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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CINTKAL CCMFORTASLS LETHRRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Bait $1.25  Day Hot.l in Alberta Pride of Alberta and Mother's Favorite Every Sack Contains The Reason Why-- it's BETTER Taylor-Made BUG-O-CIDE THE POTATO GROWER'S FRIEND A pur* scientific blend of Pari* Green and other arsenical insecticide*. Specially suitable for the destruction of the potato bug. Used the same as Paris Green. Price 85c per pound. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phene 14*7 Druggists and 8tatloners Next Dallas Hotel Some of our Saturday Specials RCD RASPBERRIES. These are now getting toward* the end for thi* season. Per basket.. 15c Per crate :..,'...... ...................$3.80 KENORA BLUEBERRIES. Now in splendid condition. Par lb'. �____.................. 25c Par 15 lb. basket .... ................. $3.25 BLACK CURRANTS. Just a few coming In. Two baskets for ....'..'.'...................... 35c GOOSEBERRIES. Just a few coming in. Per basket................................... 15c CALIFORNIA PEACHES. In fine condition for slicing. Per basket ..-. ................65c CALIFORNIA PLUMS. Blue or red. Per basket 85c APPLES. Good cookers. Put up In half boxes. Special, per half box.................... $M5 NEW POTATOES. Per lb....................Be CELERY. Finest B. C. All nicely trimmed. 2 lbs. for.......................:.............. 2�o MOLASSE8 SNAPS. P*r lb.................20c CHEESE. Finest Ontario make. Per lb......30c GOOD COOKING BUTTER. Per lb...........30c COLD MEATS VEAL LOAF, per lb........................ 30c CORNED BEEF, per lb.....................45c SOILED HAM, osr lb...................... 50c ROAST PORK & DRESSING. Per lb........55c THE GOOD CO. High ClMs Grocers Phone 525 Make the MOST of the High Prices by coosiga-iog Your Grain to SMITH-MURPHY & GO. Tou will realize erery cent In It for you, and cat your return* promptly. WRITE OR PHONE Office Phono 1313 Residence Phono 14*4 N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. STRONG & DOWLER GRAIN anal Coanmission Merchant* Calta|T~'dnt�nUiv-Lssbbrldf* Oer entire organisation la at *W ssrrtee and with our erper-lance we ou eafelr cuaraatee to cat yea ths best pries* fat yew grain at any Urn* and far any grade er kind of grata- Phone at Wat Calgary I Per Offloe 1MB Lsthbrldg* J Queta-1S11 Lethbrldge) tlea*. Our Agenu who are la yeur dlaVlet. J. A. SUMMING LeHibrtdge Manager BAALIM GETS THE SHELL CORNER Second Party Claims Sale Was Made to Him and May Fight For It Some time ago the announcement was made that the Haallm Motor Co. had purchased through the C..B. Bowman Agency, the Stovell property opposite the post office. Since then an effort has been made by other parties to secure the property from the Stovell estate, but during- the week .Mr. Baalim became the registered owner of the property and is now living in the Green Gables house. There has been quite a lot of local interest over the race for the possession of the property, and the second purchaser, said to be Walter Ross, is understood to be ready to make a fight for it, claiming that it was sold to him in I good faith and should have been delivered. It will possibly be a case for the .courts to decide yet. on the exchange /Very quickly so far as actual business is concerned on account of the southern markets being closed and owing to the fact that Monday is a holiday here. The future option for wheat and flax in which \ there was little done were rather eas-1 ier but trading was done around yea- J terday's prices. October and Decern- j ber oats were strong and fractionally j higher during the session. General-; ly the demand for wheat and oats is ; still good.? The demand for "tough ! oats howeyer has slackened up. The i situation (generally speaking denotes j strength. / The outstanding feature of j the week [was the advance of October I flax from' 3.15 to 3.32 and of Decern- j ber from,, 3.09 to 3.25, a rise of 17 j cents and 15 cents respectively. The < price of Joats for future delivery has ; remalfled fairly steady during the j week, thje fluctuations being only i fractional. October wheat is 4 to 5 j cents lolver than^4t-tVH8 this Tray a j week agjo. Winnipeg cash wheat No. 1 Northern closed at the fixed maximum of $2.40 unchanged. Some of the lower grades were from 1 to one-half higher than yesterday's prices at the qose. October wheat closed 2 cents lofwer at 2.25. October oats closed He down at 69%. December closed down at C5*4. October flax closed cL37, November at 13.33 and December X3.30, an advance of 5 cents all round. � Future*. Winnipeg wheat- i Close. October ;.......----- ...... 225 Oats -i -October i................. 69% Decembers 65^2 Flax-October .