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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR iW a Day Hotel in Alberta 'PEA CE' the End of Btead Battles, by using TAYLOR-MADE Extra Specials for Thanksgiving at Good's ONTARIO PURE WHITE CLOVER HONEY. Kxtra quantity. This season's puck. Pint 95c 35c FREESTONE PEACHES. Elbertas, per case Per ITALIAN PRUNES. Heavy cases. Bxcelli'iit quality, per case COOKING APPLES, Several kinds. Orchard run. unwrapped, li Ibs. EATING APPLES. Mcltttosh Ileus. No. Vs. per case No. 2's. per case Or 3 pounds for CONCORD GRAPES, per basket CALIFORNIA TOKAY OR CORNICHEON GRAPES, per pound Per 6 pound basket GREEN TOMATOES, 40 Ib. BLACKBERRIES, per basket HYSLOP CRAB APPLES. The .lark red Very fine for jelly. 40 Ib. cases, Or 7 pounds for..................... LET US HAVE YOUR 52.50 J2.25 40c sealers, each r, pound pails, each 10 liouiul puils. FRESH OYSTERS. The coast sealed so.11'1 pack kind, per CRANBERRIES, per pound GINGER SNAPS. 2 pounds 2" FRESH EGGS, .lust a few uf tB6SO, per 45c ORANGES. A fresh lot just In. All sizes imd prices SWEET POTATOES, 3 pounds for......... 25c ONTARIO PEARS. In 11 quart baskets, each 65c PEANUT BUTTEh. Squirrel Brand. Very fine. _ per 2ac 1 pound tins. i-acli QUEEN OLIVES. In hulk, per pint B C. CELERY, pounds for........... VALENCIA ONIONS, 3 pounds tor..... COOKING ONIONS, 6.wounds for..... EXPECT TO BE VERY BUSY OWING 3Cc 25c 25c 25c 25c THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES DEAN HOWES UNABLE TO COME HERE Willard's- Forkdipt Chocolates A FRESH SHiPMENT OF POPULAR LINE HASi JUST ARRIVED. HERE IS YOUR CHANCE FOR A NICE FRESH BAR OF CLASSY CHOCOLATES. THE KENNY ALLIN CO, Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEu. Dean Howes, of Alberta I'm- versity. who was to have ad- dressed tlie teachers' conven- tion tomorrow afternoon 'on rural education, will be unable 10 be present. CITY AND DISTRICT On Business Trip L T Mewburn. the Calgary grocery wholesaler. was in the city yesterday on a business trip. WITH A'BOX OF THE BEST CHOCOLATES OR The Purest, Most Delicious HOME MADE CANDY Our candy counters are filled with our own fresh home made candy for Thanksgiving, This season we to .specialize cm homa made candy and our stock for Thanksgiving will show the variety and quality we make. Call and try some. We are also now servjng 1 HOT DRINKS You will be delighted with delicious cocoa, coffee or other drinks we know hovy to make so well. THE OLYMP1A CONFECTIONERY 327 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Notice I LethbridEp Encampment No. 7, will] meet in tile" Oddfellows hall tonight; at R o'clock. Visiting members arei cordially invited. Is Recovering i Mrs Walter Holt has received word from her son Clarence who was woun- ded in action. He states that he was wounded in the arm and expects to go j to a hospital in England Lease Building Calgary mea have taken, a iease for a term of years 6u the Wilson Fur- niture -Co.'s building, 13th St. N.. and will open up an up-to-date dry goods store this montll. Ohio Visitor John F Duffield, of Summerville, Ohio was a visitor to the city yester-j dav on his way to New Dayton, where j he" will make arrangements to have the crop on his land threshed. Mr. nuffield expects a good yield from ms crop. Fall Kodakery Is Fascinating "A poem every flower is, And every leaf a line, And with delicious memories. They fill this heart of mine. Russel Lowell. A Kodak will enable you to preserve pleasant memories-The. beauties of nature, romaiitlo scenes, the faces of dear friends. All may be recorded for future enjoyment. -r. There Is Great Satisfaction In Baking With Good Flour. o 'OUR BEST' EXCEPTIONALLY Good Flour Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Limited shouid We have several new E instruments which you see. NO. 2. C. Autographic Kodak. Picture NO. 2. C. Autographic Brownie. Picture NO. 2. C. Autographic Brownie. K. NO 3 A. Autographic Brownie. New shape Kith rounded ends. Very comnact. Picture d> 10 COME IN. WE WANT. TO SHOW YOU THESE. Ike Red Cross Drag Book Co., United PHONE 5E5. SOLDIERS' WIVES AND DEPENDENTS, ATTENTION Will any soldier's wife or de- pendent of a soldier, who wishes information or advice, kindly go to the Patriotic of- fice in the Acadia block. 