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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 9, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta tUMJPEAN PLAN CENTRAL CCMFOflTAELI HOTEL WINDSOR Beit a Day Hotel in Alberta Taylor-made Flour m Pride of Alberta ...and... Mother's Favorite Two Brands with but a single aim--- BETTER BREAD Ready for Preserving This Week KING CHKlntlKS. GOOSK15KKKIKS AM) STRAWBKHKTF.S 31NG CHER DIES. A FINE LOT IN. 20 LB. BOXES. PRICE PER BOX S3.75 YOU SHOULD PRESERVE THESE NOW AS THERE IS NO TELLING HOW SOON THEY WILL BE DONE FOR, BESIDES THE PRICE IS NO HIGHER THAN OTHER YEARS. ARE RECEIVING SOME VERY MCE ONES FROM ONE OF OUR REGULAK SHIPPERS NORTH OF NELSON, B. C. THESE ARE THE FINEST GOOSEBERRIES WE GET FROM ANYWHERE. PUT UP IN CRATES CONTAINING 24 OF THE LARGE OLOOTYLE BASKETS, tff JUST TWICE THC SIZE OF THE STRAWBERRY BASKETS. PRICE PER CRATE AHE ADVISED THE CROP IN B. C. IG ALMOST DONE FOR. IF YOU WANT ANY FOR PRESERVING YOU WILL HAVE TO ACT QUICKLY. OWING TO THE UNCERTAIN CON- CITIONS WE CAIiTTOT QUOTE A DEFINITE PfliCE BUT WILL CHARGE THE LOWEST MARKET PRICt EACH DAY. THE High Class Gi'oce-s Phone 525 "THE POOR LITTLE RICH GIRL" BY ELEANOR GATES, SPECIAL MANY PICKFORD EDITION TRICK S-JP The play is coming lo Slarllnd, July 11th, 12Lh and 13lh. Read the THE KENNY CO., Ltd. Phone 1487 Druggists ana Stationery Next Dallas Kotfft MARKETS Make the MOST of the High Prices by consign- ing Your Grain to SMITH-MURPHY" CO. Yon Trill realize every cent In H for TOO, and Eel your re- turns promptly. WRITE on PHONE Office Phone 1313 Residence Phone 1-W4 N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHRRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDB. TBAYEBS STRONG DOWLER GRAIN and Commisiion Ojr orfBnUiUon If tt yaur igrrice and with our eipw- Jeaca ire aux safely Euarautw to got you Lha beat pricei for ycur grain any time and far 6D7 grade or Idud o[ Phono M 1922 Calgary Office LflthbridiS Rei. 1811 (From Our Travers, July Hastings has moTPd his family here from Calgary Tor Hie summer. ODS of the new garages Is In run- ning artier and gelling a share ot the repair work. .Mr. Lawrence motored lo Granum on Saturday sad also visited Calgary Lefare his return. TYert Welst left Friday lor TYash Inglon. to visit bis sisier and take 3 m on ill's vacation. Naismith anil familj- drove to Lcibbridge on Saturday eveoing, re turning on Holiday.- Among the Calgary Fair visitors from here ivere: Mr. and Mrs. Fogar- ly, Mr. and Mrs. J. Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. G, McCann, Messrs. Holden, Paul- son, Hounds, McPherson, Bray. Mr and Mrs. Buchan also rlsitcd in Vul cau a few days. L Groff ol Medicine Hat, was an over night guest of Mr. en Tuesday, returning oo Wednesday's train. Geo. Frownfeller shipped hogs on Wednesday morning. He also left lor Calgary the same day. Miss Reid Vulcan Is visiting at the Henry Darnett home for a few days. Born on July 3rd to Mr. and Mrs. St. Cyrr a daughter. The family are living at the Grcnlcr term just out ot town. Miss Eva Elliott came Monday lo( 5jiend her vacation, having closed ncr' school term. Mrs. Elliott and son Leonard, and Mrs. McDonald motored ,o Mc-dicine Hat and accompanied her :o Travers, arriving in timp to finish [he celebration at Enchant. Some txLoDSive road ivork Is being planned on the road east and west of Travers. Mr. Wllmot has Ihe ivork in hand. Charles Darnell has a daughter and niece from Onlario who have come lo stay for Ihe summer. Mr. anu Mrs. O, Baughman visllsd friends, rear Carmaneay on Sunday and attended the ball game there on Monday, returning home In the even- Ing. A large delegation Dominion clay a( Enchant and had a splendid