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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS TELEPHONE 1312 CENTRAL CCMFO.TPAaLB LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Hotel in Alberta Flour Pride of Alberta and. Mother's Favorite Two Brands irilh but a single BETTER BREAD SATURDAY SPECIALS Peaches. Crawfords, Elbertas, etc. All freestones Per case Crab Apples. TransctndanU, 40 tb. boxes. Per box.................................... 52-25 Apples. VVcalthles. etc. Unwrapped, large crates. Per crat! Cucumbers, large size, each t....... 10c and Celery, 2 Ibs. (or............................25c Plums. Italian prunes and red plums, per cast 95c Green Tomatoes, -W Ib. boxes. Per Apples. No. 1 QravcnaUlhs, etc. Per case Concord Grapes, per basket 75c Green Peppers, per Ib.......................25c Pickling Onions, per Ib.................... 15c Hubbard Squash, per Ib..................... 5c Pic Pumpkin, per Ib........................ 5c Vegetable Marrow, ptr Ib........'............4a Sv.ecl Potatoes, per Ib..................... lOc Citron, per. Ib............................. 6c SEALERS. Perfect Seal half gallons. A shipment exuded tomorrow. arc very scarce. Order some if you any. HIGH-CIJASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 525 MARKETS REPRINT NOVELS We have just opened a new shipment of these comprising a large range of the leading titles of the well known writers such as Zane Grey, B. M. Bowtr. Harold Sell Wright, Gene Stratton Porter, Robt. W. Chambers, Rex Beach, Jack London, etc., etc. PRICE 85c EACH THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. FhcriB 1487 Drugjisti snci'Stationer. D.llm, H.UI Make tie MOST of the High Prices by consign- ing Your Graia to SMITH-MURPHY CO. You realize every cent in it ior you. and get your re- turns promptly. WRITE OR PHONE Office Phone 1313 Residence Phone 1484 N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. What's the Reason Grain Buyers Won t Pay Fixed Prices We are prepared to pay Gov- ernment fixed prices at all time? and for any quantities of wheat, .either in store Fort WiJIiam or on track, less the usual commis- sion and Streng Dowler J. A. Gumming, Mgr., Lethbridge October November December Close. C6% 65 125 323 323 31S Highest Prices! Prompt Returns! Liberal Advances on Bills of Lading. WE TRADE IN SAMPLE AND GRADED CHAIN and ask you to mark your Bill of Lading "SAMPLE TRADING'1 and give us a trial. 'We Check up Grading and Weights .and.Advise You Promptly, Pike Grain Company, Ltd. LICENSED AND BONDED Ltthbridge Calgary Edmonton A. E. REESOR. Manager, Phone 61E, Residence 1962 Mark Your Bills of Lading "Sample Trading" .In' the contract grades of wheat do no harm and in all other grades and grains it may be decidedly to your With branches at both Winnipeg and Fort William, we can give excellent service, whether selling on sample or on grade. JAMES KICHARDSON SONS, LIMITED 201 Sherlock Ltthbrldge Branch' Phone 777 W. J. W. 11; Randall, Acct. :Wt are in the market now, for BALED HAY AND POTATOES. Let in know when you will be ready to (hip, f ARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED Have Us Install Yrar furnace NOW So. H pll ready to .BSC when needed. We are rrepared to put In now Hues, unld air or to build an entire [urn- ace If required. We ample JaciUlies and equal still.! You can (tepctid our work every time and you'll flrrt upon Inquiry that our charsea ?re always ex- tremcljr reasonable-. i Winipcg, Sept. AYbeat Export Company were buyers of Numbers I. 2 and 3 Northern, mill- ers and shippers were In the market for No. 2 and 3 Northern, Offerings of Xo. 1 Northern were very heavy again and geeurally Hght in other grades. Prices of all straight grades were unchanged. The demand for cash osts 'of straight grades was poor, and an odd transaction being executed. Tough grades were in good No change In cash harley. Cash lias was the same as yesterday at 3c over the future for Number I N. W. Winnipeg closed to IHc lower. Has closed to 5c lower. Barley was unchanged. Winnipeg Market. Oats. -Open-- November. December....... Alay GG14 October I. 325% 317 Cash Prices, No. 1 Nor... 121 No. 2 Nor...218 Xo. 3 Nor.. .215 No. 4 Nor...208K Xo. 5 Nor...194 Xo. 6 Nor...lS5 Feed ......