Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HOTEL WINDSOR Beat a Day Hotel in Alberta The Sweetest Prairie Flour is Taylor Made If It's Fruit or Groceries our Week-end Specials Will Interest You A GOOD SUPPLY OF APPLES, PEARS, PEACHES, APRICOTS, BLACKBERRIES, CANTELOUPES, GREEN CORN ON THE COB. RIPE TOMATOES, ETC. FRUIT SPECIALS BLUEBERRIES, APRICOTS. Noiv is the time to preserve them. Per crnto Per basket RED RASPBERRIES. 1C wo got any two baskets Tor 23c Per crate BLACKBERRIES. Per basket 15c APPLES. Duchess. Extni Cine cookers, 4 Ibs Z5c Per sandpit crate 52.25 PEARS. Bnnlctis. per basket PEACHES. For slicing, per basket......... 50c j tins for GROCERY SPECIALS JAM: Rose brand. Apple and Strawberry and Applo and Raspberry, -t Ib. pulls 50c CRAB APPLE JELLY. Pure. 4 Ib. pails, cnch 60c DILL PICKLES. Gallon jars, each Gnlion Pails, each PRUNES. 10 Ib. boxes, GO-70's, each ......51.15 RICE. Finest Slum, 4'i Ibs. for............. 25c BEANS. California Small Davos, 4 Ibs. for 25c PORK 4 BEANS. Quaker brand. Size 1's. BLUEBERRIES, per !b 20q BLUEBERRIES. Per 10 pound box 51.60 CANTELOUPES. Each 15c and 2 for 35c GREEN CORN ON THE COB. All good solid eari ]Jor dozen RIPE TOMAYOES. Per 65c CUCUMBERS, 3 for 25c GINGER SNAPS. make. j Ibs. Cor COCOA. Tctley's. "Vi Ib. tins, each KAMS. Gordon, Ironsides Fares Pack. Large size, but good quulily. Hair or whole hams, per Ib. ROLLED OATS. Robin Hood. Tubes, each 25c 10e 25c 20c Edison Phonographs COME IN'AND HEAR THE NEW EDISON DIAMOND AMBEROLA. THE LATEST THING IN PHONOGRAPHS. NO NEEDLES. INDESTRUCTIBLE RECORDS. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. THE GOOD CO. HIGH'CLASS GROCERIES NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. MARKETS Winnipeg, Aug. wheat closed higher for October, up for December and 4% better for May. Oats were up for October and Tic better for December. Barley was up. Flax gained 3c in Octo- ber, November and 3c in Decem- ber. Minneapolis wheat was 4% to SVsCJ while the Free Press reports showed I more damage than was expected in j Manitoba. This caused most of the i buying. The trade is not in as good hands as a week ago. Then the mar- jket would have been forced up quickly and there would have been a panic. Today the" market, was never wild. The cash market saw a good demand for wheat and oats' with light receipts in both. Barley and flax were dull. Winnipeg, Aug. Is- sued loday for the provincial consti- tuency of Ruperts' Land which com- prises Churchill and Grand Haplds in the old legislature. Nominations will be held September 16th-and the elec- tion on October 20th. There are four men who are expected to ccnteat the'} riding anrt Ihey are Dr. Larose, Liber- al- John Morrison, Independent-Lib- eral: John Ray, Conservative: Wil- liam Berch, live. It is said to be the largest.and least populated riding in Manitoba. FUTURES Winnipeg wheat: October...... HI December 135'i May............... H5 143 147% 192 195 143 147 higher for September. 5 to 5Uc up lor December and 4% better for Ma-v i Though the trade was professional pjax. in character today, and only of October um volume, wheat made a sensational; advance. The price worked siearlily: higher during the day, and even though 3entember the offerings by the profit lakers Cnicago wneat: were sometimes heavy they were all I September absorbed and wneat never looked like i December -weakening. Most of the trade was.; __ scalping and spreading. i The cause of it all indicates the; Winnipeg Cash Prices further reports of damage throughout No. 1 Nur.