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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS CANNED TOMATOES Size 3's tins, per case LETHBRIBGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta Why Not Stock Up With Some Case Goods Before Prices Get Too High! K. C. PURE JAM. Assorted, 12 4 Ib. tins. 4 per case ARGOOD JAM. Assorted, 12 4 Ib. tins. Per case F ANY LINE. IF YO THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES MARKETS RUBBER SPONGES Last, 50c Rubber Sponges for 24c. Hare's your ch.nce to gat a fine quality rubber sponge at a very low price. Ooma early. They will not last long. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. K. C. JAMS We have juut received a fresh shipment of this high grade jam. in same flavor., but the price is a little hi9her, but the quality makes it well worth the extra money. Raspberry............... S5c Gooseberry 'Strawberry................ plum 75c S5c Slack Currant Peach Apricot TICKNER CO. 204'Thirteenth St. S. (Opposite Ellison Mills) Phone 364 SEVEN WERE KILLED Altoona. Pa., Nov. men were'killed, of them in- stantly and three "were injured when a heavy freight train ran away for 10 miles on the New Portage Branch ot the Penn- sylvania Railway and crashed Into fonr light locomotives standing at New Portage Junc- lion, near here today. ANNOUNCEMENT Poultry Meeting The Lethhridge Poultry and .Stock association will meet tonight in th Board of Trade building- The prize .xlist for the -winter show will be on tha Njable for discussion. 277-1 THE WOMEN'S COMFORT ROOMS Room 1 Hull Block. Phone 1710 Shampooing and Hair Dresa- -jng, Massaging and Manicuring. Hair .work of all kinds. Child- ren's hair bobbies. Winnipeg Xov. closed at hither'for November. better for December, and advance for May Oats sained 'ic to Ic. Barley un- changed-at normal price of 1.04. Flax was up for for. December and for May. .Minnea- polis was Hie higher for December, better 1'or May and up for July. very sirone market today on a medium "trade, file government agents the pit at tlie openias and bought steadily in November option aud also tlie December option all morning. That interest has bought an enormous amount of wheat in the local pit during the last fortnigh-t. The rest of the trade was small. The floor crowd spread between No- vember and May. selling the former. The local pit was little affected by the change forecasted in the weather, but strong market was nearly ail due to the cood buying. The cash trade was good. except No. 3 Northern, was in good de- mand, with premiums firmer. Shippers were 'good buyers in both wheat -and oats Oat premiums were up tolic better. Barley was strong on light offers. Flax inactive. WINNIPEG CASH PRICES No. 1 No. 2 Nor...lSS% No. 3 Nor..183% No. 4 Nor...173 No. 5 Nor...150% No. IJ Nor...143 Feed '..................iKVi V.'..... 61% No. 3 aw.. Extra 1 No. 1 Feed Earicy: Xo. 3 ......10S No. 4 ......102 Rejected Feed Flax: No 1 X.W.C. '50% No. 2 C.W .247% FUTURES: WINNIPEG WHEAT 89% 59 188% ISltt or service overseas, and not to men? hers of the Canadian militia, recruited i May A Charming Complexion Without Artificiality To acquire a delightful coni- plexion you must avoid doubt- ful preparations which harm the skin. Keep the healthy and rosy by using Nyal's Massage Cream It is not a beautificr in itself, but by rolling through the pores it brings out the clogged waste matter and shows the skin breathe. This natural pore breathing brings a ruddy, heal- thy glow to the face. There is no complexion like a natural one. Trice ;t jar. Tke Red Cross Drig Book Co., Limited PHONE 555. Two hundred acres of wheat threshed by F. S. LeffingweU, two miles from Milk River, on the land owned by Jones Dill of Wabasha, Minn., yielded bushels, or a trifle less than -52 bushels per acre. It all graded No. 1 Northern and sold Tor top pries, making over per acre for the crop. 191% lss% 1S5% 61% 63 252% 252% 192% 192% Toilet er Despite the continued rise In price ft all ;paper products, which is bound to continue, we have managed to secure a bar- gain in high grade Toilet Paper Rolls which we are offering at that eCect has been passed Jalgary city council. The local coun- cil dealt with the matter this morn- ing, endorsing the action of tlie Cal- gary authorities in the following re- solution "That the city clerk, Calgary, be advised that the Lethbridge city coun- cil is in sympathy with the Calgary SATURDAY'S LIVE STOCK PRICES Native, beef cattle. to Western Steers, J6.40 to Chicago Hogs, selects, S9.00 to 39.60; Sheep wethers, S7.60 to ?7.S5; Lambs, 5S.40 to 510.90. Choice steers to 5650; Hogs, selects, ?9.8a to 516.01'; f amb's 3950' Wethers. to Unance committee's recommendation that the provincial government be re- quested to limit the Moratorium Act and amend it to protect only those enlisted for'overseas service, and that the city clerk, Calgary, be advised (that this city will pass any joint reso- ution that the Calgary city council may pass along the lines suggested with a view to presentation to the pro- vincial government." Mason Risch v Limited Block Lethbridje. 'Victreln, 'Victor Viol- ini, Accordeonj Sheet Millie Merchandise. Mall Given-Careful Attention. WANTED! YOUR FURNACE TO REPAIR Geo. R. Dixon Co., PHONE 1WT B1AR 8TAFFOHO BLOCK THEDA BARA 'The'Vampire Wionun, In OAUtEY SLAVE" ANNOUNCEMENT There will be an Auction Sale of household furniture and effects at t'ie corner ot 10th St. and 3rd Ave. (op- posite Victoria Mansions) on Thurs- day next at two o'clock. Fank Wad- dingtou, Auctioneer. 