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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS HERALD JOB DEPT. LETHBRIDGE J3AILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beat 5 a Day Hotel in Alberta The Sweetest Is TAYLOR-MADE AS ANY WE WILL HAVE TO Extra Special on Ontario Grapes f f-uEAP AS ANY WE WILL Two Kinds ONE LOT All the very choicest kind for eating. In perfect condition. Per basket...... ANOTHER LOT Just us. Bond tor jl'lly or preserving. Very special, three baskets for THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES MARKETS DOLLAR WHEW THE EDISON DIAMOND DISC ComVandVar'your favorite music played on a New Edison Diamond Disc. JUST ARRIVED! A ]STeAV Shipment of Aluminum and Crockery Ware. Call in and sec us about them; see how to get them free. TICKNER CO. THE WOMEN'S COMFORT ROOMS .Room 1 Hull Block. -Phone 1710 _j.__ Shampooing and Hair Dress- ing, "Massaging and Manicuring. "Hair" work of all kinds. Child- ren's hair bobbing. FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Gco. R. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK The city council held a meeting this uioruing to dispose of routine matters. Several applications for nevf sldewalks were received and turned over to the commissioner of. public works to investigate. Some time ago Mrs. S. Bing's cows broke into W. -31. Uilielau's garden, and according to the owner of the garden did about ?50 damage. Mrs Sings protests that they did no such damage. G. F. Bletcher, Joe Pis- ko, and Alex Johnston .vere appoint-1 ed by the council as an arbitration committee to fix the amount ot dam- j ages. Several owners of small store build- ings are objecting to paying ?20 per annum for water for their building, while owners .of large stores pay the 'same amoTmt. Commissioner Grace I will investigate and some rearrange- jments of the schedule may be made. Minneapolis. Oct. dollar wheat, for years the dream of the wheat producer, became a reality In today for the first time in nistorv'when several cars of No. 1 Durum.wheat were sold at 'he cash market at that figure. Two dollar i wheat dream came true when lerxa, Andrews and Thurstou bought from Hallock Carey, for milling purposes 5000 bushels of No. 1 Durum at flat The same firm also purchased several cars of Montana Durum to ar- rive at the same price. Winnipeg Markets WinnipesAOct. 23-Winnipeg wheat closed higher for October, oc up for November, -ic up for December and better for May. Oats were up i-.c in October, %c in.December and in May. Barley was Ic up in Oc- tober 4c in December. Minneapolis wheat was higher for_DecemDer, J394C higher for May and better The amount ot trading was fair. Wheat looked like going through all record prices, finally steadied at an increase of nearly 6 cents.- The big- cause of the advance was senti- ment The news from the Argentine was very bullish, but there was no reason for wheat jumping six cents.. The crowds are on the buying side to j stay There is little wheat to offer, ill" selling is realizing profits, and I the sentiment strong for the buy- in" the market was tight. The fea- ture of the trade was the speculative bnving The cash market say wheat I extremely dull. Nobody wanted the first three grades. The premiums dis- appeared and late tlio day most of the top wheat went through the clear- ing house. Oats were little changed. Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat- No 1 -Nor...l31K No. 2 Nor.. .liS'A No 3 Nor...1T314 No. 4 Nor..-.164% No 5 Nor...148% No. 6 Nor...142% No. 3 C. W.. 