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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ftdfttHtlMlft PIANOS AMtNlBOlA Mtiilfe tvtrythlno Musical 111 MA Strtrt teuth IMS LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WANT AM IRING QUICK ANSWERS Chickens Yrar Choke Tomorrow tad Saturdar DELANYS Meat Opposite Dallas Hotel phone 452 OFFICE SUPPLIES BLANK BINDING LEGAL TYPE WRITER TYPEWRITER THE KENNY ALLIN NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Store PHONE 1487 New July body of John Purroy Mitche in a flag draped casket on which rested the dap which he wore as a major of was borne the streets of New York Choke Fresh Killed Veal Mutton Chickens for Friday and Saturday Coultry Phone 492 Alberta Meat Market Another Lot of Preserving Apricots at a Snap 113 WhOt They ptr First Pint v WE CAN SUPPLY YOU WITH SUGAR PRESERVING We have Gooseberries and Red arriving dally direct from the Thesefruity should be preserved Lowest market Get of our July They are here for the WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW OUR NEW CASH SYSTEM IS BRINGING DOWN THE COST OF TRY IT AND HighClass Cash Grocers THE GOOD CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER Phone 525 MARKETS today while thousands ot persons watched in silent New York has seen other military funerals for heroes of the but those who witnessed the solemn pro cession which escorted the former mayors body from the City Hall to Patricks cathedral today felt that done could have been more Behind the caison followed Major Mltchels horse with boots reversed in the stirrups and bearing also his re veteed Nest came his wife and relatives In followed by pall including Colonel Theodore Roosevelt and Colonel officials of the present city men who served un der Major Mitchel while he was may or and hundreds of members of the mayors committee of national de President Wilson repre sented by Secretary British ambassador was represented by General and the French and other embassies and legations by Muchof the mourning citys business was All exchanges closed for ah and many concerns gave their employes opportunity to watch the procession or to attend the ser vices at the Cathedral which were open to the REJECT July court of cessation today rejected the ap peals of the men convicted In the case of the Germanophlle news paper Bonnet Close 89 83 446 J 445 July was the sensation of todays At noon the range in values for July was from 417 to 450 and for October 412 to Easier prices WINNIPEG Open October Flax July October CASH 2 3 Extra Feed 1 83 2 80 3 122 4 117 Rejected Flax 1 2 443 8 Winnipeg Livestock July today at the Union 150 cattle and 1900 Quotations Butcher to heif ers to to bulls to oxen to stockers and to veal calves to Sheep and to to sows and lights to f July were heavy receipts at the stock yards to 30 cars of cattle being Some of the beef is said to be very selling as high as Ten cars of hogs jwere among the receipts and the top price today wis j Metal Work To Order Cornices In tin or galvanized Iron Well build you anything in tin or sheet metal from a tin horn to a corrugated iron Ask for our estimate pn that next Our work stands the test of Dixon Sheet Metal Co REAR tTAFFORD BLOCK Superior Supply BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS AVENUE AND THIRTEENTH LETHBRIDGE Fruit Jar pints and l all in or THE RED CROSS DRUG p i BOOK Successors tosiackson A Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock i Building CITY AND DISTRICT Passes In the list published of those from the convent who had passed the music thendme of Margaret Vasel was Meeting The regular meetinfg of the Canad ian Order will be held in the of hall at Still In Hospital who was Injured in the mlipe contests here on July is still lit the and is notyet able be around as was reported by the Herald Exemption The following cases were disposed of by the military appeal tribunal at Calgary Allowed until Cowley Bow Island Whitla Cole man Hillcrest Mines Whitla Disallowed New Day NEW SCHOOL Sections the north half of section the north half and sputhweat quarter of section 34 and the northwest quarter of section 35 in Township Range 20 sections 25 and 36 in township Range 21 sections 1 and and thesouth half of section 13 in Township Range 21 sections and and the south halves sections 17 and 18 in Township 14 Range I 20 weet of the Fourth haVe been erected into a school district un der the name of the Rosemeade School District 3688 of the Pro vince of Senior trustee Sections 33 and 34 In Township 12 Range 16 and sections 9 and 10 in Township 13 Range 16 west of the Fourth have been erected into a school district under the name ot the East Retlaw School District 3692 of the Province of Official trustee John Ret Sections 33 and 34in Township 13 Range 16 of the Fourth have brfen erected a school district under the name of the Northeast Rqtlaw School Dis trict 3693 of the Province of Al Official trustee George istration Pocket Wallets for carry ing Registration Certifi cates Morocco Leather arrived SOc The supply is 1 Higiabotban Co Limited Pioneer Wholesale and Retail TELEPHONE S22 Church Convention Here There will be a Relief Society Con vention at 10 oclock and 1 