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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1C, 1910 SHOP EARLY This hag'become n, ereat slogan ilnii wise oim' U -Is. You arc able to iaUe more time u. ami yo'i fire to a srleclion io choosi1.. Good Furniture Makes the Most Acceptable Xmas. Gift complete. An Inspection Is Invited Chairs and Rockers No list of any kind of Christmas furniture would be complete 'without chairs' and rockers, and our 'showing1 is a particularly fine one, both in variety style'and coverings. Sea Grass Chairs and Rockers We were fortunate in securing a shipment of these comfortable chairs s C E Brooks, inventor of the Appliance, who cured himself and who now giving others tre benefit of his experience Ir ruptured, write today, at Marshall, Mich, send voy mv free illustrated book on Rupture and its cure ohow ing mv Appliance and giving prices and of man} people who have tried it and were cured It gives .-instant .relief .when all others fail Remember, I use no no no lies I send on trial to prove what I say Is true You are fie judge and once my illustrated hook.and read'-'it--you- will be aa enthusiastic fto my hundreds oi patients TV hose letters >ou can also read Fill out free coupon bslow and mail tolaj Its well jour time whethpr lr> mj Appliance or noU .FREE INFORMATION COUPON Mr C E Brooks, 513 A State St, Marshall, Mich PleflSP send me by mail m plain v rapper, Illustrated book and full itfformatjo'n about joar Ap plfance tor tae cure ot rupture Name Address i City State At Fndaj afiernoon investigation nto die cost of living John A% oC-Balanxs'Ltd; AV. Adams', of Rylands and Co.. J. P. Simpson, of the Simpson Co Ltd of the Good Co G of the Ellison Co. and Jaa'Liviei of tl.e Tajlor MHling Co ivere question- ed as to gnces on July 1st and Nov. ndi Mr. GiBespie stated that the reason for the increase in the price 01 lard is flue fact that, hogs being sold ijionv are nbt'lard hogs, that is, the hogs are turned off before they owing, to the high prices pre- vaiUrig grain. The statistics showed that woollens had advanced about 20 per cent.; has been little advance in the price, of cottons The greatest was shown to be in flour ivhich has? increased -per cent, since July 1st. The following prices were .given: .Retail .by John A. GiHespie, manager Delanys Ltd. July 1 Nov. 22 Sirloin -Steak 28 28 Rouna.Steak 24 Prime Rib Roast 22 22 Veal Roast .............20 20 Beef Medium, shoulder roast 17 17 i Roaat hind qt... 28 28 Fresh Roast Pork ......23 23 Fresh Chops 23 25 Sefit Pork 18 IS Rreakfast Bacon......... 27 28 20 Pure Leaf 18 25 Fre-h Fpgs 25 75 'Dairy Butter............ 30 45 Creamerj Butter 35 SO Ham 28 29 Retail Dry Goods by W. Adams, Rylands Co. July 1 Nov. 22 Woolen 45 45 Cotton 15 15 LJnen Towelling IS 25 "35 Woolen Underwear, Men's Stanfield's. garment--.. .1.25 Women's Underwear bC Men's Socks, woolen Men's Overalls Women's Cash. Hose Children's Hosiery Children's Underwear, woolen garment 4 Women's 'Cot. Underwear Night "gown 1 Children's Cot Underwear Night Gown 7o Cotton Spools o Dry Goods by Jas. Simpson of Simp- son Co. Flannel 45 Cotton.................15 Linen 15 Men's Underwear, wool- loO 60 1 Q 40 50 laQ -75 5 50 17 18 .1.50 1.7i 1.00, 40 IS 100 ill en garments Women's Underwear woolen garments Men's Woolen Sox Men's Overalls Men's Caps Boys' :Capa Women's Hosiery Children's Ho lery du Children's Woolen Under? wear, Garment G Women's Cotton Un'wear 25 Children Cotton' Un'wear 20 Cotton Spools o Wholesale Flour by' 'George W Gresto, Ellison Milling Co. July 1 Nov. 22 88 Ib. bag 300 190 Rolled Oats, S Ibs. 2.60 3.70 Retail Groceries by N. B. Good of The Good Co., and H. A. McKillop, of H. A. McKillop Co Tanfo n i 121- 15 Tomatoes 15 15 20 22', Can Peas 3-frlb 12% 15 15 Can Corn 2 Tb Beirs, dr> com 30 (10 Applet -f lo Prunes 7 11 13 G Sugir iztft "00 200 195 Yellow Wn 10 9 Elk Tea. medium .45 35 45 _ 40 Green Tea mefl 40 40 40 40 CoEfcG, medium; '-35 40 35 40 Potatoes bus 75 125 84. 