Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
DAILY HERALD HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN COMFORTABLE HOTEL WINDSOR Beit a Day Hotel in Alberta Pride of Alberta A Maid Fit for a Queen Taylor Made Mother's Favorite. A Shipment of Pure White Clover Ontario Honey Will Arrive This Week In 10 Ib. Pails, per pail hi 5 Ib. Pails In, Pint Jars, per jar 1.00 40c. and Gano GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WATERMAN'S FOUNTAIN PENS We hai-e a particularly fine assortment of Waterman s Pens. No matter how fussy you are we can suit you THE KENNY ALLOJ CO, Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. To Lovers of' Green_Tea_i We have a Few Pounds of TETLEYSSOc GREEN TEA, which we will Sell .for Only a tew pounds left at this Price TICKNER CO, 204 Thirteenth St. S. (Opposite Ellison Mills) And You Are Sure.of Satisfactory Service, for we are building out business by Phone, and have some of the Most Particular People in the City, as our customers try our and you will be pleased too. Our ME Alb are unexcelled. THE ALBERTA MEAT MARKET PHONE 492 THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED MEAT MARKET IN THE CITY Xov was a market today which lie- I velo'ieu a "late weakness due to a ms- i oncculiuivc trade, ia i mon l" there was a rush of buying on 1 "'floor on the belief that tne rovernmenl iieent would step m and bnv usual. This pushed wheat .in uWlv lour cents, but the agent I "teall of buving. sold a little, and realizing sales, helped with a small amount of hedging sales, to break at almost to the previous closing .ea The volume of trade was neavv'nn a broad, active market. The in'eresi'nc news was light: The tea- "n reof the trade was the big volume business in course grains In the nornliiB the exporters bought he.ii- nuts which encouraged specu- lative biiving. In flax the crashers were fair "buyers, and speculative buy- I i ing also helped. 9 I trade was poor. Xos. 1 and S others dull. Deliveries E 500 bushels of wheat. slumped E- with a poor demand. Barley was oft }i and flax was indifferent. WINNIPEG CASH PRICES 1 Hi Vo. 1 Xor...201V 1 Xo. 3 XOT...191-. No. 5 Xortheru Xo '2 C. TV........... Xo. 3 C. txtra I Fetil Xo. 1 Feed Xo. Feed Barley- Xo. 1 X. L. C........ No. 2 C. -TV........... j FUTURES i Winnipeg 'Xov............. 2 ;Dec.......... May......... K I1 Dec.......... 1 May......... Flax- Dec.......... May......... Dec. Dec.......... ijlay......... New Fiction of Popular Writers Rhymes of a Red Cross Man. By Bobert Service Xo. '2 Xor.. Xo. 4 Nor. The World for Sale By Gilbert Parker Gilded Vanity By Richard Dohan Dokeen and The Scnti- ment Bloke. C. J. Dennis Kitchener's Mob By Xorman Hall The Fifth Wheel Olive Hlgsins Prouty just how good a cook you are, unless you have used Milk River. Nov. a Conser- vative convention for the provincial ridin- of Warner here on Saturday afteruoon Henry Teimnnt. the well known Cotitts rancher, was chosen to contest the seat. J. McKnlght was also nominated but withdrew. E. -Mi- chencr. JI.I'.P.. leader or the provin- cial Conservatives. S. B. Hillocks, M. p P -uiJ W. S. Ball of Lethbridge, were present and addressed the dele- sates. JOHN GllMORgj QUAKER BREAD QUAKER BREAD IS AL- WAYS CLEAN, SWEET AND DAINTY. TlkE FLAVOR IS THE FLAVOR OF GOOD SOUND FLOUR PROPERLY MIXED WITH THE BEST OF INGRED- IENTS, WELL KNEADED FERMENTED TO JUST THE RIGHT POINT AND WELL BAKED IN A BRICK OVEN HEATED TO 550 DEGREES. THE RESULT IS A WHOLE- SOME FLAVOR, The Red Cross Drag Baok Co., Limited PHONE 555. 104% 67'J BS'i '273% Sachet of HORSES AT and Lethbridge Sale Feed Barn On THURS., NOVEMBER 16th AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP 50 Mares ami GeldingH. All broken. Three cUfht years old. Weight 1100 to 1500 Ibs. Cows and Heifers. Two Fresh Cows. EVERYTHING WILL BE SOLD AS THE OWNER IS GIVING UP FARMING. TERMS CASH: J. A. AUCTIONEER LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Track prices Oats 53% Barley Flax .......2ati TVheat 1 Oats Barley Flax 56 .239 Mason Risch Limited aalrr.oral Block Lethbridge Victrclas, Victor Records, Viol- ins, Accprdeons Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise. Mai Orders Given Careful Attention. SHAMPOOING AND HAIR "DRESSING MAESACl.NG AND MANICUR- ING HAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS CHILDREN'S' HAIR' BOBBING Tilt- Women's Comfort Kooins Room 1, Hull Block. Phone 1710 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 5% to fat cows Select 'hogs, ISO to 200 Ibs., Choice killing ev.es, jc. Evangelistic Services Yesterday afternoon at the. White's school house Evangelist Barton con- cluded-hTs special two weeks' caw- Great interest has been mani- fested by the people of the whole in the good work that has been golliB on. the people driving miles night after night to at- tend" the services, and quite a number have the proud distinction of no', missing a service dill-ing the Lv-o weeks. This alone expresses the high estimation of the people of White.'