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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JtfB DEPT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALE HOTEL WINDSOR Best 5 a Day Hotel in Alberta Takes the "Ake" Out of Bake, Taylor Made MODEL BAKERY BREAD "Just like Mothor usod to make Ask Your'Grocer or Phone 1 175 and'the Rig Will Call N. j. Schweitzer, Prop. A Few More Bartiett Pears, Crawford Peaches and Transcendent Crab Apples for Preserving Bartlet, Pears, larae ,u, Transcentrab App... be shape for preserving, per box Crawford Peaches, not likely to be any this year, per case Oregon Prunes, very fancy, per crate of 4 baskets No. 1 Duchess Apples, foxy more cases to be sold at per case.. THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 525 Winnipeg, Sept. wheat closed Ic higher for October, %c. up for November. Itic higher for Decem- ber and Hie up for May. Oats were He lower for October and %c down for December. Barley was %c lower. dropped i.Vtc in October. 3lie in N'ovemher and STsc in December. Min- neapolis wheat was higher for September. up for December and up for May. Lack of important 'eatures in the world's news made the irade very dull and the market one of the quietest of the season. Prices scarcely moved quick enough for n scalping trade and spreaders also were discouraged. Hedging sales In the morning were taken up by some outside buying orders which may have been for export. The local men did little or nothing in either cash or fu- ture market. The increase in the vis- ible was against any rally which would have been natural. Wheat struck the high points at the opening and worked lower during the day. The cash trade was small. No. 1 Northern .Id at S cents over but No. 2 was not so good. Oats were In good de- mand. WINNIPEG CASH PRICES No 1 Nor...l57H No..2 Nor...151 No. 3 Nor...14534 4 Nor...136% No 5 Northern Feed Oats- No. 2 C. TV................... SOU No. 3 C.TV.................... Extra 1 Feed 49H Developing and Printing Films left before 4 p.m. are developed and the desired prints made by 4 p.m. the following day. SEND OR MAIL YOUR FILMS IN THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT" DALLAS'HOTEL. PHONE No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed No. 3 No. 4 Rejected and Feed..... Flax- No. 1 N. TV. C......... No. 2 C. W............ FUTURES Winnipeg Oct......... Dec......... May........ Oct......... Dec......... Oct......... Dec......... Minneapolis- Sent. Sept......... Dec......... May........ This Department is in charge of an expert. Each film is de- veloped to bring out the very best in it. All work finished the day after we receive it. Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention Tie Red Cross Drig Book Co., Limited PHONE 555. CITY AND DISTRICT Frank Veteran Home Among the veterans who readied Calgary-on-Saturday was Pte. Samuel Paton of Masonic Meeting The North Star Lodge No. 4, A. F. and A. will hold an emergent meet- tig tonight at S o'clock. Third degree. Past Masters in charge. Visiting bre- thren cordially invited. Macleod Men Wouncjed In today's list of wounded appear the names of two Macleod men, Fred- erick McCombe, who enlisted with the 51st, and Frank T. Higgins, also of the infantry. Demand J For Patriotic Fund The hon. treas. R. J. Ritchie Pater- son acknowledges the receipt of ?4.20 from Mrs. I. M. Hanson of Turin; ?1.20 from Mr. C. S. Maguire and from the Irrigation branch of the 0. F. R., for the Patriotic fund. Rally Sunday "vviisiey Biuie School are planning a big day for next Sunday. It is their annual Rally Day and an original pro- gram will be presented allowing the progress of Sunday School work throughout the world. It is really EXCEPTIONALLY good Flour Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Limited