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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE LET HBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta Why Not Stock Up With Some Case Goods Before Prices Get Too High! din f n CANNED TOMATOES K. C. PURE JAM. Assorted, 12 4 Ib. tins. li" JiS ARGO" D MM: v u: Canned Corn, per case ....................S3.50 Per case WE ARE ALWAYS PLEASED TO QUOTE PRICES ON CASE LOTS OF ANY LINE. IF YOU WILL INVESTIGATE WE KNOW YOU WILL FIND OUR PRICES RIGHT. THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES RUBBER SPONGES While They Lsst, 50c Rubber Sponges for 24c. Here's vour chance to set a fine quality rubber snouEe at a very low price Coine early. Tlmy will not last long. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. IS K. C. JAMS We have just received a fresh shipment of this high grade jam. In same flavors, but the price is a little higher, but the quality makes it well worth the extra money. Raspberry S5c Gooseberry 80c Strawberry 75c 85c Black Currant 80c Apricot TICKNER CO. 204 Thirteenth St. S. (Opposite Ellison Mills) 75c WHERE TO GO FOE Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 762 Wiliniues. Nov. wheat closed up lor November. higher! for December niul unchanged for May.j Oats were 'jc better for December and'! 3ic advance for May. Barley was ml-; Flax sained li- in Decem-i ber iind ill May. There was a very small trade in the local market today, due to the lack of outside news and "tlie holiday in the I'uited States markets. The feature of the market; j was the withdrawal temporarily from j Ihe buying side of the government; agents. There was some good buying in the morning. The value of the trade during the clay was light. In! the cash market trade was dead. Oats were in good demand at unchanged; premiums. WINNIPEG CASH PRICES No. 1 Xor...1927s No. 2 Nor. No. No. 4 Nor. No.. 5 Northern No. 2 C. W.. 61% No. 3 C. V: Extra 1 Feed JNo. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed Barley- No. 3 ......10S No. 4 Rejected and Feed Flax- No. 1 X. W. C.............. No. 2 C. W.................. FUTURES Winnipeg Nov............. Dec............. May Oats- Dec............. May............ j Dec............. Jiay 1727s 15S76 A Charming Complexion Without Artificiality To acquire a delightful com- plexion you must avoid doubt. ful preparations which harm the skin. Keep the skin healthy and rosy by using Massage Cream It is not a beautifier in itsolf, but by rolling through the pores it brings out the clogged waste matter and allows the skin to breathe. This natural pore breathing brings a ruddy, heal- thy glow to the face. There is no complexion tike a natural one. Price 35c n jar. Tke Red Cross Drag Beok Co., Limited PHONE 555. RESIGNS FROM GRAIN 'PEG EXCHANGE 192 183% 1S6 254-1 1S4 ISoia S. O. E. NOTICE Red Rose Degree will meet this evening at eight o'clock, at the S. O. E. hall. All members are expected to attend. Mason Risch Limited Block Lethbridge Victroljt, Victor Records, Viol- inf, Aceordeons Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise. Mail Orders Given Careful Attention. ANNOUNCEMENTS No American markets; election day. MONDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES beef cattle, 56.90 to 511.75; western steers, 56.50 to ?9.75; hogs, selects, 59.20 to ?9.90; sheep, wethers. 57.60 to 57.85; lambs, 5S.40 j 10 510.90. 11 steers, 56.2o to 56.50; hogs, selects, 59.85 to 510.00; I lambs, .wethers, 57.50 to 58.75. -Despite the continued rise in price of all paper products, which is bound to continue, we have managed to secure a bar- gain in high grade Toilet Paper Bolls which we are offering at All members ot the TVeslev Ou- ward Bible Class are again reminded of the re-union social being held at the home of their teacher, Doctor Lov- ering, 812 Third Are. S.T tonight at eight o'clock. A pleasant evening is anticipated. WANTED! YOUR FURNACE TO REPAIR Geo. H. Dlxon Cu.9 PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK All ladies are cordially invited to attend the illustrated course of lec- tures on "The Body Wonderful" giv- en by Dr. Sara E. Detwiler under the auspices of the Diathesis club. The second lecture "The Muscular Sys- tem" will be given tomorrow at 4.30 hi the Knox school room. Those wish- ing to attend these lectures may se- cure tickets at the door. We do rough dry laundry for six cents a pound. All flat work finished ready for use and all pieces requiring starch are starched ready to iron. No parcel taken for less than 50 Lethbridge Laundry. The L. O. B. A. will hold a tea at 313 18th St. N., on Wednesday after- noon from ;i to 5. All are invited to attend. THEDA BARA The Vampire in "THE GALLEY SLAVE" SHAMPOOING AND HAIR DRESSING AND P.IANICUR, ING HAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS CHILDREN'S KAiR BOBBING -f Tilt1, Women's Comfort HOOIHS Room 1, Hull Block. Phone 1710 MONUMENTS Headstones and Crdsises of every- description made to order Get our prices and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Track prices 173 53% 92 233 Prices Wheat .....165 Oats ___-.-.