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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPT. LETHBRIDGE "DAILY HERALD. HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta The Sweetest Is TAYLOR-MADE Extra Special on Grapes ONE LOT the very choicest kiml for piling In perfect condition. Per iniskei. 7.... Two Kinds ANOTHER LOT Just us good for jolly or preserving. ftft special, threu baskets for..... THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES MARKETS 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 1437. i See US Before Buying Your Apples Winnipeg, Oct. 25.-Winnipeg wheat, i dosed to Tic lower with a break of from the high of October, fironi the high of November, and I from the .high of December options. 1 October >tc higher, Decem- 'her 'lc lower and May '.sC lower. Harle'v closed 1'ic to up and flax 4i-c to 6c higher. Minneapolis closed Ic to iyc higher but %c under the sight of December. under the top of May. and 4c under the high of July. Wheat spent an excited day. After I displaying great strength at the open- !ing to take prices up So over the 'vious close, a heavy profit-taking caused prices to slump. The con- tinued bad news from Argentine with strong cables from the United King- dom following upon the big export business Tuesday, were the chief bull- ish arguments. Low grades of cash wheat were in eood demand for the local millers. Top Jrades could not be sold. Oats were fair except No. 1 C. W. The trade to- day was light though the active market and wide range made the market big. FUTURES 50 Good Cooking Apples, per case Good Eating Apples, per case Also No. 1. Melntosh-Reds, per case TICKNER CO. FURNACES AND Sheet foetal Work Geo, R. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK Taber Visitor E T. Westlake, deputy of the Taber sub-judicial district, was in city yesterday THE WOMEN'S COMFORT ROOMS Room 1 Hull Block. Phone 1710 -i- Shampooing and Hair Dress- ing, Massaging and Manicuring. Hair work of all kinds. Child- ren's hair bobbing. ISoVi 183% 179% 179% 59 61U 63V1 182% 1SO% 1-77% ISO 59 60 251% "Minneapolis wheat- Say Chicago rjec.............. 5 a> WINNIPEG CASH PRICES No 1S2% No. 2 Nor... 179 W 3 174% No. 4 No. 5 Nor...119% No. G Nor... 143% New Fall .Stationery. Come in anil see our now line oi' corres- pondence papers. Your letters reflect your personality so be sure that they make-a favorable im- pression. Our Fail stock contains all the new ideas in Box Papers, Bulk Papers, .Writing Tablets, etc. Tke Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited PHONE 555. CITY A3V1) DISTRICT At the Empress Tonight The Quebec bridge disaster will be the feature :U the Empress tonight. There will also be Inte war news in the Universal Weekly. C. O. F. Notice The regular meetiiiR of the Canad- ian Order of Foresters will lie held in the K. of P. Hall tomorrow evening. Thursday, October 28th at S p.m. Im- portant business concerning .numbers at the front. Please attend. A Splendid Address J. S. AVoodsworth, director of social research for the three western provin- ces, delivered a most inspiring ad- dress to a large audience at the Y.M.C.A. last night on social prob- lems. Lack of space in today's issue prevents the Herald from giving a full ncommt of the address, which will ap- poar tomorrow. Hon. A. McLean to Have Operation Hon. A. J, JlcLean has been in poor health for some weeks and it is under- stood that he is leaving his home in j Edmonton tomorrow for Rochester., I Minn., to undergo an operation. Death of Retlaw Farmer The death occured last night at the Gait hospital of- Oliver Ellingson. a well known farmer of Retlaw. Death was due to typhoid fever. The deceas- ed was a widower and has no children. The body is being Enderlin, N. D., where interment will take place. Feed Nri? a'cTw... B9U Estra 1 Feed I No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed No. 3C. W.. 123% 57% 57% 67 R. A. M. Notice The regular meeting of ShekinaU Chapter will be held tonight at eight o'clock. Hake it convenient to be on hand 'DANGEROUS DAN McGREW