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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta OFFICE 1865 HOUSE 1811 STRONG DOWLER GRAIN MERCHANTS Send us samples of your grain for grade and value. 403 ,5th. STREET, L'ETHBRIDGE, ALTA. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta "PEACE" The End of Bread Battles, by using Taylor Made A Few Sat Night Specials at Good's PRESERVING CHERRIES. Bnglirt! JlereHaa A bis in: these musl sol> special, per basket Very special, crate KENORA BLUEBERRIES. Fine duality. 15 111. baskets. Our last for this year. Very specinL B C BLUEBERRIES. Ill very fine shape. Ill this morning. Von- special, per 10 Ib. box. .51.95 MALAGA GRAPES. Very special, 2 Ibs. for .35c I'er li Ib. basket.......................... .85c BARTLETT PEARS. In fine shape for eat- ing. Very speciu1.. per basket................45c FREESTONE PEACHES. Very special, pel- basket.................................40c GRAVENSTEIN APPLES. Very mellow. Just right for eating. 3 Ibs. ,25c THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 525 WEATHER Lethbridge. cloudy 76 Kamloops, ciear 91 Edmouton, fair W Moose Jaw. clear Saskatoon, fair Battleforn. fair......... Nelson, clear........... Red Deer, clear......... Calgary, clear Medicine Hut. fair...... clear 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 HOTEL. PHONE 1487. j Swift Current. j Regina, clear....... I Yorkton. clear i Indian Head, clear j Portage, cloudy i Emerson, clear..... The weather has been cool Uorne rain. Light frosts reported at Emerson and Qu'Appelle. i Forecast: All winds, fine and cool today and Sunday. 43 .01 52 42 .02 40 40 55 45 .23 42 3G 3S 40 44 32 MODEL BAKERY BREAD and the OUR rill call, or get it from your Grocer BREAD IS. SPLENDID BREAD. IF YOU HAVE 'NEVER TRIED IT YOU -CANT- TELL. IT 'IS A FIRM, FINE GRAINED WHITE LOAF GOLDEN BROWN COLOR THAT ALWAYS SHOWS THE QUALITIES OF THE BEST BREAD. N.J.Schweitzer- Prop. Model Bakery Washington. Aug. negotiations for averting the threatened railway strike practic- ally at a deadlock, President Wil- son suddenly went to the capitol and conferred tion leaders over the. possibility of legislation.'. On all. hands the president's visit to the capitol was taken as .indicating that the sit- uation had reached a crisis. Later it was learned at the capitol that the president the railroad executives Vput to him'' to get some guarantee from congress that they, would-be per- mitted to get more to meet the increaae'in wages. ?t was said no means of accomplishing this end was agreed upon. Air Pillows for the Boys at The Front We have just received a small shipment o? these pillows. They' are 11 by 1? .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., United PHONE 355. CITY AND DISTRICT Weed Inspector Here Oliver Bine, assistant chief weed inspector for the Province, is in the city on a tour of the south. Kentishtnen to Meet i The Kentish Association will hold fits regular monthly meeting on Men- jclay evening in St. -Mary's Hall lit 1 eight o'clock. Meeting Sports Committee The Sports and Stampede commit- tees of the Labor Day sports are re- iquested to meet at 3 o'clock tomor- row afternoon in the Labor Temple. If a 12-year-old 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 tvho has .Warner Visitor T. Hbss, of Warner, unu been on a. business trip tu Moose .law was in the city this nioruing on his way home. I To Get Commission F. McRca, manager of the Macleod i 'Mills lias enlisted with the iGlst Battery now I raining at Petawa- and leaves tonight to join the limit. It is understood that Mr. McRea ivill get a commission. He was former- ly manager of the Bank of British North America at Maeleoit. JOHN GILMORE'S QUAKER BREAD THE VERY BEST FLOUR, THE F-INEST SALT, THE PUR- EST SHORTENING, FLEiSCH- MANN'S YEAST AND NO. 1 SUGAR ARE WHAT QUAKER BREAD IS MADE OF. MADAM DOES YOUR HOME BAKED BREAD CONTAIN ANYTHING BETTER? AND QUAKER BHEAD IS ONLY 5c A LOAF. i Vag. Gets Two Months Before Inspector Chancy of the Mounted Police, William Travers, a ivag talicn in tow by the city police, was sentenced to two months iit the Provincial jail. This is the first case i in