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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beat $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta *J"*OP of the market. > LYVAYS Uniform. OUR Baking Worries Eliminated. OAVES a delight to look at. QUR Flour is Sold on Quality. RATHER Than on Trice. ]y|OTIIER\S FATORITE Jb^SB PRIDE OF ALBERTA. JQELICIOUS Bread From Either. JT�XJOY Life by Using Them. DEVELOPING AND PRINTING Let us do the next lot of pictures for you. We guarantee good work and quick service. Films left before 2 p.m. are developed and trft desired prints ready by 10 a.m. next day. , THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1487 Druggists and Stationers Next Dallas Hetsl SOME OF OUR SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK-END STRAWBERRIES ARE NOW COMING IN DAILY. WE ARE GETTING THE CLARK'S SEEDLINGS WHICH ARE CONSIDERED THE BEST VARIETY GROWN. WE ALSO EXPECT TO BE GETTING SOME FROM CRESTON THE END OF THIS WEEK. Strawberries, the Clark's. Seedlings. Today's price Pure Lard, Swift's or Gordon, Ironsides per basket ............s................ 28c 3 lb. pni|3l each................."........ 85c Lowest Market Price Dally. 5 |b, pa||S> e.,ch ....................... $1,40 Ripe Tomatoes. Mississippi's, Very good quality. 10 |b- pa||Si each ...................... $2.80 Per pound .....................*........ 25c 20 lb. palls, each.......................$5.50 Cream Brfck Cheese.'madeYn AiberYa/perYb. Ill Crls*?' 'ft ^ �C Cream Brick Cheese, Imported..............45c 3 lb' tlns' ea.c.h ;............ 75c A full range of fresh fruit and vegetables at low- ^ Powders, Maclarens, assorted flavors, 3 pack- cst market prices. ases for.................................25c Potatoes, per cwt.............. $2.50 and $2.75 Bacon, Swift's Peamealed Backs, sliced, per lb. 40c Carrots, 8 lbs. for.......................... 25c In the piece, per lb.-..................... 37c' Beets, 8 lbs. for....................j_...... 25c Pure Maplo Syrup-Pride of Canada: Turnips, 10 lbs. for ........................ 25c Quart bottles, each...................... 65c Evaporated Milk, Paolfic Brand, large 20 oz. tins. Quart tins, each ........................ 65c Quality guaranteed equal to anything on the Half gallon tins, each ................. $1.25 market. Per tin ........�............... 15c GnTlon tins, each ..................... $2.35 Hotel Size Tins, per tin..................30c Matches, 5s, 3 boxes In a pkg. per pkg. ... 15c THE GOOD CO. High Glass Grocers Phone 525 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 CR!PHONE' Office Phone 1313 Residence Phone 1484 N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. U. S. ENROLMENT RESIGN HIS SEAT Winnipeg, June 25^-P.-JT"Dixon, member of the Manitoba legislature for Centre Winnipeg, refuses to resign his seat in response to a petition secured by the Army and Navy veterans. The movement for Mr. Nixon's recall was instituted after he had criticized publicly the national service scheme. STRONG & DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Merchants C�lg*ry-Edmanton-Latfcbrlrfg* Our entire organization is at you service tnd -with our experience we can safely, ruaraotoa to get you the best prices tm your gTalti at any time and tot any grade or kind of craln. . � . Phone M 1922 Calgary \ F*r Offloe 1665 Lethbrldgs [ Ouat*. Htm. 1*11 Lathbtltlflfr) .!]*> m Our Agents who ant In ji�tir dlatrlat J. A. CUMMINQ Lethbrldg* Manager Washington, June 22.-Following the report of the war registration returns from Wyoming and Kentucky, making the nation's final total enrollment 9,640,938. Provost Marshal General Crowder announced today that draft regulations would he ready for publication July l, two months before the first call to the colors. BANK CLOSED Chicago, June 21. - The Bank of Commerce and Savings, five of whose directors resigned yesterday following refusal by the clearing association to clear for it, was closed by a state bank examiner this-afternoon. CATTLE I have for sale a choice bunch of cows and calves. 