-..................175 No. 2 C.W... 66% No. 3 C.W... Extra No. 1 feed 63TS Xo. 1 feed.. 62'S Xo. 2 feed.. 02S No. 3 4 121 Rejected and feed 114 No. 1 N.W.C. 326 No. 2 C.W.. .320 No. 3 C.W.. .309 Chicago. Chicago, Sept. Wheat sb, nominal No. 2 yellow 3 to No.. 3 yellow, 203 to 5; No. 4 yellow nominal, pats o. 3 white, to SO; standard U to Minneapolis, Sept. No, yellow, 195 to 196. No. 3 hite, SS'.S to 5SMf. -Flour nnchang- Bran SSl.Sty lo J32.00. i New York. New York, Sept, ails dragged the entire list to, lower vels in the final hour. The closing as heavy. Cafgary Livestock. Calgary, Sept. There was a ood run of cattle at the Alberta ocfc yards this morning and. tops roughl 510.10. The bulk sold at to 3S.50 and cows; brought JS.35. here were 380 head of hogs on the larket which sold for Forty our yearling and two year old welh- rs brought a new record here? Calgary Grain. Calgary, Sept. No. 2 C. oN. 3 No. 2 feed Xo. No. 4, "I Cattle Receipts. Winnipeg, Sept. JS.-rylieeefpts lo- ay were cattle .and .445 hogs. 'attic trading was sieatly. Good jutcher stuff holding at steady prices vith the lower grades selling a little easier. Hogs were, unchanged from yesterday's market." Sheep 'and lamb irices easier. Quotations: Butcher cows, choice tu good, lo 18.50; good 45.25 o oxen, good -to-comrnpn, to 18; feeders, choice to good, IS to 59. Stockers, 'steers, choice to ood J7 (o common to med- him, 15.60 to (7. Hogs, selects to 117.25. I The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. iREAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIOOE, ALBERTA II" Superior Supply Co. 2nd Ave. S. and 13th Street MIKING, BUILDING i RAILWAY SUPPLIES A EQUIPMENT TULJHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS OAliO PLOWS SULKIES FORD TRACTOR ATTACH- 8UOOIES MENTE. DEMOCRATS AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS BINDtR ENOKJEC PHONE A BLUE LINE CAR Irritated Throats should be given immediate at- tention. The; condition should never he allowed to become chronic, and that fs just what is to happen if the irrita- tion Is not at.once removed Nyals' Throat Pnstilies will quickly soothe and restore normal conditions. They also strengthen the vocal organs. Es- pecially good for singers and speakers. Keep a box on you'll need them during the changeable weather. Handy to to take. Price 25c Tlu Red Cross One o. Lnitei PHONE (W. Private Funeral. The funeral or Mary Gamble will lake place afternoon, Sept. 29th at o'clock from tho residence ol her-Bon-in-law, E. C. Hazel, 1008 Cth Are. S., and will he private. Mdtora. FINE GROCERIES olMita tot retail NO. ta Limited Mill Order, olven Attention, that fill the bill and help u> fill the liil, ALL NO "c'flEAPJ You .tan go fVrtfter and pay more'- E. L Jarvis M7 STH ST. CITY AND DISTRICT Trades Council. The regular meeting of LcthbrEdge Trades and Labor Council wlH bo bcld MouOay evening next at S v A full attendance is requested. Live Stock Sales. Tlie P. Durns Company, Lcthbrldga bought tlie Crest and Colpman weth- ers, they were loaded at Cowley; Tho same company bought 11. and N. Me- Kenzle's fat wethers. Returns From Trip. C. Marlnaro lias returned from a trip-to-New New Mexico and Intervening points, Mr. Marinaro-has decided, to live in Leth- brldge. To Reside In LethbrTdge. Vulcan Advocate Vulcan will shortly te the poorer by the going away ol Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Nelson, who