Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta
HOTEL DALLAS TELEPHONE 1312 CENTRAL COMFORTA8LS LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beat Hotel in Atbertn Taylor-made Flour m Pride of Alberta r and... Mother's Favorite Two Brands nith but a single BETTER BREAD FRUIT OF ALL KINDS Lurjiv Peudie.s Plums. IVurs, Apples, etc. All fresh slock. Prices to suit everyone. Quality guaranteed. Cimc'ami see for yourself. HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 525 MARKETS PICTURES FREE! WITH EACH CAKE OF WOODBURY'S FAOATTSOAP. GIVE FREE A PICTURE, 15x19 INCHES, SUITABLE FOR FRAMING. COME EARLY AND MAKE" SURE OF OCCURS.. THE KENNY ALLIN Ltd. Phons 1487 Drue gists ind Stattoneri Next Make the MOST of the High Prices by ceasign- iog Your Grain to SMITi-MURPHY CO. Ton will -realize, every cent hi it for you, and'get your re- turns promptly. .WRITE OR PHONE Office Phone 1313 Reildftr.ee Phone 1434 N. T. MACLEOD, MANAGER LETHBRIDGE BRANCH SHERLOCK BLDG. STRONG DOWLER GRAIN and Conmiciion Merchants CaTgary Edmonton Lethbridge Our- entire organization Is at your service and icith our exper- ience we cm 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 For .Office 1865 Lethbridge Quota- Rei. 1811 Lethbriifije j tionj. See Our Agentt who are in your J. A. CUMMING Manager Winnipeg. Sept.. There was practically no change ID the cash situ- ation today, except that there was very little demand for oats. The wheat ex- port company was a buyer of Numbers I. 2 aud 3 Northern wheat, millers and shippers were on tbe market for Num- Lers 2 and J. and offerings were show- ing more plentiful. J All grades of oats were dull today, with no demand, except for toughs. Cash., barley was about the Fame as yesterday-with a good demand.' Flax was firmer with better inquiry, offer- ings were light. Winnipeg cash oals closed H to 3sc lower for October a.ud November; De- cember and .May uacaan.5ed_._ Barley was unchanged. Flax was higher." Winnipeg Markets Oct....... Nor......... Dec......... -May........ Ocl......... Oct..... N'ov......... Dec. Winnipeg Cash Prices No. I Nor...-221 No. 2 Xo. 4 No. 6 Nor... 155 65 No. 2 61 OS 65 V> 63 H 07 135 320 325 320 32S Highest Prices! Prompt Returns! Liberal Advances on Bills of Lading. WE TRADE IN SAMPLE AND GRADED GRAIN and ask you to mark your Bill of Lading "SAMPLE TRADING" and give us a trial. We Check up, Grading and and Advise You Promptly. Pike Grain Company, Ltd. LICENSED AND BONDED i LethbrTa'ge Calgary Edmonton A. E. REESOR, Manager, Phone 616, Residence 1862 No. 3 Nor...215 No. 5 Nor..il9i Fe.ed........... Xo. 2 C. W. 87 Extra Xo. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed.. C4H No. 3 ......125 No.. 4, Rejected and feed .............115H No. 1 X. W. C. ..'.......-..-.....331 No 2 C. W. 325 3 Cr W. 314 'Chic'aflO Chicago, Cash nominal., 2 to No. 3 yellow to: 203; Xo. '4 yellow. .noiniuaL 3 white Stiy to C. P. R. Sale: 152. Sept. sales Pacific 152; U. S. Steel li; U. S. Steel .117. Minneapolis Close Minneapolis, Minn., 3 C.W., 197 to 10S. 3 wbite. 57% to nalenb, 'Hrff.clcara, second clears, J31.50 to Your Lading "Sample Trading-" In tKe, contract grades of wheat it'will do no harm and in all .-other grades and grains it may be decidedly to your advantage. With ,branches at both Winnipeg and Fort William, we can give excellent .urvlce, whether celling on sample or en grsoe. JAMES RICKAKDSON LIMITED 201 Sherlock Bldg. Lethoridge Branch Phone 777 W.J. Lloyd, Mgr. W. H. Randall, Acct._ We are in th: market now, as alwayi, for BALED HAY AND POTATOES. Let us know when you will be to ship. PARMTKODUCTS; LIMITED Have Us Install Furnace NOW So It will be all ready- to uao needed. We are prepared (o put la new Hues, cold _afr bdxes, 07 to build an entire furn- ace it requlred.MVe have ample labilities and'-'equal skill. You can depencl upon our work every Umo and you'll thA upon Inquiry that our ?re always ei- trembly reaaonablcx The