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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta OFFICE 1865 HOUSE 1811 STRONG DOWLER GRAIN MERCHANTS Send us'samples of your grain for grade and value. 403 5th STREET, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta The End of Bread Battles, by using Taylor Made Thjs 'Weekend Specials At The Good Company "BARTTETT PEARS ARE NOW IN THE RIGHT CONDITION FOR PRESERVING AND THE PRICE IS VERY REASONABLE, IN FACT THE CHANCES ABE FOR HIGHER PRICES. IF YOU WAIT WE HAVE ALSO A FINE LOT OF SLAPPY FREESTONE PEACHES, ASSORTED PLUMS IN BASKETS, GRAVENSTEiN APPLES, B. C. RIPE CUCUMBERS, ETC. FEUIT SPECIALS BARTLETT PEARS. W Ib. cast's, per case Per basket FREESTONE PEACHES, per basket.......45o Per case WASHINGTON.PLUMS. Assorted kinds per Per crate GRAVENSTEIN APPLES. Ibs. for........25c Per large case-----...................... DUCHESS APPLES. Fine cookers, 4 Ibs. for .25o Per sandpit crate 52.25 RIPE TOMATOES. B. C. Fine Stock, per basket ......-....'.......................50c CUCUMBERS. B. C.'s. Fine quality. 3 for......25o MALAGA GRAPES, per ummd.............20c Per 6 Ib. basket........................95c CANTALOUPES. Medium size, each........15c Extra large, each ........................20c GKOCEKY SPECIALS ROBIN KOOD OATS. Cartons. This is your last ciiunce at this price, per curt on......20c JAMS- ROS'E BRAND. Apple and Strawberry :iml npple and raspberry, 4 Ib. PURE CRAB APPLE JELLY, 4 Ib. ptlU, ea. .60c COMB HONEY. California White section .-................................25c HAMS. Gonlou, Ironsides Kares Stirling Brand. Large half or whole, per Ib... .23c BACON. Stirling, medium sides, per Ib. GINGER SNAPS. Patilhi Chambers, fioott quality. 2 Ibs. for..........................25c TOILET SOAP. Olive Oil and Cucumber, Renao Glycerins, ButUiriiillk'iiiui Oatmeal ;tnd Cream, assorted, S good sized cakes .25c THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 525 If a 12-year-oSd Girl Can bake better Bread from OUR 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 Edison Phonographs COME IN AND HEAR THE NEW EDISON DIAMOND AMBEROLA. THE LATEST THING IN PHONOGRAPHS. NO NEEDLES. INDESTRUCTIBLE RECORDS. THE KENNY ALL1N CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS' 'MOTEL PHONE 14S7. IgEjtASKETS TO-DAY xx GRAIN-AND LIVE-STOCK Winnipeg Man., Aug." Chicago -wheat: peg 3ii cents higher for September October 4% cents up for December, December and 4% cents better for May. Oats .-gained one cent in October and Ta cent in December options. Barley was down one cent. Flax gained one cent in October; H cent In November and unchanged for December. Minneapolis wheat was.un.3U cents for September, K-- cents for December and cents for May. Trade small, but the markets developed .a late strength on rumors of This was mostly! in United States markets but had an I indirect effect on local prices. Wheat j looked weak once during the ses- j .sion. At that time prices acted stubbornly firm and came up -with a rush when the pressure was relieved; Local exporters were in the market" in the morning and bought little. They do not admit much bus- iness and it is doubtful if they. did. The foreigner is chiefly alter winter and has done practically noth- ing in the new Canadian crop yet. Main trade was scalping. Spreading has gone nut of favorl Cash prices were steadier today. Trade was dull ahd dead with premiums unchanged. FUTURES Winnipeg whe I October December Oats October il1- December -48- Flax October Inl- Decenibar s Minneapolis wheat September L. 153 154 -158 THURSDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES Calgary: Steers, 56 to heifers to cows ?5 to 35.50: hogs S10.50 to 511.25: sheep STioO Chicago: Steers 30.25 to hogs J7.40 to ?11-05; sheep ?Oa to LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices 68 Track Prices Wagon Prices Wheat .....133 Oats 39 Flax ___...163 Barley 60 LIVESTOCK PRICES steers, to fat cows to 53i. Sheep, choice killing eWes. 7 cents. -Select hogs, 150 'to 200 Ibs., Oats Flax Barley (from bur Champion. Alta., Aug. though delayed by the 'recent raino, was renewed last Tuesday and Wed- nesday. Practically'all