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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOrtOHtlMIR PIANOt aOlSOM PHONOGRAPHS AStlNlBOIA Everything Musical Mh itrtrt South Phone 1846 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS THE DEMAND COOKED MEATS n Try some and youU understand DELANVS Meat Opposite Dallas Hotel phone 452 OFFICE SUPPLIES BLANK BINDING LEGAL TYPE WRITER TYPEWRITER THE KENNY Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 DEMANDS THE RUMEN ARE THEY CLAIM July railway men held a private meeting this morn ing at which the letter from the Can adian Railway WarBoard was read and commented The letter con tained nothing according to the representatives and no way modi fied their with regard to the to a statement of the war board that the union had no moral right to chairman of the Labor said that the em ployes were unanimously of the opin ion that they always had a moral right to strike in order to raise the standard ot citizenship of the country where they were trying to bring the highest possible level by securing a fair living wage according to Bradstreets in was wprth only 43 cents tlilechange in general living conditions had to be recognized the No increase had been granted railway employes during the lost four teen The main argument of the Canada war board is that we are refusing the McAdoo schedule accepted by the American branch of our who they have made no threat to cease said On the contrary they have not only threatened but In many shops they have already actually ceased work in protest ot the McAdoo Negot iations are being parried on at the present time in where union Is asking for same rates we CALGARY EDITOR REPLIES 10 LLOYO July Canadian newspaper party yesterday visited the famous London arsenal and have also inspected many departments of the British government At the dinner given in their honor last night by Lord Beaverbrook the guests includ ed Premier Sir George Sir Robert Lord Roth Lord Sir Richard Mewburn and Sir Clifford In an inspir ing LloydGeorge propos ed the toast to the which was responded to by of the Calgary Premier Borden moved the toast to the Canadian which was replied to by The Canadian newspaper paity vis its Canadian camps in Surrey The REAR STAFFORD BLOCK Metal Work Order Cornices la tin or galvanised Iron gutters roof Well build youanythinfr in tin or sheet metal from a tin horn to a corrugated iron Ask for our estimate on that next Our work stands tha test ot Metal ALBERTA Superior Supply BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS SECOND AVENUE AND THIRTEENTH LETHBRIDGE Getting the Most for your Money THERE IS ONLY ONI WAV YOU CAN OET GROCERIES AT THE VERY LOWEST AND THAT BUY YOUR GOODS WHERE ALL UNNECESSARY EXPENSES SUCH AS BAD DELIVERY AND COLLECTION COSTS ARE THESE COSTS RUN INTO A QOOD DEAL OF OUR NEW CASH SYSTEM IS A GET OUR JULY CATALOGUE FOR FULL HighClass Cash Grocers WATCH OUR BUSINESS CROW THE GOOD CANADA POOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER SMS Phone 525 July Cash trade on the local market was again practi cally at a standstill arid It la thought likely that little business will be transacted untif the new crop begins to Oats closed c higher for July at October c higher flax closed higher for July and 22c higher for WINNIPEG Oata Open Close July 90 90 October 83 83 July 424 445 October 425 445 CASH Oats 2 Extra 1 Feed 1 S4i Barley 3 130 4 12Sr Rejected Feed 119 Flax 1 445 2 W 442 CALGARY July Receipts were light at the stockyards this there being only a loads of stock ere in and some beef Some extra good beet sold for but the price otherwise remains only at Hogs were steady today from to S7 2 81 TURK ATTACK July Turkish troopa Saturday night attacked the British positions In commanding the crossings of the Jordan and on the ridges north of In the Ridge the war office announced today the British completely restored by a counter attack the positions that had been More than 500 Turks were taken They Included 260 Picnic Specialties Paper Plates 1 Oca dozen Sanitary Cups lOc a package Napkins 15c a package Picnicus Sets each THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK Successors to Jackson Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherldck Building CITY AND DISTRICT K riled In Action Henry who enlisted at Coletuan with the is report ed killed in June His wife lives in Police Court Lome Lockhart appeared In city police court this morning charged with being an Idler and was fined and Mike an was fined for failure to It cost hitn and Red Crow The Red Cross society acknowledges with thanks the follow ing donations Hardlevllle Red Cross per Miss Wide Awake Branch ot Womens of Sleepy Hollow and f Bur dett Red Cross proceeds of 4th July per Miss Ander Death of Infant Patricia Elimore aged 1 year and 8 