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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL CCMFORTABLe LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD T-r HOTEL WINDSOR B�st $1.25 a Day HoUl in Albania Pride of Alberta and Mother's Favorite Every Sack Contains The Reason Why----- It's BETTER Taylor-Made You'll Be Sorry When Winter Comes ' IF YOU DO NOT PRESERVE SOME OF THESE FINE CHERRIES WE ARE OFFERING NOW.""" ANOTHER BIG LOT JUST IN. THERE IS NO PRESERVING FRUIT WE HAVE HAD THIS VEAR NOR DO WE EXPECT ANY THAT WILU &E AS ECONNOMICAL TO PRE8ERVE AS THE CHERRIES WE ARE SELLING AT THE PRESENT TIME. DARK RED WINDSOR CHERRIES, 4 basket RED RASPBERRIES.. took your orders now. crate, ................... $2.75 Per crate ...............................*3-S0 crat" * & RQYAL ANN CHERRIES RED CURRANTS. Juit a few, 24 basket 4 baeket cratet ........................... $2.25 crates......... .........................$2.60 8 It. flat boxes............................$1.00 FOR NEXT WEEK WE WILL HAVE SHIPMENTS DAILY DIRECT FROM THE GROWERS. THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers rhone 525 CITY AND DISTRICT For Belgian Relief. W. A. Buchanan, M. P., acknowledges for the Belgian Relief $70 from the Girls' Belgian Relief club at Pincher Creek and $5 from A Friend. s K. & A. FACE CREAM A non-grersy 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 heaj^hier and Improving the complexion. Price - 25c THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phoce 14S7 Druggists and Stationers Next Dallas Hstsl Had Back Crushed. Michael Molas, a "miner of No. 6 mine, had his back badly crushed yesterday afternoon while at work tn the .initio. The ambulance was called and he was removed to the Gait Hospital. Relatives Recovered Body, Jas. II. McGowan states to The Herald that the recovery of the body of Thos. McGowan, who was drowned In the Hvor Saturday evening, was entirely duo to the untiring efforts of Thomas Knight, brother-in-law, and John McGowan, brother of the deceased, and not by the city police as was stated in last evening's Herald. Make the MOST of the High Prices by consigning Your Grain to SMITH-MURPHY & CO. You will, realize arery cent in it for yea, and set your returns promptly. WRITE OR PHONE Office Phone 1313 Residence Phone 1484 N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. STRONG & DOWLER GRAIN tad Commission Merchants Caffary-*e1inenton- Let* arista* Our entire organisation la at TW service and with oar exyer-fance we cm aafaly guaraatae to cat you the beat prices lav your grata at any time sat tar say grade or Mad of gmii, Phane M IBs? Calgary V Per Offlae 1Mi Lethbridge | Qua** Use. 1S11 L�wtbrid|e) ttana. Sea Our Agents who eta la dtatrlot. J. A. CUMMtNQ katMrlfla* Manafar ALBERTA LABOR Union Men Have Sent Over 2700 , Recruits-Lethbridge Number is 158. According to figures just issued by the Dominion department of labor. Alberta union men have sent 2726 recruits and 56 reservists to the front since the war started. Of this number Lethbridge sent 155 recruits and 3 reservists. Alberta shows up third in the list of provinces. Ontario leads with S390 union men in khaki. British Columbia conies next with 2S56 and Alberta third with 2782. Calgary, "with 21S4 union men reporting, has sent �53. Edmonton with 2059 has sent S74. Lethbridge with 664 lias Bent 15S. Taber lias sent 50 union men, Hillcrest 58, Frank 70, Medicine Hat 151.  � fc. EARTHQUAKE AT COAST. �  Victoria, July 2*.-A plainly * fr here at 7.24 p.m. today, the fft> maximum wave being appar- . ifr center of the shock was from ? ia> 1,200 to 4,400 miles, and in hie > *> line of the earth's weakness it > ft> occurred either In the Aleut- > � ian islands or in Imperial >  valley, California. , > HAS A LOW VALUE Geneva, July 24.