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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOROHEIMER PIANOS KDIflON PHONOGRAPHS AMINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. - ' "Everythlna Musical" S19 Sth Street South Phone 1S45 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD "WANT" ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal, Ducks, Chickens Your Choice Tomorrow and Saturday DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dailas Hotef Phone 452 "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 PHONE 1437 Another- Lot of Preserving Apricots at a Snap 113 Crates, While They Last, per crate, $1.25:" First Come, First Served. \ WE CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH SUGAR FOR PRESERVING V,'e have Raspberries, Loganberries, Cherries, QooaeberiMcs nno Red Currants arrivino daiiy direct from, the growers. Theser fruit,! should be preserved now. Lowest martlet prices. Get on? of our July Catalogues. They are here for the asking. WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW OUR NEW CASH SYSTEM IS BRINGING DOWN THE COST OF LIVING. TRY IT AND SEE. High*Clas8 Cash Grocers THE GOOD CO. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER - Phone 525 ITS DEAD eO New York, July 11.-The body of John Purroy Mitchel in a flag draped casket on which rested the tap which he wore as a major of aviation, was borne through the streets of New York Choice Fresh Killed Veal Mutton "1 for Friday and Saturday R. Coultry Phone 492 Tha.AlberU Meat Market today whlia thousands of persons watched in silent tribute. New York has seen other military funerul-s for heroes of the nation, but those who witnessed the solemn procession which escorted the former niavot's body from the City Hall to St. Patrick's cathedral today felt that ilone could, have been more impressive. Behind the caison followed Major llitchel's horse with boots reversed in the stirrups and bearing also his reversed sword. Xest came his wife and relatives in carriages, followed by pall bearers, including Colonel Theodore Roosevelt and Colonel E. M. Hughes. -Mayor Hylan, officials of the present city government, men who seived under Major Mitchel while he was may or and hundreds of members of the mayor's committee of national defense. President Wilson was, represented by Secretary Tumulty. Ifiri Reading, British ambassador was represented by General G. T. M. Bridges, and the French and other embassies and legations by attaches. Much'of the mourning city's busiflesa was suspended. All exchanges closed for an hour* and many concerns gave their employes opportunity to watch the procession or to attend the services at the Cathedral which were open to the public. MARKETS REJECT APPEALS. ^Paris, July 11.-The court , of cessation today rejected the appeals of the men convicted in the case of the Germanophlle newspaper Bonnet Rouge. Th� REAR STAFFORD BLOCK Metal Work To Order Cornices In tin or galvanized Iron; eaves, gutters skylights, 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 pn. that next Job. Our work stands the ^ test of time. Sheet Metal Co __LETHBRIDGE. ALBEHlTA* Winnipeg. July 11.--Flax was tlic sensation of today's market. At noon the range in values for July was from 417->i to 450 and for October 412 to 446. Easier prices followed. WINNIPEG MARKETS. Oats- Open Close July ....................SS'i S9% October ................82V: ^'SVi Klax- July...................417?; 446 October ...............412 44,5if. CASH PRICES. Oats- N'o. 2 C.W., .89^4 No. 3 C.W...S6% E.xtra Feed ....................8fi-;i No. 1 Feed, 83% No. L' Feed, S0% Barley- Kg. 3 C.W., 122 No. 4 C.W., 117 Rejected ......................Ill Feed..........................110 Flax- Xo. 1 N. W. CV...........i.... 146 No. 2 C.W., 443 No. 3 C.W., 4iS Condemned ....................417 Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg. July 11.-Receipts today at the Union Stock, Yards. 150^ cattle' and 1900 hogs. Quotations: I Butcher steers, $7.50 to $15.00; heifers $7 to $12.50; cows, $5 to $11.50; bulls $5.25 to $S.50; oxen $6 to $9.23; stockers and feeders $6,75 to $10.25; veal calves $8 to $16. Sheep and lambs.$10.00 to $18.50. Hogs, selects, $17.40; heavies, $13.40 to $14.40; sows and stass, $11.40 Jo $12.40; lights 514 to $10. ' .CALGARY LIVESTOCK. Calgary, July U.-There were soma, heavy receipts the stock yards today, 30 cars of cattle being in. Some of the beef is said to be very good, and, selling as high as $12.50. Ten j cars of hogs were among the receipts ! and the top price today was $18. j Nttessities Fruit Jar Rings, pints and quarts. / , Spices, all flavors. Parawax, in J4 ^^s. - city And district Passes Exam. In the list published of those from the convent who had passed the music exams, tiio nUlno of .Margaret Vusel-2nak, elementary, was oiuitted. C. O. F. Meeting The regular mootm'g of the Canadian Order of ^Foresters will bo liold in the K. of P. hall at 8.30 tonight, '"lease attend. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Suceeiaora to'Jackson & Co. Telephones .555 and 1232 Sherlock : Building .. Still in Hospital Thos. .LongWorth, who was injured in tho mine contests here on July 1, is still In the hospital, and is not-yet , able t(^ be around as was reported by tho Herald yesterday. Exemption Appeals j The following cases were disposed ; of by the military appeal tribunal at Calgary: " Allowed until Nov. 1-J. ^V. Carney. Cowley; T. R. Leary, Bow Island; W, H. Maney, Whitla; J. Carlin, Coleman; W. Collins. Hmerest Mines; P. l)T"Fofearty, Whitla; M. J. McLeod, Lethbrldge, Disallowed: A. JM, Code, Now Dayton. Superior Supply Co. MINING, BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS SECOND AVENUE AND THIRTEENTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE .> ? : NEW SCHOO.L DISTRICTS. > : ? I .;. .;. .> .: .> ^^ * > < 4- j Sections 29, 30. 31, 32, 33, the north half of section 28, the north halt and s^uth-wcst quarter of section 34 ^nd the north-west quarter of section 35 i in Township 13, Range 20 sections 25 and 30 In Township 13, Range 21; sections 1 and 12. and the-south half j of section 13 in Township 14^ Range i 21; sections 3, 4,'5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10, and the south halves ot sections 15, 16, 17 and 18 in Township 14 Range 20 weet of the Fourth Meridian, hifve been erected into a school district under the name of the  Rosemeade School District No. 3688 of the Province of .A.lberta. Senior trustee C' W. Cofield, Travers. Sections 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33 and 34 in Township 12 Range 16; and sections 3, 4, ."J, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 in Township 13* Range 10 west of the Fourth Meridian, have been erectgd into a school district under the name of the East Retlaw Suhuoi District No. 3692 of the Province ot Alberta, Official trustee; John T. Seattle, Rot-law. Sections 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33 and 34' In Township 13 "Range 16 wyfeat of the Fourth -VferlditAn, have haen erected Intg. a scljool district under the name | ot the North-east Retlaw School District No. 3693 ot the Province of Alberta. Official trustee: Georgo E. Current. Retlaw. Eeiistration Pocket Wallets for carrying Registration Certificates (Morocco Leather) arrived today. 50c The supply is limited. 1 D. Higiabothan & Co - Limitod -'-- Th� ^iijgaCt J8IMW AJjerta'a Pionesr OruaaI'M' Wholesale and Retail Chemists TELEPHONE No. tSS Death of Taber Girl A very sad death occurred on July 10 ot Henrietta, aged 13 years, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gard-; ner ot Taber, at the residence ot her i grand parents. Mr. Graham. 13U3 ; Sth Ave. N. The little giri was spend-I Ing her holidays in tho city and had : only been visiting five days when she was taken ill with rheumatic fever which had its fatal result. The time and place of the funeral will appear in tomorrow's paper. Inquiries will be answered by T. S, Fetterly. Church Convention Here , There will be a Relief Society Convention at 10 o'clock and 1 o'clock tomorrow (Friday) at the L. D, S. church. All members, are requested to be,present. Card of Thanks Mrs. McLean and family wish to tjiank the inaiiy friends for their acts at kindness and sympathy shown in the loss of her little girl, Greta. Also for flowers sent by the teachers of Fleetwood school; Mr. and Mrs. Hearn and family; Mr. and Mrs. L. Bouck; Mr. and Mrs. Bishop and family; Iva Bouck; Addle Bouck; Geo. Sam; Mrs. Tcelwing; David and Arnold Calder; Mr�. Ed. Harding; Vila- Neve; Lyle and Lloyd Bruck. New Garage Allen Jack has opened up a now garage on 2nd Ave. S., opposite the No. 1 fire hall in tho old stand formerly occupied by C. C. Pagnuelo, and more recently by tho Consumers Hardware. He will carry on an up-to-date garage business, and will have in addition the agency for the Oray-Dort. ami Rumley and Fairbanks Morse engines. A battery service is also being installed. Mr. Jack has been in tho implement business in Lethbrldge for several years and his many friends will wish him good luck In his new venture. BANK AMALGAMATION London, July 11.