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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day'Hotel in Alberta Specials on Groceries and Fruity this Week-end KENORA BLUEBERRIES. o.xlj'ji lot for Saturday. Special per bitskt' per pound -Oc RED RASPBERRIES These are now at their best Fresh shipments daily, crate 52.75 or H baskets for 2'ie BING CHERRIES. Almost over tor this year. Uirge siltiare baskets, each 25c ROYAL ANNS. Large Strawberry baskets 15c BLACK CURRANTS, Large Strawberry bask- ets, eaeh BLACK CAPS AND LOGAN BERRIES. A shipment expected tomorrow morning. WATERMELONS, per pound CANTELOUPES, Eaeh 15c and........... BARTLETT PEARS, per basket 55c PEACHES, tor slicing, per basket 60c PLUMS, per basket, from 60c to 75c WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE, The very finest "produced, pints each Quarts....... 50c Half Unllons.......................... l 85c RASPBERRY VINEGAR, Red Cross, quarss, each................................. 35c LEMONADE POWDER, Khovall. large tins 25c Small tins, ench........................ 15u COOKED MEATS BOILED HAM, ROAST PORK, JELLIED TONGUE AND CORNF.D BEEF, per Ib. 40o VEAL LOAF AND MINCED HAM, per Ib. LEMONS, per dozen 40o ORANGES, per dozen. 4UC, and 50c BRICK. CHEESE, per Ib................. 30c DILL .PICKLES, gallon glass bottles, each 1.15 3 gallon pails, each 2.75 ft gallon pails 3.90 THE GOOD CO. HIGH.CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 525 Aug. Edison Records The New Edison Cylinder Records Have Just Arrived. COME EARLY AND LOOK THEM OVER THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 14S7. CITY AND DISTRICT Directory Coming The Herald understands that a new j edition of the provincial telephone directory is now on the press and will be issued shortly. TfafisTerred to; Winnipeg B. O'Connell of the C. P. graph staff here leaves today for Win- nipeg, having been transferred to tlie office ot that city. Hate! Man Here H. L, Stephens, owner of the Coal- dale hotel, is in the city attending to the renovation of the building which' is being turned into a business block. Winnipeg, Aug. The local wheat market gained in October, Dec. and in May options. were up in both months. was down for October and lc for Dec. Barley gained Chi- n Oats IHax side interests were on both sides of the market though the orders from the southern markets were generally on the buying side. Later in the day weakness in the United States market helped by sell- cago wheat lower for Sept., I ins pressure sent Winnipeg prices down for Dec. and Tjc posia7-fe->, "ith a hump. The cash de- Majv Minneapolis was %c advance for September and p for December. A wildly excited market with quick fluctuations ensued. Trade was of enorbious size with nroni taking oe- _cupying all classes of traders. Out- mand was fair for both wheat and oats. Premiums were much .the same as Wednesday. Barley was extreme- ly strong. October went tip with- out a trade while cash barley was 1 to Signer. New Grain Manager Archibald E. Reesor has arrived in the city to take charge of Baird and Botterell's grain office. Gerald Cough- lin who has been temporary manager, has gone to the Calgary office. Custom's Receipts Customs receipts for the month of July show a 60 per cent increase over those of last year. The figures are: July 1916, for the corres- ponding month last year Inspecting Parcel Post C. Gleeson, supervisor of the par- cel post system for' Western Canada is in the city from Winnipeg inspect- ing the parcel post business at the local post office. Kiltie Bali Team here The Kiltie ball team arrived en the noon train and up to 4 o'clock -had sold over 150 tickets for the big game that takes place tonight at 6.30 at the THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Aug. 3. Opening and closing prices on the grain exchanges today were: Oct.......... Bee. Open Close WEDNESDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES Eckstornis grounds. to 36.70: heif- ers 35-lio to cows 34.75 to hogs 511.00 to 311.25; sfx-ep ?7.T5 to 17.60 to I LOCAL MARKETS S6.65 to 53.40: cows u? to 19.15: hogs 135 I sheep 53.50 to 511.00. Oct 46 45-7s Dec. 45 44U Oct............ 193'i 191% Winnipeg Cash Prices .Wheat- No. 1 Northern 134 No. 2 Northern 13154 No. 3 127% No. 4: l-3'.i Crops atrWarner Good T. J. Jlosedale, one of the leading farmers of the Warner district is in the city. He says the crops there will coine close to last year's record with good weather from now till har- vest. No. 5 Northern No. 6 Northern Feed'-.... Oats- No. 2 C. W................... No. 3 C. W................. Extra No. 1 Feed 1 Peed Feed i" No. 1_N. W. C. 2 C. W................. _ Minneapolis Wheat Oct Dec......... Chicago Whsat Oct 131 Dec 136 Hay............ 141 H-7' 45% 44% 185 134% 129% 133% 133 LOCAL TRACK PRICES: Wheat............ Oats.......... Flax............ Wagon Prices: Wheat Flax 17254 Loses Another The post office staff has lost still another .employee to the overseas :orces. John C. Martin joined up last night with the Railway Construction Corps. This makes is of the employ- ees of the staff to enlist. 113 186 i Barley................... 40 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, Glo Fat cows, to 6. Sheep Choice killing wethers, sheared. killing ewes, shear- ed. 7. Select hogs, 150-200 !bs. 9. GRAIN! .Unequalled facilities for secur- ing reliable information regard- ing Grain. Frequent quotations. All markets. You are. invited to mate free use of this service. Ask for bids on your carJots of grain. Private wirei to New York, Chi- cago, Baird Botterell, Union Bank Building, ARCH. E. REESOR, Mgr. Phone 1599. OFFICE PHONE 1313. GOLF BALL EXPLODES, KILLS LITTLE GIRL Nutley, N.' J., Aug. Boca- tur, 14 .monti: old. found an old golf fiall in her home today. She unwrap- ped the outer cover anG put the ball in her mouth, as all babies do. The core of the ball exploded, the acid fumes rendered her unconscious, and she died an hour later hospital. in St. Mary's NOTICE! To owners" and occupiers of lands in Lethbridge District ALL NOXIOUS WEEDS MUST CUT IMMEDIATELY Or prosecution muiit follow- any neglect. By order, Geo.. li. P. Deiany, Weed Inspector. MANAGER'S PHONE 1434. A New, Clean Straw Hat for Ten Cents A-straw liar properly cleaned is as good as new. Xyal's Cleaner will clean yoiur straw hat-- and save the cost ot' a new one. It not only removes the dirt, but it bleaches the straw to its voriginal whiteness. It costs only 10 cents and a single package will clean several hats. Tke Red Cross Drig Book Co., Limited PHONE 555. Postoffice Returns Postofllce returns for the month of July show an increase of about 40 per cent over the business done in July The total business done this year was as against in July last year, an increase of Stamp sales were 735.G5 against money orders issued against money orders paid against and postal notes issued, against ?95S. Salvation Army Home League The ice cream social held at the residence oC Sergt.Major Tulloch, was a great success. A good crowd at- tended the function and various sel- ections were rendered by the army band, also other items on the pro- gram, which were much appreciated by the people. The lawn was, well [lighted by electric globes. Great cred- it-is due to members of the Home Lea- Jgiie tor their united effort in making the social a financial success.' En- sign and Mrs. Muttavit. the new incom- ing officer, nlso Home League members Bro. and Sister Tulloch You Don't Realize Just How Good a Cook You Are Unless You Have Used "OUR BEST" Ellison filling and Elevator Limited The THE 2 GEORGES NOW OPEN LUNCH COUNTER SOFT CIGARS WILL OPEN IN A FEW DAYS PRIVATE BOOTHS FOR LADIES ADDISON HIGGINS 411 5TH ST. S. PROPRIETORS, GIVE US A CALL use of their house and lawn. was realized by the social. Over Opening New Store Supina and Son, will. open, a newj store under the name of "North Trad-' ng Company" at 230 13th Street N., tomorrow. The business will handle dry goods, men's wear and groceries, j The present business conducted by the] Supina Mercantile Co. will be.contin-" ued. Labor Day Sports j The attention of all union men and j delegates to the Trades and Labor Council is called to a special meeting to be held in the Labor Temple on Monday evening next at, eight o'clock sharp. Business, to discuss and make arrangements for this year's Labor day sports. Tries Case at Magrath Excessive Perspiration No longer.worries the uses KEXALL NICE A dainty preparation which is harmless, noii'irritating and is bound to give satis- faction. J. D. Higiiibbtbam