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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta I HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE LETHBRIDGE lAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beit a Day Hotel in Alberta Taylor -made Flour Pride ui Amelia and. Mother's Favorite Two Brands with but a single BETTER BREAD Bing Cherries for Preserving FEW KNOW HOW FINE BING CHERRIES REALLY ARE WHEN PRESERVED. MOST PEOPLE CONSIDER THEM TOO EXPENSIVE TO BUY FOR PRESERVING. IF THE TRUTH WERE ARE ACTUALLY CHEAPER THAN MOST FRUITS YOU PRESERVE. CON- SIDER THt ACTUAL WEIGHT OF FRUIT YOU GET AND COMPARE WITH OTHER FRUITS YOU p PUT. DOWrJ AND YOU WiLL FIND THAT IT IS'REALLY ECONOMICAL TO BUY BING CHERRIES.' WE HAVF A LARQE SHIPMENT TO ARRIVE IN 'THE MORNING. 20 boxes. Price, per box THE GOOD CO. High C'iassi Growers Phone 525 FREE! To each customer buying one Palm Olive Shampoo, price 50c, or one Palm Olive Creini, price 50c, we will give two full size cakes ?1 Palm Olive Soap. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1W7 Dnigglitc ind SUlloneri Next Oilli, Make the MOST of the High Prices thy consiga- ing Your Graio to SMITH-MURPHY CO. You will realize every cent In it for you, -and get your re- turns promptly.- WRITE OR PHONE -'Office Phone 1313 Residencis Phont 1484 !.N. '7. MACLEOD, BRANCH SHERLOC-K BLDQ. People's Forum STRONG GRAIN and .Our onulntloa U yvor lerflqe with our exper- ience ire can to Ifit you teit. ypiif M any tiiae aai tor iky fnit or kind o( trtla. M 1922 1MI LAl 1lU-Li Pw i Our Agente who an dtatrlrt. A WRONG IMPRESSION Editor Herald: Dear obsen'e In your issue 01 Jnne ISth, a rery lolerestlng and 11- lun.fbftUnE ropp'rt by Mayor Handle on the recepl "WJa Ihe War" convention In Montreal. I entirely agree with Mayor Ilajdle that It U regrtttable that: Intelligent press publiclt> this conTenllon, anr Ihls applies, aot only to the me'etlng Itself, .but to Ibe-period spent In pre- probably quite unln tentloiiliily, e> fomcwhat.wrong Impres slon his lieen given as to my attitude with reference to Teprcsentallon through a telegram sent by me to 3Ir Wood, Presldenl gf the Unlled Farm era of Alberta which is quoted 'b} Mayor follows: "Alberta has decided not to E delegates to the convention; see May or Hardle of Lethbrldge and Mr. Cous ins of Medicine Hat who en rout j to conTeutionr-and advise them tha I and you'must govern yourselve Winnipeg, Jolj was the only grain market anij did Tprj- little Tras terr lale In opening dot posted at ST cenis -down from Saiiirdars ci'-jeiand" closed 1H cents down. Oats opened. vr'.ui V ft ceiils higher at 11% and clgied: ,-cents Ighcr at 73H- October pats "opened H cents higher at 60'i :ocnt3 iind losed 3 cents higher at. 62, IT oats opened. 'ceat higher at closed Ivs centa .higher. July flax closed .cent lower and >ctober cents _.a__.. There wea 'ndvancfl' of 5. cants cash pries and 3 cents In basis COB- met Cash oals'ail 2% ck-5- ns Vi cent future, i The reason glvon for.-.not' closing iho Winnipeg -Tuesday and Vednesaay was Uat they Srere ,ite IJrEt business daya ot" tha.- iecond heavlrst delivery rnonlli o[ Ihe year. TLe buyers tor the British' and allied lovemraenls vpre pn-the inarke( for oats nnd In to'burlnig'July ircre paying a sojall. premium1' for cash oals, so aoms went the clearing house., little traa ..was done'in wheat beyond limited jurca'asM nlllers. The market all WJIB chielly not- able tor toe over 'Se weeV-en'd' Tvere good and cars w.ere" reported in sight for todr -'WlnnlpcV No. 1 Nor...229 NOT.. .217 No. 3 Nor...212 Nq.Ji Nor...200 No. 5 Nor...176 No.'S lior..il69 Feed............ .-.Basis 218; "August, (first 213. Js'o. 2 C.W... 73% Ivo.-3 Ultra No. 1 feed 72% NO.