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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS -.....- -  � ,, , EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE j LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD VINDSOR ill. Hotel in Albert* 'fOP of the market. ^LWAYS ITnifotin. Y�UR Baking Worries Eliminated. j^oayes a delight to look at. quk Flour is Sold on Quality. j^ATIIER Than on Price. jyjOTHER'S FAVORITE ^XD PRIDE OF ALBERTA. J^elictoits Bread From Either. JPXJOY Life by Using Them. OUR FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIALS Fresh Strawberries, Clark's seedling. FlneBt grown. We expect an extra shipment for Saturday's business. Lowest market price. Cuban Pineapples. These are now at their best and we expect another lot for preserving today. Price per dozen..............$2.45 and $3.25 Oranges, Sunkist and Bull Dog. Special values.' Per dozen...................30c, 40c and 50c Lemons, large size, per dozen ...............30c Grape Fruit, 2 for.......................... 25c Fresh Rhubarb, per lb....................... 5c New Cabbage, per lb....................... 10c Watermelon, cut any size you want, lb.......: 8c Also other seasonable fruits and vegetables. Fresh Dairy Butter. Something' very choice. Per pound .......,............................45c Fresh Creamery Butter. Cloverhlll, Cardston and Crystal Dairy, Per lb...................... 50c Boiled Ham and Roast Pork with dressing. Sliced. Per lb.................................... 60c Veal Loaf. Sliced, per lb,....................30c Corned Beef, Sliced, per lb..................45c Pcamoaled Back Bacon, Swift's Sliced, per lb. 40c In the piece, per lb. ...................... 37c Lunch Tongue, 1 lb. tins. Very special ......45c These are worth about 65c now. Syrup. Old Tymo. Regular 50c size. Very special, per tin ...................................40c Jams, K. C. Strawberry and Raspberry In 10 oz. bottles. Regular 25c. Special 2 for ....... 36c Olive Oil, La Pcrlc Extra quality. Regular 50c, Very spcolal per bottle....................40c THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers Phone 525 ! " FRECKLES " i ] By Genc Stratton Porter. We have this popular book in two bindfngs, 45c and $1.00 Having seen the play be sure and read the story. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 14S7 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 get your returns promptly. WRITE OR PHONE Office Phor.s 1313 Residence Phone 1484 N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. RUSSIA GETTING ACTIVE. Petrograd. June 12. via London.- The government has ordered the immediate re-examinstion a" men who have hitherto been exempted from military service. STRONG -ft DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Merchant* Calgary-Edmonton-Lethbrltfge Our entire organization Is at your service and with our experience we can safely guarantee to get you the best prices tor yoor grain at any time ana far any grade or kind oi iralo. Phone M 1922 Calgary V Far Office 1366 Lethbrldoe \ Quota-Rsa. 1811 Lethbridga} Uafiai a* Our Agents who ar� In your district J. A..CUM.MJNG. Lathbrtdg* Manager for Sale High Class Two4 Shorthorn Bulls WRITE OR PHONE Sick Farming Co., Ltd. New Dayton 155-4 FARM LANDS Of the Hudson's Bay Company and Calgary and Edmonton Land Co. FOR 8ALE The H. Macbeth Agency BECAUSE We can use the money to better advantage at our large home farm we will sell our New Oayton farms at the right price and terms. THE S. W. i/4 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 1/2 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/z 29 & PART EAST 1/2 32 & PART WEST J/2 33-4-18, W. 4th. 680 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 Fclger Farming Co.. Ltd. Sox 940 Telephont R 411 Winnipeg. June 14.-Wheat markets were generally weaker, mainly on good reports of conditions in spring wheat states. Winnipeg October opened %c higher and close 3%c lower. July oats were down ?