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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 23, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS TELEPHONE 1312 CENTRAL CCMFORT>\av.B [lethbridge daily herald HOTEL WINDSOR Best f 1.25 a D�y Hotel in Alberta \ Always At Your - Call - Extra Supply of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables This Week-end Taylor-made Get the Book Buying Habit A bool: a week is a small matter rnd the cost nominal; but keep it up for a year and you'll have something worth while. Start now by buying one or more of our popular books, selling for 85c each. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1-187 Druggists ~nd Stationers Next Dalla* HeteJ BLACKDERRIES. In tho best of condition. Arriving daily. Per br.3ket ..................... 15c Per crate .............................. �3.50 BLUEBERRIES. Retting nenrco but wa hope to' have an extra supply Saturday. 2 lbs. for ... 45c Per 15 lb. basket ...................... $2.90 PEACHES. An extra lot of fresh ones just In. Per basket .................................. 45c Per case ............................... $t.50 BARTLETT PEARS. Per basket ........... 50c Per case ............................... $3.75 PEACH PLUMS. Just a few. While they last. Per basket ................................... 35c Per crate...............................$1.25 COOKING APPLES. Beat quality. 3 lbs. for.. 25c Per large case ......................... $2.90 CUCUMBERS. Nice for Slicing, 2 for........25c PICKLING CUCUMBERS. Per lb............20c RIPE TOMATOES. B. C.'ft. Per basket.......70c RIPE TOMATOES. Hot house. Local grown. Per pound ................................... 20c Per 5 lb. basket.......................... 85c CELERY. Extra fine bleached. 2 Ibt. for .... 28c CANTELOUPES. Each____,.........15c and 20c NEW POTATOES, 6 lbs. for ............... 25c VEGETABLE MARROW. Per lb............. 5c GREEN CORN ON COB. Per dozen.........40c CRAB APPLE8. Large apple boxes. Per box $2.90 COOKING APPLES. About 25 half boxes. A llttls on the small aide but extra value. While they Inst. Per half box ........................ 50c THE GOOD CO. High Class Grocers Phone 525 MARKETS Make the MOST of the High Prices by consigning Your Grain to SMITH-MURPHY & CO. Von will realise every cent In it for you. and get your returns promptly. WRITE CR PHONE Office Phone 1313 Residence Phona 1434 N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. STRONG & DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Merchants J Calgerv~Edmonter>->L�thbri4g� Ow entire organization la at your services and with our experience we can safely guarantee to got you tho best prices for jour grain at any time su4 let any trade or kind ot train. Phone M 1922 Calgary ) Per Office 1835 Lethbndgn ' OuoU-Rea. ^811 Lethbridge) ttotis. ea Our Agenta who are In your district. J. A. CUMMINQ Lethbridge Manager FOUND On 6th Street S. Off 3rd Ave. Opposite Bank of Montreal. Attractive, Clean and Up-to-Date CALL US For Harvest Help | cox & CO. 330 FIFITH STREET S. PHONE 1808 Winnipeg, Aug. 23.-Wheat buyers in the cash market today were out for straight grades only, other grades were not much sought for. There was i smaller demand for oats. There was some inquiry for barley at about Wednesday's prices. Flax was dull with offerings very light. Business for future delivery was principally confined to oats, with prices fractionally stronger than the previous close. October wheat opened unchanged but was bid one cent higher during the session. In flax October was the only option traded in. There were no transactions in barley. Winnipeg cash wheat closed from unchanged for the first two grades and other grades one to five cents lower. October wheat closed lc up. October oats closed ?�c higher. December %c higher. May %c higher. October flax closed 4c higher. November l^c higher, and December lie higher. Barley was unchanged. Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat-No. 1 Nor.. . 240 No. 2 Nor... 240 No. 3 Nor...238 No. 4 ......232 No. 5 ......214 No. 6 .......188 Feed.....................169 Oats-No. 2 C. W. C,3% No. 3 C. V/. 