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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN. CENTRAL COMFORTABLE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Be.t $1.25 a Day Hotel in Albert* Cherries and Gooseberries for Preserving WE HAD A LARGE SHIPMENT OF THESE IN TODAY. ANOTHER UOT TO ARRIVE IN THE MORNING. ALL EXCEPTIONALLY FINE STOCK. IDAHO BING CHERRIES. Extra fine. o fjj* 8. C. BLACK WINDSOR CHERRIE8. 4 baeket 20 lb. boxes. Per box ............... OviO crates. These are fine for preserving. �1 �7r� B. C. GOOSEBERRIES. Per crate *t Perorate.............................��/�) 24 .mall baskets .................... 0.�D B c ROYAL' ANN CHERRIES. L)0ht color but B. C. GOOSEBERRIES. Per crate A *\f> put no very fine. Per four basket *y r*|\ 24 l.-.rge basket* .................... *M��td crate................................ &i�D\J THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers Phone 525 "THE POOR LITTLE RICH GIRL" BY ELEANOR GATES. SPECIAL MARY PtCKFORO EDITION PRICE - 83c The play It coming to Starland, July Vlth, 12th and 1Sth. Read the book first THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1487 Druggists and Stationer* Next Dallas Hotel ARCTIC OCEAN Kdmonton, July 16.-A bit? bunch of logs that were cut on the Upper Athabasca during the last two or three seasons ami wore intondcil for tho sawmills this your, aro now making their way down the river to the Arctic. Several of the lumbering firms of Edmonton nnd the Athabasca districts have lost moro or loss heavily in this way. one about 500,000 feet. Tho trouble was dno to the heavy spring froshets in tho Athabasca river. f 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 get your returns promptly. WRITE OR PHONE Office Phone 1313 Residence Phone 1484 N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. STRONG & D9WLER GRAIN and Commission Merchants Calgary-�4m�ntcn-L�lh brieve Our entire organization 1* at your service) asd with our expar-ieneo we can' safely guarantee to set you the best prices for your grain at any time and (ox any grade or kind of grain. Phone M 1922 Calgary \ Per Office 1866 Lethbrldge j Quota-Res. 1(11 Lethbrldge) tlons. t*e- Our Agants who are In yetjr district. 4.A..CUMMINQ LMM�rtdg� Manager ~ POSTAL CLERKS OBJECT TO USE OF "WINDOW" ENVELOPES Winnipeg, July 14.-The postal authorities will be asked to prohibit "window" envelopes using either a hole In envelope to show address on the communication inside or a transparency for same purpose, according to ttte resolution by the Postal Clerks' association. Hundreds of "window" letters do not show tho address through the aperture, they claim, and the envelopes wtih holes' to show tho address are torn and catch other letters while passing through the stamp-cancelling machines. Up the Spout SMUGGLING To the Editor of The Herald. A Magistrate in Benthelm. Hanover, , Germany, recently imposed a small J fine on a man for smuggling butter and margarine. He stated that he was compelled to impose- a "fine" but was not obliged to demand the surrender of the smuggled goods; and would not do so. He said that smuggled goods "harmed" nobody and therefore could he considered as trade in the genera! interest. Now, -Mr. Editor, every person of common sense, must surely endorse �that judgment and that remark of the German Magistrate, for trade is a "good" thing. It is in the general interest and welfare and therefore, laws that hinder trade are criminal in themselves and there is often more virtue in the breaking of such laws than in their observance. The farmers in Lethbridge district are reported to have paid $00,000 duty this season, on tractors brought Into Canada. Now, bringing a tractor into Canada is a "positive good." It is an increase of wealth in Canada. It is a very great help to labor in the production of "more" wealth and the production of more wealth means more" business for our merchants, railroads, express companies. It means "more crops" produced, "more labor" for