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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta OFFICE 1885 HOUSE 1811 STRONG DOWLER GRAIN MERCHANTS Send us samples of your grain for grade and value. 403 5th STREET, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best 1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta 'Obey that Impulse Enjoy Life Use Taylor Made Specials for the Week-end at Good's NOW ISTHE TIME TO GET TRANSCENDANT CR AB APPLES AND BARTLETT PEARS FOR PRE- SERVING THE PRICE ON THESE ARTICLES IS RIGHT AND THE QUALITY IS THE FINEST, BESIDES VOU CAN NEVER TELL WHEN THEY WILL DE OFF THE MARKET. WE HAVE A GOOD SUPPLY OF OTHER LINES AS WELL. TRAN3ENOANT CRAB APPLES. In first class shape. 40 Ib. cases, each BARTLETT PEARS. You can get nothing bet- ter at nny time. Special, per 40 Ib. case Per backet .45 LUG BOXES. Extra heavy. Weighing about 60 Ibs. or more, per FREESTONE PEACHES, per basket.........45 FREESTONE PEACHES, per case PLUMS. Assorted, per basket ...............45 PLUMS, Assorted, per case RIPE TOMATOES. B. C.'s per basket ,.....45 RIPE TOMATOES. Hot house, per basket .50 MALAGA GRAPES, per pound ..............15 MALAGA GRAPES, per 6 pound basket.....80 TOKAY GRAPES. Our first shipment to arrive Saturday morning. BLACKBERRIES. A shipment to arrive on Saturday morning. SWEET POTATOES. Jersey's. The finest, just in. 3 pounds for..........................25 BLUEBERRIES.'B. C.'s, 2 pounds for.......35 Per 10 pound box GRAVENSTEIN APPLES. Extra fine eating. 3 pounds for.............................25 DUCHESS fcriod cooking. 4 for .................................25 CANTALOUPES. Each. and..........15 CUCUMBERS. For slicing, large size, 3 for .25 Smaller ones, 4 for......................25 PICKLING CUCUMBERS, per Ib............15 PICKLING ONIONS, per pound ............20 GREEN PEPPERS, per pound ..............20 PEANUT BUTTER. Squirrel brand. In 1 Ib. tins. Very fine, per tin ...................30 COMB HONEY. California White Clover, per section..................................25 SWEET MIXED PICKLES. Heinz's, per pint .25 SCOTCH SHORT BREAD. A very tasty piece of pastry. Per pound ...................45 MIXEU BISCUITS. Peak Ffeans. Assorted, Ib. .40 GINGER SNAPS. Paulin Chambers. 2 Ibs. for .25c BACON. Stirling brand. Medium size, in the piece, per pound.........................29 HEAVY SIDES. In the piece, per Ib....... .26 SYRUP. Old Tyme Brand. Pint bottles, each .30 Quart bottles, each .......................50 TOILET SOAP. 8 good sized cakes for......25 BEANS- California. Brown, small, 4 Ibs. for .25 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Here's Another! At Bowden Fair, 1914 Bread baked from OUR BEST FLOUR cap Lured, first prize in open competition. At Bowden Fair, 1915 Bread baked from OUR BEST cap- tured both first and second prizes in. open competition. Really EXCEPTIONALLY Good Flour Ellison Milling Elevator Co To everyone buying school supplies to the amount of 50c 01- over we will give one of our Special Pencil Boxes containing- a pen. pencil and a ruler. We have everything in scribblers, pencils, pens, erasers, rulers, school bags, etc. High School Texts Ontario High School English Grammar 60c Ontario High School Physi- cal Geography 75c Ontario High School French Grammar............. 75c Baker's Geometry for Schools, Theoretical----- 65c Baker's Plane Geometry 45c How Canada's Governed B. R. High School His- tory................. 75c C. Smith's Elementary Al- gebra Manual of Composition, G. K. 4 Myer's General History N The High School Arith- metic Complete line of Literature for Grades IX, X, X! and XII. Public School Texts Dom- School Geography World Relations and the Continents 90c How to be Healthy Symes Wrong English History Duncan's Story Canadian People 65c Alberta Public School Spel- ler Lang's Public School Gram- mar 30c Elementary Part I. Arith- metic 30c Elementary' Part II. Arith- metic Jenkin's Canadian Civiis Elementary Composition Gage's Fifth Reader Graphic Drawing Books 20c Etc., Etc. 30c 45c 45c 70c WE STRONGLY ADVISE TO: GET YOUR SUPPLIES EARLY, AS A SHORTAGE IS PROBABLE. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. MARKETS There wore many-factors in-today's market that a prophesy was mere guess work. Never in the history has a market been confronted with so complicated news. Domestic situa- tion and strong cablegrams were the chief items, but ttie war news was .111 important bear [actor aud broke the market after a strong opening. The general trade was fair, most- ly scalping. Exporters were -out of the market and the only good buying from houses with outside con- nections. Prices moved very quickly and hindered sprea-'liig. The cash premiums .continue to run high with 7H cents over previous prices for October paid today for uo. 1 Northern. Oats and wheat were both in good demand with receipts light. Thirty- eight cars of new wheat came in ou j Thursday, 24 of which were in mill- ing grades. Winnipeg Cash Prices No. 1 Nor...154% Nor. [No. 3 No. 4 Nor. Oats No. a C. W................ No. Nc. 1 Feed............... Barley: No. i No. 4..................... Rejected and feed.......... Flax: No. 1 N. W. C. Xo. 2 C. W................. FUTURES Winnipeg wehat: October 50 49 Si, S3 76 December.. 151 14654 150 Oats: October........... 50 December........... 48 Flax: October December.......... Minneapolis wheat September........ 155 Chicago wheat September.....: .-144'4 December May 142% 144 47% 148'i 146% Saloons and Fans with School uppiies Everyone purchasing school supplies to the value of 25c or over will have the choice of either ,a BAL.1 LOON'OR A BEAUTIFUL JAP- ANESE FOLDING FAN. ft Our stock-of supplies for the school opening is'ver'y large and contains everything the pupils will require in Blank Books, Pencils, Text Books, etc. Our prices are the same as before the'war, for by securing our. stock very early in'ihe sea- son we were protected from the recent heavy advance in paper prices. Tire Red Cross Drag Book Co., Lniild CITY AND DISTRICT Re-Opens Sept. 5th. Miss Bawden's private school will re-open on September 5th. Taber Visitors AV. El, Bullock ami A. Aubin were Taber visitors in the city to- day. School Re-Opens The public schools of the city open 1 for the fall term on Tuesday, Sept. Confers on Timetable C. W. Fisher, chief dispatcher for jthe C. P. R. here, went to Calgary i yesterday to confer with other offle- ,Is on the winter schedule of trains. Four For Am. Legion Four new recruits have been secured this week by the 211th American Le- gion. The last three to sign on came in Wednesday. They are Henry Stev- ens, F, Ruse, and F. Werges. Funeral.of Infant The funeral of the eight-months- old daughter of .Mike Miskulfm, 2nd avenue, Hardieville, who died on Wednesday, was held yesterday from St. Patrick's church. Returns From Coast Fred Kenny, local manager of C.P. R. telegraphs, who has been holiday- ing at fhe coast, has, returned. He says business is a shade better on the prairies than in the coast cities. For Belgian Relief W. A. M.P., acknowledges the contribution of ?11 to the Belgian Relief Fund, being the proceeds of an ice cream social held by the Daughters jand Maids of England. Band Concert Sunday The Kilties Band which is to arrive here Saturday, will give a concert in .the Majestic theatre Sunday evening. The band will number 35 men. If the weather is bad on Saturday night, the concert to be held in the park will be held in the Majestic. JOHN G1LMOHES QUAKER BREAD BREAD MUST BE WELL BAKED. BREAD NOT WELL BAKED CAUSES GAS AND IN- DIGESTION. QUAKER BREAD' IS BAKED IN A BRICK OVEN AT A HKAT OF 560 DEGREES. THIS MEANS THAT THE CEN- TER OF THE LOAF IS AS WELL BAKED AS THE CRUST QUAKER BREAD 16 HEALTH- FUL. WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 762 ELIGIBLE MEN MUST BE READY Windsor, Ont., Aug. at the opening oE the fair here, Hon. Rooert Rogers, minister of public works, declared the government was prepared to -adopt any measures which might be necessary to provide the -JO.OOO men which Premier Bor- den had promised should be raised by Canada to aid the motherland, and while he did riot think conscription would be resorted to until every other meahs had failed, he warned eligible men to be ready. Bromhead, a small town on the C: N. R. between Neptune and F-ste- van, Sask., ,was destroyed by fire. FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Geo. R. Dixon CD- PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK NOTED QUEBEC JUDGE IS KILLED BY FALL Montreal, Aug. 31. Mr. Justice Charbonneau, of the Quebec superior court, was killed by a fall on his yacht -while on a fishing trip at Three Rivers today. Judge Charbonneau de- cided in a famous judgment in 1912 that the ne temere decree had no civil effect in Quebec when he reversed a lower court's decision which had rati- fied the ecclesiastical-dissolution 'of the marriage of (he Hebsrt Roman Catholics who had been mar- 1 ried by a Methodist minister. The New Commercial Cafe 208 5th Street South LOCAL MARKETS Track prices Wagon Prices Wheat Wheat 134 Oats Oats 39 Flax 171 Flax...... 160 larley 74 Barley 5S LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, a% to 61i; fat cows to Select hogs, 150 to 200 1014 Sheep, choice killing ewer, 7 cents. ORPHEyM Special for Labor .Celebration; ''Sept. 