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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 16, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMPORTABLE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberts ------LIB__________I. yOP of the market. ^LWAYS filiform. Y�*TR Kakinsr Worries Eliminated. j^OAVES a delight to look at. QVB riour is Sold on Quality, j^ATHER Than on Price. jyjOTHER'S FAVORITE ^XD PRIDE OF ALBERTA. J-JELICIOUS Bread From Either. J7NJOY Life by tsing Thcni, OUR SATURDAY SPECIALS Freih Strawberries, Clark's seedling. Finest Fresh Creamery; Butter. Clover-hill, Cardston and Brown. We expect an extra shipment for Sat- Crystal Dairy, Per lb...................... 50c urday's business. Lowest market price. Bolted Ham and Roast Pork with dressing. Sliced. Cuban Pineapples. These are now at their best and Per 1�............... .................... 50c we expect another lot for preserving today. Veal Loaf. Sliced, per lb.....................30c Price per doxen..............$2.45 and $3.25 Corned Beef. Sliced, per lb.................. 45c Oranges, Sunklst and Bull' Dog. Special values. Pcamealed Back Bacon, Swift's Sliced, per lb. � LsthfcrHf Oar entire organ 1-JHnn it at Tow arvtoe end iHtti oar experience we cm s&iely fm rent- to set you the bett prloee ter row gmln sA sat tfcne ��4 tec any �ra4e or kdjU ot (tikis. Q Mione M 1Mt Ce leery t Fer K Offlee -MM CethbrUge { 4��4� Hee, ,1*11 LettifrrldBef ttone. a�^iA|erits whs mrt In ywwr tftaMs*. NOTICE TO ODDFELLOWS AH Oddfellows and Sister Rebekahs on the north side are earnestly requested to meet at Burgmann's hall at 3 o'clock sharp tomorrow. From there they will proced to the north cemetery for the purpose of decorating the graves of their departed brothers and sisters. FARM LANDS Of the Hudson's Bay Company and Calgary and Edmonton Land Po. \ FOR 8ALE The H. Macbeth Agency ANNOUNCEMENTS A dance will be held tonight at the K. of P. hall. Everybody welcome. A grand time assured. 158-1 Don't forget the auction sale of 25 heavy draft mares and geldings, at Barons, next Saturday, June 23rd, at 1 p.m. 158-4 There will be a joint memorial service in Wesley church for the B. (Of R. T. and O. R. C.'s, B. L. F. & E. and B. of E., Sunday, June 17th. All members are requested to attend. 156-3 The St. Mary's Women's Auxiliary are holding an ice cream social on the grounds of the Green Gables, 705 4th Ave. S., on Wednesday, June 20th at 3 o'clock. Tea, Ice cream, competitions and music. 158-3 Just Received! Carload Tennessee Oak Including all stock sizes, and also H. F. Wagon TongueB. BECKER & YATES Phone 1384 Winnipeg, June 16.-The week-end market was a very quiet one. Reports of growing crops were generally favorable. Liverpool cables reported Increasing supplies. The harvest of winter wheat is to begin in Kansas in two weeks with a probable yield of 70,000,000 bushels. Locally 'the cash situation showed little or no change a's regards wheat, but there was a slackening of demand for cash oats. Offers of both wheat and oats were fairly liberal. There was an active demand for July oats for export. The demand was sufficient to advance the, price 2% cents for a time but the price fell away toward the close which was 1% cents over Friday. October oats was We higher. Flax was quite strong, July closing 5 cents and October 4 cents higher. There was no trading in October wheat, which nominally closed %c higher. Cash wheat was down 4 cents on No. 1 northern, 5 cents on No. 2 and 6 cents  on No. 3 and 5% cents on No. 4 wheat. No. 6 and feed were unchanged. Winnipeg Cash Prices, Wheat-No. 1 Nor...256 No. 2 Nor...253 No. 3 Nor...248 No. 4 oNr...236 So. 5 Nor...214 No. 6 Nor...188 Feed .......................138 No. i Special 236 No. 5 special 214 No. 6 special .................200 Basis contract-June 253, July 248. Barley- No. 3 C.W.. .131 No. 4 C.W... 126 Rejected and track............109 Oats-No. 2 C.W...................... 7174 No. 1 feed.. 68% No. 2 feed.. 66% Track...................... 61*4 Flax- No. 1 N.W.C...................288 No. 2 C.W...284 No. 3 C.W...268 Track.......................289 Future*. Winnipeg wheat- October.......... 208 Oats-July ............. ~69% October .......... 58% Flax-July............. 283 October......... 265 Minneapolis , July............. 242 September ., .. . 1S8 Chicago- July ............ 221 September ........ 195 208 71% 59 289 269 238 185 221% 195% LOCAL MARKETS Grain & Livestock Prices Track Prices V/agor- Prices Wheat .....232 Wheat .....227 Oats......62% Oats......58% Fla.......- Flax......265 Barley .....- Barley .....95 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 8% to 9, choice cows, 7 to 7%. Select hogs, 150 to 250 lbs., 13%. Choice killing wethers, 11c. Choice klling, eweB, 10c. 