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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS . EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD j HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta Taylor-made Flour 1 Pride of Alberta . . . ami. . . Mother s Favorite Two Brands with but a single aim- BETTER BREAD Bing Cherries for Preserving FEW PEOPLE REALLY KNOW HOW FINE BING CHERRIES REALLY ARE WHEN PRESERVED. MOST PEOPLE CONSIDER THEM TOO EXPENSIVE TO BUY FOR PRESERVING. IF THE TRUTH WERE KNOWN THEY ARE ACTUALLY CHEAPER THAN MOST FRUITS YOU PRESERVE. CONSIDER THE ACTUAL WEIGHT OF FRUIT YOU GET AND COMPARE WITH OTHER FRUITS YOU PUT DOWN AND YOU WILL FIND THAT IT IS REALLY ECONOMICAL TO BUY BING CHERRIES. WE HAVE A LARGE SHIPMENT TO ARRIVE IN THE MORNING. 20 U). boxes. Frice. per box......$;).7."i THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers Phone 525 J FREE! FREE!! To each customer buying one Pn'm Olive Shampoo, price 50c, or ofie Palm Olivt Cream, price 50c, we will give two full size cakes of Palm Olive Soap. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1487 Druggists and Stationers Next Dallas Hotel i Make the MOST of the High Prices by consigning Your Grain to SMITH-MURPHY & CO. You will rotO.Ue every cent in it for you. and get your returns promptly. V/RITE CR PHONE Offlca Phons 1313 P.asidcnca Phone 1484 N, T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHEHIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. Southern Alberta Casualties. Southern Albertnns -in today's casualty lists arc: Pie. W. p. Held of, otavoly. died of wound?; Pto. J. E. i Williams: of Coleman, wounded. Both jy j men were with i^jantry units RECITAL ENJOYED The Assiniboia Music Co. gave a novel recital at the Y.M.C.A. auditorium last evening with their handsome F.dison Ue-ercation machine, assisted by Mr. Berg F.llingsen, soloist. Those present enjoyed the numbers rendered, which testified to the exquisite quality of the diamond disk machine in re-creating the productions, with almost absolute perfection. The program included some very splendid numbers, among which were Hawaiian numbers, violin solos, and other instrumental numbers, together with Several voca! numbers. Mr. Ellingsen sang the Island of Dreams with splendid effect. Altogether the recital was a very enjoyable nffnlr and gave evidence of the enterprise of the firm. Mrs. Howard played the accompaniments. STRONG & DOWLER G RAIN and Commission Merchants Calgtry- Edmonton-Lethbrldg* Our entire organirnlion is at jtrar nervioe and with our experience we can safely guarantee to eet you the. best prices for your grain at anj-t!no and fw any grads or kind of grata. Phons M 1922 Calgary \ For Office- W5 Lethbridge { Quota-ftaa. 1AI1 Lethbridge) tlcnt. �> Our Agents who ara In your di*trlcL J. A. CUMMINQ Lathbrldflo Manager WIDE AWAKE TRACTOR MEN AND PROGRESSIVE MOTORISTS ARE USING iracle Oil In their fuel thus greatly in creasing power, because enrbon is eliminate!, which means a substantial civinr on the "juice' whether it is gasoline, kerosene or distillate. FOR SALE AT THE City Vulcanizing Shop Free Air on the Curb Special Good Buy in Farm Land 9G0 acres fenced, all can bo steam plowed, only four milen from Lothbridgo. Price- right, good terms. See this at once. Apply H. GALVIX Room 7, McDonald Block Phone 1425. Lethbridge, Alberta SCHULTZ 6. RITCHIE 817 i hird Avenue South Mason & Risch Limited "Winnipeg, July 4. - Trading was very limited. Offerings on the whole j were more liberal than on Tuesday i and there was a fair demand from j Things You'll Need For That Trip Dont' depend on the store at the resorts which you will visit while on your vacation trip. Make out your list now and let us supply the goods before you start. Healing Lotions and Creams, Cramp and Colic Remedies. Stationery, Fountain Pens, Drinking Cups, Thermos Bottles, Cigars, Tobaccos, Playing Cards, Eastman Kodaks and Films. Go prepared and your trip will be thoroughly