harvest hands, threshers, "more" threshers needed, "more" labor for those who manufacture threshers twine, and many other things that "more crop" demands. So, if a man needs a tractor, hin smuggling one in would be a positive "good" to hundreds of other people. On the start, tho duty or tax or "graft" for eastern manufacturers he would get out of paying, he coula spend to advantage for lumber, hardware or household needs of which there aro so many. So, it Is easily seen that our government makes virtue a crime? And that custom houses, restrictions on trade, and other impediments to production and increase of wealth, are simply "relics of barbarism" Yours for a better day, when all custom houseB will be abolished forever, W. T>. LAMB. ELCAN MAN IS "So it's all up with your engagement to Kitty." "Yes." , "What's become of the engagement ring?" "That'b up, too." A Lesson for Him First Burglar-I cracked a lawyer's house the other night and he was there with a gun ter meet me. He  advised me ter get oat. Second Burglar-Yer got off easy. First-Not much, I didn't. He charg. ed me $25 ter de advice. Taber, - July 15.-George Scott, of Elcan, received official notice from the Canadian Records office recently to the effect that his son Pte. Henry Scott, who enlisted In tho Kilties, had been killed in action on June 10. Pte. Scott was an employee of the Rock Springs Coal Co. at the time he enlisted. He was only 19 years of age. Mis family will have the sympathy of the entire community in their sad bereavement. Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. 8. and 13th Streuc MINING, BUILDING & RAILWAY SUPPLIES 4. EQUIPMENT JUOHOPE ANDER80N AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOWS SULKIES " FORD TRACTOR ATTACH-BUGGIES ME NTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINDER ENGIMEC PHONE 1725-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR Winnipeg. Man.. July 16.-The trading in the pit today was dull and uninteresting. The pri^rfpal business was done in oats for which thqre is still a good demand. Feed quotations are a little high. Buyers are in the-market for all grades of wheat but little is being offered. Barley is quiet for the reason that offerings are practically nil though there are plenty of waiting buyers at quoted prices. Flax was again strong and high for July and October deliveries. Winnipeg October wheat closed unchanged from Saturday's close. July oats closed cent down. October closed V* cent up and December \\ cent lower. Barley closed unchanged and October also closed unchanged from Saturday. Minneapolis July wheat closed 1'JjC higher and unchanged for September. Winnipeg Cash Prices. Wheat-No. 1 Nor...240 No. 2 Nor...2?" No. 3 Nor...234 No. 4 Nor...222 No. 5 Nor.. .lOOVi No. G Nor.. .ISO Feed ......................138 Basis contract-July 240, August Oats-No. 2 C.W... 74 No. C.W... 73 Extra No. 1 feed .............. 72 No. 1 feed.. 72 No. 2 feed., fifl^ Barley- No. I ......127 No. 4 ......123 Rejected and feed ............Ill Flax - No. 1 N. W. V,...............2Sfl% No. 2 C.W.. .2S.JU No. 3 C.W.. .270% Futures. Winnipeg Wheat- October........ 200 200 Oats- July............ 74 Vi 74 October.......... 62 Vi 03% December .. ... ... 59'/. 59>4 Flax-July ......, .... 292 289% Ootobor......... 286% 285% Minneapolis- July ............ 249 240% September....... 197 Chicago- July........... 205 205% September .. ,. .. l'.)5 195% LOCAL MARKETS Grain & Livestock Prices Track Prices Wagor. Prices Wheat .....220 Wheat .....21G Oats......63% Oats......61 Flax......- Flax ... ...246 Barley .....- Barley .....100% LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 8c; choice cows, 7o. Select hogs, 150 to 250 lbs. 14c. Choice killing wethers, sheared 10c. Choice killing ewes, sheared, 9c. The Servant Problem Lady-And why did your Jast mistress- Applicant (loftily)-Excuse me, madam! Lady-Woll-er-your laBt employer- Applicant-I beg your pardon, madam ! Lady-Well, then your last-or- pray what do you call those in whose service you are engaged? Applicant-Clients, madam, (collapse of interrogator.)