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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 30, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta norohIimer pianos kdison phonographs as8inib0ia music co,, ltd. "Everything Musical" SIS eth Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD "WANT" ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS The Home of Quality Meats Direct From the Farm to Your Table. DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 WoLVn Who Know Say That Pensiar Vanishing Cream is the n^i^. choice hecauso it is soolliing. fragrant and a splendid cleanser. It leaves the skin smooth and satiny, and protects it from sun and dust. It you want a aisappearlng cream that will please you in every particular Pensiar 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 phone 14*7 WITNESSES IN THE LIQUOR CASES ASK Give Evidence As To Stealing of Their Own Whisiiej'-Case Is Proceeding It was a case of water and whiskey at the A. P. r. court this morning when the case against Walter Tangye for diverting irrigation water was continued and the charges against ,1. Brown and H. Rutledge for theft of fifteen cases of whiskey the property of Richard Taylor, CoaUlalc. were opened. The water case was adjourned to allow JIagistrate Irwin to look up tlie law on the matter and decide whether the complainants have a right to bring a charge against Tangye. There is a dispute as to whether anyone but the owner of the irrigation ditch has,that right. That is the contention of D. H. Elton acting for-Tangye. The Liquor Case The liquor case, which has already resulted in the dismissal of the members of the A. P. P. force here, Constables Marion and Warman, is in the nature of a preliminary. The charge against Brown and Rutledge is that they did. on July 16th steal from Richard Taylor- of Coaldale 15 cases of whiskey. C. F. P. Conybeare. K. C, is appearing for the prosecution and Making your Money go Further THAT IS the probleivi that IS confronting the most of us at the present time. with the ever increasing cost of living, it keeps all of us figuring how we are going to make ends meet. bad DEBTS. delivery and collection costs have been a prominent factor IN increasing the price of merchandise. we have eliminated these and are giving vo\j the benefit in reduced prices. you cannot afford to pay any more than what we At^e selling goods for. WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW. RASPBERRIES FOA PRESERVING We arc advised that our next shipment will' cost more money. Today'* and tomorrow's price, per case, $3,90. SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION OF NAB0i3 COFFEE THIS WEEK. Try a Cup of this delicious Coffee. 1 lb. Vacuum tins. Price, per tin, 48o. ^ THE GOOD CO. LIMITED High-Class Cash Grocers canada food board license number 8-599 Phone 525 ES GOLD L FOR THIS Cincinnati Authority Tells How to Dry Up a Corn So it lifts Out. You corn-pestered men and women need longer. Wear the shoes that nearly killed you before, says-this Cincinnati authority, because a few drops of free-zone applied directly on a tender, aching corn stops soreness at once and soon the corn loosens so it can be lifted out, root and all, without pain. A quarter of an ounce of freezone costs very little at any drug store, but is sufficient to take off every hard or soft corn or callus. This should be tried,' as it is inexpensive and is said not to Inflame or even irritate the surrounding tissue or skin.-^AdvertlBeraent. J. R. Palmer for the defence. Wants Protection. Richard Taylor was the first witness for the prosecution." He claimed the protection of the court under the Can-ad.T Evidence Act. The liQUor, he said, was owned by himself and another man whose name he wouJ.l not give. On the morning of .hily 16. twelve of the cases had arrived. On the night of the ICth about 11.30 Constables Warman and Marion had come to the house. Const. Warman produced a paper and said he had a search warrant and wanted the whiskey. Taylor told him it was in ihe bedroom, and Warman carried it to the door where it ^as taken away. Const. .Marion was in the kitchen with the witness at the time. ,Marion Also Asks It Const. Marion also claimed ilie proi tection of the court. He