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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE [LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR OM( Albertm of the ALWAYS I'ni'fiirm. VOVH 'Baking Worms KlimiiuiU-il. T OAVKS 11 (li'liiilil (o look ill. is Hold on OiiiUHy. O AT1IKK Thau oil Prim FAVORITE A PlilUE OF ALBERTA. Broad From Lil'c by Vsing- Them. Cuban Pineapples for Preserving Xoiv is (lie best tinif tt> iH-osc-rve have -a JUKI Medium size, iirkT v THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers Phone 525 MARKER SUMMER TOYS Express Waggons, each 53.75, Pioneer Coaster, each ......................._i....... Velocipedes, Hanri Cars, each................ Doll up f'om M.75 and J7.50 .............1.......56.50 THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. and S lit STRONG D8WLER GRAIN tnd Oar orcuintloa b> mt yow ud with oar rtpar- Jaaca we cu Mfely to 70s prim fcr grain Uae u4 te mlL M IK2. CifeKr I Far OfDoe IKS Lethbrifg. HM. lilt AUH'J wtM era )J. A. GUMMING Winnipeg. June today was an exceptionally dull one. I All "American markets wcro closed. I There was no official opening posted !on October Tfheut. only future for trading. There was one lone bid on ii. during the mornlns at a.nd it was officially closed at that figure i which was 1 the same as last Satur- day's close. July oats closed higher and October higher. Jyly flax .closed 16 cents higher on a fluctuation of C cents, opening being 11 cents up from Saturday. October flair was lliic higher. vThere was moderate trade in cash wheat, mainly on the count, and quite active trade In oats. 1 Offerings of oats were liberal and there was a fair demand. Cash prices of.wheat were 1 eenl lower for con- j tract and I cent higher for basis con- tracts. Oats were ajc lo higher In the cash market. There was sharp advance of 16 cents on cash flax. Futures. October 202 202 i July............ SS October.......... 57i4 July SOO 310 October.......... 2M Xo American Winnipeg Cash Prices, n. 1 Xo. 2 Ivor...216 1200 Hiot and Gel Beyond Con-! 1 Fcid Oais-- Xo. 2 C.W... Extra No.. 1 .feed No. 1 feed.. 6354 So. 2 feed.! sv No. 3 -.123 No. ......116 Ttcjected 104 Feed .......................104 No. 1 N. W. No. 2 C.W.'. .304 No. 3 .288 J.UDJ; 2K; July, 241. trol of Guards, But Order Is Restored Hake the MOST of the High Prices by'conagi- Yonr Grain to Yon irill realize every cent In it for you, and gel your re- .turna promptly, WRITE OR PHONE Office. Pho.Tt 1313 Residence Phone 1W4 N. r. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDQ. ....125 691J No. 3 C.W... Two Tons Bui-bank Potatoes ran H.35 aliushel. FARM PRODUCTS, LTD.' 201 Sherlock Bldg. fhinem U6-0 Joliet, 111, June rioting among the convicts at the state pris- on here broke out this taoralng. Five buildings Trere sel'on firo. Compan- ies B and P of the First Illinois In- fantry now in federal service aad en- camped near here were called to. as- sist the guards In quelling the dis- turbance.' .The penitentiary Is on Ihe'outskirts of the .irlty.' Three fire compau'tcs, which responded to the alarm met opposition from the convicts who bricks and tools stolen-from Imple- iTneut house as -weapons. There were some knircs among them also. Bulld- [ings llred were rattan and chair fac- lories, which arc of considerable size, [the house and lumber shop I which- are smaller struclures, in a big enclosure..: There are about-1200 convicts anil 'the situation soon got beyond control of the guards. A. L. Smith, the' temporary warden, yestrrday Issued orders ttat no vis- itors" except relatives v.-ould be re- ceived at the prison. This la said lo have Incensed the prisoners'. They began trouble by throwing. dishes- abont and-even al their guards ai breakfast today.