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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 6, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN C�NTRAL COMFORTABLE LETHBRIDGB DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beit $1.25 a Day Hotel in AlbarU Taylor-made Flour Pride of Alberta .. . and... Mother's Favorite Two Brands with but a single aim- BETTER BREAD THE POOR LITTLE RICH GIRL" BY ELEANOR GATES, SPECIAL MARY PICKFORD EDITION PRICE - 85c The play it coming to Starland, July 11th, 12th and 13th. Read tha book first. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1W Druggists and Stationers Next Dallas Hotel WANTS VETERANS TO AID TRAINING Ottawa, July 1.-General Sweetzer of the Massachusetts National Guard, who arrived in the capital today, will pee the Canadian military authorities with the object of securing the services of a number of returned soldiers for training purposes. There is no doubt but that his request to secure aid from Canada will be acceded to. It is anticipated that for some time to come there will be a considerable demand from the military authorities across the line for. the services of men who had fighting experience in the trenches. SATURDAY SPECIALS Blng Cherries, very finest quality. Freeh lot In DAIRY BUTTER:, the morning. Per lb...................... 25c One lot, 2 lbs. fop ...................... 65c Per 20 lb. box .......................... $3.75 The other lot, very choice, 2 lbs. for...... 75c ... , ... � ti . Creamery 0utter, Cloverhlll brand, special lb. 40c Washington Strawberries. We expect a shipment Cre,m m,ke SometnlnF0 you w,, of these tomorrow. appreciate, par lb......................... 40c Ci'o-ton Strawberries. A shipment of these to Ontario Cheese, best quality, per lb........ 30c come in also. Corned Beef, sliced, per lb................. 46c Our price, are guaranteed and so Is the qu.l.ty. S^'-'r'k .jTbS�tt 'X V*:::: lit Strawberi'les for Preserving. Next week should be Veal Loaf, sliced, per lb.-.................... 30c the best time. We havo been disappointed with Potatoes, good quality, psr cwt.............$2.50 one of our shippers owing to his crop havlnn Gooseberries, very fine quality in large 4-5 size been rulr.od but wc have Other shippers and will baskets. Twice the ordinary slie. These arc take cfire of all orders received so far and hope good value, per basket .................. 20c to bf ablr to fill any further orders. We are taking orders now for preserving. THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers ' Phone 525 MARKETS His Dream "I dreamed last night that I proposed to n beautiful girl." "And what did 1 say?"-Princeton Tiger. 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 get your returns promptly. WRITE OR PHONE Office Phone 1313 Residence Phone 1484 T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. VOTES FOR WOMEN Mrs. L. A. Hamilton, of Toronto, who was given permission to address the women voters of the congregation in the pro-cathedral of, St. John's. Winnipeg. The sermon was omitted to give time for the address. RED CROSS FUND. Washington, July 5.-Report from belated campaigns for Red Cross funds in a number of cities today sent the total of the war fund across the 1120,000,000 mark. STRONG & DWLER GRAIN �d�1 Commission Merchant* Oslsary *dm�nt��-�L�thbfls)ga Osv enUrs oritnljalien is a� year serrtoo aod wtth i Barley-No. 3 ......125 M: No. 4 ......122 Rejected and Feed ...........lioy. Flax-No. 1 N. W. C.................253 No. 2 C. W. 249% Xo. 3 C. W. 234% Futures Winnipeg Wheat- Oct........... Oats- July......... . Oct........... Dec........... Flax-July ...... ... . Oct........... Minneapolis- July.......... Sept.........., Chicago- July.......... Sept........... 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 Csrds, Eastman Kodaks and Films. Go prepared and your trip will be thoroughly enjoyable. ffl The Red Cross Dng & Book Co., Lunitei PHONE SAYS STATEMENTS NOT QUITE RIGHT "I wish to take exception to several statements which have appeared in the Herald recently, because they are not in accordance with tho facts, and convey a wrong impression." said R. Barorwmnn of tho executive of tho trades and labor council today to Tho Herald. "In tho first place it is not true that the trades and labor council were opposed to tho city taking over the Chinook Club. What they did object to was the, signing of the lease before the Y. if. C. A. bylaw was vot-od upon." "In the second, tho trades and i labor council did nofmako any request for accommodation in the now city hall quarters, and never interviewed thorn on the subject. What did happen was that members of the tomple company were discussing one day with tho city commissioners the question of accommodation, and tho mayor himself made the suggestion that they might find accommodation in the city hall quarters. This sug-Igestion was not, however, taken up i by the labor temple company." f 194 199% 74% 72% SI 60 U 58% 57% 252 252% 253% 253 225 229 190 190 210 21Q 192 192 WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing. Tinsmithing, Furnaces. Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing H1CK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 762 Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. S. and 13th Street. MINING, BUILDING & RAILWAY SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH- BUGGIES MENTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILER8 CULTIVATORS BINDER ENGINEC PHONE 1725-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR LOCAL MARKETS * : Grain.A Livestock Prices Track Price* Wagor- Prices ..198 .. 61% . .229 . .100% Wheat .....204 Wheat ... Oats......63U Oats .... Flax......