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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta Pride of Alberta First Aid to Better TAYLOR-MADE SOME NEW LINES WE RECEIVED TODAY Imported -Cluster Raisins, VUiskuMl Figs in Glass. Valencia Shelled Walnuts, Fluni Puddings. (Joodwillies'Preserv- ed Fruits. Fumivals' Pure .lains.lMaclarcirs Roquefort, Cream, Cream Brick and Limbunyer Cheese, etc.. etc. FOR FURTHSR PARTICULARS SEE OUR SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENT IN MONDAY'S HERALD. WE PRODUCE THE GOODS ALWAYS. Mother s Favorite MI SSL 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 TALLIN Co., Ltd The Drug-Bjjdk Store Phone 1487 I We Have Just Received a Shipment of Ontario Honey 12 oz.Jars, each 16 oz. jars, each 25c 35c 2yz Ib. ..........55c .5 Ib. tins, each TICKNER CO. Winnipeg. Dec, 13. December wheat closed lower after a fiuc- tuation for the morning of 4-f.ic. -May closed I! cents lowei- after a fluctua- j tion of Minneapolis Mcy closet! 1 cent higher after a fluctuation of; i December was lower on a i fluctuation of and July closed l' cent higher on a. fluctuation of 5Uc. I oats braced up near tlie. close and showed a gain for the day of ITgC on December and on jtlay. Barley broke 3 "cents in December, aud 5 cents in May. I An excited market, at times very; wild. The trade was of fairly heavy j volume owing to the activity of pric-1 es. Heavy liquidation appeared in the morning but profit-taking steadied the prices and brought prices backjja the previous close. Heavy short selling i on bearish pit sentiment caused.- pric- es to slump but the United States markets did not respond. The trade has been well liquidated and the outside speculative interest is almost entirely 'eliminated. The market is in a very iiealihy state, ami liable to jump either way. The cash market saw little improvement. Oats and flax are freely ._ Futures Winnipeg Dec ,May 177 H Oats Dec 5-1 May 5'i Dec 251 I 204 Thirteenth SL S. (Opposite Ellison Mills) SANTA PRESSED the OPENED TOYLAND and the Christmas Gift Dept. at-the 2W 13th St. N. Phone 445 SHOWING A BIG DISPLAY OF DOLLS, WHITE GOODS, EBONY GOODS, CUT GLASS, FOUNTAIN PENS, (WkNDY, PERFUMES AND EDISON PHONOGRAPHS. WAIL AND PHONE'ORDERS'P'R'OM'RLY; ATTENDED TO. gift no sooner V The opened than it's used. Kodaks from up. 'Ui'ownies as low as Tfee Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limiiea PHONE 555. FURTHER PROHIBITION IM FRANCE Paris, Doc. Briaml announced to the Cham- ber of Deputies today ho had decided to.ask Parliament to enact legislation providmg for further restriction ui con- sumption of aicholic beverages throughout Prance. v CITY AND DISTRICT Board of Trade-'Luncheon The regular luncheon or the Board of Trade be held Thursday noon at the, Chinook club. Standard Bank Branch The Standard Bank has opened a branch at Bimlett, under the manage- ment of C. T. McKinnon. formerly ac- countant at Winnipeg. Dee.......... May......... July......... Dec.......... Jlay .Inly......... 1ST 14-1 H3li Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat- No. I Xor...l73S 2 _NTo. i Xo. 4 No. 5 Nor.. .117% No. I'jXor.. No. 0. 54 Xo. 3 0. W. Extra Xo. 1 Feed Xo. 3 SO 4....... lieiected ami Feed Xo. 1 X. W. C.............-...: No. 2 C. W....................'- 80 LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices DIRECT PRIVATE WIRE to Winnipeg, Chicago and Minneapolis Montreal Continuous Market Quotations on All Grains. Highest obtained tor gram in any position. Future Contract Grain Bought or Sold for Cash or on Margins. MEMBERS OF WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE, MINNEAPOLIS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, OF TRADE. BAIRD BOTTERELL RESIDENCE 1862 LETHBRIDQE PHONE 1599 MANAGER 616 UNION BANK BUILDING ARCHIE E. REESOR, MGR. EDMONTOrJV SWIFT CURRENT, MOOSE JAW; HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. Track Prices Prices Wheat .....157U Wheat .....H9 Oats Oats 40 i Barley .