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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Bwt a Day Hotel in Alberta "PEA CE The End of Bread Battles, by using Taylor Made This Week-end Specials At The Good BARTLETT PEARS ARE NOW IN THE RIGHT CONDITION FOR PRESERVING AND THE PRICE IS VERY REASONABLE. IN FACT THE CHANCES ARE FOR HIGHER PRICES. IF YOU WAIT_WE HAVE ALSO A FINE LOT OF SLAPPY FREESTONE PEACHES, ASSORTED PLUMS IN BASKtTS, GRAVENSTEiN APPLES, B. C, RIPE TOMATOES AND CUCUMBERS. ETC. GROCERY SPECIALS FRUIT SPECIALS BARTLETT PEARS. -10 lb. cases, per case S3.75 Per basket -38 FREESTONE PEACHES, per baslict.......45c Per case WASHINGTON PLUMS. Assarted hinds per bnskol................................. M" Per crate GRAVENSTEIN APPLES. Ibs. for....... .25c Per large case DUCHESS APPLES. Fine cookers. 4 Ibs. for .25c Per sandpit crate....................... RIPE TOMATOES. B. Fine Stock, per basket.................................50c CUCUMBERS. B. C.'s. Fine quality. 3 MALAGA GRAPES, per pound............ .20c Per 6 lb. basket ........................S5c CANTALOUPES. Medium size, .each .15c Extra large, eadi ........................20c ROBIN HOOD OATS. Cartons. This is your las', clwnep. at'tins price, por carton .20c JAMS. ROSE BRAND. Apple and Strawberry and apple and raspberry, 4 lb. pails .50c PURE CRAB APPLE JELLY, a lb. pail, en. .ECc COMB HONEY. California White Clover, pel- section .................................25c HAMS. Gordon, Ironsides Fares Stirling Brand. Large size, half or whole, per lb... ,23c BACON. Stirling, medium sides, per lb.....30c Large sides, per lb.......................26c GINGER SNAPS. Panlin Chambers. Good duality. 2 IbE. for..........................25c TOILET SOAP. Olive Oil and Cucumber, Benzo Glycerine. Buttermilk and Oatmeal and Cream, assorted, S good sized cakes .25c THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 525 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. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. THE MARKETS TO-DAY GRAIN AND LIVESTOCK TEUTONS FAIL Petrograd. Aug. ic i'orres liave begun a bom- banlmtmt against the Russians -.vho recently forced tlifiir way across to the west bank of the Stokhod the vicinity of Kmt- ku Chervische northeast of Kovel. Attacking columns which opened their offensive yesterday afternoon near To- bol, were repulsed. WEATHER 4rt ii-t Alls- wheat cents lower for Octoliei; 3Vt cents down for December and -1A cents down for Hay. Oats were un- changed for October and ?i cent up lor December. Barley ivaa cent down. Flax dropped 'j cent in Oc- tober option, gained 54 cent in the Xovembsr-'option and J.i cent in De- cember option. Minneapolis wheat was 1% cents lower for September, cents poorer for December and cents lower for -May. After a listht trade which was mostly professional, u-best broke to lower prices than on Wednesday. Fair buy- ing by the exporters in the morning kept all prices firm and reports of damage by frost in the Saskatchewan crop sent it higher but the market acted heavy all Uay. Heavy selling in _qnicago said to lie due to the appre- hcnslon of a strike v.-as reflected jliere. Some scalping and spreading made up the trade outside of the ex- port buying. The general tone of the bullish but it was not strong enough to keep the market up. The cash market is seeing very strong premiums and very little trade. The wheat is strongly, held. Winnipeg Cash Prices No. 1 Nor...157% No: 2 Xor...l55% No. 3 Nor.. .151% Sio. 4 Nor.. No. o Nor.. .138% No. 6 'iOats: No. 2 C. W................ 51 No. 3 C. W............... oCHi Extra No. 1 Feed........... 50H No. 1 Feed 49S4 Barter: No. 3 SO No. 76 Rejected and Feed.......... 70 i Flax: 1 i XI UT FUTURES Winnipeg wheat: October........... December......... May.............. Oats: October............ December.......... October December......... Minneapolis wheat: September......... Chicago wheat September.......... December........... Slay 50% 4814 lS4'i 195 104% 194U 15751 TUESDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES 56.50 to SG.To; Heifers, ?6.50 to S5.65; Cows, to if5.50; Hogs, J10.50 to Sheep, 87.50 to 38.00. to S8.75; Cows, 53.50 to to 511.30; Sheep, to 510.S5. LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Want Higher Freight Rate, and a Commission Similar To Canadian One Track Prices Wheat 142% 6S Oats Flax1 Barley Wagon Prices Wheat Oats Flax Barley Washington, D. C., Aug. continued conferences today between President Wilson and a select commit- tee of the railroad executives, the sit- uation surrounding the threatened' strike was described as having narrow- ed down to the following: The railroad presidents, at least the select committee S are willing to accept the S hour day insisted upon by Wilson and the trainmen. In return they ask that they be as- sured as fully as possible that ali pro- per support be given and proper means j be used to assure them a freight rate j increase from the Interstate Com- Imerce Commission. They also ask that j Congress create a permanent board or commission similar to :j adian commission, to handle future la.-. bor difficulties. -LIVESTOCK PRICES steers, fat cows 15% to i Sheep, choice killing ewes. 7 cents, j Select hogs, 150 to 20C Ibs., 10J4 Grocery Price Hints For the Economic Housewife Phone 1766 B. C. Sugar, per 20 lb. sack Friday and Saturday Lynn Vtlley Jam. Mixed with apples. All flavors 4 lb tins ................45 Tuxedo Coffee, regular 50c. Special per tin..........40 Blue Ribbon Tea, per !b... .40 Fry's Cocoa, half pound .25 Christie's Sodas, per tin .30 .Rolled per-bag.......35 Sonjj-Mor Biacuita in follow- ing varieties. Salted, plain, bran, ginger snaps per package.............10 Corn Syrup, 5 lb. tins, each .40 Holbrook's Lemonade, tins .10 Khovah Lemonade, large each ...............25 Potted Mtats, 4 for .25 Hygienic Peaches, 1 lb. tins, each...................15 Jelly Powders, 3 for.......25 Jello, 3 pkgs. for..........25 Ice Cream Powder, 2 pkgs. .25 Wagstaffe's Plum Jam, 4 lb. tins, each ........-.......60 Empress Pure -Strawberry Jam, per tin......-----, .80 Empress Pure Jam. Other flavors..................75 Finnan Haddie, per tin .15 Krinkie Corn Flakes, 3 for .25 Red Grots Worcester Sauce per bottle.............. .15 Cardston Butter, 2 for......65 Eating Apples, 3 Ibs........25 Bananas, per dozen ,25 Cooking Apples, 4 Ibs.......25 Oranges'. Extra value, per doz. 35 and.............40 ALL GOODS GUARANTEED OR YOUR MONEY REFUNDED North Trading Co. PHONE 230 13th STREET N. .ONE NORTH OF No. 2 FIRE HALL. Rome, Aug are Dressing i their movements at various points in j Dolomites along the far nortJiepi por-) tion of the Austro-Italian front and to-j day report the occupation of new posi- tions in the Passa Alps. The late Dr. J. B. Murphy, the emin- ent Chicago "surgeon, left an estate valued at over a million "dollars. They All Like It Boys and girls likn to buy their ice cream here. Take a tip from Empire Confectionery M. BEATON, PROP. In our new parlor thi Orpheum. Air Pillows for the Boys at The Front We have just received a small shipment of these pillows. They are 11 by 17 inches in size. Eas- ily inflated and when not in use can be deviated and rolled up into a very and can he carried either in the pocket or in kit bag. Special Price. eacii. Tke Red Cross Dreg Book Co., Limited PHONE 555. A Safety Razor 40c-ior-4Qc We are offering a safety razor to introduce the DUPLEX This ra-or is made in the open blade method with a guard at- tachment. Give one a trial, we guarantee you wiM be satisfied. FOR SALE ONLY BY j. D. fiiginbolbam Co. "Alberta's Pioneer The Wholesale ar.J retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 Lcthbridse. clear SO Kamloops, clear fl2 Kotl Deer, clear 73 Cnigary, cleu'r 7S Mcdiciiic Hat. fair S2 Swift Current, fair "t> cloudy S- Prince Albert fair 74 j Port Arthur, clear 52 i Ktittionton, cloudy 60 I Saslialoon, cloudy 72 j Uattllfurd, cloudy 72 {Brandon, clear S3 j Portage, clear S2 Winnipeg, clear SO 52 1 "Weather in the three western Pro- jvinces has been clear and moderately warm. Forecast I All west fair today and on Friday with n little lower temperature. 