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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 25, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE HOTEL WINDSOR a� �� i in in i ---a-� .�� i�..... in -- Best $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta E E The Secret of the Happy Howie-Taylor - Made Taylor Milling and Elevator Co., ^Limited FIREWORKS for VICTORIA DAY Firecracker* from 2 pkgs. for Sc up to, per pkg..........51.00 Roman Candles* 2 for......, 5c - up to, each..............25c Sky Rockets, 2 for.........5c up to, each ...............25c Torpedoes, each ........... 10e Alio all the novelties such as (Catherine Wheels, Colored Lights, Fuzzy Wuzzya, etc. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1467 Druggists and Stationers Next Dallas Hotel STRONG 1MWLER GRAIN and Cemmisaian Merchants Celfjery-Edmenton-Lsthbrtdfe Our entire organisation la at your service and with, oar experience we can - lately iwulst to get you the best prices tor your grain at any time ant for any grade or kind of fiaia. Phone M 1982 Calgary! Per Offloe 1866 Lethbrldge J Quota. Res. 1811 Lethbrldge) tiers. See Our AgentjnMho ars In J. A. CUMMINO Lethbrldge Manager 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 Phone 1313 Residence, phone 1484 N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER  LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLOG. � D m 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 gTanary; fenced and cross fenced; 70 acres seeded with barley and oats. THE SOUTH y2 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 summertallow. Well of good water. NORTH i/2 29 & PART EAST '/2 32 & PART WEST ]/2 33-4-18, W. 4th. 6S0 acres, 0V2 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 .(uU. particulars write or phone. The Felger Farming Co., Ltd. Box 940 Telephone R 411 Special Assortment of Groceries as per Wednesday's Herald For $10.00 And lO lbs. B.C Sugar .05 Total 310.05 GOOD FOR TODAY AND TOMORRW ONLY. IF YQU, WISH WE WILL SUBSTITUTE INSTEAD OF THE QERMAOE AT 95c, THE FOLLOWING: 1 POUND BUTTER. 50c; 3 POUNDS BEST RICE. 25c; 2 PKGS. CORN FLAKES 20c-95c, OTHERWISE THE ASSORTMENT STANDS THE SAME AS ADVERTISED ON WEDNESDAY. WE HAVE A 9PECIAL SHIPMENT OF CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRIES AND FLORIDA TOMATOES ARRIVING TOMORROW MORNING. A FULL LINE OF FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. California Strawberries, per basket.........20c Unwrapped Wlnesap Apples. Per case.....:$1.50 Florida Tomatoes, per lb.................. 25c THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers Phone 525 d Mason & Risch Limited Balmoral Dlock Lethbrldge Vlctrolae, Vleter Records, VloV Ins, Accordeons, Sheet Musis and Musical'Merchandise. Mall Orders Given Careful . Attention. *-................. J DAUGHTER OF OLD TIMER DEAD (Special to the Herald) Pincher Creek, May 24.-Mrs. E. Ambrose received a telegram this morning stating that the death of Miss Lena Fish, daughter of Mrs. and the late A. W. Fish, formerly of Fish-burn, had occurred at their home in Vlncouver on May 19. Mr. and Mrs. Fish were the oldest timers of the Fishburn settlement, and many old friends will deeply regret the death of their daughter. The mother and one sister are left to mourn their loss. Winnipeg, May 25.-AlL.wuaatr-mar- kets closed down after a dull morning. Winnipeg October declined 71-4 on a fluctuation of S cents. Oats were lower, May closing .2 3-S down.- July 3 1-4 and October 2 1-2 lower. Barley was down 2 cents and flax was up 2 cents for May and 1 cents for July. Chicago July closed 6 1-2 down on a fluctuation of 7 cents, and September 51-2 lower. Minneapolis closed with May 61-2 lower. July 5 cents lower and September 1 cent lower. Winnipeg cash prices and basis contract showed a drop of 12 cents from Wednesday's close. There is apparently more interest in corn and oats at present than in wheat. Prices of these grains are generally regarded as too high in view of the acreages seeded, and after seeding both grains are beginning to show up. Now that the market shows a tendency to slump farmers are coming with their cars. There has been no general movement, but when the number of odd cars of farmers' wheat is totalled up at the end of a day they amount to considerable. The cash situation in Minneapolis was' reported ! as brisk, at the opening but the mills did not need much stuff and the market turned dull after a short time. Futures , Winnipeg'wheat- �; Open Close October .. .. ...... 