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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 25, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOnOHEIMCR PIANOS KDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LfO. / "Everything Musical" 318 eth Street South Phone 1545 LETHBmDGE DAILY HERALD [ "WANT" ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS We Waat to Tell You Again About the Excellence of Our COOKED MEATS 'WE have every variety, all our own make-JELLIED tongue, roast pork, )ilfo c^h^e'ese, pork pies, cooked ham, corn beef. they're all made from choice fresh killed MEAfs. DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Women Who Know Say That Penslar Vanishing Cream' Je the Ideal choice because it is soothing, fragrant and a splendid cleanser. It leaves the skin smooth and satiny, and protects it from sun and dust. If von want a disappearing cream that will please you in every particular Penslar Vanishing Cream will afford you a superior preparation. Sold In two sizes, 25 cents and 50 cents. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL store PHONE 1487 NEAR BHORE (Prom Our Own Corresponflent) BIsinnore, July 24.-^At a pleasant ;tpot on Mr. J. Good's ranch near Cole-, man an interesting camping party is ! located. With their tents and equip- jinent the staff and children of the 1SV" a'i'L"'." m,""'!"," Xo'/"'"^ !victx)ria Home Brocket arrived someJ-^'- Albans church, where service was )dayB ago and expect to be under can -Tas a month. The party comprises Mr. W. H. Horn, Willie Knowlton, Joe Warrior, Sam Yellow Face, Jackie Crow Shoe, Pete Potts, Bert Striped Squirrel, Fred Iron Shirt. Joe Pete One Owl, AUan Prairie Chicken, Billie Davis, Mike One Owl, George Baptists. Girls-Susie Warrln, Annie Crow Shoe, Louie. Knowlton, Annie Bull Pen, May Bull Pen, Maggie Sarcee Man, Eva Potts, Mollie Little Flume, Alice Big Smoke. The Rev. W. R. Haynes the clergy- man in charge of th? Church of England Mission to the Peigan Indians, whose name in connection with the Victoria Home is widely known, was in camp for the first two days seeing after eveo'one's comfort. He expects to rejoin the party from fme to time. All are thoroughly enjoying themselves and the splendid weather has given them ample opportunity for games and frequent visits to town. The Sunday morning service in the camp was conducted by the principal and in the evening everyone attended Quality Goods at Lowi^st Prices OUR TURN-OVER IS STILL INCREASING WHICH .IS PROOF THAT OUR^PRICES ARE REASON-ABLE. NO MORE BAD DEBTS OR BAD ACCOUNTS TO BE PAID FOR BY TRADING HERE UNDER OUR NEW SYSTEM. . ; > , WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW. WHILE-lN TOWN STAMPEDE WEEK CALL AND SEE US ABOUT YOUR GROCERY ORDER, WE CAN SAVE YQU MONEY. PEARS In A1 condition, by the case ......$3.76 PEACHES, per case ..................... $1.35 TRAGEDY PLUMS, 4 basket caic, per.cate $2.90 TRAGEDY PLUMS in Peach case, ab6ut 13 ibs., p"fcr case..............................": $1.45 PEARS, Delicloua for eating, per basket ..... 50c RASPBERRIES, 24 basket case.......... $3.90 RASPBERRIES, per basket................. 17c THIS STORE WILL BE CLOSED THURSDAY P.M. THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers canada food board license number 8-599 Phone 525 MS OVER FORD E H. E. Meibach, formerly proprietor of the Lethbridge Hotel,- and well known in this district, has taken over the agency of the Ford garage and the stock and business, from J. H. Virtue. Mr. Meibach is now in control of the business, and purposes carrying a complete stock of supplies and accessories. conducted by Rev. H. Clay Incumbent. 'The presence of the children is 1 creating considerable interest in the Giggle (school principal) and wife, j to^-n and district where their fine Miss M. B. Phltts, boys matron; Miss I behavior has pro'luced much favor-A. R. Anderson, girls matron, and | able comment. the following children: Boys-Sam-] 3. h. Kistruck, formerly of the R. son Knowlton. Dick Run-away-Buf- x. W. M. P. here, is visiting Blair-falo. Cyril Yellow Face, Tom Yellow -^ore for a few days Ho is nc-w located at Prince Albert being connected with the Provincial Police of Saskatchewan. Mr. G. Passmore of the local C. P. R". Agent Is now on holiday leave. He is enjoying the* local golf links at present and as soon as the weather clears he and his family will migrate to some good fishing location in B.C, They expect to camp out for a month and thus draw near to 'nature's heart". Mr. 5. R. Smith formerly-of Coleman ^ Metal Work To Order Cornices in tin or galvanized ' Iron; eaves, gutters skylights, roots, ceilings, walla, floors. We'll build you anything in tin or sheet metal from a tin horn to a corrugated Iron warehouse. \sk for our estimate 00 that lext job. Our work stands the test ot time. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. rear STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE. ALBERTA Superior Supply Co. MINING. BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPUES AND EQUIPMENT EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS SECOND AVENUE AND THIRTEENTH STREET. LETHBRIOQE WANT INC#1eased RATES. Washington, July 25.-Permission to Increase Its passenger rates to 2 cents a mile was asked of the Inter state commerce commission to-day - by the Detroit United States Railway Company. It sought-also the cancellaton of mileage and reduced rate tickets with the exception of s^.iool fares. is relieving Mr. Passmore in his absence. A Collision Two local automobiles collided yesterday at the east end ot town. No one was hurt, but one party will suffer to the tune of two hundred dollars for repairs to both machines. The Union Sunday School picnic was booked for Wednesday afternoon but the inclement, weather has spoiled thu day 30 that it Is postponei until ne:ft;, Wednesilpv. May the sun shine brightly that day.: Mr. Archie Corric of Fernie was in town on Monday. He is visiting the Pass towns on business. ilr. W. Shaw is agata back with us. He will he acting Inspector of Mines in this district until Aueuat 2nd. when Mr. J. Crowder is expected to arrive. The Franco Canadian Collery people are fencing in the old workings where,the two boys got burned with gas last week. Other places are also being- protected. The boys in question are doing well and it is hoped will have a speedy recovery though badly burned. Mr. James Kaylor the storekeeper ot the Franco Canadian Collieries will be caretaker of the mine property since it has been closed down. Mrs. and Miss Lewis of niacleod are in Frank today on business for tho Women's Missionary Society of the i|ethodist church. Stampede Visitors � WELCOME TO LETHBRIDGE Come in and see us while in the city. You will find pur stock is very complete, our prices reasonable, and our service will please you. THE RED CROSS DRUG 4 & BOOK CO., LTD. 8ucee��ors to Jackson & Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT .^Attend Convention. � President G. R. .Marnoch of tho board of trade and. S. S. Dunham are Uttending the irrigation convention at Nelson. Visiting Uncle Here Mr. Benj. Commu'skey of Iho Can adlan Freight Association otllces, Winnipeg, is in the city visiting his uncle, B. R. J. Forster. Water Rate Discount. Tho city offices closing at noon for the holiday, winter bills will still be I good for discount all day tomorrow, Friday, July 2(ith. Is Better. Chas. Hyssop, who was suffering ; from blood poisoning resulting from ; a mule biting his thumb off, has suffi-! ciently recovered to leave the 'hospital where he has been for several weeks. GIVE OUR STAMPEDE .VISITORS THE BEST . You'll get the. best, meats here. Cpmplete lines of . fresh killed m.eats and fowl and cooked meats. R. Coultry Phone 49i2 The Albe.-U M�at Market .^(C^ciitrated) America's-^Laxative Min-� eral Water; ' Direct fropi the famous French Lick v Springs in liidiana. per bottle lD.HisiBliftliaDi&Co rim Albertk'a Plaqcar Dnioalat�> Whalesate and llaUII Ch*mlat� , Phonea 1515 and 322 Goes To Toronto. Thomas Longwcrth, president of the Great War Veterans' Association In this city,-ieft today for Toronto, where he will he a delegate to tho Dominion convention of the G.W.V.A. To Convention. Horace P. .Maddison, secretary ot the Alberta .Returned Soldiers' Commission and of the 6reat War Veterans' Assaclatlon, left today for Toronto, where he will attend the Dominion convention of the G.W.V.A. IS OUR SPECIALTY We have upwards of FIFTY STYLES and PATTERNS in POCKET KNIVES of Sheffield and American manufacture.