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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTE L_DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN "CENTRAL COMFORTABLE LETHBRIDGE jjAnjTHERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beit 5 a Day Hotel ir. Alberta A Shipment of Pure White Clover Ontario Honey Will Arrive This Week In 10 Ib. pail In 5 Ib. Pails In Pint Jars, per jar 1.00 40c. Also two carloads of Winter Apples to arrive about Wednesday, all vanehe. These area few of the varieties which we are geMmg-Jonathan Rome Beauty Wageners, Yellow Newtons, Wne.ap., Winter Bananas,, Golden, and Gano HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WATERMAN'S FOUNTAIN PENS We have a particularly fine assortment of Waterman s Fountain Pens. No matter how fussy you. are we can suit you THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. To Lovers _pf_Green_Tea2 We have a Few Pounds of TETLEY'SSOc GREEN TEA, which we will Sell lor 40c per Ib. Only a few pounds left at this Price TICKNER CO. 204 Thirteenth St. Ellison Mills) Phone 364 Dec.........- i May I Chicago 4 Xor...l73 ___' .105 Xo. 2 Nor No [i Winnipeg Cash Quotation I ,i Xo. 1 Nor... 100VJ jiXo. 3 No 6 Xorthern S j Oats- Xo. 2 C. Estra Xo. 1 Feet 'i, Xo. 3 i- Flax 31 No. i x. c. Xo. -2 C. W..... And You Are Sure of Satisfactory Service, for we are building our business by Phone, and have some of the Most Particular People in the City, as our customers try our phone service, and you will be pleased too. Our MEATS are unexcelled. THE ALBERTA MEAT MARKET PHONE 492 THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED' MEAT MARKET IN THE CiTY LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Track frizes Wheat .....ITU Oats 57'-; Barley Wheat Oats Barley Flax We have just received a splen- did !.3t of these goods and mostly at old prices so that these will NOT BE GOING UP. Tobacco Pouches 50c Tobacco Pouches, rubber lined ..................S'-25 Handkerchief Holders Glove Folders ............51.25 Hand Bags ...............S1-25 Squaw Bags ..............S1-25 Post Card 75c Snap Shot Albums 35c to Necktie Racks 60c Arm Purses for Soldiers 75c Money Belts for Soldiers, ..51.00 and ..................51-50 The Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited Calwry. Xov. di- rectors or the United Farmers and the Alberta Co-operative Elevator company, are in ses- sion here today. It is likely that the place at which the next convention will bo held will be deckled at this meeting. Lethbridge. which was decided on er.rly this year, being unable to supply the necessary accom- modation. Directors of the elevator company are discuss- ing tho reports which are to be presented to the annual meet- ing of that concern. RUSSIANS RETIRE Berlin. Xov. forces have retired from the Cyergyo moun- tains, in northern Transylvania, to the Rumanian frontier, as the result of German and Austro-Hungarmn i tacks, says today's statement. South of Tulghes Pass, the statement says. Bavarian and Austro-1-Iungarlan bat- talions made progress despite the tena- iCious defence cit the Kumanians. JOHN GlLMORgS QUAKER BREAD QUAKER BREAD IS AL- WAYS CLEAN. SWEET AND DAINTY. THE FLAVOR IS THE FLAVOR OF GOOD SOUND FLOUR PROPERLY MIXED WITH THE BEST OF INGRED- 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. NINTH AVENUE NORTH. W. HOPKINS. Prop. LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 5% to fiVi; fat cows to 5H- Select hogs, 150 to 200 Ibs., OVi- Choice killing ewes, Tc. RUBBER MARKET AN EXCEPTION TO RULE BLADES AUCTION SALE TOMORROW, WED: NIGHT AT 7.30 SHARP At Wilson's Auction Rooms, 12J 5th St. S. Consisting., of Dry Cioods. Sinallwares, Boots anil Shoes, Toques. Children's Mitts and Gloves, Ladies' and Men's Sweaters anil Men's Leather Milts. ,0, OF THE PROCEEDS OF rfiis SALE WILL BE GIVEN TO THE PATRIOTIC FUND. PHONE 1023. W. L. WHERE TO GO TOR Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. 1'HONE 7fi2 Control by British Government Has Worked Out to Benefit of Every day Purchaser of Robber Goods Since the second year of the war 1 i dawned more every day men and wo- men have become familiar with the i stock ups and downs, its 1 "hort seliinB. its margins, ex-dividends, etc than ever before. To these peo-, pie the real purpose of the market means something, where a few years ago it did not. -but to tell these peo- ple that a government, and above all, Ihc British Government, had Interest- eil''ihe "nulling off" of a cor- ner- would undoubtedly open their, C'Nevertheless, this is Bri.; tain has accomplished one of the big- gest corners ever known In the com- mercial world and there is-everything lo indicate- that this comer will con- tinue for years to come. The product affected is now tin! commonest of everyday artic- the corner, unlike those exe- cuted by private interests, is for the bent-fit "of the masses, instead of a small sroiip of capitalist, Great Ilri- lain she wished, make it iienl to impossible to get any article of rubber beyond those already manufac- tured, but. instead, she has so trolled the market that, today, it is 1 possible to purchase rubber at a_bont j tiTc a pound, in 'the crude state, Vherc- j ias, before the war, it was Sl.iiT a. pound, and in 1910, it sold for S3.00 a !pound. While other conditions have- sent food and staple articles soaring in price, through her ingenuity in tills affair, has steadily pushed the price down. Rubber is todaj the com- monest article for footwear, apart from leather, and when Ibis is considered, the importance of