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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor BsstSi.ZiadajnotelinHlberta "The Song of the Sweet Dough" Dough Soh Me Dough Life's One Prolonged Harmonic Chord "Taylor- made" adorns your board JAPANESE ORANGES A LARGE SHIPMENT AKRIVED TODAY This is the second'lot we have had this Ml, but the first real ripe I good ones. Every Orange ripe and sound, and every box chuck Price per box- 70C and _. full of Oranges. Office: THE GOOD CO. Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 CATTLE We-have two cars of Yearling, Two and. Three Year Old -Heifers in- today and two cars coming in tomorrow. HATCH LEWIS Office AcadU Bids. Live Stock Dealers, Slock Yard. MARKETS DON'T LEAVE YOUR XMAS SIFTS TO THE LAST MINUTE Call at Smith's Studio and mate an appointment tor a sitting today: ?bere is nothing more ac- 'ntahle than a portrait of your- 6r children for Christmaj -ills: A. EVLYN SMITH HIGH -CLASS PORTRAITURE Studio 906 Third Avenue S. Next to Baptist Church .Picture Did Not Come The picture featuring Hazel Dawn, in "Gambler's to have been shown at Starland tonight, dW not arrive this afternoon. The picture featuring, llary Picktord In be repeated by request. _____ DANCE Will be Held in BURGMANN HALL Every Thursday night. Dancing from 9 till 12 GENTS 50c. LADIES FREE NO SENSATIONS AT WINNIPEG; Winnipeg Man., Dec. mar- j ket opened without sensation of any j hind. The cash trade was demoraliz- no one knew what to do, so they' did' nothing, although there was some small trading. Winnipeg futures all opened lower. May was down and De-, cember down W cent. Immediately at'- j ter. the opening, the December price j re-acted to over a dollar. j A bit of gossip from Chicago occa-' sioned great indignation, as it credit- ed the commandeering of wheat to Winnipeg shorts. The exchange may possibly "take action on this aspersion! on the trade. The following is the item, sent out j bv the Chicago Herald, complained of: "It is said that Canadian traders were: I short November wheat in Winnipeg and American exporters were long on November and cash wheat there. The shorts saw no chance to get in -with- out a severe loss, and Induced the most influential politicians in western and eastern Canada to commandeer busbeis of cash wheat at Fort William ana Port Arthur to help them out. The story came from good I people Tuesday, and was quite gener- ally believed bj- the trade here. It is 'also borne out by a cable from Lon-, don saying that the British govern-; ment had not ordered the wheat." WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Dec. 1. Opening i and closing prices on the grain cx- rzr changes today were RECORD SHIPMENTS Wheat- Dec.......... -May Dec.......... Fort 'Wiiliam, OnL, Nov. 30. record which will likely stand for many years in lake shipping was made today when between .midnight last night Dec. and tonight, thirty-one steam- ers cleared for the east with the huge total of bushels of-grain, of -was wheat. The Colonel Schoonmalier carried the larg- est individual load when she cleared for Buffalo with bushels ot--wheat Open Close 091 i.02{ i.-03-i 1.0-li 1.80 PRICES I Wheat- No. 1 Nor................... No. 2 Nor................... No. 3 Nor................... dl; 1.S31 .1.89; Ivory Goods The Popular Christmas Gifts Parisian and French Ivory is manufactured in NORTHERN FRANCE, and some of these places have been destroyed by the Huns. Naturally, this .has caused a great shortage, but by buying early last spring we were able to secure a good which is now all ready for your inspection. Photo Frames.......25c to 75c Jewel to Dressing Trays..-51.25 to Hair Brushes.....52.00 to Mirrors to ?5.00 Combs .......-.............40c Manicure Trays ...........65c Manicure .Pieces ..........75c Nail Buffers.......75c to 31.50 Button Hooks ..-...........-GQc Soap Boxes.............v 75c Talcum Powder Sifters ,...50c Tooth Powder Boxes ......50c Cream Pots and 75c OUR ADVICE IF :-YOU WANT IVORY EARLY! The Red Cross-Drag Bsok Co., Limited CITY AND DISTRICT Oddfellows, Notice All members of the I.O.O.F. are re- quested to be at the C.P.R. depot at 3.10 p.m., Thursday aftrnoon, to at- tend the funeral of Bro. Neil Stalker- Citizens Ambulance Class Chief Hardy requests that all mem- bers be present at No. 1 Fire Hall to- night at S.30, to discuss important business in reference to the class. Goes to Europe Walter Ross, the well-known ranch: cf. leaves tonight for Europe, and will visit his son, Major Jack Ross, who is now In the trenches in .France. A Correction In the list of Chinese donors