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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 1 NOROHEIMER PIANOS KDISON PHONOGRAPHS A88INIBOIA MUSI^ CO., LTD. "Everythino Musical" 31B 6th Street South Phone 1645 THE DEMAND FOR ('WANT" ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS COOKED MEATS is increasing. Try some and you'll understand why. DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 "OFFICE SUPPLIES" BLANK BOOKS, FILES, BINDING CASES, LEGAL FORMS, TYPE-WRITER PAPER, TYPEWRITER CARBON, RIBBONS, ETC., ETC. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. IStore NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 D E RAILWAYING FAIMHEYCLAi MontJeal, July 15.-The railway men held a private meeting this morning at which the letter from the Canadian Railway War Board was read and commented upon. The letter contained nothing new, according to the representatives anhone line, we Invite you to try our NEW NUMBER- 1515 CONE FWfis^Ne FIVE) .This connecis direct with the Dispensary arid FroQt Store, and may save time In an emergency. The office number remains as before: 322 NO MEATS ARE BET< TER THAN OURS-NO MONEY BEHER THAN YOURS. R. Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market ^ You might-paste this up for reference. J. D. Higiabothan k Co - Linitcd - �Al'jertk's Pfencsr Oruogtsts" Wheletale and Retail Chamlste TELEPHONE N*. S2a Purple Springs Fire Taber Times: A serious conflagration occurred in Purple Springs Wednesday night when tlio general store occupied by Mrs. V. Muma burned to the ground. A total loss was sustained which is covered in part by insurance. A smaller office building next to the store was consumed. Buildings across the street owned by H. G. Kries and D. W. Treecn were In great danger for a time. T^ie good work of the local residents prevented the spreading of the tirp- The cause of the fire is unknown. CARD OF THANKS �TVIr. and Mrs. W. H. Gardner wish to thank their many relatives and friends for the sympathy and help shown thepi in their late bereavement, the death of their beloved daughter, Henrietta. Also for the flowers sent: Gates Ajar, Father and Mother; Heart, Grandfather, Uncles and Auntj; Spray, Mrs. Harrison and family; Spray, Miss Ethel Washbrook and' JHss Violet Lowe; Spray, Mr. and Mrs. J. Gray; Spray, Mr. and Mrs. A. Kerr and family; Spray, the Huestls Children; Spray, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Morden; Spray, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hack-ett, Retlaw; Spray, Mr. and Mrs. Pow-is, Retlaw; Spray, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vear and family; Heart, Dorothy-and Harry Pearson, Burdett; Wreath. Mr. and Mrs. P. Cain and Mr. and Mrs. Kinniburgh; Spray, Mr. and Mrs. H, Dunlop, Coleman. Just Arrived Another shipment of these popular little Electric Stoves; prices range from $3.75 to $5.00. We also have a splendid assortment of Electric and Gasoline Irons, Coal Oil Stoves, Fireless Cookers and other articles calculated to save time, fuel and energy. ' WE INVITE YOU TO INSPECT OUR NEW STORE AND WOULD ASK YOU TO PAY SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR KITCHEN DEPARTMENT. Consumers Hardware and Supply Company BELGIUM HELD AS A PAWN FOR Copenhagen, July 15.-Chancellor Von Hertllng's pronouncement of Belgium Is regarded in high German political circles, says a dispatch from Berlin to the Politiken, as merely a concrete statement of the position lon'g maintained by the Gorman government, namely, that Belgium is only a pawn for Germany's use at the peace table. The dispatch adds: "President V/ilson's speeches had given the world the idea that Germany hoped to retain Belgium and bo-cause of this a concrete statsment was deemed necessary. "German officials take it for granted that Germany Will be compensated for the returil of Belgium by getting back all her colonies and obtaining free routes to them. "The fate of Belgium," according to these officials, "depends upon whether; the Enteate will accept these condl-, tlons. ' It the Entente tries to enforce a pohcy of taking away the German colonies and In putting Germany oft from the outside world, then Germany won't surrender Belgium.". Mo Argument. Amsterdam, July 15.- Theodore Wolff, editor in chief of the Berliner; Tageblatt, condemns the speech ot Count Von Hertling, saying: "The chancellor is client about war' aims. It Count Von Hertling considers Belgium Is part of the paaco auos-tion he must remember that tor nobody outside ot Germany Is Belgium even a question for argument. LIMITED TO MARINES AVashlngton, July 15.- American participation in the. Joint Entente occupation of the Murmansk coast of Russia bordering on the Arfctlc Ocean 80 far as is known here, is limited t ft marines and blue Jackets and the num-( her of these, which is not large, can not^be definitely stated, according to the" rules of censorship. NEW RATE INCREASE. Ottawa, July 15.-The order of. ihe railway board Increasing by twenty-five per cent certain commodity rates from Kastern Canada to Pacific Coast points will. It Is expected, go into effect on August 1, the date mentioned in the order. A number of objections to the proposed rates have been received from weetern' boards of trade and other public bodies. BIRTHS STEELE-To Dr. and 'Mrs. Steele, 904 Second Ave. South, on July 14th. a daughter. 181-1 SANDQUIST-To Mr .and Mrs. Alex Sandqufst, 628 12th St. C. North, on July 11, a daughter. 181-1 The Picture of the Hour Here Tonight From July 23, 1913, to February 4, 1917, Mr. Gerard was Ambassador at the German Imperial Court, and reliance may be placed upon thd pictures ot the historical scones in which he took a leading part. One ot the scenes in the picture which raise.d a great laugh v/as that of the Kaiser and his ministers dividing the United States when they get through with Europe. Texas was given to Mexico and Call fprnla to Japan, .while the rest \vas reserved exclusively to German Kul-tur. At the Empress tonight.-Advert. The Twentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" DROP IN 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 813 The National Portable Typewriter - SUCCESSOR TO THE PEN Two colored ribbon, back spacer^ tabulator, weight 12 lbs,, including case for carrying. ' t Price $58.50 EVERALL & FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS FOURTH AVE. AND FIFTH ST. 8. PHONE 1107 Southern Albertas Amalgamated Fair and Stampede at LETHBRIDGE Opens MONDAY, July 22 to 27 inclusive THE GREATEST EVENT IN THE HISTORY OF THE SOUTH AFTERNOON AND EVENING PROGRAMME Owing to the absence of somp of the Stampede Committee being out of town, rules governing the Maverick Race will be published in this space tomorrow, Tuesday. BAND IN ATTENDANCE EVERY AFTER. NOON AND EVENING Opens MONDAY, July 22 to 27 inclusive " � �� Phone 328 if you have any rooms to rent TAKE RED LINE CAR DIRECT TO FAIR GROUNDS. Ad. Day, Arena Durector W. McC. Moore, Manager Gjinerid Admission.......... . 50c Evenings .... f.   .......  .:... 25c ChU^ren Under 12...............Free 3710 ;