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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta The Sweetest _ Is RUBBER SPONGES While They Last, 50c Rubber Sponges for 24c. r spouse at Here's your chance to get a fine quality rub low price" Come early. They will not last Ion THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. PLENTY OF GOOD THINGS TO EAT AT GOOD'S -SOME SPECIALS THIS WEEK-END c-OGKED WITH THE FINEST THE LAND AFFORDS. PRICES ARE ALWAYS AS LOW AS MARKET AFFORDS. WE HAVE AN EXCtH I IUMAi-LY GOOD SUPPLY IN NOW. WE APPRECIATE YOUR TRADt ANo'wlLL DO OUR UTMOST TO PLEASE YOU. APPLES. Coed cookers and come fairly goou for eating. No. o's. Price per No. 2 JONATHANS, WAGNERS. ETC. Surely n good quality and good value. Per case-----S1.7S No 1 GREENING, CRANBERRY PIPPIN, ETC. Quality exceptional. All 6. C. grown. Case S1.90 MclNTOSH REDS. Economy crates. Crate S2.00 MclNTOSH REDS. No. Vs. The very finest for eating. Per case (All These Are Good Values.) RIPE TOMATOES. Hot house grown. Per Ib. 20c LETTUCE. Hot house grown. Per Ib.........40c EMPEROR GRAPES. Come packed in cork. Firm and very tasty. Per pound .................20c GREEN PEPPERS. Per pound QUINCE. 2 pounds for 2yc HUBBARD SQUASH, PIE PUMPKIN AND CIT- RON. Per CRANBERRIES. Per pound SWEET POTATOES. pounds for 25c SPANISH ONIONS. 3'-2 pounds for..........25c HORSE RADISH. The home made. Very strong Pint sealers. Each FRESH OYSTERS. The Scalshipt kind. Solid meats. Quarts............................ Pints 45c MINCE IV1EAT. In bulk. Empress. Very fine lilirti- ity. 2 pounds for..........................35c STRAINED HONEY. Ontario Pure Clover. Pint sealers. Each Five pound pails COMB HONEY. Each 25c RIPE OLIVES. Small tins................. 45c Medium Tins.............................65c QUEEN OLIVES. In bulk. Per pint ..........25c PEANUT BUTTER. In bulk. Per pound .....30c DILL PICKLES. Quart sealers............. 40c Gallon jars..............................S1.15 Thrzs gallon pails...................... PRESERVED PEARS. Tea Garden. Very pecial. Per bottle 35c CHILI SAUCE. Royal or Snider's. Very special. per bottis 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 tin, fiOc, 85c HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES FOR THE WEEK END AT TICKNER CO. FRESH LETTUCE Per pound TOMATOES. Hot house Pound CALIFORNIA GRAPES Pound APPLE BUTTER Two tins CREAMERY BUTTER Par psund 35c 18c 20c 35c 45c PEAMEAL BACON Sliced, per pound SUNKIST ORANGES 30, 35 and EATING APPLcS Six pounds for TOMATO CATSUP Bottles. 20c and H. P. SAUCE Bottle LIVERY Open or Closed Csr Rates to Any Part of City One Person.............. 50c 3 persons 51.00 Country Trips. 15c per mile IT. King Phone 603 THE WOMEN'S COMFORT ROOMS Room 1 Hull Block. Phone 1710 Shampooing ami Hair. Dress- ing, and Manicuring. Hair work ol kinds. Child- ren's hair bobbing. SALE of WORK On Saturday Next November 4tli the Standard Furniture Co.'s old stainl, -till Avenue South. There will be home made cook- ing, plain and fancy goods. Tea snd ice cream will be 5% of proceeds will be given to the Sailors' Relief Fund and the rnmainrie-r to the Patriotic Fund. Saie Commences at 2.20. The Grace Coal Mine Is now prepared to take cara of all orders. PHONE 125O The. quality is the belt. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TOM LOADS DRAYING OF ALL KINDS COAL C. O. D PHONE 1345 Turner Witchell Office at Kennedy's 13th St. NOTICE TO ODDFELLOWS Every Oddfellow in town, whether resident or visitor, is particularly invited to meet the Grand Master at eight o'clock tomorrow night. Friday. Nov. 3rd at the regular meeting of Lethbridge Lodge Xo. 2. In Odd- fellows' Hall. Presentation of Veterans' .Jewels by Bro. Major W. B. Burnett, assisted by D.D.- P.G. Ero. H. Skinner. Winnipeg. Nov. wheat closed IV-c higher for November, He1 i hleher for December and Vic up for i May. Oat? were up So for December i and unchanged for May. Barley was unchanged. Flax gained Uc in Xo-1 vember. 