61% Extra No. 1 Feed .............. 61% 59% No. 2 Feed..5S% 117 No. 4 .113 J Shampooing:, Combings made up, Facial Massage, Electrolysis ETC., ETC., ETC. Phone 1710 Hull Block Room 1 : No. 1 Feed, j Barley- I No. 3 ...... I Flax- I No. 1 X. W. C..................341 J No. 2 C W. 333 No. 3 C. W. 323 j Futures I Winnipeg Wheat- ; Oct....... i Oats- Oct. ... ... i Dec....... Flax- Oct....... Dec....... ' Minneapolis i Sept....... 213 63 Vi 334 327% 214 63% 59% 33S 329 211 214 LOCAL MARKETS Grain & Livestock Prices BARBER SHOP WESTBROOK BROS. (Formerly Barbers for W. A Ott.) IRY A HERALD"WW II Mi BRING RESULTS IS Paris. Aug. 23.-The number of prisoners taken by the French in their offensive operation on the Verdun front has been Increased to 7,029, the war office reports. The French last night captured a fortified German position north of Mortmont farm. Track Prices Wheat .....- Oats......54 Flax......- Barley .....- _____, ... LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice Eteers, 7V4c; choice 6%c. Select hogs, 150 to 250 lbs., 16c. Choice killing wethers, sheared 10c. Choice killing ewea. sheared, Sc. OCULAR PROOF. Wagon Prices Wheat .....220 Oafs......55 Flax......295 Barley .....100 cows, TEETHING and the HEAT are BAD for BABY Many People think that any remedy that quiets the baby is bound to be all right. They don't . stop to consider that many remedies contain dangerous opiates AVhen baby is restless and Irritable because of teething iise NYAL'S TEETHING LOTION and NYAL'S TEETHING POWDERS These are pleasant to use and certain in results without the danger of harming baby's health. Price 2."ic each The Red Cross Drag & Book Co., Lteited PKONS 86�. Bald Customer-Can you recqm-mend this riatr restorer? Hairdresser-Very highly, sir. Lpok at the head ot hair I've got; and now (removing wig) see what I looked like before I used It. Office Stationery UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS, F. & E. CHECK WRITER, CHICAGO PENCIL SHARPENER, OFFICE FURNITURE, TYPEWRITERS OVERHAULED, CLEANED AND REPAIRED. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE Everall & Fr ank s Sinnott Block, Corner 4th Ave. and 5th St. Superior Supply Co, . , -2nd Ave. S.-and -13th Street. MINING. BUILDING & RAILWAY SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH- SUGGIES MENTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINDXR ENGItlEC PHONE 1725-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR Gutters and Leaders Should Be Looked After Properly If they leak or do hot drain properly much damage to the house itself Is more than likely to result. Have us go over your roof drainage equipment to see if it does not need replacing in whole or in part. Don't wait until stormy weather nets in. Have' us do the work now before any-damage has been done. THE DIXON SHEET METAL CO. Rear Stafford Block. Lethbridge, A ltd. - , Melba Toilet Preparations Melba Face Powder (all tints) Melbaline Face Powder (ail tints) Melba Skin Cleanser (jars). Melba Skin Cleanser (tubes) Melba Rose Blush. Melba Toilet Water Melba Sachet Powder Melba Brilllantine. Melba Nail Cake. Melba Nail' Paite. Etc., Etc., Etc. J. D. Higiobolbam & Co 1 Limited -- Alberta's Pioneer Druggist** The Jtoitt Wholesale and eUll erfemlats TELEPHONE NO. US BASES AGAIN London, Aug. 23. - Important submarine base of Zeebrugge and other military objectives In Belgium were attacked yesterday by British airmen, the admiralty announces. "The bombing raid was made by naval aircraft Wednesday morning on the ' Zeebrugge mole shipping and batteries," the statement say*. "Some hits were obtained. Ghis-telles aerodrome also was bombarded. There were explosions near the western shsd and a-fire waa started. Alt machines returned." POLICY BASED ON MIGHT A'FAILURE Amsterdam, Auk. M- A polio)- based on might alone and not right is doomed to failure from tho.beginningjvaa.tlta Interesting admission made by Dr.. Richard Von .Kuehltnann, German imperial fif/elgn';secretary, In hits raaldel apeW-hj^to the main committee "of, relchstag yesterday. - "  TO GET HE FISH Ottawa, Aug. 23.