the, city police court this month. i Travers will he medically examined while at the jail here. EEILII1LE G R A1N AND LIVE ST O C K Pressmen of Alberta Agree That Credit Be Demanded For Donations of Space g. peg wheat closed U4c down for Oc- tober: -2% cents lo'.ver lor December ailA- 2'i cents down for May. Oats were Hi cents down for October and cent up for November and Decem- bei Minneapolis wheat was 1% cents down for September; cents lower lor, December and 17s cents down for the morning trade .was cleai ed off tbe market fell away. The gen- j eral trade was fair, mostly profession- al. Scalping was the chief business. Some tried spreading but the quick changes and bucking of the prices made most of them nervous of this work. Outside interests and export trade in the local market was prac- ticall> nil The market closed ex- tremely weak. Weakness in the Uni- ted States markets was the cause.. The cash demand for wheat was Barley strong. Winnipeg Cash Prices No. 1.- Nor.. .159% No. 2 Nor.. .157% No. 3 Nor... No. 1 Nor...14fi% No. 5 Nor...l41tJ No. 6 Xor....l3Hi Peed............... Oats: No. 3 C. W.................. 50% No. 3 0. W. Extra No. 1 Rejected'.. Feed No. 2 Feed Flax: Xo. 1 N.-W.'C FUTURES Winnipeg wheat: October rj December. Minneapolis wheat: September......... Chicago Sept. 155% 152% 156V4 182? 148% No: i Feed Barley: o 3 Feed Calgary, Aug. 25. resolution 4SH i Pledging the support of the newspaper i editors of the Alberta and Eastern British Columbia" association for the I fruit growing industry of British Col- I umbis-was- passed at the Friday morn- jing session of the convention; This resolution was reiteration of a simi-1 lar resolution passed at the previous year's convention, of -the association. Another matter whlcfi, was fully dis- cussed at the Friday session was the 51% i question'of the donation of newspaper 48V. I space-to philanthropic' organizations. ill was pointed out by M. R. 195H tne Edmonton' and by sev-j 195 I eral other speakers, that charitable j and patriotic organizations were accus- 11, I tomed to consider gratis newspaper ad- "jvertising as 'not' even worthy 151% j thanks! Space Donated Freely Of something hot from one of our THERMOS SOTTLES will help make that shooting trip a decided success.- Look over our stock of Thermos bottles and Kits before making the final arrangements. Prices from to J. D. Higinboilwm Co. Limited "Alberta's Pioneer. "OPMSglsti." The Jtoint Whole'sslti ar.d retail chemists TELEPHONE' NO. 322 Says is Starving Pte. E. M. .Tellett, an Edmonton boy, -who'at one time resided .for a time in Lethbridge, and is well-known here, is a prisoner in CJerTnany at present, as announced some time ago. Writing to friends'.in made the statement''t'hat' he was starving. To Give Concerts Here The Kilties silver band, which is the ciiampion hand at Sarcee. and which Patriotic Pennants WE HAVE A'LARGE ASSORTMENT OF THESE PENNANTS AND FOR SATURDAY ONLY-WE ARE.SELLING THEM FOR 25 CENTS. REGULAR PRICE, 35 CENTS. Robertson's Book Store 118-5th'STREET S. HAS PROPOSALS FOR HAS rjjur NE OLD BENTLEY STAND PHONE 1265 CALENDAR Spokane. 2 not adopt new asks the Rev. H. is coming to Letlibridge for Lalior j P a Spotane minister. Day, will arrive Saturday afternoon, Sept. 2nd, and will give a public con- cert in Gait. Gardens on Saturday even- ing. Itjs likeb' also they will give a! concert in the Majestic on Sunday evening. Tbe band is to head the big parade on Labor Day. New Directory Here The July 1916 issue of Ihe Provin- And to'show that it is not an idle question, Mr. Hames has figured it out carefully and probpses that on Jan. uarv 1st 1922 the world- (by com- mon consent of the inhabitants) adopt the one he 1ms made up. His unique proposal calls for 53 months of 28 davs each! the unlucky one to be termed "holiday" and to be sand- wiched in-between June and July. That would accommodate 364 days of the year.. The extra or 366th day :ial telephone directory arrived Thursday and was distributed yes- terday. The issue was delayed some- iWhat between Lethbridge and Calgary, is not countea in {the directories at the latter point j cedes the first day.of Januarj as New