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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS m * ........- -----......- EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta Pride of Alberta and Mother's Favorite / ^ Every Sack Contains U The Reason Why--- It's BETTER Taylor-Made K. St A. FACE CREAM A non-flressy disappearing eream. Just the thing for tan and sun-Burn. It dislodges the fine particles of dust aecreted in the pores of the skin, thus rendering it healthier and improving the complexion. Price - 25c THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 14S7 Druggist* and Stationers Next Dallas Hotel Make the MOST of die High Prices by coosign- ing Your Grain to SMITH-MURPHY fc CO. Tou will realize every cent In It tor you, and get your return � promptly. WRITE OR PHONE Office Phone 1S13 Residence Phone 1484 N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK 6LDQ. STRONG & WWLER GRAIN M�i Cororaiaalam MsrchaaU Oalaary Edwuwesw IstwaHas* eoMr* laM n� ess aaMr to apt TP* tfc* Wt grata as ity tana aai r Ma* at Otoe? sU'ttthbrflg? | QMtlla ssaaT �tH LeOikrMie} Umm �Ssa*s *h�v�* la aaar AOUMMWO IbfaakHssje FATAL ACCIDENT AT Preserving Fruits In Today SOUR CHERRIES. 4 basket crates. Very 1 Pa special while they last. Per cr>te ____ lesMI REb CURRANTS. Very fine large site, n aa 24 baskets to crate. Per Crate ........ �*�IU ROYAL ANN CHERRIES. 4 basket crates Only n few left. Per crate RED RASPBERRIES. These 3hould be preserved this week. The season does not last long. Lowest market price daily. 2.25 THE High Class Grocers WINDSOR CHERRIES. 4 basket crates. Dark red variety Very much like the Bing. Fine O 7C flavor. Per crate ......... aaelO GOOD CO. Phone 525 PRISONER TRIED. TO ESCAPE, FAILED While a prisoner named Hrickson was going out with the rest of the gang to put up hay at the provincial jail hero this morning he decided that the weather was not to his liking for a haying job. so he bolted. He made for some trees, but one of the guards ran him down on horseback, recapturing him. Eriekson was sent )jp for a month from Medicine Hat and had only been at the jail a week. He will be arraigned before Magistrate Elton on a charge of escaping from lawful custody. MARKETS Lindsay, Ont., July 24.-An accident attended with fatal results occurred at the Dominion arsenal last night in which one man named Brown, was instantly killed, and another, Gordon Stlnson, was fatally injured. The two men were within the danger zone and either collided or dropped a box containing some explosive. Mason & Risch Limited almorat Dtoek Lsthbrldga Vlctrolae, Victor Reeords, Viet Ins, Accordeone, Sheet Musle and Musical Merchandise, Mall Orders Qlvsn Careful ' Attention. s_._y TRY A HERALD WANT AD NEW CROP Mixed Hay Wanted Farm Products Limited Phone 777 201 Sherlock Bldg. 186-10 Winnipeg, Man., July 24.-The government is in the market^ again and seems to be taking all the wheat offered at the $2.40 basis. The offerings are light and are only coming out in small lots. Buyers are actively in the market for all grades, but the majority of the sales are also going to the government. Winnipeg October wheat opened % cent higher, but reacted over 3 cents during the session in sympathy with the southern markets. Oats also ! showed strength at the opening but with the exception of July fell off later. July and October flax also opened higher than yesterday's final pricey, but weakened later. The volume of trade in all grains was small. Barley was neglected entirely. Winnipeg cash wheat closed unchanged from yesterday. October wheat closed 4% cents lower than Jhe previous close. July oats was \'s cent higher; October 1% cents lower and December 1% cents lower. Flax closed unchanged for July, October 2 cents lower and December 3 cents lower. { Futures. Winnipeg wheat- October...... 234 Oats - 229% July........ . ... 80% 79% October....... .. 60% December ..... ... 64% 62% Flax- July .... .. . ... 296% 295 October...... ... ... 295 December .....      190 Minneapolis- July ......... .  # - 1 ~ 272 September .... ... ... 221 Chicago- July ...... .. ... 255 254 September .... ... 