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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 26, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta  HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMPORTABLE HOTEL WINDSOR ,____ �. / Best $1.25  Day Hotel in Albert* E r The Secret of the Happy Home-Taylor-Made Taylor Milling and Elevator Co., Limited Special Assortment of Groceries as per Wednesday's Herald For $10.00 And IO lbs. B.C. Sugar .05 SUMMER TOYS Express'Waggons, each Pioneer Coaster, each Velocipede*, each Hand Cars, each .....,. . $3,25, $3.75, $4.50 ............. $8.50 �.....$4.75 and $7.50 ,.v~............$6.50 Doll Carriages, up from...............................$1.00 THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1487 Druggists and Stationers Next Dallas HetsI Total $10.05 GOOD FOR TODAY ONLY. IF YOU WISH WE WILL SUBSTITUTE INSTEAD OF THE GERMADE 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 SPECIAL SHIPMENT OF CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRIE8 AND FLORIDA TOMATOES ARRIVED THIS MORNING. A FULL LINE OF FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. California Strawberries, per basket ......... 20c Unwrapped Winesap Apples. Per ca3e ......$1.50 Florida Tomatoes, per lb....................25c THE GOO High Class Grocers CO. Phone 525 STRONG 1 WWIER GRAIN anal ComnfiMMa Merchaatt * Catjary a��n�niott~Ls�.>rti1s>�|j Onr enttPS ifBatisllon,ls^! lence we cac sas*lr4c and October %c to lc. Barley was down 17c and May flax 5Vfec and July 5V4c Minneapolis May wheat dropped 5Vic July 10Vic and September 4c. Chicago July dropped 6*Sc and September 4c. The demand was poor in all mark-I ets and though there was little news, that little was bearish in character. The anticipated decline in Chicago com and oats is'materializing. Winnipeg cash prices dropped 26c on the average indicating the absence of de-imand. Deliveries through Winnipeg i clearing house were^witratrftft^touah-els, oats 282,000, barley 3,000, flax 40.000. FUTURES Winnipeg Wheat- Oct............. 194 192% Oats- May............' 75 70 K July............ 68% 65% Oct............. SSVs 56V4 Flax-May ............ 304 300 July............ 301 29.9 MINNEAPOLIS May............ 290 2S4 July....., ...... 232 - CHICAGO July............ 217 - 211 Sept............. 186 - WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat-No. 1 Nor...249 No. 2 Nor...246 No. 3 Nor...241 No. 4 Nor...229 No. 5 Nor...204 No. 6 Nor... 172 IFeed.....................125 Oats-No. 2 C. W.................. 70% No. 3 C. W................... 67% Extra 1 Feed ................. 67% No. 1 Feed................... 62% No. 2 Feed ................... 60% Barley- No. 3 ......1J6 No. 4 ......113 Rejected ...102 Feed ......102 Flax- 1 N. W. C.................... 300 V6 2 C. W...................... 297>A 3 C. W.............278Vi Basis contract, May 249, June 245, July 420. Meadow Sweet Cart A PURE WHOLESOME CONFECTIONERY These are made from the very finest of materials, including rich Jersey Cream, in a factory that is renowned tor its Cleanliness and brightness. Take a pound or ha if pound home with you and you will -jx-press the opinions so many of our customers have expressed: "That Meadowsweets arc without exception the finest caramel you ever have tasted. Price 60c pound The Red;Cross Drag & Book Co., Limited PHpN�tt&e.i,. THER OR FLOUR DUE NOW With the United Kingdom in possession of twelve weeks' supply of wheat, there is a falling off of demand on this continent, and with trading in wheat futures banned for tho time i being, flour Is once more bcgiiiiiini; i to seek its level. It had reached 7.1)0 ! wholesale here, but today it is ?7.45. j and the flour mills should announce ; another drop in prices immediately, j During the week wheat has dropped 27 cents, which should represent a drop of about 65 cents in flour. CITY AND DISTRICT At Cardston The picture. "Damaged Goals'' |ywiTr:Fo~:8h'own at Cardston, on Fridav. June 1st. * � " LOCAL MARKETS -���� �i tt i gjyj *�� Gmin A LiveStlch Prices Pat Egan Here P. M. Egnn. formerly of Lethbridge. is in the city today visiting old friends. Masonic Meeting i North Star Lodge. No. I. A. F. and ' A. M., will hold an emergent meeting bn Monday night at eight o'clock. Third degree. Visiting brethren cordially invited. i C. S. E. T. Football All boys of the C. S. K. T., south ot jthe track interested in football are asked to meet on Monday nighc at 7 o'clock on Fleetwood grounds. For Belgian Relief W. A. Buchanan, M.P. acknowledges contribution of ono dollar1 to the' | Belgian Relief fund from "A Belgian 'Girl." Mall Orders Given Careful Attention. JUDGE1 RICHARDS DYING. Winnipeg, May 25.-Judge Richards, ot the Manitoba court of appeal, is dying. He is not likely to last many days. Perfection Wire Stretcher and Splicer, Donft kink the wire. Wire don't go slack when machine 1b removed. f^r. G. Weeks says: "It is'the only thing that will make the old fenete as good as ever." MANUFACTURED BY C. F. TOLLESTRUP, RAYMONfj, ALBERTA Superior Supply Co. MINING, BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT _ .; ~ . Emerson Farm Implements ^;;t Staude Mak-a-Tractors 8ECOND AVENUE 4 THIRTEENTH STREET, LETHURIDGE Track Prices Waggc* Prices Wheat .....224 Wheat .....218 Oats......57% Oats......52>,i Flax......- Flax ......275 Barley .....- Barley .....88 V, LIVESTOCK PRICE8 Choice steers, 9%-10c; choice cows, 8-SVfcc........... Select hogs, 150 to 259 lbs., 14%c. Choice killing wethers, 11c, Choice klllng, ewes, 10c. NOTICE Lethbridge, Alta., May 2G.