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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta IHOTEL Q ALL AS I ' TELEPHONE 1312 CEiVTRAU CCMFORTAULC HOTEL WINDSOR They Tell the Tale , of TAYLOR MADE'' Mother's Favorite Apples, Mcintosh Hcds, in crntes, extra specip.l to clenr ........................,.......... 51.3^ Mcintosh Redo, No. Is, per cnss............ $2,60 Mcintosh Rods. No. 2s, per case ......... $2,50 Nova Scotia Blenlioims nnd Ribstona, No Is, par b,ir,-c! .................................. $5.75 No. 2s, per barrel........................$S.OO Per.rE, Winter Neliis, very fine for cntinQ. In baskets. Special, per basket................... 45c Emperor Grapes, per !b...................... 25= Cranberries, per lb...................:......25c Sweet Potatoes, 3 lbs. for .................. 25c Lemons, Jarge-slze, new stock, per dozen...,. 45c Oranges, per dozen ........... 30c, 40o and 50o California Grape Fruit, each ............... 10c Florida Grape Fruit, some arriving on Saturdaj* morning, each ............................ 16c Fresh Oysters. Solid pack, all meats. The Coast Sealed kind. We hava fresh shipments coming in regularly. tCrecm Brick Cheese. Imported, A shipment to ar- rive'on Saturday morning, per lb..........50o Ontario pheose, per lb......................30c No. 1 Candled Eggs, per dozen ............ GOc BUY VEGETABLES BY THE SACK Pot.Ttoes, good, dry mealy stock, per o-.v-t. ... $1.85 Onions, 0. C. Winter stock, 6 lbs. for ...... 25c Per cwt.................................$3.50 CEbbr.go, per cwt..........................$2.75 Carrots, per cwt...........................$2.90 Beats, per cwt............................ $2.90 Turnips, per cwt..........................$1.90 K. C. New Seasons Jams, assorted cases, 12 tins, special, per case .......................$10.25 Nelson New Seasons Jams, assorted cases, 12 tins, special, per case ...'................ $9.75 HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO BY JAMES W. GERARD The War Book of the Year. Price $2.26. THE KENNY & ALLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1487 Druggists and Statlonar* Next OaiUa H�t�l Make the MOST of the High Prices by consign-JDg Your Grain to SMiTH-MURPHY & CO. You will reallie every cent In It for you, and get yoar returns promptly. WRITE OR PH0N8 Office Phone 1313 Residence Phone 1484 N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. F.O.I{y(le^CQ. LETHBRIDGE HiGHEST PRICES PAID FOR ALFALFA HAY S TR AW OATS CHICKEN FEED POTATOES WRITE US FULL PARTICULARS. Sliainpooiug, Comb-iiig's made up, Facial Massage, ^Electrolj^sis ETC., ETC., ETC. Phone 1710 ' Hull Block Room 1 Ford Enpes REBOREO AND REAMED AND FITTED WITH OVERSIZE PISTONS. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. NIVEN BROS. , 816 Flrot Ave. S. Phone 1732 PRICES ARE FIXED BUT SERVICE IS NOT We have a branch in Lethbridge for your convenience, one in Winnipeg where your grain Is inspected and one in ^rt William where it is, unloaded. The advantage of our sixty years' experience in the Canadian Orain trade is yours when you ship your grain in our care. JAMES EICHAKDSON & SONS, LIMITED 201 Sherlock Bldg. \V. J. Lloyd, Mgr. Lethbridge Branch Phone 777 W. H. Randall, Acct. Winnipeg, Nov.,8.-Tliere was Uttle change from yesterday In the cash situation. All offerings of wheat were being taken by the  Wheat Export Company. Cash oats were in good demand for tlie better grades, with a poor demand for the lower grades. Prices l-2c to 3-4c lower. Cash barley was quiet with prices unchangsd to l-2c lower on the higher grades. Cash flax was in fair demand, hut prices were from 6c to 7c lower. Winnipeg oat futures closed 3-4c lower tor all months. Barley closed umhanged for both months. Flax closed 7 l-2c lower for November; 6 3-4c for December and 7c lower for May. ; Winnipeg Market. Oats- Open. November ... .... 69% December........ 66% May.............. 68% Barley- November ... ..... ... May............... Flax-November ... 316% December........ 295 May............ 296% Cash Prices. Gats-No. 2 C.W... 68% Extra No. 1 feed No> 1 feed. Barley-No. 3 ......120% No.. 4 ......114 Rejected and feed ...........>.105 Flax-No. 1 N.W.C..................313 No. 2 C.W.. .306 No. 3 C.W.. .295 Chicago Chicago, Nov 8.-Close. Corn, No. 2 yellow, 219; No. 3 yellow, nominal; No. 4 yellow, SI 5. Oats, No. 3 white 60 1-2 to 61; standard, 61 to 61 1-4. Minneapolis Minneapolis, Nov. 8.-Com, No. 3 yellow 220 to 220 1-2. Oats, No. 3 white, 59 to 59 1-4.' New York New York, Nov. 8.-Closing sales: C. P. R., 133 5-8; U. S. Steel, 90 1-4; U. S. Steel, preferred, 109. Russian bonds dropped on the curb to the lowest points ever recorded; Russian exchange was at a new discount. Ital-I ian exchange was the weakest since I the war, and Libertl 3 1-2's were not j : exempt from the onslaught on prices. I : declining to the new minimum of � I9D.40. 