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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS TELEPHONE 1312 CCMFORTABLS LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best Hotel in Pride of Alberta and Mother's Favorite I V Every Sack Contains The Reason Why---- it's BETTER Taylor-Made Preserving Fruits PEACHES. Frtcslt-r.es. per case BARTLETT PEARS. Ib. casts, per ca Lu3 boxes PLUMS. Green, red and blue, in ptacti boxes CRAB APPLES. Transcindants, 40 pound casts. MCh E-LACKSERRIES, per cas: SJ.50 BLUEBERRIES, per basktt 53.25 GREEN TOMATOES.Vr Ib. GREEN TOMATOES, per 40 Ib. case ......J1.75 PICKLING CUCUMBERS, per Ib............ 15c PICKLING ONIONS, Sllversklns, per Ib. RIPE TOMATOES, per case GREEN PEPPERS, Ib HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. Edison Phonographs We always carry a full both the popular cylinder phono- oraphs and also the new Edison Diamond Disc machines. New records coming in all the time. THE KENNY ALLiN CO., Ltd. Drugglrtt and Phone 1417 Next Dlllu Make tbe MOST of the High Prices by coasip- ittg Yoar Grain te SMITi-MURPHY CO. You will realize every cent in It for you, and set your re- turns promptly. WHITE OR'PHONE Office Phone 1313 Residence Phone 1434 N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLOG. MACLEOD Macleou. Sept. past veek STRONG DOWLER GRAIN and Commuiion Merchant! Our entire "organization is at yomr service and with .our exper- ierice wo can salely guarantee to get you the beat prices for your grain at any time and for any grade or kind of grain. Phone M 1922 Caljary) For Office 1365 Lethbridse! Quota- Res. 1811 See Our Agents who are In your district J. A. CUMMING Lethfaridge Manager has been a busy onc tor every tanner finishing up the cutting and shocking and preparing tor the thrashing. A few of the machines have begun tvork Enrl goad reports from the fields o! yields from; 20 bnshels per acre up- wards, trilh a irade of No. 1 Nor- thern, thus assuring to all those who will hare grain for sale the top price and an -average of per bushel all around at the elevators here. A gentle rain from Friday evening will delay threahing oparatioi's for a few days, tiiit it wHhbe general during the corn- in i; "Mck and plenty of help. EXPECTS Lffi Toronto, Sept. The Telegram says: "There Is every indication that I the trades congress (.hat opens its ses- sion in Ottawa next week Is going to i be a lively affair, according to local la- bor gossip. Tbo question of conscrip- tion vill be one of Abe chlet subjects under discussion and the east nnd will be divided up on the subject. "There is looming up considerable opposition lo President James Wal- ters, ivho it is expected will receive little support from the Ontario bers because of his general policr of conducting affairs during the year. Vice-President James Simpson would and should follow Walters for the of- fice of president, and there is no doubt he would have little difficulty In ob- taining the office only for strong socialist views. If the members "forget this then James Simpson will he tbc next president of the trade congress. "The position of secretary, will, if he wants it, go to the Ottawa Irish- man, P. M. Draper." New Sept. Showery weather the past ireek Has put off threshing some. One fanner in this district report bushels to the acre on land. If the weather is favorable by another week's time, threshing will he in full swing. CARDSTON Cardslon, Sept. weather I conditions hare held beck the har- vesting this week, both cutting and threshing. In the Aetna district llr Preston Hyde began threshing hla lal wheat but had to quit when the wet weather began on Friday night. The Winnipeg, Sepi. ll.-rWith the same buyers in the market .as yesterday here was a cotlnued active demand j lor cash wheat rf'all grades today. I with prices steady around previous I quotations. Offerings 'were'no', large. Demand for spot oats was also but offerings re small. Prices for the straight grades were-, unchanged but.a little betler'Ipr. pcore.- grades. Barley was in demand for all grades, with jirices a little higher. Flax mar- slow without special interest. The market for oats for future deliv- ery manifested a downward tendency today, all options having a decline of from Ic to during the trading. Tlie reports of frost damage apparently tailed'to impress dealers. for de- ntaLuci .-----j j ferred delivery was also down from threshing outfit is being run by D. W. onc cenf (O three cents. Business was Rollins Co. The grain Is grading active for both cereals. Finish Your Films Yoinvillbc Toronto, Sept- be- tween the British, Canadian and Unit- ed Slates food controllers is now pos- sible, according io information reach- ing the provincial parliament quarters yesterday, audit Is hoped tlmt control of prices Iti allied countries will fol- low the united action which is contem- plated by these officials. Winnipeg October oats closed IKc down; November ,yc lower; Decem- ber Ic lower; and May lower. Oc tober flax closed IVic.down; COAL ORDERS Taken at Cttfzens' Lumber Co. PHONE 362 JOHN MURRAY No. 1 Alberta Red and is making tet- ter than 30 bushels per acre from pre- sent returns. Three threshing rigs began at Glen- wood and vicinity this only to and" December he the wet weather 1 .eld, unchanged, are good and samples excellent. Gco. L. Slrineham's outfit ivas the lirst to I Futures Mart and the yield Is going teller] than 30 bushels to the acre ot splendid Oct............. bos spring wheat. The other machines N'ov............. have not been hoard from. CZ% Weather conditions are at present i only worry. Thus far the labor' The fail of Riga-bring? the enemy touch with most of tic Important cen- tres of white fiai growing. situation has been met. though some help had to te Imported for stocking and threshing. The situation on (he whole Is quite satisfactory in this dis- trict. Oct. 01% IIS 1.. 