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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta i HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Beit a Day Hotel in Alberta The Sweetest PRAIRIE FLOUR- Is TA YLOR-MADE BLACKBERRY, CHERRY, PEACH. PLUM, RED STRAWBERRY, RASPBERRY, BLACK CUR- CURRANT AND GOOSEBERRY. Price per RANJ AND APRJCOT. Price per tin 85c SPECIAL QUOTATIONS IN CASE LOTS. THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Exceptionally Good Bread Exceptionally Good Flour CITY AND DISTRICT THE EDISON DIAMOND DISC This is the last word in phonographs, and it is well worth your .Mhjie to drop in and hear it, even though you have no intention oil buying. Come and hear your favorite music played on B New Ed.son Diamond Disc. KENNY ALL.N CO, Ud. Ottawa. Oct. IS.-The government has no knowledge of any contemplated order-in-council providing for compul- sorv registration as announced by E. R Chapman, of Winnipeg, representa- tive of the national service commis- sion of military district No. 10 Mr. Chapman, in a dispatch received here, is credited with the statement thai an order-in-council would be passed with- out delay, calling fo. compulsory regis- tration. FURNACES Sheet Metal Work Geo. R. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 HEAR STAFFORD BLOCK GRAIN! Uneaui-Jied facilities for secur- ing reliable information regard- ing Grain. Frequent quotations. All markets. Yru are invited to make free of this sen-ice. Ask for bids on your carlots of grain. Private wires 10 New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolie, Winnipej; Baird Botterell, Union Bank Building, ARCHIE. E. P.EESOR, Mgr. Phone 1599. Res. Phone 1862. People's Forum MARKETS THE ATTITUDE OF THE GREEKS AND THE JUDAIC DEGEN- ERATE TYPE Lethbridge, Oct. 17. Editor Lethbridge Herald; Dear sneering remarks in Saturday's Herald by a Mr. Yannis. who styles himself Greek journalist, in his lament over the Greeks of "Judaic degenerate who have betrayed the "noble cause of Hellen- ism" in the war, are as base as they are outrageous. I claim it to be sheer license and abuse of hospitality on the part of this Mr. Yannis, who it appears hails from New York, coming here and dragging in the Jewish name into his country's miserable quarrels. If this Greek journalist, who seems to me to be infected with the virus of hatred and prejudice, cares to know who the betrayers are of the "noble cause of Hellenism." over which he lavishly sheds crocodile tears, he will find them amongst his own compa- triots, from the king downwards. For your Information, Sir. Yannis, there are today of the "Judaic degenerate tvpe" 350 000 in the allied armies. __' Overcome Constipation with MINERAL OIL Mineral Oil is valuable in overcoming constipation. Laxa- tives and cathartics used habit- ually only aggravates which they are meant to remedy. The func- tion of Our Specially Imported Mineral Oil Is to provide an intestinal lub- ricant. It relieves constipation in the most natural way. It is colorless, odorless and tasteless. Price, 50e and a bottle. J Wh this terrible conflict, with its THE WOMEN'S COMFORT ROOMS 1 Hull Block. Phone 1710 Shampooing and Hair Dress- ing. Massaging and Manicuring. Hair work of all kinds. Child- ren's hair bobbing. STRONG DOWLER GRAIN and CornmUsion Merchant! Lethbrldji Oar entire organization at your service with our eiper- icmce we can safely juarantaa to get you the best prices for your at any time and for any grade or kind of grain. Phone M 1922 Caloary) Far Office Lethbrldge Quota- Rra. 1811 Uthbrldge) Oee Our Agents who are In your durtrlct. J. A. CUMMINQ Letnbridge Manaier menace to civilization, first burst upon the British Empire, from the first call to arms, this degenerate type which von singled out for your abuse, have responded with a will and spirit which lave never been quenched to this day. 4 community, normally the most peaceful, hecame suddenly transform- ed and full of the military spirit. Jew- ish homes that had never seen a uni- form echoed to the military tramp. Not a household but feels the sadness that comes from the .thought of sons and brothers' away in the trenches. Of Jews in the British army, some have wia distinctions, including three V. C.'s. Now, Mr. Yannis, what are you and your compatriots doing for Great Britain, to according to your own admission, your country owes its very existence? Winnipeg. Oct. wheat closed up for October option, better for November, high- er for December options and for May option, i Oats gained IHo m Oc- tober l'4c