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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel in Uterts Are of th< excellent condition. Place your orders -now for Grapes. CQNCORP and NIAOAHA (i quart baskets. Price RED ROGERS Price each RIPE TOMATOES; Ontario: G quart Prico each, NEW LAID Per dozen............... 50c 55c 35c APPLES a fw cases left ff 4 Special, per I MclNTOSH good slock, special, per caso No. Is. Per wise SNOW No. Is, per case Office: THE GOOD CO. Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 MARKETS ASK YOUR GROCER FOB "Crystal Brand" Creamery Butter The Freih BuKtr on the by CRYSTAL DAISY Lethbrldge Phane 1576 It's No Secret! Those who use it know Model Bakery Bread is superior in every detail Do You Know It? N. J.-SCHWEITZER, PROP. Phone 1175. 1.00} WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., .Oct. and closing prices on the grain ex- j changes today were: t Open Clos? Oct SISJ 99H Nov............................ 86J USfi Dec May Oct. ____................... 3S-J- DPC......................... 35b Mar Mi Oct........., 571 Oct............................ NOT 1.63 Dec.' 1.614 WINN1PES CASH PRICES No. 1 Nor................... No. 3 Nor................... No. 3 No. 4 Nor................... No. 5 No. 6 Feed Oats- No. 2 C. W................. No. 3 C. Ex. No. 1 Feed.......... Xo.-l Feed No. 2 Feed No. 3 No. 4 No. 1 Feed Flax- No. 1 N. W. C.........., No. 2 C. W................. CHICAGO WHEAT Dec 107 "Mar 11 OS MINNEAPOLIS, WH EAT Dec.................. 1.01 Mav 1 04 Olive Oil a Cold Weather Food The body requires heating foods during the cold weather. Fats are in demand and the best Tat Is Olive Oil. It is prac- tically all nutriuietit and Is easily digested. pure Italian Olive Oil a delicious flavor, and whether used for salads or for cooking, "it is sure to delight your palate. The price luis not been ad- vanced because of the war. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited need it in your kitchen Your Grocer will Supply it See that this brand is on the next sack of Flour you buy It Will Pay You Ison Willing and Elevator Ltd. .Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, clear Calgary, clear Medicine Hat, clear Prince Albert, clear JMoosc Jaw, clear.......... clear Winnipeg, cloudy......... Port Arthur, cloudy Red Deer, clear Saskatoon, clear Swift Current, clear Regina, cloudy I over the Prairie Prov- 1 in ccs has'been mostly clear and cool, and warm today and on Thursday. CITY AND DISTRICT Sons of England Notice The S.O.E. degree meet to- night at S o'clock sharp. B. of T. Luncheon The Board ui Trade will meet 'for j luncheon in the Lethbridge Hotel to- morrow at noon. 1.64 1.61 1.02 1 OaJ Playing at the Orphtum fer three days beginning Thursday, October 14 Inspector Tupper Goes to Edmonton Gets Desirable Farm AfterVigitatthe Land Office Regina, Sask, Get follow- fag changes are wmo'tinced In the Mounted Police Inspector Tuppw ttf Moun- tain has been transftrrtd to Edmon- ton, AJta., and Inspector Ryaa of Re- gina to Wood Mouniiln sub-dis- trict. Inspe ctor Raven has b een from ajinontan to Wey- bnni, and Inspector from Weybarn to Edmonton.'. After a vigil of a week on the steps of the land office, the .day portion ci which was pcrionned.'for-bira hy a .woman of rather advanced age, but undaunted ''determination, and the1 night portion of which was perform- ed for him hj his son, James Black, a Lethbridge man, .was able yester- day -to file OQ a very desiraHe home- stead two miles from Grassy Lake, I namely, the north-east quarter of sec- tion 19, township 10, range 13. Thfs homestead was a cancelled one, and was thrown open lor re-fill ing yesterday. Mr. Black, who is an- xious to take up a farm, but who Tras unable to himself camp on "the spot to secure his place for first maa, "arranged for the others to keep it-be place for him. Yesterday morn- ing he stepped up and secured the 1 i'arra. LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Hoga, steers, {5 85-16.00- cows, ?5.50; heifers, ?5.7o. Chicago1: Hogs, cattle, LOCAL MARKETS LqCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon lots: Wheat Oats Barley Flax Track prices; Wheat Oats Barley Flax BUYING PRICE fan No. 1 timothy' baled, ton 35 42% 147 HAY 10.25 HEADACHE? CITY AND DISTRICT Thousands of persons who have never known a day's sickness in any other form are subject to frequent attacks of Headache that almost drive them mad. Whatever the nature may be dr cause, the immediate condition that produces the pain is a congestion or filling up of the blood vessels of the fcrain with blood, thus causing a pres- sure on the brain cells and nerve filaments. In treating all forms of Headache the first thing to do is to relieve the congestion of the blood vessels of the brain. Abbey's Effervescent Salt in laxative doses doea this promptly. Sold everywhere at 25c. and tOc. Full blooded people who are subject to. frequent attacks of Headache can .be entirely relieved by taking laxative doses of the Salt every morning. Headaches froe Indigestion and Biliousness arc also entirely banished by continuing the use of the Salt until the normal action of the liver and is restored. e Tmdet Council To mo row The Trades and Labor Council -will jhold a regular meeting tomorrow ev- In the Labor Temple. A31 dele- 1 sates requested'to attend. Sold by J, D. Higinbotham d Co., L.mittd Death of Monarch Lady The death occurred In the city to- day of Anna Chrlstiba Gtieynae of Monarch. 'The deceased Ifcdy who was 42 of age war the wife of Leopard Monarch, who survives her, .The body "was forward- ed from undertaking lori to Monarch, where interment will be made ID the Monarch cemetery. Patriotic Fund hon. treasurer, R. J. R. Pater- son begs to acknowledge the receipt of a from the I.OJXE., per Hri. Starnes, being tile nett pro- ceods of the Hudson's Bay Tea Rqom of the 8th Inet, devoted to the above fund, and also a cheque from the Hud- son's Bty Co. for being the lo- oal .branch's donation for the month of September, 1915, and J1W6 from day. COMING "The Spoilers" Orpheuin bCTOIER 14th, 16th, 16th. Fire The residence at 636 Twelfth-street South, occupied by A. Orerfleld, but owned by O. D. Austin of Medicine Hat, was considerably damaged by fire at nine o'clock last night, by. a blaz6 which started from the furnace, while the family were absent. The firomen the doorf, .and man- aged to prevent "the blaze from beyond, basement and I .'walls of the'house. As It I Iderable damage wai done. There ho insurance. No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton 3.25 So. 1 Bluejoint BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per cwt., Beets, per cwt., Turnips, per cwt., 75c. per .ton, S10 to 512. Parsnips, per cwt. SI. 50. Cabbage, per cwt., 75c. to Uvwtock ana Poultry Choice stcen, 5-5 Jcv' Fat cows, Choice killing wethers, 6J. Choice killing ewes, sic. Select hois, 150-250 8Hc. Live poultry springers, 16c. ib. Number 1 fowl, 12 Jc. Dressed Fowl, .12 to loc. Fresh gathered eggs, 30c. doz. No. 1 Farmers' dairy butter, 25c. George Martin, an old British sol- dier, who had seen service in India, died at St. Thomas. Telephone operators. in Egypt are required to speak English, French, Italian, .Oreek and Arabic. REMOVES tarnish, stains, smut, and grease. Never deteriorates, guarant- eed forever. for, all -base' metals, por- celain and marble. Used the world