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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 16, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOROHEIMER PIANOS KDISON PHONOGRAPHS A8SINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everything Mutlcal" 315 �th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD "WANT" ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS THE DEMAND FOR COOKED MEATS is increasing. Try some and you'il 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., ETCt THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 THERE IS A REASON For pcoplp trndlnf? at our store under our new systom. Bccauao wo can supply your wnnts at a lower price since wo have eliminated all unnecessary oxpiMiiJoa of doing business sUcli as biul deUts, delivery and collection costs. � % � Fresh Fruits Arriving Daily Direct from the Grpwier. RED RASPBERRIES, per basket ........... 20c RED RASPBERRIES, per case, 24 basketi $4.50 LOGANBERRIES, per basket ........ ..... 20c LOGANBERRIES, per case, 24 baskets ... $4.50 THE CANADA FOOD BOARD SAYS: "With every 4 lbs. of Standard Flour we'must sell 1 tute. We have a good variety of tame." FREESTONE PEACHES ................... 60c BARTLETT PEAR3, per basket........... 65o HOTHOUSE TOMATOES, per lb. .'.........~ 28o FRESH CELERY, per lb....................17c lb. of Substl- a High-Class Cash Grocerr WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW. THE GOOD CO. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-SS9 Phone 525 GE BRITISH TROOPS ROUSE ENTHUSIASM Paris, July 16.-Generous and enthusiastic praise was sliowered yesterday on the British soldiers who paraded through the streets of Paris In the Bastile Day parade on Sunday. Speaking of the impression made on the multitude by the eons of Britain, the Action'Francaise says: "To listen how crisply their heels struck the road In perfect step was like hearing the tairft and solemn echo of the strains of 'Rule Britannia.' Those magnificent specimens of Anglo-Saxon manhood rose above the line without spoiling it, and we may say without heeitation, because we knew �we shall he understood by our incomparable poilus, that it was Britain's troops, especially the Scottish, who ' g^Vslorh^eVe. ' An""earae"sT" diVcourse Lacombe, July 16.-"There is a lesson to be learned from the great war -a lesfedn of moral responsibility to God. This great curse has not come causeless. Germany is morally intoxicated, and the cause is an infidel theology. To a terrible extent her example has been followed. And it we cotitinue in her path, wo shall surely reap her dreadful harvest. We must strengthen our religious life in order to preserve our national well-being. Serious evils are preying upon our tio-cial aiid national life. They are cau.s-ed by our departures from the Bible." These were significant thoughts from Pastor V. W. Robb, addressing the Seventh-Day Adventist conference in MARKETS WINNIPEG MARKETS. Oats- Open. July .................... October ................ July .....................-^^u October .................�l^o 436 435 Mi produced the greatest impression. "One must have seen them to have experienced a sort of magnetic influence which deeply affected all as they advanced, almost as if dancing to the strains of the melancholy; but liuipirins bag pipes. As the kilted, bare-knee^ sons swing by in perfect iarmony of motion to the strain of. Scottish Bi::s, the great throngs along the line of march broke into shouts of 'Long Live Britain," 'Lcng Live Scotland'." CASH PRICES. Oats- Xo. 2 C.W...91i4 No. 3 C.W...SS% Extra 1 Feed ...................SSli Xo. 1 Feed, S5% No. 2 Feed, S2->^ Barley- Xo. 3 C.W., 135 Xo. 4 C.W., i:S Rejected and feed ............125 Flax-No. 2 X.W.C.................-136 Xo. 3 C. W...................433 CALGARY MARKETS. Calgary. July 7li.