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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD JOB DEPT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSdR Beit a Day Hotel ir. Alberta Light and Airy, As if Baked by a Fairy, 'Bread' from Taylor 'ide Very Special on Green Preserving Plums i kmmht the riirht nricc o utility excellent. .This is a very special pri w5Wa2y more at anywhere near .the price. Ord now. Price per case THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 525 Developing and Printing Films left before 4 p.m. are developed and the desired prints made by 4 p.m. the ,N THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd, NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. 148'' PHONE 148'' FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Geo, K. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK Ivan Graham of Beiuiput, N. committed suicide by S., At K. P. Hall Every TUESDAY AND SATURDAY Best floor and best music Dancing from 8.30 to 12 p.m. Admission: Gentlemen, 50c; Ladies Free. Everybody Welcome TRY A HERALD WANT AD Winnipeg. Sept. local wheat market closed lie up tor October and December and V.C down for May op- j (ions Oats were better for Oc- tober and December. Barley was un- chanced. Flax was M4c up for pc-, I tober and December and up for I November Minneapolis wheat closed up for September, 2c higher for December and up for December ami May It wns a light bntweeu tile bulls i '-ad he-rs today. Ninety-five per cent I oi the local crowd were bearish but] no confidence. The buying by j one or two at the bulls completely oft-1 set mo't of the short selling. Strength i in Minneapolis was a check to wheat i offers and so little was for sale late j in the day that the buyers had to bia wheat up to get it. News generally favored the bears with Liverpool down in the morning- aud the better news from the war zone. The Argen. j tine wheat is more or less of a friz- zle There was no export business today in the futures. Some little was worked in the cash market but oats got the best buying there. Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat- No 1 Nor ..158 No. 2 Nor.. .Io6t4 No 3 Nor...l53ii No. 4 Nor...147 No! 5 Nor...133% No. 6 Nor...117 Feed Oats- No. 2 C. W............ No. 3 C. Extra 1 Feed No. l.Feed No. 2 Feed No. 3................ No. 4................ Rejected and Feed Flax- No. 1 N. W. C......... No. 2 C. W........... FUTURES Winnipeg Saturday is RED CROSS DAY AT KEITH'S The Keel charge of our store on Saturday. Come-and.help them and get acquainted---with.-something-..new. Our latest delicacy PEANUT BUTTER We Have in'stalle'd'a Peanut' Butter machine and know you. will be delighted with the product, There, is nathitg 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 in everything that we handle, we have just installed a HOBART PEANUT. .B.UTTER MAKER End sre.EOW prepared to furnish you vfith the "mouth-watery" kind of peanut butter, fresh every day. OELICIOUSLY DISTINCTIVE DELICACIES MADE WITH PEANUT BUTTER. PEAN.UT. BUTTER SANDWICH. On thin slices of white bread or crackers, spread-our "Home-Made" peanut butter thick. PEANUT BUTTER SANDWICH. One-half cup of our "Home- .Made" peanut butter, two tablespoonfuls Mayonnaise dressing.' Mix and, spread between slices of brown bread. 'CHEESE SANDWICH. Six equal quantities of grated cheese "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 "Home-Made peanut butter. Drain. water from apples and celery, arrange on crisp lettuce leaf, covering Tvlth dressing; sprinkle with chopped nuts. FINE FOR FUDGE. The next time you make four generous teblesppbnfuls'of our "Home-Made" peanut baiter. 49% 49% 4STJ SS S4 We have on hand seven of good Fountain Pens and these we are selling this week for about half price. If you do not have a fountain pen now is your chance to get a good pen at 'n bargain. If you already have one, a second pen will not come amiss. 4 doz. pens. Reg. price 31.50 to ?2.00. Special price A A each............... 2 doz. pens. Reg. price 42.50 to 53.00. Special price (M pn each..............