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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN. CENTRAL COMFORTABLE 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 A NEW, Patriotic Stationery NEAT FLAG DESIGN. EMBOSSED ON EACH SHEET OF PAPER. Small Slie Pads, each .....20c Envelopes, per pkg........25c Large Size Pads, each .... 35: Papeteries, each .......... 50c THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Druggists.and Stationers Ntxt Dallaa Hotel Phone 1487 Make the MOST of the High Prices by consigning Your Grain to SMITH-MURPHY & CO. i ... 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. STRONG & DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Merchants Calgary �mi nten--LstherWfa Oar entire organisation la at year service and with our axper-iaoca we can safely guarantee to get you the beat prices for your grain at' any time ana far any grade or kind of grata. Phone M 1922 Calgary 1 Per Offloe 1866 t-ethbrldge J Queta-ftaa. 1S11 Lothbrldga) Uoae. m Our Agsnts who are In yeur LatrlcL J. A. GUMMING Lathferidge Manager Petrograd, July 2S.-The Vecherne Vremya reports that in the fighting at TaniopiTl, Galicla, three regiments of Czech volunteers abandoned by Russian troops and fearing execution for treason, resisted until the last, the officers blowing their brains out and the soldiers rushing where the shells were bursting the thickest. The enemy, the newspaper says, captured three Czechs and hanged them summarily. Later Czech soldiers took three German prisoners and after forcing them to cut down the bodies hanged the Teutons with the same rope. "v MOVE TO SALONIKI Corfu, July 36.-The Serbian government contemplates an early re-as-tabltshment of the seat of government on Serbian soil. The first move will be to Saloniki, where King Teter and Crown Prince Alexander and the Serbian ministers of finance and interior already have established themselves TWO FOR ONE" IS WORTH WHILE TELL THE TIME BY STAR-LAND'S NEW KINETO CLOCK. We Put Up Metal Work of every description. Cornices, mouldings, skylights, ventilators, in fact everything made of tin or sheet metal. We shall be glad to estimate cn any tin or sheet metal work you may have in mind. Our figures will be based on quality materials arid expert workmanship, but we do not fear comparison. THE DIXON SHEET METAL CO. Rear Stafford Block. Lethbridge, Alta. - Kenora Blueberries. Red Raspberries and Sour Cherries for Preserving OUR B. C. RASPBERRIES STARTED COMING IN THIS MORNINQ INSTEAD OF TOMORROW AS EXPECTED AND THE PRICE IS 25c A CASE LESS THAN ADVERTISED YESTERDAY. KENORA BLUEBERRIES. THE FIRST THIS VEAR ARE NOW ON THE MARKET. ANOTHER LOT OF SOUR CHERRIE8 IN TODAY. w B. C. Red Raspberrie ,sper basket........... 15c B. C. Red Raspberries, per case ...........$3.25 Washington Raspberries, 2 for.............. 35c Washington Raspberries, per case ........ S4.25 Kenora Blueberries, per lb................. 29c We will tiave these next wsek for preserving. Sour Cherries, per crate, 4 baskets.........$1.50 Bing Cherries, a few 10 lb. boxes, per box .. $1.80 Windsor Cherries, a shipment to arrive In the morning, per crate ............ .....>s $2.75 Red Currants, 2 baskets .for.................25c Red Currants, per crate.................. $2.80 New Potatoes, 4 lbs. for ... ................ 26c New Cabbage, per lb....................... 7c New Carrots, 3 lbs. for .................... 21c New Beets, 3 lbs.Nfor..................... 2Sc Eggs, New Laid, per dozen ................. 35c COOKED MEATS Veal Loaf, per lb............................30c Corned Beef, per lb........................ 45c Boiled Ham, per lb..................t..... 50c Roast Pork and Dressing, par lb.............55c SUMMER DRINKS Montserrat Lime Juice, quarts..............88c Montserrat Lime Juice, pints............... 45c Welch's Grape Juice, pints ................. 30c Welch's Grape Juice, quarts ................ 55c Welch's Grape Juice, large ................. 85c Phez, Loganberry juice, 12 oz., large size----50c CONCENTRATED DRINKS Orangeade, per bottle ...................... 35c Lemonade, per bottle ...................... 35c Lemon Juice, Klaora, per bottle ........... 75c Ginger Wine, per bottle .................... 35c Lemonade Powder, Nabob, per tin........... 30c THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers Phone 525 COL. SAM SHARPE Ottawa, July 28. - Cel. Sam Sharpe, M.P., is said to be missing at the front, no details have been received, but it is understood Col. Sharp*'* wife has cabled from England to his brother, Cot. W. H. Sharpe, that Cal. 8am ia missing. MARKETS New Barber Shop WESTBROOK BROS. FORMERLY BARBER8 WITH W. A. OTT ARE OPENING A, BARBER 8H0P IN THE BLENNER-HASSETT BLOCK, 6th ST. OPPOSITE BANK OF MONTREAL NOW OPEN ztzzs. 8. Winnipeg, July 28.