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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR a Hotel in Alberta SYNONYMOUS TERMS 'Quality' anc Tayior- Made Takes the "Ake" out of Bake FREE! To everyone buying one box of Palrnolive Face Powder at 50c, or one jir of Palmolive Vanishing at 50c, we will give 3 cakes of Palmollve Soap FREE ,90c WORTH FOR 50c THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. Extra Week-end Specials at Good's THIS WEEK WE ARE OFFERING OUR FIRST LOT OF PURE WHITE ONTARIO CLOVER WS ALSO A VERY FINE LOT OF FRESH FRUIT THIS WEEK END AT MOST REASONABLE PRICES. ITALIAN PRUNES. Now is the lime to tlu-se for preserving. The quality ami price is risht. Tho ones we are offering are heavy cases holding from 3 to o pounds more than the of them. They are In excallcnt'Ghane and woiild: keep for ten days or more. Price per case SUGAR PRUNES. These are very sweet aml-lako very little sugar for preserving. We made a re- markable good buy on these. 1'er case 20c (Special prices on Prunes in a or 10 case lots.I FREESTONE PEACHES. Extra large size. All .No. 1 quality, per basket 10o Per case BLACKBERRIES. Uatly shipments from Spokane. 2 baskets for............................. 35c Per crate SWEET POTATOES. A fresh lot from California, to arrive'Saturday. Price 3 Tos. for.......25c. APPLES, MclNTOSH REDS. A very fine eating apple. Price Ibs. for 25c No. 1's, per case Xo _'s, per APPLES. DUCHESS, WEALTHIES, BEITEN- HEIMERS, ETC. All unwrapped orchard run but sound. Very good for cooking or baking. price, 6 for 26c Price per case ONTARIO PURE WHITE CLOVER HONEY. All fresh. This year's product. Quality exceptionally fine. Just in. Pint Sealers, each IOC il Ib. pails, each 10 111. pails, each....................... S1.SO HUBBARD SQUASH. Per pound 4c COOKING ONIONS, C Ibs. tor 25c VALENCIA or SPANISH ONIONS, 3 Ibs. for 25c CRANBERRIES, Cape Cods. First lot this season. Price per Ib. 15c CONCORD GRAPES. Ontario's, per basket 45c TOKAY GRAPES. Californlas, per Ib....... 20o Per basket QUEEN OLIVES, in bulk, per pint..........25c PEANUT BUTTER. Squirrel Brand. An extra fine quality, in bulk, per Ib................... In 1 Ib. tins, each 30c RIPE TOMATOES, per basket..........-----40c RIPE TOMATOES, per crate GREEN TOMATOES, per Ib................ 4c TRANSCENDANT CRAB APPLES. 40 Ib. cases. Each S1.50 BARTLETT PEARS. 40 Ib. casos. Price per case S3.25 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Its Appearance tells you nothing of the Qyality 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 J 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 ROOMS" TELEPHONE 1710. HULL BLOCK Salberg Grain Company >inn' iLIUII Why not handle your wheat? You can get in direct touch with at all times which is impowifale when doing busi- ness firms hundreds cf_ mt'es away. Prices and bids willingly given at all times. Quick, efficient and careful ser- vice. Salberg Grain Co. Hull Block, Lethbridge. j. H. TALLING, Local Manner. PHONES 1580. Residence 572. (Special to the Herald) Macleod, Sept. has been received; that' ilajor Onnond and Percy V. Sutton, both of the famous MARKETS Winnipeg, Sept. 29. Winnipeg wheat closed today to 1% cent lower with October at Novem- ber at 15S; December at 153% and May Oats closed unchanged to 1 "4 cents higher, with October at December 50% and Alay SSVic Barley closed Sc Tiigtier with Octo- ber at Flax, closed 7% "to up, with October.' at '212H; 'November S09K ar.3 December closed cents to m cents lower, .with September at December fi2Ts and May at 160V4. JUnneapoils- "closed -74 cents to cents lower with September -at December and ;ilay at After opening. strongly ad- vancing rap.idTj for no apparent rea- son export demand or sales, .around 12i45 Chicago market broke sharply and Winnipeg follow- ed suit. The break was an unexpect- ed one. Maybe the reported short in- terest in Chicago, was may- be some .of the big holders thought it time to take prof its: Possibly ing sales nere bigger than expected. Nobody seemed to know, it just broke. 