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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE it I.ETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beit $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta Tea Garden Preserves, Marmalade, Jellies, Apple Butter, Etc. Nothing we have ever been able to buy is quite to tatty or put up quite as'nlce at the TEA GARDEN GOOD8 are. That Is the reason we Keep on bringing In more because the people demand them. The prices are very reasonable for so fine a quality. We have a fresh shipment Just In. 8trawberry, Raspberry, Loganberry and Blackberry Preserves. All put uo in 16 ounce bottles. Per bottle............................... 40c Quince Jelly, 8 ounce bottles ................ 25c Orange and Grape Fruit Marmalade, in 16 ounoe bottles. Price per bottle ..................35c Apple Butter, in � 18 ounce bottles. Price per bottle ................................... 35c FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES FOR THE WEEK END. WE HAVE A FINE ASSORTMENT AT LOWEST MARKET PRICE8. 8UMMER DRINKS AND COOKED MEATS, SO MUCH IN DEMAND AT THE PRE8ENT TIME. LIME JUICE, GRAPE JUICE, LEMON JUICE, CONCENTRATED JUICES, LEMONADE POWDER, ETC. COOKED BOILED HAM, PORK, VEAL LOAF AND CORNED BEEF. THE GOOD CO. High Glass Grocers. Phone 525 "THE POOR LITTLE RICH GIRL" BV ELEANOR GATES, SPECIAL MARY PICKFORD COITION PRICE - 85c Tk* play ks coming to Starland, July 11th, 12th and 13th. Read the J book first - ^ THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 14S7 Druggists and Stationers Next Dallas Hotsl Make the MOST of the High Prices by consigning Your Grain to SMITH-MURPHY & CO. You will realize every cent in it (or you, and get your returns promptly. WRITE OR PHONE V Office Phone 1313 Residence Phone 1484 M. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG.   EXPECT SUSPECTS TO SURRENDER. STRONG & DOWLER GRAIN anal Commission Merchants Calaary-CdmentOR-Lstharlda* Our satire organisation la at your service sad with oar experience we can ssiely guaraata* to eet you the best prices Bar your grain at any time ana tor any grade or ldn4 of graia. Far Qtiatav Phena M 1922 Calgary Office ISM. Lethbrldge Rea. 1811 LethbrMge 8e� Our Agents who are In yeur dujtriot. J. A. OUMMINQ Lotttbriafl* Manager ?  * < Calgary, July 12.-The possible surrender of the murder suspects who have been chased ovar the Hardlsty country during the past thrfee days by armed posses, appeared more certain last night than at any time since the first clue to the Duncan murder came to light GREAT SUCCESS ON T COAL CARDS. Copenhagen, July 11.-Coal cards I have been introduced in Berlin In or-; der to regulate tho winter supply. ! Apartments with heating stoves will ibe limited to a quarter of ton per , room and a maximum of a ton and a ' half for more than five rooms. Steam ! heated houses will be limited to half f of last year's supply. Berlin, July 12, via London.-A series of British trenches near Monchy was stormed yesterday and a large number of prisoners were taken, the war office announces. The statement follows: "Army Group of Prince Rupprecht: The attack of the marine infantry on Tuesday (near the coast of Belgium) represents a magnificent success. The enemy was unable to deliver any counter-attacks. The artillery fighting was heavier yesterday In Flanders, especially south-east of Ypres. On the Artois front and Lens and Bullecourt, we carried out several reconnoitering enterprises. "Near Monchy troops of a Hansel-tic regiment made several successful attacks. "Army Group of Duke Albrecht: Nothing of importance occurred." WIDE AWAKE TRACTOR MEN AND PROGRESSIVE MOTOR I8T8 ARE USING Miracle Oil In thsir fuel thus greatly increasing power, because carbon la eliminated, which means a substantial saving on the 'juice' whether gasoline, kerosene or distillate. FOR SALE AT THE City Vulcanizing Shop Free Air on the Curb Winnipeg, July 12.-Winnipeg October wheat closed unchanged from previous close. Winnipeg July oats opened \i cents lower and closed % cents lower. October closed ?4 cent lower and December was 1H cents down. July flax closed 4 cents higher, October closed �4 cent higher and December closed 2 cents higher. July barley closed unchanged. Minneapolis July closed 9^4 cents higher, September 2 cents higher. Cash wheat jumped 6 certs on the local market today on a big* demand from exporters and millers and under the influence of higher prices in the south. There was not a great volume of business transacted and offerings were fair. Cash oats were also in active demand with small jjterlngs. There was considerable trading in oats futures with prices a fraction off in sympathy with Chicago, where the fixing of the maximum price for new crop deliveries caused a little depression. For October delivery 200 was bid for wheat without any. seUexs-appearing. Flax took another Jump, and advanced considerably. No offerings were brought out by the advance. There was some demand for barley but, no offerings. Winnipeg Cash Prices, 1 Wheat- v !No. 1 Nor...240 No. 2 Nor!. .237 No. 3 Nor.. .234 No. 4 Nor...222 No. 5 Nor... 199^ No. 6 Nor... 180 Feed ......................133 Basis contract-Wheat, July 240; August 235. Futures. Winnipeg Wheat- , October....... Oats-July ......... . October....... December...... Flax-July .......... October...... Minneapolis- July.......... September .... . Chicago- July .......... September .... . 