230 225 NEW CHAPTER SERIAL AT ORPHEUM TONIGHT New Barber Shop WESTBROOK BROS. FC..MERLY BARBERS W, 1,. A. OTT ARE OPENING A BARBER SHOP IN THE BLENNER-IIASSETT BLOCK, Mil ���ST. S. OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL WILL BE OPEN TO OLD AND NEW FRIENDS ON TUESDAY, JULY 24th. Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. S. and 13th Street. MINING, BUILDING A RAILWAY 8UPPLIE8 �, EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS, GANG PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH- BUGGIES , MENT8. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINDER ENGINEl . PHONE 1726-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR Winnipeg Cash Wheat. Wheat-No. 1 Nor...240 No. 2 Nor...237 No. 3 Nor...232 No. 4 Nor...220 No. 5 Nor... 195 o. 6 Nor... 165 Feed ......................154 , Basis Contract-July 240, August 235. Oats-No. 2 C.W... 70% No. 3 C.W... 78 Extra No. 1 feed ............. 78 No. 1 feed.. 76 No. 2 feed.. 74% Barley- No. 3 ......127 No. 4......122 Rejected and feed ............Ill Flax-No. 1 N.W.C.................297 No.. 2 C.W...292 No. 3 C.W.. . 278 LOCAL MARKETS Grain � Utmtock Prices Track Prlcee Wheat .....219 Oats......62 Flax ... ... - Barley fV*go� Prleea Wheat .....217 Oats......GL'Vj Flax......271 Barley .....105 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 8c; choice cows, 7c. v Select hogs, 150 to 250 lbs. 14c. Choice killing wethers, sheared 10c. Choice killing ewes, sheared, 9c. announcements The United Church Sunday School picnic will leave the church at 1.30 sharp tomorrow for the Experimental Farm. All associated with the church and all departments of the Sunday school are Invited. Ice cream will be sold on the grounds. 188-1 A Jaunty Bathing Cap Will add the finishing touches to your bathing costume. We have an excellent assortment of colors and styles Price* 35 cents ,nnd upwards. Select* Yours Now. BATHING SHOES With canvas tops and = cork soles. Price, pair.. WATER WINGS Tested to 200 lbs. ^C*� Price, pair............. �JDC Tke Red Cross Drag & Book Co., United PHONE tit. RUSSIANS TAKE OFFENSIVE BUT FAIL, SAY HUNS Berlin, July 24, via London.- The Russians have taken the offensive on both ends of the front in the regions of .lacobstadt and Dvinsk and on the Rumanian line. The .announcement says that offensive operations by Russian and Rumanian troops in the Trotus and Putna valleys were defeated almost every where. Frnsli fighting developed today. Big Hun Advance. Berlin, via London, July 24.- Tho Germans have advanced beyond Pod-hajoe, Halicz and the Bystritz-Soloth-vinvriver and have crossed tho Soreth south of Tarnopol. IF* IfH l^^l CITY AND DISTRICT Taber Man Here.  W. A. Hlenner-Hassett of Taber is a business visitor in tho city. Former Resident Here. Jn.o. A. Bradley of Winnipeg, formerly of the city Is in town on a short business trip. - Baptist Picnic. Tho Baptist Sunday school picnic will "be held tomorrow-.afternoon at Henderson Park, leaving the clrurch promptly at 2 o'clock. We are in receipt of a limited supply of Paris Green,4his morning and offer it in small lots only at , ' Per Knife. C We suggest your providing against your needs' at once. J. D. Higiabotham & Co -- Limited  Alberta's Pioneer OruigletaV* The Wholesale and retail chemist* TELEPHONE NO. *U Funeral of Thos. Mcflowan. The funeral of Mr. Thomas Wad-dell McQowan will be held from the home of tho parents, 522 12t!i St. U. north, at 2 p.m. tomorrow. Return From Motor Trip. Messrs. 0. E. Fleming, James Livingston and Arthur Barnsley have returned from a motor trip to Cards-ton. United Church Picnic. The United church picnic will leave the church tomorrow afternoon t, at 1.30 for the Experimental Farm. All departments of the church are participating in the picnic. v A small charge of 25 cents will be made for the adults attending the United church Sunday school picnic at the experimental farm on Wednesday afternoon to cSver the coat of the drays. 1 National Rubber Tire Fillers ��^MHMeaaaaaeM >-.. Ends all tiro trouble! Doubles the tire mileage. Guaranteed to ride as easy as air. NO RIM CUTS. NO BLOW OUTS. NO PUNCTURES. See Agents or Write E. C. MOORE General Sale* Agent Macleod, Alta. Territory and proposition to live agents. 