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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta OFFICE 1805 HOUSE 1811 STRONG pOWLER GRAIN MERCHANTS stnd us of your for grade value. 403 5th STREET, LETHBRIDGE, ALT A. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best Day Hotel in Alberta Obey that Impulse Enjoy Life Use Taylor Made x Saturday Night Specials at Good's B. C. RIPE TOMATOES. All in first class shape. Price per baskrt MALAGA GHAPES, per Ib. 15c Por 6 pound basket.................... ?5c CALIFORNIA TOKAY GRAPES. First this season. Very.fine eating, per Ib.......... 20c Per 6 pound B. C. CUCUMBERS, 4 and 5 for............ 25c THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 525 MODEL BAKERY BREAD; ITS ALWAYS GOOD Ask. your grocer, or phone 1175 and the will call. Winnipeg. Sept. wheat closed Hfce higher tor October. better and higher for May. Oats were up for both months. Barley dropped half a cent in October, flax was down for October, for November and down for December. Minneapolis wheat was higher for September. 3S up for December and 3c up for May.- Very quiet day. with the smallest trade for a long time. The professionals spent the evening up and the only feature to the j market was the buying by the export- j crs in the morning. This was not ot great volume. Many rumors of the" strike and war conditions came in but j the market refused to be moved. The j cash trade was good with wheat fjrm j at TVJc over October'or-Nb. 1 North-' era "Oats were good at half a cent over for No. 2 C. W. Holiday in all markets Monday. SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg'Wheat- _ Oct............. 14S To everyone buying school supplies' to the amount of 30c or 5S iEatevan. fair 41 Saskatoon, cloudy Hi' 3t; (Moose Jaw, clear....... us j Battleford, fair (JO 44 i Mennertosa. clear........ H2 Pierson, cloudy Morden, cloudy Gl 34 Port Arthur, clear...... 04 lifi j Vegrevillc, cle'ar 75 42 i Yorkton, clear 61 31 j Virden, clear 59 35 The weather Throughout the west has been cool with very slight trace of rain. Forecast -Manitoba: Fine and .cool today, some local showers by Sunday night. Saskatchewan and Alberta: Mostly j fair today, local showers tonight and I on Suh.-lay with stationery oi" higher temperatures. LOCAL MARKETS Track prices Wagon Prices Wheat' .....1421, Wieat 134 Oat 39 Oats .160 Flax 170% Flax Barley 74V- Barley 8 LIVESTOCK-PRICES Choice steers i to 6V, fat con 'Select 'h'ogs, 1 0 to 500 Ib 10% Sheep, choice Killing ewe 7 cent PRIVATE SCHOOL MISS BA.WDEN'S PRIVATE SCHOOL re-open Tuesday, September 5th, at 9.30 a.m. A special after- noon class for beginners wil com mence at 1.30 p m For term and particulars apply to Fourth Avenue S. S22-3 The New Commercial Cafe 208 5th Street Now Open for Business Everything new. The largost dining room in tlie city.' buy thc'licst goods obtainable and serve the best meals for 25c and up. PRIVATE BOOTHS FOR LADIES a nice'-hbliday dinner come to llie Com- mercial. ORPHEUM Special for Labor Daj Celebration, Sept. 4th PANTAGECJ DIRECT FOR NEW YORK NESTOR, MOORE SWEETHEARTS A Big Girl Act that is up to Standard. Special Costume! and Scenery. AND OTHER GREAT VAUDE- VILLE FEATURES PICTURES AND ORCHE6TRA THREE PERFORMANCES Special Matinee, 3 30 Children 10c Adulti 25e Evening 8.15 and 9.45. Price. 50c ANY SEAT IN THE HOUSE Come.early and avoid the ruiti "A INVITATION IS EXTENDED TO STRANGERS IN THE S I CITY AND DISTBICT j '__________________ I .Choirs to Reassemble j The -cJioirs of Knox cliurcli and {Wesley church will re-assemble to- morrow at their respective churches 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 econ- omy to buy any but the very best. After using ours once, yon will always use them, for the simple reason that, they are much cheaper in the end. Our entire stock of Spices is of the same high grade, and. in- cludes: White, Black and Red Pepper. Gingsr, Green and'Bleachsd, Mustard, Cinnamon, Mace, 4 Coriander, Sage, Cloves, Caraway, Allspice, Laurel, Dill, Marjoram, Anise, Curry, Celery, Chilies, Summer Savory, Turkey Dressing, Tumeric, Mixed, Spices. J. D. Higiobotham Co. "Alberta'c Pioneer Druggists." Tte Mort Wholetslft and retail chemlttl TELEPHONE NO. 122 after the summer holidays. No Meeting Monday Owing to the holiday Mizp.Mi lodge, No. 72, I.O.O.F. v.MH tnot hold their regular meeting on Monday