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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPT- LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beit a Day Hotel in Alberta Takes the "Ake" Out of Bake, Taylor Made Saturday Night Specials at Good's After Six o'clock FREESTONE frl 1A fresh in today, per case haie opened their office1'in Calgary this fall- This firm has. been indirectly .connected. with the. Alberta gram buomo to- c-aBy years but openea up for the first time this year in Calgary. Mr.--W.-R. Bawlf; president of the I firm, on a tour over the province last week stated that Alberta had the lar- gest percentage of No. 1: Northern wheat in the' Canadian west, and al- though oats in the. northern part of the province showed some signs of frost, conditions looked able. Mr. W. R Bawlf v.ho was elected vics-president of the Winnipeg Grain ftxclianee in the last week is a son of (he late" Mr Nicholas BattIf fhe pioii- eer grain man ot the west; Mr. Bawlf returned to Winnipeg on Tuesday, verj .much impressed with erllsement BORN______________ Mr ami O7 'Robertson on brlday al llOo 7th Aye. S., a daughter WE HAVE Women Who Know Demand "O.B." It is really EXCEPTIONALLY good Flour Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Limited It is hardly to an- nounce that we (five the PALM OLIVE t SPECIAL ;n which three cakes of PALM OLIVE SOAP are given' FREE with either, SOc jar of Palrn'piive Vanishing Cream, or 50c jar Palni Olive Cold Cream, or 50p box Palm Olive Face Pow- uer. Ycu can' always be sure that if anything cornes .along that is advantageous 'to our custom- ers the Ripneerj'Druggisls have it _ J. D. Higiobotham Co. "Alberta's Wholesale and retail chemiltl TELEPHONE NO. 3K, Ordained Into Ministry Rev. Mr. Galbraith. who has been student missionary in charge of the Presbyterian churcll at Coalhurst for some months, was ordained to the ministry of the church last evening at a special ordination service at St. An- drew's church. The service was con-1 ducted by Rev. Mr. McXichol, minis- ter of St. Andrew's, assisted by Rev. lir.'Baird of Grassy Lake and Rev. W. F. Burns, minister of Knox church. Rev. Mr. Galbraith leaves on Monday for Hue'Old Country. Rally pay A very interesting program will be given in Wesley Sunday school. It will be-Rally Day in the school and it is the-end ofrthfr year of study un- der' the Graded- Lesson system. Fea- tures of the' program will be promotion exercises, reports on the work-hooks I for the year, The Sunday school i work in all' lanus 'will- be demonstrated ah jmique way. The school start are planning'-for a'tiill house. In con- nection with Rally Day, infant bap- tism will be administered at 4.30 p.m. in the church. Rev. Mr. Cobbledick is also beginning tomorrow morning a series, of dscourses on Ten Commandments in Modern 'Life." SUGAR BARONS OF JAPAN -The sugar production 'of Formosa has risen since the island taken over by the Japanese in 1895 from to tons annually. Mil- lions oE dollars have been invested by Japanese in mills in For- mosa, warfhas further stimu- lated the trade in sugar there. Ac- cording to the Manchurian Daily News, tons of Formosa sugar are to be sent to Australia, tons to Hong-Kong, tons to Canada, and L'o.OOO tons to.India, China, Man- sian officer said: JOHN QUAKER BREAD HAVE YOU HAD BREAD THAT IS DRY AND TASTELESS? DO NOT THINK FROM THAT EX- PERIENCE THAT ALL BAK- ERS BREAD IS ALIKE. TRY QUAKER BREAD ONCE AND TASTE THE DIFFERENCE, Sapper Harrison'Dangerously III A cablegram was received today by relatives stating that Sapper S. Har- rison, of the Engineering Corps, who was reported last .week as seriously; (111 is now dangerously 111 in England. His wife..left Letlibridge on Monday! night for sails from New York today. t____________ OO COAL? The Grace Coal Mine Is now prepared to of all orders. PHONE 12SO The quality the btst Delivered, ton At mine ton The DAUGHTERS AND MAIDS OF ENGLAND WILL HOLD A WHIST DRIVE Wednesday. SepfT 27th IN THE S. O. E. HALL At 8 o'clock. Admission 25c PROCEEDS TOWARDS PAT- RIOTIC FUND MARQUISETTE TETE-A-TETE GEXUIXE VENEER BOTTOMS Tonight each SPECIAL HAYR HARDWARE CO. DRAYING OF ALL KINDS COAL C. O. D. PHOKE 1 345 Tiinier Wjtchell Office at Kennedy's 410 13th St. North. Formerly operated North Lelhbridge Dairy. MURRAY' Thi CAFE THAT SERVES. ALL ''HOME COOKING Now in'charge of dining room- DALLAS HOTEL None but white people employed Special 3-course Lunch -op Dinner at............ fe k FURNACES Sheet Metal Work Geo. R. Dixon PHONE 1087 RBAR STAFFORD BLOCK AUCTION SALE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE 'On Tuesday, September 26th COMMENCING AT 2 P. M. AT 523 SIXTH HTKEET SOUTH W. L WILSON, Auctioneer is FAVO'RER WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE OWNER TO SELL THE FOLLOWING heat y brass mounted beds u ith" copper wire springs and wool mattresses, three combination dresser and stands; twdidress- ers 1 heavy iron bed brass trimmings spring and wool mattress 1 saniiafy cohch mattress, 1 heavy oak rcleker; wicker rockers, Ifmlssion centre table; S centre tables, different sizes, 2 Axminster squares 1 mission oak buffet; 1 mission oak extension tabje 1 set of mission oak diners, leather seat; 1 hall rack, several yards ot stair carpet, (velvet 4 extra oak diners, 2 carpet squares in book'case; port- lera pictures, one hand sewing machine; ;1 kitchen cabinet; l refrigerator; ,1 electric heater, 1 large mirror; 1 six hole range with hoti waTer connections and warming closet car- pet sweeper, curtains, blinds, kitchen utensils ifid many other ar- ticles tERMS Atiejloneer'i 403 Fifth Streit Sputh T-- PHONES 1865 AND 1023 A, Yard at Orion The Stacey Co have opened a branch For Patriotic Fund The llon.Tfeiis! It.'.r.'.tlitchle 1'p.ter- son acknowledges the retcipt of from the .Alexander Gall, Chanter, D. IX B nolns proceeds of Hudson 8 Hay tea rooms, when Inftheir charge, for the months of August and Sen teinher, Poultry Association Meeting A meeting of the IJBthbrldge-Poul- try and Pot Stock association-will'be. .held, al the Board of Trade, rooms on, Monday evening at 8 o'clock. A New.Draying Business Turner and Wjtchcll, who formerly operated the North Lcth- I bridge Dairy, have opened a draylnff 'business with at Sti., north. ;