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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLAS3 PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPT. UmiBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta Light and Airy, As if Baked by a Fairy, 'Bread' from Taylor Made Preserve Crawford Peaches and Bartlett Pears Now Special for CRAWFORD PEACHES, .u, --KST CLA8. cOHDmON THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES EAT SCHWEITZER'S MODEL BAKERY BREAD, ALWAYS GOOD grocer, or phone 1175 and the BATTERY HAS LEFT PETAWAWA Word has conic from Peta- waiva that Lethbridge's third overseas battery, the 61st; has left that camp for training grounds in England. MARKETS your Developing and Printing Films left before 4 p.m. are developed and the desired prints made by 4 p.m. the YOUR FILMS THE KENNY ALLIN CO Ltd NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE l4B7' Winnipeg. Man., Sept. wheat iisher lor October at 1.56W; %c up for December at 1 51W, and was unchanged for May. Oats were %c lower for both options. Flax gained V-c in October, Uc in No- vember and %c in December. Barley was unchanged. Minneapolis -wheat was up for September, %c up ior December and Vic up for May. The market was active but onlv a small trade .was put through. The feeling swung rapidly. The morn- ing bullishness gave place to aggres sive learishness which-In turn grew disgusted with its inability to.break prices. Lack ot reflecting weakness in the United States markets and a stubborn undertone made many of the -horts cover and with the little wheat i on offer they soon ran prices up. Some i hedging sales helped the break, while a export business took a little slack off the market. Nearly all the trade was in October wheat. The cash trade was small- Exporters were out. of the market and premiums dropped from six cents over in-the-morning to five cents over in the closing hour. Oats' were unchanged. FUTURES Winnipeg Oct............. Dec............. May............ STRONG DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Merchants Lethbridge Our entire organization is at your service and with our exper- ience we can safely guarantee to get you the best prides for your grain at anv time and for any grade or kind of grain. Phone M 1322 Calgary) For Office 1865 Lethbridge Quota- Rei. 1811 Lethbridge) tions. "See Our Agents who are in your district. J. A. GUMMING Lethbridge Manager men little ones are peevisn, give Rexall Orderlies; constipation is of- :en the cause. Sold only by Resall Drug'. Stores, 15c boxes- J- D. Jigmbotham Co., Adver- FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Geo. R. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 BEAR STAFFORD BLOCK The Grace Coal Mine is now prepared to taka can ot all ordero. PHONE 1250 The duality Is the best. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS WANTED! CROWN VoP BEER SOTTLES At'sOc dozen for Pints. At 60e dozen for Quarts i' Freight from Destination. Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co. Oct. Dec. Oct. Dec. 156% 151% .153 156% 151's 152W, E014 Nylo Chocolates "The sweets that never pall, Delicious, pure and crowning all." .These fine confec- tions are the pure, vholesomc JHicl toothsome kinds that ilease people of dis- criminating tastes. They are the accurate blend- ng of all that makes for delic- ousness. We always have a fresh stock as shipments are received fre- quently. We keep them right d sell them right 'NYLO -CANDY IS CUPID'S BEST AID." The Red Crow Book Co., Limited 'PHONE 555. Remove Unsightly Sept. 1SSV- 1SS Minneapolis Wheat .......-162% Chicago Wheat 152% Sept..... Dec..... May No. 1 Nor... No. 4 Nor...l50H Oats- No. 2 C. TV.. .50% Extra No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed .49% Barley No. 188 188 163% 153 154% 155% .159% No. 2. Nor. No. 5 Nor. No. 2 C. W-. .49% .....49% No. 2 Feed -.48% .85 No. 4 !NU. o Rejected and Feed..............76 N. W. C No. 2 C. W SATURDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRIVES J6 to 5670; stock ers to ?6; hogs 51100 to sheep to SS 75 to ?940; cows to ?9.50; hogs to heep JS.OO.