in December and uc in May Barley gained 3c. Flax gained 4c in October and November and in December. -Minneapolis wheat up for December and up for May. Another very strong market on purely local conditions. The latest advance has caused a lot of specula- tive trade from outside and inside. The advances have been too sharp for the exporters, and they did nothing, today also decreasing the rumors ot expo'rt trade in the United States market Good authority stated that the Britisli government was in the market today. The snow storm, which' will stop threshing from a week to 10 days, was the- cause of renewed buying today. Not till near the close did wheat show signs of weakness when a few hedging sales took it down Ic. New records were made. In the rush, wheat touched 176% for, October, up from the lowest point of Tuesday. The demands for the up grades of cash wheat was lair. Lower grades will 'npt sell. The mill- ers claim that the lists of 4, o and 6 -are poor returns for milling- was rather indifferent, barley strong, flax had gone up oh short covering by a Canadian crushing Interest and from some speculative trade. There is nothing new in the world's flax con- Tke Red Cross Drig Book Co., United Recruit for Vikings Lieut. Domina nncl Ptc. J. W. Archer will oncn a recruiting campaign for the Vikings here on Saturdays Inspector Morgan Improving Inspector Morgan is progressing ery favorably in the Diamond City ospital under the care of Mrs. Har- er, a sisler of Mrs. Morgan. Elks Meeting The regular meeting of Lethbridge odge No. 37, B. P. O. Elks, scheduled or Thursday evening, has been post oned till Friday evening, Octobei Oth. PHONE 655. Only Thing of Its Kind There is just one preparation made for. the exclusive purpose of cleaning toilet Smi-Flmh Cleans Water-Closet Bowls The sale grows rapidly be- cause people see the need of something for this purpose. Or- dinary methods'mean hard, un- pleasant work! and then they fail to clean thoroughly. Sani- Flush makes the bowl white as new and clears the trap. This insures a clean, odorless, sani- tary bowl. More Donations The donation of C. Crist of ?25 was milled from the list of donations b} he Greeks to the Venizelos fund, pub Ished in the Herald Monday. Aliolhoi onation of 515 has also been receive! rom Frank Crist. Sailors' Relief At a meeting of the local branch o he Sailors' Relief Fund committe leld yesterday afternoon, temporary committees were appointed to cast about for ways and. means of raising revenue for the fund. Other organiza- ion mailers were considered, and vithin a- few clays the committee hopes o have a number of. announcements of interest to nufke. [itions. Winnipeg Cash Prices No. 1 Nor... 174% No. 2 Nor... 1.1% No. 3 Feed Spec. No. 4 151% Spec. No. a 146% Thanking main, Von for the space, I re- Yours 'truly, L. KEEL. Charged with Forgery a! NO. 6 No. 2 C. W. 55% Ebctra No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed ..53% Barley- No. 3 -12998 No. 3 C. W. 53% a No. 2 Feed ft 25c J. D. Higinbothara Co. "Alberta's Pioneer The ..83 A man named Frank -Wagstaffe was i Oct. arrested at Magrath last week on char- jges of forgery preferred from Sweet i Grass, whither he was taken to stantl I trial. The forgery is alleged to have j been committed at Sweet Grass. "Much sickness would be prevent- ed if the public would remember that constipation is one of the first caus- es" "Keiall Orderlies" is the best remedy for men, women, or children 15c and 25c, exclusively at Rexall Drug Stores. J. D. Higinbotham Co. Limited, Feed W. C. No. 2 C. FutulC! Winnipeg Dec Jay Oct Dec -May Flal The Winning of Barbara Worth Cloth Edition, 75e All Harold Bel! Wright's books at 7Sc. Postage 10c Extra of Three for Except his new book "When a Man's a Man" at Postage lOtv Robertson's Book Store mnFTH.SlYV OLD BENTLEY STAND- Dec. Dec. May Dec. May 55% 5414 55% 233 Minneapolis' 175% 1-74 Chicago 164 185% 174% 170% 55% 55% OUR BEST Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Limited JOHNGMORE1 QUAKER BREAD THE UNFAILING REGULAR- ITY OF THIS BREAD IS ONE OF THE MAIN REASONS FOR ITS POPULARITY. IT IS AL- WAYS THE SAME, CLEAN, SWEET AND FRESH DAILY AND ALWAYS THE SAME APPETIZING FLAVOR. Announcement The Willard W. C. T. V. are antici- pating a very enjoyable time tomor- row night at Westminster church. One of the items on the program will be a report of the provincial convention. There will he a table of home cookiSE and candy for. sale. Everyone inter- ested will be welcome. x SEAMLESS, WATERPROOF, SANITARY Wholesale and retail chemlete