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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPT. LETHBRIDGE HOTEL WINDSOR Best 1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta The Sweetest PRAIRIE FLOUR- TA YLOR-MADE THE EDISON DIAMOND DISC This is the last word in phonographs, and it is well worth your while to drop in and hear it, even though you have no intention ofl buying. Come and hear your favorite music played on a New Edison Diamond Disc. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. WEEK-END SPECIALS AT GOOD'S NEW AND FRESH GOODS WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED-IMPORTED ALMOND PASTE, 25c FRESH HOT HOUSE OYSTERS. QUINCE, for Jam or jelly, very fine 2 pounds for Per 40 pound case TOKAY GRAPES, almost ovtr for this 2 pounds for Per 7 pound basket COOKING APPLES. No. 2 Wealthles and Graven- steins etc.; 5 pounds Per CONCORD basket............40c MclNTOSH RED APPLES, 3 and 4 Ibs for....25c per and SNOW APPLES, 3 pounds for Per case ..............................52.7a pound ................15o HUBBARD SQUASH, hard as a rock, pound..5c PIE PUMPKIN, per pound...................5c CITRON, per pound .........................5c GREEN PEPPERS, per pound ...............20c HOT HOUSE LETTUCE, per pound..........40c SQUASH, PUMPKIN, CITRON, GREEN PEPPERS, FRESH FRESH OYSTERS, just in; this week's price: Quarts, Pints, each .............................45c DILL PICKLES; Quart sealers ..............lOc Gallon jars ............................S1-15 3 Gallon MINCE MEAT, very finest, Empress 4 pound pails, each .....................70c HOLLAND TEA RUSKS, extra large Per package ............................15c ALMOND PASTE, imported; Impound tins....4Gc 1 pound tins ............................75c GROUND ALMONDS; tins, each.....55c 1 pound tins, SHELLED PECANS, per pound GUAVA JAM and JELLY, made from a fruit called Guava, grown on the Hawaiian Islands; some- thing entirely new around iiere. Try a small of each, you will appreciate it- price each, only .........................25c PEANUT BUTTER, bulk, per pound..........25c THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Exceptionally -Good Bread Exceptionally Good Flour OUR BEST Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Limited Saturday Specials DAISY CREAMERY 2 pounds for No. 1 Today at Dozen.- PEAMEAL 4 and 5 "pounds for DOMINION SIDES. TICKNER CO. Ladies Important Notice! The Auction Sale of the stock of Miss Coobslejv Royal Bank Building, will be con- tinued on .Saturday- at 2 o'clock. A large amount of goods still to sell. Frank Waddington, Auctioneer Winnipeg. Oct. wheat closed better for October, 3c up for November, 2c up for December and 1 lie advance for May. Oats were better for October. ?ic advance for December and higher for May. Barley dropped KC for October. Flax gained for October, 5fec far No- vember and for December. Min- neapolis wheat" was up for De- cember. %c for. May, with July clos- ing at j Heavy trade with an active market was the rule. In the morning trad-1 ing there Was some good buying. Mill- ers ami exporters both filled big ord- ers in the local futures. The selling was mostly realizing sales. Wheat weakened from the high points on this trading but the men who sold were anxious to get back in again and put i wheat up in the last hour. The change 'in the strike development put a new i face on things and caused some more 'switching In the hedges. The action of the British government in taking over Manitoba contracts cleared the air a trine. These'big stories of ex- port sales at the seaboard are not a bullish argument. They merely show that the government has bought well ahead and Is noiv in a position to take delivery. The action of stopping spec- ulative orders from the United King- dom to this side may cause some sell- ing. Foreign money has been helping the United States markets through speculative buying which was thought to he for export. The cash demand was good in the morning hut fell away later. Oats had a fair trade at unchanged pre- miums. Barley was fair. WINNIPEG CASH PRICES CATTLE FOR SALE 130 head young cows and heifers. Cattle on baud at Lethbridge. O. F. Hammill ALEXANDRA HOTEL Wheat- No. 1 Nor...177% No. S Nor...189 No. 5 Nor... Feed No. 2 Nor...174ii No. 4 Nor... 159 No. 6 Nor... 135 118 No. 4 Special 157 No. 5 Special 142 No. 6 Special................ 