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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta OFFICE "1865 HOUSE 1811 STRONG DOWLER GRAIN MERCHANTS Send us samples of your grain for grade and value. 403 6th STREET. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. LETHBRIDGE HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta Avoid All Delay, Get Acquainted Today with the Taylor Made PRESERVE TRANSCENBANT CRAB APPLES AND BARTLETT PEARS THIS WEEK WAR ANY LONGER OR YOU MAY GET DISAPPOINTED AND NOT GET ANY. per case PEACHES FOR PKESERVINCJ -rn llNtlFRSTAND THAT ANOTHER TWO WEEKS WILL SEE THE BEST PART TO UNDERSTAND T TQ LOOK FOR ANYTHIMG OF THESE ARE VERY FINE FOR PRESERVING. WE ARE Price pev rase. THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 525 EAT SCHWEITZER'S MODEL BAKERY BREAD, IT'S ALWAYS GOOD 'Ask your grocer, or phone ,1175 and the rig "will call. "When a Man's a Man" By HAROLD BELL WRIGHT. This It undoubtedly the book of .the season, order at once. THE KENNY "ALLEN CO, Ltd. PRICE EACH Phone or. mail your NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487. MONTANA GOVERNOR A DRY Helena. Sept. Governor Sam Stewart has for some time been known to be favorable personally to prohibition, he dJd not nntil today make a formal declaration oa the sub- Ject, this declaration being in favor of statewide prohibition. There came to the governor today a telegram from Joseph Pope, of Billings, head of the Montana dry campaign, gratulating tie .governor upon nomination. Winnipeg, Sept. wheat closed -Hie higher for October, for December and 4c better for May. Oats gained in October and j in December. Barley was unchanged, i Flax dropped in October in November option aid oC in December option. Minneapolis wheat j was up 5c in September, 4Vic in De cember and in May. i Only a fair trade today, though the morning prices were strong and mar-; ket active Short covering by per-; sons who sold on the strike situation had the United States markets: strong. The trade in Winnipeg was purely local and professional. The j market sometimes lagged but there'i were no hedging sales to break it and there are a" few strong bulls IK j the market. The elevators will not j hedge the wheat as long as they can get fancy premiums in cash mark.Hs. j Exporters only took a little out ol j the cash market for which they had to pay 7V-C over. There was very I little "on offer. General news was bullish and the firmer cables heljicd. Several big Chicago houses were said to have unloaded. Winnipeg Cash Prices Xo 1 Nor..l62Vi No. 2 Nor.. .lOOVi No! 3 Nor.. .15514 No. 4 Oats- No 2 C. W................ No. 3 C. W. Extra Feed No. 3 Feed Barley- No. 3 A When Your Flour Bin is Empty Order a Sack of "OUR BEST" Really EXCEPTIONALLY Good Flour Ellison Milling Elevator Co AUCTION SALE OF Household Furniture On Thurs., September 7th, AT 2 P.M. At 410 Filth Arenue South (OPPOSITE SASH AND DOOR FACTORY) W. L WILSON Auctioneer IS FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM MR. LYNDS TO SELL THE FOLLOWING: 2 single beds and 3 double beds, springs and mattresses, 4 dreMers" and stands, toilet sets, 6 pairs grey blankets, 1 oak side- board, 1 extension table, 6 diners, 4 cane seat chairs, centre tables, folding card table, 3 rockers, 1 office desk, 1 office chair, hneoleum, 1 refrigerator, 50 feet garden hose, 1 6-hole range with hot water connections and warming closet (Royal also 1 6-hole range with hot water connections and warming closet (Western 1 chicken house, double board with shiplap and shingled roof, also Uce curtains, blinds, pictures, dishes, kitchen utensils, etc. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE: 403 FIFTH ST. S. PHONE 1865 Rejected Ms i Feed No. 1 N. W. C. No. "2 U. W........... FUTURES Winnipeg Oct.......... 1 Dec. May......... Oct.......... .Dec.......... Oct.......... Dec. Sept......... Isept........... Dec.......... May......... S3 76% 76% 1S4 181 149% 4SVi !SS5a 187% 158 147 150'. loons a. Fans with School Opening Supplies Everyone purchasing school supplies to the value of 25c or over will have the choice of either a LARGE -TOY BAL- LOON OR A BEAUTIFUL JAP- ANESE FOLDING FAN. Our stock of supplies for the school opening is very large and contains everything the pupils will require in Blank Books, Pencils, Text Our prices are the- same as before the war, for by securing our stock very early in the sea- son we were protected from the recent heavy advance in paper prices. Ike Red Cross Drag Book Co., Incited PHONE 555. Winnipeg, Sept. When the jury in the case of the Cabinet ministers returned at 16 o'clock the foreman reported they stood 9 to 3 for conviction with no possibility of an agreement. The jury was discharged. CITY AND DISTBJCT Now With Machine Gun Lieut. R. S. Hicks, late of the 13th i C. M. H., b.as been attached to the machine gun depot. Recess is Over I Summer recess is now over and I from now on the court house offices i are open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Yardmaster at Revclsioke J. D. Murray, formerly of I.eth- bridge, has taken up his duties as yardmaster with the C. P. R. at Ite- velstoUe.' YOU WILL BE PLEASED WITH OUR SERVICE. OUR WAGGONS REACH THEIR CUSTOMERS AT THE SAME TIME EACH DAY AND YOU CAN ALWAYS DEPEND ON THE QUAKER BREAD MAN. IT WILL BE A PLEASURE TO CALL ON YOU. JUST PHONE 378 AND TRY OUR GOODS AND SERVICE. I No Half Holiday Wednesday Tomorrow is the first Wednesday ill i September and the stores of the cily iwili remain open all day, the weekly [half holiday season including only ,July and August. Not Sufficient Evidence Before Inspector Chancy at the Mounted Police barracks on Saturday afternoon the charge against Minnie .May, charged with selling liquor in contravention of tile new Liquor Acl. v.as withdrawn, the. evidence against1 her not being deemed sufficient lo carry the case through. Tobacco -Fund Committee i There will 'be a meeting of the pro- visional Overseas Tobacco Fund com- mittee on Friday evening at S o'clock jat the Board of Trade building when j a permanent organization will be 1 effected. Lethbridge detention camp for alien enemy citizens is to be enlarged to accommodate'a large number from Jasper Park camp. On Friday night a batch of 25 arrived from IhO north in charge of guards, and within a couple of days another batch will arrive. This will -bring the number of prisoners in the camp here up to the MO niarki Edmonton newspapers state that the camp at Jasper Park ii; to be closed; 185V6I ISo'.i I 160 151 152% 153K SATURDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES Steers 55.50 to J6-G5; hog ?10.25 stockers S5.50 to 35.55; to S0.40 to 59.2o; cows 53.60 to 59.40; hogs 57.75 to }11.20; sheep to 510.75. LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livesto'ckPrices Lethbridge Cafe This new and up-to-date cafe is now open and we invite your inspection. LUNCH COUNTER, TABLES AND PRIVATE BOOTHS Meals 25c and up Piehe Old Stand Next to Hudson's Bay Co. Track prices Wagon. Prices Wheat .....147Vi Wheat .....141 gats Oats 39% Flax .......168 Flax Barley 74 Barley ......08 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 0% to lift; 'A to 591. Select hogs, 150 to Ibn., 10H Sheep, choice killing ewes, 7 cents, JOHN HUGHES GOES TO ENGLAND Winnipeg, Sent. was learned today from an .authoritative source that JIajor-Genera! John Hughes, commandant of Camp Hughes, will leave for England in the course of a i few weeks. Damp .days and ..chilly nights bring on'heavy obstinate colds in the head and en the lungs. At the first sneeze or cough, take SEXALL COLD T.-VBLETH Check that cold instantly. Vest Pocket Size, 25c. "Alberta's Pbnecr Druggists." The Wholesale an.-i -ctail chemists TELEPHONE ,NO.