time with plenty of amusement, MIB. Ceo. Wilting had the misfor- tune to slip on the stair steps and BUE- talncJ minor hruisea to disable Iier for a week or ten days. Work has commenced on (he new rmircn. The basement and founda- tion are almost completed. Mr. Grenler returned on loday'R train from St. Paul having taken Grenicr there Tor medical aid. Winnipeg, July ivas a fnir demand for wheat from Canadian mill- ers, but offerings were light and few deals ivere eGecled: Prices are hold- lug up and steady In sympathy with the strength of the American Mew York brokers were In the mar- ket for oats as --veil as the govern- ment but there was not much ofTerlns as is usual at the time of the opening. Flai continued) firm in symjialhy with an advance at llulutn. There was lit- He doing In barley. Tradlnfe- generally was slow pending the receipt oE the United States crop report. Winnipeg cash wheat closed 1c beloiv Its prcv ous close kvith the October option lower. Oats also closed lower than Saturday's closing quotations. At i Minneapolis July and September wheat were 4c and 3c 'lower -Tespec- tively. Futures; Winnipeg Paris Green with Great Killing Power It is a waste of time and money to uss Paris Green that isn't full strength. We a brand that Is guaranteed to be of ths highest efficiency in killing power. Ib. package.............25c package........... 45c 1 Ib. package 85c Special Prices on Quantities. The price is slightly advanced over former years, but its use will prove an economy in the end. Oct. 200 July............ 73" Oct............. 603 57T 227V Sept..............191. 190 July............' 205 Sepl............. 192 190} Winnipeg Cash Prices Xo. 1 Xor...22S Xo. 2 Xo. 3 Nor...220 Xo. 4 Xor...20S Xo. 5 Xor.-.lSS N'o. 6 Xor...lCS Feed......... uasis July.................; ...22S August, first half............223 N'o. 2 C. W. No. 3 C. 72 Extra Xo. 1 Feed.............. Xo. i Feed.. 71 Xo. 2 Feed.. GQ Barley- No. 3 ......126 Xo. 4 .....122 Rejected and feed .............Ill Flax- No. 1 X. W. C...............25S% Xo. 2 C. W. 255 Xo. 3 C. W. 240 The Red Cross Drag S'KOME fit. Tn connection with the bread probe j here, the following comparison bc- [Lween bread prices in LslhbrlclEe and Edmonton will prove interesting: Wholesale L'dmor.ton: 12 loaves of ILi pounds for LettjbrirtfjG: 14 loaves of 1 pouuil for 51.00. This Is In the ratio of Edmonton ounces lo Lcthbrfdgc 1124 oz. Retail- 1-Jdinonton; 10 loaves of 1VJ pounds for for.? 1.00 tills is in the ratio ol Edmonton 240 oz. to 192 oz. The Edmonton figures are those published in the Edmonton papers ns having f fleers M'erc elected: Hon. President, Dr. K. Green; president, VY. F. Caiueron; vlre-presldcnt, A. Mis- Let; secretary-treasurer, W. H. Wil- son: executive committee, AVilliam Greaves, H. W. Drew. H. J. McCrcery. (Kroni I f .M MacFhcrson. Geo. llogcrtll, CranbrooV. -B.C.. July Mr. tcr HUM) and B. T. Cooper. Tlio Mrs. Ira K. ulng IcR yesterday [orj cranbrook clly band rendered a pro- ass music, lo tlic dc- Proctor ivliere Jlrs: Manning und cliil- Sr5m o[ LOCALJWARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Track Prfcss Wheat .....207 Oats......G3J Barley Oats Flax Barley LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 8c; choice 22rJ 10054 cows, he ccrn many "examples of oiir pftlll BS monument mafc- crfi. There will Tje (ound crcry hly'le ol mcmorifii from Ihe Blrnp- leat lo IhD most elaborate, arc preparnrt to submit tlealgra any sort of monument or will execute otio already selcct- as you prefer. Consult us freely v.