by the city council few days with the result that the following resolu tion was passed That Stirling be written since this is a point of origin of coal the question of rail road cars is not involved excepting that if the car supply were coal would be more at the option of our on which ac count the council does not think that would be accomplished by appointing a fuel commissioner in the city of SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS JAILED July Sev enth Day Adventlsts who de clined to do certain work at on the seventh have been sentenced to two years less one day imprls onment at Lethbridge by a dls fr trlct court The men follow their religious precepts and do no work on the seventh day of the The men aent enced are Privates Jones and both of Metal Work To Order Cornices In tin or galvanized Iron gutters Well build you anything In tin or sheet metal from a tin horn to a corrugated Iron Ask for our estimate on that next Our work stands the I test of The Dixon Sheet Metal REAR STAFFORD BLOCK Superior Supply BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS SECOND AVENUE ANQ THIRTEENTH LETHBRIDGE EVERYBODY IS DOING IT Paying cash for their purchases and carrying their whore and taking advantage ot the ENORMOUS fttOUCTIONS IN PRICES which we a ro making under OUR NtW CASH That Is to save money for themselves and everybody that ally notice of the appeals of THE CANADA FOOD It Is the only way prices can be Bad delivery and collec tions costs entirely i WATCH OUR BUSINESS YOU CANT KEEP Ft BINQ CHERRIES FOR Special large shipments to Saturday and Let us have your order for these HiffhClass Cash THE GOOD CO CANADA POOD iOARD LICENSE NUMBER SSM Phones 525 For the Boys At iFraiik 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 Send those your have re ceived during the you are through with THE WEATHER High and 63 46 In Sympathy With Electrical WoritersWill Tie Up July sympathetic strike all mechanics and laborers affiliated with tha Metal Trades Council has been called for Friday nobn on account of the strike of the electrical workers employed by the Electric and Western Canada Power This will affect ten thousand or more it is The action was taken at the meeting of the Metal Trades Council last night at tlie request of theelectrical work Shipyards and all industrial plante will be tied up if the order Is carried While the instructions which is being sent to all members of the affi liated unions tdfday does not include the because of the exis tence of agreements understood to be for the period of the men in these plants will be in the position ot taking individual No Settlement in steps have been openly at least towards a settlement of tHe street car strike and electrical strike which threatens to extendtomorrow until it covers great part of the citys industrial Negotiations attempted by Mayor Gale in an endeavor prevent the spread of the strike or to secure a settlement before havebeen The dElectric re fuseto make any compromise pend ing thi receipt of Report of the conciliation which may not be handed down far some days Attor ney General Harris has conferred with the but no results have been PARIS GREEN Now b the time to Sprinkle Your Potatoes With Paris Green Mix A thorough treatment now will roost effectively stop the des truction of the plants by the Potato Bugs and you will get benefit in a large Best Paris THE RED CROSS djftUG BOOK Successors to Jackson A Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlosk Building CITY AND DISTRICT Awcnowleoges on behalf of the acknowledges receipt ot from Wynyard Evans for the VeUr ans For Sailors The Herald acknowledges receipt of a fine donation of 8 from the little scholars at Miss Bawdens to ward the Sailors Certificate The registration cartificate of Anna Hansher has been picked up on tho street by the city The lady may secure same by calling at the po lice Oh Pishing chief train dispatch er of the left this morning for a three weeks fishing trip to the Winnipeg July at the Union Stock Yards tbtfay were 700 36 11XB hogs and 10 Quotations I Butcher to to to to stockers and to veal to sheep and to Hog heavies to sows and to Calgary July Receiptsat the stock yards todaV are much heavier In volume as is general towardthe end of the Twenty loads of cattle are reported and ten loads of Hogs are mostly of good quality and are fetching top There is some fair betf cattle bringing from to Stock ers are moving a little bring ing from TANKS WE MAKE THE BEST IN THE COUNTRY The SASH DOOR FACTORY Phone 667 Communion Communion service will be held In Knox church next Sunday On Friday evening preparatory ser vice will be in the school room at 8 Funeral of The funeral of the late Seaman will take place tomorrow afternoon at from the 614 5th Avenue Funeral of John The funeral of the late John Craik was held this morning from Pat ricks at ten inter ment taking place in Patricks PARIS GREEN WE ARE I N2 RECEIPT OF A SUPPLY OF PARIS THIS MORNING AND OFFER IT LOTS AT WE SUGGEST YOUR PROVID ING AGAINST YOUR NEEDS AT HigiabothaniCo Limitfd Wbelesals snd ReUll TELEPHONE US INK IN FREIGH RATE the new twentyfive per increase in transcontinental freight rates allowed Canadian railroads by the Dominion Board of Railway com vice president of the Canadian Pacific Rail says As to the reasons tor the change the whole legislation is given in the order The particular increase