-----78 Barley 71 Flax .......237 Flax .223 LIVESTOCK P.tlCc.S Choice steers, cows 5Vi to 6. Select hogs, 161) to 200 Ibs., Choice killing wethers, Choice killing ANNOUNCEMENTS O. 0. F. MEEtlNtT The regular meeting of the Cana- dian Order of Foresters will be held in the K. of P. hall tomorrow evening, i Invaluable in Child- ren's Colds and Conghs sprinkled on pillows and giiaze administer- ed without offence to or know- ledge of the child. We have a selsct quality in one ounqe bot- tles at 25c- J. B. Biginbotham Co "Alberta's Pioneer prugglste." The Wholesale and retail TELEPHONE NO. 322 A. O. F. Meeting Court Unity A. O. F. will hold their regular monthly in Burg- inann's hall tomorrow (Thursday) ev- ening at S o'clock. Business: Gener- al and election of officers for the en- suing year. Postponed I. O. O. F. Meeting The special meeting of 'Lethbridge Kueampment No. 7, I. 0. 0. P., to have been held tonight, has heen post- poned indefinitely, the grand patri- arch having sent word that he be unable to attend. Honor Graduate The report of the shorthand exam- ination of the Institutc-of Canadian Commercial Educators, for the month of has jiisfcome to hand. I Among the honor graduates appears the name of Miss Agnes Bullock, of the Garbutt Business College, LeUi- bndgc. Lethbridge's Development C. P. R. Bulletin No. 95, contains an extensive reference to the develop- ment and prosperity of the Lethbriclge district as indicated by the 3argc crops, etc. Reference is made to the purchase of the Bellevue. ranch and to the enlargements contemplated at the KSIison Mills. Thanks to C. P. R. The Foremost citizens have sent -the-following, message to Sunt. Cot- tcrill, of the C.P.TC. here: "The sin- cere thanks of the citizens of Fore- most are extended to the C, P. R. for the assistance rendered by the con- struction crew and for the use of wa- ter during the recent fire. The aid was' timely and will not be forgot- ten." JOHN GILMORE'S BREAD QUAKER BREAD IS A FOOD NOT LUXURY. DR. WlliEY OF THE MOTHERS' MAGAZINE, SAYS THAT BREAD IS THE CHEAPEST AND REST FOOD fHAT 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. CORP. ALEX. F. SHAW KILLED IN Morrissey, B. C., Dec. Alexander Flesher Shaw, eldest son'of Major and Mrs. C. A. B. Shaw of Mor- rissey internment camp, was killed in action somewhere in France on Nov. 10. Corp. Shaw was born in Victoria iii 1891! and lived in Greenwood for a A Successful Campaign A very successful three weeks' mis- sionary campaign has just 'been con- i eluded in "Wesley church with last -i Sunday's services. Tn addition to the j I pastor's sermons and addresses, an j unique feature has- been the assist-' anee of- laymen, who spoke from en- tirely new angles. A week ago. Mr. S. J. Shepherd spoke on the problem of home missions, and the assimila- tion of the foreigner, aud Mr. H. H. Cragg on the responsibility for Ori- ental evangelization in ,Tapan and West China. Last Sunday Rev. Ar- thur Earner, of Calgary, spoke in the MAKE USEFUL PRESENTS 9x12 Hayr Hardware Co. Phone 575 P.O. Box 275 Thursday, Dec. Mini -at 8- sharp.! number of years. He attended High has-been con.side. Nomination of officers, also initiation school in Victoria. He joined a Root- wheS .I'iVi'smn will take place. AH members please 1 enay battalion in August, 1915, en- expected the ?1100 attend. listing from Greenwood. He came of a line of soldiers. His St. Patrick's church is holding a grandfather was Major