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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL ERALD HOTEL WINDSOR ____ Best a Day Hotel in Aiberta Aid Bread SOME NEW LINES WE RECEIVED TODAY Imported Cluster Uaisins. in UhiNS, Valencia Raisins, Shelled Walniils, WasyslaHe's Pliim I'luldingN, GowhvillU's' Preserv- ed Fruits. Fm-niv.W Pure Jains. Machiren's Roquefort, Cream, Cream ISi'iclc and Liinbnrger Cheese, etc.. ?tc. FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS SEE OUR SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENT HERALD. WE PRODUCE THE GOODS ALWAYS. IN YESTERDAY'S OFFICE PHONE 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 525 BY ELEANOR H. PORTER Now Selling for 75c. This is one of a large number of and books that we are selling at 75c each, 3 for S2.00. The KENNY ALLIN Co., Ltd The Drug-B.ook Store Phone 14S7 TEUTONS FAIL Petrograd. via London, Dec. 12. failure of Teutonic attacks in Romania is reported today by the war office. We Have Just Received a Shipment of Ontario Honey 12 or. jars, :..........25c Vk Ib. tins, each 16 oz. jars, each 35c i Ib. tins, each........... .51.00 TICKNER CO. TEUTON OFFENSIVE Petrograd. via London, Dec. 12. forces took the offen- sive on Monday in the -region of Kiselin, in Vblhynia, west of Lutsk. Today's war office state- ment says the' Russians were pressed back but that subsequent- ly the position was regainsd. BERLIN REPORT Berlin, via Sayville, Dec. Heavy attacks by the Russians in the wooded Carpathians and along the Moldavian frontier of Ruma- nia were renewed a war office statement today. The attacks were repulsed. The town of Vizil, on the, railway between Ploechti and Buzeu, has been cap- tured by Austro-German forces. Urstceni also has been occupied. Heavy artillery actions are re- ported on the Franco-Belgian front both in the Somme region and the Verdun sector. You should- select your Xiuaa Greeting Cards nowMvhile our stock ,-is. complete. TVe are showing an entirely new stock with New and Orig- inal Designs and with- New Greetings. Prices 5c to 25c each. Christmas Post Cards, 2 for 5c or 25c per dozen. Xmas Seals, Tags, etc, 5c, 10c and 15c'per package. Tk Red Cross Drig Book Co., Limited PHONE 555. Members Lethbridge Local No. 571. U. M. W. of A., lire busy today polling iht'ir'votes for the various dis- trict officers tor the coining year. In- dications ure that a heavy vote will be polled Uiroughout the district. The odicers who are elected today will form the executive who will have to scrap it out" with the coal operators I for the increase in wages asked for j a month ago, and every miner is there- j fore interested to a much .greater de- i grce than ordinarily would be the case. I AT FERNiE j (Special to Ihe llpriilcl) j Fernie, Dec. point to a heavy vote in the Gladstone local today, which may reach 700 ballots, so i that'the result will not be known tin- til tomorrow morning. "04 Thirteenth St. S. (Opposite Ellison Mills) ITIGINBTHAM'S ELECTIONS AT THE 'HAT Medicine Plat, Alta., Dec. erman Sam Cruickshank today was elected mayor by a majority of 31 j votes over William Rutherford, the' vote being 4tU to -130. Alderman J. W. I the third candidate, polled j only 70 votes. The aldermen elected by acclamation were A. P. Burns, E. j j A. Belle, E. D. Dennett and J. II. -Mnr-JJ shal.. I Public school trustees elected today i wero Dr. Gfieshinv R. 0. .Black (re-elected) and 11. S. Ireland. JOHN GILMORE'S QUAKER BREAD FOOD NOT LUXURY. DR. WILEY OF, THE MOTHcRS' MAGAZINE, SAYS -THAT BREAD IS THE CHEAPEST AND BEST FOOD THAT CAN BE