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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 11, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NORDHEIMER PIANOS EDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. "Everything MusicaJ" 315 6th Street South Phone 15)3 LETHBRIDGE HERALD X HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN WEALS PROM 6.00 A.M. TO t.OO P.M. It's not necessary to cook over a hot stove when you can get our fine assortment of COOKED MEATS THEY ARE SANITARILY PREPARED AND ARE FINE FOR THIS HOT WEATHER. Delany's Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Satisfied Customers Is wluit v.o arc liaviiip iimlcr our NEW CASH OR D EPOSIT SYSTEM. Nnlurally snmo pcoplo nvo n Utile .^li(-|)tiial uboiit trying nnytlUnK ilittercut from wliiu they have hi-eii U8C(1 to but thoso that do wlllMievcr hail; to llic old way. Uulosa you iiavo harrcl.s of luciiicv yoii i'lmiiot iiffonl to pay iinv inoro for goods thau wo 1110 solliUR Ihoiii for and in those WAR TIMES IT WOULD BE UNPATRIOTIc"oven If you had. Wo lu'vo olin.inatcd all nnucoos.xary oxponaos sucli as l.iid dohts, dollvory iiosils. oolloctlon ohavgos, otc, and liavo taUon the i^rioo of tho kooiIp. If you want rihuIs- ilollvpred >vq will do sn for n siniill exlrii IONE The Beasley Employment Agency 110 Fifth St. S. Phone 545 71) ;iui> .. .82';; N CIVIC MIES Ten Per Cent Increase in Tieas urer's, Assessor's and Fire Depts. To Farmers For Your Help Phone I4l2 We have made our usual nt-rangements for farm help this spring and can take care of your orders promptly and satis-tactorily. J. HARRIS & CO. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS This morniug saw one of those lueel-ings of the city council when every motion passed brought forth a wince on the part of the commissioners. The quedlion of salaries was under discus-j sioii and a general increase to meet the rising cost of liwng was aMowed. The increase amounted to practically ten per cent. The fire department, treasurer's department and assessment department employees were the lucky ones to come in tor the salary boosts, while Sid Wallis. plainclothesman of the police department, also figured la a $10 raise. The new scUetlulo of wages in these departments now stands: Firemen. Capl. Hardv $122.50; Capt. \V. Short $112.50: G. Hislop $100.00; C. Pankhurst .$100.00; W. Alford $100; A.'Sinclair $!)o..'.0; J. Tarleton v'.�.'i..''0: T. Turnbuil $95.50:.R. Owen SOti.OO; S. Turner ?i>5.50; L. Gregg $96.00. Treasurer's Dept. In the treasurer's department the schedule was boosted to the following figures: Mr. Fossard $110, .Mr. Sage $105, Mr. Crabb $95, Jlr. Sidal $110 I Pictures of Home Folks Curry warmth and comfort to the heart ot a soldier. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY. Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. S. Phono 1471 WINNIPEG MARKETS. Oats- Open Close .luly ....................^\\-. OrtoluT ............I...70 Flax - .Inly ..................S7n = October ...............S.tl CASH GRAINS. Oats - .vo. 2 t'.\v...s.iu xo. c.w i:.\tra 1 Feed ............... .\"o. 1 Feed S2Vj -No. 2 Feed 7GVj liarlev- .\o. C.W... 127 No. 4 C.W... 122 Rejected ......................109 Feed ..........................105 ?"la.\- No. I X. W. C.'..............S7612 No. 2 C.W, ;!7:'.^, Xo. :; C.W. ;i47% WINNIPEG LIVESTOCK. Winnipeg, June 11.-Offering~i at the Cnion Stock Yards today were ; 70(( cattle and �17;! hogs. Cattle trade | met steady prices on all lines of | butcher stuff and also lieavy feeders, i L.iglit stockers and medium feeders j slow. Hog market steady. Quota- j lions: Butdicr steei-fi, ?,S.7."> to $15.50; heifers, $S to $14.50; cows. $5 to $13.50; i bulls, $G to 511; oxen. $t>.S0 to $12; i stockers and feeders, ?7.50 to $11.25; \ calves, $S to .�?li;. Hogs-selects, $17.50 to $17.75; heavies, $i:; to .r aIbERTA PHONE 733 FOR THE O. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery, 817 Third Ave. We are Selling Agents for the MoUne Universal Tractor Md can deliver a Tractor Today. irior .Supply Co. THE ROY ELECTRIC Electrical Contracting ot all kinds. Agents for the World Famous Delco Light Country wiring a sybclalty. 