Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
HIGH CLASS PRINTING HEJRALD JOB DEPT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beat 5 a Day Hotel in Alberta 'PEACE' the End of Bread Battles, by using TAYLOR-MADE Special This Week Preserving Prunes and Cooking Apples We bought an extra large quantity of 5he WHOLESALE low price. In not expect them to last long at' the low prices we are offering them at. ITALIAN PRUNES. The heavy boxes, all paper lined, contain fully 20 to 22 Ibs. net of djj fruit. This week's price, per box tpi.vv COOKING APPLES, The orchard run. unwrapped apples. Several kinds. All good cook- -1 P i-rs This week's price per box... inill- 1 o yi tv> i'v. YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO BE WITHOUT FRESH FRUIT AT SUCH PRICES. ORDER SOME NOW. THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES CITY AND DISTRICT A Commissioner I B Stewart, of, Bow has been made n commissioner tor taking affidavits. Willard's Forkdipt Chocolates A FRESH SHIPMENT OF THIS POPULAR LINE HAS JUST ARRIVED. HERE IS YOUR CHANCE FOR A NICE FRESH BAR OF CLASSY CHOCOLATES. THE KENNY ALLIN CO Ltd NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. Joins Clarke Co. Hiss Way. formerly of Calgary, is now in charge of the ready-to-wear department at Clarke Co.'s store. Official Auditors Michael Samou. of Etzikom, and Porter Albertson. of Foremost, have ibeen appointed official auditors. Game Guardians Wood, of Magrath. and Chief of Police Campbell at. Taber. have I been appointed game guardians. GRAYING OF ALL KINDS COAL C. O. D PHONE 1345 Turner Witt-hell Office at Kennedy's 410 13th St. FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Geo. E. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK The Nursing Mission Provides visiting nurses for mater- nity and all medical and surgical eac'oc (except contagious diseases! and charges according to the cir- cumstances of the patient. Poor patients cared for free of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For further partic- ulars apply to the Nursing Mis- sion, 413 14th St. S. Phone 1233. (Miss) A. M. Tilley, Supervisor. (Miss) M. Wilson, Grad. Nurse. (Miss) Bessie Cook, Grad. Nurse THE WOMEN'S COMFORT ROOMS Room 1 Hull Block. Phone 1710 Sliampoomg and Hair Dress- ing Manicuring1. Hair work of all kinds. Child- ren's hair bobbins. FOR SALE! 2000 Choice Calves Raised on the Mackie Ranch ENQ'JIP.E OF A.H.Mayland LIVESTOCK COMMISSION MERCHANT ALBERTA STOCKYARDS, CALGARY PHONES: Office E5301 P- 0. Residence W1139 Drawer "S" Duck Hunt Postponed The duck hunt for the Red Cross to have been held tomorrow, has been j i postponed until a Inter ante on ac-i count of the condition of the roads. Committee Meets Friday i A meeting of the committee of citi-1 i zens who will aid the members of the I city council in their task of picking the" winner of the nitration plant con- tract will be held in the council cham-1 her on Friday evening. Meantime no) j further steps will be taken in connec-( tion with the matter. Booking Shows Here Wallace Graham, the vVell known i concert director, is in the city for a i few days ibooSiag datss for Boris i I Hambours Uie renowned Russian cel- list in Joint recital with Redfeme w Hollinshead. the New York tenor and _'a series of otBer high class attrac- tions. While in the city Mr. Graham i I is the guest of -Mr. and -Mrs. Hal Mor- 'gan. Fall Kodakery Is Fascinating "A poem every flower is. And every leaf a line, And with delicious memories. They fill this heart of mine." Russcl Lowell. A Kodak will enable you to preserve pleasant njemories. The beauties of nature, romantic scenes, the faces of dear friends. All may be recorded for future enjoyment. We have several nsxv Eastman instruments which you should see. COME IN. WET-WANT TO SHOW YOU-.THESE. Tke Red Cross Drag Book Cd., Limited PHONE 555. NO. 2. C. Autographic Kodak. Picture NO. 2. C. Autographic Brownie. Picture NO. 2. C. Autographic Brownie. R. R. Lens. NO. ,3 A. Autographic Brownie. Xew shape vritn-rcr.r.sied en1" Very cornnact. Picture R. R. Lens. There Is Great Satisfaction In Baking With Good Flour.... 