enjoyable. ffi The Red Cross Dng & Book Co., Limited PHONE 6BI, RIOTS IN GERMANY London. July -t. - Riotous outbreaks were resumed last night in Katenburg district, says an Exchange Telegraph dispatch from Amsterdam, soldiers were called out and it is reported three men were killed and many wounded. CITY AND DISTRICT Called Off. There will he no board of trade meeting tomorrow. For Red Cross. A. J. Blackburnc acknowledges for the Red Cross ?1? from the Willard W. C. T. U. For Belgian Relief. W. A. Buchanan, ALP., acknowledges receipt of $10.75 for the Belgian Relief from the Patriotic services at i Nobleford, Sunday last. Vets' Social. A social evening is being held tonight by the Great War Veterans As-jsociation in the club on First Avenue ' south. There will be cards, dancing j and music. The Veterans wish as ! many returned soldiers as possible to be nt the club at 7.",0. Balmoral Dlock Lethbridge Vlctrolas, Victor Records, Violins, Accordeons, Sheet Muilo and Musical Merchandise. hi all Orders Given Careful Attention. eastern millers. There was a good I demand for oats to fill space in boats j arriving at Fort William, but no now , business was located. J Cash prices at Winnipeg were mi-, changed for the day for wheat but % I to %c higher for oats and XVi to 2%cj on flax. October wheat closed %e: lower; July oats V�c higher; October ! oats Vic lower, and December Vic ! lower. July flax closed lM-c higher; j ' October was not officially closed. j j Futures i Winnipeg Wheat- ! ; Oct........... | Cats- : Julv.......... , Oct........... Dec........... Flax- Juiy.......... Xo American markets today. Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat- 1S7 18618 73 Vi 73 ls 62 H 61-Li no% 59 >i 2ti2 264U- i Xo. 1 Nor.. .22(1 j No. :! N'or.. .212 '. Xo. 5 Xor.. .176 i Feed ......... ! Oats- Xor.. .217 .200 Xo. Xo. 4 Xor. Xo. 6 Xor... 159 ...........119 Xo. 3 C Xo. Xo. 4 BUSINESSES FOR SALE A 16 ROOM ROOMING HOUSE. Close in. Pull all the time. Also good grocery business in tho city and a general store In a country town. Apply at Wilson's Auction Gal-llerles personally for particulars. 172-3 Long Recess. This is long recess at the court house and offices will be closed at one o'clock during July and August. W. 7IUs ....... 73 Vs Feed.. 70% .120 Xo. 2 C. W. 73"^ Extra X'o. 1 Feed No. I Feed.. 7214 Parley- Xo. 3 ......125 Rejected and Feed ............110 Flax- Flax- No. 1 N. W. C.................265 Xo. 2 C. W. 26114 No. 3 C. W. 2461 Bails Contract Wheat- July.....................218 August, first half ..............213 is a name aptly applied to our fire-proof door"-. But their object is preventative, rather than corrective. They stand guard at the places through which fire generally seeks entrance-the doorways and passages in the path of draughts and air currents. The cost is trifling compared with the security they provide. THE DIXON SHEET METAL CO. Rear Stafford Block. Lethbridge, Alta. LOCAL MARKETS Grain & Livestock Prices Clean Sweet Sanitary Toilets cleaned dally with SANI-FLUSH Are always clean and sanitary. No trouble to use, is odorless and non-poisonous. 25c J. D. Higinbotham & Co was the sixth straight defeat for the locals. Score: Washington .. . .000 312 00(1-fi fi 0 New York.....011 011 000-1 10 1 ASSOCIATION St. Paul 3 11 2; Minneapolis 4 9 i Columbus 3 5 1; Louisville 10 1. INTERNATIONAL Buffalo 6; Montreal 2. Baltimore 2; Providence 1. Klchmond 2; Newark 3. AT Reii Cross Day Receipts. The receipts of Ked Cross day at the exhibition grounds as totalled al-j ready, reach the sum of over $17."0, I (and it is hoped that the $2000 mark! 1 will bo reached by the time the re- I j turns are all in. The Hani Id slated ' . in error yesterday that Aiayor Hardie ; presented the prizes at the sports. Airs. Hardie did the honors. The 'names of .Mrs. Westley and Airs. ; Wakelyn in charge of the lemonade ; stall, were omitted from the connnit-1 tees published yesterday. Limited 'Albarta'a Plonear Druggist** ^Tefc^? lij^aBaaaalflaaaaaaaBaaBaaal *^^*^*^^ Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. �22 Track Prices Wheat .....201 Oats......64% Flax......