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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta You'll Smile when you bake Break that will always be "jake" From the Flour That's Taylor Made An Extra Lot of Red Raspberries, B.C. Blueberries and Apricots RED RASPBERRIES ARE ABOUT OVER WITH BUT WE HAD QUITE A LOT THIS MORNING AND EXPECT ANOTHER GOOD LOT TOMORROW MORNING. "For Torl.iy niid Tomorrow Only, per crate B. c.'BLUEBERRIES. Put uu in 10 and 20 lb. boxes. A very lino quality. Price, per 10 ib. box Price per 20 box ....................53.20 LAMBERT CHERRIES. Tile test lot we ex- pect to iravo this year. Special, per box.. B.C. APRICOTS. The Washington's are about dono for ami we expect this week will about see the end of the B. C.'s. 1'rlce per GOOSEBERRIES AND RED CURRANTS. We received a shipment unexpectedly this morning. Wo do not expect auy more this year. THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Willard's Forkdipt Chocolates THE MOST DELICIOUS CHOCOLATE ON THE MARKET. In bulk at 50c per pound. In at 35c to 52.00 each. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. MILL FE1LJKEAHG Tomorrow is the last day for the i payment of taxes to receive the ten per cent discount, and the clerks on the money window are working ovez- time today raking in the kale Tax- es are coming in as well, probably a little better, tlian last year, according to City Treasurer Farris. On Sat- urday a deposit of was made, but today and tomorrow the receipts shonld be very heavy. The biggest cheque received so far has been from the C. P- R. running away up into the five figures. After tomorrow the discount will be only nine per cent, and each month thereafter will see a reduction in the discount of rate until December 31st j when discounts -will be cut out and penalties will come in force.. t "If you have'8-muddy completion and dull eyes, you are constipated. Six i glasses of water daily, one or two KJtexali Orderlies at night correct this condition and make you fit as a fiddle. lac and 25c at alj Hexall Drug Stores. J. D. Higlnbqtham and Co., Limited. Taber, Aug. Brown, D.C. "H., was the guest of honor at a gath- j ering of the Sons of Empire held in the Conservative rooms Saturday j evening, when a large number were present to do him honor and hear mi tales of the war. Jofcu Marsh occupied the chair, oth- ers on the platform being Mr. Gidman. Normau Sowerby, Root, Manning, and others. Mr. Marsh referred to the fact that Vic had enlisted four days after the war opened, he was one of the first to get his D.C.M. and oue of the first to return to the home town. Tab- er was proud of him, said Mr. Marsh. When he went back to the front he would carry the prayers of Taber for his safe return again. Trooper Brown spoke very feelingly i of the warm welcome accorded him. He cad been feted like a king since he had returned. After Vic had given some interesting stories, .the regent, John Marsh, presented him with a small present oiubehalf of those pres- ent CITY AND DISTRICT Masonic Meeting Xorth Star Lodge No. 4, regular meeting toni.sht in Masonic hall. Dom- inion block at S o'clock, second de- gree. Visiting brethren cordially iu- vited. Special at Salvation Army Tonight at the Salvation Army cit- adel, S p.m. there will be a special meeting when Capt. Dixoii will tell of his adventures In Yankeeland. The Captain was formerly identified with the Dixon Transfer Co.. and was one of the well-known citizens of Leth- bridge. Come and hear him. Back From Edmonton Mayor Hardie returned last night from Edmonton where he went last week to have changes made in cer- tain city bonds sold some time to A. McKenzic and Co., bringiiiiV; them into another denomination more acceptable to the New York market. Fres. Marnoch Back President Maruoch of the Board of Trade returned on Saturday from Ed- monton where he attended a meeting of an agricultural council which con-; sidcred several matters oi He will make a report to the Board of Trade council this week. Meet this Afternoon The council Sid not meet this morn- ing but were in session .during the afternoon transacting routing ness. Preaches at Baptist Church The pulpit of the first Baptist church was very acceptably supplied bun- day by Rev. C. Baker, of Yorkton. Sask.. who delivered two strong and scholarly addresses, "Mr. Baker will supply the pulpit frwo.Vnore Sundays, and will be a resident at the Y. M. 0. A. during that time. Photos of Kilties Lieut. Asnuith brought back with him from Sarcee Camp, about fifty photographs of the hoys of the regi: ment at work and at play. They are a fine group of views and will be on view tomorrow in the window of the recruiting office on 3rd avenue south. Steady Nerves Don't permit your nerves to be- come unstrung. A severe ner- vous strain at this season is apt to cause 2 complete breakdown. Brace up and mobilize your strength by taking a course of Quinine Tonic It's just what you iieed to pui _ that old-time "pep" back into your system and quiet your nerves. Price. -n.OO Tfae Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited PHONE 555. MARKETS FOR BILL POSTING DISTRIBUTION OF BOOK- LETS, CIRCULARS, ETC. SEE. L. S. BROWN MAJESTIC THEATRE .CITY PHONE 1722 YOU CAN GET GOOD PR1NT- ING AT THE Surely, All This Discomfort is of No Real Advantage What, dear housewives, does all this toil and dis- comfort avail? Is your bread better, purer, more health- ful? No! Model Bakery is the very kind you Lake pledged to the same principles of purity as you use the same cleanly care, we hake as well. Model Bakery Brand is the home kind baked on a larger :scale. It.costs you .less than a loaf costs you when you bake it you check your coats carefully you'll