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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Bett a Day Hotel in Alberta Light and Airy, As if Baked by a Fairy, 'Bread' from Taylor Made Specials at Good's This Week-end .__._.._ ...rtir nine TrrMUATncS RIPE BAF SOME NICE RIPE TOMATOES, RIPE BARTLETT APPLES AND WE ARE SELLING THESE ALL AT EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES TH15 WEEK END, RIPE TOMATOES', per bssket RIPE BARTLETT PEARS. In splendid Condi- tion for present use, per basket NoPTDUCHESS ARpLis.' B.cVl'.'AH wrapped in first class Exceptionally good cookers. 5 pounds for.........' Crawford's', 'these' are about over _ with. We still have a few, per case -PLUMS. All kinds, per basket PLUMS. All kinds, per BLACKBERRIES. Extra 2" baskets TOKAY GRAPES. California's, per pound Per 6 oound basket TRANSCENDANTr.CRAB APPLES. Another lot at a very low price, per case........ 20c 90c GREEN PEPPERS. pound 80c CELERY. B. C. 3 pounds for 2Bc SWEET POTATOES. Jerseys, 3 pounds.... 25c VEGETABLE MARROW, per pound 3c COMB HONEY. California white clover, per CREAM BRICK CHEESE, per pound 30c GINGER SNAPS. 2 pounds for 25o BACON. Stirling Brand, Heavy sides. In the piece, per pound 26c HAMS. Stirling Brand. Heavy. Half or whole hams, per pound 25c TRI-PURE WATER. Absolutely free from germs of any kind. A shipment just receiv- ed. Small and large size. HYSLOP CRAB APPLES. These are the dark red ones for jelly, per case THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Developing and Printing Films left before 4 p.m. are developed and the desired prints made by 4.p.m. the THE KENNY ALLIN CO, Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONc MARKETS OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE 1484. SMITH, MURPHY CO. GRAIN HEAD WINNIPEG. Write or phone at our expense if you have grain to handle. We can assure you the best price the market will stand and (jive you courtiOBl service and prompt returns. LETHBRIDGE OFFICE. SHERLOCK BUILDING. N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER. Sept.' 14. The local wheat market closed %c lower for Oc- tober and %c down for December and May' Oats were lac Up for October and' unchanged for December. Barley was 2 cents up. 'rax was 2 cents up for October. 2S cents up for No- vember and 2 cents up -for December. Minneapolis wheat, was Jl% .cents low- er for September. 2% cents down for I December and 3'i cents lower lor May. Wheat looked strong in the morn- in- held till near the close-then broke about 4 cents In a few minutes. The trade was only fair till .the. heavy realizing sales broke the market. War news was said-.to be responsible for the break. There was. nothing to en- thuse over in the early trade. Ex- porters bought a fair amount bnt it later developed that it was spreading operations. The hedging was all done at the opening and was scarcely felt. Cash premiums were good No. 1 Nor- thern selling at six cents over. Oats were in good demand at one cent over for No. 2 C. W. or l-2c.better than Wednesday. FUTURES Winnipeg Wheat: October." -15455 152% Oats, Saturday is RED CROSS DAY AT KEITH'S The Ked Cross Society have charge of our store on Saturday. Come and help them and get acquainted with something new. Our latest delicacy Made" PEANJLJT BIJTTER We hare installed a'Peanut Butter machine and know you will he delighted -with the product. There is nothing more "tasty" than good fresh peanut butter.: And there are so many tempting ways to serve it, that it never grows tiresome. Feeling the increasing demand for this now famous spread and desiring to give our customers absolutely the best in this line as we have always endeavored to do iii everything that we handle, we have Just installed a HOBART PEANUT BUTTER MAKER and are now prepared to furnish you with the "mouth-watery" kind of peanut butter, fresh every day. DELICIOUSLY DISTINCTIVE DELICACIES MADE WITH PEANUT BUTTER- PLAIN PEANUT BUTTER SANDWICH. On thin slices o'f bread or crackers, spread our "Home-Made" peanut butter thicfc PEANUT BUTTER SANDWICH. One-half cup of our "Home- Made" peanut butter, two-'tablespoonfuls Mayonnaise dressing. Mix arid spread between slices of brown bread. CHEESE SANDWICH. of grated cheese with our "Home-Made" peanut butter. PEANUT