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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta RINTING HERALD JOB DEPT. DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best 5 a Day Hotel in Alberta Light and Airy, As if Baked by a Fairy, 'Bread' from Taylor Made Veru Special on Green Preserving Plums ik ht oricc a tialitv excellent. .This is a very special price Price per case THE GOOD CO. HIGH.CLASS GROCERIES EAT SCHWEITZERg ITS ALWAYS GOOD Ask your or phone 1175 and the "will call. N Developing and Printing Films left before 4 p.m. are developed and the desired prints made by 4 p.m. the following d THE KENNY ALLIN 'CO., Ltd, NEXT DALLAS MOTEL. Winnipes. Man.. Sept. peg wheat closed cents lower for October 2c down for December and May November closed at Oats' were unchanged for October and lower for December. Barley droppeu IV.c. Flax was ijc up for October, lie lower for November and lower for December. .Minneapolis wheat closed 2Sc down tor low-1 er for December and 2V4c poorer for Small professional trade sent wheat lower today. The exporters were out of the market. The price got the! support of few commission houses for the local crowd were all on the bear side, yet there was so little wheat of- fered that it was hard to break the prices. The hedging was all done m the morning. FUTURES Winnipeg Open Close "a Dec. Octa f........... 49% 49% JDec............. Oof- 191% 191% 151 Minneapolis Wheat 161% Chicago Wheat FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Geo. E. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR-STAFFORD BLOCK At K. P. Hall Every .TUESDAY AND SATURDAY Best floor and best music Dancing from 8.30 to 12 p.m. Admission: Gentlemen, 50c; Ladies Free. Everybody Welcome This Department is in charge of an expert. Each film Is de- veloped to bring out the very best in it. t All work finished the day after we receive'it. Y Mail Orders Beceivc Prompt Attention Tke Red Cross Drig Book Co., Limited 148% 147% 147% 14S Winnipeg Cash Prices No. a Nor.. 156% No. 4 Nor. No. 5 Nor... 135% No.. 6 Max .......1T4S Jarley union has been killed in action. He second son Rev. Dr. Butler. Woman Who Gares! SHAMPOOING AND KAIR DRESSING, MASSAGING, CHILDREN'S HAIR BOBBING AND MANICURING. "ALL KINDS-OF HAIR WORK DONE. "THE L COMFORT BOOMS" TELEPHONE 1710.' HULL BLOCK AUCTION SALE OF Household Furniture On Monday, Sept. 18th AT 646 12TH ST. SOUTH COMMENCING AT 2 P. M. SHARP LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Wheat "Oats Flax Barley l Prices .134 38 .150 58 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steer o-i to 6'i fat cows i50 to 200 Ibs Sheep, choice killing ewes. 1 cents. W. L. WILSON, AUCTIONEER IS FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE OWNER TO SELL THE FOLLOWING: I Mahogany settee upholstered, in silk, 1 mahogany corner chair, 1 mahogan? music cabinet with bevel plate glass mirror 1 mahog- any centre table, oval shape, 1 wicker rocker, 1 Morris chair 1 >el- vfet pi" rug size 3 x 3, 1 floor pedestal, 2 oak jardiniere stands, seVerafcenfre tables of different oak rockers 4 pair portieres, 1mission oak extension table with pedestal, odd diners 1 massive bed with Ostermoor mattress and wire iron beds with coil spring and mattress, 1 7 drawer drop-head Singer sewing machine 1 mahogany chiffonier with bevel plate glass mirror, carpet square, 1 fall leaf table, 1 kitchen cup- hoard i hall mirror, 1 electric iron, 1 set of scales (240 1 felncerator lined with while tile, 1 combination hand and foot wash- inTS'ne fanc> China, several very choice cushions quantity of beddinTlace curtains, roller blinds. 