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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best Hotel in Alberta The Sweetest h TAYLOR-MADE RUBBER SPONGES While They Last, sOc Rubber Sponges .for. 24c. Here's vour chance to get :i line duality rubber spouse at a very low price. i'ome early. They will mil last long...... THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. .____ oUnMC 14R7. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 14S7. YOUR TRADti AND WILL DO OUR APPLES. Good cookers and some rainy lu' ca'.ino. No. 3's. Price per case NO 2 JONATHANS. WAGNERS. ETC. surely a good quality and good value. Per case Sl.'a No 1. GREENING, CRANBERRY PIPPIN, ETC Quality exceptional. All B. C. grown. Case MclNTOSH REDS. Economy crates. ?2.00 MclNTOSH REDS. No. Vs. The very fincsl eating. Per case (All These Are Good Values.) ______ RIPE TOMATOES. Hot house grown. Per Ib. 20c LETTUCE. Hot house grown. Per Ib.........10o EMPEROR GRAPES. Come packed in cork. Firm and very tasty. Per pound .................20c GREEN PEPPERS. Per pound QUINCE. 2 pounds for HUBBARD SQUASH, PIE PUMPKIN AND CIT- RON. Per pound.................. CRANBERRIES. Per pound SWEET POTATOES. pounds for SPANISH ONIONS. pounds for.......... HORSE RADISH. The home made. Very strong. Pint sealers. Each 45c UTMOST TO PLEASE YOU. ovsTERS. The Sealshipt I'.ind. Solid 'meats. Quarts............................ Pints 45c MINCE MEAT. In bulk. Empress. Very fine qual- ity. 2 pounds for..........................35c STRAINED HONEY. Ontario Pure Clover. Pint sealers. Each Five pound pails COMB HONEY. Each 2Sc RIPE OLIVES. Small tins 45c Medium Tins................-...... QUEEN OLIVES. In bulk. Per pint----- PEANUT BUTTER, in bulk. Per pound PEANUT BUTTER. 1 Ib. tins, each DILL PICKLES. Quart sealers........ Gallon Jars 65c 25c 25c 30c Three gal llo p .....5c 15c 25c PRESERVED PEARS. Tea Garden. Very pecial. Per bottle 35c CHILI SAUCE. Royal or Snider's. Very special. Per 15c FINEST FRESH CHURNED CREAMERY BUT- TER. Cloverhill Brand. 2 pounds for......95c PURE JAMS. Extra quality K. C. Brand. Four pound enamel lined tins. Price per iin, 85c THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES MARKETS APPLE SPECIALS have sonic more of those per case. Also a at including Spies. King's. Cox's Oranges and TICKNER 204 THIRTEENTH ST. S.. AUTO MOBILE LIVERY Open or Closed Car Rates tc Any Part of City One Person 3 persons Country Trips, 15c pei 50c 51.00 mile THE WOMEN'S COMFORT ROOMS Room 1 Hull Block. Phone 1710 Shampooing and Hair Dress- ing, Massaging and Manicuring. Hair work of kinds. Child- ren's hair bobbing. ARE HOLDING A SALE of WORK On Saturday Next November 4th at the Standard Furniture old stand, -1th Avenue South. There will be home made cook- ing, plain and fancy goods. Tea and ice cream will be served. 5TC ,of proceeds will be given to the Sailors' Relief Fund and the remainder to the Patriotic Fund. Safe Commences at 2.30. Winnipeg. Nov. local wheat market closed 4'.fee up for November. advance for December and 3Tsc j better for May. Oats gained i'-jc in; December and in .May. Barley! was IV'C better. Flax dropped 2e in j November, in December and in May. Minneapolis wheat gained j ijc in December. 4Tie in May and 3C, u July. The market was extremely i active today and had exceptionally I wide ranges. The volume of trade was bigger than usual, though the, market was light. The early break and good rally created a good volume, j On the break a lot of wheat was bought in by the government agents. 