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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Albert* Taylor-made Flour Pride of Alberta . . .and. . . Mothers Favorite Two Brands with but a single aim- BETTER BREAD Bing Cherries for Preserving FEW PEOPLE REALLY KNOW HOW FINE BING CHERRIES REALLY ARE WHEN PRESERVED. MOST PEOPLE CON8IDER THEM TOO EXPENSIVE TO BUY FOR PRESERVING. IF THE TRUTH WERE KNOWN THEY ARE ACTUALLY CHEAPER THAN MOST FRUITS YOU PRESERVE. CONSIDER THE ACTUAL WEIGHT OF FRUIT YOU GET AND COMPARE WITH OTHER FRUITS YOU PUT DOWN AND > OU WILL FIND THAT IT IS R EALLY ECONOMICAL TO BUY DING CHERRIES. WE HAVE A LARGE SHIPMENT TO ARRIVE IN THE MORNING. 20 It), boxes. Price, per box_______$3.75 THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers Phone 525 FREE! FREE!! To each customer buying one Palm Olive Shampoo, price 50c, or one Palm Olive Cream, price 90c, we will give two full size cakei of Palm Olive Soap. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1487 Druggists and Stationers Next Dallas Hotel Make (he MOST of the High Prices by consigning Your Grain to SMITH-MURPHY & CO. You will realize every cent In It tor you. and get your returns promptly. WRITE OR PHONE Office Phone 1313 Residence Phone 1484 N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. People's Forum STRONG & DOWLER GRAIN an*] Commission Merchants C*lf�rjr-Edmanton- Lstttbrliga Ovr entire organisation la at yaur service atd with our eiper-lenoe we can lately guarantee to cat you the beat pricat tor jour grain at any time ana tar any grade or kind ot train. Par Quatav tls*a. a* Our Agtnta who are In yaur district Phone M 1922 Calgary Offloe 1UI Lethbridge Res. 1111 Lethbridge J. A. CUMMINQ Lethbrfdge Manager FREE With each pound of Moth Balls we will give you Free a large dust and moth proof bag. These bags are large enough to hold a coon skin coat. They ' ara atrong brown paper affairs. The material ia deaigned by wool manufacturers In the east for the preservation of their high claas goods. These bags have been highly appreciated by our customers for the last two years and we know you can put one to many uses. FREE AT THE Frank Hedley Drug Co. A WRONG IMPRESSION Editor Herald: Dear Sir,-I observe in your issue of June ISth, a very Interesting and illuminating report by Mayor Hardie on the recent "Win the War" convention in Montreal. I entirely agree with Mayor Hardie that it is regrettable that more Intelligent press publicity was not given to this convention, and this applies not only to the meeting itself, but to the-period spent in preparing for it. However, and probably quite unln-i tenUonVlly, a somewhat wrong Impression has been given as to my attitude with reference to representation, through a telegram sent by me to Mr. Wood. President of the United Farmers of Alberta which is quoted by Mayor Hardie as follows: "Alberta has decided not to send delegates to the convention; see Mayor Hardie of Lethbridge and Mr. Cousins of Medicine Hat who are en route to convention, and advise them that they and you must govern yourselves accordingly." The telegram actually sent, following full enquiries as to what other districts In the prairie provinces were doing, reads as follows: "Owing apparent failure other districts prairie provinces to appoint really representative delegates to National convention It was finally decided to send none from Southern Alberta. Kindly tell WiHtn to buying July were paying a small premium for cash oats, so some went '.hrough the clearing house. Very little trad was rA>ne in wheat beyond limited purchases by eastern millers. The market all day was chiefly notable for the restricted trade. Receipts over the week-end were good and 1,000 cars were reported in sight for toda;. Winnipeg Cash Prices. Wheat- No. 1 Nor... 220 No. 2 Nor. .217 No. 3 Nor...212 No. i Nor. .200 No. 5 Nor.. .176 No. 6 Nor. .169 Basis contract- July 218; August, (first half) 213. Oats- No. 2 C.W... 73% No. 3 C.W. . �2% Extra No. 1 feed . ....... , . . ,  72% No. 1 feed .. 71% No. 2 feed . 69% Barley- No. J3 ......125 No. 4 . , 120 Rejected and feed .110 Flax- No. 1 N. W. C No. 2 C.W.. .259}; No. 3 C.W. ..245 Futures. Wheat- October .. .. .. 