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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta -NOBOHEIMER PIANOS KDISON PHONOGRAPHS 'ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything J15 Soulh Phone IMS LETHBR1BGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN 'MEALS FROM 100 A.M. TO IM P.M. FOR WASH DAY -------.ERE IS NOTHING rUNER THAN OUR COOKED MEATS They're made to tempt the hov weather miro and taste rigbt. DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Why Do Without a Good Fountain Pen V" when we can offer-you one that Is guaranteed, at prices ranging from t up. Everyone inovs that a "Waterman Fountain an everyday necessity, and baring 'bought one we know you will never be willing to do_.withouf one. always carry 150 or more pens for yon to choose from. THE KENNY ALUN CO., Ltd. _____ ____. ._ .Dunur m NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE SILVER WEDDING London, July Is (he twenty-fifth anniversary of tht marriage of Kfng Gtorge and Queen Mary. The popular n- Jolcirio, with which such an event would ordinarily be celebrated Wai refrained from In conieq-j uence of the war. The celebration of the .silver 'wedding throughout the country It taking the form of the collec- tion of gold and silver articles and money for the Red Cross. ITS HERE Mo matter what you want in the line we haTB it and it's Iresh .killed. R. Coultry Phone 492 Hut Msrktt Montreal, 'July: tion created by the Inability of the Cana'dUn'Rillway War .Board, and the representatives of the Federated Hiilway Trides bro- th'trhood to adjust their differ- e.hces over the demand of the urt- loa for wage Increases and developed a serious'aspect yester- day, wa5i'rtporied to hive become brighter afte rtfits mornina's con- ference between tne officials of both orsjnlirtloni. This mornjna the railway war board announced that not offered the al McAdoo award'only, but the im- portant amendments made to it Thts'.announcement lessened the tension'.and .the conference adjourned till Monday. _ NEWSBOYS STRIKE. St: Paul, duly Burnquist-announced that an in- vestigation Into the newsboy strike ;n Minneapolis is being made today and he reiterated his declaration of last night that lie will remove Mayor Thomas Van Lear and Louis Harthill, chief of police, unleWlaw and order is enforced. Metal Work Order Cornices in tin or galvanized walls, JVeTl.'.VnlW-.jfon anything In tin or sheet metal from a tin horn to V corrugated .'iron warehouse. >Aak .for our. estimate on that meit joh. Oor.Tork.stands the 'test'of time. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LBTHBRIDGE. ALBERTA OUR IHEW GASH IS CERTAINLY PROVING ALL AND A GOOD DEAt MORE .THAN EXPECTED IT DO. EVERYBODY I IKES IT EXCEPT THOSE WHO CON'T PAY THEIR BILLS AND THEY ARE THE ONES WE WANTED TO ELIMINATE. THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES WITH ALL DELIVERY COSTS SAO DEBTS AND COLLECTION COSTS ELIMINATED.' THAT IS THE WAY TO REDUCE THE HIGH COST OF LIVING. A 4 WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW. FOR MONDAY AND TUESDAY WE EXPECT LARGE SHIPMENT? nF BINS CHERRIES and BERRIES FOR PRESERVING. ORDER NOW. THE SEASON IS PRETTY..FAR GONE. High-Class Cash Grocers THE GOOD CO. Phone' 525 CANADA FOOD BOARD 'LICENSE NUM5ER '6-S33 Winnipeg, July con-] fnued as during the last f7ith a little business being transacted. Oats closed Sic: nignerVfpf'July ic higher for October. Flax closed unchanged for July and for October, WINNIPEG MARKET Open Close JMy...... SSVi OcL...... .i.'." SOJi SO July.........-...- 402 WO Oct. "351 'CASH'PRICES No. 2 Eitra 1 Feed SaS No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed..7SS- _ No. 3 No.'l C.W...115 No 1CW 400 No 2 CW 377, LIVESTOCK v TYlrinlpeg, July at tfre Union Stock .Yards today were 105 cattle and 373 ho js! Cattle trade was quiet, everything held .-for Monday s market. Hog prices-weak, market de- clined 25 cents a hundred. Selecls sell- ing at 517.75..Stags-sold at 511.25 to }1225, Washingtoh, July CS.-r-Becanae of the recent appearance sub- marines off'the Secret- ary Daniels 5 news papers co publishing an- "-ewaor adveriisms which woald the time of sailing or or location or supposed location iny salp in American r Superior Supply Co. V fONWG, BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES 'AND EQUIPMENT EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS SECOND.AVENUE AND THIRTEENTH Y Are Aroftsed'by METRO'S Orfet Drama of the War FORGET Starring RITA JOLTVET Surriror of the, Xusltanla EMPRESS BEGINNING THURSDAY TANKS WE MAKE THE BEST- IN THE COUNTRY The SASH DOOR FACTORY Phone 663 Our store will be open tomorrow at the follow-'-' AFTERNOON j 4.00 .EVENING THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., LTD. 4 Succcuara to Jackton A Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 PALATABLE OR Oil. Puro Castor Trhieh ap proprlate aromitlcs been added to .nauseat- ing Uste ChildrlA and adults who object to the taste of ordin- ary Castor Oil wlU.Iind palat- able Castor OH' to bo a great Imsrovement CITY AND DISTRICT Dand Concert There will be a Band Concert as usual, !on Sunday, evening, July 7th, at Henderson Labe, LegiunlDs at S.30. tnaersi Death of Wm. Lobas :Died ia tho city on July 6, William xibas, aged 54 years; The remains aro held at' Fetterley's parlors awaiting fuueral arrangemciits. Exprest Officials General Manager'Ford ot the Dom- inion 'Expftw General Supt- Helme'and'Supt, HasUe are In the city todayVon a regular tour ot the coai- system, More Range ,Tho. Southern Alberta sheop grow eri association has been able" to secure moreiiBhEep rango In tho, forest re- those memberstwho desire more range should hand their names Becretary to mako arrange- ments won't hurt a Valspaned Kitchen have been' appointed -solo agonts for Lethbridge and the celebrated lino of Valspar Varulshes and Enamels. Bear thia when yoiTwant the best. a 'In i Consumers Hardware Co. 120" FIFTH STREET 8. 