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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta 'HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN CENTRAL CCWFORTA8VS HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR TAYLOR MILLING ELEVATOR CO., LTD. California Strawberries WE HAVE A BtG SHIPMENT ARRIVING SATURDAY MORNING. RIPf. TOMATOES. HOT HOUSE CUCUMBERS, .FRESH fiHUHARD, FRESH RADISHES. OflEEN ONIONS. fHEBM ASPARAGUS. A FULL LINE OF FRESH GOODS ARRIVING SATUROAV MORNING. ALL AT LOWEST MARKET PRICES. REMEMBER WE HAVE SOME VERV FINE ONTARIO WHITE CLOVER HONEY ANO PURE MAPLE SYRUP JUST IN. PRICES ARE VERY- REASONABLE. QUALITY THE FINEST. OAHOEN SEEDS IN BULK AND IN PACKETS. NOW IS THE TIME TO GET THEM. OUR PRESENT LOCATION: NEXT DOOR TO THE IJUDSON'S BAY CO.' THE GOOD CO. Class Grocers Phono 525 Office Stationery Tour neil supply of Synoptics. Ledgers. Cash 'BoeKs, Bill Boois, Receipts, Cases, Pencils, 1'en Points, Rubber Bands, Wire Desi Troys, Waste Baskets, tic., etc. We( carry a big slock of Lheta and our delivery system is at your THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. MARKETS Phone 1487 Druggie's and Statlorvcre Hctl Dallas Hotel Make-the. MOST of the.: High Prices by. consign- ing Your Grain to New York STOCKS You will realize -every cent In" it [or 'you, and get jour, returns promptly.. pR PHONE Office Phone 1313 Residence Phone .1WI N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. Dpttereiis Direct P) ivate Wire Ctos; E C.'P 161 5 Reading C Union Pacific 137% 1 Utah Copper, Am.. Beef 93% American 'Sugar .112% '11254 Cuban Am. 'Sugar American Smelters 10IJ4 Mexican Petrol Sty- U. S. Steel 116 S- Steel. H STRONG GRAIN and _ oiTjinlwllon. "your lerrfce tiid Trith our expar- Jeaca vra eta 'fuaraalM to get you the hesf prices "few your grain, .it and- CM" any" trade or kind of frail. Phen> M W22 CAtgiryl Ffr 1MB Ltllibrldfle Quote-; ftia. Uwt. -i Our .Who En jwir 9. Roubles Swift Can. Co Ahglo French' Bond 93% 9% ANNOUNCEMENTS The Ladies Society 16 the.H. of TJ-F. and E., will hold a dance on K. oE P. hallr with Orchestra In altendaicc. 111-2 arrived- two carloads of sfove wood. Delivered io "any part o[ the city 'Phone '421, The Stacey Lumber Limited. F.-O. Hyde -wants ten ton of raised red, while potatoes; lo be delivcr-.eil within 'two days. Highest prices pstd for grade. The Cetlral U. will hold r. pantry sale "anil, serve lea and cake next i'atnr'day arternooa in the electrician's 'former, 71S Third Arenua -South. The procaeds will -go lo ;thc service work among the foreignerE, 11-1-S i.'. AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE TVe. "issue tie: MOST LIBERAL-Automobile, Pojicj at LOWEST t ;RATES.'yIhTe3tf gale 'our proposi-. lion h_erore.iDsurinB-ypur new" car-' SPECIAL. OPEN DEALERS' cOTeribg, all cars from time of re-. celyln'g until disposed ofr with PRO; HATA CANCELLATIONS allowed-: in-' every case machines' are 'sold.- i Collision and Properls1 Damage Filsks WilsiHi and SkcHIi General. Insurance, Loans, C. P. R. Lands Office: Sherlock Independent Order, of Oddfellows ;will ccletiraLe the 93ih Order on Thursday evening, the 26lh instant, at S.30 o'clock at the Oddffillows' Hall.' The pros ram will' consist- or iddreaaes, music and Light 'refreahments will -be served. AH GddfeUows and nil -whether belonging Lo the City Lodges or are. cordially, invited lo.'be. .present.. ]An inTitallon fa. also ex tended, lo Oddfellows' wives and gentleman friends ot any unmarried AI'rT. behnlf rf [Committee. 