1 6-hole range with hot water connections and high closet, 1 3-bnrrier oil stovj; ly new, 2 Ire cream freezers, linoleum, utensils, etc. 00008 ON VIEW SATURDAY FROM 2 TILL 5 9. M. SALE ON MONDAY Termt Auctioneer's Office 403 5th St. 8., Phone 1MS and 1023. DO YOU BURN COAL? The Grace Coal Mine is now prepared to take care of all orders: PHONE 12SO The quality is the belt Delivered, ton At mine 3.25 ton IN TWO TON LOADS A Service for People Who Care Travel the Donaldion Way ngo Mor'real Cassandra Sept 26 Afhenia Oct 17 Saturnia Oct 2j Cassandra Oct 31 Tickets and other information from any railroad or steamship "DONALDSON LINE H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg 449 Mam St Ph M 5312 Vancouver BO a31 Granville St. Beaumarten Olive Oil Is bottled in Southern France; anci is the pur- est oil obtainable! i oz. bottle; 3 8 oz. bottle 16 oz. bottle Iqt. can 35c fiOc ijSl.OC J. D. Higinbolham Co. Limited "Albtrtrt Pioneer The Wholesale and retail chemisti TELEPHONE NO. 322 M1 L K! CITY AND DISTRICT Evening Series of Sermons "Chambers of Imag- and "Thanksgiv- ing" are the subjects to be discussed the nest four Sunday evenings begin- niiig with tomorrow night, in Wesley church by Rev. Mr. Cobbledick. Join Gordon Highlanders .Macleod Spectator: Capt. Colin Mac- leodi who has been spending several days 'ill Macleod. has left for Calgary. Capt. Macleod informed the Spectator that he will shortly bo leaving for the Old Counry, as he has. been drafted in- o the Gordon Highlanders. Case Adjourned The case of Royal Bank vs Pilling, vhich was adjourned at the spring civil sittings of the Supreme Court came before Mr. 'Justice Ivcs this morning, but owing to the failure of Capt. Aitken. former manager of the Royal Bank branch here, to appear, he" case was again adjourned to be leard in Calgary next Friday. Another Soldier Returns Another returned soldier has arriv- ed in Lethbridge in the person of Pte. W J Rutledge, a member of the Fight- ing Tenth. Pte. Riltledgo arrived on Thursday (night, having come across with the party of 500 Canadians landed at Halifax about 10- days ago. Before enlisting he was a C. P. R. trainman, but he .did not enlist from Lethbridge. Praise For Parks A. Burslem of Toronto, who is in the city today, was walking throuRii Gait Gardens this morning, when he met Supt. Mitchell' of the Parks de- partment. Mr. Burslem told Mr. Mit- chell that Gait Gardens, in spite, of the fact that it had passed through two night with Jack Frost. isUhe finest park he has seen since leaving Toron- to and that it is looked after better than any park in Canada. It remind- ed the visitor, he said, of Alexandra "ark 'Manchester- Bng- with the ex- ception that'll lacks the fountain in the centre. It is not a matter of luck v Good' Bread is the result of using Good Flour and of skilful baking. i Good Flour is Essential, and makes Baking Easier OUR BEST is EXCEPTION- ALLY Good Flour Ellison Milling Elevator Co QUAKER BREAD IS BREAD. QUITE TRUE. BUT THERE ARE AS MANY DIFFERENT KINDS AND QUALITIES OF BREAD AS THERE IS PEOPLE MAK- ING IT. QUAKER BREAD IS_: ONLY ONE QUALITY AND THAT IS THE BEST. TRY A LOAF AND PROVE IT. IWILK AMD DELIVERED CREAM CAILY> 'Trainmaster Transferred William Alnsley, who has been train- master here for the western end of the Lethbridge division since the wr- mation of the division in 1914. has been transferred to a similar position at Assiniboia on the Lethbridge-Wey- burn line, to take the place of W. R. i Boucher, who has been promoted to be superintendent of the Kenora divi- I sion. Mr. Ainsley is well known in Lethbridge, although he has maintain- ed his residence in Macleod while he has been working here. The best wish- es of the people of Lethhridge go with him to his new sphere of labor. COALDALE fFrom Oiir Own Correspondent) Coaldale, Sept. and Mrs. Fred