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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beit a Day Hotel in Alberta The Kiddies Know-Ask Them it, toA, o-x c XriMjUl THIS LETTER IS ONE OF THE ENTRIES IN THE HERALD'S "ADVERTISE AND SMILE" COMPETITION. The Good Week-end Grocery Bulletin WE" HAS'OUR ARE VERY FINE AND THE PRICE IS RIGHT. PEANUT BUTTER, Squirrel Brand, In 1 Ib. tins, very fine quality, price per tin...... 30c EVAPORATED APRICOTS, very special this week end, 3 Ibs. for EVAPORATED PEACHES, Very special this week end, '2 Ibs. tor 25c PRUNES, Sire 60-7QS, 10 Ib. boxes. This week end per box............................ 1.15 RICE, Best Slam. This week end, Ibs. for 25c IMPORTED BISCUITS PEAK FREANS, A dozen or more varieties. Price per Ib............................. 40c OLIVES, in bulk, per pin; 25c RIPE OLIVES, in tins, per tin 45c RED RASPBERRIES, per basket 15c RED RASPBERRIES, per crate BLACK RASPBERRIES and LOGANBER- RIES. At lowest market price If any come B. C. BLUEBERRIES, Very fine 2 Ibs for.. 35c 10 pound boxes, each 1.60 'KENORA BLUEBERRIES. We expect an- other large lot next week. Price per basket 2-25 PEACHES, Nice for slicing, per basket 50c PEARS, Flernish Beauties, basket 35c PEARS, Barttetts. basket 55c APPLES, Red Astrachans, Fine for eating and good for cooking, 3 Ibs. for 25c B. C. CELERY, Fresh in, very crisp and tend- er. 3 Ibs. for 25c CALIFORNIA BLUE PLUMS, basket 75c CALIFORNIA RED PLUMS, basket 60c 50c HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLE, Hunt's. As fine any pineapple ever put into tins. Sliced, 2s, per tin 25c Sliced. Squat tins, each 30c Sliced, large tins, each 35c Grated, 2s, per tin 25c OFFICE PHONE 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 525 1 Everyman's Library We now have a complete range in this splendid linne covering many of the standard works in Fiction, Biography, History, Poetry. Philosophy, etc. Cloth Binding, each 40c Leather Binding, each -------75c 2 for.................. 75c THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. MARKETS LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL PRICES TRACK PRICES: Si-it Silr CITY AND DISTRICT Returns From Calgary D. E. Harris returned yesterday from a business trip to Calgary. Telephone Inspection J. Ragan, inspector of traffic for the provincial government telephone, system is in the city today Cattlemen Here Harry Bredin of Bassano, oue of .the old time cattlemen of the south, is in the city. Telegraph Superintendent Here D. L. Howard, superintendent of C. P. R. telegraphs for this derision, is in the city visiting the local of- fices of the company. Patriotic Fund In City G. H. Harman, acting treasurer of die Patriotic Fund, states that during the month of July the fund assisted 190 dependents of soldiers in the Loth- bridge constituency, dispensing Winnipeg, Aug. Uc, higher.for October, lul i Wn, lower for j Oflts....... No Arrests in August There has not been an arrest or a case LOI- police court since the first of August. The hinges of the cell doors are growing rusty. mm is FILLING Sic down for October and Barley. down for the December option, eaine'd HC- ?''as dropped in Octo- ber and ic in November, and Ic in De- cember. Minneapolis wheat was Uc, lower for September, %c down for December and }ic higher for May. Chicago wheat was down for Sep- tember, %c down for December and %c down- for Hay. The close was rather quiet with Winnipeg stronger than lie United States markets, but prices -wore mixed. Today's market an excited one which might have gone either way on a moment's nonce. As the result 'of Wednesday's advance the .trade was only of fair volume, though the market was very active. The floor crowd were too nervous to deal in large quanlties and the pub- lic have been closed out more or less j toy the brokers asking big margins. Ex- porters -sere in the cash market only. There was a good demand for both oats and wheat at Winnipeg premiums. 