-1 tu4 T1H No: 2 feed No.JJ......125 No. 4 Things You'll Need For That Trip Dont' depend en the stort at the retorts which you will visit while on your vacation trip.. Mike CJt-'yo-Jr list now and let us supply the goods before you itert. Healing LotionV and Creams, Crimp Sta-. llonery. Fountain Pens, Drink- ing Cups, Thermos Bottlsry Clgan, Tobaccos, Playing Cards; Eastman Kodaks and Films. Go prepared and your trip Vriii Lc thoroughly enjoyable. Tke Red Cross Drtf Co., Lieiled o KEHENSKY LED ADVANCE IN PERSON PHONG'. Petrograd. July bril- liant Russian advance, the news of which has sent a wave of rejoicing through the entire country, was led by War Minis- ter Kerensky in LCPEOC. For ibe Jasl' four days Iho minister has been contlnu- .ously at Ihe front, spending ov- ery eitorl to urge Ihe troops to advance. He Dually rodo to tha front Line.- treuches, nnd, plarlng himself at the head ot the troops, gave Iho order to advance. 't The spectacle of tho popular war minister on the firing line accomplished what oratory had Tailed lo do, and -the Russian line swept forward Into the Ger- v man trenches. f. 'r v ff OITY AND DISTRICT FREE With each pound of Mo tli Balls TTC will give .you Free a large 'dust and modi proof bag. These bagi are large enough to hold a coon skin coat. They lining, brown paper affaire- The ;miterUI la designed by wool manufacturerG In lha eert for. the ihelr high g'oods, Theie bags have been appreciated by our customers fop Ifie Iwl.twi years know you can put one to iiees, FREE accordingly." The lelegram aclually senl, follow Ing full emalrles as lo what other dU trlcls In Ihe prairie prorloces were do- reads as fpllows: apparent failure othpr 313- Ulcta prairie provinces lo appoint real- ly represcntaUve delegates to Nation- TTSI finally decided o'send iioiia'from Soutbera AJberU. tlndlr le.ll Willhra Medlcln8 Hal, and" MaVp'r Hardle, Lothbrldee, o'w proceeding Oltawo. Yoa And they nse bwii-'judgment as'to OS coarenUon-'' It IB Qulta evident tbat the tnlegram actuallj' sent, iraa not Intended to nflue'ncc these: gentlemen (who were n the east on o'ttfc .bualncsa) ID their clfiloij as to-.whetlier or cot they anld attend the conrantlpn. Yours truly, J. 6. RUTHERFORD, Superintendent o! Agriculture End ADlmal Industry. Calgajy, Jujio 22. FREE TO ALL. Don't forget the EdUon Diamond Dlec Recital at the "Y" tonlgtL at 8.30 171-1 Tiejected and feed No. 1 W. C No. 2 C.W.. .25914 ..120 ...lid 't- .2io AT THE Frank Hed'ey Drug Co. Complete Threshing Outfit Qair-Scbtt double cylinder h.f., with Draw burning illjch- mtnl.'Humlc'y teparator, 36x60. Qood cook car on water lent Tho whole outfit has bmy 40 days ier- vice. No plowing. Owner will at i licrlflce. For terms ad- dress or call at The Standard Agency Foremotl, Albert) W Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. S. and lath Street ttuitoiNO a RAILWAY SUPPLIES 4 EOUIPMENT TUpHOPE -ANDERaON AND EMER80N FAHk) IMPLEMENTS OAKO PLOWS flULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH- BOOOIE8 MENT9.; DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS EHQINEO v PHONE A BLUE LIME OAR cioher 188 uly ctober ecember uly ctblier No AnierlcaD 6214 2S-IH 258 ;62 -Wk 259% Grain Priaa Buffalo Brand, fancy SaJted Peanuts in to- flay. Large, luscious ami free .from shell or skin. 45c Ib. J. D. Higiflboiham 4 Co Flanitr TV Track Prlcts Wiflef--Prltei ,Theat 302 TVheiV '.191 'ats ...-W- Oats ...'68% Flax arleT Barley LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice eteers, .choice Select hogs, .ISO to. 13. Cholco killing wethers, sheared, 10. Choice Sllllni ewes', LITERARY MAfVKlLLEb AT LENS Erllhh Anr.i Trance, June Serge Buietf, a distinguished Fmich Vt'ir enl fttls'ched to tne Bntlah WBB killed yciterdar while jwalthlng fighting about the -Al- though Bareral been wounded Surge1 Bassitl Is the flnt lo be ilLled In field' the present war1: He nad lha legion of honor 'fof HUrarV a'td dramatic wori (o- morrow with 'aUi'.ary tni retail TELEPHONE NO. tO Road to Pass Good olice has been received from Ihe Fernfe Automobile Association that he road between Fernts and Crow's Xest is npW open and in fair shape Prlnleri Give Prize The second prize for the 75 yards boys' race, under ten years, nt Iho [led Cross carnival yesterday was do- Baled by the printers''union. 