4ti 4S T.O 4G 47 CITY AND DISTRICT I. H. C. Man at Nanton A. G. Cumnlings, of the 1. H. C., has left to spend two weeks at Xau- ton. If a 12-year-old Girl Can bake better Bread from QUR BEST FLOUR than any woman can bake out of any other can you She Did You Can Really EXCEPTIONALLY Good Flour Ellison Milling Elevator Co JOHN GILMORE'S QUAKER BREAD BREAD AT ITS BEST IS QUAKER BREAD. WITH ONE OF THE MOST COMPLETE BAKERIES IN CANADA, THE BEST PROCESS AND THE VERY BEST INGREDIENTS WE TRY FROM DAY TO DAY TO MAKE GOOD BREAD BET- TE I Attends Millinery Openings i Miss Johnston returned to the city j yesterday after attending millinery op- [enlngs at Vancouver, Seattle and Ta- j coma. Gas Lamps Awning and other. Second Hand appliances for sale cheap at Robertson's Book Store 118 6th STREET S. OLD BENTLEY STAND PHONE 1265 Furnished Firing Party The H3Ui Lethbrldge Highlanders furnished the firing party for the f.un- j ernl of the late Sergt. Dalton McWfl- jliaras, the young, crack shot jber of the 137th who died in Calgary last Sunday. The funeral was largely I attended by the military. Filtration Vote Sept. 15 The vote on the filtration plant mon- i bylaw will be held on Friday, Sept. 115th instead of Monday, Sept. llth. as hinted yesterday. The vote on the electrical department extensions will also be held on that date. The bylaws are being advertised today. Last Day of .9% Discount I Next Thursday. August 31st, is the ilast day on which the nine per cent discount on the current year's taxes will he allowed. After that date the discount will be eight per cent, during the month of September. RoM. former city arch- itect of .Toronto, is dead. j Taber Plays Here Tuesday Arrangements have been' made to [have the Taber baseball team play in ILethbrldge against a picked local nine Ion Tuesday evening next. AH the boys .who were out to practice on Monday evening are asked to turn out for an- [other practice game on Friday even- ing at tfie Eckstorm grounds. ALIENS IN HARVEST FIELD Ottawa, Aug. 75 interned aliens now remain at Spirit Lake, in northern Quebec, and about the same number in the other camp at Kapus- ing, Out. The balance of two or three thousand formerly interned in the two camps, have been released to meet the labor shortage which exists in Canada at present. Employers j have-been obtaining the release of these men by guaranteeing them work. Going to Europe LOW RATE? VIA THE DONALDSON LINE Large Comfortable Steamers Sail- "-ing from Montreal. Athenia.................Sept. 12 Sept. 19 Cassandra............... Sept. 26 Oct. 17 Tickets other: Information from any railroad or' steamship agent, or K. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg. 449 Main. St. Ph. M. 5312 Vancouver, .B.C. 531 .Granville St. Unequalled facilities tor secur- ing reliable information regard- ing Grain.: Frequent _ quotations. All markets. v V You to. make.free use of this service. Ask lor bids on your carlqts of grain. Private wires to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg BaiNl Bpttcrcll., Union Bank Building, ARCHIE..E. REESOR, Mgr. Phone 1539. MORE FATALITIES IN N. ONTARIO FIRES North Day, Out., Aug. chil- dren and three adults arc believed to have lost their lives from brush fires at Mackenzie, according to reports re- ceived today by officials of the Tein- iskamlllg and Northern Ontario mil- roail. Heavy losses of.farm property and lumber are also reported from other sections. MILK! MILK AND CREAM DELIVERED DAILY. BABY'S MILK supplien from. Individual cows tha t have passed tubercular test by the govern- ment ICE CREAM Socials, parties, etc. our spec- ialty. Give, us a trial you will not he disappointed. EOGEHILL DAIRY Old Lethbridge Creamery's Stand. 801 7th St. S. Phone 1S24 EMPRESS-TONIGHT HO.-.-...- PUN Rev. J. A. Turner, a pioneer .Meth- odist missionary l.i British 'Columbia died in California, lie had labored In the Cariboo, Yukon, and Kootenay districts. The key to oeauty's box j of Ligeett's Chocolates" "Your sweet- j Heart's exclusively byj all Rexall D. Hlginbotham Co., You Will Thoroughly Enjoy a Meal at THE WHITE LUNCH CAFE 322 Filth Street S. Newly Renovated and Enlarged New Modcruly Equip- ped Dining- Rooni and Thoroughly Ventilated Excellent Cuisine Attentive Service Table'ftonnti- I'ully .Supplied With the Delicacies of the Season. Very Moderately Priced. Now the Best and Cheapest Place to Eat in the City I Have you smoked "Noblemen" lately? f-i THE WHITE LUNCH CAFE 322 FIFTH STREET ;