186-5 Picnic Postponed. The Christian church picnic that was to have been held tomorrow, has been postponed until next week. Further notice will be given ayj to time and place. SLOT MACHINES ARE ILLEGAL NOW As a result of a recent decision by the Supreme Court "upholding a magistrate's decision to the effect that slot machines aro illegal in this province, the Alberta, provincial pelice aro notifying all owners of smjjjnachiiica in the small towns that they are under tho ban. Three Chinamen were recently prosecuted In Claresholni and were fined |25 and costs as a result of the new ruling. In the cities the city police forces deal with the matter, and if they are allowed to operate It is in defiance of^the law. Issued 12S Passports. That a surprisingly large number of people daily leave this city for the V. S. is rdvealecf by tho statement made by the immigration officer here i who states that since July 3rd he has j issue:! no less than 12ij passports and about 75 permit cards (for American citizens) for travellers crossing over into United States,, territory. This gives a total of 200, and a daily average of 10,. which keeps both the immigration officer and the passport photographer busy. ^UNITEflS WON Tn a ball game between the United church and an all star aggregation from the south side, played last, night, the Un,-iteds won - by a score of 19 to 9. Auto Club Meeting. A meeting of every auto owner in the cit;' is called for tonight in ttie Board of Trade building when the Automobile Club will he reorganized. New officers will be elected and delegates appointed to '"'Banff Week" when there will be an effort made to form a league of nil auto clubs in tho province for the purpose of furthering the interests o� the drivers of motor cars. If. is desired that a large attendance be on hand tonight as it is imperative that the Lothhridgo Auto Club be in the forefront of the Southern Alberta organizations. Relieving in Calgary. K. .T. Lemieux, .division master mechanic of the C. J1. R. here has gone to Calgary to relieve the district master mechanic of the* Alberta dis-/ trict for a few weeks. D. M. Smith of Medicine Hat is taking Mr. Lorn-ieux's place here. n| To Attend Convention. Messrs. Fairfield, Archie Mitchell and Marnoch will he among the delegates from the Lethbridge irrigation belt to the annual convention of the Western Canada Irrigation Association in Maple Creek on August 1, 2 and 3. The convention next year will likely go to British Columbia but the local delegates are after it for Lethbridge for the succeeding year. "Ensign S. S. Excursion. Quite a lot of Merest, is being shown in the Ensign S. S. excursion to Banff which will be run from Lethbridge and intermediate (points on July 31st. The rate is exceptionally cheap and gives prairie dwellers a chance to visit the mountains without much loss of timo. The excuslon leaves at '4.30 in tho morning, arriving in Banff at 12.55 noon, while in returning it leaves at 7.30 p.m. arriving at 3.40 in the morning. : v WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 762 Office Stationery UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS, F. & E. CHECK WRITER, CHICAGO PENCIL SHARPENER, OFFICE FURNITURE, TYPEWRITERS OVERHAULED, CLEANED AND REPAIRED. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE Everall & Fr a nk 3 Sinnott Block, Corner 4th Ave. and 5th St. Picture Butte Picnic. Tomorrow at picture Butte the Iron Springs Local No. 172 of the United Farmers of Alberta will hold their annual picnic. A number of Leth-bridgo people will attend including vice-president Dunham of the U. F. A. aad President .Marnoch of the Board of Trade. i TELL THE TIME BV STAR-LAND'S NEW KINETO CLOCK. Pentecostal Meetings. The meeting at * tho Pentecostal Mission tonight and Thursday at 8 o'clock may possibly be the last two meetings In Lothbrldge at which the Hev. C, M. Neve jrlJJL speak. Thane who have missed |his opportunity of hearing this old tide Jfed hot preacher, will do well to^tt'end these meet- The EMPIRE The mevvn for thirsty people. I'il. and M. BEATON NEXT ORPHEUM Plumbing, Gas,Steam and Hot Water Fitting :-t 1  * PRE88URE 8Y8TEMS FOR.FARM HOME8 Knapman Plumbing & Heating Co. 710 FIFTH AVE. S. PHONE 1892 Attention Golfers ZODIAC BALLS : -'NOW IN STOCK Floating and Non-Floating Consumers Hardware Co U i! 73 ;