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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta 'OFFICE 1865 HOUSE 1811 STRONG DOWLER GRAIN MERCHANTS Send simplei of your grain fcr jrsrtc. and value. 403 5th STREET, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. HTHBRIDGE DULY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best n Day Hotel in Alberta Avoid All Get Acquainted Today with the Taylor Made TONIGHT, EXTRA SPECIALS AT GOOD'S These nriocs oiily alter (i o'clock tonight. 1 L roaWirnRn PEAC RIPE TOMATOES: All good stock. About eo baskets, per basket CALIFORNIA TOKAY GRAPES, 2 Ibs. for 35g Per 6 pound basket...................... CRAWFORD PEACHES. Them are the very finest peaches you can get, per basket 35c 3ARTLETT PEARS. All soi-.nd. good stock. Per basket' 3Qc Per large Lug Box THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES I anywhere. The unit is now very close to "strength but a few extra men will be taken on so that, the final medical H inspection, which generally weeds out EAT SCHWEITZER'S MODEL BAKERY BREAD, TrS ALWAYS GOOD Ask your grocer, or phone 1175 and the riff will call. Sixteen rerruits in the past week is the record of the 113th Lethbridge Highlanders' recruiting squad under Capt. Asquith in this city. It is the best record made for a long.time ami it is doubtful whether any other batta- lion in the provin.ce- has done so well aiivn-liere. The unit is now very close ill 1 I ipection. which genqrally weeds out few. will find the Kilties with full itrength on going overseas.' The new men taken on include two United Slates ex-service men. John Hover saw seven years' service with Uncle Sam's army, while Win. Fitzger- is also an U. S. army man. It is surprising how many of Uncle Sam's old soldiers are joining the Canadian ranks Four have been taken on this week. V. A. Beard of London. Eng., is the third man to join the Kilties to- day. Many of the Kilties are coming in "today from harvest leave and going on to Sarcee for Monday. "When Man" Man's a By HAROLD BELL WRIGHT. This'is undoubtedly the of the season, .order at once. THE KENNY ALLIN NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PRICE EACH Phone or niail your Nylo Chocolates "The sweets that never pall, Dflicious. pure and crowning all." ..These fine confec- tions arc 'the pure, wholesome ami' toothsome kinds that please people of dis- criminating tastes. They are the accurate blend- ing of all that makes for delic- iousness. We always.havo a fresh stock as shipments are received fre- quently. AVe keep them right and se'll them right. "NYLO CANDY IS CUPID'S BEST AID." Tke Red Cross Dng Book Co., Limited PHONE 555. CITY AND DISTRICT Snowing !n the North A lociil grnin broker this afternoon received a wire convoying tho informa- tion that it was snowing in Camrose at the time the telegram.was filed. Henry Sees the "World's Greatest" Henry Ford, of Detroit, by occuna- tion the.manufacturer of automobiles, in Detroit, Mich., is visiting the "Cen- tre of tho Universe" (Calgary) today. Funeral of Joseph Young The funeral of Joseph Young, who died yesterday at Medicine Hat. will be held on Tuesday afteruoon at 2.30 from the residence, 322 5th avenue south. It will be in charge of the North Star lodge No. 4, A. F. A. M. With Machine Battery Friends in the city have received word that Harold and Will Henderson, who enlisted with tho 82nd Battalion at Calgary, are now on active service and are with the Yukon Machine Bat- tery which is composed mainly of ex- members of the R.N.W.M.P. A When Your Flour Bin is Empty Order a Sack of "OCR BEST" Really EXCEPTIONALLY Good Flour Ellison Milling Elevator Co TRUSSES! We carry .a..large, stock of the finest and test manufacture. Prices up to FITTED BY EXPERTS A PERFECT FIT GUARAN- TEED AT frank Hedley Drug Go. CONYBEARE BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA STRONG DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Merchants .Our entire organization is at your service and with ou.1 exper- ience we can safely, guarantee 'to eet you the best prices .for vouf grain at any time and for any grade or kind of grain. Phone M.1922 Calgary) For -Office 1865 Lethbridge Quota- Res. 1811 Lcthbrldge) tions. .See Our Agents who are in your district J. A. CUMMING Lethbridge Manager Winnipeg, Sent, wheat closed 2SC lower for October, lower for December and