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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta The Sweetest PRAIRIE FLOUR- Is TA YLORMADE EXCEPTIONAL VALUES IN APPLES No 1's B C. several other kinds. These are really the. finest apples packed any- where. Your choice, per case No. 1 Mclntosh Reds. Nothing finer for eating at this time of the year. Per case Economy crates Mclntosh Reds. Unwrapped but otherwise 0. K. Price per crate No 2 Jonathans. These are very fine apples. If the boxes were not stamped No. 2 you would not know the difference between these and A No. 1. Prices per No 3. Dandy cookers and some very good eating. Unwrapped and not all Just the same size but otherwise Just as gooa as any. Several kinua, including Jonathans. Per case THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES MARKETS RUBBER SPONGES -j While They Last, 50c Rubber Sponges for 24c. Here's your chance to get a fine duality rubber spouse at a ver low price Come early. They will not last long. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 14 Would von rare in give us thai trial order lotlay. .I'rit-os arc right and quality guarau- teed.' TICKNER CO. 204 THIRTEENTH ST. S. PHONE 364 Winnipeg, Nov. first market of the new month closed down on all i futures November was off 4Uc. De- cember and May Fluctua-, tions were fairly wide.-ranging from j SUc to 4c. Oats were lower for both'December and May. December j barley dropped six cents lower. Flax 'i 10 I'.ie lower. Minneapolis' closed li cents down for December. Gel idown'for May and -i'.ic for July. Flue-, :'.nations were to li'.ir. The bears j suninioned up Tourase to press the i short siile. helped by weakness in the i United Stales markets. There was no i feature in tlie news, but the trade was full of expected weakness. After that ijl was only halt hearted with the U. i S markets relatively 3c weaker than tlie Winnipeg market. The volume of trade was light. Some wheat was I picked up by good buyers on the jcliue. but there was little excitement I In tilt! local pit. In the cash market wheat was in poor demand except No. i 1 Northern, a little of which was taken by the exporters. Oats were dull, bar- ley very poor, with flax slow. WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat- No 1 No. '2 No. 3 Nor... 174VI No. -i Nor... 1641, No T, Northern eell '.No. 2 C.W... 5S NO. 3 C.W... i Extra 1 Feed ;No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed a" Barley not quoted. Flax- No. 1 N. W. C............... No. '2 C. W................. Fresh Emulsion Easy To Take Freshness is an essential quality of a good emulsion. A fresh emulsion is palatable and acceptable to the stomach. Our Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is always fresh. It is an excellent remedy for chronic coughs, bronchial troubles and incipient tuberculosis. Pi-ire and a bottle. Ike Red Cross Drug Baok Cp., Limited PHONE 555, In order to swell the totnl of Hie Sailors' Ileliel" Fund which is hoinj; raised here, on Kriiluy uml SiUimUiy this week, all stores, banks, hotels aim res- taurants will tie asked to soli- cit fivfi cents on each purchase. deposit cr meal, the proceeds to to the fund. For each five ceil I contribution a sou- venir label will be given. This will be an excellent opportun- ity to help the widows nnd or- phans of" the men who fell while guarding the Empire's shores and trade-routes. The individual donations are small but Hie amount should be very considerable. Tliis is another chance to "do your bit." CITY AHfD For Patriotic Fund The lion. Treas. It. J. Ritchie Pat- erson acknowledges the receipt of S25.IH1 from Mr. Peter Lund. Col. Stewart Feeling Fine Another cable received today from Lieut.-Col. Stewart by his relatives here says. "Feeling fine." It was dat- ed Nov. 1, and came from France. AUTOMOBILE LIVERY Open or Closed Car Rates to Any Part of City One Person 50c 3 persons S1.00 Country Trips, 15c per mile H. King Phone 693 THE WOMEN'S COMFORT ROOMS Room 1 Hull Block. Phone 1710 Shampooing and Hair Dress- ing, Massaging and Manicuring. Hair work of all kinds. Child- ren's hair bobbins. OU YOU BURN GOAL? The Grace Coal Mine to now prepared to of all orderi. PHONE 125O The quality It the belt. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS THE DAUGHTERS AND MAIDS OF ENGLAND ARE HOLDING A SALE of WORK On Saturday Next November 4th at the Standard Furniture Co.'s old staml, 4tli Avenue South. There will be home made cook- ing, plain and fancy goods. Tea and ice cream will be served. The proceeds will be given to the Patriotic Fund. Sale Commences at 2.30. FUTURES Winnipeg Nnv............ 1S5K Dec............. May............ 182% May [Dec........-.. May............ 253 Dec............. May............ 190'U Dec............. May............ 186 VI 182V 181% BORN TUESDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES native beef, 56.60. to western steers, to hogs, selects. to S10.20; sheep to butcher to choice, hogs, selects, to, sbeep to J9.50. I Thermogene The English cimi- tivo wadding foe coughs, rliL'iimr ut is in. neuralgia, bronchitis, sciatica, etc.. etc. etc. 5Oc Corporal and -Mrs. H. W. B. Maisey, 711 th St. S. A., on Oct. Slat, 1916, a son. Announcement The Big Sisters' class of Knox church will bold a pantry sale In the Knox church schoolroom on Saturday after- noon at 3 'clck. Afternoon tea will be served. Announcement Professor Janot will be in attend ance at the sale of work on Satur- day being held by the Daughters and Maids pf England. Anyone wishing to donate articles for the sale are asked to phone 521 and they will b called for. LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Track pricet Waoon Wheat .....167% Wheat ..'...162 Oats 49% Oats 47 Flax .......232V4 Flax .......222 Barley 88 Barley .....87 LIVESTOCK PSICES Choice steers, to fat cowa 5'A to Select hogs, 150 to 200 Choice killing ewes, 7c. A PACKAGE J. D. Higinbotham Co. "Alberta's Pioneer The Wholesale and retail TELEPHONE NO. 322 Board of Trade Luncheon The Board of Trade council lunch- eon will be held tomorrow at 12.110 in the Chinook club. Hon. Rupert Guinness will lie the guest ol honor. Merchants Bank at Noble Nobleford now boasts a hank. A branch of the .Merchants was opened yesterday by .11. A. Kilpatrick as man. ager. .Mr. Kilpatrick was formerly ac- countant of the local branch of tlie same bank. JOHN GILMORgg QUAKER BREAD QUAKER BREAD IS KNEAD- ED BY A MACHINE. IT IS VERYslMPARTIAL, IT TREATS THEM ALL ALIKE, THE LAST ONE GETS THE SAME TREAT- MENT AS THE FIRST ONE IN THE NIGHTS WORK. THIS HELPS TO MAKE QUAKER BREAD REGULAR. Goes to Oil Fields O. 0. Devenish arrived in the city last night and went out to Foremost this morning with a party of drilling experts to inspect the United Oil well at that point. Transferred Here Sergt. McLaughlia of the .Mounted Police, who has been stationed at Dawson for some time, has been transferred to this post, and will take the ylace of Detective Sergt. Ileanies who'goea to Regina. Back From Moose Jaw- Superintendent Ootterell of the C. P.R., returned yesterday from .Moose Jaw, where heSitteuded a meeting of all western general and divisional su- perintendents with D. C. Coleman, as- sistant general manager of western lines of the company. SEAMLESS, WATERPROOF, SANITARY Average 30 Bushels AM Round P. E. Brtker, a, well known farmer of country anil mem- ber of the council of Burlington muni- cipality, siient yesterday in the city. The crops through that district are Yielding well, and the average is like- ly to be 30 bushels to the acre, good, bad and indifferent. He looks for- ward to much improvement on the farms on account of this year's very i profitable crop. DRAYING OF ALL KINDS COAL C, O. D PHONE 1345 Turner Witcliell Office at Kennedy's 410 13th St. FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Geo. R. CD., PHONE 10S7 CAR STAFFORD BLOCK (PYNAMITE IN OTTAWA Ottawa, Oct. Enugh dynamite to blow up half of the suburb of New Edinburgh was discovered today in an empty house in the German section. the previous occupant of which had I been a man of German birtli and lean- Ings. A thorougli investigation haa been orileretl. Get a JFai'iis of Your Own TAKE 20 TO PAY The land will support you and pay for itself. An immense area of the most fertile land In Western Canada for sale at low prices and easy terms ranging from ?11 to 430 for farm land; with ample irrigated lands from 535. One-twentieth down, balance -within twenty years. In irri- gation districts loan for farm build- ings, etc., up to also repayable in- twenty interest only 6 per cent. Privilege of paying in full at-any time. Here is your opportunity to In- crease your farm holdings by getting adjoining land, or secure your