- -Thev then formed Into groups ana are said to have marched atout Ihe i prison. At 12.30 p.m., a telephone message from War- den Bowen, .said thai the convicts were back in Ihelr cell; and that or- der Was restored. The ctapel and oil- bouse were destroyed, but the olhcr building said were saved, the message ANCHOMOIUUSON LOCAL MARKETS Grain A Livestock Prices Auto Sponges Chamois Skins Every, owifer of a car a soft, tough It with and a good chamois leather to polish-with--': We haife ipeclal Auto and ChamoJi Leatlrers. Price 50c each TW Red Cross Dntj Book Co., S'HONE ML FREE PRESS URGES A REFERENDUM Winnipeg. June The -Manitoba Free Press, In n vig- orous article irhlcji will appear tomorrow niomlnj, urges the consideration In- parliament of the possibility of holding at the same time a referendum and In the matter of comtiyjsory serrice. Cjljary. Juno to statement given out bv- Ihe striking phone workers (hey are near an agreement with the government and the only, matter in dispute now Is the tyues'Uoii of the sliding scale. VOIEONIIY1CA Track Prlcei iVneat ......225 Oats......OS' Barley "Wagon Prieu Wheat '...'.'.216 Oats Flax......251 Barley -..-'..'S3J4 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice sleers, 9i4-lQc; choice cows, -SWc. Select 158 Id 250 Ibs., Uc. Choice killing welhers, lie. Choice klling, ewes, Idc. WHERE TO GO FOB Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 762 Superior Supply Co. MINING, BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT Emerson Farm Implcirtcikts Mak-a-Traclors SECOND THIRTEENTH STREET, LETHURIDGE ADVERTISING FOR. HELP 1 TO WIN THE WAR National Service Board Gegins Sys- tematic Campaign .Telllha 'Why and How Everyone Can Do Something. Ottawa, Jdne undoubted, willingness of every true Canadian lo Epare no effort or sacrifice that will help to win Ihe war, la to be translated. Into effective action .by a series of educational advertisements 16. slarl throughout Canada at once .under the direction of the National Service Hoard. That they will accomplish tnelr purpose scarcely be doubled when one considers the wonderful re- sults achieved through jubllclty In Great Brilaln. .That, we have been slow.In many reapacls In realizing-the .deadly ser- iousness of the war Is perhaps not surprising. So raauy Canadians have Been little of Its grim results, and hare suffered, so llllle In person cr properly, lhal Us menace and tnc need for the utmost efforts, are by no means eo apparent here as In the Motherland, The N'allonal Sen-Ice Hoard arc planning lo arouse us by systematic show every man and woman In Canada why fttnl how lo help. Production, economy, conservation of food, the purchase of War Savings Certificates, these arc the lines along which the messages are written and Illustrated. 'They are plain, earnest, anil Intensely practic- al, selling right down 16 everyday life, pointing waalc, urging thrift, and appealing for generous of War Saving's Certificates as an ef- fective wax of backing jjp Die men who are fighting for us. EXILED RUSSIANS. Jloose Jaw, Juno naily of cxlloil Russians hound fo'r home passed through Moose today on the line en route for Vancouver, whom they will .lake vessel! for Vlaillvoatock. 't you mlB9 "Damaged Goods" you will regret It. A( the Orcncilni iculghl Packages and in pails. Guar- anteed .to do the Work'. A' sample lor the asking. J. D. olham Co mr.i reuil TELEPHONE MO. a short lime the ralcpayers of the city of Lethbridgo will have an oppprtunUy of voting on the por- posal thai tho clly should raise by debenture the sum of for the purpose of taking over the Y. M. C. A; building. Since the return of .Maror Hardie and' Commissioner the bylaw ha; hcen given Its and second readings. It had al- ready Wu approved by the Board o[ Public Utilities so that thero Is noth- iug left bul to' ailrerllso the bylaw and. submit it.ID Ihe people. Mayor" Harrllc" stated llils morning Ihnt.lhe city'is waiting on (he new ?C8Ee being prepared by Ihe Chinook cmhodylng certain changes from the draft first submitted. When this Is received It will .be signed and the city vltl'have a nesv city .hall. The mayor said lha't he co.uld not say whether the offices voiild he trans- ferred on July 1st as had been at first "ntendcd. ANNOUNCEMENTS, Helafl Clerks will mc'el Injlte Uhor lall on Wednesday, Jnne'Stli at 5 p. A series of special meetings of Ihe lelievcrs" church held by Clifton of Portage' Li {Prairie, c'om- mencins Juno 6IJi at 7.45 