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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL ,i No. 4 ......122'xi Rejected and Feed ......... Ill Flax-No. 1 N. W. C..................292 No. 2 C. W. 288 No. 3 C. W. 273 LOCAL MARKETS Grain A Livestock Prices Track Prices DOUBLE TRAGEDY Montreal, July 18.-Zenon Bour-bounuis, aged 22 years, was drowned at Cedars yesterday, and his step father, Stanislas Montpetit, aged 70 years, dropped dead near his home at St. Dominique, both deaths occurring within an hour. Mason & Risch Limited Balmoral Clock Lethbrldg* Vlctrolas, Victor Record*, VloV Ins, Accordeons, Sheet Muslo and Musical Merchandise. Mall Orders Given Careful Attention. S_;_J HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW KINETO CLOCK IN STARLAND? IT'8 A NOVELTY. Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. 3. and 13th Street. MINING, BUILDING 4 RAILWAY SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOW8 8ULKIE8 FORD TRACTOR ATTACH- BUGGIES MENTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINDER ENGINEC PHONE 1725-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR Wheat Oats . Flax . Barley -227 64% �Wagor. Prices Wheat .....223 Oats......63 ... - Flax......261 ____- Barley .....100Vj LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 8c; choice cows, c. Soleet hogs, 150 to 250 lbs. 14c. Choice kilMng wether3, sheared 10c. Choico killing ewes, sheared, 9c. For Belgian Relief W. A. Buchanan M.P. acknowledges receipt of $2 tor the Belgian Belief fund from a Belgian. Raymond Man Broke Leg R. II. Gorlay, ot Raymond, was the victim of a painful accident Tuesday when tho horse he was riding fell on him, fracturing his leg in several places. He was rushed to Lethbrldge, and underwent medical attention by Dr. Lovering, later being removed to Gait hospital, where ho is progressing favorably. AIR BILL HELD UP. Washington, July 18.-Opposition from a small group of senators of botli parties upset plans today for having tho senate, pass after brief debate the $610,000,000 aviation bill An hour of discussion demonstrated the futility of attempting to put tho measure through. ANNOUNCEMENTS A dance will be hold in the K. of P. hall, Saturday, July 21. Every, body welcome. Genta 76c. Ladies free.  185-2 Patrons of Mike Cadmiin, shoe repairer, should know that from July 23 to August 7, 1917, bis shop will bo closed. Anyone desiring a good Job done, and tho special Maple Leaf oak tan leather work, will do wcl! to call und see him at onco. 185-1 Make your holiday trip complete with a KODAK ALL PRICES AND SIZES FROM $7.00 UPWARDS. Let u� finish your holiday pictures. The Red Cross Drug & Book Co., Limited PHONE ESS. SCALDING! The prolonged, intense hot spell has produced a number of uncomfortable conditions in both young and old. For scalding, between and under the toes, etc, Chafing or Irritations, a single application of 2INC0LA invariably affords instant relief. Dust liberally with Talcum Powder after applying. Unequalled for Eczema. 50c J. D. Higiflbothim & Co -- Limited � �Alberta's Pioneer Druggists.'' The UfatttoUL Mot* Wholesale anal retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 129 CITY AND DISTRICT Cranbrook Visitor A. B. McDonald la/ a Cranbrook visiter In the city. ' Engineers Recruiting Major H. 11. Johnson ot the Engineers is in tho city Jn connection with recruiting.. ' Retail Cierka to Meet The Detail Clerks are holding an important meeting tonight in the Labor Hall. Elks Meeting B. P. O. iciks will merit tonight in their club rooms, Alberta block, at 8.30. Moose Meeting Loyal Order of Moose will hold a special meeting on Friday night, July 20th at Moose hall. All officers nro ttxpected to bo present. L. D. S. Contributions The honorary treasurer, A. J. Blaekburne, of the Red. Cross, acknowledge;) receipt of the following contributions from the Taylor Stake Sunday schools .of tho L. D. S. church: Barnwell ' S12.25; Grassy Lake $6; Lethbrltgoyl 14.65; Magrath $23.75; Purple ^Brings $3.25;, Raymond Second $38.95; Raymond First $23.65; Stirling' $17.35; Taber $23.50; Torrio $2,i)5;i Welling $15.70; total $187.00. COMES TO LETHB'GE (From Our Own cnrrcspnnilpnU I Blairmorc, July IS.-Several mem-, h"r� nf Blilrmore Lodge"I.O.O.F. journeyed to Coleman on Monday and attended the lodge there when presentations to Past Grand, Brother David Held, were mnde by Coleman Lodge No. 36, Coleman Hebekah Lodge and tho members of tho Coleman band. The installation of officers of Coleman Lodge was to have taken place on -this night but owing to the early departure of Bro. Reld from Coleman the Installation was postponed until next Monday night. Brother Keid. who is an old timer of tho Crows Nest Pass and one of tho best known Oddfellows in this district has removed his family to Lethbridge where ho will open up in business for himself. In making the presentation for the Rebokahs, Sister Derbyshire of Coleman, addressed a few well-chosen words to those present expressing regret which the -Rebekabs of Coleman felt at the departure of Brother and Sister Reld from Coleman and also expressed regret that Sister Reid was not ablo to bo present that evening. Tho presentation was a lovely Ucbe-kah Collar for Sister Reid. Mr. Beddington, conductor of the Coleman band, then presented Bro. Reid with a beautiful engraved pin