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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 13, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOROHEIMER PIANOS �DI80N PHONOQRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everythlna Musical" 31B 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD MOiJ: _ , _ "WANT" ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS VERY CHOICE AND FRESH Spring Chicken, Lamb, Veal For Tonight COOKED MEATS FOR MONDAY. DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 "OFFICE SUPPLIES" B'-\NK BOOKS, FILES, BINDING CASES, LEGAL FORMS, TYPEWRITER PAPER, TYPEWRITER CARBON, RIBBONS, ETC., ETC. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 Getting the Most for your Money THERE IS ONLY ONE WAY YOU CAN GET-GROCERIES AT THE VERY LOWEST PRICES, AND THAT IS TO BUY YOUR GOODS WHERE ALL UNNECESSARY EXPENSES SUCH AS BAD DEBTS, DELIVERY AND COLLECTION COSTS ARE ELIMINATED. THESE COSTS RUN INTO A GOOD DEAL OF MONEY. OUR NEW CASH SYSTEM IS A WINNER. GET OUR JULY CATALOGUE FOR FULL PARTICULARS. High-Class Cash Grocers WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW THE (GOOD CO. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-599 Phone 625 ? D mADi PHONE 1224  PERSONAL � 1    Rev. W'm. Buchanan left this afternoon to Tisit In Retlaw. -  e a Mrs. H. N. Taylor and little son returned yesterday from a month's visit at Banff. .   Mrs. Wm. Foote, and Misses Francis and Eva Smith of Pincher" Creek are spending the week-end in Leth-bridge, the guests of Jlrs. M. Partitt. a . . Ross Lethbrldge, formerly of this city, who has lost part of hie right arm, is among a party of veterans returning on Monday to Calgary. . a �   : > ? : > � ? 4" :  ? ? OLSEN-STEVENS. On Thursday, July H. the marriage took place at Raymond of .Miss Ruth Olsen of San Francisco, California, and .Mr. Harold Stevens of Raymond, Bishop J. ,W. Evans performing the ceremony. The happy couple left for a trip to Waterton Lakes and upon their return will reside in Raymond.  a a ? : ? : ? ? ? : ? : : : : �. .5 : SOCIAL : .> � Another of the popular dances of the Great War Veterans was held last night. There was a splendid number of people in attendance who as usual had an excellent time and enjoyed themselves thoroughly. Need's orchestra supplied the mueic. a a � Mrs. N. H. Jfurray, 7th Ave. South, entertained the Ladies Aid and Red Cross society of White School dis- MARKETS Winnipeg, July IS.-There were light offerings on today's market of oats, barley and flax, and business was dull generally. The weather (or the last twenty-four hours has been mostly cloudy, with rain in Manitoba; partly cloudy with rain "in a few districts in Northern Saskatchewan and fair and warm in Alberta. Oats closed Vi cent higher for July at 90; October % cent higher at SS. Flax 1 cent lower for July tLtiiZV^; October % cent higher at 433. WINNIPEG MARKET. Oots-- Open Close July....................SO 90 October"................Sl^i S3 Flax-July ...................417 42314 October ...............iUV- 423 CASH PRICES. Oats-No. 2 C.W...90�4 Xo. 3 C.W...S7 Extra 1 Feed ..................S7 No. 1 Feed, S4 No. 2'Feed, SI Barley - No. 3 C.W., 12G .No. 4 C.W., 121 Rejected ......................Ill Fesi ..........................113 Flax-No.-1 N.W.C.................423'A No. 2 C.W., 420Vj No. 3 C.W., 395% Condemned ....................393iZ WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK. Winnipeg, July 13.-Live stocks at the Union Stock Yards totalled 122 cattle and 190 hogs. Quotations; Butcher steers, $7 to $14.50; heifers. $6.50 to SlL'.riO; cows, $4.50 to $11.50; bulls, $5.."o lo SS.oO; oxen, $6 to $9.25; stockeio and feeders, $6.75 to $10.25; venl calves, $8 to $15. Sheep and lambs, $10 to $1S. Hogs - Selects, $17.40; heavies, $13.40 to $14.40; sows and stags. $11.40 to $12.40; lights, $14 to $16. IMPEACH THEM Bucharest. , ' July 13.-Deputy Strolct today Introduced a motion In 'parliament demadlng the impeachment of the members of the former Roumanian cabinet headed by J. J. C. Bratiano. for their con� nectlon with the entry of Rouman-la into the war. CITY AND DISTRICT Vets Meeting A general meeting of the G. W. V. A. will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2.45 at the club. All members ore asked to bo present. I Metal Work To Order Cornices la tit or galvanized Iron; eaves, gutters, skylights, roofs, ceilings, walU, 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 stands the test of time. