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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 10, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta Taylor-made Flour * - | Pride oi: Albena Ready for Preserving This Week 1I1X(J CHEKKIEH, GOOKKKEKfilEH AND MTKAWllKKKIEN BING CHERRIES. A FINE LOT IN, ?.0 LB. BOXL9. PRICE PER BOX........................ $3.75 YOU SHOULD PRESERVE THESE NOW AC THE RE IS NO TELLING HOW SOON THEY WILL 3E DONE FOR, BESIDES THE PRICE IS RIGHT, NO HIGHER THAN OTHER YEARS. GOOSEBERRIES.-WE ARE RECEIVING SOME VERY NICK ONE8 FROM ONE OF OUR REGULAR SHIPPERS NORTH OF NELSON. B. 0. THESE ARE THE FINEST GOOSEBERRIES WE GET* FROM /> NYWHERE. PUT UP IN CRATES CONTAINING 24 OF THE LARGE OLD8TYLE BASKETS. ^ 1 STRAWBERRIES.-WE ARE ADVISED THE CROP IN B. C. IS ALMOST DONE FOR. IF YOU WANT ANY FOR PRESERVING YOU WILL HAVE TO ACT QUICKLY. OWING TO THE UNCERTAIN CONDITIONS WE CANfJOT QUOTE A DEFINITE PRICE BUT WILL CHARGE THE LOWEST. MARKET PRICE EACH DAY. THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers - Phone 525 | Two Brands with | but a single aim--- BETTER BREAD MARKETS THE POOR LITTLE RICH GIRL" BY ELEANOR GATES, SPECIAL MARY PICKFORD EDITION PRICE - 85c The play is coming to Starland, July 11th. 12th and 13th. Read the - book first. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1487 Druggists and Stationer* 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 get your returns promptly. WRITE CR PHONE Office Phone 1313 Residence Phone 1484 N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. APOLOGY MADE FOR NONAPPEARANCE STRONG & D9WLER GRAIN and Commission Merchants CalB�ry-Edmonton- Latftbridge Our entire organization la at your service and with our experience we can safely guarantee to set you tho best prloes for your grain at any time a&4 tar any grade or kind of grain. Phone M 1922 Calgary \ Per Office 1865 LethbHdge J Quota-Use. 1811 Lelhbrldgs) tlona. m Our Agents who are In yeur district j. A. CUMMING Lethbrtdga Manager SASKATOON MAN MADE INDUSTRIAL COMMISSIONER Windsor, Ont., July S.- James Sclanders of Saskatoon has been appointed industrial commissioner for the Canadian board of municipalities of Windsor and other nearby municipalities. GERARD RESIGNS Tn connection with the advertisements which recently appeared in the press asking horse owners to show for inspection by the French Commission at Letlibridge and other points, Mr. John Taylor and Mr. George Ross wish to apologize to the parties interested, for the failure to carry out the inspection. It has just been learned through correspondence with the 'contractors, that the American government had commandeered the boats which the French Commission had engaged, so consequently it was useless to go ahead with the buying. The contractors appreciate the trouble and annoyance that must have been caused, not only to Messrs. Ross and Taylor, but also to the ranchers in this district as well, and trust that full allowance will be made for the fact that the vessels were required by the United States government for food supplies, which was an urgent war necessity. BOYER AGAINST; BOYCE FOR Ottawa, July S.-in a dispatch sent out from here Friday showing those who voted for the second reading of the Military Service bill and those who voted against same. A. C. Boyce, of West Algoma. was Included among the latter, while the name of G. Boyer, of Vatidreuil, was credited with a vote in favor. These should have been reversed. A. C. Boyce having voted for the second reading and G. Boyer against. Winnipeg. Man.. July 10.-Winnipeg October wheat opened and closed l%c higher than yesterday's close with little trading. July Oats opened slightly under yesterday's final quotations and closed 2%c higher. October closed 2%c higher and December l%c better. July barley closed at unchanged from yesterday. July flax closed showing a gain of 5^c. October closed lc better and December quoted for the first time today closed lc down from the opening. Minneapolis wheat closed 2c lower for July and Vjc higher for September. Favorable crop reports did not have a bearish effect on the market as expected. Prices indicated that the trade generally took an opposite view. Seaboard reports show a fair demand for cash oats and difficulty of getting them at loading western points There was a good demand for cash wheat at from 2 to 4 cents higher than yesterday. Oats were also in strong demand> at better prices, but there was little offering of either of these grains. There were some bids for flax on a rising market but there were no offerings; barley buyers were in evidence without any sellers. Futures ~~ Winnipeg Wheat- Oct............. 197>,� Oats-July ............ 