Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY Hotel Windsor Just tfee Natural Wheat Taylor Made the Per Basket per case Two ivr Baiket BI.ACKBERRIES-Per basket............. 15c. APPLES-Six pounds tor case..............W-IO OES_por basket.......... nHEEN PEPPERS, Per pouud CORN ON COB, B. 20o. OREtN KErr COOKED COLD MEATS KOAST WITH DRESSING 0X TONGUE-Sliced. per pound Sliced; per.pound ROAST pound VEAL pound office THE GOOD CO HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER ..58 50 M- .01 VULCANIZING ING A AUTO TIRE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY WORK GUARANTEED _ Old Sporting St. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR "Crystal Brand" Creamery Butter The Bent Fresh Butter on the CR1STAL DAIRY Lethbridge 1576 MOTS THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg; Aug. and dosing prices ou the local gram exchange today 101 '101 106% 64 .5? Threshing Machinery For Sale Cheap JT h.p. Case Engine. 40-S2. Case Separator. 2S-50 Case Separator. All on good terms Also new Case machinery and Stiftle'bsker auto. All in fine shape CALL. PHONE OR WRITE M. P. Johnston Co. Lethbridge October December I May October September October 'October 142k I Chicago. Wheat September luo December 104, Minneapolis Wheat September [December Mav LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary Hogs ?SOO steers ?b 40 'iSooO heifers 3600 Chicago Hogs JHa.56.30 cattle 00 S10 25 lOOi- 100 s iosy, 50% H3V4 105% 104% 10S1) 10214 101r 106% Kdmonton Uattlrford.. clear Saskatoon loose Jaw, -clear 'oremost, cloudy >ort Arthur s'elson...........'.' ;ed Deer, cloudy cloudy laclco'd, cloudy ledicine Hat, 'fair 'rince Altert [cgina Vinnipeg, clear The weather over the prairie prc- has been mostly clear with jhowers in Saskatchewan and Alberta. Forecast.......... few local thunder storms but generally fine and cocl few scattered showers, hut generally fair today and on Fri day. Friday cooler. LOCATMARKETS LOCAL .'GRAIN PRICES 1.19 93 41 1.06 46 HAY 10.50 10.50 9.50 LUMBER Boi Sale in Carload Lois Direct from Mill to Consumer I have Million Fept loi sale tail At Wholesale Price. Local 'cash, price for wheat I .Wheat- I Oats Flax Barley BUYING PRICE FOR 1 unothv, baled, ton >.o 1 alfatia, haled ton ,No 1 Biuejotnt BUYING PRICES FOR Lettuce 16c to 20c "unches Onions, grace, me to 20e a aoz 15c to SOc a doz bunch E Green peas, per ft t cents Head lettuce, per doz 20tci 30c New carrots, doz Dnnches. 20c beets per do? bunches 20c N'ew per doz hunches 20c Saw potatoes, per ton, Us 00 Cauliflower 600 dozen Cabbage, per cwt Corn oillob-ll to 201 i. doz each Llveitock and Poultry "Choice steers, 6 to Pat cows, 5? to Cc Sheep-Choice killing wethers, 6e Sheep-Choice tailing ewes IT T. oiK 01 E. R. J. Forster 626 '10th Street South, Phone 1793 Lethbndge SS 84 78 78 82 57 52 55 51 53 55 Bli 46 60 50 CITY ASP Straightforward Drug Selling It should 'be obvious to all drug buyers that ice never mis- represent quality nor attempt to overcharge! The letter and spirit of our advertisements and verbal state- ments are rigidly adhered to. 'Those who -are not familiar with drugs can buy here with absolute assurance of satisfac- tion. "The.custpuier is the Boss at our Store." WE WANT. YOUR TRADE. Tie Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Absolutely the Best Value! Christian C urch PJcnic The Christian Endeavor of the Christian cnurch will unite with the Sunday school in picnic to he held tomorrow afternoon weather permit ting The picnic -vvili be held nt the river bottom, and all who are desir- ons of obtaining conveyance to tne grounds are asked to meet at the church at three' Another Heavy Storm Another heavy electrical storm swept over southern Alberta .last ening but so far can be learned the damage from hail was practicalls verv small. The only district report m" han is the countn round Luckj Strike to the south of the citj where the storm appeared at its worst. Wha thes extent of damase there is has not vet been learned but it is ihought to be small All other ricts report nn hail Some hail fell in the city here for a few moments A. G. Spence Big Winner G Spence was-most successful at the poultrs shows held at Saskatoon and Edmonton last week -U the iormer he secuied in the single comb Minorca classes first and third COCK, first and second hen first and sec ond plllet and third cockerel "nhie at Edmonton lie siveot the board with the seme birds and this despite the fact that on account of toe heat he kept his best birds at home With the successes of Percj King brook Bros, Humphrj and Spence it clearly proves that Lethbridge can hold her own in the best of company m the poultrj world ______' Sheep-oi Select hogs, 150 to 3oO fts 6Jc Live Poultry-Springers 8c per ft No 1 fowl, 10 to 12c Dressed Poultry-Fowl, 12 to He Fresh gathered eggs 17c Vo 1 farmers' dairy batter 20c tmd ij derlies aVgentie natural laxative Sold onl W J D Hnpnbottam Co Urn The Reiall Store, lOc, ioc, and SOc 'boxes. MILK AND CREAM PURE