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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta / HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE LETHBRIDGE JMLY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberts Tea Garden Preserves, Marmalade, Jellies, Apple Butter, Etc. Nothing we have ever been able to buy is quite so GOODS are. That it the reason we keep on bring price's are very reasonable for so fine a quality. We Strawberry. Raspberry, Loganberry and Blackberry Preserves. All put up in 10 ounce bottles. Per bottle ......... ..................... 40c Quince Jelly, 8 ounce bottles................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 tasty or put up quite � nice as the TEA GARDEN Ing In more because the people demand them. The have a fresh shipment just In. Orange and Grape Fruit Marmalade, In 16 ounce bottles. Price per bottle .................. 35c Apple Butter, In 18 ounce bottles. Price per bottle ................................... 35c EEK END. WE HAVE A FtNE ASSORTMENT AT AND COOKED MEATS, SO MUCH IN DEMAND UtCE, LEMON JUICE, CONCENTRATED JUICES, AM, PORK, VEAL LOAF AND CORNED BEEF. HI THE GOOD' CO. High Class Grocers Phone 525 ? CLARESHOLM MAN ? ? WOUNDED. * rto. G. Gardiner, of Clares-holm, is reported as a prisoner o[ war in the casualty published today. lists "THE POOR LITTLE RICH GIRL" BY ELEANOR GATES. SPECIAL MARY PICKFORD EDITION PBICE - S5e The play Is coming to Starland, July 11th, 12th and 13th. Read the book first. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Druggists and Stationers Phone 1487 Next Dallas Hotsl Make (be MOST of the High Prices by consigning Your Grain to SMITH-MURPHY & CO. , You will realize every cent in it for yen. and get your returns promptly. WRITE CR PHONE Office Phone 1313 Residence Phone 1484 N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. STRONG & DOWLER GRAIN mni Commission Merchant* Csifsry-Edmsntsn- LsUlbrltg* Our entire organisation Is st your serrioe sad with our exper-. lence we can safely guaxaats* to est you tho best prices tar yonr grain at any Urns and far any grade or kind of gralm. Phone M 1922 Calgary I far Offlo* 1*65 Lethbridge | Quata-Rsa. 1811 Lethbrldgs > tlans. M Our Agents who are In your district. J. A. CUMMINQ Latharldoa Manager TENDERS FOR RE-CONSTRUCTION OF ROAD FROM OKOTOKS TO OIL FIELDS WILL TRY TO RUN BLOCKADE. An Atlantic Port, July 13.- Eleven neutral steamers loaded with grain and other cargo, which could not be exported except under license after President Wilson's embargo proclamation becomes effective Monday, cleared from this port today for European ports without British letters of. assurance, and will attempt to run the allied blockade. Sealed tenders, addressed to the undersigned at P. O. Box 2981, Cal gary, and endorsed as above, will j be received up to twelve o'clock noon of July 31st, 1917. Tenders must be made out upon the official forms to be obtained by application to the undersigned, or to the Provincial Inspectors of Public Works at Calgary or Lethbridge. accompanied by a de-l posit of certified cheque for $10.00, this cheque being returnable on submission of a bona fide tender. Drawing, Specifications and Form of Contract Agieement are on view at the offices of the Engineer of Highways, Parliament Buildings, Edmonton, offices of the Inspectors of Public Works at Calgary and Lethbridge, and the office of Secretary-Treasurer Hayes, Local Improvement District No. 190, at Okotoks. The approximate length of work is 17% miles and tenders can be submitted for one or more of the six sections into which this is divided, tenders for the whole work being preferred. Bidders will be required either personally; or by representation to visit and inspect line of work tendered for and satisfy themselves as to local conditions and materials. Each tender must be accompanied by an accepted cheque payable at par in Edmonton to the Minister of Public Works to the amount of live per cent. (54 Oct............. 280 281 Minneapolis- July............ 243 245 Sept............. 193^ 19Gi� Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat-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.....................137 Basis Contract- July.....................240 August..................235 Oats-No. 2 C. W. 74 No. 3 C. W. 74U Extra No. 1 Feed".............. 