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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Bett a Dny Hotel in Alberta Obey That Impulse ENJOY LIFE-- Use TAYLOR MADE KITCHENER'S MOB BY JAMES NORMAN HALL A Vivid and Uncensored account of the experience of one ot the first men to enlist in KJtcUsuer's Army. A splendid tribute or to Kitchener's work. Price THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. ______.. ._ ..nvrri Dt-inNIP Idfi7. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. WHERE TO GO FOE Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 762 Saturday is Popcorn Crispette Day Specials This Week End at Goods JUST RECEIVED A SHiPMENT OF DILL PICKLES .N JJf JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF IN AND THREE GALLON PAILS ALSO AND THE PRICES ON THESE GOODS ONTARIO GRAPES THIS WEEK END. NOW I! ONTARIO GRAPES. Red, wllito and bine. 3 baskets for S1-26 ITALIAN PRUNES. Heavy cases ITALIAN PRUNES. Per basket FRESH CRANBERRIES. Per pound TOKAY GRAPES. Per pound TOKAY GRAPES. Per 7 pound basket SWEET POTATOES. SVi pounds for....... APPLES. Snows, Mcintosb Reds. and Duchess. Prices per case, 51.15 up to- GREEN TOMATOES. Per case HYSLOP CRAB APPLES. Per case.........S2.00 EGGS. Good quality No. 1 storage, per dozen 40c 30o 15c 15o 90c 25o DILL PICKLES. Quarts, each 40o Gallons, each ;l pound pails, 52.75 MINCE MEAT. In 4 pound enamelled this. Extra Qiinilly, per tin 70s FRESH OYSTERS. All oysters, no water. Special this week. Quarts each 85c Pints, eacli 45c WHITE CLOVER HONEY. This years. Pint sealers, eacli.............................40c i> pound tins, each 10 pound tills, each GINGER SNAPS. 'J pounds for..............25c PEANUT BUTTER, per pound 25c PEANUT BUTTER. 1 pound tins THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES CITY AND DISTEICT MARKETS Winnipeg, Oct. wheat losed lie higher .for October, Me down for December and %c better for Cash Given in Prices EVERY PURCHASER OF OUR FRESH POPCORN AT TWO PKfiS. FOR TEN CTS. ON SATURDAY WILL BE HANDED A'TICKET ENTIT- LING THE HOLDER TO A DRAW FOR THE PHIZES AT.-9.3U..ON SATURDAY EVENING. 1st Prize. Cash 50c 3rd 4th" 5th Zoc loe lOc When here get some of our delicious home made Peanut Butter and Candy. KEITH'S THIRD AVENUE BESIDE P. BURNS CO. up Barley was Ic higher. apolis wheat was higher for De-i cember and KC higher for May. Another small day when the only! excitement was in the closing minutes. The pit crowd continued to even and the professionals tried a little, spreading. The outside news mixed. Rains in the Argentine arrived j too late. The Argentine markets were j all very strong. Our market, how-] ever paid little attention to the out-j side news. and. followed Minneapolis. Cash trade was small; bushels j of oats were put through the clearing house. Wheat was 140 lower in pre-1 mium all round. Barley was firm, with buyers for all grades. j FUTURES j Winnipeg Oct 164U' Dec 158% Mav............ Oct............. 54% 52% May......... Oct............. 224fe Dec............- 221 Dec.......... "May......... i.. 157% 5Iay......... l.'T.W WINNIPEG CASH PRICES No 1 2 Nor...161% No. 3 Nor.-.15G% No: 4 No 5 Nor...l37M No. 6 Nor... 126% Feed...................... Oats- No. 2 C. W. 53% No. 3 C. W. 51% j Extra 1 Feed 51% No. 1 Feed.. 51% No. 2 Feed.. ol% No. 3 97 No. 4 92 Rejected and Feed SI Flax- No. 1 N. W. C. 226 No. 2 C. W................... 222 CLASSES IN DANCING and PHYSICAL CULTURE Min Gladys Attree, of Nelson, B. C., will op.n her classes in By arrangemenl Dancing and Physical Culture at the Y. M. C. A. -PRIVATE LESSONS at CLASSES FOR CHILDREN Ballroom dancing and depart- ment: 1 Pupil...................... S 2 Pupils of a family.......114 3 Pupils of a The above classes Including fancy -dancing: 1 2 Puplli In a 3 Pupils in a family ADULT CLASS .Lessons in .ballroom dancing. for a course. for half course. GYMNASTIC AND SWIMMING CLASSES Under auspices of Women's ..Civic Club. 4 lesions for 53S 222% 170% 166% 159V4 157% Take Cod Liver Oil The Taste There is nothing more reliable for the cure of chronic coughs and other diseases of the air passages than Cod Liver Oil. But most people refrain from taking it because of its repulsive taste. Nyal's Cod LiTcr Oil Compound contains all medicinal virtues of the oil of selected Norwegian Cod's livers -without having the disagreeable odor and the strong fishy flavor which makes the straight oil so repugnant. This preparation can easily be taken by invalids or any one with a weak stomach. and Bottle Tke Red Cross Drag Back Co., Limited PHONE' 655. LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Track frices isfanon frl Wheat .....149% Wlieat Oats .1..... 