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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta RUBBER SPONGES While Thsy 50c Rubber Sponges for 24c. Her.-'s yo-.ir chance to si-t a line quality rubber sponge at a very low Cone early. Thc-v not last long. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. PHONE 1487. IS STOCKFD WITH THE-FINEST THE LAND AFFORDS. PRICES ARE ALWAYS AS HE WE HAVE A, 'N APPRECIATE YOUR TRADE AND WILL DO OUR UTMOST TO PLEASE YOU. APPLES. Good cookers and sonic fairly good for eating. No. 3's. Price per case No. 2 JONATHANS. WAGNERS. ETC. Surely a good quality and good value. Per No I GREENING. CRANBERRY PIPPIN, ETC. Quality exceptional. All B. C. grown. Case S1.90 MclNTOSH REDS. Economy crates. Crate IMclNTOSH REDS. No. 1'i. Tlic 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 PEPPERS. Per pound 20c QUINCE. 2 pounds for HUBBARD SQUASH. PIE PUMPKIN AND CIT- RON, per pound CRANBERRIES. Per pound SWEET POTATOES. 3J-i pounds for....... 2oc SPANISH ONIONS, pounds for..........25c HORSE RADISH. The home made. Very strong. Pint sealers. Each 15c FRESH OYSTERS. The Sealshipt kind. Solid meats. Quarts............................ 85c Pints 45c MINCE MEAT. In bulk. Empress. Very fine qual- ity. 2 pounds STRAINED HONEY. Ontario Pure Clover. Pint sealers. Each.............................40c Five pound pails COMB HONEY. Each 25c RIPE OLIVES. Small tins 45c Medium 65c QUEEN OLIVES. In bulk. Per pint..........25c PEANUT BUTTER. In bulk. Per pound .....30c DILL PICKLES. Quart sealers............. 40c Gallon Three gallon pails PRESERVED PEARS. Tea Garden. Very pccial. Per bottle 35c CHILI SAUCE. Royal cr Snidcr's, Very special. Per bottle................................ 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, 80c, 85c THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE S25 FOR THE WEEK END AT TICKNER CO. FRESH LETTUCE Per pound TOMATOES. Hot house Pound CALIFORNIA GRAPES Pound APPLE BUTTER Two tins CREAMERY BUTTER Per pound 204 THIRTEENTH ST. S. 18c 20c 35c 45c PEAMEAL BACON Sliced, per pound SUNKIST ORANGES 30. 35 and EATING APPLES Six pounds for..... TOMATO CATSUP Bottles. 20c and H. P. SAUCE Bottle 30c 40c 25c 25c PHONE 364 Glasgow. Xov. are the results of the Scottish League football games played 'he grounds of the first named clubs: Rangers 0; Morion 1. Dundee 1; Celtic 2. Clyde 1: Queens 1. Third Lanarl; 1; St. Mirren U. Falkirk 0; Airdrieonians U. Ayr United 3; Dumbarton 1. Heart? 1; Partick Thistle u. Jlotherwell 1; Hibernians 0. Haith Rovers 0; Kilmarnock 4. Aberdeen 0; Hamilton A. 1. THE WOMEN'S COMFORT ROOMS Room 1 Hull Block. Phone 1710 Shampooing and Hair Dress- ing- Massaging and Manicuring. Hair work of all lands. Child- ren's hair bobbing. Mason Kisch Winnipeg. Nov. closed 'ic lower for November; lower I for December and Use decline for May. Oat? were unchanged for Decem- i ber and Uc advance I'or May. Barley j Alined IV.-c. Flax dropped inr November for December and lUc I for May option. Minneapolis wheat wos j for December. dowu for May and MUe lowor for July. The trade in all grains was curtail-1 t'd today by the -short session. The j liit rrawd contented themselves with i evening up business while--he 1 in ilii! niiirkel was purely local. Araen- j line iu'v.