2c in December and I Sic inj May. Minneapolis wheat closed un-; cha'nged for December. %c higher forj May and Vjc lower for July. Only a fair trade, on un active ner- j vous market. Tim pit crowd acted like a lloc-k of sheep, all one side of the market at thi1 same time. Government interests were busy on the v.-eak srjols; i absorbing small amounts offered and j I made it hard for market io break, j general trade was not large and! outside of the government buying; there was little featuring the market. I In the cash market there was a good: demand which fell away quickly.! On this, the third day of the contract; month. bushels uf wheat were delivered, which is unusually The grade was Xo. >airthern fnr which there was no demand. Oats were in grind demand at unchanged i premiums. Barley was strong and Rax fair. i VVINWIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat- No. 1 Xer...lSS% Xo. 3 Nor... No. 5 Nor... 1 SOU Feed Xo. 'I CO Extra 1 Feed 1 Feed 5S Xo. 3 ......10S Rejected and Feed i Xo. 1 X. W. C.......... No 2 C. W............. i FUTURES Winnipeg I.Vov li Dec....... li Dec............. May I Dec............. 2- May............ 2; Dec............. 1 May....., 1 i i Dec............. 1 CITY AND DISTRICT A Sheriff's Bailiff U. A. Wiltse. of Foremost, has been appointed a sheriff's bailiff. Branch at Travers The Standard Bank has opened branch at Travers. JOHN GILMORgS QUAKER BREAD BREAD IS BREAD. QUITE TRUE, BUT THERE ARE AS MANY DIFFERENT KINDS AND QUALITIES OF BREAD AS THERE ARE PEOPLE MAK1H3 IT. QUAKER BHEAD IS ONLY ONE QUALITY AND THAT THE BEST. TRY A LOAF AND PROVE IT. Just Arrived have-just ivceivofl A shipment of (iokl I'lH.d. f-v riant, Hf. Small Fish, 15c. 2 for...... 25c Medium Fish, 25c and 35c Large Fish, 40c and 50c Fan Tail Fish, 50c, 65c and 75c Tk Red Cross Drag Book Limited PHONE 555. Has Two Jobs Bert Heishes, of Picture Butte, has I been appointed a game and fire guard- ian. Casualty Message I There is an undelivered casualty I message, at the C. P. K. telegraph of- rice for L. Peterson. Burdett Man Wounded A Bnrilett man, J. R. Donaldson, ap- pears in today's casualty lists as be- ins; -.vouiided. Fsrnie Man Wounded Leonard of 1'Vrnie, B. C., is hi today's casualty lists as being wounded. To Preach Here Rev. M. H. Ryan, superintendent Alberta Missions for the Christian church, will preach in the church here on Sunday at both services. Can Take Affidavits John H. Bastin, Carmangay. and Seth'H. Nelson. Canlston, have .been appointed commissioners for ta'Hing MUSIC REFRESHMENTS Come and help to make a pleas- ant and profitable evening. 192% 191 Vi ISa THURSDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES native beef, 56.50 I to western steers, S6.45 to 150.CO; hogs, selects, ?9.35 to sheep to 511. butcher to choice, i til Sli.oO; hogs, to fid; sheep 57.50 to 58.50. LOGALMARKETS Grain Livestock Prices TO DROP 75 CHICAGO SALOONS FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Gco. R. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 Chicago, Nov. city's rev eritie 'Will 'drop nest year by the lopse of .75 saloon licenses for the i vear beginning Kov. 1. Tliere saloons in operation. Track prices '-VaC' i Wheat .....173 Wheat Oats 51% Oats jFiax .......231 Flax l liarley 66 Barley .....7S i LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 5% to (iU; fat cows M to Select hogs, 150 to 200 Ibs., Choice killing ewes, 7c. Despite the continued rise in price of ail paper products, which is bound to continue, we have managed.. secure a bar- gain in high grade Toilet Paper which we arc offering at (STRAIGHT) per roll (Regular Price ten cents) Better buy for future reference as this snap can't be duplicated. J. D. Higinbotham Co. "Alberts's Pioneer Druggists." Wholesale and retail TELEPHONE NO- 322 For Degree of L. L. B. The Senate of Alberta University has recommended A. B. Hogg, Car- man gay, and Z. W. Jacobs, Cardston, for the degree of L.L.B., having pass- ed all their examinations. SEAMLESS, WATERPROOF, SANITARY A New Store For North Lethbridge I Messrs. Hennesey and Wilson, late of Calgary, have Lcth- j bridge as the location or