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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Light and Airy, As if Baked by a Fairy, 'Bread' from Taylor Made Another Fine Lot of Transcendant Crab Apples Just !n! Price per No. 1 Duchess Apples. Trice-per A BIG LOT OF FRUIT COMING IN FOR THE WEEK END. WATCH OUR AD. FOR PARTICULARS. THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 525 IS., DISTRICT Winnipeg Sept. local wheat market closet! -71 c higher for October and December, ami higher for May ontiou. Oats were Vac uj> for Octo- ber c u.u for December. Bnrley was unchanged'. Flax sained llic in Oc- tober, Ific in November and IViC 111 j December options. -Minneapolis was unchanged for septauiber, Sc higher j for December and %c lower for May. 1 The holiday in Chicago made it a liaht narrow market here today. J' Short covering in the morning gave j wheat some strength but after the i morning hour the market kept about Films left before 4 p.m. are develops by 4 P.m. the following day. Dy p.m SEND OR MAIL YOUR FILMS IN A. E. Hill, who deserted from the PTUi battalion, Toronto, lasc April was sentenced at Kingston to one year for desertion. STRONG DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Merchants Our entire organizaiioa ia at your service with our exper- ience vre can safely guarantee to set you the best prices for your grain at any time and for any grade or kind of grain. Phone M 1922 Calgary J For Office 1865 Lethbridge Quota- Res. 18tt Lethbridge j tions. See Our Aaents who are in your district. j. A.'GUMMING Lethbridge Manager ialberp Grain ny MEANS 'Satisfaction' Why net tei- us handle your wheat? You can get in direct touch with us at all times which is impossible when doing busi- ness with firms hundreds of miles away. Prices and bids willjngly given at all times. Quick, efficient and careful ser- vice. Salberg Grain Co. Hull Block, Lethbridge. J. H. TALLINS, Local Manager. PHONES 1580. Residence 572. tomorrow. is a fair short in ierest in' Chicago which will probably cover. War news ueetis wauliing. j however. Cash demand was a IHtle better for both oats and wheat. Ex-! porters took some oats from the local i market. FUTURES Winnipeg .Oct............. 153U JDec............. 147 1-tSli 'May............ 14S H9% ioct............. Dec............. 4' i Oct 1S9 Dec.-............ 1SSU j Minneapolis 161% 18214 l Holiday on Chicago Exchange. Winnipeg Cash Prices A Charming Complexiqn WITHOUT ARTIFICIALITY To acquire a delightful com- plexion, you must avoid doubt- ful preparations which harm the skin. Keep the skin healthy and rosy by using. Nyal's Massage Cream It is not'a faeautifier in itself, but by rolling through the pores it brings out the ciogycu waste matter and allows the skin to breathe. This natural pore- breathing brings a ruddy, healthy glow to the face. There is no complexion like a natural one; Price 3.3c Jar Tke Red Cross Drag Book Lifflited [CITY For Patriotic Fund The Hon. Treasurer, It. J. Ritchie Patersou acknowledges the receipt of ?4.'iO trom tho Lethbridge Herald route boys, being their contribution for the month of August. A. O. F. Meeting Court Unity, A. 0. F., will hold their regular monthly mooting in Durgman's hall -tomorrow (Thursday) evening at S o'clock. ation. For the Red Cross The secretary of the local branch oi the Red Cross Society acknow- ledges with tlmnks the receipt of ?30 irom the Lethbridge Trades and La- bor Council, being the ait.J'jnt of tho prizes won in the parade. Disbursements in August The local office of tho Canadian Patriotic Fund reports that durjug the month of August, 194 dependents j were assisted and the money dis- bursed in this connection amounted to S3S46. No. 