1 and when the crowd began to cover, their shorts they found this wheat off j the market and buying orders liardj to fill. Outside news favored thej hears in the morning market, but later swung to the bull side. The fash demand was a shade better for numbers one and two with number three on an option basis. The lower frrades are widening out in spite of the few offers. Oats were in good de- mand with premiums Vic better. Bar- ley was fair after the big drop yes- terday Flax was indifferent. "WINNIPEG CASH PRICES No. 1 Nor...lS7U No. 2 Nor.. .183% GOLD FISH Just Arrived have just ivoeivrd :i shipment of Uoltl Fish. FisliFuoil. Wat- er Plant, etc. THE SAILORS' RELIEF FUND Small Fish, 15c, 2 for Medium Fish, 25c and Large Fish, 40c and 25c 35c 50c Fan Tail Fish, SOc, 65c and 75c Tke Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited PHONE" 555. Tomorrow anil SaUinlay. the stores, hotels and rfts- uuirants of Uie city are being asked to aid in swelling the Sailors' Relief Fund by col- lecting from each ptirchasor of an article, each depositor, and with each meaJ. an additional five cents which is to go to the fund. This is a novel method which lias never been cried here before, but the interest in the fund is such that the local branch in charge believes the people of the city will {jive their hearty co-operation to make the plan a success. With each five cent contribution a small tag will be issued as a .souvenir. The business houses of the city are entering heart- ily inio the campaign. JOHN GILMORE'S BREAD A THERMOMETER IS A VERY IMPORTANT INSTRU- MENT IN MAKING QUAKER BREAD. IT TELLS US THE EXACT HEAT OF THE FLOUH AND WATER. BY ITS THE DOUGH IS GIVEN JUST THE RIGHT AMOUNT OF TIME TO SUIT THE TEMPER- ATURE. THE RESULT IS QUAKER BREAD IS REGU- LAR. SEAMLESS, WATElU'EOOr, SANITARY CITY AND DISTRICT Elks Meet Tonight I B. P. O. Elks will meet tonifiht in their club rooms in the Alberta block. It is especially important that all can- didates present, themselves tonight 1'or initiation. No. 4 No. G Nor.. .1361- j OD YOU m COAL? The Grace Coal Mine Is now prepared to Cake care of all orders. PHONE 12SO The quality is the best Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS DRAYING OF ALL KINDS COAL C. 0. D PHONE 1345 Turner Office at Kennedy's 410 13th St. FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Gco. B. Dixon Co., PHONE 10S7 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK 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 118 5th St. S. Old Benlley Block. Phone 1265. 3 Nor...l7S% No. 5 Nor... 155 Feed Oats- No. 2 C.W... 59Vi No. 3 C.TV. Extra 1 Feed I peed 5SM: 2 Feed Xo. 2 ......104 No. 4 j Kejecied and Feed 1 Flax- No. 1 N. W. C............... No. 2 C. W. FUTURES Winnipeg Nov............. I" Dec............. 177 May Dec............. S7'9 May............ 60 V4 Flax- Dec............. 245H May 250 Dec..............183V4 May............ 182V4 24714 244% 186% 182 184% 61% 249% 191% 185% ISO A SOLDIER'S LOUSE Gott strafe ye, 'little kittlm lieast, Ye mnyfce think ye'll make a feast O' me; hut no, ye'll get a "hail When next ye try to promenade Across ma kist. The mixture in the bottle here Is bound tae mak'.ye disappear. Nae mair I'll need tae mak yn click; Ain dose, they say, will dae the trick. As share as death. "To a Spjer's Louse." Higinbothain's WEDNESDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES native beef, to western steers. 56.45 to 159.50; hogs, ?9.35 to ?10.25; sheep ?7.35 to butcher to choice. to hogs, selects, to sheep ?7.5i> to LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Wheat Lands For Sale The flneit wheat land! and ranch land! in Southern Alberta. Elgh mil" from elevitort. In township 11, rsi-Otp 18 and U. well of 4lh Mlrldlan. Buy direct from the ejtuto. No middlemen need apply. For prices and terms apply. J. D. Fuller TABER Or lit the Cameron Ranch. Track prices Prices i Wheat .....171% Wheat .....165 51 Oats 'Flax .......23H4 Flax .......222 90 Barley 7S LIVESTOCK Pf.lCFS Choice steers, to fiVl; fat cows 5-i to Select hogs. 150 to 200 Ibs., 914 Choice killing twos, 7c. POWDER The friend of the men in the Trenches or in the Threshing tfang. Kills Head Lice, Crab Lice or Body Lice within ten minutes of application. Either (lusted on or suspended from the neck in a muslin hag. On receipt, of ?5c we will for- ward a packet by insured mail, post paid, to any hoy at the front. Enclose nurnher and regi- ment. Write plainly. Prepared exclusively by "ALBERTA'S PIONEER DRUGGISTS" Storage of Waste Paper The waste paper'that the Daughters of the Empire are collecting on Satur- day will he stored until a suf- ficient amount is collected to fill a car. It will he stored at the vacant warehouse formerly occupied by the Davidson Metal Co., on 14th street