having been distributed two weeks Year's day. He also lias arrangej to take care _________ of the extr- day on leap year. He Back From the 'Peg. would have'this fall in the new month J. H. Tailing, of the Salberg Grain of Holidal )etween Saturday Ho i- Co., returned yesterday from a busin- daj 14th and Sunday Holiday 15th, ess trip to Winnipeg. "Southern Al- and he proposes to call it Leap berta farmers don't know how lucky daj and treat it just as New Year s is Imder the Hames -perpetual in? IMV of 154 155% 157% 156 In this connection many Instances where newspaper? had FRIDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES Calgary: Steers. 3U.25 to SG.50; heifers, 15.50 to ?5.75: cows. S5 to hogs, to 511.25; sheep, 55.25 to ?8.00. -Chicago: Steers S6.25 to ?8.50, cows ?3.25 to S9.00: hogs 57.JO to sheep 56.15 to J10.60. FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Geo. R. Co PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK they are this year. the Manitoba crop, They should sec 'he says treated calendar ssstem each month would begin on and end on Saturday. borne of the which he ascribes to.-the system are Each-mont has the same number of a school month. The same oate in each month falls on the samp day of the yeek. A printed .civil calendar for each month will'not. be as the days of .each month" are identical with those of the first month, easily fixed orlransferred, anniversaries, etc., are It. will .facilitate' business 'calculat- ions A month will riean 28 and not 29, 30 or 31, days. by the week, foi tnjght and month are readily ad- justed without. 6ven refering to the calendar, which is easily committed to memory Extra Special MON. NIGHT ONLY P IANTAGEC UNEQUALLED i 3- Standard Acts 3 Direct From New Yoi'k long Tack Sam S Co. CHINESE WONDERS Eva Shirley Songs of the Moment Keiio Green All Life and Action PICTURES AND ORCHESTRA This To positively the most wonderful show yet seen on the Pantagec' Circuit These clever Chinamen, 10 in number, have an act that is really wonderful. Sec them Monday night. Pic- tures 7.30. Vaud.eville 9 o'clock, Prices 50c 52% D ONT.FORGET THE GRAND MASQUERADE BALL Tuesday, August, 29 K. of .P. HALL Tickets Couple A Big Time. .'Everybody Going. LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices [were donated spaee in their columns Ifreely to such causes-and those benefittlng had not even so much as acknowledged the donation. Many piano were dis- cussed and in' the end it was decided to appoint a committee to go into the matter. The most acceptable plan was that newspapers should render ac- j counts for such advertising of philan- i thropic cause" and then insist that 'tioir paper be gHen credit on the i books of the association or other chari- i table organization for the advertising to the preciation of the.newspaper's gift. By insisting that credit'he given in such canes the organization which is the recipient will more fully realize what the newspapers ire giving The associatic- went uii record in fa.vor of either the restriction or pro- hibition of the export of pulpwood. Track Prices Wheat 144% Oats 4214 Flax Ba.rley 70V4 Wagon Prices Wheat 139 Oats Flax 168 Barley 60 according to the apace readers .or display advei given without charge A Common Practice "It has become top common' a thing for newspapers to be given any amount of free advertising from such instltu- AVIATOR MAKES RECORD Newport News, Va., Aug. new world's record for .listance .covered in 10 hours, carrying a passenger, was made today by Victor Caristrom, of the Atlantic Coast Aeronautical asso- matter' elation, who made 661 miles, flying in a Curtiss'twin motor.Iknd .and water machine. His actual flyiilg time was S hours and -10 minutes. LIVESTOCK PRICES lions without so much as a 'thank said one of the editors In dis- cussing the resolution [n take it as a matter of fact thnt some months preparing for the economic and Choice steers, to fat cows to ithe llewspapers can give any amount Sheep, choice killing ewes, cents. f 9pace to philanthropic propagandas, -helec< IDO to 200 Ibs., 10-4 lho of such movements of-' ten get the space, looking upon It an a LIEUT. PEARCE'S WOUNDS.-