612 Avenue, instead of Mrs. Colpman's residence as former- ly Every morning between 10 a'lid 12 tliere will he a member of the Daughters of the Empire in the office who will be only too glad to be-of any assist- A Strong Lodge When Messrs. Home and Barnett. organizing officers from the Grand Lodge leave Lethbridge tonight. Leth- bridge will have one of the strongest JElks lodges in tbe Dominion. The m- i dications are that .Hie lodge here will 1 hevo over 150 members and elaborate plans for a winter program are now 1 being made The eud of the big drive for members here will 'conclude to- night with a monster smoker in tbe club rooms. Alberta block. Arrange- ments have been made to handle a big crowd of enthusiastic Elks ano their friends. WANTS TO BET ON ALLIES Havana Paper Says It Has to Wager That Kaiser Is Defeated New York, Oct. Luchas of Ha- vana, Cuba, which claims the title of "the leading newspaper of has announced through its New York rep- resentatives that it IS willing to bet that the allies will win the war. It is open tor wagers from any part of the world until Oct. 7. JOHN GILMORgS QUAKER BREAD TRUE ECONOMY MEANS GETTING FULL VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY. BUYING QUAKER BREAD IS MORE ECONOMICAL THAN BAKING YOUR OWN BECAUSE YOU HAVE NO WASTE WITH IT.. YOU GET IT FRESH EVERY DAY AND JUST THE AMOUNT YOU NEED. HEATERS COAL 1 GAS SNORTH TRADING co. Phone 1766 WEEK END SPECIALS 20 Ib. Sack of B. C. Sugar and one pair of Ladles' Lisle Hose for 20 Ib. Sack of B. C. Sugar and 1 Ib. Blue Ribbon Tea 20 Ib. Sack of Sugar and one pkg. of Silver Gloss Starch 11.90 Creamery Butter, pound 40c large tins....... 15c Rolled Oati, in Rolled Oats, per 8 Ib. bag.. 40c Norwegian Sardines, 2 tins 35c Salmon, half Ib. tins 16c Finnan Haddie, 2 tins for 25e Salmon, 1 Ib. tins.........'25c DKY GOODS Clover Honey, in 12 or. glass jars.................... 2Bo Pure Jam in glass jars, each Zoc Fry's Cocoa, half Ib. tins 25- 3 for Khovah Lemonade, large tins, each 25c Holbrook's Custard Powder, per tin 15c Enos Fruit Egg Nopdies, 2 pkgs. for 25c Cut Macaroni, 2 pkgs......25c .Pure 4 Ib. tins, each 75 Bananas, per dozen ........2ic Apples. Cooking, 6 25c :Ladlei' Fine Combs, each 10c Orey Wool, 3 ply, perii Ib. -v bundles 35c ,10 PER CENT. DISCOUNT ON ALL RIBBONS. ARE ALL 6UARANTEED. 230 THIRTEENTH STREET N. Boys' Flanr.elette Shirts, Reg. Special........... 80c OUR EP.Y GOODS 'The Red Rambler" Sounds "like a 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 water bottle at. the unprecedented to offer price of 1.09 outlay afir.t class Fountain an absoluW essential in every home. And in addition to this we will allow you twenty-five cents on. your M hot water bottle. No matter what make, where purchased and filled in rotation while the bottle, tat... Flannelette; 25c WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS MARKETS v FUTURES Winnipeg A-NEW DEEP ASH PIT EASILY EMPTIED. FROM each Oct. May Oats- bet Dec.......... Oct..-........ Dec.. Dec. May j Dec. 167 161 53% 5274 224 17034 166% 168% 1 61.% 162 54% 227 226 170% 166% HAVE A VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT YOU ARE SURE OF A We arc pleased to show you. Come in and let us explain the various qualities. HAYR HARDWARE CO. Phone557 P.O. Box 275 150% -WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat- No 1 Nor...170% No. 2 No 3 162 No. 4.Nor... 152 No. S-. Nor...148% No. 6 Nor...135 Oats- No. 2 C. W............. No. S'CI W., Extra T Feed No. 1. Feed No. 2 Feed I Barley- No. 3 ,'o. Rejected and Feed o. 1 N. W. C.......... o. 2 C. W............. NOT AN ARREST IN WINNIPEG IN HOURS Winnipeg, Hugh John MacDonald author