Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta Takes the "Ake" Out of Bake, Taylor Made PLUMS FOR PRESERVING Two very good varieties. We got a esataveiTlow price. All in flue condition. The k oond are a small red plum, -vreel and .ImoHt like a Danuwn. The Itrndsliitw are a arge red with a 1 me ilavor. BLACK DIAMONDS, per case BKAPSHAWS. per 4 "basket cralc ._. al.ZU CKAB AP- BARTLETT PEARS, large lug boxes, per box 53.25 TRANSCENDANT CRAB APPLES, -10 Ib. cases, per case GREEN TOMATOES, per Ib................. 4o Blbcrta's, per case S OREGON PRUNES, 4 bus. crates, per crate DUCHESS APPLES, No. Is, these are almost all sold, per case FREE! To everyone buying OT jar of Palmolive Vanl Pilmolltre Soap FREE CITY AND DISTRICT ,90c WORTH FOR 50c THE KENNY ALLIN CO, Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. For the Woman Who Cares I SHAMPOOING AND HAIR DRESSING, MASSAGING, CHILDREN'S HAIR BOBBING AND MANICURING. ALL KINDS OF HAIR WORK DONE. "THE LADIES'COMFORT ROOMS" TELEPHONE 1710. ROOM BLOCK URRAY'S Winnipeg, Sept. market! was again a small affair but not as, featureless as on Monday. Lower cables, perfect weather and heavier' receipts helped in the morning, but the report that a cargo of Argentine had been worked at New York and more offered, rallied the market. Later the fact that the Greek govern- j ment took this, and also the rumor that a big export business had been done, shied the shorts to cover. Wheat i took new life'and went up nearly 3: cents in a short time afterward. The local exporters did nothing and report i that this market is too small and- ir-i j regular to do any steady business. The i feature of our market was the baying 1 of future oats. One of the local com-1 mission houses took big chunks of all i months, presumably hedging on east- :.ern demand. Oats saw the biggest trade for some time. Cash wheat was only fair with pre- miums easier in some grades. Oats [were in good demand with premiums from unchanged to cent hettqr. Barley was Winnipeg Cash' Prices ANNOUNCEMENT We-have discontinued our "business on.6th St. and have-taken over the management of the Dining Room at the Dallas Hotel has "been closed for some time. "We will conduct this dining room along the'same lines as were followed on 6th St., ana will serve our own- Home Cooking We serve a special three-course Lunch and Dinner at 35c NONE BUT WHITE PEOPLE EMPLOYED 1 OPEN FOE BUSINESS TOMORROW (WED.) MORNING .154 .14814 .121 102 1 Nor...157 No. 2 Nor., fo. 3 Nor...152 No. 4 Nor., lo. 5 Nor...l3S No. S Nor.. 'eed fo. 2 C. W.................. No. 3 C. W..............------ Extra 1 Feed No. 1 Feed o. 2 -Feed Barley- No. 3 4 Rejected and Feed 73 Flax- No. 1 N. W. C............... o C. W................ FUTURES "Wianlpeg Oct. Dec............. 145JB May 0ct 49% Dec. Oct Dec....... 1S7% Minneapolis- Sept....... Sept. 143 Dec............. May......... 3'Cakes Palm 01ivevSoap Who Know Demand is really EXCEPTIONALLY good Flour Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Limited With each jar of Palm Olive Cream or box of Palm Olive Face Powder, 90c for 50c. 3 Cakes Soap Palm Olive Cream Total Special sale price 50c For Men 1 Cake of Palm Olive FREE a stick of Olive Sharing Soap at Tke Red Cross Drag Bsok Go., Limited "PHONE sss. Soap Palm Goes to California C. Marlnuro left last night to spend a month in California. Subscribes to War Loan Klugene Costo, president ot the Can- adian Western Natural Gas Co., has subscribed to the Canadian war loan.