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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HRRAl.D JOB DEPT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best Day Hotel in Alberta 'PEA CE' the End of Bread Battles, by using TA YLOR-MADE A Few Specials To-Night for Thanksgiving FRESH OYSTERS. The ConsI nealeil klml AH solid meats, per quart................ 85c Per pint 45c SNOW APPLES. 4 pounds tor MclNTOSH RED APPLES. Finest quality. 4 poumls 25c CRANBERRIES. Per pound COMB HONEY. Per section ................25c NEW LAID EGGS. Per dozen ..............-45o FREESTONE PEACHES. 1'er basket 30c ITALIAN PRUNES. Per basket............. 25c SWEET POTATOES. 4 pounds for..........25c HUBBARD SQUASH, i'er pound 4c TOKAY GRAPES. Per pound............... 15c MUSCAT QRAPES. 3 poundsTor........... 25c THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES MARKETS Willard's Forkdipt Chocolates A FRESH SHIPMENT OF THIS POPULAR LINE HAS JUST ARRIVED. HERE IS YOUR CHANCE FOR A NICE FRESH BOX OF CLASSY CHOCOLATES. THE KENNY ALLIN COJJg. NEXT DALi_AS MU I LU. STRONG DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Merchants Lsthbrldge Our entire organization is at your service and our exper- ience r.'C safely guarantee to the best .prices for vour grain at any time and for any grade or kind ol grain. Phono M 1922 Calgary For Office 1865 Lethbridge Quota- Rot. 1811 Lethbridge tions. See Our Anents who are In your district. J. Lethbridge Manager BOR N September 2Sth, at Cardston. to Mr. and Frank R. Summerton, a Estelle, Adv. PLUMBING HEATING FITTING WALKER HOLBERTON 516 Fourth Avenue S. FUTURES Winnipeg Oct.........x Dec............. May............ Oct............. nee............. Oct............. Dec............ Dec.........- May............ Dec............. May............ WINNIPEG tRSPI rnioco Wheat- No. 1 Nor... 169 Vi No. 2 Nor... 167 No. :l No. 5 Nor... 148% No. C Nor Feed No. 2 r. W....... No. 3 C. W....... Extra .1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 3...... No. 4............ Rejected and Feed No. 1 N. W. C, No. 2 C. W...... 161% 162V1 170% i 159% i No. 4 54% 54% 54 H 36 91 SO SYRINGES There is an advantage in sel- ecting syringes from a stock like ours. We have every known variety and each is the best of its kind. -'.t- Bulb. Fountain, Combination. Nose, 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. Tke Red Cross Drag Book Co., PHONE 1555. ATTEND THE RED CROSS JUMBLE SALE The Red Cross jumble sale in the Dominion block is the mecca oC all shoppers today. At four.o'clock this afternoon the building was swarming with people who were anxious to help the Red Cross by pick- ing up bargains for themselves. The big sale just got away to a good start this afternoon, but will be going full blast tonight. The douatious have been com- ing in all day. There is n baby grand piano to be auctioned to- night as well as a perfectly new sewing machine. Auction- eer Waddington is working overtime, assisted by Mr. Blackburn and other willing gentlemen. In the tea depart- ment .Mrs. Saunders in in charge with a host of matrons and girls assisting her to dis- pense delicacies. The music de- parlmeut is in charge of Mrs. Waddiugton assisted by Mrs: Long and Mrs. Coll. The floor committee in charge of the dancing, is composed of Mrs. McArthur and Mrs. Ritchie. Mrs. W. P. Roy is cashier of the day, relieving .Mrs. Hall. who had charge of that depart- ment yesterday. Every one should visit the sale tonight .When it will be going strong- There Is Great Satisfaction In Baking With Good Flour.... BEST' is EXCEPTIONALLY Good Flour Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Limited FRIDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES 56 to 86.45; heifers S5.50- feeders S5.75 to .wethers JS 25 to SS.50; hogs, ?6.15 to cows JS.SO to hogs to 5_10.05; sheep to 510.30. DRAYING ,OF ALL KINDS COAL CO. D PHONE 1345 Turner Wltchell Office at Kennedy's 410 13th St. The Grace Coal Mine is now prepared to of .all orders. PHONE 125O The quality is the best. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS CREAM WANTED HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR NO. 1 CREAM, AND CHECK SENT FOR EACH SHIPMENT BY RETURN MAIL. MILK MILK AND DELIVERED CREAM DAILY. Improved Land for Sale Mr. Peter Lund's home farm at B C 221 acres known zs the P Lund Ranch and joins the town of Wardner, B.-C. and the railway station of the C. P. R. on this farm was locat- ed llr Lund 3 residence, recently des- troyed by fire and having cost J23.000. There is now located on the farm a commodious farm house, large modern barn, chicken house, hog house, sev- eral small outbuildings, 2 large root cellai'u The land all fenced and cross fenced and about 120 acres nnder cul- tivation seeded. down 10 clover, timoth] and alfalfa. 