'OUR BEST' it EXCEPTIONALLY Good Flour Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Limited L-etilbrMee public schools have gain- ed US in attendance over September of last year accordms; to the report prepared today by .1. II. Flectwood. secretary-treasurer of the school dis- trict. The enrolment for September was 1IUS as against 1530 last year. The average attendance was LaltJ- as against 139." and the percentage of at- tendance for both months was !H. A to- tal of 204 new r.npils have enrolled, and there are -10 "teachers as against 3S last. year. 'Mrs. Riches' class in West- minster won tlie banner for the month with an average attendance of 98.43 I cent. j PLOIBING HEATING GAS FITTING WALKER HOLBERTON 516 Fourth Avenue S. GRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. p. R. Freight PHONES: Offlc............ 11M Salberg Grain Company MEANS 'Satisfaction' Why not let us handle your wheat! You can jet In direct touch with at all times which ii impossible when doing busi- nett with flrm> hundreds of miles away. and willinjly given at all times. Quick, efficient and careful vice. Salberg Grain Co. Hull Bliick, Lethbridge. j. H. TALL1NG. Local Manager. PHONES 15SO.' Residence 572. DO 1! Ill COftl? The Grace Coal Mine Is now prepared to take cam of all orders. PHONE 1250 The quality is the bett. Delivered, ton At mine.. 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS Household Rubber Goods "The Red 'Sounds but it isn't. It is a hand- some Rexall Hot Water Bottle with a two years guarantee. For the balance of the week we are permitted to offer this water bottle at the unprecedented price of MARKETS JOHN G1LMORLS QUAKER BREAD WE HAVE HAD PEOPLE FROM EDMONTON AND CAL- GARY TELL US THAT QUAK- ER BREAD IS BETTER BREAD THAN IS BAKED IN EITHER OF THESE TWO CITIEG. THE GOOD WILL TOWARD QUAK- ER BREAD IS ONE OF THE MOST GRATIFYING THINGS IN OUR BUSINESS. And in addition to this we will allow you twenty-five cents or. your hot water bottle. No matter what make, where purchased OP and filled in rotation while the bottles last. Flannelette Covers 25c WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS Store Winnipeg. Oct. The cash market showed a bettor demand for N'o. 1 and 2 Northern wheat with premiums 14 c ip and very light offerings in view of the heavy receipts The premium on No. 1 stood at 2KC all morning, and while this is not a very heavy premium ordinarily, it is heavy in view of the price of the option, and meant that at times during the morning No. 1 Nor- them sold pretty close to 170. There j was no improvement of interest in lower grades, for which the demand was only fair. i The big break in the future market I which carried Winnipeg October down j four cents under the curb price ofj Tuesday .evening and under the high of that date was caused first by heavy selling orders, and later by the report of rain in Argentine, which. however, was not confirmed, and the market, swung hack almost as rapidly as it went down. There was again a big back spread- ing and spreading trade. Some of this was selling our October anil buying Chicago December, and some was sell- ing our October and buying our De- cember, there being at times a spread of 1 cents In this. Line elevators seem to confine their December and May, and that, helps to strengthen October. FUTURES L Winnipeg Ion HEATERS GAS FROM A NEW DEEP PIT EASILY EMPTIED. WE HAVE A VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT YOU ARE SURE OF A SELECTION. We are pleased to show yon. Come in and let us explain the various qualities. HAYR HARDWARE CO. Phone557 P.O. Box 275 Oct.. Dec....... Oct. Dec......... Minneapolis Dec....... May I Dec. May...... 108% 165% 15S% 157% 160V- 224 223 169% l the, o. PATRIOTIC MEETING THURSDAY AFTERNflOJY Dr. Kerby. recruiting director in Alberta, will raeet the mem- hers of the various patriotic associations in the city tomor- row afternoon- at 4 o'clock in the office ot Judge Jackson. court house, to arrange for the big patriotic rally to be held in Wesley church oil October Ifl. STRONG BOWLER GRAIN and Commission Our entire is at your service and witfl our exper> lence W caii safely guarantee to- get you the best prices .for your grain-at any time and for any srade or kind of train. _j Phono M 1922 Calgary For Office Lethbridgc Quotl- Res. 1811 L.ihbrldje I tlons. Ste Our Agents who are In your district.. J. A. GUMMING Lethbridge .Manager Filtration Advisory Committee, Lethbridge, Alta. In requesting you act as an advisory committee council are not shirking their respon- Uibility nor asking you'to assume I The point is this: There are two i _ _ each having.