Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
IHOTEL DALLAS V. TELEPHONE 1312 CCMFORTA.au LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. Pride of Alberta First Aid to Better Bread MADE" Mother's Favorite Ontario GrapeSj Concords and Niagaras THE LAST WE EXPECT THIS SEASON ARE IN. OUR STOCK IS NOT LARGE. SO PLACE YOUR ORDERS IF YOU WANT SOME. Price. ]K-r basket. Nova Scotia Apples in Barrels GOING OUT VERY FAST AND WILL BE ALL CONE IN ANOTHER TEN RAYS AT THE RATE THEY ARE GOING. OET YOURS NOW AND SAVE DISAPPOINTMENT. No. 2 Gravtr.l Per barrel No. 2 King. Blenheim Hb, 1 King. Blenheim and Ribiton HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 525 MARKETS Hallowe'en Novelties MASKS PAPER NAPKINS PAPER .CAPS TABLE DECORATIONS ETC. THE KENNY CO, Ltd. Phone '.437 Drvealiti ihd SYalfot'iert Next HaLri Mike Ihe MOST of Bigb Prices by consign- ing Your Grain to SMITH-MURPHY. CO. Ton ivfll realize erery CCD! In It for you, and get your re- turns promptly. PHONE Offics Phons 1313 Residence Phone 1484 N. T. _HACLEOD, MANAGER LETH3HIDGE' BRANCH SHERLOCK ELDG. XmasCards Overseas WE HAVE A. LARGE STOCK OF APPROPRIATE CARDS .FOR SENDING TO THE SOLD- 1ERS Robertson's Book Store .118 5th St.'S. WE HAVE FOR SALE A LIMITED NUMBER Or CAHS OF CATS ALSO BARLEY DIRECT FROM THE. PRODUCER AND IT. WILL AL'L DEALERS AND BUYEHS.TO'COMMUNJCATE WITH.US AT ONCE. Pike Grain Company, Ltd. "f LICENSED.AND BONDED' Lethli'rldge Calgary Edmonlon A. E." REESOR, Manager, Phone 616, Beijdcncs 1662 I Oct. sit- I uatfoa was 'practically unchanged I with the Wheat Export Company taking all- offerings- of. grades ..on which Ihe prices have been fixed; H I Is expected that (he prices that have I been agreed upon liy' the grain sup- eriors ou srade 4, 5 and 6 will be [announced today1, la the meantime I there is n good Inquiry for these fcrades from ciillers. The wfadins-up of all October fut- ures were taii-ly heavy. There was a good demand -tor high grade oats to be delivered in the west; a lot of low gratle oats coming east lor which there was a poor demand. Barley market was quiet, offerings light. Prices the same. Winnipeg oats lutures closed Uc lower tor October and higher [or all other months. Barley was un- changed. Klas wns ijc lower for October. Xovember unchanficd and December anil .May Ic lower. Winnipeg MarXet. On_En Close October 67-H fit'1 November December Hay i October 1 November j October I November December Hay..... Cash. Prices. unchanged from 2 C.W... Mis Xo. 3 C.W.. Eilra So. l Feed No. i.feait.. No. 2 leed. Barley unchanged from yesterday. i No. 1 X.W.C.................233 No. 2 ?92 xo. 3 C-W...2S1 "hicago Mtrkcl, Cincago. Oct. >heat cash nominal. Cora, No. 2 yellow; 215 la 217; No. 3 yellow, 21G; No. 1 yellow, 3, >59% to COU; standard to 60H-- 6614 305 ISl. 2S1 61 120 119 295 -2S1 251 OS' Hallowe'en Novelties For Oct. 31 We have a (crge aESorlrnent of novelties, Hallowe'en paper caps and ties table decorations. ptace cards, crtpe paper, fable cards, etc. Secure your requirements' .without delay and make Hallow- e'en-a REAL ONE.for the kid- The Red Cross Drag Book Co., United PMONS'-'iik. CITY AM) DISTRICT Walch Your Gate. Toulglit Is 11 allow e'en auil s the small boys will ruu In liords. Hallowe'en Dance. The HVilcnve'en Dance given Ihc CV O. F. tonight IB not a mas- querade, just a good time it a nee. Coma and Lrlug your fuvitatloii. Elks Meeting. IleguTBr mcetiiiB o't Lodge No. 37 U. I'. O. Kits will lie held (onlghl in their club rooms In ihe Block al S JMU. Dropped His Stripes. In the city have learned that Serst- D. Coblilcdlck, son of Rcr. G. 11. ColjbledicX-, has his stripes, lo across to France he is now In the treuches. PRICES ARE FIXED BUT SERVICE IS NOT a'branth in one In ytft whero yaiir grain is Inspected and one in Fort William where U unloaded. The advantage of our sixty y'esrj1 in the Canadian grain trade Is yours when you ship your grain In gur care. ifAMES lUCIJAUDSpN SONS, LIMITED 1 201-Sherlock Bid5, L'ethbrldfle Branch Phone 777 J. Mflr. W. H. Hindall, Acct, We arc In the market now, aValwayi, for BALED HAY AND Ltl us kr.cw whsn you wlH be >hlp. FARM PKOmrCTS, LIMITED-.'