-.laOVi Nor.. the prairie provinces. LeCount andlXo. 3 No. 4 Nor.-.lSoV: lESiia weVe on the crop Xo. 5 No. 6 Xor...ll9% LC.TEEPLE The Store of High Quality hnd Low Price Fruit and Vegetables Red Raspberries, 2 bask, lor 25c New Apples, 4 Ibs. for..... 25c llemors, large size 40c 40c 50c Peaches', per doz 25c Peaches, per basket 40c Plums, bluer per basket BOc New.Potatoes, 12 Ibs. for 25c Tcmatees, fancy B. C.( Ib. 15c Tanglefoot, 4 double sheets -for lOc Fly-catchers, 4 coils for----- lOc Xvilson'B Fly Poison luc Celery, fancy, B.C., 2 Ibs. for 25c Olives, plain or stuffed, per 15c, 20c, JOc. 40c Marmalade, 1 Ib. glass 25c Lard anil Cooked Meats Boiled Ham, :sliccd, per Ib. 40c Roast Ham, with dressing, per Ib We Lunch loaf, tllcta; -per' Ib: 25c Jellied Tongue, sliced, Ib. 35c Back Bacon, verv choice, per Ib 30c 3 pail o pail 10 Ib. pail 55c GENERAL GROCERIES 3tone Crocks for butter or Pickles In 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 gallonVper gallon '25c Cups, and- Saucers Clover Leaf, reg. 92.00 per doz., on sale for.................. Water Glasses, regular 91.00 per 'doz., on sale for 75c Cups and Saucers, plain white, Tnis week J1.40 O'Cedar Mops, reg. 75 for 65c .O'Cedar Mops, reg. 1.25 fur O'Cedar Polish 50c Liquid-Veneer, per bottle, and Welch's Grape. Juice, per bot- tie 10e, 25e, 50c, Lime. Juice, per bottle.......3ic Ralpberrv Vinegar, per bot, 35c Lemonade, per tin 15c 25c Potted Meets, asst., 4 tins 2Sc Sirdlr.es, Canadian, 4 tins 25c Lobster; In glass 30c Ramsay's. Empire Sodas, tin .pall, reg. 3Sc for........25c red Sockeye, large tlni................25c Salmon, pink, lirge tins, two 25e Mil rid Salmon, small tins each 15c Evaporated Logan Berries, per package.............20c Evaporatld Cherries, pkg... 25c ..Fruit Jars, Perfect seal, pinUs, per doz................ 91-00 Quarts, per doz. Pork and Beans, Clark's? 3 tins for................ 2ac Perk and Beans; Helnz's, 2 tins for 25c Soup, Snidei-'s large tins 15c Corn Flakes, 3 for.........25c Grape Nuts, per package 15c Shredded Wheat, 2 for 25c Creim of Wheat, per pkg. 20c Wash Day Specials R.C. or G.W. Soap, per package of six bars.............. 20c Sunlight, 11 bars for.......50c Gold. Soap, large bar, 5 for 25c Ivory Soap, 6 bars 25c Toilet Soap, 10 varieties, put up 3 a box, good'value 30c and 35c, this week per box.................... 2Sc Palmojive, 2 cakes for 25c Albert Shaving stick, on sale for.................... 15c Washing Golden West, 2 pkgs. for........4ic PHONE 515 DOMINION 4th: AVE. AND ttth STREET SOUTH. Oats: Xo 2 C TV...4SS NO...S C. W...-1S N'o. 1 Feed.. Xo. 2 Feed... Baricy: Xo. 3 ....78 No. 4 .......74 Flax: No. 1 X.W.C 19231 No.-2 C. W. 1S9W THURSDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES Calgary: Steers S6.30 to ers ?5.50 to 55.85: cowsl J5.50 to J5-7o; ho2s. 511 to ?11.50; sheep ?7.50 to S9.00. Chicago: Steers S6.65 to SS.80; 5375 to hogs 58.00. to sheep, S3.25 to.511-25 LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices TRACK PRICKS: Wheat.............-...... 13aH Oats'..................... 40K Flax............ Wagon Prices: Wheat 129 Flai 168 Oats ..37. Barley.................. 59 LIVESTOCK PRICES to Fat cows. 5JX: to 6. Sheep Choice killing weth'ers. sheared, killing shear- ed, 7. Select hogs, 150-200 Ibs, 10. Just Arrived! 