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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 24, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NonoYteiMER p)ano8 RDISON PHONObRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., ltd. "Everything Musical" SIS 6th Street South ,, Phone 1S45 lethbridge: "WANT" ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS t't We Wwit to Tell You Again About the Excellence of Our MEATS I. WE HA^E EVERY VARIETY, ALL OUR OWN MAKE- JELLIED TONGUE, ROAST PORK, VEAL LOAF. po_, p.pg HEAD CHEESE, '^""'^ COOKED HAM, CORN BEEF. THEY'RE ALL MADE FROM CHOICE FRESH KILLED MEATS. DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Women Who Know Say That Penslar Vanishing Cream Is the Ideal choice because it is soothing, fr.-isrant and a splendid cleanser. It leaves the akin smooth and satiny, and protects it trom sun and dust. It you want a disappearing cream that will please you In every particular Penslar Vanishing Cream will afford you a superior pr9pa^-tion. Sold In two sizes, 25 cents and 50 cents. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 Qliality Goods at Lowest Prices OUR NEW SYSTEM. [ WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW. -WHILE in TOWN STAMPEDE week C/^Lt AND SEE US about your GROCERY order, WE CAN save YOU money. PEARS In A1 condition, by the case......)3.75 PEARS, Dellclou* foe eating, per basket.....50c RASPBERRIES, 24 basket case .......... $3.90 RASPBERRIES, per basket................. 17c -PEACHES, per case ...................... $1.35 TRAGEDY PLUMS, 4 ba�ket case,.~per case M.90 TRAGEDY PLUMS In Peach case, about 18 lbs., per case .............................. $1.45 THIS STORE WILL BE CLOSED THURSDAY P.M. THE GOOD GO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers canada food board license number 8-599' Phone 525 The Chautauqua (By S. S. Dunham. Chairman.) "A LETTER TO THE FARMERS." Well, it's dr>- and the crops gone all to blazes. We have got to begin to prepare for next year, and how to make it go In the meantime is the problem that confronts us, but is this any reason why we should not live, and why we should not enjoy the things that we can? Of all the people whom the Chautauqua is intended to help there are none who are more in need of the opportunity for entertain-Exemption Appeals. Results of the Calgary tribunal are as follows: Allowed till November 1, F. Weld, St. Kilda; A. Yerx, Lucky Strike; J. Wilson, Foremost; O. B. Lyons, Taber; R. R. Owen, Raymond; H. T. Little, Retlaw; J. A. Vance, Pincher Creek; A. Anderson, Barn-�\vell; L. G. Skinner, Magrath; p. Passie, Magrath; J. Kultgen, Foremost; >r. Wright. Magrath; J. J. Han-negan. Foremost; A. Linjerde, Foremost; G. W. Johnson,- Barnwell; P. L. Sakvitne, Lomond; B. B. Dann, Held Hill. ; � � ment, the opportunity to hear real music and to get in touch with the �world's best talent, than we farmers. When the writer became the first MARKETS signer to bring the Chautauqua to Western Canada, it was the farmers whom he had in mind. The Chautauqua committee were universally inj favor of giving our farmers the first right to buy the season tickets' at $2.50, the lowest price. In more than 200 rural communities the Chautauqua is being held this year, and it is the farmers who are behind it. While President Wood of the U. F. A. is now lecturing every day in the Cb.iutau-qua to farmers, think of the good that he will be able to accomplish. Will you not take sufficient interest in tjjp, Chautauquji to bring your families and attend? Send your order for tickets to W. J. Lloyd, Chairman of the Ticket Sale Committee, enclosing $2.50 for each adult ticket required. $1.50 for each students ticket, and $1.00 for each child over 6 years, and make it a point to take the week at the Chautauqua. It will be a bright spot in the hard row that you are hoeing, and it will not cost you much. Many of the guarantees this year on the contract are farmers. Let us all get behind the movement, and I am sure that we will all profit thereby. I want to meet you at the Chautauqua. Close. I 90% S4 454 451 Some of the world's finest carpets are made in Bulgaria, where the government aids the Industry by maintaining a technical school for the instruction of skilled weavers. The Lethbridge Rotary Club Extend to those having children at Fair Grounds an invitation to make use of Day Nursery and Emergency Hospital, situated under main Grandstand. * Qualified nursess in attendance.