-. -ad Barley S3 Flax.......221 Wheat Oats Barley Flax LIVESTOCK PillCES Choice steers, to 'at cows 1 M to I Select hogs, ISO to 200 Ibs., Choice killing ewes, 7c. 5c (Straight) Per Roll (Regular Price ten cer.ts) In Case Lots (100 Rolls) Better buy for future reference as this snap can't be duplicated. J. D. Higinbothara Co. "Alberta's Pioneer ANNOUNCEMENTS In connection with "Patriotic Week" an exhibition of the Rolls ot Honor will be held at Rose's store. Any j. church, school or society not having been approached on tlie -subject- and wishing to include their Roll in the I exhibition will oblige by communicat-] ing with .1. S. Rose not later than nesday inorning. i Wholesale and retail chemfstt TELEPHONE NO- 322 Winnipeg, Nov. 7. Or. C. N. Hell, secretary of the Winni- peg Grain Exchange for the last years, has resigned. He will remain, however, secre- tary of the Grain Kxchange building. Ur. Magill, chairman the Dominion Grain Conunis- sion, has been offered tfie sec- returyship of the Exchange. Help the Patriotic Fund committee to make the big meeting in the Wes- ley church on Friday night n big suc- cess. T. Mi Tweedie, M.P.P. of Cal- gary, president of the fund for South- ern Alberta, will be present, and 'other speakers, who will not merely enter- tain hut educate along the lines of patriotic duty. There will be a good musical program.- Don't make any other dates or let any other things in- terfere with your presence at the big Balis, shows, theatres, dan- ces, etc. Let's make them secondary to this occasion. ft will he the first big gun of what we bone will be the most successful and satisfactory cam- paign in the city of Letbhridge. Fri- day evening, Nov. 10th, S o'clock, Wesley church. Mother's Helps JOHN QUAKER BREAD QUAKER BREAD IS- MIXED IN A MACHINE, 440 LOAVES AT A TIME. A MACHINE THAT IS NEVER TIRED OR OUT OF SORTS, A MACHINE THAT NEVER SAYS, "OH, THAT IS GOOD ENOUGH.'THE RESULT IS THAT EVERY BATCH IS ALWAYS THE SAME. CITY AND DISTRICT C. P. R. Official Wm. A. Dillev, of the laud branch, is in the city. Touring West L. O. Halliday and .wife of Chesley, Ont., arrived in the city on a tour of the west, .Mr. Halliday is interested in properties here. Former. Resident B. B. of Thamesford, Ont., who was a resident city for a couple of years, is in the city on business. SUBMARINE MONKEY j Berlin, via London, N'ov. B. The j Herlin zoo's latest prize acquisition is ;t "submarine the gift of'! Captain Arnaul, or the U-35. Tlie j monkey war, found abandoned by its owner on board a merchantman which j about to'be '.sunk. The Germans bine jackets were unwilling to leave it to its fain aboard the submarine. The monkey was an onlooker at other submarine undertakings. j CHARLIE HAPLIN in "POLICE" First Time In City at Popular x Prices EMPRESS THEATRE THURSDAY AND. FRIDAY WANTED Strictly Modern House At least four bedrooms. Would rent by month or lease for year. Apply J Phone 1018 United Grain Producers, Ltd EMPRESS BUILDING GROUND FLOOR Supt. of Neglected Children Here A. M. McDonald, supt. of the de- partment of Neglected Children, Ed- monton, is in the city today. lie was busy all day with Probation Officer f.amb looking into cases here. HEATING STOVES. PRICES WILL ADVANCE IN THIRTY DAYS MAKE YOUR PURCHASE NOW Special Heaters WITH DEEP ASHPIT AND MICA OPENING Hayr Hardware Co. Phone 575 P. O. Box 275 Curling Club Annual Meeting The annual general meeting of the Lethhridge Curling club .will be held in the Chinook club on Friday even- ing next, Nov. 10th. All members and others interested in ..the roarin' game are requested to attend. Heavy Traffic So heavy is the inter-city traffic on the night train between Calgary and Lethbridge that two Lethbridge sleep- ers were necessary to accommodate the "passengers from Calgary last night. Travel on C. P. 11. lines in the south is very heavy these days, aii local trains being crowded. Many voters went south on the Contts train this morning to register their votes in Montana. Some went to Great Frtlla to bear the election returns. To Attend Convention Mayor Hardie and Commissioner j Freeman leave this afternoon for Ed- monton, where they will attend tiie annual convention of the Union of Alberta Municipalities. President Mar- noch will also be a delegate to the convention. .He has been in Calgary for a- of days and goes north tOxpMmanton tonight for the conven- tion. While away Mayor Hardie will also attend a meeting of the Alberta branch of the Naval Recruiting Com- mittee." H. Wilson and J. NT. Rit- chie of .Lethbridge, will also attend this meeting, which will be held in Calgary. Hot FowlSopperand Will be given by the LADIES' AID at Coaldale, Friday Evening November 10th. Supper Served from 6 to S. (Cafeteria All of Fancy Goods for Xmas Gifts will be on sale. VJjso a Candy- Booth in Charjje of the "Big Sisters." EVERYBODY WELCOME AND A GOOD TIME FOR ALL. Announcement Election returns from the United States will be Hashed on the sorrier. Jat the tera press tonight. James Richardson Sons Limited GRAIN AND'COMMISSION MERCHANTS Fifty-nine years in the Canadian grain trade assure you safety, service and results on your consignments. Write Grain Exchange, WINNIPEG, Sherlock Building, LETHBRIDGE AUCTION SALE Tomorrow, AT P.M. AT WILSON'S AUCTION ROOMS IN THE K. P. BUILDING. FIFTH STREET S. OF Dry Goods, Gents' Furnish- ings, Boots and Shoes, Smallwares, etc. L. WILSON AUCTIONEER ;