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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE XKTHRRmr.E DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1010 BsiTS ON FRIDAY AND SATURDAY OF THIS WEEK we will have a SPECIAL DISPLAY of TURKEYS, V CHICKENS, FOWL, GEESE and Stock .andDressed and Prepared in Our Own POULTRY IN LETHBRIDGE. Contrary to expectations TURKEYS will be.'Very Reasonable in price this Customers can have their Poultry all Dressed and Drawn for them. On MONDAY the 18th we will have on display a Special Shipment 6f MOOSE from the Wilds and will book orders for f DOMINION MARKET .-COR. FOURTH AVE PHONE 1654' M MAIN MARKET S. and 1388 PALACE MARKET- THIRTEENTH-STREET N. PHONE 431 Although our stock of Poultry is very large we would suggest to custom- ers to place their orders early, they are therefore assured 'the choicest on the-'Market., SEE WHAT WE HAVE TO' OFFER BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE FROM FRONT the miners. Mr. however, the belief that new im- ported potatoes at six cents per pound were in the luxury class. Following were the prices quoted i'or wholesale groceries: (By Mr. Home of Campbell, Wilso'n and Home) July 1 Nov. 22 Salmon, case Cheese, new.......20 .04% Hice, .05% Tapioca.......... .10% .09% Tomatoes, 3.10 4.70 Peas. 2's 2.40 2.85 Corn, 2's .t 2.50 3.75 Beans', dry common .03% .08% Evaporated Apples. .10 .09 Prunes, 60-70's .0911 .11 Gran..'sngar, lOOlbs. 9.30 900 Yellow sugar, looms S.90 8.60 Blk...'t.ea, medium. .SO 30 Green, tea, medium. .30 .30 Coffee; medium .27 .27 3.00 .75 TVhite wine vinegar gallon .48. .48 Laundry starch .08% Coal oil gallon 23 .22 Strawberry and rasp- berry 3am pure 4 pounds .71 71 Macaroni .06 08 Syrup 201) tins 3.60 4.10 Molasses, per cs. 3.25 3.25 P.aisins .09% 09% Currants .15 19 Olive bil, gallon 3 00 3 00 Sodas per Ib 09 Laiiiidry soap, case 5.05 605 Salt bbl 4.CC 4.70 Can. raspberries, cs. 4.50 6.60 Can. strawberries cs. 6.2i Can. peaches cs 3.60 4.25 (By Mr. Grant, A. Macdonald Co. Ltd.) July 1 Nov. 22 Canned salmon, es. Cheese, new .20 .26 Medium rice, Ib Japan rice, Ib .05% Oo% Tapioca !b 1014 09% Canned Tomatoes 310 4 70 Canned peas 2.40 2.90 Canned corn....... 2.40 '3.76 Beans, dry common .08% .08% Evaporated apples .09% Prunes............09% .10 Gran, sugar....... 5.30 9.00 suiter 8.90 8.60 lilk. tea, medium .30 .30 Green tea, medium., .30 .30 Coffee, medium .27 .27 Potatoes, bus. 3.00 .76 Wh.lte wine vinegar .47 j Laundry starch.....07% .08% Coal Ml .23 'Strawberry and rasp- -..berry pure jams, 4 pound tins .71 Macartrai..........06 case 3.aO Molasses, case Saisin's Currants Olive joll, gallon pound Canne'd raspberries Canned strawberrie Canned peaches Laundry soap ___ salt 3.25 .09% .15 2.15 .09 4.45 4.80 3.50 5.05 4.60 -.71 .OS 4.10 3.25 .09% .19 2.50 .10'i 5.60 5.25 4.10 6.05 .4.70' Salmon Eggs, local, case Creamery butter Dairy butter Leaf lard Sirloin >steak Bound steak----- Prime: rib roast Beef, med. .14 .14 7.50 .31 .45 32 .42 115 .16 Retail July 1 'jNov. 22 ...y. I .26 .20 .20 roast........... .16- Mutton, leg .28 Veal roast .20 Pork, fresh, roast .20 _............... Pork chops .22 The: following wholesale prices on Salt pork .18 fruit and produce were given. In con-1Breakfast' bacon .28 nection with the cost of lemons, Mr. I Fresh halibut f.16 Morgan explained that the new crop Salmon........... .15 is now'in and the.price is down to Salt herring .12% per case. Potatoes were about 55 Pure leaf lard, bulk per. -ton last. fall than this, Eggs, fresh............ ,2.7% owing to the great demand this year Pack.ed .40 from Ontario and TJ. S. points. The! Dairy, butter .25 increase in the price of bananas is j Creamery butter .35 partly due-to the higher charge for! This afternoon retail grocers, butch- used In transporting I ers and fruit men will be'examined the frjuit. for. prices. A night session is likely (By Hal Morgan Lethbridge Mercar. to "be held when, different, witnesses tile Co.) July 1 15.00 .06 6.00 .04% .04 .20 .20 .16 .26 .20 .20 .22 .18 .28 .IB .16 .12% .18 '.is .42 .50 Oranges, case' Bananas Lemons, case Potatoes, new, Ib Carrots, new new Onions, Australian Onious, B. ,C. Nov. 22 ?5.50 .07 7.50 will be examined as .to the cost of rpnts, light, -water, milk and It is possible the investiga- tion here may be completed today. BUSCH URGES TEMPERANCE Or> -01% .02% Brewer. Suggests 'Means. the Prohibition MovVm'ent St. A. Bu.sch, presi- lance drinks arid "there are no oars and up treating" Mr." !Buseh" s plans for regulating present conditions so as to sidetrack the, prohibition sentiment were In the form of suggestions Thesis "TYCH; State 'authorities. enforce the excise laws .with great strictness that the brewers co-operate with the State au- thorities to put every saloo'n keeper out of business ho does not obey the strict letter of the excise laws that drinking to' excess be discov.r aged :by the .abolition.of all. treating in saloons; that b'ars be abolished in saloons 'and patrons be served only at tables, and that the German saloon system be established, throughout' the .coyntry. I In connection with his suggestions Mr. Bush his Frederick D GovernoFe'ect of Missouri, to-appoint an Excise Commissioner who.will enforce the excise laws to.! the letter. The brewer Is now j ing a drlnk'coatalning less than ,qne [quarter of 1 per cent of alcohol and'is erecting a plant .in St. i Louis "for its manufacture. if prohibition forced the Anheuser- Busch Brewing association to go out- of business, Mr Busch said the plant of the association in St. ;Louis would be used other -manu- facturing purposes. He suggested that it might be made over .Into a munition factory ror. into one the meat packing plants in the 'world. (By Gordon Savage of Phmkelt and dent and chief owner of the'Anheuaer- Savage) July 1 36.00 4.7E 20.00 120.00 .04% .05% 5.00 25.09 .01% Lempn' case Potatoes, old, ton New (Florida) Cabbage new Turnips an .ny. IJJananas j .06 Oniohs Australian 05 OnlonS) B. C. .02% (By Clarence McLean of the Scott Fruit Co) N July 1 Nov 22 Lemons, case-...... JG.OO old, Ib .01 New; Ib .06 .01.6 Carrots, new .04 02 Cabbage, new .05 .02 Turnips 0 .OIK Bananas 06 .06 Onions 06 02% case 475 525 William Shaw, manager of P. Burns Co., gave both wholesale and retail prices for meats, nsh, butter and eggs as follows: Wholesale July 1 Nov. 23 tiusch Brewing association, has out- Hied his plans to check the prohibr- lion movement, which resulted in six more States going "dry" at the recent election. -He predicts that the prohi- bition movement will lead to the es- tablishment here of the. German sa- .01% loon system, where the saloons sell .01% only beor, light wine, and temper- 00 'J. Loggle was elected mayor of .Wetaskiwin v .Alfred Parry, iwbo had of whiskey in- his pocket at the Broad view ;'rink, Toronto, was fined ?200 costs.. C.N.R. announce that they-will begin laying steel at once on the St. Paul de' Metis line. Bee? by carcass Mutton by carcass. Pork by carcass Ham's Bacon............ Lard (rendered) Halibut I .11% .10% .20 .14% -26% .16% .19 ,14 .25 .25 Quality There is no finer cocoa produced than Cowan's Perfection in aroma, nourishing and delicious. THE WORKMAN'S STORE Farmers mil find this store crowded v Ith'.a splendid new stock ,ot Clothing, underwear :uuM urnishingK comprising1 Everything a Man Wears on Sunday or; During the Week v f r A strong feature at this store is the price. We buy right and sell close It's turnover we want. See us the next time you are in Lethbridge, M. JGOODMAN 210 Fifth Street South 1. .Two Doors South of Lethbridge Hotel ,1 ;