137 No. 2C. SG'i No. 30. W... Extra 1 Feed No 1 Feed No. 2 Feed No. 3 ......104 Rejected...... Feed......... 54% 54% 53% So 84% 84 Saturday Chocolate Special You like pure candy, every- body does. And there is no son why you should not have ail' you want when you can buy Ford's Quality Chocolates for 50c a pound box. Buy a box for wife and Kid-" dies. Buy a box for sweetheart. Buy a box for yourself. Regularly 75c a pound. Saturday Special 50c pound. Tke Red Cross Drag Bsok Co., Limited PHONE 655. Flour passed' the per barrel mark in Lethbridge today. "Our Best" is retailing today at per bag of 9S pounds, while "Pride of the other local brand, is retailing at The price jumped 20 cents per barrel today following the rise in wheat ami i the jump of 20 cents per barrel at the Minneapolis mills yesterday. Fancy patents in Minneapolis are quoted at by the millers. The total advance in the price of in the hist week is GO cents "per barrel or 30 cents per sack. Itj is the highest price known in the city since early in the nineties when, ac- cording to old timers, it used to re- tail somewhere round two bits a pound. BREAD OUR CONSTANT AIM AND WHOLE EFFORT IS TO MAKE QUAKER BREAD AS GOOD AS POSSIBLY BE. ASK YOUR GROCER TO SEND YOU A LOAF AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELF WHETHER OUR EFFORTS ARE SUCCESSFUL OR NOT. WE WILL ABIDE BY YOUR DECISION. Flax- No. 1 N. W. C.......... No. 2 C. W............. FUTURES Winnipeg ivheat- Oct. 175 248 Vi 245 177% 170 172.% 50 'A 24S 241% 180V 177% 169V- 169% THURSDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES.! native beef, SO.50 to hogs, select, ?9.40 to J10.20; sheep, wethers, to ?S.30; lambs, 58.40 to 510.60. ?6 to hogs, select, 510.35; sheep, to 59. Dec............. 170 is Dec.......... Dec.......... Oct.......... Dec.......... Dec.............-1S095 May........ Dec......... May........ 56 ,244 !-241 178% 170 169% Toilet Preparations The following Melba Toilet Articles arrived today: Skin Food Skin Cleanser (tubes and jars) Rose Blush NailWhitener Talcum Powder Face Powder (white, flesh and brunette) Melbaline Powder "Love Me" Toilet Water Melba Skin Lotion J. D. Higinbolham Co. "Albert-a'a Pioneer The Wholesale and retail TELEPHONE NO. 322 SEAMLESS, WATEREKOOF, SANITARY LIE FLAT WITHOUT FASTENING. WE HAVE THEM IN STOCK 9 ft by 10J ft. 9 ft. by 12 ft. Hayr Hardware Co. Phone P. O. Box 275 Oct. 20. Private N. D. Grantley'and Private A. M. Sheldon, both members of the 211th Battalion American Legion, who were among those placed under close arrest in connection with the recent attacks by the mob of soldiers on the mounted police barracks, removed the bars from their cell in the guard room at Sarcee camp sonic time during last night and made their escape. So far no trace has been found of the fugi- lives. A military court of inquiry was convened this morning to inciuire in-, to the circumstances of the escape.! This is an entirely different court, from that which is inquiring into-the riots themselves and as a result of evidence before which Granfiey and Sheldon were placed undor arrest. SALBERG GRAIN CO. MAKE YOUR BILLS OF LADING READ: Advise SALBERG GRAIN COMPANY WINNIPEG, MAN. MEMBERS WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE, LICENSED TRACK BUYERS AND BONDED COMM1S5ION MERCHANTS See Our Local Agent in Your District for Prices and Shipping Instructions BULLOCK. PLOMP, T. E. OFFICE PHONE 158O RESIDENCE PHONE 572 'Always Working" J. H. TALLING, Manage ;