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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta OFFICE IMS HOUSE isii STRONG DOWLEK GRAIN MERCHANTS Send us samples of your grain for grade and value. 433 5th STREET, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta Obey that Impulse Eniou Life Use Taylor Made Trahscendant Crab Apples WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A QUANTITY OF THESE AT A REMARKABLY LOW PRICE. WELL PUT UP IN PEAR BOXES AND IN THE BEST OF CONDITION. Very Special, p er case, THIS IS THE CHEAPEST WE HAVE EVER SOLD GOOD CRAB APPLES FOR. GET SOME NOW AT THIS LOW PRICE. WE CANNOT GUARANTEE LAST LONG AT THAT PRICE. CITY AND DISTRICT WEATHER 3 I Le-ub.'dge. clear "When a Man's a Man" By HAROLD BELL WRIGHT. This is undoubtedly the book of the season, order at once. PRICE 51.35 EACH Phone or mail your THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 14S7. 74 S4 SI S7 S.'-irt Cu.rent, (air j Saskaton. rfou.ly I Suttlcford, '.N'elson, clear (Red Deer, cloudy Calvary, cloudy Medicine Hat. fair Macleod, clear Moose Jaw, cloudy..... Princo Albert, clear..... "S Brandon, rair 34 38 Winnipeg, clear S3 44 .11 Port Arthur, clear "S 52 .04 Weatlier the past 24 lluurs has been generally coo! with considerable ralu in some sections. FORECAST: Manitoba Fine and cool, danger at irosts tonight. Wednes day fine. Saskatchewan and.Alberta Fair and cool today. Wednesday becoming showery. _ Grain Handled in Any Position We .are in close connection with ex- port trade and IJT dealing with us you save several middle- men's projits. United Grain Producers, Ltd TEMPORARY OFFICES: ROOM 1, M'ACDONALD BLOCK MARKETS DON'T FORGET THE GRAND MASQUERADE BALL Tuesday, August, 29 K. of P. HALL Tickets Couple A Big Time. Everybody Going. Washington, Aug. Wilson laid the strike situation be- fore congress at 2.30 o'clock this afternoon, in an address to both houses assembled In joint session. The president told congress of his efforts to bring the railroad man- agers arid men into some sort- of agreement and saying he was powerless to do more, he asked congress to enact certain specific legislation to deal with the situa- tion now and in the future. Pointing out the distress and hardships which a nation-wide strike "would bring, the president asked congress to empower him to draft into the service of the Unit- ed States the managers and men who have been unable to adjust their differences so that the gov- ernment can operate the railroads :r. case of military necessity. Verv broad active market today with a tremendous volume of trade. .Most of it was due to short covering, i the bulk was professional and local. I There were reports of export trade I done but little of it came our way. A big rally was the feature of the market and the causes were varied. The crowd of shorts were disappoint- ed with the failure of the cables to respond to our advance. The strike is expected to he stopped, and gener- ally the news was in favor of the bulls. The market is now in a much healthier position. Today again there was heavy liquidation to meet, buying for short coverings. FUTURES Winnipeg wheat: October 149_ December.......... 141U Hay............----- 145% Oats: October............ 43% December 47 47% Flax: October.........'.. ISO M3 Vj Minneapolis wheat September 151 Chicago wheat September...... December Hammocks' Croquet Sets Baseball Goods Tennis Gioods and All- Sumiiier Goods at 1-3 OFF. Wi clear all above lines to make room Tor the fall stock and we are now offering them at cost and in rriany cases less than cost price. Don't miss this opportunity to receive any of these you will need at this big saving. Tke Red Cross Drag Beok Co., Limited PHONE 555. GOES to Medicine Hat D. E. Harris of the United Grain Producers, went to .Medicine Hat this afternoon on a business jauiu. Enchant Soldier Returns I Pte. Goo. Shentou. of Enchant, was one of the returned soldiers who j .reached Calgary yesterday. Mayor in Toronto Commissioner Freeman a nies- sage today from -Mayor Hard is stat- ing would be in Toronto today connection with the bond sale. Board to Meet