518 4th Avenue Box 334 Phone 735 Gopher Versus Farmer The trial is on-the case is being argued and it looks as though the Gopher was "winning out." It's not too late yet, .Mr. Farmer, to retain STRYCHNINE as your counsel. Like all high-priced counsel, it's cheapest in the end. Vve ualTy all the worth v.-hile killers for this pest. KlLL-EM-QUICk, GOPHERCIDE^ � SURE DEATH,' POISON GRAIN, ETC., ETC. J. D. Higiabotham & Co --" Limited ' \ "AlUarta'i 'Planetr DruagUU" Wholesale and Retail Chamltta. TELEPHONE No. S2a CITY AND DISTRICT " 11. ' Action Dismissed. In the case of .McLaren vs. Kskland in Supreme -Court yesterday. Mr. Justice Ivos dIsmi.stieU the action with costs. Lethbrldge Trades Council. The regular forluiglitly meeting of the above council will he held in the Labor liall tonioriow (Wednesday; evening at eight o'clock. A. O. F. Meeting. Court i;nity. A.0.1''. will hold their regular monthly meeting in St. JIary's hall tonight nt eight o'clock. A good , attendance is hoped for, as iniportanl;J' business will come up for duscussiou. A Correction In an issue ot the Herald last week, in the account ot the presentation ot a watch to Air. John Bamling, Jr.. (he name was made to read in error "John Bowling." Flour Price Increases. Some slight advances in flour prices have been made by a number of the retailors recently, though it is understood no increase has been made by the mills. LAWN HOSE. LAWN RAKES, UWN MOWER^ GARDEN RAKES, GARDEN HOES, DIGGING FORKS, GARDEN SEEDS/ WHEELBARROW^ v.-1 Everything in Hardware needed at this se�loii,:not forgetting Paints, Stains, and Varnishes. Garbage Cans, $2.00, $2.25, $3.75, $4.25, $S,|I, $7.50.  Consumers'" Hardware Company PHONE 1212 FIFTH STBEET OU,TH .;. .J. .;. .;, .p. .5, .j. ,j, ,j, ,j. CUT OUT BOOZE FOR SOLDIERS IN CANADA. Car Named After Engineer CP. R. Engine Number 2640 is being named after Engineer J. T. Fisher. Medicine Hat. He is the oldest engineer on the western division. Ho has resided in .Medicine Hal since 18S4, To Issue Leases. W. J. Dilworlh, RIood Indian agent will be at the Lethbridgc Hotel on Thursday and Friday, June 14th and 15th, when leases will bo issued tor certain sections ot the reserve. Fo> Red Cross. The treasurer LcHhbridgc Branch Canadian Red Cross Society acknowledges Willi lhaniis. receipt of $10.00 from Presbyterian Ladies' Aid, -Ma-grath, per :Mrs. Stollze. Accident to W. H. Peebles. 'Word has reached friends in tho city that Sprgt. Major W. li. Peebles, who went overseas some lime ago and ha:s been with tlio Kngineers in England, met with a severe accident, which may cause him to lose one of: his legs. I Toronto. June il.-Jurymen at the inquest Into the death of Cadet Lloyd Carter of tiie Koyal Flying Corps, called upon Coroner Young to have the Imporial army aulliori-ties at London, l^'ngland. re-fluesting r.hfm to enforct^ 'Stringent measures against soldiers in training in Canada being allowed to have H-tiuor. Cadet .Carter was killed in a mid-air collision between two machines near Leaside, -March 1, lust. bia to be adjutant Canadian trench warfare school; Lieut. A. G. Cocker-ill, machine guns to bo adjutant iit general depot; Lieut, IC S, iMillor, Second Central Ontario appointed signalling officer headfiuartcrs, Wltlcy. Captains T. B. Colley, first Central Ontaria; L. K. Greene, Artillery; R. II. Fort. British Columbia; W. T. iiocr, Manitoba and L. It. Warn, VCor\,-ern Ontario, are appoiulod instruclOra Canadian army gymna.stic staff. : : .:� .: .:. i % COMMISSIONER OF PUBLIC WORKS CANADIAN APPOINTMENTS. . London, June 11.-Recent appointments in Canadian camps are; Captain K. Michelmorc, Manitoba regiment to be Cadet company com- j raander Canadian Training school; Captain W. H. .'V.dams, British Colum- FOR a WILL AGE PN L. P. P. and City Authorities Confer Again in Matter and Reach Agreement Notice 1 V/ILL BE AT THE LETH-BRIDGE HOTEL, LETHBRIDGE ON Thursday and Friday, June 14th and 15th, TO ISSUE Leases {or Grazing on the Blood Reserve.' ANYONE DESIRING GRASS . MAY SEE ME THERE.' W. J. OILWORTH", i Indian Agent. Following the conference helwecu the city council, Deputy Attorney General Browning and Chief Hardy on Saturday evening, another conference is being held some time today between Inspector 'I'ipor ot the A.P.P., Lethbrldge divi.siou, Chief Hardy of llie city police and the