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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS TELEPHONE 131J CENTRAL CCMFOHTASll LETHBRIDGE MILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR _______ 1.25 a Hotel in Pride of Alberta and Mother's Favorite T 'AYLOR-FvIADE Standard Brands of Flour Fashion Special oil Pickling Pears and Yellow Gage Plums WE HAVE OUST RECEIVED'A LARGE QUANTITY OF PICKLING PEARS AND VELLOW CAfcE- PLUMS THAT WE ARE GOING TO SELL AT A VERY LOW PRICE. PRESERVING FRUITS WILL SOON BE DONE FOR AND PRICES ON CANNED FRUITS ARE BOUND TO BE HIGH THIS COMING WINTER. TAKE A TIP AND PRESERVE ALL YOU CAN. IT WILL PAY YOU. A BIO LOT OF PEACHES AND ITALIAN PRUNES. PICKLINQ PEARS. Put up In boxes weighing 2S tbs, gross weight. In fine shape. These would be cheap at SI.50. Special, per YELLOW GAGE PLUMS. 4 baskets to the crate. A snap at Special per crjje 9Qc FLEMISH BEAUTY PEARS. 40 Ib. cues. Per case GREEN PEPPERS. Per Ib...................25o FREESTONE PEACHES'. Per case '.'.........95c ITALIAN PRUNES, Heavy cases. Per case ?5c HYSLOP CRAB APPLES. Large cases. Case TRANSCENDANT CRAB' APPLES. Large cases. Per case-......1----'.................... GREEN-TOMATOES. Large cases. Per ease RIPE TOMATOES. Per- SEALERS: yJE HftVE'SOWj SEAL nM WON SEALERS AND WE EXPECT SOME ECONOMY PINTS AND ALL SIZES IMPROVED GEMS OR CROWN SEALERS BY THE END OF THIS WEEK. HIGH CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO, PHONE ,525 REPRINT We have Just opened a new shipment_of these comprising a large range of the leading titles of the well known writer! inch as Zane Grey, B. M. Eower, Harold Bell Wright, Gene Strain 'Porter, W. Chambers, London, etc., etc: V PRICE EACH S THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. .Phone 1487 Druggists ;nri SUtlonera Nent Oillli Aittl than OOPIons of provisions, fodder, maize. oil cake and other supplies, were des- troyed today fire in .storehouses near Stockholm. .Tfao loss, which oiiQls to more than crowns wilt ho fell severely, particularly it will probably be Impossible, to re- place these maleiiflls under the 'exist- Ing import reJtrtcthras.-------....-. Make tbe MOST of the Bigb Prices by consign- ing Yonr Grain to SMITH-MURPHY CO. You will realllo every .cent ID it Tor TOU. and gel your re- turns promptly. WRITE OR PHONE Office Phone 1313 Feildince Phone N.'T.' MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHIRIDQE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG'j- What's the Reason Grain Bayers Won't Filed Prices We are prepared lo pay Gov- ernment fixed prices at all timei and for quantities.of whest, either In store Fort William or on track, less the Usual commis- sion and (reigh't. Strung Dowler J.'A- Curnrnijig. Mgr-, Lethbridgo HIGHEST PRICES PAID Liberal Advances on. Bills of Lading and Prompt Returns. WE TRADE IN SAMPLE AND GRADED GRAIN AND ASK YOU TO .MARK YOUR BILLS OF TRADING." Cars of Oats Wanted at Once We' also have buyers for every esr of viheat WE can handle at Government Fixed Pricss and it'will be-to your financial advantage to cqnjultyus btfore billing. Pike Grain Company, Ltd. LICENSED.AND BONDED Calgary Edmonlon A. E. REESOR, Manager, Phone 616, Retldence 1062 Miirk-Yoni Bills ol' Lading "Sample Trading" In Ihe cor.tnct wheat it. will do'no harm and in ill other grades 2nd it may be rfeeidedfy to your advantage. Wltn branches at belh Winnipeg and .FJrt William, we can'give eicellerit whether lelllng on lample or'on'grade. JAMES RICHARDSON SONS, LIMITED 201 Sherlock BWg.. W. J, Lloyd, Hjr. Branch Priont 777 W. H. Randall, Acet. We are in the market new, i> BALED HAY AND POTATOES. Let us know when you will bf ready .'FARM PKODJJCTS, LIMITED Winnipeg, Oct. Ihe'r'HsS'TVDe'at market today eve'irtblnE was going to tie soreramenl. They toot even rejected grades. Ontario millers wanted a TtMT limited amount o[ export stuff and llie tough cheats were wanted by the utilrjg.houses.in far larger quantltits than were' offer- ed, i Winnipeg Market Oct...........