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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 29, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta KfUDAY, JUNE 29, 1917 THE LETHDHIDCE DAILY HERALD PAGE F1VIO MARKETS Wluu.pcp. June Qc- lober closed, tent lower. July oats cctit lower, October uuchanycd and December U cent lemur i flax oloscil uncl.angrd for July aud 2 cvula ui) fur October. Winnipeg cash prices ilioppcd five conls on No.'d 1 a'nl '2 northern and 0 (Tills ou No. 'A northern nud 5 cent? on all other 'grades. Minneapolis July broke 7 ceuls on an S cent fluctuation and September eeiils. Tlic feature or (lie marvel was (do Bcllvv demand for oats, both cash a oil future. Offerings were not exces- sive and U cum nd was largely through New York for account of al- lied governments. Oals ore relatively very cheap In vie iv of prices' for ?.rniua iiiul also In view or tlio Ion. ol ttio growing crop. The acreage seed- ed to oaU-.ii both Canada and the Un- ited States Is very lurpc Vjut weather conditions BJNCG cron was seeded liavo been far from favorable and Uic crop fs backward and In many places liclh shorl nncl thin. Under there conditions December oals round 57 lo 5S look .good value. shtnvcil EOinc also, and loi-ul crushers an unusual de- mand [or CQ 11 tract, from sources near home, which have never ordered be- fore. Tltls. Indicates an increased UBB ol highly concentrated food in tlitch fcHlfjifi. The lilffli of bar- Icy and Uio rather limited quantities offered no doubt is n faclor in tills new ilemniul for cattle as U also ihu price of -bran. Winnipeg Cash Prices, I A'o. 2 Nor...223 No. Xor...21S No. 4 Xor._ No.'5 Xorw.ISS No. C Uasls ''225, July August (first half) 21o. .No 2 71 Xo. 3 C.W. 70 Extra .Vn. 1 feed 7tf No. 1 feed.. GUVI No. '1 feed.. 67tf No. ......125 No, 4 ......120 Ilcjcclcd unJ feed............HO No, 1 N. W. C......i.........2fi7'A No. 2 C.W...253'4 No. a C.IV.. .243 Futures ;_ Winnipeg Wheat Oclolicr.......... li'0% If'OTi Oats- July 7 us 71 October...... CO December July.......... 2C7 2G7 October 2COH: 202 July............ 224 217 '.September 1T> 191 y, 'July 201 jv September...... ISO Wants eruhibiUon of Distilled Liquors, But Not And Wines Waahlugtou. C., June ilent stepped Into tLc lion fltht over the food bfll today, partly lo save the measure from a row iieUvceo the contending factions euit partly (Q Ktt llie Jaw bo believes Ihc conuiiy will approve. Tho'presl- di-nt told llie seiialR leaders he agreed llie jiropusal to stop manufac- turing foodstuffs in'lo wUlshcy Kin. bul did no', bellcvu tho lircwlne ol beer and manufacture of llfihl wines bu stopped now. The provision to prohibit and (he prcsldcut to sloji lucM'lijg and wtno-making when lie considers It necessary, no told the somite loaders loUay, lie believed would the iirohlblllonlsts and nleq tnu counfry. An amendment (o that cUcct will Lc Inlroiluccd later piosuccls of adoption. Senator (lie Ira ding prohibitionist, wlio prohipted the committee's iiro- jiosal tu slcy> the of both Jtslillcil spirits and beer, Eald that II he jircifdcia tlcsircJ lo davc author- tj- lo govern brewing and wine-mak- ing he favored and LicHcvcd con- Bicss agree. OREGON TOWN SWEPT AWAY- Htfkcr. Oregon. Juno Report from Ilalnca say the (own of Hock Creek practically ivas swept away to day when a. 50-foot dam at the floojecu Island ami Shan Tung >vere Lear- ng fruflfu] jesuhs. Whafr the Press Agents Say ciueinLrr the New Kdisoii Itcciea- icn Itecltal fn Y. M. C. A. Watch or tho dale. Free. ATTHEOUV1IEUM ''Idle (he Tnlversal Bocol- ogkal drama whkh comes (o Hie Or- phcuui theatro on Thursday. July 5th. Is a iircachmcnl lo married women who devotb Iholr lime to bridge, Dclnx and (filing. The plciure story wlihin a story. Hen Wilson aud Maude UtorEe play llie