Thursday A meeting of the Board of Trade council is called for Thursday even- ing ut the Board of Trady building at S.30. Several important matters arc- to be discussed. All members of the board are welcome, x Here's Another! At BowdenTair, 1914 Bread baked- from OTT.R BEST FLOUR capUu-ed first- prize in open competition. At Bowden Fair, 1915 Bread bakoiWrom OUR BEST cap- tured both first and second prizes in open competition. Really EXCEPTIONALLY Good Flour Ellison Milling Elevator Co Back From New York J. R. Booth. Tvlio is in charge of the drilling In the Cardstor field for the Londou syndicate, arrived this morn- ing front New York where he went to meet his son who was oil his way from England to Venezuela. Get Milling Wheat in Alberta Only W. A. Ireland, of Strong it, Dowler, grain merchants, Caigary, made the statement that Alberta is the only province where good milling ivheat will be produced this year, with the r exception of n few scattering fields in _ i Saskatchewan and northern Mauito- iha. DENIES HUN REPORT London, Aug. British ad- miralty today' made denial of a Ger- man wireless repVt of last week that i _...... Dutch sailors had sighted east of the: Qats- Dogger Bank a British destroyer which N-o 2 c. W. had been abandoned by her crew and 3 c' w _ was sinking. ya_ i Extra 'There has been no engagement of> i any the admiralty announce-" Barley: ment says: jxo. 3 "Xo British destroyer is missing." j 4 "Rejected feed 143% Winnipeg Cash Prices Xo. 1 Nor... 155% .No. Nor., .N'o 4 Nor.. No. 5 Nor. Feed 143% 147 Peed 2 Feed........ FOR SALE OLD BARRELS per Load Lethbridge. Brewing Malting Co. 113th KILTIES Three huskies presented themselves at. the office of the 113th Lethbridge Highlanders this morning and were taken on the strength, mak- ing four so far this week. The new men taken on were Joe Anderson. i Alex McKeLzie of Scotland and Al- I bert Kirby, a Nova Scotian. At the t rate the Highlanders are recruil- ing now they will soon {strength. Twenty-five men were tak- f j en on last week. Flax: No. 1 X. V.'. C. Xo. 2 C. W..... .143% .136% .110% 48% 18814 LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Good Shot Of something hot from one of our THERMOS BOTTLES will help make that'shooting trip a decided success. t over our stock.of Thermos bottles and Kits before making the final arrangements. Trices from to J. D. Higinbotham Co. Limited "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists." The Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 uuT JOHN CILHORES QUAKER BREAD BURNING COAL OR 'GAS TO BAKE BREAD THIS WEATHER IS A WASTE WHEN YOU CAN BUY BREAD AS GOOD AS THIS BREAD FOR 5c. QUAKER BREAD IS EVERYTHING A GOOD BREAD SHOULD BE. CLEAN, SWEET, NOURISHING AND CHEAP. Witness Bound Over Mrs. Reuben Silivro appeared before His Honor Judge Jackson this morn- ing anil was bound over to appear at the fall assizes against Tony Lom- is now awaiting trial on a charge of attempting to murder lieu- ben Silivro last April. It will be re- I niembered that Jlrs. Silivro was taken in charge at Sweet Grass some time ago while she was attempting to es- cape to the United States. She was brought back and lias since been held until she could be taken before a court. fuil a Ban 'Jeat 1' pjrices 70 Wagon Prices Wheat___ 134 Oats 39 Flax ISO Barley 5S WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing H1CK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE "62 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 5% to 6K'; fat cows Select "hogs, 150 to 200 Ib3., 10U Sheep, choice killing ewes, 1 cents. OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE 1484. SMITH, MURPHY CO. GRAIN HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. Write .or phone at our expense if you have grain to hanoie. We can aisure you the price the market will stand and give you courteous service and .prompt returns. f LETHBRIDGE OFFICE. SHERLOCK BUILDING. N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER. CANADIAN PACIFIC LABOR DAY SEPTEMBER 4th., 1916 Fare and One-Third for Round Trip. Tickets on Sale September 1 to 4 inclusive. Final Return Limit, September 