Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
HIGH CLASS PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPT. I LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta SYNONYMOUS TERMS 'Quality' an Taylor- Made Takes the "Ake" out of Bake Italian Prune Plums and Sugar Prunes for Preserving Just about the last and cheapest of all preserving fruits Invo lK-1-irvevy'furli.mno in iivtlinj; a half 'a mv load of Iliw- n( a riMiiai-knlily low for iliis voar. (IT muvji'-. Hie lllil" lilst Vl'ar' l''K 1 iHwiWo SUGAR PRUNES in Peach QQ l'rlco box IN FIVE AND TEN BOX LOTS OREGON ITALIAN PRUNES. 4 baskets to the crate, fairly ripe but ill! guaranteed (M 1 A sound, price per crate.............. tp 1 A V are almost done for. for this year, but we are still getting a few daily shipments. Price 2 baskets for Owl 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 50c, we will give 3 cakes of Palmolive Soap FREE ,90c WORTH FOR 5Clc THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. MARKETS For the Woman Who Cares SHAMPOOING AND HAIR DRESSING, .MASSAGING. CHILDREN'S HAIR BOBBING AND MANICURING. ALL KINBS.OF WORK DONE. "THE LADIES' COMFORT BOOMS" TELEPHONE 1710. 1. HULL BLOCK Lt. Loclisler McKnight, an E3mon- to officer killed in action, was prior to enlistment, principal of the Mc- Cauley public school In thai city. He was a noted athlete. His parents reside in Freilericton, B. The DAUGHTERS AND MAIDS OF ENGLAND WILL HOLD A WHIST DRIVE Wednesday, Sept. 27th IN THE S. 0. E. HALL At 8 o'clock. Admission 25c PROCEEDS TOWARDS PAT- RIOTIC FUND Mr. ant.Mrs. E. H. Cook. 1913 8th Avenue'S., on Sept. 26th, twins, a son arid daughter. Winnipeg, Man., Sept. Winnipeg wheat eiuswii to lM4c lower with October at IJtT'-s. November at and December at 152'i and -Jlay at j Oats were %c lower 'at the; close with October at December at SIHfec and .May 53i5c. Minneapolis' wheat closed to 2c. lower with I September at 'December at ami May During all the earlier portion of the market the demand for N'o. 1 Northern continued to the practical exclusion of. any other rade and 7c was the premium asked and paid for. As the morning advanc- ed the market for futures eased off premiums dropped and before the close it was difficult to get for No. 1. Export houses did little Busi- ness. there was inquiry and any decid- ed break would speedily develop a considerable volume of business, but bids have undoubtedly been influenc- ed by the excellent war news. There was both profit taking and hedging of country purchases to account for the break. The oat trade which promis- ed rather well at the outset, fell away and there were -no lacking pre- dictions that October cats will sell down to 45 during the next week. Winnipeg Cash Prices No. 1 Nor... 163% No. 3 Sir. and Jlrs. J. H. Irr- ing. 1302: 7th Avenue S., September a son. 'S The CAFE THAT SERVES ALL Home Cooking Now in charge sf dining room DALLAS HOTEL None but white people employed SPECIAL 3-COURSE Of STRONG D0WIER A1N Commission Our entire organization is at votir service and with our elper- tence we COB safely guarantee to you the beat prices for your grain at any time and for any grade or kind, of grain. Phono M 1923 Calgary) For "Office 1865 Lothbridge Quota- 1311 Lgthbrldge) tloni. See Our who are in your diatrirt. Lethbridge Manager No. 3 C. .Mis No. 2 Feed .1961.. Xo. i1 C. W...53% No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 3 .......02 No. 4 Rejected and Feed Flax- No. 1 X.'-W. C. No. 2 C. W. FUTURES Winnipeg i. Oct............ IMS Dec.......'...... 154% .May............ T iOct............. 52% JDec.........: i iQct............ 196% Dec............ 197 Minneapolis These are the Days TO USE Relieves chapped hands( sore lips, and' roughness of the skin immediately. Also excellent after shaving. 