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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS TELEPHONE 1552 CENTRAL COMFORTAatl LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Hotel in AlbcrU Taylor-made x Flour m Pride of Alberta and. Mother's Favorite Two Brands with but a single BETTER BREAD BUY PRESERVING FRUIT NOW -ITALIAN PRVXKS. 11AHTLKTT PEAKS, GKAVHN- STEIX TOMATOKS. 1UPE TOMATOES, GltKEX PKPPKHS. PEACHES. Elbtrtis, Fosters and All Free- stones. Per case PEACHES. Very belt tor preserving. Per ease GREEN TOMATOES 40 Ib. Ciies RIPE TOMATOES. 20 Ib. cases ITALIAN PRUNES. Heavy hold 20 IBs. Mtt more. Per BARTLETT PEARS. Per caie J2.40 GRAVENSTEIN APPLES. No. Is. Per MM WEALTHY 4 JEFFRIES APPLES. Unwrapped Urge crates, Per crate 52.33 (SPECIAL PRICES ON' QUANTITIES OF TEN C- HIGHCLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 525 T PICTURES FREE! WITH EACH CAKE OF WOODBURY'S FACIAL SOAP WE WILL GIVE FREE A PICTURE, INCHES, SUITABLE FOR FRAMING. COME EARLY AND MAKE SURE OF YOURS. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone Drussists and Stationers Next Oa'la. Make'ibe MOST rf tie Prices by tttsip- Year Grain SMITH-MURPHY CO. You Trill reaUie every in it for you. and set jour re- turnc promptly. '_ WRITE OR PHONE Office'Phone 1313 Residence Phone 1484 N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLOC. STRONG ft BOWLER GRAIN and Calgary Edmonto Our 'entire organization is at jour service and with our exper- ience can salely guarantee to set you tie beat pricw for yuur KTain'tt anQr time and for any sradV or kind of grain. Pherte M-UZ2 talgiryl For Office Lethbridge Quota- 1811 I tiorw. See Our Agents. who art'ta your district. J. A. GUMMING Ltthbridfle Manager 'ake Offensive, Occupy Some German Positions and In- Bid Casualties Petrograrf, Sept. forces on the Riga front, {n-the reslon south of the Pakoff high road, yesterday tooV-'. offen-. slve and after a fierce' rtruBjle occupied the German positrons In the sector of Silzema, the lan war office announced ieday. The Germans sustained severe losses and left 400 corpses on the battlefield. The Russians took sixty prisoners and ten machine guns. The text of the statement reads: "Northern front: In the Riga region, south of the Pskoff high road, our detachments initiating an attack occupied after a fierce struggle, the enemy in the sector of Silwme, one mile northeast of Spilalitimerman. The enemy losses were severe and on the battlefield, we found more than 400 corpses: We cap- tured sixty prisoners and ten machine The brilliant General Sokolov in the head by a shrapnel splinter." SERVICE IS OUR WATCHWORD TO GRAIN PRODUCERS THERE IS A DIFFERENCE IN OUR SERVICE it includes skillerf which a premium over grade prrccs; complete knowledge of market conditibnt; an Intimate knowledge of the needs of all producers; trained force thai you advised; liberal.advances and prompt returhr .Ship ui your next car and let prove Mlkited. Pike Grain Company, Ltd. LICENSED AND BONDED Lethbridge CalfarX Edmonton A. E. REESOR, Manager, Phone IK, 1M2 Mark Your Bills of Lading "Sample Trading" In the contract of wheat It will .do no harm and In all ether grttdec and grains It may decidedly to your advantage. With it both Fort William, wejMin five excel lent service, whethcr'seEling on sample or on grade. JAMES RICHARDSON SONS, LIMITED Sherlock Bldg. W. J. Lloyd, Kgr. Lrthbrldge Branch Phone 777 W. H. Randall, Acet. FREE Each Cake of WOOPIJVKY'S FACIAL SOAP at 25c a Cuke, j A Beautiful Picture WELL WORTHY OF A FRAME SEE THESE IN OUR WINDOW AND DON'T