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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta OFFICE 1865 HOUSE 1811 STRONG DOWLER GRAIN MERCHANTS Send ui samples of your grain for grade and value. 403 6th STREET, LETHBRIDQE, ALTA. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta Avoid All Delay, Get Acquainted Today with the Taylor Made "When a Man's a By HAROLD BELL WRIGHT. This is undoubtedly the book of the season, order at once. Man S1.35 EACH Phone or mail .your THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. Week-end Specials at Good's RTRS ANrRIPEVoMATOES B7 THi'BASKlT.- VEGETABLES THIS WEEK-END. CRAWFORD PEACHES, Wo strongly ailviso got- linE these now as it is very doubtful if we will be able to get any inoro good Crawfords after this The price too is as low as can be looked for this year for good fruit. Cases woll filli'd and they "are just ripe enough to put up nicely. Price, per case Price, per basket BARTLETT PEARS. We would especially draw votir attention .to ihe yuimition pcur- Thev are all green and solid in ported shape for preserving. If your fruit Is to put up right, set them in this condition. 40 Ibs. Standard Cases, each........... S3.40 60 Ibs. Lug Boxes, each We have the ripe ones at as low as, case S2.00 DUCHESS APPLES. We made a remarkably good buv on these. They should sell for 52.50 a case, hut at what we got them for our price for all No. 1 wrapped stock will be, pef case----- S1.75 or pounds B. C. CELERY. Very finest. 3 pounds for RE0N TiTl'SSI A VERY GOOD VARIETY OF OTHER FRUITS AND RIPE TOMATOES. All sound, in first class shape. Very special, per basket.........35 CRAB APPLES. Traliscendants. We still "nave some of these but cannot say how much longer lit this price. 40 pound cases, each B. C. PLUMS. Assorted varieties, per basket .45 BLACKBERRIES. havb ordered sonio that should be here on Saturday morning. Lowest market price if they come in. CUCUMBERS. Large sine. Home grown. Special, for ..........................25 PICKLING CUCUMBERS, per pound.....15 PICKLING ONIONS. Silverskins, per pound .20 GREEN TOMATOES. 40 pound cases. Very special., per case 51.45 VEGETABLE MARROW. A fine lot of home grown, per pound.....................3c EVAPORATED PRUNES. The largest and finest we have ever seen. Size 20 to 30 to the pound. These will surely delight you. Per pound .25 CREAM BRICK CHEESE, per pound......30 20 Ibs. B. C. Cane Sugar i'or AS MANY AS YOU LIKE AT THIS PR1CE' THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Notice of Judicial Sale ol City Property. Pursuant to the judgment and final Order for Sale made m a certain ac- tion by the Judge in Chambers of the Supreme Court of Alberta. Judicial! District of Calgary, there shall be offered for sale BY PUBLIC AUC- TION bv Alalcolm Young, auctioneer, at the 'Court House, Lethbridge, at o'clock noon, on Saturday, the 9th day of September, A.D. 1916, the fol- lowing lands and premises: Lots 06 and 37 in Block "F" according to a ulan of part of the City of Lethbridge of record in the Land Titles Office for the South'Alberta Land Registration District as Plan 723-D Lethbridge also Plan 1354-C Lethbridge. Lethbridge citizens are stepping up nobly and helping to defray the ex- penses of the Lethbridge Highlanders Band which incurred about 5300 ex- pense to come to the city to play on Labor Dav: Today the fund stands at 5152. About double that amount Winnipeg, Sept. expecta- tion that the government report j v.