dlscoii- Lcuted husband und and the y lakes them 10 the movies witli 'r discontented groups of people rom various walks of life. I'lHllliw Smalley and l-ols [ilayc'd Hit; Creston, B.C.. June points lit tho C'reaton Valley, from ivhlcli dletrlct Albertti ccnlres very largely secure their Eupnly of Drlllali Columbia nvbc-rncs, ;irc liow sliippliif; I fruit In small express lots. Ideal iv '.licr Tor ripcnint -has now set In and by Tuesday cvirload shipments will moving east. The season this year fa two week.1? Inter than normal and the crop Is only average. Jti places rust has made Its appear ancc, imtiny down ilie total expcctnl vlchl, a matter of ten 'per cent.' An oilier factor Hint will keep down ihc quantity of berries for export Is-llie olely ou iholr qualification for the rolesj bul there Ja a Je.L.30ii n it for each of the characUTs.shown u Iho grlsinal blory. The picture .vvli'.Oicd to Iho audience'occasionally u show how each received Iho mes- and how each id coavluced of tie error of bis of a preserviiiK plant l uhlch wfll take care or a few ihuusund crulcs which hilhertii were fbEinu'd out tu prairie markets. Creston ViilJcy probably have ]5, cralc-s of these berries to bul owing lo a pcrfeuej systtm of distribution through (he Mutual lirok GTS at Calgary, who are this year sell- ins agents for 90 per mil. of the en lire U. C. soil Irult crop, Intlicallons arc (bat Hie demand Is liable lo ex- ceed the supply. Although Iho season IK laic, experienced berry men look (or I U to terminate ahoul July 20th or ear-f Her as thu blossom is all on" and thcj berries are now practically all started' lo develop. If July is as hot as usual, what Is i known as the height of the season will coiuc from July 5th to 15th. Tli? outlook for raspberries fs very promising now and wilh a reasonable supply of moisture Creslon Valley will have a mailer of crates 10 market. AT STAKLAND Held Is Ecen as a prison reform expert, and Miss Sudmau as u In ilic VuHioui at for the Tho expert Is atui :o discover wlio is grafting anjonp :hc prison wardens. While on a tour of inspection ihc yuung philanthropist cta tho prison and upon Ins rekatse, still in search of the cJiicf Sraftcr, Lu U given a as her ietary. only to discover ihe man to whom she is engaged Is suspected or being the "man higher up.1' How tho ex-convict and the young philanthropist fall In upd how ihe grafur. Jealous, tries 10 mvc him dono away wilh and how the ijuilly ure finally brought to justice Jiul the true tundlllous divulged, is About in a gripping and uo- luanucr. Held, whom ihe phoio- Jramatit; patrons love to see lu some kind o[ a conflict, has three exciting Tights; ou? in the prison, another in a diUindaicd tenenienl anil the Ihlid haiipeiis he Is suspected of tob- llie fafe or The slrl he loves. AT THE EMPRESS you becu beguiled Into paying ihc price of adiulsstou to a inoliou picture theatre tliai uKvred in A film play-only to find that you were sitting through a long-drawn, kucvcd and uninteresting narra- tive. arJ wished you hadn't wasted your time and money. In the production of Bluebird photo- lil'dys tbn scenario book, or play, of first star Is sec- ondary. Players are selected required characters, U is because ihls siricilr oliicrvril principle that Ului'iiird yhoioplaya aru celebrated for great drttiuaiic vvondi-rful nhotc- Au evening spent in seeing: a Hlueblrd Is the best possible Invcslnienl o( time, rewarded by LI "i oiiterlaiuiQt-nt al small COS IS. All of which may be readily proven at (he Empress tlicauo lonlghi aiid tomorrow, when Violet Merscrean, SiOney Misun. Clara Beyers and a clever company of Illueblrd nhojo- [flayers will present "f.ittle JUIss No- body." DRAYING Of All Kinds WesternTransferCo, Limited P. R. Freight Shedi PHONES Office Slables 1064 LOCAL MARKETS'' Livestock Prices Track Prices Prices .Wheat .