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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 27, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta NOnDHEIMER PIANOS RDISON PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO.. LTD. "Everything Musical" 315 6lh Street South , Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD � j HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM 6,00 A.M. TO 8.0U P.H. WOMEN -it is to your interest to pot your iiuiats from lioUiny> .Moat I'o. Evfrythlns Koes direct from the farm to your talilu. elanys .{mim Opposlto Dallas Hotel EXTRA CHARGE for DELIVERING PROVES a MONEY SAVER Looks (iiK'cr yet It is tin iiiKloiiiiibIc fiiot iievprlhelcss. Do not takn our word for it. Ask those who hnvo tried it. 'l'!\a( is proof sure enough. We will i;lv(> veu the lumies of many who will Kindly X'^'fy ""i" sliilouioiit. The TREMENDOUS REDUCTIONS we inn.' imiile in priceH liy cUriillialliip Imd ilubls, eol-l.riiu or more pens for you to choose from. THE KENNY & NEXT DALLAS HOTEL ALLIN CO., Ltd. \ Store PHONE 1487 Send your "read" magazines and periodicals to The Herald for the soldier boys invniidodi at the Frank Sanitorium. 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. Amateur Finishing MARKETS Winnipeg. .June 27.-In the cash market today there was little or no I change in the co.irse grain situation. � Oitorings of oats, barioy and flax continue, to be ou a very light volume ; while the demand is indifferent. ______ j Oats closed higher for July and " !�'>s higher for October, any man's work on the farm, for j y\ax closed 1 higher tor .luly and there are certain occupations that. . 7^ higher for October, on account of the rauscuiar strength; WINNIPEG MARKETS. *** : : r-.'S : :� :� ' That .girls are making good in .some lines of farm work is shown by .tlie fact that from Grey County. Ontario, there has come a request for girls to take a .-ompleie charge of a threshing outfit. The farmer who sent in tlie request says that the girls he employs can handle every other kind of machinery so successfully that he feels sure they lould also handle a threshing machine. What are the women of the west, the greatest harvest fields of America going to do in this connection? While not in sympathy with the ex-treniists.-who state that girls can do 1 retpiired for theni might result in ( oata- I girls injuring themselves, yet there i ; certainly are many ways in which j October : tliey could be of assistance. They, Flax_� bought to be able to do many of thelj,,,^'' chores to relieve the men for the i October harder work and there is surely no reason why any girl can't run a hay-j rake and in most cases a mower. That girls can easily handle a rake ' is quiie clear for in the vicinity of j Lethbrirtge they have been noticed I doing it. There are many kinds of work about a farm not any harder CITY AND DISTRICT Funeral Ja�. Laity The funeral of the lalo JaniCfv Laity will be held tomorrow afternoon to the .\nglican cemetery. Just Arrived ONE CARLOAD Barbed Wire 2 point 4 $6.40 6.60 freight Men Here. ,Iohn Hals.eail. district freight agent, and J. Dougall. agricultural agent, of the f.H.R. were visitors in (he city yetitcrday. Ploughing Contract. ,1. W. Woolf has secured the contract for ploughing the fire guards on this division of the C.P.IL. ami has started work. Consumers Hardware Co. Phone 1212 Exemption Appeals. Allowed till Nov. 1: Stanley Moore, I.oinond: J. �. .Marshall. Vi.lcan. Disallowed; .\. T. I'urcell, Travers; C. H. Butler. Lethbridge. I than washing overalls and as woman j pppj OatB-\o. 1; C.W...Sn';i Kxtra feed ....... No. 1 Feed 79 Harlev- No. C.W. 117 Kejected ........ Open ...............S� ................ - u ..............o7o'," ......!!.!!!!!s5o'" CASH PRICES. Clos. I No. 3 C.W...S2\, ..............S2%.s -No. Z Feed. 7trv has proved her ability in the latter, why not in the former? Flax- , .Vo. 1 X.W.C..................,177 , It is nearly time that the question | Xo. 2 C.W. No. Z C.W. o-l'J No. 4 C.W. 112 .............100 .............107'i THIS WAY FOR GOOD MEALS Best White Cooks in the eitv and All White Help. TheeiiverGrill Cor. 4th Ave. 4 5th St. j was being seriously considered. But | i it stiould be taken up in a sane fash-: i ion and not with, any slap-dash nieth-j I od of trying everyihing and failing! j at half. In many case.s it would ! seem wise as long as there are men ' capable of doing rfie farm-work that the women should try to replace them and relieve the men for the heavier occupations- of the fields. We are not yet in the position of Knglan'l. where the scarcity ot men has resulted in il being necessary for the women to harvest the crops. There are men in the country yet hut they wotild have to be relieved ; from their present occupations to do j so. This does not. mean that the i women should thus shirk responsibil-' ity; it only acceniuaie.s the necessity for them putting a shoulder, to besl rl to i look around and see where she can ' heat serve her country intelligently. � If she was brought up on a farm it I would seem that she could best give ! her service there and to good ad-j vantage; if her ability is in the husi-i ness line it would seem more sen-' siblo that she should relieve some j man who has not yet forgotten his I former days on "the old homestead." ! Ill W'alkerville district there are 1 twelve girls on a mixed farm, nine i having attended the daas for mixed farm work given at the Agricultural College in Guelpb. These girls are I doing work such as milking, etc. BRING US YOUR FILMS We .will develop and print them, getting the most out of each exposure. ^ THE RED CROSS DRUG . & BOOK CO., LTD. Successors to Jackson 4. Co. Telephones 555 and 1232 Sherlock BuHdlng North Lethbridge Gospel Hall, ^ Subject for toiiiglit; "The Lord's Coming and the Hapture of the ! Church." Questione invited. Everybody welcome. i the wheel and ^erving where j they can. It is up to each gir Metal Work To Order . Cornices in tin or galvanized iron; caves, gulteri skylights, roofs, ceilings, walla, floors. "We'd build you anythtnf in tin or sheet metal from a tin horn to a oonugaled iron warehouse. Ask for our est-imate on that, next job. Our work niHiids the * lest of time. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. P.EAR STAFFORD BLOCK__^LETHBRIOCC. ALBERTA AS ICfiilCA ARSON DEVICE! pitt.sburg. \lune 27.-A high power ! airgun and mechanical arson device! designed to destroy buildings without 1 leaving a trace wore found by depart-; ment of justice agents today in the effects of Fernando Roberto Ediiardo ' LudleicUe. German alien army, ar-: rested last night on (rharges ot fulUue ' to register.  Ludleicke., who speaks i five languages, told officers he � was born in Germany, and formerly was a German army officer. He was un-| able to explain how the gun and ar-i son machine happened to he in hi-s i jrossession and was placed In the j county jail, until his record is Invesii-j gated by Federal agents. \ ANNOUNCEMENTS .\lr. H. .McG. "V'oung will hold a recital for his pupils this evening. ,7une 27lh in the V. M. C. A. auditorium. Private recital at 3.15; public recital at nine. .Vny one who wishes may attend the latter' free of any charge. 1�7-1 J. I). Uiginbotham & Co.. have placed on sale a very convenient and handsome leather po-cket wallet designed for carrying registration certi- 187-1 fleales. Superior Supply Co. MINING, BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS SECOND AVENUE AND THIRTEENTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE ^ ? ? : : : : : ? : >�> ? ON SERIOUS CHARGE ? : I .Vew York. June 27.- Mrs. ?! : William C. Storey, president ot > : the national emergency relief : i ? Bocioty, was arrBlgnod In gen- : j : eral sessions court today un- > | : der inJlctraeiU and held . in up for hearing until after the ? ; war. ? : > >>� miles al one sirefcli yesterday. He will ride Ihom at the stam-piyle liimaelf. caiused by a child leaving an eleclric iron connected until it became red hot. No Trouble Here. ~" .No trouble has developed in the local shops of the C.P.K. as a ri'sult of the strike In Winnipeg and .Moose .law. It Is hardly thought the mechanics of the Alboria division will be called out, though should an order for strike he isauiKl at Winnipeg it is likely that the Alberta members of the union woiiid follow suit. -V vote on the ijiio.Htion would have to be taken after the order was received. Red Cr95S. The Hon. Treas. Red Cross society acknowledges with thanks donation of %'\ from the Red Cross society at \yarner, being proceeds