Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Bwt a Day Hotel in Alberta Aug. Edison Records The New Edi.on Cylinder Records Havt Just Arrived. COME EARLY AND LOOK THEM OVEH THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. Some Garden Peas Ed. Leicester is displaying a hand- some growth of green peas in his gar den measuring 9 feet in height and bearing heavily. A Correction In the oil. of the Good Co- last night in the Herald Bins Cherries were quot- ed at 25c a basket. This should have I read Toe per basket. j Winnipeg. Aug. ivhe.lt c'c.isd 5Uc up for Octoher. ad- vance tor Decemi-er and up for May. Oats were lc up Tor October and ]Hc up tor December. Barley was 2c better. Flai gained iu October and December options. Minneapolis was to [or September and 4Sc up for De- cember. Chicago wheat was ad- vance for September. better fnr December and 4c higher for May. All markets Glased around the high points of the day wiih the feelins strong. Reports'of damage from last night's storm caused a strong market today. There was a fair short interest in the market at the close on Thursday whir.h was caught while rumors of acceptance overnight helped. There were also reports of buying by Chicago houses in the local market which seemed like eiporl work. Tfce general trade was enormous bringing wheat up 16 cents from the low points of the week. The cash good for both oats and are at present extremely strong in all markets. Bar- ley was also strong m both cash ami futures. Ft -UHES Winnipeg: wheat. October............ 1 13S October............ December......... 150 September December........... Chicago September.......... 13- December 136 Winnipeg Cash Prices No. 1 Northern............. No. 2 Northern Kb. 3 Northern............... No. 4 No. 2 C. W.......... No. 3 a W................ Eitra No. 1 Feed Barley- No; 3 No..4 Rejected.......... Plai NO. I.N; w. c. 13514 LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL C3A.N TRACK PRICES: Wheat Oats Flai j Prices. 19414 I Wheat 175% 1391i 135Ji 34% 160 40 Flax................... Barlev................... LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 6 to Fat cows, 5% to 6. Sheep Choice killing wethera, aheared, killing ewes, shear- ii-iM ed. 7. iosS Select hogs, 150 200 Ibs, 10. 4SS 73 150 I. W. W. MEN ARE MOVING NORTH Valley Citr, X. D.. Aug. hun- -dred'and fifty members of an' moving from here today, seemingly toward some mo- bilization point-not yet known to Ihe local'; police. They are leaving in sThall groups, following a futile- attempt yes- terday to seize a Soo line train near Valley City. Lashing a Lazy Liver with pills may give temporary the pill habit is not a health habit. "It will put the liver out of business in and then everything- else goes out of business. Get the health habit by eating Shredded Wheat Biscuit, the ideal hot-weather food, which contains more digestible, brain-making, muscle-build- ing material than'beefsteak or eggs. The tasty, delicious crispness of the baked wheat gives palate joy and stomach comfort. It supplies the maximum of nutriment in smallest bulk, and its daily use keeps the bowels healthy and active. For breakfast with milk or, cream, or for any'meal" with 'fresh fruits. Made in Canada H. ICO, ML IESI Specials on Groceries and Fruits this Week-end KENORA BLUEBERRIES, An c.vlra lol for Saturday, Surctal lior Imskct S2-35 SiJccinl per pound .-'Oc RED RASPBERRIES These lire now ill tlioir host I'Yosll shipment duily. per crnte or '2 baski'ls for BING CHERRIES, Almost over for this yeiir. Large baskets, each 75u ROYAL ANNS, Ulrge Strawberry baskets 15c BLACK CURRANTS, Large Strawberry bask- ets, each BLACK CAPS AND LOGAN BERRIES. A shipment expected tomorrow morning. WATERMELONS, pev pound 6c CANTELOUPES, Each loc and 20c BARTLETT PEAHS, per 55c PEACHES, Tor slicins. per basket 60o PLUMS, per basket, from COc to WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE, TUG very finest produced, pints ouch Quarts....... Half-Gallons RASPBERRY VINEGAR, lied Cross, quni'lG, Ciicll......i.......................... LEMONADE POWDER, Khoviih. Inrge tins Small Uns. each .COOKED. MEATS s BOILED HAM, ROAST POHK, JELLIED TONGUE AND CORNED BEEF, per VEAL LOAF AND MINCED HAM, per LEMONS, per ORANGES, per dozen. 