Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Bent a Day Hotel in Alberta Obey That Impulse ENJOY LIFE-- Use TAYLOR-MADE THINGS TO PRESERVE THIS WEEK Ontario Grapes. Italian Prunes, Hyslop Crab Another lot of Ontario Grapts just In. They arc now in splen ITALIAN PRUNES. Heavy cases. Each case sellable. ONTARIO GRAPES. CONCORDS, NIAGARAS AND ROGERS. Per basket "5 HYSLOP CRAB APPLES. The dark red kind. Extra Hue tor jelly "ibs. Large cases, each stamped. -'0 Ibs. net or more, per casu 95c GREEN TOMATOES. 6 pounds for......... 25c LARGE CASES. FRESH OYSTERS. Special per quart 85c 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 CO Ltd NE 148 NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 148" APPLES We have a splendid lot of these- at present, Snows, Mclntosli Beds and Wealthier All at reasonable prices ranging Irom to Duchess, Cooking Apples, Special, per case...................... THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Stock Cattle At Stock Yards: 00 head 2 year old lieifers. 45 head yearling heifers. 57 head cows and calves. We are handling nothing but the best range cattle. Hatch Lewis PHONE 1482. LIVE STOCK DEALERS OFFIGF..ACADIA BLDG. AND STOCK YARDS casualty appearing in the recent issue of the Edinburgh Scotsman is believed to be a former Lethbrfdge i law student. The Lieut. Martindale. Scots Guards, appears I amongst the killed. W. F. Martmda c, I law student with Johnstone BItcnie, joined the Scots Guards early in the I war and there is hardly any doubt that he is the lieutenant who has made the great sacrifice. He was the son of a colonel in the English army. His par- ents visited with Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Johnstone a few years ago. His I brother was with the Bank, ot Mont- real here for a time, when the war broke out he was in British Colum- bia, but went across to England and joined an Old Country regiment. The deceased was a young man barely over 20 years of, age. MARKETS Auction Sale FARM STOCK jySI of'horses trom 3 to S years old. All broken and good workers. Saturday, October 14th, at 2 o'clock Sharp TERMS CASH: j. A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER SEND SAMPLES. ASK FOR PRICES. TRY US AND BE CON- VINCED THAT OUR SERVICE WILL PLEASE YOU. WE WANT YOUR GRAIN CONSINGMENTS. The N. Bawlf Grain Co., Ltd. Grain Commission Merchants i Winnipeg, Oct. wneat closed 2'ic lower Icr Oct., down i for Nov., Uie lower for Dec. and Hie. idown for May. Oats were %c down, 'for Oct, V-c down for Dec. and ?iol for "May. Barley was %c lower. Flax, i was He to V-c higher. Mianeapolis j iwas ISc to 2'ic lower at the close.: 1 The trade was dull because of the lat-; I est action of the British Government, j I and the volume was rather small, i j Wheat looked very- -weak till an I porter stepped in and proved .to be a, -ood buyer. This was supposed Tight- j ly or wrongly to be for the British Government. The rest of the trade was scalping. Tbjs cash market was poor all upset. No sales for oats. Barley fair and flax, nothing doing at all. FUTURES Winnipeg Oct 168 160% 159 161% Oct..............- Oct.............. 228 224H Minneapolis 172% 167% Chicago 159% 158% Winnipeg Cash Prices No 1 Nor. No. 2 Nor. 3 Nor No. 4. Nor. No.' 5 Nor.. .139% No. '6'Nor.. .127% Oats were not quoted. Barley- No. 3 .......35 No. 4 .......90 Rejected and Feed..............79 No. 2 C. W Pretty Nails Reflect Refinement If you wish to have attrac- tive hands, you must give the nails careful attention. We have a complete line of up-to-date manicure goods. NAIL BLEACH, NAIL POLISH, NAIL CUTICLE SCISSORS. EMERY BOARDS ORANGE WOOD STICKS, FILES, ETC. Tke Red Cross Drag Book Co., United CITY AND DISTRICT ;PHONE 555. A. O. F. Meeting Court Unity. A. 0. F., will meet Thursday evening in Bergman's hall. Dec. I Dee. May Dec. May CALGARY ALBERTA Milling Grades of Wheat a Specialty Liberal Advances on Bills of Lading PHONE W 54% 170% 166 .162% COLD FEET Cold feet are unpardonable and unnecessary with water bags so reasonable. Our "Red Rambler" is "going strong." A word tolhe 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, Limited "Alberta's Pioneer Track pricet Wheat .....151 Oats 46% Flax .......212 84 If- GRAIN! Hnequalled facilities for secur- ing reliable Information regard- ing Grain. Frequent quotations. All markets. You are inrlted-to make free use of tjils uerrlce. Ask tor bids on your cmrlots of train. Prlvnte to New York, CM. cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Baird Bottercll, Union Bank Building, ARCHIE. E. Phone 1599. Res. Phone-1M2. AFTER P-m. W 4329 ANNOUNCEMENT There will be a dance in Burgman's Hail every Saturday night from 9 to 12. Gents 5Qc. Ladles free._________ I-HE WOMEN'S COMFORT ROOMS Room 1 Hull Block. Phone 1710 -J- Shampoping 'and Hair Dress- ing, Massaging and Manicuring. Hair work of all kinds. Child- ren's hair, bobbing. The Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 Inspector Morgan 111 .Inspector Morgan, of the Lethbridge chool inspectorate, has been taken ill 1th typhoid fever. Friday, the 13th Don't let that thought stop you from baking. Use "OUR BEST" for good results at all times It Is Really EXCEPTIONALLY Good Flour Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Limited Champion Barley Grower Nick Taitinger, the world's cham- ion barley grower, was a visitor in e city yesterday from Claresholin. Trades Council There will be a special meeting of le Trades Council this evening in abor Hall. Royal Arch Masons An emergent meeting of the Royal Irch Masons will be held tonight at ight o'clock, American Legion Recruits The 211th American Legion, C. E is still seeking recruits here, and Sergt. Hay has an office with the Sal- Grain Co. in the Hull block vhere he will welcome any man who desires to go overseas. Columbus Day Thursday, October 12th, is Columbus Day, and the local Knights of Colurn )iis are entertaining their friends at heir annual at home in the Sons o! England hall in the evening. Club Serves Lunch The Chinook Club -will serve luncl to members in the future. Afternoon ea will also be served from 4 to G ii the afternoons. This in an innovaiioi nd the club anticipates good suppor from the members. Crop Reports Not Exaggerated Mr. Iman Salberg, head of the Sa berg Grain Co., was in the city yester day from Winnipeg. Mr. Salberg say that alter seeing the south's crops fo himself he believes that no report o crop conditions from Southern Albert has been exaggerated. Board of Trade Luncheon The Board of Trade will hold th flrst of its fall series of luncheons tc morrow noon at 12.30 at the Chinqp Club, when business of the council c 'the board will be dealt with. All tb members are requested to he preeen LOCAL Grain Livestock Prices waaoo Drlees Wheat .....150 Oats Flax .......19G Barley .....'6 Barley LIVESTOCK PRICE8 Choice steers, 5% to W, fat cows yt to Select hogs, 150 to 200 Ibs.. DM. Select hogs, 150 to 200 Ibs., 9H- Choice killing ewes, 7c. EDMONTON BAKERS "-BOOST BREAD PRICES Edmonton, Oct. of the city in view of the high tirlMn ot flour, today raised the price ot bread from 14 loaves retail for a dollar to 12 loarea and 16 to 14 wholesale. OOOlTwOHK BY AVIATORS, Paris Oct. the night of October 9-10 Adjutant Pilot Baron and Adjutant Chaaeard bombarded, at Sturtgart, the Bosch magneto factory A dense smoke iras. seen rising from the factory as e. result ol the bom- said tonight's French ifficial statement. Falling hair and Dandruff call be stopped, and the growth Improved, by Rexall "93" Hair Tortlc, which all Hexall Stores guarantee. 