JOHN GIUORE'S QUAKER BREAD WE EAT TO LIVE. WHY PUT UP WITH POOR BREAD WHEN YOU CAN GET THE VERY BEST FOR THE SAME MONEY. QUAKER BREAD IS THE' MOST NUTRITIOUS AND WHOLESOME BREAD MADE IN THE CITY. NO HOME- MADE BREAD CAN POSSIBLY BE AS GOOD 146m 148 48% 47% 1S9 188% 159% 148% 148% 48% 86 SI 74 184% 151% 146% i 147% j 49% i I 187% 159% 143 148% 149% The LOCAL MAEKETS Grain Livestock Prices Vftijon Prices .TVheat .38 .150 .68 Track prices Wheat .....189% Oats ........41% uats Flax .......171% Fla? Barley 74 Barley LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, to cows 15.0 to 200 Ins., 19% Sheep, choice killinz ewes. 7 cants. ANNOUNCEMENT THE RBBBKAHS are holding a Ba- zaar on Saturday, November 18. 236-1 Preliminary notice 61 Auction Sale. Frank Wuddington is favored with from Mrs. 3. TV. Bart- iett, to aeil an. assemblage of form lure at her "tu ATS. S., by auction on Saturday next, Sent. 23rd at 2 p.m. Furtlier particulars will be given in a later advt. 23iM For the Woman Who Cares! SHAMPOOING AND HAIR DRESSING, MASSAGING, CHILDREN'S HAIR BOBBING AND MANICURING., ALL KINDS OF HAIR WORK .DONE. "THE LADIES' GOMFOIiT BOOMS" TELEPHONE 1710. HULL BLOCK BATHING COSTUMES SHOCK GENERAL HAIG Paris, Sept. by _ the fkm-tight bathing costumes worn by French women, tne British'Command- er-in-chief has ordered the military 'SoHce of. Boulogne to serve the ot- Iti'dlng bttbers'with" Bummons when they emerge from their cabins. A warning has been posted declaring that the costumes must be two-piece garbs, with high necks, and reaching knee. .'An exception is made, however, in favor of English who are permitted to wear black skin- tight costumes. RALLY of a baby becomes chafed and coarse with the use of cheaply perfumed soaps. This is why we always recom- mend HARMONY OLIYE-OIL CASTILE, SOAP (unscented) For baby use exclusively 2-Cakes for 2ac- J. D. Higinboiham Co. "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists." The Wholesalo retail TELEPHONE NO. .322 More Land Seekers E. Thornton and A. Dilloy of the C- P. R. land department are in the city today with another big party of land seekers from across the line. The party is more than pleased with it has seen of Southern Albera, some of lie members stating that the crops are the best they have evejr seen in their lives. Death of Mrs. R. S. Hodson News was received in the city on Saturday of the death of Mrs. R. Swift Hodson at Maple Creek. The deceased had been ill for some time with cer and had been in New York for several months taking treatment. Mr. Hodson was the traveller for the Wood-Vallance Hardware Co. in this district and had his headquarters in this city for-a-number of years. He and his wife left here about four years ago and went to Maple Mr. Hodson bought a hanlwardybusi- ness. Mrs. Hodson who, before her marriage was Miss Hortop, was for 13 years the superintendent of the Bran- don hospital. Forum nge. Wearsproudof this outstanding example of Gurncy-Oxford skill. Complete witr six 9' covers, 20' oven, riaht hand reservoir, warming claset as shown, F.O.b. Winnipeg. OUR GUARANTEE' of 100 days trial for satisfaction, or your money baclt, and the Gurncy-Oxford reputation, are your complete protec- tion. Come in and seejlhis and other before you BD MR. PEACOCK'S REPLY Editor Lthbridge Herald: would deem it a pleasure if j you would kindly insert in your nest j issue the Tallowing: j In your issue pi the 16th inst.'I no- sticed a reply to myself re our letter of the nth in which my bosom friend, Mr. Tullock, a very active mem- tf her of the Salvation "Xrmy and an em- ployee at Gait mine No. 6, says that he knows nothing of what I refer to. Our friend Mr. Tullock says that he i never destroyed any" df the''notices I that the writer put up calling mem- bers