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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE LETHBRIDGE HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Beit a Day Hotel in Alberta When the its just as good as he doubts f jgfljUiUPga Saturday Specials at Good's CRAB a few cases left, all sound. The tine for jElly; per case-----51.15 1 Jonathans, all the very best quality; per case......................S1.75 UNWRAPPED JONATHANS; per Or 6 pounds for.........................25c MALAGA finest for table use. Per pound ........................25c EMPEROR GRAPES; per pound .............20o sound, small size; lb...10c Large size, very best, 2 pounds for......25c B. C. quality, fine keepers, win- ter stock; 8 pounds for v...............25c VALENCIA ONIONS; 31 j pounds for ........25u CAMEMBERT CHEESE: per tin ............70c CREAM BRICK make, very fine: per pound........................45C ONTARIO CHEESE; full cream, pound FRESH scaled, solid meats- Quarts Pints ..................................50c PRESERVED Tea Garden brand; family size; something very fine. Regular 50c; special..............................35c Royal, good quality; special per bottle..............................15c 1 quality: per dozen .40c FRESH CHURNED CREAMERY BUTTER, Clo- verhlll brand, per pound ................50c brand; quart bottles, each-----30c PEANUT per pound ........25c PEANUT pound tins, each ......30c QUEEN pint 25o SWEET MIXED pint ........20c SWEET MUSTARD PICKLES; "per pint .....20c MISS BILLY BY ELEANOR H. PORTER :Jow Selling for 75c. This is one of a large number of and hooks that we are selling at 75c each, 3 for 52.00. The KENNY ALLIN Co., Ltd The Drug-B.ook Store Phone 1487 We Have Just Received a Shipment of Ontario Honey 12 02. jars, .each............ 25c 16 or. jars, each 35c ib. tins, each i Ib. tins, TICKNER CO. 204 Thirteenth St. S. (Opposite Ellison Mills) Phone 364 OUR BASEMENT A Whole Store Completely filled with Toys, Dolls, etc. Our Toyland IS NOT a small space in some corner with a few odd samples of Toys but IT IS a space nearly equal in sire to our' main fZr and it contains more than feet of shelving oom- pleiely filled with Toys of all kinds and Dolls of every size and- description. We have a display here which will equal anything you have, ever 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 YOU HAVE A REALLY LARGE SELECTION OF REAL TOYS AT REASON- ABLE PRICES. THE RED CROSS DRUG BOOK CO., NOTIFIES U. S. OF GREEK BLOCKADE Washington, Dec. sailor Shiirp ut Paris the state department today that the allied blockade Greece liegan Friday moniiug at eight o'clock. Carson Heads London, Dee. Pall On- I xette says Sir Edward Carson accept- j ed the post of first Lord of the Ad-, miraity and that Lord Jlilner would bo a member of the war council with- out portfolio. Lethhridge People Can Get -Good Sei'-viee and Good Meats by 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 ESTABLISHED MiAT MARKET IN THE CITY. W. HOPKINS, Prop.NINTH AVENUE NORTH. Winnipeg, Dec. markets, j closed around the high points of the iday. Small trade in the week end market; even-up commitments occu- pied most of the day. Wheat looked weak in Chicago aud Winnipeg drag- ged In sympathy until near the close, when the sentiment changed. Better shipping conditions are expected from the change in government wliicli helped to clear the air some and created a friendlier feeling. The lo- cal trade was mostly made up of scalping. There was no outside in- terest, the cash marked showed a fair demand tor wheat at unchanged pre- miums, with government interests the buyers. Oats were little changed, but show EI'EDS of sagging. Barley was weak, fiax going through the option. 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 PHONE 1599 MANAGER 616 RESIDENCE 1862 UNION BANK BUILDING LETHBRIDGE ARCHIE E. REESOR..MGR. EDMONTON, SWIFT CURRENT, MOOSE JAW; HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. niueg Win !Dec. .May....... I 'Dec....... .....V. j !Dec. .May........ I I Dec. i...... (May........ [July........ iDec. May........ July........ FUTURES 183% 178% 163 147% 186% 62% i 271% .183 1S1V4 165V5 177% 1.19% Arrived Today Tln> English euni- f o r coughs, colds rheum- atism, noilvnl.sJn-, bwmdiitis. scinlic-ii, etc.. etc.. etc. A PACKAGE J. D. Higinbothani Co Limited "Alberta's Pioneer Drusgleta" Wholesale and .retail chomisti TELEPHONE NO. 322 Dee. nany of Cana- dian commauding! members of parliament bi- tile provincial legis- latures, lias just returned to England from a visit, to the front, the Gazettu's London correspondent' cables. The j party, he saya; ineluded Lieut.-.Cql. i Sara Sharped -H.P.. Lletit.-Col. W. H. fShanie. M.P.; K. H. Burn: haul, Stuar.t Vernon, Lieut-Col. T. C. iTremlvvell, I5I.L.A.. E. N. Lewis, Jl.P., LiGiit.-Col. A. C. Pratt, .M.L.A.; Lieut- Col. 0. -M.P., and Lieut.- Col. .1. D. Taylor, M.P. 