said that a I number of times between the first of July and the 15th Brown had told him ! there was a cache of whiskey at the j Taylor farm and suggested that they I go out and get it. He did nothing ', about it. kept putting it off. till the i IGtJi when Brown saw him in the morning and said they had better get it or it might be cached in a new place for ihe Medicine Hat stampede. Brown told him that Rutledge was Koins in on the deal. Marion then told Warman. They went out that night with a car and a truck. The whiskey was taken from the house, loaded on Rutledge's car and taken to Brown's truck." Two loads were taken, j After they had left Taylor's place they stopped, and it was agreed among them that Marion and Warman were to have six cases. Brown then went to the city by the north Coaldale road, and Warman and Marion came in with Rutledge. That was the evidence up till noon. Mr. Palmer made a formal objection prior to the case on the ground that a charge of theft could not be laid against his clients because no one except the government can now have legal possession of l"i cases of liquor in the province of Alberta. It is a question. "Can you steal what someone else -'i"" not own?" Warman Makes Statement . Ex-Constable Warman has made the I foUdwhip statement which he asks the Herald to publish in connection with the case; "I wish to take exception to your statement in the Herald of the 26th under tie heading, "Clear up cloud in A. P. P." Whoever gave you the information must have given you a pack of lies, I had nothing to do 'vith arranging the raid and in tact I did not know Brown and Rutledge,- had never met tliem. I knew Rutledge only by seeing him at the depot. I will have you understand that I never stole any of the whiskey or had any intention of doing bootlegging, and the only reason I pleaded guilty was because I was seen at Mr. Taylor's farm after having got a wrong steer." Winnipeg Market Oats- Open. Close. July ..... ...... . 87 VI Sfl% October ... .. SIM: S2>i December ..... .. 77% 7SVi Flax- July ..... ...... .. 45S 45S October ... . . 41S 44S Cash Prices Oats- No. 2 C.W.. No. 3 C.W. . S6% Extra No. 1 feed .. ........... No. 1 feed. S3% No. 2 feed . SO->J Barley- Xo. 3 C.W.. 125 No. 4 C.W. .120 Fla.\- No. 1 N. W C. ... .459 .Vo 2 C. W. .455 Cash Prices Winnipeg. July 30.-There was little or no change at today's session of the rash market, except that there was a better inquiry tor oats. The offerings to;!ay were very light in ail grains. Oats closed 1 3-Sc higher for July: October and December 3-4c higher. Flax do.sed 4 l-2c higher for July and Ic lower for October. Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg, July.30.-Roi.'tni)t3 at the Union Stock Yards today were 1200 cattle; 43 calves, 320 hogs and 216 sheep. Quotation;;: Butcher steers S7.25 to ?14; heifers $6.75 to $n..-,0; cows, $4 to S10.50; I bulls $5 to $S.25; oxen $5.50 to $10; 1 stociiers and feeders $6 to $10.2.'j; i vealers 6 to 13; sheep and lambs' $9.75 to $13.50. i Hogs, selects $19; heavies $16; i sows and stags $14; lights $1S. i s e r vi c e Oiir aim is to render satisfactory everyday ..service in all departments of our business. We recognize our duty to the public and fulfill it (he best we can. Immediate profits are not our chief aim-for we realize that the increased business which v.-ill come to us because of quality goods and superior service will cause profits to take care of themselves. If you will trade with us for a limited time, wo feel quite sure that our exemplary service will inspire in you a feeling of security that will cause you to become a regular customer. THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson <� Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Shsriosk Building CITY AND DISTRICT J BIRTHS. JIcKINNON-To Mr. and Mrs. C. B. McKinnon on .Monday, July 29th, twin daughteres.  'ASTORESi C. p. R. Is Busy Noyv Moving Stock To Greener Fields Metal Work To Order Cornices In tin or galvanized Iron; eaves, gutters. B'tylights, roots, ceilings, wal'a, Iloors. We'll build you anythinejn tin or sheet met^l from a tin horn to a corrugated iron warehouse. Ask for our estimate on that next job. Our work stands the test of time. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LBTHBRIDQC, ALSERTA Superior Supply Co. MINING, BUIIDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS CCONO^AVENUE AND THIRTEENTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE Farmers are greatly cheered over the pasture prospects since the rain last Friday, but they are not going to depend wholly on the possibility of late rains making sufficient grass to carry their stock over the winter. The C.P.R. Is very busy moving stock to new pastures in the north or In the mountains, while haying outfits are beginning to ship to northern meadows. Five haying outfits have applied for transportation, J. A. Wler of the provincial government told the Herald this morning, and several others are In the north looking up meadovv.s. There are more sheep in the mountains than ever in the history of Soutliorn Alberta, and the sheepmen are of the opinion thai this year will establish the mountain ranges as the natural summer feeding ground for sheep. R. C. Harvey Khipped fiOOO head to Crowe Nest last week. Ho says the pasture is tine, and there 1b plenty of it. "There is one place only a short distance t^om Crows .Nest where I could feed 50,000 sheep for the next three months," he told the Herald. The sheepmen are of the opinion that the government should cruise the mountains and decide on a sheep summering policy of a permanent nature. It would do mora for the sheep industry, they claim, than any other agency, and would also result in a better hay market year after year in the Irrigated districts of Alberta, BUGS This is ideal weather for these nocturnal visitors. HIGINBOTHAM'S " BUG FINISH will extend a "warm welcome" to them. Never falls to kill. 35c and! 65c hotel SIZES Sl.'fS and $3.50 1 D. Higiobolhan 1 Co Limited � The Jtofit �Albertk'i Planctr Druoo****'* Wholesale and Retail Ctiemlet* Phones 1515 and 322 " Exemption Cases. The following disposition of Southern 'Alberta exemptions has been made by the Calgary review tribunal: Disallowed-.-V. M. McLennan, Foremost; H. Allan, Retlaw; E. Hangen, .Manyberrles; W. J. Kelly, Cayloh J-T, Williams, Taber; C. B. Verbaan, Carniangay; J. :\leyer. .Seven Persons; W. C. Ynrdy. Clnresholm; J. K. Miller, Bow Island; B, H, Blake, Lomond. Allowed till Sept. 1.-N. V. Dunnl-gan, Wlnnifred; F. D. Taylor, Bow-Island:. Allowed till Nov. 1.-D, Cameron, Pincher Creek: A. Cope, Woolford; C. L. Fehrqnbach, BSmwell; J. S. Webster. .Mountain View; A. Fraser. Kip-penvlllo: A. E. Beazer. Beazer; H. Ringlet ad. Seven Persons; J. Dorch, Vulcan; C. H. F. Anderson. Nemis-cani; A. A. Claussen. Wlnnirrcd; 11, G. Miller, Jlacleod; J. L. Maddaugh, Etzikom: C. Traxtef, Etzikom; S. F. Wilde, Raymond; H. R. Harrison, Nemiscam; J. T. .Miller. Pincher Creek; J. P. Shield, Macleod; R. O. Myshler, Nanton; E. Davidson, Bow Island; E. Denison, Winnifred; H. J. McDowell. Foremost; 0. E. -Maddaugh. Etzikom; M. Lindenian. Foremost; .M.H. Hanna, Lomond; J. Tunr-bull, .Milk River: H. Kreger, Foremost: R. W. Hodges, Foremost-; W. L. Baker. Coutts; L. Peterson, Leth-brldge; J. H. Simmons. Raymond: D. Whitt, .Magrath; A. R. Smith, Hill-spring; G. Camp, High River; R. R. Sander.'ion, Macleod; W. H. Rawlin-son, Nanton; W. B. .Nyhotf, Monarch; W. C. Wylie, Alderside; E. W. Goad, Cowley; G. Bullock, Welling; J. R. Steen, Nanton; R. Arkley, Parkland; H. C. Hampney. Woolford; N. Oskie, Macleod; H. Broomtield, Foremost; T. S. King ,Taber; J. S. Brandjey, Stirling; F. A. Thiel. Etzikom; C. A. .Micks, Cay ley; F. K. M filler, .Milk River: H. ivjovinn, Nemiscam; S. S. Odland, Travers; T. F, Townsend, Foremost; W. Lind, Milk Itiver; H. W. Bowe, Burdott; .M. Hannigan, Nemiscam; A. E. Saunders, Lomond; W. H. Kathreno, Purple Springs; J. Chisholm, Barons; S. Atkinson, Orion; R. Scott, Taber; H. :\IcCarroII, Purple Springe; G. Ches-tfeton. Seven Persons;. O. P. Scott, Winnifred; A. E. Yatk. Foremost; S. J. Sampelson, Seven Persons; E. A. Mitchinaou, Ta.ber; W. B. Varty, Blackle; E, L. .McEwen, Bow Island; G. .N. Bittorf, Et7.ikom; A. T. Lynes, Nemiscam; J. Paterson, Taber; II. J. Fisher, Winnifred; G. Card, Raymond; J. G. Inkster, Granum; J, Driver, Macleod; F. E. Allen, Magrath; A. Bossingham, Magrath; R. H. Town-send, Nemiscam; R. Roddock, Pore-most;. H. L. Larson, Nanton; J. M, Hamling, New