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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS TELEPHONE 1312 CENTRAL COMFORTABLE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR a Diy Hotel in Urtad baited from OUR BEST ptOUB prize in opcii cora- iwl itioiu all girl. EXCEPTIONALLY. Milling Elevator Pride of Alberta and Mother's Favorite TAYLOR-MADE CLOUR The Standard Brands of Flour Fashion REPRINT NOVELS We have just opcnsd a nsw shipment of these comprliing a'large ranee of the leading lilies of the well known writers such as Zana Grey, B. M. Bower, Harold Bell Wright, Gene Slratloh Porter, Robt, Chambers, Rex Beach, Jacfc London, etc., etc. PRICE B5c EACH. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1487 Make the MOST of the High Prices by cwsigQ- ing Your Grain to SMITH-MURPHY CO. You realize every cent IQ It for you, and gel roar re- turns promptly. WRITE OR PHONE Office Phone 1313 Reiid'ence Phone 1W N. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHSHIDCE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. What's the Reason Grain Buyers Won't Pay Fixed Prices We are prepared to pay Gov- ernment fixed prices at all limei and for any quantities of wheat, eilhcr'in store Fort William or an track', lets the uiual commis- sion and freights. Streng Dowler J. A. Gumming, Mar., Lethbrldga HIGHEST PRICES PAID Liberal-Advances on Bills of Lading and Prprnpt Returns. WE TRADE IN SAMPLE AND GRADEO'cRAIN AND ASK YOU TO MAHK YOUR BILLS OF LADING "SAMPLE TRADING." Cars df Wanted at Once We-ali'o for every car of wheat "we can handle st Government .Fined Prices and it will be to your financial advantage to concult us before billing. Pike Grain Company, Ltd. AND BONDED Lethbrldge Ciljary.- Edmonton A. E. REESOR, Minig.r, Phone 616, Reildence 1M2 k Your Bills of Lading ''Sample Trading" "In the contract grade! of wheat it will do no harm ind in Bll other gradet and grjlns'lt may be decidedly to your advantage. With brancnei aljjoth Winnipeg and Fort William, we tsn give eiceltent tervlce, Whether telling on sample or .on 'grade. JAMES KrcIIAKDSOJN SONS, X-IM1TED Sherlock Bldg.. W. J.'Lloyd, Mgr- Lclhbridjc Phone 777 W. H. Randall, Acct. if- We an In the market now, ax for BALE1 I POTATOES. Let ui hnow vrhtn you will b> to'sh FAKM TRODUCTS, LTMI'TE Have Us Ibttall YnrFaniaceNOW Ko it be all ready to-.OM When needed. We are prepared It put In new (lues, ijnld air hoies, or to build an entire furn- ace K required. We bare ample faclllllea and equal aklll You can depend upon iur work every Uine and you'll flrd ufcon Iiifjulrj thfll our charges vre always ex Uetnely reason at If1. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIOGE, ALBERTA FRESH OYSTERS Our Firsl orCOASTXKAUCl) SOLID MKAT OYRTKUS ARE IN. WE WILL HAVE SHIPMENTS IN REGULARLY FROM NOW ON THROUGHOUT THE SEASON. FOR NUMEROUS CAUSES THE PRICE IS SOMEWHAT HIGHER THAN LAST YEAR BUT EVEN AT THE PRICE WE ARE SELLING THEM AT THEY ARE CHEAPER THAN A GOOD MANY OTHER FOODS. PRTCES AS FOLLOWS: v Half Quarts.......81.25 FRESH FRUITS OF ALL KINDS PEACHES. Preserve peaches while the quality Is 'good and the .price right. We have both this week. Per case 95c ITALIAN PRUNES. All tintsl quality- Price Is slightly higher than il was but still Tower than what you may expect soon. Per case )1.10 APPLES. No. 1 Wealthier and Alexanders, per case....................................S2.50 No. 1 Gravenstelns. case ............S2.9CJ ORCHARD RUN. Mclnlosh Reds. First we have had In. Per