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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - August 31, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS ____- -- TELEPHONE 1312 CENTRAL CCMPORTABlS HOTEL WINDSOR I---'----� -� - I -i-T--~ B��t $1.25  Day Hotslio Albsrta Stop, stand, look both ways; Be on guard, the wise man says. Take no chance--it never pays. 4 Use Taylor Made Fri. and Saturday Specials WE HAVE SECURED A VERY FINE LOf OP FRUIT AND VEGETABLES FOR THIS WEEK-END ALL AT VERY LOW PRICES. FREESTONE PEACHES, THE SLAPPY VARIETY, EXCEPTIONALLY FINE FOR PRESERVING, SARTLETT PEARS, B. C. RIPE TOMATOES, CUCUMBERS, ETC., ETC. FREESTONE PEACHES. The Slnppy variety Exceptionally fine to preierve. All fresh stock! Par crate.............................. $1.35 Per basket............................... 45s BARTLETT PEARS. 40 lb. cites. Per case $3.45 Per basket.............................. 50c APPLES. Good cookers, 3 lbs. for ..........29c Per Ir.rge case.......................... $2.90 BLUEBERRIES. Getting scarce. If we get them. Price per basket ......................*2,90 BLACKBERRIES. Getting scarce. Price, per crate ................................... $3.50 RIPE TOMATOE8. Fine lot of B. C. stock. Per basket ................................... �*� CUCUMBERS. Lsrge slss. '--ch ... 10c, 3 for 25c NEW POTATOES, 7 lbs. for ............... 25c NEW POTATOES, per ewt................. $3.50 NEW CABBAGE, per lb ................... 4c NEW CABBAGE, par cwt..................$3-50. GREEN PEPPERS, per lb.................. 25c VEGETABLE MARROW, per lb............. 5c CANTELOUPE8, each .............. 15c and 20c WATERMELON, p�r lb............ ........ 7c OLD POTATOES. We expect about a half ten of three. All In good shape. Fer cwt.......$2.75 The Alberta Automobile Road Guide Carrying a caiWul compilation of Maps and Information covering the roKds and tour routes of the province. Price - $1.50 THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1487 Druggists and Stationers Next Dallas Hotel THE GOOD CO. High Class Grecert Phtne 625 Make the MOST of the High Prices by consigning Your Grain to SMITH MURPHY & CO. You will realize every cent in It for you. and get your returns promptly. WRITE CR PHONE Office Phone 1313 Residence Phone 148* N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK. BLDG. ANNOUNCEMENTS Miss Bawden's private school will re-open for the fall term Wednesday, Sept.. 5th, at 9.30 a.m. Morning class for beginners. For further information apply 1256 4tii Avenue South or Phone 1158. 219-3  A dance. will he held in the K. of P. hall Saturday, Sept. 1st. Everybody welcome. Good orchestra in attendance. Gents 75 cents. Ladle? free. 221--; Owing to men leaving to work in the harvest field, J. Brodie has decided to discontinue house delivery ice this year, commencing Sept. 1st. 221-2 STROM ft D9WLER GRAIN �) CeiBMnisaiem Merchants Salary �BaWrtew UtHirUgjs Opr ejrtfiw lanulaftUe* la at frar servlee ai^sl >fth our sijwc . glares we cOjB *f�ly gyaraata* * te get yeu ttet-bsst afteee tec., .^o^ajasia a*?**? ttm* wU par ; .erfktndmee'�SJi LethbHeToa J Mt. WlL.sfibridieJ Saw Our Agaate who are hi wmmti � 'dlasMa*.- ' � Tl 4.. A. CUM Ml NO Lethbrlflg.M.'r^., Mike Cardmon, the Italian shoemaker of 212 13th St. S., has become very enthusiastic over the news of the combined bombardment of Trieste by the Italian and British fleets.. As a proof of this he offers an extra special price on all 3hoe repairs to the wives and children of soldiers at the front. This offer Is good until Sept. loth. 222-1 , 1 CALL US For Harvest Help cox & CO. 3*> FIFITH STREET 8. PHONE 1808 Winnipeg, Aug. 31-Despite the fact that the period for fixed basis price of wheat expired at the close or the trading session today business was little affected. The demand for cash wheat was unabated and everything offered was taken up at prices current during the week. The cash market for oats, barley and flax was about the same as Thursday, but closing price for oats was.Hjc higher. Trade is waiting