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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 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 FREE! To everyone buying one box of Palrrtolive Face Powder at 50c, or one jar of Palmolive Vanishing Cream at 50c, we will give 3 cakes of Palmolive Soap FREE .90c WORTH FOR 50c THE KENNY ALL1N CO., Ltd. PHONE 1487. Specials this Week-end at Good's WE HAVE AN EXCEPTIONALLY FINE ASSORTM ENT OF FRESH FRUIT THIS WEEK END. A LOT OF LINES ARE ALMOST OVER WITH AND WE WOULD SUGGEST THAT YOU NOT WAIT ANY LONGER FOR AT LEAST PEACHES. BARTLETT PEARS, TRANSCENOANT CRAB APPLES, RIPE AND GREEN TOMATOES. WE -EXPECT TO HAVE A GOOD THING TO 0 FFER IN PRUNE PLUMS NEXT WEEK. RESERVE YOUR ORDERS. extra quality, per FREESTONE PEACHES, al case.................... TRANSCENDANT CRAB APPLES, 40 Ib. cases. each Si-50 BARTLETT PEARS, large lug boxes, hold about 50 Ibs. Pears, per box APPLES. Duchess No. 1s, all wrapped, per case S1.50 Or 6 Ibs. (or................................ 25c OREGON PRUNES, fancy stock, 4 basket each...................................... BLACKBERRIES, 2 baskets for................35c TOKAY GRAPES, per Ib.......................20c TOKAY GRAPES, per 6 Ib. basket.............90c RIPE TOMATOES, per basket.................35c RIPE TOMATOES, per GREEN TOMATOES, per ONIONS, GOOD COOKING, 5 Ibs. for...... 25c VALENCIA ONIONS, large sweet ones, just arrived. 3 Ibs. for........................ 25c fine and crisp, 3 Ibs. for 25c BRICK CHEESE, expected on Saturday morn- ing', per 30c QUEEN OLIVES, in bulk, a barrel just opened, per pint 25c KRESH OYSTERS, our first lot this season just in, imperial pint 50c Imperial quart 90c GINGER SNAPS, Paulln Chambers, 2 Ibs. for 25c CREAMERY BUTTER, CloverHill Brand. Guar- anteed to be unexcelled in quality. We get this fresh every week, per Ib.................. 40c THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES For the Woman Who Cares SHAMPOOING AND HAIR DRESSING. MASSAGING, CHILDREN'S HAIR BOBBING ANP MANICURING. ALL KINDS OF HAIR WORK 'DONE. "THE LADIES' COMFOBT "ROOMS" TELEPHONE 1710. 1. HULL BLOCK WHERE TO GO FOE Roofing, Tiflsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. PHONE 762 DOWLER GRAIN and Commission Merchants dmonton Our entire onranizaiion is at your service and with our exper- ience Y.S can safely guarantee to get you the best prices for your grain at any time and. for any grade or kind of grain. Phone M 1922 Calgary 1 For Office 1866 Lethbrtdge Quota- RSB. 1811 Lsthbrldge) tions. Sea Our Aatnts who In your district, J. A. GUMMING Lothbridge Manager Rev. S. J, Arthur, of Emmanuel Baptist church, Winnipeg, has resign- ed. -Major Kenneth C. G. Taylor, D.S.O., officially reported killed in action, was .the eldest son of A. Dunbar Taylor, K. C.. of Vancouver. OUT! This Coupon and -lac Will "admit one school child to. the special .matinee orthe great war play (not a "Somewhere in France" AT THE MAJESTIC THEATRE TOMORROW (Saturday) AFTERNOON at 2.30 Yoir Must Have This Coupon Trans-Atlantic Cablegram THE FOLLOWING CABLEGRAM RECEIVED Via Commercial Cables Working in direct connection with the Canadian t Pacific Railway Co.'s Telegraph Huddersfield, England, Nov. 7. Leo Yicnesbit, Toronto, Absolutely guarantee all blacks.and Our standard main- tained throughout despite-increased.-eesi-.V- Vickerman. These Goods Sold in Lethbridge AT ONE PLACE ONLY "D" The Tailor 410 5TH STREET SOUf ,4.., PHONE 1666 LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA. Xot the the BEST. MARKETS Sept. wheat closed 2% to 3% up willi October at 156% to :-4. November 155, December at 151% to 74. and May at The oats market was 1 to.lUc high- er with October at 52i.i, December at 49Ti and .May at Bariey was up closing at S4. Flax closed SH to 6c.higher with October at 19G-4. November at aud December at Minneapolis closed 2S to 3c up. with September at December at 161% and May at 15SU. A strong stubborn bull market, from: start to finish, an improved import Inquiry and exceedingly active demand for all grades of cash wheat, limited offering and reports of increasing damage to crops in the Argentine, together with Greece in the market for a million bushels of wheat were among the things that helped to make an active and excited market all: day. More than once during, the morning the boards showed a spread. .of 3 .cents between