45% Oats Flax .......210% Flax LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 5% to fat 554 to Select hogs, 150 to 200 Ibs., Choice killing 7c. ices .145 42% 196 "ONE O NINE" TODAY, the 13th, "Good Luck is the last day of the RED RAMBLER Hot Water P.ptt-lcs at We have just twenty-six of these bottles left, out ot'-ssveral hundred and if you .haven't se- cured your "Winter Comfort" 3Mii had Ijettcr hasttin. closes on the 13th. J. D. Higinbothain Co. "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists." Wholesale and retail chemitti TELEPHONE NO. 322 RED CROSS OFFICERS PLEASE THURSDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES NOTE Professor Janot, late of the Chiro- logical'Society wili'attericl bazaars, social gatherings, etc., held under Ule Red Cross. Lectures on scientific'palmistry iliua- trated with up to date lantern slides, to the Red address Box 15, Alta. Good 'subject for a discussion invited. to feeders ?5.76 to ?6; heifers to J5.6B; hogs, select, wethers to S8.50. to cows to hogs to sheep to GRAIN! Unequalled facilities for secur- ing reliable Information reeard- ing Grain. Frequent" quotation a. AH markets. You are invited to make free nse of this service..Ask tor bids on your carlots of. (rein. Private wires to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Baird Union Bank Building, ARCHIE. E. RKE80R, Mflr. Phone 1599. Phone 1882. Sell Sheep Blacltlock Bros, and A. Robertson, two of the leading sheep ranchers of the south, have recently sold their fat wethers to the P. Burns Co. Mr. Simp- son, mauiiger the Robinson ranch, made the sale for that concern. Commissioner at Cardston Commissioner Grace was called to Cardston yesterday afternoon, so the meeting of commissioners this .ng was postponed. The matter of salaries will he further discussed at the next meeting. Scientific Palmist at Red Cross Rooms Professor Janot, scientific Tvill be at the Red Cross rooms to- morrow from ton o'clock in the morn- ing "to read the palms of all those who ivere unable to see him at the Jumble Sale, THE WOMEN'S COMFORT ROOMS Room 1 Hull Block, phone 1710 Shampooing and Hair press- ing, Massaging and Maniciiriiifg. Hair work of all kinds. Child- ren's hair bobbing. Jl STRONG DOWLER GRAIN and _ Commission Merchant! Our entire organiznUon ia at your iervtoe and with our exper- ience >ve can Gafcly guarantee to sot you the best, prices for your grain at any time and for any grade or kind of grain. Phone M 1922 I For Office Lelhbrldgo f QuoU- 1811 tlone. Our Agenti who In your district. J. A. CUMMINU Ltthbrldge' LOST One Standard bred 2 year old, branded T S over on right shoulder. -Weight about 800 pounds. Had'halter on and shoes. Howard If returned to A. Hell, blacksmith, Lethbrldge. Lessons in Dancing Gladys Attree of Nelson, B.C., who is to give lessons in dancing and physical c.ulture every other week on Saturdays and Mondays, is in the city the guest of Mrs. R. T. Brymner. Classes wiii be sumed iuinorrow at the Y.M.C.A., children's class in danc- ing and deportment at 3 o'clock. After the first lesson a junior and senior class will be arranged.' At S o'clock adult class io ball room dancing will start for beginners, and for the newer ball room dances at 9 o'clock. Private lessons can be arranged by phoaiiig Miss Attree has been appointed by the Women's Civic Club to be instructress for the women's and girls' gyriiuastic classes at the 'Y.M.C.A. The first class will be held on Monday at 4.15. for the juniors and for the seniors. Visitor From the Hermit Kingdom Next Saturday and Sunday Leth- brldge will enjoy a visit from 'Mr. Hugh Milier, who lias spent the last four- teen years in the Hermit Kingdom ot Korea as the representative of the i British and Foreign Bible Society. Mr. i Miller witnessed the annexation of the i country by Japan, and has been eo- I gaged In the work of exploration, edu- I cation and evangelization in the land of the rising sun. He will speak Wesley church at the morning service and in Knox in. the evening. He wjll tell of the Romance, Revolution and Kevival of Korea. Mr. Miller will also meet the Bible Society executive on Saturday at 4 p.m. in Wesley hall when a full attendance of the mem- bers is requested. Sailors' Relief Fund At a meeting of the Sailors' Relief Fund Committee held yester- day afternoon in the mayor's office, the executive of the I.O.D.E. was add- ed to the committee. For the present the matter of the fund is left in the hands of the I.O.D.E., who have al- ready pledged themselves to give one- half their tag day proceeds to the fund, ilayor Jiardie and Supt. Penne- father wefe appointed a to meet the Patriotic Fund committee Salberg Grain Company PdEANS 'Satisfaction' Why not let us -ysur wheat? You can get in direct touch us at all times which is impossible when doing busi- ness with firms hundreds of mtleS away. Prices and bids willingly given it all times. 'Quick, efficient and careful ser- vice. Salberg Grain Co. Hull Block, Lethbridge. J. H. TALLINQ, Local Maniger. PHONES 1S80. Friday, the 13th Don't let that thought stop you from baking. Use "OUR BEST" for good results at all times Itls Really EXCEPTIONALLY Good Flour Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Limited JOHN _G1MORES QUAKER BREAD WE CAN'T AFFORD TO. MAKE POOR BREAD. QUAK- ER BREAD HAS SUCH A GOOD REPUTATION THAT IT IS OUR CONSTANT AIM TO ENHANCE THAT GOOD NAME BY TRYING TO MAKE GOOD BRfAD BETTER. TRY A LOAF THEN YOU WILL KNOW SEAMLESS, WATEEPKOOF, SANITARY ART RUGS LIE FLAT WITHOUT WE HAVE THEM IN STOCK 9 ft by 105 9 ft by 12 ft. Hayf Hardware Co. Phone 575 P. O. Box 275 llfiEEAT 10 DAY IS NOW ON The biggest bargains in men's boys' clothing, shoes and furnishings offered this fall. See 'yesterday's advertisement. THE WESTERN MERCANTILE Co. 60fi Thinl Avc. 8. Phone 1724 ARRIVES FROM FAR EAST Bos'.on. Mass., Oct. Whiter ._ Star liner Cnnopic arrived here trota ports today." ;