Co. Limited t "Alberta's Pioneer li-THBRIDGE ASTONISHED BY SIMPLE MIXTURE Lethbridge people are astonished at the INSTANT action, of simple buckthorn hark, glycerine, etc.. as mixed in Adl'er-i-ka. ONE SHOOK- i FUL removes such surprising foul f matter it relieves almost ANY CASE constipation, sour stomach or gas. Be- cause Adler-i-ka acts on BOTH lower and tipper Dowel, a few doses often relieve or prevent appendicitis. A j.short treatment helps chronic stom- ach D. Higinbotham The Wholesale and retail chemlitt TELEPHONE NO. 322 BORN Mrs. A. A. Colo, at Laindon, Essex, England, on Aug- ust. 2nd, a daughter. t A For Japan has I nes ijase at magiaLri i Snpt. Pennefather went to Magrath from Russia, 75 miies of the main line iis morning to try a case there through Southern Manchuria, accord- this mo against Robert Hodges charged with a peculiar crime. The other day Hodges is alleged to have passed a one dollar Mil over one end of which he had pasted part of a five .dollar bill. The bill was so passed that the V-spot only showed, but the new own- er of the bill discovered the fraud and laid Information. Hodges was sent up for trial. SMITH, MURPHY CO. GRAIN HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. at our expense if you have grain to handle. We can auiire you the best price the market will stand and give you courteous tervice and prompt returns. LCTHBRIOOE OFFICE. SHERLOCK BUILDING, N. T.. MACLEOD, MANAGER..'. ing to unconfirmed reports received by the Japanese residents in Sail Frah- cifiito. The concescion was paid fcr, the reports said, in war munitions, in- cluding aeroplane motors valued at manufactured Berkley, California. New Telephone Manager John bow, of Calgary is the new local manager of the provincial gov- ernment telephone system in Leth- bridge. He arrived this morning to take charge of the joh. Mr. Dow comes from Calgary and is an exper- ienced telephone He takes the place of H. B. Mcllyea who went to aTcTw'ith regani'to'the barbers' revls- NOTICE! Owing to an evident raisintetpre- tation of the notice in Tuesday'ti Her- Grain Handled in Any Position We are connection in close with ex- port trade and 'by ymli ns you save several middle- men's profits. United Grain Producers, Ltd TEMPORARY OFFICES: ROOM 1, MACDONALD BLOCK Ask Your Friends If they-are not> absolutely satisfied with the mohipcls used in our up-to-date Optical Par- lors in-'testing their; eyes.' And at our rea- sonable-charges. 100% satisfaction guar- anteed. Mail your watches to us for. repairs. Armstrong Raworth .THE'LEfHoniuOE JEWELLERS, Mitchell, S.D.. a couple of weeks ago. For Patriotic Fund The hon. treas. Robt. J. Ritchie Pat- orson acknowledges the recepit of from Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cameron, also the following contributions from employees ot the Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Company: K. Mueller. 54; B. V. Dooley, W. S. Fair- erson acknowledges the receipt of )G "Rexali Orderlies are the most pleasant and sure remedy for cons- tipation." Sold only at Drug Stores, 15c and p. flluin- hmdam and Co., Limited. Have you cigars lately' smoked ed price list, take pleasure In a fur- ther explanation, and would say that tho same might have read as follows: On and aftor August 5th, shades will be 25 cents, which will include a neck or any other lOc item if desired, giving tho privilege of'getting cents worth of work. Hut haircuts and shave together will remain at 50c and as a further instance ail electric massage and plain shave, together would be Goc., etc. The Master Bafbera would like to state that the above slight change was made with milch reluctance, but in view of the advanced prices on so many of the necessary commodities of life it seemed quite proper. FURNACES Sheet Metal Work Gco. E. Dixoii CM., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK HAIL INSURANCE STRONGEST BOARD COMPANIES, APPROVED BY. ALL BANKS "MONEY TO LOAN ON. FARM LANDS" The ftlberta Securities, Ltd. TIALMORAL BLOCK. LETHBRIDGE, PHONE 1245 Car Tive Roses' FLOUR In Town Today ASK YOUR GROCER The Saumlers Hay Grain Co. The Lethbridge Highlanders 113th Overseas Batt, C.E.F. 100 MEN WANTED To Complete Establishment Your chance to DO YOUR BIT at once Office, 604 3rd Ave., S. ;