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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING HERALD JOB DEPT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beit a Day Hotel in Alberta SYNONYMOUS TERMS 'Quality T T Ta.ylor' Made Takes.the "Ake" out of Bake FREE! To everyone buying one box of Pnlmoiive Face Powder at 50c, or one jsr of Palmollve Vanishing Crefm at 50c, we will 3 cakes of Palmolivc Soap FREE .90c WORTH FOR 50c THE KENNY ALLIN CO., LtH. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. For the Woman Who Cares! SHAMPOOING AND HAIR DRESSING, MASSAGING. CHILDREN'S HAIR BOBBING AND MANICURING. ALL KINDS OF HAIR WORK i DONE. "THE LADIES; COMFORT BOOMS" TELEPHONE 1710.. ROOM 1, HULL BLOCK A Few Specials To-night After Six at Good's SUGAR PRUNES. About '40 While they WASHINGTON BLACKBERRIES. Good sited 60c baskets. Wllllo they last, 2 for 25c iusi. i'er case ITALIAN PRUNES, per basket............ 25c FREESTONE PEACHES, per basket THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES MARKETS Winnipeg. wheat closed V- to 7s cents higher, with Oc- tober quoted at 159% to 160. Xovem- ijer December at and May at 165U. Oats were Me lower to Ve higher, with October at Dece'mber and May at to H. Barley was %e higher, with October at 90'i. Flax clgsed H to 2c higher with October at November 211V, and December 210Vi- Chicago closed U to lower, with September at 152. December all 154 and May at Minneapolis closed at. %c September at 164 to S. December 168% and May at 1607i. The day was one of the dullest since Uie new wheat began to move. Dulutli flax furnished the sensational points, fluctuating cents, selling up to 232V4 and dropping back to 2271s- Cash wheat was unsatisfactory. Pre- miums are steadily disappearing. That No. 1 Northern is down three cents, over the option early in the day. and it was rumored that even a lower price had been accepted, but this -was not verified. There was not one grade of spot wheat that could be said to be actively wanted during the entire ses- sion. FUTURES Winnipeg Oct............. WO May Oct. Dec Oct. ENLIST NOW With 239th BATT. KAILWAY CONSTRUCTION CORPS LT.-COL. J. W. STEWART IN COMMAND This popular battalion will require 100 more men from Alberta. TEAMSTERS, TRACKMEN, BRID6EMEN AND CARPENTERS This may be your chance to go along and help to consol- idate the positions now being won by the.Allies. LETHBRIDGE RECRUltlNG'OFFICE STREET. S. CALGARY RECRUITING OFFICE 702 CENTRE STREET. CALL OR WRITE FOR-FULL PARTICULARS GOD SAVE THE KING 155% 155Vs 52 50% 213 Get a Pair of Rubber Gloves Shield your ..hands from harm which the "cold weather will cause. Dou't immerse your hands in cold water, and then expose them to ,the air. Get a pair of our Rubber Gloves and wear-them when washing dishes and-doing other rough housework. Price 75c a pair Tke Red Cross Drag Btok Limited PHONE 655. V OPPOSE CONSCRIPTION Toronto, Sept. the trades and labor congress the vote of the delegates WUB un- animous against the adoption of conscription in Canada or any system of registration that would lead to conscription. In doing so they voiced the- same opinion expressed at tlie con- yress last year. WEATHER Lethbridge, cloudy CS 36 ,'KamloopP, cloudy ii2 38 Edmonton, cloudy M IU .OS Saskatoon, cloudy Battleford. fair -10 .38 Broadview, cleur ;11 clear -11 Winnipeg, fiii: Red Deer, fair Calgary, rain <0 :U .OS Medicine Hat, 50 Macleod, cloudy 68 36 Moose Jaw. clear 67 -13 Regina, cloudy HI 33 Prince Albert, fair...... 62 40 Brandon, clear 63 35 Port Arthur, clear 50 38 .Weather lias been fair and cool throughout the west. Forecast: Manitoba, fair today, showers during Saturday and, on Sun- day. Saskatchewan, partly fair, occas- ional showers today and on Sunday. Sunday cooler. Alberta, cold with oc- casional raiu or snow. Dec. V..... 213 Sept. Dee. Chicago AVheat Sept Dec.T May 167% 163% 155 U 164% 154% 164 li 103'i 152 