123 37 16G 52U Barley................. LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 6 tc Fat cows, oMi to 6. Sheep Choice killing wethers, sheared, killing ewes, shear- ed. 7. Select hogs, 150-200 Ibs, 10. THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Aug. 10. Opening and closing prices on the grain exchanges today -were: v- Wheat Open Close Oct 150 149 Dec 14714 May 150U Oct 49 ;s Dec. 4S% Oct. 193% 'Dec.. 193 Winnipeg Cash Prices _ .1 Northern 2 Northern No. 3 Northern ?fo. 4 Northern 'No. 5 Northern No. 2 C. W No. 3 C. W Extra No. 1 No. 1 Feed So. "3 No: 4 ''Rejected Feed Flax- No. 1 N. W. C No! 2 C. W Minneapolis Wheat Sept 149 Dec: 153% Chicago Wheat Sept. ..7 143% Dec. J48 May 153 Unequalled facilities for secur- ing reliable information regard- ing Grain. Freauent Quotations. AH markets. Tou are invited to make free -use .of this service. Ask for bids on your carlots of grain. Private wlres'to New York, .Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Baird Botterell, Union Bank Building, ARCH. E. REESOR, Hgr. Phone 1599. Joins Grain Firm t George H. ilclvor of Winnipeg, ar- j rived in the city last night to join the i staff of ihe United Grain Producers. Mr. Mclvor has been in charge of the country business for the W. S. 'Me- Laughlin grain commission firm for some lime and lias come here to as- sist Mr. Harris in the fall rush. Our Printing and Developing Service We are prepared to give quick efficient service to picture tak- ers. A 12 hour service is in force and for the benefit of our rural customers we deliver by parcel post. AH known supplies for Kodaks and other cameras may be found in our stock. Amateur finishers may have the benefit of our knowledge for the mere sskjngV Ike Red Cross Drig Book Co., Liiailcd PHONE 555. Busy Day Next Tuesday Next Tuesday promises to be a busy t day. Besides being polling day for the plebiscites for the filtration plant and; free hospital proposals, it is also the j last day for the ten per cent tax dis- j count. A lot of taxes are being paid j in this iveeK, and Monday and Tuesday will see a rush. Stampede and Sports At a meeting of the Trades and La- bor Council last night all arrange- ments -.vere made for the' sports on Labor Day. As an added attraction the Council is joining with Hyssop Bros, and others in putting on a stam- pede in connection with the snorts. Horse races will also be held. Further announcements will be made when i the program has been completed. A special meeting will be held on Mon- day evening. Feed 150% 48 47% 193 192% 151% 149% 144% 141 135 49 48% 4S% 47% SO 70 67 67 19814 187% 14954 151 144' 147% Wheat Stooking a ere 8 of Wheat Stooking to let. 40 cents per acre. Fine eats every day. 0. T. LATHROP GRASSY LAKE Elks Meet Friday Night Members of Lethbridge Lodge N'o. 37 B. P. O. Elks, are. urged to keep in j mind the meeting to be held on Fri- day night, in the K. P. hall. Members {who have not yet been up.for initia- lion must he on hand as their applica- tions lapSe on September 1. Other important matters dealing with- the fall and winter program are to be dis cussed. Admitted to Bail Application was made before His Honor Judge McNeil, in chambers this EGGS ARE ON THERISE GET BUSY TODAY WITH HIGIXBOTHAM'S _WATEKGLASS i tb .25 oft One pound Witi make enough solution to preserve about twelve dozen. J. D. Higinbotham Co. "Alberta's Pioneer The and retail chemltU TELEPHONE NO. 322 Officers of the 780i Depot Battery would not be surprised if any day a warning to select a draft tor over- seas service were to be received. It is learned that a draft of 50 men from the 77th Depot Battery at Re- gina has heen warned. They will go in command of Lieut. Geerneart. But