3. D. HIgin- botham Co, UmHtit, Druggists. Advortisemtut, STRONG DOWER GRAIN and Commission Merchants Our organization is at your service and with our exper- ience 'we can safely guarantee to got you the best prices for your grain at any time and for any grade or kind of grain. Phono M Calgary) For Office 1686 Lothbrldge Quota- tin. 1811 Lsthbrldoe) tions. our Agents who In your district ,1. A. GUMMING Lethbridge Manager Threshing at Exp. Farm Threshing at the Experimental Farm was concluded this morning. Sup Fairfield states that the yields hav not yet been calculated but is sati fied that the results are much bettr than had been expected. Preliminary Trial Voorhees and Nelson, the two me charged with committing frau against the Ogllvie Milling Co., appear before Supt. Pennefather morrow at ihe Mounted Police ba racks for their preliminary hearing. For Patriotic Fund The hon. treasurer, R. J. Hitch Paterson, acknowledged the receipt from the Trades and Lai Council and Messrs. Hyssop Bros, p Mr Barrowman, being 10 per cent. Stampede and Labor Day Sports c Thanksgiving Day. 195 Dependents Aided During the month of September, t: JOHNGILMORLS QUAKER BREAD BREAD AT ITS BEST IS QUAKER BREAD. WITH ONE OF THE MOST COMPLETE BAKERIES IN CANADA, THE BEST PROCESS AND THE VERY BEST INGREDIENTS WE TRY FROM DAY TO DAY TO MAKE GOOD BREAD BETTER. SEAMLESS, WATERPROOF, SANITARY CONGOLEUM ARTJUJGS LIE FLAT WITHOUT FASTENING. WE HAVE THEM IN STOCK 9 ft. by 101 ft. 9 ft. by 12 ft. VOTE ON ELECTRIC DEPI. BY-LAW ANNOUNCEMENT Interesting Course of Lectures Under the auspices 'of the Mathesis j Sailors' Relief Fund Meeting I A meeting of the local committee connection with the Sailors' y Relief I Fund will be held in Mayor Hardies office tomorrow at 4.30. A full attend- utice is requested. Auction Sale of Sheep j An auction sale of 3600 head of sheep, the females being offered in ,101.3 of 50 and the wethers in lots of i 100 will be hold by the department of natural resources, C, P. n., on their I ready made farm colony, 16 miles east of Lethbridge, on Wednesday, October I 25. These sheep are of high grade and this sale offers a good opportunity for farmers to get into the sheep busi- ness, as the animals are being offer- On Tuesday next the burgesses of the city will vote to say whether the electric department shall be author- ized to issue bonds for some til.000 to cover expenditures- already made in extending the llEhtinH lines and for future extensions now .proposed, among the latter being an extension to Stafford, Village. The bylaw con- talni three nropositions which will be voted on Separately. The north side noil wIH be located in the gymnasium 'ot we minster school, and the south- side poll in Central school. L ttle in- rarest is being taken In the bylaw but Sere pass. KELLY'S APPEAL FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Geo. R. Dixon Co., PHONE 1097 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK Club a course of. eight lectures "The Body will be de- livered by Dr. Sara B. Dotwller.. These will be illustrated by means of a re- flectoscope. All Sadies are urgently invited to attend. -.Tickets for the full course cost one .dollar and may be ob- tained at the flrst lecture, entitled, "The Skeleton, or Body Framework, which will be held tomorrow, Wednes- day, afternoon at 4.30 ill Knox class. room, jd iii lots of convenient number. The sale will commence at 1 o'clock sharp. MORE ARMY SERVICE MEN NEEDED. Ottawa Oct. request has come from England for five hundred more Army Service men from Canada. A special recruiting call for them will be made at once from each divisional headquarters. They arc needed In Con- nection with transport and supply TrO Salberg Grain Company to have the convic- Uon qualhed. IC.C of Toronto, Ont., represented Kelly to- dav before the supreme court and .1. B.''Coyne represented the crown. OFFICERS' PLEASE NOTE Professor Janot, late..of the Chiro- loglcal Society ot London, will at end bazaars, social gatherings, under the auspices of the Red Cross. Lectures on sclentlnc _, irated with up-to-dato ;lantern slides Half the proceeds-given, to tho Red Cross, for dates, etc., .address Box 15, fioamursl, AH..' for a debate dlscysslOB-'lnviCed.- ,2ol-2l MEANS itisf action' Why liot let us handle your wheatf You can direct touch us at'all times which Is imrjossible when doing busi- ness firms hundreds' lif Tlcei and bids mile given at tlm.s. Quick, efficient and careful Mr- Salberg Grain Co. Hull Block, Lethbrldge. j. H. TALLINO, Local Manager. PHONES 1530. Residence 872.