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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best When In Doubt- Give A Book Our stock is very large and includes all the popular books. "'In Times Lite These''.. postage.lOc By JloClung -Michael postage T2c By Porter Heart of the postage 12c By Beach Beltane the Smith 12c By Faraol Grav Da-mi postage 12c By White Eainbow Trail postage 12c By Jaue Grey Honey postage 12c By Poner Par Country postage 15c By Churchill Photo-Play Reprints Our stock of Photoplay Reprints is very large.. Price 65c each; postage 10c. Toy Books Toy. Books from..............5c up Boys' Own Annual, Chums, Blackle's. Annual etc; Leather bound, flap edges up to ?10.00' PRAYER and HYMN BOOKS at all prices for ihe'dlfferent churches A large assortment ol Sets in Half Leather bindings; a useful and beautiful gift. Visit Our Toy Desartment All- on the Ground, Floor easy to visit. OUR XMAS PAPETRIES are very fine and range in ftfl prices from 35e to per box A Victrola is-useful all the time. A full line always in stock. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE PHONE 1265; P. 0. BOX NEXT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL Christmas Shopping Done Now Will Mean Better Choice and Better Service to You With only two more weeks before there w early shopping if you want the best. We are at you I'or the Holidavs. Some lines we have In Table Raisins." Fard Dates, Mince Meat, English Plu lates, Xmas Candies of all kinds, Xmas Crackers, X have arriving early next week, Almond Paste and C CRYSTALLIZED CHERRIES; just-in, boxes Price each SHELLED ALMONDS; per pound -----......55c SHELLED WALNUTS; per pound .........55o ALMONDS, WALNUTS, BRAZILS and PECANS Per pound............................25c FILBERTS and PEANUTS; per pound ......20o MIXED NUTS; per pound ..................20c MINCE pound glass, each.........25c MINCE MEAT; 4 pound tins, each..........65c MINCE MEAT; 1 pound pkts.; 2 for........25c IMPORTED TABLE flAlSINS, fancy 1lb packets Each 40c and 45c TABLE FIGS, FANCY LAYERS; per pound..20c FARD pound .................15c ENGLISH .PLUM 1 pound bowls.........................40c 2 pound bowls.........................-70c FRESH OYSTERS; solid meats; quart .....SOc Pints .......'..............50d An extm lot'for Xmas. BROOKFIELD PORK in every Friday. 1 pound boxes, each ...........251 RIBBON MIXED CANDY; per1 pound .'......25c be an extra .rush the last week or We advise r command with a large and splendid jlne of goods Nuts, Shelled and Unsheljed; Table Figs, 'Imported m Puddings, Ganong's and Lush-us Fancy Choco- mas Stockings, Crystallized Cherries, etc. We also ryctalllzBd Fruits of all kinds. i QUEEN bulk, very fine flavor; you will like these. Per pint CANDY CANES; 10c and .20c FANCY CREAMS, MIXED; per pound ......30c GROCER'S MIXED; 2 pounds, for GANONG'S G. B. FANCY In bulk: per pound up to ?5c LUSH-US FRESH MADE All the best kinds; per pound ..........50c FANCY pound, 1' pound and 2 pound BOXES, Ganong's and Lush-us from 30c each and up XMAS CRACKERS--Per and up ..........5c each and up JAP sound, good size; box..70c NEW NAVEL 40c, 50c FLORIDA GRAPE and 15c EMPEROR pounds for ..'