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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 17, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta \ HOTEL DALLAS TELEPHONE K.12 CENTRAL CCMrcm .-'.tK-E LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta li'.b.iil lav The Secret of the Happy Home A Few Saturday Specials CL'jr.r.CRaiEG-Exir.-. :.j}cc!al: shipment r.O'LED MAM-Per pound .................50c it!.st in. Cct tiv !.- now for preserving. Price CORNED REEF-Per pound ............ 45c will be l.lflhsr If you wait: 15 lb baskets. .$2.13 L LOAF_Pcr md ......'............30c APT.ICOTS-�� !:-.V,:et crates: price crate.. .S2.C0 LOGANBERRIES ;;c:l DLACKDERRl C3-We hnd CALIFORNIA PEACHES-Per basket .......65c one shipment in and expect to have them re- GAR i LETT PEARS-Per basket ............65c rjulai-ly now. Lcwcst market prices. CALIFORNIA PLUMS-Per basket ..........85c ORANGE", extra special; small sire but good WASHINGTON PEACH PLUMS-Basket ____65c quality and flavor: per rlo.rju ..........20; NEW POTATOES-Per pound ...............5c COCKED MEATS A full line of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables; all ROAST FORK-P-:r pound .................55c reasonably priced. THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers \ Phone 525 ' Ottawa, A up. IT.-A bulletin issue''. � last night from the. controller's a*!'-1 contained this dictum: > ['Friday l is the first d r - beef a ail bacon ' � j hutols and of'-. -I nndor ! foci' ...vc been provided in ns for all paper ami other KODAKS Picture?, of the Stampede that, print by print, wil veritable history of it, arc easy to make with an EA5~ t-.nd then, too, there is a oiensi're in the making. We carry everything, frcm a No. 0 Brown'- THE KENNY & A! Phone 1487 Druggists �p*j .oito. are land as well ,oir patriotic duty.'' I MARKETS i .'- .iation is at -rlth our exper-/.ifely Kuarante* �; best prices for - nny time and f*r I Winnipeg, Aug. 17.-Conditions in I : cash trading were little changed from ! | yesterday. The demand for whout j | of all grades was unabated and prices i j made further advances. No. .'{ Nor. I sold at the maximum $2.40 and some of the other grades moved up. 1c I above previous close. Very little was j offered. Heavier offerings in oils I was offset, by marked lack of ,ie-|mand and prices sagged. Barley and j flax business remainert about v-.-i ajAK. Pictures of the Stampede Will be a pleasant and lasting record of 'this event. Wo have a full range of Kodaks and Hrownie Cameras and a full stock of fresh films and supplies*. Kodaks ........ $7.00 to $65.00 Brownies ...... $1.25 to $12.0C BRING US YOUR FILMS'TO BE FINISHED. Tke Red Cross Drag & Book Co., United I'MONS fei. Officers Here Major Daniels and ("apt. Hohhs, of Unit 1, .Military Hospitals Commission, are in the city today. Salesman Here .1. ,T. Smith, salesman for the Chinook Coal Co., in Saskatchewan and .Manitoba territory, is in the city visiting the head office. Failed to Report Carl Marok, an alien enemy, was fined and costs this morning in the city police court for failing to report. New Teacher Vivian Myrtio Peterson, graduate of tho Ogdcn Conservatory of .Music, is engaged to teach pianoforte and theory at tho LeUibridge Conservatory of .Music. She comes highly re-comended. , Government 0. Drowning. Officials F UM HE Lelhbridge got a breath of the salt of the sea today when four naval volunteers reached the city from Esquimau. They are Volunteers 11. Hardy aiyl Watson and Signaller Hardy of LeUibridge and Volunteer llyilen of Foremost. The hoys are in their naval uniforms and present quite a contrast from the cowboys in t,-"ir bright colors. Tho boys who left last sprin;: for training with tho \' f'.V.'i. FREDERICK GROSS DEAD Montreal, Aug. Hi.