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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best 1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta Takes the "Ake" Out of Bake, Taylor Made FREE! everyone buying one box of Palmolive Face Powder at 5Qc, or one jar of Paimoltve Vanishing Cream at SOc, we will give 3 cakes of Palmoiive Soap FREE .90c WORTH FOR SOc _. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. For the Woman Who Cares SHAMPOOING AND HAIR DRESSING, MASSAGING, CHILDREN'S HAIR BOBBING AND MANICURING. ALL KINDS OF HAIR WORK DONE. "THE LADIES' COMFORT EOOMS" TELEPHONE.1710. ROOM 1, HULL BLOCK TURKS PERMIT SHIPMENT OF FOOD SUPPLIES Sept, Turkish government in a communication re- ceived today at the stats department consents .to the shipment of relief supplies from tho United States to famine sufferers in Syria. The action reverses the previous at- titude of Turkish officials xvho had refused two urgent pleas by the de- partment for tie privilege to make such shipments. MENTIONED FOR THE BENCH Ottawa, Sept. Government during the next few days will appoint a successor to the late Mr. Justice Garrow on the Ontario Bench. names under consideration arc be- lieved to be those of R. A. Pringle, K. C., of Ottawa, ex-lf.P. for Corn- wall; W. B. .Nprthrup, MJ.; Prank K. C., of Toronto and A. C. Boyce, M.P. It is not regarded as probable that the office will go to a member of the House Willis Pianos MakeHreat Hit at Toronto Exhibition (EXTRACT FROM THE TORONTO DAILY NEWS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, Dukeof Connaught Uses Willis Pianos DUKE USES WILLIS.. PIANO Splendid Exhibit- in the Manufactur- Building. His Royal Highness the Duke of Connaught and-Strathearn, J-who: is favoring the with his distinguished presence today, is a lover of music, and his': home at Rideau Hall. Ottawa, is supplied with Willis pianos. This is a tribute to the worth ment. The popularity.; of--the-.Willis piano is'based on-ita merit. Wherever the instrument Is in use it makes friends. The of the .Willis Company; has increased; in a; most encouraging manner in' the Domin- ion. For considerable more -than half a century Willis" pianos have, been widely known throughout Can- ada. World's public inotitutions and musicians in thou- sands of homes hare favored the in Etniments with unstinted praise. A splendid exhibit in the "Ma'nufac- turers' Building displayV the various styles of Willis pianos to excellent advantage, and has elicited admir- tiou from host of visitors.; 'A fig- ured walnut in satin finish style R, is a pev'yjt piano.' It is small, but has a beautiful tone, and has estab- lished itself as a favorite. Another popular instrument is ;i fcandsomc style A Louis XV. In figured v.-alhut satin finish.- The extensive ex- hibit also includes a Knabe Mignon- ette Grand of unusual and a number of player pianos .with metal fictions that have no' superior. Willis Piano Showrooms Bawden Bros. Stoi'e HULL BLOCK, THIRD AVENUE.3., LETHBRIDGE H. C. Salmon Manager Oregon Prune Plums and No. 1 Duchess Apples TW6 LINES WE ARE MAKING A SPECIAL PRICE ON WHILE THEY LAST NO. t DUCHESS APPLES, per cast1 OREGON PRUNES, 4 basket cnito ___.-----....... THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Xo. 1 Nor.. .158% Nor.. .155% No. 3 Nor.. .153% No. 4 Nor.. .147T4 No. 5 Nor...lS9% No. S Nor... 124% No. 2 C. W.................- No. 3 C. W................. Extra 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed Barley- No. 3 No. Rejected and Feed Flax- No. 1 X. W. C............... No.' 2 C. W.................. FUTURES Winnipeg wheat: October........... 152-% December......... Mav.............. 150% Ositsi October 4SU October December 1S9M; Minneapolis: September.......... Chicago: September......... lo'1 December......... 150H May............ 151 611i 50% 191 1SS 133% H89s 148S 50% IMS 119K TUESDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES Calgary; Steers 85.75 to feed- ers ?5.90 to SG.25; heifers. to ?5.70; wethers, to hogs, 511.25. Chicago: Steers S6 to cows, to 59.25; bogs. to 511-50; sheep, 13.80 to 510.90. LOCAL MARKETS Groin Livestock Prices 3 Cakes Palm Olive Soap With each jar of Palm Olive Cream or box.of Palm 'Olive Face Powder, 90c ,for 50c. 3 Cakes Soap............ 4Qc Palm Olive Cream 50c Total................ 