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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta fcETHBniDGE DAILY HEKALD KLEVBN IF YOU DO NOT LIKE BETTER THAN THE 6 POWDER YOU HAVE BEEN USING RETURN IT AND GET YOUR MONET BACK I BEST BY TEST NEW GOVERNOR A PREACHER Tlip governor-elect of Florida 'is Hov. ij. 8. Catts, a-Baptist clorymiui, whoai, entry into politics contains interesting fctiturcB. In tho recent election' he defeated the regular Re- liUbll'pau and Democratic candidates, and goes into.office plortgecl to slate- wide prohibition and state Jurisdic- tion 'over religious schools, convents, monqJstGries, antt hospitals. Rev. Mr. CattB id about fifty years old, and twelve years ago aiKindonfcil his calling as Baptist minister to enter politics. He has been a candi- date several times tor -.public office, but this is the first lime he won out. He is a picturesque and rugged char- acter, outspoken to t.he degree, and. as lie Is under no .obl'KRtion to any political party, his of office- Is expected to prove interesting. The Market to Come To Notice the Prices BEEF per Ib.......... 10c .Boiling per Ib...... Stewing Beef, jior Ib...... 15c 'Chunk Roast, per Ib....... 15c -Top Rlbi per lie Jprlme Rib, per Ib......... 1Bc MUTTON of Mutton, per Ib. 28c Loin, of Mutton., perjb......28c SKpulders of Mutton, per Ib. 2Sc Necks and Broasts. Ib. He :.PORK .'Lens, per 18o Cut, any Ib. 22c .Loin .'of--Pork, >ir Ib, 22c 'Shoulders, per Ib. SOc Side Pork, per Ib........... 16c .Ib. 25c to 28c iHam fir ,28c 'Pure Pork Sausage, por.jb... 25c ''Pork 15c Cheese, pi'r Ib'. 16c I 2 Ids. for............... 25c iTrlpe, 2 Ibs. for 'Pork Piss. Ib............. 20t Ib' "5'lb. pail.............. Dairy Butter, per Ib. -.Creamery Ib. 2 Ibs. for............ PECIAL PRICE'S FOR ALL .ORDERS UPWARDS OF ip POUNDS Wlstinijister Meat .Market ilii r Phone 1OSS AT 10.30 O'CLOCK SHARP (Speclnl to the Raymond, Don. 14. The reports submitted at the annual meeting of the Raymond Agricultural Society hold Wednesday showed that the ciety was In tho beat shape financial- ly thuii at any previous time in its lilBtory. The past season had been a very prosperous one as shown In the financial report.submitted .by the sec- retary-treasurer. R. Farnhflm Ktmball. All the old indebtedness has been wiped out, and alter all the lime money for the fall fair lias been imid, together with the expenses for the thuro will be a good balance illlll to the society's credit. This 5400 worth oi buildings and corrals were constructed at the fair grounds purposely'for the stampede. This will remain at the park permanently, as (lie fair and stampede will likely be- come fixtures. 1 The gate receipts for the two days I of.the fair, and stampede were a sur-j prise. They amounted to over i about throo tiroes tin amount collect- ed in 1915. The donations o'- lead- Ing cttize.is and business houses had also been generous. i President James K. .Weeks was.re-1 elected for the ensuing year, as were ail of the other officers and directors. CITY AND DISTT.V.VT JPIJBLIC SALE OF LIVE STOCK WEDNESDAY, Dec. 20, '16 East of Coaldale, on N. y. J4. 