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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE HOTEL WINDSOR Best $li5 a Day Hotel in Albert* I Beware of the "Just as Good"-Insist on Taylor-Made Taylor Milling and Elevator Co., Limited "The Quality-That is What Counts" u I SUMMER TOYS Express Waggons, each .................. $3.25, $4.75, $4.50 Pioneer Coaster, each .......................... $8.50 Velocipedes, each........................... $4.76 and $7.50 Hand Cars, each......................................$6.50 Doll Carriages, up from...............................$1.00 THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1487 Druggists and Stationers Next Dallas Hotsl Wo have H and (lie prints are j>nar our "Special H'ce.H End Prices" for besides we will give half pound ol" Hulk Mark Tea Free with each Jj�5i Saturday thin week. Bacon. Swift's Premium, riot too fat but a nice itreak of lean running through it. Just as you like it. Sliced, per iba.....................45c In the piece, per lb.'..................... 41c Bacon. Swift's Peamealed backs. Very fine,-Sliced, per, lb. ............................. 40c In the piece, per lb, ...................... 37c Clover-hill Creamery Butter. Fresh made. Very fine, per' H�.'.................. 50c Corned Beef, Cooked, sliced ready for the table, per; lb. ............................... 40c We have also extra fine Boiled Ham, Roast Pork and Dressing and'Veal Loaf sliced ready for use. Canned Salmon, Sovereign Brand. The very finest aockeye, large tins, each.................. 25c Canned Salmon, Yacht Brand, medium quality, 2 tins for ................................ 35c Red Raspberries, Harvest Brand, In heavy syrup. Extra quality, 2 tins for...................45c Canned Pumpkin, Harvest Brand, large size, 3s, per tin .................................. 20c Condensed Milk, Gold Seal,.2 .tins ...........35c Vanilla -and Lemon Extfaots, Dalley's Prime 2>/2 ox. bottles, per bottle ..................... 10c aiitced riglttv Look and see some of Friday atkri Saturday of this week. Our Special Broken Orange Pekeo 00 order. Wood only for Friday and Molasses, size 2s, Sugarhouse Brand, 2 tins for 35c Molasses, Demolco Brand, size 3s............ 30c Tomato Catsup, Harvest Brand, size 2s, 2 tlnsv25c White Wine Vinegar, Red Cross In quart bottles, 2 bottlos for.............................. 35c Apples, Unwrapped wlnosaps, about 30 cases of these. A little small but all sound and in good condition. Price per case.............y... $1.50 Or 5 lbs, for..............................25c Bananas. All ripe and in the best of shape, per dozen .................................... 30c Oranges, Sunkist, Extra values for the money, Per dozen ................... 30c, 40c and 50c Lemons, large size, per dozen ............... 30c Strawberries. The first berries from \he state of Washington are expected in here the end of this week. We have our order in Spokane to be shipped as soon as they arrive. In any case we expect to have a fine lot for Saturday's business. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables of all Kinds. We carry a full line of these all the time and our prices you will find very'reasonable. Potatoes, Special Price, per 100 lbs.........$2.75 Ontario Honey. Pure white clover, extra quality. 5 lb. pails...............................$1,00 THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers Phone 525 k DOWLER GRAIN �nd Commission Merchants C�/g*ry-Edmonton- Lsthbrlag* Our entire organization is at your service and-with- our experience we can safely guarantee to get you the best 'prices for your grain at any time and tot any grade or kind of grain. Phone M 1922 Calgary \ For Offlee 1866 Lethbridge | Quota-; Ilea. 1811 Lethbridge) tiers. Our Agents who are In your dlatrlot J. A. CUMMING Lethbridge 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 BLDG. $1 Acre Secures Fine Farm NO MORE CASH PAYMENTS. HERE'S THE BEST SNAP OF THE SEASON. Turned up yesterday. Got a wire � from the states, read for yourself. 640 acres excellent land, 1 mile to station, not a foot of waste, best of soil, at $20.00 acre. $1.00 acre cash, and that's r.ll, no more cash payments. Just 'a'percentage of crop, no worrying over future payments, no sleepless nights. You can use your capital for horses, cattle, hogs, poultry, etc. Remember you do not have to raise another Dollar in cash-no chance to lose. CAN'T HELP BUT WIN BIG MONEY. Get in touch with us immediately, we'll show you. J. Harris & Co. Few Doors North Lethbridge Hotel MARKETS Winnipeg. May 31.