the'coun- try the hinders are in the field. In this district Mr. Duncan had the first piece of grain cut, which piece he'considers the best-he will-have. The barn dance at Zang's came off last Monday, it being postponed on account of the rain. Over one hundred I and sixty were in attendance and danc- ing lasted from half past nine.at night till three-thirty the next morning. The dance was free and luncii was served in the sandwiches) sake, coffee and ice cream comprised the .supper. The music was furnished by the fler- ger orchestra. On Wednesday night a" dance was held in Mart's Hall for Red Cross pur- poses. A great crowd-was-in-attend- ance. Music was furnished by the Lethbridge orchestra. Miss Clow, teacher., of. "Washington school, is spending the week-end in Champion with Miss Rhodes. The Smith family are going to move to Raymond after threshing, where the children can attend .school. Miss ElTa Bowman is going back to Indiana where she 'teaches in the Edin- burgh High School. 152 1-.7 lol CANADIAN PRISONERS IN GER- MANY STARVED BY HUNS Ottawa, Aug. following let- ter to the Ottawa-Women's .Canadian club, from an exchanged prisoner. On morning E iTones will arme in city in con- nection with the Overseas Tobacco Fund. He is organizing, throughout the west in an effort to keep, the .boys in i 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 deflated and rolled up into a very small space and can be carried either.in the pocket or in kit-bag; Special Price, each. Tke Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited 'PHONE'SES. CITY AND DISTRICT Returns From Coast T. H. Booth otr the local Letter Car- riers, returned yesterday from Van- couver, where he attended the annual convention of the Letter Carriers' as- ciation. Therq were 53 delegates and a very pleasant and profitable time was spent. Delegates were pres- lont from St. John to Vancouver. New Milliner Miss Cameron has returned from the east where she attended millinery openings in New York, Montreal .and Toronto and also visited relatives in j Nova Scotia. She was accompanied; ,back by Miss McBain, of 1 who will be head trimmer in the i Cameron millinery shop. Two D, S. 0. Heroes Capt.. Fred J. Tees, one of the re- cent recipients of the D.S.O. medal, is a relative of A. E. Capt. i Tees, who went to the front as one of; the officers 6f the McGill University I medical corps, is a prominent Mon-1 treai surgeon, ami w'as formerly pre-1 sideut of the Canadian Amateur .Alh-; letic association. Lieut. Henry .A. Smith, another D.S.O. hero, comes: from Maple Creek and his father, the j late Albert .7. Smith was for many years a member of the R.N.'W.M.P. JOHN GILMORE'S QUAKER BREAD WE CAN'T AFFORD TO MAKE POOR BREAD. QUAK-. ER BREAD HAS SUCH A GOOD REPUTATION THAT IT IS OUR CONSTANT AIM-TO EN- HANCE THAT GOOD NAME BY TRYING TO MAKE GOOD BREAD BETTER. TRY A LOAF THEN YOU WILL KNOW. Patriotic Pennants WE HAVE A UARGE ASSORTMENT OF THESE PENNANTS AND FOR SATURDAY ONLY WE ARE SELLING THEM FOR 25 CENTS. REGULAR PRICE, 35 CENTS.___________. Robertson's Book Store OLD BENT.LEY. STAND V J V ...PHONEYS DON'T FORGET -THE GRAND MASQUERADE BALL Tuesday, August, 29 K. of P. HALL Tickets Couple A Big Time. Everybody Going. west m all CLIUIL LU tiBey. LUC -MUJ.O club, from an exchanged prisoner, now, tile trenches supplied ;with sufficient in Switzerland, shows it is of the weed which is so helpful to'j to keep up work of lelief them in'-then- precanom positions. ,N-o. can describe the Had of food have been getting since last, mg at n 6'ctocK at the Board Trade Januarj he wnte? Instead of nee i building. Thbser interested are muted and peas, we were given musty barley i to be present" and one loaf of bread for every 10 men which was made of potatoes, bran and birch sawdust. We also licitl _ sort of porridge which we called 're- inforced concrete.' It was just like y eating sand. They used to give us also flour made of corn and acorn? and, instead of-meat, cod in, the last. herrings and a kind of' blood vhich we nicknamed 'Verd-m 1 The last days .1 spent in prison, we' each had enly two potatoes (often rot- ten) and a few carrots floating in hot