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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS TELEPHONE 1312 CENTRAL CCMFORTAaiS LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Bett a Day Hotel in Pride of Alberta ami Mather's Favorite Every Sack Contains The Reason Why---- it's BETTER Taylor-Made Preserving Fruits PEACHES. per case ...........51.50 OARTLETT PEARS, 40 Ib. cases, ptr case Lua boxes PLUMS, Green, red and blue, in peacK boxes CRAB APPLES. Transccndants, 40 pound cases. each BLACKBERRIES, fcr cast ................53.50 BLUEBERRIES, fir basket...............S3.25 GHEEN TOMATOES, per Ib..................5c GREEN TOMATOES, per 40 Ib. case......S1.75 PICKLING CUCUMBERS, pir Ib............ 15c PICKLING ONIONS, Silverskins. per RIPE TOMATOES, ftr GREEN PEPPERS, jer Ib...................'25c HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO.PH ONE 525 MARKETS Edison Phonographs We ckrry full line of cylinder phono- and the new Edison machinM. New records .coming-in" the-tlme. THE KENNY ALUN CO., Ltd. Phone Hake the MOST of to Bisk Prices by iog Year Grain U You will reaiiie CTerr cent in it for you, and-get your turns promptly" WRITE OR PHONE Office-Phone Residence Phone 1494 N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLOti. Winnipeg. offerings .in the cash wheat market today were j very small compared with active i demand. The demand (or ,oats was unabated wlih prices 1 cent higher. There were tnmsacjtons in cash flax at three cents over Qctober options. Barley was in good, demand, but lit- tle was olfered. The prices were 1 cent to cents up from previous close. Oats for future delivery were Etrong. anil fractionally higher. Con- siderable business done.-.. Flax was very dull. October being (tie only option traded was neglected. Winnipeg cash wheat closed at the fbced price for number one. northern of 32.21. October oats closed 1H cent higher; November H cent up; December 1 cent up and" Mar cent Ingher. October flai dosed cents lower, November cent higher and Decem- ber cent higher- STRONG DOWLER GRAIN and CommtuioB (Oar entire Ii at roar serrlce and with our exper-. fence we can safely guarantee to get yon the best for your grata at any thae and lor, any grade or kind of grain. Phone M 1922 Calgary For Office 1W5 Lrthbridae) Quota 1811 Lethbridge See Our AgenU who are in your "dTitrlcl. J. A. CUMMINQ Manager WON'T OPPOSE DR. CLARKE Jied Deer, SepL T. Day, ConEervatlv.e candidate for tile riding ol Hed Deer, has presented .his resignation lo the president of tlie Red Deer Federal Conservative riding, F. E. Slu'Leod, of Red Deer. He -will not run aganst Dr. Clarke. BREAD CARDS IN STALY. Rome, Sept. Canapa, the Jtaluin food or- dered the introduction of bread and flour cards tliroufihout Italy after October 11. f Attended Food Meeting President Marnocli of the Board ol Trade has retu'.ned from the north, where he went on food control busi- ness.' He states that at the Calgary meeting yesterday expressions of sat isfaciion were heard that the order re- specting the refusal to sell cannec vegetables had" been rescinded. Marnoch states that in the Edmonton district cutting is "Cll along and th> frost has done very little damage ex cept to the encumbers ot the garden truck, but in Calgary the potatoes are all black. The recent rains have ro suited In z resumption of breaking am further cultivation of the summerfal low. COAL ORDERS Tafctn at CHIzeni' Lumber Co. PHONE 3Si JOHN MURRAY ORFHEUM MONDAY X MARTYRDOM'Of NURSE' CAVELL" The Ivies' Society to the B. of L. F. E. ARE ISSUING INVITATIONS TO A DANCE IN THE K. P. HALL MOD. SEPT. 17 ORCHES TPA 111 ATTENDANCE. Anyone Wanting 231-C WANTED A few Carloads of good hay for prompt shipment' A'dvlw (i'aaUty. lad quantity anil when delivery can lie SAUNDER8 HAY A GRAIN OO. 1221 Phone 732 Shampooing, Comb- ings made up, Facial Massage, Electrolysis ETC, ETC., ETC. Phone 1710 Hull Block Room 1 Winnipeg Market. Oats, i .Opon. Close. October......... 66S lo December lay fa's Barley-- Open. Close. 'ctober .i......, US Open.: Close. ictober......... 3k7 lovember 3121 lecernber SOS Winnipeg Cash Prices. Vo. 1 Nor...221 No. 2 3 Nor...215 No. -1 Xor...2W ST0. 5 Xor...lS5 No. 5 'eed .....166 Oats lo. 2 C.W... 67 S No. 3 C.W... 65 Brtra No. 1 feed o. 1 feed.. 6JX No. 2 feed.. 63T4 Vo. 3 ......15214 No. 4 ,.....HS'.i Rejected and feed 1 N. W. C. ...............316 No. 2 C, .312 Winniptg Cattle Winnipeg, Sept. receipts are estimated at 2.700; hogs at'.350. Cattlo trading is steady 'at unchanged prices and there is a good demantitor !he bqst butcher steers. Bulls, oxen, stockers and feeders; 'veal calves, sheep and lambs steady. Hogs are stronger; select J16.45 to J17.00. Calgary Market. Calgary, Sept. 'satis- faction over the new wheat prides is expressed in grain and farming circles today. Ther price ol J2.21 for. No. 1 northern, basis Fort -William, .will give the farmer in the extreme south- ern part of Alberta J2 for his -wheat at Ills own elevator anil this is regarded as an excellent price. great stim- ulus, in cultivation and preparation of land Hits fall is expected to result. quotation, i 2 C.W., No. 3 C.W. No. 2 teed 55 '.I. Calgary Livestock. Calgary, Sept. was only one load of hogs on the market-at the I Alberta stock yards this morning, j IC.2.S to 516.50 was tfie ruling price. There were a nornler of loads of cat- le in the yards but most Vere con- tgned direct lo the P. Burns Com- >any. Cattle tops brought and other prices were little changed from ast quotation. New York Stocks. 1 New York, Sept. tinuance of disquieting liquidation en- j couraged the bearsranfl values were i brought down still lower. Sleel fell j nearly 105. Supporting orders chocked the break and before the' close there were rallies of 1 to 3 points. The market closed firm. C, P. R. Stock. JCew York, Sept. sales Pacific, V. S. Steel V. S. Steel preferred Minneipolit Wheat. Minneapolis, Sept. Xo. 3 yellow 21S to 220; 3 white, to 60. Flour and bran unchang- Chicago Market, Ci'lcago, Sept. cash nominal. Corn, Xo. 2 yellow 223V4 to 224; No. Z yellow 2Z3J4; Nd. 4 ysllow nominal. 3 while lo Cl% standard lo It Knocks the Spots Out of Soiled Garments We have a Cleaning Fluid that quickly removes all sorts of spots from garments, carpets, etc. It does not exactly "knock the spots" out, but H cleans so quickly and effectively that you know what: happened to them. During these days of patriotic economy, you'll find CLENELO Very useful. You'll need it when you go to clean some of your last year's garments before dye- ing them. Price, 2oi: battle TkeRed Cross Drag Co., PHONE IMPORTANT MEETING BOARD OF TRADE Important general meeting of tlie boanl of trade tomorrow night at S.30 to consider 'letter from department of justice re- _ garditig exemptions lor iJhysI- cally unfit. CITY AJVD DISTRICT Masonic Meeting An emergent meeting of Lethbridge Loilge Xo. A. K.