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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta OFFICE 1868 r-T HOUSE STRONG DOWLER GRAIN MERCHANTS Send' umplea cf your srade ind value. 403 5th STREET. LETHBRIDBE, ALTA. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta Avoid All Delay, Get Acquainted Today with the Taylor Made PRESERVE TRANSCENDANT CRAB APPLES AND BARTLETT PEARS THIS WEEK WAIT ANY LONGER OR YOU MAY GET DISAPPOINTED AND NOT GET ANY. TRANSCENDANT CRAB APPLES. 40 Ib. BARTLETT PEARS. In large lug boxes. _ ,u____ -nnHitjon Price These hold about 15 Ibs. more thnn the or- dinary size cases. Price per box .......53.75 CRAWFOKD PEACHES FOR PK WE ARE GIVEN TO UNDERSTAND THAT ANOTHER TWO W! THE PEACH CROP OVER WITH AND WE ARE ALSO ADVISI CHEAPER WE HAVE A LOT OF CRAWFPRDS COMING IN T WILL BE ABOUT THE ONLY LARGE LOT OF CRAWFORDS WE OF. THESE ARE VERY FINE FOP. PRESERVING. Price per THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES A Suggestion-- When Your Flour Bin is Empty "When a Man's a Man By HAROLD BEtL WRIGHT. This is undoubtedly the book of the season, order at once. THE ALLIN CO., Ltd. PRICE S1.35 EACH Phone or mail your NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. CITY AND DISTRICT R. A. M. Notice An emergent meeting will be held tonight at S o'clock sharp, il. E. M. degree. Visitors welcomed. Leaving for Overseas Friends of members of the 61st Battery now at Petawawa have re- ceived" word that the battery is leav- ing cnmp iliere shortly to proceed overseas for training in England. PRINCE HURRIES TO ATHENS. WHY? London, Sept. 6. Prince Bernard Ton Buelow, former Imperial Chancellor, after a visit with the Kaiser, las hur- riedly gone to Athens, accorfl- ing Exchange telegraph dispatch based on reports from Berlin. Berlin, via London, Sept town of Clery on the Somme river, miles northwest of Peronne, has been captured from Germans by troops of-the entente aHiet, says a Ger-man official today. RANCHER'S WIFE MADE A LONG, LONESOME TRIP To Take Artillery Course Another teacher of the Lethbridge Public schools staff will shortly don j the khaki. Tom Hamilton, sen of W. j A. Hamilton, former superintendent} of city schools, aud a brother of j Corp. Harold Hamilton of the 30th j Battery now in France, has given up his position as principal of Hardie- j ville school asking leave of absence for the period of the war, and will- go to Kingston to take a course in artillery with a view to taking out his papers as a lieutenant in that branch of the service. He will go to Kingston as soon as the fall term at the collese opens. London. Sept. great crowd gathered to witness the funeral of 16 members of the crew of the Zeppelin which was brought down (lur- ing Saturday night's raid. In view of the strong protests made against the burial of German airmen with military honors a strong force of police was on duty to maintain order. During the night a common grave was prepared for the men and a small- er one for the German officer. Winnipeg, Sept. Wheat closed up for bet- j for December snd higher for] Makts Two Days' Journey to Bring Horses In From Range "VtocouTer, these times Of stress and strife one hears many atortea of "brave deeds by women in the-TFW zone, and there is also a brav- ery shown by those who "stand and home. Among the bravest acts done by a woman, and one which will be appreciated by all who know the country wherein It took place, that of Mts. Luke Gibson, wife of a Prince- i tot rancher, stands high. Mr. Gibson is at present in the Van- 5 General liospltal, suffering from a" broken leg, caused through be- ing kicked by a horse, and consequent- ly IE unable to attend to bis business. In the course of events it became necessary for several head of horses tp. be brought from the range at Princeton to Hopn, a distance of some 8jTmiles, but no.one could at Hope .to undertake the trip. Noth- ing daunted, Mrs. Gibson, who is a little woman, decided that the horses had, to be brougb.t down, and that she .-would bring them, so, unknown to her cusband, she started from Prince- ton with thriie head of horses and Birmingham, Eng., Sept 6.