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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL, I COMFORTABLE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beit a Day Hotel in ASlierU Alberta 1; (V "d'ye mean, You great Taylor Made, Of SATURDAY SPECIALS AT GOOD'S HYSLOP We.have just received a fine lot of late Hyslop Crab Apples. These are In splendid condition and are equally as good as any sold at earner in the season. Very special, per JAP ORANGES. Fujita Grand. The I" the Orient. First'AII sound. Good color. Fine flavor. Price, ;per box.............. 75cy per .'t.. y.................. 15c SPANISH MALAGA-GRAPES. The first and likely the cniy lot we .will have this season. These are much superior in quality to anything else to he had at this time of the year. Price, per Ib. 23c EMPEROR GRAPES. Per pound CORNJCHEON GRAPES. Per pound 20; SWEET POTATOES. Vesy special, 5 Ibs. for.. 25c UNWRAPPED JONATHAN APPLES. All sound stock. Good color. Fine flavor.. Small size. Very. Special, six pounds for.................. 25b RIPE PEARS. Just rjghWSr eating. Very special. Three pounds for .'........................25c NO. 1 EGGS. You will find these better quality than a good many sold In the city. Special; per dozen 40c FRESHLY CHURNED CREAMERY BUTTER. Clovehrllf.' rand. Nothing finer. Special, 'Two. pourtds xfor 95c. PURE WHITE CLOVER HONEY. Absolutely the finest produced In Ontario. Pint Sealers, each 5 pound palls, each...................'. 10 pound pails, each FRESH OYSTERS. The "Coast fresh shipment..In .today. THE GOOD HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES MARKETS Rhymes of a Red Cross Man BY ROBERT W. SERVICE In this new book of verse Mr. Service, who is in the thick of the; fighting in France, has depicted in his own graphic style the comedy, tragedy, pathos and heroism exhibited by the men at (M nn the front. Price If to be sent by mail allow oc extra for postage. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE MS7. Don't Fail to Shop at TICKNER'S WE ARE OFFERING -Peameal Bacon, Ib. 30c Ayrshire Rool, Ib......... 30c Breakfast Bacon, ID. 35c -Cooked Ham, Ib. 40c ;Comb section-25c Frcsrr-BtrttfcrT'assorted, jar 25c Oranges, new 3Sc 40c and .I'..........V.r-----.. Table'Figs, Ib...........25c pkg. 20c Grapes, Ib. 20c f ICKNER CO. Winnipeg, Dec. closed Ic down (or December and ''lower I for May. Oats were Sc to %c down. I Barley'gained Hie. Flax was Vic lower for December and Vsc higher, tor Way. Minneapolis whent was lCj lower for December, down for May. anil higher1 for July. There was Sssrt to the trade in the local market. Sentiment was all on the t side bar all the way. but the pressure by the shorts was not serious.. The morning cables were stronger and the" report was circulated that the Greek government was in the United States markets for two and a quarter mil- lion bushels of wheat, but these lac- tors had no apparent effect on the prices. They rallied from the low points more or. -short coTCring for w ee': end than on any good buying The market presents a two sided af- fair and might easily go either way with a jump, but we have to have some oi_the goverjmient mnst before the pit crowds will move The cash marker'-was little changed. Wheat was sold at the same premiums though the lower grades showed a little better inquiry. The general trade was light Oats weakened a little and generally wprked on the delivery; basis. None were delivered, however. Owir-s ar two bids of brokers j barley: anil flax were fair. K-O-D-A-K The Gift no Sooner Opened Than' It's Used Kodaks from. up. Brownies as low as SEE OUR AD. ON PAGE 10 llic Red Cross Drug Book ltd, JOHN GILMORE'S QUAKER BREAD THE SALT WE USE 'IN .QUAKER THE FIN- EST DAIRY SALT, WE COULD USE COMMON SALT. IT WOULD BE CHEAPER BUT BY' USING THE BEST.-We'NEVER 'HAVE A COMPLAINT ABOUT LUMPS OF SALT-IN THE'. BREAD. IT PAYS. 204 Thirteenth St S. (Opposite Ellison Mills) Phone 364 FUTURES Winnipeg Finest Steer Beef and Grain Fed Pork i Both of the Highest Quality THE ALBERTA MEAT MARKET PHONE 492 THE OLDEST 'ESTABLISHED MiVT MARKET IN THE CITY w. HOPK1SJS. NINTH AVENUE NORTH. Slay Oats- Dec. May Dec. Mav 58'fe 61 Bee.......... 177 July Chicago- Dec. May...... July...... DIRECT PRIVATE WIRE to Winnipeg, Chicago and Minneapolis Montreal Continuous Market .Quotations on All Grains. Highest pncea obtained for grain in any position Future Contract Grain Bought or Sold for Cash or on Margins. MEMBERS OF WINNIPEG DRAIN EXCHANGE, MINNEAPOLIS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE. BA1RD BOtTERELL 1S99 MANAGER 61t. RESIDENCE 1M2 UNION BANK BUILDING LETHBRIOGE ARCHIE E. REESOM, MGR. BRANCHESICALGARV, EDMONTON, SWIFT CURRENT, MOOSE JAW; HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. 185% 173% 140% 178% 179 58% 60% 255V5 '265 i 176 170% 172% 166 111 141% WINNIPEG CASH PRICES No 1 Nor 180% No 2 Nor No 3 Nor... 177% No. 4 Nor.; No 6 Northern No 2 C W 58% No. 3 C. W Extra 1 Feed 1 Feed 56% 2 Feed Barley No 3 ____ 110 No 4 Rejected Feed .J No 1 N. WC 2 C ft' .155% 98% 55% 256 262% LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Malted Milk Tablets Malted Milk Tablets in flasks and bottles arrived today. Also the three sizes of Malted Milk. x -__ 50c s J. D. Higinbolhara Co. JUiinitcc Pioneer The Wholesale retail ehemliti TELEPHONE NO. 322 Track Prices Wheat Oats--....... 