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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CINTRAL CCMFORTA8LB HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.28 a Day Hotel in Alborte Pride of Alberta and Mother's Favorite Every Sack Contains u The Reason Why-- It's BETTER Taylor-Made Some of our Saturday Specials RED RASPBERRIES. These are now getting towards the end for this mien, Per basket.. 16c Per crate ............................... $3.50 KENORA BLUEBERRIES. Now In splendid condition. Per lb. .... ^....................... 28c Per 15 lb. basket ....................... 13.25 BLACK -CURRANT8. Just a few coming In. Two baskets for ............................. 3te GOOSEBERRIES. Just a few coming in. Pep basket ................................... 15c CALIFORNIA PEACHES. In fine condition for slicing. Per basket....................65c CALIFORNIA PLUMS. Blue or red. Per basket 85c APPLES. Aood eeokere. Put up In half boxes. Special, per half boa....................$1.49 NEW POTATOES. Per lb....................*o CELERY. Finest >. C. All nicely trimmed. 2 lb*. for ...................................... 2�e MOLASSES SNAPS. Per lb..................20e CHEESE: Finest Ontario make. Per lb......30c GOOD COOKINQ BUTTER. Per lb...........30c COLD MEATS VEAL LOAF, per lb........................ 30c CORNED BEEF, per lb.....................45c BOILED MAM, per lb...................... 50c ROAST PORK A DRESSING. Per lb........ftfic BUG-O-CIDE THE POTATO GROWER'S FRIEND A pure scientific blend of Paris Green and other arsenical Insecticides. Specially suitable for the destruction of the potato bug- Used the same as Parte Green. Price 85c per pound. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phene 1487 Druggist* and Stationers Next Dallae Hotel Make tbe MOST of the High Prices ky consigning Ytnr Grain to SMITH-MURPHY & CO. You will realise every cent la it for you, &nd get your returns promptly. WRITE OR PHONE Office Phone 1313 Residence Phone 1484 N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. CITY, AND DISTRICT P. Burns Here. P. Burns of Calgary is a visitor In the city today. STRONG 6 BOWLER GRAIN mad CeYmaaipsion Merchants Caigery-Cdmenten-Lethbrldge Onr entire organization tay�t yewr service ant with our expea> laacs we can safety guarantee to get .jJju the beet prices tar jrocu- greJn^at any time as* fa* aar grade or tfad of grata. Phepa M 1B2S Calgary v Per Office IMS Cambridge | Res. 1811 Lethbrldge) i Ovr Agents who are In yasjr diattiet J. A. eUMMINO Lath bridge Manager Musicians' Union The regular meeting of the Musicians' union will be held in the Labor Temple at 3 p.m., Sunday. Is Postponed Memorial service for Pte. Jack Red shaw is postponed indefinitely owing to the unavoidable absence of Adjt. Muttart. Football Practice The football game between the Uniteds and the L. S." S. scheduled for the ball park tonight, will be held in Adams park on account of baseball practice at the Athletic park. Concert at Hardieville The United church choir are giving a concert in Trinity _ church, Hardieville on Friday, August 10th. The entertainment was originally" planed lor August 9th. Charged With Seduction. F. Reinboit of Medjcine Hat was arrested here yesterday by Detective Hesketh of the A. P. P."on a warrant charging him with seduction under promise of marriage. Goes to Hat. H. G. S. Cole, who has been a member of the customs . Btaf f here for some time has been transferred to Medicine Hat. His place here is taken by I\ Bassinger of Calgary, a returned soldier who saw service with the Princess Pats. BORN. McAKTHUR-On Thursday, August 2nd, to Mr. and Mrs. M. S. McArthur, a son. THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers Phone 523 MARKETS Winnipeg, Man., Aug. 3.-Trading In wheat for future delivery was moderate today, although the. market was firmer and higher. October opened one cent bettor than yesterday's close quotation of 32.25 and was bw up to $2.30 during the session but reacted] before the finish. Oats were steady! and fractionally higher in the trading but closed easier. Flax for November delivery appeared in the board for the first time this season, the opening bid being $3.28. There was no business done in barley. There was a continued keen demand for all grades of wheat and oats in the cash market, but offerings were light. Prices were higher for all grades under number one northern which closed at the fixed maximum of $2.40. Winnipeg October wheat closed 3c up. October oats closed ',4c higher, December %c lower. October flax closed 5c higher, November unchanged and December 4%c higher. Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat-No. 1 Nor... 240 No. 2 Nor... 237 No. 3 Nor...232% No. 4 Nor...222 No. 5 Nor...200 No. 6 Nor... 173 Feed.....................164 Basis Contract- August, first half ............240 Oats-No. 3 C. W..................... 74 Extra No. 1 Feed..............74 No. 1 Feed.. 72 No. 2 Feed.. 70 Barley'- No. 3 ......122 No| 4 ;.....117 Rejected and Feed ............Ill Flax-No. 1 N. W. C.................330 No. 2 C. W. 325Vi No. 3 C. W. 313 Futures Winnipeg Wheat- Out............. 226 227 Oats- Oct....... ...... 69% 69% Dec............. 66 65% Flax- Oct............. 329 332 Dec............. 32C 326 Minneapolis- Sept............. ... 230 Chicago- Sept............. 230 227% LOCAL MARKETS Grain in ahuiTy �s-Bettw look them over. � Consumers'Hardware Co. ' 120 FIFTH ST, 8. , PHONE 1212 LETHBRJDOE 4012 ;