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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - July 30, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN BINTRAL x CGMFORTABLI LETHBRIDGE HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR --- -�- - ~r if- - i ^mr-it B�tt $ 1.25 a Day Hatal ia Albarta Pride of Alberta and Mother's Favorite Every Sack Contains The Reason Why---- It's BETTER Taylor-Made PRESERVING FRUITS Bing Cherries. Prom B. C. Finest we have ever seen. Ju�t about don*. Per crate, � basket* $3.50 0 . Blueberries. From Kenora, Ontario. The genuine kind, Per basket . ^...................... $3.25 Lambert Cherries and Windsor Cherries. From B..C Two extra good one*. Very much like Bings. Per crate, 4 baskets...............$2,75 These will be* about the last of these. Sour Cherries. Only a few crates in small baskets. Just about don?. Per basket ............ 1$c Per crate.............................. $3.25 Red Raspberries. From B. C. Very fine quality. Shipments arriving dally in the best of condition. Order now for preserving. Per crate $3.25 lieincnibpr the Cliatauqiin starts -Everybody should take this hi. "Hi and lasts until Aug. 13tli 1 THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers Phone 525 Patriotic Stationery *A NEW, NEAT FLAG DESIGN. EMBOSSED ON EACH SHEET OF PAPER. Small Size Pads, each .....20c Envelopes, per pkg........ 25c Large Size Pads, each .... 35c Papeteries, each .......... 50c THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., LU Phone 14*7 Druggists and Stationers Next Dallas Hotel Make the MOST of the High Prices by consigning Your Grain to SMITH-MURPHY & CO. You will realize every cent In it for you, and set your returns promptly. WRITE OR PHONE Office Phone 1313 Residence Phone 1484 N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. OLIVER FAILS TO GET ANSWER TO STRONG & DOWLER GRAIN and CoaatiUMtOR Merchants Celgauy-^awtenten-Lethbrhla* Oar enUre orjpsnbwUoa is at ie*K �er�toe aad with our exper-IlBOt wo cas saesiy guarantee bo (st you lao best prloea lac joar grain at saj tiaas sa4 tm mj ctaJa or kin* of graia. Pkewe M �aa Calgary Oftftee IBM lethbrWge Bca. *� Lethbrtsge) Vests. tea amt Agents who ar* la yaw J. A. CUMaMNQ . LaVsfcrMge Manager RAISING STEAMER. Quebec, July 26.-News has been received here from Newfoundland 'that the work of raising the grounded Norwegian American liner Kristian-lafjord is under way, undertaken simultaneously by New York, Nova Scot-la and Quebec wreckers. Ottawa. July "0.-In the commons this afternoon, lion. Frank Oliver agaiii asked wiien a statement could be expected from the government as to the reason for the prohibition of entry into Canada of Arthur Mee's book "The Fiddlers." Sir Robert Borden was not present and Sir George Foster said he would have to ask Mr. Oliver to be patient a while longer. Mr. Oliver said that if he could not \get an answer to his question within a reasonable time, he would have to move the adjournment of the house in order to discuss the mater. Sir George Fosters bill to amend the board of trade act was put through committee and given a third reading. On the second reading of the bill relating to the honorary advisory council for scientific and industrial research work. Sir George Foster made a statement to the house covering the work so far accomplished by this body which has been active under the authority of an order-in-couucll. Sir George spoke of the desirability of keeping in Canada young men who show a capacity for research work most of whom now are employed at large salaries in the United States. He explained that the purpose of the bill J>to put in statutory for m the powers formerly pointed to the Industrial research committee by order in council Sir Wilfrid'Laurier urged the desirability of more attention being paid to the question of technical education. LOOK FOR THE "TWO FOR ONE." announcement \ 4c lower, October \'tr. higher and December Vjc higher, Juy flax closed 16 cents higher, October 15 cents higher and December IPc up; barley closed unchanged. Winnipeg Cash Prices. Wheat- Xo. 1 Nor...240 No. 2 Nor...237 No. 3 Nor...2,'!2 No. 4 Nor.. .220 No. 5 Nor...lfl5' No. 6 Nor...ICS Feed ........................1.V1 Oats-' No. 2 C. W.. . 78>4 No. 3 C.W.. . 75-74 , Extra No. 1 feed ............. 7571 j Barley-No. 3 ......125 No. 4 ......120 Rejected and feed.............110- Flax-No. 1 N.W.C..................331 No. 2 C.W.. .328 No. 3 CAY.. .311 Futures. Winnipeg Wheat- October........ 228 22S�,; Oats-July ..............7S-74 78-74 October......... 69% 69% December ....... 65% '!5% Flax-July ........... 334 331 October........ 320 330 December ........... 320 Minneapolis- July............ 294 294 September...... 224 224 Chicago- - July........... 262 262 September...... 226 224 For the Burn of Summer's Sun fiYour sunburned face, neck or arms need not cause you tho least discomfort. Just apply n little of our cooling, healing Nyal's Fa(*e Cream and tiie smarting and burning ivill 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 table. Price 25c and 50c The Rer* Cross Drug & BtokCo.>IiaN i PHONE Ft*.  If * � T Gee! But my Feet Feel - New-Barber Shop NOW OPEN To Old Friends and New. WESTBBOOK BROS Formerly Barbara with W. A. Ott Sixth Street South, Opposite Bank of Montreal. LOCAL MARKETS C director of the Dominion Experimental Far:ns is in the city today visiting the farm h^rc. To Attend Convention. G. P.. M-.rhoch, president of the Board of Trade leaves tomorrow for Maple Creek to attend the annual convention of the Western Canada Irrigation association. (Prom Our Own Correspondent) Mngrath, July 29.