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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOnOHEIMER PIANOS KOISON PHONOGRAPHS A8SINIB0IA MUSIC CO.,. LTD. "Everything Musical" 315 6th Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD � J "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, TYPEWRITER PAPER, TYPEWRITER CARBON, RIBBONS, ETC., ETC. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1437 CITY AND DISTRICT I.O.O.F. Meeting. * 'AJl membors of Viaduct Lodge Xo. 63, I.O.O.F.. are requested to meet in �the hall tonight at 9:30. j No Services. Owing to circumstances there will Ibe no meeting in the North Leth-fcrldge Gospel Hall tonight. Is Fined. Fritz Seibenhauer, a dog fancier. Vas taxed $10 and costs in police court this morning on a charge of using obscene language on Fifth Street on Saturday ..evening. Crops In Montana. Friends In the city have heard from iW. F. HSMen, secretary.board of trade at Belgrade. .Montana, to the effect that though they have had 'a dry season in that part, there have been some good rains, and a fairly good crop is anticipated. WANTS SOVI[ TO BE RECOGNIZE St. Catharines. Ont.. July IS.-At a mass meeting of 100 Russians in this city a resolution was passed calling upon the Dominion government to endeavor to ensure the speedy rtecognit-ion of the Russian Socialist Soviet republic, to ignore the signature of the present Russian consul in Canada as representing cither the Russian government or the Russian people, and instead, recognize one of three local Russians who are well known here. ? THERE IS A REASON For peonlp trading at our stori' under our new system. Uecauso wo can supply your wants at n lower price since we hav;- cliiuinated all unnecesiinry cxpeiisea ot doing business auch iia bad debts, delivery and collection costs. Fresh Fruits Arriving Daily Direct from the Grower. Raspberries tor preserving are now in. Wo would advise getting a crate or two at those prices. Our prico per crate, $;;.!Ui. RED RASPBERRIES, pffr b.iskel ........... 17c ROYAL ANN CHERRIES, 4 basket case .. $2.90 LOGANBERRIES, par basket .............. 20c LOGANBERRIES, per case, 24 baskets ... $4.50 FREESTONE PEACHES .................. 60g BARTLETT PEARS, per basket ........... 65g HOTHOUSE TOMATOES, per lb........... 28c FRESH CELERY, per lb.................... 17o THE CANADA FOOD BOARD SAYS: "With every 4 lbs. of Standard Flour we must sell 1 lb. of Substitute. We have a good variety of same.' High-Class Cash Grocers WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW. THE GOOD CO. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-599 Phone 525 Attsntion! Mr. Haymaker V,-innlpeg. July IS.-As on previous days of the last few weeks the local cash market continues very quiet.' Oats closed unchanged for July at 02. October closed 1-Sc lower. Flax closed 3c lower for July and 2c lower for October. Winnipeg Markets May Come Here This Fall. Rev. H. L. Stevens is considering the proposition of holding a union meeting this fall and will be here next Sunday, speaking at the United church'at 11 o'clock, the Christian at|| four and Wesley at TSIO. All churches Vill unite in the evening service. Need of Cardston Farmers. Principal Stephens ot the Clares-holm agricultural school, accompanied by A. E. Qually, district representa- tive, returned to the city today from Cardston where they attended the meeting ot the stockmen ot that district iheld there ycaterday. Mr. Stephens states that the call cf the farmers of that district is for i5000 tons of hay and pasture for 2:>00 cattle. They are organizing to send forces to cut the hay provided the government wil'. direct them to it. Several bands of sheep from the district have already been moved out. Oats- Open. Close. July ......... . 02^-! 02 October ...... S5 " S4% Flax- July ......... ... 440 430 October ....... ... 432 427 Cash Prices Oats- Xo. 2 r.\x... fi2ii Xo 3 C.W. . sn Extra No. 1 feed . . .S!' Xo. 1 teed.. SO. Xo. 2 feed. . S:J Barlev- Xo. 3 C.\V...ir!5 Xo. 4 C.W.. .130 Rejected and Feed .125 Fla.x- Xo. 1 X.W.C..... ............. .43014 No. 2 C. W...... .427 BORN.  Born-To Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Alexandra, on July 10, a daughter. 