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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best Hotel in Alberta The Sweetest PRAIRIE FLOUR- TAYLOR MADE EXCEPTIONAL VALUES IN APPLES No rs B C. and several other kinds. Th.se are really the finest apples packed any- where. Your choice, per case No 1 Reds. Nothing finer for eating at this time of the year. Per case Economy crates Mclnto.l. Reds. Unwrapped but otherwise O. K. Price per crate N-. 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. 1. Prices per No 3 Dandy cflokers and some very good eating. Unwrapped and not ail Just the same size but otherwise lust as good as any. Several kinds, including Jonathans. Per THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES RUBBER SPONGES Last, 50c Rubber Sponges for 24c. Here's your chance to get a fine quality rubber sponge at a very price. Come early. They will not last long. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487. Pickles To Suit Every Taste SWEET PICKLES Quart Sealers...... SOUR-PICKLES Quart Sealers...... MUSTARD PICKLES Quart Sealers...... RED CABBAGE Quart Sealers 40c 35c 40c 35c CROSSE i BLACKWELL M MjXED MACONOCHIE'S WALNUT SWEET PICKLES In bottles....... SOUR PICKLES In bottles....... 35c 30c 25c o AUTOMOBILE LIVERY Open OP Closed Car Rates to Any Part of City One Person 50c 3 persons Country Trips, 15c per milt THE WOMEN'S COMFORT ROOMS Room 1 Hull Block. Phone 1710 Shampooing and Hair Dress- ing, Massaging and Manicuring. Hair.work of all kinds.. Child- ren's hair bobbing- THE MAIDS OF ENGLAND ARE HOLDING A SALE of WORK On Saturday Next November 4th the Standard Furniture oM 4th Avenue South. There will be home made cook- ing, plain and fancy goods. Tea and ice cream will be served. The proceeds will be given to the Patriotic Fund. Sale Commences at 2.30. Messrs. Marshall, of Winnipeg, and Howard, of Calgary, officials of the C. P. R. telegraphs, were In the city today, and concluded arrangements whereby the C. P. R. telegraph office will move up- town and occupy considerably more convenient quarters in the business section of the city. The company has secured the quarters on Fifth Street at present occu- pied by Ridpath, the Tailor, and will make arrangements to move j the equipment into the new quar- ters immediately. This-will be a welcome announcement to the public. The officials have had the matter in contemplation for some time, and the Board of Trade has been active also In the matter. The quarter! are spacious and most convenient to the business section. MARKETS Winnipeg, pet, TOnnipeg wheat closed lower --for'-- October, %c higher for November, it c lower for December and, 'ic lower for May. Oats were %c down in October, to We in December, and %c In May. Bar- ley up for October and %c higher for December. Flax was 'Ac hieher to unchanged. .Minneapolis wheat was lower for December and %c higher for May anil up for July. After working gradually lower dur- ing the 'day, wheat made a recovery: which almost wiped .out the loss. The j trade 'was very small with nothing to feature it. The crowd were bearish i but afraid to press the short aide, and I when the prices did not break the few who had sold began to recover. There was nothing iu the news to create interest. Late reports of export buy-; ing were not confirmed and the only i good buying in Winnipeg .was in the i morning. The cash market was very indifferent. Traders were still wait-; ins for wheat to be adjusted to the November basis. The prices today j .were quoted on that month. No. li Isold at %c over. No.. 2 at 3c under.: Oats were Indifferent with heavy: offerings.. Barley was strong. Fresh Emulsion Easy To Take Freshness is an essential quality of a good emulsion. A fresh emulsion is palatable and acceptable to the stomach. Our Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil is always fresh. It is an excellent remedy for chronic coughs, bronchial troubles and incipient tuberculosis. Price 50c a bottic. Tke Red Cross Drag Book Co., limited PATRIOTIC COMMITTEE TO MEET The patriotic- fund commit- tee of the LclllbrldBO district meet tonight in the board or trade rooms to discuss the forthcoming campaign tor the fund. DO YOU BURN CDAl? The "Grace Coal Mine It now prepared to, talw of all orderi. PHONE 125O The' quality It the beat. Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS DRAYING OF ALL KINDS 'COAL CO.D PHONE 13 45 Turner Witt-hell Office at Kennedy's 410 13th St FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Geu. R. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 HEAR STAFFORD SLOCK WANTED Strictly Modern House At least four bedrooms. Would rent by month or lease for year. Apply Phone United Grain Producers, Ltd EMPRESS BUILDING 'GROUND FLOOR Wheat Lands for Sale The finett whwt lundi ranch In Southern Alfeirti. Elgh Tom In towMhlp 11, 18 It, of 4th dlrtot from the Mtlti. No mlddltmtn nitd apply. apply. J.D. Fuller TABER Or it the Cirrnren Ranch. O FUTURES Winnipeg ct.' Nov. Dec" May Oct. nee. May......... Oct.......... Dec. Dec.......... May......... Dec.......... May 183% 194% 131% 18551 185% 186% 181% 184 59% 39% 249 24S 188% 155% ThBrnroflBiiB The English cura- tive wadding for coughs, colds, rheum- atism, neuralgia, bronchitis, sciatica, etc., etc. etc. SOc A PACKAGE CITY AND DISTRICT Joins Medical Firm Dr. II. 11. Cragg has Joined the firm of Campbell and Roy. physicians, who have taken new office quarters in the lioyal hank block. Manager New Branch T. Temple of Ricetown, Sask. to