evening. To Attend Grand. Lodge T. W. Parsons and E. Oxiand left this afterooon for Red Deer where they will attend the annual meeting of the Grand Lodge of the Sous of England. OUR CONSTANT1 AIM AND WHOLE EFFORT IS TO MAKE QUAKER BREAD AS GOOD AS BREAD CAN POSSIBLY BE. ASK YOUR GROCER TO SEND VOU A LOAF AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELF WHETHER OUR EFFORTS ARE SUCCESSFUL OR NOT. WE WILL ABIDE BY YOUR DECISION. DELIVERS DECLARATION Berlin, Sept. dispatch from Constantinople Says last 'night the] Turkish government delivered to the I Rumanian ambassador the declaration of war against Rumania. EMPRESS OPENS 10 a.m.' MONDAY Notice to' strangers who will not he ahle to stop the evening to sea the shows. their benefit the .Empress will open'at 10 o'clock in the morn- ing with a first run Charlie Chaplin and a Metro Wonderplay, featuring the eminent star Edmund Breese, who gained such popularity in 'Mini, tho "The Iron Master Mind" and many others. Don t forget open, at-10 o'clock in the Recruits for Highlanders Jas. P. Lee, Napoleon Marcliand of .Quebec and E. A. McDowell of Nohleford are the latest recruits to be taken on by the Lethbritige High- landers. This makes six secured in Lethbricige this week and over in the past three weeks since the last active campaign was started. U. C. T, Annual Picnic The annual picnic of the Letbbridge Council No. 511 U.C.T., will be held .Monday. September 4th at the river bottom south of Kipp. Every com- mercial traveller in the city is in- vited. Autos will start from the Oddfellows hall at 10.30 Monday morning. Be on hand and enjpy a goail outing. FOLK.: SALE FIRE WOOD COLD BARRELS Load Lethln-idge Brewing Malting Co. FURNACES AND jSheet Metal Work Gco, E. Dixon Cu., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK T. and L. Council Tomorrow The Trades and Lahor Council will meet tomorrow afternoon at two o'clock in the Labor Temple. All members are urgently requested to be as business in connection with the-Labo Day Celebration will be .dealt .ivitb in Gait Gardens, 8 p.m, I March Novelty Gasto Gilbert Waltz "Brides and flutter flies" Morel Selection "WoodianiP' Lhiders Mazurka Ruase Czarine'' Overture "Poet and Peasant" Suppe Wialtz "The Love Kiss' A. .Prybr March "Gilmore's Triumphal" Brooke at Majestic, 9pm March "The Thunderer Snusa Waltz "Delores" Walterfel Selection "Maritana" Wallace Overture "XanipaV Harold "A Perfect Day' Waltz "Nights of oladness Ancliffe March Entry of the Gladiators, As a souvenir of the band's visit, programs with a nhoto ot the band and its popular cpndactqr. will be on sale at each concert" M BIRTH 1st, )9K, to .Mr. and Mrs. Win. Oliver, a son. CONSTRUCTION Instructions have been received :rom the headquarters of the 239tb battalion at Valcartier to continue re- cruiting in LetlibrJdge until further notice for this popular branch of the service. What is needed at once are experienced track-layers and team- sterS FVed W. Downer at the Vic toria. Mansions can give all in forma lion to intending recruits and invites all those that are interested in rail W0J- construction work to come to life office He requires immediately one or tuo local men to join thfe 239tl battalion and remain in the city for a short time to assist him in recruit Ing already 'from l.ethbridge in this bat- taiioh anil by the 15tli or September the mark should be reachnii. There Is no drill in the lint Its work is Just as Important, as the transporting of supplies and ammuni- tion to the-boys nt tho tiring lino in greatly assisted by the Hallway Con- fltru'cMori corps. CANADIAN PACIFIC LABOR SEPTEMBER 4th. 1916 Fare and One-Third ito'Eoiind Trip. Tickets on Sale September 1 to 4 inclusive, final Return Limit, 'September6th. v Full part'culars and tickets from S. B. MITCHELL, Ticket Agent, Lethbridgc. R. DAWSON District Passenger Agent Calgary, Alta. School Opening and Nyal Days Every purchaser .of Nya! prep- arations will receivo _, One Japanese -Flying; Bird. Beginning Saturday and the week of September 4th alto. We will give 3 flying bird with each 25o worth of scribblers. (6 for 25c.) frank Hedle} Drug Co. LETHBRIOOE, ALBERTA "The sales of Noblemen Cigars have more than trebled (luring tho past i three months. Have you tried one On every dollar's worth of wnooi BOOKS or supplies. Cash only. Robertson's Book Store OLD BENTLEY STAND 118 S. PHONE 1266- ;