111-2 THAT NUMBER OF RACE' "HORSES bE REDUCED April Kennedy Jones, of food economy before Hie war a well-known horse owner, in an Interview, exposes .'as fallacious the argument that racing ia necer.sary for ihe "preservation of; the horse breeding Llndu'slbv! argued lhat e Ihe 4-ODD horses. now training at New-f market should be cat. down at once e lo 30 or 40; brood in a res, stallions i and yearlings should be 'rest .la "be turned out lo grass or Killed. Otherwise England's slock of oatfl may be hi June. Peter Robertson, rejected soldic beg lo notify the public that I hav taken over, the transfer business o Kdward and hope by' the sam Uriel alt tin tion to all orders, lo men patronagc.f Coal orders C.O.D ol all kinds, also garden plon ing. Phone C52. Wlnnlpes. April of the most erratic markets of a most topsy-turvy year Winnipeg May wheat closed 3Ho lower, July JKc lower and Oclober Ic lower. Oils May unchanged, July 'lc lower anil October Ic higher. Uarley clos- ed 3c higher for May- rFlas closed higher for May. 4o higher for July. Minneapolis closed with Ma> Ic lower, July lower anil Sep tonitior lower. lu the first half hour May wheat sold from 'the open- ing price, lo It broke' from j this, however, never going back quite so low ns and alon; 12.30 it seemed to take actual spasms and si one lime It broke Ic in 1 1-2 minutes. Tbis was from J2.67 to 52.00. U reached1 ip higher levels, but again broke going below the 52.00 mark, and up until tbere) was from time lo ilrae '.'siueails of tetween Winniueg and Min- neapolis May and SHc between.Win-j nipeg nnd in July .thej spreads were much wider. "Winnipeg Julv sold at ?2c over1- Minneapolis; Uuly End over Chicago July.; Hep'tember and October'spreads' were, narrower, Winnipeg October 'selling ic over Minneapolis September and ic over Chicago. Barley alter being, a, passive''propo- sition for a long con- siderable activity ami decidedly in- creasing In apparently.' fol- .owing the trend of Chicago., Record Of your work on the farm, of your crops, of your stock. Autographic Kodaks %7 and up Autographic Brownies, S12. BOOKLETS FOR THE ASKING The Kodak on the farm. At home with the Kodak. The Velox Book. By Flashlight. Red.Cross Drug Book Co., Liailed I.clhlirldgc is now the home'of an concern. 'Tho Funnera1 KIrc Hall Insuranco recently Incorporated by n act of-Ihe legislature, has now nassed the board of pnhllc utilities. Word ivas recelv-] cd in toe city Mils morning nulliork- ing the jirorlslonal dlieclors to open slock tioofca Btiu proceed tho or. ganhatlon of the conipam'. The com- pany's hcnd oldces are located In llio Alberla Hlock. BETTER THAN GOLD OooJ Hour (it nun or Oll'j tirJ, ll tin Who Iteill your Stuli Irtih. 'Two yourt, 'Hi lili, And tiMi ilive lo but lie Ihil fllchci from you (tlitu diyi) Your iiippljf "Our Best" Robs you llial which much Incrcaici HI) glrih bul leaves you gaunt Indttd. Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Lctlibt'Ulge, CITY AND DISTRICT 'Dr. Thompson, M. H. 0. During Dr. DcVpbcr's nbsrtcc In Ottawn. Dr. Thompson will be meJI- cal ucallb. officer. Red Cross. Tho honorary-lreasurcr, A. J Dlaciiburnc ackuowleJscs fur (tie fled J.M from ihe Hod Cioss workers at Grassy Lake. Futures. i July 2is" October ISO. Mar.........- 74V July Oclober Flax- May 303 Mar........ Winnipeg Cash Prices. No 1. Xor...257 No. 2 No. 3 Nor...247 .JJp.-'4.Xor..iS33V Xo. 5 6 23511 ..'--Z51VI Oats- No, 2 C.W... 75 No. 3 Esifa N'o. 1 Feed '73% N'o. 1 Feed ..----........----r72Vi No. 3 C.W...123 No. 4 tlejectcd" aDd Feed Xo 1 N.W.G. No. 2 LOCALJMRKETS Grain Livestock Prices Track Prices i-Waaon Prices M'heal :-.2lS OaU Oais-.. v ;55 Barley 'Barley So Flax .......28Hi Flas .......205 .LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice cbolce cows, .1 Select liogs. 