-The market was kept bUoy today attending to stock-er cattle, .a, large niunber being in in ihe last few davd. The heavier weights are moving out well, but the cows and calves are hard to move. A largo shipment has brought 7 cents is-as given on the need for a ri-birtli of religioue conviction. Sunda\'s fine weather brought many visitors to the . and are being moved to Edmonton, camp grounds. The big tent was filled at the afternoon service when Pastor A. J. Haysmer preached on Baptism. Following the sermon, hundreds gathered beside the lake to watch an impressive baptismal service by Pastor Robb. as twelve were Immersed in the waters of Barnett Lake. Three other baptismal services will be held during the conference. Beef remains steady at $12 and hogs, while there are no shipments today, are e.\pected to Open at $18 and will not likely go higher than $18.25. SHOULD LIFT THE EMBARGO ON FRUIT 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 on that next Job. Our work stands the test of time. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA Picnic Specialties Paper Plates 10c a dozen Sanitary Cups 10c a package , Napkins 15c a package Picnicus Sets $1.00 each CITY AND DISTRICT Charters St. Railway The HudsSn. Bay Co. chartered the street railway for tomorrow morning in connection with tlieir July clear-hnoe sale. Fair Week Wednesday, July 24th, stores In the city will be open and on Thursday, July E5th closed on account of civic j holiday for the Fair. Correction , The address given in the announcement of the St. Mary's W. A. social in last evening's issue was Incorrect, the correct .iddress being 502 12th St. A. north, corner 5th Avenue. Just Arrived THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Sueceasors to Jackson & Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building Evangelist Here Sunday Rev. H. L. Stevens, an evangelist, � will visit the city this coming Sun-j day. In the morning he will speak at United church, North Lethbridge, in the afternoon at 4, at the Christian church, and in the evening at 7.30, will address a union service of the evangelical churches of the city. Goes To Hat W. P. S. Stevens who spent the day in the city getting Informed on the cattle situation, left for Medicine Hat lust evening to meet cattlemen at the Stampede. He will visit Plncher . Creek later In the week and Cardston i at the beginning of the week and will Jbe in Lethbridge for the duration of the fair. London, .July 16.-(By Reuters Ottawa Agency.)-Speaking in the house of commons yesterday, the Hon. A. J. Balfour, replying to a question by George Hoyd, .M.P., stating that the governmer had not denounced the continuation of commercial treaties. Mr. MacMaster, M.P., suggested that in view of the fruit crop having fail-etj in the United Kingdom, the restrictions on the importation of apples, pears and peaches and similar fruits from the Dominions and allies should be promptly relaxed. The Hon. A. Stanley replied that he would consider the matter in consultation with the ministers of food and shipping. Superior Siipply Co. MINING, BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS 8ECQN0 AVENUE AND THIRTEENTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE Bathing �ites Buy Meats by Comparison- We Do R. Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market Sponges (In great variety.) Sponge Bags, Wash ClotHt, " Bath Towelli, Bath Mitts^ Bath Soapsi English and Americana-Loofah Sponges, ' ' Bath Salts, Bath Powder, cfaintlly perfumed, Eau de Cologne, Toilet WateJ-s, Talcum Powders, In short, everything that would tend to refresh one these hot days. Our windows offer suggestions. 1 D. Higiabotham & Co - Limited �- Sue Village Action has,been entered In the Supremo Court by Joe Fong and How , Yee of Retlaw, who hajf been con-: ducting restaurants there, against the corporation of the village of Retlaw seeking damages for alleged illegal I closing of their places of business during the spring because of unsanitary conditions. The Albertsr'* PIsiMCP Druoglita* Wholesale and Retail Chamlatft Phones .1515 and 322 A Deserter H. Moseling was picked up by the city police as a military deserter. Ho admitted it In police court this morning and was handed over to the military. P. Horhozer, B. Miskulin, M. Gresak, A. Christe, J. Kostlenik, P. Ruskl and J. Kroplnak, aliens who failed to report, were given $2 and costs each. Another shipment of these popular little Electrk 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 ATTEN-TION TO OUR KITCHEN DEPARTMENT. Consumers Hardware