-Punch. ANNOUNCEMENTS From July 23 to August 2, Mike Cardmon'a Shoo Itepair Shop, 212 13th St. south, will be closed. 181-2 Union men, attend tho special meeting tonight of the Trades Council in tho Labor Hall at 8 p.m. Discussion: "Conscription." It Purifies Perspiration Our bodies are so constructed that the flow of perspiration from the skin pores plays an Important part in purifying the blood, clearing the skin and cooling the body. Therefore It is not well to use prepiratlons that dry up the healthy flew of perspiration. It la safer to use "EXO" That purifies perspiration without closing the pores of the akin. It will not Injure the skin nor harm any fabric no matter how dainty. It should have a place on every tiolet table and in every travelling case. Price 25c The Red Cross Drug & Book Co., United phone re*. Summer Complaint These are the days when the children are "bothered." Keep a bottle of Roxall Diarrhoea Compound handy as It saves lots of bother. Instant relief for Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Summer Complaint, etc.. etc. Absolutely free from Opium or Narcotics. 25c J. D. Higinbotham & Co Limited 'Alberta'a Pioneer OrugglettV The Storm Wholesale and -etall chemists TELEPHONE NO. ttt Some of the Finest Tin and Sheet Metal Work in this section was done by us. We mention this to show our versatility, as our Jobbing and repair work is widely known for the satisfaction it glvee'and the reasonableness of our prices. Whether your job la small or large, we will give you the big- � gest dollar for dollar value to be found anywhere In our line. THE DIXON SHEET METAL CO. Rear Stafford Block. Lethbrldge, Alta. FOREMOST ILL FORM AUTO CLO Meeting To Be Held Shortly - Death of Mrs. Gaetz From Appendicitis Frit* Alves, at Lockhart. Texas, has Just harvested his potato crop from a plot of ground 40x00 feet. From this back.yard Mr^A-ives gathered 1070 pounds of potatoes, which he sold for fi cents ' a pound, netting $70.20 for the siuuM asraago, or about $1,000 por acrii (From Our own Carrrru.inrl^nt) Foremost, July 11.-The C.P.R. has Just completed a new standard wator tank at Foremost depot. Mr.- Grant Hall, vice-president of the C.P.R... was on an official visit here on Friday. He was accompanied by J. M. Cameron, general superintendent; Mr. Cotteroll, local superintendent, and Clarence Horna. Auto Club Foremost is about to gtart an Auto Club and will work with other clubs through the country towards the obtaining of better roads. Wc are authorized to state that a meeting will be held on Saturday. July 2Sth, 8 p. m., nt Foremost, to inaugurate the club. All car-owners arc earnestly requested to attend. Rev. Mr. Windekl. minister at Foremost, will hold service at Nemi.scam. oucc every two weeks, on Sundays, at 11 a.m. We are sorry to report death from appendicitis, of Mrs. Gaeiz, a much esteemed lady. Our sincere sympathy is tendered to7 Mr. Gaetz and family. IJ. A. Wiltse, agent for the Overland, has sold two of their newest, models, ono to tho Rosa Bros, and tho other to Mr. Han Kjarvon. Ben Berger lias just arrived-by car from North Dakota, and comments most favorably on the crop around tiiis soutli country, as compared with that in North Dakota and Montana. A. Turner has retired from tho blacksmith business here in Fore-moat. Wm. Johnson has taken over the management of tho shop. Mr. Johnson is no mean exponent of tho blacksmith trade. Ho is a winner of three gold medals for speed and efiici-ency in all kinds of showing. He intends to remodel the shop and supply it with the most up-to-date machinery. His courteous manner and attention to details ought to secure him many patrons. We visited another shop in town, that of Messrs. Henley and Play In. Tiiey demonstrated with their Oxo-Acetylene welding plant nnd showed the neat, strong welding they can do on broken castings of all kinds. They have also a torch cutting attachment and a special device for cleaning carbon from autos. Playle is a past master at spring repairs. There is no work In blacksmithing too heavy or too fine for the shop conducted by Me3Brs. Henley and Piaylo. Messrs. Fred Arndt and J. I. Smith have dissolved partnership, Mr. Arndt taking over tho business of livery, feed' and sales barn. Leo Doran acts as bookkeeper. 