-ould be bullish kept the crowd from going short when wheat looked weak and the lifter war news kept them from going long. The trade was very small and purely professional in character. Exporters were out of the market and the lack of good buy- ing was felt early in the day. Wheat rallied late on short covering. Broom- hall was slightly bullish in his re- view but gives Russia's exportable surplus at bushels, which is considerably larger than formerly stated Considerable success by the allies has made a lot of bears in the United States markets, while the trade looks over-bought. FUTURES vWinnipeg Oct. is needed! poa't nesitat n dollar! .Every dollar to put up bill looks The on the North I good. The band needs the money side of 5th Avenue A, Lethbridge, i subscriptions may be left with either the Herald. The having a frontage of 52 feet.-The Lots j c contain the following improvements: A one-storey frome shingle cottage, 2Jx2S feet, with sleeping porch, bay- window and other small i fully modem, including natural gas. j The property is situate hall a block g" from the" street car line in a fair res- j idential part of the City. The terms of sale will be 15 per cent. cash at the time of the sale, 15 per cenL hal Asqufth fund stands now: Previously acknowledged T. H. JlcCready Blackburne Bowman Thaell Sam Sadbwski M. Young Wallace s p nt in SO days thereafter and the I E' c' lance in three equal instalments ia j D' j-''1 and 3. years from the date of, sale with interest'at the rate of S per cent.' per annum. In ail Other respects the conditions approved by a Judge or (Masters in Chambers will apply. For further particulars apply to Jones, .iiackay Mann. .305 Grain Exchange.. Bui.ldicg, Calgary, Alberta, Solicitors for the Vendor. Dated' at Calgary. this day of August. A.D. 191C. I.AURENCE J- CLARKE, Clerk of the Court. Approved: J. Ti.- Jennison, L.J.S.C. No. F. D' Nat 'Marshall... 3. Dore J: A.' Jackson J, Dawson On Biisfries's Trip S. Finn, 508 7th Street South, has left on a business trip" to "Winnipeg. ANNOUNCEMENT Prof. Davis' Dancing School is now- open oa and Saturdays from 2. to 5 p.m. at K. P. Hall. 227-51 .5133.00 1.00 2.00 "00 1.00 1.00 2.00 1.00, 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 155 Dec 150 150 May............ Oct............ SQrt Dec............. M ,ii> Oct............... Oct....... WO 3S7 Nov 1S7 181 D.ee....... lS5'i ISP.i Chicago Sept 151 131W Dec 153ii Minneapolis Wheat- Sept............. 159% J6014 Dec............. jlay............ 15S14 lo9H Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Nor...164 No. 2 Nor...162 No. 3 Nor.-'.157 No. 5 Nor.. .14- No. 2 Nor.. No.-t 149% No. 6 Nor.. .117 Ill 1.00 DAUGHTERS AND MAIDS ENGLAND Ice Cream Social TOMORROW AFTERNOON AND EVENING At 113 16th Street North -Proceeds to Buy Tobacsc for Eoys at the Front. No. '2 C. W........ No. 3 C. V........ Elitra 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed Barley-- No. 3 Xo. 4............. B ejected and Feed Flax- No IN W. C..... No. 2 C. W........ 185 1S2 WEDNESDAY'S 16.00 to 36.30; stackers to 56.00; hogs ?10-30 to ?I0.55; sheep to S8.75. to SS.4C; cows to hogs 51050 to sheep ?6.50 to ?S.OD. Leo, Jan and Mischel Cheraiavsky at the Majestic Theatre SATURDAY, SEPT. 9th Music iovers of Lethbridge and will remember the former visit of these fine artists Therefore, a crowded house should greet them. 1 'Ye Olde Firme Go. Concert Grand Piano Will be Used. Canada's Leading Piano. LOCAL HEADQUARTERS BED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO. LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Hwdquirters 322 W., Calgary, The Pleasure of Picture-Making is often marred because faulty photo supplies are used. Either the films or papers are aged or the developing chem- icals are not of the best quality. We carry a complete line of Kodak Supplies and guarantee, everything to be absolutely and reliable. You should guard against fail- ure by buying your supplies here. Kodaks. 57.00 to 550.00 Brownie Cameras, 51.00 to The Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited PHONE 555. STOP THAT COLD! Damp days and chilly nights bring on heavy obstinate colds in the head and on the lungs. At the first cough take KEXALL COLD TABLETS Check.that cold instantly. Vest Pocket Size, 25c. J. D. Higinbotham Co Limited "Alberta's Pioneer DruBgistl." WEATHER Lethbridge, clear Kamloops Nelson, cloudy Red Deer, clear Calgary, clear 73 Medicine Hat, clear 72 Moose Jaw, clear 70 Regina, fine 64 Prince Albert, clear.. 