___201 Wheat Oals Flni......23S'A Parley Tlarlcy 100 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, choice cows The Hudson Auto livery Sli Cfllader. car. One ot tbe best conitoi'talilfl care Ui Uie citj tfl COtl'NTaY TRIPS PREFERRED Reildencc' Phone Day.or confection. -cry 6M.-. ui at pte Sclccl liijiES.'iSO lo 2M Hi. 13. m Chulco billing ivethcrs, sheared. 10. Choice lilllliiE elves, sheared. 3c. 1 DRAYING Phonet 1345 or Turner Witchell Office at Kennedy'i SL. Itcnun's Auto Livery '24 Hour Service _Capible Driven Phone 1312 Dilluj Hole! BOULTON'S LIVERY Lelhbrldg., AlberU We know the: country thor. oujhly. We have had the experience. jf paid for. ......TRY' U9. Phone 120C JjFor Sale 'CARY'SAFE, Insirfe dimeniioni 19K27XI6." 8 FT. SJANDIrJG .DESK. SINGLE DRAY.' All In Tint clan condition. 163 0 P. O..BOX 538 KING ED WARD TRANSFER and ATJTO LIVKKY Office Phone Ucsidcncc phone SIIENIFIRENIEN IK a name aptly applied fo our But their Is prtventjtive, ralber Ihjn cor- rective. They stand guard at the placea through which fire gener- ally 'door-, ways pauagea tn the path of draughts and .air currcnti, The U trifling compared with the they provfde. THE DIXON SHEET METAL CO. Slafford Ulhhrldje, Aid, We Specialize in Class ConfiectibneiT .Cttl Ai oar ttore and tetecl t pound of eur ttrge vtrlely. You silll find freih. COCOAN'UT ICE FOR SPECIAL The Lethbridge Candy Co. K, P. FIFTH STREET SOUTH FTV r1 -K-r JLX of JIO'J'K HALLS will give you-FIlEU a large dust and modi proof bag. These bngs are large enough to hold a coon skin col. They are strong broivn paper affairs. The materials designed by wool manufacturers In the- east Tor Ihe preservation of Lheir high clPGS goods. i These bags have been hfahly appreciated by our cus- tomers for the last two'years and we know you can put one to many uses. At the Frank Hfedley Drug Co. j Orpheum Theatre Three days, starting July 5th a ii ii rv Idle Wives THEPLAVWITH THE BIG-PUNCH........ The Play That LHta the-Ourtain From Socirty'r Gl.n-Houie A Play Within a Play With All Humanity In tho Cast. comes direct from 'the Elilot Theatre, New York, where it played an extfldeo; engagement at prices. SPECIAL POPULAR PRICES. Matinee: AdnllE 35cr Children 15c. Evening: Children ?5c, AdultiSOc SPECIAL MUSICAL SETTING WITH AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA AT EVERY PERFORMANCE PHOTO-PLAYS n R. ,q 3 By Alfred tnil n. F. Rodin, presenting Violet Heureau Supported by Sid- ney MBBOrt. Clara Beyers and Blue- bird's cleTercst TliotopJayera. Another prool :'r. that "Tlie Play's the Thing." i; "Lonesome Luke, Palhe Comedy. Latest War Qazelte. TONIGHT i TOMORROW, JESSE L. LASKY PRESENTS Wallace Reirt and Myrtle S IN "Till: PR1SOX WITHOUT WALLS" AN EXCITING LASKY-PARAMOUNT FEATURE IN FIVE REELS SPECIAL SALE SATURDAY Lawn Mowers 12 in. .Itf.OO, II in. in. in. iScrccirDoors. complete. Garden Hose, soft, inch, 50 1'cct hjch, 50 feet S5.50 v RKFR1OURATORS See Our Windows Hayr Hardware Co. Something Different! Something Good! The Assiniboia Music Co. ARE GIVING AN Edison Diamond Disc Recital Asslslcfl'by MKVBEKG TcnorWloisi, iii the July 3rd, Loveri.of good muilc will wfrlf the, re. production New.-Recreation.. Recl'tjl'li free ind Ii one.of our wlyj of adverilslni NEW.'RECREATION. Mest Suggestions for Sunday Dinner Nice Tender Choice Milk Fed Veal Roasts Chicken Choice Legs of Mutton Dominion Day Picnic Meats all Cooked Ready to Serve COOKED HAM HAM HOAST ASHLAND HAM POTATO SAL AD ROAST -LOIN PORK'. DELANYS Saturday Specials Itccf 1'orkkoasts 22c Creaiiicry IJiiUir... 40c .Dairy IliiHer Fresh Kfigs 41K1, HAM BOLOGNA RING BOLOGNA .r WEINER3 COO.KED TONGUE ''PORK. PIES LIVER SAUSAGE VEAL LOAF s Meat Co., 'lie etvit'c combinejil with prices, ar liicaj in.arkci: iii teit eo. Phnnc. i VV ;