81 e "tt me-Vinegar gallon lo G5 75 75 Laun. Starch: Coal OH1 30 30 30 80 Pure Strawberry' 4 11) 86 Raspberry, Macaroni Corn Syrup, 10 Tb. 75 75 Molasses, lb..... 7% 6 Raisins Currants Olive Oil Soda Biscuit; In bulk I were all around them. A German of- ficer with twenty men called on them to surrender. shouted ma- chine; gunner. He shot the officer. scattered the men with rsrbiirst ".of inauhnie gun fire, a-nd' ca'me1 back 'with his weapon. ft 85 SO 15 15 1.25 50 '1.50 75 30 25 Can. Salmon. 1 H) Cheese, Old Rice, medium Kice, Japan n ?2 ll 2 2216 30 25 2 22% 30 30 f'Vt uns 2 22% 25- 25 Strawberries, 2's 25 22% 25 25 Peaches. 2's 20 20 20 Laund Soap Oo 05 05 Salt 2% 2.7-9 2.7-9 Wholesale Flour by .Llvie, Taylor Jlilliiig and Elevator. Co. July 1 Nov.. 22 V Per 98 Ibs. 55.00 ?2190 Germade, 98 Ibs. of sacks for Per ?112.50 F.O.B. Winnipeg. HEROIC ACTS BY Corporal, Leading Sur-j rounded, but Erezk: With' The Anriies in France, {Dis-: patch to The London Daily Chroni- cold rain has been Ialling: tortay. The sky is leaden, and it .what airmen would call a "dud" day] so far as observation goes, but the; British heavy guns aro firing cbntin-; uously, although the infantry dfjesj not budge. In the mud the.guns 01 Mith their day and'-ftight. Along llio Bapauunie line-ihe Ger-; -ire digging and tunneling wiring with they liope thero will be long fespitc: before the British are at themr again.- The British are putting a stiff1! defense against the inevitable evils'! of winter, and are not beaten by hardships. It In the heavy rains ot'j November that they had to most, and it was then they had a1 chance of showing all the grit was in them. There was a splendid Corporal in the Durham Light try who showed himself to be a good, captain of men. When they were without, any other officer he took, command of thi comsnany and resist-! ed a counter-attack until absolutely; sorrounded. j "Break through, he; said, so they foiight their' way back; to their own lina. It was tho same with a private of T Durhams who held his post with1 Lewis gun' team until the 'Gcrma-as Keep- It Newl Never rub ordinary soap di- cctly on a fine fabric. Tins and tcnda to discolor -You can cleanse it wonder- ully without rubbing, with It makes a snowy other that can oplycfeense; not ocrra, silks, coshmcrea, woollens, chiffons, crepe-de-chines, etc., no matter how rfaoy times they, are washed. vTry LUX y. British tnadet by ]Lever Brothers Limited Toronto Book Your Pas- sage to the Old via DONALDSON LINE Passenger' Service GLASGOW From Steamer, Date .Portland Dec. 23 'Halifax SATURNIA'1 Jan. 20 Portland CASSANDRA. Jan. 27 t Large twin screw steamere! with every incident con- Tickets, and oilier, (nfor- ''raatioh. frpnTany faHroad or sieam- H. E. LIDMAN, General Aaent, ;Wlnnipcg. 449 Main Sir PH. M. "f-.Vatwouver, B.C. 531 Granville St. Ciare Bros. Western Limited DISCUSS PEACE OFFER a. session lasting Wilson and discussed Ger- many's and the at- titude taken by the United States in 'transmitting, them to the en- tente belligerents. NEWSPAPERS jiAT.iVVAR S 4 v, v- i JDec; Printing company haasiissuea a libels wrlt'ipr. against Times action is in connection with statements made last week by the Tinies regarding the; mayoralty ii? t mem Dllmler 26th fe 39th: IncMl M1OKDINE Birds II; Be On f; LIBERAL PRIZE, MONEY GENEROUS OF CUPS AND HANDSOME ADDRESSES BY CANADA'S LEADING POULTRY AUTHORITIES U Reduced and one third for round (f Jiap, on all railways. ENTER YOli'R .BIRDS AND COME'YO THE SHOW. Write for Prize List te Railway Street. ;