case........................W.75 LARGE CRATES WEALTHIES. Per crate.. S2.00 PICKLING special. These would be cheap at a good deal more money. Special per case................................... SI.la FLEMISH BEAUTY PEARS. Large size cases. Per cist JJ.25 HYSLOP CRAB APPLES. The dark red ones for Je lly. Per large ease GREEN TOMATOES. Large cases. Each 11.50 RIPE TOMATOES. Per Green Peppers, per Ib...................... 25c NIAGARA GRAPES. A very special price on these while they last. 4 Ib. baskets.............2Sc Per crale, 4 SEALERS, HALF GALLON PERFECT SEAL', A FEW IN STOCK. TOMORROW WE EXPECT SOME ECONOMY PINTS AND BY THE END OF THE W EEK SOME CROWN QUARTS. HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD GO. P H ONE 525; Ocl. The flai situation is eitreraely bearish. Tbero appears lo be enough In Canada and .the Unit- ed Stales to meet requirements until the large Argentina croji begins niOTc. Oat futures were strong and barley active, .but trade was limited. The strike and verv llglil' receipts bullish factors. There was a Eligully belter export inrtutry for bar- ley and October advanced one cent, j Tradlns m tlio rash depart- raenl was slow all around. The Wheat Kxport company wore, buyers clr n'-im- j bers 1. 2 and 3 Northern grades, ami also those grades tor which prices I have been fixed. Snippers and eastern millers were lu the market forr.-nljTn.'i bers 2 and 3 XorlherrL-arfd lower; grades. Prices wero-ifnchatiged- maud for cash oats wag not brisk. In- quiry lor cash barley was good, with little being offered. Cash flax was quiet and unchanged. Winnipeg oats closed lo Hfec high- er. K.'ai dropped -Jic for October, 2c for November for December. Winnipeg Market Oct CSti CSH NOT. f. 67 Dec .CJ TALL 67V, 63S i22 BALED HAY AND hip. IMITED OCL I Ocl............ 307 307' 301 "302 Dec.........'. Cash Prices :o. 1 Nor...221 Koi 2 3 Xor...215 No..6 Nor..-151 0. G Nor...185 Feed.....173 D. Z C. IV. 6Sy, No. 3 C: W. ?ilra 1 Feed.............. 65H 1 Feed.. No. 2 Feed.. J- Vo. 3 C. W. 122 No. 4 C. W. US lejected and Peed No. 1 N. W. No. 2 C. W. 30-1 Xo. 3 C. W. 293 Chicago Chicago, Oct. wheat, 'cash nominal. Corn, Xo. 2 yellow '19G lo No. .S No. 1 ycllov> nominal., Z white Cl to standard 01K lo Minneapolis Minneapolis, Minn.; Oct. 3-yellow 191 lo 152. 3 whlto SSI' to New York New York, Ocl. sales: Canadian I'aclAc 147% U. S. Stee U. S. Steel preferred The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. 8. 'and lath StrVei W1NINO. BUILDING 4 RAILWAY SUPPLIES EQUIPMENT ,TUDHOPC ANDERSON AND EMERSON FAffM IMPLEMENTS. "'HO PLOWS SULKIEO FOBD TRACTOR ATTACH. BUOOIet- AUTOtTRAILlRS BIIJDCR ENQIDEC RHONE A-BLUE LINE OAR ANNOUNCEMENTS The ConaerTatory Orcocilra will bi Rln their fall practices OD evening, October 3rd at 7.30. 217-: A dance vr 111 be In the K. o P. hall on Thursday, Oct.' 4lh. Coot orchestra In attendance. Gents 71 cenln. free. OFFERS UNUSUAL ATTRAC- TIONS ON THE FARM Snaps of. the Ri'pe Grain, the Harvesting, the FiouDnintf, eic., will prove Irrter- esttlng and variable. Come In, Klect a Kodak how. II irlll provide j world of amuse- ment and'nca'Ifliy" recreation. ASK FOR CATALOGUE Kodaks...............57.00 up Brownlei to S12.00 fremoi.......... J2.00 to J11.00 Tk Red Crow Drag Co, Lulled CITY AJVI) DISTIHCT Elks Meetiim; i.vihbrluBc Lodge 11. I'. O. Elks-ivlu! hold Iliolr regular mccilue on Thurs- day evening. October 1th afS p.m A full attendance Is earnestly request- K. of P. Tonight. Tho regular mecling of Lcthbridgo Ixidge Mo. 2, K. of P., will be held