Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPT, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best Hotel in Alberta The Sweetest PRAIRIE FLOUR- Is TA YLOR-MADE RECOGNIZED TO BE AS FINE QUALITY. EARLV IN THE SEASON WE VoR A LARGE QUANTITY OF THIS TO ,5 WERE PACKED AND THEY LINED TINS. BLACKBERRY C-RRY, PEACH. PLUM, RED CURRANT AND" GOOSEBERRY. Price per tin STRAWBERRY, RASPBERRY, BLACK CUR- RANT AND APRICOT. Price per tin .....85c SPECIAL QUOTATIONS IN CASE LOTS. PLUMS, SILVER THE GOOD CO HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES KITCHENER'S MOB BY JAMES NORMAN HALL THElENNY ALLIN EL. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. Ltd 1487' MARKETS Winnipeg, Oct. local wheat market closed He down tor October Jic lower for November. He down for December and He better lor Mas- Oats were ?ic lower for October down for December and ?sc lower for May. Flax gained in October unchanged for Nov. and dropped vc in Dec. Minneapolis wheat was iic lower for Dec. and He lower for ilav The market has dropped into a The floor crowd are all at sea wheat approached tie low points o The month. It strengthened UP nea the close when the United States mar kets be-an to weaken. The cash mar he was also very dull; 37.000 hush els of oats were turned in to the clear Sg nonse. X little contract whea was taken to fill lake space, but the trade was small. Premiums were lit tie changed from Saturday. Winnipeg Cash Prices o 2 C. TV...S3 No. 3 C. W...50is stra No. 1 Feed ..............SOU so. 1 feed No. -2 Feed To. 3 ......101 No. 4 ......94 ;ejected and Feed .............S2 Futures Winnipeg Open Close Oct. Dec. vlay Oct. Dec. liay Oct. Dec. Dec. May Dec. May 164U Minneapolis 169% 168% Chicago 15SVS! 15SV1 Winnipeg Oct. to the Evening Free Press here, 9S per' cent, of the ballots cast by the men of the C.P.R. are in support of I the recommendations of their commit. favorine a strike, the information! being given today by officials of the order of railway conductors and ot the brotherhood of railway trainmen, are counting the ballots. "We do don't use the word strike, said James Murdoch, vice-president of the latter orsanization, tho.ugh be ac- knowledged that the result of the vote] authorized the committee to proceed to that extreme. Tlniou officials claim that they can tie up the system from coast to" coast but there appear good prospects that a satisfactory agree- ment may be reached between he employees and company, the negitia- tioris of the latter being m the of Grant Hall. The concessions demanded by tne men go beyond a recent adjustment mane through the medium of the de- artment of labor and melude reduc- on of passenger mileage, terminal etention rules, unassigued short' uns, and problems relating to bag- oge and mail. Only the conducto nd vardmen are directly affected, hough they count on the sympathy 16854 nd support of the engineers-and tire- men. 157% ?4 51S SATURDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES Chicago-Hogs 59.40 to cat tie SG.15 to ?11.10; sheep ?6.CO to 'caieary-Hogs, select, cat tie S6.00 to 56.35; sheep, ?i.aO to Winning Numbers AT SATURDAY NIGHT'S DRAWING AT KEITH'S LOCALMARKETS Grain Livestock Prices 1st 2nd 3rd Mb 5th No. Prize ,42 9 47 ,48 14 .50 .25 .15 .10 Will holders of these numbers please call and get prizes. Track prices Wafloo "rices Vheat .....147T4 Wheat .....144 Oats 43V4 Oats .......40 .......311V- .......1% For a "Sweetheart" Or a Sweet Tooth Of course, you will set a box of these delicious candies for your "sweetheart" or wife just as often as you think of it, FOKD'S CHOCOLATES will also make an appeal to your personal taste. You probably have a sweet tooth that nothing but pure candy will satisfy. Our candies are Good for you. Good for the children. Good for everybody. In boxes and in hulk. Tke Red Cross Drag Co., Limited PHONE 655. AND DISTRICT Carpenters' Meeting Carpenters of the city ivre requested attend ll meeting in tho Trades and abor hall toniglit at S p.m. for organ- ution purposes. Masonic Meeting North Star Lodge No. 4 A. F. A emergent meeting in Masonic Hall unight at S p.m. First degree. Visit- ig brethren cordially