9-9-19. West 4tli. HAVING DECIDED TO D.EVOTE MORE TIME TO THE BREEDING "OF BLOOD CATTLE, AM OFFERING THE FOLLOW -ING DESCRIBED, STOCK FOR SALE, EXCEPT FIVE BULLS, _____________ WITHOUT Cattle Cowa, 2 years old, of which a number aie good milch 10 head-yearling hetfero, 4 head 3 year old steers 7 head 1 year old slwri, i head yearling steers 22 head calves These cattle are'o.f Shorthorn and Hereford breeding and are in good and cows bred to.parie In April and 1B17 Four hoist of Registered Heroford Yearling Bulls to bo offered with a rteirve-bld to bo announced. Horses and Mules 4 sMa'of Good Work Mules the hig rugged kind and mated, one Bo.y 'Oelding, 10 years old .weight 1500 Ibs one Buckskin Goldlng, 8 1400 Ibs one Juekskln Gelding 3 veais, weight IJOp.lhs one Grey Sartdjo G wehj'it 10-0 good one; one Bay Mare 3 years old, suitable for saddle mare, one urey Gelding, weight 1300 Ins on.e Sorrel Gelding, 6 years, weight HOO Ibs one Roan Qoldlng, 7 years weight 1500 Ibs one Grey Mare, 9 yean weight HBO Ibs one Bay (Mare 11 yearo, weight Ibs Bay Mare, 11! yean, weight .1400 Ibs, one Bay Gelding, 8 years old, Ibs, Berkshire Hogs 40 brood sows, i months old, bred to a Registered Berk shire fw to farrow in Tho kind you read about 5 hoad Registered Berkshire eight months old Chickens 3-donen fall blood Plymouth Rook down' full bloott iPiymouth Rook cockerels. Machinery i Ouo Data OTerohot Hay SUcker and puck lUkeo, one hf.y tme fonr Metlon lorer harrow, one gang plow, one sulk) plow, tnu, eno. purinr "i MHt of net of this sals tho Of SALE NO PROPERTY TO BE REMOVED UNTIL TIMMS OF AME COMPLIED WITH- LUNCH SIMVED BY COALDALE LADIS8' AID j AV Avetteiwor. JNO MoB DAVIDSON Proceeds for All tho gate receipts at next week's Poultry Show in the old market build-! ing win go to the Sailors' Relief fund, j The ahow promises to be the befltj Humphries has 1400 entries, includint; over held here. Already Secretary j Home of the hott birds in the country. The show is to be held on the 19th, 20th and 21st. no sum and attend, it. You will soe oome high class poultry and your entrance fee will help a worthy cause. The Poultry Associa- tion is to he highly commended for its thoughtful generosity. I Broke Hie Leg i Sweet Grass Advocate: M. Pecli, manager of tho Citizens Lum- ber company! on this side and in Contts, had the mifitortune to break his leg above the knee on Wednesday morning. Mr. Peck jumped from ni wagon into a badger hole, twisting j his leg. He was taken to the local] hospital and placed under the care of Doctor Morritt, who states that it will be at least six weeks before he will be: able to get about on crutches. Appeal From Salvation Army. Through the columns ql the Herald 1 would like to. tliank all those who 90 kindly and willingly helped to make our harvest festival effort a success. The amount which our Headquarters asked us to raise was ?31B.OO. I am pleased to say with your help we got the amount, which goes to.ward the extension of our work in the west., The last, two years we have had 'K per cent, of the aniount refunded to the local corps. Now that Christmas is drawing near I woiild like to remind you that there are some people who are not able to provide very much in the way of Christmas cheer for themselves or their children; so if you can spars i something I shall be pleased to re- ceive anything yo.u like to entrust to UB.and we will do the best we can to make proper disposition of the same, and render a report. Whatever may be left over "will be devoted to relief through the winter. If you cannot give cash perhaps you have some secondhand goods which could bo turned to good account. Don't des- troy anything.just phone thQ .Salva- tion Army 712. H MUTT4.RT Ensign, Salvation Army, G23-7th St. ,At Tuesday's raqeting or the Knights of Pjthiab the following otucers elected Past c P C Bent C C, J. E Clarke V C W G Collier, Pre, L- M Fowlei, M o! W A Neidig, K of R S ano" M of P W I Taylor, M of Ex J Thomas, M of A A Carlson I G A Hamsay, 0 