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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta ! -�-:- NOnOHEIMER PIANOS '^ijs KOI80N PHONOGRAPHS ; ""�'.�ASSINIBOIA MUStc CO.. LTD.' ... ' "Evepythlng Muilcal" 'lis 6th Street South "^-Phone 1545 LETHBBIDGE I>An*4|EHAIB For Monday-Wash Day COOKED MEATS we have, every variety, all our OWr5 make-jellied tongue, head cheese, pork pies, cooked ham, veal loaf, roast,pork, corn beef. they're all made from choice fresh killed meats. DELANY'SMeat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Women Who Know Say That Penslar Vanishing Cream is the Ideal choice because it is soothing, fragrant and a, splendid cleanser.. It leaves tlic skin smooth and satiny, and protects it troni stiA'and dust.  If y*u wapt a disappearing cream that �will please you In every particular Penslar Vanishing Cream will afford you a superior preparation. So d In two siies, 25 centf and 50 centi. ^ THE KENNY &ALLIN CO., Ltd. next dallas hotel Store PHONS 1437 1 MflON Calgary. July 2T.-A'special to the Calgary Canadian from Winnipeg today says:  "It was learned today that a.conference is to be h^ld in Winnipeg Sunday which will be attended by representatives of various branches of postal workers' organizations throughout the west. Delegates from Regina already have arrived in the city while Calgary's representative is expected to reach Winnipeg tonight. Other tranche's haVe been asked to send delegates to this gathering at which, it Is expected, western strike committees will be organized with Winnipeg as its headquarters. The situation �which has developed throughout the Dominion as a result of some strikers at' several eastern points returning to work, has entailed upon the local committee the conduct of the bulk of the negotiations. With western strike committees organized in W;n-nrp'eg, the local men expect to be'relieved of considerable responsibility." Vancouver, _B. C, July 27.-"The government has acceded to the pro-Ap'osals of representatives of the postmen made at a conference here and Is prepared to deal fairly with the mal-� teir. It Is 'not possible to submit to r|he demands for a conciliation board. , ^Every effort is being made to provide for service should the men persist." ' Telegrams worded to this effect have been received by several local business men. from Acting Premier THE MORE THE That's the way wo feel about the extra nOwCUstnmors we have been getting since starting, our new Cash System. The elimination of Dad Bi^btts,'�ilivc'i-y and Collection coBts moans"Cheaper Obods" for you. . .. - �� , i � , '� . ' ^ WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW. - raspberries for preservino-Wp expect an exirii lot In Monday, Those are now almost at-an end. Order now, per case, $3jpOr . ' blueberries are now coming in from Kenorii. We e.\|icct shipnients every second day, owing to a shoT't crop these will not last very long thi.'? year. Lowest market prices d|^lly. THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers canada food boARb license,niJmber 8-599 Phone 525 MAREIS You'll Get the Best Meats Here Complete lines of fresh killed meats and fowl and cooked meats. some specials Spring? Lamb, Fowl, Mutton, Beef, Veal, Pork. R. Coultry Phone 492 Thd Alborta Meat Market Doherty in response to messages they sent to Ottawa in regard to the postal strike. Telegraphers May Strike. Calgary, July 27.-A special to the Calgary Canadian from Winnipeg says: "Delegates from'the postal clerks, railway mail clerks and letter carriers, are hmrrylng to AVinnipeg from all parts of the west to attend a conference. A meeting of telegraph operators was held last night at which they discussed the situation and tho outcome may be that telegraphers may be Involved." A Mine of Revolt. Calgary, July 27.-A special to the Calgary Canadian from Winnipeg says: "The outlook here last night, a� gleaned at the Labor Temple, is that if the governmect persists in Its attitude toward the striking post office employes it'is going to uncover a mine of revolt It had not dreamed of. May Accept Proposal. Winnipeg, July 27.