-Only two weeks more until the Magrath Agricultural Fair. The prize lists are now ready and in circulation. Kvery person in Magrath and district should get a prize list and study it carefully and see what he or she has that can be exhibited at the fair. Do we realize how the directors of the society work each year to make this fair a success? They can not do it all, it is up to each rtne as citizens tQ do tholr share and make the 1917 fair one of the best eVer. Foillowng is a letter received by the local secretary-treasurer of the Red Cross, frrfm Judge Jackson, Lcth-bridge: Dear Sir,-As provincial Vice-president of the Red Cross Society, 1 beg to extend my heartiest congratulations on the great success of your recent campaign for funds. You hav certainly placed Magrath on the map in regard to Red Cross work. 1 am sure it must bo highly gratifying to you to know your efforts have been so successful. Tho work of the Magrath members is further evidence \that they realize the great sacrifices ; of the boys at the front made in the name of human liberty and eiviliza- R. N. W. M. P. Surgeon Here. Dr. T. A, Morrison, surgeon of tho R. N. \V\ M. P. arrived Jn the city last night and will be busy today and tomorrow examining the members of tin force lor their physical fitness. tton. The alleviation of the sick, sore and wounded must be onr constant care. Every day increases the. number of those who must be cared for and so should our efforts transcend I'from day to day. Yours faithfully, J. A. Jackson. Judge Jackson organised tho Magrath Branch nearly two years ngo and they bavo been doing splendid work ever since. Mr. Jared Mercer returned last week from Edmonton, whero he lias i been working in connection with the ' pnblic school exams. Among those who have been holidaying at Waterton Lakes the past week are: Mr. and Mrs, A. Shelton and family, Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Mat-thur and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Cope, Mr. and -Mrs. J. H. Turner, Mrs. Hudson and family, Mr. Azer Brlggs, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peterson and a number of others. Mr. Amos Peterson has returned from B. C, where he has been for some time looking after the interests of the Mastodon Mining Co. He reports everything progressing fine. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Brndshaw are enjoying a visit from their daughter, Maragaret and her husband of Medicine Hat. Messrs. Orson and J. H. Bridge and families left last week for the M'ater-ton Lakes, they wero accompanied by, Mr, and Mrs. Art Fletcher of Bur-dett. Mr. Uae Olsen of Cardston Is visiting with his cousin Barton Poulsln for a few days. All Moved Now. The city offices are now all installed In the -new city hall with the exception of the police department, which will bo moved as soon as their new quarters in. the basement of the building are put in order. Boys Y. M. C. A. Camp. Boys keep in mind tho rally to be hold in the "Y" on Tuesday July 31st at 7.30. If you are going to camp this year, you should he present for final arrangements or if that is impossible send in your name. Moose Entertainment. Loyal-Order of Moose wjll hold un entertainment at the Moose hall on Tuesday night at 8 o'clock. All members and friendB are cordially welcomed. A good programme and refreshments in store. Will Stay Longer. In Saturday's isBiio of the Herald It was announced that Rev. -C. M. Novo would preach his last, sormon^ this visit. Owing to circumstances arising, Rev. Air. Novo will be with us a while longer and will continue to preach the gospel during his stay hore at the Pentecostal Mission 5th Ave. N. Office Stationery UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS, F. A E. CHECK WRITER, CHICAGO PENCIL SHARPENER, .OFFICE FURNITURE, TYPEWRITERS OVERHAULED, CLEANED AND REPAIRED. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE Everall & Franks. Sinnott Block, Corner 4th Ave. and 5th St, COOK FOR THE "TJtfO "OR OMi" All those snccuss of wefcic are as1! meeting of otlled tor tl, board ot tra1 interested In the the Chautauqua fiAjo attend a /� tn committees a Jtanlng In the 5 jooms, to nialte final plans for the week of entertainment. , Four Special Trains. Lothnrldge division of the C. P. It. will be a'busy hive of industry to-morrow, when four special trains will ', run. The Eimlgn Sunday school from ' Lethbrldge to Banff promises to tako quite a number of pleasure neekers to the famous resort. The excursion to the Demonstration Farm at Clares-holm will also carry a large number. The excursion stnrts from Bow Island but will be joined here by those coming on the special train from Card-ston. and at Kipp another special from Maneppa will Join the party. MORE THAN ONE WAY. "When tHo Indian gets hungry ho tightens his belt." "So dp. I. My belt is ever �) milch tighter after I've eaten.".  Ready to use-made to wear This is thekiricl of paint that interests every property 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. ; is good oW-fasKio�,ed paint, made by The t*\ Canada Paint CoM Ready for the job, and made to look well, and wear well. We can help you with 6UggcstioneNi3 to the best combinations to^use. Call round tnd see us. Consumers Hardware Between Hlglnbotham's and Hudson's Bay Stores. Phone 1212 1|S 7 ;