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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR ---._.. Beit a Day Hotel in Pride of Alberta Madam: When the Grocer says its just as good as Taylor Made he doubts your judgment Mothers Favorite 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 LOW PRICES BY THE CASE FOR A SHORT TIME. NEW GOODS PACKED THIS YEAR. TOMATOES. Size 2 tins for........ Per case CORN. 2 tins for RED AND BLACK RASPBERRIES. Per 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 1TY PACKED IN CANADA WHICH THOSE THAT i TESTIFY WE ARE MAKING SOME VERY "REMEMBER THESE ARE ALL GUARANTEED -I5c 35c in 25c 20c 20c 54.25 70c 65c PEAS. Per tin -IS? Per case STRING BEANS. Per tin 15c Per case RED PITTED CHERRIES. Per tin 25o Per case BARTLETT PEARS. 2 (ins for 4bc y Per case LOMBARD PLUMS. 2 tins for 35c Per case TINS, CATSUP. Size 2s. Per tin 15c Per case ROSE BRAND CATSUP. Quart bottles, each 30c HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES MISS BILLY BY ELEANOR H. PORTER Mow Selling for 75c. This is-one of a large number of and books that we are selling at 75c each, 3 for The KENNY ALL1N Co., Ltd The Drug-P.DOk Eton Phone 1487 AND DISTRICT With the price of lard so high why not try j Gifco. EQUALLY AS GOOD 3 Pails 65c one today. TICKNER CO. !l IN OUR BASEMENT A Whole Store Completely filled with Toys, Dolls, etc. Our Toyland IS NOT a small space ilTsome corner with a few odd samples of Toys but IT IS a space nearly equal in size to GUI' main floor and it contains more than feet of shelv.n, com- pletely filled with Toys of all kinds and Dolls of every SLZ? description. We have a display hers which will equal anything you have, ever Ven and excel most of the Toy and Doll displays in Western Canada. COME AND SEE IT. YOU'LL WANT SOME TOYS. OR DOLLS FOR CHRISTMAS. WHY NOT GET THEM WHEN YOU HAVE A REALLY LARGE SELECTION OF REAL TOYS AT REASON- ABLE PRICES. THE RED CROSS DRUG CO., Ranching Co. Incorporated The Riverside Ranching Co., head office Purple Springs, has been incor- porated with a capital of New Mining Co. The Mastodon Mining Co., with head office at Leihbridge, lias been incor- porated with a capital of New Recruiting Office Lieut. Ryder of the 23Gth Kiltie Bnt- talion has arrived in the city from Calgary and will open up u recruiting I office here. Gambling Charges Dismissed The nine men who were arrested last Sunday evening in the Oliver block charged with gambling, were yesterday afternoon dismissed. C. F. Harris appeared for the defense. Goes to Weyburn J. Frank West, who has been with the Lethbridge Brewing Co. for the iast eight years, has resigned his posi- tion, and has accepted a position with the Druggists Sundries Co. of Wey- burn. JOHN GiLMQRE'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. S. A. Meeting Tonight I Col. Turner and Major Hay. whose visit was announced in yesterday's issue, hrve arrived in the city and wilh be at the Army citadel at S tonight to conduct a special meeting. 204 Thirteenth St. S. (Opposite Ellison Mills) Phone 364 Lethbridge People Can Get Good Service and Good Meats by The fact that we have many very particular people from all parts of the city at customers shows that WE CAN PLEASE YOU IF YOU ARE PARTICULAR. THE ALBERTA MEAT MARKET PHONE 492 THE OLDEST" ESTABLISHED MARKET IN THE CITY W. HOPKINS, Prop.NINTH AVENUE NORTH. DIRECT PRIVATE WIRE to Winnipeg, Chicago and Minneapolis Montreal Contiuuous Market Quotations on All Grains. i Highest priaw obtained for grain in any position. Future Contract Grain Bought or Sold lor'Cash or on'Margins. MEMBERS OF WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE, MINNEAPOLIS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE. BAIRD BOTTERELL fHONE 1599 MANAGER 616 RESIDENCE 1862 UNION BANK BUILDING _ UETHBRIDGE ARCHIE E. REESOR, MGR. BRANCHESrCALGARY, EDMONTON, SWIFT MOOSE. JAW; HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. Winnipeg, closed 3V-C higher for December and %c i higher for May- Oats dropped i cent j iu December and %c in May. Barley j ,was %c to Vjc higher. Flax gained! %c in December, and %c in May.; Minneapolis wheat -closed lower! for December, down for May and lower for July. Acting on the break weather Winnipeg wheat continued a strong opening. The stubbornness of the American mar- kets caused prices to sway when they had reached "over 2 cents up from the "previous close and a little run of pro-1 -fit-taking took them back to the pre- .TTIOUS close. The trade was almost except for some good buying in i the morning credited to the British 1 government. There was no feature to the trade. The scalpers and spread-' ers were fairly busy on an active inarket, but the volume was: only I In the cash market there was an excellent demand for wheat, which put Xo. 1 Northern three cents over December prices. Oats were in good tlemantf, at premiums from unchang-- ed to V-i cent better. Offers were' small in both grains. Futures _, Winnipeg Dec............. 1S3% 1 May. ..._....' 1 Dec............. i 2 H3 "4 iifay............ 2 I Dec............ ISi! 1 Slay............ 1 .July L54 1 Chicago- Dec....... 170 1 .May............ 1S2 1 150vi I WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Ko. 1 N'o. 2 Nor...! Xo. Noi-.. Xo. 4 Nov...: No. 5 N'o. B Nor...: Feed No. 2 C. W.. 58% Xo. 3 C. W.. Extra 1 Feed BritisH Sailors' Relief Fund I The following donations have been I received by the treasurer, J-. R. Oliver: of Nova Scotia (stickers) 40c; sale held by Mesdames J. W. Boulton and W. P. Roy. 515. We are putting on sale today a large as- sortment of Japanese- Baskets. Unique in design and artistic as well as durable. We -i. invite your' attention. SLOG J. D. Higinbothara Co. "Alberta's Pioneer DrugglttB." Tte Wholesale and retail clicmEsti TELEPHONE NO. To Discuss Railway Matters Meetings of the wholesale and re- tail sections of the Board of Trade will shortly be held to deal with.the question of of freight and the proposal of the railway com- panies to increase their demurrage charges. Going at Private In a letter received by a member of the school board from former Principal Riches of Westminster school, he states that the battalion of which he was pay sergeant has been broken up and he ia going to the front as a pri- vate. to Medicine Hat R. E. Me Arthur .leaves Lethbridge shortly for Medicine Hat, where, he has taken over the agency of Delco if arm lignting plants for that terri- j tory-. Many of these conveniences are (being sold throughout Southern AI- berta this year. to We Will Hold for Christmas Hayr Hardware Co. Phone 57 5 P.O. Box 275 For Red Cross The lion, treasurer, A. J. the receipt of from O. W. Murray. from the North American Collieries, ?15 from. Pine and from M. W Peter- j son, and from Coaldale Larties Aid for the Red Cross. Gardston Visitors J. Y. Card and, 3. Emer Harris of Cards ton were business visitors in the city yesterday. Red Cross Dance There will be a dance antTbox so- cial in Albion Ridge schoolhouse on Friday night, Dec. 15. Proceeds "will be divided between the Red Cross funds and Tobacco fund for our 113th Lethbridge Highlanders now'in the trendies. Threshing is nearly over and everybody is cordially invited. Provincial Appointments Recent provincial appointments Sn-j dude the following: Notary public, F; A Elves. Vulcan; commissioner for inking afTiflavijs. 0. B. Edgett. Letn- bridgc: sheriff's bailiffs. A. M. jitfsr, Cardston. EdwarQ Gosselin, Win-] nitred, E. H. ftfegufn, Burikom; coro-j ner, John .Jefferson, Coutts; issuer oi; maiTiage licenses, John Courts. Capt Pennefather Leaves Capt. Dr. Pennefather. brother of Supt. Peanefathur of the Mounted Po- lice, who has been spending the past, few days here, returned yesterday afternoon to his hoineX at Holland, Man. Dr., Pennefather only recently returned from England in charge of a party of about 350 disabled Cana- dian soldiers. WANTED TUBS CANS A number of our ice cream tubs and cans are still out. We will appreciate it if those having any of these will phone us, or if out of town write and our wagons will call and get them. Crystal Dairy, Limited Phone 1576 Mason Risch Limited Balmoral Block Ldthbrtdge Victrolas, Victbr !ni, Accordeons, Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise. Mail Orders Given Careful Attention. COMBINGS MADE UP The Women's Comfort Rooms RaonYli Hull Block. Phone 1710 Feed 'No. g ......11C 11 Rejected i Feejl HNo. 1 N. W.'C. No. 2 C. W..... 3514 2 Feed S6K fiCM 34 Lodge Meetings No. 4 26114 LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices ELKS B! P. O. will meet in'tlie cliibj rooms, Alberta block, at 8 sharp this evening." Nominations for the election of officers bn made, and ;i large nttendanco is requested, j The social committee ;u'e preparing lunch and program. Track Prices Wheat .....163% Oats .......BO Hurley .....86U [Flax .......248% Wagon Prices Wheat .....160 Oata Barley .....77 High School Commencement The diplomas for Grades VIII., rX., JX.. XI. and XU, as well as (he diplo- mas for the commercial' grades? IX. will be distributed at the High .school cominciteenient concert' In Central school auditorium on Friday, jlitjq. Sth, commencing at. 8.15. Those who do'not receive their diplomas on that, occasion may get them at any later date by applying.to the principal of the High school. WANT ADS TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION 1st Aye. N.; between JSth and St., on Wednesday morning, a dogskin gauntlet mil. Owner can have aamc by calling at Herald offlco paying for adver- tisement. 804-1 Welsh Choir Concert The local branch of the licti Crows society [a richer as a result of the given in Wesley auditorium on .Monday night 'by the Welsh Maie Voice Choir. The concert in itfielf was. well up to" the high standard .set by these: talented artists on previous visits. The 'attendance, however, was disappointing for' such an attraction. The ushers for the evening were IvIiHseH Winnie Stiti, Mary Simpson, Agnes O'Hagcn and Florence Donald, .who.wera Curbed as Bed Cross nurses. THE BOOK STORE You will J'iml our stock of Gift Books, Picture Bibles, Prayer 'Books, Ilyiuii Books. J3oys' Own and Girls' Own and many other Annuals. An easy stock to select gifts froiii. Robertson's Book Store 118 FIFTH STS. PHONE 1266 OLD BENTLEY STAND ;