-ithout obligation. Monuinental and Cut Stone Works Mason Risch Limited Balmoral Victor RicordSj VfoV Ins, Accordeona, Sheet Muilo end MucJcal Mall Orders OTvcn CareTul Allcntion. Select hogs, 150 to !bs. Ha Choice killing Eheared. IGc. Choice killing ewes, slipared. DC. DREAK GRGVJND Perls, July troops arc- beginning work on the first section ot Ihe vast aviation training cnmp. Uveiilually this carup will he ablo to accomraodntc iovcral thousand pilots. ANNOUNCEMENTS Sawdnat- All you want Tree by- hauling from Sash nnfl Door Fprtory 175-6 LEMONADE LIME JUICE GINGER WINE ORANGEADE (Concentrated) KEEP A BOTTLE IN THE ICE BOX. A small quantity added to cold Carbonated or plain makes a delicious and healthful sum- mer drink, Oren will spc-isJ the summer. Mr. Man ning. will return lo the city nt thu end of ihcVeek. Mr. EiiU Mrs.' S. RyckniRii am en route to Victoria where they will spcnd'the summer in hopes lhat Mr. Uyckniai) v.ill regain bis lieallh. Edgar Davis and Holit, Eakiti are 2 loaves or 1 pound busily -in-TFirlng the new mill at 'Jaflray iliai the East Kootcimy Lumber Co. are erecting at lhat iioint to replace the one destroyed by fire about a year ago. This nlant is to be hcen Furnished (o Haiina al his request. Controller CITY AND DISTRICT Itstil and c-njoyment of those present. A dance under the auspices ol ibii Fort Slceln Red Cross society was held iri the evening, proving u moat 'cnjoynblu affnlr. Per :33c J. D. Higinbotbm CD 'AlbcrU'i Pjanc tr Druggist installed a which will be seen on the streets hr a few days. Vice-Mayor Commissioner Freeman will be vice- mayor of Letbbridge for the next sis months, according to a resolution jaEscd at (.his niorcinR'a council meet- ing. moilern in every respect, the i of the company having secured the latest iu mill machinery and labor sav- ing devices. When completed the mill will have'a capnclly cif about feet per day.- During Hie lasl fen- days the Cran- brook rtltlrict has been favored with several gentle of rain which" liavc greatly- bcuefiUct! the crops so Ihe present time pros- pects TOT a record, harvest never look- ed heller. b. Lttldlan, formerly with Ihe! I WINNIPEG ST RY. EARNINGS Winnipeg, July statement for May of the Winnipeg Elcclrie. Hallway shows the rollovriug urcs: Gross receipts Kct after operation Nct after Jlxed charges 5. A. Tag Day Success The -Salvation Army lag day Saturday a splendid success. The fiflucri collectors brought In Tlic Consumers' Hdnlwnro Co, have Mercantile Co. ot this city. apent) a few days in the city on business. luj conversation with the Herald corrcti-j pbndenl' Mr." Ltiidlaw stated liiat every j person In-the prairie provinces was' feeling optimistic over future ITOII conditions. Mrs. Rolhwell of Wardner, passca away at the hospilal early Tuesday mornlne aittr a lingering ill- ness extending over "several The body., was. interred .in the Cran- brook cemetery ihis arternoon. The MINE .SWEEPER SUNK Lmirlon, July- British mine- sweeper .struck a, mine and sank In the Mediterranean sea on Saturday. with the probable loss of ten inem- bers of her crew, says an oflictel statement tonight. Died In Wi uicu 111 Mrs. Xnitzeo, of Lethbrldeo. Al- of Ih's lady removes one ol berU, died July 3. in the Oencpl hos- pllal; The fuoeral was held to tlic cemetery of Hebrew Sick Dene- fit Eoelcly, Kildonan. Buys Boilers A. Close 1ms paid the clly f50 as an onllon on four oM boilcr.1 H-JiirJi he ;nay use If he starts a clay products plant here. Mr. Close Is seriously considering such a proposal. The op- tion is good until next November. Superior Supply Co. 2nd Avc. S. and Slreel. MltflNG, BUILDING RAILWAY SUPPLIES ft EQUIPMENT JUDHOPE AriOERSOK AiiD EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANO PLOWS SULKIE3 FORU TRACTOR ATTACH .BUOGIES MENTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS CINDrTR ENSINEC PHONE A BLUE LINE CAP. The sccrclarj1 or Ills