30c, 40c, and BRICK CHEESE, per Ib................. DILL PICKLES, gallon glass bottles, each ;i gallon palls, each.................... 5 gallon palls 50c 85c 35c 25c 1SC 50c 30c 1.15 2.75 3.90 OFFICE PHONE 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES CITY AND DISTBICT For Patriotic Fund The hon. Trcus. R- J. Ritchie Pater- son acknowledges the receipt of 52.00 rrom Mr. F. Rigby. Letter Carriers' Convention The Federated Association ot Loiter Carriers convention will meet in Van- couver AUJTUSI 17th. Number 40 Wins The beautiful knitted shawl for I which ticket swere sold to aid the Vi-. klngB here in their recruiting campaign was drawn for at ihe Herald this morn- ing and number 40 is the winner. The shawl may be procured by the at the Herald editorial rooms. Landseeken Here The C.P.R. sleeping car "Chapleau" was parked in the Lethbridge yards today while a party .oMand seekers trom Minnesota and the Dakotas vis- ited the surrounding.districts. They left early this morning and had not returned at the Lime of ssing to press. A New, Clean Straw Hat for Ten Gents A straw bat properly cleaned is as good as 11CMV. Xynl's Cleaner will clean your straw hat and save the cost of a new one. H not only removes the dirt, but it bleaches the straw to its original whiteness. It costs only 10 cents and a single package wiii clean several h.its. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited BOARD OF TRADE TRIP The Board of Trade excur- sion planned for the Turin niul Iron Springs district will take place next Wednesday after- noon. Those who contemplate takiuif in tin1 nxcursion should sign at once one of the lists cither at the board of trade or the Herald offices. Those auto owners whc willing to bring their antos for ihe pass- engers arc also requested to sign the list. Passengers will be expected to pay Hie driver of their cnr each. Cor the trip. You Don't Realize Just How Good a Cook You Are Unless You Have Used "OUR BEST" Ellison Milling and Elevator Co., Limited Cranbrook. B. C.. -Aug. Horace King, pliysiciin, of. Cranbroot. and Thomas Donald Caven, railway conductor, ol the same place, were duly nominated today at noon at the provincial government offices. Return- ing Officer A. C. Shankland was on hand at 12 o'clock and remained, in the offices until 1 the. time pre- scribed by law for the receiving oE nominations. The honor of.filing the first papers fell to llr. Caven. Conser- vative candidate. 3Ir. Caven's nomin- ation Tvas proposed by Lester Clapp. and seconded, by .Nils. Hanson, .and assented to by Alfred Clay Smith. Jac. oh' Tius Fink and Aiii-ed JamesJBal- ment. Aaeut, .4. J. Balment. Dr King's nomination was pro- posed hy Charles. Reginald.Ward and seconded hy Joseph Jackson, and as- sented Charles- John- Little, John Henry Hayes and Thomas Sum- mers. Agent, A. B. llacdonald. lately? -smoked TURIN NEWS London. Aug. at the anuual meeting of Hie Hudson's Bay company, Governor Klndersley, whose appointment was confirmed, stated that the cb'ainilitee bad recommended the. aisLrilmlipn .of per cent, on ordinaries in respect of land receipts and 15 per cent.' from profits other trades, making a total of 20 per cent. The profits for the past year am- ounted I0 from the fur trade and from sale shops and other trading, as compared with a loss of and a profit of 000- laat year. He viewed wilh gratlficallpn the lesa extravagant mood, of those res- ponsible for the conduct of municipal affairs Jn Canada. This had resulted in a reduction of taxation, which, he said, hail increased hy since The company intended to take a num- ber of test cases to the Canadian courts with respect to taxation in Saskatchewan and Alberta and other provinces. The company had also been hard hit by the Introduction of the prohibition laws, which the chairman described as drastic and very detrimental to the company's stores. In regard to .the prohibition legls- Ifttlon, the