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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 7, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beit $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberts Taylor-made Flour Pride of Alberta ...and... B Mother's Favorite Two Brands with but a single aim- BETTER BREAD SATURDAY SPECIALS Ding Cherries, very finest quality. Fresh lot in DAIRY BUTTER: the morning. Per lb..................25c One lot, 2 lbs. for ...................... 65c Per 20 lb. box .......................... $3.75 The other lot, very choice, 2 lbs. for...... 75c Creamery Butter, Cloverhlll brand, special lb. 40c Washington and Crcston Str-.wberries. Shipments Cream Cheese, local make. Somethlno you will arrived from both places today. We expect next appreciate, per lb......................... 40c week will see the finish of the strawberries. Ontario Cheese, best quality, per lb........ 30c Strawberries for Preserving. Next week should be Corned Beef, sliced, per lb.................. 45c the best time. We have been disappointed with Cold Doiled Ham, sliced, per lb............. 60c one of our shippers owing to his crop having Roast Porlt and Dressing, sliced, per lb..... 55c. been ruined but we have other shippers and will Vea| Lonf> 8||cedi pc higher. Flax closed with July "Vzc and October 4-v,c higher. Minneapolis July wheat1 closed 2Vic higher and September closed 3Vic higher. Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Nor...230 No. 2 Nor...227 Xo. 3 Nor...222 No. 4 Xor...210 No 5 Nor...lS5 No. tj Nor...170 Feed.....................127 Basis Contract- Julv.....................230 August (first half) ............225 Oats- FARM LANDS Of the Hudson's Bay Compnny and Calgary and Edmonton Land Co. FOR SALE The H. Macbeth Agency No. 2 C. W. 71 Vs Extra No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed.. 70Vs Barlev- No. 3 ......126 No. 3 C. TV*. No. 2 Feed.'. GRAPE JUICE Pure or diluted Is an ideal summer beverage. It quenches thirst and is refreshing and strengthening. � Welch's Grape Juice Sample Bottle ............. 10c Pint Size.................. 30c Quart Size ............... 55c Half Gallon .............. 90c KEEP A FEW EOTTLES IN YOUR REFRIGERATOR m The Red Cross Drag & Btok Co., Limited PHONE HI. CITY AND DISTRICT Returns From Calgary. G. P. Deardorff has returned from Calgary, where he, attended the fair. Organize Freight Men Organizer Robson is in the city organizing local freight handlers and freight clerks. For Patriotic Fund It. J. Patorson. lion, treasurer, acknowledges for patriotic fund $5 from Augustus Herlburt, of St. Kilda. Trades Council to Meet. The Trades and Labor Council will meet In the Labor Hall on Monday next at 8 p.m. For Belgian Relief [ TV. A. Buchanan. M.P., acknowledg- \ es $15.72 for the Belgian Relief Fund j from H. J. Flock. Ralev, per the Crvs-tal Dairy. I For Red Cross A. J. Blackburni: acknowledges for Red Cross $2">.05 from the Ladies' Aid society of the New Dayton Presbyterian church. Masonic Meeting. * North Star Lodge No. 4, A.F. and A.M., regular meeting on Monday night at 8 o'clock in the Masonic hall. Dominion Block. Visiting brethren cordially invited. 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 Coiigoleuni lings, !>xl0K>, $10; 0x12, $12. Screen Windows, regular 50c, now......:50c Screen Wire Cloth, per square fool......:5c Ranges Refrigerators Screen Doors 72% 72% ! No. 4 ......122 SCHULT2 & RITCHIE 817 Third Avenue South Rejected and Feed ...........Ill Flax- No. 1 N. W. C......'......... No. 2 C. W. 252 No. 3 C. TV. Futures Winnipeg Wheat- Oct........ 237 Mason & Risch Limited  Balmoral Dlock Lethbrldg* Vlctrolaa, Victor Records, VloV Ins, Accordeons, Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise. Mall Orders Given Careful Attention. Oats-July ....... Oct........ Dec........ Flax-July ....... Oct........ Minneapolis-July ....... Sept....... Chicago- July ...... , Sept....... 199 Vi 72V> 60 U R7S4 254 V* 210 200 73Vi <;i 5S 257% 23 Hi 193Vi 207 104 mm THE STANDARD DANK OF CANADA HSAD OFFICE  TORONTO SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES are aow installed at this Branch for the custody of valuable papers, etc., affordiug safety aud privacy. Further information supplied by the manager. 223 LETHBRIDGE BRANCH G. F. BLETCHER, Manner. 1ST COALHURST BRANCH 258, 13th Street N. A. CURR1E. Account� L0CALJ4ARKETS Grain & Livestock Prices Track Prices Wagor. Price* Wheat .....210 Wheat .....203 Oats...... 1537a Oats......5�Vi Flax......- Flax......229 Barley ..... - Barley .....100% LIVESTOCK PRICES Chofco steers, Sc; choice cows, 7c. Select hogs, 150 to 250 lhs. lie. Choice killing wethers, sheared 10c. 'Choice killing ewes, sheared, 9e. "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.) It is to prevent his "Getting There" that Iliginbotham's Bug Finish was designed, and It "Stops" him instantly. Used in a spray or atomizer, it destroys Moth9, Flies, Mosquitoes; in fact any insect. Per Bottle 35c For Hotel Use in Gallons: $2.50 (Money back If it doesn't kill.) J. D. Higiobotham & Co Limited 'Alberta's Pioneer Orugglsta."* The Jtoti* Wholesale and retail ehemlata TELEPHONE NO. 123 Thanks For Aid. The Lethbridgo Branch of the Red 1 Cross Society wish to thank the vnr-\ ions organiaztions that worked so , untiringly in helping to make the i carnival such a great success. ] Opium Case Adjourned ] In A. P. P. court this morning he-; | fore Magistrate Elton the case against j i Quon Wing for keeping opium and li- i � tiuor for sr.le was opened hut was adjourned till .Monday. C. V. Harris ap-' pcared for the accused. ' Acknowledge Gifts j The G. \V. V. A. wish to acknow-' ledge with thanks the receipt of a :cheque for ?10 from Mrs. Jean Stew-1 ; art, a cheque for five dollars from, i Mrs. J. B. Murray, a screen from Miss! !'erty and pictures from Mr. Xel-, | son to go toward the furnishing of| I their club quarters. Pte. Windsor Wounded Mrs. Teresa Windsor, 1007 8th Ave., this morning received word that Pte. Percival D. Windsor hod been wounded in the recent fighting. Pte. Windsor enlisted in 1915 in an Alberta infantry battalion. He was wounded in the hack by gunshot on June 2!Hli and is now at a base hospital at Caniiers, France. SEE OUR WINDOWS FOR OTHER GOODS NOT MENTIONED IN THIS ADVERTISEMENT. ardwere THE FARMERS' STORE ANNOUNCEMENTS Sawdust. All you want free by hauling from Sash and Door Factory. 175-6 The secretary of the Golf Club has received a supply of score cards, and all who wish may procure them from him for 50c per dozen. 160-0 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 TRAILERS CUL.TIVATOR8 BINDER ENGINES PHONE 1725- TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR St. Cyprian's annual Sunday school picnic to the river bottom, Wednesday, July 11 th. Conveyances will leave corner lith Ave. and 4th St., at Die laundry, at 2 p.m. sharp. Returning to the same corner at S.30 p. m. Autos for adults, price for return trip 25c. . BORN SIMPSON-Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Simpson, at Edmonton, on July 3rd. a son, William Stewart. 