and Supply Company hibits and attractions for the big week which commences on Monday morning. With good Weather Lethbridge will entertain the largest crowd in her history, and everything possible is .being done for the comfort of visitors. , For Red Cross Tho Hon. Trens. of the Rod Cross Society acknowledges with thanks tho following donations: Proceods of dance held in Burlington School house per Mrs. B. Walker, ?1S.00; Nemlscara Rod Cross Society, per Mrs. P. M. Ashmore, Cor. Sec, $57.40; proceeds of raffle and dance. Goddarrt Red Cross Society, per iSIrs. J. giros. Cor. Sec, ?53.S5; Foremost Red Cross Society, per Mrs.^Nora Carringtou. Cor. Sec, $175.00; per Mrs. Stoltze, ?G.OO, proceeds of dances at Spring Coulee on June 29th and July 13th, per J. C. Thompson, $35.00; J. C. Thompson, 525.00. . of such largo reinforcements from''| America, British youths should not . bo sent to Franco until they were nineteen years old. He asked at what age Americans were called up and whether tho French of tho 1920 class were yet in the trenches. J. L. MacPlierson regretted that tho present circumstances would not permit tho adoption of the suggestion. Ho declined to say that youths under 19 would not bo sent to the front lino. He understood that no Frenchmen of the 1920 claes were yet put In the trenches and he also believed that tho minimum age for American recruits was' 21. PROTESTS CALLING OF BOYS OF 19 London, July 16.-(By Reuters Ottawa Agency.)-Percy Harris, M.P, speaking In the house of commons, suggested that in view of the arrival Tho U.S. Commercial Bulletin says; "Wool la coming forward from tho west and is being valued with all expedition In order to supply the mills for their military contracts without delay. Tho government Is making every effort to meet tho military requirements ao tar as it is possible to regulate tho wool traffic. Manufacturers with civilian orders are receiving'? small encouragement on the question of wool supplies and running as far as possible on old supplies." The Twentieth Century Book Store Big Crowd Coming W. McC. Moore la leaving today for Medicine Hat to attend the stampede and fair there, lining up the last ex- Formar Resident H. J. Gehm and J. W. Ireland of Calgary are in the city. Mr. Gehm is a former Lethbridge man, having been engaged in tho real estate business hero for a' number of years. The Entire Story of Prussian Intrigue Against America is (Clearly and ThriUingly Told in This Remarkable Photoplay, "My Four Years in Germany" Any one who has visited the Imperial German court and seen any of the men who appear on the screen will he almost justified in believing that tho entire Imperial Court of Germany was imported for tho express purpose of making this motion pictiu'e-so closely do the actors In the story resemble the men whoao part they play. A remarkable array of dramatic talent has been utilized In the filming of this elaborate and lavish production. Empress tonight.-Advertisement. EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" DROP IN 614 FOURTH AVENUR PHONE 613 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. S. PHONE1107 RULES TO GOVERN THE MAVERICK RACE Race to take place every EVENING Jn front of Grand Stand at The Amalgamated Fair and Stampede Lethbridge, July 22 to 27 inclusive Not more than 10 feet of rope allowed for the loop. Steer to have forty feet of a star t. ^ clean catch, rope around both horns. Not more than ten riders to compete at (^ne time. The number will be decided by the judges according to the number of entriqs. The judges have the power to disqualify any rider for any offence they think improper. BAND IN AHENDANCE AFTERNOON AND EVENING. Entrance fee two dollars and fifty cents. / -Entries close at 9 o'clock each evening befpre the day of race. Open to Alberta boys only who have resided in Alberta' six months or longer. The prize for this event is a handsome saddle donated by D. D. McNabb, proprietor, of The City Harness Shop, Lethbridge. Mr. McNabb donates the entrance fees to the Red Cross. NOBODY CAN AFFORD TO MISS THIS EVENT. TAKE RED LINE CAR DIRECT TO GROUNDS. IF YOU HAVE iy30MSt^L^, PHONE 328. AD. DAY, Arena Directo* W. McC. MOORE, Manager / A ;