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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beit a Dny Hotel in The Sweetest PRAIRIE FLOUR- Is TAYLOR-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 oil buying. Come and hear your favorite music played on a New Edison Diamond Disc. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. mi i A r- i-irt-rir; PHONE 1487. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL WEEK-END SPECIALS AT GOOD'S SOME NEW AND FRESH GOODS WE HAVE JUST ALMOND PASTE, GROUND ALMONDS SHELLED PECANS, GUAVA JAM AND JELLY, HOLLAND TEA RUSKS, FRESH QUINCE FOR JELLY OR CAUFORNIA TOKAY GRAPES. CONCORD GRAPES, HOT HOUSE LETTUCE HUBBARD SQUASH, PIE PUMPKIN, CITRON, GREEN PEPPERS, FRESH 35c 90c OYSTERS. QUINCE, for jam or jelly, very fine 2 pounds Per 40 pound case....................54.25 TOKAY GRAPES, almost over for this 2 pounds for Per 7 pound basket COOKING APPLES. No. 2 Wealthies and Graven- steins, etc.; 5 pounds for............... .25c Per case CONCORD basket ............40c MclNTOSH RED APPLES, 3 and 4 Ibs for-----25c Per and SNOW APPLES. 3 pounds for..............25c Per case pound 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 FRESH OYSTERS, just in; this week's price: Quarts, each .'...........................85c Pints, each .............................45c DILL PICKLES; Quart sealers..............40c Gallon jars 3 Gallon palls...........................S2.75 MINCE MEAT, very finest, Empress 4 pound pails, each.....................70c HOLLAND TEA RUSKS, extra large Per package ............................15c ALMOND PASTE, Imported; tins-----40c 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 here. Try a small jar of each, you will appreciate Price each, only .........................25c PEANUT- BUTTER, bulk, per pound..........25c THE GOOD GO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES MARKETS Sat. Night Specials DAIRY CREAMERY BUTTER "2 pounds .for No. 1 GRAPES. 2 pounds for 25c 25c PSAMEAL SACKS, Sliced, pound DOMINION A and 5 pounds for 25r TICKNER CO. CATTLE FOR SALE 130 head young cows and heifers. Cattle on hand at Lethbridge. O. F. Hammill ALEXANDRA HOTEL POTATOES WANTED If you have potatoes for saic, call on us before disposing of them. Highest cash prices paid. Lethbridge Mercantile Co., Ltd. .Wholesale Fruits and Vegetables. Western Supply Warehouse Fourth Street South DOUBLE AUCTION SALE On TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24th COMMENCING AT 1.30 p.m. AND CONTINUING UNTIL BOTH HOUSES ARE SOLD OUT First Sale at 1801 Sixth Avenue North Second Sale at 538 Sixteenth Street North Corner of Sixth Avenue, Only 2 blocks apart. W. L. WILSON Auctioneer IS INSTRUCTED TO SELL THE FOLLOWING Contents of 1801 Sixth Avenue North 1 sideboard, 1 extension table, 2 small stands, 1 little cupboard, 1 centre table, i-rocker, .1 couch, 6 pictures, 4 diners, 2 rugs, 1 dresser and stand, 1-centre table, 1 little table, 1 bed, 1 drop head sewing machine, 5 13 plants; 1 cupboard, 1 kitchen 1 stove with high closet, nearly new, linoleum, tubs, dishes, t kitchen utensils, chicken house, child's bed: Contents of 538 Sixteenths Street North 2 beds, complete, child's iron crib, sideboard, extension 1 dresser, 5 chairs, couch, little stand, wash .stand, kitchen cup- board kitchen table, sewing machine, oil cloth, couch, 1 range r with .high closet in first class condition, also 1 4-hole cook stove, house, tubs; wringer and many other articles. Winnipeg, Oct. wheat closed ISc higher for October, advance for November, better for December and higher for May. i Oats were Sc to 15ic up for the three j months. Barley was unchanged for I both months. Flax gained .lc in Oc- in November and for I December. Minneapolis wheat gained %c for December, for May and IHc for July. After the opening sensation when October went up over 3 cents in less i than five minutes, and went back al- most as Quickly, prices steadied down to a strong market The trade during the day was mostly of an evening-up