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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best 11.25 a day hotel in llterta "The Song of the Sweet Dough" Dough Soh Me Dough Life's One Prolonged Harmonic Chord When "Taylor- made" adorns your board 1 MARKETS FLOUR JUMPS IN PRICE at l.uSi 1.S71- 1.02J FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., TJX. 3. Opening and closing prices on the gram ex- changes today wire Open Close 1.051- Jlaj- Oats- lice............................ 40i Hay 43 Dec Mav 1.904 WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Kb. 1 Nor................... No. 3. Nor................... No. 3 Nor..........-....... No. 1 Nor................... Oats- No. 3 C.-W................. No. 3 C. W................. Extra' No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No; 2 Feed Barley- No. 3 No. 1 N. W. C......... No. 2 C. W......... CHICAGO WHEAT Bee.-7T........................ 1.11 1.13} 1.13-S MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT Bee.......... 1.05J- l.OSf :May l.CSJ 1.091- The commandeering of wheat by the Canadian government, and tbs consequent rise in the price of the product during the past few days, has brought the price of flour up with a jump. Local millers today are quoting a price 20 cents per bbl. above the old rise in price has been general throughout the west, The rise will go into effect in retsir stores tomorrow. N'mety- eightv pound sacks, which have been selling for S3.00 and will tomorrow cost and 39" 38 374 36i- 1.8H 1.784 LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, SS.75; steers; ?5.8o- cows, i5.00-S5.10; heifers, 35.25- 55.35. Chicago: Hogs, cattle, {5.60-J10.55. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon prices: Whsat 8i Oats 158 42J- Flax Barley Track prices Wheai _........ OOJ, Oats ._ 32j Flax............ 167J Barley 53 :BUYING. PRICES FOR HAY ?To. 1 timothy, Baled, ton...... 10.00 No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton...... 9.35 1 Bfnejotat.......... 9.25 Jlilcct, ton...................... 9.25 Livestock and Poultry "Choice steers, 5J-5fc. Fat .cows, 4A-5c. killing wethers, 6J. killing ewes, 54c Select hogs, 150-250 fts., springers, 15c. lb'. Lire fowl; 10-12c. Dressed: I4c. Fresh gathered eggs, Me. doz. Ifo.'X Farmers' dairy butter. 30c. ByvmS PRICES FOR'VEGETABLES 'Carrots, per cwt., SI.00. Beets, per cwt., 51.00. Turnips, per cwt., 75c. i Potatoes, per ton, S12 to 513. Parsnips, per cwt. fl.50. Cabbage, per cwt., 75c. to 51.00. WANTED SPOUSE AND HIS LAWYER PUT IN FIRING LINE Ottawa, Ont., Dec. minister oi militia receives many remarkable letters, but the most amusing and astonishing Froduct oi the daily mail bag yet received came to hand today. It. was-a letter.from a woman asking that her husband and his lawyer both he sent to the front, line oi fighting men. The ardent wish was expressed that they might both he shot. The letter also contained the declaration j i that the writer proposed to take a 1.11 A- trip Sttawa to explain to the minister of militia why her request should be granted. FLEW TO MASONIC INITIATION London, interesting feat- ure of a meeting of Canada A.. P. A.M., was the initiation into Freemasonry of an aviator who had flown from the north for the purpose of being present. This was .Captain Kenneth EMgar Kennedy, of Sher- bro'oke, Que., who is well-known in -Montreal, Ottawa and Kingston, and who has already made a reputation as a Canadian Arctic explorer. He is at present with the Flying Corps in England, tout has done good work at tile front. One narrow escape which he had re- cently was unique. A shell burst sev- eral hundred feet below bis machine, and one fragment was hurled upward, breaking pact oi' his -propeller, and .hitting Captain Kennedy on the chest. The impact winded him, hut he. man- aged to reach the ground safely. Captain Kennedy sent the fragment of shell, to the War Office on request, but asks for its return as a souvenir. For Patriotic Fund The H. J. R. Pater- son, begs to acknowledge having re- cently received the following sums is donations to this Fund: C. A. Magrath, Ottawa, Lethbridge Brewery employees, Miss Davis, Spring Coulee, 50 cents; the Lethhridge Bar society, and from the Daugh- ters and Maids of England, per Mrs. S11.55, being the nctt pro ceeds'.of the whist drive held in ti; S.Oja haii; Lieut J. B. ROBINSON Of the Royal Flying Corps, who is re- nted a prisoner-of-war in Menz, Ger- many. He was .uninjured Cattle We have on.bzmi at _the Stock 75 CHOICE 2 AND 3 YEAR OLD HEIFERS. a TWO YEAR OLD'STEERS. 