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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 13, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta \ HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Bett $1.25  Day Hotel in Alberta f OP ol* the market. ^LWAYS Uniform. OUR (Baking: Worries Eliminated. OAVES a delight to look at. Ql'R Flour is Sold on Quality. ATIIER Than on Price, Jfy|OTIIER'S FAVORITE ^Xl) PRIDE OF ALBERTA. j^ELICIOU.S Bread From Either. J7NJOY Lite by Using Them. Pride of Canada New  Season's Pure Maple Syrup THEREMARKABUE STANDBY AND GUARANTEED BY THE, PACKERS TO STAND GOVERNMENT TEST. CONSIDERING THE FOOD QUALITIES IT CONTAINS THE PRICE IS REMARKABLY, LOW COMPARED TO THE WAY THE PRICE. OF OTHER FOOD8 HAVE ADVANCED IN PRICE. BUY NOW WHILE THE PRICE IS RIGHT AND YOU ARE CERTAIN OF GETTING THE NEW GOODS. Quart Bottles Quart Tins .. 65c �5e Hall Gallon Tins.....$1.25 Gallon Tins.........$2.35 THE GOOD CO. High' Class Grocers Phone 525 MARKETS 7% " FRECKLES " By Gene Stratton Porter. We have this popular book in two bindings, 45c and $1.00 Having seen the play be sure and read the story. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1487 Druggists and Stationers Next Dallas Hotel Winnipeg. .Tune 13.-Winnipeg October was late in opening, was 1c ! higher and after a very limited trade ' it closed -7gc up for the day. J.uly joats were %c higher, October "j,o i higher. July flax 2c up and October l"i cents higher at the close. .Minneap-jolis July closed 7 cents up on a -fluctuation of S cents, September closed W cents higherT The Chicago market showed a weakness and closed with July 'i cents and September Vj cent lower. July corn was weaker on anticipated receipts but September was up 2% cents. Futures. Winnipeg wheat- October.......... 213^4 213V. Make the MOST of the High Prices hy consigning Your Grain to SMITH-MURPHY & CO. You will realize every cent in it for you, and get your re- Isj turns promptly. WRITE OR PHONE Office Phone 1313 Residence Phone 1484 N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. ANNOUNCEMENTS Mrs. W. C. Morgan will entertain all members of the L. O. B. A. and i their friends' at her home. 210 19th j Street North, on Wednesday, from Oats-July ........ October'....... Flax-July ........ October ...... Minneapolis- July ........ September .... Chicago- July ........ September .... 213U R8% 287 269 24S 195 230 207. 69 2S9 273 255 195?i ,231 207% Food and Drink Grape Juice is a beverage that does good. It is almost .as nutritious as milk. It Is an Ideal warm weather drink. / Welch's Grape Juice is of excellent quality. It is very palatable, refreshing and : : : strengthening. Prices 10c - 30c - 55c Tiie Red Cross Dng & Book Co., United Londgjt, June 13.-The weekly shipping report issued by the admiralty today states that 22 British merchantmen of moro than 1,600 tons wore sunk. Ton merchantmen of less than that tonnage also were sunk, together with six fishing vessels. CITY AND DISTRICT Tajjer Visitors D. IV. Conifer and\J. Harper Prowae are among the Tabes, visitors in the city today. C. P. R. Official E. V. Dangerfleld of the C. P. R. baggage department Is in the city from Calgary. Free Movies. Moving pictures of the death of Alley Dodge will be seon tonight at the 'Motor Sales garage. The show is free to the public. ', S o'clock. 154-2 STRONG & DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Merchant* Calgary-Edmonton-Lethbrlite 0�r entire orguli&tlon It at yow service �nd with our experience we can safely guarantee to get you tiie haul prices tor your grain at any time and far any trade or kind ot grata. Phone M 1922 Calgary t Par Office 1*66 Lethbrldge ! Quota-Ilea. 1811 Lethbrldge) slant. ftta Our Agents who are In yeur dlatrlot J. A. CUMMINQ lethbrldge Manager FOR SALE Two High Class .Shorthorn Bulls WRITE OR PHONE - Sick Fanning- Co., Ltd. New Dayton 155-4 Winnipeg Cash Prices, Wheat- ' No. 1 Nor...262 No. 2 Nor...250 Xo. 3 Nor...255 No. 4 Nor...243 No. 5 Nor...2lS No. 6 Nor.. .179 Feed ......................135 Oats-No. 2 C.W... 69% No. 3 C.\V? Extra No. 1 feed............. No. 1 feed.. 65% No. 2vfeed.. Barley- No. 3 ......lCff No. 1 ...... Rejected and feed............ LOCAL MARKETS Grain & Livestock-Prices a Careless Man He-Wrinkles don't worry mo. She-Of course not. A man who is as careless about Ms clothes as you | are naturally doesn't mind whether his skin fits him or not. Winnipeg,, June 13,-The Manitoba Methodist conference this morning passed resolutions' approving conscription and of wealth in Canada, favoring. a . '.'national govern-y ment," advocating . the appointment of a food controller, Dominion-wide prohibition and equality of pensions for officers and men In the Canadian expeditionary' force. " WOMEN OF AMERICA WASTE $700,000,000 IN FOOD EACH YEAR Judging By the Quality "I don't believe the editor of the Punk magazine even reads the manuscripts he rejects, do you?" "I don't think he even reads the manuscripts he accepts." FARM LANDS Of the Hudson's Bay Company and Calgary and Edmonton Land Co. FOR sale The H. Macbeth Agency BECAUSE We can use the money to better advantage at our large home farm we will sell our New Dayton farms at the right price and terms. THE 8. W. >/A 5-6-18, W. 4th, is 1% miles from New Dayton, has a good house, barn, chicken .house and granary; fenced and cross ' fenced; 70 acres seeded with barley and oats. THE SOUTH yz 32-6-18, W. 4th. six miles north of New Dayton. Fenced, large house, barn, large shed, .granaries, etc. 200 acres seeded with wheat and oats. Balance to summerfallow. Well of good water. NORTH i/2 29 A." PART EAST /, 32 & PART WEST '/a-33-4-18, w". 4th. 6S0 acres, 5% miles south of New Dayton; creek along north line; 540 acres plow land. Balance choice pasture. 400 acres seeded wheat, oats and barley. These are worth your consideration. This year's crop may easily pay the entire purchase price. For full particulars write or phone. The Felger Farming Co., Ltd. Box 940 Telephone R 411 --. Track Prices Wheat .....23S Oats......59% Flax......- Barley Wagon Prices Wheat .....232 Oats......35Vi\! Flax......265 Barley...... 95 LIVESTOCK PRICES, Choice steers, 8% to 9, choice cows, 7 to 7Va. Select hogs, 150 to 250 lbs., 13%.' Choice killing wethers, 11c. Choice, kiling, ewes, 10c. OFFICE STATIONERY UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS. A few just as good as new, two colored ribbon, tabulator and back spacor. Price $65.00. One Underwood Typewriter in good condition, 155.00. One Royal Typewriter v In good condition, ?38.00. CHECK WRITER. We are agents for the F. & E. Check Writer. We carry Model C in stock. Price $35.00. IF IT IS FOR THE OFFICE-WE WILL HAVE IT Everall & Fr ank s Sinnott Block, Corner 4th Ave. and 5th 8t. ' Superior Supply Co. MINING, BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT Emerson Farm Implements Stainle Mak-a-Tractors SECOND AVENUE 4 THIRTEENTH STREET, LETHBRIDGE Let Us Serve \J Just one glass of soda and we know you will be a frequent visltor'to our fountain. For there's ho, other soda like ours. It's simply nectar and nothing Iobb. Stopvln today, for your first glass of It. Why put'off the exquisite pleasure} such Bodu affortls? TRY A BOX OF GANONG'8 CHOCOLATES - BEST IN THE LAND, THE EMPIRE NEXT TO ORPHEUM THEATRE insure" no]w ? You cannot afford'to gamble.-We have always received fair settlements pcomptly from .the company we are representing. Alberta Securities S Balmoral Block , Lethbrldge TheKodak On The farm A kodak fits.-into farm life from the pleasure side, from the business side and as a recorder of the familiar events that are so full of Interest-the sheep washing and ^bearing, the haying and harvest scenes, threshing time, and apple picking. It gives pleasure on every holiday-the grange and Sunday school picnics, the fishing arid hunting trips, the circus and tho fair-then there are the familiar scenes around home; the children and their friendB, the family pets-there is good fun in photographing them at  the time and afterward the pleasure of the pictures in the Kodak album. t And on the business side the Kodak helps to keep the Important records in a businevss-llke way-the building and ditching, the livestock, the orchard, the crops. Pictures- of these things with an autographic record made on tho film at the time of exposure are invaluable to the business-like farmer. : It's all very simple with a Kodak and less expensive than you think. When you have' taken your pictures your'curiosity will naturally be aroused to see the finished product. Bring your films to us and wo will guarantee you as handsome pictures as can be produced in the west. . , , Our slock of Eastman Kodak / goods iB replete. Fresh. films for all cameras' constantly on hand. J. D. Higinbotham & Co � Limited \ r; "Alberts'* Honfpr OrugglataV The &fl2�� J*"* Wholesale and retail ehamlete TELEPHONE NO. til a $100 Donation . The Great War' Veterans' Association beg to acknowledge with thanks | the receipt of a cheque s for ?10p for jtheir club funds from'the Major Jack Ross Chapter, I.O.D.E. Great Growth Farmers in the city today from surrounding districts, state that the growth of the crops in tho past four days is the greatest of any period this year. , i" Board of Trade Luncheon. Regular luncheon of Board of Trade in Chinook Club tomorrow at 12.30. All members of council are expected to'attend. Meeting is open to all members. Business always important. Washington, June 12.