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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day in Alberta SYNONYMOUS TERMS 'Quality' and Taylor- Takes the "Ake" out of Bake Italian Prune Plums and Sugar Prunes for Preserving Just about the last and cheapest of all preserving fruits have I.TOII vn-v fortumite in a lialf a nir Imul of those .it n reiiun-knbly low i wnr limvs iU I Mic pri> is quite n hit higher limn lust voar, hill (lion got njilil clown to st inwiblo wist. Tin- Italian I'nnav are still put up in paper lined poach buxiw eontaiii- i ItM-i from 20 to pounils nei, nJ iriii'.. Thcv arc. in excellent eondition and wiUkeep in. liA for at least ten days. The sugar primes are all fairly ripe lint every Vase lis opened hv us In-fore thev cxiunineil, so thai 'only perfectly sound ones are sent out, J hoy arc a' medium size red 'plum, fairly sweet anil lake very little sugar. We are sure you would like Miese. SUGAR PRUNES in Peach boxss Price tier box 90c EXTRA REDUCTION II OREGON ITALIAN PRUNES, 4- baskets to the crate, fairly ripe but all -In sound, price per crutp.............. tj) 1 1V ITALIAN PRUNES in Price per box.................... FIVE AND TEN BOX LOTS are almost done for, for this year, but we arc still gelling a oC few daily shipments. Price 2 baskets for OJC OFFICE PHONE 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES FREE! To everyone buying one box of Palmolive Face Powder at 50c, or one jar of Palmolive Vanishing Cream at we will give 3 cakes of Palmolive Soap FREE .90c WORTH FOR 50c THE KENNY ALLIN NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. 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 BOOMS" TELEPHONE 1710. ROOM 1, HULL BLOCK MARKETS The DAUGHTERS AND MA10S OF ENGLAND WILL HOLD A WHIST DRIVE Wednesday, Sept 27th IN THE S. O. E. HALL At 8 o'clock. Admission 25c PROCEEDS TOWARDS PAT- RIOTIC .FUND RUBBER STAMPS Made in Lethbridse by Herald Job Department Phoni 1252. Winnipeg. Sept. trade to- day was confined mainly to No. 1 Nor- thern, on which the demand was greatly in excess of the supply and the premiums went 7 cents and was steadily maintained, while the pre- mium on No. 2 Northern was never over 3 cents, and lower grades were out of the running for the time being. There was some cash export trade, but it was hard to place hut export houses bought futures quite freely. Ontario has begun to take interest in western oats, and these inquiries help- ed to hold the market steady in the absence of any active export trade. FUTURES Winnipeg Oct............. 160 si 159% Dec............. May............ 155% Oct............. 52% Dec............. 81 Oct..........-... 196% 106 Dec............. U7% 195 Sept............. 156Vs 164% Dec....... Sept............. 154VJ 153V-1 Dec............. 154Vi May............ 155% 154% WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat Grain Handled in Any Pbsition We are in close connection with ex- port trade and by dealing with us you save several middle- men's profits. United Grain Producers, Ltd TEMPORARY OFFICES: ROOM 1, MACDONALD BLOCK FURNACES AND Sheet Metal Work Geo. K. Dixou Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK No. 1 Nor... No. 3 Nor...160 No- 5 Northern Oats- No. 2 C. W....... So.-3 C. W....... Extra 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed Barley- No. 3 No. 4 -No. 2 .Nor.. .163Ms No. 4 Not... 15414 146H 54 53U S3 i 8? (Rejected SO 'Feed 30 Flax- No. 1 N. W. C............... 195% !No. 2 C. W................... 192% I .Taking Care of the Cough U doesn't pay to let a cough wear itself seldom suc- ceeds. More often it takes on a chronic form-which leads to ser- ious complications. Our Special COMPS. SYRUP WHITE PINE WITH EUCALYPTOL AND HONEY is a remedy which gives prompt relief and cures effectively. It goes to the source of the trouble and removes It. It soothes and heals. Price 50c. Bottle The Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited 555. CITY A Nil DISTRICT On Way East Fire Chief Baines ami Mrs. Uaincs. of Moose .law. are guests in the city today on their way east from the coast. Attends Meeting in 'Peg Supt. Fuirfield. of the Experimental Farm, is leaving today for Winnipeg to attend the. meeting of the Western Grain Standards Eloa-ol, Its Appearance tells you nothing of the Quality of Flour. It is the results that count. "OUR BEST" gives exceptionally good results, because it is EXCEPTIONALLY Good Flour. Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Limited For Patriotic Fund The Hon. Treas. R. J. Hitdiie Pater, son acknowledges the receipt of from the Lethtiridge Bnrber's Union, being proceeds of a dance held on I Labor Day. 1 Baptist Meeting I An important business meeting will be held tomorrow at S to which j all members and those interested the church are invited. Increase in Water Rates 'City Solicitor Bait was instructed this morning to prepare an amend- ment to Bylaw No. 14, increasing the water rates by ten per cent, the same to take effect immediately the amend- ment is passed. MONDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES S5.75 to S6.SO; feed- crs to heifers to wethers ?7.50 to 1510.90 to i ?S to cows to ?; bogs ?7 to sheep to ?1Q.S5. The CAFE THAT SERVES ALL Home Cooking Now in charge of dining room DALLAS HOTEL None but white people employed SPECIAL 3-COURSE OP 'LUNCH OR DINNER at JOC LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Track prices Wagon" Prices Wheat ......148% ...W4 jOats ___... Oats 42 JFIax Fla-K 170 j Barley 80 Barley 6? LIVESTOCK PRICES j Choice steers, 5% to 6% fat 4 to Select hogs, 150 to 200 Jbs., 10tf Sheep, choice killing wethers Ifac Choice killing ewes ie SOME CLASS! is the oxdam- atiou ol liiobc rclio loolv ovci our lines of high grade stationci AVe have it in many designs and colors with and without shaded borders. You're out of fashion if you' are not using bur lines of sta tionery. Prices from 35c to n box J. D. Higinbolliam Co. "Alberta's P ton ear Druggists. Tke Start -Detail TELEPHONE NO. 3ZZ Must Send Children to School Jlilte Morris of No. 3, appeared be- fore Magistrate Elton this morning on a complaint lodged by Truant Of- ficer Larab, charging him with, ne- I glecting to send his 14 year old boy to school. Children must be sent to school until- they are 15 years of age. {Morris was let off on suspended sen- tence. Further News of Hislop Gunner James Alexander Hiclop, whose death' in action was reported in the Herald on Thursday, the.nop- heiv of .Mrs. R. N'aismith of Xo. 3. He worked in the C. P. R. mines here (tor a number 'of years anil also rail- Iroaded for the company for a time. He enine from Scotland several years ago. JOHN LETK3RIDGE HAS THE BEST BAKERY, THE CLEANEST BAKERY, THE BEST BREAD AND THE CHEAPEST BREAD OF ANY CITY IN WESTERN CANADA. THE REPUTATION OF QUAKER BREAD IS NOT CONFINED TO THE CITY ONLY, IT IS PROVINCE WIDE time 61 splendid bakihgr.esults arc yours in the Golden Nugjjott steel range. We are proud .of this outstanding example ol Gurney-Oxiord Complete with six D" covers. right 'reservoir, warming closet as. shown, F.O.E; Winnipeg. OUR GUARANTEE of 100 days trial for satlsiactfon, or your money back, and the reputation, are your complete protec- tion. Conic in and sue this and other splendid money-saving bt'fore you 8D w CALGARY WOMAN v GETS PUNISHED FOR CRIME IN EDMONTON] I Edmonton, Sept. iTames M Jackson, known to the1 police im- i der several aliases..and in local luisi- j ness circles as the "pink lady" in whose veins coursed the doubtful talents of I a AVallinsford'and a Jesse James, was today sentenced to six months at hard labor in Macleod jail. She pleaded giiilty to six charges of obtaining the fact that she has a son at the front. OFFICE PHONE 1313. MANAGER'S PHONE 1484. SMITH, MURPHY GO. GRAIN HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG, 'Write or phone at