lower for .May. Oats dropped in Octo- ber and y.c in December. Flux drop- ped 2V.C in October, 2Vic in Novem- ber and in December. Barley was V-c" down. -Minneapolis wheat was Hie down for September, liSc down for December aud down for May. It was a very light scalping mar- ket. Wheat was weak in tlie morn- ing but strengthened up again on strong United States markets and a -apart of soad. buying in the south, vlnniljeg was relatively weaker and everal long interests were disap- ointed over the government report, 'oward the close these began to un- oad and the market closed very Teak. There was no export trade here, 'he demand for cash was wry poor nd only light offerings kept the pre- miums unchanged. FREE WOOD ANY PERSON MAY HAVE ALL THE LUMBER-1N-THE BUILDING AT REAR OF LOT ADJOINING THE HERALD PROVIDED IT BE TAKEN AWAY ON MONDAY NEXT. Call at Herald The UniTersIiy of Pennsylvania Hospital will receive the fund of more ,than bequeathed in 1908 by Anna for the treat- ment of "cancerous, nervous and dis- abling .disorders." J MILK! MILK AND DELIVERED CREAM DAILY. BABY'S MILK Milk iuppl'01 from Individual cows that have passe'd the tubercular by the govern- ment ICE CREAM Old Lethbridge Creamery'! Stand. Soellll, parties, etc. our spec- five ul i ina! you will not be EDGEHILL DAIRY 1S24 9. ORPHEUM MONDAY ONLY p (MTAGEP FUTURES Winnipeg Wheat- Oct. Dec May Oct Dec." Oct Dec Minneapolis Sept Chicago Dec May 155 156% 152% 5051 -1S7V4 187% 163'i 161% 152 51 49 187 Kill Off the Flies 151% 155% 152 15314 WE CAN HELP YOU WITH Wilson's Ely Parts lOc Tanglefoot, 3 for110c (Sticky Paper) Pyramid Elyoscopes .'81or.25c ASK F9R A REXALL FLY SWATTER. J. D. Higinbothara Co "Alberta's Planeer Wholesale ar.d retail chenUltl TELEPHONE NO. 322 Herbert Co. In "Peaches in Pawn" A Big Girl Act FOUR RENNEES A Singing Scunio Spectacle en- titled '.'Through 5 Countries In '20 minutes. K'AUFFMAN- Clianjyipn Lady Trick Cyclist. CHINKO The Juggler from London COMEDY PICTURES AND ORCHESTRA splendid emetuia m'ent .Pieturet'7.30, Vaudeville 9.00 K. Adminion To All 50c Winnipeg Cash Prices No. 1 Nor... No. 2 Nor.. No 3 Nor...157% No. 4 Nor.. No. 5 No. 6 Nor.. Oats- No 2 C. No 3 1 Feed No. 1 Feed.................. No. 2 Feed No. 3...... No. No. 1 N. W. C............... No. 2 C. W. FRIDAY'S 'LIVESTOCK PRICES CALGARY-Steers to_ stockera to J6.00; hogs to jll.20; sheep 17.50 to J8.75. CHlCAOO-Steere cows ?3.7o to 59.50; hogs to ?11.35; sheep'SG.SO to ?8.00. .158% .118% 117% -61% 50 >4 49% 55% .'183V4 LOCAL MARKETS Gram Livestock Prices Track prices 14o% x 170% barley Wgaon Prices Wheat i-iax 160 lark, 68 LIVESTOCK PRICES rhoice 6% to 6% fat cows ISO to 200 W'A Sheep choice killing ewes, 7 cents A hat shop in New York oSered all straw hats tea cents each Po lice reserves had to be called out to disperse part of the bargain seeking Dancing Lessons Miss Gladys Atti'ee Dancing Teacher Will be in Lethbridge on Mon- day, September 11th to form classes for adults and children. She may be interviewed at 652 11th Street South or phone Lnst Sermon Tomorrow I Capt. the Rev. A. H. Denoon, chap- jiain the 113th Letlihridgo Highland- ers, is in the city today and will ap- pear in the pulpit of Knox church to- morrow evening. This will ho his farewell appearance in his old pulpit before leaving (or England. Wool Growers Got Too Price Jim Lewis returned today from an eastern trip during which he visited the big wool warehouses at Boston. In his opinion Southern Alberta wool growers got top prices for their pro- ducts this year. ,He declares that at present figures for the product al Boston, the same wool' that bronchi 32 cents here In July' is not worth more than 2S or 23 today. For Tobacco Fund meeting of the committee ap pointed for providing funds for the purchase of tobacco for the boys' at the front held at the city offices last evening, 'with J.'B.' Oliver in-the chair, it was decided that every organization and society in the city be approached with a request that the president, or a the committee, with the view that each of these bod- ies use efforts to augment the funds. I W. A. R. Cocq was appointed Seore-] tary-treasurer. First Cases of Kind At the instance of the attorney-gen-1 eral's department two arrests of offi- cials have been made and a. charge is I laid against the Ontario and Western Cattle -company. The charge is laid under section 4 of the