202 197 Oats-May ............ 76 Vi 75% July............ 70 M 68% October.......... 59% .57% Flax-May............... 306 July............... 304 Minneapolis- September........ 223 217% Chicago-September ........ 193 181 Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat-No. 1 Nor..i257 No. 2 Nor...252 !No. 3 Nor...247 No. 4 ......235 No. 5 ......210 No. 6 ......170 Oats-No. 2 C.W... 75% Ex. No. 1 Feed 72% No. 2 Feed____65% Barley- No. 3........123 Feed ........102 Flax- .  No. 1 N.W.C. .306% ......... No. 2 C.W...303 No. 3 C.W. 284 Basis Contract-............. May ........255 June ......251 July........246 No. 3 C.W... 72% No. 1 Feed.. 67% Rejected... 102 LGCA1 MARKETS Grain & Livestock Prices Brigade The girls who are admired most for their beautiful complexions, well-groomed hair and shapely hands are the ones who use our high-grade toilet articles and preparations. We make a specialty of fine Toilet Goods  such as Face Creams and Powders, Hand Lotions, Talcum Powders, Toilet Waters, Massage Creams, Manicure Goods. Complexion Brushes, Etc. If it's a worthy toilet article we have It first. Come here first and save time. The Reel Cross Drag & Bfok Col, United Perfection Wire Stretcher and Splicer Don't kink the wire. Wire don't go slack when machine is removed. W. G. Weeks Bays: "It Is the only thing that will make the old fence as good as ever." MANUFACTURED BY ' C. F. TOLLESTRUP, RAYMOND, ALBERTA rior Supply Go. MINING, BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT ( Emerson Farm Implements Staude Mak-a-Tractors SECOND AVENUE & THIRTEENTH 8TREET, LETHBRIDGE Traok Prices.....Wegon Prloes Wheat......230 Wheat......222 Oats ......59% Oats ....... 54% Flax ......- Flax ......275 Barley .....Ill Barley .....95 , LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 9%-10c; choice cows, 8-8%c. Select-hogs, 150 to 259 lbs., 14%c. Choice killing wethers,. 11c. Choice kiting, ewes, 10c. NEW PEACE EFFORT Amsterdam, May 23, via Lpnd.o.n.- The Roman Catholic newspaper Tyd says it understands on good authority tha*t in accordance with the wishes of Pope Benedict the Austria Court is initiating a new peace effort. Keep Beautiful To keep beautiful! keep well. Don't neglect any sympton; of HI health. Lose health and beauty goes with it. Cosmetics will not bring it back, Rexall Celery and Iron Tonic is intended to aid in bringing all the organs o� the body into healthy, active, harmonious action, toning up, refreshing and invigorating the entire system, giving energy to the spirits and new life to the .muscles. It is a valuable strength-building tonic in hot .weather. We guarantee it to pl�ase you or ratfney back. Price $1.00 J. D. Higiobotham & Co �' Limited" � � Alberta's Plonetr, Druggist** The Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 122 ELKS CLUB Alberta Block Reading Room, Writing Room, Billiards, Regular meetings, 1st and 3rd Thursdays. Visiting members welcome. W. L. Clark. Exalted Ruler. O. B. Edaett, Room 4, Alberts Block, Secretary. EXTRA SPECIAL MATINEE OWING TO THE GREAT DEMAND AND TO ENABLE EVERY SCHOOL CHILD IN THE CITY TO WITNESS TKE PRODUCTION, THERE WILL BE GIVEN AT THE A BIG SPECIAL MATINEE at 2.30 MAJESTIC Saturday, May 26th, (Tomorrow) OF "Joan the Woman" With Geraldine Farrar al Moan o| A?**." ACCOMPANIED BY THE GREAT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA CITY AND DISTRICT War Veterans To Meet A meeting of the G. XV. V. A. will be. held in the club rooms at three o'clock on Sunday afternoon. Was Gassed. Sergt. G. W. Pollard of Fernie, Is reported in the casualty lists as being gassed. Matinee for School Children. There will be a matinee for school children at the Majestic Saturday afternoon, for Gerahlinc Farrar" in "Joan The Woman." Auto Trip Postponed. The Automobile Club run to Glacier Park for Saturday is cancelled on account of the heavy rains in that district. Gen. Supt. Here. J. M. Cameron, general superintendent of the C. P. H. passed through the city at noon today on his way to Medicine Hat. Music Exams. , The music examinations in connection with the Royal Academy of Music will be held in theory, harmony and rudiments, in the manual training school, Saturday, June 2nd, from 9.30 to 12.30. For' Red Cross. The honorary treasurer, A. J. Black-burne, acknowledges for the Red Cross $10 from the Iron Springs Ladies' Aid and $5 from the tea held by St. Patrick's