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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta ...j._____j__11 Taylor-made Flour m Pride of Alberta . . . and. . . Mother's Favorite Two Brands with but a single aim- BETTER BREAD Washington Strawberries Preserving SPECIAL PRICE Strawberries, per basket .................. 15c Per crate ............................... 53.50 B.C. PRESERVING CHERRIES Large square baskets ..................... 4f>u Per crate, 4 baskets.....................$1.50 B. C. Cherries for in To-day KING CHERRIES 20 i'o. boxes, per box.....$3.75 ANOTHER LOT TO ARRIVE TOMORROW MORNING AND ONE ON SATURDAY. PLACE YOUR ORDERS FOR THESE MOW. THEY ARE AT THEIR BE3T AND THE PRICE IS RIGHT. TH High Class Grocers CO. Phone 525 FREE! FREE!! To each customer buying one Palm Olive Shampoo, price 50c, or one Palm Olive Cream, price 50c, we will give two full size cake* of Palm Olive Soap. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1487 Druggists and Stationers Next Dallas Hotel Make the MOST of the High Prices by consigning Your Grain to SMITH-MURPHY & CO. You will realize every cent in it for you, and pat your returns promptly. WR^TE or "-HONE Office Phone 1313 Residence Phone 1484 N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. STRONG & DOWLER GRAIN and Commiiaion Merchant* Calgsry--e .;. .> ^ > SUDDEN DEATH OF ; ? SIR HERBERT TREE * Vlcti'olas, Victor Recorde, VleV Ins, Accordeoris, Sheet Musis and Mueical Merchandise. London. July 4.-The death of Sir Herbert Beerboim Tree has cast gloom over the theatrical profession. His end, like that of his famous predecessor. Sir Henry Irving, came with the utmost suddenness. While his professional career naturally receives most attention from the press, many papers recalf the success which he pleaded the cau3e of the allies in America. : > : > : ? : * 7S 81 �i\ 65 OS 7S SO 80 76 12 66 64 5 1 52 54 61 I'll) 56 65 14 14 56 13 56 64 TRAGEDY AT NIAGARA Niagara Falls. July 1.-A holt lino car on the Great Oor.'^e route left the ir.ils, plunged down a twenty-foot embankment and turned over In ten font of water of the whirlpool Rapids at 3.30 o'clock this afternoon. Nino persons are known to bo dead; two who were known to be on the car have not been seen since the accident and are probably (load, and an trldcli-nite number, estimated at from two j Forecast-Manitoba and Suskut-� to t rn, are reported missing, chev.-an, some showers and local More than a score are In the hos-! thunder storms, but generally warm J pital suffering from injuries rceciv-, and fair today and on Friday. Al- ed in ihe accident. ;berta, fair and moderately warm. LIGHT WEEK FOR SUBMARINES London, July 4.-The wcokly shipping summary issued today shows that 15 merchant ships of more than 1,000 tons were sunk, and five vessels of less thnn that tonnago. Eleven fishing vessels also worn lost. "Arrivals, 2.745; sailings, 2.84(5. "British merchant ships sunk by mine or submarine: OveV 1,600 torn*, 15; under 1,600 tons. 5. "British merchant ships unsuccessfully attiickcd. including five previously, 16. "British fiiihing vessels stink, 11." | CITY AND DISTRICT j i Motored to Madeod I G. R. Marnoch. of the Board of Trade, motored to Macleod. this morning on a short business trip. - i Mall Orders Given Careful Attention. CORNWALLIS-WEST DEAD London, July 4.-Col. William Corn-v.'allis-West died today at Ruthin castle, North Wales, aged 82. , WIDE AWAKE TRACTOR MEN AND PROGRESSIVE MOTORISTS ARE USING Miracle Oil In their fuel thus greatly Increasing power, because carbon is eliminated, which means a substantial saving on the 'Juice' whether it is gasoliner kerosene or distillate. FOR SALE AT THE City Vulcanizing Shop Free Air on the Curb SCHULTZ fi^RITCHIE 817 Third Avenue South LOCAL MARKETS Grain & Livestock Prices Track Prices Wheat Oats .. Flax: .. Barley ____203 ... 64- Wagor- Prices Wheat .....19S Oats......58 Vi Flax......227 Barley .....100 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, Sc; choice cows, c. Select hogs. 150 to 250 lbs. lie. Choice killing wethers, sheared 10c. Choice killing ewes, sheared, 9c. Plumbing, Gas, Steam and :-: Hot Water Fitting :-: PRESSURE SYSTEMS FOR FARM HOMES I Knapman Plumbing & Heating Co. 1 710 FIFTH AVE. 6. PHONE 1892 Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. S. and 13th Street. MINING. BUILDING & RAILWAY SUPPLIES' & EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS QANG PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH- BUGGIES MENTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS ' CULTIVATORS BINDER ENGINEC 'PHONE 1726-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR TO THOSE AT HOME. You are looking tired and weary and you feel you can't be cheery, As from your dirty trench you cannot roam. There's a sight to cheer your heart, make all care and pain depart; A letter from the dear old folks at home. Maybe its from your brother or your dear old grey-haired mother, Or a sister true who sends a welcome line; But it sets your