100 tp.2M.lhs.. .He. (Choice _ killing wethers, v lie. ewes; lOc. Sentence Chief Hardr .lias mo death sentence- on 25 canines .the dog pound unless they are claimed Ipy. their owners before Saturday morning. is constimliy v iii pi'icc. It Is only on. odd occasions that we are able'to secure "bar- gains" in Toilet Paper.. Here is" large good Crepe paper 5c Slight pci1 J. D. Higinbotham Co 'AILitrli'i Pioneer- The andr'rttjll c TELEPHONE INC. Addressed Board of. Trade. Howard .Stutchburj--.or'Ihe military hosnilal3. commission1 Is In." the clty today, :anU at noon addressed the Board of Trade giving ,an-acco.ynl :ol his recent trip, to the east'. O. T. Lalhrop 111. O. .T. Lathron was: lakon to th.n hospital last evening suffering "from a serious .illness which may reiiulre an operation. A-consultation held Ihis afternoon to decide. 2 Aquatic Club MemucTb, AiUntlonl All memliers of'the Atiuatlc Club arc asked to meet at. tho club house Henilerson Park, loinorrnw. at two o'clock-to" put irie club's, plo int condition. Bring gardening tools. Fire Extinguisher Nett'Cash- 1 Large Bottle ol Auto Liquid Veneer and Sprayer complete HAYR HARDWARE THE FARMERS' 3th AVE. Joins Local Firm. A. Frazer of Ramsay's, Limited, I''dnionton, has taken a posilion with Bawdieh llros., where he will have uliarge of (lie floor, 11. G. Moir has also joined the staff of this store. Ready For the Trees. .At'today's meeting 'or Ihc Hoard of Trade, Coihaitsloucr Freeman slat- ed thai liolcs for -100 trees liad 'been dug for planLirg at Henderson Park tomorrow. planted. 1-ast year 300 trees were Superior Supply Go. TUNING, BUILDING AND UAILWAV SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT Emerson ranu Iniplciuciils Staudc Muk-a-Ti'iietni'.s SECOND AVENUE. 4 THIRTEENTH STREET, LETHUH1DGE njuml today while scekln5 to[ of Ihc'Bnnk ol Corn- escape .by hiding lit a garbage can People's Forum WHEAT GROWERS ORGANIZE To Ihe Editor of The Herald. I Uilnk IL Is. time for the Wlieat Guards heldie; turning ihe' can OTcr to a malting' leamster, drove sharp steel rods through the contents Murphy'a cries or; pain led lo his turned [ate Tue ponitcn iary aurgcon saftl Ills 'wound probably he fatal. growers lo get and form themselves Into an association, some big changes have to as' raarkete. Tree anil a readjustmenf of grading, aprenda ht- Iween difference between Wagon and track prices, aiifl many other that, will liayp lo Ecttlcd, by some iipt the wheat growers take a'hand? .-Jfwoultl soggcEt. to Ihc whcaL growers, -or growers, thaljthey hayc local all over the district, from Calgary lo .the boundary, and -'send representatives to Lcthbrfd.Ec. aa> about the middle of June. I am quite certain If thJs Is done- an immense benefit will he derived- is not done -these important questions will be aetllcd by IheQcom mission men, elevator, and -mill nicn. Let some each district take Yours truly, A. II.- Plncfcer Creek; Ariril "24.- BORN. Mr. ami Mrs. J M. Glcndennlng, N'anlon, Alia., dftuglilcr, April 23rd, 1917. THEY GOT'M'ORPHY. .Tolle'i, 111., April'2o.-Jame3 r a convict, probably fatally Jan. Visitor. Jas.'Weir of Parkland, .vice-presi- dent of the U. F. A., Is ID the city Hie Interests of the Farmers' Fire and Hall Insurance Co. In f speaking to The HQrald'man, Mr. Weir was very enthusiastic over the Idea of the farmers owning nnd operating It Will Pay You To See Us 1 'FOR.FIRST CLASS FIIRNACE.WORK EAVETBdUGhJING, BARRETT SPECIFICATION 20 YEAR 'BONO HOOFING, -'METALLIC CEILING, CORNICE, SKYLIGHTS, WATEH TANKS. CHIMNEY STACKS, ROOF. JACKS .'..j-.'