G H J Collier, auditors R Barrqw man A Neldlg and T T Bent> Grand Lodge representative R Barrowman At their regular meeting held in Burgman's Hall last evening the fol- lowing officers were elected for the ensuing year for Court A O F Past Chief Ranger, A. B. Jarvis; Chief F Holmes, Sub Chief Ranger, C Kemslej, Secretary, T Arnold; Treasurer, E. Hancock; S. W, N Hall, J W W Lee, S B A A'nneUs; J. B., E. Hall; Recording Secretary, ,W. Hawkins. FRANCE REORGANIZES ITS HIQHIR COMMAND Paris, Dee. NoTllle, com- niahder of the i'rench troops at Ver- dun, has been appointed commander fri chief 01 tho armleo in the north and northeast. The.official announce- ment of this appointment says it 10 the flnt step toward thi roorgsniis tlon o; the highor tommond PROHIBITION AND CINDINO FAVOR Washington, prppotoj national prohibition amendment to day was reported (tronbly to the by tkV judiciary eom- Dilttee, by a rote of 12 to 7 Tho pro posed universal suffrage tmondmont was entered reported witbmtt rcconr mendatlou. AT THE STORE OF XMAS SERVICE You can cerliiiiil.v make no inisiiikr> it'-yon conn- In1 ix' for yoiij' frrocevios. Our store ahvays lias the g'oo'ds thai people waul in ;ill brands .dim. an- die best voiitl none dial arc nor: Ke.rrs- prices are ahvays fair, so niucli so dial our customers' ally, count on-a monthly by. sl.ead.iJy bore. L1C1 Regardl cesful opera knows this customers STORE PRESTIGE of courtous salesmanship and prompt delivery service, greatest factor in tha suc- ition of a Grocery Store is WHAT IS SOLD AND .ITS QUALITY. The shrewd housewife She knows that Kerr's Grocery has a reputation for a service that makes new nd keeps old once. FRUITS AND VEGETABLES ilifornia New Navels, per dozen 45c 30c 70c 15c 10c 25c 10c 25c 25c 25c 25c 35fc FRESH Oranges, Ca 25, 35c Lemons, large size, per dozen Jap Orangts, per box Jap Oranges, per 'dozen.................. Cranberries, small size, per pound Cranberries, fancy Cape Cod, 2 ibs. for Grape Fruit, fancy Florida, each.......... Celery, California, 2 Ibs. for.............. Spanish Onions, Ibs. for........... Sweet Potatoes, Iba. for Onions, Yellow Denver, cooking, 8 Ibs. for. Lettuce, per pound.......rf Apples, No. 1 Jonathan, fine eating, per box Four pounds Apples. No. 1 wrapped Rome Beauty, Spltzenberg, per box CALIFORNIA CANNED FRUITS Peaches, Pears and Apricots. No. 1 tins, each 20c Hawaiian Pineapple, sliced, eachLJSd, island 25c Hawaiian Pineapple, grated, No. 2 tins, each 25c Strawberries and Raspberries, No, 2 tins 30c, Blueberries and Plum's, two tins 35c Bottled Fruits. New seasons, Raspberries, Yellow Peaches and Red Cher- ries, per jar......................... 35c HEAD LETTUCE, CAULIFLOWER, TOMAT- 'OES AND CUCUMBERS AT LOWEST MARKET PRICES. CANNED VEGETABLES Tomatoes, 20 cants and Corn, Peas and Beans Extra Sifted Peas...................... French Mixed Vegetables, In tins, two for RAISINS, PEEL ETC. Raisins, fancy seeded, per pkg.............. Raisins, fancy seedless, per pkg............. Raisins, eelected Valenclas, per !b.......... Raisins, Sultanas, per jb................. Currants, fanoy Vostizza, per Ib............ Currants, new cleaned, per pkg............. Peel, Citron, per pound..............., Peel, Orange arid Lemon, per pound Peel, Cut, 1 pound cartons.....-; 25c 15c 25c 45c 15c 15e 15c 20c 25c 20c 30c 35c SHELL Mixed, per .pound Almonds, per pound Walnuts, per pound........................ per pound Filberts, per pound..........---A.......... Peanuts, per pound per pound SHELLED NUTS Almonds, per hound Walnuts, per pound pound........................ Blanched Almonds, per pound Salted Jordan Almonds in gUss, each 'CHEESE, ETC. Brick Cheese, per pound Limburge'r Cheese, per .pound Ingersol Cream Cheese', cake Red and Black Currant per jar Fairy Sodas, per tin French Peas, .Beans and Mushrooms Asparagus, per tin...................... Asparagus, in glass...................... MINCE MEAT Wethey's In pkgs. 2 for i-----........... 25c Libby's in bulk, per pound 2Sc Empress, por pound 18c Libby's, In glass, large 65c TABLE RAISINS Finest Imported Malaga Raisins, B Crown Im- perlal Clusters, as. large as prunes, per Ib. SOc Four Crown, per Ib.' 35c Four Crown, 5 Ib. box', Three pound box psrllb. 26c 25c 30o 25c Sac 30c 20c 50c 55c 85c 70c SOc 40c 45c 15c 30c 3Bc 35c 60c UNWRAPPED COOKING i.APPLES, SMALL SIZE, ..SOXJND STOCK SPECIAL PRICE, P6H BOX TABLE FIGS Fancy Table, three inch, per Ib............. Fancy Table, .package, each 12y2c, 15c.and. Washed Figs in glass........................... DATES IN PACKAGES Excelsior Brand........................ Dromedary Brand ...........N............. Olives, ripe In tins Olives, ripe jn Olives, stuffed, 18c, 25c, 40c arid Olives, plain, 15c, 20c, 35c and Ol ivee, Oiives, sliced for sandwich SAUCES Lea Perrins, 45c and..................... Chili Sauce, 25c and...................... Brand's A-1.....................i......... H. P. Sauce Pepper Sauce Mint 25c 20c, 15c 20c 45c 75c SOc 30c 30c 75c 35c 20c 2Bc 30c 20c 26c PICKLES C. i. B: White Onion 50c C. 41 B. Mixed 45c C. 4. B. Gherkins.......................... 45c Libby's, Heinz and Red Cross, 20c, 25c, SOc 4 45c SEE OUR PLAIN 4 FANCY MIXED CANDY AN EXTRA LARSE ASSORTMENT TO CHOOSE FROM. 20c to 40c PER POUND. 26c' SOc 70c 35c 70c CATSUP Hein'z 36c Blue Label............................... 35c Donaico 25s ETC. Decajulie Tea, per pound 60c Kerr's Special Tea, per pound 40c Coffee. Special Blends at 35c, 40c and.....SOc Grape Juice In Bottles, Wslch's, bottlo Raspberry Vinegar, Welch's, per .bottle Apple Cider, per FANCY GROCERIES, ETC. Almond Paste, half pound Almond Glace Cherries, per box....................73c Chrystallized Cherries, per box Fruit Cake, per pound. 35c and..............40c Chill Vinegar, per bottle................... 20c Taragen Vinegar, per Mushroom Catsup, per bottle 25c Cherries In and 86c Bar le Due, red and black................. 20c Fresh Oyotcrt, We Cove Oysters, per.tfn IBc Pate de Foies Gras 60c Pate de Foles Gras, with truffles, large size Acadla Codfish, 2 Ib. wand boxes, each......40c Benidorp and 60c Honey. Berry's Pure Extracted, 25c and 35c Quart Sealers........................... 70c Five pound tins Pure Maple Sugar, half pound cakes, two for 25c Cpcoanut. Fresh grated'in tint with milk, each 20c Cocoanut Shredded, per pound ..............3Sc Cocoanuts, each........................... 20c Icing Sugar, all flavors, two Dill Pickles, per dozen ..........'..........20c Peanut Butter, in bulk China Ginger, in jars 35c Sweet Spanish Red tin.......... 16c Celery Salt, Curry Powder and Paprika, In glass, each............................ Apple Butter, Heinz, In crocks........... 15c 60c CANDIES, TEMPTING AND DELICIOUS Molfs Assorted Chocolates, per Ib. 60c Melba Assorted Ib.......... SOc Assorted per jb. 4Bc Mclba Santa Box, containing five Ibs. assorted chocolates; par box, A look over pur stock of Christmas Candles In fancy boxes, at ranging from 25C, to will convince jfcu-jhjK our line and prices moderate. Pliln and Fancy Biscuits'.. Prices from per Ib. 40c' to' The City's Big Grocei-y 313 oth St. S. GEO. rHie Store Accoimno- PHoucs ;