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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 8, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta N0R0HE1VIER PIANOS KDISON PHONOGRAPHS A8SINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everythino Musical" 315 ath Street South Phone 1545 1 __ LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO �.00 P.M. FOR WASH DAY THERE IS NOTHING FINER THAN OUR COOKED MEATS They're made to tempt the hot weather npiictito-are marc right and taste right. DELANY'S Mesit Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel phone 452 "OFFICE SUPPLIES" BLANK BOOKS. FILES. BINDING CASES. LEGAL FORMS. TYPEWRITER PAPER, TYPEWRITER CARBON, RIBBONS, ETC., ETC. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL ^^teifOS^: Store PHONE 1487 �2i in the Cit^ Churches Knox Church-Tuesday at S p.m., regular monthly meeting of the hoard of managers in the vestry; regular monthly meeting of the Women's Mis- IT'S HERE >. Xo matter what you want In the meat line we have it and It's fresh kUled. R. Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market sio�ary Society in the school room. Wednesday afternoon the annual Sunday scliool picnic win be held at the Experimental Farm, cars will leave the church at 3.30. Parents are invited to come along. United Church.-Wednesday evening at 8 p.m., prayer service. Thursday evening at S p.m., meeting of board of stewards in hall. Thursday at 2.30 to 5. the ladles are holding a tea-towel shower in the hall. St. Cyprians-Tonight (Mondavi at 7. Boy Scouts meet in vestry; at 7.30 Girl Guides meet in parish room. Tuesday at S p.m., intercession service. Wednesday, Sunday school picnic. Baptist Church.-Wednesday at S.30 prayer meeting. Christian Church-All of the members ot the Sunday school of the Christian church .Tre requested to join in the picnic at Henderson Park on Wednesday afternoon and evening. Those who are to take the park car are asked to be at the church at 3 p.m. L. D. S. -Meeting at the church tomorrow at 2.30, testimony and business. Christian' Sciencr-^Wednesday at 8 p.m., regular weekly testimony meeting. REPORT IT AT ONCE Washington, July 8.-Ths senate Inter'state commerce commission decided to report Immediately without holding hearings, the house resolution authorizing the president to take over telegraph, telephone and radio systems during the war. ? SPECIAL-Preserving Strawberries and Bing Cherries BIG SHIPMENT JUST IM AT LESS THAN WHOLESALE COST. WHILE THEY LAST. ORDER NOW. YOU WILL PAY MORE IF YOU WAIT, BESIDES THE SEASON IS PREtTY WELL OVER. \ , BING CHERRIES I STRAWBERRIES About 20 bs. to the case. Per Case.................$3.95 Per Crate................. $3.50 i SUCCESS. GET ' ALL LINES. WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW. OUR NEW CASH SYSTEM IS PROVING A HOVHLING SUCCESS. GET THE HABIT AND SAVE M^NEY BY DEALING HERE. BIG REDUCTIONS ON ALL LINES. , High-Class Cash Grocers THE GOOD CO. \ CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-599 Phone 525 MARKETS Winnipeg. July S.-Receipts and offerings of all grain on the local market continues very small, and there is no expectation that this condition will change until ,otter the new crop begins to arrive. Oats closed 5-Sc higher for July at S9 3-S; October 5-8c higher. Flax closed Ic lower for July and 1 3-Sc higher for October. Winnipeg Markets Oats- Open. Close. July .... .... S9% S9% October ................SlVs Sl'i Flax-July ......... .... 400 � 399 October ...............390 392% Cash Prices Oats-No. Z C.W... SO?^ Xo. 3 C.W.... S3Ss Extra Xo. 1 feed ............... 83^ No. 1 feed.. No. 2 feed.. 83% Barley- No. 3 C.W...120 No. 4 C.W.. .115 Rejected.....................110 Feed ........................109 Flax- No. 1 N.W.C..................393 No. 2 C.W...39G No. 3 C.W...371 � r Preservino Fruit Jar Rings, pints and quarts. Spices, cill flavors. Parawax, ih ^-4 or lbs. COMMANDER ARRESTED London, July 8.