2T1-1 LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Track prices Wheat Oats 52Vd Barley 82 'lax Waflon Prjcet Wheat .....165 Oats 50 Barley 83 Flax.......221. 5c Per Roll (Regular Price ten cents) In Case Lots Rolls) Better buy for future reference as this snap can't be duplicated. J. D. Higinbolham Co. "Alberta's Pioneer Tke Wholesale, and retail chemist! TELEPHONE NO. 322 CITY AND DISTRICT A. O. F. Meet Tonight The local lodge of the A. O. P. wi meet iii the K. of P. hall this evening Gas Official Here -DHlnn of Canada. Wester Gas Co., Is the city today from Ca gary; On Business Trip N. B. Good, of the Good Co., le Saturday on a combined business an ?leasure trip to Nelson, B, C. Corp. Adams Progressing Mrs. J. Adams received word toda from her-.son. Corp. Arthur Adam who was reported wounded a' sho time ago, that he is progressing fa orably. Headquarters Officer Here Major Stlllweil of Headquarte Staff, Calgary, was in the city on Sa urday in connection with the stores the military ,units here. v Recruits for 211th Capt. R. Page is iirthe city r cruiting for the 211th Battalion. R cruiting offices of the unit are op< at the Salherg Grain Co. office an the Arlington hotel. Csrdston Visitor E. N. Barker, of Cardston, is a ci visitor today. Mr. Barker states th there was no, snow in the Cardst district this morning and threshii rigs were hard at work. Gillelan Gets Damages At the city council this mornisg t arbitration committee in the case GiMelan vs. Mrs. Binges, for damag._ done by cows to Mr...GHIelan's garden, reported that it had found for ?7.50 damages for Mr. Gillelan. New Agent Here R. 'S. Mabee, formerly manager of the 'Bank of Montreal at Magrath, has been appointed local representative of the Manufacturers' Life Insurance Co. and is taking up his residence here., He was also formerly with the department of natural resources, C.P. R. JOHN G1LMORES QUAKER BREAD WE EAT TO LIVE. WHY PUT UP WITH POOR BREAD WHEN YOU CAN GET THE VERY BEST FOR THE SAME MONEY. QUAKER BREAD IS THE MOSlX NUTRITIOUS AND WHOLESOME BREAD MADE IN THE CITY. NO HOME MADE BREAD CAN POSSIBLY BE AS GOOD. SEAMLESS, WATERPROOF, SANITARY CONGOLEUM LIE FLAT WITHOUT FASTENING. WE HAVE THEM IN STOCK 9 ft. by 101ft. 9 ft by 12 ft. Can't Reduce Rate GommissioneV Grace reported at this morning's meeting of the city council that it would be impossible to reduce the water rental, for small j stores at present as many customers I have already paid their bills for the last quarter. However, some adjust- ment may be made at thej beginning of the year. Hardware Go. Pfoto-575 P.O. Box 275 'BLUEBIRD' MODEL of BROWN VELVET HAT LIVESTOCK PitlCES Choice steers, 6% to fat cows K to Select hogs, 150 to 200 Ibs., Choice killing ewes, 7c. MADE BY LATEST ALLIED DRIVE ON THE WESTERN FRONT. FOR SALE No. 1 .Stock Cows 3-7 YEARS OLD RAISED ON THE MACKIE RANCH ENQUIRE OF A. H. MAYLAND Livestock Commission Merchant Alberta Stockyards, Calgary Phones: Offloe E5301 Residence W1139 P. 0. Drawer Many Enquiries for Cameron .Land Jas. Fuller, the well known manager of the Cameron ranch, ot which 000 acres is now being offered for sale in small farms, has taken person- al charge of the sale of this land in Taber and Lethbridge ,and will sell direct to purchasers. Mr. Fuller re- ports that there have already been enquiries for land in this fam- ous ranch. Billy Carnill Is Turned Back Word has been received by friendu in the city that Billy Carnill o[ the 239th Railway Construction battalion has been discharged from further ac- tive service trouble, with Ills lungs as 8 result of gas received in the attack at Ynres when ho was a member of the Fighting Tentb. Billy i was very anxious to get back to the 1 front, but the medical authorities evi- dently decided that ho had more than "done his CARD OF THANKS Mr. and Airs. II.W. Dleckhoff and Mr Adam, of School district, desire to thank those who so kindly extended sympathy Mid aid during their recent bereavement and to those who so kindly- sent floral testimonials, partlc- the Indies' Aid of the White School Dlatrlct. ANNOU.iCEMENT The: ladles of Mrs. Cuiloba'n section of the Red Crosjij will meet at her home, 613 Klghtli Ave S., tomorrow evening. All work will bo turned In if Was Not Lee Wong Iii the item published In Friday's Herald, of the arrest a local China- man in connection with a caao against a ninrcuutable woman, the name of the Chinaman was given as Leo Wong. This was an error as the name should havo been Ixw Leo Wong, as It ImjinenB, has been a respected citi- zen of lothhriilgo tor 8 years, and Is wall known and holds a high Hand- ing as a merchant In tho north wnni. The Herald Is glad to make this cor- rection for tho information of the pub. lie and to Mr. Wong's name of my dlsagrooablc One of the latest models on fall ami winter hats is a smart little, Sn olIn Bine Bird style of dark hrown panne velvet with a gtlnca lien set at a jaunty angle on the front ot the crown. This hat will be worn extensively by the smart set thia fall.-. BIRTH Friday, November 3rd, at 6th Ave. S., to Mr. and Mrs. H.H. Cragg, a son, Robert Aid. J. Ji.-Macdonald is a mayoral- ty candidate In Jas. Cllnkskill, .a former ronyor. to a mayoralty 'candidate, In Sastailoo.'i, ;