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 18 INSTRUCTED TO SELL THE FOLLOWING Contents of 1801 Sixth Avenue North 1 sideboard, 1 eitension table, 2 small little I centre table, 1 rocker, 1 couch, 6 pictures, 4 diners, 2 rugs 1 dresser and stand, 1 centre table, 1 bed, 1 drop head sewing Machine, 5 drewers plants 1 cupboard 1 k, Chen table, 1 stove with high cioiet, nearly .new, linoleum, tubs, dishes, .kitchen utensils, chicken lioune, child's bed. Contents of 538 Sixteenths Street North 2 beds, complete, child's Iron crib, sideboard, extension table, -1 dresser, 5 chairs, couch, little stand, wash stand, kitchen cup- board kitchen table, sewing machine, oil cloth, couch, 1 range with hizh closet in first class condition, also 1 4-hoIe cook stove, 1 heater, 1 cTIicken house, tubs, wringer and many other articles. Feed ..o. 58 Extra 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed Xo. 3 ......10414 No- 4 Rejected Feed Flax- No, i N. TV. C......... I No. 2 C. W............ Futures Winnipeg Oct............ Dec............ Oct............ May......... Oct. Dec............ Dec............ May Dec.......... May...... 163% 56% 56% 56% 55% 97 86 8514 251 247 The winter is a season of changeable weather, wet feet and sudden attacks of illness. Remedies for Sore Throats. Colds. Coughs, Croup, Neu- ralgia, Rheumatism anrt similar ailments. Should always be in thejiome. Remedies at hand for prompt use may prevent serious illness. We handle all or' the good and reliable remedies which you may need in stocking up your medi- cine cabinet. Ike Red Cross Drag Book Co, Limiled PHONE 555. Cutex Manicure Articles Our Cutex line-is-iu and comprises the fol- lowing-; CUTICLE REMOVER NAIL BLEACH NAIL WHITENER NAIL ROUGE NAIL POLISH, (Cakes.) NAIL POLISH, (Powder) .CUTICLE SOFTENER Each 35 Cents J. D. Higiobotham Co. "Alberta's Pioneer i- AND DISTRICT For Red CroBS The lion, treas. A. .1. Blnckburnc. acknowledges the receipt of ?4.00 from Jlrs. D. D. Green. Moose Meeting Loyal Order of Moose. 792, will hold their regular meeting Tuesday at eight p.m. sharp. Initiation of candi dates. Visiting brothers welcome. Buys Peck Residence The handsome resilience of M. L. Peck has been purchased by A..Fein- stein. It is'understood the price paid cash. Poultry Meeting The Lethbridge Poultry and Pet Stock Association will hold an impor- tant meeting in the Board of Trade building tonight. All poultry fanciers are requested to be nresea.. Exceptionally Good Bread Good Flour OUR BEST Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Limited Concert for Sailors' Relief Fund A concert is being arranged in aid of the Sailors' Relief Fund to be held in the Majestic theatre, which is being kindly loaned for the occasion by the i local "manager. Lcn S. Brown, on Fri- day evening. An attractive program is j being arranged. Sale of Sheep The auction sale of sheep by the department of natural resources, 1 Calgary, in small lots, will take place I at their ready-made farm. Coaldale, 15 j miles east of Letlibridgo on Wednos- jday, commencing at one o'clock 14 the afternoon. Tke Wholesale and retail chemijti TELEPHONE NO. 322 Three Children Die Much sympathy is extended to Mr, and Mrs. Peter Ramsay, of Canmoro. in the loss of their lliro-3 children, who tiled in a few days. Mr and -Mm. Ramsay were residents of LethbrlcJgo a short time ago. Mr. Ramsay's moth- er lives with another son in the Hull Block. A contaminated well has located as the source of the trouble Locating in Lethbridge Blairmore Enterprise: R. W. Tbomp son has resigned his position as man age i' of the Fernie Mountain Supplj Co., at Fernie and has moved to Leth bridge, where he will carry on, busin- ess as manufacturers' agent. M r. Thompson was in Blairmore Monday, enroute by auto to the prairie city. QUAKER BREAD OUR SERVICE IS PLANNED TO SUIT'YOUR NEEDS. THE QUAKER BREAD .MAN WILL CALL AT'YOUR PLACE AT THE SAME TIME EVERY DAY AND HE WON'T FORGET YOU. YOU CAN ALWAYS DEPEND ON QUAKER BREAD AND AL- SO ON THE QUAKER BREAD MAN. YOUR GROCER SELLS QUAKER BREAD TOO, JUST ASK HIM. For Lacombe Home The Sisters of Providence who have been collecting for the Father Lac'ombe [home at Mldnapore extend their thanks to the Lethbridge public for their kindness and generosity. There are now 90 orphan children and old people being cared for in the loiue. 