for the new basis price, which will probably be announced on Monday. The matter will be considered at a full meeting of the board of supervisors to be held tomorrow afternoon. Winnipeg No. 1 Nor. spot today closed at a--drop of 20c from the hitherto-  prevailing basis price. This may be nn indication of what the trade expects now the fixed price will be. Trading .in the future market today was again coa-fined to oats and flax. The oats ot>-tions were from 1% to 3v higher. October flax was four cents higher and November 2c lower during the session but the latter rallied just before the close. October wheat which was traded in today for the last time until further notice, opened' 8%'c' higher than yesterday and a couple of transactions took place at the advance. October wheat closed 7Vic higher. October oats lM>c up, December lVfee up, and May l^c higher. October flax Closed 4c higher. ""November, lc higher and December 3c higher. Barley was unchanged. Futures Winnipeg Wheat- Oct........... Oats- Oft........... Dec........... Flax- Oct........... Dec........... Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat-No. 1 Nor... 220 218 60% 333�i 321 % 220  65 60% 330 328 No. 2 No-. 4 Feed . Nor.. 217 202 150 . 65% Feed No. 3 C. No. 3 Not...212 No. 5 ......177 Oats- No. 2 C. Vv Extra No. 1 No. 1 Feed . >32 Barlsy- No. 3 ......118 Rejected and. Feed.. Flax-No. 1 N. W. C.......\.........333 No. 2 C. W. 326% No. 3 C. W. 316 W. 64 ............. 64 No. 2 Feed . 61 No. 4 ......114 ........no- Have Us Install Yaur Furnace NOW So it will be all ready to use when needed. We are prepared to put.in new fAues, cold air boxes, or to build an entire turn-aoe it required. We have ample facilities and equal skill. You can depend upon our work every time and you'll tied upon inquiry that our charges pre always extremely reasonable. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA LOGAyiARREB Grain &'lihmtotk Prte* A. Track Prloes Wage* Prices Wheat .....- Wheat ......201 Oats ......65% Oats .... ..,52% Flax......- flax......296 Barley .....- Barley .....100% LIVESTOCK. PRICES..... Choice steers, 7Vic; choice cows, Select hogs, 150 to 250 lbs., 15V&c Choice killing wothers, sheared 10c. Choice killing ewes, sheared. 9c. Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. 8. and Itth Street, MINING, BUILDING A RAILWAY SUPPLIES A EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS OA*IG PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH BUGOIEB MENTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINDER ENQINEC PHONE 1726-TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR Let Us Serve \J Just one glass of soda and we know you will be a frequent visitor to our fountain. For there's no other soda like ours. It's simply 'nectar and nothing less. Stop in today for your first glass of it. Why put oft the exquisite pleasure auofc. -sad* affords? TRY A BOX OF OANONQ'S CHOCOLATE8 - BEST IN THE LAND. THE EMPIRE NEXT TQt OSMIUM THEATME SCHOOL SUPPLIES OPENING DAY for Our atock Is complete in every line including scribblers, exercise books, pencils, pens, rulers, pencil boxes, bock bags, text books for all grades. We bought all our scribblers a year ago-for this opening just to save our customers the advance prices of paper, so we are selling this year, scribblers with just as good pacer and just as much of it at the eld pries of Sc each., .-, Tie Rea* Cross Drug k Isok Co., Label1 P*ONE SSS. CITY AND DISTRICT On Holidays K. O. Stickley, recorder of tho department of public works, has gone to Pakowkl for a few days' holidays. Returna From Coast E, Adams has returned from the coaBt where he spent a two months' vacation. While away he acquired an interest in a shingle mill In Vancouver. On Way Home Mike Hastings, winner of the greatest number of events at the recent stampede here, was in the city today on his way to his home in Cheyenne, Wyo. MANY COMING HOME Franklins Here Now A carload of Franklin cars was unloaded today by the Williamson garage here. These are the first Franklins