24 YEARLING AND TWO YEAR OLD STEERS. HATCH LEWIS Live Stock Dealeri .Stock Specials in Fresh Fruits and Vegetables This Week End JONATHAN No. Is ami guaranteed In perfect condition. Special per case.. PEWAUKEE Orchard Run in sandpit crates, for cooking; special, Or 7 pounds for ............-.............25c per dozen ..............30c per dozen................25c VALENCIA largo size, regular 75c. Special per dozen ..................60c EMPEROR 2 pounds for..35c JAP arrive tomorrow- Special per box...........................70c RIPE California Per pound ...............................20c fancy hot house- Price each..............................20c SWEET Special pounds for....................25c white Special J pounds for.....................25c HEAD for ....................25c LEAF and tender; pound..30c FRESH meats, no Per Quart.................................900 Per FRESH BROOKFIELD PORK -cico per pound...........................25c GANONG'S G. B. full line just in. Bulk. Prices per pound..........GOc, 65c and 76c FANCY BOXES__.................................Vi jiound...40e 1 pound...65c 2. LUSH-US FRESH MADE kinds in bulk or fancy boxes. Office: THE GOOD CO. Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 Higinbotham's little Laxatives" (Yest pocket edition) A simple, active, tonic laxa- tive, entirely vegetable. A vadnable and dependable agent in all cases of constipa- tion. (Chocolate Coated) INTERESTING DEBATE r AT CARDSTQN: Carflston. 'Alta.; -Nov. ev-" ening an interesting- sessioa of the. M.I.A. Tvas held in the First Ward. The; programme consisted of a debate on woman, the. .antis.. ginning out. Those for the women's vote were Miss EjUiel Brown and Edward Low, while those against suffrage were Hiss Ruby Panish-and Kenneth Woolf. Soloa Low gave a short talk while the judges were arriving at their de- cision. Other numbers, of the even- ing were a story by MIES Beth Barker and a quartette by Miss R. parrlsh, Mrs. Lexie Burton, A. L. Smith and Lamar Heftier. A fair audience was present and took a deep interest in the proceedings. GRAND Funeral of Late Neat Stalker The funeral, "of the late Neil Stalker took place yesterday at Grassy Lake. People from the. town and country gathered at. a. service in Perry's hall, Rev. Mr. pastor of the Presbyterian church. The Oddfellows attended in a body. The remains were brought to Lethbridge on the local. At the station here a nunrber'df old" friends of the deceased gathered to pay their respects to his memory. A number of local Oddfel- lows also attended, and accompanied the remains the' "cemetery, where interment took place. Rev. Mr. Barrtt officiated at the grave. The Oddfellows' service was read by Bros. H. S. "White andT.-A. Marlow. The casket was covered with beauti- ful flora] tributes from friends... C.. S. Crest and R. C. Harvey of the South- ern Alberta Growers' associa- tion, of which Mr. Stalker had .been a prominent member, were amongst those in attendance at the" funeral. The pall-bearers were: Hon.'A'.'J. Mc- Lean, R. J. MeNabb, J. .T. McLellan, R. McLacirian, P. Carruthers and Wra. McCrostle. OF HAIR made up; work guaranteed. Phone 502. Mrs. Acton, 1110 3rd AVC...S. Our Specialty- Reliable Repairs While you wait All Work Guaranteed. Every variety of Boots and Shoes made to measure on the premises. We carry a complete stock of Laces, Polish, Rubbers, Insoles, etc. Rubber Boots soled with lea- ther, with leather insoles, anteed waterproof. FRANK MILES 511 4th Avenue South. CITY AND DISTRICT For Red Cross The Red Cross Society has received from the staff of the Lethbridge Brew- ?12.80; Mail Carriers' November payment, ?7.Q.O; St. Cyprian's W.A. Bazaar, 10 per cent, of proceeds, 117.00 and from the Junior Girls'-Aux- iliary. Home Guard Regimental Orders A Santa Claus To Every Child Who Comes To The TOYLAND Every ,cMld, accompanied by an visiting .our Toy Department 011 .Saturday-will be presented with this bean- tiful little Stuita. Glaus Free. These we brought all the way from Japan for this special puipose and they cannot be puichased elsewhere in Can- ada. Come in the morning- if pobsible. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited. The Popularity That DUR 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 Supreme Court In supreme court today the action of Meibacli vs. Morrison, is being heard before Mr. Justice Simmons. C. P. Harris is acting ror-th'e plain- til! and R. A. Smith for the defend- ant. The action is over a contract tor well drilling. Judgment was given yesterday for T. M. Huff, in his action against Joseph Maxwell, in which he sued for commission he claimed due him on a deal in connection with certain land. Mr: Huff secured a purchaser, he claimed, according, to. an agree- ment, and claimed .commission. W. V Poapst appeared for the plaintiff and Maclcod and Gray, of Macleou, for the defendant. An agreement signed by all the" li- I censed liquor shopkeepers of Toronto hot to make any Christmas gifts of liquor to their customers or others Twill be entered into.-. BUSINESS LOCALS FOR pure bred exhibition type Single Combed White Leghorn Cockerels, Fergus strain; must- bo cleared out at once at the sacrifice price of each. Apply or write to E. OJnrks 1609 9th Ave. South, Lethbridge. CHHISTMAS GIFTS most ac- ceptable Christmas gift is a year's subscription to either the Saturday Evening Post, The Home Jour- nal or The Country Gentleman. Tins will keep you in remembrance all the year round. Mailed direct from pub- Ushers. Let me book your order. Ralph' Wnddlngton, .1241 5th Avo. A South, City. Phone 4G9. CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES' Miss Blagbufn will hold a sale- of Christmas Novelties In fancy hand- made articles at.207 7th St.- South, on Saturday, Dec. 4th, .from 3 to: 7 p.m. The I.O.D.E, will serve tea at tula sale. Hon. Angus McDonnell To. The Winnipeg Free Press says "The rotunda of the Koyal Alexan- dra hotel last night reverberated with the hearty laughter of one of ;J3ng land's Angus McDon noli, second heir to the Earl of An- trim. Mr. .VcDonnell is the family home at Glcnarms Castle, Larne, Co. Antrim, and he will Satcr take up a commission in the British army. For the past three years, he has been living at Vancouver, and he has a large number of friends in Win- nipeg, several of whom called on him and Mrs. McDonnell at the Hotel last night. His only brother, Lord Dun: is also in the army, while only a few days ago news was received ,of his death while 'fighting at the front of an uncle. The lion. Angus was cellent spirits last night, and promised his Winnipeg friends he would .call on them when he returned to Canada Hon. Angus McDonnell is well known .in Lethbridge, where for a time he was engaged In the contract, ing. The .Home Guard will assemble for drill without rifles in front of the headquarters on Friday evening at 7.30 aharp. A large turnout is re- uiiested. By order of the OFFICER COMMANDING. A Great Wheat Crop Medicine Hat Times: George B. Hotsori, who has been harvesting his big crop of wheat, near Stilling, Is in.the .city for a brief visit. He has come to. say farewell to his former partner, H. J. Qoode, now en route to the front. Mr. Hotson has been sup- erintending threshing operations on his farm, and the work is now nearly completed. He had in crop 600 acres, all in :wheat. and the yield totalled bushels, making the splendid average of 40 bushels to the acre. Mr. Hotson so'id his crop at varying prices, which will average" him 82 cents net at point of shipment. DEATH December.. 1st, Nan- 83; widow of Hani- I" son.' Funeral on Friday afternoon at from residence of A. B. 414 Mil Ave. S, PHONE 1113 or 416 For Saturday Groceries Oranges Peels JAP ORANGES Per Box Car NEW NAVEL ORANGES just arrived, Very finest of Oranges, per dozen 25o, 35c ana Per dozen FLORIDA GRAPE -FRUIT; 2 for CrWV PEARS- Per dozen Por dozen APPLE'S NO. 1 Spys CO Per Case (This is splendid value) MclNTOSH REDS C Per case I W JONATHANS C1 Eft Per case I -WW GRAPES- 2 pouuui fur LETTUCE- Oft- Per pound wlIC CAULIFLOWER Per Head 2 pounds for 2 pounds for twU Honey ONTARIO HONEY 2% pound 'tin COMB HONEY Price, LOCAL HONEY In glass jara on, Orange 4 Citron xed; per pound fiww Lemon, Mlxei Lemon, Orange i Citron Ready Cut, pound Per package....... dww SULTANA RAISINS Extra choice, pound. Per pound........ I5JU (Just Receivedy 2 pound tin Apple and jitraw- berry, Raspberry and Apples, only WA'G MARMALADE In 5 pound tin...... Buy a. hottle of MINT JELLY .1 ONTARIO CHEE4E 2 pounds for DILL PICKLES 2 dozen for SWEET MIXED Per quart tWv COFFEE; fresh ground Psr 'pound TEA; special value, in the tics Libby's MINCE MEAT 2 pounds for Heinx APPLE BUTTER AA_ In glass jar fiWC CANDY SPEQAL FOR SATURDAY Maple Walnut pound.. -25C Xmas Broken Mixed, per pound... H. A. McKillop Co. PHONES 1113 and 416. NEXT HERALD OFFICE ;