ladies last Saturday. Must Get Dog Tago. In police court this morning Fritz Leibenhauer was fined three and costs for harboring dogs without a license. He was also warned to get tags for the dogs without delay or they would be taken from him and shot, as they are becoming public nuisances. -- Moose Meeting, The Lethbridge Lodge No. 792 en-Joyed at- its meeting on Tuesday evening a visit from the Deputy Supreme Dictator of the Order, Bro. G. W. Newton Cole, who is an officer of the Moose Jaw Lodge, is a very able speaker, and his address was listened to with great interest. He dwelt on the need of a new spirit of fraternity which will -not be con-, fined to narrow lodge circles, and stated that the return of our soldiers will present the call for a more practical example of brotherhood. The work at MooBeheart, Illinois, where nearly 400 orphaned children  of Moose are being cared for, was described in a series of word pictures. Brol Cole complimented the Leth-bridgti lodge on its work and slated that nowhere else had he seen the ritualistic work, so splendidly exemplified as it was in the inltlation'cere-mony of the evening. After the meeting a social hour brought to a close one of the most successful evenings in the history\ of the lodge. Bro. Cole, who in Moose Jaw is better known as Col. Cole, was very pleased with his Lethbrldge visit and thinks we have a city of which to be proud. NO PASSPORTS FOR U. S. SOCIALISTS. Washington, May 23.-�-The state department anounced today that no passports would be issued to, anyone desiring to leaVe the United States to attend the'eonference of Socialists at Stockholm to discuss peace.  ANNOUNCEMENTS R. A. Wright haB just received a beautiful assortment of English and French china. It Is on sale at 1915 prices, which means a saving of from 16 percent to 30 per cent. 139-1 A dance will be hold In the K. of I'. hall on Saturday, May 2Gth, 1917. Everybody welcome. A good time assured.  139-2 CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Of Notice to Residents Stanford ville Houbo numbers conforming ..to tho City, Numbering may'be obtained upon application to the jpffice of tho City Assessor. Bring description of property when applying for numbers. Ad. X. OFFICE STATIONERY LOOSE LEAP LEDGERS, LOOSE LEAF PRICE BOOKS, LEGAL FORMS. AGENTS FOR OFFICE SPECIALTY MANUFACTURING CO.'S FILING CABINETS, ETC. Everall & Franks CORNER FOURTH AVENUE AND FIFTH STREET Moist Warm Air FURNACES YOU WILL SAVE MONEY BY PLACING AN ORDER FOR Y^)UR FURNACE NOW I RADIUM. COUNTRY WORK A SPECIALTY THE DIXON SHEET METAL CD. ' 'REAR STAFFORD . BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE Pe - Co m SOMETHING NEW IN CANDY |- Crisp and Tasty Saturday Special, per lb......% ......,. ...23c The Lethbridge Candy Co. K. P. BUILDING-FIFTH STREET SOUTH T Calgary, May-24.-The Morning Al-bertan has 'sent Leader 'Miehoner the following 'telegram; Edward Michener, Lacombe. Kindly 'ipswer for publication: (1)' Do you favor disfranchisement during war and. after of naturalized citizens born'ln enemy country? (2) Do yo,u favor disfranchisement of naturalized cltlzeiiB'born in alien countries, but'of German or Austrian origin? (3) Was any resolution or motion favoring disfranchisement made by you or any member of your party In the re"Cent or any previous session of the legislature? , ' Please reply at our "expense. * THE. MORNING ALBERTAN. ' That telegram ^was delivered to Mr.' Michener in the! town of Lacombe at', 5.30 on..'Tuesday' afternoon.' He lias not answered'"It'*In any way, though lie lias^hadT'lhoro 'than' two days lit' \vhlch\to make-reply Ho" the'se-veiijr lm-portaijtM()nestibn's'-by ;a dally news-' paper^in'this'province for tho Information ,ot the electors.  ' More) thah-:that, a prominent labor man inth'ls city Interviewed tho leader of the opposition In the town of Red Door after-tho' premier's statement at the meeting hefe!last'woek, and asked ? > : > TOTAL CANADIAN LOS8ES Ottawa, , May 26.-A llBt of 240 casualties isaued ' today brings the total among the Canadians:, since.'British of* tensive waa resumed to 22,-679. ff te 4 >pf, ' ' intitlb and qutlUle! U 1 Js aiiold.faililmied paint, mud. liy Til. Canada Paint Co.1 Gomel in liquid form, rwdy for t�ft, anil ii matin in ail tho lutcqt popular colon* ni aliown by tlie color, card. Sella am moilin.lc! price, Call round and talk to ua about your painting. Consuim' Hardware Co. Phone 121a '". Near Hudson's Bay ;