25c. a bottle J. D. Higiabotbam Co. Limited "Alberta's Pioneer Druggists." chemliti NO. 322 British Make Big Advance London, Sept. British "again advanced on the Somme .front last night, the war office an- nounced today. The greatest suc- cess was .won in the direction of Eaucourt L'Abbaye. CITY AND DISTRICT New Stand M. Goodman is now located in his new store, two doors south of the Lethbritlse Hotel on 5th Street. Salbergjrain Chicago 162% o 152 v, 154V- -154 157'fc '152% 153% 52% 162% 160% 13214 15.2% FURNACES AND, Sheet Metal Work Geo. B. Dixon Cu., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK DRAYING OF ALL KINDS COAL CO. D. PHONE 1345 Turner Witt-hell Office at Kennedy's 410.13th St. North. Formerly operated North Lethbridge Dairy. Sept. Dec. Sept. Dec. May TUESDAY LIVESTOCK PRICES 35.75 to feed- ers ?5 90 to ?6.25; heifers to 4.5.70- wethers to hogs ?10.90 to 311.25. Chicago: Steers SS.OO to 53.10 to SS.15, hogs SI to sheep 53.SO to LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Track prices Wheat .....145% Oats 4514 iFiax .......183% j Barley SO Wagon Prices Wheat Oats Flax .......HO Barley 67 CHRISTMAS PARCELS FOR OUR SOLDIERS UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE WOMEN'S blVIC CLUB, A Parcel Shower WILL BE HELD IN THE Y: M. C. A.. ON FRIDAY EVENING, SEPT. 29th. ONE PARCEL FOR A SOLDIER. Encri parcel te contain imall box Oxo cubes, one box cigar- or tobacco, one khaki colored handkerchief and candy. art Lethbridge ove ppy w'Hh Make each one LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 5% to lat cows i% to Select hogs, 150 to 200 Ibs., 10'i Sheep, choice killing wethers 7Hc. Choice killing ewesy 7c. If your hair seems, lifeless try tht. Rexall "93" Hair Tonic; all Rexall Drag Stores selfit under an absolute money-back and ?l 00 bottles. .1. D. Higinbothara Co.. Limited, MRS. McCLUNG. GOING SOUTH MEANS Why not let us handle wheat? You can direct touch with us at ail times which is impossible when doing busi- ness with firms hundreds' of miles away- Prices and bids willingly given at al! times. Quick, efficient and-'careful ser- vice. Salberg Grlain Co. Hull Block, Lethbridge. J. H. TALLING, Local Manager. PHONES 1580. Residence 572, C. O. F. Notice The regular meeting of the Canadian Order of Foresters will be held tomor- row night in the K. of P. hall at eight o'clock. Special and important busi- ness. Please attend. Refreshments will be served after the meeting. Must Undergo Operation The many friends of Private N. W. Hewitt, of the S2ud, will be sorry lo learn that he has been sent from France to England to undergo an op- eration. Ho was formerly au em- ployee of Pluitkett Savage. Time of Auction Sale 111 error the time of the auction sale of household furniture by W. L. Wil- son at 418 9th Street South, on Thurs- 'clay, was omitted yesterday from the 'advertisement. The sale will siart nt 1.30 its Appearance tells you nothing of the Quality of Flour. It is the results that count. "OUR BEST" gives exceptionally good remits, because it is EXCEPTIONALLY Good Flour. Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Limited Fencing Old Trail Jolin Taylor states that he is fenc- ing off the old Raymond trail which runs through his farm, and he issues a warning to motorists and others that they will have to take the section line now. Succeeds Mr. Guess n. N. Bell, accountant of the Bank of Montreal at Aurora, Out., succeeds R. "W. Guess as acccnntcnt-at the branch .here. Mr. Guess goes to Au- rora. He leaves for the east with his family about the middle of next week. JOHN GimORE'S QUAKER BREAD 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, ED TO JUST THE RIGHT. POINT AND WELL BAKED IN A BRICK OVEN HEATED TO 550 DEGREES. THE RESULT IS'A WHOLESOME FLAVOR. BEYOND question the finest stove value In Canada today. Only the resources of the great Gurney-Oxford foundries are equal to the task of giving it to you at the new low price. High grade construction, oven and a life- time of splendid baiting results are yours in the Goldeh.Nugsett steel range, i We are proud of this outstanding example OUR.GUARANTEE. of 100 days trial for ulknctlon. or your money back, and the Gurncy-Oxford rcpntaften, arc jour complete prolcc- lion. Come In and sue this and other splendid inoncy-savlnfl Gumcy-Oxfords before you buy. Trades Council to Meet The Trades and Labor Council will meet this evening in the trades hall. It is requested that all delegates lie present, as the arrangements for the Labor Day sports which