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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta jttOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR --- i i..... in.ii ml ii i m_amm Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberts Tea Garden Preserves, Marmalade, Jellies, Apple Butter, Etc. Nothing we have ever been able to buy it quite to GOODS are. That l� the reason we keep on bring prices are very reasonable for to fine a quality. We Strawberry, Raspberry, Loganberry and Blackberry Preservet. All put up in 16 ounce bottles. Per bottle ............................... 40c Quince Jelly, 8 ounce bottle3 ................25c FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES FOR THE W LOWEST MARKET PRICES. SUMMER DRINKS AT THE PRESENT TIME. LIME JUICE, GRAPE J LEMONADE POWDER, ETC. COOKED BOILED H tatty or put up quite at nice as the TEA GARDEN ing more because the people demand them. The have n freth thlpment jutt In. Orange and Grape Fruit Marmalade, in 16 ounce bettlet. Price per bottle ..................35c Apple Butter, In 18 ounce bottlet. Price per bottle .................................... 35c EEK END. WE HAVE A FINE ASSORTMENT AT AND COOKED MEAT8, SO MUCH IN DEMAND UICE, LEMON JUICE, CONCENTRATED JUICES, AM, PORK, VEAL LOAF AND CORNED BEEF. THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers Flume 525 "THE POOR LITTLE RICH GIRL" BY ELEANOR GATES, SPECIAL MARY PICKFORD EDITION PRICE - 85c The'comina to Starland, July 11th, 12th and 13th. Read the book first. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Druggists and Stationer* Phone 1487 Nsxt Dalla* Hotel Make the MOST of the High Prices by consigning Your Grain to SMITH MURPHY & CO. You will realize every cent In it for yea, and set your returns promptly. WRITE OR PHONE Office Phone 1J13 Residence Phone 1484 N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. MANURING MAFtKfcT GARDEN CROPS. MARKETS STRONG 6 DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Merchants C�l(�nr-^4!�lm�nten->Lathferlt1f� Our entire organisation It at your aervloe and with oar experience we can safely guars ajt- to get you the best prices toe your grain at any time ant far any grate or kta4 ot amla. Ptiena M 19tz Calgary I Car OfTloe 1M6 LeUibrMae ( Quata-Rea. 1811 Lethbridge) tiaaa. Swa Our-Agents who�ara In yaur UftsleC J, A. CUMN+NQ LathkriAga U. 8. RAILROADS NATIONALIZED Baltimore, Md.. July 11.-Daniel Willard, chairman ot the committee � on transportation of the national council of defense, in an interview ; declared that the American railroads have at last been nationalized for war purposes and are working as one sys- ' tern during the present crisis. A little brochure lias just been issued by the Agricultural Department at Ottawa, and that can be had free by addressins-Ahe Publications Branch of'the' Department, for which, at a time when universal attention is being paid to vegetable gardening, there should be a large demand. It is entitled "The Manuring of Market Garden Crops, with special reference to the Use of Fertilizers," has for its authors Frank T. Shutt, M. A., D. Sc., Dominion Chemist and B. Leslie Em-slle, C. D. and A., F. C. S., and is Bulletin Xo. o2 . (Second Series) of the Diviaion of Chemistry. As the title suggests, the bulletin is , intended mainly for the information of market gardeners, but seeing that the rules for the cultivation of the soil and the seeding and growing of vegetables and plants are common to all, its contents are really of general import, despite the fact also that a good deal of attention is paid to barnyard manure. The importance of manure in market gardening can scarcely be over-estimated, the bulletin rightly remarks, adding "Stable manure has been and probably always will be the main standby of the market gardener. From this, the Bulletin goes on to tell of manure and composition of manure and of its influence. The nature and use of lime and its compounds next receive attention, follow-; ed by a disquisltiota on commercial i fertilizers, their composition and methods of application. In this connection the section devoted to Pot-assic Fertilizers is especially interesting and valuable. Advice with elaborate tables is given on the value of different fertilizers, and, finally, and fruits. An appendix gives the requirements of special crops, in which are included all kinds of vegetables and fruits . An appendix gives the results of experiments in fertilization wtlh carrots, turnips, parsnips, celery, onions, tomatoes and peas. I WIDE AWAKE TRACTOR MEN AND PROGRESSIVE MOTORISTS ARE USING Miracle Oil In their fuel thus greatly increasing power, because carbon It eliminated, which meant a aubttantlal aaving on the 'juice' whether it it gasoline, kerosene or distillate. FOR SALE AT THE City Vulcanizing Shop Free Air on the Curb SCHULTZ 4.~rTtCHIE 817 Third Avenue South Winnipeg. Man., July 13.