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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta .HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Bay in Alberta "PEA CE" The End of Bread Battles, by using Taylor Made Bartlett Pears for Preserving HAVE A LARGE SHIPMENT JUST IN. Price iiev case .i 0 PLACE ORDERS FOR BARTLETT PEARS MOW. Freestone Peaches and Italian Prunes BE AT THEIR BEST, IN ANOTHER WEEK OR SO WHILE THE ITAL- wfl I BE THE BEST ABOUND ABOUT THE 10th OF SEPTEMBER. WE WILL HAVE WATCH FOR ANNOUNCE. MENTS IN THIS SPACE. PRICES AND QUALITY GUARANTEED. THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES PROVINCIAL JAIL WHEAT CUT Nearly all the spring wheat at Hie I provincial jail farm Is In Uie Cuttin- on the 100-acre" field has been in progress for a couple of (lays and it will "not long before the crop is safe. Wardenjlivers states that the yield should be 40 bushels to the acre of an exceedingly fine duality. 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. nt-innlc NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. raOJARKETSTQ-DAY x--GRAIN-ANP..LIVESTOCK 'Aug. '22.- Local wheat dropped 2Hc October option, 2c on December and in Ma> options. Oats were %c rower' fdr October anil %c down for May. Barley -was HC low- er Flax dropped 3c in October, in December and SVic in May Minneapolis wheat was 2% down tor Winnipeg Cash P No. 1 Nor... 15 September, lower lor December September, Ic ower or and down tor May General-trade during the da> suliered a lot from the wildness in. pits. -Rumors that several big Chicago interests ,were unloading helped weakness Sere. '-Trade, hpw- ere, was purely local and mostly pro- fessional; -Toward the close the mar- ket oversold and reacted sharply. Volume of trade was lair. A large amount "of wheat changed hands the first half hour Alter that the crowd got toe eicited There was very little spreading done as the market was as often _as_uol bucking and spreaders got stilus when they tried it Export- ers bought a little wheat on drop. In spite of rumors of big export demand; etc there is little port business being No. 3 Nor...15214 No. 5 Xor...l39% Feed...... Oats- No. 2 C. W...50% No. 3 C Extra No. 1 No. 2 Nor. No. 4 Nor No. 6 Nor. .156 .145 .127 12? .50 oO Moving pictures of the crops in the Lethbridge district, as well es a few Lethhridge scenes, taken this week by B. B. DobhB, of Seattle, a representative of the Dobbs-Totum I Film company, by arrangement with he natural, resources department of .he C. P. R.': Mr. Dobbs is securing il- ustrations of the process of irrigation. J. C. Stead, acting chief publicity commissioner -o'f the department of natural resources reached the cit> this Afternoon" and -will cooperate with Mr Dobbs In securing the pic tuies j Rejected' Feed ..SO No. 4 C. Sept. Mai- Minneapolis Wheat 16016 Chicago Wheat 158 149V4 153% 156% MONDAY'S LIVSTOCK PRICES to ers to cows hogs 510.50 to sheep J7.50 to ?8.00. -worked through local markets Pnvater Ch cables today told of 3 to J3.60 B 'cents under most of the shipping. OasFpfemiums were from unchanged to 1 -enl'off for wheat, unchanged to a'hilt cent off for oats, with the de- mand in (both. not so good as on Mon- t TUESDAY'S: GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg wheat Oet: Bec. Mas- Oct. Dec. _ Out, 156 152 156% 202 201% 153% 119% 153% ?6.50 to SS.SO; cows to J9.40; td'511.10; sheep J6.50 to 511.10. LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Track Prices Wheat Oats......'.'