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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta lit:' HOTEL DALLAS TELEPHONE 1312 CENTRAL COMFORTABLE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR B��t $1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberto' Stop, stand, look both ways; Be on guard, the wise man says. Take no chance--it never pays. In Use Taylor Made Extra Supply of Vegetables BLACKBERRIES. In the beat of condition. Arriv ing daily. Per basket ..................... 15c Per crate.............................. $3.50 BLUEBERRIES. Getting scarce but we hope to have an extrn supply Saturday. 2 lbs. for ... 45c Per 15 lb. basket ...i.................. $2.90 PEACHES. An extra lot of fresh ones just in. Per basket .................................. 45c Per case ............................... $1.50 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. Best quality, 3 lbs. for.. 25c Per large case ......................... $2.90 Fresh Fruits and Week-end CUCUMBERS. Nice for licing, 2 for........25c PICKLING CUCUMBERS. Per lb............20c RIPE TOMATOES. B. C.'s. Per bsviket.......70c RIPE TOMATOES. Hot house. Local grown. Per pound................................... 20c Per 5 !b. basket..........................85e CELERY. Extra fine bleached. 2 lbs. for____25c C ANTE LOU PES. Each.............. 15e and 20c NEW POTATOES, 6 lbs. for ............... 25c VEGETABLE MARROW. Per lb............. 5c GREEN CORN ON COB. Per dozen ....... 30c CRAB APPLES. Large apple boxes. Per box $2.90 THE GOOD CO. * High Class Grocers Phone 525 MARKETS Get the Book Buying Habit A book a week is a small matter and 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 1417 Druggists and Stationers Next Oallaa Hstai �J I Make the MOST of the High Prices by consigning Yoor Grain to SMITH-MURPHY & CO. You will realize every east tn it for you. and cat your Tallinn promptly. WRITE CR PHONE Off lea Phone 1313 Residence Phena 14M N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLOQ. e Si �! tr. Tl to KI 81 w: p� S( tu STRONG & D8WLER GRAIN mmI Commission Merchants CaJaary-Cslmantan-Lat�iarl�aa Ov> antlra orgaatiatlo* I* at jw aanrtee ant with our ezpar* leoce we ceo aafaly guanata* to gat you the beat frieee far roar grata at any Una ant tm ay grata or kind ot " Phene M 1M> Calgary Per Offlse IMS Letfiorhtg* Quaaa-Nat 1111 LethbHdge tiaaw. i Our Agente who arv In dkrtrlot. J. A. CUMMINO UtMrMge Manaajar CALL US For Harvest Help cox & GO. 330 FIPITH STREET S. PHONE 180S FOUND On 6th Street S. Off 3rd Ave. Opposite Bank of Montreal. Attractive, Clean and Up-to-Date BARBER SHOP WE8TBROOK BROS. (Formerly Barbers for W. A. Ott.) Shampooing, Combings made up, Facial Massage, Electrolysis ETC., ETC., ETC. Phone 1710 Hull Block Room 1 KING EXPRESSES ADMIRATION. London. Aug. 24.-King George has sent a telegram to King Ferdinand of \ Rumania expressing admiration for the resistance the Rumanians and Russians are offering to the enemy and expressing confidence that the efforts will not go unrewarded. 2 TRY A HERALD WANT AD WATCH FOR Geo. M. Cohan IN "Broadway Jones" Office Stationery UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS, F. A E. CHECK WRITER, CHICAGO PENCIL SHARPENER, OFFICE FURNITURE, TYPEWRITERS OVERHAULED, CLEANED AND REPAIRED. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE Everall & Franks Sinnott Blook, Corner 4th Ave. and 6th St. Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. 8. and 13th Street. MINING. BUILDING aV RAILWAY SUPPLIES A EQUIPMENT JUDHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS GANG PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH BUGGIES MENT8. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINDER ENGINEC PHONE 1725-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR Winnipeg. Aug. 34.-Only numbers 1, 2 and 3 Northern grades of wheat were in demand today in the cash market. Government agents, millers and shippers taking all that was offered. Offerings ot lower qualities were freer than in the past few days, but there was little sale for them. There was better demand for cash oats and prices were fractionally higher than yesterday. Offerings wera not large. Barley displayed slightly Increased strength. Inquiry was . better. Cash flax was in good demand and prices showed slight improvement. In the future market October wheat opened 3c higher than yesterday at $2.17, and was bid up to $2.20 during the session. The activity is probatlly due to squaring up ot transactions before Aug. 31. Fair business was done with the oats futures with quotations steady around yesterday's finish. In flax, trading was confined to the October option. The opening was from 2 to 4c higher than Thursday's close and was bid up 7c shortly before the end of the session. Winnipeg cash wheat closed at $2.40 for No. 1 and No. 2 Northern, with other grades unchanged. October closed 6c higher. October oats closed %c lower; Dec. %c lower, Jlny %c lower, October flax closed 9c higher, November 12c higher, Dec. 9c higher. Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat- No. No. No. Nor.. .240 ......232 ......188 .....168 No. 1 Nor... 240 No. 3 Nor...238 No. 5 ......214 Feed......... Oats-No. 2 C. W. 63% Extra No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed.. 59% Barley- No. 3 C. W. 118 Rejected....... Flax-No. 1 ......350 No. 2 ......343 No. 3 ......332 Track......247 Futures. Winnipeg Wheat- October......... 