city council In an endeavor to arrive at an amicable .settlement of the controversy over the responsibilily for the enforcement of the liquor act. . On Saturday .Mr. Browning laid down the police commission's rules, whicli places the city police in charge of tho enforcement of the act In the city, but ho also wants amicable relations between tlio city and provincial police so Dial tho two forces may work ill harmony. W,ell Satisfied. To tho Herald this morning Chief Hardy stated thril he wasMvcll satisfied with tho anangoments, and also with the divi.slon at the fines, and ho hopeii that today's conference will result in arrangements which will make it Hijpleasaut hereafter for u)l and sundry bootleggers. ANNOUNCEMENTS A UNIQUE OFFERING The unique Opportunity ot saving the'expense ot the ml(Nnj|maii la yours when you cmbractr the*"Factory to Home" proposition as offered by INIaBon & niscli, LiraU�d; roahiifactur-or� of Canada's most reputable piano. Before buying, let them jouU you bookleta^uud particulars j_ J53-1 Daughter Indian'Chief Dead. There died in the Gait Hospital, June 11, Soaet Antelope, aged 14, duaghter of Chief Running Antelope, The body will he forwarded from I^ot-; terly's parlors to the biood' Reserve: where burial will take place, i U.F.A.'"Membership Drive. The United Farmers of Alberta are putting on'ii membership drive from June 24th to 29th. Meetings will be held at Wiunlfred on June 25, Burden June 2G, Rellaw June 27, and Lomond .Iiine 28, and the speakers in-' elude Vice President Baker, S. S, liun-ham, R, A. Parker and Mrs. George. Death of infant Hickey. There died in the city on .\loiuluy, June 10, .Micliael Norman Hickey, aged 1 year and 11 months, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hickey, of 71'i Urd Ave, S. Tlie remains were removed to MacKay it .MacKay's, corner of. 8lh street and 3rd Ave. The service will bo conducted by Re\'. Father McCaffrey, and will he held in St. Patrick's churcli on Wednesday, June 12, at 2; 20 p.m., after which tho body will bo laid to rest in St. Patrick's cemetery. TANKS WE MAKE THE BEST IN THE COUNTRY- The sash & door - factory: Phone 663 CAREFUL, COMPETENT, BUSINESSLIKE ADMINISTRATION VOTE FOR MEECH THE WORKER Had No Protest. Through a misunderstanding of ilhc .Major Jack, Ross Chapter, LO.D.l':. loiter to the commissioners the Herald lunde it appear yesterday that they had j)rotestod against the garbage dump. 1'he chapter However merely asked that permission be granted a certain party the right to pick - the rags, hones, etc.. from tho garbage, in return for which he would make a donation of a considerable sum to Iho Red Cross. The city's answer indicated tho possibility of constructing an inclnoralor, thus doing away with the present garbage dump, and the poHsiblllty of a change in the systoiu of collection. LOCAL MEN HAVE CLAIMS DISALLOWED C, Duguunno Co\Yley; J. Ilontros, Lethbrldge; P. A. Harding, Lethbrldge; J. S. Home, Lethbrldge; R. Rinaldl, Blalrmore; A. J. ClurUe, Lethbrldge; J. Ramsey, Lethbrldge; J. W, Carney, Cowley; G. E. Little-page, Btislkom; L. Demun, Lethbrldge; W. J. Oliver, Lpthbridpo, J, Downle, Cowley, ijave been disallowed Iheir fclulniK tor oxo'mpllon tor service.) R. -ThompHOii, Lethbrldge; T, R. Williams, Warner; J, C. Alrd, Lethbrldge; W. J, Hyssop, Lolhbrldge, are uUow-ed -till Nov. a. - Phone 492 win Bring the Quality ot MEAT thaC will lead you to qpmo again. Everything is fresh ' killed. R. COULTRY The Alberta f^eat Market The Oldest I^slabllshcd Moat Market in tho. City. ' , HAY PO'^ SALE CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY. UPLAND,' ALFAL. FA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW, CAREFUL ATTENTION JO ,ALL ORDERS. PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOR PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South Telephone 732 The Twentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" piiOP IN 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 The National Portable Typewriter SUCCESSOR TO THE REN Two colored ribbon, bafek spacer, tabulator, weight 12 Iba,, Ihclud-Ing cose for carrying. Price $58.50 ' EVERALL & FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS FOURTH AVE. AND FIFTH ST. S. PHONE 1107 10329 75799?08 ;