\............... 337 November \................. 333 December \............... 330 Minneapolis- September \..... .......... 237 Chicago -r September . 1.......... ..... 230 - New -BarberShop NOW OPEX To Old Friends and New. WESTBROOK BROS Formerly Barber* with W. A. Ott Sixth Street South, Opposite Bank ef Montreal.  AMPLE LAW TO CURB I. W. W. Portland, Ore., August 4.- United States Attorney Clarence L. Heames, Attorney General George W. Brown for Oregon and District Attorney Walter Evans for Multnomah county held a conference here today and decided on a co-operative program of action in the possible contingency of disturbances which may be' caused by the I. W. W. It was declared that ample law exists for the prosecution of those fomenting untoward disorders and that laws will be prosecuted immediately and vigorously. LOCAL MARKETS Grain & livestock Prkts \ Waflor- Prices \ Wheat ____1220 * ? ?  .� 4 4 � < 4 < * * * UNCLE SAM'S TROOPS MAY PARADE LONDON. London, Aug. 4.-The Times states that the suggestion of a parade of United States troops through London is under consideration by the war office, but that no decision has yet beeu reached. Track Prices Wheat .....220 Oats......60% \oSts ... .t.'61VS Flax......- Vlax ... ...295 Barley .....- flbrley .....105 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, V&cfi choice cows. Select hogs, 150 to 250,.lbs:, 13%q. Choice killing wethers, sheared 10c. Choice killing ewes, sheared, 9c Tarring and feathering' was once a legal punishment for theft. It is to be found in the statutes of both England and France about the time of tne Crusades. V Plumbing, Gas,Steam and Mot Water Fitting x PRESSURE SYSTEMS FOR FARM, HOMES Knapman Plumbing & Heating Co. 710 FIFTH AVE. 8. PHONE 1892 Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. 8. and 13th Street. MINING, BUILDING & RAILWAY SUPPLIES 4 EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOW8 SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH BUGGIES MENT8. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINDER ENGINEC PHONE .1726-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR TELL THE TIME BY STAR-LAND'8 NEW KINETO CLOCK. We Do Tin and Sheet Metal Work of every description here from putting a new roof'oh a house to making new connections for the furnace in the cellar. We do repairing, too, ' of course. So if you have anything that needs mending bring It here.. If any part of the metal work of your Kotise needs attention havo' us come and take care of it. THE DIXON SHEET METAL CO. Rear Stafford Block. Lethbrldoe, AJta. , USE Bog-D-Cide (The Potato Grower's Friend) IN PLACE OF PARIS GREEN A pure scientific blend of Pari* Green and other arsenical Insecticides, specially suitable for the destruction of the potato bun-'Paris Green is impossible to get but we have secured a small quantity of Bug-o-Clue., which is used in many places n preference to Paris Green. WHILE IT LASTS Per pound S5c Tke Red Crbs* Drif & B�ok C^/liaiteil PHONE 8I*V,.- ARE SIGNED UP Very satisfactory arrangements were made yesterday between the committee ot the consolidated stampede and the A. C. Boucher shows. Mr. Boffcher himself was in the city, and made all the arrangements for the concessions with O. F. Ursenbach ot the stampede committee. The shows are all clean, there being 17 concessions in all. One ot the features is a monster forris wheel, said to he the largest ever soon In Lethbrldge. There are no gambling devices with the. Boucher shows which will arrive oh the morning of August 13th. The military officials now putting the buildings at the fair grounds in shape are working hard to give the stampede committee a chance. They are cleaning up the poultry building which will be put in shape for a rest room for women and children. The floors of the big main building are being planed to make them inviting to dancers and the Rnynioud and Lethbrldge bands are being engaged to provide continuous music for' the dancing in the evening*. Let Us heat Your House with Hot Water It's much better than stoves, much cleaner, much cheaper. Let us do it now, too. Tho tfmo to prepare for cold weather is beforo ft comes. By having us do the work now you will not be caught heatless when Juck Frost arrives. Walker & Holberton PLUMBING. HEATING AND GA8FITTING Phone 521 516 4th Ave. S. THE POTATO GROWER'S FRIEND We are in receipt of one hundred pounds of Bug-o-Cide (a blend of Paris Green with other arsenical preparations especially active in the destruction of the Potato Bug) and ae this la the1 last grain of any similar poison procurable in the West we would advise intending user* to purchase without any delay. SOLD IN SMALL LOTS ONLY 85c J. D. Higiobothan & Co -- Limit**! - 'Albert*'* Pioneer OnugUt*,*- the %fltt