188 187 Oats- July ......... .. 71% 73% October........ .. 62^4 62 December...... 59% 59�i Flax- July ---- ..... ... 264^ 263 October ...... .. . 2158 289% No American markets. Things You'll Need For That Trip Dent' depend on the store at the retorts which you will visit while on your vacation trip. Make cut your list now and let ua supply the goods before you start. ' Healing Lotions and Creams, Cramp and Colic Remedies. Stationery, Fountain Pena, Drinking Cups, Thermos Bottler., Cigars, Tobaccos, Playing Cards, Eastman Kodaks and Films. Go prepared and your trip will be thoroughly enjoyable.  Tke Red Cross Drag & Btok Co., United PHONE &M. * * ? ADVANCE IN PERSON *  * ? ? I** ? Petrograd, July 2.-The brilliant Russian advance, the news of which has sent a wave of rejoicing through the entire country, was led by War Minister Kerensky in person. For the last four days the war minister has been continuously at the front, spending ov-ery effort to urgo the troops to advance. He finally rode to tho front line trenches, and, placing himself at the head of the troops, gave tho order to advance. The spectacle of the popular war minister on the firing lino accomplished what oratory had failed to do. and the Russian line swept forward into the Gorman trenches. > : ? CITY AND DISTKICT Road to Pass Good Notice has been received from tho Pernio Automobile Association that the road between Ferni? and Crow's Nest is now open and in fair shape Salted L0WLJ4ARKETS Grain & Livestock Prices PREE TO ALL. Don't forget the Edison Diamond Disc Recital at the "Y" tonight, at 8.30. 171-1 Complete Threshing Outfit FOR SALE Gaar-Scott double cylinder 26 h.p., with straw burning attachment. Rumley separator, 36x60. Good cook car on trucks, water tank, tent 14x16 fset. The whole outfit has only seen 40 days service. No plowing. Owner will aell at a sacrifice. For terms address or call at The Standard Agency Foremost. Alberta Track Prices Wheat .....202 OatB......�4 Flax......- Barley .....- LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 8'�.j; clolce t Vi. Select hogs, 150 to 2C0 lbs. 13. Choice killing wethers, sheared, 10. Choice killing ewes, sheared. 9c. Wfj'uor.. Prlees Whp.o; .....191 Oats......68 y. Flax......235% Barley .....100 cows, Buffalo Brand, fancy Salted Peanuts in today. Large, luscious and free from shell or skin. 45c lb. J. D. Higinbotham & Co --- Limited 1 'Alberta's Plonasr Drugglata.* The J^/bSL Wholesale and retail chemist* TELEPHONE NO. US Printers Give Prize The second prize for the 75 yards boys' race, under ten years, at the Red Cross carnival yesterday was donated by the printers' union. S. O. E. Meeting Sons of England, Red Rose Degree will meet tomorrow, Wednesday, evening In the S. O. E. hall at 8 p.m. This being a Special meeting every member is urged to attend. Vets Grateful The Great War Veterans' Association desire to thank the Assinlboia Music Co.. George McLean Transfer Co., and Mrs. Waddlngton for various kindnesses that helped to make tho dance at the exhibition grounds last night the success it was. TRAVERS Transferred to Webyurn H. W. Millar who has been cashier of the collection department of the 1. H. C. here for the past four year? 1 has been transferred to Weyburn, and ' will drive there in his auto, return-i Ing (n about a month for his family. | Mr. Millar has made many friends' | during his residence here, who wll regret his departure. He Is being succeeded by W. B. Irwin of Edmonton. LITERARY MAN KILLf'O AT LENS Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. S. and 13th Street. MINING, aUILOING A RAILWAY SUPPLIES A EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDER80N AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOWS 8ULKIE8 FORD TRACTOR ATTACH- BUGGIES MENT8. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINDER ENGINEC PHONE 1725-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR British Army Headquarters In Franca, June 30.