-' 'COUNTRY WORK A SPECIALTY m p m _nEAn, STAFFORD BLo'CK, LETH BRIDGE their own Insurance Co. throughout Canada; and the same icy_ .In regard to Ihc "officers "of oilier fin- ancial Institutions. We are tniis deprived of the direct oilvtce of to ail- the.Domlnicn and the Provinces on thesei miiliors'of'polllita nutl eco- nomics to ivhicli-yJu rcfdr. SoraclHuly said the other 'day, "We arc a'couii'- Iry.of cco.nomllc'11] How-are we lo Improve ourselves'if all the eco- Intent, aiands aloof from the Bank Changes. H. M- Stewart of Mooac Jaw, for- Mason Risch Limited flalnioral DlDck 'v_ lfLelhbrldgr Vlclrolas, Victor'' Recorde, VloV Ins, Sheet and Musical Merchandise. Mail Orders Given Careful Attention; inercc al .Maclcod, has Lcen manager'of Ihc bank's branch at 51. 'Ncvcfoundland, A, Maybcc, of Brandon, opened the branch of Ihc hank twelvp. years ago, Lmccccds him at Moose Jaw. Revise Wage Schedulss. Sometime ago .the city era committed thcmsclvea lo pay the same wages as arc being paid In the mines of Ihc district. If the now agreement h ratified by tho miners It will necessitate a revision of Ihc wage scales-In the iiublic works and utilities departments. The' remedy. for, .your would o Plica r to lie In Iho lianJa of tlie Interests" yb'vt cVrnploln of. nut thcysoem lu r-rcfcr to sit back and criticize those wJiom they LeJp (o elect lo do the work. financial Institution would not care to loava'any considcrabln part of the lo lie conlcnflo Icara-lhrac in -l i In ORCHARD FIRM.OWES Sold Tracts of Land. to Investors All. Over Country. Cumberland, iW.f April Com- plete schedules In the F. Sons bankruptcy were filed here loday aod ahow tlint tho .Ilrm. owci The n-ns one ot the largest orchard In the 6flst. sold tracts of for or- chards lo email investors all over Iho country. MANY IN LETHBRIDGE TRY SIMPLE MIXTURE Slany Lcthbrlilgc'rcople are surprifl- at (lie QUCK action of simple Imckthbrn bark, glycerine, clc, aa mixed In Aillcr-l-ka, This simple rcm- cy. nets' on 1JOTH upper and-lownr. hands o[ bodies In BANKERS AND POLITfCS COMBINGS MADEUfV r i j 'I'lic y Coinl'orL .HnDiiis. Rocm 1, Hull Block'. Phone 1710 (Krom the Financial Eilllor Financial Times-- your Issue of April ,7th you "PROVINCIAL LKGISLATOIIS AT' '_ IT" l.i Ihc season of the year when Provincial Legislatures do most dls llngulah themselves by the political Inequity and "Ihc economic Inconshl- ei'nllon of iht measures llie> Just let me ask A question. At season In our national life will onf ftnanciers Interest them selves so far In our affairs ihc> nhall .bo milling Id let ROHID of Ihclr men take a share In govornmen the 'country? ".-Tho policy row la to rlhcoiirnge any llko arlivc participation In on Bovernmcnl hy Ihe managers .o[ thi icli they decline o Le rcprcaciiteil. Thfa is not and U fair lo the resl o[ us. U is not patriotic. Yours, '0. II. President, Doiird of Trarlc. Lcthbridgc, 10. rcllovc or prcTont appendicitis. A tiort Ircritment holps chronic stomach' rouble. The INSTANT, action of AdlEr-l-ta la D. Co., Ltd., l of our chartered banks I Editor. There Is much force in Mr. Mar- noch's romptr.Iul thai-the governing bodice In Canada are.lnadcciuatcly sup- plied wllh-flnnnctal oritl economic tal- ent, ami H la undoubtedly true thai raost-llnancial InsliUUioiia dlscourago ih'clr'offlcera [rom'parllclpallnR In tlic of government. The-finan- clal Inslllullons arc "not' primarily lo Idame for this, Whcn'.Te sec Ihc masses ot mud that arc" hiirlcd al ev- ery citizen of respcclabll lly who undertakes the functions of n mcrabcr of any governing body, from a Tillage school board'to the Domln ion I'nrllnmenl.'.'ji Is hard to blimo fof Inslance, being rcluclant that. Its officers should. Incur abuse tor themkclvcs. nnd to some ex inslilutjon.1" We shall be glad lo print the other cor respondents on this Important A.O.F. Invitation Inlv. of ON FRIDAY, APRIL 27th (ARBOR DAY) Gents 25c Dancins 9 lo 2. MISS ARNOLD'S ORCHESTRA CAR AFTER DANCE ;