-Tho amalgamation of the London Provincial and southwestern' Bank and Barclay's Bank (Barclay and Company) has been approved by tho treasury department, the Dally Express says. Tin banks have a joint paid up capital ol nearly �7,00*0,000 and liieir dopoaita and other accounts total �212,000,000 The combine is the first since tho report of the treasury's committee of inquiry into bank amalgamations was issued in May. won^i hurt a Valsparred Kitchen Wo havo beei) appointed solo agents for Letl^brldgo and vicinity fo^' tho celebrated llhe ot Valspar Varnishes and Enauiols. Bear this In mind " when you want the best, Consumer.s Hardware Co. PHONE 121,2 120 FIFTH STREET WILUIOSOLOIER-fARIRS OVER BAOSEASONS Chiis. F. Roland of Hio Land Settlement board concluded his sittings here this afternoon after having dealt with a great many applications from returned soldiers for land and loans. Seen by tlio I-Ierald' just at the conclusion of tho sitting, Mr. Roland stated that next to the Edmonton land district, the Lethbrldge district equalled any other in the west in point ot the number of applications and interest -shown by the returned men. important Announcement. One important announcement by Mr. Roland was that the Soldier Land Settlement Board was going to see that none ot the applicants who received loans earlier In the spring and who put in a crop "this year woUld be left in financial difficulties owing to the crop conditions. "Wo are ready to Bee them through," said Mr. Roland. A number ot the soldiers who received loans were granted only a portion of the loan, and the remainder will now come in handy in helping out in preparation for next year's �rop. Mr. Roland stated that the work of tho commission had split Its forces. Major Ashton is iaking charge in th� east and Mr. Roland In the west. Sd far over 400 soldiers havo been helped and about ?;500,000 loaned. On being asked about tho recent to port of tlio G.W.V.A. of the Peac� River district, a report whlcb'^ls fat from coniplimontary to that district as a place for soldier settlement, Mr, Roland stated that tho commissioD now has three cririRlngTra.TtIe8'propat� Ing a report, and he himself le going to cover tho district after leaving*Cal. gary. "It is im"poBslble to bring in a report on such a large area In a couple of weeks' inspection," he said. Alberta Coal. * As Jlr. Roland was for ten years industrial commissioner of Winnipeg, tho Herald asked him with regard, to tho coal situation there. "Well, I put In ten tons of Lethbrldge coal before I loft on this trip," ho laughiifilji replied. "But seriously, I am glad to see what has been "done. I believe in the use ot .\lberta coal in Winnipeg. We should have come to it long ago. Winnipeg is dependent for Its -prosperity to u groat extent on the west^ em provinces. This Is a chance to r* ciprocate. There is no � reason why we shouldn't use our own home coal. It will bo a groat thing for the west." As for the price ot Lethbrldge coal In Winnipeg Mr. Roland said that, considering prices of other commodities, he had no protest to make. "Tho main thing Is that we can get It, and If our people will/order no-w I really do nob think there will ho -any coal famine during the winter." " _ \ The Twentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" DROP IN 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 619 The National Portable Typewriter SUCCESSOR TO THE PEN Two colored ribbon, back spacer tabulator, weight 12 lbs., Including case for carrying. Price $58.50 EVERALL & FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS FOURTH AVE. AND FIFTH ST. 8. PHONE 1107 Southern JULY 22 to 27 Amalgamated Fair and Stampede - At Lethbrldge - - 6 BIG DAYS JULY 22 to 27 What You can Expect 4o See Harneis Races, Running Races, Trisk Roping, Steer Roping, Cov/buy Bucking Contut with Saddle, Qlrl Broncho Riding, Bull Dogging, Relay Races, Bareback Bucking Horse Riding, Bull Riding, Calf Roping and Branding. Trick Riding, Wild HerM Racing. Exhibits of Heavy, Machinery, the finest exhibits of Horses, Cattle, Sheep and Swine ever shown in Western Canada, Labor Saving Devices of every description, "Bsby Welfare Exhibit,"-sn exhibit that everybody should see. Auto Racing, the most dara devil drivers on this American continent, Myerhoff's IVIidway direct from.Ccney Island, Platform Attractions consisting of "THE FRITCHES,'" "JACK AND JILL," "EUWARD AND ROSE," and "THE BALZAR SISTERS." BAND IN AHENDANCE, AFTERNOON AND tVENlNG. Monday, July 22*.-Opening Day. Tuesday, July 23.-Farmers' Day. Wednesday, July 24.^-Sister Cities and Pioneer Day. Thursday, July 25.^-Citizen's Day, "a Civic Holiday." Friday, Jiily 26.-Trav^flers and Rotary Day. Saturday, July 27.-Kath?jrinc5,,Stinson's Day. Last but not Lea$t KATHERINE STINSON, THE YOUNQ GIRL AVIATOR- who made the record run from Calgary to Edmonton, a distance of one hundred and nlnety-oight miles in two hours and five minutes, flying at an average height of six thousand feet, carrying two' hundrjd and fifty letters In one of His Majesty's^ mall sacks, being the first aviator to Inaugurate aerial mair service in Western Canada. TAKE RED LINE CARS MARKED "FAIR GROUNDS" DIRECT TO THE GROUNDS. 4 / ;