'i Nor. lob fe No: 4 Nor... 1-mi No. 6 Nor...llltti Clean to handle. Sold by all Drug- gists, Grocers and General Stores. Chicago Health Commissioner's Orders On July 28th the health com- mission-r of. Chicago issued or- ders that all milk coming into that city must be pasteurized. Up to July 27th "there had been an increase of 104- per cent, in the death rate of babies in over the death- rate for tile same period in 1915. On July 28th Chicago's health commissioner said "Pasteurize." No exceptions were made. The rule .included all'Chicago, and all milk corning into Chicago. It was the only way to safe- guard.the babies and check that mounting death the health .commissioner took it without-hesitation. New York safeguards its bab- ies by.havirg its milk pasteur- ized. Chicago insists upon the pasteurization of all milk com- ing within its borders. So-does Milk Dealer." OUR MILK IS PASTEURIZED :AND CLARIFIED. Our Calgary Branch Was First Prize for Buiter At The Toronto Exhibition ASK YOUR GP.OCER FOR "CRYSTAL BRAND" BUTTER TheCrystal Dairy Limited PHONE' 1576 S.N'o 1 Nor... laSi-i ixo' 3 Nor... 153 H INo. 5 Kor'...13SVi JFeed Oats No. 2 C. W 50 !xo. 3 C. W 49 Extra 1 Feed 49 No. ITTeed 48% xo. 2 Feed 48 li Barley- No 3 Sfi No'. 4 S3 Rejected and Feed 74 No. 1 N. W. C INo. 2 C. W J-SS -1S5 TUESDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES ?5.25 to istockers to hogs .511-00; sheep to S8.T5. I 56.50 to 'cowsl 53.75 to ?S.50; hogs 510.50 to i 511.35; sheep ?6.50 to 58.00. LOCAL MARKETS Crain Livestock Prices Track prices i Wheat 'Oats 41% Flax .-172 Barley 74 .pricijs Wheat .134 Oats 38 Flax ;-159 Barley 08 Remove Unsightly Tan The tan, so-becoming in the lift summer months, remains in unsightly, patches when the cool- er days of ARBUTUS PEBOXIDE CREAM Will bleach out these patches, leaving the skin white and smooth. _ 50C a jar. J. D. Higinbotham Co "Alberta's Pioneer Druggist1-" The A Branch in Lethbridge James Richardson Sons, grain and commission merchants, have j opened a branch in Lethbritlge with I J. Lloyd sis manager. This is one j of the oldest and most reliable firms I in the west. The ollices are in the i Sherlock building. Trainmen Want Pay Increase W. F. Finn of Lethbridge is In Winnipeg attending n meeting of the Order of Hallway Conductors and the Order of Railroad Trainmen, at which plans are being laid for action look- ing toward an increased wage sched- ule with shorter hours of work. Wholesale and retail TELEPHONE NO. 322 It is not a matter of luck Good Bread is the result of using Good Flour and of skilful baking. Good Flour is Essential, and makes Baking Easier OUR BEST is EXCEPTION- ALLY Good Flour Ellison Milling Elevator Co JOHN GILMORE'S QUAKER BREAD QUAKER BREAD IS WEIGH- ED OFF BY A MACHINE THAT DOES NOT GET TIRED AND NEGLECT ITS WC-RK. IT NEV- ER GOES OUT TO PARTIES or DANCES AND ACT SLEEPY THE NEXT DAY. IT NEVER HAS COMPANY IN THE KITCHEN AND FORGETS THE BREAD. THE RESULT IS REGULAR BREAD. Phone for Post Office At the last meeting of the Board of Trade council it was decided to ask the post office department to instal a telephone in the post office here. A! telegram was dispatched to Ottawa on 1st. making the request, i arm the Board of Trade received word this morning that orders had been given to have the connection made. Father Dies in Ontario 3Ir. Sid Jackson today received the sad hews of the death of his father, John Jackson, aged 90, at Clinton, Ont. The late Mr. Jackson was one of the pioneers of Huron county, On- tario, having lived (or 63 years at I Clinton. He was hale and hearty up i to a few days ago, when "a paralytic i stroke made him take tq his bed. The late Mr Jackson and his wife, who 'survives'him, celebrated their golden wedding 'anniversary a year ago. Five sons, 'and one daughter also survive WALLPAPERS! We have a number of lines we arc clearing' out. Odd ceilings at greatly reduced prices. Borders at Ic a yard and up. Boom mould- ings, regular 5c a foot, sale for this week 3c. Robertson's Book Store "118 5th STREET S. OLD BENTLEY STAND PHONE LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, a% to 654; fat cows 5 54 to 5 Select hogs, 151) to 200 IDS., 10% Sheep, choice killing ewes, 7 cents. GETS TWO YEARS Weybuni, Sept. lEisenhardt, former clerk of the. court i ihere, who was recently ortraditeu jfrom the United States, was sent 1 down today by Judge Wood for two years in the penitentiary on a.charge I of appropriating to his own use pub- lic fnnds while in the employ of the 1 government. See The New FORD