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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL. COMFORTABLE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta When the its just as good as Taylor Made he doubts your Cut Out for Reference OUR SPECIAL CHRISTMAS ADVERTISEMENT On Today's Page 16 (last page) OFFICE PHONE 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES A. Suggitt, of Coaldale, Reaps Thirty-two Bushels From 27 Acres j ________ I 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 The KENNY ALLIN Co., Ltd The Drug-Book Store Phone 1487 H. A. Suggitt of Coaldale, has a 27-acre field which has set a rec- ord for flax production. This year the 27 acres produced 8SC bushels of flax, an of bush- els per acre. The same field was in flax last year and produced 850 bushels for bushels per This makes an averafle of 32 bushels each year. The (and had netted well over the S1CO mark for the two crops, as flax today is quoted at about 52.40 net on track, Coaldale I We Have Just Received a Shipment of Ontario Honey 12 oz. jars, each...........25c Ib. tins, each 55c 16 01. jars, each 5 Ib. tins, each .......-----.51.00 TICKNER CO. 204 Thirteenth St S. (Opposite Ellison Mills) 'hone 364 I Phi FUTURES Winnipeg Dec ijlay I Oats- Dec CHOICE MEATS LetlibridgeJPeople Can Get Good Service and Good Meats by Phone. The fact that we have many very particular people frotrv 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 MifVT MARKET IN THE CITY W. HOPKINS, AVENUE NORTH. 167 177% 150% 5B 61 180% 1S3K 175% 147% You should soled your Xmas Greeting Cards now while our stock is complete. We .are showing an entirely new stock with Nen- and Orig- inal Designs ami with New Greetings. Prices 5c to 25c each. Christmas Post Cards, 2 for 5c or 25c per dozen. I Xmas Seals, Tags, etc, 5c, 10c and 15c per package. Tke Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited PHONE 656. WINNIPEG CASH PRICES No. 1 Nor... 183 No. 2 Nor...ISO No. 3 Nor...175 No. 4 Nor...163 No. 5 Northern 132 I Oats- No. 2 C. W.. 5G NO. 3 C. W.. Extra 1 Feed 53H i 3......100 No. 4 90 Rejected and Feed.......... SO i Flax- No. 1 N. W. C............... 258% No. 2 C. W.................. 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 ARCHIE E. REESOR, MGR, BRANCHESlCALGARY, EDMONTON, SWIFT CURRENT, MOOSE JAW; HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. LOCALJMRKETS Grain Livestock Track Prices Wagon Prices Vv'heat .....166y. Wheat .....IBS Oats 47% Oats....... 44% Barley .....S2 Barley .....71 Flax ___...242% Flax.......231 Christmas Hands Now is the time to whip your hands in to decent shape Christmas. for ,VELVA Well rubbed in just before- drying the hands ,-will them looking and feeling very velvety and comfortable. Greaselesfi. Delightfully per- fumed. Sample for the asking. 25c J. D. Higinbotham Co "Alberta's -Pioneer The Start Wholesale and retail chemliti TELEPHONE NO. 322 LIVESTOCK PrilCeS Choice steers, 6 to fat cows 5.H to 6. Select hogs, 150 to 200 Ibs., Choice Wiling Choice killing ewes, ANNOUNCEMENT The ladies the Red Cross Society are holding a ''Sale of Sorts" on tlu 121st of this month in the afternoon and evening in the Standard Furniture I store. CITY AND DISTRICT Signalling Certificate Gunner A.- -Morton of the 78t> Battery, has been granted a first class certificate in signalling. 191st Reported Warned It is reported -that the 191st Battal- ion, Bryan of Macleod, officer commanding, has been warned for overseas. Curlers, Attention Lodge Meetings Moose Meeting A regular meeting will be held Tuesday at 8 p.m. Initiation of candi- dates will take place. All members are asked to be present. Mason Risch Limited Balmoral Block Leihbridge Victroias, Victor Records, Viol- Sheet Music and, Musical Merchandise. Mail Orders Given Careful Attention. HAIR DRESSING 'The Woineii's Comfort Rooms Room 1, HuU Block. Phone 1710 Masonic. Meeting North Star Lodge, A. F. A. Mi regular meeting tonight in.Mason- ijc Dominion at eight jo'clock. Election of officers for 1917. 1 I. 0. O .F. NOTICE j Viaduct Lodge No, I. O. 0. P. will confer tile Initiatory Degree at 'ths Oddfellow's Hal! on Tuesday even- ing the 12th instant. R, A. Parker, D.G.AI., and J.- Biadshaw, P.G.. will deliver addresses on this occasion and will .be served All Odd- fellows of !ho city and visiting p'llcl- .fellows are cordially invited to attend. I A. 13. j 307-2 Sycretary. ready for "the curlers tomorrow night. Skips are asked :to, get their rinks to- gether; i Dr, Leech Leaves. Cayt. Dr. Leech, of the 113th Leth- bridge Highlanclera, who afterwards transferred to the C.A.M.C. left last week for England along with a party of C. A. M. C. and A. d. C. men. Only One To get the-.genuinfi full JiAXATtvK BROMO..