154 153% WINNIPEG CASH PRICES No, 1 Xor...l61% No! 3 Nor...154% Mo. 5 Northern 2 C. 53 No. 1 Feed. No. 3 31 Rejected and Peed No. 1 N. W. C. No 2 C W No. 2 Nor. 4 nur. Vo 3 C W Feed. 52% 51% 8G 78 FRIDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES select, fU; feeders, to heifer to nether ?7 50 to I860 teers 7i to oO ?6 2 to cow IS340 to f93o hogs to j sheep to. j HAVE A CAKE I This is the season when the tiddies begin Uor sniffle and wheeze. ;'tl The "insurance against, future condi- tions that are bound to as sure as the landlord for his to; keep'handy a bottle of _ policy that pays''" its 'own premiums. Good for youngsters and pldsters. JS Higiubotliain's Pulmomo Syrup 25c, 50e, mid J. D. Higiobolham Co. "Alberts'! Pioneer Tke _ Wholesale retail cbemisU TELEPHONE NO. 322 Its Appearance tells you nothing of the Quality of Flour. It is the results that count. "OUR BEST" gives exceptionally good remits, because it {.EXCEPTIONALLY Good Flour. Ellison Milling Elevator Co. Limited CITY AND DISTRICT A. O. F. Meeting The A. O.. F. will bold their regular meeting in the Oddfellows' hall, Mon- day October 2nd. AH members are requested to attend. Teachers' Convention A convention the teachers of the Lelhbridge and Macleod inspectorates will be held on October 5th and 6th, next Thursday and Friday, in Central school. In Charge of Exhibit J. S. Chivers, a former well known resident of this city, is now in charge of an important exhibit of the Dominion Govt. Experimental Sta- tion at Invermere, B. C., that is being shown at the fall fairs at various B. C. points. Bruce Davies. Getting Well Bruce Davies; D.C.M., the local boy who has been slowly recovering in Charing Cross hospital, London, from a terrific smashing up from a German shell, is making speedy progress, ac- cording to word received by his family here. Lt.-Col. Mewburn, of Lethbridge, 1-who is in charge of Cliveden hos- pital in England, has had Bruce re- moved-to1 his'hospital where he can give him personal care, and Bruce is much more cheerful than he has been for many a long day. School of Agriculture Claresholm in Practical Agriculture and Domes- tic., Science will commence Tuesday, October 191B.-.T116 term closes March 30th. 1917. A two year in Agriculture concluded by an Associate .Diploma in Auriculture, and a two year course in Domestic Scisnct Is concluded by an Associate Diploma In Household Science, granted by the Department of Agriculture, Alberta. THE COURSE IS FREE No entrance requirement! are necessary. All students must be at least sixteen years of age to gain admittance. Application for- admission to the School this fall should be .made as won'ai possible. For calendar and further information apply to Hon. Duncan Marshall, Minister of Agriculture .Edmonton, or to Principal W. J. Stephen, Claresholm. LOCAL MARKETS Gram Livestock Prices Track prices Prices Wheat U'% Wheat 141 Oat 44% Oat 41% Flax ISoH 186 Barley 71 Barley 61 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steere, 654; fat cows i to a% j Select hog iSO to 200 IDS 10'A Sheep choice killing wsthei 7 Choice killing ewe 7c YESTERDAY'S LIVESTOQK PRICES CALGARY Steers JT 75 to J6 bO Feeders I 90 to Heifers J 2 to }o70 Wethers oO to J8 lO Hogs; select, S10.7t Steers 16 lo to ?t 40, Cows, J340 to HOIJS J6 in to J107U Sheep 40 to The CAFf-THAT SERVES ALL Homie Cooking New In of dining mem DALLAS HOTEL Nona but whltt employed SPECIAL 3-COUME Of" LUNCH-ON DINNED at JJC DRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. .Limited. C. P. R frttihl _ HM FURNACES AND :r.