-..- Goii ES NOT....... C6H 61 Dec........." MS .Mar OcL............. 307% Xor............ 310 301 Dei....... 306 208 Cash" Prices No. 1 Nor...221 No. 2 Nor...SIS XD. 3 No. 1 Nor...259 No. o Js'or...I94 No" 6 Nor..': 185 feed Aim No. 2 C. W. 6S 65 Bilra Xo. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed. .64 No. 2 63 V NO. 3'......121 Hejecied and feed .'.110 No. 1 N. W.-C..................SlOil No. 2 C.'.W. 3015 .No. 3 C. W. 293ii Calga'ry Livestock' Oct, loads of I butcher cattle werejiisposed ot at the Alnerla slock yards this .ipo.rnlug. One load spld at which wag top. Bulk .went al S 25 to 8.75. Cows brmiEht'7.25 (to S.00. No were.offered though ;ihey wort In al 17.25, but buyers would un- I noubledly pay No sheep or lamba. Chicago. f- Chicago, Oct. wheat, ncinlnal. .2 yeljon.-, J195 to 35'ellpw, nominal; No. (4 eiinw, 3 1J to C014; sUndarcl, 60 to Cl. Minneapolis. -Minneapolis, Ocl. 3 yellow, lal to Doll Guessing Contest x WINNERS FIRST PRIZE BARBARA PARKER 620 11th Street S., City -SECOND PRIZE MAY HABDY No. 1 Fire Hall, City THIRD PRIZE JEAN HAMILTON 307 7th Ave. A. S., City. Several were tied for the three p'iaces and the above rfr' suits were arrived at by a draw-' ing made by Mr. C. B. Bowman. Tke Red Cross Drag Btok Co, Found Good x Jlatlhew and Polcrson the cistern men, liRye conic lu from Ihe country, whero (liey fixed up ctslorns for .Mr. -erficgivell, Mr. N. jlaclcoil and >lr. They are located al .the hole) and farmers are 'ad- vised to get In touch .with them If j-'wlsb to .conserve walcr for their stock. Mall can bo sent to the Board oi Trade hulldlni. Have Us Install Furnace NOW So 1 will be aU ready to use when needed. '.AVo prepared put. lii new. 'lIutvjL-oM-nlr boxes, or to build an entire [urn- act 1C required. We nave ample facilities and equal skill. You; can depend upon worV every lime and you'll flrd upon Inquiry that our charges yre alwnjt ex- The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. STAFFORD. BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA 3 while, 5T3i (o Flour iunchoneeil. llraii, 130.00 to f31.00. FUNERAL OF MRS. MATHER I funeral of Mrs. W. II. Slather, who died in tho noyal Alexandra hotel last week, sup- posedly hy suicide, tocfc place thla af- ternoon. A small group "ot relatives and friends attended the Berrlcc both (he undertaking rooms anrl nl-tho graveside hi Broohslde cemelcry. lii-iind SaHeil Peanuts. The big, Inscioiis, fresh roasted skinless iii Jmlk only, ai-rived. Include some in they are nutritious a'nd delicious. J. D. Higiabotham Co TELCFHONF.'NO. AJVD DISTRICT Meeting .Postponed- .The meet IDE of tho local branch ot lie British and foreign IMLIu society o have Iteon held last even Ing been uotll ncit Monday orenlug. Presentation to Norman Macleod. Tho start o[ jlie local branch ol the aul; ol .Commerce entertained Nor- man Macleod at n parly in the bank's chambers on Saturday afternoon, al which (he young guest presented wild a handsomo wrist Y.