50 head of No. 1 yearling steers, also 1000 head of 2 and 3 years old Ewes. APPLY C. RABY 410 Fifth Avenue S. Phone 1553 ^ 161-3 Mason & Risch Limited ' , Balmoral Dlock Lethbrldge Vletroiat, Victor Records, Viol ins, Acoordeons, Sheet Muile and Musical Merchandise. Mall Orders Given Cartful Attention. . v......... * FARM LANDS Of the Hudson's Bay Company and Calgary and Edmonton Land Co. FOR SALE The H. Macbeth * Agency Winnipeg, June 22.-Winnipeg market was strong all day with no special reason except that Liverpool was rather bullish and predicted smaller world shipments. American markets were also very strong all day. Winnipeg October was S%c higher at the close. July oats closed lc, October unchanged and December' lc higher. Flax was ui>-n 4t�c July, and 5c for October. Minneapolis July was HVfcc higher and September 7c higher. Winnipeg cash wheat went up on,strength in American markets. There was an increased demand from Candian millers. Offerings were very light. There was a fair trade in Oats. Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat-No. 1 Nor...244 No. 2 Nor...241% No. 3 Nor...237 No. 4 Nor...225 No. 5 Nor...201 No. 6 Nor... 185 Oats-No. 2 C- W. 70% No. 3 C. W. 69% Extra No. 1 Feed............. 69',fc i No. 1 Feed.. 67% No. 2 Feed.. 65% Barley- No. 3 ......125 No. 4 ......120 Rejected and Feed ............109 Flax-No. 1 N. W. C................280 y. No. 2 C. W. 276% No. 3 C. W. 261% Futures Winnipeg Wheat- , Oct............. 194 202 Oats-July ............ 69% , 70% Oct...........,. . 68%. 59% Flax-July ... ... ...... 285 280% Oot............. 272% 268 Minneapolis- July ... ... ... ... 224 233 Sept............. 174 182 Chicago- July............ 210 210 Sept.......... ... 178% 184 FREE 2 CAKES OF PALMOLIVE SOAP With Each Jar of Palmolive Cream Price 50c CAKE OE PALMOLIVE SOAP With Each Box of Palmolive Talcum. Price 25c The Red Cross Drag & Book Co., Li'iited I'hons en. LOCAL MARKETS Grain & Livestock Prices New Ice Cream Parlor WE ARE NOW SERVING ICE CREAM, SOFT DRINKS, AND SODAS. OUR FLAVORS AND SYRUPS ARE PURE. TRY OUR " SUNDAES-THEY'RE DIFFERENT. Lethbridge Chocolate & Candy Co. K. P. BUILDING-FIFTH 8TREET S. Track Prices ' Wag or- Price* Wheat .....222 Wheat .....214 Oats......61% Oats......56% Flax ... ... - Flax......260 Barley .....- Barley. .....400 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 8% to 9,'choice cows, 7 to 7%. Select hogs, 150 to 260 lbs., 13%. Choice killing wethers, 11c. - Choice killng, ewes, 10c. ' Neilson's Chocolates r m Today's arrivals. Dellclously fresh, In packages and in bulk. Super Six (one and two lb.) Aristocrats (one and two lb.) Eplcurien (one and two lb.) Reception (one and two lb.) Assorted Hard Centres, ( half and one lb.) , Dipped Brazils (half lbs.) Maple Creams T-'> Rote Buds. Chocolate Caramel* 'Soldiers' Chocolated Etc., Etc., Etc. ' J. D. Higinbotham & Co �� Limited -- 'Alberta's Pioneer Druggist*,* The SfeflaH Jfcwe Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. S. and 13th Street. MINING, BUILDING & RAILWAY SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDER80N AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH- BUGGIES MENTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO'TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINDER ENGINEC PHONE 1725-TAKE A PLUE LINE CAR Wholesale and retail ehsmlita TELEPHONE NO. �M AMERICA'S NOTE TO CHINA. London, June J J.-Lord Robert Cecil, minister of blockade, said (n the house of commons today that the American note to China had not been officially communicated to Great Britain. ANNOUNCEMENTS The secretary ot the Golf Club has received a supply of score cards, and all who wish may procure them from him for 50c per dozen. 16.0-0 BORN. ANDERSON-To Mr. and Mrs. W. Anderson, Kipponvllle, Ju'ne 20th, a son, Harllen Olat-William. CARD OF THANKS. . Mrs. A, M. Marshall asks acceptance of this public expression of thanks, for messages of condolence, flowers and many kindnesses extended to her and her family in their recent ber^vement. Received with Pleasure And eaten with delight is the plate of our ice cream-. It is a refreshment that takes the terror from hot days. It is u treat, every spoonful of .which is a cooling delight. If you havon't tried our ico cream you have yet to know the joy of learning how surpassingly delicious it la. THE EMPIRE Next to Orpheum Theatre FOR A BIG CROP Deputy Minister Craig Speaks of Conditions Over the Province "Crops in the north are