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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 26, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOnOHEIMER PIANOS 5DIS0N PHONOGRAPI^IS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. "Everything Musical" ^15 6th Street South Phcne 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD! HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6.00 A.M. TO 8.0U P.M. m You Do Not Know How Much You Can Save Hy (radiiiK hore umU'r OUR NEW CASH SYSTEM u nleasi you liiivp .Tctimlly tried It for yoiirsolt. Tim old aayiiiK. "The rntinR tho I'urtding Is tlu> proof thereof," is vory triiu In this ca�o. Wo olimiimtn Had Di'htR. Di'llviTy Costs, and other oxpciisps In tonii' ctlon with'ruuntuf: a credit sy^lom �nd deduul tlvo savliig^ Off the price of tho {toods. That :niiiii(la Ilko coiiiiiion Kensc niid It Is. WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW SPECIAL FOR PRESERVING FOR TOMORROW BING CHERRIES, 20 lb. box for ......... :$4;35 B. C. STRAWBERRftS. Lowest, market prio SPECIAL NOTICE-Itemeinbcr that owing to Jilly 1st lu'liig a holiday that our store will ho opou all dax on Wednesday, ,luly I't'l. Hi/iC; ass-Cash Grocers THE GOOD CO. Phones 525 CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 0-599 WOMEN - it is to your interest to get yonr meats from Delnny Meat Co. EverythinB goes d rcc't from th'i*- farm to your table. Deianys ^''"^ mSm Opposite Dallas Hotel Why Do Without d Good Fountain Pen when wo can offer you one that is guaranteed, at prices ranging from $2.50 up. Everyone knows that a "Waterman Fountain Pen" Is an everyday necessity, and having bought one we know you will never be willing to do witlnnit one. We always carry 150 or more pens for you to choose from, THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. � ^^^i^fOi^. Store NEXT DALLAS MOTE PHONE 14B7 For the Boys At Frank Send your "read" magazines and periodicals to The Herald for the soldier boys invalided at the Frank Santtorium. A shipment will be made at the end of each week. Do not send old periodicals. Send those your have received during the week, after you are through with them. MARKETS ALS OPPOSE RO .S. U'ashington. June 25.-Declaring the Jation cannot afford to conduct experiments al this time. Chairman Hurley of the shipping hoard today op-posed absolute prohibition before the senate agrxultural committee. Mr. Hurley and other officials appeared to support the statsimenl made "OVER--- THE TO*^" Pictures of Home Folks Curry warmth and comfort to the heart of a soldier. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY. Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 several days ago by Bainbriilge Colby.] member of the siilpping board, which led the committee lo reopen liearingts on the .lones Prohibition Amendment ;o I'lie emergency agricultural bill. Mr. Cilby told the committee thut to tal;e light wine and hoer from the H'orUingnR'n would reduce the output of American shipping yards twenty-five .per cunt. Pootmaster Burleson to-day joined in e.ipressing fear thai prohibition at this time might Interfere with prosecution of the war. Secretary of the Navy Daniels appeared 10 advocate prohibitloir. He said hl.i dry order in the navy had resulted in increased efficiency and proved Its value. Organized labor is overwhelmingly oppo-sed to absolute prohibition and lo bring up the tiuestion now is to "throw the apple of discord among the people of this country." said Samuel fkimpers, president of the American Federation of J^bor. They Reject It. Booton. .Tune 2h.-The proposed amendment providing for stale-wide prohibition was unanimouslly rejected by the constitutional committee today. The amendment had been reported by the committee on liquor laws and had been on the calendar since last fall. In view of the ratification by the last legislature of the Federal prohibitory amendment, however, both sides agreed that it would be unwise to press for state action now and th'e matter was taken from the calendar and killed without debate. Winnipeg. June L'6.