1 Two big breaking outfits aro working in the country tributary to Foremost. Carl Lewis and his brother lr-vll have a Case gas engine working. Mr. Alva Thompson acts ns night engineer and Irvil Lewis himself does the day work. Mr. Clyde Lamb is the fourth man on tho outfit. The Lewis Bros, have come in from El-mira, Oregon. Dean Prilchard, of "High River, lias a caterpillar tractor, 64 h.p. Ills day engineer is Wallace Calhoun, Harold Peppard doing tho night work. Both outfits have plenty of work assured them. Joe Holmes of Foremost is having a big stretch broken by Lewis Bros. A. J. II. Donahoo is back from Calgary, where ho attended a meeting of the tl.F.A. executive board. Mrs. "A. P. Modhurst is back from tho States. Mrs. Conway has loft for an ex: tended visit to relatives in Boston. Dr. Campbell is spending tho weekend in Letlibridge. Mrs. E. F. Horner has gone on a visit tp North Dakota. Mrs. Ben Amundson has iter mother Mrs. Greono. from New Dayton, on a visit. / Mr. Fraser, of Foremost, who got ill on �Ib way to Ban.T, Is in a Calgary hospital. He was operated on (or appendicitis and Is progressing very favorably. Wo all hope to see Mr. Fraser with his kindly \vuyi>, soon again amongst us. CITY AND DISTRICT Discuss Conscription ..The trades and labor council will discuss conscription'at a special meeting tonight. Charge Withdrawn In the city polico court this morning before In.-sp'ecfoY' Chancy, the charge of perjury against Mali Foo. alias May Wing Sim, was withdrawn by C. F. Hair:.--, who appeared for the plaintiff, Onon Wing. I.IL Lcck For Lawrence Foley The local branch of the. A.P.P. have received n letter from M. L. Foley, .113 Pellessier street. Windsot. Out. inquiring r.s to tho whereabouts of one Lawrence Foley, last heard of hi this city, some four months ago. Anyone having the desired in form at ion should communicate- with the police as urgent matter;; at home require the presence of the abovo named. Lnct in Old Quarters The Iu.it council meeting to .he held in the present city hall quarter., was that, held tlii: Wesley Bible school to Coleman and Crow's Nest will tiiko place ort Wednesday of this week. Tho special train will run from Lclhbridgo, leaving here, at 7.lid and returning in tho evening. This has in years past been a very popular excursion, and has always been a!tended by large crowds. OFFICE STATIONERYl UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS. A few just as good as new, two colored ribbon, tabulator and back spacer. Price $05.00. Ono Underwood Typewriter in good condition, ?o5.00. Ono Royal Typewriter in good condition, $38.00. CHECK WRITER. We aro agents for the F. & E. Check Writer. Wo carry Model C in stock. Price $?.5.00. IF IT IS FOR THE OFFiCE-WE WILL HAV� IT Ever all & Fr a nk s Sinnott Block, Corner 4t~h Ave. and 5th St. | TOO LITERAL. The Junior Hub (conjuring at the men's smoker-"Now, aro you quite sure the haversack's empty?" His Assistant-"Absolutely, The rabbit wot you put in It away, *ir."~Lon�lon Sketch. sir. got Many of us feel most keenly (be emptiness of things here below 'about dinner time. Denmark last year mado 112,800 ty>n� of beet sugar. Barbers' Supplies Everything for the man who :: shave* himself. :; We have Strops ranging in price from 25c to $2.00. Hair Cutting Shears from......................... 75e to $1.50 Hair Clippers.....................'1..----'............. $1.00 to $3.00 ' Upwards of twenty-five styles and rriakea In razors of the good old fsihloned kind at before the war prlcrts.-All the up to date make* In Safety Razors. 1 Shaving Crushes from 25c. to $3.00 Consumers9 Hardware Co. PHONE 1212 05844821 ;