daughter of and died in the city I The remains were forward ed from Fetterlys parlors on the afternoon train to where Interment take The parents accompanied the remains NO MEATS ARE BET TER THAN MONEY BETTER THAN Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market If you geta busy on our old Telephone we In vite you to try our NEW NUM ONE FIVE yhla connects direct with the Dispensary add and save time in an The office number as before 322 You mghtpaste this up for Higiibotiun Co United Pfoncsr Whelesale and Retail TELEPHONE S2 NEW RATE July order the railway board Increasing by twenty five per certain commodity rates from Eastern Canada to Pacific Coast points it Is go Into effect on August the date men tioned In the A number of ob jections to the proposed rates have been received from western boards o trade and other public Purple Fire Taber Times A serious conflagra tion occurred in Purple Springs Wed nesday night when the general store occupied by Muma burned to the A total loss was sustained which is covered In part by A smaller office building next to the store was Buildings across the street owned by Kries and Treeco were in great danger for a TJie good work of the local res idents prevented the spreading of the The cause of the fire it CARD OF THANKS and Gardner wish to their many relatives and friends for the sympathy and help shown theni in their late the death of their beloved Also for the flowers sent Gates Father and Mother Uncles and Aunts Harrison and family Ethel Washbrook and Miss Violet Lowe and Gray and Kerr and family the Huestls and Morden and Hack Retlaw and Fow Retlaw and Walt er Vear and family and Harry Burdett and Cain and and Klnniburgh and BIRTHS 904 Second on July a 1811 Mr Alex 628 12th on July a 1811 The Picture of the Hour Here Tonight From July to February Gerard was Ambassador at the German Imperial and re liance may be placed upon the1 pictures of the historical scenes in which he took a leading One of the scenes in the picture which raised a great laugh was that of the Kaiser and his ministers dividing the United States when they get through with Texas was given to Mexico and Cali fornia to the rest was reserved exclusively to German Kul At the Empress Just Arrived Another shipment of these popular little Electric Stoves prices range from to We ano have a splendid assortment of Electric and Gasoline Coal Oil Fireleu Cookers and other articles calculated to save fuel and WE INVITE YOU TO INSPECT OUR NEW STORE AND WOULD ASK YOU TO PAY SPECIAL ATTEN TION TO OUR KITCHEN r Consumers Hardware and Supply Company BELGIUM HELD AS A PAWN July Von Hertllngs pronouncement of Belgium is regarded in high German political says a dispatch from Berlin to the Pol it ike as merely a concrete statement of the position lonfe maintained by the German gov that Belgium Is only a pawn for Germanys use at the peace The dispatch adds President Wilsons speeches had given the world the idea that Ger many hoped to retain Belgium and be cause ot this a concrete statement was deemed German officials take It for grant ed that Germany tfill be compensated for the of Belgium by getting back all her colonies and obtaining free routes to The fate of according to these depends upon whether the Entente will accept these condl If the Ententetries to enforce a policy of taking away the German colonies and In putting Germany off from the outside then Germany wont surrender Mo July Theodore editor In chief o the Berliner condemns the speech of j Count Von saying The chancellor Is client about warl If Count Von Hertltng consld1 era Belgium is part of the peace ques tion lie must remember that for no body outside of Germany Is Belgium even a question for LIMITED TO MARINES 1 July American participation in joint Entente oc cupation of the Murmansk coast ot Russia bordering on the Arttlc Ocean so far as is known is limited t fl marines and blue jackets and the num ber of which Is not can be definitely according to therules of The Twentieth Century Book Store EVERYBODYS BOOK SHOP voszssssz DROP IN 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 The National Portable Typewriter SUCCESSOR TO THE PEN Two colored back weight 12 includ ing case for t Price EVERALL FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS FOURTH AND FIFTH PHONB 1107 Southern Albertas Amalgamated Fair and Stampede at LETHBRIDGE Opens July 22 to 27 inclusive THE GREATEST EVENT IN THE HISTORY OF THE SOUTH AFTERNOON AND EVENING PROGRAMME Owing to the absence of some of the Stampede Committee being out of rules governing the Maverick Race will be published in this space BAND IN ATTENDANCE EVERY NOON AND EVENING T Opens July 22 to 27 inclusive Phone 328 if you have any rooms to rent TAKE RED LINE CAR DIRECT TO FAIR p Arena Director Manager General Admission 25c Children Under ;