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 atock. Price $35.00. - IF IT IS FOR THE OFFICE-WE WILL HAVE IT Everall & Franks Slnnott Block, Corner 4th Ave. and 5th St. Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. S. and 13th Street. MINING, BUILDING & RAILWAY SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH- BUGGIES MENTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINDER ENGINES PHONE 1725-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR BORN THEOBALD-To Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Theobald, 1231 5th Ave. A. S, a Bon, Donald James. 157-3 ELKS CLUB Alberta Block Reading Room, ~R rlting Room. Billiards. Reedier meetings, 1st and 3rd Thursdays. Vial ting members welcome. W. L. Clark. Exalted Ruler. O. B. Edgett, Room 4, Alberta Block, Secretary-. Golf Balls We have just received an assortment of balls to suit' all players. These come In three different varieties. Each ball is equal to anything on the market at the price. De Luxe Floater .......... 60c' De Luxe Heavy ........... 60c A fine ball of great durability and a great distance getter. The Leader Floater ....... 50c The Leader Heavy ........ 60c The finest ball on the market at the price. The Eaglet (heavy) ....... 10c A low priced ball giving great satisfaction.' . The Red Cross Drag & Btoit Co., United PHONE 6M. CITY AND DISTRICT Donations For Jews. Donations for the Jews in Palestine may bo sent to S. .1. Shepherd, M. Goodman and L. Keel Masonic Meeting Emergent meeting ot North Star Lodgo No. 4. A.F. & A.M., In Masonic hall on Monday at 8 p.m. First degree. Visiting brethren cordially invited. 1 s - A Correction. The Herald was in error in stating that .Miss llazell sang at the Jewish relief mass meeting on Thursday evening. The iady was Miss Ethel Nellson, anothor popular local soloist. Dr. MacRae to Preach Rev. Dr. MacRae. principal of Western Canada College, will conduct the services in Knox church tomorrow. Morubers of session and board of ! managers are requested to meet to- gother at the close ot the morning service. ' For Red Cross . A. J. BInekburne, lion, treasurer, acknowledges for the Rod Cross $21.20 the proceed!? of the collection taken at Leo. M. Coombs' pupils recital. Former Rcsidont. George Huniierninn, formerly connected with the CP. 11. telegraphs here h.ut now living in Calgary, Is a visitor In tho city for a few days. Railwaymen's Memorial Service. , The annual memorial service of the ! four brotherhoods of railwaymcn will i bo held tomorrow evening at 7.30 in Wesley church. The services will he I of unusual interest this year, because � of the large number who have enlisted and who have given their lives in the cause. Le Moustique It makes little difference whether you "address" him in French or any other language," he Is "there with the otlng." Here are a few "stoppers" for you to select from. . "Skeetadope" Skeeter-Scoot, Anti-Buzz, Mosquito-Foe, Mosquito Talcum, Josh Sticks, Fumlgators, Etc, J. D. Higitibotham & Co 111 Limited -- �Albarla's Plonesr Dmgnlatak* The J^tpM> Stout WholssiU anal retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 122 Band Concert Sunday The.Lethbridge band, composed entirely of Lethbridge musicians, who have been rehearsing for the past four months, will give an excellent band concert in the Majestic thentre on Sunday night at nine o'clock. The band will hold a practice in the band rooms In the afternoon at 'i o'clock Instead ot 2 as announced. I Ford Agents Meet. A meeting is being held in the city I today which is attended by ail the agents of the Ford car in the south. i D. J. McCormick and W. S. Kickley of (the company's Calgary office are in the city meeting the agents, and entertained them at luncheon at the Lethbridge hotel. W. A. Taskey/of Lomond and A. Cannon of Taber are among those attending tue conference. Ask Our Local Dealer When installed according to plans furnished by us, the Sunshine Furnace will heat your home comfortably, healthfully and economically. Ask our local dealer to tell you how it's done, or write for free booklet. + SUNSHINE F iONDOIT toronto montreal winnipeg VANCOUVER - , ST. joh:;, n.b. Hamilton calgary 3 . saskatoon EDMomorj For Sale by The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. BBBSSJHB j Subway Costs. ! - City Solicitor Ball and a couple of the commissioners will go to Calgary j on Tuesday to appear before the ' Board of Railway Commissioners relative to a claim of the city against the C. P. R. tor $400 being the C. P. R.'s share of the cost of lowering the . street railway tracks at the 1.1th St-1 subway. The amount has been in dis pute lor three years. ? > > > * .> * 1? VZOKS. Consumers Hardware / Co. Lethbridge, Alberta Next Door to Hlglnbotham's Drug Store ;