- We have SCISSORS of every atyle and alia; also Scissora In caaea. We have RAZORS- Imported from England before, the war, as well aa the latest atylea and makes of American manufacture, Including all the popular aafetys auch as AUTO STROP, GILLETTE, EVER.READY, and KEEN KUTTER, We have TABLE and DESSERT KNIVES of ' highest quality including the new atainlesa ateel. We have CARVING KNIVES and FO^KS in paira at modeat prices, also ah excellent selection in caaea. Many of those lines cannot be replaced until after the war. Better buy now If you want the best. We extend to all Stampede Vlaltora a cordial Invitation to inspect our' new premlaes. We think we have the fineat Hardware Store weat of Winnipeg; let ua know what you think of It. You will find clo&k-rooma and tolleta at your diaposal; our telephonea are at your aervlce, and we ahall be glad If you will make thia Store your head-quartera. INSPECT OUR STOCK. COMPARE OUR PRICES. YOU WILL NOT BE URGED TO BUY. Consumers Hardwareand Supply Co. PHONE IS12 FIFTH STREET SOUTH The body" of Howard Biichanan, of Birnle, Man., who had been missing tor several days, was found dead In tho bush about a mile from his home born, Knight-To Mr. and Mrs. Ray Knight 12B5 5th Ave. South, a daughter. ioo-0 Veterans' Dance. Don't forget the Veterans' Dance i Friday evening, in the club rooms at nine o'clock. Need's orchestra. Re-freahments. The best floor In. the city. Come in thousands, we will find you room, eveft if it means standing the billiard table on end In the corner. Weather cannot kill a Veteran' Dance. HAS RESIGNED. � t.r ' -, Madrid, July 25.-General Fldal, the Spanish minister of marine, has resigned owing' to differences ot opinion with Premier Maura. Admiral Miranda has been - appointed to siifc-' ceed him. Commercial Travellers Attention! . Those intending to take part in the big parade.must not forget to be at the Oddfellows Hall Ffiday at one o'clpck sharp.- The city band will be thefe and as they will be expected to perform at the grounds at 2 p.m., no time is to be lost in getting started. Don't forget, cars to be well decorated, to be at the corner of Fourth Avenue and Fifth Street' at 1- o'clock sharp. Two hundred seats have been reserved In the centre-of the grand stand tor Commercial Trayellors and their friends. The boys will see that the visitors are well taken care of. Join |>us in tho parade or meet us at the Fair. Developing and Printing for this week We Have for Your Benefit a 24-Hpur Service Let us have yoi\r-films BEFORE NOON and you can get the best work by noon the next day. , STAMPEDE PICTURES WE ARE GETTING THE DAILY STORY ON POST CARDS THESE WILL BE UP TO. THE MINUTE PICTURES The HEbLEY DRUG CO. CITY Cast of 100 in Chaplin's First One Million Dollar Xomedy YOUR LAST CHANCE TODAY .' VACATION TIME Spend your idle hours in touch with nature. In mountain, vallej^ on hill and by stream. BOOKS OF THE RIGHT SORT portray the best in life, enveloped midst the choicest spota of eartli, The Twentieth Century Bookstore ' IS DISTINCTLY "BOOKISH" - . " 514 fOURTH; AVENUE  PHONE 6U Charlie Chaplin is supported by a caSt of one hundred people, including Edna Purviance, Fred Starr, .who takes the place of the late Eric Campbell, and Zasu Pitts, formerly ot Mary Pickford'R company. In. the tlfst of his $1,000,000 comedies, entitled "A Dog's Life," which will be shown at the Empress theatre tor the last time tonight. Advertisement. THE MIMEOGRAPH MAKES 5,000 TYPEWRITTEN LETTERS AN HOUR A WQNDERFUL LITTLE MACHINE SEE IT AT THE MAIN BUILDING, EXHIBITION GROUNDS EVERALL & FRANKS 8INN0TT BLOCK office outfitters ' cor, 4TH ave. A 5TH st. Tomorrow, Friday, The United Commercial Travellers and the Rotary Club have been lying awake nights thinking up special stunts which they will spring on Friday, so if you miss coming to the Fair that day you will miss somethmg good. Owing to the weather conditions which prevailed on Wednesday, the mayors of Raymond} Magrath and Cardston have proclaimed Friday/a holiday in these towns and every indication points to this day bemg a record breaker. ^'^ '& ROTARY Alberta's Big Amalgamated Fair and SEE THE BEST STAMPEDE EVER STAGED IN . WESTERN CANADA. The buckmg broncs, the wild steeri^ the trick riders and ropei^s and all the host'of other features. You cannot afford to miss it. , * Admission Prices .... IJOc;" Grandstand-----50c Evening . ...7.____,; 25c; Evening 25c Children, under 12 .:............. . FREE AD. DAY, . W.McC. MOORE, Arena Pirlctoir Mahager Mi^s Catherine Stinson The world's premier vfoman aviator has arrived in the city and Fly TWICE on , Julys 27th ;