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD UCOCK LETHBRIDGE. ALBCRTA Preserving Fruit Jar Rings, pints and quarts. . Spices, all flavors. \ Parawax, in % or lbs. Exemption Cases The following cases wofo disposed of by the military tribunal at Calgary: .Ulowed till Nov. 1st; G. B. Jlidthein, Claresholm; J. C. Peterson. Warner; O. E. Larson, Manyberries; O. W. Heller, Pendant d'Oreille. Disallowed: F. W .Mason, AVarner; A. C. Stewart, Letljbrldge, disallowed. SILKSTONE FLAT WALL COLOURS SILKSTONE is a WalU Covering-not a WalUPiiper -a permanent, hard-surface colouringthatbecomeswhen applied - a part of the wall itself. It cannot, tear or come loose. Its surface is soft, pleasing, inviting-cosy as the richest wall-paper-yet it is germ-proof-needs only pure soap and water to be washed clean as new. Madein25c61ours, Consume^rs Hardwars Co. PHONE 1212 120 FIFTH STREET 8. 21 Claim Commission Action has been entered in Supreme Court by Harris and Palmer, acting for the Superior Supply Co., for $800 against the Roberts Filter Co., of Philadelphia, the city of Lethbrldge being named as third parties In the transaction. The money Is commission claimed on the filtration plant contract. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO.; LTD. Successors to Jackson & Co. Telephones 955 and 1232 Sherlock -Bulldlna - Sunday School Topics The International Sunday School Session Committee has arranged a series of Topical Studies for the next three months entitled "Studies in Christian Life." The topic for next Sunday is "Needing God's Word." A hearty invitation is given to all to study for one hour with the truth seekers. Adult Bible Class in tho United Church at 3.15 p.m. Our title for it is. War rations for babies and boasters. Superior Supply Co. MINING/ BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS r JBECPNP AVENUE AND THIRTEENTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE trict yesterday afternoon. . A large number of ladies were "present and spent a very pleasant afternoon doing Red Cross work, �  � Mrs. Wm. Carson, of Calgary, true to her promise to do some real patriotic -work this summer, has gone to Cliiny, Alberta, where she e.vpects to remain for the next two months assisting Mrs. Artell, the wife of a prominent farmer there, in her work.  �  The Hiembers of the People's Bible clafis of the United church paid their, teacher, llrs. Fred King, a surprise visit last evening at her home a few-miles east of the city. It being her birthday. Jlisf Mary Kennedy on behalf of the class presented Mrs. King with a bread tray. A most enjoyable evening was spent in playing various gamee, after which Ice cream and cake were served. It you get a "busy buzz" on our old Telephone line, we Invito you to try our NEW NUMBER- TELEGRAPHERS TO FIGHT TO THE FINISH Toronto, July 13.-Deputy International President C, E, Hill, of the Ocmmerclal Telegraphers' Union of America, declared today that tha fight with the Great Northwestern Telegraph Company will be fought to a finish. The men have been told to be ready at any moment to be called out. A mass, meeting of telegraphers Is to be held tomorrow to discuss the situation. 1515 Acquatlc Club Dance The Acquatlc Association will hold an informal dance in the boathouse on Monday evening, to be preceded by a picnic. Supper will he attacked shorf ly after six o'clock and the events will start about S. Tho music -will be supplied by a Grafanola. and arrangements, have been made for decorating the boathouse and putting the floor into condition. Members are at liberty to bring their .friends and the only admls.sion will be a contribution of fruit or other refreshments from male visitors. E (ONE FIVE, ONE FIVE) . This connects direct with the Dispensary and Front Store, and may save time in an emergency. The office number remains as before: 322 You might paste this up for reference. J. D. Higiobolhaii k Co - Limited -- Alberta's Plonssr Druaal*t�* Wholssale and Retail Chemists, nrSLEPHONE No. S21 Montreal, July 13.