Dixon Sheet Metal Co. REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBHIOGE, ALBERTA Kentishmen's Vegetable CprnptetitFon The monthly snoVmg'o'r viigelablcs at meeting onTues-1 clay evening again Drought out a good display and was of a high standard. The following were the awards of] the Onions, isL-C. Doe, 2nd C. Wakelln, 3rd W. Hawkins, 4th E. Ilagell. Vegelahle: E. Impett, 2nd C. E. Rossi- ter. Swede C. 2nd E. RossitSr, 3rd C. .Wakeltn, -Ith W. Hawkins. C., Wakelln, 2nd C. W. "llaw-j kins. lirussels C. Walie-1 lin (one Special mention j he made of the vegetable mar- row displayed hy E. .Impett, who captured first In this class with a line specimen weighing- )2 The competition for next-month will be carrots parsnips (3, calibage Sav- oys cauliflower and 2 heads of celery. ANNOUNCEMENTS J A' dance will lie held In the K. ol P. i hall tonight. 'Everybody welcome. Good orchestra. Gents 75c, ladles free. 241-1 Supply Co? 2nd Ave. 8. and 13th Streei, tily 4ni. 8UILOINO A RAILWAY SURPLUS EQUIPMENT ANDERSON AND EMERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS ITCtllol tonTcnllon, I (fen, oosled BlILKIES 172S-TAKE A TRACTOR ATTACH. AUTOJBAIL2RS BiNOEK ENQINEC LINE CAR Jlizpah lodge No.-12, I.O.O.F., are holding a dance In the" K. of P. hall on Thursday, Oct. IS. DaActng from 9. to 2 o'clock. Oenla 11.00, extra lady Me. 244-1 Daughters and Maids of Englanrl are holding a whist drive and dance In the H.O.K. hall on Tuesday, O.cl. 2cd, the proceeds to huyHohaccb for. the Lclhbrldge boys at the (roiit. Gontt SO cenlr, ladles 25c. Miss Arnold will play for the dancing. 244--I FINE GROCERIES That fill the bill ini help f the i ALL GOODS 6HEAP NO "CHEAP" You can go E. L Jarvis FOUR Days More of the DOLL GUESSING CONTEST See the'Dolli'ln our window. Gut-ss the number, and have the -opportunity of winning of the three BtauUful Baby DclE Prizes. Contest Closes Satur- day Night; Ike Red Cross Dng Book Co, Laitel PHON'S CITY AND DISTRICT Provincial Secretary In City Hon. A. J. MacLean, provincial sec- retary, was a business lu tho cliy Orunk Fined Chas. Johnson was. fined 515 and costs in A.P.P. court on a charge of being drunk. For Patriotic Fund The.lion. Treas. R. J. acknowledges Iho receipt of a contri- bution of from Mr. John James of Commerce, handed io him by .Mr W. A. Duchdna, M.P. For Belgian Relief W. A. Buchanan, M.P.. acknowledges the receipt of a contribution of ?GO.OO to the Belgian Relief fund, from the Girls' Belgian Relief club, of 1'inchcr Creek. Alia. Also from Friend" for tlio same fund. Phonograph For G. W. V. A. Tile Great War Veteran's thin "desire to .acknowledge will thanks Ihe receipt.of a. phonograph from Mr.' and Mrs. G. H.-MacLeod to their club quarters. Milk River Man Hers Paul Madge, president of the Jli! River Slulual Fire Insurance Co., is I the" city today; adjusting a claim o Ben! Pengilly. whose granary with col "lents was .destroyed- Close H. 8. Co.'s The Hudson's Bay Co. will close til tea room after Saturday next. Th appreciated ttiri excellen service given by (lie store in this 'dc partmenl, ami will be disappointed I W it is" to be discontinued. Clean. and Sanitary. Toilets cleaned daily with I SAXI-FLILSH-'" Are always clean and1 sanitary. trouble to uce, odorless arTd non-poisonous.-- 25c J. Higinbolham Co WhDlcuti anil ctwml TELEPHOrlE1 NO. Death of Acid Lady Mary Gamble, aged 95 years, died a (he resilience of her son-in-law. Mr. r G. 100S Cth Ave. S. Theifun eral, whicli is private, will be. a" nounceo'in 'tomorrow's paper. Ily sp ciaf request of the departed, no floi ers. _- Date of Hearing Not Set So far no word has. been received the city by interested .parties as i when the Lethbridge hearing inlo II cost of living will be held. .This 1 yestigation 'is being niade in accor Btira with the agreement between tl miners and mine operators of the dl Irict. By-lifting three floor In alupon which 3S men can be carried motor- truck seats arc