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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTAQUI LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR - � - i i- Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Albert. SATURDAY SPECIALS Red Raspberries. Washington and B. C.'s. Fine quality. Shipments arriving daily, per basket 20c Next week is the time to preserve these. 3o(.k your orders with us now. Cherries, B. C. Windsors. Very fine; dark red. Per basket ............................... 75c Per crate, 4 baskets .....................$2.75 Rtd Currant's, 2 baskets for ................ 25c Per crate. 24 baskets....................$2.90 Gooseberries, 2 baskets for ................. 25c Per crate, 24 baskets ....................$2.9t> Also Large Baskets at ...................... 202 Per crate ............................... $4.00 Bananas, Changuinolas, Special for Saturday, per dozen ................................... 30c Grape Fruit. Florida*, extra large ones. Special for Saturday, 2 for ..................... 25c New Potatoes expected for Saturday. Fresh Dairy Butter, Special for Saturday, lb. 35c Cooking Biitt-t, Special for Saturday ....... 25c Buy this instead of lard, the price Is less. COOKED MEATS-SLICED Veal Loaf, per lb........................... 30c Corned Beef, per lb........................45c Boiled Ham, per lb......................... 50c Roast Pork, per lb........-................',. 55c Bacon, Peamealcd backs with the ribs taken out. Very fine quality. Per lb..................45c Bacon, Stirling heavy aides. Quality good. In the piece, per lb.............................. 37c Cream Cheese, Alberta local make. Very tasty. You will like this, per lb..................40c A full line of California fruits consisting of Peaches, Plums, Bartlett Pears, Gravenstcln Apples, Canteloupes, etc. THE High Class Grocers GOOD CO. Phone 525 MARKETS K. & A. FACE CREAM A non-greasy disappearing cream. Just'the thing for tan and sunburn. It dislodges the fine particles of dust secreted in the pores of the skin, thus rendering it healthier and improving the complexion, the kennyTallin co., Ltd. Phone 1487 Druggists and Stationers Next Dallas Hotel Make tbe MOST of the High Prices by consigning Your Grain to SMITH-MURPHY & CO. You will realize every cent In it for you, and get your returns promptly. WRITE OR PHONE Office Phone 1313 Residence Phone 1484 N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. CITY AJVJJ DISTRICT Dr. Duncan Visitor Dr. Duncan, of .Manyberries, was a visitor to the city today. Second Excursion The second excursion to the experimental farm came in today from | the Manyberries line, bringing a large number of farmers. STRONG & DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Merchants Catgary-"Edmonton-LsthbrlSf* Our entire organization it at your servlca and with our �x par-tec ce we can safely guarantee to cat you tha beat prices tar your grain at any time aat far any grade or Ua4 of grain. Phone M 1922 Calgary I Par Offloe 1W5 Lethbrtdge ( Quota-1S11 Lethbridge) tiewe. i Our Agsnto who ara In yeur district J. A. eiiMMINQ Lethbrltfge Managar For Red Cross A. J. Blackburne. honorary treasurer of the lied Cross, acknowledges 520 from the Ladies' Aid of the White j school district; $70, the proceeds of a 1 picnic at Iron Springs, and $5 from the Ladies' Aid of Iron Springs. GIVE US TIME, SAY THE GERMANS Amsterdam, July IS.-Many Germans have become faint hearted, says General von Stein, Prussian war minister, as quoted by the General An-zeiger, of Dusseldorf. The general, replying to a telegram from the German national union expressing confidence in him, gave the following advice. "Everyone should possess confidence in the future greatness of Germany, but an excessive anxiety and faint heartedness is still troubling many persons. Everyone should endeavor to give an example of self-renunciation and sacrifice and to make so selfish and faint hearted persona ashamed of themselves." Admiral von Tirpitz, replying to a similar telegram, said: "The U-boat is extremely effective but needB time." ANNOUNCEMENTS A dance will be held in the K. of I�. hall, Saturday, July 21. Everybody welcome. Geuts 75c. Ladies free. 1S6-2 Mason & Risch Limited almoral 3lack Lathbrldga Vtctrolaa, Victor Racorda, Vlav Ins, Aceordeona, Shoot Mualo and Mualcal Merchandise. Mall Order* Given Careful Attention. _J ADOPT AUTONOMY BILL Helslngford, July 19-The Finnish ' diet, by a vote of ICS to 27 votes, declared the necessity of immediately voting the autonomy, hill, adopted it in full by a vote of 1:16 to 55. HAVE YGU SEEN THE NEW I KINETO CLOCK IN 8TARLAND7 1 IT'S A NOVELTY. Winnipeg. Man.. July 20.