water. "Had it .not been for the parcels! j-s-snt us we would have been dead long) 1 ago." Don't Fail to Visit the NEW COMMERCIAL CAFE This New and Up-to-date Cafe Will be Open Soon. THIS RESTAURANT WILL BE ONE OF THE LARGEST IN ;THE CITY, WITH PRIVATE BOOTHS. A SPLENDID PLACE TO GET THE BEST MEALS IN THE CITY FOR 25c AND UP. We Buy the Best, Therefore Yon Get the Best.s We Serve Ice Cream, Cold Drinks, Cigars and Tobaccos. OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT WILL BE MADE NEXT TUESDAY. NEXT TO LETHBRIDGE HOTEL A Good Sjibt Of something hot from one 'of our THERMOS BOTTLES .will help' make that shooting trip, a decided Look over.pur sto0k of..Thermcs "bottles'ahd "Kits Before: making the final arrangentents. Prices from to J. D. Higinbotliain Co. "Alberta's Pioneer The and retail TELEPHONE Battery Needs Cook f Lieut. Nelson, of the 7Sth Battery is r worried. The buttery wants to set up j at Henderson Park i fair grou'nds nest week and so far no i cook has been found. A cook is a very necessary part of a camp and I Lieut. Nelson would be highly pleas-1 ed tf one would come along and help him out. In fact a good cook would j be so much appreciated that nothing I at the camp would be too good tor j I him. The equipment is being moved! lout tomorrow, and by the middle of [the week it is expected the boys will j sleep there. They will eat there when the cook shows up. WHERE TO-GO FOB Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas aiid Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 7G2 (Special to the Herald) Fernie; August W. De B Farris, one of the six nominees of the I Liberal party for the- provincial leg iaiature in that city, will visit this con stituency, making his first speech at Michel next Monday Mr. Farris is the legal adviser of the Vancouver Trades ..nnd Labor Council, and aided in the investiga tion of the disaster at the South Well- ington mines. 'Mr. Farris will speak in F6rnie on Tuesday night. The Coroner's inquiry into the cause of the death of the twelve miners at Michel; which has been adjourned from time to time to permit of the preparation of evidence and the pciia- FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Geo, R. Dixon Co., PKONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK ence or witnesses and winch been proc-eeneil with tomorrow mormr-e ha1! again heen continued to next Mondaj, at ten o clock m the morning Ihe imstery surrounding tlie failure of the lighting sjstem ot the Grand i theatre on the occasion the big Lib- I eral rally Tuesflaj nignt has been cleared up by citj electrician Penn and John Turner who have made an exhaustive examination bf the plant. They found that the circuit which supplied the current for me stage 1 lights also supplied the moving pic- ture machine This machine was re- on tne 14th inst foi repairing and 'lie switch left open, which cut off the stage current lui fact was unknown to the electricians on the night of. the meeting, they being un- aware that the machine was oh the samp circuit or that it had been i emoi ed RAINS PUT OUT BUSH FIRES Cobalt Ont, Allg rains have pretty well eliminated all pres- ent danger from" bush fires Announcement Prof. M. B. Davis1 grand mastiuer-' ade ball will take place on Tuesday, Aug. 29th at the K. P. hail.. Sever- al new'dances will be introduced that night. ._____5i5iy__________ Jlr. and Mrs. L. 0. Green, on August, 23rd, a son. Idea Patterns ALL THE LATEST STYLES AT STREETS 404 13th STREET N. SEPTEMBER PAT-TERNS NOW IN THOSE LONG RED LANES IN FRANCE, Photo shows carrying a wounded comrade along a trench to the field ambulance on the west front the Czar s troops doing great work alongside their allies. H. G KILNER SHOE STORE 41 A 13th Street North Repairs Neatly COAL AND TRANSFER C.O.D. You Will Thoroughly Enjoy a Meal at THE WHITE LUNCH CAFE 322 Fifth Street S. t Xewly Renovatefl and Enlarged New Mflrternly Eqitip- pcrt Dining fiuoi.i Cool and Ventilated Excellent Cuisine Attentive Service Bounti- fully Supplied With the Delicacies of Season. Very Moderately Priced. Now the Best and Cheapest Place to Eat in, the City THE WHITE LUNCH CAFE 322 FIFTH STREET 1. ,_ ;