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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEJ. DALLAS EljHOP.EAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE HOTEL WINDSOR Best Hotel in Alberta Pride of Alberta Every Sack contains the Reason Why. "It's better Taytormade" Mother's Favorite Many Christmas Lines Will- Be'Sold Out Before the WE WOULD THEREFORE SUGGEST THAT YOU PLACE YOUR ORDERS EARLY IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO BE DISAPPOINTED ON SOME LINES. WE HAVE LAID IN A GOOD SUPPLY OF ALL- PROCURABLE LINES BUT GOODS ARE GOING CUT FASTER THAN EXPECTED BESIDES MANY LINES WE WERE NOT ABLE TO GET ANYWHERE NEAR WHAT WE ORDERED. expect some of these in, All at very reasonable XMAS TREES. We possibly 'tomorrow. prices. HOLLY. Grown at Victoria. B. C. Very finest grown anywhere. Heavy with berries, per Ib. 75c JAP ORANGES. All sound, per box........ 70c UNWRAPPED JONATHAN APPLES. We have decided this week at the very low price of per' box........................ These are exceptional value. APPLES. No. 1 JONATHANS. Fancy, for table use. case MINCE MEAT. Wethey's very best quality, Ib. Wethey's Standard, 2 Ibs.'for 35c Rendy to Use, 4 Ib.tins, each........... 70c PLUM PUDDINGS. '1 pound crocks, each 45c pound crocks, each..................... 75c -3 pound crocks, each.................. 51.00 PLUM PUDDINGS, Christies 2 Ib. tins......85c NEW LAID EGGS. Just a few, per dozen___65c No. i STORAGE EGOS, per dozen......... 40c FANCY TABLE RAISINS FIGS. These are going very fast. Order now HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES EDISON CYLINDER RECORDS NEW SHIPMENT OF BLUE AMBEROL RECORDS JUST TO'HANC-. CGmC IN AT ONCE AND SURE OF YOUR CHRISTMAS MUSIC. THE KENNY A.LLIN CO., Ltd. Phone 1487 Druggists and Stationers Next Dallas Hotel We Are Offering For XmasAn As- sortment of Good Things doz, 35, 40, 45c Jap Oranges, per box.....75c per doz Table Figs, per Ib......... 25c Table Raisins, per Ib. pkg... 20c Shelled Almonds, per Ib. ...55c Preserved Ginger jn jar.s... 35c% Apple Cider, 'per gal 65c Chrystalftzed Ginger, per Ib. 45c Fancy Chocolates, in fancy Nboxes, 25c up to 60c Fancy Candies, assorted, per Ib. 30c, 35c, 40c and All New Nuts, Ib. boxes, 25c up .to 45c 25c_ 60c TICKNER CO. 204 Thirteenth St S: (Opposite Ellison Mills) I HAS GIFTS in great variety await your selection at our store. We have g'ifts for every member of the family from baby to the old folks. Gifts that you will proudly present to your most partic- ular friends. A visit to our store will suggest many good ideas and help you in getting a happy solution to your Christmas' gift per- plexities. Some thmss-yss- will see arc Toys, Dolls, White Goods, Ebony Goods, Cut Glass, Foun- tain Pens, Candy, Perfumes and Edison Phonographs. 240 THIRTEENTH .STREET N. PHONE 445 Winnipeg. Dec. locally closed 1 cent up for December and 2c j advance for May. Oats gai.ned I December and -iiv May option.! [Barley was um'lfrmged to 1 Flax was Uc to Ic lower! Minneapolis wheat gained In} December and May and ivit- in Jnly.i The close ol' all was around J the low points of ihe day. A good volume of trade today, with early strength and late weakness which ul-j most wiped ihc gain. Bullish f peace news came from ihe other side; {on the attitude of the allies towards; peace. Al! interests were mar-! ket buying and little wheat was offer-! ed. Prices went up nearly S cents; before profit-taking began. Then re-! I ports began to come in that the cor-j respondents were not so sure of the j attitude of ihe allies as the German! note was not made public. The cash j "wheui demand was poor for Nos. 1. i 2 and 3, and good for the lower grades. Oats were im %e to Tic; barley fair; with flax indifferent. FUTURES Winnipeg Wee. May........ Dec......... May........ Flax- Dec......... May Dec......... 176 59 -2CO 271 175 To enuhle those who cannot do their Xinas shopping during1 the day. our. .store( in- eluding Toyland) will remain (Mien evenings. COME EARLY IN THE WEEK AND AVOID THE LAST DAY RUSH. The Red Cross Drag Bcok Co.. On Wednesday and Thursday of this! week the "movie fans" will be given; an opportunity of helping the Patri-i ol'ie Fund and at the same time view-! iutj sin excellent picture as on these! two nights the- proceeds from the Or-] pheuni Theatre, after the actual ex-' lienses are paid, will be given to thisj fund. Manager Hansen has selected a .Jive reel feauire, "Jf My Country Should as the attraction for these nights. It is n picture that will please every one in the family and everyone should make a point of wit- nessing it on eitheij Wednesday or Thur.sclay night. JOHN GILMORE'S BREAD BREAD AT ITS BEST IS QUAKER BREAD. WITH ONE OF THE MOST COMPLETE BAKERIES IN WESTERN CANADA, THE BEST PRO- CESS AND THE VERY BEST INGREDIENTS WE TRY FROM DAY TO DAY TO MAKE GOOD BREAD BETTER. 558 260 1703- ,i July Dec May 'July 167% 156% 16pi.i 133% 153 ISSTs DIRECT PRIVATE WIRE to Winnipeg, Chicago and Minneapolis Montreal Continuous .Market Quotations oil All Grains. Highest prices obtained for grain in any position. Future Contract Grain Bought or Sold lor Cash 1 or on Margins.' MEMBERS OF WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE, MINNEAPOLIS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, CHICAGO BOARD OP, TRADE. BAIRQ BOTTERELL PHONE 1393 MANAGER 616 RESIDENCE 1862 BANK LETHBRIDOE ARCHIE E. REESOR, MGR. SWIFT CURRENT, MOOSE HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat- No. 1 Nor...169% .No. 2 Nor...167 No 3 Nor.-. .161% No. 4 Nor... 149% No. S Nor.. No. 6 Nor... 93% Feed...................... SS Oats- No. 2 C. W.. 54 y No. 3 C. Extra 1 Feed 1 Feed..... 49% 2 Feed No. 3 tl6 No. 4 Rejected and Peeil No. 1 N. T.V. C............. No. 2 C. W............... 90., 70 LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Track Prices Wheat ....'.15414 Oats....... Barley .....S3 Flax ;242% Wagon Prices Wheat .....146 Oats 40 Barley .....66 Flax........221 LIVESTOCK PRICES Choice steers, 6 to fat cows i to 6. -v .Select hogs, 150 to'200 Ihs., IHS. Choice killing wethers, 814. Choice killing ewes, BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. ,T. Cooliug, 334 ISth; Street North, oil j Sunday, December 17th, a daughter. feature of the Christmas eriler- tainment ot" the. Wesley Bible school.! S i to' iio given tomorrow evening, will 1 zL i be the presentation of Christmas; I cheer boxes prepared by different' classes to be distributed by the Nurs-; ing Mission. The program will in- _ elude choruses, drills, recitations and! music by the orchestra. Parents and! friends are invited. Getting nearer to the import- ant day. Let us help you select Our stock ofi-'" gift goods is comprehensive, Take a Peek in OHL- Windows J. D. "Alberta's Pioneer The Startt Wholesaie ar.rf retail .chemists TELEPHONE NO. 322 i CITY-AND DISTRICT j ._______________ j Labor Meeting I The Trades and Labor Council will I meet tomorrow at S p.m., sharp ill the j Labor Temple; important business. A Son in