-The Lausanne Gazette in an article published today says: "Not since the war of secession has the American dollar fallen so low. It was quoted here today at four francs, 4C centimes, while before the war it stood at 5.12. One hundred roubles which were worth 266 francs before the war now are quoted at 99 francs, while 100 Austrian crowns were quoted at 39.80 francs. For th6 first time in hiarory the Italian lire Is worth more than the mark. The steady decline in the value of money began a month ago and is continuing." New Low Record , Copenhagen, July 24.-American exchange propped today to 3.41, a new low record about 10 per cent, below parity. Exchange in the case of all the belligerent countries show a con-sTderabie depreciation in Denmark, the Russian and Austrian being the lowest. The German mark is 47 per cent, below par. Winnipeg, July 25.-The markets were lower all around for future deliveries largely on account of the rains in Western Canada and declining markets in the south. The demand for oats is being maintained. Prices in the trading were from one-half to 1 cent lower than yesterday. Flax opened lower on the July and October options, but October developed strength. There was little doing in October wheat. Cash trading was fairly, active but holders were not easily brought out in spite of the improved crop prospects and generally bearish situation. Winnipeg cash wheat closed 6 uentB under yesterday's close, .October wheat closed $% cents down. July oats closed 1 cent down; October % cent down and December % cent lower. July flax closed 1% cents lower, October 2 cents higher and December unchanged. Barley closed lVa cents lower. Futures. ' Winnipeg wheat- October .. .. .. 227 220% Oats-July ............ 79 7S?i October . . ... .. 6fi'4 66% December....... 61 �a 61% Flax-July ............ 293 294% October ......... 294 297 December.......... 290 Minneapolis- July ............... 268 September .. .. �. ... 217 Chicago-July ............... 241 September...... 222 219 Winnipeg Cash Wheat. Wheat - No. 1 Nor...234 No. 2 Nor...231 No. 3 Nor...226 No. 4 Nor...214 No. 5 Nor... 189 No. 6 Nor... 159 Feed .......................150 BaslB contract-Juiy 234,� August 229. Oats- /No. 2C.W... No.,2.C.W.,. 77 Extra No. 1 feed-.............77 No. 1 feed .. 75 No. 2 feed.. 71% Barley- v No. 3 ......125 No. 4......120 Rejected and feed.............110 Flax- , No. 1 N.W.C...................295% No. 2 C.W.. .291% No. 3 C.W.. .277% New Ba>bsr Shop WESTBROOK BROS. FORMERLY BARBERS WITH W. A. OTT ARE OPENING A BARBER SHOP IN THE BLENNER-HASSETT BLOCK, 6th ST. S. OPPOSITE aANK OF MONTREAL 7 NOW OPEN SttJSS. . i Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. S. and 13th Street MINING, .BUILDING A RAILWAY 8UPPLIE3 A EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH- BUGGIES MENTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINDER ENGINEC PHONE 172B-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR LQCAL MARKETS Grain & Livestock Prices Track Prices Wagon. Prices Wheat ____213 Wheat .....211 Oats .... ... 61% Oats......59% Flax .... ... - Flax......271 Barley .....- Barley .....105 LIVESTOCK PRICE8 Choice steers, 8c; choice cows, 7c Select hogs, 150 to 260 lbs. 14c. Choice killing wethers, sheared 10c. Choice killing ewes, Bheared, 9c. 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. BATHING SHOES With oanvas tops and Afk - cork soles. Price, pair.. ftUC WATER WINGS Tested to 200 lbs. OC*� Price, pair ............. lers not carrying repair parts In stock be urged to carry a full spppiy. The club also passed a resolution asking the provincial organization to take steps to^iave the government mark all main roads distinctly on their maps, instead of trails that are becoming obsolete. Director Kennedy was appointed chairman of tho membership committee, J. H. Virtue, chairman of the roads committee, and J. T. Graham, chairman of the entertainment committee with power to select five members of each committee. The entertainment committee will make arrangements to take the ball club to Carmangay next Wednesday. Some very important matters