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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPT. LETHBRIDkE HOTEL Beit 5 a Day Hotel in Alberta TEA the End of Bread Battles, by using TAYLOR-MADE Extra Specials lor lankspini at Good's r.LCWER HONEY. FREESTONE PEACHES. Klbertas. per case 90c Per basket............................. ITALIAN PRUNES. Heavy cases. Excellent miallty, per case COOKING APPLES. Several kinds. Orchard run. unwrapped, B IbB. Per cass EATING APPLES. Mcllltosll Reds. N'J. t s. 40c iref case No. 2's." per case Or 3 iioiuids for GRAPES, per pound g0c j per 6 pound basket..................... GREEN TOMATOES, 40 ID. BLACKBERRIES, per basket HYSLOP CRAB APPLES. The dark red ones._ Very fine for jelly. 40 Ib. cases, each LET US ONTARIO PURE WHITE CLOVER; HONEY Kstra .luantity. This season s pack. I lilt sealers, each r, pound palls, each 10 pound pails, each................ FRESH OYSTERS. The coast sealrtl solul pack Kind, per CRANBERRIES, pound................ GINGER SNAPS, 2 pounds for.............. 25c FRESH EGGS. Just a few of these, per R'SH SHIPMENT OF THIS POPULAR LINE HAS JUST HERE IS YONUR CHANCE FOR A FRESH BOX OF CLASSY CHOCOLATES. KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTCL. STRONG GRAIN and Commission Merchants Our entire orientation fa at your nervicB ami with our exper- we cmi safely -guarantee to set you the best prices for vour grain at any time and for ?mle or kted ot grain. Phono M 1922 Calgary Fo Office 1865 Lethbrldge R... 1811 Lsthbrldgs Our Agents who are in your district. J. A. GUMMING Lethbridge Manager Quota- tions. MARKETS Is Great Satisfaction In v. Baking With Good BEST' is EXCEPTIONALLY Good Flour Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Limited CITY AND DISTRICT Service at Hardievi..- Mr Fnicliney will preach at Mar-, dieville on Sunday evening next. Suot. Missions to Preach 1 M B Ryan, of Calgary, Supt. of, Missions of Alberta, is to preach in, ihe" Christian church on Thanksgiving Sunday. For Patriotic Fund Tine Hon. Treas. R. J. Ritchie Pat-j erson acknowledges the receipt ot j 51.1T, from the pupils 'of-ItacLeaa. school. _ i DRAYING OF ALL KINDS PHONE 1 345 Turner Witchell Office at Kennedy's a10 13th St. Crop Averaaes 50 Bushels T. R Jonling. the well known Mon-. arch larme'r, is In the city today. Jopling has his threshing almost com-j pleted and states that his summerfal- Winnipeg. Oct. wheat j averagea 50 bushels. to "isc-lower with October _-------------.. 'at 166U to December at 164% and Very Littje Threshing Done 'December and May at IGOVs. cazier of Cardstpn, is a business Oats closed U to Tsc higher with Oc visitor Mr. Cazier is well sat- 'tober at December at 53% with tue cr0p 0.1 his big farm iiiav at 55.' Barley closed 2c higher eaat of cardston. Uvitii October at-86e. Flax closed.2% lower with October at 224, No- 'rvember at and December at Minneapolis closed to lower 'witb December at 168% and May at The market was rather nervous. the advance on the open hedg- I in" and selling orders carried ('considerably, but it spesili'.y rsscssj. I to high levels and sold up to the high Tuesday, namely IGStt. It tell be- low i his level again but was stuoborn- IT strong. The market several times reached to the high point until the; last .half hour, when the break was. more definite. j Cash demand was fair with the price! for So 2 Northern which gained %c ion the premium, while the premium on No. 1 fell off Vie. There was a fan- trade in cash oats on government 1 orders and a new speculative. Bar- !ley touched the unusual price of 2c per pound. I FUTURES Winnipeg wheat- Very little thresh ing has been done there as yet, he says. to be Sold The Grand Piano kindly.contributed by a Citi2en to the Bed Cross be sold on Saturday evening at eight in lieag-1 The may be viewed at it-down ,lme at the standard Furniture Co'.'s old stand, 4th avenue. SYRINGES There is an advantage in sel- ecting syringes from a stock like ours. We have every known variety and each is the best cf its kind. Bulb Fountain, Combination, Xose. Ear, Hypodermic. And many others are kept constantly in stock. To .the ad- vantage of choosing'from an ex- ceptional assortment, we add the further advantage! of low prices. TkeRfedCrMs.Dr.ig Book Co., Lbiied PHONE 555. i oo mm COM The Grace Coal Mine is now prepared to take care of all orders. PHONE 125Q Tht quality is the beat. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TOM LOADS J Oct. i May...... i Oct....... [Dec......... j i Oct......... Dec......... i Dec. !May........ iDec....... May 160% 170% 16814 WINNIPEG CASH PRICES 160 ii 168% 164-V, 157% 157H PLUMBING HEATING GAS FITTING WALKER HOLBERTON 516 Fourth Avenue S. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern No. 4 Northern 5 Northern llNo. 0 .Northern iFeed No. 2 C. W........ No. 3 C. W. Estra 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed Barley- No. 3 No. 4 .Rejected and Feed No. I'N.