-The strike of post office employes in Winnipeg may be over by tonight. At noon today leaders'Of the board of trade and the city fconncil made a proposition to the men to use their influence^ with the government to obtain a board of conciliation, provided the strikers will immediately return to work. A committee of the strikers to which the pfoposal was made, considered the plan favorably and the matter will be put be'fore a mass meeting of the striking post office employes tonight. The proposal of the civic leaders here ie practically identical with that of Mayor Gale of Vancouver to th6 strikers of that city yesterday. Postmastor Mclntyre h^e has received a number of applications from men and women for positions on a new stall In the post office, provided one Is formed. No work has been done so far however in the local post office. Not Till Monday. " Moose Jaw, July 2".-The railway mail clerks operating in the division with headqtkirters In Moose Jaw will not, go on strike until Monday morning. The original Intention was to strike late this afternoon, but at the railway mail headquarters at noon today, Stipt. Hyslop stated that bis best information was that the local clerks were-in agreement with- Winnipeg and Calgary to strike some time Man-day. Winnipeg, July 27.-Spreads wore unchanged today for oats and flax, and barley prices reipained tho same as tor the last few days. The receipts of wheat continue to be light. Indicating that stocks are pretty well cleaned up in Western Canada. Oats closed %c higher for July; October closed %c higher and December closed ^ic higher. Flax closed 8c highoi: for July and SV6c higher for October. WINNIPEG MARKETS. Oats- Open Close July .............S9a; 00 October ................82% S3 December ..............7SVi VS^ Flax July ..................450 457 October ...............442 4o2U CASH PRICES. Oats-No. 2 C.W...90H No. 3 C.W,..S7 Extra 1 Feed ................S7 No. 1 Feed, 84 No. 2 Feed, 81 Flax-No. 1 N.W.C., .........:......457 No. 2 C.W. ..!.................454 Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg, July 27:-Receipts at the) Union Stock Yards today were 1921 cattle and 184 hogs. Both qattle and hog prices steady at Friday's market. Twenty-five cars of cattle _went to southern markets Friday. Mdstly heavy good quality feeders. Prices were unchanged. / . CALGARY LIVESTOCK. Calgary, July 27.-There was little doing today, at the stock yards. A number of steers are being moved out pf the country. Beef bandied today has not brought the high prices of yesterday, 'the prevailing price today being $13.50. Hogs remained steady at $13.95, with a number being i held over. Sheep are lower this week-' end, being'ijl down, with spring lambs selling for 14c. Cows have declined 50c, novr bringing about 9 cents 'for the best. Veal has deielined to 8c for the choice stuff. Three thousand cattle were on the market this week and 2900 hogt. ^U:f.Hm^ TERRIBLE CONGEST'N RUMANIANS ORDERED UNDER MARTIAL LAW London, July 27.-A dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph fronrt Amsterdam says^ the Wescr Zaitung of Bremen learns from Bucharest that the king "bf Roumania Jliaa been ordered to place all Roumanian territory under martial* law. In temi-offlclal quartera In Berlin, the dispatch adds, this report hfitnot been contradicted. Stampede Visitoris 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 service will please you. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Suceetaors to Jackson A Co. Telephones 655 and 1232 Sherlock Building CITY AND DISTRICT Official Auditor  Reuben Charles Farris of Lethbrldge has boon appointed an olllcia) auditor. Isauer of Marriage LIcensea W. H. Williamson of Champion has boon appointed itii issuer of marriage licenses. * J Is Better Again. T. M. Huff, who has been confined to his homo for the past ten daya, will' be at his office again on Monday. Resignations Reginald G. Lipton o^TyWarner has resigned as police magistrate and Rpbert H. Grant of Coalhurst has resigned "as justice of_tho peace. . Meet Tonight. A mass meeting will bo held by tho letter carriers and postal clerks at St. Augustln's hall tonight at seven o'clock sharp. \ Funeral of Mr. SIddons. Tho funeral of the late Mr. Siddons took place at 1:30 tthis afternoon from Petterley's undertaking parlors. Rev. 0. E. Snow officiating. Interment was made In th? Anglican cemetery. "WANT" ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS IS OUR SPECIALTY We have upward* of FIFTY STYLES and PATTERNS in POCKET KNIVES of Sheffield and American manufacture.' We have SCISSORS of every atyle and alie; also Sclstors In casee. We" have RAZORS imported-from England before the war, as