.......350 JERSEY CRANBERRIES; .per pound .......15c APPLES, FANCY No. 1 Jonathans; special per box No. 1 Grimes Golden; per box No. 1 Molntosh per No. 1 per box A lot" of cheaper lines if you want them. CHRISTMAS TREES We have a large shipment of these arriving a week before Xmas. All spec- ially selected for us at prices ranging from 60c up to S1.00. Place orders now and get the best. THE GOOD CO. Store! Phoiel271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 START A SET! ITost young girls, (and some trl d er ones) would like to haye a "set7 of White Ivory-the initial cost often proving a har- rier. Our suggestion Is that you buy an odd piece now' and again and -before you are aware you are in possession of a complete set, and imposing no hardship on the purse. We have-'-the selections: Brushes and Combs Mirrors Glove Boxes Jewel Caskets Powder Boxes Shoe Horns Nail Files Nail 'Buffers Hair' Receivers Toilet Trays Etc., Etc. And invite your inspection. Store MARKETS FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, 3Ian Bee 10 and closing prices on the gram changes today were Wheat- Bet, May Bee. Mai Flax- Dec. May Open Close 1 06i 1 05 1091 107, 39T 39 42} 1.823; 188J 1865 For Patriotic Fund The Hon. Treasurer, R. J. R. Pater- son begs to acknowledg the receipt of the following donations' to this fund: Dominion Rebekah Lodge No. 41, per Mr..H; S. White; being the pro- ceeds of the dance held on the 26th November; Dr. <5. C. Pinhorn; Pinhorn Alberta, per 3Ir. C. B. Bowman, and-Kuox Church choir J30.00, being iiu% of the net proceeds the Old Time concerts-held on the 1st and 2nrt fast. :K. of P. Elect Officers At the regular weekly meeting of the above order'held Wednesday'even- ing iu their Castle hall, the following officers were' elected: Chancellor R. W. rowman; Vice C. Bent, Prelate, J. E. Clarke; Master jf W., L. Luiidy; K.'of R. Master of M. Ritchie; Master of BK., W. Tarlor; Mas'ter of Arms, W. 0. Col- lier; Inner A. Carlson; Outer Guird, Jas, Tibmasi Aiidltors, Dr. M. B. Steele, J. E. Clarke. Geo. N. Me- Lean; Trustees 'C. B'. P. Conj'beare, Dr. M. B. at. Ritchie; Jr. Rtprejontative' Ora'nii Lodge, Dr. M II. Steele. The Senior representative Boeing W. I. Taylor, who hu one More Home Guard Regimental Orders Wheat- No. 1 Nor. No 2 Nor No 3 Nor No. 4 Nor...... Oats- No. 2 C. W. Ivo 3 C. W Extra N 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed No 1 N Vv C. jNo 2 C fl. The Home Guard drills will be dis continued during the holiday season. The Home Guard shooting gallery and reading room, located at the head- quarters is. open every evening- All members and their friends are1 invit- ed. By order of the OFFICER COMMANDING. Only One f'BROMO QUININE" To get the genuine, call for full name, LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Look for signature of E. W.'GROVE. Cures a Cold in One Day. 25c. ANNOUNCEMENTS WINNIPEG .CASH. PRICES Dec. TUav Dec. Mav 1.05 1.021 99" 97 31 36 35 Si 1.80 1.77 CHICAGO WHEAT 1.15 1.1G8 1.11 MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT 1.08J 1.08? YESTERDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES Calgarr: Hogs, 58.30; CatHe, 16.20; Cows, LOCAL MARKETS PRICES The annual nomination of C. O. P. officers will be held tomorrow even- ing. Meeting at 8 o'clock sharp. 304-z HAITI-DRESSING Combings made up, shampooing, manicuring, first class wotV guaranteed. Miss Buck, C25 7th St. S., Phone 1637. 305-6 Hair Work. Combings made up "worlc guaranteed. 