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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta V Y 1 NOAtMIIMIft PlANOt I6II6N AltlNttOlA MUSIC iMfythUif Musical yift Mil tttitn 1S4S LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR MEALS PLAN The Home of Quality Meats DELANYS Meat Opposite Dallas HotcF Phone 452 OFFICE SUPPLIES BINDING LEGAL TYPE WRITER TYPEWRITER THE KENNY ALLIN NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Store PHONE 1487 PROVINCIAL POLICE WERE NOT TO BLAME Assistant Superintendent Piper of the has receded a report from Taber relative to the protest of the farmers of that district that they If it is on the Market we have it Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta 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 A number of farmers visited the detachment there and asked what they should do with regard to the report that all wheat should be and the constable in charge of the detach ment told them that he had not re ceived any instructions or orderin council dealing with the matter and until such time he did so he could give no Another report from Taber indicates that plain clothes officials supposed to represent the Dominion government had visited a number of farmers in the district ordering them to move out what wheat they had in DUVAL KILLED July Ed ward Duval is listed today as killed Jn Duval was the son of a well known Presbyterian minister in Duval was connected with the ian Pacific Railway practically all his and when he joined the army he occupied the post of superintendent of the Sas division of that Metal Work To Order Cornices in tin Or galvanized iron Well bulW 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 test of The Dixon Sheet Metal Co REAM STAFFORD BLOCK FOLLOW THE CftOWDS And buy your groceries where you get them at OREVTLY REDUCED f AICBS made possible by NEW SYSTEM OF DOING BUSINESS whore all unnecessary expenses such as bad delivery and collection costs are Get thehabit anl so where you the Our system means goods at the lowest possible WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW BING iinotlier big shipment to arrive Thursday This will probaWy be 9 Qfi our tact from Washington this Case Cash Grocers RED RASPBERRIES for Basket Per i phone 525 CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER S899 MARKETS July was a somewhat better demand for number 2 oats and a premium of 1Sc was being paid by Cash bar ley was in good demand and was 2c higher on the best Flax was Oats closed 34c higher for July and 2 l2c higher for Flax clos ted 11 l4c higher for July and 13 1Sc higher for Winnipeg July 89 October Flax July 400 October 393 Cath No 2 9014 Extra 1 feed 3 Rejected Feed FlarfV 1 2 3 Winnipeg Livestock July today at the Union Stock Yards were 500 cattle and 591 Cattle and hogs steady at Quotations Butcher to heif 7 to to bulls to to stockers and to al calves S to sheep and lambs to to sows and to lights to 4014 405 3 feed 87H 84Vs 2 SIVfc 4 117 SPANISH AIR SERVICE July of an airplane service between Barcelona and Balearic Islands Is proposed by a newly formed company which made application for official authoriza tion to the ministry of public The company would first start a mail service and eventually would carry One trip from Madrid to the islands would consume four Preserving Necessities Fruit Jar pints and all X in J4 or THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK Successors to Jackson 555 and 1232 Sherloak Building CITY AND DISTRICT Court will hold their regular monthly meeting in Marys hall tonight at eight Funeral of Greta The funeral of Greta McLean took place this afternoon at Cragg The Lethbrldge Trades and Labor Council will hold their fortnightly meeting at the labor hall Cowboy Newton Kemball of Ida the cowboy evangelist will speak at the Pentecostal 205 13th street Kemball spoke at the Salvation Army last Half a Brown and Jacobson of the Gritman ranch couth of Grassy Lake arrived in the this morning after visiting their homes in They state that a half crop of grain is expected throughout the Inland Em pire centering on Superior Supply BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS SECOND AVENUE AND LETHBRIDGE LOVE Are Aroused by METROS Great Drama of the War LEST WE FORGET Starring RITA JOLIVET Survivor of the Lualtania EMPRESS BEGINNING THURSDAY Complaint These are the when the children are Keep a bottle of Rexall Diarrhoea Compound handy as it lots of Instant relief for Absolutely free from Opium sr 25c ffigiobothinKo Limited Planter PUUII TELEPHONE tt Another Owing to the many inquiries that have been made as to the date of the next Veterans and the numer ous expressions of pleasure at the suc cessful manner in it was run they have decided to hold ano ther dance on Friday evening of this and Miss Lethbridge are cordially invited to attend and enjoy Prices as Needs orchestra in Nine Death of The death of Albept of West place at her residence Monday at the age of The funeral will held from Mac kay and Mackayjs undertaking par Wednesday afternoon at Cragg The late Firth besides three sons daugh I at the front with the Canadian and Wilfrid and George and Miss Firth at and Althcfn of wont hurt a Valsparred Kitchen We have appointed sole agents for Lethbrldge ana iflclntty the KM of Valspar Varnishes and Bear la oUBd when you want the f t Consumers Hardware PHONE 1218 120 FIFTH