'Thc'Xcw No. 20. Folding Autographic Brownie Caiiicrii Makes Pictures. inches- This new sire is bound to be one of the most popular of the Brownie family. Come in and let us show it to you. Pricc.fi9.00 With R. R...Lense, Other Brdwnies 'from to Kodaks fromV.OO to 1'-. The Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited PHONE 555. I CITY AND DISTRICT Officer 0 Visitor Lieut. C. M. Scadden of tlie 113th Is in Hie city from Sarcee camp. Inspecting His Land G. H. Bridge of Galesburg, 111., is in the city in connection with land he owns south or-the city. Land Dealer Here John II. Downs the Spokane limcl dealer, who Is interested in Southern I Alberta properties, is in the city. No Elks Meeting Tonight The Elks will not hold their sched- uled meeting tonight but will meet fm Friday evening. Aug. 25th. Milliner From Winnipeg Mian Goodh'and, a milliner Irom Win- nipeg, lias arrived in the city to ac- cept a position, at Miss Tllney's millin- ery store. To Have Charge of Hoteli Ben Metcalfe, chief auditor of the Empire Hotel Co., ot Calgnry, Is to have charge of the Alexandra and Lethbridge hotels durine the absence or Mr. and Mrs. are leaving on a month's trip to Pacific coast cities. At Vancouver Fair, 1915 Bread bnltcil from OUR BEST FLOUR won firsl- prize in open com- petition Avith bread baked i'rom all brands. This prize was won by a twelve year old-girl. Only EXCEPTIONALLY good Clour -will produce results of this kind. Ellison Milling Elevator Co JOHN G1LMORTS QUAKER BREAD TRUE ECONOMY MEANS GETTING FULL VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY. BUYING QUAK- ER BREAD IS MORE ECON- OMICAL THAN BAKING YOUR OWN BECAUSE YOU HAVE NO WASTE WITH IT. YOU GET IT FRESH EVERY DAY AND JUST THE AMOUNT YOU NEED. Fernie, Aug. Consul-Wood- ward, of Vancouver, was here yes- terday on a trip ol Inspection 'ot the iniernment camps In the province. Consul Alger reports a most favorable condition at the Mo'rrJsBey cainpi end speaks very highly of the 'efficient manner in which Major Shaw .la Jock- Ing after the needs of the Internes. I Consul Alger was penn.tleU''to go] through all the camp and cfonverio freely with the inmates. He (blind notj a word of complaint from any of them i except that, they were detained. U. S. Consul George N. AVest has re-1 turned to the post at Vancouver, tb: relieve Consul Mansfield, who has been] transferred to Stockholm. Mr. West was Vancouver Consul several years before being sent to Kobe, Japan; from whence Tie hag but recently .returned to Vancouver. KODAKS Of all tfzes, fitted with RAPID RECTIL1NEARHENSES, AN; ASTIGMAT LENSES and the AUTOGRAPHIC feature, alwayi in stock. Prices from to ...Buy your .next .lupplies from ui. Our stock is replenished every month and is the mott complete in the west. Ask for the 1916. Kodak Cat- alogue. J. D. HigiobothamfcCo. "Alberta's Pioneer Druggliti." The StOri Wholeule and reUil chenilttl TELEPHONE NO. 322 Filtration Bylaw Here Copies of the filtration bylaw drawn up by Clarke and Swabey of Toronto, arrived this morning and will he sent to Edmonton tomorrow with Actine City Clerk Oliver, who will lay It before the Utilities Board on Monday. It approved the bylaw will he publish- ed on Tuesday and voting will take place about three weeks from that date. Commissioner Freeman who is running' the city during the absence of. the mayor and Commissioner Grace, IB rushing the measure so that- the vote will not be delayed- Handsome New Lunch Room The Ale-iandra har has recently been transformed into a very hand- somely equipped and furnished buffet and lunch room, which will be open- ed to the public next Monday or Tues- day. Jlusic