-------------- At the Dallas Now "Murrays" cafe has moved from IHh street to the Dallas hotel where the dining room will be opened tomorrow morning under the .same management. Confer Initiatory Degree v Viaduct Lodge I.O.O.P. will confer the initiatory degree tonight at the Oddfellows' hall. All members are asKed to be present. Sells Business S T Hurst, undertaker, has sold Us business to 3. D. McKay of Cross- field. McKay takes possession on October 1st, but Mr. Hurst will re- main in .charge of. the business for that month. Clifford Reilly Injured Lieut. Clifford Reilly, Liberal candi- date for the house of commons in East Calgary, is suffering from a compound fracture wound of the left hand, ac- cording to information received from the front by his wife. S6V 80 180 186 147% SO i I 101% 'i45Vi j 149% MONDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES 55.75 to 56.70: feeders 55.90 to 25 heifers to S5.70; wethers 57.50 to 58.50; hogs to SH.2S. 56-00 to cows S3.50 to ?9.35; hogs 57 to 511.50 I sheep'53.80 to 510.00. LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Tender Skin of a baby becomes chafed and coarse with the use of cheaply perfumed soaps. ..This we always recom- mend HARMONY OLIVE-OIL CASTILE, SOAP (unscentad) s For baby uce exclusively 2 Cake's for 25c j. D. Hipbolhara Co. "Alberta's Pioneer .Druggists." Start QUAKER BREAD IS MIXEDJN A MACHINE 440 LOAVES AT A TIME, A MACHINE THAT IS NEVER TIRED OR OUT OF' SORTS, A MACHINE THAT NEVER SAYS, "OH, THAT IS GOOD ENOUGH." THE RE- SULT IS THAT EVERY BATCH IS ALWAYS THE SAME. Track prices 'Price: ftfl Sit' "IS Wholesale ar..H "etail cl-emiitj TELEPHONE .NO. 322 TOT....... 9gT..... LIVESTOCK PRlCfS Choice steers, 5% to lat cows to Select hogs, 150. to 200 ibs., 10'A t Sheep, choice killinE ewes. 7 cants. Distributed Irish Confetti On Saturday evening the police had hurry-up call to the Commercial Cafe on Filth Street where J. H. Bar- ton was creating a .disturbance. In court yesterday Chief Hardy inform- ed Magistrate Elton that Barton was distributing "Irish confetti." His Experienced Men Two widely experienced grocers have been engaged by the Good Co. H G Stearns with experience in Iowa ami Alberta'aad Archie McMurchie, a grocer for 15 years in Scotland ana at Pattersons, Winnipeg. Both men are now on the staff. Opens Branch Office Tile United Grain Producers, whose heafl office is here, has opened up a Branch office in Medicine Hat with F II Ginther in charge. D. E1. Har- ris returned Saturday after complet- ing the transaction. .Will Keep Them Busy Grace are oa their way home. Com. Mayor Hardie and Commissioner Freeman received word this morning that the two "strays" were leaving at noon today from Minneapolis for their own home town anil would arrive to- morrow. Tiie vice-mayor says he has a stack of business a mile higll for the flrst meeting after the return ot the prodigals. j Home on Leave Lieut T C. Findlay, who went over- seas with the first draft of Hie 30th battery, is at Ills home in Toronto on two months' leave. He was wound_- i eii some time ago when a piece ot bomb struck him in the right foot and put him out of business. For a long time he hail to use crutches, but he is noiv able to disu'ease wMi them and uses a cane only. Judge's Son Injured Lieut. Leigh A. Walsh son of J.udge of the supreme court, has been reported admitted to No. 7 stationary hoapital, Boulogne, suffering from a gunshot wound in the forearm and idlest." He was a law student will Clarke, Carson JIcLeod, at Calgary, for two years and received his Pre- liminary education at the Western Canada college. BEYOND question the finest stove vduc in Canada to-day. Only the resources of the great foundries are equal to the task of giving -it to you at the riejy low pries. High grade construction, z wonderful oven and alife- tlme of splendid