Mom I Wholesale and -staM chemlaie TELEPHONE NO; St� / PIKE GRAIN CO. , OPENS UP HERE Mr. R. A,. Pike, formerly, manager for Messrs. IJaird & Botterell at Calgary, is now general manager of a newly formed company known as tho Pike Grain; Company, Limited. This company lias offices at Calgary and Lethbrldge and will carry on a cash gralu, hay, milling and elevator business throughout Alberta and Western Canada. They have taken over the offices in the Union Bank building here, previously occupied by Messrs. Baird and Botterell. Mr. A. E. Reesor, formerly local manager for Baird and Botterell, has been appointed local manager of the new company. Mr. Reeior is a practical miller and grain man of about twenty years' experience and is well known throughout Canada to the milling and grain business. Mr. Pike has been some eight years in Alberta and is well known to the grain trade. The company is strongly financed by local men and has prospects ,bf a very bright future. THE STANDARD BANK OF CANADA HEAD OmCE - TORONTO SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES are now installed at this Branch for the custody of valuable papers, etc., affordiug safety and privacy. Further information supplied by the ^nager1. 223 LETHBRIDGE BRANCH G. F. BLETCHER, Manager. t 2ss, 13th Street N. COALHURST BRANCH | D. A. CURRIE. AccounLi.l-m-Ch.iree. S*T'D 1*73 CITY AND DISTRICT Special Service A special intercession service will b'j held at St. Cyprian's tomorrow evening, with a special address on Canada's part in the war. SIXTEEN MEN SAVED / FROM BURNING SHIP Trades Council Meeting The regular meeting of the Loth-bridge Trades and Labor Council will I be held in the Labor hall on Monday next, August 6th, at 8 p.m. Office {Stationery UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS, F. & E. CHECK WRITER, CHICAGO PENCIL SHARPENER, OrfrlCE FURNITURE, TYPEWRITERS OVERHAULED, CLEANED AND REPAIRED. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE Everall ! & Franks Sinnott Block. Corner 4th Ave. and Sth St. V ' ' - t -_-,-,------J-------- v. r 1 "...Honolulu, Aug. -I.-After ten days spent in opon boats thsr captath and 16 men of the barqtyrf P. P. Rithet, landed, yesterday on'' the island ot Kauai, repojliag-'that their vessel had been destroyed by fire 17 days out ot Honolulu for San Francisco. The ship was 000 mile* frpm any port v/hen the crew after a' fruitless attempt to save her were forced to take to the boats. ANNOUNCEMENTS A dance will be held In the K. of P. hall tonight. Kverybpdy welcome. A good time assured. Gents 75c,' ladies free. Mike Cardmon, shoemaker, 212 13th St. S, has returned from a holiday trip, and his shop will be open now *b usual from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. t 199-1 CATTLE I have for sale one car load of young cows with ca4ye� �t foot, also one registered Durham Bull. The price on these cattle is right. . .. . 410 Fifth Ave. S. Phone 1653 Police Court In the city police court this morning,'.Alex. Krupski appeared before Magistrate Elton, charged .with having whiskey in his unlawful possession. He wax fined ?10 and costs and worse still, his whiskey confiscated. Chariton Catell also appeared charged with driving his car without lights. Ho explained that the lighting system was out of order and to his knowledge the lights were lit. A fine of %'A and coats was imposed. CHALLENGE HUN GOVT. TO PROSECUTE DR. COHN Amsterdam, Aug. 3.--The Deutsches Tages Zcitung challenges tho German government to prosecute Dr, Conn, Socialist member of tho Reichstag, for his alleged revelations regarding the crown council held at Potsdam, July G, 1914. The newspaper says it is known the revelations published in tho London Times came from Stockholm direct and from the German independent Socialists and it offers to give the fullest evldenco in case the government desires to court-martial Deputy Colin. Tho Loudon Times assorts that a conference was held in the presence of Kmperor William at ^Potsdam July 5, 191G, and military personage in Germany and Austria-Hungarians took part when a plan was proposed to close the wui\ Wo'Ka Bureau'of 3or-tin, on* August 1, Bald it had been officially authorized to declare that tho statement was a pure invention. Thn news agency, said tho Times, had sup-Imported Its allegation on statements made by Deputy Cohh in tho m�in committee of the relclistag. Those statements, It was added, were rofut-cd in committee by tho German government as incorrect. 501 Dozen Pocket Knives Highc4 Quality-Kheflleld ^lamii'actiirc. 2 Doze^i Razors 2 Dozen Pairs Shears and Scissors 2 Dozen ^airs Hair Clippers, ALL AT SPECIAL PRICES mm ThiK lot will be picked up ilia huiTy -Better look them over. Consumers' Hardware Co. 120 FIFTH 3T. S. PHONE 121? LETHBRIDGE 801?6599 ;