IS FILM WORTH SEEING "The Shooting-of Dan. MeGrew." adapted from-Robert W. Service's greatest poem. An unusual treat will be offered to admirers of Hobt W. Service "The Canadian Kipling" Everyone has no doubt read The Shooting jDanTctoew" and will be interested in seeing this famous poem Sn-ofded and on the screen. Edmund Breese, the versatile draSaUc "tor, stars in this production and makes the most oi me MTVriti ations and the most critical of audiences will tmd the produc- UoSn as bg as the poem Itself. One of the dra- mSic moment, in this photoplay is Breese, as Jin, Maxwell, sittmg at Slano telling his story and when reaching the climax, saying. "And, says he, "you don't know me, and none of you care ButVwan't to state, and my words are straight, and I'll bet my That'one'ofyou is a'hound of that one is Dan Then I ducked my head, and the lights went out, and two guns and the lights went up, and two men lay still and siark; Pitched' on his head, and pumped full of lead, was Dangerous the creeka lay clutched-to the breast of the lady that's ka'own as Lou." This photoplay can only he seen'at thY Empress, November 1st and-'nd only Only two 'days, on Thursday, as ,t will not appear in this city in any other theatre. LADIES! LADIES 1 INDIES! Miss Cooksley's Remaining Stock Of Hats and Millinery-will-be sold on unlay next, at two o'clock Iby ______- FRANK WADDINGTON In'the meantime the store will be open from two till six daily In orter may leltct from the stock any item upon which you would to bid at sale. Thsre art scores of hats to choose from and you are invited to look thim over ind make a MMCNhVEft THE AUCTION AT TVyO O'CLOCK, SATURDAY Rejected and Feed 91 TN! w. 253% NO! 2 2501A TODAY'S TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS Ohas. E. Hughes, presidential candi- date, repudiates support of pro-Ger- Col T. Roosevelt told a Denver au- dience if hfe had been president the United States would have fought Oer many early in the war. The Protestant Episcopal church ir convention at St. Louis, Mo., went on record against the liquor traffic. Canada can capture cattle trade aud end war, if it bolsters up Canadian farmers with financial assistance, Jno Bright, livestock commissioner, ays Cr H A Bruce, reporting from Ensl'and to Sir Sam Hughes, declares manv recruits unfit for service have overseas. Some hoys as voung as 14 had been taken on and one man in the service was 72 years of age. ______' Death of Wm. Binnelt The ileaUi of TJiiviil lien- nett of Tiioer, took place in bridge yesterday, at the Kge of interment will take placo at Tuner. The deceased leaves a -.vidow and grown up family. Mr. Fairfield Hurt R. KairJield. secretary of the I.ethbridge Brewery, met with a pain- ful accident last Saturday. While driv- ing into town from his ranch he was thrown from the rig and as a result his collar bone broken, shoulder dis- located and riha bruised. Mr. Fairfield is progressing favorably at his home Farafflne Paper, Parchment Paper, Parowax, Corks ami Bung's. Fruit Jar Kings, Etc., Etc., Etc. J. D. Higinbotham Co. Limited "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists." The JgggSSt Wholesale and retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 Exceptiona Exceptionally Good Flour OUR BEST Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Limited YOU REALLY DO NOT KNOW HOW GOOD QUAKER BREAD IS UNTIL YOU TRY IT. WE MAKE IT BEST WE KNOW HOW BUT YOU WONT KNOW THAT UN TIL YOU HAVE TRIED A LOAF. JUST ASK YOUR GRO- CER TODAY TO SEND YOU A LOAF. YOU WILL LIKE IT. FOR SALE One section of land, 2% miles from Monarch. class build- ings, good water, 4 wells and four hundred and seventy four acrei summer fallow and fenced and cross fenced. One section, two miles from Kipp, good water and all fenced, all In stubble, fair uuiiui.iSi. Will sell above two sections at a sacrifice if token before November 3st. Owner leaving country. Act quick and get a, bargain. Will also sell full. eaulnment including horses to farm' the at slosy price and good terms. These two sections are only one mile apart. Apply Box 2ir Herald. 