73% No. i Feed.. 12\'2 No. 2 Feed.. 70'4 Barley-No. 3 .....127 No. 4 ......123 Rejected and feed ............IV) Flax- No. 1 N. W. C...............29SV. No. 2 C. W. 285V, No. 3 C. W. 270V- LOCAL MARKETS Grain & Livestock Prices Track Prices Wheat .....219 i Oats......�4% ! Flax......- Barley .....- LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 8c; choice THE STANDARD DANK OF CANADA HEAD OFFICE - TORONTO SAFETY DEPOSIT. BOXES are now installed at this Branch for the custody of valuable papers, etc., affording safety and privacy. Further information supplied ist'd 1673 by the-manager. 223 LETHBRIDGE BRANCH G. F. BLETCHER, M.n.eer. .___COALHURST BRANCH 258. 13th Street N. D. A. CURR1E; AceimUnt.ln-Ch�n�. 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 CULTIVATORS BINDER ENGINEC PHONE 1726-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR Wager. Prleet Wheat .....21S Oats......CI Flax......246 Barley .....100 Va Select hogs, 150 to 250 lbs. 14c. Choice killing wethers, sheared 10c. Choice killing ewes, slieared, 9c. BRITISH REPORT fjondon, July 14.-"Early last night the enemy attached our positions south of Ijoml/aortzyde, after heavy artillery preparations and was repulsed," says today's official statement. "Night raids were attempted by the enemy without success at linr-glcourt, west of Wariioton, east of Ostaverne and north of Ypres. We captured a few prisoners in these engagements and in patrol encounters northwest of Cherisy." ANNOUNCEMENTS A dancn will bo held In the K. of P. hall tonight. Kvorybody welcome. A good time assured. Gents 75c, ladieH free' " ' 181-1 The ladies of St. Patrick's church are holding a lawn social and pantry sale at Dr. Loverlng'a next Thursday, July 19th. 1|1- 1 From July 23 to August 2, Alike Cardmon'h Shoe Repair Shop, 212 13th St. south, will be closed. Denmark bus 583,000 horses and colts. , BROWNIE Surprise the LiUlc Folks with a > BROWNIE CAMERA It will help them to observa' and afford them endless amusement. MADE TO WORK IN THE SIMPLE KODAK WAY. " Price $1.00 to $12.00 Tke Red Cross Drag & Book Co., Linitei -S'KONS fit. 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., BTC. And a full line of Roger & Gallet's, Piver's, Atkinson's Extracts and Cologne Waters. J. D. Higinbotharo & Co Limited Albsrlt's Pioneer Druggist** The Wholesale and retail eNmliti TELEPHONE NO. 123 * > ? '> J. .T.. Glass of I'inclicr Creek > appears in today's casualty ? lists as being wounded in ae- ? tion. > : < : : : : ? : * : : * ? : : i \wVr,-: v it CITY AND DISTRICT Foresters' Meeting I Court Star, A.O.F., will meet in the Oddfellows' Hall on Monday evening next, at S o'clock. For Belgian Relief. W. A. Hu'-lianim, .Vi.i\, acknowledges receipt of $2.50 from the pupils of .Miss Bawden's school for Belgian Relief. l_____ No Evening Service. J Beginning tomorrow and for the {remaining Sundays of July and Aug-i ust, there will be no evening service � at St. Augustin's church. Acknowledge Gifts The G. W. V. A. beg to acknowledge a picture from Mrs. L. Asquith and a clock from Armstrong ami Raworth which will go towards the furnishing of their club rooms. OFFICE STATIONERY UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS. A few just aH good a? new, two colored ribbon, tabulator and back spacer. Trice $65.00. One Underwood Typewriter in good condition, $55.00. One Hoyal Typewriter In good condition, $.'58.00. CHECK WRITER. We aro agents for the F. & 13. Check Writer. We carry Model C in stock, l'l'iee $35.00. IF IT IS FOR THE OFFICE-WE WILL HAVE IT Everall & Franks Sinnott Block, Corner 4th Ave. and 5th St. EXTREME PRECAUTIONS TAKEN TO GUARD SECRET Washington, July 13.