200 200 74% 63^ 03 59% 59% 278 2 80'4 274% 277% 235 237% 192 204 204 192 192% LOCAL MARKETS Grain &Umtock Prices Track Prices Wheat .....219 Oats......64% Flax......- Barley Wagor. Prices Wheat .....209 Oats......61 Flax......240 Barloy .....100% SCHULTZ & RITCHIE 817 Third Avenue South EXCURSION STEAMER GOES DOWN Ortonville, Minn., July 11.-Seven persons are believed to have lost their lives last night when the excursion steamer Muskegon went down on Big Stone lake, near here, during a'heavy storm. Two of the nine persons known to have been on thp boat were found lying on the shore of the lake. Hastily organized searching parties late last night had failed to find any trace of the others and it is regarded as certain that they were drowned. Mason & Risck Limited Balmoral Block Lsthbrtdgs LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 8c; choice cows, Select hogs, 150 to 250 lbs. 14c. Choice icilling wethers, sheared 10c. Choice killing ewes, sheared. 9c. Vlctrolaa, Victor Records, VloV Ins, Acoordeons, Shsst Musis and Musical Merchandise, Mall Ordsrs Given Cartful Attention. 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 MENT8. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATOR8 BINDER ENGINEC � ' ' PHONE 1725-TAKE.A BLUE LINE CAR " IN MEMORIAM. In loving memory of our dear son anil brother, Private John Cunningham, 1st, 4th H. S. F., killed at the Dardanelles, 12th July, 1915, aged 34 years. It may be a soldier's honor, At his country's call to fall, But we cannot think of tho glory, WMh tho sorrow it's caused us all. Tho hardest part is yet to come When the warriors return, And we miss amongst the cheering / crowd. The face of him we loved. Inserted by his father, mother, brothers and sisters. ANNOUNCEMENTS Sawdust. All you want free by hauling from Sash and Door Factory. 175-6 A dance will bo held in the K. of P. hall Saturday, July 14. Everybody welcome. A good time assured. Gents 75c, ladles free. 179-2 BORN. OASCADDEN-To Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Cascadden, of Great Falls, Mont., on July 9th, a son, John Bryson. TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION IMPOUNDED-in the East Pound, City, since the 7th Inst., one steer, blue roan, branded M E under bar on left shoulder, Y G under entetnt on (aft hip, three years old; also Impounded in the West Pound, City, since the 6th inst., one red steer', branded P 8 on left hip, 121 on right ribs. Wm. Hardy, Chief Conutuble. 179-3 FOR TAN AND SUNBURN : It costs you only 25c and is a lot better than some selling at four times the price. The oxyoen in it simply renews the life of the skin. It won't grow hair. It is not gieasy and the pot is a real ornament. The Red Cross Drug & Book Co., Linted PHONE fM. A Dainty Something Which defies definition but is so subtle 'and seductive that it gives great delight, is a marked characteristic of BOUQUET JEANICE -The perfume that has become so popular with the discriminating perfume users as to make It necessary to use it in other toilet requisites. -Part of its dainty appeal is in-its very lasting qualities; part in the fact that It brings to you the dellciously combined odors of the tube-rose, tho violet, the heliotrope, the geranium, the jasmine and other choice flowers- all of which are delightfully blended in Bouquet Jeanice. The ounce $1.00 J. D. Higinbotham & Co -- Limited � Alberta's Pioneer. Draiglsta.* The Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 122 Some of the Finest Tin and Sheet Metal Work in this section was done by us. We mention this to show our versatility, as our1 jobbing and repair work is widely known for the satisfaction it gives and the reasonableness of( our prices, Whether your Job is small or large, we will give you the biggest dollar for dollar vatue to be found anywhere in our line. THE DIXON SHEET METALCb. Rear Stafford Block. Lethbridga, AJta. ==========iB^~ VITAL MATTER TO A matter of vital importance to every business man in Lethbridge is coming up at the general meeting of the board of trade this evening, and it is of the utmost importance to the interests of every man in business here that he be present at the meeting. It is most emphatically urged that every one who can find it possible to be in attendance do so. CITY AND DISTRICT A. O. F. Meeting. Court Unity, A. O. F., hold their regular monthly meeting tonight in Burgman.'s Hall at S o'clock. Goes to Fernie. J. E. .Tarvis of the Lethbridge hotel has gone to Fernie, where coir/lning business with pleasure, he will look into his hotel interests. Nearing Completion. The new Studebaker Garage on 0th Street Is rapidly nearing completion, and will be open for business in a few days. The new garage will be conducted under the name of the Graham Motor Co. Orangemen's Day Today is the day the Orangeman celebrates, July 12th. No celebration is being staged by" local Orangemen but the L. O. B. A., the ladies' Orange organization, are holding u picnic at Henderson Park lake. { No School Board Meeting. I Owing to tho fact that several mem-i bers were out of town the school J board failed to hold thoir regular i monthly meeting yesterday. A spe-| cial meeting will be called however, in the course of a few days. TAX CERTIFICATE PLAN JUSTIFIED Calgary, July 12.