to the Patriotic anil Red Cross funds, the name of Lu Wong, who contributed ?3.00, should have read Lee Wong. Leaves for Calgary General Sir William Otter, super- intendent of detention camps in Can- ada, spent another day here In con- ection -with the local camp, and left this afternoon for Calgary. He was a guest at the Lethbridge during his stay here. Move Into Barracks The 39th Battery, officers and men, moved into barracks at the Exhibition grounds today, and they will be quar- tered there until their departure for the front. The quarters are very com- fortable, having been renovated by the engineering branch of the service. The boys had their first ineals there today. Funeral'of Nell Stalker The funeral of Neil Stalker, who met sudden death in an auto accident on Monday evening, near Purple Springs, will take place in Lethbridge Thursday afternoon, to the local cem- etery. The remains wllr reach the [city from Grassy Lake on the 3.10 p. Im.-train, and the funeral will take place from the depot AlBUUCiMM. MHUIWIWUI The Popularity ___ That ''OUR BEST" FLOUR enjoys is due only to the high- standard of quality maintained and the moderate price at which it is sold. See your grocer-about it NOW [LUSON MILLING ELIVATDR CO. Si Oats- ,No. -2 iNo. 3 C. W. LETHBRIDGE LAUNDRY GO. Limited 'All over one dozen in one parcel will be charg- ed for at 2 CENTS EACH. ALL LadiM' and Children's washed and dried and all pieces requlrlna starch are .lurched ready to .iron. The" whole preset. I. one of the MOST MODERN and SANITARY KIND. You onnot afford to mis. thi. opportunity to get WASH DAY OUT OF THE HOUSE. You can save Coal, .Starch and, b..t of all, save DRUDGERY. No Parcel Taken lor Less thau oOc. PLEASE GIVE US A TRIAL. Extra So. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed Barley- No. 3 4 Feed No. 1 C........... No. 2 0. W................. CHICAGO WHEAT 1-05 May .._... 1.07J i -MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT 99J May 1.03-} 09? 94} 4.0! 38 38 36 35 Blii 6H- 53" l.S2i 1.79i l.OBi- 1.09-J 1.01} 1.054; LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, SS.65-S8.75; steers, cows, heifers, Chicago: Hois, cattle, AN APPRECIATION We wiah to expreia to the good Housewives of Ue'h- brldae and Dlitrict, our appreciat'on of their patronage in rcipoins to our advertisement of our "ROUGH DRY" laun- dry work thcflnt of thi. month. We have had a good, healthy Increaw In this Ola., of work in the month of No- vember over any prevlou. month. This we think Is large- Iv.duejto the fact that we reduced the price from SEVtN CENTS'to SIX CENTS per pound. Our plant i. not running any way near up to capa- city. Give u. more Laundry Work of all kind, and we can employ white women who need the employment, and who will apend their money in the city. ietbbridge Laundry Go. Ltd. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon prices: Wheat 81 Oats 26J Flax.................................... 158 Barley...... Track prices: Wheat 87f Oats.................. 30 Flam 170 Barley 52 BUYING PRICES FOR HAY No. 1 timothy, baled, ton....., 10.00 No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton...... 9.25 No. 1 Bluejoint 9.25 Mixed, ton...................... 9.35 Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, 5J-5JC. Fat cows, killing, wethers, GJ. killing ewes. 5Ac. Select hogs, 150-250 Live poultry, springers, 15c. Ib. Live fowl, 10-120, Dressed 14c. Fresh gathered 40c. doz. No. 1 Farmers' dairy butter, 30c. BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per cwt.. Beets, per cwt., Jl.OO. Turnips, per cwt., 75c. Potatoes, per ton, to 113. Parsnips, per cwt. SI.50. Cabbage, per cwl, 76c, to Powder Season We have a eiy com- plete line oi the "worth while" pei f timers. PIVER'S (Paris.) ROGER OALLET'S (Paris.) GODET'S (Paris.) GROSSMITH'S (London.) CROWN PERFUMERY CO.'S (London.) HUDNUT'S (New York.) HARMONY (Boston.) Prices Jiom 75c to an ounce The Store CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES Jliss Blagburn mil hold a. sale of Christmas Novelti s in fancy hand made articles at ft St. South on Saturday, Dec. 4th from 3 to 7 pm The I.d.D.B. will sene tea at th s sale. 'DEATH BUSINESS LOCALS EJT. MARY'S W. A. will hold a j ies of Whist Drucs ,n the Parish llali, commencing on Thursday.. De-j j.'ceniber' 2nd. A season's .prize will be Ugiven at the end of the season. 297-1 FOR pure bred' exhibition Stogie Confted AVblta Cockerels, Fergus! strata; be-cleared.--out at once at the price of 50 each Apply or write to J. 160? 