-W. C..... No. 2 C. W....... 16S 105 159% 140 U 137W 54% 54% 54% 9G or 88 STORE 414 Repairs Neatly Executed COAL AND TRANSFER C.O.D. (THURSDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES feed jera 56 to heifers ?S.2o to I wethers 57.50 to hogs, select I to cows liogs to I sheep to LOCAL MARKETS 1 Grain Livestock Prices I Look Ahead! You may not be in need of Rubber Goods at the roil will need them before long and now is the time to prOMde asainst that emergency. Below is a partial list of the highest class rubber goods oftered to a discriminating public. They are of maximum quality- the very best Para rubber pos- sible to obtain. Maximum workmanship-tlie highest degree of technical and uiecliauicii still in every process of maimtactu .Maximum utility- reinforcements where needed, extra thick ness where needed, extra sizes where needed. Maximum good looks-perfection of outline and that stamps every piece a work of art, a thing of f Back of "all this is the unique, unequalled Universal Guarantee printed guarantee ili every box. that gives you a two Tears' privilege of return or exchange, at any Rexall Store No niatter what article of the big Maximum line you buy, should it not gn e n 1 service for the fulfterm of two years take It back and get your money No matter .in what -town you bought lie article A hot water bottle anatomizer, an ice cap-or anything that bears the Marimum trkde mark-thougli bought in Los Angeles, may be re- deemTdta Winnipeg, Canada; or it bought in Pensacola, may be re- re'S0d good everywhere, ever been offered place in your home, at favorable prices some of those rubber comforts and. necessities you have, long want- ed and needed TUB prices are very reasonable when Maximum quality is considered, and are made possible through the co-opera- tive buving and manufacturing arrangement which The Rexall Store in your town! enjoys with over other Rexall Stores-one leadSng drag important city and town in the United States; Canada and" Great '.Britain. Maximum Water.: Bottles. Reinforced seams. Can t lose stop- P'e' Maximum' Foaatain.. Syringes. All rubber, with extra large tubing, in 2 Maximum Ice Caps. Extra strong and durable, cloth inserted Maximum Massage Bath Sprays. A massage brush and bath snrav combined. Maximum Invalid Rings. Also useful as automobile and chair cushions, etc. Very strong. Maximum Face Bottles. Round lose stopple. Maximum Household Gloves. Seamless. Tapering fingers, flesh Maximum Atomizers. Each has three lips, and can be used for all purposes that an atomizer is' renuired for. 'You can buy Maximum Rubber Goods only at J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO., Ltd. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS Winnipeg. Oct. Justice Hag- gart this morning heard evidence in the application under the habeas cor- pus for release from custody of the four-Winnipeg newspaper men sen- tenced to terms in jail for alleged con- tempt of court by Mr. Justice Gait, sitting as a commissioner investigat- ing the agricultural college contracts.- This afternoon A. .1. Andrews, counsel for the newspapermen, will present ills argument. The crown was not rep- resented at today's proceedings. Mr Andrews stated that he understood that C P Wilson. K.C.. would not appear and no one took his place. Mr. Wilson appeared for the crown when the application was before .TUstice Haggart last Saturday and stated at that time that he considered the pro- ceedings irregular. Formal evidence -was introduced this morning through 'the court and jail officials of the serving of .sub- poenas on Edward B. R. Deacon and Stanley Beck, of the Winnipeg Telegram, and on Knox Magee, of the Winnipeg Saturday Post. There was 'also evidence of their committal to jail and of their release en habeas corpus by Mr. Justice Haggart a few- hours later. The statute governing the appointment of commissions 01 enquiry was read by Andrews, who contended that Commissioner Gait had no authority, to examine the applicants on the. subject of news- paper articles and consequently no authority to punish them for contempt I in respe'ct of the articles. His Lord-, ship said he was not trying the ques- tion of whether or not the articles j complained of were libellous, but he trying" the validity of the commit- Mr Andrews called Edward Back, Stanley Beck and Knox Magce. who sold they had been quite prepared to answer any questions within the. scope of the Gajt enquiry. Edward Beck said the objections he' took were "matters ot principle and self-protec- tion" He said he was served with I his subpoena at 9 o'clock to appear at I 10 30 Mr. Magee said It was almost 110 o'clock when he received his slim- I mona Mr. Andrews declared that the I applicants had no time to secure I counsel or prepare defence to what he Icalled-the criminal charge ot con- i tempt. The applicants said they hart no intention of being disrespectful to Commissioner Gait when they appear- ed before him. JOHN GILMORE'S QUAKER THE SALT WE USE IN QUAKER BREAD IS THE FIN- EST DAIRY SALT. WE COULD USE COMMON SALT, IT WOULD BE CHEAPER, BUT BY USING THE BEST WE NEVER HAVE A COMPLAINT ABOUT LUMPS OF SALT IN THE BREAD. IT PAYS. A NEW; DEEP PIT EASILY EMPT1EP. WE HAVE A VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT YOU ARE SURE..OF'A SELECTION. w are pleased you. Gome in and let us explain the various qualities. HAYR HARDWARE CO. P.O. Box 27 5 WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing, Tinsmlthing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICRSEHL HARDWARE CO. Harvest Thanksgiving Sahation %rmy Harvest MONITORS SHELL FERONNE Evening The Salvation irmy Harvest torceb navy jui ___ suecial music here in the great land battle of the! Sbuime, seventy miles from the sea. Ironclad monitors, utilizing Francos magnificent network of canals along the So'mme, centering at Peronne are narticipating in the daily bombard- ment of Mount St. Qncnlln. They ad- vancc slowly on the German strong- hoid as the .land lines creep forward and have done much effective work. RUSSIAN STEAMER SUNK London, Oct. reports that I the ftussian steamer, Tourgai. of tons gross register, has sunk. been German village is being construct. ed by the interned sailors of the Kite! Friedrich and the Kron Iriii7 in i uirnn o' orated ind there uill be special music prov ided by the band lor the occasion. Dn Tuesday Oct 10th, a sale of goods and fruit will be held, to which all are invited. Dismissed On Theft Charge In supieme -eoirft this morning Geo ind Mike ToiJoroski