6th. Full particulars and tjckeu from S. B. MITCHELL, Ticket Agent, Lethbridge. P HAW80N District Paaaenger .Agent Calgary, AIU. FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Geo. E. Dixon PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD SLOCK Tobacco Fund On receipt of a letter from head- quarters at Montreal containing in- structions, forms, etc., the joint com-' mittee of ladies and gentlemen, wMeh is taking in hand the organization of j the Lethbridge braach of tho Over- seas Tonacco Fund, in connection with which Francis R- Jones visited the I city Saturday, will hold a meeting to further organize the campaign. Act- ing City Clerk Oliver is in charge In the meantime anil will call the meet- ing when he has received the Mon- treal letter. The gentlemen on the provisional committee are W. A. Bu- chanan, M.P.. Sheriff Young, W. Mit- ford. Dr. Cragg, J. S. Hamley, W. A. R. Cocfi anil J. R. Oliver. Average Here was "W'Bushels The Herald is today reproducing the excellent crop report. concerning Southern Alherta conditions, written by Miss El. Cora Hind, agricultural editor of the Winnipeg Free Press. Miss Hind covered the territory be- tween Medicine Hat, Lethbridge and Calgary, spending most of the timts in tiiis -district. She infers that the average of Southern Alberta's spring wiioat yield last year was about 30 bushels to tlm acre. As a matter of fact fhe provincial government crop returns for 1915 show that the crop districts centering on Lethbridge, last year produced averages of spring wheat of from 37 to 43 bushels to the acre, making the average over the i whole south about 40 bushels to the I acre. Miss Hind believes "this year's j crop will average about HO bushels. AUCTION SALE of Household Furni- ture, Poultry, etc. on Thursday, Aug. 31 at (itli Street S. at 2 p.m. W. L. WILSON, AUCTIONEER ommion oan FORECAST OF ISSUE. Amount of Loan, x Probable denominations S500 and with coupons attached bearing interest at 5% Registered or Bearer as desired, payable at any Chartered Bank in Canada sutal-annually. Free from taxation: PROBABLE TERMS OF PURCHASE. Issue will be made about loth September at i price about or better, payable in six monthly instnlmsm? or a. discount of for balance unpaid alter first payment. Canadian government loans made during the last two years have been largely oversubscribed, tlickly advancing to a sub; stantial premium over the issue price. Brokers report already receipt of orders from clients on whatever terms the loan is made." Write or wire us your requirements and wo will secure some of these bonds for you today. British Canadian Trust Co. PHONE 1843. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and POULTRY Thursday., August 31st At ,619 Sixthi Street South COMMENCING AT TWO P.M. W. L. WILSON Auctioneer Is Instructed by the owner to sell the following: 2 white enamel iron beds with brass trimmings, also Springs and mattresses; i dressers and stands, 1 davenport. 1 camp cot, 1 side board, 8 chairs, odd tables, 1 mahogany rocker 1 carpet square, oil cloth, l fall-leaf table, 1 Singer sewing machine, 1 kitchen cabinet, I kitchen table, kitchen chairs, 1 electric iron, 1 washing machine, 1 wringer, 1 heater, 1 4-hole stove with high closet, curtains, blinds, ,dishes, pictures, kitchen utensils, 1 baby buggy, nearly new, 1 boys waaon, about 17 hens; chicken coops and numerous other articles. TERMS RESERVE AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE 403 Bth ST. SOUTH: PHONE 1865 Visits American Legion .Major Clark of the 221st Battalion American Lesion, .is in the city visit- ing the local recruiting office of the unit. "The sales of Cigars have more than trebled'during the past three months. Have you' iriod one You Will Thoroughly Erijoy a Meal at THE WHITE LUNCH CAFE 322 Fif lit Streets. Xcwly Renovated and Enlarged New Modcrnly Equip- ped Dining Room Cool and Thoroughly Ventilated Excellent Cuisine Attentive Service Table Bounti- fully Supplied With the Delicacies of the Season. Very Moderately Priced. Now the Best and Cheapest' Place to Eat in the City THE WHITE LUNCH CAFE 322 FIFTH STREET ;