217 Oats-October ......... 63 VI December ........ 5'JVn Flax-October ......... 344 December........ 336 Minneapolis- September ....... 218 No. 3 C. W. 61% .............. 61-% No. 2 Feed.. 58% No. 4 C. W. 114 ...........no 220 63% 59 >4 347 341 219 LOCAL MARKETS Grain <� Livestock Pricts Track Prlcee Wheat .....- Oats ... ... 54 Flax ......- Barley ..... - LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 7,/&c; choice Gttc. Select hogs, 150 to 250 lbs., 16c. Choice killing wethers, sheared 10c. Choice killing ewes. Bheared, 9c. Wagor. Prleee Wheat .....220 Oats......55 Flax......295 Barley .....100 cows, Any Sort of a Container can be ordered here. We make everything in tin and sheet. metal work from a small can to a big tank. And no matter what it is we guarantee It not to leak and to held ita shape even when roughly used. -Let'o have youi order for the utensil you need and we'll fill It to your entire satisfaction. THE DIXON SHEET METAL CO. Rear Stafford Block. Letbbrldge, AIU. Emergency FIRST AID Cases For Autoi.sts, Hunters, Travellers and the Home First aid supplies when needed are needed very badly. Why not get a case today anil be prepared? , We have them in different si?.e9 for various purposes. They contain everything you will require in a compact metal case. Large Size...............$4.50 Medium Site .............$2.75 Small Size................$1.00 Tke Red Cross Drag & Itok Co., Liaited PHONE Belt BE Melba Toilet Preparations Melba Melbal tints) Melba Melba Melba Melba Melba Melba Melba Melba Etc., Face Powder (all tints) ine Face Powder (all Skin Cleanser (jars). Skin Cleanser (tubes) Rose Blush. Toilet Water Sachet Powder Brilliantine. Nail Cake. Nail Paste. Etc., Etc. J. D. HiginbotbamtftCo --"* Limited \ Alberte'e Pleneer Dragglst** The Wholeeale and retail ohemlete TELEPHONE NO. Stt T etrograd, Aug. 23.-General Alex-ioff former commander-in-chief of the Russian forces, in an interview at Moscow asserted  that Germany's strategy aimed at driving the Rumanian army-from all its positions In order to compel Rumania to conclude a separate peace or to enter into an alliance with the Teutonic allies. The seat of the Russian government. General Alexieff continued, must be transferred to Moscow, although Petrograd at t he present is not really threatened; the situation on the Russian front, he added, though serious, is not hopeless. 0011BES Kxceptior\e\Uu :h E ISO tffcff^s r B EARL GRAY SERIOUSLY ILL London, August 24.-The condition of Earl Gray,' who has been seriously ill for several weeks, is causing the greatest anxiety. The former governor-general of Canada was today reported as weaker. CITY AND DISTRICT Returns to City. Miss Johnston has returned to city after attending the fall millinery openings in Toronto and largest American cities. Gets Military Cross. Dr. Archie McCausland, brother of Mrs. H. J. Goode, who has been on active service with the Army Medical Corps for two years, has been awarded the .Military Cross. Gets Military Medal, Corp. J. Thompson, formerly of Lethbridge, and a brother of Thompson of the C. P. R. freight sheds, who was recently announced as wounded, has been awarded the military medal, according to a letter received from the captain of his company by his relatives, lie was awarded the decoration for bravery in the field. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of my dear husband Corporal William King, who was killed in action in France August 24th, 1916. "The parting was hard, the shock severe, We little thought Ills end was so near. 'Tis only those who have lost can tell The pain and grief of a last farewell A loving husband, true and kind, A beautiful memory he Has left behind." -Inserted by his loving wife and children. O R P H E U M STARTING AUGUST 30 "The Purple Mask." LT.-COL. ARMSTRONG RETURNS Halifax, Aug. 23.-It is expected that tomorrow morning more than 1,000 returned soldiers and officers will land at Halifax. They will be in charge of Lt.-Col. Armstrong. ANNOUNCEMENT A dance will bo held in the K. of ;P. hall Saturday, August 25th, 1917. Everybody welcome. A good tline assured. Gents 75c. Ladies free. 215-2 snrKiNW oi TRICAL WORK. W.L. McKenzle $ Co PHONE �$7 71* Srd Ave. 3 can help you have Beautiful Teeth and Haii? Take care of your teeth-you use them often. Besides, bad teeth lead to many nervous disorders and stomach troubles. A clean mouth and teeth add zest to the appetite and aid digestion; it is a joy to youreelf and politeness demands it. You will find just what you want in our splendid line of tooth brushes, pastes, powders and washes. FOR THE CARE OF THE SKIN WE RECOMMEND iNYAL'S FACE CREAM This is a cream with real merit and a 50c pot on your dresser is good forethought against that burning skin after a day out. The Frank Hedley Drug Co. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS FIFTH 8TREET S. -WE TAKE CARE- THRESHER-MEN We Have a Crew for You � Engineer, Separator Man, Fireman, Tanker, Field Pitchers, Bundle Teamsters, Spike Pitchers, and Cook. PHONE 1412 J. Harris & Co. EMPLOYMENT AGENTS Delaiiys Meat Co. QUAIiI$% AND SER VICE We arc allowing upwards of twenty-five Styles anil Sizes in Coal and Gas Stoves And Ranges. See what we have to offer. If our pricea ara not lower than the loweat, we will not expect your business. Just arrived a large ahipment of enameled ware. * Consumers Hardware go. la^RIFTH ST. S. PHONE 1212 4.ETHBRIDOE 1 ;