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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta OFFICE 166S HOUSE 18" STRONG DOWLER GRAIN MERCHANTS Send us sample of your grain (or jrade and value. J-T Al TA. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beit n Day Hotel in Alberta Avoid All Delay, Get Acquainted Today with the Taylor Made 'When a Man's a Man" a man s a By'HAROLD' BELL WRIGHT. This is undoubtedly the book of the season, order at once. PRICE EACH Phone, or mail your THE KENNY ALLIN CO, Ltd. NEXT DALLAS .HOTEL. Choice Preserving Fruit Bartlett Pears. Extra No. 1 quality. case Special Prices on Peaches, Hums, California Grapes, etc. We sell only the very highest quality.... Palace Confectionery Ice Cream Parlors COR. FIFTH STREET 4 FOURTH'AVE. TELEPHONE I Week-end Specials at Good's PUE-5ERVING BARTLETT PEARS, TRANSCENDANT CRAB APPLES AND P on FXTRA LOW PRICE ON NO. 1 DUCHESS APPLES.BY THE CASE ALSO ExrHA uuw rm> VARIETY OF OTHER FRUITS AND AND RIPE TOMATOES BY THE BASKET. VEGETABLES THIS WEEK-END. CRAWFORD PEACHES. We strongly, advise get- tins these now as it is very doubtful if we will be able to got any more good after-.., this. The price too iq as low as ciiB-hn.lqQkMl for this year for good fruit. Cases well filled nnd they "are just ripe enough to put up nicely.' Price, per case IK Price, per basket BARTLETT PEARS. We would especially draw vour attention to the condition of our pears. Tlicv are all green and solid in perfect shape for preserving. It your fruit is to put up right, get them in this condition. 40 Ibs. Standard Cases, each 60 IBS. Lug Boxes, each We have the ripe ones st as low as, case DUCHESS APPLES. We made a'remarkably good buy on these. They should sell for a case. bu' at what we got them for our price for oil No. 1 wrapped stock will per case----- S1.75- or 5 pounds .25. B. C. CELERY. Very finest. 3 pounds for .25 RIPE TOMATOES. All first class shape. Very .special, per basket......... .35 CRAB APPLES. Transcenclants.' Wo still have some of those but.cannot say how much longer. at this' price. 40 pound" cases; .51.GO' B. C. PLUMS. Assorted varieties, per basket .45 Per case or BLACKBERRIES. We have ordered some that should b'p.hero on Saturday morning. Lowest market price it they come in. CUCUMBERS, barge size. Home grown. Special. 5 for PICKLING CUCUMBERS, per pound.....15 PICKLING ONIONS. Silverskius, per pound .20 GREEN TOMATOES. 40 pound-cases. Very special, per case 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 for AS MANY As You LIKE AT THIS PRICE- THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES JL A Suggestion-- When Your Flour Bin is Empty Order a Sack of "OUR BEST" Really EXCEPTIONALLY Good Flour Ellison Milling Elevator Co TONIGHT'S PARADE Nothing has been left undone that will make this evening's Labor Day parade a success. The patriotic features will be striking. The Mounted Police will march, and altogether the parade will be one of the best ever held in the city. The .par- ade starts at 6.15 at the corner of 3rd Are. S. and 13th St. WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing, Tinsrnithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HlCk-SEHL HARDWARE CO, PHONE 762 Fresh Fruits for Sat'day at McKILLOPS CRAWFORD PEACHES for Preserving, per Price of Cnm ford Peaches will lower. PEARS in big boxes 45 Ibs. fruit, case Just right for preserving. CRAB APPLES. Per Buy Your About the lotli: Crockery and Glassware We have just unpacked shipments of tea pots. 25c, Boo 50c CROCKS. All sizes, per gallon.......25c TEA SETS. 40 pieces.............. H. A. MtKittop Co. Herald Office. Phones 1113 and 416 MARKETS Winnipeg, Sept. wheat closed 3Vic higher for-October, up for December and npjfor May. Oats were higher.for October and ,c up for December. Barley gained 3c, flax was 3c higher for October, Nov. and up for December. Minneapolis wheat-was up for September, up for December and higher for May. In spite of the small trade wheat showed surprising strength. There were .reports of .export, trade to ac- count for this but it was mostly due to short covering. What.Iooked like e> port buying was thought to be orders from United States millers for Cana- dian -wheat, duty paid. .The trade, apart from this was almost purely lo- cal and only of fair volume. Th9 mar-1 ket was active but the trade showed a disinclination.to fight the