10th, have again returned to the firing j jn vjeft Ot the cash demand, prices line somewhere iu France. Major Or- j are loo perhaps it was a natural raond was a barrister in practice at reaction. It was a sharp break, but Pincher Creek. He was a ccptair. ia nothing in the nature of. a slump the Canadian militia. He is well known pjax furnished all the sensations ol at Portage la Prairie where he lived the day. Winnipeg closed over for a number of years. His sister, j Thursday's close and TJuluth market Miss F. Ormond, was a teacher for awas 9 to lOc higher. Winnipeg Caih Pncet number of years at the Macleod public j i schools Major Ormond joined the j llOth battalion at the outbreak ot northern war aad through some of Voi-them r first battles Percy V. Sutton was, 3 xorthern fhe outbreak of tbe war, principal of .Northern the Macleod public school. He was among the first to offer his Get a Pair of Rtjbber Gloves Shield your bauds from harm which ,the cold weather will Don't immei'se your hands in cold water and then expose them to" the air. Get a" pair our Rubber Gloves and wear them when washing dishes and doing other rough Price Zoc a pair Tke Red Cress Drag Book Co., United PHONE 555. to his countn. -ifter going through some0of the notable engagements he- was in the and head. He also was a. member of the fighting Tenth. His parents Hartlepool, England. live at West 2 C. W. Extra 1 Feed No. 1 Peed No. 2 Feed xo. NO. 4 163% 156% 149% 104% 53% 52% 51% I 90 STRONG DOWLER GRAIN and Commiision Merchants Our. entire organization la at your and with our exper- ience tatcly cuarantee to., cet -TOU the best prices for grmin any time and far iray. grade or kind of grain. phone M 19U Calgary) Offioi 1M> Lethbrldgc 1811 Lethbrldge j For Quota- tiortl. OUP Agents who are In your district J. A. CUMMINS Manager PLAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. c. r. it PHONtS: S. A. COMMISSIONER Rejected'and Feed......'..... 78 o. IN.' (Soecial w tie j Macleod. Sept Commissioner i Charles Sowton, commander and chief of the Salvation Army forces in the territory west of the Great Lakes, with headquarters at "Winnipeg, is on a tour'.of inspection throughout B. C. and Southern "Alberta. They are due to arrive at -Macleod at 17.35 o'clock W FUTURES Winnipeg' Dec. May 156 157% on Monday, October 2nd, and will _ 1 ipeak at the local hall at 8 p.m. The j tmt jt t 53 I formation of the Macleod corps 50 financial times, i but however a marked improvement has been .made since. The commis- sioner has over 32 years'.experience in the faiiks'of the Salvation Army. He is a fluent speaker and his ad- dresses are rich, with .splendid Inci- dents' which have taken place in his vast He will be accom- by Major Hay, the divisional i commander from Edmonton. 207% 15916 154% I 52% LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Dec Minneapolis Sept Dec Chicago Sept Dec May HAVE A CARE This is the Reason when the kiddies begin sniffle and wheeze. The beat possible ''insurance policy" against future condi- tions that are bound to as sure as the landlord'_ for his to keep handy a bottle of it's the kind of policy thaf; pays its own premiums.' Good for youngsters snd oidstcrs. v Higinbotliaiii'H Piilinonle Syrup 25c, 50c, am! I D. Higiobotham Co. "Alberta's Pbncer Tke Wholeszle and retail cbemisti TELEPHONE NO. 322 JOHN GlliORFS QUAKER BREAD MADAM SELLING YOU ONE LOAF WILL NEVER KEEP OUR PLANT BUSY. OUR OB- JECT IS TO MAKE QUAKER BREAD SO GOOD THAT YOU WILL ALWAYS WANT IT. ONCE A CUSTOMER ALWAYS A CUSTOMER IS OJOK MOTTO. THAT MEANS OUR BREAD HAS GOT TO BE RIGHT. IT IS. Thursday and today are being cele- brated by the local Jewish colony, it being the occasion of the Jewish New I Year. According to Jewish calculation i the world is 5677 years old, Thursday! ushering in the iiGTSth year. Yes ter-, day was the first