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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta V HOTEL PALL S TELEPHONE 1312 CENTUM. COMFORTABLE LETHBR1DGE DAIJ.Y HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN FROM MO A.M. Tp ttt f.M. And His Throne is at Our Market YmHl finil the most liirJs nt our storv. We have gathered as fine n bunch of as ever graced a Xiuas Dinner. They are all freah killed. are small enough to feeJ a small f.iimlv. Some large enough 10 Toed a family reunion. All are youm; birds. It will help us if you ivill kindly let us have your order in good time. If you want something different for the week end ive have GEESE, DUCKS, CHICKENS, YOUNG PORK. CHOICE LAMB, PfUME BEEF, OYSTERS, or anything else you v.ant. You arc aiways sure of the quality here. Always sure ot.thc ser- vice and always sure tho price is right, DELANYS MEAT CO. FIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL Just Arrived XMAS TREES, VICTORIA HOLLY, JAPANESE ORANGES, NEW LAID' EGGS ANO FRESH OYSTERS. ORDERS FOR THE ABOVE SHOULD BE PLACED EARLY IN OROER TO INSURE YOU GETTING THESE GOODS FOR XMAS. OUR TABLE RAISINS. PLUM PUDDINGS'AND XMAS CRACKERS ARE GOING FAST AND WILL BE ALL SOLO OUT BEFORE XMAS. MANY OTHER LIMES LIKELY, TO BE SOLD BEFORE XMAS. TAKE OUR ADVICE AND COME EARLY AND DO YOUR SHOPPING. PHONE 525 HIGH CLASS GROCERS TUT 1 tlH MARKETS Our basement is1 entirely devoted to a complete range of Dolls, Wagons, Mechanical Toys, Games, Trains, Meccano, Dishes, Teddies, Rocking Horses, Doll Furniture. EVERYTHING FOR THE KIDDIES f THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. The store NEXT DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 1487 MOTHER HON. W. L. KING DEAD., late John King.K_C., and mother of Ottawa, Dec. 19. Mrs. Isabella Hon. W. U Mackenzie King, died at I Grace aiactenzie King, wife of the the family'residence here yesterday, FOR SALE We are fa a position to prompt, shipment ot serersJ cars of TIMOTHY anti-UPLAND PRAIRIE HAY. .Any orders placed Jirith us will Vecelve our immediate at- tention, or Phone 1855 or M1922 Canary 403 Fifth St., Lelhbrldge 301 Grain Exchange, Calgary, Alberta Wison Will be sold at the present prices for (10) Ten more days. Then .the new prices (mutle Mcestaxy. fcy the war) come in- to, effect. We nrge yon. to take this last chance to: get' 'one of these wonderfal instruments at their present price. A .style and -price to suit 'everyone. Prices from {41.54 to Terms if desired. Get' yours at the Edison store. lisic C3., Ltl "Everythinfl Musical" 'I Phcrs- 1545 315 6th St S.- Remember the Address Winnipeg, Dec. general meet- in; of the members of the exchange will be held In the. trading room. Thursday at 10.30 a.m. for the purpose of considering the advisabil.ty of de- daring December 24 and December 31, isn, legal holidays. These two days coming between Sunday and Christmas and New Years, will ii adopted the members three days rest at each: time. The cash markets.were dull with a strong undertone In sympathy with American markets. For cash oats there was a fair en- quiry for number 2 and 3 C. W. by certain houses, while lower grades were unsaleable. For tough oats, there was a fairly good demand at four cents under the straight grade. Offerings were fairly liberaL; There wa's a good demand for cash barley and..prices were higher from l-2c to 1 cent.'Thc offerings .were 1 ght and there were a number ot buyers in the market. Cash flax was unchanged In jpreads. The bulk of the offerings were taken by Canadian buyers.' The Wheat Export Company con- tinued to take all wheat offered them at the ruling prices. There was a fairly good enquiry from other buyers for tough grides.of wheat and offer- ings were light. Winnipeg Market. Opea. Close. Old contract: May _ 82 New contract: December .1. 19Vi May S2H 52 July 81H STATIONERY IN PRETTY PACKAGES A CHRISTMAS GIFT SHE WILL.APPRECIATE stylish stationery makes a choice Christmas pres- ent. So if in doubt as to what to give a lady friend, send station- ery- have a splendid show- ing' of Christmas Stationery From 35c to a Box Waterman's Fontain Pens to The Red Cross Drag and; Book Co. PKone 555 December" December January May 13414 133 Vi 142% OIL CAKE MEAL Is crushed flai seed from which all but About 8% of the oil has been pressed. It will increase the flow of milk from milch cows and is valuable for fattening cattle, hogs and sheep. Tests have shown that it is wise to pay more for oilcake than the chemlcal'inalysis alone would Justify, but tie following table may be ol Interest: Protein Fibre 14l3 6.9 Alfalfa Hay Timothy Hay Turnlpj Wheat -OILCAKE-MEAL 12.4 11.4 3S.12 2SJ> 2S.O ,2.7 Nitrogen 46jO 5.9 W.8 Fat 2.5 5.0 4.0 9.9 Only a'few tont of car to irriy't ibeut Jitiuiry Ut FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED HONE 777 JO! SrTsRLOCK BLD( PHONE W. J. LLOYD- MANAOER 303 30J 302V4 300 504 301H Prices. Ko. 2 C.W... 58H So. 3 C.W... 76% Extra No. 1 feed .'