'ith Now Open for Business j Everything new. Tlie largest dining room in 'the qfty. We serve the -.-best' meals for 25c and up. PRIVATE BOOTHS FOB LADIES We filso serve ice cream, soft drinks, cigars, tobaccos and fruit. PA ANTAGEP VAUDEVILLES DIRECT FOR NEW YORK NESTOR SWEETHEARTS A Big Girl Act that ii up to Standard. Specia! .Costumes and Scenery. AND GREAT VAUDEVILLE FEATURES PICTURES AND ORCHE8TRA THREE PERFORMANCES Special 3.30. Prices'. Children 10c, Adults 2Bc Evening 8.1S and 9.45. Price 50c ANY SEAT IN THE HOUSE Come early 'antf aViald the ruth. A SPECIAL INVITATION IB EXTENDED T0 STrtANOERS IN THE-CITY. SPICE'S! -CLEAN AND PURE The difference between good Spices and ordinary spices, as fas as price is concerned, is so little that It is very poor, econr omy to buy any .but: the very best. "V After using once, you will always use them, for "the simple reason that they are much cheaper in the Our entire stock of Spices is of the same high grade, 'and in- cludes: White, Black and Red Pepper. Ginger, Green and Bleached, Mustard, Cinnamon, Cardamon, Mace, Nutmeg, Coriander, Sage, Cloves, Caraway, Allspice, Laurel. Dill, Marjoram, Anise, Curry, Celery, Chflies, Summer Savory, Turkey Tumerie, Mixed, Spices. J. D. Limited "A Ibert-a'i Pioneer O The Wholesale and retail .chemitis TELEPHONE NO. 322 To Meet Parents J. Davidson, of Central school, C. Brandow of Fleetwood school, and II. Bruce of Westminster school, will be in "their respective schools on Satur- day from 2 to 4 o'clock to meet any parents who wish information about their children attending school.. PRIVATE SCHOOL MISS BAWDEN'S PRIVATE SCHOOL re-opnn Tuesday, 5th, at 9.30 a.m. .after- noon class for beginners wil. com- mence at 1.30 p.m. For'terms-and particulars apply to '1255- Fourth Avenue s, V Reserved Seats Held In order to accom inodate out-of- town patrons who intend visiting the flity on Labor Day, the management of1 the Majestic theatre have made rrangements whereby all reserva- tions for seats 'phonad in to the Hed- ley Drug company, for "Charley's Aunt" which plays the Majestic on Labor Day, will be positively held until eight o'clock on the evening of the performance. Seats should be called for at the theatre box office. THURSDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES Steers to feed- ers, to S6.25; cows ?4 to fo; hogs, Chicago: Steers, to cows to hogs, ?7-90 to sheep to Senator of says the election of Hughes would mean war. It would be a repudiation of Wilson's peace policy. Ottawa, Aug. new- pension board which will have permanent su- pervision of the whole war pension system of the Dominion has been named. This board will lake over from tho militia department the ad ministration of the act. The chairman of the board is J. K. L. Iloss, a Montreal multi-millionaire, whose generosity toward war assoc- iation funds haa neon very marked arid who possesses considerable busi- ness ability. I The other members are Major John t Iv. Todd, M.D.. of Montreal, 'and Col. j Labatl, 9! Hamilton, j CANADIAN PACIFIC LABOR DAY SEPTEMBER 4th. 1916 Fare and One-Third foj- Kouml Trip. Tickets.on Sale September 1 to 4 inclusive. Final Return Limit, September 6th. Full particulars and tickets from S. B. MITCHELL, Ticket Agent, Lethbridge. R. DAWSON District Passenger Agent Calgary, Alia, C. P. Barrett, general western pass- eftger agent of the Delaware, Lacta- waim and Western Railway and A. Day. travelling passenger apent of the same road, accompanied by Sirs. Bar- rett were in the city last night, goisg south this morning. To the Herald Mr. Barrett expressed the hope that the railway strike would be settled amicably without the leaving their work. Mr. Barrett passed through Western Canada a few years ago, but declared this morning that he never thought there were such pos- sibilities in the west as he had seen himself this trip. "This part of the country is simply said he. Mrs. Barrett, whose in Chicago, made the statement that nothing even in the famous Lincoln Park there, can approach in beauty the Gait Gardens. It is so unlike what anyone would expect to find on the prairies that they made special mention of it. H. G. KILNER SHOE STORE iU 13th Street North Repairs Neatly Executed COAl. AND TRANSFER C.O.D. School Supplies Get your supplies from us as we have a complete stock. It will save you time and trouble. Robertson's Book Store OLD BENTLEY STAND 5th STREET 8. PHONE 1265 ;