- Barley .....- Wag or- Prices Wheat .....191 Oats......58 \'2 Flax......235 Va Barley .....100 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 8%; choice cows, Select hogs, 150 to 250 lbs. 13. Choico killing wethers, sheared, 10. Choice killing owes, sheared, Uc. ZIONIST FEDERATION Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. S. and 13th Street. MINING, BUILDING &. RAILWAY SUPPLIES &. EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANOERBON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH- BUGGIES MENTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINDER ENGINES PHONE 1725-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR Winnipeg, July 3.-A junior federation of Zionists In Canada will be organised as the result of ft resolution passed at tho 15th Zionist convention here today. Joseph Goldstlck, of Toronto, moved the resolution and it was secomfced by Mrs. Clarence I. j Desola. The resolution entails the division of the federation into those, over and those under 18 years. The now federation will be under the auspices of the present body and will not be affiliated with tho American young Judean federations, although it will be known as the Yotrn'g Judean Federation. Ono thousand dollars a year will be donated by the senior federation toward its support. ANNOUNCEMENTS Public Dance to be held 4V4 miles south east of Lethbridge on old Kn-right place, Tuhrsday, July 5th, Need's Orchestra. Everybody welcome. 171-3 The secretary of tho Golf Club has received a supply of score cards,- and all who wish may procure them from him for GOc per dozen. 160-0 OLD SODA FA VORITES The old favorite aoda drinks can always be found at our fountain. Don't think that we have allowed the many fancy drinks to displace them. There is purity and freshness to our strawberry, pineapple, vanilla and raspberry fee cream soda that will surely please you. Jackson & Co. Dispensing Chemists Lethbridge :: :: Alberta TODAY'S BAS NATIONAL Philadelphia, July 4.-Philadelphia defeated Boston in the morning game j here today 5 to 3 by a batting rally in | the seventh inning. Only one hit. was! made off Rudolph in the first six innings, in the .seventh the homo team put together all its runs on a pass, Cravath's double, singles by Whitie-1, Niehoft, Killifer, Alexander and Bancroft, and a sacrifice by by Luderus. Score: Boston......200 000 100-3 2 Philadelphia .. . .000 000 50x-5 7 1 Bunch Hits Brooklyn, July 4.-Sallee relieved Perrkt after Brooklyn had scored two runs in the first inning of the morning game and held the locals to fine scattered hits and no runs during tho remaining innings. New York bunched four hits with three bases on bal'.H in the third, sewing up the victory. Dell was hit for three runs in the seventh. Russell, the southpaw purchased recently from the Northwestern League, pitched , 'Hie last two innings for Brooklyn and marlo a good impression. Scorn: New York .. . .005 100 300 -i) S 2 Brobfrlyn......200 000 000-2 7 2 (From Our Own -."or'. r-tonnO^nti Bow Island, July 3.-Tho celebration of Confederation was certainly enjoyed by all who came to this town yesterday, and everybody went away home feeling that at least they could depend on not being robbed when they came to Bow Island. The Red Cross were in charge of everything where money was to be made or to bo spent, and worked like trojans until late in the night and they have to show for their labor after all expenses were deducted the handsome sum of seven hundred dollars to help toward the Red Cross vfork. The sports events were duly pulled off. T. K. Blaine won first prize and F. W. Brown second, and both of the gentlemen gave the money for the prizes to tho Red Cross, it being for the best decorated car and there were some very neat, cars in the parade. Worthy of mention was the car belonging to ~S\v. Oliver. It would exhaust the