-The feature of the market during the entire- session was its extreme quietness in view of I it being the end of. a big_deJiye,ry J month of the springs at.. the . .year. i Winnipeg October closed 2c down. May oats closed l%c higher, July %e lower, and October l^c lower. Barley was unchanged. Flax was up iM-c for | M.ay, i�ic for July and 3c for October, j Cash prices were down 3c and basis i June contract the same. Minneapolis [ May was down 10c, July 5c and Sep-| teiuber 3c. All closed at the low point | of the day. Chicago July closed 9c ! lower, and September .3\6c.. lower. I Cash business was big In volume but I quiet and the May month was cleared  up in very good style. All business j was practically confined to the cleaning up of old contracts. There wer^ heavy deliveries of May oats thrdugli the clearing house. Deliveries through the Winnipeg clearing house were. Wheat 43,000; Oats 35S.OO0: Flax 23,000; and Barley 3,000, bushels. ' FUTURES Winnipeg Wheat- Mason & Risch Limited Balmoral Block " ' ' Lethbridge Vletrolas, Victor Records, VleV Ins, Aecordeoni, Sheet Muslo and Musical Merchandise, Mall Orders Given Careful Attention. GO TO The Empire It's under NEW MANAGEMENT and is a cosy place where you get good service, nicely ' served refreshments and good confectionery. Try the Empire, you'll come back again. The men who have taken over the parlor are experienced caterers. II. S.Boyd & Co. NEXT TO Or pheum Theatre 1S8 Oats- ......... B7% sou 63 Vi Oct. .. . .........55% 54Vi Flax- May ... ......... 279 284 280 MINNEAPOLIS May . , . ......... 260 251 July ... ......... 217 212 CHICAGO 194 179% It Will Pay You To See Us FOR FIRST CLA8S FURNACE WORK EAVETROUGHING, BARRETT SPECIFICATION 20 YEAR' BOND ROOFING, METALLIC CEILING, CORNICE, SKYLIGHTS, WATER TANKS, CHIMNEY STACKS, BRICK TIES, ROOF JACKS. COUNTR,Y"WORK A SPECIALTY. THE DIXON SHEET METAL CO. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK, LETHBRIDGE WINNIPEG CASH PRICES, Wheat- i, N'o. 1 Nor:..23,", No. 2 Nor...230 No. 3 Nor...225 Xo. 4 Nor...213 No. 5 Nor... 188 No. G Nor. 155 Feed..........................115 Oats- No. 2 C. W. 6414 No. 2 C. W. 61% Extra 1 Feed............ ... 61% No. 1 Feed ..57% No. 2 Feed ..55% Barley- No. 3 ......110 No. 4 ......113' Rejected ...101 Feed ......10,1 Flax- ' No. 1 N. W. C.................280V- No. 2 C. W. 275 No. 3 C. W. 25* Basis contract, May ,233; June 228,, July 223. ...... LOCAL MARKETS' Grain & Livestock Prices Track Prices Wheat .....207 Oats......54 % Flax......- Barley ..... - "Wagon Prices Wheat .....201 Oats......�. 49 Flax "......261 Barley ..... 85% Superior Supply Co. MINING, BUILDING AND RAILWAY SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT Emerson Faun Implements Staudc Mak-a-Tractors SECOND, "AVENUE & THIRTEENTH STREET, LETH-HRIDGE LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 9V&-10c;.choice cows, S-S%c. � �' Select hogs, ir,0 to 250 lbs., lie. Choice killing wethers, 11c, .urno, who will handle this sale is one of the most rellablo auctioneers In the province, and he is the man who has charge of the big bull sales every spring at the Calgary Exhibition Grounds, und it will-pay you well to attend this sale if you are in the market for a bull, as yo'i wUl positively get a square deal. "' 144-3 Meadow Sweet Caramels A PURE WHOLESOME CONFECTIONERY These are made from the very finest of materials, including rich Jersey Cream, in a factory that is renowned for its cleanliness and brightness. Take a pound or naif pound home with you and, you will ox-press the opinions so many of our customers have expressed: i.'That- Meadowsweets are without exception the finest caramel you ever have tasted. Price (iOc pound Tie Red Cross Dng cV Book Co., United phone est. Everything for Baby! And mother we have everything that is needed. The health and even life of the infant is often dependent upon the freshness and purity of the foods and drugs purchased at the pharmacy. We make a special feature of meeting the demands of this kind of trade, and carry an unusually varied stock of articles needed by babies and mothers in the first days of Infancy. We, moreover, fully guarantee everything we sell. Anything that is not satisfactory may be returned and the money will be refunded. Infant Foods Infant's Water Bottles  Infant's Syringes. Infant's Nursers (all kinds) Rubber Sheetings (single and double faced) Etc., Etc., Etc. J. D. Higinbotham & Co --- Limited 11 �� - Alberts'* Pioneer Druggists,* The ^Lbtnff Jtom CITY AND DISTRICT Claims Agent Here, R. J. Bodkin. (.'