-NTotlce is hereby given that a general meeting of the shareholders of the Farmers' Fire and Hall Insurance Company will be held at its chief place of business in Lethbridge, on Tuesday, June 5th at 2 o'clock p.m. for the purpose of election of the Board ot Directors, and of taking such action ftB may be necessary to complete the organization of the said Company, ..... (Signed) M. P. JOHNSTON, Ad. Z Acting Managlng-Director. ANNOUNCEMENT A dance will be held.In the K. of P. hall tonight. Everybody welcome; a grand time assured. 140-1 The outdoor world- is calling these days. The prairie, the river bottom, the mountains are inviting you. When you accept the invitation be sure and take a KODAK with you. We have them in all styles and priced from one dollar to fifty. A' large supply ofrfresh films constantly on hand. Get your film supply today as you will want them tomorrow. Let us "have a try1' at your developing. We'll show you how the finished picture should look. S J. D. Higinbothani & Co --- Limited ' "Alberta's Pioneer Drugglsta,* Thank Autoists The members of the Wesley choir desire to thank those who so kindly met them with autos on their return froni Edmonton yesterday. The Jtoof* Wholesale ar,4 retail ensmiste TELEPHONE NO. 122 | Death of Mrs. Popson Mrs. Hose Popson. beloved wife of Steve Popson, 49 7lh St., StafTord-jvlllo, died yesterday, aged 23 years. The funeral will be held tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock from St. Patrick's church. | Memorial Service t Tomorrow night a memorial service : will be held in tho United Church of j North Lethbridge in memory of George Itollo, James Brown, John Har-vie and Duncan McNabb, who have fallen on the field of honor. HOME WORK "Over 52 daily easily earned at home on Auto Knitters'making War Socks, experience unnecessary, distance immaterial. Enclose three cent stamps today for contract form. Dept. 79C, Auto Knitter Co., College Street, Toronto." Ad. H. .. , CARD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. Donald MoNabb and family wish to thank their many friends for! their kindness and expressions of sympathy in. their.,. bereavement by the loss of their, dear son find brother, \. 140-1 ANARCHY IS RIFE IN SOUTH RU8SIA Petrograd, May 25, via London, May 26.-Agrarian disorders, wholesale confiscation of propnrty, incendlarlHm and other dangerous symptoms of anarchy which followed the overthrow of the old authority in nfany important Industrial centres anil agricultural districts of central and southern Russia, .are becoming mpte serious, according to dispatches from various points in Besarabla apd Siberia. In many cities the soldiers' committees, by taking prompt action, have succeeded in anticipating revolts, and in restraining the impulse of the population toward lifalscrlmln^ ate confiscation, and all^Jdnds,.,of;lawlessness. In'others, how&verj'tfee. peasants, "defying restraint, have burned or sacked and appropriated government and private properties, and a general state of anarchy'pj'evails, ; Costly Fun Phillip Saputa got on the outside of too pinch liquid fire last night and began raising roughhouso in a North Lethbridge residence. His fun cost him $10 and costs this morning before Magistrate Elton got through with him. Want Information The Alberta Provincial Police recently discovered the remains, of an unknown man at Little Smokey In the Peace River country. Near where'the body was found was lying a Savage rifle, a 32-Hii, of which the number is 42591. In order to identify the body tho provincial police would llko to learn If possible, tho hardware dealer, second hand dealer or other party who sold the rifle. � Day of Horse Gone Tho day of the horse at No. 1 Fire Hall Is numbered. The American La, Franco combination motor pumping apparatus, ordered last fall has arrived and will Bhortly bo installed. Experts will bo here from the factory to m'ako the necessary tests required by tho city. It Is possible a run may bo made with the machine to Calgary to test Us powers, The new motor ambulance is also expected soon, so that No. 1 hall will soon havo no equipment other than tho motor variety. Wooden paving blocks have been Invented with one. end and ono side corrugated to permit thorn to bo laid closely yet alhjw space for binding material to enter. wmm For Red Cross ! A. V. Blackburnc, honorary treas-iurer of the Red Cross, acknowledges, 'receipt of $10 from J. C. Thompson.! [of Welling, and ?S from G. W. Gragg ; iof Burdett. i If you are 111 ink-ins:' of -installing plumbing in~yom' homo we would -like to-talk it ovci with you. A combined experience of over 30 yoar3 at your tiu'vloo. WALKER & HOLBERTON 516 FOURTH AVENUE 8, PHONE, OFFICE 521 RESIDENCE PHONK^ 1785-1525 GREETED IN MIDDLE OF SUSPENSION BRIDGE Niagara Falls, Onl., May 25.-The British war commission crossed tho border into Canada this forenoon after viewing the falls on the American side. They ; planned to leave hero this afternoon for Toronto. At the middle of the Suspension bridge, which spans the Niagara river, the party >vas welcomed by Sir John Hendrio. lieutenant-governor of Ontario; Sir William Heart, Ontario's premier, and other,Canadian officials. DAMAGES OF. $10,000. Regina", May; .-26.--Judge McKay today sustained 'the, jury verdict' In awarding'iAIrs'. L. B. McEnteo $10,000 damages against tho G. T. P. for tlr death of her husband, a conductor. EVER GO TO if i S It's under'Jhojw management get goodJlj�r^oeyi|riltely, served rofreahm, It U onultl-iuililoncU jihlnt, mailt) 1>V Tho Canodu 1'uint Oo. 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