-Figures were submitted to'the council of national defence,. tqday, .showing that the women of the United \ States annually waste $700,000,000 in running their households. The statistics wore furnished by the department of agriculture and were presented at the conference of governors who are now hero .studying war problems. Thirty per emit, of the food that goes into American homes is wasted, according to-the department's estimates. Another' startling statement was made by President Flerson, of "tho Iowa state college of agriculture. "On the average nice July day Insects destroy' $10,000,000 worth of food." Smoke Stack and Chimney Work As done by us is n source of permanent satisfaction to our customers, when we erect tho work it will be absolutely firm and securely attached to tho building. The cost will not be much considering the fact Chat we use only the strongest and beBt materials and employ only skilled mechanics. THE DIXON SHEET METAL CO. Rear Stafford Block, .....Lethbrldge, Alta. Win-War Meeting. , Meeting tonight of all interested In "Win-the-War movement In Board of Trade rooms at S o'clock, when Mayor Hardle will submit report of the convention at Montreal and business arising'out of same will be discussed. For Belgian Relief. W. A. Buchanan, M. P., acknowledges the receipt of $30.00 for the Belgian Relief Fund, being the proceeds of a concert given by Carman-gay public school; also $60 from Miss G. Connolly on behalf of Girls' Belgian Relief Fund, Pincher Creek. Raymond Man Wounded. The Raymond Leader says: Wo/d was received this week from Herbert Rowling saying he Is in a hospital at Colchester, England. He was shot through both legs at the battle of Vlmy Ridge. Herbert will be remembered by the people of Raymond as he stayed here at different times. His uncle Is Mr. Wm. Baker. Pto. Rowling enlisted with the Lothbridge Kilties. Elks Meeting. Lethbrldge Lodge No. 37 Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks will meet in special session at'8-.30 p.m. Thursday, June 14th In ,tholr club rooms In the Alberta Block. Officers of the Grand Lodge will bo in attendance and a lunch will be served. Every memher is requested to make a special effort to bo present as tiucs-tionB of vital interest to the lodge are coming up tor discussion. Insurance Now Is the time to place your hail insurance. It will cost you no less one month hence. Your crop this year will undoubtedly be the most valuable you have everf raised, therefore, you should take no chances. Select a reliable company. Our company has been doing business for over eighty year* AND IS THOROUGHLY RELIABLE 8EE US NOW Wilson & Skeith GENERAL INSURANCE OFFICE: GROUND FLOOR SHERLOCK BLDG. PHONE 1343 POLICIESISSUED IN OUR OFFICE GIVING IMMEDIATE COVERING. IF NECESSARY WE" CAN COVER v YOU BY PHONE. " INCLUDED IN THE ASSETS OF OUR COMPANY ARE Dominion War Loan Debentures, $130;fl0.00 1 I I ENAMELED WARE FAVORABLE RECEPTION. Mason & Risch i Limited Balmoral Dlock. Lethbrldge Vlctrolas, Victor Records,. Viol-Ins, Accordeoris, Sheet MUalo and Musical Merchandise., Mall Orders Given Careful Attention. Dublin, June 12, via London.--The reception by the Irish press of tho various sections of the Irish convention scheme Is generally favorable. The Unionists note that nearly 70 members will be Nationalists, but this Is Inevitable In any representa-i tiVe phase and loss than 60 will have,' any connection with political organy' lza'tlons. / ELKS CLUB Alberta Block Reading Room, T\ riting Room, Billiards. Rorrutur meetings, 1st and 3rd Thursday!. Visiting members wal. coma, W. L. Clark. Exalted Ruler. O. B. idgett, Room 4, Albarta Black, Secretary.. ains OUR WINDOW ANY PIECE Worth from 25c to 50c. Consumers Hard ware Go LETHBRIDGE . ALBERTA ' NEXT DOOR TO HIGINBOTHAM'S DRUG STORE 60?1 ;