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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta OFFICE 1865 HOUSE 1311 STRONG DOWLER GRAIN MERCHANTS Send uo samples of your grain for grade and vtluo. 403 5th STREET, LETHBRIDCE, ALTA. DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beat a Day Hotel in Alberta Obey thai Impulse Enjoy Life Use Taylor Made Transcendant Crab Apples WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A QUANTITY OF THESE AT A REMARKABLY LOW PRICE. WELL PUT UP INMOib. PEAR BOXES AND IN THE BEST OF CONDITION. Very Special, p case. THIS IS THE CHEAPEST WE HAVE EVER SOLD GOOD CRAB APPLES FOR. GET SOME NOW AT THIS LOW PRICE. WE CANNOT GUARANTEE THEM TO LAST LONG AT THAT PRICE. THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 325 NO CHANGE ON THE -WEST Paris, Aug. 30. There the usual ennnonad- ing along the whole (rout. There is nothing to report on last night's operations except a minor enterprise by which we advanced to the east of Fleury. A German aeroplane was brought by Olio of our pilots near Fresnes in Woevre. "When a Man's a Man' 3y HAROLD BELL WRIGHT. This if undoubtedly the book' of the season. at onca. PRICE Si.35 EACH Phone ,or mail your THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. London, Aug. 30__He-mobilization of the Greek army is under considera- tion at Athens, says a Reuter dispatch from Athens. The entry of Koumania into the war is said to have created a profound impression in Greece and the question of a ministerial reorganiza- tion, providing for the inclusion in the cabinet of former Premier Venizelos, has arisen.. So far as can be ascer- tained, no decision has been reached on these points. Fembertofl, widovr of the late J. D. Femberton, surveyor-general of British Columbia and one of the first members for Victoria in the Legisla-; live Assembly of Vancouver Island, is -dead. Salbeif Grain Company MEANS. 'Satisfaction' 4 Why not let us handle your You can get in direct touch with us at all times which is impossible when doing buai- s ness with firms hundreds of miles away. Prices and bids willingly given at all times. Quick, efficient and careful ser- vice. Salberg Grain Co. Hull Block, Lethbridge. J. H. TALL.ING, Local Manager. PHONES 1580. Residence 572. MARKETS WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg Wheat Oct Dec May Oct Dec Oct Dec Sept Sept Dec May US 143 147% 47% 192 182% Minncnpoiis Wheat Chicago Wheat 1421J 146 149 Winnipeg Cash Prices CITY AND DISTRICT Trades Council To Meet A-meetiug of the Trades and Labor Council is called for this evening at 7.30 sharp. Board of Trade Meeting The Board of Trade will meet on Thursday evening at S.30 in the Board building in Gait Gardens. This is a meeting of the council but all mem- hers of the hoard are welcome. News of the Taylor Boys Ross Taylor, who left with the first contingent and was wounded, is now driving a motor 'ambulance at Bram- shott camp. His brother Bert is a sergeant in the motorcycle dispatch j riders corps and is on active service in France. Hammocks Croquet Sets Baseball Goods and All Summer Goods 1-3 OFF. We must clear out all above lines to make room for the fall stock and we are now offering them at cost and in many cases less than cost price. Don't miss this opportunity to receive any of these you wifl need at this big saving. Tfce Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited PHONE 555. 149% For the Highlanders One new recruit, Jas. C. Caily, was signed on by the Lethbridge Highland- ers today. He is a native of Esses, Ont., but came here fronTifie United States. Cafit. Aso.uith has returned j from Calgary and states that 'recruit-' .146 .134% 'Wheat- Xo. 1 Xor.. 3 Xor.. NTo: 5 Nor.. Feed No: 2 C. Ex. Xo. 1 Feed 19 So. 3 .......82 Xo. 2 Xor... 150 No. 4 Nor...13954. No. S Nor...124% 117ii No. 3 C. W...49 No! 2 Feed..4751 No. 4 .79 Rejected and Feed .73 Flax- No. 1 N. 