'TERMS CASH NO RESERVE' 134 182 172% 173 185% 1S3V8 LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Track F rices wMOn "Meet Wheat .....161% Wheat .....157 Oats 4S14 Oats 4C Flax .......223 Flax .......222 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 5% to fill: ne lime during the morning to he high point of the year, and the high since the 185 mark was touched during the Spanish-American war in S98. May delivery wheat also set a lew record when it hit 1.7S during the morning. Minneapolis December lelivery hit 186 during the morning. Wheat on track in Lethbridge today is worth considerably better than 1 .CO. Ottawa, Oct. M.-MemDers of the executive of the Clfjl .Service Club have decided to return the money col- lected from contractors for life mem- bership in'the club. lars was received from 24 Individuals. Four members of the club have up to I date been suspended from, their de- partmental duties. THE DAUGHTERS and MAIDS OF ENGLAND aro giving a Whist Drive IN THE S. O. E. HALL on Wednesday October, 25th For the purpose of raising money for the Christ- mas Fund. Admission 25c Calgary. Oct. first man to reach the village of Courcellette was Pte. James W. Muncaster, son of the Rev. W. H. M.imcaster, former bri-, gade chaplain at the Sarcec camp, who j went out from this city as chaplain, of the S9th battalion, and who is well! known throughout southern Alberta, j where he held several charges. Capt. Muncaster has two sons at the.front, and both have been giving! splendid service io the empire. Pte. j James W. went out with the original I 31st battalion, a year ago last -May, f and for being the first man into Cour- cellette he has been recommended for the Distinguished Conduct Medal. Forj this feat, toe, be was given seven (lavs' leave, of which lie took advant- age by going to London, where he was married, his soldier-father per- forming the ceremony. Consequently, for being the first man into that war-k torn town, Pte. Mur.caster has gafned a wife and the D.C.M. Lieut. Arthur D. Muncaster, the. second son, was attached t othe mill-) tary transport, and while doing his I "bit" in France he was.wounded. Afy ter convalescing in England he trans- ferred to the Royal Flying Corps, and he is serving with this unit at the jresent time. SUBEK Hill LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. "ALWAYS WORKING" you-may make money by let- ting us bid on your next car of wheat, barley or flax. IT COSTS YOU NOTHING. Our Winnipeg and Letlibridgo offices represent SERVICE. "TRY US" J. H. TALLING Local Manager Office Phone 1580 Residence 572 STRONG DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Merchants Oar entire organization la- at your' service and with our'exper- ienco wo can safely guarantee to set you the best prices for your grain at any time and for any grade or kind of grain. Phone M 1922 Calgary For Office 1365 Lothbridgc j Quota-. 1811 Lethbridge) tions. See Our Aflentl who are In your district J. A. GUMMING Lethbridge Manager ANNOUNCEMENT H. BlBsett, representing Cas- sldy's Limited, of Montreal, will bo j at 'lIcKillop'3 store until Wednesday next and not only on Wednesday next j as stated in the store's announcement on Saturday. He la showing a fine anil complete range of china and cut glass. You are Invited to attend and see the assortment.____ "ANNOFrJCEMEN A Scotch dance will be held in the j S. O. B. hall tomorrow night, Tuesday, at 8.30. 266-1 GRAIN! Unequalled facilities tor secur- Ins reliable Information regard- ing Grain. Frequent Quotations. All markets. Yen arc Invited to make free o( this service. Ask for bids on your carlots of grain. Private wires to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg Baird Botterell, Union Bunk Bulialng, REESOR, Mgr. Phone 1599. Phone 1862. O o N PTIONS provide the cheap- est means of carrying your grain ovei' winter. now offering for special shipment on barley 'ELEPHONE us for billing instructions. N direct touch European buyers through UR own export depart- ment. fONE better equipped to give you service, ECURE our bid before selling. James Richardson and Sons, Limited 801 Sherlock Bldgi Phone 777 Established 1857. W. J. Lloyd, Man. Res Phone 365 M.M. Clark, Res Ph'n '1072 ;