of our local union to meetings. ish to ask the readers of your ier if I ever called our frlen'd, Mr. iHpck'3 name out; as a matter of fact Mr. Tullock has made a mistake' it appears to me, by calling out his own name. I wish to say right here and now, that at any time when the necessity arises: where any person or persons interfere or try to disrupt our organi- ed here. Last year the Ellison mining zaticni in any wayj siiapc Or form, I Co. doubled the capacity of its. mill or' any' member of our organization, call out the guilty or per- coupie.ofUoris without tear. I also wish to say Lethbridge continues to 'grow in im- portance ,as a milling centre and the growth is all from the mills establish- Last year the Ellison Milling Gas Heaters, all sizes to HAYR HARDWARE CO. Phone 575 P.O. Box 275 Shampoo your -'head with Rexall 03" Shampoo only by The Rexall TJrug Stores. J. D Higmbotha'm Oo, Limited. Drug- gists ertisement Wesley Bible School NEXT SUNDAY Sept. 24th Theme: Winning Generation. Come and get an uplift and a new vilion for your Christian life. here and has since been capacity. Within theist weeks the company has uouDiea its capacity of its elevator here, and can f to the-statement our letter auotcd about some person being far from a good Salvation Army man now store bushels of wheat. I am rather inclined to. think that the "Business is crowing" said Man- statement was made to show the das- "and Have plans under tardly principle of any man that would way whereby we will Increase our commit such-an oltence. elevator capacity at the central mill 1 to say, that our local unto here to bushels." Whether this not opening ui> any controversy w.tl "means another enlargement to the. ca- pacity of the millMr. Green did not say. The company within the past couple of months has also added greatly to its scope by buying the line of eleva-( tors of the Taylor Milling and Bleva-i tor Co., giving them now an elevator i in practically every town within radius of 50 miles of Lethbridge, The Taylor Milling Co. will in future con- fine itself more closely to the'milling business. BIRTH Mr. and Mrs. 3, >V. Blezard, of Seven Persons and'Loth- bridge, on Sept. 17th, a daughter.f DIED Maple Creek, iSask., Sept. 16th, ot cancer after-a lingering Illness, Charlotte Amelia Hortop, aged 38, the beloved wife of Rohert Swift Hodson. Mr. Tullock or the Salvation Army, our troubles are purely "material." Yours truly, CHAS. PEACOCK. Secy.-Treas., U. M. W. of A, L.U. 574. 50 COAL MINERS WANTED AT ONCE Chinook Coal Co COMMERCE, ALTA. A box of Paim Qlive Face or a jar of Palm Cream with three cakes of Palm Olive Soap S Ninety cents worth for the sum of 50c. We will also .give with each shaving stick at 25c, 1 cake of Palm Olive Soap .FREE THE SUPPLY IS LIMITED Get'busy Phone Number 722 Frank lietiley Drill Co. LETHBRIDGE Mrs. Elizatbetll Cliarteris, widow of the late C. G. Chaneris, who Chatham's second mayor, and county treasurer from 1857 to 1887. died at tuo home of her daughter, Mrs. (Dr.) .1. TV. Mustard, Chatham, at the age of S3 years. f Unequalled facilities for secur- ing reliable information regard- ing Grain. Frequent quotations. All markets. You are invited to malio free use of.this service. Ask for bids on ycur carlots of grain. Private wires to New York, Chi- cago, Minneapolis, Winnipeg. Bairtl Bctterell, Union Bank Building, ARCHIE. E. REESOR, Hgr. Phone 1599. STRONG DOWLER GR.AIN and Commission Merchants Our entire f.t your service nnd with our exper- ience, wo cnu safely guarantee to set you the best prices for your grain at. any time and for tiny grade or Ulr.d of grain. Phone M 1922.Caljary V For: Office 1865 Lethbridge Quota- 1S11 L5thbrldse) tions. Sirs Our Arjonls who are In your district. J. A. GUMMING 't-ethbridgc Manager ;