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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 17, 1918, Lethbridge, Alberta hi f U ' ! 11 NOnPHEIMER PIANOS BOI30N PHONOGRAPHS ASSINIBOIA MUSIC CO., LTD. "Everyth(na Musical" S1& eth Street South Phone 1545 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD' ____^______ . ________ I "WANT" ADS BRING QUICK ANSWERS I THE DEMAND FOR COOKED MEATS isHncreasing. Try some and you'U understand why. DELANY'S Meat Co. Opposite Dallas Hotel Phone 452 Si "OFFICE SUPPLIES" BLANK BOOKS, FILES, BINDING CASES, LEGAL FORMS, TYPEWRITER PAPER, TYPEWRITER CARBON, RIBBONS, ETC., ETC. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO.. Ltd.  NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 f; CAHLE PRICES Winnlpeo. July 17.-Cattle prices at the stock yards are falling fast. The drop has been markei during the last few days. Lack >f feed In some drought stricken districts to the west has resulted in some loss, and this has had some effect on the market. Butcher cattle have dropped 1 to 3c a pound since the middle of last week. Veal'calves have dropped 1 to 4c due to heavy receipts and poor quality of cattle durl.ig the l.nst few days. EDITORS CROSSED ON U.S. TRANSPORT London, July 17.-Writing in the Daily Express, J. K. Wood, editor oX the Calgary Herald, one of the visiting Canadian journalists, says they came across the ocean in a convoy carrying thousands of American troops. > Nothing impitssed them more than the greatness' of the American effort. He adds: "We have here seen the training of Canadian troops and it filled us with pride to watch their splendid enthusiasm. We have been especially proud to see the forestry corps, ivhloli is Canada's own special expert share. Wo now go to France, and will see not only our own armies, but the allied forces in the field. We shall have a message to take homo that will inspire our people. Canada is full of the war from the Atlantic to the Fac-iflc." U. S. CASUALTIES Washington, July 17.-The ar^ my casualty list today shows 172 names, divided as follows: Killed in action, 38; died of wounds, 16; died of disease, 4; died of airplane accident, 2; d'ed of accident and other causes, fi: =lli/ THERE IS A REASON For people trndlnB at our store under our new gystoni. llocnuso we can supply your wants nt n lower price sinro we hnvo cllnihiated all unneee.osary expanses of doing business, such as bad debts, delivery and collection costs. Fresh Fruits Arriving Daily Direct from tlie Grower. Raspberries for preserving are now In. Wo would advise getting a crate or two nt these prices. Our price per crr.tc. $3.00. .'RED RASPBERRIES, per basket ............ 17c . ROYAL ANN CHERRIES, 4 basket case ,. $2.90 .LOGANBERRIES, per basket.............. 20c 'LOGANBERRIES, per case, 24 baskets ... $4.50 FREESTONE PEACHES .................. 60c BARTLETT PEARS, per basket ........... 65o HOTHOUSE TOMATOES, per lb........... 28o FRE3H CELERY, per lb.................... 17c THE CANADA FOOD BOARD SAYS: "With every 4 lbs. of Standard Flour we must sell 1 lb, of Substitute. We have n good variety of same." i High-C!as8 Cash Grocers WATCH OUR BUSINESS GROW. THE GOOD CO. CANADA FOOD BOARD LICENSE NUMBER 8-599 Phone 525 MARKETS wounded severely, 96; missinu, prisoner, 1. SAIL FOR CANADA. Ottawa. July 17.-Word has been received here that Hon. A. Meighen, Hon. A. .7. Calder and Senator Smea-ton have sailed for Canada. Metal Woi-k To Order Cornices in tin or galvanized Iron; eaves, gutters, skylights, roofs, ceilings, walla, floors. We'll build yoa anythinr. In tin or sheet metal from a tin horn to a corrugated iron warehouse. Ask for our estimate on that ne.xt job. Our work elands the test of time. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOtfK__ LeTHBRIDQE, ALBERTA Winnipeg, July IT.-Today's cash market was dull, there being no demand for oats, barley or flax. Oats closed ?8C higher for July and V^c higher for October. Flax closed 3c lower for July and 6%c lower for October. WINNIPEG MARKETS. Oats- Open Close .July ....................91% fil" October ................84% S4U Fla.x- July ...................433 433 October .................432 429 CASH PRICES. Oats- .\o. 2 C.W...02'.,i No. 3 C.W...89 Extra 1 Feed ...................S9 Xo. 1 Food, S6 No. 2 Feed, S3 Barlev- No. 3 C.W., 150 No. 4 C.W., 130. Rejected and Feed ............1251 Flax- Xo. 1 N.W.C...................4331A No. 2 C.W.....................430 CALGARY LIVESTOCK. / Calgary, July 17.-There 'veve plenty of cattle at tho stock yards today, receipts having been fairly heavy. They are niovins freely and* biidinc i:, brisk. A number of cows were sold for $9.'cdorai Shipbuilding Cora pany of Sarnia, itho Dominion Ship building Company of CoUingwood, an