-r-Trades Union Congress, representing nearly organized workers of Great Britain inaugurated an important and unexpected step today by adopting demand is only fair but there is no a majority of more than wheat on offer. votes, a resolution endorsing the prin- WINNIPEG CASH ciple of .protection. The resolution Oats were up %c for October for December. Barley was unchanged. Flax was He higher for October. Minneapolis wheat was up for September, Ic for December! and }gc for Mayl The market closed quietly after a dull day's trading. Wheat acted heavy in the morning and was grad- ually working lower when news came in that Broomball hail reduced bis estimate of the exportable surplus of the North American crop by eighty million bushels. The general trade was scalping. Exporters were sell- ers and the accounts of the bids are t confusing. Some 'say one or two bids j _ are in line, others say they are all j out of line. j The cash market saw 9c over Oc-1 tober paid for No. 1 Northern. The Fains with School Everyone purchasing school supplies to the value of 25c or ovei- will have ths choice of either a LARGE TOY BAL- LOON OR A BEAUTIFUL JAP- ANESE FOLDING FAN. :.0ur stock-of supplies for the school opening is very large and contains everything the pupils will require Blank Books, Pencils, Text Books, etc. Our prices are the same as before the war, by securing our stock very early in the ssa- son we were protected from the recent' heavy advance in paper prices. t Tke Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited PHONE 555. EKVING WILL SEE THE BEST PART OT To LOOK FOR ANYTHING WEEK WHICH WE BELIEVE LL BE ABLE TO GET A HOLD a Sack of "OUR BEST" Really EXCEPTIONALLY Good "i '1 STORE PHONE ES Milling Elevator Co c ___ WEATHER Lcthbridffe G9 Kamlobps 72 84 Grand Forks, cloudy 75 46 Edmonton, cloudy CG Swift .Current, c oudy 06 40 Prince Albert, fair GG 42 Red Deer cloud v 03 41 SERVICE IS PLANNED TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS. THE QUAKER BREAD, MAN WILL CALL AT YOUR PLACE AT THE SAME TIME EVERY DAY AND HE WON'T FORGET YOU. YOU CAN ALWAYS DEPEND ON QUAKER BREAD AND ALSO ON THE QUAKER BREAD MAN. YOUR GROCER SELLS QUAKER BREAD TOO. JUST ASK HIM. Calgary 64 40 Medicine Hat GS 4S fair GO 44 The weather the past 24 hours has been clear and cold, with rain in some sections of Alberta and B. C. Forecast. A few scattered s lowers, but mostly fair today and on Thursday. Not much change in CITY AND B. C. Fears, of Fort Saskatchewan, has accepted a position v.-ith the C, P. R. here. Meeting Next M. P. Visits City A. A. Momiou, Nationalist M.P. for Yamaslia, Que., a prominent Montrea financier, possessing heavy DAUGHTERS AND .MAIDS OF ENGLAND gree, wil Wednesday at S p.m. The Sons of England, Red Rose DC- ments in Western Canada, was in the not meet tonight hut next cjty yesterday accompanied by two friends, Ur.'D. Maurault of St. Fran- cis Luc, Que., and J. secretary-treasurer of the Strnthcona Insurance Co., Montreal. Mr. Mondou 'is a great believer ill West- ern Canada: He owns some land near Taber and is visiting. that district today. He was shown about Leth- bridge yesterday afternoon and Now at New Westminster Jas. Thompson, who recently re- signed his position with the local Y. M. C. A., has been appointed physical director of the Y. M. C. A. at New Westminster. Had Ribs Broken J. W. Campbell, formerly reeve of the rural municipality or Bow Island, was thrown from his buggy in a run- away last Saturday at Caytey and had several ribs broken. He is progress- ing'favorably. Ice Cream Social TOMORROW AFTERNOON AND EVENING At 113 16th Street North unite enthusiastic in his praise of the city. ____ Proceeds to Buy Tobacco for Boys at the Front. asks lor the 'adoption of methods for! No. 1 Nor... 164% restricting or preventing the importa- tion of cheap manufactured goods pro- duced at lower rates of wages and un- der worse labor conditions than pre- in this country." No. 3 London, Aug. correspond ence of the A. list for tbe first two weeks of August show that the British army lost 600 officers 1 Oct. killed, wounded and 204 missing, a total of This brings up the josses since the beginning of the war No. 5 Northern Oats- No. 2 C. W........... No: 3 C. W............ Extra No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. '2 Feed No. 3 No. 4 Xo. 1 N. W. C......... No. 2 C. W. FUTURES Winnipeg OcL............ Dec.......'...... May............ No. 2 Nor. No. 4 Nor. brought them' saieiy to Hope, over the to officers whom have old'Hope trail, which has been in dis- use for many years. The trip occupied two days and two night, during which the pluclry young Jady met a bear and a cougar, her only arms being a light ride and a.camp axe, hut she remark- ed when asked what she would nave done had the bear or cougar attacked Ucr, that if the rule had failed her, she still had the axis. Dec. Oct. Dec. been, killed or died of wounds, j wounded and ere missing. In the fortnight six Lieutenant-Colonels were killed. Vertry Meeting A restry St. Cyprian's wili be held in the parish rooms Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. All members are asked to bpe present. Special For Preserving Bartlett Pears er case i Palace Confectionery rTH STREET A FOUBTK