BUTTER SALAD. Cut apples and celery- in cubes. Let stand in cold water. Stir one cup of-.Mayonnaise into one-half cup of our "HomeOtlade peanut butter Drain water, from apples and celery, arrange on crisp lettuce leaf, covering with dressing; sprinkle with chopped nuts. FINE FOR FUDGE. The next time you make fudge, add four generous tat'espoonfuls of our peanut butter. One jar of peanut butter is equal to twelve eggs in food "Ten cents worth of Peanut Butter will purchase more, than the protein and six times the energy that could be height for the same expenditure for porterhouse. steaK. Information given above, taken from TJ, 8. Government reports. Bulletin No. 332. T. H. KEITH HOME MADE CONFECTIONERY AND POPCORN PHONE 1054. THIRD AVE. BESIDE P. BURNS CO. 49 47 U 191 190 October 3ece.fnber. 4 Fla October 1901 December- WO Minneapolis: September 163 159% Chicago September 15QW December May 1 'fe innipeg Cash Prices No 1 Nor...l5S'A No. 2 Nor .156 fc 3 Nor... 153% No. 4 Nor. 1 6" No Nor 13 V. No. 6 Nor. 97% Oat? No. 2. C. W...50% "No. 3 C. W Ex. No 1 Fd 49? No. l.Feed iSV- Barley: No. 3 8" No 4 83'A Rejected and Feed Fla No. 1 N.W.C. 190K No. a W...1S9 WEDNESDAY'S LIVESTOCK .PRICES Calg rj Steer to tock ers ?6 to J6 to 511 sheep 0 to 58 i Chicago jr 10 to Sll 20 res to to 30 heep 56 90 to 0 LOCAL MARKETS Gram Livestock Prices Track prices Wasori Prices Whe t 14314 Wheat Oat 41% Flax 1 4U Barley B rlej 08 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 5% to 6Vi 'at cows 5'4 to s% Select hogs 150 to 200 10% Sheep choice killing 7 cents MILK! (VILK AND CREAM BABY'S MILK supoliei front individual cows that have passed the tubercular lest by ihe jovtrn ment veiorinaris." ICE CREAM Old Stsnd. Socials, parties, etc eur spec laity Give us a trill you will not be disappointed. EDGEHILL DAIRY Phone 1324; We have oh hand seven dozen of good Fountain Pens and these we are selling this about half price. If you do hot have a fountain pen now is your chance to good pen at a bargain. If, already have one, a seconcfrpen will not come amiss. 4 doz. pens. Reg. price 51-50 to J2.00. Special price ftA 3 doz. pens.-Reg. price to Special price rn each.............. 1 doz. pens. Reg. price AA Special, each .Jti.UU Tfce Red Cross Book Co., United WEATHER Lethbridge, clear 51 31 -02 Kamloops, clear 64 Edmonton, clear 4S Brooks, cloudy 3S 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 Baking Easier OUR BEST is ALLY Good Flour Ellison Milling Elevator Co 35 24 32 35 30 Battleford. rain 48 Qu'Appelle, rain 4S Nelson, cloudy 65 Red Deer, cloudy 52 Calgary, clear 52 Medicine Hat, rain ..52 30 .30 iMacleod, fair 51 30 ReghuC clear 48 29 Prince Albert, clear 52 26 Brandon, cloudy 55 35 .15 clear 56 38 -IS The feather has been very cool with" 'rsiin in Manitoba and Saskatche- wanr Traces of snow at Medicine Hat, Battleford, Humboldt and Qu'Appelle. Forecast AH Fair and cool today and on Friday, frosts at night. v QUAKER BREAD IS KNEAD- ED BY'A MACHINE. IT IS VERY IMPARTIAL, IT TREATS THEM ALL ALIKE, THE LAST ONE GETS THE SAME TREATMENT AS THE FIRST ONE IN THE NIGHT'S WORK. THIS HELPS TO MAKE QUAKER BREAD REGULAR. Oil Is expressed and bottled in Southern ,France and is the pur- est oil obtainable. 4 oz. bottle 35c 8 oz. bottle .h.... 16 oz. bottle 1 qt. can J. D. Higicbotham Co. "Alberta's Pioneer The k Wholesale and cherniat. TELEPHONE NO. .322 101 7tH CITY AND DISTRICT Justice Ives in City Justice Ives arrivecl fil the city this morning. He will remain over till Saturday when he will sit on the adjourned case of al Bank vs Pill Ing which was stalled at Court civil sittings last spring. War'Does Not Stop Work: of the French Capt. Magrath Back Looking healthy and1 fli? Captain C. S Magrath, who has seen active ser- vice on the west front, arrived in the city this .