our expense if you have grain to handle. We can assure you the best price the market wili otand and give you courteous service and prompt returns. LETHBRIDGE OFFICE. SHERLOCK BUILDING. N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER. Obeying his father's deathbed wish. Royal Pick, 33. New York, has mar- ried his stepmother, who is also 33. WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWARE CO. CREAM WANTED HIGHEST PRICES PAID- FOR NO. 1 CREAM, AND CHECK SENT FOR EACH SHIPMENT BY RETURN MAIL 'MILK Wli-K ANB DSLIVEREO CREAM iPAlLY. BABIES' MILK supplier from individual cows that have passed ;the tubercular test by the Jtfvern ment veterinarian, EDGEHILL DAIRY Phone 1534, "57 W. Guest, who for two years has been accountant, in the Bank of Monti real in Lethbridge, has been trans- ferred to Aurora, Ont., where be will hold a similar position in the brs.nch at that place. He will leave shortly with his family for the east. Mr. Guess has been prominent inj chiefly in Wesley church, i where 'he has been superintendent .of j the Sunday school practically since.he: came here. The departure of Mr. and j Mrs. Guess will be greatly- regretted. Gas Heaters, all sizes to HAYR HARDWARE CO. Phone 575 P. O. Box 275 BOYS LEAD SIGNAL- I pal street railway, fourth. A. Lcth- LING CLASSES AT PETAWAWA bridge boy was third, so that southan STRONG D9WLER GRAIN and Commission Merchants Our entire organization in at yosir with our exper- ience can safc-fy guarantee to get you the best prices for your CTatn at any time und for any grade or kintl at grain. Phone IV! 1922 Calgary Office 1865 Lethbrldgc .R-m. 1311 L-thbridge For Quota- tions. Our who arc in your district. J. A. GUMMING Lethbridge Manager Three Calgary hoji, now serving witii the artillery as members of the Cist battery at; Petawawa parnp, in On- tario, bad the distinction of leading their class in the recent signalling ex- aminations. J. 11. McN'eill, son of .1. C. McNeill. was first; Chartas Bryant, son of former Homestead Inspector BrjHiit was second ind the son of Supt T H'McCuulej, of the munici- bridge boy was tr, so a souert Alberta stood pretty high in the hon The Paris Journal reports a circu lar issued to German troops, saying in part, "Salsify your hunger, but IK more than the natural needs. Eat m ail the crumbs it is possible to use.' GETS MILITARY CROpS Second P. H. S. Bfiiwiiiden- hout, a giant artillery officer, receiv- ed the' British Military Cross for hav- ing alone held up the roof of a dug- out, after it was struck by a shell, un- til the wounded cbulii he removed. NOW Lt.-Col. Uattray, of Pipostone, Man., now on overseas service, has been made ,a brigadier-general. He is lit I charge of a training camp inj Eng- land, '-f "The sales of Cigars hai more than trebled durlnz the past three months. -Have you trfeti ons DRAYING OF ALL KINDS COAL CO. D. PHONE 1 345 Turner Witchell .Office at Kennedy's 410 13th St. North. Formerly operated North Ltthbriugc Dairy. AUCTION SALE -----OF----- ;if HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE On THURSDAY, SEPT. 28th AT 418 NINTH STREET SOUTH W. L WILSON, Auctioneer IS FAVORED WITH INSTRUCTIONS FROM MRS. FRIEND, WHO IS LEAVING THE CITY TO SELL THE FOLLOWING N One upright piano 1 hutfet with bevel plate mirror; 1 extension taliie 8 oak diners, anil one arm chair, leather seats, new, t oak looker; 3 wjcker rocker; 1 morria chair; sev- eral centre odd rockers; 1 bookcase; 1 brass bed complete; 1 heavy white oname.1 bed, brass trimmings complete; 2 dressers, and stands; 1 velvet pile square 3 x I bedroom rug about G x small rugs, curtains, blinds, dishes, 1 -l-hole range with hot water connections, reservoir and warming closet. I 3-ullru- cr olj etovo, J nil heater, garden tools, 1 CD-gallon gas tank, oil cloth. S hens, poultry netting and many other articles. TERMS CASH AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE103 Gth St. South. Phones r ;