the Jewish! mouth Tishri. The New Year is being observed by i the local Jewish colony by a series of; deeply religious services. Last even- ing services were held in their hall in. the Higinbothani block. Rev. Levine i officiating, assisted by Mr. A. Scach-i ter. The ram's horn was blown, ing the service in commemoration of tiie days on Mt Sinai when the Jew- ish race leceivetUthe teu command-j ments. i Services are being held this after- noon at four o'clock and again this evening at seven. All the business; places of the Jewish colony have been" closed yesterday and to'day, but will be opened again tomorrow morning. CITY AND .______' Conduct. Meeting Major Hay, divisional commander I for the Salvation Army will conduct the meeting at the Citadel on_i Saturday evening at 8 p.m. Everyone! Attending Meetings W. A. Buchanan left today to at- tend a meeting at Winnipeg of the! Weaterni Associated Press, of wuich he'la a director. He may go from to Toronto to conference of Canadian publishers in regard to the critical situation in which the news- papermen are placed by the shortage, in news print. Track pricet Waoon Wheat .....146H Wheat ,.....143 Oats..... 44% Oats 4.114 Flax .......176 Barley Barley 67 LIVESTOCK PRICES to 6ii; fat cows 554 to 5% -Select hogs, 150 to 200 10'i Sheep, choice killing wethers Choice ..killing, ewes, 7c. YMTEBDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES 15.75 to Feeders, to 16.25; Ilcifere, 15.25 to tol6; Wettfere, 17.50 to HOft, Mlect, tlO 73. I 16.15 to 19.40, Cowl, 1340 HOfs, to 11070; Sheep, to 18.75. DRAYING OF ALL KINDS; GOAL c: o. PHONE 1345 Turner Office at Kenntdy't 410 '13th Nortti. Formtrly gptratid Crthbridga Dairy. J FURNACES AND. Sheet Metal Work Geo. R. Dixon Co., PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY 25 Gals, STEPHENS' OIL STAINS 75 Gals. STEPHENS' READY MIXED PAINTS AH Above in Half Pints, Pints and Quarts SLIGHTLY DAMAGED BY FIRE Per Gal. x HAYR HARDWARE CO. May Practise Medicine At tlie recent examinations of the University of Alberta the following candidates qualified to apply for li- cense 'to, practise medicine in Alberta. Herbert Russel Baines, Moose Jaw, Sask.; Harland Everott Dice, Magrath, Alfred Clayton Greenaway, bethnridge, Alberta; George Arthur Edward 'Kelman, Lougheed, Alberta; Thomas-J. Rosseau, Sylvan Lake, Al- berta. WHERE TO GO FOR Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL HARDWAREitO. PHONE 762 NOT BY BACK STREETS ,________ j Londoii, Sept. Daily Sketch gossip writer today remarks that Geii.' Sir Sam Hughes is, of course, in town, just now, and when he there'. iB no mistaking him, Tor he does not exactly slink down the back streets in disguise. He is fond of 'driving about in an .open car, and usually sits in J front With the chauffeur. ANNOUNCEMENT The ladies of the Autar Society and the Children of Mary of SI. Patrick's parish ifrill be In, charge of the sale ot needlework, made by the Sisters ot the Convent, tomorrow afternoon .in the.building recently occupied by the Standard' Furniture Company. Tea will be served and the proceeds given to the'Red Cross BOYS' CLOTHING Just Ai-rived! A large assArtinent of Suits and Oveiwate. Bring your boys and look these over." -y Thaell the Tailor 608 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH NEXT TO P. BURNS oian Plvt Staniirit Act! i There wilt be five H Land a id acts in the bif Pantagea bill at Orpheum nest .Monday evening. i MURRAY'S The CAFE THAT SERVES ALL Home Cooking Now'In charge of dining room DALLAS HOTEL None but white people employed SPECIAL SCOURSE OP LljrtCH OR DINNER at J3C CATTLE SHEEP CATTLE We are Offering toi; Hale at the- Stock Yards 40 head of cows and calves. 40 head of 2 year old steers. THESE ARE NATIVE CATTLE ANf} CHOICE FEEDERS. WE ALWA'YS HAVE STOCK CATTLE FOR SALE. head of thrifty breeding e w cs, for delivery (fctober 20th. Hatch Lewis PHONE 1482. i LIVE STOCK DEALERS OFFICE OIA BLDG. AND STOCK YARDS ;