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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE LLY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberts When the its just as he OUR CARLOAD "NEW HARVEST" BRAND CANNED GOODS DIRECT FROM FACTORY JUST IN THESE GOODS ARE THE VERY HIGHEST QUAL HAVE HAD THEM FROM US OTHER YEARS WIL I OW PRICES BY THE CASE FOK A SHORT TIME. NEW GOODS PACKED THIS YEAR. TOMATOES. SiM 2 tins for....... Per case CORN. 2 tins for....................... RED AND BLACK RASPBERRIES. Per t Per case CRAWFORD PEACHES. Per tin Per case............................ GREEN GAGE PLUMS. Per tin........ Per case GALLON TINS CATSUP. Each Per case CRAB APPLE JELLY. 4 Ib. pails, each 35c In 25c 20c 20c 700 65c TV PACKED IN CANADA WHICH THOSE THAT TESTIFY. WE ARE MAKING SOME VERY "REMEMBER THESE ARE ALL GUARANTEED PEAS. Per tin Per case STRING BEANS. Per tin 15c Per case RED PITTED CHERRIES. Per tin 25c Per case BARTLETT PEARS. 2 tins for 45c Per case LOMBARD PLUMS. 2 tins for 35c Per case ....T TINS, CATSUP. Size 2s. Per tin 15c Per case ROSE BRAND CATSUP. Quart bottles, each 30c 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 (ij-l An the front. Price .pl.UU If to be sent by mail allow 5c extra for postage. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1'.37. Only 21 Shopping Days to Xmas JUST ARRIVED Currants, Ib. Loose Sultanas. Ib. Cut Peel, Ib. Mixed Peel, Ib. Seeded Raisins, pkg. 20c 30c 30c ___ 15o Seedless Raisins, pkg.......1oc Currants, 12 or. 2 pkgs, 35c Currants, 16 02., pkg.......25c Glace Cherries, Ib. 75c Gtace Cherries, Ib. box, Ib. 40c TICKNER CO. 204 Thirteenth St. S. (Opposite Ellison Picture Taking Is Real Fun On Christmas Every Other Day What boy or o-iv.1. or grovm up. wouldn't he til-kiwi to find a Kodak on Christmas morning There are. so many happy events that a Kodak would preserve. A Good Camera For As Little 'as or ,-is liui'li as you care To pay. Our coiu- plete stock of Kodaks, o.H all styles, all prices, insures you what von want at just the price you care to pay. Pluto Albums and Kodak Supplies at Lowest Prices. The Red Cross Lethbridge Drug and Book Co. Phone 555 SENT UP FOR TRIAL Medicine Hat. Alto., Dec. .McLanghlin and Jas: Wilson, arrested for the at- empted robbery of the Cana- dian Bank of Cbmmerce at, Manybcrries, Alta., Saturday, were given their preliminary trial here before Inspector police, and by him held for Shaehottorn of the mounted the higher court. They were taken to Lethbridge. CITY AND DISTRICT Men's Physical Class The men's physical will held at the "V" this evening. l-or Red Cross A soeifit 'it-Id recently at Aller.ston, east of Milk River, yielded for the Red Cross.._ Some baskets sold for as high as No, Contest for Councillors The rum! municipality elected all its councillors by acclama- tion ;ts [allows: v. L. Etiason. T. C. Leo. A. J. Milhacm, .1. Nielsen, Ar- thur Erk-kson, Roy Wiukius, JOHN GILMORE'S QUAKER BREAD QUAKER BREAD IS BREAD, IT'S NOT CAKE. SOME BREAD IS SO RICH WITH SUGAR THAT YOU SOON TIRE OF IT. WE MAKE QUAKER BREAD TO BE EATEN THREE TIMES A DAY, DAY IN, DAY OUT AND NOT GET TIRESOME. Lethbridge People Good Meats by Can Get Gosirt Service and Phone. The fact that we have many very particular people from all parts of the city as customers shows that WE CAN PLEASE YOU IF YOU ARE PARTICULAR. THE ALBERTA MEAT MARKET PHONE 492 THE OLDEST MiAT MARKET IN THE CITY 'W. HOPKINS, Prcp.NINTH AVENUE NORTH. Big Price at Chicago _; Fifty head of cattle, heavy steers. i from Pat consignment from j Calgary, made a record at Chi- cage. They were sold at ?11 liun- dred mid went to York. DIRECT PRIVATE WIRE to Winnipeg, Chicago and Minneapolis Montreal Continuous Market Quotations on All Grains. Highest prices obtained for grain in any position, Future 'Contract Grain Bought or Sold for Cash or on Margins. MEMBERS OF WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE, MINNEAPOLIS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE. BAIRD BOTTERELL RESIDENCE 1862 LETHBRIDGE'" PHONE 1599 MANAGER 616 UNION BANK BUILDING ARCHIE E. REESOR, MGR. EDMONTON. SWIFT CURRENT. MOOSE JAW; 'HEAD OKFICE, WINNIPEG. Winnipeg. .Man., Dec. was of fairly big volume, with the much more friendly tu wheat. The strong opening looked like forcing I prices too fast, hut an excellent ile- mand for cash wheat, and bullish I news from Argentina kept up; the j strength on the easy spots. Most of the local trade was in the hands of the professionals. December strengthened a little compared with May, owing to buying in cash wheat by the shippers, and the pit crowd grew more friendly to December wheat as die delivery is nicked off All grades of 'wheat were in good demand by the shippers and prem- iums were IVic better. Oats were also In good demand. Futures Winnipeg Dec............. 181 IMS Hay............ 185% Oats- Dec............. 59% May............' C25 Flax- Dec....... 202% May............ 27m Dec iSHi May............ IS-Hi July............ 179S Dec............. 168 Mav......... July............ Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat- .181 150% No. 1 Kor..