of meals served on registration day, by the ladies of the society. ^ Pasted Through City, Grant Hall, vice president in charge ot the C.P.R. western lines, passed through the city last night, coming via the Crow to Calgary. He was accompanied on his trip over this division by General Supt. Cameron and Supt. .MacKlntosh. Auto Forms. Blank forma for automobile iiiK to Glacier I'nrk can be obt from l!ie socrotafy of the Auto I'arties desirous of vl.iiling G I'ark. etc.. are advised to get forms hefurohand and by having filled up to save undue delay at Lakes, where they have to be .scnted am! signed. tour-ained club, lacier these them Twin pre- A.O.F. Memorial Service. �Plio two courts of the Ancient Order of Korestera. (Court Star ' and Court I'nity) are holding a memorial service in St. .Mary's church on Sunday evening next. The two courts will meet al the Oddfellows' Hall at (i:HO and parade to the ('hurch. The Rev. A. E. Snow will preach appr'o-priato to the occasion, and the honor roll of the two orders will be read from tlie pulpit. Tlie relatives of the nieni-bers and members overseas arc also asked to he prose\iI at the service. A New York syndicate has just ac-(luireil ten thousand acres of farm land in the vicinity ot .Medicine Hat at a cost of ?200,OOU. Ton steam tractors arc to be iilaced on the land immediately and a large portion will be put under crop In the flpring. The pro-jicrty will be sold In half section iinlt.:eep the motor pump working coiitln-' uously. The house V as a two-storey affair. It la believed the blaze was Pictures of Home Folks Curry warmth and comfort to the heart ot a soldier. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY. i Smith's Studio 906 Third Ave. S. Phone 1471 Stealing Wheat. In district court this morning Gott-lelb Gtttyahr appeared for election on a charge ot stealing wheat at Empress. He is being held in the jail here pending his trial at .Medicine Hat. He failed to elect today, having no counsel, and will appear at a later date to do ho. A Collision, In a collision betjveen Dr. Connor's car and a motorcycle ridden by Lester Hedenstrom and Wni. Ch-ane n'ear Kljip this, afternoon, llendenstrom and Crane Mvcro badly shaken up. llendenstrom was taken to the hospital, and while it was thought his InjurioK were not serious definite assurance to that effect could not bo given. DESIGNED FOR YQU HAIR CUTS WESTBROOK BROS. Opposite Bank of Montreal "The Sanitary Shop" ^ FEW CARS FINEST TIMOTHY HAY FOR SALE PROMPT SHIPMENT WE CAN SUPPLY No. 1 Turkestan Alfalfa Seed FROM STOCK F. 0. HYDE & Co. Lethbridge Phone 1244 TANKS WE MAKE THE BEST IN THE COUNTRY The SASH & DOOR FACTORY Phone 663 GENERAL STRIKE Madrid. June 27.--.Men employed at the X'onnaroy.t mines, the most Important in Spain, have announced that a jjeneral strike will be called soon. The government's efforts to avert the strike have failed. The Right Itev. Pielrp (11 Maria, recently appointed by the holy sen as apoiu'ollc delegate to Canada and .Newfoundland to .succeoU .Moiislgnor Pellegrlno Vagal, has been created titular archbishop of IConium'. The death occurred at Port Bruce of Mrs. Addle Young, wife of Jpeorgo Young, of that place. Mrs. fl'oung, who hlld been a native of itil plucdij for a good numy yeac^^ wus''*f uallve of Houghton lowiiship. To Farmers For Your Help Phone 1412 ' . We have made our usual ar-i..nBemoDt8 for farm help this Bpring anil can take care 0! your orders promptly and satis-lactorlly. J. HARRIS & CO. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS � EXTRA CHO{CE FRESH KILLED MUTTON AND VEAL FOR THE WEEK END R. Coultry Phone 492 The Alberta Meat Market PHONE 733 FOR THE O. K. REPAIR SHOP Shoes and Small Machinery. 817 Third Ave. H A V FOR SALE CARLOADS OR LESS TIMOTHY, UPLAND. ALFALFA, MIXED TIMOTHY AND ALFALFA AND STRAW.- CAREFUL ATTENTION JO ALL ORDERS. FROMPT SHIPMENT WRITE OR WIRE US ?Oft PRICES. Saunders Hay & Grain Co. 1221 2nd Avenue South Telephone 712 The Twentieth Century Book Store "EVERYBODY'S BO9K SHOP" DROP IN 514 FOURTH AVENUE PHONE 613 The National Portage Typewriter SUCCESSOR TO THE PEN Two colored ribbon, back' spacer, tabulator, weight 12 lbs,, Includ- ing case for carrying. Price $58.50 EVER ALL & FRANKS OFFICE OUTFITTEf^S FOURTH AVE. AND FIFTH ST, S. PHONE 1107 ( ;