- F lax ... , Barley ..... - Barley ... LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 8c; choice 7c. Select hogs, 150 to 350 lbs. 14c. Choice killing wethers, sheared 10c. Choice killing ewes, sheared, 9c. "The Butterfly has wings of gold, , The Firefly wings of flame; The Bed Bug has no wings at all But he 'gets there' just the same. " -(Old Song, i It is to prevent his "Getting There" that Higiimotliam's Bug Finish was designed, and it "Stops" him instantly. Used in a spray or atomizer, it destroys Moths, Flies, Mosquitoes ; in fact any insect. Per Bottle 35c For Hotel Use in Gallons: (Money back if it doesn't kill.) J. D. Higinbotham & Co ��s Limited -- "Alberta's Pioneer Druggist*.' CITY AND DISTRICT Elk Officers to Meet. The officers of tho Elk Lodge are asked to meet tonight at nine o'clock at the club rooms. Opens Jewelry Store. P. Gagnebin of Cardston has open' ed a jewelry store on Third Ave S Mr. Gagnebin was at one time in business in North Lethbrldge. The Ron* Wholesale and retail chemist* TELEPHONE NO. Ut Pentecostal Mission. A special business meeting will be held at the church tonight t Friday > at 8 p.m. Every member is asked to bo present. Damaged Goods During? the recent heavy rainfall our cellar flooded, also our roof leaked, so we have decided to sell goods at a great sacrifice. Wire Nails, regular $7.00 keg, now keg $5.50 Congoleum Rugs, 0x10 $10; 0x12, $12. Screen Windows, regular 50c. now ....... 30c Screen Wire Cloth, per square foot 3c Ranges Refrigerators Screen Doors SEE OUR WINDOWS FOR OTHER GOODS NOT MENTIONED IN THIS ADVERTISEMENT. THE FARMERS' STORK I -- I Had Car Stolen. | J. R. Ross of this city, had his Chevrolet car stolen whilst In the Hat last ; Monday night. So far no traces have | been discovered but the police aro j keeping a sharp lookout. Returned Soldiers. Wm. Crippen, who enlisted with tho 31 st battalion from I.ethbridge, and H. Rounds!, of Travers, have reached Calgary from tho front, and will likely reach home shortly. C0W3, PRISONER8 TAKEN SY ALLIES Paris, July 5.-From April 25th to Juno 10th, the Franco-British troops on the western front captured 03,222 prisoners, including 1,278 officers, nays an official summary of the operations issued today. The war material taken in the same period ln-cluuea 509 guns, 503 trench mortars and 1,318 machine. THE GERMAN L0SSE3 Paris, July 5.-The total number of Germans killed from (.he beginning of tho war to March, 1917, Is not less than 1,500,000. according to an estimate reached by French general headquarters. This computation has been made after careful Btudy of documents bearing on the subject. ANNOUNCEMENTS A dance will be held in the K. of P. hall Saturday night, July 7. Everybody welcome. A good' tlmra assurod. Gents 75c, ladles free. 173-2 The secretary of the Golf Club has received a supply of score cards, und all who wish may procure them from 60a uer dozen. ACO-0 Holiday for "Posties" Commencing Saturday the postmen of Lethbrldge will take their weekly half holiday during the months of July and August. There will be no afternoon delivery, hut those who desire important mail may got it by enquiring at tho general delivery wicket. Death of Aetna Lad. The death took pl^oo In >*iis city yostorday of Parley Jensen, fifteen year old son of Mr. and Mrs. it. A. Jensen of Aetna. The remains will be forwarded from Fettorly's "J.'ndertak-ing Parlors to Cardston, whore interment will take place. LOOK "100 l-lt>. Boxes of Chocolates SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY 35c A BOX Procoeds goes to the Red Cross. See Them in Our Window. LETHBRIDGE CANDY CO. K. P. BUILDING-FIFTH STREET SOUTH OFFICE STATIONERY UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS. A few just as good as now, two col-ored ribbon, tabulator and back spacer. Price J05.00. One Underwood Typewriter in good condition, $55.00. One Itoyal Typewriter in good condition, $38.00. CHECK WRITER. Wo are agents for the F. & E. Check Writer. We carry Model C in stock. Price ?35.00. IF IT IS FOR THE OFFICE-WE WILL HAVE IT Ever all & Fr a nk s Sinnott Block, Corner 4th Ave. and 5th St. A new skylight or any other tinning or sheet metal work? We adviso you to have us do it at once. We are still prepared to execute all orders in our usual first class mannor at practically old prices, Tho longer you do-lay the surer it is you will have to pay more for the work. THE DIXON SHEET METAL CO. Rear Stafford Block. Lethbrldge, Alts, TRY A HERALD WANT AD. Provincial Police Cases. Ilardleville staged one of its periodical rows yesterday in which Stove Sawchtik figured prominently. His language wus of tho hair-curling variety. The provincial pollge wore called and Stove contributes $25 and costs to tho provincial coffers tills morning. Yesterday afternoon Mali Wins Sun appeared before Magistrate Elton as a result, of a raid by Detective llesketh and Const. Wigg. lie was charged with having opium. A fine of $25 and costs was annexed. Another result of the raid was thnt Quon Wing appeared this morning, charged with having opium and boozo for salo. Tho combination is a strong one and tho police asked for adjournment until tomorrow. WINNIPEG BUSINESS Winnipeg, July I!.-Winnipeg bank clearings for the first six months of 1917 passed all former records, eclipsing last year's figures by nearly $400,-000,000 and thoso of 1915 by close to 5700,000,000. The total for the halt year ended June 30 was $1,225,943,-059. The records show that tho Increase over preceding years Is not wholly attributable to the gruin situation. Every lino of businoss has shown healthy development and tho prospects aro that 1917 will show a grand total of clearings at December 31 of uloso to $3,000,000,000. Linen, Metallic .. and Steel Measuring Tapes From three feet to 100 feet. All at special prices. Five Dozen High Grade Saws Slightly ctained otherwise In first class condition. Do not miss this lot. One hundred Maydoles and Plums highest grade hammers. While they last at 75e to $1.00 Consumers1 Hardware Co. PHONE 1212 ;