of.the.act snder LETHBRIDGE A8TOHI8MED BY SIMPLE MIXTURE Lethbrtdge people art astonished at the INSTANT action of simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc.. as railed m Adier-i-Xa. ONE SPOONFUL removes sucli surprising foul matter It relieves almost ANT CASE conotipa- tion, sour stomach or gas. Because Adler-i-ka acts on BOTH lower and upper bowel, a few doses often relieve or preient appendicitis. A short treat- ment helps chronic stomach 3. D. Higlnbolham Co., Ltd., TJruB- AflverllscmenL which.prohibition ia.enforced in Mani- toba, is the victim of poetic justice. Not an arrest has, been, made in Win- nipeg for .48 hours. He is police ma- gistrate with nothing to do. "Has he worked himself out of a That ft the query the genial magis- trate put up to tie .newspaper today. COUNT OKUMA RESIGNS TO OLD AOE London, Oct. Okuma, pre- mier 'of Japan, realpisd today, owing to bis advanced age. The members of tbe cabinet alto tendered their resig- nations to the emperor. STRONG GRAIN and Commission Our entire organization is at your servico and with our eiper- lenco v.-e -fuarantee to get you the besl pricea for your grain at any time and'for glade or kird of Phone M 1922 Calja-y 1 For Office 1MS Lethbrldgc 1 QuBta Ret. 1811 tlont 3ee Our Agents who an in your diatriot. J. A. GUMMING I.ethbridge Manager Joins His Brother Here' j K. O. .McKillop, a resident of Winnipeg, Has arrived in the city and will associate himself with his bro- ther in tbe business of H. A. McKil- lop. ..Mr. McKillop has for twelve years been a member of the staff of I Codville Co., wholesale grocers, Win- nipeg. WEDNESDAY LIVESTOCK PRICES S5.75 to ?6.60; feed-, ers to J6.25; heifers to wethers, to jelect, 510. ?G.15 to cows 5S.50 to S9.40; hogs to ?9.65; sheep (3.65 to J10.25. DRAYINC: OF ALL KINDS COAL CO. D PHONE ;1 5 Turner Witchell Office at Kennedy's 410 13th St. 54% 53% 63% 53% 53% 94. 8814 79% I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION At The Stock Yards, Barons Alberta, on On Saturday, October 7th AT 2 p.m.'SHARP Head of High Grade Shorthorn Durham and Hereford Cattle Iresh cows with calf at foot, 4 cows fresh in spring, 40 year old to be in calf, all bred to a pure bred Shorthorn Durham bull, 1 pair mares weighing colts by 1 side ages 9 and 1 black mam, 8 years old, weight 1350, 1 bay mare, 5 yeari'old, heavy in foal, weight 1160; 1 years old, weight 1650; 1 bay gelding; 4 years old, weight 1600, V bay gelding, 7 .years old, weight 1700; 1 icrrel gelding, 6 years old, weight set heavy work harness; 1 wagon pump and hose, 1 and.bridle; 1 heavy winter robe; 1 stud bridle: I camp stove; 1 'bran' box spring and mattress; 1 solid .mahogany. hall, looking glass and hat Several articles of Cooking utensils. TERMS OF SALE: One half cash balance 30 days, 5 per cent, off .for cash on credit amounts. V 1E. C. PECK OWNER LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices An M. P. Visits City .las A.' lipbb, of Talleyfield, Que., Liberal member-of the House of'Com, liions for Huntingdon, was a visitoi in the city tills' Mr. Hobb is extensively1 engaged in the grain busi- ness, and is making a trip through the west, gathering' 'information about the crop situation.' Track prices Wheat Oats........ 40 .......210 Barley .....82 Waco' Wheat Oals Flax Barley 'Prices 42% .....1% 72 LIVESTOCK PRICES .Cho.'ce steers, 55i to Select hoga, iliO to 200 Ibs., "Select hogs, 160 to 200 9; Choice klliliig ewes, 7c. iO'A The .Grace Crtsil Mine [i now, take cart of ail orters..... PHONE 12SO The quality la the best. Delivercrt) ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS Sailors' Relief i Bacon Hillocks, of Cal-, uary 'will he in the city on Saturday, in connection with the. British Sailors- Relief Fund. A meeting will be hem in the mayor's office on Saturday af- ternoon at 2 o'clock, which will bo at- tended by representatives of the var- ious patriotic organizations PLUMBING HEATING GAS FITTING HOLBERTON 516 Fourth Avenue ;