Before Selecting a Car f. o. b. Lethbridge Let us show you the famous YANKEE TIRE PUMP It fits any car and blows up any tire. Price only And a General Line of Accessories attention given to Ee- solicit your Ford business. Ford Garage Third Ave. S., Phone Day and Crisp, Fresh GROCERIES We do not carry a heavy stock although tt is complete. We order daily and in this way our .customers can count on every- thing heing fresh, We give careful attention to buying ana allow nothing but top notch quality to enter our store. Our goods and service w'Hl please you. We want your business. L L JARVIS Phone 1883 62" EIGHTH STREET S.: Personal Movements J. S. Smith, manager of the Hud- I son's Bay Co., is on a business trip i tc Calgary. Charles P. Adams, barrister ot Cal- gary, and secretary the Law Society of Alberta, Is in the city today. Messrs: Fletcher and Saucier, in- spectors of-the inland revenue depart- ment, speat yesterday in Lethhridge. -John Livingstone and .1. S. KirSham of L-ethbrldge, and Seth Nelson of are in Calgary writing Ian- examinations. Funeral of Late Jos. Young In the presence of a.large number of friends of the family the remains of tlm late Jos. Young were laid at rest in the family plot at the public i emetery yesterday afternoon. Ser- vices were held at the residence by Capt. the Rev. A. H. Denoon, while North Star Lodge No. 4, A- F, and A. JL, conducted the services at tho grave side. The pall hearers were: K: D. Johnson, .1. T. Graham, D. A. Simpson, E L-. Bonnell and T 'w Crofts. The many floral tributes testified to the high esteem in which the late Mr. Young was held by, his friends all over Southern Al- berta RUSSIANS HOLD GROUND GAINED I 601 OF JUl OF Lcthhrirtge rcllfcved of an- other burden loda> when 1 Dillon's tsrjn concluded and he jvas_ tjirnetl to tile immigration authorities for deportation His wife, who hai bosn living hero, was with Dillon was sentenced to a year In Calgary on a charge of selling "dope j H IB understood he originally came j__________-------------- jfiora California and CannjU) Mtgs phc coula get along very nlcel) Blork. out Kim. Petrogrnd, via London, Sept. are holding the ground won in recent lighting in flie Carpathians, despite counter attacks by the Teutonic forces, according to Liggett': Chocolates are recom- mended tor their piirity as well as for their flavor. Solil and recommended by all Rexall Stores. J. D. Iligin- trtam Co LU1. BUSINESS LOCALS Ancient Order of Foresters will hold their. meeting in the Oddfellows' on Monday, Sept. luth. All requested to attend. 231-3 DRESSMAKING MacDonald 223-26 WE GUARANTEE THE Jubilee Spark Intensifier To fire any spark plug with two points left on it. It will fire bettor than new. Can be attached to any. make of car with same good A well known Ford Salesman in Alberta a wonderful device and docs all you -state. I- am recommending them to my friends, and ihall be glad if you will send me two sets per return. I hive certainly: been able to make hills on which i could not. make before, and the general Improvement is WILL.GIVE-. EQUALLY AS GOOD RESULTS ON GAS ENGINES It makes your spark always visible, night or day, and locates instantly'a broken wire connection or ignition trouble of any kind. Price: each, or set of 4. _ Exclusive-Distributors for Canada and Great Britain: WILLS STANDEN 50 THOMAS BLOCK, CALGARY, CANADA Out of Town Dealers Write for Exclusive Agency. The Grace Coal Mine 'is now prepared to take care of all orders. PHONE 12SO The quality the best. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN T.SVO TON LOADS FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Geo. E. Dixon Cu., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK ANNOUNCEMENT Viaduct Lodge No. 63, I. .0. 0. F., will confer the Initiatory Degree Tues- day evening, 12th (nBtant. at Oddfel- lows- Hall. All members are rcqiieatod to be presonUt A. K. Dunlop, i Secretary. We carry a largo stock of the finest imd best manufacture. Prices up to FITTED BY EXPERTS A PERFECT FIT QUARAN- TEED AT rank Hey Drug Go. CONYBEARE BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERT'1 ;