__322 PRIVATE SCHOOL MISS BAWDEN'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 pirn. For terms and particulars apply to 12oi. Fourth Avenue S. 22Z'3 To Meet Parents of Pupils Principal Dobson of the High school states that he will be in his oflice I at the school this evening after seven i o'clock when he would be pleased to meet the parents of pupils and pros- pective pupils to consult with them regarding the courses of study. KiLK AND CCEAIVI DELIVERED DAILY. EARV'Q MIT K" AtJ 1 O iVi i Milk Gupplie'i from .individual cows that have passed the tubercular test by the govern- ment veterinarian. ICE CREAM Old Lethbridge Creamery's Stand. Socials, parties, etc. spec- ialty. Give us a trial you will not be disappointed. EDGEHILL DAIRY Phone 1524 801 rth st. s. Death of Monarch Lady Grace Pauline, aged -14; years, wife of Charles Robert Fouls of Monarch died at the Gait hospital on Sunday, i Mrs. Fouls, who was .well known in district, has been ill for miny months. The body was sent to Ma- cieod morning where the fulcra! takes place this ailern on. Deith of Francis Hunter The death occurred on Saturday night from whooping cough cf Fran-1 cis, the two year oM son of Mr. and Mrs. James Hunter of 501 19th Street f South. The funeral was held yester-! day from the residejicc to the public cemetery, the services being conduct- ed by Canon W. V. McMillcn. Is Very Optimistic K. C. Allen, oi'tlie W. S. McLaugh- lin and Co. grain firm, returned to Winnipeg on Saturday night after spending a week in Southern Alberta during which lime he toured .the whole south with D. E. Harris of the United Grain Producers. Mr. Alien carried back a very optimistic report froni this section. Unequalled facilities for secur- ing reliable information regard- ing Grain. quotations. All markets. You are invited to make free use of this service. Ask for bids on your carlota of grain. Private v.-ires to N.ew York. Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Bainl Bottercll, Union Bank Building, ARCHIE. E..P.EESOR, Mgr. Phone 1599. FOB OLD BARRELS per Load Lethbrirtge Brewing Malting Co. I The Ontario government plans) to I care for cattle which have been de- i prived of feed by New Ontario fires. "the the wile of'Fred Stowij, report that lie will take an import- ant command in the Canadian forces overseas could be obtained. of the .19th Batli on the 2nd day daughter. now in France, of September, a 225-1 OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE SMITH, MURPHY CO. GRA HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. Write or phone at our expenie if you have grain tr, Handle.. We can assure you best price the market will stand and give you courteous service and prompt returns. OFFICE. SHERLOCK BUILDING. N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER. Sad Death of Child The death occurred suddenly on Sunday afternoon of John -Marquis Nelson, the 26 months' old son of Lieut, and Mrs. W. J. Nelson, Sll 7tll Avenue "South. The little follow de- veloped indigestion for which no re- lief could be found in time to save him. The funeral was held this af- termmn from the residence, Rev. W. F. Burns officiating. o count WAS MERE BOY WHO GOT ZEPPELIN Sept. Robinson, who brought down the Zeppelin Sat- urday night, was 21 years old In July. He took Iiis pilot's ccrtifico.to on his hventioih birthday anniversary. Five months ago lie said he had made up hie mind to do a Zeppelin. On sever- al occasions he had taken part in chas- ing German airships "Th's sales of Noblemen Cigars have more thin trebled during the pasl three months. Have you tried one On every dollar's worth of school books or supplies. Cash only. Robertson's Book Store OLD BENTLEY STAND 118 5th STREET 8. PHONE 1265 WHERE TO GO FOE Roofing, Tmsmithing. Gas and Steaai Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHTHARDWA11E CO. PHONE 762 I ;