90c Special sale price 50c ForJIen 1 Cake of Palm Olive Soap FREE with a stick of Palm Olive Shaving Soap The Red Cross Dreg Book Co., United PHONE 555.'. Track prices Wheat ..A. 140% Oats Fras 175 Barley Wacon Prices Wheat Oats" _____ i Flax Barley .136 38 161 62 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 6% to fiU; fat cows to Select hogs, 150 to 200 Iba., 10% Sheep, choice killinfr ewes. 7 coats. DIE IN EACH OTHER'S ARMS Two Welshmen, at the; British Front London, Sept. death of two brothers In each other's arms, at the front is related iu private despatches. They were Private Henry Hardwidge, of Ferndale, Rhond- da .-itey, both members of a-Welsh regiment. An. officer writes: "The eldest Tom, was hit by a sniper's bullet and lay in the open under a scorching sun when Henry i at the risk of his to him with a 'pail of drinking water. Just as he reached him and as he was offering the water a sniper shot him. Re clasped his brother as the latter, rose o take the .water and they did in arms." The Tender Skin of a baby becomes chafed and coarse with the use of cheaply perfumed soaps. This is why we always recom- mend HARMONS OLIVE-OIL CASTILE, SOAP (unscented) .For baby use exclusively 2 Cakes for 25c J. D. Higiubptbam Co. Pioneer Tte Start Wholesale and retail ohemlBtl i TELEPHONE NO. 322 Sanitary Inspector Vnllance lias re- turned from Edmonton where he has spent the last three in the provincial government laboratories, taking: a course In bacteriological alysis "with a view of1 fitting himself to make, tests 01 milk and water sup- plies right here, wilhoin. (lie delays caused by having to .samples to Edmonton. Mr. Vallance's action was taken on the suggestion of Dr. Jamie- son, of tthe provincial" health depart- ment, whu said tost spring that the city should prepare a man to under- take such work on the ground, and that a three months' coarse would he sufficient. Jlr. Vallance states that it will be necessary for the city to lit up a laboratory, the equipment of which will cost about S500, and that when this is done he will he able to make regular tests so that contamina- tion of milk and water supplies may be detected without delays. Demand It is really EXCEPTIONALLY good Flour Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Limited CITY ANI> DISTRICT Back from Peace River Hon. A. J. ilcLean, was in the city today. He has just returned from a trip to the Peace River country. Inspector Here .George H. Cloakey, ranch inspector 1'or Southern Alberta was in the city yesterday on a imir of tlie south. v JOHN GIliORE'S QUAKER BREAD IS ALLOW- ED TO RISE JUST THE RIGHT TIME. WE HAVE NO DINNERS TO GET OR COM- PANY COMING OR CAKES TO BAKE TO INTERFERE WITH THE REGULAR WORKING OF OUR DOUGHS. THE RESULT IS THAT QUAKER BREAD IS ALWAYS THE SAME. Subscribe to Loan Iu addition to the list of local sub- scriptions to the Canadian war loan published in llonday's Herald, there are subscriptions received through the British Canadian Trust Co., amount- ing to Mr. Robinson, man- ager of the company, believes that amount 'will ha considerably increas- ed by the time the lists close urday. Quits Guessing Commissioner Freeman isn't going to make any more guesses as to when the mayor and Commissioner Grace will he home. He thought it would havc been today but last night, re- ceived a wire stating that they had left Minneapolis -I at six o'clock for Winnipeg to investigate fire appar- atus. They may be home tomorrow night. iw For Patriotic Fund The hon. treas. R. J. Ritchie Pator- scn acknowledges the receipt of JI.75 from the ladies of the G. I. A. B. L E.. and the following contributions from the city of Police de- partment Children's shelter, -5-1.30; Fire department, JlO.So; Treas- uiers office ?10.91; Assessor's office, .55; City clerk's office Elec- tric aufi 5S.BO; shops, S1.85; Ehgln- eer's office 510; Waterworks depart- ment 51 t6a; parks, 518.18; power house. coal.mine ?17.31: street railway 322.35; .linemen anil foreman 57.50. BOSSES OBJECT "TO DOLLED UP STENOGS Philadelphia, Sept: ;we. see one of our employees, coming to work dolled up like a chorus she is either sent home to wash her said an official of the Bell Telephone company, today.: "We ob. Ject to our girls