-Official announcement has been made by Hon. W. J. Hanna, food controller, of an arrangement with the Ontario government to throw open at once Lake Nipigon and Niplss-ing for net fishing in order to Increase the available supply of Ontario fish within the shortest possible time. Fishing in these lakes will be done by the government itself, which will also provide refrigerator plants, storage warehouses and shipping facilities. The government will also control the price of fish to the consumer. CITY AND DISTRICT New Directory The new city and district telephone directory appeared this morning. Lieut. Fane Wounded Lieut. J. F. Fane, a son of Major Fane, who has been visiting relatives in Lethbridge this week, has been wounded in action at the front. Chief Inspector Here John T. Sterling, chief mine inspector for the province of Alberta, is in the city visiting tho local mines. Real Ball Qsmei Champion beat Drumhellor 17 to 2, and Calgary beat Lacombe 17 to 1, in the first game of the Calgary baseball tournament. Elks Meet B. P. O. Elks will meet tonight in their club room In the Alberta block ! at 8.S0. Semi-annual reports will be [ rendered and all members are request-: ed to be present. I Hat Inspector in Town Inspector Shoebotham of Medicine Hat, is in the city for a few days conferring with Supt. Pennefather on business. No Damage A small blaze broke out about noon today in the vacant lumber yard on the corner of I3th St. and 1st Ave. The call was answered by No. 1 firo hall and no damage was done. Liquor Cases Aa a result of a raid by the city police last night, Sarah Smith waB arraigned in police court this morning charged with unlawfully keening liquor for sale. She pleaded guilty and was fined $100 and costs. VVm. Sinclair, who was unlawfully in possession of liquor was fined $15 and costs. To Execute Transfer A good representation of the members of the Y.M.C.A. were present last night at the special meeting called by the directors. The officers of the association were authorized to execute the � transfer of tho property to the city and to sign tho necessary papers whereby the association leases the building from the city. A Narrow Escape For tho past week tho inhabitants of the city have been startled by the noise of heavy blasting which it Is understood is going on on the river bank where a back wash is being erected. Yesterday morning about 7.30 a well known business man upon entering the Cth St. and 1st Ave. entrance to Gait Park noted an c^tru heavy detonation and about 20 seconds later a fair sized piece of rock came whistling through the air and landed some six or eight feet in front of him. On relating the Incident to a friend the only sympathy he got was the remark that it served him right for being up so early. ANNOUNCEMENT A dunce will bo hold in the K. of P. hall Saturday, August 25th, 1917. Everybody welcome. A good time assured. Gents 76c Ladies free. 210-2 WARSHIPS HELPED. Amsterdam, August 23.-British warships last evening bombarded the German submarine base at the Belgian port of Zeebrugge, according to the frontier correspondent to the Telegialt. OR PIIE IT M STARTING AUGUST 30 "i'iie Purple Musk. Our Rest h ADVICE "If you have something good to say, say it," said Robert Meltz. "But it it's something mean and bad, why -then say something else." A GREAT LITTLE NOTICER "Wo notice," notices the Wellington News, "that very few automobilo accidents happen to people on their way to church." OWN YOUR OWN GUM. THEN VOU ARE ALWAYS READY TO GO HUNTING WHEN YOU HAVE A FEW HOURS TO SPARE. WE HAVE A FINE LINE OF HANDSOME, WELL MADE. RELIABLE GUNS AND IT WON'T COST YOU MUCH TO OWN ONE. BUY YOUR AMMUNITION FROM US. WE CAN SELL YOU SHELLS LOADED EXACTLY AS YOU WANT THEM. USE OUR HARDWARE; IT STANDS HARD WEAR. TAYLOR HARDWARE PHONE 761 NEXT HOTEL DALLAS 310 FIFTH STREET �. .Our Motto is: "Honesty-Quality-Service." We are atiowinir upwards of twenty-five Style* and Sizes In Coal and Gas Stoves And Rarigea, Bee what we have to offer. If our prices ara not lower than {no lowest, we will not expect your business. Just arrived a large shipment of enameled ware. Consumers Hardware Co. ,120 T. S. PHONE 1212 LETHBRIDGE 7781 ;