-Winnipeg October wheat was again strong and a small quantity sold at 220 an advance of 6 cents over the closing bid of yesterday and 1 cent below the previous high quotations. There was a strong demand for cash wheat and some large lots were sold for as high as 25i>. The principal trading today was in oats for which the recent keen demand continued. The demand for wheat seems to be to fill cargo space export companies and millers were the chief buyers. ?.lilling houses are picking up mixed grades. Offerings were light. It was reported that the government agents had dropped out of the market. Winnipeg cash wheat closed at unchanged from yesterday, AVinnipeg October wheat closed 2Vs cents higher than yesterday; oats closed 2% cents higher for July, \y% cents up for October and Vj cent higher for December; barley closed unchanged from previous close: flax closed %.. cent lower for July; 1 cent higher for October and unchanged for December. Cash oats closed ?.% cents higher, bnrlc-y 1 Vi cents up and cash flax unchanged. Winnipeg Cash Prices. Wheat- ^ Xo. 1 Nor.. .2-IS No. 2 Nor...245 No. 3 Nor...242 No. 4 Nor...230 No. 5 Nor...207\U No. C Nor... 188 Feed ........................150 Hasis contract-July 248, August LM3. Oats-No. 2 C.W... 7S% No. 3 C.W.., Extra No. 1 feed ..........., No. 1 feed.. 74% No. 2 feed., Bariey- No. 3 ......127 No. 4 ..... Rejected and feed ............Ill Flax-No. 1 N.W.C..................292 No. 2 C.W...287 No. 3 C.W...272 Futures Winnipeg Wheat- Oct............. 229 Oats-July ............ 77 Vt Oct............. 68% Dec............. 63% Flax-July ............ 290 Oet. ...... ...... 288^ HinneEpolis-^- July............ 270 Sept............. 215 Chicago- July............ 249 250 Sept................ 218 76% 76% 73% 122% A Jaunty Bathing Cap Will add the finishing touches to your bathing costume. We have an excellent assortment of colors and styles. Prices 35 cents and upwards. Select Yours Now. BATIFIXG SHOES With canvas tops and cork soles. Price, pair.. 40c WATER WINGS Tested to 200 lbs. QC*� Price, pair ............. ODC Tke Red Cross Drag & Btok Co., Limited I'HONS It*. E 225% 78% 68% C3% 290% 289% 275 220 LOCAL MARKETS Grain & Livestock Prices TraeH Prices Weflor. Price* Wheat .....227 Wheat .....223 Oats......65 U Oats......C3 Flax......- Flax......2fil Barley ..... - Barley .....100% LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 8c; choice cowa, 7 c. Select hogs, 150 to 250 lbs. 14c. Choice killing wethers, sheared 10c. Choice killing ewes, sheared, 9c. SCALDING! The prolonged, intense hot spell has produced a number of uncomfortable conditions in both young and old. For scalding, between and under the^toes, etc, Chafing or Irritations, a single application of ZINC0LA invariably affords inatant relief. Dust liberally with' Talcum Powder after applying. Unequalled for Eczema. 50c J. D. Higiabotham & Co -- Limited --- 'Alberta's Pioneer Oniggteta.* The Tfcwff JW� Wholaaala and retail ebemtate TELEPHONE NO. tU CIVIL SERVANTS TO GO TO THE FIELDS The Empire Serves ice cream, ice cream sodas and refreshing cool drinks. You will be pleased with our-service. M. {iiid M. Beaton Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. 