Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN .CENTRAL COMFORTABLE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beit a Day Hotel in RUBBER SPONGES A Few Specials For The, Week End At Good's APPLES MclNTOSH REDS. No. 1 Per box MclNTOSH REDS. Economy Crates. Spec'at GOPOD BOOKING' box CRANBERRIES. 2 pounds for DILL PICKLES. Quart jars, per jar DILL PICKLES. Gallon jars, per jar 5 SWEET POTATOES. pounds for HOME MADE HORSE RADISH. Pint jars Special per jar MINCEMEAT. In bulk. 2 pounds for MINCEMEAT. In 4 pound tins, per tin CAMEMBERT CHEESE. Per tin OLIVES. In bulk. Per pint OLIVES. In 1 gallon glass. Per gallon RODGERS- GOLDEN SYRUP. In quart glass. Per quart 350 FRESH CIDER. Per quart ZSc ORANGES. Per dozen 40c and 50c 70c 70c LEMONS. Per dozen PEANUT BUTTER. In bulk. Per pound...... BLEACHED SULTANA RAISINS. New stock. SULTANA AND WAL- NUT CAKE. Per pound DUTCH T. RUSKS. Per pound packages..... GINGER SNAPS. Special, 2 pounds EMPEROR GRAPES. Per pound COMB HONEY. Per section WHITE CLOVER HONEY. In 1 pint sealers CLOVERDALE SAUSAGE. Very fine. In one pound cartons. Per pound COOKED HAM. Per pound ROAST PORK. Per pound PUMPKIN. Per pound HUBBARD SQUASH. Per pound CELERY. 3 pounds for HEAD LETTUCE AND CAULIFLOWER ARRIVE FOR SATURDAY. 40c 16c 25c 20c 26c 40c -40c 40c 05c 05c 25c TO THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES While They Last, 50c Rubber Sponges for Here's vour chance to get a fine quality rubber sponge at a very low price Come early. They will not last long. THE KENNY TALLIN CO, Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. K. C. JAMS We have just received a fresh shipment of this high grade jam. In same flavors, but the price is a the quality- makes it well worth the extra money." Raspberry 85e Gooseberry Strawberry 83c plum 75c Blackcurrant Peach 75c Apricot 8Dc TICKNER CO. 204 Thirteenth St. S. (Opposite Ellison Mills) FOR 1 Taylor Safe; 1 "Ox- bridge Piano: 1 Ham Slicing Machine: 1 No 11 Remington Typewriter; 2 Pair Computing Scales, 24 and 30 Ihs; All in good shape and all bargains. City Second Hand Store, 406 5th St. S. Phone 1428. 1 FOR SAbB Owner of lots 25 and 27, Block S ttosedale Division, Leth- bridge wants to sell for ?175.00. Paid 1260.00. Reply to Box 6, Lethbridge Herald. 2SO'2 er. FOR Two lots, ulocU 26. b> car line and Fleetwopd school. High dry and good location. Eidiculouslv cheap for cash. Terras considered. Cleear title. Box' 9; 'Herald. iSO-G NOMINEE AT OKOTOKS Okotoks. Nov. a con- vention of the Liberals of the provincial riding of Okotoks, held here today. Angus MclnT. tosh, of DC Winton. was nomin- ated to contest the next pro- vincial election. FillERl Goldfish FREE Fred W. Downer this morning re- ceived word from the record office that his son. Corp. Fred Downer of the 39th Battery, had been wounded, n-kj. the first official information, re- ceived. Fred is now in No: 6 General Hospital at Rouen suffering from gun- shot wound in the head, received on October 31st. Phone 364 MARKETS WILL NOT OPPOSE MARTIN Hegina, Sask., Nov. nominating convention of the local Conservative party was held here tonight, and after three hours' deliberation decid- ed that they would not put a candidate into the field at the forthcoming bye-election aaainst premier Martin. Edison phonograph, with number of first class records. This is a good machine and will sell at ex- actly naif coat'. You will -buy ibis- machine when you hear it. 617 10th Streets. The Children-'s -Shelter is greatly in need oi small children's clothing. Boys' clothing especially. Drs. Deyeber, Campbell. Roy and have moved into their offices over the Royal' Bank Bldg, office phone 505 Residence phones: Dr. Camp- bell 1358; Dr. Roy. 609; Dr. Cragg IMS. PREPARE TO MEET THY GOD. Amos a Christian. I will be glad -to correspond with any anxious nquirer seeking 'salvation. Address John Rae, U35 13th St. N., Lethbridge. 