the 7.Sth will be ready for the call. Today they have an attested strength of 54 officers and men, while three or four men whose names are not 'known have been signed on at Calgary. Among the latest to sign is Barney Gwatkins, one of the best known cow-punchers of the south and one of the riders of the stampede. The Battery is after a Tew more riders of his calibre and will then be ready to take on anything in the line of wild j bronks The men who have signed' on with the hr.Ucry S. G. Richard- son, J. G. Taylor, N. H. Moody; W. 31. Black aud W.'J. Gordon. At Crossfield Fair, 1916 Bread baked from OUR BEST FLOUR took first prize in open com- petition ag'ahift all other brands.' EXCEPTIONALLY good flour is the only kind that will produce records like this. Use'OUR BEST'next baking day Ellison Milling Elevator Co HOW GOOD FLOUR IS MILLED The Necessity of Careful Selection There are many different kinds of flour. The best kind of flour for bread baking is milled from only the hearts of the choicest bread wheat grown. The kernels are thoroughly cleaned, tempered, ground into bits of machinp.ry; sifted again and again through finest silk sieves until every particle of dust, dirt, fluff' or lint is removed. Inferior flours, of course, I do not receive such attention. Bread is then made from the flour at the mill'-in -order to thoroughly test it be- fore marketing. Ogilvue's Royal Household is a sample of this superior _ flour. Ii is milled from the hearts of the finest, fattest wheat grown, by the most modern milling methods known to science. Because of its purity and 1 uniformity, and .the fact, that, it bakes j such big, wholesome, creamy-white loaves it has come tp be the most [popular flour in the west v {'Hundreds of housewives for these [reasons would order no other flour from their PUBLIC DANCING Every Tues. and Sat, in K. of P. Hall GENTS 50c, LADIES FREE DANCING 9 to 12. .i morning by G. F. Harris, for bail for i George Dock and Jas. Slesser, the two j men committed for trial some time ago on charges of aiding George Washing- j ton, the negro convict, in evading Mounted Police officers after his es- cape irom Bail was admitted in both cases in "Let it be a box of Llgg'ett'B Choc- olates" "Your sweetheart's choice." Sold exclusively by all -Rexal! Drug Stores. J. D. Higinbotham Co. Lim- ited, REMEMBER A good thing never spoils-by keep- 800 personal surety; ing A garden party given by St. An- and SSOO in two or more sureties. Bail drev's Church. Aug. llth, commencing i in these cases was refused yesterday i 7.30 p.m. To be beld on the grounds In Medicine Hat by His Honor Judge in front of the Church. Admission Greene. WEDNESDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES Calgary: steers 46 to S6.SB; ers, to oows, ?5 to ?5.50; hogs, to sheep to J8.SO. Chicago: Steers to cows to hogs. to sheep, to. From .now on .parents cannot re- claim their sons who enlist for active service, no matter what their age may be. Hitheito, parents could demand the discharge of sons under. IS-years of age Now it is necessary to' get. the enlisted hoy to make written ap- plication for his discharge This be done within three months of wllitment. FURNACES Sheet Metal Work Geo. B. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK II OF THE 1BIINS were possible for them to be so. Those who have enlisted are Alex. MAntfh in the 20th battery, wounded some weeks ago, James and Arthur with the fam- out Black Watch, Finlay iii the veter- Free. 204-2 COALHURST NEWS Eight brothers the Martin family, North Ward, Lethbridge, are now bear- ing arms in the war. -There are ten brothers altogether in the family, and the other two would be in khaki K it toe on Mr. Watson. -Mrs. Watson has been president of the Ladles' Aid for some time and to show their appre- (Froni Our Own Correspondent) Coalhurst, Aug. and