arc IcavJiis early next month for i Lcthbridge, where "they will reside, Dr. Nelson having iuade arrauge- j meats lo carry o'u Ills dental .profea- Ion in that Dr. Xelsoh, hoo- ver, vflll make a two-day visit lo ruTcan every week, anil will have hts fflce at Dr. Knowles' surgery In the .dyocate building. During their esideuce in this town Ur. and Mrs. on liave exhibited a keen Interest u tho advtincement ot Vulcan. Jlrs. selson has also done a wonderful amount of ivork lor the Red Cross ociely, of which she was president. T READY TO HELP. i Vaucouvcr, Sept. is ready to provide.every penny needed for the work of'the Yi M- C. 'A. for" tlie Australian troops, declares Har- ry A. Wheeler, national secretary tor the Y. M CV A. In Auelrall.1, who, with J, H. Lang, national {jenfcral see- rclary, and James Allan, chairman of Hie London execnlive, arc iii tho city. Australia has already raised lor war throuh tho Y..M.C.A-, he says and 1-iO secrelarica arc engaged In caring for the sold- iers. In. normal limes Hie Transvaal mines are the largest.consumers of. explos- ives in the world. Four differently colored sectors on Its a now ahlomohtle speed ometer easily read. Initial Stationery The use of initial stationery not an expansive habit. i As a matter of fact, niany'of our" patrons have found to their satisfaction that' they could use this stationery with distinctive Individuality that- would cost them no more they would pay for stationary without the initial. We are featuring a package exceptionally good quality fita- tionery, 24 sheets of paper and 24 envelopes to the box, each sheet beautifully engraved in the upper left hand corner with j a fang narrow initial in blue and gold. A SPECIAL AT 40c J. D. ANNOUNCEMENTS A dance will be held in the. K. of P. hall Saturday, Sept- 29. Every- y jwolcome. Good orchestra In attendance, dents 75 cents. Ladies Daughters and ilaids of England are holding a whist drive and dance in tfie'S.O.E. hall on Tuesday, Oct. 2nd; the proceeds to buy tobacco for the Lcthbrldge boys at the front. Gents 50 cents, ladies 25c. Hiss Arnold will play tor the dancing. 244-4 Painstaking Work BY MEN.WHO KNOW HOW AT THIS BARBER SHOP. WESTBROOK BROS. THE SANITARY SHOf On 6th Street S.........Off 3rd Ave. Opposite Bank of Montreal. {Formerly Barbers for W. A. Ott.) Mason Risch MdrolM, Vkior KKfrlm, VHk Ihi, and Mutlcal HAY WAN-TED A few carloads at good hay" for prompt shipment. Advise ouaitr anrt quantity dellrery can be made, SAUNDERS HAY t.ORAIN CO, 1221 Second Ave, 8. GLASS BIG STOCK. ALL SIZES. GET OUR PRICES. Sash Door Factory WE HAVE SOME VERY FINE QUALITY, FRESH KILLED, FOR TOMORROW. Deianys Meat Co. Phone 452 WHERE TO GO FOK Roofing, 'Tinsmithing, Farnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. Of fS- ONDfciRVTOpP TYPEWRITERS, F. E. CHECK WRITER, CHICAGO PENCIL SHARPENER, OFFICE FURNITURE, OVERHAULED, CLEANED AND REPAIRED. EVERYTHING FOR" THE OFFICE Everall Franks Sinnott Bjock, Corner 4th Ave. and SIh St. Shampooing, Comb- ings made up, racial Massage, Electrolysis ETC., ETC., ETC. Phone 1710 Hall Block .i' Room 1 Fte. Oolslra of Kernlfi, ap- pears In today's Ilili as being jas the front. fVlQVING -We Vake a Specialty of Movlnj Furniture and Pianos. covered vans In the cfty. Furniture stored. PHONES: Coal Storage 1097 House....... 1089 The McLean Transfer COAL FOR 'SALE By Carload OOWSLEYjI.AND AQENCY PHONE 1809 In Coal Ranges we have Fifteen Styles ranging In prtce'from H2.00 lo i Ir, Gas Stoves and Ranges we are showing Twelve Styles ranging in price, from to In Oii Heaters we have Twelve Styles ranging In price from (o i WIl. IIAVE IIECEN-TJA' RECEIVED 'SEV- ERAL SHIPMENTS OF KITCHEN GOODS. Alum in urn Ware, are fthowEno some particularly aitriitllve vaTus-i, our 4t6tk, compart prices. Von will not be urged to buy. CONSUMERS' HARDWARE CO. ;