'V S.. O. -.Sons of England, Hed Rose Degree meet tomorrow, AYcdnesday, even- Ini Ih'llio S. al S p.m. This tialng a Special meeting every member Ls. urged to attend.- Tlie Vets Grateful Great 'ri desire lo thank. Ihe. Asslnlbola lluslc Co., George McLean Transfer Co., and Mrs. Waddlugtou for ravious Wniln5S3o; lhal helped to make the dance- at Ihe exhibition grounds las night toe success It was. Transferred to Webyurn H. W. Sllllar wlo has been 'cashln of. the collection department of the L H. G. here for the past lour year h'as been transferred lo Weyburn, .am will, ddfe there In his auto, rclurn IBS In aboul a month for his family ABATERS (.From'Plir Own Correspondent) avers, June Whining rilh and another man with a Chevrolet collided even ng coiling around Ihe corner at Mr, Taylor's In town. No ono was hurl mt there arc .smashed fenders, end bent dries and rods OD both cars. MJss G. closed an Instructive .erm o; Sweet Valley dls- :rlct oa Thursday. She signed up loi :he fall lorm which'IB pleasing to the Darenle. MIsa'Httmm intends to. spend ier vacation'al, the Fair and S tain- ted c and then takq a trip to North Dakota with ber's'i'ster who lives close :o a s urn trier' resort with al! kinds of recreation. Ceratd' Elliott iag been qullc sick the past week. Dr. IE ID attendance and the patient U doing nicely. All of Travers-trallea lo Champion Monday evening io. witness the ball gameanil encourage QIC learn. PlenLj of high helling was done for each side liad coDfi'drace In themselves, but Travera Carried home lie honors and the It ivas noisy game nil through and the hjrae team won sli lo f. A number, attended' the circus at Vulcaii on'WeSneadaj'iand report Ihe elepnanl Bllll- growln Mr. Tqdhunter. lefttnVednesday lor ElVio. also vfll.vUlL Calgary and fillenil "tie sUmrfuin al the Hot before mains two weeks trip fn' all: Mr. Hustings, contrJ'lor, has moved tGraporflrily-'to lo dc some eitenalve iMiJdfng for Mr. Haler- Two In the bal' Eomc al; CarnmnBa'y Jn Wednesday. Mr. Slaccj" cf-LslSjrlrfgc was call- Ing on Ihe local flrfi-last week and GRASSY LAKE (From Our OITH June prim ary room of tho PublCc i'cliool closed Tuesday afternoon with an entertain- ment consisting of songs and exercis- es by the children, afler ivhlch lemon- ade, cake and sandwiches were served. Several visitors parents of the child- ren were present. The sealer room closed Friday, most of tho week tvas taken up by them writing on thetr several eiatne. Tho leaching Blatt, Mr. and Mrs H. A. Hill leave today lor KIrcaldy, Alberta to reside. The PresDj-lerlan Sunday School Is making for' their annual picnic to be held Monday, July 2nd at the river. Mr. U. S. II. Lalt, manager o" the Union Bank and bride have rolunieil from Ihelr honeymoon and'taken up their residence on the North side. J. Fevers! la lha ntw Junior clerk at the Bank. Mr. qnd Mrs. J. end children leYf for Loth bridge this after- noon to Iho week end and holi- day. The National Elevator Co. have be- gun to' build eleyalor next lo the site of the present OgUvle's. A crew ol rrien is here and lumber nnd olher equipment Is on the ground. Also the Farmers' Elevator Co. are, having a coal shed built. Mr. Millar has made many friends took dinner with Mrfearl Jonea while luring his residence here, who wir egret his departure. He Is being suc- ceeded by B. Irwln of Edmonton. WIDE AWAM, AND PROGRESSIVE MOTOR' U4INQ Miracle Oil In their thiit greyly tn- c.rotlnj power, eirbon Is eliminated; which; nieini living in Ihe whether It giiollnt, kiroiene or dlitlljata.. FOR SALE AT GtyYnlttl .Fni Mr 'sOHULtz Third For Red Crtaa hpn. Ireasursr, A. J. Blackburne for Iho Hed Cross J45 'rom'.lhc Soroils soclely at-CryaLall Ruaaell, nil In Travera. .Ur. Deal of the. Ploneci was here a" attending lo some breaking-, arraijcmcnls-.. -Mr. and (J. ScCann crilertaJn cd At Sunday dlriier, Mlsa Haiol Groenmab, 'MIsB 'Ci.rk of the publlr Bchool1 staff, "Mr.'