between and :irtl avenues, opposite tlie Taylor .Mills and next to a black- sin iih shop. Presentation of Jewels The Grand Master will be in attend- ance at the regular meeting of Lodge I Xo. 2 I. O. 0. F. tomorrow night in i the Oddfellows hall. The veterans' j jewels will he presented to HIUT; Fleetwood and M. L. Miller of Stiriinf who arc both members of the MeJi cine Hat lodge. The presentation will be made by Major Burnett and D.D.P.G., H. Skinner. LIE FLAT WITHOUT FASTENING. WE HAVE THEM IN STOCK 9 ft. by 10J ft. 9 ft. by 12 ft..... _ Hayr Hardware Co. Phone 575 P.O. Box 275 Should Return Books The secretary of the public school board again asks the co-operation of parents of school children, in seeing that all bocks belonging to the school libraries are returned to the schools promptly. The appeal made through those columns a short time ago has resulted In a large number of hooks being returned ami again placed in j circulation. There-lire also a number j i of cadet uniforms missing, the board i i appeals to parents to see that these I are returned, where not being used for patriotic purposes. J.D. Higinbotbam Ho. Limited. Wholesale and Retail Chemists LETHBRIDGE. ALTA. Canada. HONEST BURGLAR PAYS FOR BR.QkEN WINDOW Chicago. Oct. "honest burg- lar" broke into the of Frank I) Chase, an architect, last night, and appropriated his car. He broke a small'window in making his entrance, Before leaving he pencilled the .fol- 'lowing note which he. weighed "down ,wilh a nickel'anil five pennies on a i "Just to convince you thai some I automobile robbers are'on the square, I'm leaving herewith the cost of the I broke to get- in." Announcement Frank WaUilinslon will hold an nue- lion sah' tomorrow, rridity, of furni- ture and effects at f.-li Till street sotitii. commencing :tL SIX BIG ACTS OF PANTAGES' VAUDEVILLE ORPHEUM MONDAY NOTICE TO ODDFELLOWS Every Oddfellow ill town, whether resident or visitor, is particularly invited to meet the tlrand Master at eight o'clock lomorrow night, i-'riilay. Nov. 3rd at the rc'Btilar meeting of U-thbridp.e I.odg? No. 2. In Oilti- fellows' Hall. Presentation of Veterans' Jewels by Major Burnett, assisted by D.D.- I'.ll. llro. II. Kkinnor. MUSIC REFRESHMENTS Come and help to make a pleas- ant and profitable evening. SHORT NOTICE AUCTION SALE A Seventh Street South 3rd 2.30 O'CLOCK ,3 "instructed who is leaving.-to sell by Public Auction and without reserve an assemblage al nseflll HOUSEHOLD FUKNITUKE and EFFFCTS Including very handsome buffet, round extension dining table, set of sis dining chairs (leather All in solid oak. Une carpet square, 10x12. Seven drawer Singer Sewing Machine 111 lier- fecl order Splendid lounge, upholstered in solid leather. Oak IressS'and stand. Brass mooted .beds, sprinss und inallresseb Brass electrlo reading lamp. Urass chairs, occasional table, ranne 3 day clock. Bed room carpels- Stair c-'viirings. Quan- t iy o botks; "Medicology" Ouirt-'s complete work, in 12 vo fotfr volumes Universal Dictionary, II volumes Encyclopactl.a Un- tannica. Pictures. Kitchen utensils, etc. TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE, ACADIA BLOCK. SOME 'QUAKE Washington, Nov. I. An carth- uke Of almost two hours' duration, d nliile .severe, was disclosed today (leorgetown seismofralili records." Its centre! was fi.SOO n im Wnshinston, but no reports have h en received to indicate its exact lo- cation the mounted police and taken to Hat- tleford asylum. The woman is at death's door. Uocrksen has been beating anil ill treating his family for years, and tlie tragedy of Saturday last came as a climax. FARMER GOES INSANE Haskatoon, Oct. DoorkRcn, a farmer llvlns between Osier and Sask.. alter lunning amuck, shooting his wife, threatening to kill his children and all his pigs, has tting the throats been arrested by CONFESSED TO A MURDER Cam-Jen. X. .1., N'ov, nesro, who says his name is V.'nuil I''. Brown, arrested hen- lollay charged with siteiiling tin nulomobiio, volnnlarily folil the police. Ihey say, that he hail shot and killed William liicc. a wealthy lawyer, of Cleveland, Ohio, six years aim. No one w_as ever culcd for the murder. ;