-The cash mar- j kets for coarse grains today continues featureless, dull a^id uninteresting. Offerings of all grains are very, light and the demand is indifferent with few-bids. Spreads were unchanged from yesterday tor oats, barley and flax. Oats closed l-4c higher for July and 1-Sc higher tor October. Flax closed l-2c lower for July and 5-Sc lower for October. Winnipeg Markets Oats- Open. Close. ,July..... 8 5'A October .,, . . * .. 72>i 721,2 Flax- July ...... . ... .. 375 o7ij October ,,, . . 31)0 359Tb Cash Prices Oats- No. 2 C.W.. S5U No. 3 C.W. : s2v.i Extra No. 1 feed . S2U No. 1 teed. TOU No. 2 teed . 7SV4 Barley- No. � C.W.. U7 Xo. 4 C.W. .112 Feed ...... ..... .107% Flax- No. 1 C.W.. 375 Vj No. 2 C.W. .372% No. C. \V. .34S - CITY AND DISTRICT Another One The registration certificate of Robert Flemming has been found and Is al the Herald office. Is Wounded H. A, Taggnrt of Pinchcr Creek is in the casually lists today as v.ound-od. Coaldale to Celebrate Coaldalo is planning a big program of sports for Monday next, Dominion Day. Rain East and North Ilain tell at Nobleford this afternoon, and also in the Coaldale district and !lt Taber. PHONE 733 FOR THE O.K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery, 817 Third Ave. CARMANGAY HAWAIIAN FORGERY. Honolulu, June 26.-Princess Theresa Bellevue was found guilty Saturday In the Territorial Court of conspiring to commit forgery In connection wiUi the filing of a will alleged to have been signed by the late Queen LUuokolanl. This will, naming Theresa Bellevue chief beneficiary, was called a forgery and thrown out of court by Judge Ashford last year. 'fhe estate is valued at $200,000. For the Love of Mike see "Over the Top." Majestic Friday, Saturday-Ad. The Dixon I^EAR STAFFORD aLOCK Metal Work To Order Cornices in tin or galvanized iron; eaves, gutters skyllglit.s, roofs, ceilings, walls, floors. We'll build you anything In tin or sheet metal from a tin horn to a corrugated iron warehouse. Ask for our eHiimate on that next Job, Our work stfinriB the _il*'.'lost of time. Sheet Metal Co. LETHBRIDGE. ALBEKTA Superior Supply Co. MINING, BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS SECOND AVENUE AND THIRTEENTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE (From The Sun) On Sunday. June 30lb, Carmangay West local of the U. F. A. will celebrate U. F. A. Sunday by attending church in Burwaah school at 3 o'cl.)ck in the afternoon. The speaker will be Rev. D. H. Telfer. M.A.. and all the members are requested to be present. Mr.s. .M. Barbor, accompanied 'by her father and mother. Jlr. and Mrs. John Thompson left on MonJuy for Winnipeg. ."\Ir. and Mrs. Crnddock left on tlie same train for Toronto. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson will visit with members of their family in Winnipeg for a time after which they will go to Ontario where they >vill live on their old farm. Mr. Barbor will remain in Carmangay for a few days. Mr. McMillan the new proprietor of the Chevrolet garage, arrived in town from Lethbrldge this week and has taken over the business lately carried on by P. A. Hodge. The brick work on the new hall is completed and tho carpenters expect to finLsh the building In two or three weeks. T.ag Day for Next of Kin The Next of Kin association will hold u tag day on Dominion Day. half of the proceeds to go to their funds, and half to the Sailors' fund. BRING US YOUR FILMS We .will develop and print them, geltlrig tkc most out of each exposure. ;'' THE RED CROSS DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jacksan & Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock Buildina Tenders for Dining Hall The exhibition management is vertising today for tenders for operation of tho dining hall at exhibition during the Stampede. A Small Amount Spent on Varnish Stain will add greatly to tho iippcnranco of ftirnlturo and woodwork of every kind. We have a full line of colors in Jap-A-Lac, Stephens and Canada Pnint Compnny brands, also special grndos put up by these well-known manufacturers for floors and 'Work where hard usage is called tor, ENAMELS IN ALL SHADES AND COLORS Automobile paint in nil ahudoa from tho best known maUera. Floor and Automobile Wax (Ordinary and LiauhH. Johnstons' Old English. Canada Paint C^Jompnny and Stephens, also furniture and automobile polishes. Varnishes and ready-mixed paints. In our new store wo are opening a special paint department and are showing the largest and most complete variety to be found west of Winnipeg. Our prices, t|uality considered will cohipara favorably with tho largest cntulogno houses. Wo want your business and sooner or later we will have It. Consumers Hardware Co. Bad Fire at Nemiscam .