Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta HOTEL DALLAS a, Shipment of Pore White Clover Ontario Honey Will Arrive This Week In 1 0 Ib. Pails, per pail In 5 Ib. Pails In Pint Jars, per jar 1.00 40c. Also two carloads of Winter Apples to arrive about Wednesday, all vanet.es. 1Ahes Tre a few of the varieties which we are geUing-Jonathan, Rome Beauty Wagener., Yellow Newtons, Winesaps, Winter Bananas, Sp.tz, unmes 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. Nt .11. To Lovers of Green Tea We have a Few Pounds of 50c GREEN TEA, which we will Sell for 40cper Ib. Only a few pounds left at this Price TICKNER CO. 204 Thirteenth St S. (Opposite Ellr.cn Mills) Phone 364 Prime Steer BEEF This is the choicest beef and makes fine eatins. Get some tomorrow. UseThe Phone, PHONE 492 THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED MEAT MARKET IN THE CITY W. HOPKINS, Prop.NlNTH AVENUE NORTH. 1 Winnipeg.- 'Nov. IS.-Local wheat j market closed lower for Novem- Uer a-c lower for December, and un- i changed for -May. Oats dropped iin the IVci-miicr and '-c in the i onions. Barley unchanged. Max Tf lower in November, ac in Ue-1 Member ami 5c in May. .Minneapolis I win-it aallioil in December op- I tion in May. in July options., I The market today was erratic, and ncr- j i voiis with a lislit trade. Tlie opening 'was too strong on the cables. Hie crowd, who were short, started to cover, hut when that was' over, die 'market found no support. It worried on a small range for about an hour. I i then beaan to work lower. lien- I j ever wheat showed aay strength, ag- Uressive selling appeared from the I! "government agent, which gradually broke the market. -I The same Interest was civuited with i bnyin" nailer cover, but this was not '.'very probable. The outside interest i was small, only a little spreading. In j the last hour, wheat showed a lime I recovery. In the cash market there 3 i was a little demand for number 1 and I! but the lower grades were practic- l ally unsaleable. Oats were in lair de- i mand at firm premiums. Some gov- crmieut business was reported, liar, ley was fair, and flax indifferent. Winnipeg Cash Prices Xo. 1 Nor... 19910 Xo. 5 Xo 3 Northern Feed No." C. W. 66% No. 3 C. W. 6oVs Extra Xo. 1 Feed ..............05 Vs Feed ...64'.-i No. 2 Feed ..CJlj .j 4 Xo 4 "ejected Feed .......................8" 1 iNo. 1 X. W. :Xo. 2 C. Futures I Winnipeg BURNT We have just received a splen- did Lot of these goods and mostly at old prices so that these will NOT BE GOING UP. Tobacco Pouches 50c Tobacco Pouches, rubber CITY AND DISTRICT Goes to France Dr. Pratt, of Swept Grass 1ms gone to France to servo in the army hos- pitals. Seats on Sale Tomorrow morning (Thursday I at ten o'clock sharp the advance Feat sale for "Everywomun" will open at the Hetlley Drug Co.. store. Intending pat- rons are advised to make early reser- vation of seats, as there is already an unprecedented demand. ON EVERY SACK. lined ......SI.25 Handkerchief Holders Glove Folders Hand Bags ....51.25 ___51.25 Going to Red Deer Rev. Eil. 3. Bishop, of Victoria Meth- loilist church. Calgary has accepted the invitation of the oilicial hoard of the Memorial Methodist church, Red Deer to become pastor of the church at the end of the present conference year, next June. Mr. Bishop was formerly stationed at Macleod. Squaw Bags..............51.25 Post Card Albums 75c Snap Shot Albums 35c to 52.00 Necktie Ricks 60c Arm Purses for Soldiers 75c Money Belts for Soldiers, 'and ...................51.50 Tke Red Cross Drag Book Co., Liaitei PHONt 55. JOHN .GILMORE'S 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- IENTS WELL KNEADED, FERMENTED TO JUST THE RIGHT POINT AND WELL BAKED IN A BRICK OVEN HEATED TO 550 DEGREES. THE RES'ULT IS A WHOLE- SOME FLAVOR. AUCTION SALE TONIGHT AT 730 SHARP At Wilson's Auction Rooms, 427 5th St. S. Consisting of Dry Goods, Smalhvares, Boots and Shoes, Toques, Children's Mitys and Gloves, Ladies' and Menls Sweaters and Men's Leather Mitts. 10% OF THE PROCEEDS OF THIS SALE BE GIVEN TO THE PATRIOTIC FUND. PHONE 1023. W. L. Dec. May May 273'4 Minneapolis LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Track trices "rices Wheat .....176r'i Wheat Oats Oats ...r... at Barley HI Barley SO'A Flax .......243 .......-M LIVESTOCK PRICES i Choice steers, to fat cows ISVi to Select hogs. 150 to 200 Ibs., Choice'killing ewes, To. To Photographers It may be of interest to photo- graphers, both professional and amateur, to know that we carry one of the most extensive stocks of phot.ographis accessories in the west. Plate: All sizes up to 5x7. Mounts: All sizes up to Portrait Attachments. Light Fillers Eastman Timers. Eastman Thermometers. Ferrotype Piates. Cable Releases Film Pack Adapters Autographic Backs. All tha papers in various grades in half gross, gross and 500 packages. This ap- plies to past cards as well. do developing, printing and enlarging an'd our workman- ship cannot be surpassed. J. D. Higinbolham Co. "Albert-3's Piancer Start EvSbgelistic Services Evangelist Barton is drawing good congregations