1S4-1 Bom-To Mr. and Mrs. Hugh J. Mc-Kinnon ot Diamond City, on July 16, a son. 1S4-1 Metal Work To Order Cornices in tin or galvanized Iron; eaves, gutters skylights, roofs, ceilings, walla, floors. �R'e'U build you anything In tin or sheet metal from a tin horn to a corrugated Iron warehouse. Ask lor our estimate on that next job. Our work stands the test o^time. T he Dixon Sheet Metal Co CALGARY LIVESTOCK. Calgary. July IS.-Hogs reached lout tor a better pricis todar, rosching $1S50. Tins was caused by the scarcity ot receipts and tho keen local demand. Swift and llurns doing most of the buying. Recipts of cattle keep up steadily thD;i.','h s.tockers are reported draggy today. There probably aro 1400 head on hand In the yards, and the movement is expected to be slower until some knowledge is 'b-tained as to conditions in the north country as to teed. Good beet will bring irom $12.DO to $13.00 and there are some good beet cows in today bringing $9.30 to $9.63. * Picnic Specialties Paper Plates 10c a dozen Sanitary Cups 10c a package Napkins 15c a package Picnicus Sets $1.00 each THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson &' Co. Telephones'SSs and 1232 Sherlock Building LIMORE BOYS MINE EXPLOSION In An Old Mine-Accumulation ' of Gas Exploded REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE. ALSERTA* CARD OF THANKS. On behalf ot all returned soldiers, the secretary of the G.W.V.A. begs to thank the fair board for the concession granted to veterans during stampede week. In effect, the concession gives all men who can produce an honorable discharge the right to free entry to the grounds at any time during the stampede. Superior Supply Co. MINING, BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES - " AND EQUIPMENT EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS SECOND AVENUE AND THIRTEENTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE Buy Meats by Comparison- We Do R. Coultry Phone 492 The All^rta Meat Market Bathing Requisites Sponges (in Qrtat variety.) Sponge Bnqs, Wash Cloths, B.ith Towels, Bath Mitts, Bath Soaps, Engslsh and American. Loofah Sponges, Bath Salts, Bath Powder, daintily perfumed, Eau de Cologjie, Toilet Waters, Talcum Powders, In short, everything that would tend to refresh one these hot days. Oup windows offer suggestions. J. D. Higiobolham � Co - Limited -^-- The "Albertn'i Planear Oruoalit*" Wholesale and Retail Chsmltti. Phones 1515 and 322 Calgary Visitor. B. Oxloy, agricultural editor^of the Calgary Canadian, is a guest at the Lethbrldge. (From Our Own Correspondent) V Blairmore, July 17.-Mr. Btevenson, late inspector of mines liore,, left Blairmore yesteriiay to take charge ot the Hlllcrest .Mines. His family will move in the near future. Mrs. Paden, who has been sick tor some time went out to the ranch at-the Xorth Fork by car yesterday. Rev. .Mr. Powell. v,-ho lias been lecturing at the summer school near Coleman preached in the Union church last Sunday evening. Ho unfolded "some of the teachings of Jesus of Xazareth" In a wonderful way. He is a strong and forcible exponent ot the Teacher wiio came from God. The sermon left a splendid impression upon the audience. A number of those who are interested in Sunday school work troni Boiievue, Frank and Blairmore were present at a number ot sessions ot the summer school at Coleman. We are told that next year it is to be held in the grove on the western boundary of Blairmore. The Orangemen did not have any celebration this year on the glorious 12th. but tlio members of the L.O.L,. in the Pass met in the I.O.O.F. hall that evening in regular session in memory of William ot Orange and also of many of the Orange brethren at the front today. The Chautauqua. Mr. LeMohn. the advance agent ot the Chautauqua was in town on Friday and organized the force hero in the Pass. About fifteen front the various Pass towns were present at the Cosmopolitan Hotel fhat evening. They intend to make the, Chautauqua a grand success. Mr. J. E. Gillis is chairman and Rev. W. T. Young is secretary of the organization. While -Mr. J. E. Gillis and party were coming from Coleman the other evening they mot a prairie schooner which tailed to give up the road. As a consequence Mr. Gillis' car was overturned in the ditch. Fortunately no one was hurt. These road hogs ought to be brought to time. J. F. Hunter'of the local customs just received word ot the death of his aunt, Jlrs. Letitia Mclnnis of Owen Sound, Ont. Jlrs. .Mclnnis lived to the great age of 9fi years. She .was born in Kqneslng, Wellington County, Ontario, and was one of the oldest pioneers of Grey County. The lurking cows of the town, which havo done considerable dam-ago to gardens In Blairmore have raised the wratli of many of tlio citizens to such an extent that the local council at Its last meeting passed a very Rope, all sizes, ordinary quality; also highest grade of pure Manilla Plymouth make. Forks, Scytlios, Pulleys and all tho other articles required at this season. YOUR BUSINESS IN THESE LINES WILL BE APPRECIATED; Consumers Hardware and Supply Company drastic law against tho owner.