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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberla Aid Bread SATURDAY SPECIALS CRAB 14 cases, all Per case ------...........................50c UNWRAPPED JONATHAN sound, good color and flavor; per case JAP box. sizes, 30c, 40c and 50c lines mixed, special per dozen ...............25c NAVEL quality, sweet and juicy, psr dozen............30c, "iOc and 50c FRESH in today- Imperial Imperial Pints .........................50c B. C. 8 pounds for........25c Per pound 30o Or 2 pounds for 55c PURE APPLE Tho genuine article from Ontario; per quart 20o No. 1 storage, per dozen 40c New laid; a few coming in tomorrow FINEST Splendid range at per box -25c up Look these over. They are good value. CLOVERHILL BUTTER Fresh creamery, finest quality; per pound .50c 1917 CALENDARS-SUBJECT: "ROSY'DAWN" We are delivering these with grocery orders, one to customer. If you are overlooked, please notify us. BY ELEANOR H. PORTER Mow Selling for 75c. This is one of a large number of and 51.50 books that we ars selling at 75c each, 3 for 52.00. The KENNY ALLIN Co., Ltd The Drug-Book Store Phone 1487 OUR Stock of Good Things for Xmas is now complete. Call in and see us or phone before going elsewhere. TICKNER CO. 204 Thirteenth St S. (Opposite Ellison .Phone 364 Phone 445 :40 13th St. N YT' Is showing a big display of TOYS, DOLLS, WHITE GOODS, EBONY GOODS, CUT GLASS, FOUNTAIN PENS, CANDY, PERFUMES AND EDISON PHONOGRAPHS. MAIL AND PHONE ORDERS PROMPLY ATTENDED TO, Winnipeg, Dec, closed locally with December lower, May lower, the fluctuations of the two options for the day being li'Ts and lie respectively. Oats were down SVic for December and 3He for May. Barley lower'lor De- cember and 31 c for May. Flax closed T'iC lower for December and lower for May. Minneapolis Decem-i I ber wheat closed 12e lower. May 12 Vie lower and July 12-fye down. When closing figures were finally recorded it was found that at the low point of the day Winnipeg December soid at under the iiigli point ot the season which was and May under die high, point which ivas j Perhaps if there could be said to be any feature to such a raar-j i ket it was heavy declines on yraetic-; i ally narrow selling, this was particu-j. larly yue at the start of the market, j Chicago reported very few buyers on' the start, but fairly good buying as the; day advanced. 1 Minneapolis reported cash wheat, .quite firm in comparison to Sutures, i i There appeared to DC a muddle with! regard to the United States crop re-1 port as first reports gave wheat as, more than at the" game date i last year. Later attempts' to.correct! j statements did not improve materially out the tone the whole seemed toj be taken as bearish .was an increase of some bushels over the preliminary estimates. Futures Winnipeg Dec............. 170 -May............ 17.' Oats- Dec............. May 56 Flax- Dec. 354 May............ 267V Dec.......... A Happy Gift Idea A A Fountain Pen is such a sen- sible site. More anil more of iliwa lire being given every Christmas. Wo are prepared this year v.'ith a very large slock WATERMAN'S FOUNTAIN PENS in all different styles. Ask to sec the Self-Pilling type. Prices: to S7.00. Tke Red Cross "S Bsok Co., Limited PHONE 5E5. FORMER CHIEF ENGLISH DEAD Calgary, Dec. English, for 20 years previous to 1909 chief of police of Cal- gary, died today at the coast. GAS'CO. ELATE Calgory, Alberla, Dec. appellate of the supreme court this muniing rendered judgment in the appeal of the Calgary Gas company against tlie city. In the trial j case Judge Simmons found 'that the i company hud no right to lay pipes in I the area outside the old city limits. hi the appeal judgment three of the i judges find that the'company has the j right hut not exclusively and that the ;-cHy can also, operate outside the old Witts. Judge Reck does not concur' in this hut declares that the com- pany has the-exclusive right in this outside area as it has within the old I .limits of the city. JOHN GItMORE'S QUAKER BREAD IS A FOOD NOT LUXURY. DR. WILEY OF THE MOTHERS' MAGAZINE, SAYS THAT BREAD IS THE CHEAPEST AND BEST 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. 