273-6 Winnipeg. Man.; Nov. Two dollar wheat became a reality when a local firm bought from a brok- erage concern five thousand bushels of November wheat at that price. Prom the morning, wheat looked strong, chiefly on reports of big ex- port business during the week. There was only one trade at that price re- corded and it brought out a rush of realizing sales, but wheat never looK- cd weak. The buying was of an excel- en character during the day and the volume of trade heavy. Most of the speculative interests still believe in ligher prices. The cash market was completely demoralized. No. 1 sold at over-November during the day but when the high mark was touched wheat was hard either to buy or sell. Oats were, .in good demand, barley was Strong with flax fair. WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat: No 1 Nor.. .2.00% No. 2 Nor.. .1.96% No. 3 No. 4 Nor...173% liAND FOR On crop payment. A few sections of tie choicest im- proved land in. the Spring 'Coulee dis- trict for sale on crop payment to res- ponsible parties "with equipment. An also desirous of getting' a few genuine bargains in good Southern Alberta farms for selling in Spokane this win- ter. Write me what you have. Geo. B .Thompson, Spring Coulee, Alberta. i trained nurse with baljy wants position ..where, duties would not be too heavy. Apply Box 19 Herald.___________________ 2SO'a chambermaid for Ar Itagton Hotel. On Saturday Watch for our an- nouncement in Fri- day's Herald, a n d learn how to secure two fine Gold Pish in a glass globe Free oi: Cost, Tke Red Cross Drug Back Co., Limited PHONE, 555. New7 York, Xov.. return show that Hughes has a lead of SJ in Minnesota from 2.813 out of precincts, it is said that the -Minn sota result may rest with the 2.K votes cast by the state guardsme serving on the Mexican border, and may be a week before these are r corded officially. In California Wi son has a lead of 3.870 from 5.561 pr cincts out of and his manage appear confident he will hold the stal by a small margin. LAND FOR SALE Quarter section, .east of Barons. ?10.0Q per acre. Good terms. have several good stock ranches in the Calgary district, cheap. Improved Farms for sale on crop payment. No cash required if you have equipment. "We have customers who will pay cash for improved farm of 640 to 1000 acres. Give full particulars. J. HARRIS t COMPANY Farm Lands Lethbridge Phone 1412 NORTH TRADING GO. PHONE Week End Cash Specials 20 Ib. Sack of B. C.-Sugar and 1 Ib. Blue Ribbon Tea... B. C. Sugar, per 20 Ib. tack Scout Brand Sardines in oil, 3 tins for 25c Hood Rolled Oats. 8 Ib. bags.................... 40c St. Charlet. Milk, Corn, Peas and Beans, 2 tins 25e Weston't Sodat in tins, ea... 30c In'cardboard box 25c Apples for eating or cooking, .5 pounds 2Rc box Cranberries, per pound 16c Emperor Grapes, per pound 20c New Currants, 1 pkgs. for 35c New Seeded and Seedless Raisins. Per pkg.......... '5c Bleached Sultanas, per Ib... 2uc Lobsters, per half pound tin 30c Powders, 3 pkgs....... 25c Roger's Syrup1 in glass seal- ers, per jar 35c Egg Noodles. A delicious breakfast food, 2 pkgs. 25c Creamettes, 2 pkgs. for 25c Creamery Butter ..........40c Please Note: Sugar delivered only with other groceries. ,WE ARE ALSO PROPRIETORS OF SUflNA MERCANTILE CO. No. a Nor. Oats: Xo. 2 C. W.................. No. 3 C. W................... Estra 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 2 Barley: No. 3 ......113 No. 4 Rejected Feed Flax: No. 1 N. C. W................ No. 2 C. W.................. WINNIPEG FUTURES Winnipeg Wheat: Xov............. Dec............. 185% May............ Dec..........-... 62% May 64U Flax- Dec....... 256 May............ Dee............. 193% .May............ 1S4V4 Dec............. 18V May............ 185 65% 64 64 .106 99 199J8 193 194T4 Sachet Powder We Iiave a very com- plete line of the "worth while" per- fumes. Piver's- (Paris) Roger Godet's (Paris) Grossmith's (Londfln) Crown Perfumery Co.'s (London) Hudnut's (New York) Harmony (Boston) Prices from 75c to an ounce, J. D. Higinbotham Co. Pioneer Tke Wholeiale and retail chemliti TELEPHONE NO. 322 Mother's Helps JOHNGlLMORgS QU.AKER BREAD LETHBRIDGE HAS THE BEST BAKERY, THE CLEAN- EST BAKERY, THE BEST BREAD AND THE CHEAPEST BREAD OF ANY CITY IN WES- TERN CANADA. THE REPU- TATION OF QUAKER BREAD IS NOT CONFINED TO THE CITY ONLY. IT IS PROVINCE WIDE. The annual meeting of the Let bridge branch of the Canadi Bible Society was held in t lecture room of 'Knox church on Tin day evening. Rev. G. H. Cobbled! spoke briefly on the work of the f ciety in furnishing bibles for the m sions and for the soldiers; the society has ministered especially to soldiers in