-The usual traders were in the pit today for wheat and oats. The market again displayed additional strength and prices were higher all around. Cash wheat changed hands at $2.41% basis, lV&c higher than yesterday. October wheat was bid up to $2.30. ljie higher. The government were chiefly buying the straight grades of wheat, only taking a small quantity of the lower grades. Mixing houses were in the market for the cheaper classes and millers were also among the buyers. The demand for oats is still active, there is little doing in barley. The flax market is also dull sb far as trading is concerned. In spite of advanced prices, hold ers refuse to let go. Winnipeg cash wheat closed lc be low yesterday. Winnipeg October wheat closed l%c higher. July oats closed %c down, October %c lower and December %c down. July flax closed 4c higher, October 6^c up and December 9c up. July barley closed unchanged. Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat-No. 1 Nor...239 No. 2 Nor...23G No. 3 Nor...231 No. 4 Nor...219 No. 5 Nor... 194 No. 6 Nor... 167 Feed.....................154 Basis Contract- July.....................239 August..................236 Oats-No. 2 C. W. 79V& No. 3 C. W. 77 Ex. No. 1 Feed ............... 76^i No. 1 Feed ................... 74 I Barley- ! No. 3 ......125 No. 4 ......120 ! Rejected and Feed ............110 Flax-No. 1 N. W. C.......,.........315 No. 2 C. W. 312 No. 3 C. W. 258 Futures Winnipeg Wheat- Oct. ........... Oats-July .......... Oct........... Dec........... Flax- July.......... Oct........... Minneapolis-^ July.......... Chicago- July.......... Sept........... 230 230 so% 79% 70% 69% 6614 65 Ti, 311% 315 309 .115 290 292  * e 260 229 LOCAL MARKETS Grain & Livestock Prices I i Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. S. and 13th Street. MINING, BUILDING A RAILWAY SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT TUOHOPC ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOW8 SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH- .BUGGIES MENTS, DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINDER ENGINEC PHONE 1725-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR Track Prices Wheat .....218 Oats......64% Flax ... ... - Barley .....- Wagon, Prices Wheat .....217 Oats ...... 60ii Flax......271 Barloy .....105 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 7%c; .choice cows, C%c. , a�lect hogs, 150 to 250 lbs., 13%c. Choice killing wethers, sheared 10c. Choice killing ewes, sheared, 9c. RECRUITING IN U. 6. New York, July 27.-Figures showing the progress of recruiting for the British service in this country given out at the headquarters of the British recruiting mission show, that- from .luly � to July 21, 3,601 wbre recruited. Nine hundred and three.went into n British expeditionary foros and 2,698 into the Canadian expeditionary force......: : For the Burn of Summer's Sun JIYour sunburned face, neck or arma need not cause you the least discomfort. Just apply a little of our cooling healing Nyal's Face, Cream and the smarting and burning will cease. Apply it before exposure to the sun's rays' and it will afford full protection to your skin. It's a .delightful preparation to use. Keep a jar on your dressing Stable. ' Price 25c* and 50c ti Cross Drag & Book Co., Lunitei PHONE 818. CITY AND DISTRICT Miss H. M. Callings, buyer of the ladies ready-to-wear department for the Hudson's Bay Co. left Thursday afternoon for the east, on a buying trip. t An Error. Yesterday's statement that the new quarters of the city offices will be open August 1st was incorrect. Tho date should have been July 30th. Fined $50. J. C. McQuown, convicted on a charge of stealing a bicycle tire at Barons recently was fined $50 and costB on the charge by Magistrate Elton in the A. P. P. court here. Veterana Meeting. A meeting of all members of the Greatv War Veterans association will be held In the Veterans Club tomorrow afternoon at three o'clock. It is urgent that all veterans attend. Patriotic Fund Meeting. An open meeting of the Patriotic fund committee will be held on Monday night, at 8 o'clock in the Board of Trade rooms. Chautauqua Meeting. A meeting of the Chautauqua committee and all public spirited citizens will bo held at the Board of Trade rooms on Monday night at 9 o'clock at the close of the Patriotic fund meeting. Fire Laddies Busy. Four calls within tho last 21 hours were received ut No. 1 Fire Hall, two being In the "small wee hours." Yesterday morning at 4 a.m. a small blaze broke out in the barn at the rear of the Edgehlll Dairy, presumably caused by children playing with matches In the barn ths> previous afternoon. About twelve hours later fire broke out in the same place'and the barn wns completely destroyed. Witnesses state that the same children were playing In it In the morning. A false alarm turned in at ten-thirty last night made the third for the day, and at two o'clock tills morning a hurry-up call from Hardievillc completed the quartet. NEW SHIPPING BOARD Washington, D. C, July 27.