their new dry goods and men's wear and shoe I business, opening in the store former-; ly known as the "Cash Store." The! new proprietors have had a broad j mercantile experience and 'or the past number of years held executive! positions in one of Calgary's largest stores. LIE WITHOUT FASTENING. WE HAVE THEM. IN STOCK 9 US ft. 9 ft. by 12ft. Hayr Hardware Co. Phone 575 Box 275 For Patriotic Fund Tlic Hon. Treas. R. .T. Ritcjiie Pal-i I erson acknowledges the receipt of j from Mr. A. .M. Origg, and the following contributions from the, staff i of the Lethbridge Raving Halting Company: K. .Mueller, ?4.00, A. J. Wade El V. Dooley W. S. Fairfieid S5.00, F. Sick 510.00, and A. Raue S5.00. He also acknowledges from the Federated trades Rail: road Employees, H. C. Mockfordl LAWN BOWLING MEETING TONIGHT All lawn howlers are remind- ed of the smoker and social evening of the Lethbriilge Lawn Bowling club in the Elk club room tonigjit at 8 o'clock. A. Buchanan. M.P.. will pre- sent the cups to the winners of the' different events of the past season. A POSER FOR TEDDY San Francisco, Nov. Uic close jof a speech here tonight during which f, f fla3-ed the Democratic administra- (ion for its Mexican and foreign poll- ties, Col. Theodore Roosevelt inviied the audience to ask any questions con- cerning matters In which they were Interested. Several questions were asked and satisfactorily answered. A i ta'l lank countryman in the rear -of .J-ithe hall, however, put a poser over on (he ex-president, "How soon will the United States as a nation ..cafiorso The colonel was silent for a mo- Wheat Lands For Sale The finest wheat lands and ranch lands in Southern Alberta. Eigh miles from elevators. In township 11, ranges 18 and 19, west of 4th Meridian. Buy direct from the. estate. .No middlemen ncsd apply. For prices and terms apply. j. D. Fuller TABER Or at the Cameron Ranch. Quarrelled; Called Names; Fined Katy Bremko of No. X was fined and costs on each of two charges a house-wives' Quarrel in the mining district. Mrs. Kremko pleaded guilty to calling Mrs. Effic Slacuk and Mrs. Domka Siboyak which do not ,vel, jn polile aocj0iy. The quarrel attracted neighborhood atten- tion, and court presented a spirit- ed scene at the trial. From the Underworld Maggie Thomnson, alias Jennie Wil- son, a young girl, was fined S20 and costs in jiolice court by Magistrate Elton this morning on a charge of immorality. She was picked un last night in Charlie Lom's plaM, 218 1st Ave. S., tile circumstances being such that Lem and another Chinaman, Lee Wong, were taken in tow. The Chinks were allowed ;qiit on S100 bail, and will hn arraigned tomorrow morning t on chnrgcs' 'keeping and frequent-' Inn dlsofdcrly Houses. Chief Hardy is determined to stamp out the traf- fic in which- the Thompson girl is en- AUCTION SALE on SATURDAY, NOV. 4 At 2 p.m. .and again at 7..30 in the Evening. At 427 Fifth Street So'ntb. in the K. P. Bldff. THE BALANCE OF-THE-CASH-STORE -STOCK, of...North Lctll- bridge has been removed to -tli.e above address nnrt will lie sold without reserve. STOCK OF. Dry Ladles and Children's Ready-to- Wear Hosiery, CoWs, Union Suits', Prints, Ginghams, Scrims, Mending Wools, lace md -Embroidery, _Small Wares.-Men's Work Shirts, Men's Fleece Lined Xinde'rwear; aand Shoes. EVERYTHING MUST GO. W. L..WILSON AUCTIONEER fymcnt. then a smile of relief appeared, j don't know." 'dldate in .Medicine Hat. aldotnianic can- Announcement The Hig Sisters' class of Knox church will huh! a pantry sale tomor- row at :t p.m. in the school room of the church., Afternoon, tea will' he ]served WliiEKE TO GO Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fittingy Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE THIS MAKES EIGHTEEN STATES THAT ARE DRY Richmond, Va., Nov. (lie placing of tho ban on liquors in Vir- rS on for a long time In Virginia, and as a result'a large iinrt of llio slate hail previously voted for prohibition in local option elections. Tlie state law which became effective at midnight Tuesday affects all the towns and dli- ;