-. Flax Barley 68 Waoon Prices. Wheat .....139 Oats 39 -Flax .166- Barley Grape Juice! Serve it'lo Your Guests There is nothing more tempt- ing than Welch's Grape Juice. It's just the'thing to serve to your guests during ad afternoon or evening affair. Keep some in your home .or cail us up any time when you need a single bottle or more. PRICES: each.......... 25c Quarts 50c Half Gallon, each----- 85c Tfce Red Cross Drug Book Co., United PHONE..555. CITY AND DISTRICT Visit South Ranch Pat Burns and W. P. Fleming went through the city last Slight on their way to Milk River where Mr. Burns own a ranch. LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 5% to 6H; --fat cows Sheep: .Choice killing wethers, Select bogs, 150 to 200 Ibs., 10% Alexandra Lunch Counter Buffet HE Alexandra Bar has-been trans- formed into a Lunch Counter and Buffet, beautifully decorated and finished, NOW OPEN Meals Served at All Hours. Special Music All Day, New Lady Singer EacK Week, Will Sing Every Day. (Special to the ..Magrath, -Ufa Aug 22-That the Magrath Creamerj was doing a flour ishing business was the information' gained after a short, conyersatio'il with Joseph A. Harker manager A. readj sale is found for the butter on. account of an eevr-absorbing Alberta and British Columbia Dm ing the, month of July the neat sum of-52400.00 was distributed in the Magrath and llaymoncUdistncts the creameiy mam receiving station at Rav mond. About pounds are turned out- each- week which will be greath increased netft year owing to the large increase in miliji cows two carloads jof young heifers having been shipped into the district from the east this That the farmers or some at least, .intend- enjoying city conveni- ences on the-farm is evidenced by the large brick house under construction by George Bailey. Electric lights will be.furnished from a dynamo run by a gasoline engine, a water system will be installed, water being supplied from a well near by J Take of Your Horses .The-Kurd, the harvest Is.commencing and your horses ,from early morning until late .at night. Keep them condition with Is at Health Resort C..-. S. Farrow, ot' the Lethbridge Laundry, is at present staying at the International Health Resort. Chicago. He is spending two weeks there. Live Stock Shipments The P. Burns Co.. Lethhridge. shipped 11 curs oJ sheep during the past week, 5 cars from Stirling, 3 cars from Milk River and 3 cars from Lethbridge. Moose Meet Tonight Loyal Order of Moose -will hold their regular meeting tonight in the Moose Hall over Higinbotham's drug store at -i'o'clock sharp. A full atendance is, requested. Visiting members are cordially invited. Elks to Meet A meeting of Lethbridse Lodge No. 37 B.P.O. Elks will be held in the K. P..Hall on Thursday evening when every member and applicant must be present. This is an important meet- ing. ,__________ Debentures All Right Vice-Mayor Freeman received word this morning from Acting City Clerk Oliver at Edmonton that all the nec- I essary changes to .the debentures sold to the AV A Co of Toi onto, had been .made by the utilities board and Is nothing now to stop the cm racenmg the cash lor the worth sold. If a 12-year-old Girl Can bake .Bread from OUR BEST FLOUR than any woman can bake out of any other can She Did! You Can Really EXCEPTIONALLY Good Flour Ellison Milling Elevator Co JOHN GILMORE'S QUAKER BREAD QUAKER BREAD NOT A LUXURY.'DR. WILEY, OF THE MOTHER'S MAGA- ZINE, SAYS THAT BREAD' IS THE CHEAPEST AND BEST FOODVTHAT CAN BE BOUGHT TODAY AND PEOPLE SHOULD EAT MORE BREAD AND LESS MEAT. DR. WILEY WAS FOR YEARS HEAD OF THE'PURE FOOD BUREAU OF THE-U. S. GOVERNMENT. STOCK TOXIC 10 pound package 25 pound pail We -No stock al! the other brands J. D. Higinbotham Co. "Aibert-j's pruagisti." The feMdlfc Mort Wholet'ln ard retail chemnti TELEPHONE NO. 322 New Buffet Opens The Alexandra .buffet opened last night m a blaze of elon "Manager Lee has fitted up a handsome but fet and lunch room in the old bar ot the hotel, and music is befllg provided for the entertainment of the amusement seekers The ladi singers weie pies, ont -i-hile a high class pianist has been engage.! The place promises to be