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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING LETHBRIDGE tiAILY_ HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Rest a Day Hotel in Alberta HERALD JOB DEPT 'PEA the End of Bread Battles, by using TAYLOR MADE j Special This Week Preserving Prunes and Cooking Apples ove tw. .nd by e above tw. .nd by low prices wo are offering them at. ITALIAN PRUNES. The heavy boxes all paper lined, contain fnlly 20 to 22 Ibs. net ot feel that it will only be a question of time untllit will be required as much as pasteurization. The city ot Cincinnati, Ohio, has had m iorce for some time an ordin- ance requiring the clarification of all market milk and it is un- derstood other cities .are favoring such an '-'The Milk Dealer." Our Calgary Branch Wai Awarded First Prize for Bolter At-'The Toronto Exhibition ASK YOUR GROCER FOR BRAND" TheCrystal Dairy Limited PHONE 1576 V. Oct....... Dec....... ;oct....... Dec....... Minneapolis- Dec....... May...... JDec....... May...... 215 213 161% 154% S6K ;s 223 220 163% 156% 158 6314 51% 223 222 .15614 155% I Private Stanley Raymond, the first man to volunteer for over- seM service, and was seriously i wouinlci! at Langeniarck .by a bullei I wound In the neck, has awarded I s position In the.customs where his moth TV reflWes. LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices "Hit's We Have It" Constant study of the demands of our customers enables us to atisfj everj wan In tie Rubber Good line We take great pride" in this depart- ment Of our store, believing now have a most dependable a sbrtment made 'for us in con- nection with more than other leading druggists in the United States, Canada and Great- Britain.. We keep posted on'modern ideas. Our goods are freshly made in' the leading fac- tories' and we know we can serve, yon best if Quality and price appeal to .you. Let us show you the new ideas n Water Bottles, Fountain Syr- nges, Combinations, Ice nvalid S-S.b -Syringes, toniizert, Rubber Sheeting, reast Pumps, Nipple Shields, tipples, Baby Comforters, Face ottles, Bath Sprays, Ear Syr- ngeo, Rubber (Skives, Etc., Etc. Track prices Wheat Oats 44% Flax .......207 Barley 79 Oats Flax Barley: ...145 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 5% to fat cows 150 to 200 Ibs., Select hogs, 150 to' 200 Ibs., Choice killing ewes, 7c. SATURDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES Calgary-Hogs, select. feeders ?5.90 to 5S.25; heifers to ?o.70; 1 wethers ?7.50 to steers So.75 to to cows to W16; to 510.50; sheep 53.75 to ?10.10. Harry Driggs Visitor Harry A. Driggs, warden of the pro vlnciaf jail at Fort Saskatchewan, is, visiting old friends in the city today Toured the South Jos Parr, manager of the Alberta Pacific Hue of elevators, spent Sunday ill.the city after making a tour of the south. Gambling Raid at Warner In a raid on Saturday night at War- ner ten were arrested charged with gambling. Inspector Chaney went south this morning to hear the cases J W. Woolf Visitor j W. Woolf. ex-M. P. P. in Alberta, now residing in Nevada, was in the city last week. He is very euthusias- I tic' over conditions here. Loan for Hospital The city commissioners have thorized a loan of.57000 for the Gal hnenllal to be obtained from Dr. He jVeber. Hear Protest October 10 The petitioners against the erectior ot the abattoir by the Taylor Milliiif heard c-itj missioners on October 10. Has Returned Jos Lee, manager of the Letilbridg and Alexandra hotels, accompanied b Mrs. Lee, returned last night from a mouth's visit to coast points. Broks His Arm Edgar bowther, tin! yor.ll? sou of 1 cwlher, met with a naluful acci- Vicnt on Saturday. He visited the bott- lir.K works, and In some way sol led with one of the belts of the mach- inery, lesulting in a broken arm. Guarantee Bond Insurance The guarantee "bond insurance of citv officials to the amount ot for each man, has been awarded by the city 'commissioners- as follows: C B Bowman for the city treasurer and street railway accountant; N. B. Peat for' the chief clerk, treasury de- partment, and R. V. Gibbons for the city cashier. I :Many Members Elks On Thursday evening of this week Home and Barnett. Grand odge officers of the B. P. 0. Elks vho have been putting on a campaign here for Lethhrldge Lodge No. 37 vlll- conclude their work. Over 101 members are now on the rolls of thour pharmaujt a fifty- cent case of Pape's Dlapepsm and take a dose just as soon as sou can. There will be no sour risings, no lieiclung of undigested food mixed witli acid, no stomach gas or heartburn, fullness or heavi feeling In the stomach, nail sea. debilitating headaohei. dizziness or Intestinal griping Tim will all go and besides, there will lie no sou food left over in thn stomach to poison your breath with naureous odors. Pape's Dlapepsin is .1 certain cure for out of order stomachi because i takes hold of jour food and digests 1 just the same as It jom stomacl 1 wasn't there Relief in 'five minutes frora all stom ach waiting for you at an drug store. Theso large fifty cent cases contai enough Papes Diapppiiu' to hee the entire family free from stomac disorders and Indigestion for man months It belongs In your Istonc8 Le bridge Monumental anl Cut Stone Works y ;