267-0 are .giving a Whist Drive IN THE S. 0. E. HALL on Wednesday October, 25th For the purpose of raising money for the Soldiers' Christ- mas Fund. Admission 25c [Soficial to the Herald) Fernie, Oct. Fernie Poultry aud Pet Stock Association did them- selves proud last niglit when they gave a'chiekeu supper and a dance for the purpose of securing funds to "aid them in making preparations for the annual show which takes place in a few weeks. At 4.30 in the afternoon, the break- ing of. a Liolt in the governor at the city power house cut off the electric current, which caused the town to look like an English burg in anticipa- tion of a Zeppelin raid. The damage was soon repaired. Judge Thompson opened court again here this morning, when the three men, James Dawson, John Kent and Andrew Lees, charged with house- breaking at the Morris'sey Junction hotel, when they were found taking liquor from the bar room of that no- iei, were put on trial.. After hearing I the evidence, the court found the first j two men guilty and sentenced them to three months each in jail. Andrew Lees, who was the man who passed the bottles of liquor over the transom of the bar room door 'to one of the other men, admitted his part in the affair, but the other two contradicted him. Lees, however, was let go on, suspended sentence. Sherwood Hcrch-i mer prosecuted and A. Macncill de- fended Jn this case. I The case against Hindo, charged; with a statutory offence which was! before the court last Friday and held over until this week for decision, was' prosecuted by Mr. Macnelll and Sher- wood' Herchmer defended the er. The case of Rex versus Juras, a charge of doing bodily harm, is now before the court. SEAMLESS, WATERPROOF, SANITARY LIE FLAT WITHOUT FASTENING. WE HAVE THEM IN STOCK ft. by 105 ft. ft by 12 ft Hay r Hardware Co. Phone 575 P. O. Box 275 BIRTH to Mr. and Mrs. AVm. Allardlce, Jr., on October 25th, twins, a son and daughter-________ Wheat Lands For Sale The finest wheat lands and ranch lands in Southern Alberta. Eigh miles from .elevators. In township 11, ranges 18 and 19, west of 4th Meridian. Buy direct from the estate. No middlemen need apply. For, prices and terms apply. J.D. Fuller TABER, Or the Cameron Rjmeh. BILLIARD TABLE WANTED Must be in good condition. Send Full Particulars to 0. B. EDGETT Box '264. LETHBRIDGE SftlBEHG CO, LETHBRIDGE, AUTA. "ALWAYS 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 Lethbridge offices represent SERVICE. "TRY US" J. H. TALLING Local Manager Office Phone 1580 Residence 572 STRONG DOWtfR. GRAIN and Commission Merchants G-jr entire organization is at your service aod with our exper- ience v.-o can safely guarantee to get you the best pricfis for your grain at any time and for any grade or kind of grain. Phono M IS22 Calgary) F.or Offloe 1865 Lothbridgo Quota- RSI. 1811 LotbbHdse) lions. SM Our Agonts who In your district. J, A. GUMMING Lethbridge Manager GRAINS UnequpJled facilities for seeur Ing reliable Information regard- ing Drain. Frequent quotations, All markets. are Invited to make free UBP of this service. Ask for bids on your carlots of grain. Private to New York, Chi- Minneapolis, Winnipeg Baird Bottercll, Union Bank Building, ARCHIE. E. F.EESOR, Mgr. Phone 1699. Res. Phone 1862. SMITH, MURPHY CO. GRAIN HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG Write -or phone'at our expense if you have handle. We can assure you the best price the market will stand and give you courteous service and prompt .raturns. N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE OFFICE SHERLOCK BUILDING OPTIONS provide the cheap- est means .of carrying your grain ovei winter. PREMIUMS now offering for special shipment on barley TELEPHONE ue for billing instructlbns. N direct touch with European buyers through UR own export depart- ment. I ONE better equipped to give you service, SECURE our bid selling.. V James Richardson and Sons, Liffli ted 201 Sherjock Bldg. Phone 777 Established 1657. W. J. Lloyd, Man. Ret Phone 365 M.M. Clark, Acct. Res Ph'n 1072 I O N ;