a popular resort and is .the first of the kind in Southern Alberta. NOTE PAPER OUR STOCK OF NOTE PAPERS IS VERY LARGE CLUDES EATON, CRANE AND PIKE'S FAMOUS YOU WILL GET THE BEST AT r Robertson's Book Store OLD BENTLEY STAND PHONE 1268 SHORTAGE OF-WHEAT Home Institute of Agriculture repoit are mm rations that the w6rlds wheat supply fill be 25 per cent less tlian last jear New Gas' Regulation? cituens instal in their premises for lighting here aitei tiie> 'ould do well to call at tne city hall and take a look over the recentl} passed bs the city council for the purpose o controlling the use of gas for that purpose. The makes, necessary the construe Ition of to c-rr oft the fumes ana awu of in flammable material from coming in contract with the mantle It is a pro- tective measure of much importance: Extend One .'C.ent- Rate G R Manioch president of the (ioard of Iraile has receded word from the C P R office at Winnipeg that if necessan the one cent rate for harvesters from Lethbridge will be extended after September 1st The rate was put into effect only until that date; but Mr.-Marnoch pointed out that the crop was later than expected and that many harvesters would be placed after the ot the month WHERE TO GO FOB Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 762 Have you smoked lately" "Noblemen" Cigars Railway Construction Corps The following recruits have left ivith the fourth draft for Aralcartier, Leroy Bourns, Walsh, D. Cochrane, J. Leitch, W. J. son, James Jlqddy, Lewis -Rees and j Stanley Munroe, all Lethbridge men. j This battalion is filling np to i [strength but recruiting will continue jin Lethbridge until the end of the j month. Wen who have experience in' pile-driving, bridge-building and track- laying are needed, to complete that section of the battalion. AH the offic- ers of the 23JHU are practical railroad construction men and the Lient.-Col. J. W. Stewart, of the .firm ot Foley, Welch and Stewart, la: the best known contractor in Canada, Fred W. Down- er at the Victoria Mantftonsj is recruit- ing in this district and all intending re- cruits can get .the desired information from him, phone 636. FOR BILL POSTING- DISTRIBUTION Of BOOK LETS, CIRCULARS, ETC. SEE L. S. BROWN MAJESTIC THEATRE CITY PHONE 172S U CAN GET OOOD PRINt" AT THE AUCTION SALE on Friday; Aug. 25th at 72J aril Street S. LETHBRIDGE AT 2 O'CLOCK SHARP 3 iron bedsteads, 6 springs, 2 tables, 1 washstand, 1 four-hole cosk stove. I three-hole flreless COOK- er, 7 kitchen chairs, 1 larje car- pet, 2 rugs, 2 ;wasntubs, 2 pair curtains and polel, 1 pil- 1 hiap of Western Canada, 2 baby carriages, 1 horw-clippmg .roachlne, 1 clipper grinder, 1 heavy vice, 6 good water barrels, 100" feet of lawn hose, 1 set of light drivrng harness. A laVge number o' mechanic's many other articles. CASH. J. A. SMITH Auctionttr Xsn TAKING THE CENSUS. ALREADY Vancouver, Aug! census of _ll .male residents of Canada for pur- poses -of military information, as au- thorized by order in council issued at Ottawa last week, was commencedjn- Vancouver today under the- direction of the Greater Vancouver Recruiting league MILK! Grace Coal Mine lOMinersWanted GOOD ROOMS AND VENTIL ATION STEADY WORK APPLY GRACE COAL LETHBRIDGE HERAI D ADS REACH THB HOMES OF THOUSANDS FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Geo. E. Dixon Cu., PHONE REAR STAFFORD BLOCK MILK .AND .DELIVERED CREAM DAILY. BABY'S MILK Milk supplier from cows that have 'passed -the 'tubercular test-by the Govern- ment veterinarian. ICE CREAM Sociali, parties, etc. our spec- ialty. Give a trial you will not be disappointed. EDGEHILL DAIRY "Old Lethbrldje Creamery's Stand. 801 7th 8t. S. Phone 1S24 Boulton's Auto Livery Closed Car. X Hospital and Train Calls a Specialty. 1206-Phone-1206 1 Kate to any part ol City; Passenger 2 or 3 Passengers SOc S1.00 ;