49% Barley 95% Flax 23914 Wagon Prices Wheat 157 Oafs 47 Barley ___..77 Flax CITY AND DISTRICT A Bank at Brant A bianch of the Bank, of Hamilton 'Till be opened at on Dec 4, Tindar ment of-David Towers. r New Store Wm. Sadowski has opened--a gents furnishing store in' the Dallas .Hotel block. Mr Sadowsld waa-iormerly in the line of business here. Patriotic Fund The following, additional Subscrip- tions to the. Patriotic ;Fund have been, received Charles Baker T J Lesdbeater Morrison Hike Dprchak Christenson (Lethbridge Brewing Malting 2 of-images. Going to High R'ver 'Rev.'-.Wm.: McNiehol, who has re- signed as pastor of St Andrew's church, this city, is going to High" River to become pastor-of .'.Chalmers church in that town Before coming to Mr McNfchoI was lo- cated at ..Claresholm. Former Local Man A fiom London says "Hon Capt H M Cherry of Winni- peg is now attached to the flpparf ment of the general auditor, C E.F, London, ?md promoted to the rank of( hon major" This may be H. T Cherry Lethbndge. Mr .Cherry1-' went .overseas as an officer in Col Belcher's battalion, the 138th Thai-battalion has since seen broken up. BUY EXPRESS to We Will Hold for Christmas Hayr Hardware Co. PKone575 P.O. Box 275 LIVESTOCK fRICFS Choice steers, 6 to 614rfat cows 5V4 to 6. Select hogs, 150 to 20P Ibs, Choice Choice killing ewes, trfM. i r Load Wheat for Red Mr James of Commerce i donated a large load ot wheat to the Red Cross from.'the Commerce elevators. To Speak Tomorrow Professoi J. M Enckson ot Stan ord umveisity, who is to speak in ANNOUNCEMENTS Miss Tilney, milliner, -has. removed to the Royal Bank. 704 3rd w.....-----.-, much to breed up the Knight herds Knoi church tomorrow evening on the The gamc included a bull, subject "The Business Man in the !......----.-----j c is an interesting, instructive and entertaining sneaker. His posi- tion as inspector the university to which he belongs has brought him in- to contact with many oi the leSding men of the continent, and as cationahit he speakfa from wide ex- perience Avenue South. Mason Risch Limited Bilmoral Stack Lethbridce VletrolM, Victor Atcordt, Viol- Shut MUiir. MuilMl MireburullM. SHAMPOO Women's Comfort Booms 1, Hull klock. The Ancient Order of Foresters will hold their regular meeting in Odd- fellows' HsH, Monday, December 4th, 1916 All members are requested to attend. "Special Business." 299-3 MUSICIANS NOTICE Regular meeting, of the American Federation of Musicians will be held Sunday next at 3 n.m ,in the Labor Temple. Everyone intenJlng to IK> present at tho Red Cross concert .on night, Dec 4. lj -Vrwuoy church, to I hear the Welsh Choir, will be helping i the society financially to a greater tent by purchasing their tickets either fioni Jackson'1! drag store or the rat dels before 6 o'clock on Monday even- ing All sale of tickets-'at tho church or any other plaog after this hour i bring us a smaller profit" so book seats a unreserved seats Registered Stock for Knight There has just been delivered to the Knight Sugai Co at Raymond a shipment ot 28 choice young-Short horn bulls fiom the ranch of Hon. Duncan Marshall at Olds The ani- mals are all registered and will do WANT ADS TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION two cows and a calf forF- S Leffing- nell, at Warner FlW MontnJlWr Vagrancy Lillian Hartley, a young local girl who has been treading the primrose path for the past yeai, appeared this morning before "Magistrate Elton 'On u charge of vagrancy. She pleaded B'OU SALE ,OR stock and machinery. 'My fine home No. 1240 fith Ave A S Good garage and barn at the Wk On lots 55x170 feet. Call at the'house or Room 10 Block. FOR: ed Good west of Noble. Highly improve liouse, good ot outbuild Ings Coocl water 200 acres summer fallowed. The price is rigbr and gooil n N W M P. barracks Dan McLean, who blew in from, a threshing gang and got next to a bot- tle ot home-made redeye, was fined sift and costs for being The Khaki League A lomplete record of all men re- turned to Lethbrldge Is on file. Every man is accounted for artd Is either at uork or in hoipital. i-ighter work Js d for two men, one accus fallowed. The price is rigbr and gooil requireu lor two i, uuc terms Owner leaving the countiy. T. tomnl lo wholesale arid the M Huff Room 10, Hlo-k, other a cliawYonr and general hand. J'I112 Mmploycn of labor are reminded of usuiDrmsi.---------------__-----------------Uia by the ]jres8 Qn of thli work and will oblige by show- ing their practical interest. InAhJs patriotic hy keeping the locaj in touch with vacancies as it Is to the heat interest of the city to have the men employed here instead' or..being sent to outside points to; make thstr living. EXPRESS Tonight 8M OF THE DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE, OUR NEW TO OTTAWA. Shortage Now! CAN SyPPLY YOU WIT QUANTITY Crystal Dairy, Limited Phone 1576 f i Now the time to make your selection Worn Toys, Dolls, Doll's Vtstoeiipeaes, Express .Waggons, etf, games ,we liave Pool Tables anft all -'Books for Everyone from Baby Up. Robertson's Book Store PHONE 126S OLD BENTLEY STAND ;