___......... No. 1 feed.. 7334 No. J feed.. 70S No. 3 No. 4 Rejected and Feed P No. 1 N.W.C..................J05 No. 2 C.W...300 'No. 3 C.W...Z83 New Yiu-k StocVi. New. York, Dec. prices: C. P.'K. U. S.; Steel, SO i-2; U. S.. Steel 5-8. Chicago, Dec. December 125-5-8; May ligd-2. Oats V> 72 1-4.. -r-December SOMEWkAT REDUCED -Moose .re- ceived-tis morning have Somewhat reduced Hon. J. A. Calaer's majority With 1W.out polU'receiyed, at stands at Only'One --BROMd QUININE" To get the geonine, call for full name LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. .for signature o! E. W. 'GRiQVE. Cores a Cold In One Day. 30c. .The curative ,coughs, colds, rheumatism, neu- 'brpnchitis, Jsciati- ca, etc., etc., etc. SOc A'P.ACKASB J. D. Hrgiabelhan) Co "Alberta's... Pioneer Wholesale''and RetiJ! ChemlsM. TELEPHO.NE Na. J2J I Toronto, DEC. a double leader front page editorial .this morning, the Toronto Star saye In part: "Immediately before the war the '.English speaking peoples of Canada did not that there was then any, acute Canadian question which reaches to the very roots ol 1 but of French Csnadjans did understand that there was such a question.--; In them it begot a passionate whal they believed was as crucial a ques of nationality anything that has made Ireland what she Is. or that made Belgium assert herself unto the limits of martyrdom Tire war in certain respects has onl> accentuated the French Canadians ap- prehension of what jo him was, and Is, and always will be 'theVcanadian free use-in his native country of tho language which "he learns at his mother's knee and which lls equal wHh 'English In parllainen and in the courts of his 'native coun- try'.. Is a fundamental difference' .between what may fairly he called the French Canadian and the' English' Canadian altitude towards-the future of thirty-fire per cetitVot native-bora Canadians have a fifty-fifty language-.right in the federal: parlla- i men! and courts. That difference Is fairly, stated like this: The French! say that Canada Is a bilingual coun- j try; the English say that Canada'ls a'. country with s a 'province.; Only foolish men think, the issae tan be disposed discouise whfcB for- gets ahat-there are two millions of native horn Canadians who exercised political rights in i-provlncial sphere' where they are, virtually a 'sovereign in a-federal {field where i theyhave constitutional privileges as indefensible as those-which; British subjects in any part of the' world. These millions will'not be helped to join In a war for liberty upon which they have been scantily educated by threats that If.they do not so join their existing liberties will lie curtailed. I "It, may be that our French fellow !citizens, do sufficiently put them-, selves In our place. That is their mis-1 fortune, perhaps their fault. It does us from the desirability'of putting'ourselves In their place, for two blacks do not yet make one One does not have to clothe, himself hi' the mentality of a Lavergne or the .raMa youths who exhort against con- scription and hurl stones at.corigcrip- .tloniits. If there is no perman- ent" estrangement there must be...a This is a problem for tho solution ot which we as Uio mat iri th cojntrv are c-iargej a major portion of the responsibility. Chicago, 'Dec. Demadds for wage increases of from 10 to 44 cent were submitted to 75.000'locemo-' live flrtmen Mt'rallrcJids in the United States today. The .demands were drawn up by committees of the trainmen s brotherhoods Instructions sent to the firemen sa> that the vote is not on the question of a fitrlke ANMpUHCEMENr- A Sacce will be held In Bnrgmann's Hall every Thursday.night. .Dancing from S to 12.- orche.'tn Police .Court. The cltj police court this aornln; en ted I W.'appearance of'a large Cnlqese laundry, and an because Long Sam art! Shin tibd, b> means more violent than diplomatic attempted lo relieve Chung. Lunt of .Both, parties-appeared in ceiurh this mornlnk attended bj their re spective legal a; dozen or faithful aotfere'nts.