-The (ax certificate scheme adopted by Calgary has � already Justified itself, it lias been I estimated that as a result of the approaching sale of tax certificates ast much money has been paid in for tax arrears as Edmonton raised by the tax sale after all the expensive advertising. Yesterday $21,000 was received, and during the eight days from July 3 to July U. inclusive, approximately $115,000 of the arrears have been paid. This is more than received in the preceding six months. A meeting of several loan companies doing business in tho city was held recently, at which City Solicitor Ford, Aid. Adshend and Cily Clerk Miller were asked to be present. Mr. Ford explained tho scheme from a legal point, and the whole matter was discussed. As a result the loan companies have "beeti'paying up the taxes on the properties in which they are interested. Many private individuals arc also hastening to protect their property from the tax certificate sale. Those who were opposed to the scheme are now indorsing it. LcthbririgeliAK the same tax .certificate legislation as Calgary, but the commissioners have delayed putting It Into offect until aftbr seeing whnt Calgary's success with the plan was. Safety First Casey-Can your wife cook as good as your mother used to, Pat? Mulligan-She cannot; but Oi never mention it. She can throw considerable better.-Boston Transcript. Studio Closed During July Owing to Mr. Allison's absence from the city the studio will be cioaed during the month of July. We will, however, maintain our service in making Passport Photos Which will be given customers promptly. Mlison'sPhoio Studio BALMORAL BLOCK A Strong Speaker. Rev. C. M. Xeve of tho United | States, opened a series of meetings laBt night at 5th Ave. north Baptist I church, before- a good sized oongrega-i tiou. He is known in the U. S. as the "Cyclone" preacher. Mooting again tonight at 8 o'clock. Tobacco to Minors Georgo Atia, an Italian storekeeper on the north side, was up before Magistrate Elton this morning charged with selling tobaoco to minors on Sat-day last. He admitted that he had done so but did not know that It was an. offense against the law.' He was fined $5 and costs. Plumbing, Gas, Steam and :-: Hot Water Fitting :-: PRESSURE SYSTEMS FOR FARM HOME* Knapman Plumbing & Heating Co. 710 FIFTH AVE. S. PHONE 1892 Going to Waterton. ;jt)n Sunday morning next, tho older botfs and girls of Knox church leave foi Waterton Lakes, where tlioy will hold a summer camp for two weeks. .Mr. and .Mrs. Ainsworth are in charge of tb.e party which promises to be a huge* success. For Patriotic Fund. < The Hon. Treas. It. J. It. Patorson, icknowledgos tho receipt of $-12.00 from Diamond City Lodge, I.O.O.K., being proceeds of a dance field there on June 29th; also $-1.00 from St. Aloysius' Convent, F. C. J., bolng ;"i per cent, of the proceeds of concert given by tlio Convent children on Juno 27th. OFFICE STATIONERY UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS. A few just as good us new, two colored ribbon, tabulator and back spacer. Price $05.00. One Underwood Typewriter in good condition, $55.00. Ono Uoyal 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 & Franks Sinnott Block, Corner 4th Ave. and 6th St. Hold Installation, On Friday ovonlng, .Tula; 13, a Joint installation will be held by Lethbridge Lodge No. 2 and Viaduct Lodge No. 53, I. O. O. F., in the Oddfellows hall, when the officers wilt bo Installed for the coming term. All membors are requested to be present. Refreshments will be served. Visiting members welcome. "Y" Camp. Boys! Do not forget I ho big Y. M. C. A. summer camp at Coleman next month. ThlB event forms a ram opportunity for securing a splondid holiday at a nominal cmt. The activities will include fishing, swimming, boating, hikeB, mountain cllm' ing, baseball and other games, camp fire stunts, and^Jiroe square meals a day. TRY A HERALD WANT AD Charged With Assault In A.P.!?. court beforo Magistrate niltou, Gus Lind was committed for trial on a charge of assault iald by Geo. Knudson, a farmer In tho Coal-dale district. Ai.cording to tho evidence tho two quarrelled and Lind is alleged to have hit Knudson, who is 70 years of ago, with a chain, Inflicting painful Injuries. Lind was allowed out on $1000 ball, 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 Msiydoles and Plums highest grade hummers. While they last at 75c to $1.00 Consumers9 Hardware Co. PHONE 1212 ;