well as the latest atylea and makes of American manufacture, including all the popular aafetys such as ALITO STROP, GILLETTE, EVER.READY, and KEEN KUTTER. We have' TABLE and DESSERT KNIVES of highest quality Including'the new ata^leaa steel. We have CARVING KNIVES and FORKS In paira at modest prices^ also an excellent aelectlon in cases. Many ofvthese llnea 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 premises. We think we have the finest Hardware Store west of Winnipeg; let us k'ffow what you think of it. You.wlll find cloak-rooms and toilets at your disposal; our telephones are at your service, and we shall be glad If you will make thia Store your headquarters. INSPECT OUR STOCK.XSOMPARE OUR PRICES. YOU WILL NOT BE URGED TO BUY. Consumers Hardware and Supply Co. PHONE 1212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Companies Incorporated The Good Co., Ltd., of Lethbrldge has-been incorporated with capital of $20,000. .The Mclntyre Ranching Co. Ltd., *ith head office at Magrath has been Incorporated with a capital of $1,500,000. ' '^e will ppen tomorrow during (the fol- Slaughter By Americans Terrific One Battle Where 2000 Huns Fell Metal Work To Order > Cornices In tin or galvanized Iron; eaves, gutters, skylights, roofs, ceiUnK*, w�Ua, floors. We'll build you anrthlnj;Jn tin or sheet metal from � tin horn to a corrugated Iron warobouae. Ask for our estimate on. that next iob. Our work standa the test of time. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR BTAFPORO BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA irior Supply Co. mining; building and railway supplies and equipment emerson farm implements aVOQND.AVENUC AND THIRTEENTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE With the'American Army on the Alsne-Marne Front, July 26.-The Americans advancing along the Marne have discovered hundreds of dead Germans. The victims fell before the heavy machine gun fire of tiie Americans during the retreat. In one horso shoe area the ground was covered with dead. The Americans buried as many bodies as was possible. It is estimated that 2000 Germans fell there. Farmers along the Marne report having seen the bodies of German dead floating down the stream. The military authorities are planning some system by which they can clear the rlverof bodies. ITS l-os Antfeles, Calif., July 27.- ' Governor William D. Stephens announced today that he had decided to grant a reprieve to T. J. Mooney, which will operate as a stay of execution until December 13. The governor annjsunced that he took this action "at this time that all persons In the state and throughout the country might be assured the fullest consideration would be given the case. lowing hours.4; ^ Afternoon - - 2-4 Evening - - - 7-9 ID. MigiobotklBi&Co -' LinaitiBd -- Tkm Alberta'a PlonicV Oniafl*t�* WhelMale and Retail Ch.mlata Phones 1515-.and 322 Call For Rent Those renting their rooms through the Major Jack Ross chapter I. 0. D. E., please call at the Stampede offlffe in Gait Gardens between 1 and 5 o'clock Monday afternoon or between 7 and 9 Monday pvening and receive the rent due them. Kindly give this immediate attention as the office will be closed altpfeether after Monday. G.T.lNfiE GOVT. PROPOS, THERE WILL BE NO WORLD'S SERIES Salisbury Beach, Mass., July 27.-"I do not think the .world series will bo played' this year," said President Tener of tho National League here today. In discussing Secretary of War Baker's proclamation. Mr. Tener, who was at his summer home here said that baseball officials would take the time allotted to put their business affairs in shape. He tliought that Secretary Baker's decision indicated that the government wished to encourage the continuance of professional baseball, but wanted now to enlist all the man power of the country in war work. "Everybody connected with the National League," he added, "will obey the spirit, as well as the letter, of the decision." Little Progress is Made in Negotiations in London Witlr G.T.R. S FROST DID SOI DAlGEINi TRO .S. S IN ITALY Washington, July 27.-Trained coni-batant American troops have begutf to arrive in Italy. General March, chief of staff, announced today at his regular conference with newspapermen. Neither the number nor Ihp place where they are to bo used hjts been commuiilcaiod, to the vvar de-�partment, the general said. Two additional 'Ainerican army corps have boon organized In France, General March announced. Summing up tlie battle situation on tho Alsne-.Marno front. General.March said that it had resided, according to official advices, in forcing the Germans, back 11 miles, farther from Paris'and shortening the allied line by ten miles. ' " Calgary, July 27.