- j-eady to tell the truth, the.whole truth and nolhing-bnt'the truth. !.The case, was' adjourued until a'k-week-'next- r I fl'i V A We Turn Out Tin Work of every description. We. can' mate yoa anything In !ln or sheet metal wotk you require from a small .ventilator lop to antelaborate cornice. TVe ijave every facility for every kind of (work. If you need for (In or sheet metal wort of any kind here and we will sup- ply your wauls satisfactorily In every way, including charges. The Dixon Shest Metal Co.' .REAR STAFFORD BLOCK LETHMiOOJE, ALBERTA Superior Supply Co. 2nC and llth Mrett. (UltDINe RAILWAY SUPPLIZS EQUIPMENT TUOMOPE AMOCRSON AND EMERSON FARM FOKD TRACTOH AT Mi PeMOCRATI AUTO TRAILERS CWLTIVATOM ilND-W EN A ILUI LINE CAR And Have No Rewet Prices Range OVCR VICTOR RECORDS IN THEIR CATALOGUE SO YOU, CAN HAVE THE BEST f MUSIC IN THE WORLD. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORZ PHONE ..1MJTH ST. t. Should Enforce Bylaw thecity should enforce the by- law requiring .residents to clear Ihe viun enow from the sidewalks In front of The choir practice of Wesley choir'lhe'1'. Is being urged on er will be held Friday night instead bf Thursaay night ,on account of.-the Wesley Choir Practice. Christmas entertainment. Christmas The Christmas entisrtain'msnt of Wesley church, evening >t 8 o'clock sharp. Excellent program Silver collection." V the walks as a result of the Chinook followed by-the. colder wea- ther today. Huurlretls of people have .fallen .on the. walfcs during' ;the past couple of days, some being rather ser- hurt. Mrs. Chas. McKlllop was one o! the victims, breaking her.wrist. Christmas i S x Suggestions To -Cure a Cold In One Take LAXATIVE QuIVIKF Tablets. Dniggisls refund money It'll falls to cure. B, OIJ'OVE'S signa fee at .Curling Rink Tho Ice at the curling rink Is now n i good and ready for tho splcler's.Tture is'oh each'box who will be Ihere lo indulge, Good sheets of been prepared. Council to Meet. The Trades and Labor Counc'l will! meet Thiirsrlav evening at 8 p.m. In the Labor All delegates are- re- ijucsled to attend. -'Important business to discuss. i Important Meeting..... A general meeting Indepen- dent J.ahor Association, Lethb.-irlge federal Riding, w.ll be held In the Labor Hall on Friday, De- cember 21st at 8 o'clock. .All sup- porters are requested' lo attend. Acknowledgement The (1. W.-V. A. acknowledge: Pic- lures from R, A; lamp from W. Weller; plclure from Major booki (ftifl Miss Johnson; books from Good; from the Fortnightly Mtufcale, proceed! of i'rhcotlore Koflaum concert, Arc Coming Agafn, Society which produced the opera "Tom lasl Nlw, rear's will visit Ulhbrldge on Hi, 1918, when they will the yomlo opera "Kcrmfiile" la the ot do well to tkta tete, -I! 'The Ladies' Society of the B. of L F. E. ARE HOLDING THE OF THE.SEA30N'3 SERIES OF Donees on Fiiday, Dec. 21 IN THE K. P. HALL Min Arnolcfi Orcheitri In At' ..tendinec. Around City After WATCH VOR ON' THE WARMER" COMMCfNITY SILVER WARE hMllding the new Adsra two other heaatiful alixi Rogen Plated In ptaib aid patterns CUT GLASS Not a large assortment bat every piece pritod within yoar reach j" In spite of the that Sheffield Cittory Is hard lo get we havo the titsl nisortmebt We have >town Including (he new stainless steel We are particularly prood ol In Carvinj ind ELtCTftlCAL GOODS This line Table IMH, Twisters, Grills, Oienellcs, Heaters, Warming etc, ,V ALUmirWM'WARE :We are showing ipwsnJs-nf om hmdnd articles of this ware ranging in price frbm to doIUrj 'Nl'CKLe PIATED COPPER WARE. Beautifully tad' secimd only fo Aluminum In pcdnt ot durability This line Includes such articles as Tea Pots, Cattte PoU, Dishes, etc PVREX WARE The new fire-proof glut made ta fit Cake.pishes, Bread Pans, Casseroles, Pndtlng pleci guaranteed, You iCill bo interesteil In this line CASSEROLED Wo have twenlyfhre ityles. No kllit Do not overlook thin t POCkeT KNIVES 'Always an gilt We ire tbowtx a splendii] assorlmcnt Including the Janrooj IX L ottfr Sktt- field i RAZORS An excellent selection both In Mfrty and onllMry stylei, bru'hes, strops, mlrrori and ererrUing BU who rtavei hlmseK mode; SCISiORS-We sfyfef and iten, kiclfcfC irMltty, invuCSl SKATES SeveiH In Hockey Stotte. u< lit season's Then we litre lumber of articles ctlcvtaM to little cue. tuck x Sirlehi, KMdie Km, etc, Do not mtke yrmr Chrtntmu Selectfoni kttum 'w will od aim we to offer, Our prltet pfewc yen. r suprfw ml tMk mt Hardware Ca 1 Hfont