connected with the operation of autos within the city limits will be urged upon the city commissioners. Thoy will be asked to enforce city bylaws" as to cars keeping on their right side and especially in turning corners, and that more publicity be given to tli*j bylaw giving cars travelling on the streets the' right of way, as a largo proportion of cars in the city are from outside points. That .in parking cars the same be placed with the rear to sidewalk. That a stand be specified for nil livery cars instead of the main street being used as at present. That cars going through Henderson park travel one w>ay only, i.e., entering the park at the west end and going over the bridge. Street cars often stand and hold up traffic while watting for schedule time, and it Is requested that motormen signal cars to pass when no passengers (are alighting.  ; * : * * : <�** CLIFFORD SIFTON WANTS A UNION GOVERNMENT Ottawa, July 23.-Sir Clifford Slfton has addressed an open letter to Senator Bostock, Liberal leader in tho senate, in which he expresses disapproval of the attitude of Sir Wilfrid Laurlor in regard to the Military Service Hill and an election. He says the only way in which wc can grapple with the situation is by the formation of a unlqn war government, administered on nonpartisan lines, who will straightway appeal for a mandate to the people of Canada and can consistently he supported by every element in the population that is loyal to tile cause. * A. P. police. J * j Erlcltson, the prisoner who tried to escape from the provincial jail here yesterday morning was arraigned be fore Magistrate Elton in the afternoon in city police court and given 15 days additional time to serve. THE A. P. P. .,_i__� As a result of a brutal attack made by Wm. Freeman Reeves of Taber on a Lethbridge woman at the brows' Nest picnic the other day, Reeves war committed for trial in the A. P. P. "court at Macleod yesterday. No details .of the trial proceedings are available. In district court at. Macleod, before Judge McNeill, Ole Olhella. the Hill-crest miner, was sentenced to one year on^a charge of indecently assaulting young girls. He was arrested by the CEDAR-WAX � POLISH This is IT! BUY IT FROM YOUR DEALER IT'S BETTER \ IT'S MUCH MORE FOR YOUR MONEY It's for all floors, woodwork, furniture, automobiles and any finished surface. Best for Dusting' MADE BY Moir Mfg. Co. I E D M O NTOf^^^^^� TAKE SOCIALISTS TO TASK Copenhagen, July 24.-The kaiser Socialists were, taken sharply to task at a meeting of Socialist voters in a \ big electoral district of suburban Ber-' lln ^for violating Socialist tonetB by associating with the emperor at Dr. Karl Hellfferlch's garden party conference last week. Protests also were voiced against Socialists accepting officon in the cabinet of Dr. MichaeliB, the Imperial chancellor. JILTED BY LOVER, TRIES PIDE Winnipeg, July 25.-Mary Sachin-ski, 25 years old, employed at the CP. 'R.laiindry, was to, hove ben married last evening. Iltgji Jqjier Jjjted her at the last moment and in a*r wedding costume she drank half a can of lye. She is at the genera] hospital in a vary low condition. Experienced Goal Salesman Si* years on American Coal Sales In Western Canada, wants connection with: a Western'mine producing an A-1 gr?de of coal; salary or commission, jl have, the acquaintance of all, and the personal friendship of most of the coal dealers in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, COAL SALESMAN x616 MelNTYRE BLOCK, WINNIPEG, MAN. The EMPIRE The iiu'cca for thirsty x people. ,< M. aiid M. BEATON ; NEXT QRPHEUM Office Stationery UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS, F. 4 E. CHEOK WRITER, CHICAGO PENCIL it'QHARPENER, OFFICE FURNITURE, TYPEWRITERS OVERHAULED, CLEANED AND REPAIRED. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE / Everall & Franks Sinnott Block. Corner 4th Ave. and 6th St. JUST ARRIVED! jreen ^aris Per lb.. Consumers Hardware Co \ 5630 ;