invited. Sailors' Relief The British Sailors' Relief Fund will meet tomorrow in the mayors office t 4.30. The committee and auy others iterated in this subject are invited o be present. t DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Our entire organization, is at your lerrico antt with our exper- ience ve can safely guarantee to get you the best prices for your grata at any time and for any jrade or kind of grain- Phone M 19Z2 Calgary Offloe 1S65 Lethbrldge Res. 1811 Lathbrldoe See Our who are in your district. For Quola- tlonl. J. A. GUMMING Lethbridge Manager Ottawa, "Ont., Oct. Wilirid Laurier received this morning a reso- lution of the national service com- mission recommending the appoint- ment of a parliamentary committee to cooperate with the commission in the encouragement ot recruiting. Th resolution apparently was passed prio to the resignation of Sir Thomas Tai for a copy of the letter from the lat ,ter to the Trimeminister, explaining the resolution was sent to Sir wi frid The prime minister in his com munication to Sir Wilfrid asked he take the matter of the apnoin ment of the committee under consid eratlon and communicate with him a his earliest convenience. Questioned this taorning with regard to his proo- able action on the recommendation Sir Wilfrid intimated that the ques- tion was too serious be considered and decided hastily. Sir Wilfrid inti- mated that he would consular the pro posal contained in the resolution com municated to him by the prime minis ter and send a reply to Sir Rober at an early date. It is prob able that before def mte conclusion the leader of the opposition will aslc for some details as to the scope of the proposed Joint parlia mentary committee. Exceptionally Good Bread Exceptionally Good Flour OUR BEST Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Limited A Share for Hospital Fund Blairmore Enterprise: We under land that the coal companies of the Pass, whose employees have been giv- ng a percentage of their earnings to ,i, divided etiually between the Pnt- iotic Fund and Red Cross Society, are low considering the allowance of one- bird of the amount of money so raised to go to the unitary Hospital fund. JOHNGlLMORn QUAKER BREAD THE CRUST IS THIN AND TENDER, THE CRUMB WHITE AND FLAKY, THE FLAVOR SWEET AND APPETIZING. YOU CAN BE PERFECTLY SURE OF QUAKER BREAD AT ALL TIMES AND IT COSTS NO MORE THAN ORDINARY BREAD. Classes in Dancing and Physical Culture Miss Gladys Attree, of Nelson, B. C., Holds her classes In Danc- ing and Physical Culture at the V. M. C. A. every other week end________ CLASSES FOR CHILDREN Ballroom dancing and deport- ment: Pupil J. 2 Pupil of a family 3 Pupils of a ThV including fancy dancing: 1 In a family t18 3 in family By arrangement lesson. ADULT CLASS Lessons in ballroom dancing. for a course. for half a course. ftVMNASTIC AND SWIMMING CLASSES .Under auspices ef Women's Cjvle Club 4 lessons for "Open season" for flies jnst now, big ones too. Now is the time to "swat" them. With every purchase we are giving a "swatter1 that never misses, if your aim is true. pte. Coolin is Home Pte. J. R. Coolin of the 143rd Ban-1 tarns has beeu honorably discharged medically unfit and returned home this morning. Pte. Cooliu was weed- ed out in the final overseas medical est Before being taken on the Ban- tams, with which he made a great record as a recruiting agent, Pte. Cool- in was turned clown several times by battalions with which he tried to en- list. ____ Returned Soldiers, Please Note In connection with the meeting in Wesley Church on Thursday night. when the new recruiting and registra- tion scheme will be explained, a spec- ial invitation is extended .to all re- turned soldiers from overseas, who can possibly attend. Mr. J. R. Oliver the secretary of the Returned Sol- diers' Bureau, will be at the entrance to the choir room on llth at 7 45 to meet the returned soldtrs and introduce them to the authorities. MH BATIERY SEAMLESS, WATERMKOOF, SANITAEY J. D. Higinbotham Co. Limited Pioneer The fatalSt Wholesale ar.d retail TELEPHONE NO. 322 LIE FLAT WITHOUT FASTENING. WE HAVE THEM IN STOCK 9 ft, by 105ft 9 ft by 12 ft AND Sheet Metal