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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta IOISON PHONOGRAPHS MUSIC Everythlno Musical US Street South Phone 1648 IDGE DAILY HERALD WANT ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS THE DEMAND FOR COOKED MEATS it Try some and yoirll understand DELANYS Meat Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 OFFICE SUPPLIES BLANK BINDING LEGAL TYPE WRITER TYPEWRITER THE KENNY ALLIN LtA NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Store PHONE 1487 THERE IS A REASON For people trading at our storo under our new Boomine we can supply your ft lower price slnrc we have1 eliminated nil unnecesfmry expenses of doing business such as bad delivery and collection Fresh Fruits Arriving Daily Direct from the Raspberries for preserving nre now We would advise getting a crate or two at those Our price per RED ptr basket 17c ROYAL ANN 4 basket case per basket per 24 baskets THE CANADA FOOD BOARD SAYS With every 4 of Standard Flour we mutt sell 1 of Substi We have a good variety of WATCH OUR BUSINESS FREESTONE PEACHE8 60e BARTLETVT per basket 65c HOTHOUSE per 28e FRESH per 17o HighClass Cash Grocers THE GOOD CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER S599 Phone 525 D CITY AND DISTRICT All members of Viaduct Lodge are requested to meet in hall tonight at i No Owing to circumstances there will fee no meeting in the North Leth bridge Gospel Hall It Fritz a dog rag taxed costs in police court this morning on a charge of us ing obscene language on Fifth Street en Saturday Crops In Friends in the city have heard from of trade at to effect that though they have had a dry sea son in that there have been some good and a fairly good crop is May Come Here This Stevens is considering the proposition of holding a union meeting this fall and will be here next speaking at the United churchat 11 the Christian atj tour and Wesley at i All churches will unite in the evening Need of Cardston Principal Stephens of the Clares holm agricultural accompanied by district representa July a mass meeting of 100 Russians in this city a resolution was passed calling upon the Dominion government to en deavor to ensure the speedy rtecognit ion of the Russian Socialist Soviet re to ignore the signature of the present Russian consul in Canada as representing either the Russian gov ernment or the and in recognize one of three local Russians who are well known MARKETS returned to the city today from Cardston where they attended the meeting of the stockmen of that dis trict there Ste phens states that the call of the farm ers of that district is for 0000 tons of hay and pasture for 2500 They are organizing to send forces to cut the hay provided the government will direct them to Several bands of sheep from the district have already been moved and Alex on July a 1841 and Hugh Mc Kinnon of Diamond on July a 1841 Metal Work To Order Cornices in tin or galvanized iron gutters Well build you anything in tin or sheet metal from a tin horn to a corrugated iron Ask for our estimate on that j next Our work stands the test T he Dixon Sheet Metal Co REAR STAFFORD BLOCK July on previous days of the last few weeks the local cash market continues very Oats closed unchanged for July at October closed 1Sc Flax clos ed 3C lower for July and 2c lower for Winnipeg Markets July 02 October 85 S4 x July 440 430 October 432 427 I Cash Prices I 2 92Vs No 3 S9 Extra 1 feed 1 2 S3 i 3 135 4 130 I Rejected and Feed i I 1 j 2 CALGARY July reached out for a better prlcb reaching This was caused by the scar city of receipts and keen local de Swift and Burns doing most of the Receipts of cattle keep up steadily though are re ported draggy There probably ara 1400 head on hand In the and the movement is expected to be slower until some knowledge is tained as to conditions in the north country as to Good beef will bring from to and there are some good beef cows in today bringing to Picnic Specialties Paper Plates lOc a dozen Sanitary Cups lOc a package Napkins 15c a package Pienicus Sets each THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK Successors to Jackson and 1232 Sherlock Building BLAIRMORE BOYS In An Old of Gas Ex ploded CARD OF On behalf of all returned the secretary of the begs to thank the fair board for the con cession granted to veterans during stampede In the concession gives all men who can produce an honorable discharge the right to free entry to the grounds at any time during the I Superior Supply BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS SECOND AVENUE AND THIRTEENTH LETHBRIDGE Buy Meats by We Do Coultry Phone 492 The Alerts Meat Market Bathing Requisites Sponges in great Sponge Wash Bath Bath Bath English and Am Loofah Bath Bath daintily perfum Eau de Toilet Talcum In everything that would tend to refresh one these hot Our windows offer sugges Higinbotham Co Planter Wholesale and Retail Phones 1515 and 322 Calgary agricultural editorof the Calgary is a guest at the From Our Own Correspondent j July late inspector of mines left i Blairmore yesterday to take charge of the