73 Oct............. 61U Dec............. 5S?8 Flax-July............ 262% Oct............. 2G6% Minneapolis- July...........-r 229 Sept............. - Chicago- July............ 20-Ui Sept............. 191 Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat-No. 1 Nor...230 No. 2 Nor. No. 3 Nor...22-1 No. 4 Nor. No. 5 Nor... IS!) No. 6 Nor... 170 Feed.....................128 Oats- 197& 74 U B2% 59 Vz 264'I 225'A 1901-2 203K, 191 " .212 Paris Green with Great Killing Power It is a waste of time and money to use Paris Green that isn't full strength. We have a brand that is guaranteed to be of the highest efficiency in killing power. 14 lb. package .............25c i '2 lb. package ........... 45c 1 lb. package ............. 85c Special Prices on Quantities. The price Is slightly advanced over former years, but Its use will prove an economy in the end. HALF HOLIDAY IS " STARTING JULY 11 Tomorrow is the first Wednesday half holiday. The merchants who will close during July and August aro as follows: Mil. UNKHS- Miss McLoay. Miss i Cameron, Miss Johnston, Miss Tilney, Miss Scott. GROCKRIt:S - Ceo. Korr & Co., The Good Co., H. A. McKtllop Co., L. C. Teeple, A. 10. Kinnear. Tickner Co., Win. Cain, Supina Mercantile Co., Allan M. Ritchie, J. and A. Johnston, MAYOR DENIES T Tke Red Cross Drag & Book Co., United PHONE S6�. No. 2 C. W. 74 Vii Extra No. 1 Feed No.-3 C. W. No. 1 Feed.. Barlev- No. 3 ......128 73% 7:i% 2% No. 2 Feed., 70% No. 4 , .123'i | Rejected and Feed ............112 Flax-No. 1 N. W. C.................259 H No. 2 C. W. 260Vi No. 3 C. W. 245y. Washington, July 9.-James W. Gerard, former ambassador to Germany, has resigned from the diplomatic service and returned 'to private life. His resignation was accepted some time go though the fact was not allowed to become known until today . Mason & Risch Limited Balmoral Block Lethbrldge Vlctrotae, Victor Records, VleW Ins, Accordeons, Sheet Musle and Musical Merchandise. Mall Orders Glvsn Careful Attention, Plumbing, Gas, Steam and :-: Hot Water Fitting :-: PRESSURE SYSTEMS FOR FARM HOMES Knapman Plumbing & Heating Co. 710 FIFTH AVE. S. PHONE 1892 LOCAL MARKETS Grain St Livestock Prices Track Prices ".Vaflor- Prieea Wheat .....209 Wheat .....205 Oats......63% Oats......59^ Flax......- Flax......229 Barley ..... - Barley .....100^ LIVESTOCK PRICES Choico steers, 8c; choice cows, 7c. Select hogs, 150 to 250 lbs. 14c. Choice killing wethers, sheared 10c. Choico killing ewes, sheared, 9c. ANNOUNCEMENTS Sawdust. All you want free by hauling from Sash and Door Factorv. 175-6 If you are going to Waterton Lakes see Boulton's Auto Livery for rates. Wo are trying to arrange parties and may be abl� to make reasonable rates for the trip. Phone 1206. 176-2 Cheap Potatoes Your potatoes will bo "going cheap" if you don't get after the Potato Bugs which are "going strong" just now. PARIS GREEN is the medicine. We carry it in half and one pound cans and 25, 50, and 100 pound drums. J. D. Higinbotham & Co i K. B. Morden. | Rl'TCHKHS-P. Burns ,v Co.. Do-| million Meat .Market, Palace Meat j .Market, Independent Meat Market, (Westminster Moat Market. I HA1U)\VARK-Hayr Hardware Co., ;The Consumers Hardware Co., Hick Sehl, The Taylor Hardware Co., Hart I Hardware Co., G. Z. Olander. I BOOTS AND SHOES-J. liuffner, 11. G. Kilnov. DRY GOODS-The Simpson Co., Rvlands Co.. Clarke Co. MEN'S CLOTHING AND FUR-N1SH1NG-I.. Keel. McKeivie & Mc-| Gutre, W. B. Kester Co.. The Itoyal Store, McLend Bros.. M. Goodman, II. Flcnstein, A. Williamson. Hennessey and Wilson, S. Kousky. TAILORS-T. C. Ridpath, F. Thaol, The Scotland Woollen Milling Co. CLEANING AND PRESSSING-D, The Tailor, City Dye Works, The i Valet. I HARNESS AND SADDLERY- The I Alberta Saddlcrv, The City Harness 1 Shop. | JEWELERS- Armstrong and Ra- ; worth. A. E. Ewert. R. A. Wright. j PIANOS-Mason & Risch. Assini- boia Music Co., Willis Pianos, Con-j 8*?v he Hudson's Bag Campanula Limited Alberta's Pioneer Druggist** Tke 3feflp4& J*o9* Wholesale and retail chemists ' TELEPHONE NO. s22 E J The DeWoolf Variety Storo, comer I 4th Ave. and nth St., is going out of j buslines:). The business Is for sale j and the goods aro being sold in lots to I suit, retail, or the wholo stock. 