-weaknesses and j noriiB strengtb that make.lt a toss-up which HUGHES' BOGUS niter plant should be selected. In fact.! JAILE FOR STEALING iS? they will have No. 2 No. 4 Nor...liil% No. 6 WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat- No. 1 Nor... 160% Ho 3 Nor... 161% No. o Nor...147% Feet! No. 2 C. W........ No. W....... Extra 1 Feed No. 2 Feed No. 3 No'. 4 Rejected and Feed Flax- No. 1 N. W. C..... 53% ,53% 52% No. 2 C. W. 22-1 221 ff .j. j Uondon, Oct. Dorothy Lan- merit, cost grlsh, daughter of a country gardener we ask-to an expression by, a majority jewelry._____________. of you which contractor should get, TQ HYpHENATED you can make'no Mistake Jn select-) New York, Oct. Uoose- Roberts or the- Jewell! velt and Taft were oj the, same plat- I (onii tonight. served notice Yours truly to hyphenated Americans that If W n HARDIB' was elected Ilic Teutons GRACE to .fcy intentional M. LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Track prices Wheat .....182% 46% ..208. 81 Waaon Prices Wheat .....145 Oats 42 Flax .......106 Barley 72 Oats Flax Barley LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 5% to tut cows 511-to Select hoga, 150 to 200 Ibs.. 10'A Select hogs, 160 to 200 Ibs., Choice, killing ewes, 7c. TUESDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES to teed, ers to heifers to wethers ?7.50 to hoKS. Helect ?10. to cows 53.40 to J9.30; hogs to slioep to I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION At The Stock Yards, Usu-ons-Alberta, on On Saturday, October 7th AT 2 p.m. 4fi Head W.High Grade Shorthorn Durham and Hereford Cattle 2 fresh 'cows-with calf, at foot, 4 cows fresh in spring, 40 two, year old heifers, supposed to be in calf, all bred to a pure bred Shorthorn Durham 1 pair mares weighing IbB., colts by side, aaes 9 andiio, 1 black mare, a years old, weight 1350; 1 bay mare, 5 years old, hesvyin foal, weight 1150; 1 black 4 years old, weight.1650; 1 bay gelding, 4 years old, weight -J600, I bay gelding, 7 years old, weight frOO; 1 sorrel geidinfl, 6 years, old, weight 1600; 1 set heavy work 1 wagon pump and hose, 1 stock saddle and bridle; 1 heavy winter robe; 1 stud bridle; 1 camp stove' 1 brass box spring and mattress; 1 solid mahojany. davenport; 1 hall looking glass and hat rack; Several articles of Cooking utensils. TERMS OF SALE: One half cash.balance 30 days, 5 per cent, off for cash on credit amounts. c. PECK OWNER TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS j When she was advised that the re- fcovery of her two months' old' baby from her in London might be a prolonged and difficult process, Mrs. prval -cHpwey, of Windsor, IH said to have run off with it in a motor. The Dulte of Connauglit. who with the Duchess of Conhalight and Prin- cess Patricia .is innklng' a week's farewell visit to Montreal; unveiled a bronze tablet on the new Victoria pier, urn! also Inspected the 227tb Halt., and a .lowlvh company.. Alex. Baxter, an eight-year-old Ham- ilton hoy, had his cut off by a train. Lieut. N. K. I'olflon and C. 'M- Scott, of the K.6t.li (Queen's and l.ients. Walker and Gordon Williams, of the 2Hith (linnlams) Battalion, have resigned. Woodstock District Me cd a resolution expressing gratitude to Premier Hearst for the temperance legislation. At a meeting of the Hamilton Hos- pital Governors Col.' A. P. Hatch clared that food prices were 'twenty. per cent. hi.E'her in Hamilton than in. cen. any other city -in America. He charg- ed that combines existed in the city. any A. F. MANTLE IS KILLED AT FRONT Hegina, Sask., Oct. IPS received hero today an- v nounee Major A. F. Mantle kill- od In action. -Major Mantle v minister of agricul- y lure for Saskatchewan, and v formerly a Winnipeg newspap- or man.