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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beit a Day Hole) in Alberta The Sweetest Prairie Flour tf Taylor Made Your Last Chance to Get Red Raspberries for Preser- ving Below Regular Prices One more lot of first class fruit for tomorrow only. Price pen-rail', Preserve Apricots Now THIS IS ABSOLUTELY THE LAST SHIPMENT OF ANY SIZE THAT WE WILL HAVE THIS SEASON A LARGE SHIPMENT IN TODAY. THE SEASON IS SHORT AND THJS PRICE IS RIGHT. WE HAVE EVERY REASON TO BELIEVE THAT THIS WILL BE THE VERY LOWEST THEY WILL BE THIS YEAR. IN FACT WE ARE ADVISED THAT THERE MAY NOT BE ANY WITHIN A VERY DAYS. PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW. A FULL LINE OF FRUIT JARS AND FRUIT JAR RUBBERS AT LOWEST PRICES. THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STOKE PHONE 525 Willard's Forkdipt Chocolates THE MOST DELICIOUS CHOCOLATE ON THE MARKET. In bulk at 50c ptr pound. In boxes at 35c to each. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. ,-lSEFLESIIE I' Washington, USA, Aug. ident "Wilson" late today completed a definite plan for the settlement of the thraatened railroad strike which, he -will submit tomorrow to the general committee of 640 representatives 6E the employees and the managers' committee. The.plan Involved tbo ac- ceptance of a basis of eight hour day, with regular pay for overtime and 'an investigation by a committee of other issues. SIR ROBERT BORDEN WILL MAKE QUICK TRIP IN WEST Ottawa. Aug. Robert Borclen has definitely abandoned bis trip to England this year. Sir Georfe Foster has been able to lake up with 'the MARKETS "Winnipeg 31 fin.. Aug. wheat-closed lower for October; down for December and down for May. Oats, were VBC down for October and !BC higher Tor De- cember. Barley was lower. Flax dropped 4 cents in October -option, cents in November and cents in December options. Minneapolis wheat was down for September, down for December and down for May. The United States markets made some recoveries from the low points but Winnipeg closed around these points. Tlic difference in the decreases were widely spread showing j the working of the spreading man. The trade today consisted mostly of scalping and spreading. It was light compared with tho first two days 01 [be week. The small traders today were all at sea. The big Fellows may unload at any minute and freeze them out, while they do not like to head j back, but they still feel bullish. The j British, authorities all questions at-; news coming in was mostly inclined fee ting Canadian interests, so that it to Ihe bear side. Continual offerings from the big firms were responsible for the weakness. These offers were absorbed lor some time but they be- came loo much Tor the floor crowd will not be necessary for the premier to visit the Old Country. "With his trip lo Great Britain off Sir Robert plans to visit western Can- ada. Ne- definite arrangements for and wheat went Winnipeg mar- ihe tour have yet been-made, but it is ket was the centre of all eyes during likely the premier will leave Ottawa, the day. There would have been ap for the prairie about the last in I good advance in the morning if Win- j September. Outside of a flying irip.aipeg had not been weak. Arrived! The XCAY !Xii.2C. Folding Autographic Brownie Camera Makes Pictures inches. This new size is bound to be one of the moat popular of the Brownie family. Come in and let us show it to you. Price .fiO.OO With R. R. Lense, Other Brownies from S1. to ?12. Kadaks from to 550.00. Tie Red Cross Drag Book Limited PHONE 555. CITY AND DISTRICT Red Cross Excursion The receipts from tbe Heel Cross ex- cursion recently to Sarcee ivere ?300. Baptist Prayer Meeting There will be u inid-wuek prayer meeting tonight at eight o'clock in jthe Hnutist 0. Baker in 1 charge. Martin WoolF Visitor Martin M.L.A., is in the city today from Cardston. He says the i crops are still