Dayton; G: Bentley, Etzikom; H. B. Gillie, Masinasin; E. MacFarlane, Etzikom; J. A. Blust, Masinasin; L. -Myors, Vulcan; O. II, HodfT* Foremost; W. Broomfield, Foremost; B. R. Coin, Taber; F. Evans, Nanton. Fooling the weather It's the weather that makes your buildings look shabby. It cracks and checks the wood, if unprotected by paint, so tbcre is economy in keeping your build* ings well painled. A little money spent in paint every few years saves a great deal of money spent in repairs. is a good prepared paint all ready to use, I made by The Canada Paint Co. It will protect your home against tlic sun and rain. It ynU make it look well,,and will add considerably to the market value of your property. Drop in and talk over your painting problems with us. We can help you save money.  Consumers Hardware & Supply Co. 153 TOsaciorBCHTOri EMPRESS LAST TIME TONiQ|lT. TABER TO HOLD Tabor is holding its annual fair on Wednesday and Thursday of this week, and Is making every effort to make It a big success. To this end they have decided to hold a stampede in connection, as a special attraction and J. O. Banks of. Pendleton, Ore., Chet Byers of Mulhall, Okla., Johnny Mullens and wife, Engle, N..M., Slim Allen and wife of Wilcox, Ariz., and , Hall Torney have been aocured to I stage the event. They are busy today gathering up a bunch' of wild horses and cattle for the event and Taber is aasurod of a good stampede. A largo number of Lolhbrldge people are expected to attend This Week MORE Spring Lamb, Fowl, Mutton, Beef, VeaJ, Pork/ R. Coultry Phone492 The Aibe.-t-;< Meat Market Ralph Ince Responsible for Petrova Screen. Drama comedy and TRAGEDY IN - "tempered STEEL" Petrova Picture Runs Gamut of Deep Human Enio^lons, Madame Petrova has never had a rolo more effecHvely suited to her particular Genius uB a creator of dramatic miilorlal than the one she as-Bumes in "Tempered Steeh" which come:-! to the Emij^rei^, '^fo'.lf;^ today, The Btpry runs the1|[pann�t''o(|emotlon from light comedy''to sftrkJtraitedy, wilR tin onding that loavorf everyone with a HcnsQ of real"HatIstactlou,- Adverti,fomont " .. FAIR BOARD WILL NOT BE OOTIC Govt. Prize Money Won't Be Available Till January But Debts To Be Paid Manager Moore of the fair board could not tell the Heralcl this morning just how the fair stands financially, as it will be several days before everything can be squared away. However, he Is of the opinion that It the board funds the debt created by the Iniprovomonts made to the grounds this year which are of a permanent nature there will he very little deficit. The city undertook last winter to look after the deficit. Whether there vrlll be one is not known. It Ik certain, '.Mr. Moore said, that there would have been none had there been good weather last wepk, "We would have been $10,000 to the good" ho said. The government grants, which amount to $8500 Will not bo available until January but nrrangomonts are being made to pay all debts in the moan-tltne, Mr, .Moore is of the opinion that ijext year a stampede just as good and Juat as attractivo can bo staged for $7500 and It Is possible a contract will be awarded covering it, wage increases A Prosperous City $50,000,000 worth of Grain and other field products pass annually through the City of Lethbridge. Mr. Farmer, are you putting aside a little for the lean years whicn will come? Buy a Victory Bond or two and see that your Will is properly drawn. The British Canadian Trpst Co* EXECl/TOR, ADMINISTRATOR, ASSIGNEE. ETC. HEAD OFFICE, 31S FIFTH STREET 8. LETHBRIDGE; /ALBERTA PHONE 184t New York, July 30,--Wage Increases approximating 10 per cent and eftoc-tive on August 1 will bo granted by the lilted States Steel Corporation laborers at Its manufacturing plants, It was announced today by the oornor-.ation'ii fliiunciul committeo, V VACATION TIME Spend your idle hours in touch with nature. In mountain, -Valley, on hill and by stream, - � , BOOKS OF THE RIGHT SORT portray the best in life, enveloped midst the choicest spots of earths The Twentieth Century Book Storis 13 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 we supply everything you may need, EVERALL & FRANKS office OUTFITTERS SINNpTT BLOCK COR, 4th "ave. & 6th ST. 8. ;1 'U' 090?0473 374??0 ;