'W. C. 187 No. 2 C. .184 TUESDAY LIVE STOCK PRICES to heif- ers cows 54.00 hogs 86.50 to ?8.70; cows 53.40 to hogs 57.40 to S11.20; sheep 53.00 to 57.50. ing is bringing be'tter results here than any place in the province. Kiltie Band Coming On Saturday morning 30 members of 113th tethbridge Highlanders sll-j ver band ?.'ill arrive in the city to be j here for Labor Day. On Saturday ev-; ening they will give a concert in Gait' Gardens when a collection will be taken up to defray the expenses of the i trip. On Sunday night it is likely they j will give a concert in the Majestic Theatre while on Monday they will j liead the Labor day parade. LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Was Employed By O. T. Lathrop The other day the Herald published j a news item referring to the difficulty which Mrs. Mary Raulstou, of Toron- to, had encountered in getting trace of nor son, David, who was a membc-r of the mounted police in the vresi, and from whom she last heaid in the Yukon, Today the Herald receivo.1 a lettnr from 0 ,T. Lathrop at Lake, saying that Euulston hail jn his employ from 4 to 4, 1914, on his CfKilttels farm anil he had left for B. C., saying he was ij-1- ing to try to rejoin the mounted po- lice in the Yukon. Track prices .....137% "Oats 41% Plar.......171 Barley 70 Wagon Prices Wheat .....134 Oats 39 Flax'.......160 Barley 53 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 5% to fat cows Sheep, choice killing ewes, Fund The Hon. Treas. R. J. fotchie Pater- son acknowledges the receipt of the followiug contributions from the Stab: les, Streets and Scavenging Depart- ments of the City of W. M- Morris. W. H. Morris, J. Payne, W. Stoneiy, ?i.20; A. Forbes, R. -Scott, R. Select hogs, loO to 200 Ibs, 10% Hall> S1.40 R H. Sh cems. j J. Payne, ?1.00; W. Boque, Ariiold, 5L50; Flinn, S1.50; J. Holmes, Tustain, G. Bufnham, j C. Doe, 35c; E. Groves, J. Purdue, 50c; G. Shirley, 50c; total Capt Adolphus Peele, who. came across the Isthmus of Panama in 1862 and the same year reached New West- minster where he lived ever since, is dead. He conducted the first munici- pal and provincial election in Vancou- f ver. The New Commercial Cafe 208 FIFTH STREET SOUTH OPENS TOMORROW We are in our new place, which hns been completely fitted up and is the best and larg- est cafe-in the city. Give us a trial and you >viil be pleased. Per Box at J. D. Eipboiham Co. "Alberia's Pioneer Druggists." The Sfeaggl Wholesale and 'retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 j Chicago, Ills.. Aug. rail- road brotherhoods will make an effort to adjust "their difference with the companies separately in a series of conferences with the heads of each system before a strike is declared, according to members of the Rock Is- land committee, an organization of employees of the Rock Is- land and Pacific. At these confer- enc.es men will suggest to the railroad heads that, negotiations between the brotherhood and linos, collectively having failed, they settle their ilir ferences individually." We shall confer with the Rock Island heads before the date set foi a a committee man said. "There is HO telling what may re- sult." Other system committees will fol- low this program unless the railway heads indite they.do not want fur- ther conferences. Will Investigate Washington, Aug. for immediate action on a resolution to provide for investigation of differ- ences between the railroads and em- ployees, a strike pending decision tc be unlawful, was considered by the senate interstate commerce "commis- sion late today, but no decision wa; reached. CRACKSMEN CRACK TWO BANKS AND GET. Danville, 111., Aug. gang of cracksmen, six in number in a high powered automobile; drove into Hom- er, 111., 14 miles west of here at 12.30 this morningi blew the safes in two banks, got in and made their escape, all in a half hour's time. The Rayiior and Babb bank lost and the Citizens' bank Here's Another! At Bowden Fair, 1914 Bread baked from OUR BEST 1TLOUK captured first prize in open competition. At Bowden Fair, 1915 Bread baked from OUR tured