-The Czechoslovak forces which recently overthrew the Bolshevik! government at Vladivostok, says 'a dispatch from Toi^io under date of July 3 to the Sxcliangc Telegraph Company, h^v-i made prisoner the BolshevikI commander and his staff. Evorythlng is now quiet at the Russian Pacific port, the dispatch adds. "THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson & Co. Telephoneij 655 and 1232 Sherlocic. Building CfTY AND DISTRICT Taber Motor Co. The Taber Motor Co. has been Incorporated with a capital ot $20,000. won't hurt a Valspanred Kitdten Hotel Man Here. II. IJ. Stephens, proprietor ot the Coaldalo Hotel, ig in the city today ifrom Calgary. Foremost Co. The Foremost Water and Light Co. has bfipn incorporated with a capital of .?2CrT0. Funeral of Greta McLean. The funeral of Greta McLean will take place from Fetterly's parlors at 2:30 on Tuesday, July 9th, Rev. C. K. Cragg officiating. Interment in the public cemetery. Funeral of Bill Lopas. I The funeral of Bill Lopas took place this afternoon at three o'clock from St. Patrick's church, in charge of T. S. ITetterly. Interment in St. Patrick's cemetery. Metal Work To Order Cornices In tin or galvanized Iron; eaves, gutters, skylights, roofs, ceilings, walls, floors. We'll build you anythlni: In tin or sheet metal from a tin horn to a corrugated iron warehouse. Ask for our estimate on. that next job. Our work stands the test ot time. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIOOK. ALBEKTA* Superior Supply Co. MINING, BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS SECOND AVENUE AND THIRTEENTH STREET^ LETHBRIDGE LOVE-HUMANITY- PATRIOTISM- Are Aroused by METRO'S Great Drama ot the War LEST WE FORGET starring RITA JOLIYET Survivor of the Xusitania EMPRESS BEGINNING THURSDAY TANKS WE MAKE THE BEST IN THE COUNTRY / The SASH & DOOR FACTORY Phone 663 Pure Castor h\\ to which appropriate aroraatics have been added to disguise, the nauseating taste. Children and adults who object to the taste of ordinary Castor Oil will find palatable Castor Oil to be a great improvement. Two Vets. Returning. in a party of returned soldiers who reached Quebec on July 5 and who are expected in Calgary tomorrow, are two Lethbridge men, J. Davenport and W. Thomas. 28 Cars Stock. Twenty-eiglit cars ot stock cattle were loaded at Carrtston yesterday by GoJ-don;. Ironsides and Fares ' for shipment to the .Moose Jaw, Winnipeg and Chicago markets. We have been (ippolnted solo agents for Lethbridge and vicinity fof,; the celebrated lino of Valspar Varnishes antl Enamels. Bear this In mind''; when you want the best. Consumers Hardware Cd^i PHONE 1212 120 FIFTH STREET S. .5 In the country. While here he met a number of the executive officers oif the Southern Alberta Wool Growers' Assoclatioji and discussed the matter with them. Police Court. Lung Wong, a local celestial appeared in police court this morniog bsStore Magtstvato Irwln charged with disturbing the peace by peeping into people's windows. He was soaked %X�^ and costs, h. Collins, an idler, was warned to got a job. Mike Dudas, father and son, Mike Chollak and John Choilak, alione who neglected to report were all fined. It cost A. Barns-ley six and costs for cutting corners at a street intersection while driving his motor car. certificates under the recent orJer-In-council. There hajs been a great deal ot bitterness texpressed over the stern manner in which the now order is being enforced and, a number ot people from outside. jx�ln,ts who have been arrested here on charges of failure to carry the necessary papers have declared that they will not ylslt Letli^ bridge again. Fair Office Hours. The fair office will be open tonight until ten o'clock, as this Is ithe last date for receiving entries. .Manager Moore leaves on Tuesday 'for Edmonton to attend the fair there. 