-Serge Bassett, a distinguished French war correspondent attached to the British armies, was killed yesterday while watching the fighting about the Lens salient. Although several correspondents have been wounded Serge B?Bs�tt Is the first to be killed In the field during the present war. He had been awarded the legion of honor for literary and dramatic work. He will bo burled tomorrow with military honors. WIDE AWAKE TRACTOR MEN AND PROGRESSIVE MOTOR* I8T8 ARE USING Miracle Oil In their fuel thus greatly Increasing power, bseauea carbon Is eliminated, which means a aubstantlal saving on tho "prloe" whether It lo gasoline, kerosene or distillate. FOR SALE AT THE City Vulcanizing Shop Proo Air on the Curd SCHULTZ A RITCHIE 817 Third Avenue South For Red Cross The lion, treasurer, A. J. Blackburne acknowledges for the Rod Cross ?45 from the Soroais society at Crystal Lake, $15 of which was the proceeds of a dance held at Hyssop's school; |76 from St. KUda, tho proceeds of a dance at West Butta and from the ladles' sewing class; $75 from Foremost, donation from proceeds of a conceit, per Mrs. Gillies; $72 also from Foremost, per Mrs. Gillies, for fees for new memberships. old soda favorites The old favorite aoda drinks can always be found at our fountain. Don't think that we have allowed the many fancy drinks to displace them. There Is purity and freahness to our strawberry, pineapple, vanilla, and raspberry ice cream soda that will surely please you. Jackson & Co. Dispensing Chemists Lethbridge Albsrta Stirling Death* Tho death took place in this city on July 2 of Lester Bowman Sprack-man, seven year old son of W. h, Sprackman, of Stirling. The rem?ins were forwarded from Fetterley's undertaking parlors to Stirling where Interment will tako place. The death occurred here yesterday of Francis Lc-Roy Christainson, agen fourteen years, the son of Mrs. E. J. Christiansen of Stirling. The remains were forwarded on this morning's train from McKay & McKay's undertaking parlors to Stirling where interment will be made. (From Our Own Correspondent) Travers, June 29.-Harry Whittln,'; with his Dodge and another man with a Chevrolet collided Wednesday even ing coning around the corner at Mr. Taylor's In town. No ono was hurt but there are smashed fenders, and bent axles and rods on both enrs. Miss G. Hamm closed an Instructive term oi school in Sweet Valley district on Thursduy. She signed up foi the fall torm which 1r pleasing to the parents. Miss Hamm intends to spend her vacation at the Fnir and Stampede and then tako a trip to North Dakota with her sister who lives clost to a summer resort with all kinds of recreation. Mrs. Gerald Elliott Has been quite sick the past week. Dr. Walkey Is in attendance and the patient Is doing nicely. All of Travers tratle of high betting wns done tor each side had confidence In themselves, but Travers carried home tie honors and tho money. It was a fait noisy game all through and the hnne team won only by six to seven. A number attended the circus at Vulcan on Wednesday and report the elephant still growing. Mr. Todhunter left'-Wednesday for Elko. B. C, and also wll visit Calgary and attend the stamptde at the Hat before returning, niakng two weeks' trip in all. Mr. Hastings, contrator. has moved temporarily to Badgei Luke to dc some extensive bujding for Mr. Haley. Two auto loads ttok in the bal' game at Carmangay ci Wednesday. Mr. Stacey of Lctb)riilge was calling on tho local flrn laRt week and took dinner with Mr�-2arl Jones while-in Travers. Mr. Dosii of the Pioneer wus here a few days'and attending to some breaking arrangements.. Mr. and Mrs. G. ScCann entertained at Sunday dinior, Miss Har.el-Groenman, Miss CI rk oC tho publl< school staff, Mr. Seclo and Lawyer Russell, all of Cartiangay. Mrs. Wonmer rqrived a telephone call Tuesday that lur mother was seriously ill with a stroke. She loft at once for Granum/tvhere her mother sister and brother live. The Hamm Bf.i. had a nice surprise on Sundaf when two other-brothers from Uav Island motored in for a few days fay. Miss Hamm will accompany thenjliome tor a few days' visit with her nrents. Well, Champpu will have to re-or-Kanizc a ball pno. They even came out and played! Lomond and let them beat them. T^vers and Lomond al" In tho same vek is going sime. , Mr. and Mra)H. (Jiricl; left Wednesday to attendfialgary Fair. Not many qbwers have visited this section for a frook or more. Some say It is getting