175-1 ELKS CLUB Alberta Block /leading Itoum, Writing Room, Billiards. Keguiar meetings, lat and 3rd Thursdays. Visiting uieinbera welcome. W. L. Clark. Exalted Ruler. O. B. Edoett, Room 4, Alberta Bl*ck. A new skylight or any other tinning or shoot metal work? We advise you to have us do it at once. We are ntill prepared to execute all orders in our usual firHt class manner at pructlcally old prices. Tlio longer you delay the surer it is you will have to pay more for the work. THE DIXON SHEET METAL CO. Rear Stafford Block. Lethbridae, Alta. Fire Destroys Barn. Fire which broke out this morning about 11 o'clock, completely destroyed the barn and sheds at the rear ot No. 443 ISth Street north. The property is owned by S. Trow and is at present occupied by a Danish family who woro absent at the time the fire occurred, which is believed to havo been started by children playing in the barn with matches. It was only the prompt arrival of No. 2 Flro Patrol that saved the adjoining residence, which as it was, was badly scorched. The new La Franco auto truck from No. 1 hall bocamo stalled in the subway and arrived too late to be of any assistance, a poor showing for Its initial trip in the city. Former Resident Return3 , Ernest Codd, who is well known in the city and who for the past two; years has been in Saskatchewan and I Manitoba, part, of the time as sales-; man for the Chinook Coal Co., is returning to Lethhridgo today as sales-' man for J. T. Graham, agent for Sttt-j dehaker cars. lieforo leaving Loth-| bridge Mr. Codd wits expert for the, J. I. Case Co. HUNS URGED TO GO BAREFOOT SO THAT THEY MAY HARDEN Washington, July C.--The state de- partment has received a cablegram announcing that the city council of Zilan. Germany, Is urging the entire population to go barefooted in ordnr to harden their feet to bo prepared for the winter ordeal, when there will be no shoes. Tile pupils of Wuerzburg-er started the shoeless style, June ^K. Another message says that GO per cent, of tilt; milch cowa in many districts have been killed for meat, so there is a great shortagu of dairy products. The German government is selling the former homos of dispossessed Frenchmen in Alsace-Lorraine. St. Cyprian's Sunday School Picnic, A mooting of all lnterostetl in holding the annual picnic of St. Cyprian's Sunday School was,held lu the parish room on Wednesday oveirrng, when it was decided to have the picnic at tlio river bottom near Grace inino on Wednesday afternoon, July 11th. By the kindness of the company, permission has been given to take all across the ferry who may desire to go and enjoy the day among the trees. The spot thus available is one of the prettiest along the river bottom and with its open space affords a splendid place for races and games of all kinds. Races have been arranged for the scholars, mostly of a unique character more mirth provoking than tests of physical strength. Hot water for tea Is being provided. Ice cream and fruit will bo sold on the ground. Being held on Wednesday afternoon, July Hth, the first half holiday, it. is hoped that many will avail thomset-voa of the opporl unity to'spend the day under I lie trees. An Invitation Ib extondoii to all to make up p"lcnlc parties and come and enjoy the day., The children of the school uro to meat at the Laundry, corner (ilh Avonuo and llli Street at 2 o'clock sharp, when conveyances will bo provided to take them to the ferry. Aula-mobiles, will bo there to lake all adults who may wish to rlilo. OFFICE STATIONERY UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITBRS. A fow just as good as now, two colored ribbon, tabulator and back spacer. Price $(i5.00. One Underwood Typewriter in good condition, $55.00. One Royal Typewriter in good condition, ?38.0(). CHECK WRITER. Wo are agents for the F. & E. Check Wrilor. Wo 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 <1th Ave. and 5th St. Linen, Metallic .  and Steel Measuring Tapes From three i'ect to 100 feet. All i(1t special prices. FIyc Dozen Ilish tirade Haws Slightly stained otherwise in first class condition. Do not miss this lot. One hundred Maydoles and Plums highest arade hammers. While they last at 75c to $1.00 Consumers' Hardware Co. RHONE 1212, 6760 ;