.! j district for Evangelist Carton. :'u'si livening in Westminster church .'t'.e evangelist was greeted j. .splendid audience, words ot I. K Oliver as special representative !ol the Patriotic Fund of the U-c-re splendidly augmented by .Mr. n-uton, who has given much time to special work for the Patriotic-work of our province. ANNOUNCEMENTS The Children's Shelter Is greatly in Ineeil of small cliildren's- dothing. Hoys' clothing especially. ha 505. Residence phones: Of. Camp- 1358; Dr.. Hoy COS; Dr. Cragg 11203. We have a very com- plete line of the "worth while" fumcs. piver's (Paris) Roger 4 Gallet's (Paris) Godet's (Paris) GrossmKh's" (London) Crown Perfumery Co.'s (London) Hudnut's (Mew York) Harmony (Boston) Prices from 75c to an ounce. J.D. "Alberto's Pioneer The____ Whoieialo and retail TELEPHONE NO. 322 WANTED YOUR FURNACE TO REPAIR CITY AND DISTRICT Moose, to Meet The regular meeting of the Loyal Order of Moose will be held Tuesday evening, when new candidates will be initiated.. Funeral of infant The funeral of Helen Hargreaves, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H Hargreaves of Kipp, was held this afternoon at two o'clock to the pub- lic cemetery. Rev. J. B. Francis ofll- j dating. Fancy Figures carload of wheat purchased the latter part" of the week from a Milk tiiver farmer by the Ellison Milling Co. netted the farmer 53100 on track at that point. 1 Renovate Boys' Department The Boys' Department of the Y.M. C A. is being renovated. A few wall pictures to brighten up and some il- lustrated magazines would be very ac- ceptable, ami the boys would call for them if some of the friends would kindly donate. Phone the secretary, 547. "Everywoman" Coming D Bradford, general advertising manager for Henry W. Savage's im- mense production of i was in the city today. Mr. Bradtord is arranging details with Manager Brown tor the appearance of the pro- duction at the Majestic next Monday. Accidental Death The jury holding an into the death "of C. flost. the miner who was killed in the North American Collieries on FiTday. returned a ver-, diet of accidental death. The funeral was held yesterday afternoon at 2.30 from Fetterly's undertaking parlors I to the public cemetery, Rev. Mr. Ba- ter officiating. Many members of the Miners' Union attended. Coal Very Scarce With zero weather over the whole of .Vlberta, Saskatchewan and Mani- toba, the orders for coal aro uouring 111 on the mining companies here to- day There are orders for hundreds of cars waiting to be filled, and the coal operators admit the outlook is serious. Two weeks of the present weather would almost completely de- plete the reserve supply which deal- ers have endeavored to pile up this summer. At Maclood today there is not a pound of coal to be bought. PRICES WILL ADVANCE; IN THIRTY DAYS MAKE YOUR PURCHASE NOW Special Oak Heaters WITH DEEf ASHPIT AND MICA OPENING S1Q.J50J14.50 Hayr Hardware Co. Phone 575 P. O. Box 275 DELICIOUS "HOME MADE" PEANUT fcutter 3Oc ife Geo. Dixon Cu., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK Five 78th Recruits Funeral of Mrs. Fames The funeral of the late .Mrs. Geo. Fames took place oh Saturday from the family residence to Westminster church where the service was held hy iiev J H. Francis. The deceased was. I a resident of the city for seven years, land is survived by the husband and daughter The many beautiful floral tributes showed the. esteem In which she was held: Gates Ajar from Fara- ilv pillow, employees of No. 6 Gait mine: spray. Mrs. Alt. Davis. Mr and .Mrs R. Clayton, Mr. and Mrs. Allen j Kerr and family, Mr. and Mrs. (leo. i Kerr. Mr. Andrew Kerr. Mr. am Mrs. mark Is being left, behind. Lifol. week live new recruits wore tanen on. These were: II. Husband, l-ethbrhlge; Graham, W. R. Brooks. ...c- dicino Hat, am; ,1. It. McKay, Warner. The unit needs about 200 men yet will be glad to receive the applica- tion- of intending recruits. The bar- rack's here are considered the best In the province and recruits can be as- snred comfortable quarters to? win- ter training. ken. Mrs. -Washbrook and family, Westminster Ladies' Aid, 'Mr. and Mrs Fairhurst and family. Mr. and Mrs. James Held. The pall bearers wore Messrs. David Aitken. Allen Kerr. Andrew Kerr. A. Ourr, Tlllleck, Geo. Taylor. That's all our "home made" Peanut Butter costs and it's both delicious and nutritious. Your boys and girls will enjoy your bread use this delicacy. Everybody likes it and see how economical its use will enible you to be. There is nothing more "tasty" than good fresh peanut butter. And there are so many tempting ways to serve it, that it never grows tiresome. ONE SMALL JAR OF PEANUT BUTTER 'is EQUAL TO TWELVE EGGS IN FOOD VALUE. TEN-CENTS WORTH OF PEANUT BUTTER WILL PUR- CHASE MORE THAN TWICE THE PROTEIN AND SIX-TIMES THE ENERGY THAT COULD BE BOUGHT FOR THE SAME EXPENDITURE FOR PORTERHOUSE STEAK. information given above, talUn fronvU. S. Government Reports. Bulletin No. 332. only 3Qc a FROM Only One "8HOMO QUININE" To get the genuine, call for full name LAXATIVE HHOMO QUININE. Look for signature ot m W. Grove. Cjircs a Cold In Ono Day. I T. H. Keith MANUFACTURER OF DELICIOUS POPCORN AND CANDY THIRD AVENUE- I BESIDE P. BURNS CO.