9th Ave. South, Letjwridge 29S- Dscember Jst, Nan- cy, aged 83, of Amos Horrl son. Funeral on Friday afternoon at 2.30 from residence ot A B .Pipes, 414 5th Ave S Our Specialty Reliable Repairs While you wait All Work Guaranteed. Every variety of .Boot, and Shoes made to, measure on the premises. We carry a complete .lock of Laces, Polish, Rubbers, In.ole., etc. Rubber Boots soled therewith leather Insoles, guar- anteed waterproof. FRANK MILES ,611 4tli Avenue South, -Death of Mrs. Harrison The death is recorded at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. B. Pipes, of Mrs. Amos Harrison in her eighty- third year.. Mrs. Harrison had been in'iJobV" health tor iome time. Her husband died in September at the age of eighty-seven, and since then she Jiad been rapidly sinking. The old couif.e had Ihed in Lethbridge for number of years, and had many friends. They came from the Maritime provinces. The tunerai will take place from the residence, 414 Fifth avenue South oru Friday to the Public cemetery, Rev. D. Ross offi- ciating. Death of Dalton Nash Carmanga> Sun It is with sincere regret and with deep sympathy tor tie bereaved .parents .that we announce the death of -Dalton 'Nash, the only surviving child of Mr." and Mrs. A. C. Nash, which occurred at their home In Carmangay on morning last iredenc Dalton Hobeits Nash was born in on November 12, 1902, and had thus just completed his thirteenth birthday. He had been .unwell for two years, during which period his Barents have hoped against hope for his ultimate recovery On Wednesday evening of last week he took a: sudden and marked turn for the worse and the end came quickly. Heavy Police Docket One of the heaviest dockets in the history of police court laced Magis- trate Lkon morning Elm in cas- es, .the majority of them' the usual 'drunk and disorderly" were heard. One charged with stealing a gold put up the defence that hD had it in safe keeping for another man anil he was allc to go Clarence Hamilton, and llulh Ern- est-were taken up by the police here yesterday, on -warrants from Macleod. They, were returned there this after- noon to answer to charges of theft. Old-Time Concert .Costumes of a hundred years ago will :be worn at the concert that the Kriox choir arc giving tonight and tomorrow night in the school room of the church. Everything twill be in keeping with the time in whiUi. the Toy Ssmphonic' by Joseph Haydn. Besides this.there are innum- RE-OPENED For Business H. MAYER PHONE 665 120 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Special" Prices on All Wines .Per Bottle Graft's XXX Port BirkLdal Hartoianii Port XX Grpft's X Port Fine Old Port.............. .v. iSLOO llumm's Extra Diy, per pint Earlmuii's Burgundy, per pint [0.. TERMS STRISTLY CASH VOTE FOR McKENZIE Tor Commissioner of Public Utilities-. TO THE CITIZENS OF -r-WS I re.pectfully requeat your support in the Coming tiori a. CommieaionEf- of Public Utllltie.. Having been connected with the Electrical busmen for the pa.t 11 year., and with the bu.intu experience obtained dur- ing that time, I feel I have the ntcewiry to terve you well. At a later date I will offer my plat- form for your approval. W. L. McKENZIR. crable numbers that will delight ev- er} one On the quaintly worded pro- gram appears this item, "Ye wo- mcnnc folks ha'dde better to bryngc lliDir knytting so that no tyme ma> he wasted." RAYMOND HAPPENINGS (From the Leader) A successful dance was given ity t-ie Raymond Red Cross last Sat- urday night The net proceeds am- ounted to The School Board, met this week to consider, applications for the two va on the school staff. The con- tracts of Miss Laura Redd and Jliss FOIB Redd expire at Christinas Of- fers have been made to Miss' Jessie lledd and Miss Jolayn David C W. Card left Wednesday morning for Utah The Leader understands that wh'eii-he returns he will not be aloue, but will be accompanied b> a bride. It is not likely there will a muni- cipal contest this year. School trustees and councillors, will probably-be elect- ed by acclamation William Blumel has been called on a mission to the northern States, and Elmer Rlrie to the eastern States These two w'ell-known Maerath youns men leave early in December for the east. Geo. R. Dixon FURNACE WORK Sheet Metal Contractor. Roofing, Lighting, Cornice and Sky Light.. PHONE 1057 P. O. BOX Office: Rear o( Stafford Block Alberta THE NEAL WAY Overcomes imd'Effecta of (j DRINK OR DRUGS g In a few days at the NEAL INSTI- TUTE 820 Thirteenth avenue west, elgary. Calf, write or phone W4B2B IULUI 60 Other Neal In.titutes IB Principal Cltlei. W, U. MeKBNZIE A CO. PRICES ON ALL LINES ONC ONLY. 718 3rd AVE. PHONE C7. X. ;