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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor "The Song of the Sweet Dough" Dough Soh Me Dough Life's One Prolonged Harmonic Chord When "Taylor-made" adorns your board PATRIOTIC DANCE Will be given by the Ladies of Coalhurst In the COALHURST SCHOOL HOUSE THURSDAY December 9tli at S.30 GENTLEMEN 51.00 LADIES by weight !4c per Ib. SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS NEEDS' ORCHESTRA Pasteurized Milk Kills the Bacteria causing many dis- eases. No diseases can be traced to Pas- teurized Milk. Sold only by The Crystal Dairy I PHONE 1576 MARKETS THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Dec. arid closing' prices on the grain er- changes today were Open Closs -Dec........................... l.Oli------ May 1.05J Oats- Dee.........._.............. 39} May ..............._.......... 42i Flax- Pec. Jiay i-Su WINNIPEG CASH PRICES No. 1 Nor............... No. 2 Nor................... No. 3 No. 4 Nor.................. l.Oij l.Ovi 40-1 431- 1.83J i.91 1.05J 96-J- CITY AND niSTBlCT Wronq Name Through a typographical error, the name of H.' Cheesman, a recruit for Uie 113th Highlanders, was wrongly given on Tuesday as H. Leesman. Sold Tobacco on Sunday The Chief of Police is getting after those who sell tobacco and cigars il- legally on the Sabbath. Fo.ur China- men yesterday paid fines of each and costs, and the Chief says other prosecutions are pending. Carpetball Notice The S.O.E. carpetball team hereby accepts the challenge of the Loyal Order of Moose, tor the City Sign Works Shield, best two out of three games, to he played oa December 8, at 8.30 p.m., in tie S.O.E. hall. Bio Feature Tonight The big feature starring Hazel Dawn, No. 2 C. W. _____ 3 C. W........... Extra Jvo. 1 Feed No.. 1 Feed 'Barley- No. 3 No. 4 Feed Flax- No. 1 X. W. C..... No.'2 C. W.......... which arrived too late to be shown at Starland last night, will be shown this evening. The picture is one of the best yet shown here. Hazel Dawn is the well-known actress .who made her big success first in "The Pink Lady." Dec. May Dec. "May CHICAGO WHEAT 1.06J 1.091- 6U- 53" 1.83J l.SOf 1.08} MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT 1.02J- 1.05f 1.05J 1.08J LOCALJVIARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon prices: Wheat 84 Oats 27 Flax 158 Barley Track prices.: Wheat 89J Oats 31 Flax........................ .............167J- Bailey 53 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 9.25 Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, 5J-5fc. Fat. cows, killing wethers, killing ewes, SJc. Select hogs, 150-250 Iks., 7jo. ,-Ijive poultry, springers, 15c. !b. Live, fowl, 10-lSc. Dressed 14c. Fresh gathered eags, 40c. doz. No. 1. Farmers' dairy' hiltter, 30c. BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per cwt., 51.00. Beets, per cwt., Turnips, per cwt., 75c. Potatoes, per.ton, to Parsnips, per cwt. Cabbage, per. cwt., 75c. :to Takes Charge Here W. A. Parker, former manager of the Royal Bank at Prince Albert, has reached the city to take charge of the local-branch ol the-bank. Mr. Aitken is at nresent in the .east. Mr., and Mrs. aPrker will reside at 620 Eleventh street South, former of H. J, Goode. Oddfellows Meeting Encampment No. P., will meet tonight in the Oddfel- lows'.hall..The patriarchal degree will be conferred. Ail members are re- quested to attend. Visiting members are cordially invited. LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, SS.75; steers, SB.85- cows, 55.00-15.10; heifers, 15.35. Chicago: Hoes, cattle, THE MOST ECONOMICAL THING TO DO 1 Jonathans, the regularprice-on these is ?2.10 but we have a great quantity of them and are going to sell them while they aro In the finest condition. To our miml there are none hotter for present use. Special price per case ...................-...........51.90 APPLES; the orchard run kind in sandpit crates King David or Fewaukee; special crate. Or 7 pounds for ..................