320 315 312 The Joy of and the greater, power and zest it gives to botfrwork and recre- ation grestly upon the health ot your kidneys; and that, we firmly believe, is Insured by the use of Rexall Kidney Treatmfent Our faith in it is justified by the pleasant restilts we know it has given scores of sufferers. We want you to try H at our risk upon our promise to re- fund the you iiaid for it if it does not satisfy you. relieve you, and add to you ity of living. In Liquid EOc In Pill Form, SOe J. D. Higiflbolham Co _ Limited Plontir. CITY DISTRICT tndian Agent. J. Dilworth, Blood Indian Agent is in the city today frum MacleoJ. Rain in South. Somn rain is falllnn in Southern Al- berta today and threshing oatlils aro not inaking much headway..- New Traffic Bylaw. The city council has secured a of the Calgary motor trattii: bylaw and a new bylaw will he drawn up for tils city shortly. Moose Meeting. Loyal Order of Moose No. "92. will meet tonight at 8 o'clock sharp. A large class for Initiation. Visiting brothers welcome. More Five-Franc Notes. Trie- Canadian Bank of Commerce has received a fresh consignment of five-franc notes, for the convenience o( those wishing to send remittances to soldiers at the front. Death of Infant. The three months old infant of S Mogus of Coalhurst died todny. The uneral will be held tomorrow at.1.30 .m. at the interment InVtho liner's cemetery, Lethbrirtge. Htt Liquor. nohlnson who camo from the outh country yesterday was found ast night by the police considerably it up. Ho had four flasks of Bour- bon on him. This morning he vras ined ?10 and costs in police court. Came From Great Falls. The Herald has learned that I'te. Harris, mentioned yesterday In the casualty list, and as being, unknown hero, came to the city from Great Falls. Montana, to enlist In the 113th and later was transferred to the en- gineering carts, fie.' Harris was hi! leted for a time at the home of Mr Kelly In Lethbridge___ On First Friday and Saturday. It was staled by the Herald yestcr day In error that the monthly exam illations for steam engineers were held on Hie last Friday and Salurda> iri each month. The esnmlnaUous ar held on the llrst Friday and Saturda; In each month. More engineers !lt being examined at this point than i -any other district in the province I showing Iho great demand here Io steam engineers throughout tills far- ming district. HA Y WANT E D A few carloads of good hay for prompt shipment. Advise quality and -quantity anil when delivery can be made. SAUNDERS HAY i GRAIN CO. 1221 Second Ave. 5. Phbne 732 Shampooing', Comb- ings made up, Facial Massage, Electrolysis ETC., ETC., ETC. Phone 1710 HuirBlock Room 1 1 Have Us Install Year Furnace NOW So It will be all ready to use when needed. We are prepared to put in new (lues, colu afr boxes, or to build an entire furn- ace If required- We have ample facilities and equal sfclll. You can depend work every lime and you'll fird upon hniulry that our charges vrc always ok- tremely rcaaonaWf-. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA No. 2 Feed.. 02% Oct N'ov Ucc v Cash Prices No. J Xor...222 N'o. 2 Nor... 220 No. 3 Nor.. .217 No. 4 20S No. 5 1S4 No. S 172 I Feed 16S l No. 2 C. CCS Xo. C. W. 04% Extra No. 1 Fecit 54 .Vo. 1 Feed.. 63% Barley No. 3 No.', 117% Rejected anil Feed Flax- No. 1 N. W. 0 i 321 No. 2 C. W. No. 3 C. W. Chicago Market Chicago, Kept. Wheat Cash nominal. No. 2 yellow 222 and 22314; No. 3 yellow 215. Oats No. 3 white standard 60 and 6'i'A- Corn-Wo, 3 yellow 217 and 21S. No. 3 white 5754 ar.if 53'4; flax and 330V4- Wholeulu inJ retail iO s .WHERE TO GO FOK _ Tinsmithing, Furnaces, and Steam Fitting, Plumbipg HieK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE Off ice Stationery UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS, f. E. CHECK PENCIL SHARPENER; OFFICE FURNITURE, TYPEWRITERS OVERHAULED, REPAIRED. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE .'Eveirall SL Franks Slnnott Block, Corner iiid 6th El. K II" Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. 3. and 13lh Street. MINING, BUILDING L RAILWAY SUPPLIES A EQUIPMENT TUDHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENT! GANG PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH- BUGOIES WESTS, DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS x CULTIVATORS BINDER ENGIIIEC PHONE 172S--TAKE A BLUE LINE CAR LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock.Prices Pr'cei Wheat .....201 Data......6554 62', Flai......- Flax :.....301 Harley Barley LIVESTOCK Choice steers, 714c;