-s was die chief factor, mas- I ling ihe market easier in the luurninir. I j and siring n little- recovery power 'near "the elose. November WHS the isirong option in a stubbornly firm market. Tin- government was again i ill the market for .Xovemuvr 1 and ihere was considerable spread- ing hetwet-n thai month and iH-i- option. Cash trade was inactive. Oi'iVrs in ail grades were small as wvre bushels of euiber being delivered. Vtctrolas, Victor Records, Viol- ins, Accordeons Sheet Music and Musics! Merchandise. Mail Orders Given Careful Attention. Limited Balmoral Block Lethbnuyc j Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat: No. 1 Northern No 2 Northern No! :1 Northern j No- 4 Northern No. 5 Norlii'-ni No. tl Northern Feed Oats: Sailors' Relief Fund The following donations to the Bri-j- 1 tish Sailors' Relief Fund have been j "l" received: Dr. Connor. 550; Anglican I i-hm-che" (Ollei-tion on All Saints Day! UiWip; A. Buchanan, M.P.. iRHected ___ ANNOUNCEMENT Feed lira. F. C. Street, lias closed the 1 rl. millinery store on Sill St. S.. fcnd opening a store at Taber. Alia. 1 A Charming Complexion Without Artificiality To acquire a delightful com- plexion you must avoid doubt- Fill preparations -.vhich harm the skin. Keep ths skin healthy and rosy by iisiiisj Nyal's Massage Cream It is not a beautifier in itself, but by rolling through the p.ores it brings out the clogged waste matter and allows the skin to breathe. This natural pore breathing brings a ruddy, heal- thy glow ic the face. There is no." complexion like a natural one. Price CITY AND DISTRICT Speak for Patriotic Fund T. II. Twoedie. M.P.P.. Calgury, and "W. A, Buchanan, M.P.. left this after- noon by automobile for Bow City. [They will address three patriotic fund I meetings in that district tomorrow. i jar. The Red Gross Drag Book Go., PHONE 555. Dope Fiend Gets Three Months Fred Perkins, the piano player, appeared before Inspector Chaiiey at tlio Mounted Police barracks yesterday afternoon on a charge of using drugs, luaa sentenced today to throe months in the provincial jail at hard labor. Galesburg, Visitor Dr. jMcLellaml, president of! Knox college, Galesbiirg. 111., who has j I been a Southern Alberta visitor for j the past week, left for his home this morning. Ho was here to vi.sit his .son. Bruce, who has a large farm at I Harons. JOHN GIUORE'S WE EAT TO LIVE. WHY PUT UP WITH POOP. BREAD WHEN YOU CAN GET THE VERY BEST FOR THE SAME MONEY. QUAKER BREAD IS THE MOST NUTRITIOUS AND WHOLESOME BREAD MADE IN THE CITY. NO HOME MADE BREAD CAN POSSIBLY 3E AS GOOD. store at 404 main open. St. Flax: i N'o. 1 X. C. I N'o. C. W. J-l Hear Evangelist Barton In Westminster Methodist Church Sunday Next, November 5th 11 a.m.: "What- Every Man is Sssfcing." 7.3G p.m.; '-The Law of the Har- LOCAL MARKETS Gram Livestock Prices Track friccs Wheat Wheat .....103 Oa'.s 51% Oats 49 1102S, selects. SSi.15 10 sheep, ?7.3r. to J 11.00. LIVESTOCK prtlCES Choice stesrs, 67! to 6'.4; fat cowa 5K to Select hogs, 150 to 200 IbF., 811. Cboice killing ewes, 7c. FUTURES Winnipeg Dec............. i May I Dec............. May............ -Flax- Dec............. May............ Dec............. May............ Dec............. May............ Toilet Paper Despite the continued rise in price of all paper products, which is bound to continue, we ,hava managed :.o secure a car- gain in high grade Toilet Pillar Kolls which we are offering at 130% 183% 59% 184% WILL NOT FADE (Straight) Per Roll (Regular Price ten cents) In Case Lots (100 Rolls) Better buy for future reference as this snap can't be duplicated. J. D. Higinbotham Co. "Alberta's Pioneer Drucjg'ste." The Stort Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO- 322 Former Resident in City Dan McCormick. former manager oi: a loeal saddlery concern, is in the I city in tlie interests of a leather con- he is representing. Mr. will spend the. week-end Iiore. Gone Home to Vote V. .Mitchell, formerly of LcUibridge. but now in tlte lumber business hi Great Falls, went south this morning to cast his vote at the presidential eleitions on Tuesday. He lias been in Lethlu-idge for .some on busi- ness. Poultry Meeting The Lethbridge Poultry and Pet Stock association will meet on Mon- day nlKlH in the Board of Trade build- ing. The prize lists for the winter show will he on the table for discus- sion. Presentation at I. O. 0. F. Meeting Oddfellows 01 the c-ity spent an en- I joy-able evening last night when at the regular meeting of Lethbridge Lodge I No. 2 in the I. O. O. F. hall, prcsenta- dons of Veterans' jewels were made to llarrj- Fleetwood ami M. L. Miller of Stirling, lioth of whom have been i members of the .Medicine Hat lodge jot'the order of 30 years' standing. I About 80 wore present including Grand .Master J. W. Miller o[ Oarmangay. j The presentations were made by Major 1 W. B. Burnett assisted by H. Skinner, ITI.D.P.C. SEAMLESS, WATEBPKOOF, SANITAKY LIE -FLAT' WITHOUT FASTENING. HAVE THEM IN STOCK 9 ft. by 102ft 9 ft. by 12 ft. Hayr Hardware Co. Phone 575 P. O. Box 275 Organize for Naval Recruiting G. R. Marnoch. president Lethhridge Board of Trade, attended an informal meeting at Calgary yesterday, regard- ing naval recruiting in tho province following the visit of lion. Rupert Guinness. Commander White, in charge of the recruiting present. J. M. Carson was appointed provision- ally as secretary I'or the province, pending permanent organization. Or- ganization will likplv ho eftfictfid short- ly at a meeting either in Edmonton or I Calgary. The commander will now 'proceed to get uniforms and other equipment from Ottawa. E. II. Wil- local secretary, has been asked to I call the local committee together and I appoint local representatives to the 2 I organization meeting. We have the Sole Agency for Lethbridgc, and Blacks that will', not fade. Watch the piece of Blue Serge tacked to the front of our store. YOU MISS A TRRAT IF YOU MiSS THESE SERVICES Special Singing' The-- FOR SALE No. 1 Stock Cows 3-7 YEARS OLD RAISED ON THE MACKIE V RANCH ENQUIRE OF A. H. MAYLAND Livestock Commission Merchant Alberta Stockyards, Phones: Office E5301 Residence !W1139 P. 0. Drawer CITY OF LETH3RIDGE COURT OF REVISION OF VOTERS' LIST All applicants for amnmimcnls lo the Voters' List are hereby notified a Court of Hevision will bo held in the Council rioom on Monday the Clh day ill November, 191G at 10 o'cloch a.m. Th.: Volors1 Wat Is open for inspec- tion in the office of the City Clerk. J. KIISSKU, OLIVER. i N'o. B, Clerk of the Court. First Baptist Church REV. CHAS. BAKER, PASTOR Subject A.M- The Christian Gospel's Salutation Subject P.M. 'What Jesus Expects of a Disciple' There will be the initial -.message by the new pairtwr to the rons'reRatHM) '-ami all those interested in the of the dy.inih. The pastor will give a'short informal address before the sermon and hopes that all who possibly can will attend'the morning serv.ce especially. coiviE AND MAKE'THE DAY ONE.OF-.PROFIT.AND BLESSING. AN INVITATION IS EXTENDED TO ALL. The Grace Coal Mine Is now to lalso care of all orders. PHONE 12SO The quality Is the. besl. Delivered, ton At mine '-3.25 ton IN TWO TOM LOADS AND Sheet Metal Work (Qco. K, Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 HEAR STAFFORD BUOCK ;