is only made in one instance and will have no bearing on the general ques tion of freight tariff It Is simply made to harmonize Canadian rates tor transcontinental rattle with the charges in the United so as to put them on a and pre vent any undue competition that might lead to rerouting of Fined Grey and who were by the local police yester day in a and condition were fined J10 and costs by Magistrate Irwln this it is noticeable that the old fine of and costs has disappear ed in drunk Joe Bullshlefds an who got some actual was tow and fined and costs under Indian Steve carried away a slot machine from tfie jBeliian Cafe the to bring it buul into the Preach at Diamond Baker will preach at Diamond City next Sunday afternoon tit Splendid patriotic services were held there last Sunday with a large congregation in by Americans The Stars and Stripes are in evidence but no celebration has been arranged to mark the day which is being so generally observed in the AngloSaxon Death of There died on July George Mtn aged four son ot and John The time and place of funeral will be announc ed The funeral arrangements are in charge of MacKay and Mac Truly Artktio Safer for baby Lest work for mother I Right here in town we are 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 era ngs most esre n mo the truly artistic and the perfectly sanitary I Congoleum Rugs are beauti ful both in design and They are wonderfully being waterproof and They never gather dirt under because they lie flat without The edges cannot kick Consumers Hardware June amounted to Up till the end of June the building figures were as against for the cor responding period of One of tho permits issued In Juno was for for the miners The customs returns for the month were as against for Tax tax sale was still In progress this jOne parcel of land was sold during the morning to an outside Tho city got all the No thing was sold except to the city on Tuesday It will take all this afternoon to go through the So far the sule has netted about 03 so far as actual sales made at auc tion are can to This boy was one of heavy prize winners at the sports oti and he very hand somely turned back his prizes to for use In Whatever way theysaw The prizes reached a nice sum iu value and the Veterani are extremely grateful for this glfl and the splendid spirit which prompter Repairs Claydon of Nobleford was in the city this He had a complaint to While driving across the traffic bridge here his auto tire was Quietly put out ot business when the wheel July Fourth is being quietly observed struck a place wheretwo planks were The trouble is being report ed to the road The cros sing at the brewery is also in bad con he A Worthy There Is one very patriotic youth in Though not old enough o he is ready to do what he CARD OF Zimmerman wishes to the many friends for the many kind nesses and great sympathy shown In his recent sad 1711 The Ladles Aid of Springs will hold an ice cream and strawberry so cial on July at 1723 BARBERS Who Give Satisfactory WESTBROOK Opposite Bank of Montreal The Sanitary Shop All Orangemen of the city are spe invited to a special organizing meeting of the above lodge to be held on Friday evening at eight in the Moose Officers and members ara urgently requested to be in attend Bridge The contract for the foundations anl pier work the new steal bridge for the at has been awarded to Creelman and ofCal It is likely the companys own men will do the work on the steel The contract for the new coaling station at Lethbridge yards has not yet been Some Some rain fell on the Lethbridge di vision last From Stavely north good showers are varying from light up to three Very little fell along the Aldergyde Reports from Calgary this morning were that there was frost dur ing the A hall storm of some dimensions also hit that Death of Jos la h who died on July 1st at her 1814 Eth leaves to mourn her loss her two Nelson in and Chester of this am one Harvey and Zim merman came to Lethbrldge last year from Light Light rains fell at some potntjbon the Lethbridge division last Two hours heavy rain visited Park At New Dayton there was an hours good Cowloy reports a light frost which did no At Spring Coulee yesterday afternoon there was some hall but no damage Scattered showers also tell at Lethbridge and Police Court Pete Paulenko got Into a scrap with one of tha ladiea ot the underworld u tpterated district last She had to have six stitches hi her As a result Pete appeared be lore Magistrate Irwln in city police court this morning charged with as sault doing grevlous bodily He was remanded until July Ha gen wan fined and costs for being and Euildlug permits for tho month of Hay Feed HYDE 2nd and 12th PHONE 1244 LETHBRIDGE ITS HERE No matter what you want In the meat line we have it and its fresh Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 733 FOR THE X REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small 817 Third 1iAVFORSALE CARLOADS OR LtSS ALFAL MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ALL F ROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR Saunders Hay Grain 1221 2nd Avenue Soutfc Telephone 7SS The Twentieth Century Book Store EVERYBODYS BOOK E3Z32S2Z DROP IN 814 FOURTH AVENUE PHONC 111 The National Portable Typewriter SUCCESSOR TO THE PEN Two colored back weight 13 ing case for EVER ALL FRANKS PHONE MS OFFICE OUTFITTERS FOURTH AND FIFTH ;