72 Winnipeg, fair Edmonton, fair Urooks, clear 68 Bulletin, central office: I during the past 24 hours .02 38 3S 44 23 34 42 50 34 43 Weather has been e j generally fair and cool with some rain I in northern Saskatchewan and Al- berta. Forecast All Fine today and on Fri Not much change in tempera- (lay. ture. CITY AND DISTKICT Tobacco Fund Committee A. meeting of the Overseas Tobacco Fund Committee will be held tomor- row evening in. the Board of Trade rooms for organization purposes. Jos Younq III the well UlC "U, The ______ Wholesale ar.S retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 A Suggestion--- When Your Flour Bin is Empty i X Order a Sack of "OUR BEST" Really EXCEPTIONALLY Good Flour Ellison Milling Elevator Co JOHN gLMORgS QUAKER BREAD THIS IS THE WEATHER TO TRY QUAKER BREAD AND FRESH FRUIT FOR TEA. IT IS WONDERFUL HOW GOOD.IT IS. OF COURSE IT MUST BE QUAKER BREAD, NO OTHER BREAD HAS THAT SWEET NUTTY FLAVOR THAT TASTES SO GOOD AND IS SO APPETIZING. TRY IT FOR TEA TONIGHT. PRIVATE SCHOOL Track prices '-Vimon Prices .Wheat Wheat .....141 I Oats 43 Oats .......33% Flax .......169 Flax .......iiiO Barley 73 Barley .....58 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 651 to 014; fat cows A to 554. Select hogs, 150 to 200 Ibs., 10K Sheep, choice killing ewes, 7 cents. Young Woman's Death Tuberculosis was the cause of the death of Nellie Christina .Little, aged 17 years, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Little, 1406 7th avenue Who passed away yesterday. Mr. Lit-j tie and family moved here from New Brunswick two months ago for the daughter's health. Tho funeral was held this afternoon at 2 o'clock from the residence, Rev. W. F. Burns of- ficiating. Elks Meeting---------- There will be a meeting of Leth- bridge Ixidge, No. 37, B. P. of Elks to- morrow evening at 8.30 in their new I rooms in the Alberta block- Oth St. S. All members are requested to bo, present. JUS. 1 i rancher and a resident of Lethbildge, j was taken seriously ill the beginning 'of the week at. Etzikom and was irusr-cd to Medicine Hat vwhere an j operation was performed. His con- dition is considered hopeful today. Back With C. P. R. In a list of those attending the re- cent conference of C. P. R. officials !at Winnipeg, there appears the name jof: E. A. Cunningham as assistant to jthe general storekeeper Montreal. Mr Cunningham was with the G.P.K. in a similar position years ago. Carlyle Butter Wins At the Toronto Exhibition creamery butter competition, The Carlyle Dairy Co of Calgary and Lethbridge, won first prize for creamery salted solids with an award of 97.28. The Leth- bridge factory of the Carlyle Dairy is the Crystal Dairy. Death of Child Death claimed little Yvonne Muriel Craddock, the 13 months' old daughter of Mr and Mrs. Ernest Craddock yes- terday Tho funeral was held this af- ternoon at 4 o'clock from the family residence, 30G 3rd avenue south, W. F. Burns officiating. Apple Crop Normal W E. McTaggart, B. C. Fruit. Mar- kets Commissioner, was in the city yesterday afternoon from his head- quarters at Calgary. Mr. McTaggart says the apple crop in B. C. this year will be normal, but other fruits are scarce He thinks B. C. fruit will sell it lower prices here than last year. The hair "Tonic which has sained our confidence is Resall M Hair Tonic. All Rexall Drug, stores sell it under positve 50c i and 51.00 bottles. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Druggists, Alta. MISS BAWDEN'S PRIVATE SCHOOL Tuesday, September 5th at 9.30 a.m. A special after- noon class for beginners wil com- mence at 1.30 p.m. For terms and particulars apply to 1253 Fourth Avenue S. DONT SAT PEANUTS CAUSE Ai'PENDICITIS Appendicitis has been directly trac- ed to peanuts. LetUbriilgo pi'cple should know that simple buckthorn in Ad- ier-i-ka, often relieves or 'prevents appendicitis. This siinple remedy acts on BOTH lower and upper bowel, re- moving such surprising foal matter that ONE SPOONFUL relieves almost ANY CASE constipation, sour stom- ach or gas. A short treatment helps chronic stomach trouble. The IN- STANT, easy action or Adier-i-ka is D. Higinbothnm Company, suuuivi known sheep bark, glycerlnft, etc., as GRAIN! Unequalled facilities for secur- ing reliable information regard- ing Grain. Frequent quotations. All markets. You are invited to make free use oE this-service. Ask for bids 011 your- carlots of grain. Private wires to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Baird Bottercll, Union Bank Building, ARCHIE. E. REESOR, Mgr. Phone 1599. MILK! MILK AND DELIVERED CREAM DAILY. BABY'S MILK MMk suppHftl from individual cows that have passed the tubercular test by the govern- ment veterinarian. ICE CREAM Old Lethbridge Creamery's Stand. parties, etc. our spec- 'ialty. Give us a trial you will not be disappointed. EDGEHILL DAIRY Phone 1524 801 -7th St. S. _ j Dancing Lessons Miss Gladys Attrcp Dancing Teacher Will be in Lethbridge on Mon- day, September 11th to form classes for adults and children. She msy be interviewed at 652 11th Street South or phone 1695, J> "The sales of Noblemen Cigars have more than trebled during three months. you tritiS out Donaldson Line To Glasgow Sailings from Montreal, La.-ge Twhi strevirSieamare- Ather.ia Sept. 12 SEturnia................. Sept. 19 Cassandra...............Sept. 26 Athenia Oct. 17 Full information .from any railroad or steamship agent, H. E. LIDMAN.-Genera! Agent, Winnipeg. 449 Main St. Ph. M. 5312 Vancouver, Grinvills St. REPUTATION for Baking Good Bread and Pastry. Those who were fortunate enough to sample her bread or hor pies anil cakes were delighted and asked her for the recipes. isn't reciiies; it isn't iny skill, explained the modes t. Mrs. Smith (Who is really a very good cowk just the "it's the flour I Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour. "It's always the same high Duality year in and year out. My bread turns out big, white, close-toxtured loaves oi really exceptional flavor. It makes my cakes light'and my pie crusts crisp-and-flaky, "I had been In the habit of using another flour, until one day I ran out and my grocer sent me Ogilvie's Royal Household Clour. It gives hotter service than any flour I have ever used, and since then I have in aisled that my grocer deliver it regu larly." For delicious bread, pics, cakes puddings Ogllvie's Royal Household 'Flour cannot be beaten. Advert Grain Handled in Any Position We -are in close connection with ex- port trp.de and by dealing with us you save several middle- men's profits. United Grain Producers, Ltd TEMPORARY OFFICES: ROOM VMACDONALD BLOCK EMPRESC HAPLIN in "THE TRAMP" Lethlu'idgc Trades Labor Council Notice is hereby given that the La- bor Day Parade which was postponed i owing to wet weather will take place ion Friday evening, September. Stli, at 0.30 sharp and the sports and stam- pede will ho held on Thanksgiving Day October Oth. A list of merchants land others who so kindly donated i cash and goods will- be published in the press shortly and a financial j statement issued after October nth. i II. Morris, Soc. OFFICE PHONE-1313. MANAGER'S PHONE 1484. SMITH, MURPHY CO, GRAIN HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. Write or phone at our expense if you have grain to handle. j We can'atsuro you the best price the market will stand and give you i courteous service and prompt returns. I.ETHBRID6E OFFICE. SHERLOCK N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER. I ;