163 16T July Chicago Dec. May July 150 163 136 IKV- 1H 1S194 DIRECT PRIVATE WIRE to Winnipeg, Chicago and Minneapolis Montreal Quotations ou All Grains. Highest priais obtained for grain in any position. Future Grain Bought or Sold for Cash 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 LETHBRIDGE- ARCHIE E. REESOR, MGR. EDMONTON, SWIFT CURRENT, MOOSE JAW; HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. Winnipeg Cash Prices No. 1 Nor...158% No. 2 Nor.. .IfioH No 3 No. 4 Nor...134% No. .108% Xo. 6 Nor... 79% Oats- No. 2 C. W. 50% No. S C, W. -17% Extra No. 1 Feed.............-. 47% No. 1. Feed 45% No. 2 Feed 44% Barley- No. S.G Rejected and Feed 65 Flax- 1 N. AV. No. 2 C. W. .-................-247 LOCAL.iMARKETS Grain Livestock Prices May be sprinkled on pillows and guaze and thus administer- ed without offence to or khow- ledge'of the child. We have a select quality in-'one ounce b6t- tles at 25c J. D. Higinbothara Co Pioneer Druifglstt.'1 The Wholesale and r-e'ail TELEPHONE NO. 322: CITY AND DISTRICT Qualifies as Cook CV. C. Petheron, 7Sth Battery, has j qualified aa a cook. Great Falls Visitor C. C. Goynton of Great' Falls is a visitor In the city today. Light Work for Soldier Light.work is wanted for a returned soldier Here. Those who have such are asked to notify J. R- Oliver. Ranch Inspector Here George' H. Cloakey, ranch inspector I for Southern Alberta, Is In the city j today on a tour ot the south, Announcement In connection with St. Patrick's bazaar a chicken supper-; will he served tomorrow from 5.30 onwards for cents. Sheep Man Here Jas. A. HH1 of the Dominion depart- :-ment of agriculture, sheep branch, is j In the city today and will" visit number-of leading sheep men of thej district on his trip. j Coal Manager Here j N. C. Pitcher, general manager of; tlie string of coal mines of which I the North American Collieries at Kip-P' is one, is in the city. He states that: the demand for coal continues heavy, j though the output at the present is not up to the average. MAKE USEFUL PRESENTS 9x12 13.00 4 .15.00 Hayr Hardware Co. Phone 575 P.O. Box 275 Track Prices.......-Wagon Prices Wneat .....141% Wheat '.....137 Oats ......41% Barley 73 Flai .......234 37% 65 Flax .___..220 LIVESTOCK PRICES-. Choice Steers, 6 to 6V4; fat cows to 6. Select hogs, 150 to 200 Ihs.. 914. Choice killing Choic.e..killing ewes, BURDETT ELECTIONS The following councillors. have been elected for the vil- lage Bunlett: W. son, W. J. Maxwell, A..Hamil- ton.: Mason Risch Limited Balmoral Bjock Lojhbridae Victrolas, Victor Viol- ins, Accordeo'ns, Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise, Mail Orders Given Cartful Attention. 'The .Women's CjDiiiivil ROOIllK Room 1, Huir Block. Phone 1710 Wholesale and Retail Price List FROM DEC. 1st, OUR.PRICES WILL BE AS FOLLOWS: Wholesale Retail Vanilla and Strawberry Ice Cream, per gallon Chocolate, Orange and Lemon Pineapple, Cherry and Maple Walnut Ice Cream, Quart 60c 75c In Bricks of Vanilla and Bracks of Chocolate, Orange, Lemon Ice Cream............ Bricks of True Fruit, Cherry, Pineapple, Raspberry, Tutti fcrutti, Maple Walnut, 90c Milk: 8 Quart Tickets Cream: 7 Half Pint Tickets Buttermilk: Quart............. 5c Gallon 20c The advance in the price of cream, ice cream, etc., is due to; the'Very high price of cream at this time. Crystal1 Dairy, Limited Phone 1576 TEEATING SICKLY TOKQNTO SCHOOLS Tubercular children having, a -noon-day nap in a .-.fJ-vft ly ventilated room, Fancy We a large Stock and are; selling them at Prices that are right How About a, Guaran- teed Fountain Pen from up Robertson's Book Store 118 FIFTH STS. PHONE 1265 OLD BENTLEV STAND ;