-ateh. He leaves- Ihe city tomorrow to enter tmining for the Imperial Flying Corps. _ At VancooYer Fair, Bmd baked from OUR BEST FI.OUS wou'fitsf prize in open' conj- pctiiiooi-wUL ibnkcd .brands. V won v by I Milling Elevator Home From Front. ,.AY. A. tniery who went overseas ihe Vth "arllllery brigade un tlie commeni of Lt.-Col. Sleiyart re- turned ITila iriornlQK with his vrlfo and tamdy. from Quebec. He has to report for duly In Calgary- Ho states sold' iers wives In EnElatjd are being atl- Tlsed Ib come home. "He saw Wjn, Steven who was city clerki and re porls that his con tl if Ion wan much tetter. Kniery la glail to be home end''among tola Lelhbrldgc friends again.. Ilarsk, K. AH kins, were and costs (or Intracllons of the motor vphlclD act; J, Hamilton, 3. W. Gon- dck, M. Uurry, J. Lemon .were lined Tho court was a busy Tor liclng IntoilcateJ, and Ole Port, spot yesterday. During tho day no II. Heed, F. flalliers and E. E. ess than 1C convictions Tor carious Hagall, were fined for disorderly offenses TV ere put. through. Messrs, conduct. Stick to Us and You'll 'Never Get Stuck DELANYS MEAT CO. PHONE 452 Ships Sheep East, 'it fefnol often that llvestocX 'is shipped from wtsl to cas't, but Uils week a was concluded .whereby b. Peacock, the south- ern Alberta sheepman, sold to Geo. A. DelbrWge of Brantford, HOO ewes, one year old, bred from Merino evcea and Shropshire rams. They will be crossed with purebred Shropshire rams. Mr. Peacock alntes they arc selcclcd Iroin one or. ihe finest hands he ever handled. .Mr. Dcltirldge Is A pioneer fa this enterprise of shipping stock "Irom west to east. -ANNOUNCEMENTS The Conservatory Orchestra will be- gin llic'lr fall practices on Wednesday October 3rd at'7.30. 217-3 Superior Supply Co. !nd Avi. S. anii MJNINa, BUILDING A RAILWAY; EQUIPMENT TUOHO'pe AflDERSON AND EMERSON dANG PLOWS FORO' 'THACTO'll ATTACH- AUTO TRAILERS CULTIVATORS ilNDCR EN PHOHt 172J-TAKE A BLUS LJfl't CAR HAY WANTED A TCTT cartoada.ol good hay tor. prompt shipment. Arfviso quallfr p.nd and when can be made. BLUNDERS HAY GRAIN CO. 'Ave. S, Phonti 712 Mason Risch Lireitcd ilmorll Dkck vlclrelts, Vlc.ltT Ins, Accordeoni, thitt Musical hl all Ortfeis Given Attention. A dance will te licld 1U the K. oi P. nail on Thursday, Oct. 1th. Good orchestra In attendance, (jenta Tu cents: .Lnillca free Daughters and Maids of England arc holding a irhlst drive (Jancc.ln tho S.O.B. liall on Tucsilay, OcL 2nil. j tlie nrocecdfi (o tobacco for (he j.licthbrfilgt! hoya at" the front. Gents 50 cents, ladles 20c Miss Arnold ivil) play for Ihe dancing. 24H .CuitDltig the miracle man, noir ap- pearing at tlic Mnjcsllc Theatre, wants to Imy 100 rabbits and 100 bons. Parlies having same for sale j please communicate Immediately with i manager of Majestic Theatre, phone 1722. v MOVING We Make i Specialty or Moving I'lH'uitnre aiirt 1'isilios The vans In the Furniture Rtorerf. Storaje V ___... 10B9 The McLean Transfer Shampooing, Comb- ings inartp up, Facial JMasnaarc, Electrolysis ETC., ETC., ETC. I v Phone 1710 Hull Block Room 1 Stationery UNDERWOOD TVPEWBITEIIS, F. A E. CHECK WHITER, CHICAGO PENCIL SHARPENER, OFFICE FURNITURE, TYPEWRITERS OVERKAULED, CLEANED AND REPAIRED. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE Everall Sinnqtt. Franks Corner 1th Ave. and Gtrr St. Opent Office. '_ f r..- TnUcr, who.rclurned from the front a month ago, haa opened an In Lhc Shcpard nlock above Ihe Ooml C'o.'s sioro on 5lb -Mr. and .Mrs.'F. A, Hicks, H02 Clh Avfe north, on 111, 1017, a daughter. VVHERE TO GO FOR Rooting, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas ami Steam Fitting. Plumbing sEHt HARDWARE