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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SYNONYMOUS TERMS HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta 'Quality' and Taylor- Made Takes the "Ake" out of Bake Extra Week-end Specials at Good's YEAR WE HAD A SHIPMENT FROM THE SAME MAN AND TIME AND WE. WERE UNABLE TO GET AN Y MOB ,E 1M I THE LALLES0lN LOT OF FRUIT THIS FREE! Palmolive Soap FREE .90c WORTH FOR 50c THE KENNY ALLIN CO, Ltd. NEXT DALLAS PHONE 1487. WEEK END AT MOST REASONABLE PRICES. ITALIAN PRUNES. Now is the time to got these for preserving. The (innlliy and price is right. The ones we are oftoring are heavy discs holding from 3 to 3 pounds more than tho in sliane and would 51.15: koep for ten 'days or more. Price per cusu SUGAR PRUNES. These are very sweet and Hike veri- little sugar for preserving. We made a re- markable good buy on these. Per case 90c (Special prices on Prunes in ;i or 111 case FREESTONE PEACHES. Extra large size. All No. 1 quality, per basket BLACKBERRIES. Daily shipments from Spokane. 2 baskets fresh lot from California, 10 arrive Saturday. Price 8 Ibs. for.......2Sc APPLES. MclNTOSH HEQS. A very fine eating apple. Price 3 Ibs. for 25c No. Vs, per case BEITEN- HEIMERS, ETC. All unwrapped orchard run but sound. Very good for cooking or baking. Price. i'i Ibs. for Price per case ONTARIO PURE WHITE CLOVER HONEY. All fresh. Tills year's product. Quality exceptionally fine. .lust In. Tint Sealers, each 40c f> Ib. pails, each 10 Ih. pails, each HUBBARD SQUASH. Per pound 4c COOKING ONIONS, fi'lbs. for 25c VALENCIA or SPANISH ONIONS, I! Ibs. for CRANBERRIES, Capo Cods. First lot this sraEou. I'rice CONCORD GRAPES. Ontario's, per basket.. 55c TOKAY GRAPES. Californias. per Ib....... 20c Per basket QUEEN OLIVES. In bulk, per pint...........25c PEANUT BUTTER. Squirrel Urand. An extra fine quality. In bulk, per Ib................... 25c In 1 Ih. tins, each ........................30c TOMATOES, per basket ..............40c RIPE TOMATOES, per crate 51.45 GREEN TOMATOES, per Ib................ :lc TRANSCENOANT CRAB APPLES. 10 Ib. cases. Kacll.................................. 51.50 BARTLETT.PEARS. 40 Ib. cases. Price pel- case 53.25 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 COMFOKT ROOMS" TELEPHONE 1710. HULL BLOCK MARKETS CHRISTMAS PARCELS FOR OUR SOLDIERS UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE WOMEN'S CIVIC CLUB, A Parcel Shower WILL. BE HELD IN THE Y. M. C. A. ON FRIDAY EVENING, SEPT. 29th. A SOLDIER. Each parcel to contain small box Oxo cubes, one box cigar- rites or tobacco, one khaki colcred handkerchief and candy. There arc Lethbridge boys overseas. Make each one happy with a parcel. Winnipeg, Sept. clos- ed under the high for si! futures. The "cash market was abnormal, there being suddenly practically no demand with the premiums .tumbling. Prem- iam on No. 1 Northern is down _2c j from "Wednesday's finish, being oc: the spread between one and two was maintained, however, the premium on No. 2 Northern being only Ic over the option. Export trade was poor, there seem- ed to be no new business. Exporters i bought options liut it was to cover I previous cash transactions. Data were weak and cash .barley seemed to be the only thing with any strength in the cash. WINNIPEG CASH PRICES i No 1 Nor...l65ii No. 2 Nor.. .16114 No. 3 Nor.. .158% No. 4 Nor.. .152% ,No. 2 C. W.. 53% No. 'i C. W.. 52% i Extra 1 Feed 525s I No. 1 Feed.. 52Vi No. 2 Feed.. 51% No. 3 92% No. 4 Site PLeiected and Xo'TjT W C.............. 202% NCK 2 C. W................. 201% FUTURES o Winnipeg ipec 152% 155% 153% Oats- 0ct _........ a2% Dec'............. 