- i I With Every Machine and Too) needed together trained we are prcnarcd to -ill hinds ot an-J sheet nie'.al here In quick time an-1 at moleraic pikes. Whether.- yon wanl a tunnel made or an niatjorale corntcc inanuract- liave do the work p.nd U vriU he dona and priced right. jlie Dixon Sheet Metal Co. 'REAR BLOCK LETHEIIIDOE, ALBERTA Funeral of Arthur Wyman. A I'jQcral took place on Moiidfiy of Arthur Iven aEetl siiteen ycsrs, 01 llowvlllef who died in the Gal; Hospital here on Oct. 2Gtb as the result of .In aa accldenl while hauling lo tbe elevator. The accident occurred In tronl of the, home ol rP. ,Dradlef. The load turned over In soiue manner anJ the hoy- was caught iiader'iL-5 side of the lank, his hips liejns hadly He was operated on Tiere on Oclober 2I11L, Lut died lat- er. Rev. .Mr. Brown of Carmangav officiated al tne runeral assisted tiy .Mr. Venlicrbell of .Ilarons. 'Floral IrlbulOE were senl from the: follow- [ing: Standing anclirtr from parents' and brother, wreath from Ida and Ethel, standing star .from. .Charlie ani gates ajar from Mrs. l.ei- lle, J. F. Williams and W. Hunter, croaa from Mrs. L. M. Hlchtiock, heart .ari'A Mrs. CotUcD'plh Pilhin Brothers, spray G. I'eter'ou, Epcay from Mr.; and, Mra. Bradley, sprajr iroin Mr-, .and Mt3- A. apray (rbm Cop- Iln, wreath from Mrs. Morllinpre, car- natlona Irom Ruth LaBlle, apraV. fromv Mrs. Duck and family, pillow of .roses from class-mates and friends Margie, Karl sml.Eddfc onrl LeTvls Oliver, ,Howaril Harvejr.-I'carl Hazel, Jerome and Cluster Olion, Harry McVennfe. Alta ..Hu6ilb; FrlenJg, Tom and Mra. Mfi "Burns, Edgar Smith, T. V, Olvcnt and Fred A will be In Burgman's i hall" on Nof. Dancing from 9 to 12. Good orchestra In at- tendance. -f Superior Co. 2nil Avi. SfrecL 'MIHINO, OU1LOUIO SUPPLIES .4 EQUIPMENT XODHOPE ANOER30N .FARM fMPLEMENTS StiLKfES TRACTOR ATTACH- COAL By Cirlsad. DOWSLEY LAND AOENCY PHONE No InPriee OfVinol Although'U costi ihouEands of dollars more lo make Yinol lhan il dlJ six months ago and Ihe new, war lax adds anothcr heavy burden wi are not going is charge people any more lor prefer to keep the of pur ciis- (tomera antl avoid price Incrcas- .63 whenever we can. You can, therefore, continue -io gel Vlnol from ua at the old price of a botlle, and hpnd- rctls of you have prored by_iper- sonal eijjorferice that ft is THE BEST STRENGTH CREATOR frIONEY CAN BUY For run down men.and H'oraen, feeble oh] and delicate chlldrenj nerrous'condi- tions and a coaslSlutlonal ro'm-' cdy for nnemlap coughs, colds and Lronchltfa. S' Revive Canadian Club. A( last night's meettog of citizens In ihe Doard of Trade building, Cajit. K C. McKcnzie suggested the revival D[ ihe Leihbrldge Canadian Cluli. I Citizens arc asfccil to consider (lie liroposal. Blalrmore Man Wounded. Francis O'Brien, taken on Iho EirengllTnl. hlalrraore, Alta., has been wounded, His home at May- croft and hla ncsl ol klri i3 ct Braok- 1yn, N. V. Nothing (n It. There was a rumor abuiil Ihc cily this" Jiiornlns that a serlotis accident had occurred at Coults and thai doc- tors und 'nurses hail teen callcil from Letfabrlclge. The HeraM. called the' telephone office at Coutls nni_J. found the rumor to be without .foundation.; DELANYS MEAT GO. THE HOME OF QUALITY MEATS.' Offers you a completely sat- isfactory'service Opposite Dillas Hotel Phone 452 J. D. Higubotlia The "Alberta's Pioneer Wholesale and Relit! cfiemlrts. TELEPHONE No, 322 Visits His Old Home. A. Southard of Calgary is in the clly looking nflor Ills local properties. Xentishmen's Vsgslable Display TLcrc Vi'as K rjood showing or VCK-. etablcs at tbe regular meeting of tho Kentlilirnen last. 'ru'eM ami gncirl specimens were on display.' The fol- lowing .u-ere the winners In Ihc dlf- terc-at Celery.