nature, but the threatening attitude of the strike and the latest snowfall were bullish features, while the news from the Argentine gave further strength to tie market." In view of the curious situation the trade thought it better I to level tlioir committments but the i holders had more confidence than the sellers. There has beer, no definite announcement by the. British govern- ment, and the tone of the market is> one of uncertainty. The volume of I trade was fair without any special fea- ture to either the ouying or selling. All grains have made record gains for the week. Wheat is up from 11% to oats are up about 4c, while flax has'made'the record gain of 22 cents. Many of the local pit crowd were look- ng for a break today, but the snow jad the opposite effect. The .best in- :ormed men are of the opinion that :he strike will not materialize. WINNIPEG CASH PRICES ftieaW No 1 Nor... 178% No. 2 Nor... 175% No. 3 Nor...170% No. 4 Nor...160% No 5 Nor...145% No. 6 Nor...139% Feed 120 Oats- No. 20. W..- No. 30. W... 55Vi Extra 1 Feed 55% i No. 1 Feed 54% F No. 2 Feed................. 54% i I No. 3 ......104 No. 4 96% Rejected .85% Feed..................... 85 Flax- No. 1 N. W. C............... 24914 No. 2 O. W................. 246 FUTURES Winnipeg Oct 178% 178% Dec.......... 170% 171% May............ 172% 173% Oct............. 57 56% Dec. ___......... 56% 57V May............ 58% 69 Saturday Chocolate Special You like pure candy, body does. And there is no rea- son why you should not have all you want when, you can Eiiy Ford's Quality Chocolates for 50c a pound box. Buy a box for wife kid- dies. Buy." a box'.for sweetheart. Buy a for yourself. Regularly 75c a pound. Satririla y" 'Special o6c'pound. Tke Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited PHONE 665. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE! 249 245 180% 178% 170% 170% FRIDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES ?6. to hogs, select, ?10.50; sheep, to 59.50. 56.50 to S1I.40; hogs select 59.50 to sheep J3.75 I Oct.......... iDec.......... {Dec.......... May......... Dec.......... May 250 244 181% 178 170 169% Cutex Manicure Articles Our Cutex line is in andcomprises the fol- lowing: CUTICLE-REMOVER NAIL BLEACH NAIL WHITENER NAIL ROUGE NAIL POLISH, (Cakes.) NAIL POLISH. (Powder) CUTICLE SOFTENER Each 3 5; Cents J. D. Higinbotham Co. "AEberta'3 Pioneer Stort Wholesale and retail TELEPHONE'NO. 322 MIL'SIHIKE IF S MET Winnipeg, Oct. night the general chairman of the United Bro- therhoods, including the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, the Brother- hood of Firemen and Engincmen, the Order of Railway Telegraphers and the maintenance of way employees wired a protest to Ottawa against the attitude of the minister of labor, Hon. T. W. Crothers, in the strike situa- tion. James Murdock today produced a letter received from the minister of labor in which he said in part: "You will, of course, realize that the ordi- nary practice of statutes requires tli acceptance uf the findings of th board, even though the findings of the board may not bring the advantages sought." "You may add for said Mr. Murdock. "that nothing but a settle- ment in accordance with our demands can possibly avoid a threatened strike on Wednesday next.'' CITY AND DISTRICT Goes to Saskatchewan The Rev. W. H. Toombs and fam- ily left Nanton on Monday of last '.week for Ellisboro, Sask, where Sir. I Toombs will become pastor ol the Presbyterian church. Rally Day at Knox All departments of Knox church will meet at three o'clock tomorrow for the rally day service instead of at the usual hours for the .various class- es. Returns From California A. Marinaro returned yesterday from California where he spent some time for his health. Mr. Marinaro an'd wife intend to return to the land of orange groves fof the winter. LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Track fricet Wheat Oats 48% ji'lax .......220 Wheat Qat3-. Flax 157 46 222 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 