to Westminster church in liis evangelistic services held each evening there. He is a powerful [speaker, and presents his message in a form that appeals and leaves a last- ing impression upon his hearers. He will speak tonight at 1.45. Last even- ing he spoke on "Tlie Question Mark" or "What is Your Enlists With 78th R P Hubbs. until recently a mem- ber of the R..V.W.M.P. at Regina. has enlisted with the 7Sth Depot Battery, bringing tile strength up to HOT The boys are drilling hard every day ana the unit is beginning to show signs of its excellent progress. of Duft addition has nlso enlisted. He is the fourth member of the family X to get into khaki. He is a brother of Lieut Short of the city fire deuart- Wholesa'.p' ar.l Detail cr-emiiti TELEPHONE NO. 322. WANTED! YOUR FURNACE TO REPAIR Geo. Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK. THE QUININE THAT DOES NOT AFFECT HEAD. Because of its tonic and laxative effect, Laxative Bromo Quinine can be taken by anyone without, causing ner- nor ringing in the head. There is only out- "Bromo Quinine." j W. Grove's signature is on box. 2ac London. N'ov. few of the loading British papers have eomment- ied on Sir Sam Hughes' resignation. I Canadian rallies have heen rather i short, although the Daily Telegraph's Ottawa correspondent reveals today Ithat the resignation was virtually a i dismissal. The Manchester Guardian i today says "even if Sir Sam Hughes' Ijuclgmont 'on purely technical ques- tions '.vas right and that of the military authorities here was wrong a minis- ter of" (he Dominion chooses an in- defensible mode of asserting liis views when he attacks the Imperial author- ities in a puhiic speech phrasedsmost intempevatcly. Tlie war could not he carried to a successful conclusion if each allied state and dominion claim- ed the freedom to pluck hearos puh- iTfely from each others' eyes, which iverV evidently is the opinion or Sir I Robert Borden and his government who have drawn from the Hughes speech the inevitable moral." The Daily Sketch professes to know that the war office is in communica- tion' with Sir Robert Borden on Sir Sam Hughes' speech and an inquiry j will follow into his allegations if nec- essary." The Canadian Associated Press un- derstands, that the army council here will be immediately reorganized on the basis solely of military elficlaney. PRICES WILL ADVANCE IN THIRTY DAYS MAKE YOUR PURCHASE NOW Special Oak Heaters WITH DEEP ASHPIT AND MICA OPENING S8.50 Hayr Hardware Co. P.O. Box 275 This Means Something To YOU, Ladies and Gentlemen! Cheap Kent, Cheap'Fixtures, No Debts. The North Meat Market E42 THIRTEENTH ST. N.. W. DEMERS, PROP.. TO DISSOLVE STARCH TRUST Xew York. Nov. for the dissolution nf the "Starch Trust" has jbcen filed by Justice Hand. I Consoled with the knowlodse that I I her bravo husband died a hero's death I ou the battlefield, Mrs. Wilfrid .MeMor. The Children's Shelter is greatly in ,jf ,.ltl, ScrRt.-Major Mcllor, need of small children's clothing. the tangible evidences Boys' clothing especially. )lor -gallantry in Ihe t militar jJrs. DeVeber, Campbell, Roy and Oragg have moveil Into their offices over the Royal Bank Bldg, office phono SOS. Residence phones: Dr. (.amp lor j shape of Uvo-tnedals, one the military ANNOUNCEMENT Watch for advertisement of mam- moth auction pale of furniture for next week in this city. n. A. Johnston, auctioneer. lllullnl, nut..i awarded to him litfore his death. Scrgt-Maior Mellor'was a member uf Cragg the 31st regiment, and was action sonic weeks aso. .Mrs. Jlellor '.as liocif'ln receipt, of letters from Sir i Robert Rorden and ml' 1 WhlBf Drive and dance under the Sam Hughes, I expressing deepest sym. auspices of A. o. P., will he beW In j pathy In her low. Hureman's halj, Thursday, November BISHOPS'PROTEST 16. Whist at 8 p.m. Supper at 10.SO. i BELGIAN ,er DanciDF a.m. Good prizes, good London, Nov. Mereier music Lato car for South. Come and I the Belgian bishops have issued a ibrlne'your friends. Conls ladles protest asalnst deportations ot BOJ- gians to Germany for forcet! labor. A "sameness" that is most enjoyable------the daily, un- varying goodness of a cup of "SEAL BRAND" COFFEE. It never fails to greet you with that same exquisite fragrance, amber clearness and delightful flavour, that win people with the first cup. In and 1 pound tins. fine ground for Percolators, Never sold in bulk. 184 CHASE fc SANBORN, MONTREAL. Mason Risch Limited Balmoral''Block Lethbridge Victrolas, Victor Records, Viol-' Actordeons Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise. Mail Orders Given Careful Attention. SHAMPOOING AND HAIR DRESSING MASSAGING AND .MANICUR- i HAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS CHILDREN'S HAIR. BOBBING the. AVomen's Comfort Rooms Room 1, Hull Block. Phone 1710 EMPRESC TONIGHT kj METRO! METRO! I "The Middleman" Featuring Albert Chevalier.. L-KO Comedy with Billy Ritchie and Uni- versal Weekly, Latest News. TONIGHT Iff" Prices 'Court-martialled' A Stirring Military Drama In 4 Acts. With an All Star Cait. AUo War Weekly and Comedy.