-\ report was received at tho general offices of tho C. P. U. hero today that another fire at Xomlscam last ad-1 night hurijed tho Philips and Howen the .general store, the post office and a the I hardware store. The Herald has been endeavoring to get in toucl. with Nemiscam by long dista! CO telephone but up till a late hour this afternoon withoift success. This is the second To Corrje Here N. Dunn, Nelson high school boy, left on Saturdav morning to work near, Lothbridge under the soldiers of the I suspicion is eutertaiued that a tire-soil movement.-Daily Kows, Nelson.] hug is al work. . particularly fine appearance Ihoso days, once mc:e boasts its Union Jack. This year however Supl, Mitchell has tried a new scheme suggested by the Pittsburg parks department, lie used tho usual red foliage plants for tho red portion of tho flag, but instead of thn white and blue flowered plants .he is using crushed rock. The rock is stained blue with blueslono for tho blue pari of the tire al Nemlscntn within a week, and I flag. Altoscther the effect Is very striking. Tho fae^ that there is no green mixed with the flag makes it more pleasing to tho eye. 1 in U. S. ArjTiy e, the well known Swi( Exams Conclude The departmental exams which I ' 0. D. Spence. have been under way tor the past i fanaaian traveller, leaves Frida.v for two weeks will conclude today, wheu'^" "" "' '" '' the High school will be closed for the term. -The Public schools close on Friday. JUDGMENT RENDERED. OtUwa, June 2H.-Judgment has been rendered in the Supreme Court of Canada in the following cases: .\nderson vs. C.N.R., appeal dismissed with costs. , O.T.P. Steamship Compiyiy vs. Vic and Van Stevedoring Company, appeal dismissed with costs. Days (Not knighfs) Of the Bath . SPONGES " LOOFAHS WASH CLOTHS BATH TOWELS BATH M1TT3 BATH MATS BATH SPRAYS BATH BRUSHES RUBBER SPONGES ^ (All sizes) BATHING CAPS (Plain and Fu.isy Ones) WATER WINGS^ Andjiiil Bath Accessories. J. D. Hi^inbotham & Co --- Limited -- "Arjerti's Pioneer Oruaoliti* Wholesale and Retail Chamlttb TELEPHONE No. 322 ilinneapolis to enlist in the V. S. army for service overseas. Mr. Spence having travelled out ct Lethbrldge since Unit August in tho interests of the Swift Canadian Co. has Exemption Appeals gained many friends, all of whom Allowed till Nov. 1st: M. J. Kin- regret very mudi to see him leave, ney. Bow Island: R.*F. Bealtie. C.ras-jand in fact will look forward to the sy Lake. Disallowed: A. W. Linton,!yvhen his smiling face'will be Foremost, Clarence McLean, Loth-! *'ccn again riding aroimd .in Swift bridge. Serious Charge A report received by the Ihoad-fiuarters of "D" division of the A, P. P. hero tells of the preliminary hearing of Walter Murray at Card-slon, charged with rape. He was committed for trial. Canadian Co. Ltd. No. 477 For Red Cross The hnn. treasurer of tlio Red Cross Society acknowledges with thanks the following donations: Vera .M. Johnston $25; Milk River lied Cross Society, per Mrs. K. B. Smith, hon. secretary. .?150; iiroceeds of tea at Warner, per iMrs. J. H. Gordon, S12; per IMrs. B. S. Pawson, Coaldale, Miss Jessie Ross $1, P. Lund and Son ?15, R. ,T. Gould ?2. .Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Pawson ?2a; John Davidson, Service at Diamond City Chas. Baker will hold religious sor^ vice in the Di'.r.nond City church Sun- ' day afternoon next; Children's service al 3 i).m. and the regular preaching service at 3.30. Owing to tho scarcity of men for summer fields on account of the war Miss liUIol, a graduate of Acadia university, who is teaching in the Tiiher consolidated school, has volunteered lo spend her vacation, at Diamond to hold Sunday school and to give whatever a-sslst-ance she may be able. It soonis but good patriotism at least that Miss lilliot's service should ho met with as good a response as is posslblee. All are urged to attend the service Sunday and to meet Miss Kllidt. A special Invitation is accorded to niothoni. Avalanche of Returns Capt. Porter, cliief registrar, and his assistant, Jlrs. Skelton.' are buried under an avalanche of registration returns at their office in the Y.' Victory loan com.. $iiO; prbceeds of .M. C. A. So far they have been nn-1 raffle at Spring Coulee, per Mrs. A. able to do anv tabulating, hiit by Green.wood, $20; New Dayton Red Saturdav they hope lo be able to. Cross society $100; employees Gait give a close estimate of the results in I Klines for May $8; Chas, Peacock .fo. the city. Flowers in Flag Designs Gait Gardens, which is presenting a Receive Instructions Dr. Conyheare and V.'. Symnnds rc-I turned last night from Calgary carry-inii: instructions under ^vhich they I win act when reviewing the oxemp-ticn cases which will come before them commencing next Tuesday. It is understood they will deal with all cases in the soulhorn part of the province. Women, the war veterans and the .�\llies are to liavo a day set aside tor them at the Canadian National Exhibition this year. ANNOUNCESIBNTS "The St. Jlary's G. A. are holding an Ice cream social at the home of Mrs. Scott, 128 19th Street North, commencing at S p.m. today. 168-1 Claude Hughes, L.A.B.. will hold a pupils' recital In Wesley hall this evening, June 2Glh, at 8 o'clock. 16B1 DESIGNED FOR YOU HAIR CUTS WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal "The Sanitary Shop" Mr. H. McG. Young Will hold recitals tor his pupils on Thursday evening. Juue 27lh in the V, .M. C. A. auditorium, private recital at 8.15; public recital at nine. Any on& who wishes may attend tho latter free of any charge. 104-3 TANKS WE. MAKE THE BEST IN THE COUNTRY The SASH & DOOR FACTORY . Phone 663 THIS WAY FOR GOOD MEALS Best wnUle Cooks In the dtv and All A\niite Help. TheSiiverGrill Cor, 4th Ave. & Sth St. Death of Raymond Lady There died in the city yesterday, June 2r], Tilda Johnson of Raymond, aged 45 years and ' 11 months, beloved wife of I. M. .^ihnson. The remains were sliipped from Fetter-ly's undertaking parlorr on tho train this attornoon lor interment at Raymond. Airs. Johnson was quite well known in Raymond and loaves a family of five children to mourn her loss. FEW CARS FINEST TIMOTHY HAY FOR SALE PROMPT SHIPMENT WE CAN SUPPLY No. 1 Turkestan Alfalfa Seed FROM STOCK F. 0. HYDE & Co. , Phone 1244 Lethbrldge EXTRA CHOICE FRESH KILLED MUTTON AND VEAL FOR THE WEEK END R. Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market Tho Oldest Established Meat Market in" tho *City. . �y ACCLAMATION. Kontville. N.S., June 2G.-Hon. H. If. Wickwire, recently appointed minister of highways in the Nova Scotia government, a new portfolio, was today elected by acclamation here. This was nomination day for the bye-election ne>;essitoted in Ivlngs County i)y Hon. Mr. Wlclvwire's appointment. No contestant was named. FOR SALE CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY. UPLAND, ALFAL' FA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRA^. CAREFUL ATTENTION JO /ALL ORDERS. PROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US FOHx PRICES. ^ Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South Telephona 732 w Rev. .1./ J. Ross li.iB reBlgJWd I'rfni the paBtiirafO of James St'F Baptise Church, Ilainllton. U) take up work as puHlor of thd' j^oud Ua^Uvt Church, Chicago, 4^  To Farmers For Your Help Phone 1412 I Wo have niado our usual ar-'rangemonts for farm help this spring and can take . care of your orders promptly and aatia* factorily. J. HARRIS & CO. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS The Twentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BOOK SHOP" DROP IN 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 the National Portable Typewriter OUCCESSOR TO THE PEN Two colm'Od ribbon, buck spacer, tabulator, weight 13 lbs.. Including case tor carrying. Price $58.50 EVERALL & FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTERS FOURTH,AVE. AND FIFTH ST. 8. PHONE 1107 8530 ;