the Battery -Chas. Dexter Mason, father, of Gun- ner Roland Mason, of tlie TStii Bat- tery, died at Calgary. He was a na- tive of Australia. St. Cyprian's Entertainment i The scholars of St. Cyprian's Sun- j day school are being entertainer! thia afternoon at a. supper in Fieetwood school and at S p.m..a concert is be- i ing given to which the parents and I friends are On Sale SEVEN. TO NlrtE-P.M. 12 only Electric Irons liegular Tonight 6 Only Doll Buggies .SCRATCHED IN'TRANSIT Kegnlar 'Tonight JO SEE OUR USEFUL PRESENTS This Store will be Open Every'Evening This Week Hayr Hardware Co. Phone 575 P.O. Box 275 Everyone Helping a Good Cause Both younsj'and old are heliiing thp Red Cross in their efforts to- make the bazaar on Thursday a-huge suc- cess. An old lady of donated a patch work sofa pillow which she has made herself to the sale. Dona- tions from everybody are solicited. Newspaper Man a Visitor C. Plckwell, western rfinresenta- fcive of "Saturday Night.'Lof Toronto, and a former newspaperman of Ed- monton, was in .the city 'for a short visit today on his return cast from the Pacific coast. He states that busi- ness conditions generally are greatly mproved at the coast. He states also ANNOUNCEMENT The Allison Studio will be patrons today. Though the losses that gjving much were fiuite heavy, considerable jup attentio'n to western Canada, ami is taking more extended notice "of (he wonderful prosperity which has followed tile magnificent crops liar- vested this year and last. CARLYLE'S ICECREAM For Xmas Dinner" .Dessert We are makma a special reduction in th3 price of our ice cream bricks for Christmas and New Year's Day only..Orders will be delivered'not packed in ice. Ice cream will this weather PRESENT .WITH EACH ORDER Quart BrlcKs of VanIHa and Strawberry ?0c Regular, price, COc. Quart Bricks of Orange, Lemon.and 60c Regular'price 75c. Quart Brickc of any True Fruit or Specjal 7oc Regular price 90c. NO OTOERS TAKEN AFTER DECEMBER 23. ORDER NOW. Crystal Dairy, Limited Phone 1576 plies were saved from the fire Sun day.. Mason Risch Limited Block Lethbridge Victrolas, Victor Records, Viol- ins, Accordeons, Sheet Music and Merchandise, Mail Oruers Gtven Careful .Attention, The Womeifs Rooms 'Rdonv-'t. Hull Block. PSione 1710 Auction At Wilson's Auction Rooms 429, 5th St., Soxith TONIGHT AT Dry Goods, Shoes, Small- wares. Etc. TERMS CASH WE EXPECT THA THIS WEEK WILL BE LAST SALE OF THIS STOCK. Merchants Object Although no complaints have been registered at the police station, u number of merchants today have voiced their opinions regarding E-.ttemnt of a mini bar of business men to keep their stores open every day this week. The: early-closing bylaw stipulates that stores may remain open in the evening for three days prior to i Christmas. This would nmke the first night on Thursday of this' week, and as -a rule the merchants arc following the bylaw to the letter. So far Chief Hardy has not decided whether there art; extenuating circumstances which would make the bylaw u hardship at this time. WANT ADS TOO LATE FOR CLASSIFICATION FOR SALE Pedigreed loi.g-luiired Angora cat; would make excellent Christmas prenenl. Phone 646. Ground Block, 7.111 SI. side. VETErilNA'RT....... Uasidence pho'ilu. 18BI; Omce phone 1043. Dr. Rusk, vctcriimrlun. Bibles, grayer and Hymn Books Tor English Church. Hymn Books for all (lie Churches XMAS NUMBERS of Graphic, London News, Holly Leaves and Pears' Annual. c Robertson's Book Store 118 3, PHONE 1265 BENTLEY STA'ND ;