. P. it. claims agent is in the citv today. New C. P. R. Stations. The C. P. H. will buiit new stations this year at Enchant and Lomond. OFFICE STATIONERY �t^h.'. -i'ttp- LOOSE LEAF LEDGERS, LOOSE LEAF PRICE BOOKS, LEGAL FORMS. AGENTS FOR OFFICE SPECIALTY MANUFACTURING CO.'S " FILING CABINETS, ETC. Ever all & Franks CORNER FOURTH AVENUE AND FIFTH STREET n10 Coal. No Light. \ On account of the coal shortage the electric lights will be cut off at i I 11.30 every night.-Carmangay Sun. ' Gun Club Shoot. The Gun Club will hold tlioir regular weekly shoot at the traps tonight. Plumbing, Gas, Steam and :-: Hot Water Fitting :-: PRESSURE SYSTEMS FOR FARM HOMES Conservative Leaders Hers. j Dr. T. 11. Blow of Calgary arrived 4r> for" the cor-I responding month last year. The total for 1IU7 is J34.370. j Mr. Bury.in the West. i Vice-President (ieorge l^ury of the i C. P. R. is now in the west and is j expected to pay Lethbridge a visit shortly. Alien Enemies. E. Clurtz of Champion has been interned by the .Mounted Police, and his employer. Max Lorcnz, has been committed for trial on a charge of sedition. For Belgian Relief. W. A. Buchanan, M. P., acknowledges receipt of $i!5 from Mrs. David Donald, S" from Ralph McKcn/.ie, und $1 from "A Belgian," all tor the Belgian Relief Fund. New Immigration Inspectors. All .Mounted Police have been appointed inspectors of immigration in connection with the new order respecting the control of persons crossing the boundary to the U. S. Jujurae 1 Price, is twelve loaves for the dollar. Phone ;J78 or 1027. Ask for the Gilmoro wagon to rail. 1 G IL Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 122 Veterans Returning. Samuel Troman of the !!!Hli Battery and O. Bayshl of Raymond, a member of the famous Princess Pats will arrive in life city tomorrow morning at 2.50, having already reached Calgary with a party of returned veterans. IF YOU HAVE THE.CASH AND WANT AN INVESTMENT WHICH IS NOT A SPECULATION I HAVE THE PROPOSITION YOU NEED Will guarantee 12 t,o 18 per cent, backedfey arrjpJe..collateral securities. ' ^ Let me tell you about It,, L. A. FELGEK Telephone R 411 Box 940 Death of Stirling Girl. Xelina Christiansen, aged 19, dieil in the city yesterday following an operation. The deceased was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Christian-son of Stirling. The remains were sent yesterday from FoUerfy'u parlors to Stirling for burial.' CARD OF THANKS. The family of Mrs. Callahan wish to express their appreciation to their many friends in Lethbridge and Crahbrook for kindness in their recent sad bereavement on the loss of tlioir mother. CARD OF THANKS. -Mrs. Archibald McLean and family wish to thank I lie many friends for their kindness and the beautiful flowers sent during the sickness and death of her husband and father. Flowers sent by: Mr. and Mtb. llnrding, Mr. 15. L. Mcintosh and family, Air. and Mrs. D. Calder, No. :s Mlno Km-plovces, Mrs. llourne and family, Miss Addle Buck. An unspillablo medicine glass thai, has been Invented has a graduated gunnel on top into which it doso Is poured and measured and which is removed . when tho medlcino is lo1 bo takea. Bishop Farthing of Montreal, of the Anglican diocese has little sympathy with antl-conscriptionists. "Those who are unwilling to share the sacrifices necessary to protect Canada's great privileges ought not to expect to. lie allowed to continue to tliare lis privileges equally with those who suffer hardships and luce death for its protection." t JUST ARRIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT OF. GAS AND COAL YOU WILL, SAVE MONEY BY BUYING NOW. OUR NEXT. LOT WILL BE 10% HIGHER. SEE OUR SPLENDID ASSORTMENT- OF KITCHEN WARE, :: :: Consumers Hardware Co NEXT DOOR TO J. D. HIGINBOTHAM'S ! TELEPHONE,1212 NEAR HUDSON'S WAY ;