each.nlglit. S'ednesday at Durgmann's Hall, 13lh St. N.; Thursday al 1Z3 12th.St, N.; at 522 12th 'St. N.; Saturday at 523 12lh 31. A.. Suniay si Biirg- mann'a liall, 7.30. are corcdally nvilcd, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chapman, al Mra. ItivlnKton'S'Mater- ilty home on .Tuns 1st, a well. CITY AND DISTRICT Cardilon Visitor A. Cazter of Cardslon, Is a uualncsa visitor In the city today. For Red Cron A. J. filackburne acknowlcdgea for the Red Cross }2.35 froirl a (rlend at Bowvllle, per inspector Morgan. Moolt Meeting A special menllng of Loyal Order of Moose 792 will be held .tonight at 8 o'clock.' Officers are requested to be present. I EL LI SO ITS s DAYS 'RETURN ENGAGEMENT OF THE BIG PHOTO SPECTACLE DAMAGED GOODS Dramatic Thunderbolt Iftson thai .no. father, mother, or daughter It proves that no girl It ufc while the double of morality exlsls. Come early. Don't miss the opportunity of seeing the greatest masterpiece of ita kind ever Prlcei: Adults 20c, Children Accompanied by 10c; Evening Pricei Adults 25c, Children 15c. QFRICL STATIONERY LOOM' 1-eaf Legal Formi LOOM Price: Beokl Filing, Cablnjts. Monthly-'Account' Syitemj Typewriters, Bought, Sold, .Countercheck Bok'nt. and Repaired. 1 ;IF. IT.IS FOB.THE VVILL HAVE IT Franks CORNER FOURTH AVENUE AND FIFTH STREET o o 4 For Belgian Relief .TV. A. Buchanan, 51.P., achnowlcdg- es receipt of ?5 for the Uelelan Ileltef from Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Cranstolin, Nobleford. SERIOUS CONSEQUENCES London, June lo a Vien- na despatch to. Ihc Zeilung 'the Austrian parlla- mcnl probably will be the scene this week "of dlacuBslOna of such O a serious', nature that the pos- sible be' 4 At-EXEFf ;HA8 QUIT Goes to Sherbrooke 7n Iho first draft of stations of the Montreal Methodist conference. Rev. T. P, Perry, of Quebec, formerly of Ldlhbrldge, Is stationed al Shcrbroohc. Bruisiloff BtcbrnCf Cemmander-in- Chlif.of Armln. 'Ma Gen. Alexleff, commaniler. In-chief of the lliui.lan' armies, lias resigned. General Alii comniarid- er-ln-clildr of th'e "irrnlcs of flic tliweslcrn'frfint; ha6 been appoint- ed to .succeed Gurko, commander on front, rc- ploccs UrUssllolf cn'lhe soiilbVeslefn front. Gifts The Oreat War Veterans' associa- tion ivlsh lo acknowledge receipt of the following: Hook-case from Miss MacKenzle and Sirs. 11. .Menzlc; picture and pillows from Mrs. Swlng- ler Vettle from Mrs. Bcrnlcr. Mason Risck Limited aumonl Dtock _____. VtcfrolM, Vktcr Ins, Aeeorrfeoris, Sheet nd Muskal Mill Orders Olvcn Clrcful Attention. STOCK MEN, ATTENTION! WE HAVE SOME EXCt'PTIOH- ALLV FINE WE CAN OFFER YOllV J. Ifsiri'lH C'o. PHONE I41J.- New Ambulance new Ford ambulance has arriv- ed And Is temporarily Installed at Xo 1 Fire Hall. Ii Is nosalblo that an a result of overcrowding at the cen'.ral liall.'Iho new ambulance may ]je In- stalled permancnlly al Xo. 1. Will Not Apply 'x wool growers have received Information which leads Ihcm to hc- llevo lhal the ten nciccnl. war duly ivhtch Is to he Imposed dy (ho U. S. government will not apnly lo cllhcr wheat or wool. Fresh Confectionery Ganong'j Fine cKocolstei In baxei and In bulk, Juil placed in We sell good confectionery. You will enjoy the tundaes you flet at our IIT C'Tcnni Varlor We're here to serve you so thai you'll want to come again. The Empire Beside Orphcum 4 i, if r, t; tj 11 t, i> t, 4 BOMB BflUOES DOCK WITH GOOD RESULT 't June 4, (11.35 official nlalcmcnt Issued by Iho offico this morning follon-s: "Tho commodore al Dunkirk reports lhat a bomb- ing allack was carried out on t llrugts docks nnrt canals last 4 4 nlghl, with good rejulls." 6 A Don't rhls'j seeing lhat Incomparable al tho Or- Horsemen. Cattlemen, Milkmen or Farmers that ai summer comei your ha; to 'V itvtn mTTerlr.B from filet, e'li. Inveitlgated and Can Rtcoramend Dr. Williams' Fly and Insect Destroyer 'At This Expensive Annoyance Kills (he Fl Its _ K ills AiiimalK Lice -Kills All the Bail Simple ipiilir. KcenemlMl to we. the hen houic wlih II, Quari Slit Half 75e Gallon) Pump Mu ConsumersHardware Go 'i-ETHBBIDOE ALBERTA XT DOdfl TO HIOtNBOTHAM'S DHUO STOBE ;