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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta A NOROHEIMER PIANOS , SDISON PHONOQRAPHS AStlNIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Musical" ^15 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN ' MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO S.OO P.M. The Home of Quality Meats DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotef phone 452 Ml "OFFICE SUPPLIES" BLANK BOOKS. FILES, BINDING CASES, LEGAL FORMS, TYPE-WRITER PAPER, TYPEWRITER CARBON, RIBBONS, ETC., ETC, THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL ^JEfki^ai^ Store phone 1437 FOLLOW THE CROWDS And buv vour groceries where you Kot thorn nt GREATLY REDUCED |>RICE8 made possible l)y otir NEW SYSTEM OF DOING BUSINESS whore all unnecessary expenses such as bad debts, delivery and collection costs are ollniinnted. Got the' habit an'1 .r� whore you save the money. Our system means goods at the lowbst possible cost. WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW RED RASPBERRIES for preserving, morrovw's prlce,�per basket........ Per case BING CHERRIES, another big shipment to arrive Thursday mornino. This will probaWy be o Qg our latt from Washington this year. Case * * High-Class Cash Grocers_____ _ _ CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMbIr 8-599 To. 20c THE GOOD CO. ....... $4.65 Phone 525 PROVINCIAL POLICE IRENOTIOBLAI Assistant Superintendent Piper ot the A. P. P. has receded a report from Taber relative to the protest of the farmers ot that district that they If it is on the Market we have it R. Coultry Phone 492 The AlberU Meat Market were forced to sey their wheat and have now none for seed.^ The report states that in not a single instance did a provincial police officer ask a farmer to sell his wheat. A number of farmers visited the detachment there and asked what they should do with regard to the report that all wheat should be marketed, and the constable in charge of the detacli-ment told them that he had not received any instructions or order-in-council dealing with the matter and until such time as he did go he could give no order. Another report from Taber indicates that plain clothes oHicials supposed to represent the Dominion government had visited a number ot farmers in the district ordering them to move oiit what wheat they had in store. MARKETS Winnipeg. July 9.-There was a somewhat better demand for number 1 2 C.W. oats and a premium of 1-Sc 1 was being paid by buyers. Cash barley was in good demand and was 2c higher on the best grades. Elax was quiet. Oats closed 3-4c higher tor July and v2 l-2c higher for October. Flax cloa-INjd H l-4c higher for July and 13 1-Sc higher for October. Winnipeg Markets Oats- Open. July............. S9Vi ED. DUVAL KILLED Winnipeg. July 9.-Lieut. Edward Duval is listed today as killed in action. Lieut. Duval was the son of Rev. Dr. Duval, a well known Presbyterian minister in Winnipeg. Duval was connected with the Canad^ ian Pacific Railway practically all his life, and when he joined the army he occupied the post ot superintendent ot the Saskatoon division ot that road. � October Flax-July ... October Close. 90 Vs S4 4011,4 40514 feed . S4V4 No. 3 C.W... 871,4 .............. 87% No. 2 feed.. SI Mi ? The rear BTafford block Metal Work To Order qomlces in tin or galvanized Iron; eaves, gutters, aliyllghts, roofs, ceilings, walls, floors. We'll build you anything In tin or sheet metal from a tin horn to a corrugated Iron warehouse. Ask for our estimate on that next job. Our -work itands the test of time. Sheet Metal Co lethbridge. alberta* ....... 400 ....... 393 Cash Prices Oats-No 2 C.W... 9014 Extra No. 1 No. .1 feed . Barley- No. 3 C.W...122 No. 4 C.W...117 Rejected .....................llOV, Feed.......................109U. F\a� U. S. CROpS Washington, July 9.-Prospect-. Ive corn production tHIs year is 3,160,000,000 bushels, the depart-ment'of agriculture announced today in its forecast of the crop, bas-Ings Its estimate on conditions existing July 3. The-total wheat crop, combining winter and spring varieties, was forecasted at 891,-000,000 bushels. .Wheat remaining on farms July 1 is estimated at 8,-283.000 bushela. ~ "Alberta's Plomtr Drugatett* Wheltsale and'JRetall Chemists (TEJ-EPHONE Na. tU The Twentieth Century Book Store ^EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" dr6p in 614 ^URTH AVENUfi' PHONE 613 C.P.R. Official. J. B, Proctor, diistrlct passenger agent ot the (TP.R, is in tlto city today from Calgary visiting the'lasal offices ot the company. Doing Well. Dow Island Review.