-185% 'No. 3 Nor... 176% No. 5 Nor... 183% 2 C. W. Extra No. -1 Feed No. 1 Feed 56 K No. Z 1H Rejected-.... 82 No. 1 X. W. C :No. 2 C. W I No. 2 Xor.. No. .4 Nor., Feed .154% 91 No. 3 C. W. 57 o7 No. -2 Feed 54% ap'anese AVe ,-ire .putting 'mi, .suit' today a iarse as- sortment of Japanese Baskets. Unique in design and artistic as as durable. We invite your attention. J. D. Higiflhotham Co. "Alberta's Pioneer The Wholesale ar.d retail cbemltts TELEPHONE NO. 322 Electric Lights on Model Farm F. S. Lefimgwell. M.P.P., has in- Mulled iin electric; Jigiu and power plant on his model I'arni at Milk River. All the farm buildings aro lighted and there power to reduce .Hi's labor around the i'arm home. Now Located at Regina Asat. Commissioner J, 0. of the R. JI. P., has been in town for a couple of days. His headquar- ters are now at Regina. He holds the position of first assistant commission- j-er since -the death of Asst. Commis- j sinner Cuthbcrt. j t Board of Trade Luncheon The regular luncheon the Board of Trade will be held tomorrow in the Chinook club. President Marnoch will give a report of his attendance at the meeting of the counci! of com- merce- and agric'.Jture in Winnipeg, j and other important matters will be i brought up. BUY EXPRE to We Win Hold for Christmas Hayr Hardware Go. Phone 575 P. O. Box 275 Foremost Grain Yields Foremost soil when well cultivated can grow bumper crops. Thos. B. Prankish, the capable man in charge of the Dominion government's illus- tration farm at Foremost, had two five- acre plots of Marquis wheat that aver- aged 57 and 50 imsliels respectively. A five acre plot of oats yielded 90 bus. No. 4 Feed LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Special S. A. Speakers Col. Turner, the provincial secre- tary for the Salvation Army in the west, accompanied by Major Hay, the divisional commander for Alberta, will pay Lethbridge a visit on Thursday, Dec. 7th. They will conduct a meet- ing at S p.m." in the Army citadel. It is only seldom that the colonel comes to Lethbridge, and we want to give j him a good welcome. He is ayvery able speaker, a Canadian, who by per- 1 sistent effort and hard work has at- i taincd iiis present responsible posi- i tion. Come and hear him. ANNOUNCEMENTS Bail Was Granted The Herald was in error yesterday in stating that bail for Eugene and Lloyd Nelson had not yet been ap- plied for. Application was made last week before Mr. Justice Walsh and was granted, being -fixed at Bonds for Eugene Nelson have been filed and he was released today, while bonds for his brother are being pre- pared. WANTED TUBS and CANS A number of our ice cream tubs and .cans are still out. will appreciate It if those having any of these will phone us, or if out of town write and our wagons will and get thcrr.. Crystal Dairy, Limited Phone 1576 Mason Risch Limited Balmoral Block Lethbridge Vicirolas, Victor Records, Viol- ins, Accord eons, Sheet Music and .Musical Merchandise. Mall Orders Given Careful Attention, HairBobing The Women's Comfort Rooms Room i, Hull. Block. Phone 1710 Track Prices Wheat Oats 51 Barley 85 Flax wagon Prices Wheat .....160 ''Oats 47% Barley 77 Flax .......230 Wintering in California Mr. and ,Mrs. N. Kingsbnry, the pioneer settlers at Lucky Strike, have gone to California to spend the win- ter. They wore accompanied by then- little grand-daughter, Brownlee. It is the first holiday this worthy! couple have enjoyed since locating at I.ucky Strike in 1308, The Kings- The G. I A_ to the Brotherhood of Locomotive' Engineers are holding an invitation dancs on December 7ih, In j the K. P. Hall. Ail men in the King's uniform will bo made welcome, re- gardless of invitation. The ladies of Wesley church are making great preparations for their sale of work tomorrow afternoon in the lecture room at the church. Tho. fancy work, sorted into four booths, for grandmother, mother, sister anil baby, should make the Christinas shopping much easier for all. WESLEY BAZAAR NOTICE will all who ars so kindly donating Mrs. klngsbary as cooking, candy, or fancy work to Wos- MASONIC An emergent meeting of ShDkinah Chapter. A. F. and A. II., will be held tonight at S o'clock sharp. M. M. M. degree. ELKS B. P. 0. Elks will meet in the club rooms, Alberta Block, at 8 o'clock sharp on Thursday, December 7th. Nominations for the election of offi- cers will be made, and a largo attend- ance is requested. The social com- lljittco are preparing a lunch and pro- gram. I, O. O. f. Lethbridge Encampment No. 7, t. O. 0. F., will elect officers-at tho regular meeting In the Oddfellows halt on Thursday. Dec. 7. All members are requested to attend. Visiting brethren are invited. S. O. E. Notice In addition >a being quarterly night as advertised, important business in the election of officers for tho ensu- bury store, and Mrs. KIngsmrry as g'vo" their toi- I g'term will take place. Kvery mem- postmistress, are known over a r. urged to put In an SXnTa MORE NEW TOYS WRITING DESKS TABLES AND CHAIRS HOBBY HORSES WHEELBARROWS SHOO FLY ROCKERS SLEIGHS AT ALL PRICES Robertson's Book Store 118 ST S. J PHONE 1265 OLD BENTLEY STAND ;