-Trading in the pit today was practically confined to cash wheat and oats, for which there was a continuation ot the recent good demand. There were bids for all grades of wheat, and there were no changes in price. A premium of %c was paid for No.'l C. W. oats and there was a specially keen demand for No. 2 tough' and Extra No. 1 feed. Offerings were light. Decreasing stocks in the interior elevators tend to keep prices firm. Saskatoon and Moose Jaw were in the market for oats. There was considerable dealing in futures. There was little doing in barley and prices were/j off 4 to 5 cents from last quotations. There was a demand for flax; little was offered in the cash market, and values were considerably higher,\\'in-nipeg October wheat " again closed unchanged from the previous close. Winnipeg July oats closed Ifac down. October %c lower and December %c off. July flax 4^ic up," October 2ViC higher and December 2c up. July barley closed oc lower. Minneapolis wheat closed 5hic higher for'July and 1]/2C up for September. Futures Winnipeg Wheat- Oct............. Oats-July ............ Oct............. Dec............. Flax-July ............ Oct............. Minneapolis- July............ Sept. .-........... Chicago- July............ Sept............. Winnipeg Cath Wheat-No. 1 Nor... 240 No. 3 Nor... 234 No. 5 Nor.. .199V- Feed............ Basis Contract- July.......... August........ Oats-No. 2 C. W. 75% Extra No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed.. 72?8 Barley- No. 3 ......126 Rejected and feed Flax- No. 1 N. W. C. .. No. 2 C. W. 282 No. No. No No No. No 200 200 75Vi 74% 63% 62% 60 59>4 282 285 275 280 240 243 - 193% _ 203 - 194% Prices 2 Nor.. .237 4 Nor.. .222 6 Nor.. .180 ........ .135 .240 ...... .233 . 3 C. W. 74% ......... . 74% . 2 Feed. � 70% . 4 ..... .122 .110 No. .........286 3 C. W. 267 ITALIAN CROPS. LOCAL MARKETS Grain & Livestock Prices Rome, July 12.-Crop prospects in Italy are promising. Wheat everywhere is up to the average and in the south is unusually good. Potatoes which have been planted in increased quantities, are also good. Vines and olive trees are unaffected 1>y any disease and, barring injury from weather, there should be an excellent vintage and an abundant crop of olives. Rice fields are also satisfactory. On the whole the situation, notwithstanding exceptional conditions and incidents due to the war, is most encouraging. Wngor. Prices Wheat .....215 Oats......01 Flax.......245 Barley .....100 cows, THE "HUSH" BOATS. London, Juy 12.-With regard to the mystery that some writers have called the "hush boats," and the part they are playing in the war, the Chronicle quotes a correspondent as follows: "It was a hush boat that carried Balfour across tiie Atlantic. She is the prido of the navy, the greatest ship of the fleet, and she made the trip in something under six days- how, I won't say." Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. 8. and 13th Street. MINING. BUILDING & RAILWAY SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT TUOHOPI ANDERSON AND EMERSON farm IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH- BUGGIES MENTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINDER ENGINEC 1 PHONE 1726-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR Track Prleea Wheat .....219 Oats......64.: Flax......- Barley ..... - _......, ... LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 8c; choice 7c. Select hogs, 150 to 250 lbs. 14c. Choice killing wethers, Bheared 10c. Choice killing ewes, sheared, 9c. GIRL SPURNS CHANCE FOR LIFE New York, July 11.-Ruth Cruger spurned a chance to Bave her life by giving a pledge to keep silent about the attack on her by Alfredo Cocchl, according to additional details of the murderer'H confession made public here tonight by District Attorney Swann. When the high school girl continued to scream for help, Cocchi is quoted as having said, he struck her three blows on the head, which killed her. The grand jury investigation of police negligence in connection with the case was continued today. It was said that this inquiry also would include a thorough sifting of all evidence of "white slavery" in this city. ANNOUNCEMENTS Sawdust. , All you want free by hauling from Sash and Door Factory. 175-6 A dance will be held in the K. of P. hall Saturday, July 14. Everybody welcome. A good time assured. Cents 7Gc, ladies free. % 179-2 Union men, don't forget the special meeting of the Lethbridge Trtidou and Labor Council on Monday night at 8 p.m., to discuss "Conscription." .. 