STREET and other The other day I took a trip over Kingston and the Islands at a height of 3000 feet and had a beautiful panorama before As far as he can see there is no more danger in flying than there is In driv ing a one keeps his makes a fel low feel funny is when he drops a few Sort of makes your stomach come Motor League In connection with the Alberta Mo tor League convention to be held in Edmonton on Friday and Saturday of this members of the Lethbrldge Club desiring to attend are requested to communicate with the secretary at A number 0f Lethbrldge mem bers are leavInK tomorrow Those desiring to motor up a little later can leave in time to join the Calgary Club which leaves the public library in Calgary on Thursday morn ing at with a pathfinder and ser vice It is imoortant that as many as possible attend this con vention as the matter of Rood roads for this part the province will be dealt There are 700 cars in Only about a third of these have joined the Lethbrldge The fee is of which goes to the Alberta Motor League for badges and league propaganda The balance Is for the local In to the membership so will the goodthat can be done work Good rotds and posting of same deans gasoline and wear of tires which every motorlet Those who join the club and assist local efforts can be As the others es OUTRAGE ON July Renters Ot tawa example of the excesses ocurrlng In various parts of Ireland is the daring outrage in County In which constables re turning from enforcing the proclama tion at a gathering were held up by fifty masked men who attempted to stop their In the fight which1 followed there was much One policeman was severely another had his arm others werq badly The driver for his The assailants the horse and then the vehlclo over a S CROPS district passenger agent of the is in tBp city today from Calgary visiting offices of the Death of Angus The sudden death is announced from Angus Mac eldest son of the late Sena tor Robert Mackay of Mackay was In his 46th yeary and had been engaged in miming in Arizona or the past eight or nine He was a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of class of and took up his profession as a mining first in South Da kota and laterin Mackay is a brother of Mackav of thte Doing Bow Island letter re ceived from Thompson Whitney hy his parents this week shows that he is making great strides So far he and another are the only ones who are as yet permitted to take trial trips out 0 a class of sev He consequently thinks he is extremely Thomnspn recent ly reached a height of 5000 feet and thought the view He ex pects to be flying alone in about a weeks At he I am teing coached in July ive corn production year the depart mentof agriculture announced to day in forecast of the estimate on ex isting July Thetotal wheat combining winter and cprlng was forecasted at Wheat remaining On July 1 egflmated at The Twentieth Century Book Store BOOK SHOP DRfiTp IN 614 FOURTH AVENUlf PHONE 613 The National Portable Typewriter 9 V SUCCESSOR PEN Two colored back Includ ing case for Price EVERALL FRANKS PHONE 1J07 OFFICE OUTFITTERS FOURTH AND FIFTH JULY 22 to 27 RACE PROGRAM AT LETHBRIDGE JULY 22 to 27 Southern Alberta Amalgamated Fair and Stampede I Race Committee chairman n anj Winning III HARNESS RACES Harness Races to be conducted under the rules of the American Trotting Entries for Harness Races to close July Entry fee 5 per of the purse and 6 per of the amount offered or each and the amount offered for summary deducted from mfcnej to be conducted under the three beat every heat a 00 of to be one third to each heat on a of 50 per 25 per cent 15 per and 10 per 10 per o the purse to go to the horse standing best in the In the event at three horses winning orte beat a fourth heat will be horse winning same to get mark and JO per mentioned Marks made after May 20th no Five to enter and four to start in all RUNNING RACES Running races to be conducted under the rules of The Western Canada close 11 the day before the Entry fee with no deduction from Purses divided 70 per 20 per and 10 per Conditions will be made to best suit the horses actually on tho bred iu Western Canada to be This also applies entered in races for horses bred in the above The above Race Committee chairman Starter and Dick of Winnipeg allowance muat be claimed when entry is In races for foaled in Western the onus of proof of such rests with the nominator or owner at time of The Speed Committee is determined to have 011 keenly contested and reserves tho right to or all events handicap if GENERAL CONDITIONS All objections must be brought tlie Speed Committee through the Speed and their decision shall be All conditions to be subject to the revision of the Racing The Association reserves the right to accept or decline any No conditional entries accepted The Committee reserves the right toprohibit an undesirable person to ride or drive on tRe Exhibition Two horses under same ownership or or trained in the same stable may start in any PROGRAMME i 191S liace i 1 Trot 2 5 furlongs 3 1 JULY 1911 Race i 4 5 half 2 year bred in Western Weight 118 Usual sex allowance C i furlongs Purse Purse JULY 191S Race 7 Free for All Trot or Pace 8 5 bred in Western Canada 9 1 Handicap JULY 1918 Race 10 Trot 11 7 furlongs 12 1 mile 125 or each quarter Purse 13 i furlong Open to horses which have started at this meeting but have finished outside the ;