- Reorganization of the shipping board ^uul the emergency fleet corporations was completed today. Edward N. Hurley of Chicago, who succeeded William Denman on the board, was elected chairman and John A. Donald was elected vice-chairman to succeed Theodore Brett, whose resignation was accepted by President Wilson. The members of the board as directors of the fleet corporation elected rear admiral Cnpps general manager, to succeed Major Genoral Geothala. LEMONADE LIME JUICE GINGER WINE GRAPE JUICE ORANGEADE (In Pints and Quarts) A tableapoonful to a glass of Iced water makes a dellcioualy cool, healthful beverage for trie hot days. Give to the children-it's good for them. J. D. Higiabotbaa & Co �1' � Limitsd 'Alberta's Plsnerr Druggists.' The Wholesale an* �otalt ebsmlsts TELEPHONE NO. Stl [ Cashier's Department Moves. The cashier's department of the city offices is mqving today from the Donnan Mock to their new quarters In the Chinook club building, where they will open for business on Monday morning at 8.30. STAND THE ssjt'd 1st3 OF CANADA HEAD office - toronto SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES are now installed at this Branch for the custody of valuable papers, etc., affording safety and privacy. Further information supplied by the manager. 223 "Y" Campers to Meet. There will be a meeting of the Y. M. C. A. boys and men campers on next Tuesday evening at 7.30 o'clock to discuss camp plans etc., after which the boys will enjoy a good cool swim in the "Y" pool. Killed in Runaway. The Alberta Provincial Police headquarters here have received word that Steve Lisak of Bellevuo has been killed while trying to stop a runaway team on the farm of Fred Wolstenholm at Burmls last Wednesday. Death occurred In the hospital at Bellevue on Thursday. Apply to Secretary. All returned soldiers who have not received affidavit form re three months pay bonus, can fill up a petition form for same by applying to the secretary of tho Lethbridge office of the Alberta Soldiers' Commission at the Board of Trade building or on Sunday afternoon at the Veteran's Club. Messrs. Lefflngwell snd Sheppard of Warner have juHt received a carload of purebred stock from Ontario which will be used for breeding up the herds In tho Warner district. The stock were bought from Fred Rawllngs of Forrest, Ont., who brought them west. Mr. Rawllngs also brought with him a Rawllngs road plane .and grader of which he is the Inventor, and this is being experimented with,on the roads of tho Warner district; . HAS RESIGNED "petrograd, July 26.-�en. Polovtzeff, military governor of Petrogrod, who recently was severely-''attacked by Minister or War K�rjasky tor tmiHng to put down rioting liiike'capltsi, resigned^ Gen. Erdelft dpmmander of the 11th army, has Men appointed bis successor. " .� r:' ; Kentishmen's Monthly Meeting. The Lethbridge Kentish Association will meet in St. Mary's hall on Monday evening next at 8 o'clock. It is hoped there will be a good attendance, as the members aro holding another showing of vegetables grown In tholr own gardens, for which points will be awarded and prizes given at the end. of the season. The vegetables on display -will be carrots, turnips, spring onions and table marrows. Any Kentishmen residing in the city who are not already members are invited to the meeting. TIRED OF LIFE Winnipeg, July 27. - Mrs. Tanir Mlthovsky drank a quantity of strychnine last night, telling tho doctor who was called In that she was tired of Ufa. The woman haB suffered from melancholia since tho death of her huslntrrd in a hunting accident throe years ago. She has two children. There 1b a good chance of the wo-tuna a recovery. ANNOUNCEMENTS A dance will be held tqnlght In the K. of P. hall. Everybody welcome. A good time assured. Gents 75 cents, 193-1 ladles free. There will be a dance held In tho K. of P. Hall on Tuesday the Hist, of July. Good orchestra in attendance. Gents 75 cents. Ladles free. is3-1 LETHBRIDGE BRANCH . F. BLETCHER, Mu�K�r. 258, 13th Str��t N. COALHUltST BRANCH_P. A. CURRIE. Account.iit-ln-Ch.rge._ Office Stationery UNDERWOOO TYPEWRITERS, F. & E. CHECK WRITER, CHICAGO PENCIL SHARPENER, OFFICE FURNITURE, TYPEWRITERS OVERHAULED, CLEANED AND REPAIRED. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE Everall & Franks 8innott Block, Corner 4th Ave. and 5th St. LOOK FOR THE "TWO FOR. ONE." Ready to use-made to wear This is the kind of paint that interests every prop* erty owner. No fuss or bother collecting or mixing materials, simply the choosing of a suitable color from the shade card, which shows the latest popular combinations. [MIXED, is a good old-fashioned paint, made by The Canada Paint Co. Ready for the job, and ^ made to look welli and wear well. We can help you with suggestions as to the-best combinations' to use. Call round and see us. Consumers Hardware Co. Betwsen Hlglnbotham's and Hudson's Bay Stores. Phone 1212 US 49 ;