Act to Regulate the Sale of Shares. Bonds Hid Other Securities of Companies. The two men arrested were Lewis Smiek and Norman McLean. A remand'for one week was asked nnd granted by Sie Justice of the peace at Chinook. These are the first arrests in the Calgary district as a result of the activities of the new public utili- ties commission and will doubtless lie followed by others in connection with other concerns. Students Offered Scholarships Two Lethbridge students have been! ottered scholarships in the University of Alberta for their high standing in; the June Matriculation examinations.! Walker Dunham and Kithleen M. Ma-1 son are the lucky pupils. They with, three Calgary pupils were the five; i highest candidates, the two Leth-'. I bridge students being tied for fourth! I place. Tho scholarships offered are worth each. There were 214 can- j didates writing on the examination. Vf. j Dunham has already been awarded a: scholarship by Queens. Both students were pupils of the Lethbridge High school. i QUAKER BREAD DID YOU EVER FIGURE YOUR PROFIT ON YOUR HOME- MADE BREAD? WE THINK A. FEW MINUTES WITH A SHARP PENCIL WILL CON- VINCE YOU THAT YOU CAN- NOT COMPETE WITH QUAK- ER BREAD AT- So A LOAF. THEN THINK HOW MUCH NICER IT IS TO GET SUCH GOOD.BREAD FRESH EVERY DAY. Dodge Bros. Motor Car fr Speaks for Itself Be Car Before You Make Your Final Choice. rice P. B- SPECIFICATIONS 30-35 Cast en-bloc Engine. Wheelbase, 116 inches Differential Spiral Gear. Clutch, Multiple Disc. Starter and Generator, North- east. Storage Batteries, 'Willard, 12 volt Top, One-man. Mohair. Rear Axle, Full Floating. Timken Bearings throughout the whole .car. Tho gasoline consumption is unusually low and the tire mile- age unusually high. Lothbridge, people arc trying to igure out where F. Gold, inspector of the attorney general's department for the administration of tlie Liquor Act, got his. information regarding the number of'convirtion.s for drunken- ness in Kcthbridgo in the report is- sued yesterday from Edmonton. He stated that there had been nine .con- victions for drunkenness during the month of July In All .the reports in bv Mio various police officials from here show is one that was OJ- L e nuuuiGu C" nr a drunk sectionman who got his booze by the Swe-tgras route Ifte locai police did not make a single arrest for drunkenness 'during the month and 'liaye not done ip during August to date in SKgagdn. An Important Decision His-lionor-, Master-in-Chdmbcrs Clar- has'refused to grant to mortgagees an'order "granting them rent or rental value property from the mortgagors, Where, the latter are affected by the) Volunteers Reservists' Relief Act. In j this he is following out the decision of his lordship Chief Justice' Harvey in a recent Edmonton case. .The text of. the judgment of the chief justice was to the effect that in order for a mort- STANDARD GARAGE TH7RD STREET SOUTH, 2ND BLOCK WEST ALEXANDRA HOTEL BOOKS! BOOKS! I How about a good book to ireatl tomorrow. Our stock is very large and at all prices in cloth bindings. You will find "When.a "Man's au interesting story. Price Robertson's Book Store 118 5th STREET S. OLD BENTLEY STAND PHONE 1265 tO the MlllL 111 UIUUI lul n. mui gagee to receive the rentable value of an estate it would be necessary for a receiver to be and a re- ceiv'er cannot be appointed without anj action being started, which cannot bo done under section 3 of (the act. The sales of more than trebled during the past three months. Havr you tried lately? MUNITION LABOR PROBLEM Toronto, Sent. F. Irish, M.P.P., has been selected by the im- Investigation into the munition labor problem According to a circular IssueOy J w- flavelle, chairman of The" board to the munitions manu- faettirers, Mr. Irish has now assum- ed charge of a department which will to the organ- ization of women for efficient service in munition p'ants. Atrica, with a population of 130, 6 to TO hid 2851 missionaries ii 10W AUCTION SALE l-' Horses, Wagons and Harness on Tuesday, September 12 1916 0 artM.-SHARP At The Letlibridge Sales and Feed Barn 1 pounsls., K i.'V. i ivfaietild Tram' of 1 Matched Team of Bay Mares: 6 years old, weight pounas. f Matched Team of Groy Geldings. Risinj 4 years old, vvolglu of Marts'and Oeldintj's to 9 old: to pounds. Mostly broken to 6 Farm Wagons and 3 ictl''of double team hurneM.. TERMS CASH, J, A. SMITH, Auctioneer ;