-A letter received from Thompson Whitney by his parents this week phows that he is making great strides in aviation. So far he and another are the only ones who are as yet permitted ' to take trial trips out # a clasB of eev-enty-tive. He consequently thinks he is extremely lucky. Thompson recently reached a height of 5000 feet and thought the view wonderful. He e.\-pects to be flying alone in about a week's time. "At present," he says, "I am being coached In loops, spins, The N^itional Portable Typewriter ^ SUCCESSOR Vo^THE PEN ' ' Two colored ribbon, back spacer, tabulator,,welght-12 lbs., Including case for carrying. - ' . Price $58.50 EVERALL & FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS FOURTH AVE. AND FIFTH ST. 8. I JULY 22 to 27 RACE PROGRAM AT LETHBRIDGE Southern Alberta Amalgamated Fair and Stam HARNESS RACES Harness Races to be conducted under the rules ot the American Trotting Asaoclation. Entries for Harness Races to close July 15th. Entry fee 5 per cent, of tho ' purse and 6 per cent, of the amount offered for each heat, and the amount ottered for summary deducted from m6nw winners. ^ Races to be conducted under the three heat system, every heat a race. 90 per/ .cent, of tbe-purse to be divided, one third to each heat on a basis, of 50 per cent., _/25 per centt 16 per cent., and 10 per cent. 10 per cent, ot tho purse to go to tho horse standing best in the summary. In the event ot three horses winning oAe '. heat each, a fourth, heat will be necessary, horse winning same to get mark and JO per cent, mentioned above, ', Marks made after May 20th no bar. Five to enter and four to start in all races, ^ RUNNING RACES RunninK^ races to be conducted under the rules of The 'Western Canada fiAn AiBoclation.  Entries close 11 a.m. the day before the race. Entry tee $5, with no deduction -from winners, purses divided 70 per ceot., 20 per cent., and 10 per cent. Conditions and weights will be made to best suit the hoi'ses actually on tho grounds. Horses bred In Western Canada to bo ajlowel sev^n pounds. This also applies 'to horses entered In races for horses bred In the above territory. Tho above Race Committee: J. W. McQean, chairman; ArE. Humphries, D. Bingham, Jis. Meeks. Starter and Judge, Dick Roche, of Winnipeg WEDNESDmv, JULY 24th, 1918' Race No. I ' ' 4 2.15 Pace, 2.10 Trot.......................____V...........Vw&^ ^duO.UO 5 Runnlrtk, half 'mile, 2 year old, bred in Western Canada. Weight 118 lbs. Usual 9ex allowance .......................Pui'?e . 100,00 0 Running, C furlongs .......................................Purse 150,00 (illowance must be claimed when entVy Is made. In races for horses foaled In ' Weatem Canada, tho onus of proof ot such rests with the nominator or owner at time of starting, x Tho Speed Committee is determined to have all r^^es keenly contested and reserves the right to maTRmny or nil events handicap If necessary. GENERAL CONDITIONS All objections must be brought Ijofore the Speed Committee through the Speed Secretary,' and their decision shall be final. All conditions to be subject to tho revision of the Racing Committee, The Association reserves the right to accept or decline any entry. No conditional entries ^cepted. The Commlttae reserves the right {o'prohibit an undesirable person to train, ride or drive on the Exhibition grounds. ' Two horses under same ownership or control, or trained in the same stable may start in. any event, PROGRAMME f TUESDAY, J(Ut,Y 2Jrd, 1918 ^25 Pace, 2.20 Trot ......... . .v,. c-..................Purse $300.00 2 Running. 5 furlongs ........V.r........ ....................Pi'rse 100,00 3 Running, 1 mile ..............vr...........-------..........Purao 150.00 THURSDAY, JULY 25th, 1918 Race No. ' ...... 7 Free for All Trot or Pace................................Purse |300,00 8 Running, 5 furlongs, bred in Western Canada........Purse 100,00 9 Running, l>/4 mile, Handicap ...............................Purse � 200,0Q- Race No, FRIDAY, JULY 26th, 1918 11 12 13 2.20 Pace, 2,15 Trot ........................................Purse |300,00 Running, 7 furlongs ........................................Purse / 150.00 Running, 1 mlje Novelty, ?25 for each quarter ............. Purse 10(i,00 Running, 0' tUrlpng Consolation. Open to horses which have started at this meeting but have finished outside tho money... Pur^e $100.00 ;