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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 8, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best 1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberts CANNED TOMATOES SUe 2' ..'s tins, per case Size 3'slins. per case RUBBER SPONGES While They Last, 50c Rubber Sponges for 24c Why Not Stock Up With Some Case Goods Before Prices Get Too High! K. C. PURE JAM. Assorted, 12 4 Ib. tins. tJA Per case.......................... F ANY LINE. IF YOU WILL THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES I CITY AND DISTRICT Here's vour chance to get c. fine quality rubber sponge at a very- low "rice. Come early. Tbey will not last loug. Ottawa. Nov. terms or tiie order-in I'OUiicil barring papers from Canada, no person in Canada shall be permitteJ on and ni- ter Saturday the tub. day of Novem- bei-. 1916. to be in possession of such newspapers or auy issues thereof, al-j ready published or hereafter to be' published and further, any person in possession of any such newspaper shall be liable to a fine not exceeding s.5000 or imprisonment of any term not exceeding five years or to both 'iue and imprisonment. K. C. JAMS We have just rec.ived a fresh ihipmenl of high grade jam. same flavors, but the price is a little higher, but the quality makes it well worth the extra money. Gooseberry Strawberry 85c Plum 76c 204 Thirteenth St. S. (Opposite Ellison Mills) BRITISHERS HONOR DEAD HUN AIRMAN London. Nov. despatch to Reu- Telegram Co. from Amsterdam' quotes' the Berlin Lokal Anzelger as saying that a beautiful wreath for the casket of Capt. Boelke, the German aviator killed recently, was given by the British officers who are prisoners of war 'at Qslabmck, and that it bore a gold-lettered inscription to that ef- fect. The despatch adds that a tele- gram from the officers, asking permis- sion-to present the wreath, character- ized Boelke as a much-admired anil honored enemy. WHERE TO GO FOK Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 762 Business Local Prepare to Meet thy God.. Amos 4, 12 4s a Christian, I will be to correspond with any anxious inquirer seeking salvation. Address John Eae, .635 -13th St. N. Lethbridge. Risch Limited Balmoral Block Lethbridge VictroUs, Victor Records, Viol- ins, Accordeons Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise. Mail Orders Given Attention. WANTED! YOUR FURNACE TO REPAIR ready for use and all pieces requiring starch are starched ready to iron. No parcel taken for less than 50 cents Lethbridge Laundry. ANNOUNCEMENTS "We do rough drv laundry for we uo roue AU-mt T0rk nnishea was light, because j, _n rnmiirtnir tvtipTi rhfi market MARKETS Winnipeg, Nov. wheat closed -with November. December and May up on: fluctuations that ranged from to; Oats were KC higher, barley 2c; and flax November, 4c for; December and 6c for May higher than: Tuesday's close. Minneapolis closed with December, May and July up. Fluc- tuations were for December, for May and 4yc for July. A. strong market today, showing at times extreme activity and nervous- ness. The general volume of trade of the activity. HANDY CANDY LAXATIVE Many people refrain from tak- ing a laxative because they find the average preparation repul- Xyal's Fiji-Sen Is a very palatable candy lax- ative and will prove a boon to such people. It is easy to take and exercises the best laxative effects without griping. It corrects constipation, bil- iousness, indigestion and minor bowel troubles, _Put up in handy form so it may be carried in the pocket. Price 25 cents Tke Red Cross Drag Beok Co., Limited PHONE 555. Toilet Paper Despite the continued rise in price of all paper products, which is bound to continue, we have managed ta.'secure a bar- gain in high grade Toilet Paper Bolls which we are offering at Labor Meeting A meeting of the Trades ami Labo: Council will be held tonight at eigh o'clock ill the Labor Temple. No Meeting There will not be a meeting of th council of the Board of Trade tomor row. Is 3 Prisoner Martin at JIacleod who was recently repo'rtecl missing, i reported In today's list unofficially prisoner of war. Mother's Helps The Traveller's Insurance Co.. of Hartford, through their representative t Harrv E. Rogers., recently approved paid "my claim in full According to the strict ruling of my contract with tthem they were not obliged to do BO ROBERT BARROWMAN Drs. DeVeber, Campbell, Roy and Cragg have moved into their offices over the Royal Bank Bldg, office phone 505. Residence phones: Dr. Camp- bell 1358; Dr. Roy 609; Dr. Cragg 1203. When the market steadied the trade was dull. Election news upset the trade, but the main feature was the buying in the United States markets, credited to the government, through Winnipeg commission houses. There caused by large speculative buying. The cash demand was poor. WINNIPEG CASH PRICES 19614 No. 2 Nor...192% No. 4 Nor... 174% Geo. R. Dixon PHONE 1087 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK THEDA BARA The Vampire Womin, in "THE GALLEY SLAVE'1 A SNAP IN A HOUSE! Fully-modern S-ro6meii house, car lilie, South side of city. With large barn at rear of lot. Highly "suitable for farmer with few head of stock, or anyone requir- ing stabling accomodation. handles this. Further partici'.lars from A; J. Blaclifourn'e Co. 8HAMP90IN6 AND HAIR DRESSING MASSAGING AND MANICUR- ING HAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS CHILDREN'S HAIR BOBBING __J__ The. Women's Comfort Booms bom Phone 1710 HAPLIN in "POLICE" First Time in City at Popular Prices EMPRESS THEATRE THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Northern............ No. 3 C. W.. S2H No. 3. C. W Extra 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed Xo. 3 ......110 No. 4 Rejected and Feed Flax not FUTURES Winnipeg Nov............ Dec............ May........... Dec............ May........... Flax- May.......... Dec........... May Chicago Dec........... May.......... 61 61 60% 60% .104 97 (Straight) "Per Roll (Regular Price ten cents) In Case Lots (100 Rolls) S4.75 Better buy for futOre reference as this snap can't be duplicated. J. D. Higinbotbam Co. Limited "Albsrt-i's Pioneer. Druggists." British Sailors' Relief Fund Amount previously acknowledged. Hudson's Bay Co.. acct. stick-: ers 5'i- W. D. L. Hardie 55; amount received from stickers 5tOS.S5; Daugh-i ters and Maids of England 57.50; total' 51079.30. Large Egg and Fish Shipments P Bums Co. have unloaded three carloads of eggs (1350 cases) for their local trade- also one carload of Pa- cific fish pounds.) This is art of pounds contracted for the local house for their winter equirements. For Patriotic Fund The lion, treasurer, R. J. Ritchie 'aterson, acknowledges the receipt of 5'5 from Mr. Peter Lund; from the Association of Letter Car- eers, 51-20 from Mr. C. S. Maguire, and 54.45 from Lethbridge Herald hoys. A. O. F. Meeting Court Unity, A. 0. F., will hold their monthly meeting tomorrow evening (Thursday) in Burgman's hall at 8 o'clock Business; General and initia- tion. After the meeting there will be a carpetball game between Court Star I and Court Unity. The School Children The school children will meet in the respective schools on Friday afternoon at 330 for patriotio exercises. Par- ents are invited to be present. A good program-is being prepared. Ask the children about it. No doubt the school children will be given a day next week to show what they can-do for the Patriotic Fund. Join your children in their school exercises next Friday af- ternoon. The Big Meeting Mr Fleming and Mrs. Layton have promised to sing at the big meeting in Wesley church "on Friday evening. Mr Sam Sadiwski, the talented violm- st, has promised to play. T. M. Twee- lie MPP., and A. H. Clarke, K.C..J both of Calgary, are on the program as speakers for that occasion. The church is commodious and comfort- splendid Place for you to spend an hour. This is the only pub- lic meeting ot the t miss it. JOHNGllMORgS QUAKER BREAD QUAKER BREAD IS ALLOW- ED TO RISE JUST THE RIGHT TIME. WE HAVE NO DINNERS TO GET OR COMPANY COM- ING OR CAKES TO BAKE TO INTERFERE WITH THE REGULAR WORKING OF OUR DOUGHS. THE RESULT IS THAT QUAKER BREAD IS ALWAYS THE SAME. Tke Start Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 122 191% ISoli! 135% 189% 61 U 6314 02 i 194 ii 194% 188% TUESDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES Yesterday's livestock prices were the same as those of Monday at both Chicago ami Calgary. SAIBERG GRAIN CO, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. "ALWAYS WORKING" You may make motley by let- ting us bid on your next car of wheat, barley or flax. IT COSTS YOU Our Winnipeg and Lethbridge offices represent SERVICE. "TRY US" J. H. TALLING Local Manager Office Phone 1580 Residence 572 HEATING STOVES PRICES ADVANCE IN THIRTY DAYS MAKE YOUR PURCHASE NOW Special Oak Heaters VVITH DEEP ASHPIT AND MICA OPENING Hayr Hardware Co. Phone 575 P.O. Box 275 'CALLED OLDEST MAN Indian, at 122, Works Remem- bers Back to 1810. Mexico, Nov. 7. Thin western town of Mexico claims as a resident a reputed oldest man in the. world, Jose Juan Velanrmez, an In- dian, who, according to all records available, is 122 years old. Velasquez has the agility of a mail; of less than half his years and works dally as a laborer. He possesses a remarkable memory and is familiar with happenings during the Hidalgo revolution for Mexican independence from Spain, in 1810-21. I Deposits ot silver have been found I on a farm in Oalway township, Ont. HOT FOWL SUPPER and Bazaar Will be given by the LADIES' AID at Coaldale, Friday Evening November 10th. Supper Served from 6 to 8. (Cafeteria AH Kinds of Fancy Goods for Xmas Gifts will be on sale. Also a Candy Booth in Charge of the "Big Sisters." EVERYBODY WELCOME AND A GOOD TIME FOR ALL. LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices prices Wason "rices Wheat .....176K Wheat .....168 Oats 53% Oats 5014 Iiarley 94 Barley .....83 Flax .......238 Flax .......223 LIVESTOCK P.1ICES Choice steers, 6% to fat 614 to. Select bogj, 1BC to 200 Choice killing ewes, 7ct Business Local The Children's Slmlter IB greatly in need of small children's 'clothing. Boys' clothing especially. WANTED! Teams for Hauling Grain to 9V4 miles. Wheat 8c. per bushel. Oats per bushel. Feller Farming Co., Ltd. Phone 411__________ James Richardson Sons Limited GRAIN AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS Fifty-nine years 1ri the Canadian grain trade assure you safety, nrvic'e 'and rssults on your consijni.ients. Write Grain Exchange, WINNIPEG. Sherlock Building, LETHBRIDGE AUCTION SALE TONIGHT AT 7.30 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. W. L, WILSON AUCTIONEER ;