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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 18, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR ----.... - n _ m , ^ Beat $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta We have arriving, Some Tomorrow & Some Friday SHIPMENTS OF 8. C. WINDSOR AND ROYAL ANN CHERRIES, GOOSEBERRIES, RED CURRANTS AND POSSIBLY SOME SOUR CHERRIES, ALSO SOME VERY FINE IDAHO BING CHERRIES. WE HAVE fiOLD Lfi^GE QUANTITIES OF THE8E LINE8 ESPECIALLY THE CHERRIES AND -PEOPLE RECEIVING THEM HAVE EXPRESSED GREAT SATISFACTION AT THE QUALITY AND PRICE. B. C. Windsor Cherries, n dark red, nlmost like B. C. Red Currant*, 24'basket cratos, very spec-the Bing. In 4 basket crates. Per crate.. $2.75 lal. Per crate .........................'. $2.90 rTm ann fhcrrirB in 4 taiiket crite. P�r B- c- G���eberrle�, large berries, small crates. Royal Ann Chcrnes, In 4 basket crate.. Per Very ,paclal> per crate ................. $2 90 crat0Large o/ates. very special .............. $4.00 I dr. ho Bing Cherries, 20 lb. cases, exceptionally Changulnota Bananas, nice and ripe, good size, fine. Per case ..........................$3.75 Per dozen ............................... 30c THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers Phone 525 K. & A. FACE CREAM A non-greasy disappearing cream. Just the thing for tan and sun-H"*"",,, dislodges the fine particle,* of dust secreted in the pores of the skin, thus rendering it healthier and improving the complexion. Price - 25c THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1487 Druggists and Stationers Next Dallas HoUl Make the MOST of the High Prices by consigning Your Grain to SMITH-MURPHY & CO. Yon will realise every cent In It for you, and get your returns promptly. I WRITE OR PHONE Office Phone 1313 Residence Phone 1484 N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. I STRONG & DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Merchants Cattery" *dmonton-Lstl>s>rKa)e Our an tire orftnlaaUoa Is at yetar aervloe and with our �x par-Ian ca we can safely ruaraiita* to pet you the Etet prtcw tar yen* grain at any Umaaac far cay grade or kit* of grate. Whana M 1M2 Calgary I For OrHoa IMS Lawibridge | Queta-In. 1S11 LetMtrJaae) tloee. MOwiAgtMi who are ia-yewr 4. A. OUMMINO Manager In the K. of P. Hall To- night EVERYBODY WELCOME Danelngrfrom 9 p.m. to 12 p.m. GENT8 76e. LADIES FREE COMMUNICATIONS ? ** .;. .;. � Extra No. 1 feed ......'.......73Va No. 1 feed.. 70& .No. 2 feed.. 68% Barley- No" 3 ......126 No. 4 ......122 Rejected and feed ............Ill Flax-No. 1 N.W.C...................202 No. 2 C.W...2SS No. 3 C.W.. .273 Futures Winnipeg Wheat - October......... 200 212 Oats - July............ 74 75% October '........ 65% 67% December ........ 61% 62 V- Flax-July ............ 292 291 September...... 284 289^ Minneapolis - July............ 247 257 September...... 196 207 Chicago - July............... 226 September.......... 206 Make your holiday trip complete with a KODAK ALL PRICES AND SIZES FROM $7.00 UPWARDS. Let uu finish your holiday pictures. The Red Cross Drag & Book Co., United PHONE se�. LOCAL MARKETS Groin & Livestock Prices Trac,k Prices Wheat .....221 Oats......65 Flax......- Barley Wagon Prices Wheat .....217 Oats......62% Flax......261 Barley .....100'4 7c. LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, Sc; choice cows Select hogs, 150 to 250 lbs. 14o. Choice killing wethers, sheared 10c. Choice killing ewes, sheared, 9c. TALCUM DAYS Talcum Spells Comfort for Hot Weather. Prevents Chafing in Children. -WE HAVE THEM ALL- Johnson's Red cross Baby Powder. Colgate3 (all odors). Mennen's and Colgate's Baby Powder. Rexall Baby Powder. RexaTl Violet Dulce. Babcock's Corylopsie." Mennen's Borated and Violet. Lyman's Crushed Rose and Violet. Lehn & Fink's R|yeris Rogers & Gallett. . Squlbb's Carnation. Mary Garden, Etc., Etc. J. D. HigiobotMm & Co -- Limited � � 'Alberta's Planeer OruflQlatsV* The 1*m�L Stom Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 123 "ARGUiMEXTUM AD HOMIXEM" HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW I KINETO CLOXK IN 8TARLAND? IT'S A NOVELTY. Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave; S. and Uth Street. MINING, BUILDING 4 RAILWAY SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH- BUGGIES ME NTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINDER ENGINEC PHONE 1729-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR PTE. SELLENS TO GO TO OTTAWA | Pte. Richard Sollens. who just re-' cently returned from the >ront after I having boon seriously wounded in the arm, has been offered nnd accepted a j position in the pensions department j at Ottawa. Pte. Sellens arrived in the city yesterday from fidmonton, where he has been in the convalescent home, and will leave for Ocmwi shortly.' Pte. Sellens was a printer before onlistlng being emplovo.l ;.t ' | the Quick Print. He received most of his schooling in Lethbridge, h.iv-j ing come from England several years ago. TO CITY AND DISTRICT Elks Meet Lethbridge Lodge No. 37, B.P.O.E., will meet tomorrow night at S.j'0 in the club rooms. Water Test The sample of water submitted July 13th showed no evidence of pollution. For Red Crosa. A. J. Blackbume, hon, treasurer, acknowledges for the 11.3:1 Cross $:> from Evelyn Hamilton, the proceeds of a play which she got up. E L. C. Charlesworth, deputy minister of public works at Edmonton, m.s written President Mtirnoch of the board of trade stating that lie expects to be in Calgary in a few days whon lie will call upon Mr. Pctors of the Dominion irrigation department with reference to drilling arrnngpincnts for testing for water in Alberta. .Mr. Peters has a Calyx drill which Mr. Charlesworth wishes to to it out. C. P. R. Official Here. Lewis Stockett. manager of the coal branch of the C P. R. department of natural resources, is in the city. Ex. Farm Excursions. Tomorrow the first of tho series of three Experimental Farm excu:siuiih will be run from Calgary via Alder-j side. On Friday the people alou^ ilie Lethbridge-Weyburn line from art far i east as Manyberries will make the 1 trip, while from High Uivcr and along | the Macleod branch th-j excursion will : bring the farmers and tholV wives and ; children on Saturday. Mr. Fairfield i expects the excursions to lie more ; largely patronized this year thi'.n ever i before. In the Discard "You see a lot of mandolins and guitars in a pawnshop window." "I s'poso its different in Europe. Mason & Risch Limited Balmoral Dlock Lethbrldgs They say over there tho pawnshop windows are full of old scepters."- Louisvillo Courier-Journal. Vlctrolss, Victor Records, VloV Ins, Accordeons, Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise. Mail Orders Given Careful Attention. N We Put Up Mstal Work of every description. Cornices, mouldings, skylightc, ventilators, in fact'everything made of tin or sheet mstal. We shall be glad to estimate on any tin or sheet metal work you may have In mind. Our figures v/ill be baaed on quality materials and expert workmanship, but v/e do not fear comparison. THE DIXON SHEET METAL CO. Rear Stafford Block. Lethbridge, Alta. "Blowed if I can understand this 'ere cry of 'Back to the Land,' sir, can you?"-London Bystander. Here Tomorrow Dr. McCallura, chairman of tho Honorary Advisory Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, who wrote recently that he would visit Lethbridge this week to investigate matters connected with the basic industries of the city and district, has informed the Board of Trade that he will arrive tomorrow morning. This is one day ahead of the date he first set. In the morning he will meet President Marnoch to discuss various subjects. Later in tho day the council will be called together to discuss with hira such matters as ho would like to take up. Tho evidence he is taking here will be informal. PROHIBIT CAT MEAT Montreal, July 17.-The sale of cat moat or dog meat is lo bo prohibited in this city, according to a bylaw which is to be considered at a meeting of the city council Thursday, but horse meat will be permitted in shops where horse moat 1b sold exclusively and where signs indicate that onTy horse meat is for sale. OFFICE STATIONERY UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS. A few just as good as now, two colored ribbon, tabulator and back spacer. Price $65.00. Ono Umlor-wood Typewriter in good condition, $55.00. Ono Royal Typewriter in good condition, $38.00. CHECK WRITER. Wo are agents for the F. & E. Check Writer. Wo carry Model C in stock. Price $^5.00. IF IT IS FOR THE OFFICE-WE WILL HAVE IT Ever all & Fr ank s Slnnott Block, Corner 4th Ave. and 5th 8t. Both weddings and funerals admit men to the silent majority. BORN KEEL-To Mr. and Mrs, Louis Keel on July 17, a daughter, Barbers' Supplies Everything for the :: man who :: haves :: himself. :: We have Strops ranging In price from 25c to $2.00. ANNOUNCEMENTS The ladles of St. Patrick's" church aro holding a lawn social and pantry sale at Dr. Lovering's next Thursday, July 19th. 183-2 . A dance will be held in tho K. of P. P: hall tonight. Everybody welcome. Miss Arnold's orchestra in attendance. Gents 75 centR, ladies free. 184-1 Thousand Dollar Saturday - - - A New "Movie" with lots yf "Pep." See Friday's Paper for full particulars. J '* j^eSSas^" Hair Cutting Shears from .............................. 75c to $1.80 Hair Cllppor3 ........................................ $1.00 to $3.00 Upwards of twenty-five styles and mnkeo in razors of tho good old fashioned kind at before the war prices.-All the up to date make* in 8afety Razors. Shaving Brushes from 25c to $3.00 Consumers' Hardware * Co. PHONE 1212 40 13 ;