^ 1 Superior Supply Co; MINING, BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPUES AND EQUIPMENT EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS jBECOND AVENUE AND .THIRTEENTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE Winnipeg Markets Oats- Open. July ............. October .......... SI Flax-July .............. 440 October....... 435 Cash Prices Oats- Xo. 2 G.W... 90% No. 3 C.W..-. S7% Extra No. 1 feed .............. S"% Xo. 1 feed.. 84% No. 2 feed..,Sl% Flax-No. 1 N. AV. C................454 No. 2 C. AV. .................451 Calgary Livestock Calgary, July 24.-Cattle receipts were good today, ten carloads having been received here. Some extra good beef stuff sold for $13.50, but the,Sin-cral run remains'�al"$T2T50. Stookers of the best class -ore still moving freely out to the country, and the yards are not so congested as they were. Hogs are priced today at $19, though receipts are still light. A heavier run is expected tomorrow. MUST RETURN TO Calgary, July 24.-That Americans of U. S. draft _ age, who are called upon for military service, will be given sixty days In which to return to the United States for duty, or be cohipelled otherwise to serve in the Canadian army, is the effect -of the "convention for reciprocity of military draft," as viewed by United States Consul Clum, In a statement to the Canadian Press today. The sixty days grace will be counted, Mr. Clum explains, from the date of the exchange of ratification of the convention. British aviators have found that it is possible to use magnetic compasses by mounting them qu horsehair cushions, which counteract the vibration of airplanes. GIVE OUR STAMPEDE VISITORS THE BEST You'll get the best meats here. Complete lines of fresh killed meats and fowl and cooked meats. R. Coultry Phone 492 Tha Albarte Moit Market ors WELCOME TO LETHBRIDGE Come in and see us while in the city. You will find our stock is very complete, our prices reasonable, and our semce will please you. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Sueeesaert to Jackson & Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Bank Holiday. To-morrow will be a bank holiday in the city; Trades Council Meeting. The Lethbridge Trades Council will meet in the Labor Hall to-night at S.30. Baseball. Cardston will play Vulcan at 11.30 Thursday mornine. and Lethbridge win play Vulcan at 6.30 In the eve-.nlng. A Casualty. Gassed-Pte. John William Morrison taken on strength Blairmore, Alta. Next of kin, Angus J, MorrisoiT, (father) Glace Bay, C.B^.S. S.O.S. Notes. Will all S.O.S. boys meet at 415 3rd Av.e.. ^outh zone headquarters on "Thursday morning at 9.30 a.m., instead of at Henderson Park, as previously arranged, to prepare for the parade which will commence from this point at 10 a.m. The Lethbridge Rotary Club extend tt> those having children at Fair Grounds an invitation to make use bf Day Nu>sery & Emergency Hospital, situated under the main grandstand. Qualified nurses in attendance. ___ (  RAIN HELPS THE FEED SITUATION Watter CCon9|n|j:ated) America's E^tive Mineral Wat* teh" Direct from-ihe famous French Licl; Springs in Indiana. v v 40c per BOTTLE iD-HigiflbolhanftCo - Limitod -i- The "Alterta^ PIsiMap DruaoI�t�> Whelasala and RaUll Chamlatk Phones 1515 and 322 Has Returned. Pte. L. C. J. Toynbee, signaller of the 7th Canadians who returned here from Halifax on Monday, the loth, and who has been spending his leave with his cousins, Mr. and Jlrs. E. J. P.et-tley, will leave to continue his journey to the coast on the 28th, having to report to the Shaughneasy Hospital , there ty the 30th. W. F. Stevens, Provincial Live Stock Commissioner, accompanied by A. E. Qually, arrived In Lethbridge from Cardston yesterday. He reports a fairly good crop in many places in that district, also a considerable Mhiount of hay. He thinks that the presfipt rain .will materially relieve the feed situation and if fQllowed by ono or two similar shower^ will cut the hay requirements of that district in two.' In the Fatrham and Taylor- ville districts he found conslderablo feeling existing because of large herds of cattle coming from the Indian. Reservation In Montana and .eatiDS not only the bettler;?' grass buM'lf soinu places their orfips. There Is a'strong sentiment there in favor of- oroctlnB thoso townships into a pound-district and that in the mpant4me'i1tB"gBvern-ment pr(^tect the .settlerB >by making a systematic round up of all American owned cattle found at largo on the Canadian side of the boundary,- OPEN BIQ MILL. Ottawa, July 24.T6 increase tho Canadian supply of. substitutes for whoat tho largest filling concern o't Its kind In Canada will bo opened Petorboro, Augi^st 15, by the Quake*.-Oats/Company, according to, an announcement issued to-day by the Canada Pood Board. Corn flour, out meal, cornraenT^d oatflour will be turned out at the rate of 7,000 barrels a day. . Omission. In giving the names of those who [sent floral tributes to the late Mr. Best who was so suddenly killed in the auto accident iipar Kimball, our Cardston corresponftent over looked the following!. Spray: Master Harold and Miss Elizabeth Cook; bouquet. Master Andrew and Miss Evelyn Fletcher; spray,, Mr. and Mrs. Z. W. Jacobs; bouquet, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Polsoni; bouquet, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Ald-ridg^. As this was entirely an oversight It is hoped no offence will bo taken. ^ When Certificate Is Lost. It is announced by the Canada registration board that persons losing their registration certificates" should make application to the central registrar, Canada Registration Board, Ottawa, icr a now one. When making such app'.ication, persons should give all the information possible, as to the number of the lost certificate, the name and address of the registrar who issued it, etc. CommuniSnions of this nature addressed to the Central Registrar may be, sent, free and there is no charge for the new certificate. / New Giant "Heavy" in Support of Chaplin HERE TODAY The chamois in summer go up into the high mountains to the perpetual snow line, and feed only on mountain-sldeB with a northern exposure. In winter they go down- to the wooded lower reaches of the mountains, and It Is hero that they arei,hunted. Developing and Printing -V for this week We Have for Your Benefit a 24-Hour Service Let us have your films .BEFORE NOON and you can get tho boat work by noon the next day.' , STAMPEDE PICTURES WE ARE GETTING THE DAILY'STQRY ON POST CARDS 'THESE-WILL BE UP TO THE I^INUTE PICTURES ThertEDLEY bRU(S CO. CITY VACATION TIME Spend your idle hours in touch with nature, In mountain,' valley, on hill and by stream. BOOKS OF THE RlQHT SORT portray the best in life, enveloped midst tho choicest spots of earth; The Twentieth Century Book Store IS DISTINCTLY "BOOKISH" 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 Fred Starr, a gigantic person of ferocious and forbidding aspect, has been engaged to support Charlie Chaplin in the "heavy" roles that wore formerly taken by the late Eric Campbell. Starr's initial work can be observed In "A Dog's Life," the first of Chap lln's $1,000,000 series of comedios, which will be shown at the Empress theatre today.-Advert. THE MIMEOGRAPH MAKES 5,000 TYPEWRITTEN LETTERS AN HOUR A WONDERFUL LITTLE MACHINE SEE IT AT THE fflAIN BUILDING, EXHIBITION GROUNDS EVERALL & FRANKS . OFFICE OUTFITTERS SINNOTT BLOCK GOR. 4TH AVE. 4 5TH ST. 8. THURSDAY, JULY 25th, is DAY At the Big Amalgamated FAIR ^ind STAMPEDE The people of Lethbridge will ako be out in full force. A programme replete with ihrllb and amuse* ments. The beat midway ever shown at Lethbridge. \, Every building full of exhibits. Bands in attendance from morning till night. One of the Biggest and Best Days of the Biggest andBest Week in the History of the Lethbridge Exhibition For accommodation apply at Office Gait Gardens. Information Bureau operated by the Major Jacic Ross Chapter, I.O.D.E. Reserved Seats on sale at Gait Gardens Office. Admission: General, Afternoons........, 50c Evenings ... .1......................25c AD, DAY, W.MtC. MOORE, ^ena Director Manager 186?558? ;