TELEPHONE NO. 322 Cowley Boy is Killed in Action (Special to the Herald} Cowley, Oct. was received here today that Alex McKeown, son of Peter McKeown, has been killed in action. He was a young lad, barely aco. over the age limit, and great sym- pathy is felt for his family. His father s one of the old timers of this dis- :rict. 175% Ufi 167 !6 TUESDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES to hogs select sheep ?7.50 to JO. Chicago Cattle 86.50 to 111.40; hogs select to flO.10; sheep to J10.50. Gets Promotion Mrs. H. Dawson has received a let- ter from her eldest brother, T. War- dle of. Mombasa. British East Africa He has been in heavy fighting under General Smutz and has been promote! to the rank of captain for his services Previous to the war Mr. Wardle hail charge of the British government con tract of the Uganda railway for 20 years H. Wardle of the 113th Bat tallon, and Mrs. n. Lackenby. ot this city, are his brother and sister. Mining Man Here Geo P. Simons, fiscal agent for til Spokane-Edmonton Mining Co., is in the city for a couple of months in con- nection with business concerned with the promotion of the company. A number of prominent Edmonton men are behind the new development of the company's properties, among them be- ing Mr.'Justice Beck, Judge Noel, W. B Poucher, cement manufacturer, and John Cormack, nn Edmonton barris- ter who are acting as trustees. Mr. Simons hopes to interest a number of local men in the new concern. New Pump for Fire Dept. At a meeting of the city commia sioners held on Tuesday afternoon It was decided to buy a La Prance ma chine for the fire department. The machine is a motor driven rotary pump which will be used lor boosting the water pressure, thus avoiding thp necessity of boosting the pressure ove the whole waterworks system in tim< of fire. The machine will make tin third piece of motor apparatus in No 1 fire hall The cost will be abou 50500 A. G. Long, Portland agent fo the company, closed the deal with th( commissionels. LIE FLAT WITHOUT FASTENING. WE HAVE THEM IN STOCK 9ft. by 105ft. 9 ft. by 12 ft Hayr Hardware Co. Phone 575 Box 275 Wins Military: Cross Lieut. Gordon Young, of the Cam- ron Highlanders. Winnipeg, and a ne- hew of Sheriff Young, of Lelhhridge. as been awarded the military cross or gallant action at the front. He has een badly wounded and is now m ospital Lieut. Young's commanding Thompson, who was Sled 'in action a short time ago was corporal in the reginient m which the Not In- a c Sheriff Young served in est Rebellion. DIED Killed in. action on 15th September, Varine Frederic Martlndale. Lieut, icots Guards, younger-son of Major md Mrs. t. S. Martlndale, of Itchen Abbas, Hants, England, and 32 Chape treet, Belgrave Square, London. 261-.1 LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices waoon "rleea Wheat, -Oats........ 48, Flax Track prices Wheat .....156 Oats....... Flax LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 5% to lat CO 514 to Select hogs. 160 la 200 IDS., Choice killing GRAIN bought outright or handled on commission. RETURNS made same day as received. ALL cheques for this dis- trict issued by our Leth. bridge branch. IN direct touch with European buyers through our own ex- port department. NONE better equipped to give you service. James Richardson and Sons, Limited 201 Sherlock Bldg. Phone 777 Established 1857. W. J. Lloyd, Man. Res Phone 365 M.M. Clark, Acct. Res Ph'n 1072 FEED GRINDERS For Farmers Use We manufacture several sizes of Roller Mills and Plate Grind- ers. Substantial Heavy Machine, at lower prices than many light- er machines. G. KISCHEL LETHBRIDGE IRON WORKS AUCTION SALE Friday Next, October 20th COMMENCING IN THE PREMISES, ROYAL AT 10.30 O'CLOCK A.M.. FRANK WADPINGTON entire stock of Millinery :uul Fancy Goods, Fixtures and Fittings etc. Including a largo ranee of Fall Hats, trlmfied and Chiffons T Veilings, Velvets, Velveteens SWck of Toys and Fancy Goods. Also large mirror, II ft. by 4 ft. Cash Register in A 1 order. Good display tables. Large oak heater. New Williams Sewing Machine, choirs and rocttcrs. TELEPHONES 1084, 469.' AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE: Acadia Block Salbertj Grain Company MEANS 'Satisfaction' Why not Icl handle your wheat? You can get In direct us at tltnei.which It imnooolble when dolnj bull- ness .with' firms hundreds of miles away. Price, and bids willingly fllven at all Quick, efficient ami careful Sir- Salberg Grain Co. Hull Block, Uethbrldfle. j. H. TALLINQ, Local Manager. PHONES 1680. Residence 972. ;