both first and second prizes in open competition. Really EXCEPTIONALLY Good Flour Ellison Milling Elevator Co JOHN GILMORE'S QUAKER BREAD THE UNFAILING REGULAR- ITY OF THIS BREAD IS ONE OF THE MAIN REASONS FOR ITS POPULARITY. IT IS AL- WAYS THE SAME, CLEAN. SWEET AND FRESH DAILY AND ALWAYS THE SAME APPETIZING FLAVOR. IT IS ONLY 5c A LOAF. To stop your hair from falling use the Rexall Hair Tonic, which all Rexall Drug Stores fully I 50c and 31.00 bottles. J. D. Higinbotll- j am Co., limited. vertisement. Dominion Loan FORECAST OF ISSUE. Amount of Loan, Probable denominations 3500 and with coupons attached bearing interest at 5% Registered or Bearer as desired, payable at any Chartered Bank in Canada semi-aunually. Free from taxation. PROBABLE TERitiS OF PURCHASE. Issue will be made about 15th September at a price about cr better, payabfa in six mon'hly instalments 'or a discount of for balance unpaid after first payment. Canadian government loans made during the last two years have been largely oversubscribed, uickly advancing to a sub: sfcantial premium "over the issue price. Brokers report already receipt of orders from clients "on whatever" terms the loan is Write or wire us your requirements and -we will secure- some these bonds for you today. British Canadian Trust Go. PHONE 1K43.- CONYBEARE BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALTA, Grain Man Enthusiastic K. C. Allen of the Winnipeg grain firm of W. S. McLaughlin and Co., ar- rived in the city this morning to spend a few days on'business with D. K. Har- ris of the United Grain Producers, their Southern Alberta agents, Mr. Alien has not been out through, the district as >et. but he fs satisfied from the reports that this part of the west j has the best crop in North" America j this year. He says the threshers' re- J turns show the damaged Manitoba fields turning out better than expect- ed. He will remain in Lethbridge for a few days and will tour tlis south before returning to Winnipeg, CASE THE RELIABLE Threshing Machinery Write, or call for prices and'terms. M. P. Johnston Co. ALBERTA BLOCK, PHONE 68! FURNACES Sheet Metal Work Geo. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK ILK! MILK AND DELIVERED CREAM DAILY. BABY'S MILK supplie-1! from individual COWR that have passed the tubercular test by the govern- ment veterinarian. ICE CREAM Socials, parties, etc. oirr spec- ialty. Give us a trial you wii! not be disappointcc'. EDGEHILL CANADIAN PACIFIC DAIRY Old Lethbridge Creamery's Stand. E01 7th St. S. Phone 1524 AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and POULTRY ON Thursday, August 31st At 619 Sixth Street South COMMENCING AT TWO P.M.. WILSON Auctioneer is instructed by the owner to sell the following: 2 white enamel .iron beds with' brass trimmings, also springs and mattresses; 2 dressers and Itands, 1 davenport, 1 camp cot, 1 side board, 8 chairs, odd tables, 1 mahogany rocker 1 carpet square, oil cloth, 1 fall-leaf table, 1 Singer sewing machine, 1 kitchen cabinet, 1 kitchen table, kitchen chairs, 1 electric iron, 1 washing wringer, 1 heater, 14-hple stove with .high closet, curtains, blinds, dishes, pictures, kitchen utensils, 1 baby buggy, nearly new, 1 boys' wagon, about'17 hens, chicken coops and numerous other articles. NO RESERVE AUCTipNEER'S OFFICE 403 5th ST. SOUTH. tHONE 1865 You'Will Thoroughly N Enjoy a Meal at T rviir LADUfi ilAl. SEPTEMBER 4th. 1916 Fare and One-Third- for liound Trip. Tickets on Sale September 1 to 4 inclusive. Final Return Limit, September 6th, Full particulars and tickets from S. B. MITCHELL, Ticket Agent, R. DAWSON District Passenger Agent Calgary, Alta. THE WHITE LUNCH CAFE 322 Fifth Street S. Newly Renovated and Enlarged New Modenily Equip- ped Dining Room Cool and: Thoroughly Ventilated Excellent Cuisine Attentive Service Table Boiniti- fnlly Supplied With the Del icacjes of the Season. Very Moderately Priced. Now the Best and Cheapest Place to Eat in the City THE WHITE LUNCH CAFE 32Z FIFTH STREET ;