50c 1 D. Higiobolham & Co - Limited ' "AIiert��� PlonciP Druoo'�ti^ Wholesale and llaUll Chemlttk TELEPHONE No. 823 Death of Infant. Died at the residence. 422 4th St. S.. Helen Holm, aged four weeks, beloved daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Carl Holm. The funeral took place on Sunday afternoon at three o'clock from ^Fetterly's parlors to St. Patrick's" church. Interment in St. Patrick's cemetery. Loyal Order of Moose. Lethbridge Lodge No. 792 will meet on Tuesday evening, July 9th at eight o'clock at' Moose Hall, Higinbotham Block, 2nd Avenue, south. Members kindly note as important business Is being brought before the lodge by Dictator, also discussion ot the annual church parade of the lodge. Visiting brothers welcome. Says Decision Unfair. Chief Faulds ot Taber, In charge of the Taber ambulance team here on Dominion Day, writes to the Herald that It was the Taber ambulance which rendered first aid to the Injured men at the explosion on the grounds. The Herald was given to understand that It was the local ambulance. The Taber team, under direction ot Chief Faulds. did some good work, but unfortunately did not win the prizes. Ciiiet Faulds declares that the decision was unfair, and that his team was entitled to the prize. Stern Measures. Chief Hardy of the city police declared today that he did not want the public to understand that the city police were enforcing the law with respect to the carrying ot the necessary MDOFTHEM With the American Forces on The Marne, July 8.-Two German deserters crossed the Am- ' erican lines on the Marne last night. They said they were tired* of the war and. the ill-treatment of their officers who walked them far and fed them little. One of the deserters was formerly, a merchant and the other was a farmer. AGREE TO IT Washington, July 8.-Legislation to prohibit the sale of distilled liquors, wine and beer after January 1, 1919, and to prohibit the manufacture of wine and beer after November 1, was agreed upon today by the Senate Agricultural Committee. , -/-'-'---'-^ The Twentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" Good Rain. Good rains fell In the Sprir>g Coulee district on Saturday evening, helping the crops oui considerably. Death of Infant.  \ There died in the city at-7th St.. North, on Sundfxy A'incent Petruni, the eight-months-old son ot Mr. and Mrs. Joe Petruni. The funeral will take place tomorrow afternoon at St. Patrick's chur(;Ji at 2:30, the interment will take place in St. Patrick's cemetery. The funeral arrangements are In charge ot MacKay and .Mac-Kay. , DROP IN 514 FOURTH AVENU^ PHONE t\% Sheep Pasturage. ' Norman SlansfloUl, acting chief ot the sheep and goat division of the department lot agriculture at Olitawa was In tlie city over the week-end en-quiriri^ Into the pasturage auestlon. The situation Is assuming difficult proportions and the government is giving its best cfCorts towards providing means for carrying over the sheep The National Portable Typewriter SUCCESSOR TO THE PEN Two colored ribhon, back spacer, tabulator, weight 12 lbs,. Including case for carrying. Price $58.S0 EVERALL & FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS .  t FOURTH AVE. AND FIFTH ST. S, PHONE 1107 I Southern Alberta Amalgamated Fair and Stampede JULY 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 1913, at Lethbridge The Management are asking for the following Tenders and Help :- Exclusive PriVflege for Stampede and Race Programme. Exclusive Privilege for Sale of Hay and Feed. Ali|ove Tenders Close at 12 o'clock Noon, Jiily 10th. FIFTY MEN AND BOYS OVER EIGHTEEN YEARS. For Ticket Sellers, Turnstiles and General Help. Apply to Manager from 9.00 to 10.00 a.m. and 8.00 to 9.00 p.m., at Office, Gait Gardens. ' -�3 ---- SPACE FOR Heavy Machinery and all out door exhibits is now available; also a few spaces left in the main building. 1 ;