-Spcle end Lawyer Lak'e, o[ which was the proceeds of a dance held at Hyfisop'a Fchool; 3L Kllda, Iho proceeds of aj dancle al West Untie and from lad- les' sew log class; from Foremnat, donation from proceeds of a concert, per Mre. Gillies; J72 also from Fore- most, per Mrs. GlHIca, for lees for riew-iueni'bcrs'hlps- OLD SQDA FAVORITES The old favor.lte toil drinks can alwayi be found at. our fountain. Don't think that wt tliVe >llowed Ihe nuny fancy drlnkt to dliplir.e them. There It purity and frtlhnen {0 out: strawberry, pineapple, ind raipberry ica cream tbde 1nat will turely pleave you.' Jackson Co. Dlipenslng ChemUti Lrthbridge Albtrlt Sllrllnp Deaths The death tooH place In this clly on .luly 2 of Lester Bowman Sprack- man, seven year old son ot W. H. 3prackman, of Stirling. The remains from Fetteifey's nn- derlaklns parlors to StlrllnE where In ganUc' a hall- out and playei' heat them! Tl termerit lako place. The death oc- curred liure yeslerdv7 of Krancla Le- Rpy Chrlstatnscn, ggen fourteen yearfl, Lhb son of Mrs. E. J. Ghrlatlanaeu of Stlrllngi! The remilns Were forwarded on Oils morning's train from McKay KfcKay's undertaking parlors to Stirling rilaclc. where. Inlorment will be IN CHINA London, July Chang HBUrl, a, neuter 'dispatch frorr PeXIn, has Informed Resident I, Yuan Hung thai ha muftt retire, as Iho. Marichn ornparor, Usuan Tung hafe bcon restored to tho throne. Anofbor neuter dispatch from PeMn says that Hsuan Tung Ilaucd i mnnilatis. Saturday morning announc- ing his auccecslon to the Ihrono o( China. Mrs.- Wbbmcr a telephone all Tueaday. thbt hr, ruolher ivas ser- oualy ill with a. Stroke., She left al men for Granumrvhere her mother Ister and brothtlt.'llve. The Ha'mm. had n nice sur- irlao on ,Sundnf .When two oLhei. irothorf; from Dftv Inland motored In or A 2ew M'i3 H.imm will thenlho'rrtc lor a few daya1 wltji hsr.f rents. Well, Champfa will have lo rc'-or 5ne.' -They even came Lomond and let thorn rera and .i-oniond ar i Iho name (s going efmb. Mr.' and Ulrlck left Wednes- day lo altendpalgary Nol many .'waivers have vlglled thlp section for a Seek or more. Some Bay It (a getting dy for hreaklng, AVe have had high wish 'Wr Ihe nast two days. Is a name aptly applied lo our fire-proof doors. their object is preventive, rather than cor-' restive. They stand Biiarii at Iho places through whic-h. fire 'gener- ally seeks door- way: nnd passage'in the path of draughts and air currents. The cost Is trifling compared with Ihe security they provide. THE DIXON SHEET METAL CO. Rear SlaHord Block. Lethbrldge, Alia. OiFICE STATIONERY UNDEfVOOD TYPEWRITERS. A few Jusl B3 good as new, IWO C01- I rlbbonj Ubulatof.ond back spacer. Price- Ono Under- Wi '1 good condition, J55.00. One-Hoyal Typewriter In nod condition, J38.00. CHEC arc nscnlj for the F. E. Check Wrltur. c: y Model G In elocli. Prico J35.00. IF THE OFFICE-r-WE WILL HAVE IT Everall Franks Block, Corner 4th Ave. and 6fh flf. WITH: WORKMEN. Felrograd, June hare clashed with workmen at Karra, 'on the south coast ot tbs Oulf ot Fin- land, and 90 persons hare been Idlkd, HINDENBURG OFFERS ARMISTICE Copenhagen, June la reported frnrrt' flermftn nnurrra lhat Field shnl Von lilndenhurg, chief of gcuerul staff, hi a mesinge has again offered an brmletfce to Ruesla. This', time hla wish Is to euppenil hostlllllen1 during the clocllon el delegalea lo Iho rtusstan conatllutlonal convention. ANNOUNCEMBNTS Public Dance to bo hdd miles oulh eagf of on old FJn- rfjjht place, TotirsJoy, July 5th. Need's prchenlra, Ercrybody ffelcome. 171-S 7hc seerctars' ol Iho OM CluD has received a supply of ncoro cards, and all who wish may procure Ihem from him .for 60c per dozea. Attention, Golfers! vc.Imyc today received direot from manu- fjciurcrfl a shipment of Golf Clubs, Halls and Bags. Consumers' Hardware Co. PHONE 1212 ;