Mrs. J. M. fWatson who have resided here for a number of years, Mr. Watson being a general merchant; are leavr ing tm the 10th for Grassy Lake where they will reside in future. On. Monday they were given a surprise party, the Ladles' Aid calling on Mrs. Wataon and a citizen's commit- clntlon of her services, Mrs. D. McNeil presented her with'a souvenir spoon suitably engraved. Mr. F. McDon- inary corns. William with the 61st bat- aid, on behalf of the citizens, pros- tery, David with the'Lethbridge High- landers, John with the railway con- struction corps, Daniel is a guard at the detention camp, and would enlist if he were able to be released. The record of this family ia-a remarkable cnted'Mr. Watson with a smoker's out- fit. iJelicious refreshments were served during the evening. The crops in life-vicinity are look- ing .Harvest U. expected to be general ;fbout the 25th of the month. HOW APPENDICITIS CAN BE PREVENTED Lethbridge people should know that a few doses" of simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed Adler-I-ka, often relieve or prevent appendicitis. Thin' simple mixture removes such surprising foul matter that ONE SPOONFUL relieves almost ANY. CASE constipation, sour stomach or gas. A short treatment helps chronic stomach trouble. Adler-1-ka has easiest and.most thorough action of anything we ever D. Higinbotham Grain Handled in Any Position We. arc in close connection with ex- port trade and by dealing with us you save several middlo- inen-s profits. United Grain Producers, Ltd TEMPORARY OFFICES: ROOM 1, MACDONALD BLOCK BIGGEST SALE OF HIGH-CLASS FURNITURE Held This Season Entire Equipment of Furniture at the PIAMOND CITY HOTEL WILL BE SOLD On TUESDAY, AUG. 15 THIS STOCK COST OVER There are 35 rooms in the hotel and all f urnit- ,ure is in No. 1 condition. ANYONE WISHING TO VIEW THE STOCK MAY DO SO BY CALLING ON T. N. CHRISTIE, DIAMOND CITY. V J. A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER. Robertson's Book Store Doing Business in Our New The Old Bentley Store 118 Fifth Street, S. Mayor in Edmonton Mayor Hardie has gone to Edmonton to have some changes mane in some of the debentures recently sold to the W. A. Mackenzie Co. While In Ed- monton he also look into the mat- ter of the treasury notes for the filtra- tion plant. PRINCE ALBERT IS DEMOCRATIC Prince Albert, Aug. city council last night decided to send a resolution to Ottawa, declaring that the pension bill being prepared by th government should treat officers and, privates nlikc. It being held that Canada's cosmopolitan army the of ors are tiie superiors of the privates only through, accident of war, in priv- ate life they being absolutely equal. Grocery Specials! Phone 1766 20 Ib. sack of. Sugar and 1 bottle .Vanilla .'or Lemon Extract New Potatoes, 10 Ibs. for .25 all 25c lines per-It All 35c lines.................27 Roger's Syrup, 2 Ib. tins .20 Potato Flour, per pkg.......15 Corn Starch, 3 pkgs'for.....25 Fry's Cocoa, tins..... .25 Van Cocoa, per tin .30 Blue Ribbon Tea, Ib......... .40 Tuxedo Coffee. Rcaujar 50c. Special........ Carnation Wheat Flakes pk. .50 FREE! With every two pair of children's hose we will give FREE one package of Spearmint gum. With every dollar purchase of anything in the dry goods section we will give FREE-two packages of .Spearmint Gum. Buttermilk Toilet -Soap, 10 bars for Castile Soap, Grape Jelly Powders, 3 .25 Corn Beef, 1 Ib. tins .30 Holbrook's Malt Vine gar, per pint bottle Tongue, per Shrimps, per tin -20 Oysters, 10 oz. tins, each .26 Sliced Smoked Beef, per tin .20 Roast Beef, per tin 35 B C Salmon, large tins, 2 tor J5 Chocolates, per Ib TO Caramels, per Ib. 25 Peppermints, per Ib 25 North Trading Co. 230 13th STREET N. ONE DOOR NORTH OF No, 2. FIRE HALL. THESE SPECIALS ARE ALSO GOOD AT SUPINA MERCANTILE COMPANY, PHONE 1667. ;