hospital besides giving a copy of the scriptures to every man in the war. Increased funds are needed be- cause of the large expense incurred in this way and it is hoped that the people of Lethbridge will be very gen- erous in their response to the collec- tors who will make their rounds this week and next. The city has been divided into districts and collectors have been appointed by the different churches. Rev. G. H. Cobbledick was elected president for tho coming year and Rev, W. F. Burns secretary-treas- urer. The depository for this district is in Jackson's drug store. HEAim STOVES PRICES WILL ADVANCE IN THIRTY DAYS MAKE YOUR PURCHASE NOW Special Oak Heaters WITH DEEP ASHPIT AND MICA OPENING S8.SO S14.50S18.50 Hayr Hardware Co. P.O. Box 275 189% WEDNESDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES native beef. to J12.05; western steers, ?6.70 to j J10.10; hogs, selects. ?3.25 to 510.80; i sheep, wethers, to ?8.75; lambs, to Sll.aO. I butcher, to 50; hogs, selects. to ?10.aO; j Isheep, wethers, .57.50 to ?8.75; lambs i 59.50. Mason Risch Limited Balmoral Block Lethbridge Victroias, Victor, Records, Viol- ins. Accordeons Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise. Mall Orders Given Careful Attention. Berlin, Nov. 9. Chancellor Von Bethmann-Hollweg. announced today that after the ending of the war Ger- many would co-operate in an endeavor to find a practical means for procur-; ing a lasting peace by means of an in- j :ernational league. CITY AND DISTRICT Fowl Supper t Tile Coaldale Ladies' Aid are .hold-1 ing a fowl supper on Friday evening. C. O. F. Meeting The regular meeting of the C. O. F. will be held in the' K. of P. hall at 8 p.m., tonight. .Members don't forget. Visiting brothers welcome. Carpet Ball Meeting The carpet hall league will meet tomorrow night at 8 p.m. in Moose Hall for the purpose of arranging a schedulei All representatives must be present, as play commences Fri- day, Nov. 17th. Gen. Crulkshanks Here: Brigadier General Cruikshanks, G.O. 0. Military District No. 13, arrived in the city last night and spent the day at Henderson Park barracks on a tour of inspection. LOCAi; MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Track prices Waao Uvheat .....182 Wheat Oats 57 Oats Darley 97 Barley Klax .......2-12% Flax 173 53V4 87, 230 LIVESTOCK PBlCrS Choice steers, 5% to 614; fat to Select hogs; 160 "to 200 Ins., Choice killing ewes, 7c. WANTED! YOUR FURNACE TO REPAIR Geo. K. Dixon Co., PHONE 10F.7 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK Carl Stettler Visitor Carl Stettler, the man after whom the town of Stelller is named; was in the city last night on his way to Montana, where he has interests. It Is likely that he will take up his resi- dence there. Organize Naval Recruiting The naval recruiting campaign for Alberta will be organized at a meet- ing to ho held in Calgary on Friday. K. II. Wilson, secretary for Leth- Iiridge, will attend. UNDER THE AUSPICES IN ANNOUNCEMENT Now meat market at 13th St N" Next to Peoples' Store. 'i Demers, Projrtetor, 280-2 Local Man Returning II. Drown, of Lethbridge, is slated in dispatches lo be one of a party of i war veterans who are returning from I the front on Friday. This is believed I to bo H. J. Brown, who enlisted from Jierc with tho 31st battalion. dey-'Church Friday, November the AT EIGHT SPEAKERS: v T.M. K.C., Calgary SOLiSISTS: MRS LAYTON, MR. FLEMING VIOLINIST: MR. SAM SAOOWSKI Is the first, last and only big public'meeting of the cam- naien for Patriotic Funds. Come and hear the issues. Get the fit and be prepared lo do your duty. Help the campaign commit- lii to Hem! a mcasagc to the boys and men overseas that Will re- assure "hem of our continued Interest in the welfare of the mothers, wives and children at homo. MARRIAGE At Medicine Hat, November sin. by Rev. J. W. Morrow, of St. John prnlivHterian Church. Elizabeth Coch- of Hamilton, Ont, to Houert Mercer, oM-ethbridge, Alia., formerly of Hamilton, Ontario. Hamilton pap- ers please copy.- MONTREAL JUDGE DEAD Montreal, Nov. John Dunlop, of the supreme court, and of Ihc admiralty division .of the ex- chequer court qt Canada, died today after an iilntijis of only fl fevt days; Judge Tjiinlop was about 72 years old and had presided over many at the famous cftuea.