coming to work with powdered noses and not to mention knee-length skirt's .and abbreviated shirtwaists." MURRAY'S The CAFE THAT SERVES ALL Now located of din- ing room at the DAULAS HOTEL and opened for. buslnsss today. Nona but white; pe'oiple employed Special 3-course ,Lunch, Dinner at 35c A box of Palm" Olive Powder or a jar of Cream with three cakes of Olive Soap Ninety cents worth for the mm pf5pc. We will also give with each shaving stick at S5c, 1 .cake of Palm Olive Soap FREE THE SUPPLY IS LIMITED Get busy Phone Xi'imber 772. frenl Hedley n_ bU. LETHBRIDGE Brought Load With Him Michael Casey, an Irishman from the United States came over the line from .Montana yesterday afternoon. Be- I fore leaving TJncle Sam he supplied himself with a line of booze against dry days in AJherta and when lie got to Lethbridge he proceeded to light up and shoiv the natives a line oE speed such as they have not.witnessed since -1st- When tlie police found i him he paralyzed, so they took 1 him to the police station as a curio- y. JHiie faced the cadi this and paid three and costs for hreak- f ing the record and doing it Montana whiskey at that; Hike is the second drunk to appear in tho city police court since .iuiy-Jst. Changes in Calgary. The bishop the Anglican Diocese of Calgary has offered the honorary canonfy of St. John in the Pro-cathe- dra! by the resignation of tho Rev. W. H. 'Mowatt, who is returning, to England, to the Rev. G, Bathurst Hall rector of Stratlimore, who has also been ipiiointea one of the bish- oj) s examining ch'apMns. The Rev. H. Assiter has accepted the parish of Lacombe, which has been vaeantx since the eiid of May. He enter upon (us duties the second Sunday in Oc? tobpr when ho will be inducted by the bishop The Rev. .Mr. Assiter cornea from Saskatchewan. The Rev. A. C-. Ewninson of SuffleH. in the diocese of Qu'Appelle has been appointed .to IFIISH PROFESSOR KILLED Sept. Thomai'-Sl. professor .of" the nHlional uiilrersiiy, has been killed at VjGfnchy. FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Geo. R. Cu. PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK BEYONO question the finest stove value in Canada totfay; Only the resources of .the great Gurney-Oxford foundries nre.cquci to the task of giving ittoyou'at the new low price. High grade conotruction, a wonderful ovcri and a life- time b'f "splendid bajcingresults are yours in the Golden Npggett sisel range. We arc proud of this outstaiidlnij example OUR GUARANTEE 100 days trial for satislactlon, or your money back; and the Gumey-Oxford reputation, arc your complete protec- tion. Come in and set this and other splendid money-saving Gumcy-Osfards bsioreyoubuy.' SOW iGas Heaters, all sizes to HAYR Phone 575 CO. P.O. Box 275 the charge of Brooks and Sutherland .in succession to tlie Rev. J. T. Schorfleld. Rev. Canon Hayes has accepted the rectorship of St. Benedicts, High River. Rev. .L P. Dingle has been .appointed locum ten- ens at St. Barnabas' church in Cu'gary in order to relieve 'file Rev. H. Mont- gomery. Don't scold a child for being cross; try as the trouble is probably with the bowels. .Sola only by Rexall Stores lie ard 25c boxes. J. D Hlgtnbotham Co Limited. Salberg Grain Company SIR CAVENDISH BOYLE DIES London. Sept. Cavendish Bovle, who was governor of Now 1901-04. died here today. Sir Cavendish Boyle who was born in 1S-W, was knighted in 18S17. He was colonial secretary to Bermuda 1SS2-88, and government secretary In British Guiana, ISO 1-1001. MEANS 'Satisfaction Why not let handle your can get'" in direct touch vyith uo at all times which Is impossible when doing; busi- ness wltli .firms hundreds of away. Prices and bids willlnoly siven at all times. Quick, efficient and careful vice. Salberg Grain Co, Hull Block, LEthbridgo. J. H. TALLING, Local Manager. PHONES 1630. Rotldcnoe 572. 50 MINERS WANTED AT ONCE GhinoekCoaICo COMMERCE, ALTA. STRONG! DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Our-fintlre orffaulxal'.nn is at your Horvlco Rod with our exper- ience cur. to get you thy oust iui your yi'iln at any time and for itny grade or hind of grain. Phono M Calgary) For Office 1806 LothbridBU Quota- vRe.. 1811. Lethbrldje) tions. Sea Our Agents who are In your district J.. A. GUMMING. Lethbridge Manager ;