oclock tomorrow Friday at the All are requested to f Deathof Taber Girl A very sad death occurred on July 10 of aged 13 and daughter of and Gard ner of at the residence of her grand 1303 5th The little girl was spend ing her holidays in the city and had only been visiting five days when she was taken ill with rheumatic fever which had its fatal The time and place of the funeral will appear in tomorrows Inquiries will be answered by wont hurt a Vakpaird Kitchen We have been appointed sole agents for and TlclhHr the celebrated llhe ot Valspnr Varnishes and Bear this In mind when you want the Consumers Hardware PHONE 1212 120 FIFTH FARMERS OVER Card of Thanks McLean and family wish to thank the many friends for their acts at kindness and sympathy shown in ttie loss of her little Also tor flowerssent By the teachers of Fleetwood school and Hearn and family and Bouck and Bishop and family Iva Bouck Addle Bouck Sam Tfelwlng David and Arnold Calder Harding VilaNeve Lyle and Lloyd New Garage Allen Jack has opened up a now garage on 2nd opposite the 1 fire hall in the old stand form erly occupied by and more recently by the Consumers Hard He will carry on an uptodate garage and will have in addi tion the agency for the Rumley and Fairbanks Morse A battery service is also being install Jack has been in the imple ment business in Lethbridge for sev eral years and his many friends will wish him good luck in his new ven Roland of tjio Land Settle ment board concluded his sittings here this afternoon after having dealt with a great many applications from return ed soldiers for land and Seen by the Heraldjust at the conclusion of the Roland stated that next to the Edmonton land the Lethbridge equalled any other in the west in point of the num ber of applications and Interest by the returned Important One important announcement by Roland was that the Soldier Land Settlement Board was going to see that none of the applicants who re ceived loans earlier in the spring and who put in a crop this year wolild be left in financial difficulties owing to the crop We are ready to see them said A number of the soldiers who receiv ed loans were granted only a portion of the and the remainder will now come in handy in helping out in preparation for next years Roland stated that the work of tho commission had spilt Its Major Ashton is taking charge In enst and Roland In the Sc fur over 400 soldiers have been help ed and about On being asked about the recent re port of the of River a report which Ms far from complimentary to that dlstrloj as a place for soldier Roland stated that the commlsslot now has threo cririBtngrpaTfleTprepair ing a and he himself IB going to cover the district after It is impossible to bring in a report ori such a large area in a cou ple of weeks he Alberta As Roland was for ten years liti dustrial commissioner of the Herald asked him with tp the coal situation 1 put in ten tons of Lethbridge coal be fore I left on this he laughingly But I am glad to see what has been I believe the use of Alberta coal in We should have come to it long is dependent for Its pros perity to a great extent on the west ern This ie a chance to There no reason why we shouldnt use our own home It will be great thing for the As for the price of Lethbridge coal la Winnipeg Roland said con sidering prices of other he had no protest to The main thing is that we can get and if our people order now I really do nob think there will any coal famine during the v BANK AMALGAMATION July amalgama tion of the London Provincial and southwestern Bank and Barclays Bank Barclay and Company has been approved by the treasury depart the Daily Express Tin banks have a joint paid up capital ot nearly and their deposits and other accounts total The combine is the first since the report of the treasurys committee of inquiry into bank amalgamations was issued in The Twentieth Century Book Store EVERYBODYS BOOK SHOP DROP IN 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 The National Portable Typewriter SUCCESSOR TO THE PEN Two colored back weight 12 Includ ing case for Price EVERALL FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS FOURTH AND FIFTH PHONE 1107 Southern JULY 22 to 27 i Amalgamated Fair and Stampede At Lethbridge 6 BIG DAYS JULY 22 to 27 What You can Expect to See Harness Running Trick Steer Cowboy Bucking Contsit with Girl Broncho Bull Relay Bareback Bucking Horse Bull Calf Roping and Trick Wild Horse Exhibits of Heavy the finest exhibits of Sheep and ever shown In Western Labor Saving Devices of every Welfare an exhibit that everybody should Auto the most dare dovll drivers ori the American Myerhoffs Midway direct from Consy Platform Attractions consisting of THE JACK AND ECWARD AND and THE BALZAR BAND IN AFTERNOON AND July July July Cities and Pioneer July a Civic July and Rotary July Last but not Least KATHER1NE THE YOUNG GIRL who made the record run from Calgary to distance of one hundred and ninetyeight miles In two hours and five flying at an average height Of six thousand carrying two hundred and fifty letters In one of His Majestys mail being the first aviator to inaugurate aerial mail service In Western TAKE RED LINE CARS MARKED FAIR GROUNDS DIRECT TO THE ;