FORGET THF- DOLL GUESSING CONTEST IS STILL GOING STRONGL Ike Red Cross Drag Co., Lwtei PHON't Mt. Winnipes, Sept 10 o'clock there from the] jouth ing to the strike of G. X. .W. operators.'Tlili-hid the elfect ol mak- ing market slow tq the point of inaction. Winnipeg'oats1 closed to. iEher from Saturday's closing quota-. lions. Barley was dowttVlc and flax He lower to ijc higher ffom.the pre'v- closing figures. Winnipeg cash wheat 'ioEfed along ithoat feature. The wheat eiport company nought steadily and were on tie market lor all 'g-adts. Winnipeg Market Open '66 Close 67 66 Vi -124H 325K ff'.t 1 24'i 326 324 I 319 1ITY AND DISTRICT Fair Board Meeting. Citizens arc ursetl lo keep in mlr.d he public meeliiiB of the oard In the Board o( Trade rooms omorrow -evening at S o'clock, to llscuss exhibition, natters. Confer Degree. Viaduct Lodge No. 53. l.O.O.R wll' 'outer the iliinl deerce. Tuesday ey- inlug. Sept. 25lh. All brothers are etiuested to be present Brother, of Lethbridge Man. Ottawa itapers report the Lcra of J. K. brother of I Richard Cralib. of Lctlibrldge. He had been a resident of Ottawa since coining wlUi tits parents from laniT years ago. Jennie Had Booze; Fined Jennie Boyd KOI ufT a nlglit train uere last night in a slightly inebriated condition and in her grip she had some, more of the game. She was fined and costs in A. P. P. court. John Hall and John Calgan were found drinking at the Arlington hotel. They pleaded guilty and fined fls and costs each. We ire in the now, as always, for BALED HAY AND POTATOES. Lit ui kr.ovr jrsy will-be ready to.ttilp. FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED Hare Us losttli YMF Finuce NOW So U will to use needed. are prepared to pat in tvew flues, air LoiMj or to build an entire furn act if We hare ample fMllUIes aivl pklll. Yon can depend upon our work et-ery time and you'll flrri upon Inrmfry that our charjM vie p.lwtys ex- The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIOOE, ALBERTA Superior Supply Co. 2nd 8. Wrwt MININQ, BUILDING 4 RAILWAY A EQUIPMENT TUDHOPi' ANDEflWN AND 1MERSON FARM FORD TRACTOR ATTACH UCOIE1 DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINDER ENGIIIEI PHONE TAKE A LINE CAR ...114 ...114 329 Oati Oct...... Nov..... Mar Oct..... Oct....... Nov............. 32314 Dec....... 319 Winnipeg Prieti: Wheat- No. 1 No. 2 Nor...21S iNo. 3 Nor...215 No. Nor...210 Xo. 6 Nor... 193 No. S Xor...1S3 Feed........-.............US 5 C. 3 C. I Eitra 1 Feed................., 6614 No. 1 N'o. 2 Feed 65% No. 3 ......12< No. 4 Rejected........... Feed............... No. 1 N. W. C.......... No. 2 C. W.................. 323 No. 3 C. W................... 312 Chicago Chicago. Sept. cash nom- inal. Corn No. 2 yellow, Z03 to No. 4 yellow. 202. NO. 3 white. lo M; standard M'A to 6H4. Minneapolis Close Minneapolis, Sept. No. 3, yellow. 1S3 lo 195. 3 white, HS% to Flour, fancy palenta 1150; first clears. 1050; second clears, 550. Hr4n 3050 lo 3200. Winnipeg Receipts Winnipeg, Kept. loday were 2.COI) cattle and 3.13 hogs. The cattle market Is steady and active on grades of stuff, with prlcea steady to firm at last week's close. HCJRR sold weak at M7.25. Sixteen cars are hilled lo arrive from eastern points. SEieep and lamh arc steady. Corn Bulges Chicago, Sept. predic tions ol unfavorable weather led to a bulge In corn prices today. The market was also hulllshly atfectert by. reports that crop damage ol late Appeared to hare been more seriou? than the trade as.a rule had believed. Offerings were much lighter lhan usual. Opening prices, which ranged from