5% to fat .cows 654 to Select hogs, 160 to, 200 Ins., Choice killing ANNOUNCEMENT Helen Holmes, star of "The Girl and The will be seen at, Starland on Monday and Tuesday In "Whisper- ing Smith." Arthur Maude, who was advertised as coining .will- .appear 261-2 VVC. FOR SASKATOON Saskatoon, Sask., Oct. first Saskatoon man to win the 'Victoria Cross is the Rev. .Francis George Front, a student of Emmanuel Angli can college of this oily. The news reached here by mail this morning from a colleague who was with him in the trenches. "He leaped over, the parapet and ran out tinder heavy "fire to bring in a wounded is the reason given. Exceptionally Good Bread Exceptionally Good Flour OUR BEST Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Limited JOHN GILMORgjj QUAKER BREAD YOU .WILL BE PLEASED WITH OUR SERVICE. OUR WAGGONS REACH THEIR CUSTOMERS AT THE SAME TIME EACH DAY -AND YOU CAN ALWAYS DEPEND UPON THE QUAKER BREAD MAN. IT WILL BE A PLEASURE TO CALL ON YOU, JUST PHONE 378 AND TRY OUR GOODS AND SERVICE. SEAMLESS, WATERPROOF, SANITARY A IV T1 1% T O1 ART RUGS LIE FLAT WITHOUT FASTENING. WE HAVE THEM IN STOCK 9ft. by 101 ft 9 ft. by 12ft. Hayr Hardware Co. Phone 575 P.O. Box 275 FINE 1 LOCAL Gl Poultry Meeting A meeting'of the Lethbridge Poul- try and Pet Stock association will bej held on Monday night in the Board j of Trade building. At this meeting all special prizes are to" be distributed on the special breeds. All fanciers are urged to be present. fn police court this morning Charles Schleifer appeared before Magistrate Elton charged with giving liquor in other than a private place. The infor- mation was laid yesterday by Chief Hardy who had found a man carrying a bottle supplied by the accused, Schleifer pleaded guilty to the charge and was fined and costs. For Patriotic Fund The Hon. Trcas. It. .1. K. Patcrson acknowledges the rccipt.of from Mrs. I. M. Hanson of Turin and from Mrs. N. G. Staecy, Hon. Treas. I. 0. D. E., being proceeds of Hud- son's Bay tea room on October 13th. May Be a Candidate The High River Times says: Rum- or is that Mrs. McKinney, of Clares- holm, who is somewhat of a stump speaker, will.oppose Wm. atoffat, the Liberal member for that riding. Mrs. McKinney has appeared in High Riv- er uion several occasions, speaking in behalf of prohibition. Goes to High River Isaac Hooper, of. Lethbridge, arriv- al in High River on Monday last to open up the Pioneer Lumber Co. yards. A few years ago this company'operated yards at this point and closed down in 1012 when.four yards were in operation River Times. Carpenters to Organize Carpenters of the city and the dis- trict meet in the Labor hall Monday at 8 p.m. for organization. DIED' Killed in action on 15th September, Warine Frederic MarLindale Lieut. Scots Guards, younger son of Major and Mrs. C. S. Martitjdale, .of Itchen 32 Chapel Street, Belgrave fxmdon. 263-2 Physical Classes at "V" The boys' physical classes will open next Tuesday afternoon under direc- tion of L. Dunsworth, at the Y.M.C.A., and will be held every Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 4.15 to 6.15. This will, be for boys from 10 to 13 years inclusive. The intermediate clashes for boys from 14 to 17 will bo held every Tuesday and Thursday evenings from to 8.30. A 20' minute swim will be included in Mio hour. Hoys memberships at the "Y" are. ?f, and intermediate memberships are An average of over-.61 bushels-of Marquis wheat to the acre on 100 acres is the yield reported from Wal- ter Quinn's farm at Milk River. The total yield was 6182 bushels, and the grain graded No. 1. It is also reported that a 40 acre field of flax near Warner yielded one thousand 'bushels, an average of 25 bushels to the acre, r Mary Lau, suing In San for divorce, says her husband hit her; in with an aged custard pie.-; WILL NOT FADE- have the Sole Agency for Lethbridge, Blues, Grays and Blacks that will not fade. Watch the piece of Blue Serge tacked to the front of our store. The-- TELEPHONE 1666 410 FIFTH STREET S. ;