50 For Lethljridgc "Men" Overseas Dress Your Parcels iu 1 XmasClothes WE HAVE THE .MATERIALS Xr.iAS TAGS AND SEALS XMAS TAPES AND PAPERS Also many suitable and useful gifts that tiie boys at the front will REMEMBER THE WOMEN'S CIVIC CLUSS XMAS CLUB FfOR LETHPRIDGE MEN OVERSEAS AT Y. M. C. A. FRIDAY NIGHT AT EIGHT O'CLOCK. Ike Red Cross Drig Book Co., United PHONE 555. WEATHER Lethbridge, clear 50 Edmonton, clear 46 Swift Current, cloudy., i-i Regina; clear 47 Prince Albert, fair 42 Port Arthur, fair SI' Nelson, clear M! Deer, clear 50 Calgary, clear 50 Medicine Hat. clear 48 Macleod, clear........ 52 Moose Jaw, clear Jaskatoon. fair Brandon, clear All has been fair vith frost at most points last night in lie prairie provinces. Forecast: All today ant on Friday, a little higher temperatur Friday. GERMANS TO GUNS Prisoners Say Men Volunteer Freely For Desperate Practice a recent Rus- sian advance on the Riaa front, a; Rus- sian o..cer said 'During a successful enveloping movement our men a strange sight. Three machine guns stood in a splendldH fortiiied position protect- ed by armor, ami to each of the two" "German soldiers were fettered. Ei en the oHicer who was instructing the men the guns fettered also. Some of the men were wound- ed, and were standing in pools of their own blood. "The German gunners absolutely re- fused to make 'any statement, but some other prisoners stated that this fettering process was practiced very often in their army, with the consent of the soldiers. They said there was no lack of volunteers for this practice and that tiie. men who consented to he fettered to the machine guns were treated much' better than their com- rades, receiving more food." Dec. 199 Minneapolis Wheat- Sept. Dec........: Chicago SepL Dec. 'llaj 160% -153% 151 !4 165% 163% Grocery Specials 155 154% .._............ 154% WEDNESDAYS LIVESTOCK PRICES S5.75 to 5C.70: Jeeii ers to 86.25; heifers to wethers to hogs; ?10.30 to ?11.10. I 16 to cows j 53.40 to ?9.25; hogs 56.75 to ?10.90; i sheep to These are TO USE PHONE 1766 20 It B. C. Sugar and of Blue Rib- bon tea 38 Ib. lack of Our Best Flour and one Ib. of Blue Ribbon .Tea or any 45c tea for St. CharlesiMilk, per tin Corn and Peafc Z tins for., -oc Tomatoes, large fir.s, per tin 15c Corn Starch, 3 for......... J5c Krumbles, a new breakfast food, per package lOe New Post Toasties. per pkg. .lOc Rolled Oats, per pkg 40c Brookfield Sausage. To ar- rive fresh, tomorrow. Per one Ib package 25c Lawndaie Creamery Butter, per pound 40c Blueberries', 2 tint for 25c Raspberries, per tin 25c Petted .Meats, 4 tins for Pork and Beans, 3 for Jello, 3 pkgs for......... 25c Ice Cream Powder. 2 pkgs.. 25c Royal Crown Soap Wash Powder, 2 pkgs for.......45c Sunlight and Lifebuoy Soap, 11 bars for......... 50c Carnival .Toilet Soap. Fancy box of 3 "bars, box 20c Carnation Wheat Flakes, per _ package 50c DRY GOODS toys' Fleece Lined Underwear, per suit Ten per oent Discount on all yard goods. Khaki HmnakerchTefs, 2 for 2Bo North Trading Co. THIRTEENTH STREET N, WB AKE THE OWNERS OF THE 8UPINA MERCANTILE n FIFTEENTH STREET N. LOCAL MARKETS Gram Livestock Prices Track prices Wheat .....14714 Oats 45% Flax 186% Barley 80% Wagon Prices Wheat 143 Oats 41% Flax. 176 Barley 67 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, to 6H; fat cows to Select hogs, 150 to 200 Sheep, choice killing w'ethera Choice killing eweHi" 7c; Relieves chapped hands, sore lips, and roughness of the skin immediately. Also excellent after shaving. 25c. a bottle J. D. "Alberta's Pioneer prucigliU." Tke Mori DRAYING OF ALL KINDS COAL CO.D. PHONE I 34 5 Turner Witt-hell Office at 410 13th.St. North. Formerly operated North Lethbridge Oiiry. Wholesale and. retail chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 FURNACES Sheet Metal Work CITY AND DISTRICT Commissioner to Come Commissioner and Mrs. Son-ton wil pay a special visit to the Salvatio Army on Sunday. Emergent Masonic Meeting Lethhridge Lodge No. 39, A. F. an A. y. will hold an emergent meetln toniglit. Second degree will he pu on. Visiting brethren cordially we come. Pentecostal Mission A special business meeting will b held ou Friday, Sent. 29th at 8 p.m DV Every member is urged to b present. Will each one try to be time. IE Its Appearancg 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 Fiour. Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Limited JOHN GILMORE'S QUAKER BREAD HAVE YOU HAD BREAD THAT IS DRY AND TASTE- DO NOT THINK FROM THAT EXPERIENCE THAT ALL BAKERS' BREAD IS ALIKE. TRY QUAKER BREAD ONCE AND TASTE THE DIFFERENCE: BEYOND question the finest stove value in Canada to-day. Only tho resources of the fircat Gurney-Oxford foundriss are equal to the task of giving it toyou at the new low price. High grade "construction, awonderful oven and a life- time of splenditlbaklng results are yours in the Golden Nuggett steel range. We are proud of (his outstanding example ot CompJetcMVlUi 9" covers, 20" oven, rlBlit OUR of 100 days trial for satisfaction, or your 'money back, and the Gumcy-Oxford reputation, are your complete protec- tion. Come In and see this and other splendid mnncy-savinS Gurncy-O.nfards before you buy, Gas Heateirs, all sizes to HAYR HARDWARE CO. Phone 575 P. O. Box 275 Geo. B. Dlxon Gu. PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK Dr. Keillor Back Dr. T. A. Keillor, formerly ,ot Ray- mond, who saw afcrvlce with the Army Medical Corns W the Galllpoli cam I palgn, Is hack at'E-lmonlon. where he i will resume practice. Me leoftircs on 'his experiences in nalilpoli In an Bjl monlon church one evening this week Unwise, Says Hospitals Con mission, to Bring Back Other Classes Dominion hospita commission has been in receipt of r commendations that a larger number of Canadian wounded be brought hack to the Dominion for treatment than are at' present being brought over, there, are upwards ot Cana- dians now in hospitals "in Great Bri- tain. So far only about 8000 wounded Canadians have been returned. these most were unlit for further ser- vice, and were destined (or discharge. Some came back on special permits to finish courses which had been incom- pleted1 when they left., while in the case of others who failed to be ap- pointed many returned when their working pay ceased. Five hundred men, including all these classes, were returned this week. It has been urged that the number he .increased la- in- clude many Canadian patients now in hospital, arid that amputation cases be included. Questioned about these suggestions recently, U. H. Scammell, secretary of the hospitals commission, said: "Of the Canadians now in hospitals n England, a large percentage will jo back to the front, as soon as they lave convalesced. It would obviously unwise-to suggest-tliat these men be brought back for treatment in Canada, owing to the expense and scarcity of transports. There are to the serious na- :urc of their wounds, could not travel. it is the class between tliese two that we have been taking. It is not con- sidered advisable, tliat .men .who would return to l.fie front after con- valescing should be brought hack to Canada. Neither Is it possible to take hack the heavily wounded until they are St. to travel. Up to the present It has been the policy that only those who arc discharge should be re- turned. These iaalude many amputa- tion cases." "The sales'of Noblemen Cigars have more thin trebled during the past threo .months. Have you tried ononrs ago, has been appointed residentiary Canon o Winchester CallieuTai.-England. CREAM WANTED i HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR NO. 1 CREAM, AND CHECK SENT FOR EACH SHIPMENT BY RETURN MAIL MILK IV.ILK AND DELIVERED CREAM 'DAILY. BABIES' MILK supplit'i from individual cows that have passed, the tubercular test by "the govern- ment veterinarian. EOGEHILL DAIRY Phonie 1524, 801 7th The CAFE THAT SERVES ALL Home Cooking Now In charge of DALLAS HOTEL None but white people employed, SPECIAL 3-COURS'E LUNCH C-R DINNER at Samuel veteran laud sur- veyor, and well known all over New Brunswick, is dead. He was Ule dis coverer ot tho tungsten mines .oh llir Miramlchi. ;