-Efforts are being made Tjy the Social Service Committee to impress upon the Ontario government the wisdom of undertaking a scheme of mothers' pensions for those who would otherwise have to geek a livelihood and at least partially neglect the welfare of their children. Under such aohomo it is suggested the pensions should be paid monthly, perhaps at $40 a month with $8 a month allowance for each child. It Is stated Uiat on the $40 a month scale with $8 a month for each clilld tho cost of tho scheme to the governmont would bo $1,500,000. Part of this sum would be offset by tho reduced cost of maintaining public institutions to which children are sent while tjie mothers work. cuptuls of'hot water, four teaspoon-fuls of lard, one teaapoonful of., salt, one teaspoonful of ground cinnamon, one teaspoonful cloves, ono cupful of raisins. Boil all these Ingredients for five minutes after they begin buB-bling. When cold add three cupfuls of flour and two cupfuls of soda dissolved in ono teaspoonful of hot water. Uako in two loaves In slow oven an hour and a iialf.. CANADA WAR CAKE. No reicpe has been more popular than tho ono for Canadian war cake. .Many people like this plain cake better than the cakes that call for butter, eggs and miljc. Two cupful^ of brown sugar, two NO MEATS ARE BETTER THAN OURS-NO MONEY BETTER THAN YOURS. R. Coultry Phoi^e 492 The AlbsrU Meat Market Fined $150.00 In a raid on the hot tamale joint conducted by ^ahan Singh, a Hindu, who operates at 415 3rd St. S., Chief Hardy and Plainclothes.'man WalUs took Sahan Singh and Glen Lomax in tow, charging them with offences under the Liquor Act. In addition to the pair, they grabbed six bottles of Bourbon whiskey. Sahan Singh was charged with keeping liquor for sale or barter and was fined $150 and costs. Glen Lomax was charged with drinking in'a public place and -was fined $10 and costs. Sahan Singh recently applied to the chief of police tor a license to coiuluct a hot tamale restaurant and was refused. HAD COMMUNICATION WITH HUN MINISTER London, July 12.-Colonel Serglus Cyron, a Russian army officer who has arrived at Stockholm, says that M. Manos. a banker, was arrested in Pet-rograd some time ago, according to a dispatch trogi Copenhagen to the Exchange Telegraph Company. Several documents and 2,000,000 roubles discovered in the house where the hanker was apprehended, proved, said the Russian officer, that Manos had boon in direct communication with the late Count Von Mirbach, tho German ambafisador at Moscow, who was intimately connected with the monarchists. The Twentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" DROl' IN 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE ei3 The National Portable Typewriter SUCCESSOR TO THE PEN )ack spacer, tabula /Price $58.50 Two colored ribbon, back spacer tabulator, weight 12 lbs., Including'case tor carrying. EVERALL & FRANKS PHONE 1107 OFFICE OUTFITTERS FOURTH AVE. AND FIFTH ST. S, Big New Feature for the Stampede-A Maverick Race The First of the Kind ever Pulled off In Western Canada D. D. McNABB, PROPRIETOR OF THE CITY HARNESS SHOP, LETHBRIDGE, DONATES A HANDSOME SADDLE, VALUED AT ONE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-FIVE DOLLARS, MANUFACTURED BY THE CALGARY SADDLE CO. WHAT A MAVERICK RACE IS A full grown three-year-old wild steer is placed in the chute, one hundred yards behind the cowboy riding his best and fastest saddle horse waits the word to go, as the steer passes a given line. The race is which of the riders can rope the steev around both horns first. Just imagine the steer leave the chute, and from twenty to thirty of the best riders and ropers in Alberta make the mad rush for the steer. Can you imagine anything more exciting?  This event will take place on the race track every evening during the stampede. The contest will be decided on points. Full details will be given in this space Monday as to number allowed to ride each night, the size' of loop allowed and all the details. As this is considered one of the many big events don't fail to read details in full in Monday's issue. Open only to riders who have resided in Alberta fof six months or over. STAMPEDE AND FAIR DATES JULY 22 to 27 Inclusive TAKE RED LINE CAR DIRECT TO GROUNDS. BAND IN ATTENDANCE AFTERNOON AND EVENING. AD. DAY, Arena Director. W. McC. MOORE, Manager GENERAL ADMISSION: AFTERNOONS SOc; EVENINGS, 2Sc ;