-) ot these bovine marauders. Several fainlUos liave moved from Frank to Drunihellor during tho last tow days. There Is a great demlind for miners in that direction. Mr. Wilson, postmaster at Frank is holidaying in Calgary tor a short time. An Explosion. Yesterday two young Bohemians ot Frank obtninod an Aid safety lamp and went exploring some ot the old workings north of tlio town next to Goat Mountain. They did not advance very tar within until they mot with a considerable volume of gas which was immediately ignited and a great explosion was tho result. Tho people of tho town foU the shock and turned out of their houses to son what was the matter. A groat volume of smoke was pouring from tlio old working and two lads were scon running wildly down to the town. Their faces, hands and arms were seriously burned. Their liair was Durncd to a crisp. Tho larger part of their clothes were blown off aud what remained were in tatters. It is 'remarkable flmt tliey arc alive today. They were taken to tho lilairmoro hospital and under tho caro of Dr. Bayfield, and liopes. of their recovery aro entertained. .Mr. Williiiiu Shaw, formerly inspector ot mines here arrived in town this morning. He same down on some special business as Mr. Crowdor has not yet arrived to take'Mr. Stevenson's place. Mrs. F.H. Rhodes and little son. who have boon visiting Mrs. Green tor tho past three v.-eoks leave tonight for Bowden near which is their homo. -Mbert J. Olson, who has been on tlio sick list for some time has ^een taking a rest At his father's ranch near Tod Creek since he returned from Vancouver, B.C. Ho expects to bo back to work in a few days. The Union Sunday school hae decided to hold Its annual picnic In tho grove west of town next Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Knapman and family ot Loth-bridge aro staying ' at tho Evans House for the summer. Fishing Is unusually good in tho Old Man river thisTcar, and the small boy is very happy at tho results. The body ofPte. Smith was sent to his parents at Bayside, N.B., la.1t night. Ho was about three ^yeeks at the sanatorium. Ho was a member of an Alberta battalion and saw sci-vice in Franco* LY OPPOSE AP IMIERVENIl London, July IS.-A mooting ot tho Japanese advisory council culled t;)r Monday to approve decisions taken by the government was postponed owing to the opposition of Messrs. Tukino and Hara, says a dispatch to tho Times from Tokio, dated Monday. It was reported that Mr. Taklno represents tlie views of the Satsuma clan who hold that the situation is not yet critical enough to necessitate Japanese action and that it would be \mt-ilous to stake Japan's fortunes bo-, foro n German Invasion actually endangered Japan. The council, it is added, was then ordered to meet on Tuesday. _J----~. The Twentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" DROP IN 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 Office Stationery and Equipment Typewriters, . Adding Machines Office Furniture, !.oose Leaf Systems, Synoptic Cash Bookf Stock Certificates and Seals. WE SUPPLY EVERYTHING YOU MAY NEED EVERALL & FRANKS SINNOTT BLOCK OFFICE OUTFITTERS COR. 4TH AVE. & 5TH ST. S. TICKET SALE Every Morning and Afternoon at the Office, Gait Gardens, for Biff Amalgamated Fair and Stampede A PLAN of the GRANDSTAND can be seen at the office and you can reserve your seat for any afternoon, or evening. Also general admission. AD. DAY, Arena Director. W. McC. MOORE, Manager GENERAL ADMISSION Afternoon ------ 50c Evening - - - - - - 25c CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS FREE. Those Securing Sleeping Accommodation through the L 0. D. E. chapter at the- Fair Office will pay the rental to the lady in charge at office and the same will be turned over to the party renting. DON'T MISS the DATES: JULY 22 to 27 INCLUSIVE 523200 ;