64% Close 68% 65% 67% 119 120 309 288% 290 No. 3 C.W... 66% ............. 65% No. 2 feed.. 61% Minered on Nature's Aid This oil is crystal white, odorless and tasteless. It has been recommended by leading physicians as a safe end reliable oure for constipation. It lubricates the Intestinal tract and gives relief without any III after effects. A teaspoonful to a tablespoon-ful, according to age, will rogu-late your system in four or five days. It cannot harm-as it merely aids nature in performing her work. .$1.00 bottle Tlie Red Cross Dng & Book Co., Linitei We are In the market now, as always, for BALED HAY AND POTATOES. Let us know when you will be ready to ship. FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED Special Work of all IrJads in tin and sheet metal can be ordered here with full confidence that It will be satisfactory. No matter what It is, if It's tin or sheet metal for anything In or on the house from root to cellar we are prepared to undertake tha work at a reasonable price with a guarantee of satisfaction. The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA iREHOSPimSFOR soLoesiyiBEm Ottawa, Nov. 8.-The president of the military hospitals CGmu].i3.'iJ.,'ji says that it would be premature at the present time to make any announcs-ment resarding the location of hospitals in Alberta, but that ample accommodation Is being made for returned soldiers. The president of the commission was questioned today, regarding the rumor in circulation now that a convalescent- hospital would bo erected at Sarcee Camp. * lyiowers' Auto Livery Day and Night Service. Stand at White Lunch Phone 1127 Truss Comfort (You will appreciate the pleasing appearance and correctly-tempered springs that characterize our NON-ABSORBENT TRUSSES the kind that do not rust, that can bo worn with as much comfort when bathing as when on the street-trusses that will last a lifetime with proper care, tba! are not affected by heat, cold or perspiration. That's the kind of a truss via offer you, and we go further than that-we guarantee them to satisfy you. Also a full line of abdominal supporters, body belts, shoulder braces, crutches and elastic hosiery-at most reasonable prices. J. D. liiginbothaoi & Co �� Limiied - "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists" Wholesale and' Retail Chemists. TELEPHONE No. 322 r Superior Supply Co. 2nU Ave. 81 and 13th Street. MINING, BUILDIhi'G& BAILWAir SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT jr,UDHOPE ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS . GANG RL0W8 SULKIES 'fORD TRACTOR ATTACH. BUGGIES . . MENT8. DEMOCRATS , AUTO TRAILERS / CULTIVATORS BINQCR ENGtriEC �h . PHONE 1725-TAKE A BLyEi LINE CAR COAL FOR SALE By Carload DOWSLEY LAND AGENCY PHONE 1809 OUR BEST AD. IS NEVER PRINTED. You're It! WESTBROOK BROS. THE SANITARY SHOP On 6th Street 8, Off 3rd Ave. Opposite Bank of Montreal. (Formerly Barbers for W. A Ott.) GLASS BIG STOCK. ALL SIZES. GET OUR PRICES. Sash & Door Factory ason & Risch Limited Balmoral Block Lethbridge Victrolas, Victor Records, Vicl-Ins, Accordions, Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise. Mail Orders Given Careful Attentlofi. PHONE o 5 2 S Trrmii ii i i i|ii|iMn jCITY AND DISTRICT] Coutts Visitors. Mr. Geo. H. Ross and Mr. Frank AVild of CouttB are in the city today. Claresholm Man Wounded, "W. J. McKenzie, Claresholm, Alta, Is In the lists today as wounded. City Pay Day Saturday, Nov. 10th, ia the monthly pay day for all city employees. Cheq-'ues are paid out from 9 a.m. to 1 Ji.m. and from 2 p.m. to G p.m. New Church Official J. A. Pozard, 610 Iflth St. N., has been electg^d financial secretary of the First Baptist congrosatlon and will attend to all financial matters of the church. Thanks For Gift. .The Great War Veterans ncknow-, ledge with thanks tlie receipt of ?24 'from the Fortnightly Jlusic Ciub be-! Ing part of the proceeds from the Hol-i linshead concert at -Starland on Sun-,day evening last. Sheep Sales. The P. Burns Co., Lethbridge, took over 16 cars of wethers last week. These were taken from the bands belonging to John I. Chipman, R. Neil. Tennant and Buckley, J. 0. Miner and Great and, Colpman. Gunner McLean in Hospital. Archibald McLean this morning received .word that his son, Gunner Thos. Alexander McLean, had been the the victim of a Hun gas shell ami is now in the hospital. Gunner McLean was put out of action on October 30th. Alex, as hij was known to everybody in' the city, v/as a driver for the late Jas. Asbcroft for many years and enlisted witli Lsthbridgfi's first battery early Ir,. the war. He has many relatives in the city. Police Report. The quarterly report of the city police department v.'hich was laid before the city council at this week's meeting shows only 21 cases in the three months arising from liquor.