-Frederick W. Cross, of tlie Dominion Umbrella company, was found dead in his garage yesterday morning-. Death whs due to heart failure. He was 4G years old. $27J PER ACRE -.7 "P ie 1: LET'S ATTEND IN THE �� H AH an UAPTURED SOON i'MC down. May l%c | *>u" was up, No . . --, "ember "�, Harlev :.-. ..100 LIVESTOCK PKICES Ciiaice steers, 7V-c; choice cows, OVic. Si.lect hog-;, lau to 2fi0 lbs., luc. Choice killing wetliera. sheared 10c. Choice killing ewes, sheared, Oc. Of ics Stationery ^J?J:.RWOOD TYPEWRITERS, F. & E. CHECK WRITER, CHICAGO PENCIL SHARPENER, -^OFFICE FURNITURE, TYPEWRITERS OVERHAULED, CLEANED AND REPAIRED. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE Everall & Franks Sinnott Block, Corner 4th Ave. and 6th St, J. D. Higtnbotham c. -- Limited 'Albarts's Pianesr Dru(io,*t*>'' The Start Wholesale ar.-i -eV�H chemists TELEPHONE NO. SZ2 Usiiii: ozen WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. P110Mv7G2 2nd Ave. S. and 13th Street. MINING. BUILDING &. RAILWAY SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDERSON AMD EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOWS SULKIE3 FORD TRACTOR ATTACH- BUGGIES MF.NTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINDCR ENGIT1EC PHONE 1725-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR 1 Gutters and Leaders Should Be Looked After Properly If (hey leak or do not drain properly much dainago to. the. house, itself is more than likely to result. Have us go over your roof drainage equipment to see if it does not need replacing in whole, or in part. Don't wait until stoniiy weather sets in.- Have us do the work now before any damage has been done. THE DIXON SHEET METAL CO. Rear Stafford Block. ;^ Lethbridfje, Al^o. � -�a'.nwrMmjr*T*jMHBM-SS-S-SSSMJ Shampooing, Combines made u]>, Facial Massage, Electrolysis ETC., ETC., ETC. Phone 1710 Hull Block Room 1 _ { Victoria, B.C.. Aug. 17.-The prohibition measure was left In committee this afternoon and it Is possible that some fireworks may tie-I vclop. The wets and the. lieulenaut-! governor are said to have pressed the j premier to carry out I he promise ; made by the former government, to � appoint a com mission on conipensa-j Hon. This proposal, In iwevcr, is an j anathema to the drys, some ot whose i leaders have said that they would , sooner abandon I lie prohibition nica-; sure entirely than have compensation 1 tied to lis tall. It. is understood that ! the premier has consulted the leader : of the opposition who has given groat : support to the proposal to appoint a commission on compensation. Stories are in circulation that tho lieutenant- \ womnfiUfcM; FARM LANDS Of the Hudson's liny Company and Calgary and Edmonton Lan1 Co. FOR SALE The il. Macbeth Agency governor will withhold ills signature to the bill if the previous guarantee for consideration of compensation is not given effect to. In tho house yesterday Conservatives did not oppose the first and second readings of the bill. POLICE RAID HEADQUARTERS^ Belfast, Ac.:;, in.-Police today raid-fid headqur.rler:; here of the- Irieh Na-i tional Volunteers a'nd the branches of j that organization at various places |n North Ulster. A quunllty of rifles wua seized. At tho stampede yostorday Die best two races of the day were run off in the evening. The wild horse race, which is always one of tho best stampede features, waH won by V. Caldwell, Clui Gallne, coming necond. The wild stoor race brought out a large number of contestants, W. Brown com-lns flri- and Gun Gatin second. 2 Dozen 2 Dozen Pairs and Scissors 2 Dozen Pairs Hair Clippers ALL AT SPECIAL PRICES This lot will be picked up in a hurry -IJetler look them over. Consumers' Hardware Co. 120 FIFTH ST, 8, PHONE 1212 LETHBRIDGf? r^^wlKWttiMJMBSllMKaiasSWMaBSHBBSVSMBI 16380082971353?9771815?774 ;