formed' comfortably. rr-r Scalslilpt (First (imiWy) OYSTERS III Fresh Today. DELANYS MEAT PHOhE 452 I Take your Bath In a handsome, sanitary porce- lain or enamel tub, H is twice as pleasant and-far more health-" fill ainTsatlsfactory-'Sueh a tub Is not a luxury .'so-far ns cost is concerned. We are prepared to put one in vour bathroom aM a figure .which will surprise you by' its moderation. Walker PLUMBING, HEATING AND GASFITTING Phone 521 518 4th Ave. S. Attempted Murder Tomorrow morning will probably see the adjournment of Ihe hearing of the case against Florence Wein and J. W.'Workman on a charge of attempted murder. The case haa boon adjourned until .Friday morning, the parties beingNout ,6n bail of 5400. each. Mason Risch Limited Dtock Vlttrolai, Victor Accordeofii, Sheet nd MuiTcal MtrchimtlM MaEI Ordeis Elks Meet Tonight Thu B. P. O. Elks will inset tonight In their club rooms -In the Alberta block, at 8 o'clock. The executive is paitlcularly anxious Uiat. mem- ber make a special effort to he present in is evening. Plans fprHlie, Call. ami winter activities are lielng formuraletl and they want a good.crowd on haiid.' The entertainment committee is mak-i ing 'ois preparations and they want cat-h member to point to Jj'e there this .evening. A Helping Hand Charles Colriey and Us Fortl Iruck got stuck on Ihe river hill the other rlay and thereby hangs a talc. Sergt, Trickery and Const. of Hie AN lierta Provincial I'olice, came along ,nrt offererl a helping hand., Under- neath a tarpaulin In the truck they look a peek and found there ten cafeea of "Queen of Scots" whiskey. Colnoy was taken in along with his Ford truck, and appeared lieforc Magistrate Elton. He had n6 defence to make and was fined and costs. UNDERVVOOD TYPEWRITERS, F. 4 E. WRITER, CHICAGO PENCIL SHARPENER, OFFICE FURNITURE, TYPEWRITERS OVERHAIJLED, CLEANED AND REPAIRED. EVERYTHING FOR THE OFFICE Everall Franks Sinnott Block, Corner 4th Ave. and 5th St 527 8TH ST. S. H AY WANTED A few carloads of good hay for shipment. Advise quality ami quantity and when delivery can be t" 8AUNDER.44IAY (JRAIN CO, 12'21'Sicond Avc. S. Phone 732 BIG STOCK. lAL'L SIZES. GET .OUR'PR ICES. Factory VICTORIA CLEARINGS Victoria, B. 0., Sept. for the wceti ending today last year CLEARINGS Vancouver, Sept. clear- Ings for the week ending today last year and In J5C64.80I. r. fn memory of Pie. H. W. Millar, kill- ed In actln.n, Sepl. Ofie yeaj'.haa passed ainie wujoal him, Friends rrfay thlnft trio la healed. Little do they know Tfial'n beneath n concealed. Inserted by Mrl. pillar and Sop. CALGARY LIVESTOCK. ._____ Calgary, Sept. six Inm- Ircd head of calllc on the market ami 'ive hundred arriving loilay, prices show no afgns of weakening and shippers rather show a disposition to ask more money. There was noth- ing first class offered this morning, (he run being of a.vcragc butcher cat- tle. Top sale was although JJ0.50 vas asked for acme heller class-stuff. Ilulk of sale; lo fS.75. There wds only one load of hogs In alght and this was not sow .M.was asked tor It but this was m6re than- buyers would ray at Iho moment. N'o sheep offered. WINNIPEG CLEARINGS 1 Winnipeg, Sepl. Hank clearings for tho week ending loday are and for Ihe corresponding week lasl Slianipooiiijf, Coinb- in'ijfs Up, Facial Electrolysis ETC., ETC., ETC. Phone 1710 Room 1 MOVINQ We Make Furniture I'ianos The' onljr eovsred: vans In', the .city. Furnlturc-storerf. PHONES: Coal Storage 1097 1089 The McLean Transfer. Painstaking Work BY MEN WHO KNOW HOW AT THIS BARBER SHOP. WESTBROOK BROS, THE SANITARY SHOP On Elh Street 3. Off 3rd Ave. Opposite Bank of Montreal. (Formerly Barber! for W. A. shellac will mend broken fountain tea larrels. SALU By Carfoad DOWSLEY. LAND AOtNCY 1503 Electric Irons Will advance In price In a few days. have. Hot Point, Can- adian Beauty, and all the popular makes. l.f you ara Interettecf, buy at we offer In Electric Tosst- erSj Consumers' Hardware Co.