find that true. Buy a loaf of Model Bakery Bread today, ask'your family's opinion of its crispness, its thorough its real su periority. You won't bother with Home made bread again. Ask your grocer or phono 1175 and the rig will call. N. J. SCHWEITZER, Prop. The Modern VINOL We have -Deceived another shipment of which is especially recommended for less of appetite, exhaustion, general weakness and thai tired feeling, WE ARE THE EXCLUSIVE AGENTS. a bottle J. D. Higiobotham Co. i'Albert-Vs Pioneer Druggists." The Wholesale retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. K2 Winnipeg. Aug. tremendous break occurred in all markets today, with AViimipeg leading the way. Oc- tober closed GVjC. lower, Dec. low- er and "May lowec. Oats -vere down for October and iower for December. Barley dropped %c. Flax was Se down for October and 7% lower for November. Minneapolis wheat was down 5Hc for September, for December and for May. A big trade developed on the sharp break today. The public caught by their stoploss and early the selling developed. The news bearish all day with a good report: from Saskatchewan. j Exporters were good bjyers on the: break and the big firms aiso bought! well but the public were panicky. I Russell's News gave bushels of wheat worked at seaboard for ex- j port. j Cagh demand was good for wheat, indifferent for oats and fair for bar- ley. MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg Wheat- Get............. 147% 142U Dec............. Slay............ 147% Oct. 49% Dec............. 46% Oct............. IDS 197 Dec............. 203 197H, Minneapolis: 14S% 144-% Chicago: I September 142 137% jjeceraner.......... 145 141% May.............. 14S% H5 Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern 145% i j No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern .....-.....-___ '13S No. 5 Northern.............. 12814 No. 6 Northern UlU No. 2 C. W. 48% No. 3 C. W............. 46% Extra No. 1 Feed......... 46% NO. 1 Feed 45% No. 2 Feed 45 No. At Vancouver Fair, 1915 Bread baked from OUR.BEST FLOUR Avon first in open eoin- pctition with bread baked from all brands. Tliis prize was won by a twelve year old girl. Only EXCEPTIONALLY good flour irill produce results of this lilud. Ellison Milling Elevator Co JOHN GILMORE'S QUAKER BREAD, WE USE THE VERY BESTl FLOUR IN MAKING QUAKER I BREAD AND OUR AIM INl BAKING IT IS TO JRING OUT! TO-THE FULLEST-EXTENT! POSSIBLE THE NATURALl SWEET WHOLESOME FLAV-F OUR OF THE WHEAT. THAT I IS THE REASON OF THE] NUTTY FLAVOR OF BREAD. 48% 46 i FURNACES AND Sheet Metai Work Geo. K. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK so No. 4................... 76 Rejected............... 6S Feed.................. 6S No. 1 N. W. 194 No. 2 C. W.................. 190% SATURDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES Calgary: Steers to heifers ?6 to S5.75; cows, 15.35 to hogs, to s'neep, ?7.50 to Chicago: Steers, to cows, 53.30 to hogs, to 510.45; sheep to 511.35. LOCA MARLKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES TRACK PRICES: Wheat................---- 130% Oats....................... 39% Flax....................... 178 Wagon Prices: Wheat 124 Flax....................... 171 Oats..................... 27 Barley ................___ 57 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 6 Fat cows, c% to 6. Sheep Choice killing wethers, sheared, i killing'ewes, shear- ed, 7. Select hogs, 150-200 Ibs, 10. White House Cook Boston Cook Book................. Mrs. Beaton's Cook Book Holt's.Core and Feeding of Children. Robertson's Book Store OLD -BENTLEY, STAND 118 Sth'STREET S. PHONE 1265 Barley Cutting Starts D. E. Harris oE the United Grain j Producers returned this morning from a weelt-enci tour ot the Cardston dist-j rict. He states that the. crops ill that section are rather green as yet hut cutting will he in full swing shortly. In the JIagrath district barley cut- ting lias started and .wheat cutting start the latter part of the week. OKAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co, Limited. OTflc P. R. Freight 8ht Office 1163 Stiblal J) CASE THX RELIABLE Threshing Machinery Write, phone or call fo prices and terms. M. P. Johnston Co. ALBERTA BLOCK, PHONE 661 Harvest! Work Men wishing to work in har- vest fields should come to Leth- bridge between 15th and 25th of August. WE GUARANTEE WORK AT GOOD J. Harris Go. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS LETHBRIDGE GRAIN! Unequalled facilities for secur- ing reliable Information regard- ing Grain. 'Frequent quotations. -All markets. You arc invited to make fres use of this service. Ask-for bids on your carlots of grain. Private wires to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Baircl Bottcrcll, Union Sank Building, ARCH. E. REESOR, Mgr. Phone 1599. alii) Fernie, Aug. Ferguson, the missionary department of the Presbyterian assembly, was In Far- nie Thursday night and met the board of management of Knox church and that hody adopted a modified 'propos- ition for co-operation with the Meth- odist congregation here, the propos- been accented by tlie of- ficial committee of the Presbyterian church which has..the arrangement In hand in conjunction with the nihiuar bodies of llio other two churches. It now the Methodist local hoard to ratify thin action to finally thp stops taken to unite .the congregations for re-1 ngious services during the winter un-1 Ul9 (jf jini It ft, pi j" ly, of the Methodist church -hero. THE WHITE LUNCH CAFE Newly-tenovatecl and Enlarged In order to accomodate out' increasing number ot natrons we have enlarged our quarters and added A Dining Room The Best and Cheapest Place to Eat in the City Now THE WHITE LUNCH CAFE FIFTH STREET ;