baking results are yours In the Golden Nuggett sicel range. We are proud of this outstanding example oi.Gurncy-Osfoid.sli: closet as .shown, Winnipeg. OUR "GUARANTEE of 100 days trial for satisfaction, or your money and the Gtirncy-Oxford reputation; ore your complete protec- tion. Come in and sec this ami olhsr splendid money-saving before you buy. r- 8DW Gas Heaters, all sizes to HAYR HARDWARE CO. Phone 575 P. O, Box 275 WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 782 Mr. Blair Leaves Raymond Wm. Blair, formerly with the J. D. Higinbotham Co. here, has sold his distributing "Irish confetti." His wor-1 Raymond biisir.ess to Ira C. Fletcher, ship looked blank until the chief held and Douglas Fowler, of Magrath, and up a brick by way of explanation. Bar-] will locate in High River. The Ilay-. Change Liquidators His lordship, Mr. Justice Ives, grant- ed an order at Calgary removing Dr. OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE 1484. SMITH, MURPHY CO. GRAIN HI HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. Write er phone our expense If you have to handle. W. an awure you the best price the market will stand and give you; eetirteauf Mi-vice and prompt returns. LITHBRIDGE BUIUDINC. i N. T. MANAGER. T H. Blow as permanent licfuidator of the Alberta Loan i Guarantee company and appointed .the Trusts Guarantee company in his stead is permanent liquidator. K. B. Bennett K. C., M.P., made..the application on behalf of a number' qf the ._.. fined ?5 and .costs on the charge. Red Cross Got Recruit Pte. Shippobotliam of the Field Am- bulance Corps, and a veteran of this war, is in tile ciiy from the camp' at Calgary, returner! last night with a recruit secured here. He was over at the depot Sunday evening seeing the ,'GERMANS YIEUO FURTJIER GROUND Berlin, via London, Sept. 19 Germans yielded further ground on the Somoe front and In the .Verdun sector the war office announcfld today Will lUtaLG Ml Jllfell iv. mond Leader says of Mr, Blair: Since comin- to Raymond he lias made a wide circle of friends who are very. sorry to see him depart. Mr. Blair was always a live, energetic citizen. and a loyal booster for Raymond, a oya can ill-afford to lose such men. Mrs. Blair, too, has many friends who will can her pleasant society. Kilties departure when a young man j f came up to him saying he wanted to j enlist. Eugene U. Grust, of Pittsburg) was the r.ame and he said he had been looking for a chance to join tiie uinuumuce corjXi for two or three I days; Tho Jied Cross on Pte. SMppo- botham's arm was the sign he had looking lor. F. W Downer 1ml arranged to take on recruits for the o Field Ambulance Corps and prospec- t. live recruits may see him at his of- fice in the Victoria Mansions, "The naien of Noblemen Cigars e 1 moie than trebled during the pasl i months. Have you tried one j 50 COAL MINERS WANTED AT ONCE Chinoek Coal to. COMMERCE, ALTA. in Any Position We arc in close connection with ex- port trade and by dealing us you save several middle- men's profits. United Grain Producers, Ltd, TEMPORARY OFFICES: ROOM .1, MACDONALD BLOCK MILK! KII-K AND SETH LOW DEAD New YorkT Ser1 'l publicist nnd former major, died terday, aijcil.. 66.: CREAM DAItY. BABY'S MILK Milk suppliei from Individual have passed too tubercular test by the govern- ment vaieriiiarlaa. i ICECREAM Old Lethbridge Creamery't .Stand. Sociallt. parties, etc. our spec- ialty. Give us a trial you will no' be disappointed. Phone 1S24 801 7lh.St, S. ANNOUNCEMENT 'Mrs A Arnold is holding a thimble tea from 3 lo. (i and a wctol in the .......------n Tbiu-idin at her home, "fjorth m aid of tho annual sale of work the Hdlos o[ bt church.