looking fine, though about two weeks later than last year," said II. A. Craig, deputy minister of agriculture who is in the city today attending the water conference. "In southern Albertn. the outlook is for another big crop," continued Mr. Craig. Reports from a belt along the eastern boundary indicate a need for rain, but over the whole province the conditions are ideal." Mr. Craig thinks the acreage throughout the province will probably be a little larger than last year. In the north it is about the same, but in the south there has been an increase. Heavy shipments of livestock have been made into Alberta during the past year, and especinlly into the southern portion, and that is why Mr. Crnig is so greatly interested in the present conference on the farm water supply. OFFICE STATIONERY UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS. A few just as good as now, two col-orod ribbon, tabulator and hack spacer. Price $65.00. Ono Underwood Typewriter in good condition, $55.00. Ono Royal Typewriter in good condition, J3S.O0. CHECK WRITER. We are agents for the F. & t. Check Writer. Wo 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. PREFER CHARGES AGAINST CHIEF, ARE DISMISSED Washington, June 5.-Maj.-Gen. Goe-thals, general manager of the Emergency fleet corporation, today dismissed F. A. Eufctis, ot Boston, assistant general manager, and F. H. Clark, of New York, the two engineers who originated the wooden fleet idea. The dismissal of Eustis and Clark, today, followed their action of last night in issuing statements virtually charging Gen. Goethnls with holding up the shipbuilding program in the nation's emergency. ELKS CLUB Alberta Block Rending Room, W rltlng Room, Billiards. Rogujur meetings, 1st and 3rd Thursdays. Visiting mcuibors wol-como. W. L. Clark. Exalted Hulor. O. B. Cdgett, Room 4, Alberta Block, Secretary. TRY A HERALD WANT AO. CITY AND DISTRICT Austrian Fined. Harry Threatful, an Austrian, was fined in the police court this morning to the extent of $10 and costs for not reporting in the usual way, FRUITY SODA Land Man Here. J. R. Heeb, well known land man. spending a short time in the city from the States. is Canada Permanent Man Here. H. G. Forson. inspector for the Canada Permanent Loan and Mortgage Corporation, Edmonton, is making a visit to the district. Auto Meeting. A meeting will be held on Monday night at 8.30 at the Chinook Club of all auto owners, whether members of the Automobile Club or not, to arrange a motor trip to Glacier Park. Lieut. Swift Loses Leg. Word has been received in the city that Lieut. R. Swift, who enlisted with the 13th C. M. R. has had his leg amputated owing to injuries received at the front. Lieut. Swift was awarded the military medal a short time ago. HUGE SUBSCRIPTION Now York, ^une 14.-^Tho First National Bank of New York has made application for subscriptions to the Liberty loan now aggregating $100,000,-000 for itself and customers, it was announced today. This is the largest subscription from ono source, yet. 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 tCWTis. THE S. W. 5-6-18, W. 4th, is IVj 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 Vz 32-6-18,' W.( 4th, six miles north ot New Dayton. Fenced, large house, barn, large shed, granaries, eto. 200 ' acres seeded with wheat and oats. Balance to Bummerfallow. Well of good water. NORTH Vz 29 & PART EAST Vz 32 & PART WE8T /2 33-4-18, W. 4th. 680 acres, 5% miles south of Now Dayton; creek along north lino; 540 acres plow laud. 'Balance choice pasture. 400 acres seeded wheat, oats and barley. These are worth your consideration. This year's crop may easily pay t)�o entire purchase price. For full particulars write or phono, The Felgcr Fanning Co., Ltd. Box 940 Telephone R 411 Our Soda Drinks are simply delicious. That's the popular and unanimous verdict. Have you tried one? Satisfy your thirst with n cold, fruity, sparkling soda drink at ouf fountain and you will enjoy the best soda water obtainable. JACKSON & CO. LETHBRIDGE DISPENSING CHEMISTS J ALBERTA ! Lawn Mowers, Lawn Rakes, Garden Hose and Sprinklers Grass Shears, Digging Forks, Spades, hoes' and everything for the garden. Call and inspect our stocji, you Avill not be urged to buy. Consumers' Hardware Co. PHONE 1212 ;