-The Westing-liouso company wants 1,000 men to enter the now plant for the manufacture of ammunition by a secret process, and remain imprisoned there for at least 10 months. All communica- tion with tho outside world to be cut off for those ho employed. HOPEFUL UNCERTAINTY Fishing is pastime hard to match, If I have things aright. It ain't exactly what you catch. It's what you might. -Kansas City Journal? Correcting Error I f In acknowledging a Ked Cross do- � nation from the New Dayton Ladies' 11 Aid, the other day, the Herald in mis- ! take acknowledged tho amount as $25.05, instead of $35.05. j The Big Meeting. ! Those attending the big meeting at 5th Ave. north Baptist church tomorrow night i Sunday) are asked to ho on time if they wish to secure a seat. Rev. C. M. Neve is speaking. j Being Renovated. j I The stand in the old Hill Block, Ith \ Ave., which is to be temporarily- oc- ' cupied by the south side branch of \ the Standard Bank, is being thorough- I ly renovated and will be ready for \ occupation by about the first of next month. | Personal Mention C. H. Kinsey of Raymond, is a vis-! itor in the city today. ; II. E. Kelly, is in the city today from! Spring Coulee. j H. Levasseur of Pineher Creek, is! in the city on a short business trip, j E. C. Peck and wife arfi in the city! from their ranch at Pineher Creek. ' UNION MEN!] A Special Meeting Oi* the LiCthhridge Trades and I^ahor Council Will be Held in the Labor Hall on Monday, July. 16, at 8 p.m. TO DISCUSS PRESIDENT WAITERS' STATEMENT ON 'CONSCRIPTION* DO YOUR DUTY AND ATTEND THIS IMPORTANT MEETING. F. SMEED, President. A. E. FILMER, Secretary I Excursions to Farm I All the Experimental Farm excur-! i sion trains next week leave the city! | early in the day. The Calgary excur- j I sion via Alderside on Thursday leaves : at 17.15 a3 does the excursion from I High IUver on Saturday. The Friday i excursion from Manyberries will leave I Lethbridge on its return trip at live in the aftornoon. Discovers Gas The Calgary News-Telegram prints a rather far-fetched story of the discovery of gas in a well on the farm of Fritz Sick at Now Dayton. Mr. Sick haa been digging for water there for years. Recently he dug a new well to a depth of 100 feet and a 'small How of gas was struck. This is not a new discovery in the New Dayton district as the farm of Mr. Rlose-dale there has a well that supplies both water and gas. The gas is used on the farm for heating and lighting purposes. Barbers' Supplies Some of the Finest Tin and Sheet Metal Work in this section was done by us. We mention this to chow our versatility, as our jobbing and repair work la widely known for the satisfaction It give* and the reasonableness of our prices. Whether your job Is small or large, we will givs you the biggest dollar for dollar vaiue to be found anywhere in our line. THE DIXON SHEET METAL CO. Rear' Stafford; Block. Ltthbrildga; Alt*. New City Hat}. Work was started yesterday in dismantling the old city hall and tiiflay in moving day. By Monday some of the departments will be In their now (|uartorn In tho Chinook Club biilld-' Ing while by Tuesday all depart-1 ments hopo to be settled there. Whe-(ther a court room lor the city police I will he established at tho now hall is not decided as yet. Negotiations have '; been under way looking to the use of i tlio A. I'. J*. court room for this pur-I pose as It is just next door, but the ! matter isn't fully decided. There aro i,:t59 railway cars In Bolivia, of w.McJi 412 are for pas-senior uso, v ,  . Sequsl to Opium Case A sequel to the case of Quon Wing, fined $R0 and costs last week for keeping opium for sale, was/ hoard yesterday afternoon in police court before Inspector Chaney of the Mounted Police when Mali Foo, alias May Wing Sun was arraigned for preliminary hearing on a charge of porjury. It 1b alleged that, Mali Foo gave evidence at. the'trial of Quon Wing to the effect fliat he liad bought opium from him Hevernl times. This is ul;luged to bo an untrue statement. C, Fi Harris Is prosecuting tho cuho in tl}� Interests of Quon Wing. The cubi) was 'adjourned until Monday. ( Everything for the man who shaves ^/-'''XVi^^l^MV himself. We have Strops ranging In price from 25c to $2.00. Hair Cutting Shears from ..____,.........;..............75c to $1.50 Hair Clippers........................................ $1.00 to $3.00 Upwards of twenty-five styles and makes in razors of the good old fr,?.hioncd kind at before the war prices.-All the up to date makes in Safety Razors. / Shaving Brushes'from ................................. Z5c to $3,00 Consumers' Hardware Co. PHONE 1212 ;