Alexander bazaar in the Standard Furniture Co.'s Kbaw of Oak 'Hill, Toronto. His jolrt stand on Friday and Saturday, great-grand father, Cant. Alexander j December 15th and Mth, j Shaw, fought through the whole of I the Peninsular war and at Waterloo, St. Patrick's church bazaar, in tl-.c; lvWIo grcat grcat grandfather, Standard Furniture Co.'s old stand, Friday and Saturday next. Fancy work Major-Gen, Eneas Shaw" was one of the founders of the Emnire, being for sale, fish pond, afternoon tea and, of the troops in Upper supper after 5.30 on Saturday. A good j Canada at the time of his death. .place ents. to buy your Christmas QUININE THAT DOES AFFECT HEAD. 308-3 NOT Mason Risch Limited Balmoral Block Lethbridge vfctrolas, Victor Records, Viol- ins, Accordeons, Sheet Music Merchandise. Mail Orders Given Careful Attention. Because of its ami laxative J 'effect.-Laxative Bromo'Quhiine can-lie taken by anyone without causing ner- vousness nor ringing; in the head, j There is 'only, one "Brbpio Quinine." E. W. Grove's signature is on box. 25c. The Women's Comfort Rooms Room 1, Hull Block. Phone 1710 REGENT OP POLAND via Lo'ndon, Dec. Charles Stephen of Austria has been selected to be regent of Poland, with the prospect of election as king, later. Jlis only brother, Norman A. K Shaw, is with tlie 106th battalion, now in England. STATE- BARS 'DIME NOVEL' FILMS showing safe crackers at work, tmmps steal-' ing watches ami jjeople taking c to picture be eliminated exhibitions in according from moving Pfimsyivasiin, issued by the state hoard of censors. A long list of film 'nlays. some of them with heroines tied to tracks; are forbidden. -There, are lot of horses in this I country that never should have been foaled, and tlie-sooner they go to the glue factory the said John Dominion Live Stock rair. Com- morning and he and Dr. Galbraith in the evening. Dr. Galbraith's address was remarked upon as being quite nriifiue, using 'the surgical oper- ation of skin-grafting as an illustra- tion of mission work. The objective fixed for this year was 51000. This has been considerably exceeded and ire completed it is mark will he pass- WANTED TUBS and CANS of oUr ice cream tubs and cans are still put.- We will appreciate it if those having any of these will or if out of town write and cur-wagons will call and get them. Crystal Dairy, Limited Phone 1576 Parties In Case Known Here The following item from the Spokesman-Review of Spokane, in several of the parties mention- ed are well known here, will be of in- terest locally: V. H. Van Slyke of Minneapolis, filed yesterday in the federal court a petition to' have John II. Downs, a Spokane "realty dealer I and broker, declared a bankrupt. Slyke's petition states that he isi seeking to collect a claim of against Downs. This claim, assigned; to him', is the result, the .petition! states, "at a judgment rendered by the United States circuit court in the Montana district October 1, against Downs and others. Downs, the petition alleges, 'was an officer anil confidential agent of the 0. W. Kerr company, purchased a. tract of land for and "falsely and fraudulent ly represented to said the O. W. Kerr j company tbat the purchase price of said land was tie sum of which said sum (he said John Downs, j together with otiier defendants, tained for their rise and benefit.'! Thej judgment" represents the alleged dif-j ference in price and interest. The petition gncs on to ask the court to j lake control of property which, it Is; alleged, Downs has recently deeded toi his wife. I For Christmas up. VE1 OClPEDKS-7-From ,x. -fii-OO up. DOLLS' up. SHOO FLY up. TOY 5cup. TOYS AT ALL PRICES. Robertson's Book Store 118 FIFTH ST S. PHONE 1265 OLD BENTLEY STAND ;