�c and October l\ic July flax was 2 cents lower and October 2V�c down. Minneapolis July broke 2Hc Sept. closed l%c lower. Chicago July broke 2V4c and Sept. closed l%c lower. July corn was down 2%c; Sept. 4% and 4%. The cash situation show- ; ed an increase in demand on the part i of the government agents who evidently have large tonnage to fill during June stocks at Fort William are being rapidly depleted and forward movement is not so large as had been hoped for. Mills both east and west were after wheat. There was a big trade in oats, one export house taking over half a million bushels and there were other buyers. Futures Winnipeg wheat- Oct............. 214 210 Oats-July .....'....... 69% 6814 Oct............. 59 57% Flax- r July............ 2S9 2S5 Oct............. 271 t 265% Minneapolis- July............ 255 25214 Sept............. 195 194 Chicago- July............ 230 , 225 Sept............. 205 200 Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat- Xo. 1 Nor...262 No. 2 Nor...260 No. 3 Nor...256 No. 4 Nor...243% No. 5 Nor...219 No. 6 Nor...185 Feed.....................137 Oats-No. 2 C. W. 68% No. 3 C. W. 66% Extra No. 1 Feed .............. 66V2 No. 1 Feed.. UVi No. 2 Feed.. 62V4 Barley- No. 3 ......131 No. 4 ......125 Rejected and Feed ............109 1 Flax-No. 1 N. W. C................284 No. 2 C. W. 279% No. 3 C. W. 265 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 - 35c' The Red Cross Dng & Book Co., United PHONE 661. * * BANK CLEARINGS. * ? Week ending todav . .$791,985 > * Same period last year 371,922 * $420,063 ? Increase 113 per cent. > > ? > : .> > > , >iut of ^any-other i-i   . 'i i 3 .Site '�.', V !m �! If'Mu CITY AND DISTRICT /" A. O. F. Meeting j' Court Unity, A. O. F.. will hold their I regular monthly meeting tonight in j Burgmann's hall at S o'clock. Society Representatives J The following society representa-, tives have been elected to the official j board o� Wesley church: C. E. Bran-dow. Dr. Cragg. W. V. Fairbaini, A. W. I Kress, R. E. Skeith, N. C.Stibbs, and I H. SI. Whiddington. Water Report The report of the condition of the city water supply as received yesterday from the government analyst shows that there are 25 bacteria per cubic centimeter, and some evidences of pollution. LOCAL MARKETS Grain & Livestock Prices Track Price* -jVagor- Prices Wheat .....238 Wheat .....232 Oats......58% Oats......55% Flax......- Flax ... .. .265 Barley .....- Barley ..... 95 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, SVi to 9, choice cows, 7 to 7%. Select hogs. 150 t0 250 lbs., 13%. Choice killing wethers, 11c. Choice kiling, ewes, 10c. THE "BIT LEFT OVER" T But My Feet Feel Good If you want your feet to feel good- easy and comfortable in spite of ^ hot weather -use Rexall Foot Powder 25c OFFICE STATIONERY UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS. A few just as good as new, two colored ribbon, tabulator and back spacer. Price $65.00. One Underwood Typewriter in good condition, $55.00. One Royal Typewriter 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 Ever all & Fr a nk s Sinnott Block, Corner 4th Ave. and 5th St. A Pamphlet Issued by National War Savings Committee, London, Eng. "I am a Blice of bread. "I meanure three inches by two-and-a half, and my thickness is half an inch. "My weight is exactly an ounce. "I am wasted once a day by 48,000,-000 people of Britain. "I am 'the bit left over'; the slice {eaten absent-mindedly when really I wasn't needed; I am the-waste crust. ' "If you collect me and my companions for a whole week you would find that we amounted to 9,380 tons of good bread-WASTED! "Two shiploads of good bread 1 ... "Almost as much-striking an average-as twenty German submarines could sink-oven if they had good luck. "When you throw me away or waste me you are adding twenty submarines to the German navy." ... Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. S. and 13th Street. MINING, , BUILDING 4 RAILWAY SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDER80N AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH- BUGGIES MENT8. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILER8 CULTIVATORS BINDER ENGINES PHONE 1725-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR ANNOUNCEMENTS A dance will be held in the K. of P. hall on Saturday night, June lfi. Everybody welcome. A grand time assured. 156-2 if you don't find it grateful.relief for tired aching feet-your money back............... J. D. Higinbothara & Co 1 Limited 1 Alberta's Pioneer Druggists*" The JsmoVL Jfo#* Wholesale and retail chsmlsta TELEPHONE NO. I� "Y" Directors Meet The board of directors of the "Y" held their regular meeting at the Y at the luncheon hour today. The new board is taking up its work with enthusiasm and under Secretary Bicklo the "Y" is making good financially and otherwise. Singer Co. Officials. Air. Phelp3 of the executive offices of the Singer Sewing Machine Co-New York, and General Agent Wald-ron of the western division, are visiting the local offices on their annual supervision trip. Slimiy Attended Wednesday night's meeting in the Board of Trade building to hear Mayor Hardie's report on the win-the-war convention at Montreal, was very slimiy attended. The mayor's report, which is very comprehensive, will bo published in a later issue. aucti X i WADDINGTO I l S. C I ); , .' I On Friday ^ALE 15th at frank li! '.. Two Commerce Men Enlist Word has been received that two former well known Commerce men have enlisted in the U. S. army. Jack Rutkie and James MacDonald, better known as Red Jim, have joined the 5th Ohio machine gun battery. Mr. Rutkie was born in Lethbridgc and his parents reside at Royal View. They will be in camp in Tennessee. EjkB' Meeting Lethbridge^Lodge Number 37, Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks will meet this evening in their club rooms in the Alberta block at 8.30 p.m. Representatives of the Grand Lodge will be in attendance to give a report of the recent session, and*-to outline the plans of the Dominion order for the coming year. The entertainment committee is making big preparations. An earnest request is made to each member to make special effort to be present. Obituary Notices Doris Brewer, the one month old daughter of Frank Brewor of Eyre-more, who died at 1706 6th avenue south, was buried yesterday. The funeral was held this afternoon of John Tesluk. 4 year old son of Wasil Tesltik of Staffordville, services being conducted by the Greek Catholic prieat. The death occurred this morning of Mrs. Porock, aged 30, wlfa of Miko Perock, of Hardieville. The funoral will he held tomorrow morning, the Greek Catholic priest officiating. FAVORED WITH INSTRUC I .; WILL SELL BY PUBLIC AU , > QUANT! I IHRSKHOL And effects Including: i m and mattress; very fine; . i .> afternoon tea tabic, with ylus t  oak; fumed oak arm chair; g;.i i liKht oak dining Chairs and i. I kitchen cabinet "Maple Leaf"; I DROP HEAD SEWING MAC!' I enamel bed and spring; 2-bui oak dressers; pair vory fin.'. >r "During Whist." and "Huntinu vl prints, after Herring, publisher. r" about 10 pairs new grey blanke including set-of Encyclopaedia t 3 edition) 1902; complete workt" i I History of the World, i> vols.; � : i vols. Arden's Manifold Cyclopni' ! i novels, etc,  TERMS CASH. GOODS ON Vlt t1. . 1, PHONE, ii i \ � l� US OWNERS I- RESERVE A i piral springs rt mahogany ;et in fumed chair; set of !)lc; splendid ional chairs; rator; white with oven; i fter Sadler, \n old colored I oak frames; V OF BOOKS. I � ew Werner )1 ; Rldpath's 0 vols.; 21 :. tcs various 0 9.30 P.M. man ti in Ice Cream - S CI U'l I ! > .1 H \ , i(i i\  -v I I ndaes I s'll hnve a i i I i* thsft our i i H apot In ' :.i refrlgera-v the purest, '. Ice cream, 3 - and Sun-i mid dalifty fl i and ple.is- Co. >LBERTA in i| ie� I ENAMELE tern i - I MaaMMMaBsaaiaaasnaaBaaaiBMaaBaaaaaiBaMifltMrw ( i i � � �� 'U< ;