under} sanitarj conditions from health} cows Phone R312, North Leth bridge Dairy Turner and WitflwH 1428 Ave N 205-0 The Pbotepl.y that the whole country is talk ing about. The Pictunzed, Ro mantic Novel will WIN YOU form wonderful of fecuon of acnng. Bnmful of ttrilla. YOU offered for m SusgnliM (or to EMPRESS TOMORROAV Open to Lethbridge Exhibitors Call at Board of Trade Building for a Prize List Musical Program at Orpheum WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY Troopers" Paree" Morln1! by Mr. Mouiton Come :True' CARUSO will sing Tolstoi's "Goodbye" m Itillin MR MOULTON One Solo Only at NIGHT FRIGHTS Betwixt Thunder Storms Bur glars and (put pn the soft ped al iBed Bugs'; Hit citizens ol this fair cits are having a h time We can t help much with the first two. .but Mister Bed Bug chance of a snow hall m the nrov erbial hot place when HIGINBOT'HAM'S "BUG FINISH" gets after him.'And your money hack if it doesn't "cure." 35 Cents Put up in half and one gallon cans for HoteH use. That, there is a clever criminal op- erating in Lethbridge is indicated' by another burglary which took place last night, when the home of Supt. F. Walker, of. ,thc C. P. R., 703 6th Avenue, was critcrod and a revolver I and a rifle stolen. The burglary was discovered last night at about eleven o'clock when Mr. and Mrs. Walker returned home alter an absence of about three hours. So well had the thief covered his tracks that there was no clue whatever for she police to work upon. Walker were out for the evening Soon their return at 11 o clock Mr discovered the absence ol Ins intomatic revolve" and a Winchester .22 rifle. The Screens on. the w.inuows were just as thev had left and there were no tracks of mini on the floor, which probably indicates that the crimi was committed before the heavy rain storm commenced The burglar) reported to the CiU police and a con stable immednt-1} investigated bu "there were no cliies.: The neighbor: declared that the; had not seen an) one .around the ipusc durine th night Magistrate Robbed, The Polire Magistrate himself i not immune Irom the depredation o the sneak thief On the 7th instant D II Elton '.ad stolen from his autonobilc wnich wis standing in front of-his house, two Weed auto chains and one inner tube For some reason which has not jet explained he neglected to report tne loss to thL police When till culprit is caught it is likely that the imgis able to give Kings evi- dence himself. PICNIC SANDWICHES, ARE ALWAYS ENJOYED WHEN MADE FROM QUAKER BREAD OOOb, LIGHT, CRISP, FLAKY TVJir.Dl7 THE BAKER GILMUKt Phone. 378-1027 The i Store London vug 19-David Hold George minister of munitions a.i nounced that his department had taken over 190 more cstahlisn nicnts for the production 01 war mu nitionb ihe total number of these plants now under the contrcl ol the Gets Three Months Malcolm McLean, from the Blood Reserve was this morning sentenced to three months hard labor in the Mounted Police Barrafiks w ith the op tion o( a fine of J100 selling liquor to Crop-Eared Wolf, an Indian, by lustices of' the Peace Kerr and Hum phnes at the Mounted Police bar racks Another similar charge ag ainst McLean was dismissed owing to insufficient evidence and another "charge was withdrawn. Raymond Carnival The gold watch to ue H prize for the joung ladv winning tne contest for ,iueen of the Havmond car nal is on displaj in the window of R A Wrights jewelrv store The management is endeavoring to secure a Lethbndge young lady as candidate foi the cainnal The Raymond can didate is now m the field A naif hoi idav to be proclaimed in Loth hridge on the afternoon of August 61 and special trains are oei-g run to Rav mond on that dav and on Septem ber 1, leai ing at 1 n m Charge of Macleod District It is understood that Mr J F Hodgson will have chaige of the Mac leod district inspectorate when he joins the staff of provincial school m specters AUSTRIAN S8UADRON DRIVEN OFF London Aug 0111 client, who is the citv, to soll'the following, which is oUa supeiior quality and in good condition, I j Solid Oak Dresser 1 Oak Dining TaWe 0 Dining Chairs Solid Oak 1 Solid Oak Sideboard 1 Oak Rocker leather uphol 1 Oak Davenport, leather uphol stered _ 1 Oak Comhination Dresser and Coniode 1 Singer Sewing Maclune 1 Centre Table 1 Ice Chest 1 Biass Bed Springs and Mat 1 Iron Bed Springs and Mat tress 1 Child SjCrib i Good Bugs fi yards of Stair Carpet 1 Wicker Chair 1 Child's Wicker Rocker. 1 Wicker Stat.. 1 Range 1 Child's .Chair 1 Baby Carriage 1 High Chair 1 Vacuum .'Cleaner 1 Carpet Sweeper 1 three-burner Gas Stoic 1 large Cupboard 4 Kitchen Chairs 1 Washing Machine 1 Electric Iron 1 large eight day Clock 1 Hammock 1 Kitchen Table 1 Clothes Wringer 1 Square of iLinoIeum 1 pair Spring Eierclsers 6 dozen Fruit Jars 1 Ironing Board 2 Clothes Baskets 1 Storm Door 1 child s Doll Buggy 1 Garbage Can 1 pair family Scales 1 fine China Dinner Set Ana ether Useful Articles too numerous to mention. GOODS MUST BE SOLD. TEAMS CASH JOHNSTON, AUCTIONED.