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. WINNIPEG CASH PRICES j No. 1 Nor...187% No. 2 Nor.. 3 Nor...l No. 5 Nor...1-34% Feed No. 2 C. W.. oS'.i Extra' 1 Feed No. 1 Feed 'No. 3 ......105 Rejected and Feed Flax- No. 1 N. W. C. No. 2 C. W....... Xo. 4 Nor.. Xo. 6 Nor.. No. .3 C. W. No. 4 185% 166% 104% 25314 256% CITY A N D DISTRICT Corldale ;O. E. S. The reguiar meeting of the O. E. S. Coaidale on Monady evening. 191st Gets Eight Here Tbe IIHsc battalion, .Lie.ut.-Coi. Bry- an, officer commanding, is making good progress in its recruiting efforts, and along with other units is finding Lethlmdge a fertile. field. During the London, Dec. following Ca- nadian have been granted leave to return to Canada: Majors I A. ,1. J. R .Aikens, and W. T. JIcKinnon, Captains E. C.MSvans, E: W. Wright, C. 1C. Masters, G. Rob- inson, I. S. Morrison, W. J. Moran and G. W. Kella. Have Gone to France The following officers have gone to Frfiice: Captain Roy of the Vet- erinaries; Major C. Gates Medical Corps; Captain W.. L. Gibson (pay- Captain D. G. Campbell, Captain S. S. Burnham, Captain R. E. Russell, Caotaln J. A: Jeffrey and LieJit.-Col. C. R. Hill. THE NEW GOVERNOR OF NOVA SCOTIA WAGGON to We Will Hold for Christmas Hayr Hardware Co. Phone 575 P.O. Box 275 I McCallum Grant, the new governor j or Nova.Scotia, is a native of Hants; county. He came to Halifax in and entered on a liusiness career, I which lie with success. the-present time he in senior partner, of the insurance brokerage firm of Grant, Oxley Co. He is a grandson of Grant, of the Black Watch who, at week ending todav recruits have been signed on in the city. Leth- bridge's record in Hie recruiting fig- ures continues to show up favorably as compared to any other western city. Carlyle's Ice Cream for Xmas Dinner Dessert jWe are making a special reduction in ths price of our ice cream bncks'for, Christmas .and New Year's Day only. Orders will 'be delivered not "packed in ice. Ice cream will keep in this weather -n0APHANDS0ME CHRISTMAS PRESENT WjTH.EACH ORDER Quart Bricks sf Vanilla and 50c -Regular Quart Bricks of Orange, Lemon and Chocolate...................60c Regular Quart Bricks of any True Fruit or Special Regular price Me. NO ORDERS TAKEN AFTER, DECEMBER ORDER NOW.. Crystal Dairy, Limited I Phone 1576 LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Mason Risch Limited Balmoral Block Lethbridge Victrolss, Victor Records, Viol- ins, Accordeons, Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise. Matt Given Careful Attention. MfiSSAGE The Women's Comloi't Rooms Room 1, Hull Block. Phone 1710 Track Prices wagon Prices Wheat .....168% "WHcat .....160 Oats .......49% Oafs 47 Barley ......87 Barley......76 Flax .......243 Flax ...-----231 I LIVESTOCK >KICES Choice S to coiva '6% to 6. Select hogs, 150 to 200 Ibs., Choice hilling 834.'.. Cholue killing ewes, ANNOUNCEMENT Graces Supporters Please meet at Grace's Committee the end or the Revolutionary war, set- tled in Hants county. His father was John N. Grant, a prominent citizen and magistrate of and his mother, 'a daughter of Peter MoCal- a Scotsman, who went to Hants county from New 'Bruswick and en- APupils Give to Patriotic Fund aEcl, in shipbuilding. While the older people of the city 1 ,ms actlvqly identi- I are giving generously to the Patno- wlth 0; business inter- j tic Fund, the nupils of the schools are i estg as wei, as t.lking a part in phll. I doing their share also. Last month j work the firm of was 3iven by tlie_ Cen-l ,g is a director oif the Bank of Scotia; vice-president of the Nova Scotia iluilding society; presi- dent Society for the Prevention of Cruelty; chairman oE the trustees of Hie Old Ladies' home; vlcc.-presi- rient and treasurer of the Halifax in- scliool; vicc-iiresidcnt of the tral school alone. Of "this Sit; was; f, given by the tots of Jliss Holes' room. The -Imperial Oil Co., of :3arnia, purcliased SSIMO worth of clocks for their various All the steara; railways in Xew Zealand are otvrtei! and operated the government. WANT ADS TOO CLASSIFICATION ilalifax dispensary; director of the Sailors' home, and chairman of the the West Pound, City of Orio roan gelding branded P A on. right shoulder; also mccu nt vjiinit; p 6th Street tonight at eight one roan gelding, hrnndtu i o'clock. Important. over on Ittt Saors ome, an carman o e FOR' llilot commissioners. He lias five sons, 1 UK o[ whom hiyc thc Cana. dian or .imperial war 'service. Mrs. -Grant, who is a daughter of the lato Hon. Dr. Parker and a grand- daughter of the late Hon. W. A. Hlack, is at present in England, look- ing after two of her sons, who are N 806-J ill with trencliNfever. THE BOOK STORE You will tind our stock of Novels, Gift Books, Toy Books, 5c and up. Picture lioojis All Trices. Bibles, Prayer Books, Hymn Books. Boys' Own Girls' Own and many other AiUuialw. An easy stock to select gifts from'. Robertson's Book Store 116 FIFTH STS. PHONE 1265 OLD BENTLEV STAND ;