8. and 13th Street. MINING, BUILDING & RAILWAY 8UPPLIES & EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG" PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH BUGGIES MENTS. ' DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINDER ENGINEC PHONE 1725-TAKE A BLUE (INE CAR National Rubber Tire Fillers Ends all tire trouble. Doubles the tire mileage. Guaranteed to ride as easy as air. NO RIM CUTS. NO BLOW OUTS. * NO PUNCTURES. See Agent* or Write E. O. MOORE General Salea Agent Macleod, Alta. Territory and proposition to live agents. 180,00(> had been guaranteed without, legislative authority. This was a very serious charge which, I( true, would have mado him and his colleagues liable to criminal action, but the finding: was contrary to the evidence and ho had said so. He had not, like Mr. Rogers, mado a personal attack on the judge responsible for the finding. The prime minister had no right to say that he had uiado a charge against Mr. Justice Landry which was worse in its character than tho attack by Mr. Rogers on Mr. Justice Gait. The speaker objected when Mr. Pugsley wont on to say that whon tbe motion was moved in the house, Sir George Foster knew of a report made to the government by Mr. Powell tho government counsel, that findings by Mr. Justice Landry was false. Mr. Hazen interjected this was not an ollicia! document. Mr. Pugsley said he did not care whether it was official or not. It contained the information that the finding was false, yet it was*mado the basis of an effort to drive him from public life. Mr. Pugsley proceeded to read Mr. Powell's letter to Mr. Hazen but. Sir Robert Borden said that he had already exceeded his privilege. The orders of tho house were being contravened. He said he offered to sot apart a day to have the whole matter discussed. NEW CROP Mixed Hay Wanted Farm Products Limited Phone 777 201 Sherlock Bldg 18G-10 { r REWARD FOR STRAY HORSES $5 per head Will be paid for delivering to our riders of all horses branded on left thigh. Horses with (rfat) and any additional mark or brand not wanted. Anyone harboring or using horses with the (hat) brand on thigh will be prosecuted. Please Notify T. J. SIMONS Sheriff's Bailiff at Lethbrldge 1S6-3 Russian Lecturer At Chautauqua Franzke to Deliver Great Lecture-Oration ANGRY AT CHURCHILL'S APPOINTMENT ' London, July in.-According to slatomonts of lobby correspondents of all the morning newspapers, Winston Spencer Cuurehilf's appointment to the cabinet as minister of munitions has aroused a storm of ang*y ro-sentmont among the Conservatives of the house of commons, while Homo Liberals also regard it with disapproval. The Conservative parliamentary groups huMj as the' Unionist war committee are holding. a> meeting to consider what action to take regarding, tha appointment. SBme Unionists said they contemplate refining further support to the jovejtjment if it included Churchilj r Office Stationery UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS, F. & E. CHECK WRITER, CHICAGO PENCIL SHARPENER, OFFICE FURNITURE, TYPEWRITERS OVERHAULED, CLEANED AND REPAIRED. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE Ever all & Fr a nk s Sinnott Block, Corner 4th Ave. and 6th St. ARTHUR A. FRANZKE. IX his profoundly ntialytle and stimulating lecture-oration, "The Mutch-less Hook," Arthur A. Franzke, the eminent Russian scholar and orator, ntl'ords, Chautauqua one i\t the most inspiiationally worth whilo events of the week A strong mutual note of expectancy Is struck between FrnnzUe and bin k'mIIpik-o the Instant he steps upon the pint form. The purity of his diction, bis perfect enunciation, liN rich carrying volco and magnetic presence lend an unl'orgelnhle charm to his every thought. The driving force of his delivery lei smoothly restrained by n dynamic reserve equally hiteuse. Barbers' Supplies Everything for the man who :: shaves :: , himself. :: We have Strops ranging in price from 25c to $2.00. Hair Cutting Shears from................,............. 7Sc to $1.50 Hair Clippers ____'..................................,. S1.00 to $3.00 Upwards of twenty-five styles and makes In razors of tho good old fashioned kind at before the wnr prices-All the up to date makes in Safety Razors. Shaving Brushes from................................. 25c to $3,00 Consumers' Hardware Co. PHONE 1212 sWaaWbsBBaaBBBaWH 43 ;