the opening the high on .Winnipeg October, -and while the United States markets never showed such big gains, they--had' heavy ad- vances and were. equally strong in tone. Every- grade "of wheat-, was taken and oats, barley and flax we.re all in demand with somewhat limited offer- ings in all grains. Export houses bouguHuturas. pretty freely and. there was considerable speculative trade ;both in cash and futures. News from the Argentine showed increasing depreciation of their wheat and flax. FUTURES Winnipeg Oct............. Dec............. Play SAFE Let us Compound Your Prescriptions Any one who lias n prescrip- tion to be filled should as a matter of pure self interest in- sist upon the best drugs and the best service. A little 'difference in the quality of drugs, or in the way compounded, after all, makes a big difference in results. A complete stock of fresh, drugs, scientific equipment and ample experience enable us to give, ideal service in our pres- cription, department. BRING'US YOUR NEXT PRESCRIPTION The Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited PHONE ICITY AND DISTRICT Confer First Degree Lethbridge Lodge NTo. 2. I.O.O.F.. will confer the flrst degree tonight at the Oddfellows' hall. All members and visiting brethren are asked to be present. Refreshments. Goes to Calgary G. B. Dickie, who for pjght years has lieen employed in the plant de- partment of the provincial govern- ment telephone system here, is leav- ing at once for Calgary where he will be on the staff of the main central. ISS'S 149 156% 151% May......... Oct. Dec.......... Oct. Dec..-... i Sept. Sept.......... Dec.......... May 49 190% 152% 195% 168% 151% 153V- 153% Winnipeg Cash No. 1 No. 2 Jfnr...l59'._ No. Z No. 4 Nor...151% No a !vor.-142% No. 6 Nor.. .129% I Feed ios% Xo. 2 C. W................'.. 53% No. 3 C. 5294 Extra 1 Feed................. Xo. 1 Feed...............-.., .62 N'o. 2 Feed................... '.51% No. S5 No. 4 82 Rejected arid Feed 76 Flax- No 1 N. W.-C............... 195% No. 2 C. W.................- :192% WE HAVE IT It is necessary to an- nounce that we have the-PALM OLIVE SPECIAL in which -three cakes of PALM. OUVE SOAP are given FREE with either, i 50c jar of Palm Olive Vanishing Cream, or 7 50c jar Palm Olive Cold CreaWi, or 5Qc box Pslm Olive Face Pow der. You can always be sure trfet if anything comes along that is advantageous to cur Custom- ers the Pioneer Druggists'have it. J. D. "Albert-3'3 Pioneer The Wholejale ir.l retail TELEPHONE NO. Paper to be Collected The citizens of Letbbridge are ask- ed to no-operate with the l.O.D.E. their effort to collect a carload of ;nnpcr. It has been pointed out that "if. '.he pape'- supply is running short on account of the war. it is a national Idutyto help conserve the supply. The .Daughters of the'Empire will make a ri-ollection the latter part of October jaud everyone to start right now .and collect all paper, especially mag- tie them in bundles. i ,Small Vote at Noon Voting is taking place today on the 'bylaw to raise for the con- struction of the filtration plant. XThe polls are located in Westminster and I Central -schools. Voting will proceed I until eight o'clock this evening. -At I noon today the indications were that ithe-vote would be light, although jmiiuy business men will vote during the noon hour and after six o'clock. I Mr. Galbraith to be Ordained 'public worship will he held tonight at S o'clock in St. Andrew's church. 4t this service Mr. Galbraith. who has been located as a missionary at Coal- I hurst, will be ordained to the minis- try of the Presbyterian church. Rev. 'w.m. McNlchol, Rev. Mr. Barrett of Grassy Lake and others will take part in the service. All interested are invited. THURSDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES. S5.T5 to feed- ers ?5.90 to ?G.25; heifers to 55.70; wethers to hogs 511.25. to S9.25; cows 53.50 to S9.50; hogs to Bheep to L0GAL MARKETS, Grain Livestock Prices BOB PEARSON WOUNDED Calgary, Rev. IWb- crt Pearson 'was wounded in th.J Somnie hauls on Friday last. In t.h? list of casualties yesterday morning the name oi "Cant. Robert next, of kin England appeared aril there was doubt whether or not this was the popular officer. Further investigation, however, has ts tablished that it is the Calgary offic- er, previously secrfitarj of the Cal gary Y.M.C.A., and one of the best Track prices Prices IWheat ...'