patience of your readers to have the names of the winners in (lie different events and while all were good we will only mention the high jump made by Gerald Dulmagc, it being five feet- six inches, and the horse races, while few in number, yet still show that everyone delights in a good horse race oven if the animal is growing extinct. The beautiful oil painting given by Mrs. (Dr.) Patorson to he raffled off was won by Bonnie Simpson and Dr. Patorson immediately gave him a cheiiuo for $50 for it and helped to swell the Red Cross funds. Mrs. Pntcrson Is growing to be quite well known for her excellent work as an artist, two small paintings being recently sold by her for $50, and tho amount turned over to tho Red Cross, the purchaser being W. A. Buchannn and no one would doubt his ability to judge in a matter of this kind. BECAUSE We can use the money to better advantage at our large home farm we will sail our New Dayton farms r,; the right price and terms. THE S. W. 1/4 5-6-18, W. 4th, is V/s miles from New Dayton, has a good house, barn, chicken house and granary; fenced and cross fenced; 70 acres seeded with barley and oata, THE SOUTH l/z 32-6-13, W. 4th. six miles north of New Dayton. Fenced, largo house, barn, large shed, granaries, etc. 200 acres seeded with wheat and oats. Balance to summerfallow. Well of good water. NORTH iA 29 & PART EAST J/a 32 & PART WEST l/2 33-4-18, W. 4th. GS0 acres, 5% miles south of New Dayton; creek along north line; 510 acres plow land. Balance choico pasture. 400 acres seeded wheat, oats and barley. These are worth your consideration. This year's crop may easily pay the entlro purchase price. For full particulars write or phono. The Felger Farming Co., Ltd. Box 940 Telephone Ft 411 Pittsburg, July 4.-Errors by Ward and Pitler lost tho morning's game for Pittsburg, St. Louis winning 4 to 3. Jacobs pitched whining ball, but hits followed mlsplnys when the side should have been retired. Watson and Packard wero removed when danger threatened, Meadows finishing the game. Score: St. Louis......100 003<*0-4 8 0 Pittsburg......010 010 010-3 9 2 OFFICE STATIONERY UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS. A few just as good as new, two colored ribbon, tabulator and back spacer. Prico $65.00. Ono Underwood Typewriter in good condition, $55.00. One Itoyal Typewriter in good condition, ?38.00. CHECK WRITER. Wo are agents for the F. & 13. Chock Writer. Wo carry Model C in stock. Prico $35.00. IF IT IS FOR THE OFFICE-WE WILL HAVE IT verall & Fr a nk s Sinnott Block, Corner 4th Ave. and 5th St. Cincinnati...... Chicago........ Toney and Wingo; lass and Elliott. j. ;\ ^ 0 Aldrldge, Doug- i .Wesley Excursion. The sixth annual Wesley Blblo school excursion to Coleman and Crow's Nest will bo hold Wednesday July IStJi. The date Iiob been chosen as it Is a half l'-olidujr tho ttit/. AMERICAN White Sox Victory Detroit, July 4.- -Timely hitting and Cicotte's fine pitching in pinches gavo Chicago a 4 to 3 victory over Detroit here this forenoon. The winning �j-un was scored in the sixth Inning. Jackson singled, took hccoih! on a wild throw by It. Jones and scored on Felsch's base hit. Score: Chicago......003 001 000 -4 9 0 Detroit........200 100 000-3 7 2 Boston, July 4. - Boston batted Johnson out of the box In the. fourth inning of the morning game today and won from Philadelphia 0 to 3. Flvo of the runt) wero piled up In the fourth, after which Anderson went in for the visitors and did effnctlvo work. Score: Philadelphia .. ..000 010 200-3 7 1 Boston........001 500 nox-0 12 2 Now York, July 4. - Washington won a long drawn out game from New York this morning li to 4. It Linen, Metallic .. and Steel Measuring Tapes From three feet to 100 feet. All at special prices. Five Dozen High Grade Saws Slightly 3tained otherwise in first class condition. Do not misa this lot. 'if * - if-*-; One InnnlrtMl Madoles and IMiiuck highest grade hammers. While they last at 75c to $1.00 Consumers' Hardware Co. PHONE 1212 ;