AVS. TELEPHONE 66S Sept. Chicago Sept Dec. .May loli !51 153 185- 184 161% 152% 153% 155 .162 14234 51% 50% 50% -50% 86 83 184 181 165% 150% 152% 1S6 186 162% 154 155% I STOP THAT COLD! -Damp days'ancj chilly nights bring on colds in. the head and on the lungs. At the first sneeze or cough, take EEXALL COLD TABLETS Check that cold instantly. Vest Pocket Size, 256. J. D. Higifibolham Co "Alberta's Pioneer Druggls.U." ..'The Stort TUESDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES Steers to S6.65; stockers 85.50 to ?5.55; 'hogs to ?10.6Q. to cows to hogs to ?11.20; sheep to Funeral of Walter Whitney i The funeral of the late Walter! Whitney took place this afternoon 1 i from the residence, Gil 8th Street! i South, at 2.30, Rev. }V. F. Burns The remains were inter-1 red in the (puhlic cemetery. Recruits for Kilties Two more recruits were secured todaj- for the 113th Lethbridge High- landers. Henry N. Dupuis, a French- Canadian, and Henry Holler are. the new men and they went to Sarcce this afternoon. AUCTION SALE I OF Household Furniture On Thurs., September 7th, For Patriotic Fund The lion, treasurer R. J. Ritchie Paterspn acknowledges the receipt of ?2 froin W. J. MacDonald of Spring Point, Alberta; also the following contributions from the staff of the Lethbritlge Brewing Malting Co.: K Mueller A. Rane ?5. E, V. Doo- ley S3.75, F. Sick W. S.' Fairficld 15.00. Distinguished Visitor Southern Alberta received a visit this week from former U. S. Senator Clark oC .Montana, one the copper magnates of the border state. He cKuie through the Crow and dropped :off at some point west of LeUibridge from which it was his intention to motor through to. Glacier Park. His .private car, No. 2001, went south this morning with only liis secretary on i board. Tlie private car Adventurer, in which Win. Brady, a New York millionaire, haa been travelling through the Rockies, also went south from here this morning. Mr. Brady left the car In the Pass and it is unders'tood he !s motoring to Glacier Park with former Senator Clark. AT 2 P.M. At 410 Fifth Avenue 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 dressers and stands, toilet sets, 6 pairs grey blankets, 1 oak side- bo fol rige, connections ana warming closet (Royal also-1 6-hoie range with hot water connections and warming closet (Western 1 chicken hojse, double board with shiplap and shingled roof, also e curtains, bl'nds, pictures, kitchen utensils, etc. dressers 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, hnenleum, 1 refrigerator, 50 feet aarden hose, 1 6-hole range with hot water lace TERMS CASH RESERVE. AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE: 403 FIFTH ST. S. PHONE 1865 LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Track prices Wason Prices Wheat .....149% Wheat Oats 43H Oats........ Flax .......168 Flax .......J60 Barley 74 Barley 08 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 6% to fat cows to Select hogs, 150 tfl 200 W% Sheep, choice killing 7 cents. BORN anu T- on Tuesday, August otp, dftUflUer, Beryl. Wholei3le and retail cbemliti TELEPHONE NO. 322 Dancing Lessons Miss Gladys Atti-cc Dancing Teacher Will be in Lethbridge on Mon- day, Septembor 11th to form classes for adults and children. She may be interviewed at 625 11th Street South or phone 1695 PRIVATE SCHOOL MISS BAWDEN'S PRIVATE SCHOOL re-open Tucdday, September 5th. at 9.30 a.m? 'A special after- noon class for beginners wil com- manftti nt 1 n m Pnr and particulars apply to 1255 I'qurth Avenue S. J22-3 To Settle Alberta Difficulty Toronto emergent con- vocation of Grand Chapter, Royal. Arch Masons of Canada, has been 1 called for .Tuesday, Sept. 12 at 2 p.im ir. the Masonic building; to receive a report from the Grand W. S. R. Murch Kingston, of Jiis recent visit to the western chap- and also to take into congitlora-1 tlon the sanctioning of the agreement j entered into between him, as Grand j Z. of (lie Grand Chapter of j with M. Ex.-Comp. F. S. Watson, i Grand Z. of the Grand Chapter of UoyaJ Arch Masons of Alberta. While no details of the agreement have been made public, it is believed 'that tlie difficulty arising out of the forma- tion of the Grand Chapter of Alberta will he cleared away. ANNOUNCEMENTS The Daughters and Maids of Eng- land will hold an ice cream social at 113 I8th Street North on Thursday, Sept. 7th. Proceeds will be used to buy tobacco for the boys at the front, i Men, women and children age, find Rexall Orderlies t every perfect Sold only hy Rexall Drug Stores, lie and 25c D. Rig- ihbotham Co., Limited. Advt. Boulton's Auto Livery Closed Gar. Hospital and Train Calls a i Specialty. Rate to-any. part of City: 1 50c 2 or 3 Passengers SLOG ;