Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor BestlLZiiadayliotelinMberta J The "Taylor-Made" Premium- You get It in the "Dough" MARKETS FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Aug. Opening slid closing on the grain ex- changes today were Wieat- Oct Dec May On Open Close 1.053 l.OU 1.10 Oct. Oct 1.04} l.Oif 1.10} 41} 1.45 WINNIPEG CASH PRICES FIND OUT How many Friends you have, and How Popular you art. and Win the Saddle Horss. HOT HOUSE TOMATOES Frache Bros., Florists Funeral Flowers a Specialty Do Not Delay! Place Your Orders Now for Blueberries and Apricots v nYm-rliMuv othor vrars lias liccn Hint both truits were never lo lie had vory long iiHor u. oxpe t we your orders now so us not e." Blai'Sorrics Haspberrles, Sour Clu-rrlcs a few Gooseberries arrlvoH this mom- flue preserving; For basket BU'EDKIililKS for preserving; per PEACHES-llalPS. Knrly. white or Triumph. Yi-1- low; special per case Per 1URTLKTT PEARS, fine paling, per basket. .40c Dukes, fine 2 baskets for Per crate any" come ill. per basket 15c RED It any baskets for..........................25c Absolutely tbe last this sea- son. 1 baskets for ......................25c ami ripe, per pound..5c Prices, each 15c and II. bleached and crisp; extra special. 3 pounds (or NEW grown, per pound-----3c size, '1 for ........25c Why cook in this hot weather when you can get COOKED MEATS LIKE THESE UOAST PORK 11A.M. WITH Sliced, per pound VEAL per pound ............'.25c OX Beutos, the finest- Sliced, per pound COKNED Beutos, sliced, pound..35c SWISS BRICK Pound ........25c Office: Fhoaeim THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER Min. Max 49 54 4S 47 44 Wheat- Ko. 1 Nor............. JCo. 3 Nor............. No. 3 Nor............. Xb. 1 No. 5 No. Oats- No 2 C. W........... No. 3 C. W. Extra No. 1 Feed No. Feed Xo. 3..................... No. 4-..................... Flax- No 1 N. W. C..... No 2 C.-W........... 1.32 1.30 1.36 1.16 1.18 1.10 Lethbridge Vulcanizing specialists, produce work in auto tire repairing of all kinds and guarantee their work. E. Chaplin Son, pross.. old Sport- ing Goods Stand, on 5th St. South, rear McNabb's 'Saddlery. Storage latteries recharged and repaired. 54 54 49 Lethbridge, clear 80 Edmonton, cltar SO Ca'igary, fair SO Medicine Hat. fair 9" Macleod, clear s6 Ked Deer, clear 76 Foremost, clear .73 Battleford Prince Albert, clear 78 Saskatoon, clear Swift Current, clear S2 Moose Jaw. clear .51. Winnipeg, clear SS Port Arthur, cloudy 62 Kamloops. clear SS The weather oyer the prairie prov- inces has been fine and v.-arm. Forecast AH Fine, and very warm to- day and on Saturday. _ .01 LOCAL" MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN Track price of wheat 581 581'Oats 56 61 53 1.421 1.39! CITY AND DISTKICT Removes Residence Miss L. F. McKee, nurse, has re- moved to G33 Fifth street South. Returns to .City Judge Jackson returned from Mac- leod last night. .He. has teen .holding court at Macleod and Pincher Creek. Sanitary Drinking Fountain George Co. have installed a large glass filler with sanitary drink- ing cup. In thek store for the .use of customers. Sept. Dec. PRICES 1.02J 93 40 Ffax I-05 Barley 46 BUYING ..PRICE FOR HAY No. 1 timothy, baled, ton 11.00 No. 1 prairie, baled, ton 10.00 BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES j Lettuce, lac. a doz. bunches. Uning service at St. Cyprian's Church Onions, green, 15c. to 20c. a doz.! on Sunday. Matins will be said at 1.06} hunches. Buy Nine-Cars- Sheep Denny's Limited_ nine cars, containing 117n head of sheep from McKenzie Bros, of Foremost, this week. Sunday Services at St. Cyprian's On account of the absence of Rev. W. V. McMjllen, there will he no ev- MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT Dec. 1.05 J CHICAGO WHEAT 1.07J ____............ 1.071 l.OSfl Radishes, 15c. to a doz. bunch :S. Green peas, per lo., 3 cents. Head lettuce, per-doz., 20to 30c. New carrots, doz. bunches, 20c. New beets, .per doz. bunches, 20c. New turnips, per dos. bunches, 20c. Kew'potatoes, per ton. Cauliflower, 60c., dozen. Cabbage, SI.75 per cwt. Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, G to Sic. Fat cows, 5i- to 6c. killing wethers, 6c. killing ewes, Select hogs, 150 to 550 Its., Live 18c. per It.- No. 1 fowl, 10 to 12c. Dressed 12 to 14c. Fresh gathered eggs 17c. per doz. No. 1 farmers' dairy butter 20c. LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary; Hogs. S7.50: steers, J7.00; cows, heifers, 56.00. Chicago: Hogs, S6.30-5i.10; cattle, Xo man can do effective work if Orderlies are an effective laxative. Sold only by J. D. Higitftotiam Cb., Limited, The i Rexall Store, and 50c hoses. I Hjj. Collier A. E. Kinnear a New Store That Guarantees To Please You It does so by offering you a .choice, fresh stock' oi Groceries, most reasonable prices and a prompt delivery service. We Stand Behind everything we sell i a.m., as usual, however.- ihere will he no choir prawice this evening. and l' please yoir 'ov hftnd- your money What more can.. we .do? TEST US WITH VOUR AU6UST BUSINESS. Central Cash Grocery 1110 AVE. PHONE 667. H..T. Collier A. E. Kinnear are Jlio doing fe'uilnm our old on 9th .Avenue South. New Apointment E. B. J. Forster returned from Ed- monton this morning. Mr. Forster has been appointed financial, agent for southern Alberta of the Alberta Temperance Refprm 'lea- gue. Home Drill The Home Guards'will drill as us- ual at tbe Barracks drillground, at 7.30 -tonight. Every man is request- ed to bring his rifle. New Royal Trust Official A. R. Scoble, managing director of the Western Canada Mortgage Co., of Edmonton, has been appointed secre- tary of tbe Manitoba branch of the Royal Trust. Many on Excursion About forty Lethbridge people left on the excursion to the Claresholm school of agriculture at nine o'clock this morning. The train ivas made up here and will return tins evening. The excursion is being run under the auspices of the provincial department of Agriculture, to give the farmers and others an opportunity of seeing the college and demonstration farm. Bin Crops On the CanUton, line east of- Stir- ling "bushels of era.in .wl'i'i be harvested this year; in- the Raley b'usbels will be bar vested, if the present weather condi tions prevail through- the harvest sea- son, u'ccording to of the Herald Farm at-Haley. WanU .Lethbridge Candidate 0. R. manager of the big Raymond carnival, is endeavor- ing to se.aire I-euinrldge young lady .as candidate, in the contest for queV-n of the carnival, for which a ?5D.OO gold watch, is.the prize. Any- one M-ishinK to .nominate a candidate should get Into to.uch with -Mr. Ursen- I Get Your Tickets Three screamingly funny sketches will be ulayed at the Orpbeum The- atre on Monday. August. entire funds for patriotic and charitable pur- poses. Everyone in town should sup- i port this entertainment, which is be- i Ing given by wfil known local ama- I teurs The cast consists of Mr. anil I Mrs. Lionel Asquitll, Mr. Richard I mucks and Mr. Frank Waddington, who have, gone to considerable trou- ble to rehears0 end prepare their sketches. Tickets.will be on sale at once, and v.-iii lie handled by the Daughters of the Einpiro and the Nursing Mission Board. An early., ap plication' is BEST For Tan and Sunbi.rn Nyal's Face Cream And Face Cream Soap Will remove the soreness from sunburu in a few For removing Tun there is nothing better.' PRICE 25c PACKAGE 'Sold only at Xyal flares The Red Cross Drug Book Limited (Hot Weather Comfort) WE HAVE THEM ALL "YUCCA" VIOLET DULCE BABCOCK'S CORYLOPSIS MENNEN'S BORATED AND VIOLET MENNEN'S (For Men) ROGER GALLET'S LEHN FINK'S RIVERIS JOHNSON JOHNSON'S BABY .POWDER SQUISB'S CARNATION AND PLAIN A line of Pound Packages En All Odors. Store f Is 3 Handsome Saudis i which will be given to the Most Popular Lady in City. FARMERS! Get your Money for your CREAM Assoon as Delivered WE CAN HANDLE MORE CREAM, AND WILL SEND A MONEY ORDER' IN PAYMENT FOR-EACH SHIPMENT BY.HE- TURN MAIL. WRITE US.' Crystal Dairy Co, 13th ST. S., PHONE 151 BUSINESS MEN'S The date of the business men's auto excursion to the Xobleford and -Monarch dis- tricts has been definitely set- tled for Wednesday afternoon next. Autos will leave the Lethbridge Hotel at.. l p.m. sliarp, and the fare for the round trip will be to be paid to the driver of the car. -This wii'i be a good oppor- -tunit-y-of seeing- the splendid crops of the country to the north. Those wishing to sign on who have not already done so, should get into touch with 'Fred W. Downer as soon as Stops Bake Day Worry alone Decreases in public works and I railways arc iluc to falling off in i revenue, due to tlie war. The total gross debt of the Do- minion at the end oi July was S7M.