advance Offers were scarce. Hedging. sales were smaller than usual. The cash prices got a blow when the exporters stepped out of the market. No one wanted No. 1 and Northern. These were 2 cents oft at 5 cents over for No. 1. The lower grades were all mixed up. Rates on the; lakes are dead and many boats are going to.Du- luth. THURSDAY'S QRAIN PRICES Winnipeg OcL 154% Dec 149% Hay............. 151% Oct............. 51 Dec. Oct............ 188% Dec.............. Minneapolis Wheat Sept. Chicago Wheat Sept............. 152 154 May.........; Winnipeg Cash Prices 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 fresh and reliable, you should guard "against fail- ure by buying your supplies here. Kodaks. to SSO.oS Brownie Cameras, to Tke Red Cross Drag Book Co., United PHONE 655. CITY AND DISTRICT On a Business Trip W. P. Riley, of the A. Macdonalcl Co., Winnipeg; is in the city on a: business trip. Visiting city A. Southard, proprietor of the Sou- thard block, is in the city from Cai- sary on a business trip. Elks Meet The Elks meet tonight in tueir i new lodge rooms in the Alberta block. Brightening Up The C. P. R. is busy repainting and redecorating the local depot, both inside and out. 49'A 190 156% 157% No. 3 Nor.. .156% No. 5 Nor. Oats- No. 2 C. W...ol% Extra No. 1 Feed No.-l Feed ..50% Barley- No. No 4 Nor...152V1 No.'C .No. 3 C; ...............59K No. 2 Feed ..50 No. 4 .......82 Rejected and Feed...........76% No. 1 N. W. C. 188% No. 2 C: W. 185% Kill Off the Flies WE CAN HELP YOU WITH Wilson's Fix lOc'' Tanglefoot, 3 for lOc (Stickj Pyramid 'Fljoscopcs 8for25c ASK FOR A REXALU FLY SWATTER. J. D. Higiobotkam Co Limited Pioneer Druggists." The 32ISfiS! Wholesale ar.d retail efcemllU TELEPHONE HO, 322 Back from 'Peg C. A. Cntterell, Superintendent of the C. P. returned yesterday after- noon from Winnipeg, where he at- tended an important conference. Alleged Desertion Chief Hardy has ..gone to Calgary today in connection with a case of alleged desertion at Sarcce camp. Lamb of Commerce died on Tuesday, The funeral was .held yesterday .at Diamond City, ,C. P. Prcs Ilnron Shaushnes ;v, president of thn C P R.. is to be the guest of the Board Trw.'e at an inform- al luncheon on, 22. lie is making a trip to the coast with vice- president Bury. QUAKER BREAD YOU REALLY DO NOT KNOW HOW GOOD QUAKER BREAD IS UNTIL YOU TRY IT. WE MAKE IT THE VERY BEST WE KNOW HOW BUT YOU WON'T KNOW THAT UNTIL..YOU HAVE TRIED A LOAF. JUST ASK YOUR GROCER TODAY TO SEND YOU A LOAF. YOU WILL LIKE IT. Many Floral Tributes The many beautiful floral tokens at the funeral of the late Walter Whit- ney on Wednesday afternoon includ- ed the following Wreath, Mr. and Mrs. Stailoy Whitaej, sprays, Mr. and Mrs T Newton, Mr Bon Bur- rell and tamily, Van Home Brothers, Mr and Mis W Watt, Mr and Mrs. GIlicBplo. MIE A J liutton, Mr. and Mrs J W Bawden, Mrs. W. D. Whit- ney'and Wllhelmina, Mrs Tohn Simr- man- 'pillow, Mr and Mrs McAdoo: wreath, Mi A J and Mr W. D. TORONTO OFFICER DEAD Toronto, Sept. illness caused by overwork in France, Lieut. Col. Coote Nesbitt Shanly, D.S.O., of the Canadian army pay corps, died at his residence, 15 Willcocks street, this afternoon. ren, four girls and four bojs. Mr. Whitney had five toothers, Benja- min, W. D, A J, D J, and Fred.of Kingston, and one sister, Mrs. P.1 Henderson of Bow Island P. G. Wilmot 01 Calgarj is a brother-in- law. THURSDAY LIVESTOCK PRICES ?6. to stoclt- ers ?5.75 to 56.00; 111.00; sheep 58.75. 56.50 COWB S3.75 to 59.50; to ?11.35; sheep to LAWYER DEAD Sepr H C. Lisle, K.C., died this morning from a seizure, Labor Day, which terminated fatally In less tb.au 48 hoars. Deceased -was k promintat Hgure in local lite He ins a lawyer repute and a lato fcemtwr for the constituency in the of tile joeai igiiciUuml sofllety, creamery ii'd hospital bawd.. He was a big pro- perty owner paving many farms in th? district and Was secretary-treasurer to the town since, its incorpoation'in 1907. He had-travelled much in South Amer- ica and South Africa and was in Lady- smith the day peace was declared ter- romatlng Hie African war. He was a native of Cheshire, Eng. and caine' tbiCanada 24 years ago for the first lime He was leader of the LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices- Track prices Wheat .....149 Oats....... Wtgen Prices Wheat Oats 39% Ffax .....wo Bafley 58 Barley .....-73 Choice steers, 5% 'to