5 acres in orchard whicn wiircome into heyring neit jeat AH kinds of small fruits. Gravity water piped to all parts of the premises House and outbuildings, lighted bj electricity. .Complete ir- ligation system has been installed. Cattle sheds for .20.0 head of cattle. There is now ah'out 20D tons of hay on the place, cut this year. head of cattle, swine, wo'rk horses and ail ne- cessary farm implements and equip- ment, and several thousand acres open mountain range adjoining which af- fords fine grazing for many years. The improvements on this .land has tost more than I now ask for the place, including land. At is located one o{ the largest sawmills and lumber operations in B. C. This Is a going concern with nearly ali con-j a'city. Will sell on easy' terms; to right party. May take in psrt payment fann property in the Lethbridge district. If interested. go to Wardner and look it over f P LUND, P. O Box 189 Phone 516 Leihbrtdge, Alberta KaWrv7 v BABIES' MILK supplier from individual cows have passed the tubercular tfest by the govern- ment vsisnnanan. EDGEHILL DAIRY Phone 1524 801 7th St. S. LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Track prices Wheat .....153% Oats 46% Flax .......208 Barley 84 Waoon Prices Wheat I Oats Flax.......196 I Barley 76 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, a% to fat cows 514 to Select hogs, 150 to 200 Ibs., Select hogs, 150 to 200 Ibs., Choice killing ewes, 7c. CITY AND DISTRICT Promotions in 191st t Regimental Sergeant-Major D. G. j Cunnington and Company Sergeaut- j Major R. S. Lawrence. df the 191st Battalion, have been appointed Heu- 1 tenants in that unit by Lieut.-Col. W. C. Bryan, officer commanding. Both enlisted" as privates and qualified offi- 1 cers. HarvestHome and Thanks- giving Wesley Church Rev. G. H. Cobbledick, Pastor Tomorrow, 8th 11 a.m.: Thanksgiving for an Abundant Harvest." 7.30 p.m. "National Causes for Thanksgiving." Music Music by Large Choir under Mr. Claude Hughes, Conductor. MORNING "Ye shall .Dwell "In" the Btaiuer. Solo. Mrs. H. II. John- son, Cowen. EVENING "Sing to the Lord of Barnby. "Praise tne Lord o My R Smart. Kipling's Re- We. Dykes. lord's Prayer, Goode- notion in F. "Now Father, We Commend Ourselves to Thee This Nlghti" Loud. Funeral of John Linning The funeral of young Johnny Lin- ning. who died as the result of. iniur- I ies received while operating the .eie- Alexandra was jheld Thursday afternoon, Rev, Wm. McNichol officiating. The pallbearers were Herbert Skidmore, James Miller, Lester Hedenstrom and Andrew Queen. Floral contributions are ac- i knowledged from the Alexandra Hotel! staff, the Hudson Bay'tea room and staff, St. Andrew's Sunday school, Mr. j and Mrs. W. S. Scott, Mrs. Bissett and i Mrs. Hogg. Mr. and Mrs. JIcGowan. Mr. and Mrs. Horn, Mr. and Mrs. J. Horn, Mr. and Mrs, Knight. Mrs. Gogan and Miss Blackloclr, Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. ijoseph Mil- ler, Mr. and Mrs. Hedenstrom, Mrs. Wataon and Mrs. Whitefield, Mr.'Tha- den and Mr. Hildrante.'Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Ritchie, the Misses Leadbetter, the Misses Ridley, and the chums of the deceased lad. H. Skidmore. Alex Brad- i ley, Tom and Bob Andrews, and Mr. Tom Adams and Mr. and Mrs. bloody. Cold feet 'are f unpardonable and unnecessary with water bags "Keel is "going stronfl." A word to. the wise should be sufficient. There are cold days coming. Look ahead. Remember that an al- lowance of 25c is made on the purchase price if you return your old water bottle. j. D. "Alberta's Pioneer Wholesale and r-eUil" chemiiti TELEPHONE NO. 322 CITY AND DISTBICT Passenger Agent Here R. Dawson, district passenger agent of the C. r. was in the city yes- terday Calgary. t Letter fcr Desmond O'Neill j A letter iruiii Dinirua Asylum, Llbi- eriek, addressed to Desmond O'Neill, is in the mayor's office. Masonic Meeting North Star lodge No. 4. A. F. and A. }i., regular meeting in Masonic hall on Monday at 8 o'clock. Second de- gree. 