- A i total Dommio _notes A I outstanding totalled ..m. The total revenue for the first four months of the fiscal as W3.704 for possible. Acknowledges Donations R. Seatle, Son. treasurer of the Patriotic funds, acknowledges tho following contributions: Stirling Mus- ical club 520.70 lo the Red Cross; Letter Carriers' July instalment, to the Patriotic Fund; G. Rennlson, manager of the Bank of Commerce, Monarch, S6.00 to the 'Patriotic Fund. Mr Seatle calls attention to the fact that a number of subscribers to these funds during tho campaign of last year have not paid their sub- scriptions. These funds need money constantly, as the demands are iu- creasinE very rapUlljV the fur- Ottawa, Aug. increase ill temporary loans 'increase of over in nfit debt oi the Dominion and a thcr increase of over in Dominion notes outstanding at the beginning of August are the chici features in the liability columns of the Dominion's financial statement for the month oi July last, just pub- lished. The increase in temporary loans is partly accounted for hy Mr. White's recent loan made on the New Yolk market. An increase of in the cus- toms revenue oi in excise, of in post office receipts, with a decrease of in jiublic works revenue, including railways and a further decrease of S230.G08 in miscellaneous revenue are the chici features of the revenue column of the statement. The total increase in revenue lor the month of July last as compared with July 1914 is'therefore Increases" in customs, excise and post office arc due to the new tax Geo. Kerr Co. Family Grocers and Provision Merchants TOMATOES 35C 3 large tins for BEANS 1 (1f> Each U V VPR1COTS: Rxtra fancy British 35c 45c 50c 35c PMoto shows Colonel Roosevelt when at. the climax of his famous speech denouncing tbe peace-at-any- pric4 advocates at San Francisco. Columbia stock per basket Per crate. Per box, 20 pounds: C. G. W. SOAP 2 pa'ckages for..... SUNLIGHT SOAP 11 'bars for........ BLUEBERRIES; extra fine, 2 pounds for.. PEACH PLUMS Per .basket BLUF. PLUMS per. basket... PEACHES Per '.box CHEESE 2 pounds for 50c 45c WATERMELON Per pound AP.PLB3- 3 pounds.for LEMONS Large, per dozen PRARS; fine eating Pgr dozen CELERY; fancy crisp 3 pounds for NEW POTATOES -18 pounds for CORN FLAKES 3 packages for PICKLES: HEINTZ Sweet Mixed, per flt. PICKLES; BBINTZ Sweet Qerkins, dozen PICKLES; HEINTZ Chow Chow, per Jit.... M-ACAKONI Per pound 5c 25c 30c 40c 25c 25c 25c 40c 18c 40c 9c 20c dozen IOC 10C 50c 55c 23c 25c 40c 55c lOc 25c mixed: 30c MIXED 30 C w. Aftft 4 Qf, I WW TONGUE. F4NCY' IMPORTED BISCUITS Per pound DURKEE'S SALAD DRESSING LBMONAUE QRYS- TALS; per tin- LIBBY'S SLICED OX Extra fine- Per. pound BENTOS CORN BEEF: sliced ,per Ih. PREMIUM BOILBD HAH, per pound AMMONIA. POWDER 2 'for JlcConochies SWEET PICKLKS Regular price 40c; On salfi (i packages for CANTALOUPE' Euch FLY-PYRAJIIDS 3 for TANGLEFOOT 4 double sheets GRAPE JUICE 17c, anil. LIME JUICE 35c, and RASPBERRY JAM 1 pound glass PUMPKIN 2 large tins TEA; KERR.'SPECIAL Old price, per pound. FINEST DECKA.IULIA Per pound Per tin............. CUCUMBERS CHOCOLATES; fancy Regular On sale per pound Phone 1453; 313'5th Street South delivery to all parts of the city Let Us Be of Service to you-Telephone No. 1845 and Your Order will be Filled at Once Flour and CO 1 fl TWO OF OUR WEEK-END BAHGAINS Now is the time for putting down Fruit.' We snpplv Krull at tlie Lowest-Market Prices and with every crate we will sell a 20 RA pound sack of B. C. Sugar I The Lethbridge Supply -Co., 49 pound cack "Our Best" one pound of Tea for These are a lample of pur .Grocery Birgaini. Give ub a ring or call and our prices will surprise you. The Home of Cheapness Quality. North Market, Fifth Avenue North.