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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPT. HOTEL WINDSOR Beet a Day Hotel in Alberta The Sweetest EXCEPTIONAL VALUES IN APPLES No 1's B. C. Greenings and several ather kinds. These are really the finest apples packed where. Your choice, per case 51.90 N... 1 Mcinlosh Reds. Nothing finer for eating at this time of the year. Per case Economy crates Mclntosh Reds. Unwrapped but K. Price per crate No 2 Jonathans. These are very fine apples. If the boxes were not stamped No. 2 you would not know the difference between these and _A No. Prices per case 51-75 No 3. Dandy c.ookcrs and some very good eating. Unwrapped and not all Just the same size but otherwise Just as good as any. Several kinds, including Jonathans. Per case S1.40 THE HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES EVERYMANS LIBRARY Cloth Binding, 40c; Two for 75c: Leather, 75c Each In this way we can give you the world's finest works in Biography, Science, Travel, Fiction, Essays, Poetry, Romance, Etc. THE KENNY ALL1N CO., Ltd, NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. fHONE 1487 Pickles To Suit Every Tas.e SWEET PICKLES Quart Sealers...... SOUP. PICKLES Quart Sealsrs MUSTARD PICKLES Quart Sealers...... RED CABBAGE Quart Sealers...... 40c or J3C 35c MACONOCHIE'S WALNUT....... SWEET PICKLES In bottles SOUR PICKLES In bottles 30c 25c WILL NOT FADE Rev Chas. Baker, former pastor of i ilie Baptist church at Yorkton. Bask., iwill arrive 111 the city nest week, to aiveiK the pastorate of tho First Bi'pti.t church here, and will preach; first sermon on Sunday. Nov. oth.: in tho advent of Rev. Mr. Baker to i i-ie city, not here obtain a pastor ot bril- iiam attainments, but Lethbridge itself secures r. new citizen that will take his place- among the p-ablic men of the city ill the advancement 01 the welfare of die community generally. Rev. Mr. Baker was tor a time ill I charge of the manual training depart- mom' of the Yorktou tnsti- H tute and while in that capacity did I j good work. As pastor of the emigre- >-ation Hit Yorkton. lie earned the re- iispect and admiration of the entire I community, and on the eve of his de- i parture for Lethbridge. many expres- Bisions of gcod will were made, ami o: i I only for the work among his congregation, but for the great M i amount of inllueiH-e for good he excr- and work he accomplished at large in the community. EXPLOSION IN KENT FACTORY London. Oct. following offi- i-ial communication was issued this of munitions an-1 nouuce that an explosion look place I yesterday at a munition factory in i Kent Some damage was done to tlie work' and there were several casual- j lies, including two deaths and ten per sons seriously burned." j NIGHT" Wednesday will be "Tobacco Night" at the local moving picture theatres. The proprietors have kindly arranged to allow F. R. Jones, of the tobacco fund for Canadian Soldiers, to address the audiences at the Orphcum, the C-tarland and the Empress on that evening. He will briefly out- line- the operations of the Fund. It is hoped that the theatres will be crowded on this occasion as Mr. Jones has an interesting story to tell. CITY AN HALLOWE'EN NOVELTIES.-. JACK 0' LANTERNS CREPE PAPER PUMPKINS CANDLES MASKS, ETC. Have you seen tiic new "Papa" Danny Daddies and "Mama" Quacky Doodlss and their fam- ily. This is Ne-v York's latest and most popular novelty for child- SEE CUR WINDOWS s1 Tke Red Cross Drag Book, Co., Limiiei! PHONE Branch at Naw Dayton Tlie Standard Bank lias optmed aj branch ut LV.ytsn. j Kentish men to Meet i The KontishTiien's Society meet' i in St. Mary's hall Monday evening at IS. A bic display of potatoes is to be held, a prize being offered (or the! largest potatoes. I j New Settlers C. A. of ilm C. P. R. tie-" J t part men t of natural resources, is in j the city. Mr. Van Scoy is engaged in bringing new so tilers from California. I 191st Officer Here M.ijor Bennett, second in com- mand of the Battalion, is in the today on u of the recruiting ni'ices in the south.