green there but will Iconic in fast now that the ground 'has dried out some from the last rain. The heads are filling well. Some, of the grain is down badly, especially heavy oats. Harvesters Arriving C. Rossiter, of Harris Co., re- j turner! this morning from Calgary. Ho latates that harvesters arc beginning to arrive iu that city in large num- bers'. There is a. report in the north- ern city that there arev men from Vancouver coming. Undergoes Operation C. Bennett, of Sixth street, under- went an operation iu Gale hospital this morniug. to Winnipeg a year ago last Christ- mas, this is the first trip ihe premier has been able to arrange west ot the 'Great Lakes since the 1911 election. Boulton's Auto Livery Closed Car. Hospital ami Train Calls a I' Specialty. Bate to any part ol City: 1 Passenger -50c 2 or 3 Passengers The cash demand was fair. Ex- porters did nothing in the futures but ivere good buyers in the cash mar- ket. FUTURES Winnipeg October 145 142% December......... May Oats: October 4S% December......... 46ft Flax: October 20054 201 185 195', 76 150% 149% 142 liOTi 14ti 150 AUCTION SALE Household Furniture TOMORROW, THURS., AUG. 17 AT TWO O'CLOCK at 1620 Second Avenue A. North W. L. WILSON, Auctioneer" IS FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM J. P. UNSWORTH, ESQ., WHO IS LEAVING FOR EASTERN CANADA TO SELL THE FOLLOWING: 1 three-piece mahogany parlor suite, upholstered In silk; 1 heavy oak rocker; centre tablet; 1 ladies' secretaire; 1 velvet pile carpet square; 1 oak jardinere stand; 1 electric reading lamp; 1 pair portieres; 2 very choice oil puintings; 1 sur. oak buffet, with heavy bevel plate glass mirror; 1 round extension table, pedestal; 1 set oak dlnera, upholstered in leather; 1 tapestry square; 1 heavy white enamel iron bed, brass trimmings; spring and mattress; 1 1 chiffioner; 1 white enamel iron bed, 1 elf.ctrlc Iron, 1 hammock; 1 drop head jewing machine; 1 six hole range with high closet and hot water connection (McClary's I kitchen table, wringers, tubs, blindg, curtains, dishes, kitchen utensils, etc. SPECIAL hens and 1 cockerel, thoroughbred, silver laced Wyandottec. Also about 12 spring chickens of the same.breed. GOODS CAN BE.SEEN.ANY TIME NOW. TERMS CASH. N0 RESERVE AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE: 403 5th St. 9. Corner 4th Ave. Phone 1856 nr 1023. Mar Barley: October Minneapolis wheat September...... Chicago wheat: September....... December May............ Winnipeg Cssh Prices Xo. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 Xo. 5 >Tor...l27K No. Oats: No. 2 C. W................-...48 No. 3 0. W. 4711 Extra No. 1 Feed......... No. 1 Feed................ 46 Barley: No. 3 78 No. 4 71 Rejected.................. us Flax No. 1 N. TV. C....... 193 No. 2 C. 183M TUESDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES I Steers SS.OO to ?6.6B: Iieif-, ers J5.75; cows ?5.35 to ?5.65: hogs 511.10 to sheep 56.50 to 58.00X 50.60 to cows S3.60 to 18.35; hogs to f 10.62; sheep 53.25 to 511.15. LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices TRACK PRICKS: v j Wheat.................. 131% 3914 Flax.................... 177 Wason Prices: Wheat.................. 324 Flax......... 1G7 Oats 38 Barley.....................57 LIVESTOCK'PRICES Choice steers. 8 lo Fat cows, 5% to G. Sheep Choice killing wethers, sheared, killing ewea, shear- ed, 7. Select IIOES, 150-200 10. KODAKS Of all sizes, fitted with RAPID RECTILINEAR LENSES, AN- ASTIGMAT LENSES and the AUTOGRAPHIC feature, always in stock. Prices from to Buy your next supplies from us. Our slock is -replenished every month and is the most complete in the west v Ask for the 1916 Kodak Cat- alogue. J. D. Higinbotham Co. "Alberto's Pioneer Druggislt-" The_______ Wholetzln ar.d retail chemiltf TELEPHONE NO. 322 FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Geo. K. Dixon 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK Additional Names In the matriculation examination rc- siiiits the name Ausien SkeiLh appears j in addition lo those successful iu pass- ing Grade XI. whose names appeared last week iu the Herald. Former Lethbridce Men Major Belcher of the ISStli and H. T. Cherry of that unit, which loft Calgary Jlonday, are old Lethbridge residents. .Major Cherry was in business here for some years, while Major Belcher is a sou of the rommci-aer of the 138th, Col. Belcher C.M.G., formerly inspector of mount- ed police here. Salberg Grain Company MEANS 'Satisfaction' Why not let us handle 'your wheat? You can get in direct touch with us at all times which is impossible when doing busi-' ness with firms hundreds of miles away. Prices and bids willingly given at all times. Quick, efficient and careful ser- vice. Salberg Grain Co. Hull Block, Lethbridge. J. H. TALLING, Local Manager. PHONES 1530. Residence 572.. At Vancouver Fair, 1915 Ernul baked from OUK BEST FLOUH won first prize in open com- petition with, bread baked i'rom all brands. This prize, was won by a- twelve year old girl. Only EXCEPTIONALLY good flour will produce results o( tills kind. Ellison Milling Elevator Co JOHN GILMORE'S QUAKER BREAD ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR ABOUT QUAKER BREAD, OR ASK YOUR FRIENDS. YOU WILll FIND THAT QUAKER BREAD IS THE CHOICE OF ALL WHO. APPRECIATE GOOD BREAD THREE TIMES A DAY, OR BETTER YET ASK YOUP- GROCER TO SEND YOU QUAK- ER BREAD NEXT TIME. White House Cook Book Boston Cook Mrs. Beaton's Cook Book.......... Holt's Care and Feeding of Children.. Robertson's Book Store OLD BENTLEY STAND 1185th STREETS. PHONE 1265- CASE THE RELIABLE Threshing Machinery Writs, phone or call for prices and terms. 31. P. Johnston Co. ALBERTA BLOCK, PHONE 651 Both antisoptlc and cleansing, Rex- all ''03" Shrinlpco Paste leaves the hair 'smooth, ilie scalp clean. S5c at Rexall DniE fiio.lPS only. J. D. Hlfin- botham Co., Limited, Druggisis. Advertisement. FOR BILL POSTING DISTRIBUTION OF BOOK- LETS, CIRCULARS, ETC. SEE L. S. BKMVN MAJESTIC THEATRE CITY PHONE 1722 YOU'CAN GET GOOD PRINT- THE 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 WAGES J. Harris Co. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS LETHBRIDGE MONTREAL GLASGOW Large steamers. Excellent service. Cassandra Aug. 22 Athenia Sept. 12 Saturnia Sept. 19 Cassandra .........-.....Sept. 26 Tickets and other information from any railroad or steamship "DONALDSON LINE H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg. 449 Main St. Ph. M. 5312 Vancouver, B.C. 531 Granville St. Ottawa, Aug. BigBar ha; heen promoted brigadier-genera] fo: services, director of transportation; Recruiting Cyclists Lieut. II. Hoberlson .la recruiting a, plaloon of cyc.lsLs at 121 Sill Avc. W. Calgary, and will have charge of the plaloon. .Major DeKam of Sarcse camp, la In charge ot recruiting aiid Is being assisted by LJout. E. Corbelt of Iho Corps of Guides. Thirty men are wanted, between the ages of 18 and 30 preferably. Tho men would be dis- patch riders And il IB likely they would he Issued.with motorcycles, au soon ao they get to England, which will he about, the flret of the year. Thli is a good chance for motorcycle flenria to get Into a branch of IbaL should appeal lo Grace Coal Mine 10 Miners Wanted GOOD ROOMS AND VENTIL- ATION. STEADY WORK APPLY GRACE COAL MINE LETHBRIDGE ANNOUNCEMENT St. Mary's W. A. arc holding a lawn social oii Mrs. Mockford's lawn on Thursday. 17th August. Prizes I Tor competitions, chickens and rabhits. I ICvftrybody welcome. BIRTHS Home, on August Hlh at the Van Ilaarlom Private Hospit- al to llr. Walter E. Van iioiTiC, a sen. THE WHITE LUNCH CAFE Newly-renovateji and Enlarged In order to accAinoilute 0111- i iicrca.sing number of patrons AVC have enlarged our quarters and added A Modernly-Equipped Dining Room The Best and Cheapest Place to Eat in the City Now THE WHITE LUNCH CAFE FIFTH STREET ;