were post- poned till "Thanksgiving Day, October 9th, will be taken up. Elks Meet Tonight A special meeting ot Lethbrldge Lodge No. SI, B. P. O. Elks, will be held tonight in the lodge rooms. Al- berta block. As Messrs. Home and Barnes, Grand Lodge officers from Vancouver, will be present, it is hope'tl every Elk will he on hand. G as H all sizes to HAYR HARDWARE CO. Phone 575 P. O. Box 275 .Parcel Shower Cltuens are asked not to forget the Masonic Meeting Parcels for Soldiers There are about 2000 hethbridge and district soldiers overseas this ear. The Women's Civic Club are undertaking to see these men get a'parcel for Christmas, and have parcel shower to be held in the Y. A. Friday even-. iog at 8. The admission will be one parcel each, and a good program will be arranged for the entertainment of those who attend. The parcels must each contain one box oxo cubes, one box cigarettes or tobacco, khaki hand- kerchief and candy.- Has Five Rigs at Wprk C. S. Noble was. in the city this morning. He told the Herald that five I threshing rigs are now working on [his big crop and the returns are bet- ter than he expected. He has not figured-up any'final yet but will have some in a few days. With good weather the next month thresh- ing wilT be pretty well over by Nov. 1st-.- New Trainmaster W. B. Cline, who for the past two years has been chief dispatcher at Winnipeg, has arrived here to take the. position of trainmaster on the western, end of the Lethbridge divis- ion, the position made vacant by the promotion of Trainmaster Ainsley to Assiniboia. Mr. Cline will reside at Macleod. Having Fine Trip One of the members of the 113th Prince Alliert, Sept. Mrs. Nellie Jr. McClung. of Eldmontqn, writes Mrs. j. u D. J. Rose, president'-of the Equal Franchise than a month she expects to he In the .United States aiding iri a woman suffrage campaign. _________ Of Ail Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited. Off 'p. K. Frtrghi OHIO........... Battalion, writing to, city says Saturday: a friend in the Have had a ,....._........, fine weather most of the time, with just a little rain. .Had good receptions all the way, the band playing selections at. all divisional points. Roate marches at Winnipeg. Grant, North Bay and this morning here at'Moiitreal. The-96th Highland- .ors are :hcre, and we hear there are four: Highland battalions go- ing over together. .Saw quite a. few Lethbfiiigeites en roifte.' All seem 'well on both trains, and it is a question which Is the happiest bunch. I guess we are just off on our-last lap before embarking. Passed through Ottawa this morning, only stopping to change engines. Announcement On 'account op thi Jewish New Year, my store will bo losed tomorrow, 1 hursda> iml I riday the 28th and 29th Kentfshmen Have Good Record The La th bridge Kentishmcn's So ciety, one of the most active societies in Lethbridge, met on Monday even- j ing to arratige for a series winter games with the members of the S. .O. E. At the next monthly meeting a potato exhibition will be hold :for -the members. The associa- tion has now 28 of its members in the ranks Of the overseas forces. Separation Allowance Checks As several complaints had been made that separation allowance checks for the 239th Railway Construction Corps had not been received by the dependents, an inquiry was made of the militia department by VV. A. Bu- chanan! M.P., and this morning advice was received that some checks had IJPOII mailed between .the and 24th ot this month. Separation allow- ance cards for the. balance were re- ceived September 19th. and checks were being sent out dally in alpha- betical order Women's Civic Club XMAS SHOWER For Lethbridge. Mep AT TlIE Y. M. C. A. Friday, 29th at 8 p. m. Do your-parcel up in Christmas style with Christmas Card, Seal Cards etc., t We have all that is necessary in and on display: Heals, per pat'ksigc p- Xirias Cards, per package UK; ami loc.t ALSO Soldiers' Steel Mirrors, 50c ea. Carbolic Soap, 15c, 25c cake Tooth Paste, 25c tube. Stero Cubes, 15c per box. Tooth Brushes, 25c. each. Also iiiaiiyiirticlcs tluit will hy the boyn at the front... THE tED CROSS DRUG y AND BOOK CO., LTD.