Britain's action is readily seen, and still the cost of rub- her foolery has remained about the same, in spite of the Increased cost o. I fabrics anil chemicals that enter Into their manufacture. The average person may wonder how this (ill happened. The answer is simple. In 1893 the bull; of worlds of rubber came from WE HAVE THEM ALL AUTO STROP DURHAM-DUPLEX ENDER GEM JUNIOR GILLETTE CROSS CUT ETC., ETC., ETC. Don't, throw your old blades away. We sharpen them equal to new. j. D. Higinboiham Co. "Alberta's Pioneer I -LABOR MOBILIZATION Amsterdam, Xov. Cologne! Gazette says it cannot further doubt I that the necessity more and more be- comes apparent to mobilize the labor, lot the German people in the interests i iof war Coercion regarding male la-1 i bor is certain.' the newspaper adds, but j female labor will be voluntary. The1 Lokal Anzeieer says that after settle- jnent of the question of labor, discus- sion of war aims will be permitted, with restrictions prohibiting party anil class slrife, and attacks on neutrals. ANOTHER BIG SUB Washington, Nov. great trans-Atlantic merchant submarine to take the'place of the Bremen, the sister ship of the Deutschland, irtich was lost with all hands on her maiden voyage to the United States, now is built in Germany. The new craft, it is said, will be purely mer- cantile in character, her arrangement being siljmar to that of the Dentsch- land. The Wholesale serf retail TELEPHONE NO. 322 MAKE YOUR PURCHASE NOW WITH DEEP ASHPIT AND MICA OPENING S6.50 Hayr Hardware Co. Phone 575 P.O. Box 275 GERMAN COMPLAINT Copenhagen, via London. Xov. The Morgenbladet says that a Norwe- gian torpedo boat has lired upon a German steamer, which refused to stop when passing Stavanger. HUNS ADMIT CAP_TURES Berlin, via London, Nov. stubborn defence made by the mans of positions near the river Ancro which were attacked .Monday by the British, caused the attackers to suffer important losses, the war office an- nounced today. Capture by the British of Beaumont- j Hamel, and St. Pierre Divion, witll I connecting lines, is reported. DUMBA NOT DEAD Vienna. Xov. is no foun- dation for the report recently hished In the United States of the death of Dr. Constantin Dumba, forra- !ci- Austro-HunBarian ambassador to the United States. This Means Something To YOU, Ladies and Gentlemen! Cheap Kent, Cheap Fixtures! No Bad Debts. The North Meat Market THIRTEENTH ST. N. W. DEMERS, PROP. Fire did. damage to the Bar- Mechanism whereby the music of a ansm and phonograph can be com- rie Carnage Co YOUR FURNACE TO REPAIR Geo. II. Dixnn Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK 8 HOURS ON STANDARD OIL San Francisco, Nov. The Stan- dard Oil company of California volun-l i tartly granted an eight-hour work day; all refinery, pipeline and pro- during department employees. There; will be no change In wages. BATTLE ON MONAST1R PLAIN Berlin, via Sayville, Nov. Kn- teute forces have attacked the Ger- man Bulgarian lines on tho Monastir (plain, the German war oflice an- nounced today. The battle Is still in Mason Risch Limited Balmoral Block Ltthbridge tfictrolas, Victor Records, Viol- ins, Accordeons Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise. Mail Orders Given Careful Attention. from the wild trees of South America, j y Ill ISM the rubber produced in South America sufficient for the world's use. Tbi? year, the rubber supplv will be 20-.000 (.-ins and tl ANNOUNCEMENTS A meeting of the Trades and Labor niounceii tociav. i Council will be held tomorrow evening 1 progress both on this plain and north at cight o'clock. i ,-___ Whist Drive and dance under the auspices of A. O. 1-'., will be held in Ilurgman's hall, Thursday, November 16 Whist at 3 p.m. Supper at 10..IU. Dancing till 2 a.m. Good prizes good iof the Cerna. contribution to the That same year. Great Britain, appre- the South .American pro- dating the importance of the Indus- auctlm try and its possibilities of Increase, m ]M3 conceived the plan of encouraging rubber plantations in the Malay as as it was These figures make evident at. once the importance of the rubber JniliiH- try parent. try, tnc wisdom market. Slir.csHsful experiments with cotton growing have been carried on in the canal 30110 by a North Carolina man. A now reel for a plumb line Is heavy enough and'so shaped as to serve an an anchor for a line and plumb bob. A portable vacuum c'janer of Ens- lisli invention can be used aB a seat, table, cabinet, mimic stool or pedestal. For hotels and similar places a new motor driven machine will wash and sterilize ISOf) drinking glasses an hour. SHAMPOOING -AND HAIR DRESSING ,MASSAGING AND MANICUR- ING HAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS CHILDREN'S HAIR BOBBING The Women's Comfort Booms Room 1, Hull Block. Phone 1710 Dancing till 2 a.m. Good prizes, Bom music Late car for South. Come and bring your friends. Gents Ladles 281-2 ANNOUNCEMENTS The Children's Shelter is greatly in need of small children's clothing. Boys' clothing especially. -Drs DeVcbcr, Campbell. Hoy and Craeg have moved into their over the Royal tlank Bldg, office phone 506 Residence phones: bell 135S; Dr. Roy 800; 1203. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hall, 530 12th St. A. N., on Nov. 13th, a Horn to Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Dr. Dr. Crags CARD OF THANKS Mr Cleorge 1'arnes and daughtei. Mrs 'A Davis, wish to thank their II. u. many friends for their kindness and jn Monday, sympathy shown them In their recwit Novrrsthradaugn'tVrruetVoiiver: sad bereavement. 2814 i -r1 ;