-morning and will remain a -week! Can't Magrath. as announced in the Herald some time ago, lias re- turned to Canada to take up the work of training a new battery, his exper- ience at the front, and especially with heavy artillery, having fitted him for the work. As-was natural, the captain did not care to say a great deal about the war or troop movements owing to the strict censorship, but he seems quite confident about the outcome of the WET. "We cannot give pur own opin- ions .as to when the war will he said 'but the general impression in the Old Country seems to be that an- other year will see the finish." Capt Magiath was at the front -with his artillery unit during the greater part of January and February of this year. He said things were rather quiet 'there then, and life at the front seem- much like life in a big training camp Of course a lot of shooting -was I done but gun drill was engaged in al and the life as a, whole was fine. It struck him as rather in- congruous at first that farmers should be carrying on their work both in front and behind the guns, as if nothing were happening. AH summer, especialb along the more inactive parts of the the farmers have been ploughing, sowing and harvest- ing as if the war were a thousand miles away. Of course this would not apply to the Somme front or the Ypres salient Capt Magratli said he did not care to express an opinion as to the quality of the work the Canadians are doing at the front He would leave that to English and French officers. He men- tioned, however, that Alberta seemed to have done nobly in the way of. rais- ing men. WALLPAPERS We have a number ol lines we are 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 weckSc. Robertson's Book Store 118 5th STREET S. OLD BENTLEY STAND PHONE Two New Machines Two new machines were added to the equipment of the Garbutt Business College this week. These :machines embrace all the latest; improvements Including the new self starter nnd tabulator. In addition to these six more machines been ordered and are expected to arrive at an early date. This increase has been made neces gar} by the attendanceithis and will be'; added as r" GLYCERINE AND BARK PREVENT APPENDICITIS The simple mixture at buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc, known as Adler i-ka astonishes Lcthhrldge people Be cause -Adler-i-ka acts on BOTH lower and upper bowel ONE relieves almost ANY CA'SB constipa- tion, sour stomach or gas. It-, removes such surprising foul matter "that a few doses often relieve or prevent lip- nendicitls. A short ircatment helps chronic The IN Artier i ka Is 1) IIiKjnbotham Llmiteii, DniKijistB Advt f For Patriotic Fund The Hon. Treasurer, R. J. Ritchie Pateraon, acknowledges the receipt of from Mr. P. Rigby tor the Patriotic Fund. v C. O. F. Meeting Companions of the Forest meet at Burgmann's hall Friday, at 7.45 sharp. Business, initiation. j Announcement The Workers' Club are hold- ing an ice cream social on Friday night it the home of Mrs. Wardman, 612'12th Street A North. Card of Thanks wish to extend our sincere thanks to all friends who DO kindly gave their help" and sympathy in our time of need, and for the love' ex- pressed in the many and beautiful floral tributes. Mrs. Jos. A. Young and Family. No nian.can dp effective work if Orderlies are nn effective laxative. Sold. by Rexiill llrug Stores only, I5c and boxes, j'.-D. Hlginbotliain Co., Limited. WE GUARANTEE THE Jubilee Spark Intenaifier To fire sp.rk plug with two point, l.ft.on it. It will fire better than new. Can be attached to any make of car with same good results. A well known Ford Salesman In Albert, 1, wonderful device and does .11 you state. 1 recommending them to my sh.ll be gmd if you will send me two sets return. I h.ve certainly been .ble to m.ke hill, on which I wuldh not before, and the general Improvement Is spl.ndld WILL GIVE EQUALLY AS GOOD RESULTS ON GAS ENGINES Price: each, or set of 4. Exolu.lv. Distnbutor. for Canada and Great Britain: WILLS STANDEN 50 THOMAS BLOCK, CALGARY, ALBERTA, CANADA Out of Town Dealers Write for Exclusive Agency, DO YOU BURN COAL? The Grace Goal Mine Is to tik. car. 1 ot all orders. PHONE 1250 The quality Is the beat Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS MISS 1 MacDonald Block. .229-20 FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Geo. K. Co., PHONE 1057 BLOCK Grain Handled in Any Position We are fti close connection with ex- port trade ;and by dealing you save several ni iddle men's profits.'" United Grain Producers, Ltd TEMPORARY QFKICE8: ROOM 1, MACOONALD BLOCK ANNOUNCEMENT W_ Hopkins, of the Alberta Meat Market bought liO lioml prlmo during thn past steers fiom Mike Malloy, of Iron months, trlod on. SpriiiKS yesterday. 333-1 ;