company, he said, were advUed lliat their rights were being infringed upon, and, therefore, this legislation will.be resorted lo.' because .Infringement is the fun- damental issue, affecting not only the company's liquor business, but the farVgreater question of the general Turin, Aug. crops in this district: are looking splendid. Samuel Turinger bae bought anoth- er Quarter section. Sam is one bl Turin's hustlers. L. A Haines the weed inspector keeps-busy. He says he is having little trouble with the farmers. D. D. .Green and family motored to Spring Coulee. Sam Whitson and bave gone to Kansas to look after their Inter- ests there. Sam Whitson has brought another quarter section and Is having a good deal of the ground broken. At a box social held on tlie 2Sth at B. D. Spencer'f? to raise money to buy an organ Tor the school the sum of was realized. Mrs. Hall, the teacher, greatly assisted. CAN YOU MAKE A LEMON SPONGE PIE This recipe with many others can-be found in the August copy of the Kcxall Magazine-. Ask for It when you tu our store, or phone and hsjve it delivered. i J. D. Higinbotham Co. "Albert-Vi -Pioneer- prunnlsti." The jkaolfc Wholesale and retail chemjitl TELERHONE NO- 322 London, Aun. city of Brussels refused to pay the- fine of marks Imposed by Germany IrT. consequence of the demonstration which took plaCe the Belgium capital on July 21, the national fete day, says a dis- patch Irom the1 Hague. A serious crisis is expected. CHARLIE CHAPLIN AT THE EMPRESS, 7th and 8th "ONE A. M." London. Aug. of shipping on Llie Suez canal by hostile aeroplanes was announced today in the official statement. The attack- was made over Lahe Timsah, 45 milea south ol Port Said and on the town o[ Ismalla on ihe lake border. No dam- age was done' by either attack, ac- cording to ihe official statement. Detroit, Mich.. Aug. auto- mobile bandits held up pay clerks en- tering the plant ot tile Burroughs Adding Iilachilic company hero at 2 o'clock this aiternoon, and after shoot- ing one of Ihe clerks, escaped wilh hags said to have contained Employees of the concern in .another automobile gave chase and a running fight- .enaued dotvn Second Avenue. One oE the robljcrs was reported u-bunded. The bandits were armed .nidi-riffles. UNSKILLED LABOR STRIKE Winnipeg, Aug. hundred unskilled laborers, mostly foreigners employed on a new departmental store building struck Tuesday afternoon. They refused an offered raise from 25 cents to "OWta? made iliia morn- j Ing and will not go back to work for less than 35 cenls, 10 cents to ID cents more than Uiey have ever received before. This is said to be..the Brat time un- skilled labor has .ever struck In Can- ada. The men were organized for the Bret time at a meeting last Fri- day. The Carter-Halla-Aldlnger company, after offering a 2Mi ient concession, dealt In a very Buiamary way with those not conlenteil. .'After paying trading" rights' .of the company Iu the. them off at. 1 o'clock .thU alUrnqon i' "iw them SPECIALS IN CHOICE FRUIT TO-MORROW basket. 60c Cflu 3UC WATERMELONS b'ach 7Bc to PLUMS, per yOc and PEACHES, Ihe first of the apa- Kofi and very choice, PA per liaskot 3vC TOMATOES per basket ALL OUR FRUITS ARE THE BEST BROUGHT INTO THE COUNTRY. LEMONS per viox. BANANAS per dozen 30c 25c THE PALACE CONFECTIONERY AND ICECREAM PAHLOR 30RNER FOURTH AVENUE AND FIFTH STREET SOUTH THE 2 GEORGES NOW OPEN LUNCH COUNTER SOFT CIGARS WILL OPEN IN A FEW DAYS PRIVATE BOOTHS FOR' LADIES ADDISON H1GGINS 411 5TH ST. S. PROPRIETORS, GIVE US A CALL WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HARDWARE CO. PHONE 762 Who ma ajiese. Pre ay; Bubuecdl'Okuma as Jan- PUBLIC On Saturday, Aug. 5 inKlofPVUall GENTS 50c, LADIES FREE DANCING 9 to 12. H. G. KILNER SHOE STORE 13th Street North Repairs Neatly Executed COAL AND TRANSFER C.O.D. FURNACES Sheet Metal Work Geo. K. Dixon Cu., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. p. n. Freight PHONES: Rtibin The Lethbridge Highlanders I Bth'XDyerseas Batt, C.LF. To Complete Establishment Your chance to DO YOUR BIT at once Apply-Recruiting .Office, 604 3rd Ave., S.