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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS TELEPHONE 1312 '.CENTRfL CCMFORTA1LJ LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beit Hotel ia'Albwrte Taylor-Made BLUEBERRIES. Per basket BLACKBERRIES. Per crate CRAB APPLES. Per case Preserving Fruits In To-day PEACHES, FREESTONES. Per case................... ITALIAN PRUNES. Per case.................... BARTLETT PEARS. Per case................... A FULL LINE OF ALL FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. School Supplies TEXTS, SCRIBBLERS., EXERCISE BOOKS, PUBLIC SCHOOL RULERS. ERASERS, PEN POINTS, ETC., WITH SLOT WORTH WE ARE GIVING A PENCIL BOX FREE THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone end Stitteneri Next HtUl THE GOOD CO. High Class Gwers Phone 525 MARKETS Make tbe MOST of the High Prices by cwsigii- iog Your Grain to SMITH-MURPHY CO. You will realize every cent la' It (or jou. ifld Hi jvir.rf tanu promptly. WHITE CR PHONt- OfTlw Phone 1313 Residence Phene N T. MACLEOD. MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. STRONG t MWttR GRAIN tad McrebuU Ov ntlra nnlM witi ou Iran cu U> m Ike'kMt jtmr at ur U inJ the' were very light, holders are awaiting the new fixed price before marketing. The tough grades as well as the better grades were in demand. Cash oals were not in .such active demaftil as Ihey were during the lat- ter end of last week, and liltle was of- fered. Eastern shippers were Ihe principal buyers. There was an im- proved demand for barley and track [irices advanced one ceni. Flax busi- ness was dull. i Trauins in Ihe future market was confined entirely lo oats and flax. Oats opened a couple of points higher than previous Vlose and .the. flnctua- ions during the day were only frac- ional, the market remaining fairly steady. October and November flax open- id to cents lower and the rading which was not extensive, was done around the uew quotations. Winnipeg cash wheat closed al 222, one tent higher than previous close. October flax closed cents down; November 1 cent lower and Decetiiber 2 cents down. Futures. October......... December........ GOK" May Barley- October October 325 December Winnipeg Cash Prices. No. 1 Nor.. .222 No. 2 Nor.. .220 No. Nor..-21! No. 4 No. 5 Nor...175 No. G Nor.. .161 Feed ..........-.............151 Oats- No. 2 C.W.. 61% No. 3 C.W... Ex. 1 feed No. 1 feed.. No. 2 feed.. 6074 No. 3 ...'..'.Its No. 4 ..I...114 Rejected and feed.............110 Flax- No. 1 C.W-..329 Xo. 2-'C.W...322H No. 3 C.W...............'.....312 Chkaga Wheat. Chicago, Sept. Wheat- 2 red.......... No. 3 red No. 2 hard No. 3 hard No. 1 white. Standard 64% GO G3% 326 315 THE HEYDAY OF YOUTH SCHOOLDAYS It is always with reluctance that some pupMs start to when they get to work they are about it. The happiest days in one's life are school of course, the necessary things are at hand to make good work possible and pleasant. AVe Handle (be Standard School 217 212 .217 '2H 220 m 210 5S1J 50 50 VI BORN Mr. and Jirs. F. Hed- ley, Sept. 3. a son. 224-1 Grain A Livestock Prices CALOARY LIVE STOCK. Calgary.' Sept. Livestock re- ceipts have been light the first two days of this week. No hogs on mar- ket yesterday or today, hut a good run is looked for Wednesday and Tilers- day. Dutcher c-allle sold yesterday at JS.15. Today the market stiffened and two loads brought (S.7S. Have Us Install Ywr Furnace NOW So It will be all ready to use when needed. We are prepared to put In new flues, cold air boies, or to Build an entire furn- ace If have ample facCilies and tq-jal skill, you can depend upon >iur work elery fiine and you'll tird upon inquiry lhal our charges pre always c.v Iremely reasonable. Tnck Prlcei Wheat Oats Flax Barley 201 ..'.'52K 301 100 Wheat B5Vi Oats Flax Barley LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, choice cows, 654c. Selecl hogs, 150 to 250 Iba., 15l4c. Choice killing wethers, sheared lOc. Choice killing ewes, sheared. 9c, The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. S. mi (3th Street, MiniNu. i CfiUIPIViCriT TUOHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS OANO PLOWS FORD TRACTOR ATTACH. BU60IES MENTS. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINDER ENQUiEC. PHONE A BLUE LINE CAR Undertaking OX K WORD suffice to drav? atten- tion to Ihe naturft of our business and a fftw more to the tact that f.l calls, whether sent In day or night, arc- answered prompt ly. Our services have proved highly satisfactory In all c.iflEH where we have hccn retained anil FUNKUALS CONDUCTED by us are marked by a per- fection of delall that fa. un- surpassed. WTc ire Ihe rHaWlsheil firm 'In Southern Alberta and carry tke larg- est stock at most reasonable prices. Our motor equipment places us In a position both cheaper loan by horses. 324 Slxlh Street' Phonet 561 1 Requiretj in all grades including The Literature Books. OlIK STOCK OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES Is targe and varied so we can provide anything that may be required. Scribblers, Exercise Books, Pencils, Book Bags, Erasers, Pencil.Boxes, Drawing Materials, Paints, Crayons, Slates, Etc. Special for the Children With a purchase of 25c or rnore we will give FREE a box of ..School Crayoru, containing twelve (12) colon. Special Scribblers and Exercise Books. We have the biggest i. fjve and ten cent valuei in town. J.V" The Red Cross Drug Book Co. Ltd. When We Leave Your House you can depend on- It that your jduintihg is in perfect condition give each Job our best ef- forts whether it be. the Install- ation or a .new noiseless toilet or the repairing ol a leaking pipe or joint. When you have ft plumbing need call us up. We'll respond promptly and do what la needed in the same Tvay. Walker PLUMBING, HEATING AND GASFITTING Phone 521 516 4th Ave. S. Rennet are in receipt of a small quantity of HAVEN'S :_ Which we to "make go" -as far at "portjble, cpnie- quently we the sale fo Price TCLIPHVNI MO. CITY AND DISTRICT Is Gassed G. Fowler, of Cranbrook, appeared the casuallles of Monday as Ijeicg gassed. Off ice Stationery UNDE'RWOOD'TYPEWRITERS, F. t E. CHECK WRITER, CHICAGO PENCIL SHARPENER, OFFICE FURNITURE, TYPEWRITERS OVERHAULED, CLEANED AND REPAIRED. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE Everall Franks Sir.noll Block, .Corner Ave. and 5th St. A Sanitary Barber Shop CLEANLINESS FIRST HIRE WESTSROOK BROS. (Formerly Barbers for. W, A, OH.) On 6th Street S. CMf 3rd Ave. Opposite Bank of Montreal. Trades Council Meeting A meeting ol the trades council will 10 held this evening to hear the finan- 'tal statement of the Labor Day excur- sion. .For Belgian Relief W. A; Buchanan. M.P., acknowledg- es the rccipt of from JInunsell of Maclcod, for the.Belgian Relief. S. O. E. Meeting Sons of England. [lied Rose Degree) will meet lomorrow, cv- ening-ai 7.45 sharp, In tbe S.O.B. hall, o bo followed by While R.ose Dejrec. Pentecostal Mission A special business meeting will be held at the close of tho service tonight Will each member make a special effort to he present. Is In Calgary Grant Hall, general manager of C P.R. western lines, is in Caljjary. It I. nol known whether or not ho will visi this trlq. Joins Mr. Beasley T. TI. Htagg, who several years agi was In the employment agency bus1 ness here, is now associated with A M. the' Ueasley Kmploy ment Agency. Brother Killed Clemis, of the Ellison Millin Co., received word Ibis afternoon o he death o( bin brother, W. Clemls, a he front. He was 'wounded som days ago. He leaves a wife and children. Shampooing, Coirib- tngs made up, Facial ETC., ITC.> Phone 1710 (fun 1 This is the grade of .animal bought by EJelanys Meat Co. ALWAYS GET FIRST QUALITY MEAT FROM US. District A meeting of Ihu Ulhhrldge illnlrlcl Melhodlst church will held at tho Xorth Ixiltibrldgc Unllci] church lo- tnorrovv morning at 9 o'clock. Minis- ters and lay delegates aro exnectcd from east aud western points. In the evening a public mats meeting will he heli] end will be addrr.sKciI by Uev. A. C. Ityrncr, Supl. of Missions, and Ur. Uiyeta. There will be uo reev. Lawrence McKea, Iho twclvo-year- old son of Wm. living tm the Patterson ranch, five mites cast of Stirling, was painfully hurl a few days when Ihe horses attached lo Iho In some way ho was thrown under wheel. Ills face about the eyes avl one shoulder were badly bruised torn. He was taken to Ihe hospi- tal at Kaymond, where !lr. Grconaway rlremed tils Injuries. Ho ta reportu! well, bill has lost the use ol his rlgul arm, And alt'thc necessary- including Shooting Consumers Hardware Co, 120 FIFTH ST. 9. PHONE 1212 'LETHBRIDOt ;