Hillcrest His family will i move in the near I who has been sick for some time went out to the ranch j the North Fork by car j who has been lee turing at the summer school near Cole man preached in the Union church last Sunday He unfolded some of the teachings of Jesus of Nazareth in a wonderful He is a strong and forcible exponent of the Teacher who came from The eermon left a splendid impression up on the A number of those who are inter ested in Sunday work from I Frank and Blairmore were I present at a number of sessions of the j summer school at We are 1 told that next year it is to be held in tfie grove on the western boundary j of I The Orangemen did not have any I celebration this year on the glorious but the members of the in the Pass met in the hall that evening in regular session in memory of William of Orange and al so of many of the Orange brethren at the front The the advance agent of the Chautauqua was in town on Fri day and organized the force here in the About fifteen from the various Pass towns were present at the Cosmopolitan Hotel fhat They intend to make Chautauqua a grand Gillis is chairman and Young is secretary of the While Gillis and party were coming from Coleman the other evening they met a prairie schooner which failed to give up the As a consequence Gillis car was over turned in the Fortunately no one was These road hogs ought to be brought to Hunter of the local customs just received word of the death of his Letitia Mclnnis of Owen Mclnnis lived to the great age of 90 She was born in Wellington and was one of the oldest pioneers of Grey The lurking cows of the which have done considerable dam age to gardens in Blairmore have rais ed the wrath of many of the citizens to such an extent that the local coun cil at its last meeting passed a very Attention Haymaker nil ordinaryquality also highest grade of purt Manilla Plymouth Pulleys and all the other articles required at this YOUR BUSINESS IN THESE LINES WILL BE APPRECIATED Consumers Hardware and Supply Company drastic law against the owners of those bovine Several families have moved from Frank to Drumheller during the last few There is a great demand for miners in that postmaster at Prank ie holidaying in Calgary for a short An Yesterday two young Bohemians of Frank obtained an old safety lamp and went exploring some of the old workings north of the town next to Goat They did not ad vance very far within until they met with a considerable volume of gas which was Immediately ignited and a great explosion was the The people of the town felt the shock and turned out of their houses to see what was the A great volume of smoke was pouring from the old work ing and two lads were seen running wildly down to the Their hands and arms were seriously burn Their hair was burned to a The larger part of their clothes were blown off and remainedwere in It is remarkable fliat they are alive They were taken to the Blairmore hospital and under the care of and of their recovery are William formerly inspec tor of mines here arrived in town this He same down on some special business as Crowder has not yet arrived to take Steven sons Rhodes and little who have been visiting Green for the past three weeks leave tonight for Bowden near which is their Albert who has been on the sick list for some time has taking a rest At his fathers ranch near Tod Creek since iie returned from He expects la be back to work In a few The Union Sunday school has de cided to hold its annual picnic In the grove west of town next Wednesday Knapman and family of Leth bridge are staying at the Evans House for the Fishing is unusually good In the Old Man river and the small boy ie very happy at the The body Smith was sent to his parents at last He was about three at the He was a member an Alberta battalion and saw ser vice in JAP INIERVENTI July meeting of the Japanese advisory council called f6r Monday to approve decisions takon by the government was postponed owing to the opposition of Takino and says a dispatch to the Times from dated It was reported that Takino rep resents the views of the Satsuma clan who hold that the situation is not yet critical enough to necessitate Jap anese action and that it would be per ilous to stake Japans fortunes fore a German invasion actually en dangered The it is was then ordered to meet on The Twentieth Century Book Store EVERYBODYS BOOK SHOP DROP IN 614 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 Office Stationery and Equipment Adding Machines Office Loose Leaf Synoptic Cash Bookf Stock Certificates and WE SUPPLY EVERYTHING YOU MAY NEED EVERALL FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS 8INNOTT BLOCK 4TH 5TH TICKETS ON SALE Every Morning and Afternoon at the Gait for A PLAN of the GRANDSTAND pan be seen at the office and you can reserve your seat for any afternoon or Also general Arena Manager GENERAL ADMISSION Afternoon Evening 25c CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS e Those Securing Sleeping Accommodation through the 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 DONT MISS the DATES JULY 22 to 27 INCLUSIVE ;