-QUININE. LOohr for .sigr.atu'c of E. W. GROVE. Cftres i a cokl in one day, 25c, Raised Amount Aimed At Yesterday was missionary anniver- sary Sunday at Wesley Church and the aimed at aa the church's con- tribution to the'mission fund of the church was realized. Rev. A. Earner, superintendent for South', yrn Altferta was'thia special preacher of the day discourses were inspiring, and helpful. Transferred to Caigary Trumpeter Jimmie Kingston, one of the best knoSvn of "K'1 division- .of the1! Northwest 'Mounted Police, lias been traiisfeived to "E" .at Calgary, and will leave for., there has been City .for thirteen -years, with -his parents. Two Police as trumpeter and has given great satisfaction in that post 8 are Missing Peterboro, Dec. men are now reported to be missing. They arc William Mesloy, engineer; Jus. Fos- ter, D. Howley, D. Patrick O'Connell, James Gordon and two Italians whose names could not be ascertained. Among the severely in- jured are W. Welsh, R. Chowen, M. Holden and T. Lang. A revised esti- mate is that the Quaker Oats build- ing was valued ai SiUin.flOG and the stock at another HTt i r Coleman, Dec. very pleasant evening was spent in the Eagles' hall on Wednesday evening last, when the officials and employees of the Inter- national Coal and Coke Company met together and presented the former manager and superintendent, -Mr. W. A. Davidson, with a solid silver tea service and accessories as a token of the respect ana esteem felt for him. Mr. 0. B. S. Whitestde presided and in the course of his remarks ob- served that although he regretted losing Mr. Davidson, he naturally felt the honor to the community by Mr. Davidson being selected as the first instructor in mining at the Institute of Technology, a position .unique, he believed iu tills country. Mr. White- side further eulogised the sen-ices of Mr. Davidson while working .under him for a period of eight years, and commented upon the success achieved. .'Other speakers were D. Davies, Mr. Morrison, Jas. Scott and J. McKeagan, the latter describing the neighborly love that, existed between Mr. David- son and himself, especially during that period of the year when the late superintendent's garden was bloom- ing. For the employees, ID. Milley made a fine stirring address, testifying to the respect and trust felt in Mr. Dav- idson during his residence here, and paid tribute to the work done by him in the night school and ambulance classes. In response Mr. Davidson spoke of. the cord'ial relations that, invariably j existed between himself and those serving under him, both offieia'Sr and employees and also described in detail the work connected with his new of-; fice, showing the opportunity afford- ed the student in mining matters, etc. His speech was followed' by the gathering singing "For he is a jolly good fellow." The presentation was made by Mr. R. Morgan on behalf of the employees J and by Mr. D. Dayies for .the officials.; Ths evening's program included a; reading by J. Chalmers, a song 'by W. j Roughead, a reading and song by-I-L i Clark, a song by W. A. Brown, Mr.! Daniels presided at the piano, and! the singing of Auld Lang Syne brought to a close a very pleasant evening. JOHN G1LMQRO 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 DAY OUT AND NOT GET TIRESOME. ilP8 BUY EXFKtSS We Will Hold for Christmas Hayr Hardware Co. Phone 575 P.O. Box 275 Carlyle's Ice Cream for Xmas Dinner Dessert We are making a special reduction in ths price, of our ice cream bricks for Christmas and New Year's Day only. Orders will be delivered not packed in ice. Ice cream will keep In this weather not packed in ice. A HANDSOME'CHRISTMAS PRESENT WITH EACH ORDER Quart" Bricks of Vanilla and Strawberry..................... 50c Regular price, 60c. Quart Bricks of Orange, Lemon and Chocolate 6Qc Regular price 75c. Quart Bricks of any True Fruit or Special 75c Regular price NO ORDERS TAKEN :AFTER DECEMBER 23. ORDER .NOW. Crystal Dairy, Limited Phone 1578 Winnipeg, Dec. Robert Bor- den, R. B. Bennett, of national service, find Hon. T. C. Mor- ris, premier of Manitoba, will address two mass meetings here tonight, speaking in to expecta-1 tions, to about 4000 persons. Premier Borden arrived this morning from the j east over the Transcontinental line.'. During his stay he is the guest of Sir! James .Aikina. This afternoon the premier and Mr; Bennett will review; the troops in Winnipeg, and at" six i o'clock this evening the visitors will} be entertained at dinner at govern- ment house. Pte. G. B. McKean, of Lethbriilge, lias been wounded in action. His bro-j ther, J. W, McKean, "rpqeiyeii" wuru Saturday that the wound was a scalp' wound. Ptc.vMcKcan -was a member of the 51st Battalion. When he en- listed he was a theological student at Robertson college, Edmonton. BLANK BOOKS Our stock of BLANK BOOKS is now com- plete Avitli special rulings from two columns ivp for all purposes. Trial Balances, Unit .Record, Stock Kogisirr, Bill Books, ote. Office T'ockot iiiul Pad Diaries for Desk Blotl- ina- Fads and oilier Sundries. Robertson's Book Store 118 FIFTH ST 8. PHONE 1265 OLD BENTLEY STAND ;