'Phone 502. .art-Are., S. StllU LOCAL GRAIN Wagon prices Wheat Oat Flax. Barley Track pricef Oats Klai Barley BUYING PRICES FOR No. 1 timothy, baled, ton Choice alfalfa No. 1 alfalla, baled, ton Standard alfalfa No. 2 olfalfri____________ 83 26 158 441 30 162f 53 HAY 10.00 1000 9.50 9.00 __ gnft D0tL CABS and VELOCIPEDES, f etc., etc. have received a large shipment of various wheeled toys and these are now on displiu ia the Toy Department. Waggons, all steel, very strong, to steel frames and rnb- bei tii to low racing machine, work- ed with the to Doll of steel and leather (collapsible) up to Doll btcel and wood with hood, to Doll Basket work and steel wheels and frame, rubber tires, a Our Toy Department In Basement, is most complete in Alberta. Pay it a visit. Red Cross Drug Book Go, PHONE 1113 or 416 For Your Groceries and Fruits for Saturday FRUITS ORANGES; new Nil- dozen .25, 35 LARGE LEMONS Per dozen FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT; '2 for BANANAS Per dozen 3 "pounds 'for We have a-'Jew' JONATHANS' left at per case JAP ORANBLS Per Ojox VEGETABLES Cabbage Beets and Carrots per pound "CELERY 2 pounds for FRESH TOMATOES California, per pound CUw FRESH TOMATOES Hot House, pound LETTUCE Per pound 30c 25c 35c 35c 70c Tc 25c 30c 25c 15c LEMON, UltANGl! CITRON; pound READY' CUT PEELS Per box RAISINS 2 packages 'for CURRENTS Per pound SULTAN4 RAISINS 2 pounds for PICKLES DILL PICKLES 2 dozen for SWEET MIXED PICKLES, quatt frj a bottle ol TOMATO C4.TSUP Per bottle LIBBY'S. finest made 2 pounds foi HEINZ APPLE '.BUT- TBR in crock's wlfw 35c C'A JST D Y Caramel's, per pound Special Prices on China We are unpacking a'case of Limoges China of a prellv now pattern. Wo arc a-bie to oiler special pi ices on this to a mistake in shipping the rase to the wiong party. We will be glad to show you this line. Something very nice lor a Christinas present. We also have a number of difteient articles in China for picscnts. l H. A. McKillop Co. No 1 bluejomt Y. n 50 ton 1 50 Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, 55-530. Fat cows, killing wethers, 6J. killing ewes, 5Jc. Select hogs, JoO-250 Ibs 7Jc Live poultn'. springers, 15c. Ib. Live Dressed pouItryr-Fowl, Fresh gathered e.sgs, 40c. doz. Noi 1 'Farmers' dairy butter; 30c. BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per cwt. 00. per cwt, 00. Turnips, per Potatoes, per ton, lo S13. Parsnips, per cwt, 51.50. CahWe. to 11.04 Geo. R. Dixon Co. WORK Mttil Rooflng, Llahtlno, Cornice jiitl Sky Llghtt. PHONE 1057 f. 0. BOX 534 Office: Rear of Stafford Block CITY AND DISTRICT New Hesitli Dr. D D McCalluin, recentlj an-, pointed health officer for Warner mun- icipality, paid a business visit to Leth- bridge yesterday. Second Debate''T6nmht The second debate in the proi Incial high school contest will take place this evening In Central school be- tween the Lethbrldge negative speak ers and the Pmcher Creek affirmative spSakers... Funtipl of Taber Man litr funeral of Chas.' Mikesell, the Taber man who died this week in the (ialt Hospital, will be held Saturday afternoon'at'2.o'clock, from Ketterly's undertaking parlors, to the public cemetery, I. O. 0. F, Milting All members of I.O.O.F. are request- ed to attend the regular meeting of the Lethbridf c Lodge No 1 tonight at 8 o'clock. P. 6., J. VV. Miller of Car nmngay, deputy gran4 master of Al- berta, will The tint ae groe will be nut Rclrcehmeulf i be nerved. For Red Croll The following contributions haie have Post office staff IP 00 School District Teacher's, Association J5000, Leth- brid'ge 'Cblliencr oompjnj A Patriotic Concert The trustees of tlje Kcllance school disttfct stf of Taber are holding a %afrfoilc "jsoncort !n the school on prtiWSr evening the 17th The proceeds wlll'go to the Patriotic Fund A biglcrowd is expected from all the countryside. MAGIC LEAKING POWDER no turn. ;