Norton left last night for Roches- ter Minn., where Mr. Norton will un- dergo an operation at the Mayo bos- I1" Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. A. Mitchell entertained thirty-young peo- ple in honor of their son Jim who is in the Kilties and who is returning to Sarcee camp today. Little Miss Dixie Bagman is spend- ing a few weeks with Mrs. Haley while her mother is in Gait Hospital, Leth- bridge. BEYOND question the finest stove value in Canada to-day. Only the r-sources of the great Gurncy-Oxford foundries arc. equal to the task of giving it toyou at the new low price. High grade construction, a wonderful oven and a life- time of splendid baking results arc yours in the Golden Nuggett s'.ecl range. Weareproud of hand reservoir, closet as shown. J'.y.U- rr OUR GUARANTEE' of 100 days trial (or satisfaction, or your money back, and the Gurney-Oxfprd reputation, are your complete protec- tion Came In ana see this ana qmci splendid money-savinfl Gumcy-Oxfords teforc you buy. 8D Gas Heater s, all sizes to HAYR HARDWARE CO. P.O. Box 275 BABY'S MILK Milk suppMci from Individual cows tlwi have the tubercular test by the ment ICE CREAM Old Lethbridge Creamery's Stand. Socials, parties, "etc. our spec- ialty. Give us a trial you will not be disappointed. EDGEH1LL DAIRY Phone 1524 NOTICE! Will Jtook a the person load of lumber DICKEN'S GRANDSON KILLED London, Sept. OC1IL. Charles Dickens, grandson of .Charles Dickens, was killed in France VICTORIA CROSS FOR YOUNG CORNWALL London, Sept. echo of the Jutland naval battle at the end ot May is found. in the announcement of the Ofticial Gazette today of the I bestowal of three. 'Victoria Crosses I two of them posthumous, on partici- pants in the battle. One of those I named is a 16-year-old boy, John Tra ivers Cornwall, who, though, niortalli l-ivounded early in.the nattlo'remainec I at his post until the action ended I and then died. He has become1 a pop liter :hero The other two names are those ot the Hon..Edward Hingham, now a prisoner of the Germans, whose j ship was sunk beneath him; and Maj- or Francis Harvey of the Marine Corps, who, although mortally wound- ed, saved his ship from sinking by j flooding the magazine, and then died, at -'hia post. Idmiral Jellicoe, himself, receives the Order of Merit. .To Vice-Admiral; 'Sir David. Beatty, wlio commanded' I the battle' cruiser squaOron, is award- CedripJed, Cross of the Order of. day. from my building, corner of 3rd'Are. and 6th St. in mistake in response to an" ad. in the Herald please return same as it is valuable to me. W. A. Wemier-Hassett .CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all friends for their kindness anj sympathy in our sad bereavement, also for the man> beautiful floral tributes. Jlrs. W. Whitney and family. BUSINRSS LOCALS The Ancient Order of Foresters will hold their'meeting in the Oddfellows' Hall on Monday, Sept. loth. All mem- berg, are requestedfto the Bath. Rear Admirals Evan Thomas' and Hakenham are made Knights Commanders of the Order of the Bath, M honor which Is conferred posthum- ously' oii--Rear-Admirals Arbtlthuot and HoSd, both of whom were killed In sales of Ndblemcn Cigars have more than trebled' during the: past you tried one RECOVERS SPEECH DURING DREAM Ixjndon, Sept. Sergt. Hervey, a Canadian, lying at Bagthorpe military hospital, has recovered his speech jitter Seven wecW, He was invited to see movie picturcl depicting .the blow- ins uri-of a similar exper- ience deprived htm ot his speech. He says" he dreamt of the pictures the night following and woke suddenly found returned, Phone 575 The British Empire and Ogilvie's Royal Household Flour I WESTERN MERCANTILE CO., 8AM SADOW3KI, PROP. DISTRIBUTOR IN LETHBRIDGF I ;