BOUGHT TO- DAY AND PEOPLE SHOULD EAT MORE BREAD AND LESS MEAT. DR. WILEY. WAS FOR.. YEARS HEAD OF THE PURE FOOD BUREAU OF THE U. S. GOVERNMENT. SANTA PRESSED the BUTTON OPENED TOYLAND and the Christmas Gift Dept. at the 13th Street N. a Few Days Ago. _ SHOWING A BIG DISPLAY OF Toys, Ebony Goods, Cut Glass, Fountain Pens. Candy. Etc. SEE WHAT HE HAS BROUGHT TQ, NORTH LETHBRIGGE DIRECT PRIVATE WIRE v to Winnipeg, _ Chicago and Minneapolis Montreal Continuous Market .Quotations on All Grains. Highest priais obtained for grain in.aiiv position. Future Contract Grain Bought or Sold for Cash MEMBERS OF WINNIPEG EXCHANGE, MINNEAPOLIS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE. BA1RD BOTTERELL PHONE 1599'- MANAGER RESIDENCE. 1862 UNION BANK BUILDING .LETHBRIDGE ARCHIE E. REESOR, MGR. EDMONTON. SWIFT CURRENT, MOOSE JAW; HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. Chicago. Dec. on the 11 Chicago board of trade, on receipt oi 1 '-'the news of proposals for peace of 1'. Germany anil her allies broke over S 'rents. May wheat last night at Within fifteen minutes after opening today the price touched The extreme drop for May delivery., of as com- pared wiifer point buyers took hold with rigor ant! j a rally to for ensued. Trad- i ing was on a huge scale. i At Winnipeg j Winnipeg. Dec. closed down for December and lower for May. Oat? dropped 2fgi: in j December and 39ic in May. Barley i was 1 to 6c lower. 'Flax lost in December and Gc in Hay. Minneap- olis wheat Svas down in Decem- j her, 9c in May and in July. Aj big excited, bearish market on war I news. The first reporti; got liitle cre- dence from the trade though they caused some early liquidation, but later developments caused wheat to ih-op. The decline '.vent over lOc and the close was a period of 'weakness, j The volume of trade was fair, ing to the active, market and wjde; ranges, though- there Mas no" special j feature. The liquidation was -geu-j Several big interests were on the selling aide. The cash market was very weak with all wheat except No. 1 Northern and No. 2 Northern, almost unsaleable. -Premiums rtook a drop and No. 3 is now a delivery pro? position. Oats and barley were also weak. WINNIPEG CASH PRICES No. 1 Nor...174U No. 2 No. 3 Nor...-lG5i4 "No. 4 Nor...l-fSU No. 5 Northern HSU i 2 C. W.. No. Z.-C. W.. [Extra 1 Feed............... 50% Barley- No. 3 S5 No. 3 BO Rejected and Feed........... 75 Flax- No. IN. W. C.............. 252 No. 3 C. FUTURES Winnipeg Whcat-V Dec. 180y. May............ 184 ,177% Oats- Dec, iiaVj 53 Vi .May............ fiOV'i 57'4 I 258Vj 252 May ,7ust the tiling For this weather. 25c A Bottle ID. Higinbotham Co Limited "Alberta's Pioneer The Wholesale and TELEPHONE NO. 322 CITY AND DISTRICT For Patriotic Fund i The following Imve cioimtej to the j Patriotic "Fund: Lethbridge i Company S1UO.OO: Staff l.etlibridge LaM-ulrv "Herald" Route Boys I. O. 0. F. Meeting -Lethbridge Encampment Xo. 7, i! O. O. F. will hold a special meeting in the l.O.O.F1.' hall Wednesday even- ing, when the Grand I'atriarch will pay his official visit. All members are requested to attend. Mason Risch Limited Balmoral Block Lelhbridge Vlctrolas, Victor Records, Viol- ins, Accordeons, Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise. Mall Orders Given Careful Attention. Manicuring Tluv Women's Comfort Hoonis Room .1, Hull Blocfc. Phane 1710 Dec....... May......... July......... Dec.......... May.......... July 175% 171 182 174 17714 170'; TO ELECTRIC LIGHT CONSUMERS Owing" to the increasing .number of applications from' Light Consumers tc have