of a special nature is to be provided all day, .and a singer will give selections at staled hours during the day and evenlne. A new singer will he provided each week. The place. has been beautifully remodelled, and will likely prove a popular eatine place. respected- by'- his acquaintances, ite leaves two. married daughters and a son now somewhere in the U. S-.He was a Scotchman by birth, and had lived with his-daughter some time in Calgary. No More Recoveries No more bodies have been recovered from the Number Three Mine east at Michel, and. that part. of the mine where the work has been carried on in the search'becoming too dangerous because of. .threatening caves and the presence be closed off for a time, and the work qf cleaning up the mine will be taken up by the man- in .accordance with the in- structions of Chief Mine Inspector Gra- ham. FOR BILL POSTING DISTRIBUTION OF BOOK-. LETS, CIRCULARS, ETC. SEE L. H. UROWNT MAJESTIC THEATRE CITY. PHONE. 1722 YOU CAN GET PRIMT- ING AT THE FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Gco. R. Dlxoji Co., PHONE REAR STAFFORD JLOCK PLEASED WITH CIIY John C. Elliott, member o[ the On- tario legislature for West Middlesex, i is In the city from Ed- Imonton with Hon. Duncan Marshall and party yesterday. Mr. Elliott has a farm in Alberta and is greatly pleased with this year's crops. Sneak- Ing of. Ontario business conditions -he gaid they could not be much better. The towns and cities are all humming with business. The spring was very wet In Ontario and spring crops are npfat all good, but winter whuat and hay are excellent crops and tak- en off. in good condition, July having been a hot, dry month. He Bays lab- orers are scarce In the east and only a limited number will come from On- tario 'for the western harvest. tr Grace Coal Mine 10 Miners Wanted GOOD ROOMS AND VENTIL. Xt'OX- STEADY'WORK APPLY GRACE COAL MINE LETHBRIOOE T ji (Spcclnl tn [lie Fcrnle, Aug. H. A. Wllkes held an Inquest upon the death pt Kwen Livingstone, the man who committed suicide at Goal Creek Tues- day night. Hie Jury finding death to have bean nelMnfllcted while tlio man was suffering from alcoholic insanity, lir. Livingstone had been an em- phyon. oi the Crow'n Nent Conl Cir. for acme time and have been wollj Office Furniture We find yve need the room so are clearing out Roll Top, Flat and Standing Detka at reduced prices- Tilting and aide chain alto reduced. OFFICE DIARIES FOR 1917 NOW. ON HAND. Robertson's Book Store OLD BENTLEY STAND 118 PHONE 1265 Work was resumed-thls morn, the new Number Eight, mine acn the valley from the scene oi the cent disaster, so that in all parts District. Eighteen, work is now pri grcsains under .the new wage scale, f Big Meeting H. C. Brewster and M. A. Macdonall the two war horses; of..the LiberJ campaign, whose efforts, aided Parker Williams and Mr. Place, haj put the. Bowser gOTernment upon strictly defensive attitude throughoii the province, will reach Fernie. nej Tuesday afternoon, and will speak T the evening to the people of this i trict at what promises to be the lar eat and most enthusiastic meeting ever held in Fernie. WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting. Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 762 Mr. FARMER, will break down once .in awhile but remember you can't afford to wait for repairs on your auto (luring harvest. Buy the NEW FORD at Because y.Qii can get any parts or repairs Right at Home The Ford Garage 1232 Avenue Soiilh. Phone 633.