ever brought to Lethbrldge bf an agent and they are creating quite a stir in automobile circles. Did Not Report Bill Arnold, an Englishman, who U-crossed the line without reporting to ' the immigration authorities, appeared before Supt. Pennefather at the Mounted Police barracks this morning and was fined $5 and costs for entering Canada by stealth. It is understood he crossed at Kimball. Crerne pe Lis A Cosiiiet ic Balm lor Beautifying; and Preserving- the Complexion. IMPARTING TO THE SKIN A DELICATE SOFT AND TRANSPARENT WHITENESS. THIS PREPARATION ARRIVEO TODAY. THOSE WHO HAVE BEEN INQUIRING FOR IT WILL TAKE NOTICE OF THIS ANNOUNCEMENT. J. D. Higiabathan & Co - Liaritesl . 'Alberta's .Plenear DmgglstaV The Wholesale and retail efcemlate TELEPHONE NO. SU Meet the Parents Principals Davidson and Brandow of Central and Fleetwood schools will be in their offices between two and four tomorrow afternoon for the purpose of meeting parents and pupils who in-! tend starting at the school opening on Tuesday and to answer the questions of pupils with regard to the rooms they should report to. Winnipeg,. Aug. 30. - S. A. Armstrong, director of military hoapltaic, states that at least 15,000 wounded and physically unfit Canadian soldiers are expected to return within the next six months. He adds that official figures show that there are 9,000 patients in the sixty military-hospitals in Canada. There are approximately 1,200 men discharged from the service every month. STANDARDIZED STEAMERS. London, Aug, 30,7-The first of the British government's . standardized merchant steamers to replace tonnage lost -through submarines, it it' announced, has been, commissioned after completing most successful trials. The keel was laid v la February and the hull launched In June. It is understood that six different types of vessel, varying in size from 8,000 tons downward are being built. Office Stationery UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS, F. A E. CHECK WRITER, CHICAGO PENCIL 8HARPENER, OFFICE FURNITURE, TYPEWRITERS OVERHAULED. CLEANED AND REPAIRED. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE Everall & Franks Sinnott Block, Corner 4th Ave. and 6th St. Next-of-Kin Association Sergt. Holmes Jowett, accompanied by Mrs. Jowett, arrived in the city today to arrange for the meeting next Tuesday for the organization of a Lethbrldge branch of the Great War Next-of-Kin association. The meeting will be held at eight o'clock in the lodge room on the ground floor of the S.O.E. building. In addition to Mrs. Gr�vett, president of the Calgary association, and Mrs. Jowett, Mrs. Mc-Wllllnms of Calgary, will be presont to address the meeting. The organizers desire to secure as large an attendance as possible at their- first meeting. Labor Day Sunday Labor Day Sunday will be observed In the United Church, North Leth-bridse, next Sunday. Reference will bo made, especially at the evening service to the rights of labor. An invitation ia extended through the press to members of trades and labor council, of the Miners' Union ana of other bodies. Threshermen Don't Waste- Your valuable time In coming to the city looking for man but Phone J. Harris t Co. where to go for Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. phone 762 son FOUND On 5th Street 3. Off 3rd Ave. Oppos't' Bank of Montreal. Attrac'� - Clean and Up-to-Date barber shop WESTBROOK BROS. (Formerly Barbers for W. A Ott.) We have a crew ready for yeu anytime you call up, Residents Phone 1487 Labor Day DANCE IF YOU STAY AT HOME ON LABOR DAY, DON'T MISS THE Beat Dance of the Season . IN THE KNIGHTS OF . PYTHIAS HALL COME AND WIN THE WALTZ COMPETITION A Dance Committee Will Manage' the Floor and Make Everybody, Weloome. LARGE ORCHESTRA IN ATTENDANCE 221-3 They Cheer for Delanya Meat Co. AMMUNITION GUNS AND Shampooing, Combings made up, Facial Massage, Electrolysis ETC., ETC., ETC. Phone 1710 Hull Bleek Room 1 And all the necessary equipment, including Shooting Licenses. Consumers Hardware Co. 130 FIFTH ST. f. PHONE 121? LETHBRIDQf ;