-----......25c JAPANESE first lot were clean- ed out quicker than we anticipated. Another lot to arrive for Saturday. Special, box....70c VALENCIA larg'e ones; were 75c a dozen. Special per dozen quality; special per doz...30c per dozen ...............25o EMPEROR large red winter stock; special 2 pounds for ...............35o SWEET Ibs for...25c VALENCIA sweet ones; special 4 pounds for.............................25c pound ...............15c VEGETABLES, ALL FRESH STOCK CABBAGE; special 30 pounds for ...........25c TURNIPS: special for.............25c PARSNIPS; special 15 pounds for ..........25c CARROTS; special 22 pounds for BEETS; special 22 pounds for B. C. ONIONS; special 10 POTATOES; per cwt.......... .75c. (Place your orders now. Th- to ad- vanced nest week.) CREAMERY BUTTER; Thistle in; per pound r ........35c CREAMERY BUTTER; Magrath, nothing finer or sweeter to be had; price per pound CANNED VEGETABLES After this week wo will have to advance our prices on these whether we want to or not, us they are now costing more than we are sealing' them for. Remember, HARVEST BRAND are the finest, we' can buy. and we pay a premium over the price of other'brands. HARVEST TOMATOES; 3s, solid puck, sanitary tins; special. 2 for ..........'..............25c POINTER TOMATOES; 3s, good quality, special 5 tins for.................................55c CORN; !is, special per tin HARVEST EARLY JUNE Special 5 tins ooc; per case HARVEST, or ICE CASTLE GOLDEN WAX BEANS; special .per tin ..................10c EXTRA SIFTED very finest, as good as 'real good French Special per tin............................15c CANNED FRUITS IN HEAVY SYRUP, ALL SANITARY TINS AT RIDICULOUSLY LOW MONEY BY LAYING IN A STOCK AT THESE PRICES. RED and BLACK RASPBERRIES, STRAWBER- RIES, PITTED CHERRIES and Special li tins for BARTLETT PEARS; special 7 tins GREEN GAGE PLUlyiS; special 9 tins for. HAMS; Sterling brand, largo size, good quality; special half or whole ham, per pound .....19c ACADIA COD FISH; fresh stock just 2 ppuud iboxes, per box .................35c GOOD STORAGE EGGS; per dozen ........35c PICKLES; Red Cross, 20 ounce Sweet Mixed; Special each. PICKLES; Empress, in gallon glass jars; very fine quality, sweet mixed; per Xmas Goods of all kinds in our line. These we will have open and on display sometime nextiWeek. Watch announcements in this space. office: THE GOOD CO. Slore: Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 Sachet Powder Season We have a very com- plete line of. the "worth while" per- fumers. PIVER'S (Paris.) ROGER 4 GALLET'S (Paris.) GODET'S (Paris.) GROSSMITH'S (London.) CROWN' PERFUMERY CO.'S (London'.) HUDNUT'S (New York.) HARMONY (Boston.) Prices from 75c to an ounce J, Lit The Stars S.O.E. Elects Officers There was 'a large attendance of members at the election of officers for the Sons ot- -England held last" night, with the following results: President, T. Oxland; vice-president, E. Faunch, sr.; chaplain, B. Scott; fin. sec., E. Faunch, jr.; treas., G. W. Par- sons; first. committeeman, J. Gurr; second committeeman, W. Kirk; in- side guard, W. Stott; outside, guard, A, Carr; auditors, F. T. Robins, Thos. Gurr, C. Westley; surgeons, Drs. Lov- ering, McNally, Galbraith'.and Roy. Dr. Lovering was in attendance, and on being invited to explain his posi- i tion in regard to rumors in circulation, i did so to the satisfaction of the members present. The challenge of the Moose lodge for .the.Carpetball .j Shield was accepted, and the. games j will be played in the S.O.E. hall on Wednesday next. ,.'.BUSINESS LOCALS TOR pqre bred inhibition type Single Combed Cockerels, Fergus strain; must' be cleared out ai once at'the price of 11.90 Apply E.fOlarks 1609 9th Ave. Uthbrldje. 298-6 Supina Mercantile Co. 127 15th St. N. Phone 1567 AN IRRESISTIBLE LIST OF PURE FOOD SPECIALS AWAITS YOU FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. Figs, per package-.........10c No. 1 Eggs, per dozen .....36c Snilas, 2 for ...............45o Jap Oranges, per. .box ......65c Bananas, per dozen .......25c Choice Apples, 5 Ibs for.. .Joe Apples, per box S1.90, Fry's Cocoa, lift tins .....25c 1 pound tins ............50c Old Country Biscuits, regular iioc and 4Qc; per pound .25c (20 varieties to choose from) Best Creamery Butter, !b..37c St. Chts. MBk, 11 Potted Meats, 4 tins for....25c B. R. Tea: per poiinu .....40c Choice Sultana Per pound ...............15c Currants and 2 pkts. for ...............25c Peel, Lemon, Orange and "Git- ron; per pound ..25c 'Molasses, 2 Ib tins, each....15c Preserved Plums in 3 pound tins; 2 for..............25c Tomatoes; 2 tins for ..'-----25c Quaker Oats, per pkg. EXTRA 20 pound sack of B. C. Sugar and one pound of 4 fiO Creamery Butter 9 I awlfe WE DELIVER TO PARTS OF THE CITY. CO; The Popularity That BEST" FLOUR enjoys is due only to the high, standard of quality and the moderate price at which it is sold. See your grocer about it NOW ELLISON MILIIHG 8 ELEVATOR CO. A Santa Glaus FREE To Every Child Who