-1 lor: tarrols, 1st C. IJoe. 2nd j. ttards, 3rd C. Wakelhi; cauliflower, 1st C. Wnkolin; parsnips, Jsl C. U'ak-' clln. 2nd C. One, 3rd W. Hawkins: Savoy, 1st, C. Special mention shouM be made, of n "lisplay o( onions by K. Rossiter, nol fnr competition. N'est month (he members will hold A special exhibit In Ihe dlf- j or wblcli should make keen si, E., Itossi-' cDmpc.tilfon. OUR BEST AD, IS NEVER PRINTED. _ You'reltl WESTBROOK BROiS, THE SANITARY SHOP' On fifreet 3. Off 3rd Aye: Opposite BanV of Montreal, (Formerly Barheri for W. A. Carbide Gas Didn't Explode. N. Kuth of the Oxy-Acelylenc Weldin? plant iieit (o1 the lloraltl, who injured In the explosion of the carbiae gencralor sonic time ago told lha Herald explosion was not o( carbtde gas Iiut of an ex- plosive gas generated by'the action of Ihe acid in soldering the j tanK. The carbide WQS la no. way responBltile. Need Accommodalicn. The teachers' convention tor Southern Alberta will meet In Lelh- hrldgc on November Stli and as the hotel accommodation Is exccerl- I Ingly limited nil persons who would be willing to billet a delegate, tor bed and brcakfasl for the Iwo days are requeatcc7' to gire their namoa 'and adrtrcsses lo SJr, C. B. llrandow, chairman ol billeting committee, COG 10th HL S. For Red Cross. "Will all those who arc Joining the parlr to lake In the chicken supper 'Rl.lron Springs' on TliursUay, UnrJJy i notify Mrs. A. SlmiJaoii or .Mr. Frank Watfdlnglon tonight without fall.1 Those" who have klnnly prom- ised autoinobllca will greatly oblige confirming the arrangement by i phqnfx to cither of trje above. The party will tlie post odico, Lcth- j bridge, at 4.15 p.m, tomorrow. j Feast of All Saints, Tbc first of November, the Icasl rf Ali Stilnla, la observed through- out'the Catholic world as a holy day "of obligation. Following the cnslom jof the past, there will lie services al SaJnl Pulrlch'a church here al seven Innd at. nine-thirty In Ihc morning jivllll sermon Ht 7.20 In the Special services In commemoration of lli? dead will be held at S o'clock fo Friday morning. ing's inside' Mswsagc, 'IvlicU-oly.sis ETC___. AY WANTED A lew carloads ol good hay (or .prumut shipment. Advise quaUlr sftii-'ijiiniiiiiy QIH] deliver; can Ic made. BAUNDERS HAY 4 GRAJN CO. 1221 Second Avc. S. Phone 722 Announcement WE HAVE ENLARGED OUR STOHE AND WILL CARRY -THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE LINE OFFICE STATIONERY AND FURN1TUHE IN SOUTHERN ALBEflTA. WATCH FOR OUR ..SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT LATER. _ Everall Franks SINNOTT BLOCK FIFTH STREET 6. PHONE 1107 OEMOOHATB TRAILERS CULTIVATOH3 ViBIHDCR ENOKIEt PHONE A B'LU'S-tlPiE CAR DIG ALL GET-OUR .Sash Factory Mason Risch Limited Ralmonl Block Lfthbrldfl Viclrolai, Vlttoi' Vftf- Accordions, aheet and Afusrcal Merchandite. Mall Ord-rj Attention, GUARDING. TRAINS IN RUSSIA NOW Pclrogrart, Oct. ministry- of war liaa been sulliorlzcd lo provide nrmod guards tnr passenger hud freight trains. 51. Mvcrcakj-, the mln- Islcr of nnil cornninnlcallonii, iliavJne reporCeil anarchical cr.ntlltliins j on the railways. Thrj report Bljowed Hut atatlonii anil frclglit trains liad liedn ]oolccl passengers robbed. BORN. Mr. and Mra. II.-D. on Oct. 31sl, a son. LET'S 00 TONI.OH11 A iJg double nrrtgram' (or'the usual offered Ihn Errlpress rnlronn lonlghl nml.'lomo'r" row. Blllle Burke_ In "Olorla'3 ftoiv- and Kroncls Tf7''nu5fcniaii piirl Bcirerloy llama In 'The Ofcat atcrcl." Dn not rrAss ahotf. PrlcfB 15c and THE NEW Edison Store Qgi your'EdlVop NOW arid en- 'Jay Itt muilo during the Ir-ng Lirgcit of Edhon rec- 'ordi In the clly. Come slock. Ateinibola Music Co., Lid. "Everything 115 6th St. Lithhridgr Small Large 5ii- ...........'......'..j'.'. f1.2S Polly Prim Mo'pt Jar Polish Large Bolllel Me Bolllti 2Sc Imperial Quart Tina Half Qallon Tins J2.00 Imperial Oailor! TMe Also' LIQUID VEHEEB, Edc bol'.CJ. ,3url and Pcliy Prim FURNITURE-POLISH. All kind! of DRA33 -POLISH, SILVER POLtaH, KNIFE POLISH, STOVE POLISH 8TOVE PfPE VARNI3H, ANTl i: 306T DESTROYER WAX FLOOR 'WAX and all (hi (mall usually In first store. CONSUMERS' HARDWARE CO.