heart at oaso when that message o'er the seas, Just tells you all the folks at home are fine. There's the other aide to tell and It does not sound so well, It seems to give the heart a sudden wrench; When the mail is given out and you find beyond a doubt, You are Ihe only one forgotten in the trench! In your throat a lump will rise, the tears start to your eyes, You wonder why on earth they do not write, And it makes you 3ick and glum and its pity help the Hun Who meets you in the next big bayonet fight. The smiling faces meet you and the hearty laughter greets you When all discuss the news of their home town. How it makes a man feel small if he's cared for not at all, And no /6. $10; �)x!2, $12. Screen Windows, regular 50c, now......3()c Screen Wire Cloth, per square foot......:iv Ranges Refrigerators Screen Doors SEE OUR WINDOWS FOR OTHER GOODS NOT MENTIONED IN THIS ADVERTISEMENT. Live Stock Shipments The P. Burns & Co., Lothbridsro. shipped "i carloads of wethers to Calgary and Edmonton yesterday. Those were bought from J. T. Henninger of Welling, and were considered extra good stuff. The Hatchet Was Buried Evidence that the aklermanic council of the year, in which the sidewalk along 5th St. S. between 2nd and 3rd Ave. was laid, buried the hatchet was forthcoming this morning when the street department employees uncovered a hatchet embedded in ihe cement while making sidewalk repairs at the New Commercial cafe. S-tpt. Morris of the street department is keeping tho hatchet as a souvenir at the days when hatchets and things were quite necessary at city council meetings. Is Getting Better T. S. Fetterly of this city, who recently underwent an operation at High River, is progressing favorably, according to a letter received this morning, and is expected to be able to return to the city at the beginning of next week. l.O.O.F. Meeting Lethbrldge Lodge No. 2, L O. O. F. will meet tomorrow night at 8 o'clock in the Oddfellows' hall. The second degree will be conferred. All members are requested to be present. Visiting brothers welcome. CHINESE PRESIDENT SAFE Tien Tsln, July 4.-Li Yuan Hung, the Chinese president, with two attendants, escaped from the palnco at 0 o'clock lust night and sought, rofugo in the Japanese legation. The Japanese, considering the urgency o� the case, granted him refuge. No one is allowed to interview tho president in his place of refuge. ANNOUNCEMENTS The Retail Clerks' Association will meet tonight at 8.30 in the Labor Temple. 173-1 A dance will be held in the K. of P hall Saturday night, July 7. ICvory body welcome Gents 75c, ladles free Holiday fcr "Posties" Commencing Saturday the postmen of Lethhvidge will take their weekly halt holiday during the month:! of July and August. There will bo no afternoon dolivery, but those who desire important mail may get it by enquiring at the general dellverv wick-ot. Personal Mention A. J. H. Donation of Foremost, is in tho city. Hon. A. J. McLean was a city visitor this morning. James Powers of the' C.P.R. Tcle-grnpha hero, leaves tomorrow for Calgary to which place he has been transferred. OFF! C E - STATIONERY \ UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS. A few just as good aB new, two colored ribbon, tabulator and back spacer. Price $65.00. One Underwood Typewriter in good condition, $55.00. Ono Royal Typewriter in good condition, �38.00. CHECK WRITER. Wo are agents for the F. & E. Check Wrltor. Wo carry Model C in stock. Price ?35.00. IF IT IS FOR THE OFFICE-WE WILL HAVE IT vera!! & Fr a nk s Sinnott Block, ' Corner 4th Ave. and v5th St. A good time aHoured., 173-21 Public Danco to bo held 4V& miles south east of Lethbridge on old En-right place, Tuhrsday, July 5th. Neoil's Orchestra. Evorybody welcome. 171-3 Tho secretary of the Golf Club has rocoived a supply of score cards, and all who ,wlsh iriayNproeuro them from him for 50c per dozen. 1C0-0 born DAWSON-To Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Dawson, 1245, 4th Ava. S� July 1st, 1817, a son. 4 Cutting Lake Weeds Tho perennial itch which is one of tho peculiarities of Henderson Park lake has been attacking swimmers again. Tho city recently received u 50 yard weed-cutting saw and �ro now busy cutting the weeds and taking thorn out of tho lake. The saw works well but the process iH a slow one and rather costly. Chief Goes to Conventions Chief Hardy and daughter left this afternoon for Quebec where tho chief will attend the annual convention of police; chiefs. On his return trip he will fit-op at Fort William to attend the annual convention of lire chiefs. Ca.pt. Hardy will huvo charge of the fire department during his absence anil Scrgt. Bowker will bo acting chief of aolice. Linen, Metallic .. arid Steel Measuring Tap^s From three feet to 10� feet. All at special prices. Five Dozen High Grade Saws Slightly, stained otherwise in first class condition. Do not miss this lot. One hundred Maydolcs and Plums highest, grade hammers. While they last at 75c to $1.00 Consumers' Hardware Co. PHONE 1212 ;