and expressed words of great praise to him for his untiring energy and Interest taken while connected with tho band. The presentation on behalf ot tho Oddfellows of Coleman Lodge No. 3fi, was made by Brother Allan Hamilton of Blairmore, District Deputy Grand Master. Following is th-i speech made by the D.D.G.M. on this occasion: "Brother David Reid. Past Grand, 1 have been asked by your friends and brothers in Coleman Lodge No. 36, to endeavor to convey to you, in some measure at least, a realization of the esteem in which you are held by your many friends and brother Oddfellows In Colemaif and throughout the Pass, and it is a pleasure to accede to this request because my own sentiments in the matter aro entirely in accordance with theirs. You must realize that Oddfellowshlp means something more than form and ritual to these men whose friendship you have earned and held, and who tonight are trying to give tangible evidence of their friendship; tills friendship has not commenced tonight nor will it terminate tonight, it is rather ttie evidence that you have been weighed in the balance and found worthy, and wherever you may go, whatever may be your lot in life, you may rest assured that in Coleman you have friends and brothers. In times like these when tho intelligence of tho world is dominated by the fruits of enmity and distrust, it is surely significant that in quiet little corners of tho earth there still exists the principles on which our beloved Order is founded, Friendship, Love and Truth, and this incident tonight revives in us the hope that some day these will be the dominating influences throughout the whole world and 'Man to man tho world o'er, will brothers be for a' that.' It Is a matter of regret to us that you have seen fit to leave us but our acquaintance) with you has taught us Something of the value of a good arid true man and we wIbIi you success in your new field of labor. And now Brother Reld, I ask you in the name of Coleman Lodgo to accept this collar and jevrel, it carries with it the sentiments of Friendship, Love and Truth; this Friendship we hope you will ever cherish, this Love wo hopo you will ever reciprocatu, and we aro sure that Truth is ono of your virtues," Brother Reid spoke a few well chosen words in answer to" uuch of the several speakors and expressed deep regret that it was noceHsary for him to leavo Coleman but ho assured the brothers that ho would never forgot the lodgo there und hoped to visit them occasionally in tho future. When tho presentations wero over refreshments werd served to all present after which tho band gave several selections and then dancing commenced and continued' uutll tho "weo sma' hours o' tho mornln'" and everybody enjoyed tho affair Immonsely. Tho Installation of tho appointive officers of Coleman Lodgo will bo held on next Monday night when Bro. Hamilton, D.D.O.M, will officiate. .Several. Blairmore people took in tho picnic at Crows Nest on Wednesday, availing themselves of the low rates on tho special train which run from Lethbrldge. Everybody reports an excellent time. Inspector C. Jungot of the R.N.W. M.P., stationed here was taken suddenly ill on Tuesday and will be obliged to keep to his bed for several days. Sam Jensen has been appointed secretary-treasurer of the Local Union of the U. M. W. of A. during the al>-Koncu of Alex. McFegnn who recently married and has gone for an extended trip to the B. C. coast. The town council is doing much needed repair work to tho sidewalks in town. SATISFACTORY RESULTS London, July IS.-It was said here today that the results of British recruiting in the United Slates had been very satisfactory and that the quality of the recruits was high. DROWNING TRAGEDY Gananoque, Out., July IS.-Nursing Si3ter Campbell of South Orange, N. J,, and Private Castle a returned invalid soldier, were drowned yesterday while out boating. E JULY ARE SLOW Ottawa. July IS.-Enlistments for tho first two weeks in July totalled 2166, as compared with 2055 for the last half of June. TUo enlistments since the beginning of the war have numbered 426,622. Toronto military district headed the list for the fortnight with s:'.6 enlistments. In the other military districts they were as follows: London, 100; Ottawa-Kingston, 1-15; Montreal, 22!i; Quebec, 13; Maritime Provinces, 210; Manitoba, 228; Saskatchewan. 7!); Alberta, 37, and British Columbia, 220. Plumbing, Gas, Steam and Hot Water Fitting :-: PRESSURE SYSTEMS FOR FARM HOMES Knapman Plumbing & Heating Co. 710 FIFTH AVE. 3. PHONE 1092 Office Stationery UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS, F. & E. CHECK WRITER, CHICAGO PENCIL SHARPENER, OFFICE FURNITURE, TYPEWRITERS OVERHAULED, CLEANED AND REPAIRED. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE Everall & Fr ank s Sinnott Block, Corner 4th Ave. and 8th 8t, Barbers' Supplies Everything for the man who :: shaves himself. We have Strops ranging In price from 25c to $2.00. Hair Cutting Shears from .............................. 76c to $1.80 Hair Clippers........................................ $1.00 to $3.00 Upwards of twenty-five styles and makes in razors of the good old fashioned kind at before the war prices.-All the up to date makes in Safety Razors. Shaving Brushes from ................................. 26c to $3.00 Consumers' Hardware Co. PHONE 1212 J 58 ;