177-2 Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. S. and 13th Street. MINING, BUILDING 4. RAILWAY SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH- BUGGIES MENTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATOR8 BINDER ENGINEC PHONE 1725-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR 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 subetantial saving on the 'juice' whether it is gasoline, kerosene or distillate. FOR SALE AT THE City Vulcanizing Shop Free Air on the Curb SCHULTZ * RITCHIE 817 Third Avenue South CITY AND DISTRICT Going to Stampede W. J. Stokes and wife of Calgary are in the city on their way to tho Stampede at Medicine Hat. For Chautauqua The advance agent for the Chautauqua will arrive in the city Thursday. On Thursday evening a public meeting will be held in the Board of Trade building when arrangements will be explained. Next Monday evening a Rpecial meeting of the trades and labor council will be held in the Trados Temple to discuss the statement, of President Walters on conscription. Owing to the discussion among labor men of the Dominion- urging a general strlko in the event that conscription of wealth dqes not precede conscription of men, the meeting next Monday night will be most important to local labor men. The trades council meeting lust night severely condemned the city council for failure to widely advertise the vote on tho Y.M.C.A. bylaw. Opinions were expressed that if the ratepayers as a whole had known that the bylaw was to be voted on (on July 4th, tho opposition would have been prepared and the nimmure would have been defeated. The blame Is all laid at the doov of ihe, oUy commissioners. � Officers of the trades council for the ensuing half year are: Fred Smefid, president; Chas. Peacock, vice-president, and A. B. Kilmer, nee-rotury, all' of whom wore re-elected. Fined For Fighting The sequel of a quarrel involving family matters was heard in police eourt this morning before Magistrate Elton when Pete Cotavas and George Ingram were arraigned on a charge of fighting on the street last Sunday night. The quarrel at one time threatened serious proportions until tho police stepped in. Both the accused were lined $5 and costs. Cancel P*ullmans Owing to the fact thai, the Calgary Auto Club is going to the Stampede at Medicine Hat via Letlibridge, and that so many members of the Letlibridge Lodge of Klkfi -are also members of (he Auto Club urMl so aro going with the Calgary agregution, it has betau deemed advisable by the committee in charge of arrangements to enncol the reservation for special Pullmans. The secretary Is prepared to refund all money advanced by members for this trip. It is not generally known that it is the Medicine Hat Elko Lodge which is putting on this Stampede, and that special preparations have been made by them for the entertainment of their guests from Letlibridge. Kvery Elk is particularly requested to call and register at the Elks Home there. WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. ~P110NE 762 OFFICE STATIONERY UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS. A few just as good as now, two colored ribbon, tabulator and back spacer. Prico $Gti.0O. One Underwood Typewriter In good condition, ?C5.00. Ono Royal Typewriter in good condition, $38.00. CHECK WRITER. We arc agents for the P. & B. Check Writer. Wa carry Model C in stock. Prico $",5.00. IF IT IS FOR THE OFFICE-WE WILL HAVE IT Ever all & Fr a nk s Sinnott Block, Corner 4th Ave. and 5th St. r'TH?Tttal THREE YEARS FOR BAD MAN Brandon, Man., .Inly 0-Throe years in the penitentiary was the penalty meted out to'.lohn Tkachyl, who was found guilty by .Midge Cumberland on Saturday of robbing a store. liy means of his finger prints the Identity of the man had boon established as that of an alien enemy with a' most' eventful criminal record. Ilo-I'oi'c coming to Brandon he had operated with doubtful success at ICrt-monton and Calgary and had served two year* in the peiiReiilliu-y at Kd-nwitoii ftn house breaking. Linen, Metallic .. and Steel Measuring Tapes From'three feet to 100 feet. All at special prices. Five Dozen High Grade Saws Slightly stained otherwise in first class condition. Do not miss this lot. One hundred Maydoles and Plums highest grade hammers. While they last at 75c to $1.00 Consumers' Hardware Co* PHONE 1212 ;