'Visiting brethren cordially wel- A. 0. F. 10 ATTEND Tho annual: church'parade of. the ncient -Orde'r of Foresters will be held tomorrow when the [members will attend SI. Mary's churc members will. St. Mary's A jcAit parade of the tvo courts (Court Unity, and .Court Star) will be held. The members are Mked to meet at Burgnmn's Hall, at i o'clock, sharp. A LAWYER DIIS Hamilton, Ont., Oct. S. V. zier, K.C., one of tha plty.'i tnM.t prom- inent lawyers, died Wednesday .He was 76 years old and b.eeo ill for two A -Genuine Farm Land Bargain.' Well improved wheat or atbcfe farm, located miles from a good railway town in Central Alberta. The district has experienced a dry year or a crop failure. The farm consists of 800 acres of high, gently rolling land. The soil is a'rich iiiack loam on a clay subsoil. There Is about 15 acres of brush, and, poplar, the balance being open and arable. There are two good frame nouses, a iarge ;harn, ,fiO by 100, granaries, The place is all fenced. and cross fenced and there are 325 acres under cultivation. The farm lias one mile frontage on a nice fresh water lake. For] immediate sale we offer thle Hplendld place at J20 per acre; terms cash, balance 5 years at Excellent reason for selling For full particulars write or call on -part owners and aolo agents. G. D. Carter Co. 10059 McDougall Ave., Edmonton United Grain Producers Move The United Grain Producers, who have been occupying temporary offices in tthe. Rylands block for the past two have moverIL to handsome. new offices on the grdun'd floor of the Emprefla 'theatre block. new offi- ces are well fitted up for'conducting d grain commission business. The move was made last night and the office opened to tbe public this morn- ing. Bowling Tonight The second series of. games in the Herald five pin league will take place tonight when the Press and Comps come together at the Dominion alleys. On Monday, Thanksgiving, the alleys wili be open afternoon aud evening. Thanks Chinese for Donation H. Dawson, through the Salvation Army in Lethbridge, desires thank most heartily the local members of the Chinese National League, espec-, ially Eing Woo, the and Wing ,Wah Chung, past--president, for their generous donation of to- wards the Army work this year. JOHN GILMORE'S QUAKER BREAD QUAKER BREAD IS BREAD, IT'S NOT CAKE. SOME BREAD IS SO RICH WITH SUGAR THAT YOU SOON TIRE OF IT. WE MAKE QUAKER BREAD TO BE EA'TKN THREE TIMES A DAY, DAY IN, DAY OUT-AND NOT GET TIRESOME. HEATERS COALJlGAS FROM A NEW DEEP ASH PIT EASILY EMPTIED. WE HAVE A VERY LARGE'ASSORTMENT YOU ARE SURE-OF A SELECTION. We are pleased to show you. Come in and let us explain the various qualities. HAYR HARDWARE CO. Phone 557 P.O. Box 275 Scandinavian Battalion Several recruits are in prospect for the 223rd Canadian Scandinavian regi- ment, for which battalion Sergt. Koh- out is in Lethbridge recruiting. He is making a special appeal to Bohem- ians and Slavs, and he expects to get a number of them here. For Serbian Relief Recent contributions for the Serbian relief fund, acknowledged by the sec-1 retary at Calgary include from the-Hampshire chapter, I. O'.'.D. E. at I Cardaton, and from the late Gen'. Walker, former C. P- R. superintend- ent here. ORPHEUMM MONDAY ONLY H WITH MATINEE m RANTAGEQ People in the Show O'Neill WalnwNy with HAZEL KIRKE and Girls in "THE TWO PIKERS" Special Meeting Trades Council A special meeting of the Trades and Labor Council will be held in the La- bor hall tomorrow (Sunday) afternoon at 2.30 to complete arrangements for the Thanksgiving Day sports. Not Improving Mrs. Lottie Davis, who was so se- verely burned yesterday while work- ing in the Ott block, Is no better to- day according to a report received at noon from the Gait hospital. Mrs. Davis is suffering greatly from her burns. During the afternoon Mrs. Davis' little daughter had to be sent to the hospital also. Her nervous sys- tem was completely shattered by the shock of the accident., THE WOMEN'S COMFORT ROOMS Room 1 Hull Block, Phone 1710 Shampooing and Hair Dreaa- ins, Massaging and Manicuring. Hair work of all kinds. Child- ren'" hair bolihlng. ADONIS. A Study in Lavender" VALERIE SISTERS The Talented Pair HARRY MINES THe 58th Variety Paul Percira and His i STRING SEXTETTE The Biggeit Mutieal Act in Vaudeville TWO SHOWS EVENING SHOW: '8 O'clock. MATINEE: 2.30; Vau- 4.30, (Night) ORPHEUM MONDAY Lovers of High" Class tention! Stop! Look! Monday haxt the theatre going pub- hr. will .have an off9r- tui'Sy.of aceiivj the higgert musical a-.t in vaudJvlMe. An act that has piay- ed to nothing less than a seat befo-e go'nfj on tne Pantages' circuit.' Mr. Pantajei mads it posliblr to see this wonderful musical act' pre> sented by the popular Paul and his String Sextette it usual .vaudeville prices There will oe fivs 'other acts including Hazel Kirk and Girls in "The Two Pikers" For the benefit of the ladies' and children there will be-a special matinee at'3'p.m. Attend the matinee and avoid the evening rush. CARD OF THANKS Mr and W. Linnlng and family wish to thank tlie'many filondi for their kindness In their sad bereave- T Owing to the unsettled conditions and of the doubtful road the Elks automobile parade which wan proponed for day will he 253-1 COUPON Any one prvwntihg thit cou- pon at the (Monday, together with 2ft eiih will be admitted to any in the home for the mutintc only. Price 36c for., mitinti. Money to Lhih W. F. NELION AlkMta Loan Block, Uttbndge, ;