-A special to the Calgary Canadian from Ottawa ^ays: "Little progress toV^ard a settlement of the railway problem was accomplished by negotiations between. Hon. J. A. Calder and Hon. Arthur Meigheri and officials of the Grand Trttnk Railway in^England. "The"" company's representatives would not accept tho government proposals, which embodied taking over the road on an annual rental basis, guaranteeing to the stockholders a return as groat as has been paid them in recent years. The company's directors wercwllling to soil, out for cash at a valuation to be fixed by themselves. This th6 government' w.is not in a position to do. The conference resulted in an understanding being reached by both parties to negotiations as to the stand of each other. "The government's poaitlon has been placed clearly before the company," says Mr. Meigheir. "The government's position Is tftat the Grand Trunk Paollic entails an annual interest oljligation upon the^ Grand Trunk of seven and ,a half million dollars a year. This obligation tho government has been nwetlng tor some time past. The Grand Trunk ofllclals now have been told that In future they win have trf meet 'this rosponBibllity." Six months la Jail and a fine of ?100 wae the sentence In Nelson police court to J. J. Hosklns, bible student, on a charge of sedition, Hosklns ^id; "It does not matter whether Groat Britain or Germany wins this war." Edmonton, July 27.-The odlcial government crop review, ^(fesued weekly 6y the Alberta department of agriculture, states that up to today "from reports received by the department, considerable damage has been done by frost throughout th�r central,! and northern portions of the province during Uie last week, the full extent of damage cannot be . ascertained at present,/but the Indications are that it is n6t general, but more or'les^* came to the Stamped* with a roll of $145, and lost It aome-wh6re. He has no crop, no more money, a sick wife and four children. Anyone who finds this roll should return it to the Herald office and. 10 per cent, will go to tho 'finder. irregular. In many districts little damage is apparent and in others the indications are, more serious. '-'A large portion of the southern part of 'tiie province was vi.slted by heavy rains during the last few days, which will do much to revive late crops and pasture lands. "Sufflclont hay and pasture lands' have been located in the northern districts, to take care of hll applications from the south." U. S. Ration is Being Cut Down and Canada May Expect San^e Calgary, July 27.-A "special to the Calgary Canadian from Winnipeg says: \ ....... "Canadians in the west can . look forward to reduced sugar supplies.., "Sugar rations in households from August 1 to January 1, will be cut in the United States to two pounds per person a month by' the food administration in order to assure' sufficient supply for all allied nations. "Ertgland is now on the same basis; France allows a maximum of one pound land a half, and the Italian rittioi) lias been reduced to about one pound. /  Jl. ' "Tho now^ American ration will bo ciit to one pound per person each montli from the household schedule and people are asked to accept it voluntarily. The two pound limit will Include all sugar used on table and In cooking. Orders -issued governing public eating places and limiting tho use of sugar to two pounds- for every ninety meals served." al, September 10, to consider tKo purchase by - the Bank of Montreal of the a*-sett of tha Bank of irltlsh NofQ^ Am��lea. '. i;> VACATION TIME ' Spend.your Idle hours In tou^h with nature, In mountain, vall07t on hlU and by'stream. ' BOOKS OF THE RIGHT SORT portray the best In lite, enveloped midst the choicest spots of earth. The Twentieth Century Book Store 18 DISTINCTLY "BOOKISH" 514 FOURTH AVENUE ' PHONE 613' Office Stationery and Equipment TYPEWRITERS, LOOSE, LEAF SYSTEMS, adding MACHINES,. SYNOPTIC CASH BOOKS, office FURNITURE, STOCK CERTIFICATES & SEALS WESUPPLYEVERYTHING YOU MAY NEED, * EVERAIX & FRANKS , OFFICE OUTFITTERS . COR. 4TH AVE. i 6TH ST. t. SINNOT-p BLOCK \ 07?4 6467 14 80 491447 ;