- Sheet Metal Work Geo. B. PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK Cattle for. Sale Hatch and Lewis are offering for ale at their stock yards fortv Head cows 'and. calves, 45 -head yearling and 2-year-old heifers, forty iteers. choice feeders ANNOUNCEMENT Wzpah Lodge No 72 I p O r will confer the Seeqtid. Degree, also unveil the honor njU'on '-Monday even- ing October 2nd All Oddfellows In the citj are cordially in.lted to attend Refre hments will be seried 'I ff nlife in the! ,The King aud Queen of Italy cele- height than brate their twentieth redding ann, Ikat ot Ntagara. Jversary year. H. G. KILNER SHOE, STOKE 414 13th Street North Repairs Neatly Executed GERMANS DEFEAT RUMANIANS Berlin, Via London, 'Sept. 30. under Generil f al kenhayn, former-chief of the German general have won a battle at Hermanstadt, Transylvania, defeating strong sections of the first Rumanian the offiqe announc ed today For Patriotic Fund The hon. treasurer, .R. J. Ritchie Paterson, acknowledges the receipt of from Mr. Howell Harris and from the Daughters ami Maids of Bng land, per Mrs. E. A. Scott, being. ceedn from whist drive held on the 27th inst. ___ Dominion Open The Dominion Bowling Alleys In the basement of the Dominion block will be open for business tonight at 7 o clock The and balls are in gnod shape, and tlie surroundings are very pleasant, wlitch will make bowling a 'verj this coming season JOHN GILMORE'S QUAKER BREAD WE USE THE VERY BEST FLOUR IN MAKING QUAKER BREAD AND OUR AIM IN BAK- ING IT 18 TO BRING OUT TO THE FULLEST EXTENT POS- SIBLE THE NATURAL SWEET WHOLESOME FLAVOR OF THE WHEAT. THAT IS THE REASON OF THt NUTTY FLAVOR OF QUAKER BREAD.' BEYOND question the finest stove value in Canada to-day. Only the resources'of the great Gumey-Oxford foundries are equal to the task of giving ittoyouatthenewlowprice. Highgrade a'wonderfuloven and a life- time of splendid baking results are yours in the Golden Nuggett steel range. We an proud of this outstanding oi Gurney-Onford skill. Complete air ?'covers, W oven, hand, TiMtvoIr, clput ai shown, OUR GUARANTEE of 100'days trial for satisfaction, or your money the Gumey-Oxford reputation, are your complete protec- tion. Come in and ice this and other splendid money-saving Curacy-Oxfords before you buy.''- SD W ?Gas Heaters, all sizes to HAYR HARDWARE GO. Phone 575 P.O. Box 275 Moose -Taw. Sask.. Sent, SO. A strong posse of mounted police and provincial officers are today scouring the country to the north of the city and west and south In search of the six yeggmen which Friday morning robbed the Caron branch of the Bank of Hamilton of According to the police they have a very meagre description of the men sntl today they admit that the robbers' left a stolen1 automobile inside the city lim- is on the road from Caron. The trail a blind one. reea) 1. The sales of Cigars have more than trebtid during the past three months. Have'you tried ono CREAM WANTED HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR NO. 1 CREAM, AND CHECK SENT FOR EACH SHIPMENT BY RETURN MAIL "MILK AND CREAM DELIVERED DAILY. BABIES' MILK MUV supjil'C'i from indiviijusl cowl Have "passed the' tubercular test by the govern- ment valarinarian. EDGEHILL DAIRY Phone 1524 101 7th St. S. Guaranteed Clothing Blues, and greys guaranteed by the makers in England who saj': "Absolutelj guarantee all blacks and blues. Our standard main- tained thioughout despite increased cost." These Goods Sold in Lethbridge AT ONE PLACE ONLY "0" The Tailor 410 BTH STREET SOUTH PHONE 166V LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA. Not the the BEST. SINGINQ The deepest gold mine in the world MRS. H. of is located in Brazil. Singing. For paiticulars apply to j. Germany now 1ms .iron money iu 1263 6th A S I circulation. STRONG DOWLER GRAIN and Commiiiion Merchants Our is at jour norvlco find wltli otlr exner- iGnre- ran saftij Kiiarantee to got jott liift prices for -jour grain at any time and for r.n? gride or kind of train. Phone M 1922 Calgary) For Office 1M6 Uthbridge Quota- 1811 Lethbrldje; liwni. Our Agents who are lnjyour dlltrlct. J. A. GUMMING ucthbridgti Manaior PRAYING OF ALL KINDS COAL C. 0. D. PHONE 1345 Tiu-Mer Witdiell Office at Kennedy's 410 13th St. North. Formerly operated North Lethbridge ;