Work Geo. E. Dlxon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK Dublin, Oct. Irish divi !ion at the front -.will need reinforc ments of men before Chris mas, acording to a statement mad last night by Lord Wimborne, tl according to a statement mad 'at banquet. t. The Lord Lieutenant said that b fore the war there were Iris Protestants with the colors and reserves. Since mobilisation 9 404 Catholics and U.VA rrotcslanta had joined the army from various parts of Ireland. "ANNOONCEMENT___ Miss "Gladys AttrelFs class in balj room -dancing will commence at 8 lo tonight at the Y. M O A The result of the drawing at Keith's on Saturday appears in umn. To Dr. ana Mrs f on October Victoria, B.C., Oct. day yes terday was spent and the task wil tul'y occupy tomorrow, in scrutinizing envelopes containing the soldiers ballots, opening them and segregatln; the three sets of candidates, prohib tion and woman suffrage ballots There are envelopes to be open oil but yesterday 18 conatHuencle and some nniBres? mad Sixty horses for the 78th Depot Bat- tery arrived on Saturday and "stab lea" will now be added to the duties of the boys in training at the fair -rounds. The horses are being stabled ta the racing stable at the southeast corner of the grounds. Riding les-If sons will also" be in order now, fact the battery will soon be equip- ped so that a complete course m training will he possible here. The strength .of the unit Ib growing steadily. The total strength foday including officers is 94. There has been a lull in recruiting during harvest, but men arc beginning to c8me in from the threshing gangs and the battery has now two men on the) street every day picking up liHely fooklng men. Lieut. Nelson hopes to have the unit up to full strength, 135, a couple of weeks. Intending ecruits can either enlist with the re- ruitirig officers on the street or at eadciuarters at the grounds Two hoeing smiths anil two saddlers are wanted as soon-as possible. me'the 215 he is behind P. Donnel- y the sixth Liberal, who is 200 be- ow the fifth Liberal, J. S Cowper, a ally was taken by both sides of these lots in order to get an ic ea how y ran The result showed 111 for ivser, 99 for Donnelly and 07 for in'thc Wands Captain W. W. Foster secured a majority ot eight toward re- luclng M. n. Jackson's civilian major- tv of'32 Mr. Brewster's majority over Captain Wood in Alberni likely will be increased by the support of the soldiers. In Delta, where the L beral pindidate D Patterson leads by x Ota 'majority, Lieut. F. J. zie may get the election. Tho 70 bal- lots for Esquimau came out 3S for A W. llo.Curdy. Liberal and 32 for R. H. Pooley, Conservative. Hayr Hardware Co. Phone 575 P.O. Box 275 AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNiTORfe On TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17th at 427 5th St. S., opposite the Bijou Theatre COMMENCING AT 2 P.M. ______ W. L WILSON Auctioneer ERAt OWNE88 Sainl heaters, ranges and. many other articles TERMS CASH N0 RESERVE Pure Fiuit Flavours exclusively arc used in the fillings for Uggetl's Choc olates which arS sold and guaranteed by all Ilexall Drug Stores. .1. D..Hig- Co, Limited, Druggists. nbotlam AdvertiBcment. TWO NEGROES LYNCHED with the for Vancouver. traigniBinns "Ut tho ballot pajws omo idea was pained how the vote Jnt The first box of Vancouver en- velopes, finished Me leicO 252. An :he only. Is whether Hon. W. J. ft Poducah, Ky., Oct. negroes were lynched by a mob here today and their bodies burned. One was chapged with attacking a white woman and the other was accused of voic- ing approval ot his action. ft ft f> THE WOMEN'S COMFORT ROOMS Room 1 Hull Block. Phone 1710 -J- Shampooing anil Hair Dress- ing Massaging and Manicuring. Hair work ot all kinds Child- ren's hair bobbing. GRAIN! facilities for secur- ing reliable Information regard- ing Drain. Frequent quotations. AH markets. Yen are invited to make free iiaci of this service. Ask for bid! on goat carlots of.grain, private wires to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Bainl Bottercll, Union Bank Building, ARCHIE. E. REESOR, Mgr. Phone 1699. Res.-Phone 1862. TRY A HERALD WANT AD..