friends as neighbors. For Literature and par- ticulars apply to. Allan Cameron, Gen'l Supt. of Landt, OftV. 36, Dipt, of Nituril Reiourcei, C.P.R., CJljary, Alti. WILSON 4 SKEITH, Local Agenta. Sherlock Building. After drinking three Imperial Quarts of the friend of the peo- ple in a dry country, Fred Olson, got KO tangled up with himself that he ran foul of the police and spent Tuesday night in the cells. A search of Olson's room brought to light three empty j bottles of the stuff. "Wincarnis" had quite a run for awhile in Calgary, un- til the police took steps to put a ban on it for other than medicinal nur-, poses for which it is Intended. It is said to be 2fi per cent, alcohol, and judging by Olson's antics in the cells it must have been that amount at least. He appeared this morning he- fore Magistrals Blton and contritely pleaded..guilty, and paid three and costs. During the month just closed there Were ten cases .In police-court, of which one forger furnished two. One liquor case and-one drunk all pertaining to booze. CREAM WANTED HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR NO. 1 CREAM, AND CHECK SENT FOR EACH SHIPMENT BY RETURN MAIL MILK AND DELIVERED CREAM DAILY. BABIES' MILK supplic'i from individual cows ths t have passed the test by the govern- ment veterinarian. EDGEHILL DAIRY Phone 1524 801 7th St. S. LIE FLAT WITHOUT FASTENING. WE HAVE THEM IN STOCK 9ft. 9 ft. by 12ft. Hayr Hardware Co. Phone 575 P.O. Box 275 GEISDIO. London, Oct. 28-Klns George appointed Lieut. Col. John Ford Elk- Ijieut. vjui. companion of the Distm iiigton, guished Service Order. Lieut. Col. Elklngton is known as "the man who came He was dismissed by a court martial from the British army after serving nearly thirty years, just as his regiment was coin- into action in Franco in the. latter part of 1914. He had been member of the Warwickshire.! and, had won the Queen Victoria medal foi ,-alor in South Africa. On being dismissed, Col. Elkingtou Victoria, B. C.-It does not comeisought French foreign ithin 'be exjMriejice o_f many men to Germans on the French! automobile, but that was what W. 11. Recently ho returned to "Mi ST of for the Soldiers When sending your Xmas pack- age see that a Xmas Greeting Card is sent. They like to be re- membered as of old. A large stock to select from. Robertson's Book Store 8 5th St. S.'Old Bentley Block. Phone 1266. was bowling along at about 25 miles an hour, and the hear well ahead. To say that Hie party in Iho car were excited would be rattier loo mild. The bear was running fast but the rcir gained steadily, nud an it came close to tho racing bruin the people in the i car held their breath. Then came the mid as the car struck the bear, throw- him off tlie road with such force f l-'rench army. mid as the car struck the bear, tnrow- tioncn lureisn h K him off the road with such force Hlklngton still limps huilly a i that it was an easy thing for a couple result of a knee woulii., but Im I of men .lo return' shortly afterwards soon to return to active service Col. Hlkington recently was rcceiv. cd in audience by the king at Wind- sor castle, and Ills majesty evinced a deep interest in tlie history of the of- ficer's case and tils experience in the French foreign legion. Hlkillgton still limps hmlly as the hopes and finish him off. Mr. I.ewlhwaite gets I he hide for a rug and to remind hitn of the rare. U-53 RETURNS SAFELY Berlin, via London; Nov. German submarine has returned nafely to a German port, according to Y. official announcement: AT THE EMPRESS TOMORROW "THE SHOOTINQ-OF DAN McGREW." 0. A. drier, president of the lumber (inn of C. A. drier ft Sons and also president of the Dominion Glass com. pally and of the St. Lawrence Klonr .Mills company, and a director of the Uomillion Textile company, died at Montreal. i NEW BANK INSPECTOR Vancouver. Oct. Vibert, manager of the Union Bank or Canada, has been promoted to tlie position of inspector of western branches of tlie I bank, with lif-adquarters at Winnipeg. .1. C. Ocddes, of Toronto, will succeed him here. Mr. Vibert was iU one time manager of the Union Bank here. Wheat Lands For Sale The wheat landt and ranch in Southern Alberta. Elgh miles from elevators. In lownnhlp 11, ranges 13 and 19, of Merldiin. Buy from the estate. No middleman need apply. For prices and terms apply. J. D. Fuller TABER Or at the Camoron Ranch. ;