- In all there were 103 convictions out of 119 cases and total flnos collected were ?2050. ot which �1280 went to the city and ?.7G0 to the province. Among the cases were* Aliens neglecting to report, 10; infractions o� the motor vehicles act, 3D; drunk.s, 12; permitting tlruiikennes.s, 1; unlawful possession o? liquor, G; gambling, G, There were during iho period jiino men in the dcpartmeut of whom four did dual duty as policemen a;;d firo-! men. Retail Clerks to Meet. The retail clerks associatfon will hold an important meeting tonight at the Trades Temple to consider tho Factory Act. Ail members of the association are urged to attend. A Mystery The provincial and city police horn are endoavoriug to solve a mystery which has baffled the police officers oE the north for some time. Soma weeks ago Mary Ann Congdon of Edmonton disappeared ono night after nllonding a meeting in the Baptist I church. Not a trace of hor has been found. It Is believed she has been abducted and the provincial government has advertised a reward oC ?1,000 to persons lurnialilng a correct cluo. Tho local A. P. P. have'their eyes busy all the time endeavoring to locate her. There Is som^ suggestion that she ma\- have jumped from the high level bridge -at Edmoijton as hor purse is understood to lia.vo been found on tho bridge, but the river has yielded up no proof of this theory. ANNOtJNCEjVIENTS 'The llaygrowers Hall Co. are holding a masquerade ball on Friday. November 9th In their hall at Coal-dale. 279-2 increase of about 28 per cent. Tills week's tigurea are tho second liighest in the history of the, city, having been exceeded once during October, 1917. ANTED A few carloads ot good hay for prompt shipment. Advise quality and quantity and when delivery can be made. SAUNDERS HAY & GRAIN CO, 1221 Second Ave. S. Phone 732 JOHN MURRAY DRAYING OF ALL KINDS COAL ORDERS PHONE 3C2 The Ancient Order of Foresters wish to announpc that their dance tomorrow evening will be by invitation only. The ladies of the G. T. A. ai'e hobl-I ing their bazaar Saturday afternoon at 2 p.m. in Kcitli's confectionery ' store. Thei-e will be a nice solection of fancy work, plain and f.-incy aprons, ' bags, caps, also children's romporK, dresses and underwear- and liomo cooking and 'home-made candy. Tho drav/lng for the cuRhion and shawl will take place about five o'clock. 27S-3 BANK CLEARINGS Bank clearings for the Vveek ending today were ?l,'J5r),S12 as against .'jl,0i)S,701 for the corre.-sponding week a year ago, an Books Worth Having "'POEMS OF THE GREAT WAR." "CONAN DOYLE'S SECOND YEAR OF THE WAR." "MY FOUR YEARS IN GERMANY," BY GERARD. "ANNE'S HOUSE OF DREAMS" .'-'MY UNKNOWN CHUM." Robertson's Book Store 118 5th St. S. Phone 1265 Earl Standing Home Lance Corp. Earl Standing. M.M., returned to tlie city on Tuesday af-^ tornoon and will be home for a couple ,'of weeks on furlough. Lance Corp. � .Standing is another of the Lotlibr'dge I contingcn!- to receive the military medal for bravery in tlio field. , He was wiUi tlie Canadian.? at VImy � Ridge and it was thore that hi.s good ' work caught tlio eye of Iho superior officers and ho was rocommendeil for . the medal v.hich Ito now proudly � v/ears. Corp. Standing wa.s v,'lth the 51st battalion. Mr. Itennard who went over with the 20th battery also returned homo on Tuesday, and It. An-drew.s of the 82nd rotunied yesterday. WE WILL HA\4E SOPv-IE CHOICE GEEF FROM THE TAYLOR . RANCH FOR WEIDNEGDAY AND THURODAY. .PEIZ1'> STUFF rhone 452 / Opposite Dallas Hotel 4^ C. E. Society Christian Church The Young People's Society of tho Christian Church has taken ,on new life after the- usual summer vacation. They began by giving a Hallowe'en Social in the cliurch, inviting tho C. B. society of the United church ot i North Lethbridge to join with them in j tho evening's fesMvities. They expect I before the winter is over to put on an i entertainment of home talent and oth-er features of some special and benefit to the church. All young people who are not attending elsewhere are invited to join. WE HAV& ENLARGED OUR GTOf^E AND WILL CARRY THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE STA'TIOI-sJERY AND FURNITURE IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. WATCH FOR OUR SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT LATER. THE NEW EDISON AND THE AMBEROLA Full range of instruments and records always kept In stock. Come In and hear these instruments. Assiniboia Music Co., Ltd. "Everything Musical" 315 6th Street S. Phone 1545 Remember the Address. - Any Golf Clwb in oor stock', $1.75. Not a tliib in the lot^vortli less than $2.75. Balls at 25 per cent discount. Step Lively. CONSUMERS' HARDWARE CO. ;