130-1 FOR TAN AND SUNBURN : : USE It costs you only 25c and is a lot better than some selling at four times the price. The oxygen in it simply renews the life of the skin, it . won't grow hair. It is not greasy and the pot is a real orrVament. The Red Cross Drag & Bsok Co., Limited PHONE est. Toilet Waters The hot weather makes one think of cool refreshing Toilet Waters. We have them in great variety. VIOLET, HELIOTROPE, LAVENDER,. ROSE, ARBUTUS, ETC., ETC. And a full line of Roger & Gallet't, Piver's, 'Atkinson's Extracts and Cologne; Waters. J. D. Higinbothara & Co Limited 'Alberta's Pioneer Druggist*'* The Wholetale and ratal! ehemltta TELEPHONE NO. S2� ARE VERY ACTIVE (By the Canadian Overseas Correspondent). Canadian Army Headquarters, July) 13.-There has been a marked increase again in aerial activity along the Canadian front. The enemy aviators have been coming over more frequently. One especially swooped down on our posts in Avion and engaged its occupants with his machine gun. Two enemy planes were brought down within our line yesterday. One of the I occupants of the downed machine was j killed and tttr other severely wounded. They doubtless were the two enterprising ones who had been using a machine gun on our men. THE REVIVAL OF KU8SIA ............ CITY AND DISTRICT Card6ton Visitor J. Y. Card of Cardston, is a business visitor in the city today. 1 Returns From Hat A. G. Baalim has returned from tlio Hat where he attended the Stampede. Mr.' Baalim reports a record number of cars in attendance there. City Staff Moving Today is moving day at the City Hall and the various departments thereof will soon bo installed in the commodious quarters formerly occupied by the Chinook club. Brother Killed Mr. George Close, manager of the Lethbridge Brick Works, received a wire yesterday, that his brother. For,-\ ter Close, foreman for Reld, McDon-old and Brewster, was accidentally killed at Osltaloosa, Iowa. Austrians Arrested For crossing into Canada without the necessary permits, three Austrians were arrested and tried before Mag-1 istrate Elton here last Tuesday. The ( trial resulted in them being fined 114.25 each and a warning that they must find work. The Empire Ice Cream Parlor Is again being oqnducted under the management of' the Misses Beaton. We will serve you to that you will want to come again. We have freth confectionery, nicely prepared sodas, nov-sltlas and other cpol, rtfrething drinks. THE EMPIRE NEXT TO ORPHEUM M. and M. Beaton Board of Health Meeting At yesterday's meeting of the Board of Health Miss Dobbs, matron of the Isolation hospital, was granted four months' leave of absence on naif pay. A substitute will be' secured to fill the position for the time being. Rates for the Isolation hospital were lixod at $1.50 per day for Lethbridge patients and $2.00 per 'Jay for patients from outside the city. At the pest bouse the rates will be $1.50 per day. CROWN PRINCE TALKS REFORMS WITH DADDY Berne, July 12.-An official communication issued in lierlin yesterday says Emperor William expressed the opinion that the political and constitutional reforms demanded by the relohBtag are such that they concern not merely himself but liis Miceepsor inasmuch as they would bo permanent. For this reason tho emperor summoned tho crown prince to attend one or more crown councils at which final decisions regarding tho extent to which the crown and the government will make concessions to the roichstag will bo reacliod. r-1----> WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing. Tinsmithing, Furnaces. Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 762 OFFICE STATIONERY UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS. A few just as good as new, two colored ribbon, tabulator and back spacer. Prico $65.00. One Underwood Typewriter in good condition, $55.00. Ono Royal 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 13 FOR THE OFFICE-WE WILL HAVE IT Everall & Frank s Sinnott Block, Corner 4th Ave. and 5th St. NO FUEL, U. S. TO &ERLIN. Washington, July ill.-Favorablo report on a resolution providing for a test of a mysterious littlo machine which, its inventor claims, could propel an aeroplane from Washington to European battle fields and back again without carrying fuel was voted today by the house patents committee. T. K. Giragossian, tho inventor, says his discovery harnesses at trivial cost an untapped ocean of power. The committee's resolution would guarantee governmental protection in case he demonstrates the usefulness of Ills machine to five scientists. A married woman will tell you that all men are alike, but what she means is that she has given up looking for a d'Jltaront one, ORDER 2,175,000 PAIRS SHOES Washington, July 11.-Contracts for 2,175,000 pairs of army shoos at an averago prioo of $4.7:i a pair have been.awarded by the quartermaster's division of tho war department. The awardw Include !IM,000 pairs of marching shoes and 1,225,000 pairs of field'nhoes Agreements willi 21) manufacturers cull for the completion i>f all deliveries bnforo tho end; of the year. Tho government, to date 1ms contracted for 5,525,000 pairs, 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 Go. PHONE 1212 ;