Golf Club has received a supply of score cards, 2nd all Tvho wish may procure them from him for 50c jjcr IT >on are qoliig lo Wp.tnrlon I-akoi; UrjuHon's Auto tor rates. Wo r.rc Irvine tf> arrange parties anrl be able to make reasonable rales [or Ihe trip. I'lione 1206. WIDE AWAKEXTRACTOR MEN AND PROGRESSIVE MOTOR- ISTS ARE U3INQ Miracle Oil In their fuel thus greatly In ,creasing power, because carbon Is elfrr.lnatcd, means a substantial saving on the 'Juice' whether It )3 gasoline, kerosene or distillate. FOR SALE AT THE City Vulcanizing Shop Free Air on lha Curb Regulate Auto Traffic Commissioner Triipfiian sugges nt Ihe council that automobile traffic a't Henderson Park .should be under special rules lo aroi.l accidents. The council will it under consid- eration. A Pleasant Trip D A. IMcfclc of the Y.M.C.A.. Is In receipt n post'card from J. G. Roll orison, wlio In conipanj' J.hd RobcrlsOD, Is ranhlng a visit (n Alaska Mr. IJoLerlson speaks very cntlmsla? llcally 01' HID beauties ol the (rip. Moose Meeting Loyal ol Moose Xo. 7H2, rcf lar meeting en Tucsrlay nlglit at o'clock al Hall in the Hlgln botham Ulork.. A largo class to bi Initialed. Ilprrcshmcntg will he acrv cd. Vlslllns Lrolhcra alwnya wcl come-. .he oldest Inhabitants, The annual meet of the Cranbrook llalrict nulomobile asBOciaLlon was lelcl Wednesday afternoon in the" Ms- prEc LoT.-n of Kort Steelc, .amid Ihe scenes of the great, gold rush of the GO'S, when Romo sevcrily-fivG cars 'rnm Craubrook journeyed la leiEhlioring town- The following of- Shirting July "THE FJIOMC'S. OF TJIi: DAY CO." 20 PEOPLE, MOSTLY GIRLS In Musical Stock Comedy and Burlesque Vaudeville Entertain- merit. OFFICE STATIONERY JNDEHWOOD TYPEWRITERS. A tew Just ns good aB now, two col- ored rluuon, tabulator and hack spacer. Prico 4C5.05. Oilo Under- vraod-Typewriler In EOOI! condition, J55.00. One lloynl Typewriter In KooU condition, 73S.GO. CHECK WRITER. We nro the F. E. Chccl! Writer. We carry Moclcl.O In stoch. Price 535.00. IP IT IS FOR THE WILL HAVE IT Everall SlnnoU Block, Franks Ave. and Bib St, 3CHULTZ RITCHIE 817 Third Avenue South A new light or any utlier or sheet metal advise you lo have us rio It al or.ce. Wrisrc atill prepared to oxccuLn all Orders In our first clasn manner al pracUcaHv old prices. The longer you de- lay the surer il In yon will have, lo pay more for Ihe work. THE D1XON SHEET METAL CO. Rear Stafford Block. Lethbrldof, Alia. Sack. Mln-rs Strike Saskatchewan miners on strlk torlay according lo word rcceiverl- hv loenl coal opcralors. Tlie mines al evan and othtr liolnts art; all tln.l up. Ihe men demanding an Increase or 20 percent. They liavd appealed lo the. Dominion, gticvrnmcnt wllllc Hit) opcralor.s haro the government lo tako over tho mines. Wesley Excursion The nr.n'.ial excursion ol Wesley IJible scliool to Crows Xcst and Cole- man, ivlll be lielil on Wednesday. July ISIh. Ihe liolfday In Ihe elty. Tlic special will leave Tr.her and I.olhbrlifgc In the morning, returning in the evening. This excursion lias fllwayn been a one and Ukcly be larEely H. fl. CO. BOAT SANK SUBMARINE A Canadian Port. July vessel of NIC lludEon'3 TJay company Heel, which arrived In port yesterday, sank a German submarine Jn the White aea on June J I: Shells from Ihe luib- inarlne ilfd little damage to the inn'a flay ship, but a well directed shot from (he IfJler alrutk tho null marine nnildahtpfl, and Fnnk (ickkly, none of Iier crew snv oil. Linen, Metallic and Steel Measur- ing Tapes feel to KM) 1'ccl. All prices. Five Grade 3llghtly stalntd In first class condition, Do not this. lot, Onp.hundred MnydoluK ami Plums highest gi'jidc liiiiuniei'.s. While (hey lasl al 7jc to.ijil.OO Consumers' Hardware Co. PI I ON H 12! 2 ;