- QUAKER BREAD IS WEIGH- ED OFF BY A MACHINE THAT DOES NOT GET TIRED AND NEGLECT ITS WORK. IT NEVER GOES OUT TO (-AR- TIES OR DANCES AND ACTS SLEEPY THE NEXT DAY. IT NEVER HAS COMPANY IN THE KITCHEN AND FORGETS THE BREAD. THE RESULT IS REGULAR BREAD. have the Sole Agency for Lethbridge. Blues, Grays and Blacks that will not fade. Wateh the piece of Blue Serge tacked to the front of our store. D The-- Tailor TELEPHONE 1666 410 FIFTH STREET S. THE WOMEN'S COMFORT ROOMS Room 1 Hull Block. Phone 1710 Shampooing and Hair Dress- ing, Massaging and .Manicuring. Hair work kinds. Child- ren's hair bobbing. eOVQU BURN COIL? The Grace Coal Mine is now prepared to take care of all orders. PHONE 125O Tne quality ts the beat. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS Winnipeg. Oct. local wheat' market' closed for October, I I'iK down for November, lower for December and 2 cents lower for; Oats dropped in October. 1 cent iu December and in .May. TTarlev gained for both months. Flal "advanced vie to Minne- apolis-closed to lower. Dml i trade, in which Winnipeg drag- sed low-ur in spite ot the stronger rniietl States markets. The ranges were narrow and the price never very I1 active Realizing sales caused a break ion tlie morjiiiB wheat recovered Jon strong news from the Argentine and the reports of export buying m 11 Chicago market. This was not saf- ficient anil toward the close wheat looked weaker than it has done for a month. The cash demand for wheat was fair for No. 1 Northern and poor for the other grades. Exporters look No 1 at %c the trailers a.e lolding off from tho others till the trade is adjusted to the new basis at the end of this delivery month. Oats were in fair demand at the goin_ pre- lium. Barley was strong. Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat Brother Wounded i CispiitcluT MacDohald. of iho C. P.: j Fl. hero, has received word that his i j .1. .1. MaclJonald. ot" the; has been wounded in the lighting in Trance. yet Daintily Perfumed, Greaseless. Relieves chapped hands, sore lips, and roughness of the skin immediately. Also excellent after shaving. Sample for the asking. 25c and 50c Bottle J. D. rliginbolham Co. "AlberM's Pioneer DrugnlsU.'1 Vaudeville Tonight One or the best vaudeville bills shown will be seer. at the Orpin-ti tonight. There will be two shows, 7.-1 and AdvL Mcose Meeting j A social meeting of the Loyal Order ,tf Moose, No. will he- held on j 'Tuesday evening, Oei. olst at eight j j o'clock in the Moose hall Tor the pur- I pose nf jiliinning for a ladies' branch in "connection with the lodge. Members are requested to be present or-send a j representative in their place. A Fraud Record W. A. Hamilton, former superintend- ent of city schools, has a photogrnph 'of a former local high acliool class in which appear the faces of ten boys. Seven of these have and two, j Sergt. Fred Macbeth and Sergfc. "Wm. 1 Raley, have laid down their lives for their country. Air. Hamilton is very proud of his former pupils. for Car of Wheat To net a total of for one car of wheat was the experience of j'one farmer in the south this week, who billed his wheat through the, Lethbridge offices of the Smith-Murphy j Grain Co. and received sottlement for! his wheat on a basis which netted him the above amount. It is to be taken into consideration that this man shipped from a 25e point. SEAMLESS, WATEKPKOOF, SANITAKl LIE FLAT WITHOUT FASTENING.. WE HAVE THEM IN STOCK 9 ft.' by 10J ft. ft. by 12 ft The Store ar--t retail chemists TELEPHONE- NO- 322 V., DRAYING OF ALL KINDS COAL C. O. D PHONE 1345 Turner Witciiell Office at Kennedy's 410 13ih St. "FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Geo. R. Dixon PHONE 1057 REAR' STAFFORD BLOCK Wheat Lands For Sale The finest wheat landi and ranch lands in Southern Alberta. 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. TABER Or'al the .Cameron Ranch. Xo. 1 Nor...lS7% No. 3 No. 5 Nor...154% Oats- No. 2 C. W. 60 VI Extra-Xo. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed ..58 Barley- No ......111% Rejected I Feed......... Xo. 1 N. W. 0. No. 2 C. W..... No. 2 18414 No. 4 Nor...lG8% Feed C. W. ..............5SVi No. 2 Feed Xo. 4 FUTURES Winnipeg lOet. Nov.......... ..May......... Oct.......... Dec.......... May......... Oct.......... Deo. Dec.......... May......... Dec.......... May 184 186 CSV. 244% 247% 189% 188% 18714 186% 184% 60 W 0014 02U 248% I 247% I i 101% mow 185% THE DAUGHTERS AND MAIDS OF ENGLAND ARE HOLDING A SALE of WORK On Saturday Next Novemocr 4th at the Standard Furniture Co.'s old stand, 4th Avenue 'South. There will be home made cook- ing, plain goods. Taa and ice win br Tin proceeds will be given to the Patriotic Fund. Sale Commences at 2.30. For Sailors' Relief Fund On behalf of tho committee the fol-j lowing contributions are ncluiowledg-! 'eel: Greohs of tho city 5325; Mrs. C. I IP. P. Convbeare 55; Mounted Police: Mr. and Jlrs. G. H. Harmon S10; Dr. Rusk 50c; Anonymous ?I.OO; j 1 Hudson's Bay Atliletir. association! I. O. D. E. tag day S3G2.65; con-j cert in Majestic theatre-5121.50; total .S35S.15. Further contributions can be made to Mayor Hardie, chairman of the- committee, or to the secretary, !j. lluasell Oliver. Receives Promotion Eli a recent letter received by Mrs. 'Sarah Davey, 7th Avenue, from her .son, Geo. Davey, he stated lie had been promoted to corporal, and his 'chum, Thos. Mathewsoil, had also re-; ccfved the same promotion, both be-j ing in "D" company of tlie 31st Cal-j Bary battalion. They enlisted from' this' city In tho fall of 1914 along with many other local boys. Corp. Daves- was woundeil during the severe fight- ing of June last, as was mentioned in lithe Herald at that time, but hir, I! wounds were not serious and he soon returned to tho trenches. Hu now writes of Tiiiraculous escapes he bats 'iliail during the recent heavy engage- Imenls on the Somme front. Is a at oof Store ,A new one which will ho sold riglil to'l-lie 1'irst poison who wants one. Suu if you could use a wheel. We also have a good stock of hicyde repairs. HARDWARE 310 FIFTH STREET S. "THE SHOOTING OF DAN- GEROUS DAN McGREW." EMPRESS WED.- THURS. NEXT i SATURDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES nativo beef steers 56.60 to 51165 steers to hoga ?C 70 to sheep 17.25 to 60 common to choice butcher, ?0 to ?C60, selocls (10, sheep to LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Track prices Wheat .....171% Oats 5H4 Flax Wheat Oats 1GG 49 Barley Uarloy 80% LIVESTOCK p.-nCES Choice steers, 6-1- to fat cows to Select hogs, 160 to 20.T 1M., .Choice killins 7c, Open or Closed Cnr Rates to Any Part of City One Person.............. 50c 3 parsons 51.00 Country Trips, 15c per mile II. King Phone 693 Joins Headquarters Major J. C. Sliaw, son of F. D. Shaw of Lothbridge, has bee- on the headquarters staff at Calgary. Ho was formerly attacheil to the battalion. Ocaih of Mrc. Dicu The, (loath occurred yesterday ol Ivnh Emnions Dice, aged 28 years, bo- loved wife of nr. H. 13. Dice, of Ma- rratli Deceusetl leaves her husband mid a son, s'n years of ago to mourn her. The remains are being sent today froni Fcttorlyls undertaXinB parlors 10 West I.-lberty, Iowa, I lie formbr home of the family for interment. Tried to Escape Apparently tlio interned allciiH 'lire being moved from tho detention 'camp at Lethlirldge to Spirit. I.alie, Quebec, have not Joat the escaping J) habit, for Iho r'oport comes from lie- Sina-tbat Wo unidentified aliens had ul been brought to tlie mounted police j been taken hospital there sultering from injuries received in attempting to escape from j which was carrying a large squad ot prisoners cast. I lie dispptch slates that three men Jumped from lbe: train while passing Broad view and were struck by a locomotive on another, track. Olio man escapee but the other two wore injured so that both young and old 'to atlend a llnllowe'en Harvest ftalmagunili Eoolni Tuesday evening, Ottohcr 31, at Christian church, cor- ner oi Third Avenue and Eighth Strce! 1 by the YOBHE a1 (Mirlstian Fndeavor Society. If you love fun, don't miss it. Admission, AduUs ICo; Cliilrtven, Co. 271-1 ;