be manager ol the new branch o[ he Standard bank, opened recently at I New Dayton. Sailors' Relief Fund The following further donations have been received to the sailors' re- lief fund: Miss Proctor SI, Dr. Oco. Marrs ?5. Musical Festival Meeting A special meeting of the local com- mittee of the Alberta Musical Festival fill be held tonight at 9 o'clock in Wesley choir room. S. O. E. Notice The Sons of England, lied Hose De- gree will not meet as arranged to- morrow evening, but on Wednesday evening, the Sth inst. Narrow Escape J. E. Clarke had a narrow escape Sunday afternoon from being seri- ously "injured, he being run down and dragged by a -high speed auto on the corner of 3rd Ave. and 7th St. south. The presence nf mind of the driver by applying the emergency brake saved the victim. Remanded For 2 Weeks A. P. Vorhees, .remanded for sen- tence a few 'days ago in connection with the Ogilvie Milling Co. case at Welling, was again brought before Judge Jackson in District Court this morning, and remanded for '1 weeks at the request of the Crown. Change in Orange Line Commencing Monday the Orange line car will be put hack on the old schedule The present schedule is not working out satisfactorily, so Commissioner Freeman has decided to give it another chance on the old run. E'lks To Meet_ l.ethbridge Lodge No. B. P. O. Elks will meet in the club rooms, Al- berta block, on Thursday evening. Ail .the members of the club who are in- terested in putting a howling team in the city league are requested to meet in the club quarters tonight at S.MO, when a committee will he clios- JOHN GILMORgS QUAKER BREAD QUAKER BREAD IS KNEAD-. ED BY A MACHINE. IT IS VERY IMPARTIAL, IT TREATS THEM ALL ALIKE, THE LAST ONE GETS THE SAME TREAT- MENT AS THE FIRST ONE IN THE NIGHT'S WORK. THIS HELPS TO MAKE QUAK6R' QREAD REGULAR. J. D. Higinbotham Co. Pioneer Druggists." The Start Wholetale anJ rofail chemiete TELEPHONE NO. 322 SEAMLESS, WATEBPKOOF, SANITARY CONGOLEl to line up the team, and a repre- LIE FLAT WITHOUT FASTENING. WE HAVE THEM IN STOCK 9 ft. by "1Q1 ft !12 9 ft. by 12ft Hayr Hardware Go. P.O. Box 275 sentatlve will he picked for the or- sanction meeting of the league on Wednesday evening in the Herald of- fice. MONDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES There was no change in yesterday's livestock prices from those of Satur- day. LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Track frieei Tlcei Wheat Wheat .....180 Oats 51U Oats....... .......232, Flax .......221. Barley S3 Barley .....'86% LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 5% to lal cowa 5'4 to 5vi- Select hogs, 150 to 200 Ibs., Wt- Choice killing ewes, 7c. A divlden of one "arid one-half per cent. on all capital stock. of the Knight Sugar Company, Limited, will be paid on November 1st, 1916, to all the stock holders of record on the books of the Company on. that date. The, stock'.book ..will .be closed ion October reopened on Ivember 2nd, 1916. i (Signed.) Knight Sugar Company, .Limited Per: Knljht, Manager. CREAM WANTED HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR NO. 1 CREAM, AND CHECK SENT FOR EACH SHIPMENT BY RETURN MAIL M I LK [V'ILK AND DELIVERED CREAM 3AILY. BABIES' MILK supplie'i from Individual cows that have passed the tubercular test by the govern- ment Death of Mrs. Adam The death occurred this morning nf Matilda Adam, aged 60, wife of i Martin Adam of the White School Dis-, jtl'ict east of the city. .The funeral I services will be held tomorrow at- i tcrnoon at Ketterly's undertaking par- lors at 2.30, and the remains will be forwarded on the night train to the former home of the family at Beaver- dam, Wisconsin. Rev. .1. li. Francis will conduct the funeral services here. Typo Visitors K .1 llrowu of Calgary, and li. llellamy of Medicine Hat, vice-presi- dent and secretary respectively of the j Western Canada Conference ol Typo- graphical Unions, conferred this week this city with Philo Howard, ol Seattle, president of the. Typographi- cal Conference of the Northwestern States Their business was of it na- ture concerning the trade In thn tern- lory covered by the two bodies, li. li. j Klliot of Edmonton, who represents I the international Typographical Union In Alberta, is in the city this week on business .in connection with the local union. EDGEHILL DAIRY Phone 1S24 There Is a Bicycle at our Store A new one-which-will be sold right to the first person who Bee if.you could use n wheel. .We also.liavc'a good stock of .bicycle repairs. G, HARDWARE 310 FIFTH STREET S. (.AT THE E'MPBESS TOMORROW THE SHOOTING OF DAN McOREW. "Tonight's the night" with .the kiddies. It's Hallowe'en. the evening the hoys and girls have been waiting for. The Jack-o'-lantern, bobbing for ap- pies and telling ghost these are some parts of the pro- gram for the evening. Inci- dentally the neighbor's gate had better out. This is voung folks', night. ly Hallowe'en Is the name giv- on to October 31st. as Ihc vigil (if Hallowmas or All Saints' Day, November 1. t, A A i All Aboard for GLASGOW Good Service -Low Rates. Sailings from Montreal CASSANDRA ATHENIA Tickets from any Nov. 7 Nov. 21 railroad or steamship agent, or DONALDSON LINE H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg. 449 Main St. Ph. M. 6312 Vancouver, B.C.'431 Granvllle St. Cattle For Sale i 100 head Hereford and Dur lam heifers, cows and cows with :alvcs. 3 Rcgistsrsd Hereford Bulls, Brooding ewes, 2 to 5 old. Hatch Lewis LIVESTOCK DEALERS Acadia Bldg. Stock Yards Phone 1482 ;