'PHONE 1212 For Red Cross .The hon.. treas. Red Cross society acknowledges with thanks donation ol 1150.00 from the Colony Club ot Coal dale '-.Colony and' ?49.00 prqctcd- oi danceTat Warner on July Ist.'jier Mrs Mnnday, ion. sec.' Hed Cross society Warner. Lesves s FarnlJy .Thos. Baker, the. well-known farmer who died from injuries In the 9wee Grass hospital yesterday, leaves a jwifc and four" children. They'we're on their way to North Dakota when the acoifient happened. The remains, will "y" be7seatfto Church's Ferry; N- for interment' Move Office 1 J Harris and ha.ve moved their real estate ana employment" ofHra from tieir bid; location, into the store recently vacated uy the Consumers' 'Hardware, in addition to lishcd business the cfimpanr will in have the agencies for'ihe Olds Mobile automobile'and tho Samson j tractor. Much'Hay "Ar letter, has received by the L trade from W. S. Faust on the E. D, and B. C. 'Railway stating that within a short distance of .that town there'are several raead ows where- 500 to 1000 tons' ol hay could be cut. Mr. Adams' states that he Information-owing 'to the report that the haj crop in (he Leth-j bridge dl trfct this would.be! 'only 60 per'cent, j Dance for Red A dance will be held In Felgcr'a hie barn] south of the city, on Thursday evening Kenalf of. the Red Cross. Autos from the city havei'been arraTiged for: and those Intending 'to go should Jeave'their J. N Ritchie, hon secretary, at the Klrkham block. The price, Including dance and auto .will bs.Jl. Ice cream and reffeshmments will be served, Commission Not Favorably Get'Reduced.Freight j, 6H-Alberla coal may not bo reco in mended by. the Winnipeg civic'committee senj." here to Invest! according lo1 members ol that committee in the cltj today Aid. Queen explained that in the ordlnar) course of ejents "Winnipeg ttoujil compelled to pa> 'up proiimately J14 a ton for United States anthracite nest'winter, where as the present-price'of Alberta lignlt m Winnipeg- is; (Ho ?12.' "In using "Alberta fuel'lt" would ..bo. found necessary to use about-50. per cent more Aid. Queen, 'because of the difference in .qual- ity deferencein prjca. aa Alberta product jiie-United .Stales anthracHfl'.did not. use of Al- fuel If the Manitoba people "coulij secure-the 'cool from .'thi? Eastern States. camo here-with an unprojud- .ced said J, Wallace, "and we" have made a sincere: effort''to get at Iho aclual cost ot production of a ton of coal but .bare ueeir-unable; to ;dd so. The mine owners would not show us their, accounts and give .us actual facia. They seemed jnot- to send any coal to Winnipeg rather than cut'the-price in cny resptct. They all say they are n ay Ing! no dividecils and say losing money. "But we -know-that this Is true, If we'can hot get "at th'elr actual f Mr, Wallace said learned that-the coal :cafs ,af tho mine was that freight-.was' that one had to..hount approxi- mately Tor atlminlstra'tfo'n and cart- was end and he could profits in; the Alberta coal. S. C. Oiton, deputy minister of pub- lic works for Manitoba, apd- J.; Donaldr acting fuel; 'tho province of Erfr monton lutenlowing the proyincial luel officials with'an'idei'pf learning if it might be possible to" get a reduc- tion In freight rates on coal-going from Alberta to WlDnlpeg., A section of the St, Lawrence Starch Company's plant at Port Credit was lire and, tlio- damage is esUraatei at.about- LteaL Allan enlisted at Melson and went overseas in April, 1916, with the 1st Canadian IMon'eers, has been Canada, The Twentieth Century Book Store BOOK SHOP" DROP IN 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE Auto Club Convention Lelhbridgc autdiats aro rnccting on Monday ntght to arrange for repre eentatldn at tho cdnvenlion of Ihe Al-1 herta Jlotor Leaaue at Edmon'on on July 12th and 13th A large turnout of members Is desired. It. is likely that oh effort will be made to have (he convention In Lethhrldge neit year and'for th 13 reason a good delegation ehould go from Lethbritlge. The National Portable Typewriter i ,i i i s SUCCESSOR' TO THE PEN Two colored ribbon, bock spacer, tabulator, welsit 12-lbs., IncluiJ- _ J Price EVERALL FRANKS N OFFICE'OUTFITTERS FOURTH.AVE, AND FIFJH 3T. S. PHONE 1107 I This Space has been Reserved 'for News of the Southern Alberta Amalgamated Fair and To be Field in JULY 22 Alberta 27, 1918 Watch for Announcement of New Features Daily i i f i z one day to make rttojw (of Ifce Exhibition. Mail jour entriei to- dav. W. McC.MOORE, Manager, ;