their meters tested: the fact that only a boia 11 percentage oi1 the "Meters examined are fount! faul- ty, in future, a fen of side will be charged and added to the Customer's Light Bill, providing the 'Meter tested ift found to be operating within the limif of accuracy prescribed by law. Atl. X. Ccinintesioner. C. P. R. Pictures io Be-.Shown Here i The C. p. 11. Publicity Department I has arranged with Mr. Fleming to Khow their films depicting Irr-igatior., farming, 'threshing, and other scenes connected with agricultural dcvelon- i iuent in the Lethbridge district at Starlaml on Wednesday an Thursday. Death of John Alexander John Alexander, father of'W. P. J. Alexander, former druggist iu the, city, died on Sunday at his.houie, 512 12th Street North, at the age of 72 years. He had lived here for some years. A funeral service was held yesterday at the home of Rev. J. Fran- cis, after" which the remains were sent east to Peterboro, Ont., for interment. f Death of Infant Yesterday the two old in- fant child of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clarence Vernatti died the family residence, 297 7th Avenue South. The funeral held this morning from Fotterly's parlors, Rev. W. F. Burns officiating. Interment in the Public cemetery. Body Shipped to Hat The remains of the.late E. 13. Park- er wtio was killed in the wreck .on Saturday morning at Chin were for- varded last m'glit from Fetterly'e parlors to Medicine Hati where intern- ment will take placeJlf. .las. Moore, the deceased's father-in-law accom- panied the body. MAKE PRESENTS Hayr Hardware Go. Phone 5 7 5 P.O.Box 275 159 17114 145 154 165% 142% LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Track Prices Wheat .....157% Oats 44% Barlcv SI Flax .......23C Prices Wlieat .....152 Oats 4H4 Barley Barley LIVESTOCK PrtlCES Choice steers; K to fat cows 614 to 6. Select hogs, 130 to 200 !bs., 954. Choice killing wetltenj Choice killing ewes, The Popular Scotch Line TO THE OLD COUNTRY DIRECT GLASGOW SAILINGS From Steamer Date Portland CASSANDRA 20 Portland ATKENIA Doc. 28 Halifax SATURNIA Jan. 20 Tickets from any S. S. or It. 11. DONALDSON LINE H E. LIDMAN, General Agent, Winnipeg. 449 Main St. Ph. M. 5312 Vancouver, B.C. 531 Granvlllc St, TUBS and 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 Prorrioted to Captaincy Relatives in the-city received word today that Lieut. Phil Bawden had teen promoted to he captain oC the' J iOth 18th brigade. Capt. f Rawdcll the 20th battery and after in the trench-' es several months was taken ill with] diphtheria, which he has just recently recovered. ANNOUNCEMENTS St. Patrick's church Is holding a bazaar in the Standard Furniture Co.'s old atand on Friday and Saturday, December loth and 16th. St. Patricks church bazaar, in the Standard Furniture Co.'s old stand, Friday and Saturday next. Fancy work for sale, fisli pond, afternoon lea and; after 5.30 on Saturday. A good place to buy your Christinas pres- ents. 308-3 apfii town write and our. wagons will call and get them. Crystal Dairy, Limited Phone 1 I. O. 0 .F. NOTICE Viaduct Lodge Xo. 53, I. O. O. K. j confer the Initiatory Dcgrco atj ihrroddfellow'.s Hall or. Tuesday even-! ins the ISth istnnt. H. A. Parlter, i D.G.M., and .1. nradshaw, P.O., Will deliver addresses on this occasion and refreshments will be served All Odrt- fellowa of the city and visiting Odd- fellows are cordially Invited to attend. A. E. DUNLOP, S07-3 Secretary. For Christmas up. up. DOLLS' up. SHOO FLY up. TOY TOYS AT ALL PRICES. Robertson's Book Store 118 FIFTH 8TS. PHONE 1265 OLD BENTLEV STANB ;