.'.144V4 Wheat Oats 45 Oats ........'4014 Flax ......-.1799i Flax irley 76 Barley Ii4 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice, stcori, 6% to.S'A; fat" cows to Select hogs, 150 to 200 Ibs., 10'A Sheen, choice killing Wethers .Choice Killing ewes, 7c. ANNOUNCEMENT W. L. Wilson, auctioneer ia instruct- by the owner to sell the contents of 622'6th' St. 26th. known men throughout tho province. The DAUGHTERS AND MAIDS OF ENGLAND A WHIST DRIVE Wednesday, Sept. 27th IN THE .3. .O. E. HALL At 8 o'clock..... Admission. 25c PROCIORDS TOWARDS PAT- RIOTIC FUND PHONE 1224 Women Who Know B." It is really EXCEPTIONALLY good Flour Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Limited JOHN QUAKER SREAD QUAKER BREAD IS ALWAYS CLEAN SWEET AND DAINTY. THE FLAVOR IS THE FLAV- OR OF GOOD SOUND FLOUR PROPERLY _MIXED WITH THE BEST OF INGREDIENTS, WELL KNEADED; FERMENT- ED TO JUST THE 'RIGHT POINT AND BAKED IN A BRICK OVEN HEATED TO 550 DEGREES. THE RESULT IS A WHOLESOME FLAVOR. BEYOND question the finest sto' value in Canada to-day Only the resourcte of the great Gurney-Oxford foundries arc equal to the task of givine; t toyou at thetiew low price 'Iigh grade --onstru'ctlbh, a.wonderful oven and a life- time of splendid baking results are yours m the Golden Nuggett s'eel range. We are pioud bt example uf G jrney-Oxford sldll. Complete with six 9 covers, 20" oven, riflht OUR-GUARANTEE of 100 days trial for satisfaction, or your money bick, and the Gurntry Oxford reputation, are yout'complcte protec- tion. Come In and see this and other splendid money-saving Gumey-Oxfcrds before you .8DW Gas Heaters, all sizes to HAYR HARDWARE CO. Phone 575 P.O. Box 275 Frank Blake Webster of Sweet Mont, and Mrs. Anna E. eii N. Y., were married; ,ept loth h> Rev, Ira M. McOlymonds: pastor of the Grace Presbyterian church. They will reside in Sweet Grass where the groom is in business. Falls Tribune. Air Webster resided in Southern Alberta for some time. Cant, "and airs. -I- M. AitKen of To- ronto, who have been spending a few days in the city, left yesterday. Miss tileanor Grace Bryans, second laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bry- ans V10 !rd Avenue A. -South, was last night ty Mr. Merrett B; Blackford. third son of Mr. Enoch C. 31ackford. The ceremony was per- formed by Ilev.'O. II. Cobbledick at eight o'clock in Wesley church. Meh- dellsohn'K wedding march was played by Mr fames Moffat as the bridal party entered the church. The bride, who was given away by rjer father, wore a very pretty gown of-cloth of silver embroid- ered net. Her long tulle veil was caught with orange, blossoms and she carried a shower bouquet of white Kil- laniey, roses and fenia. Misa Gladys Hinds.-the bridesmaid was gowned in white crepe de chenn with hat. to match; She carried a boucjuet of Oph- elia roses and ferns. The best man was Mr..Forrest Smith and the ushers Mr. Geo. Williams ami Mr. Fred'Whit- ne> After the coremony the guesti numbering thirty, were entertained at the home of tho bride's parents. Re TreshmcntH were served from a table beautifully decorated with yellow and 'vyhitc .chrysanthemums, pink am) .white.-.sweet TpeaH and palms were used to decorate the homo. The bride's mother wort a becom- ing gbwn ol blaA satin with gold um< hrdfdered. net and black hat. Mr, and Mrs. Blackford will reside in the city. FURNACES V AND Sheet Metal Work Geo. R. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK Disabled Soldfer Returns PLe. E. G. Radford, who enlisted J and went to England with tho 3rd__C. M. R., has returned to Canada and [will arrive in Loth bridge tonight. He enlisted from Medicine Hat, and was disabled by wounds received in the fighting in Prance and Flanders. Saibery Grain Company 1 MEANS 'Satisfaction' Why not let us handle your Wheat? You can get in direct ouch with ui at all times which impossible when doing 'busi- ness with firms hundreds of miles away. and -.bids willingly given at all. times. Quick, efficient and careful vice.- Salberg Grain Co. Hull Block, Lethbridge.. J. H. TALLING, Local Manager. .PHONES 1580. Retldente 572. A box of Palm "Olive Face powder or a jar of-Palm Cream with three cakes of Palm Olive Soap Ninety cents worth for the lum of Sue. We will also give with each shaving stick at 26c. 1 cake of Palm OMve Soap FREE THE SUPPLY IS LIMITED Get busy 772 Frank Hedley Drug Co. LETHBRIDGE ;