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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS __ TELEPHONE 1312 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN MEALS FROM A.M. TO 8.00 P.M. Turkey s King! And His Tjirone is at Our Market Toa'll fitrf the rjost birds at cur store. We have Ka'.Sered as fine a bunch of turkeys together as ever graced .a Xrais Dinner. They are all fresh killed. Some are small enough tu feed a small Some terge enough to feed a family reunion. All are voung birds. It ivill help us If yon wjlHkincity let us have your order in good It you want fomething different for the weekend we have GEESE, DUCKS, CHICKENS, YOUNG PORK, CHOICE LAMB, PRIME BEEF, or anything else you may want. You are always sure of the quality here. Always sure of the ser- vice and alvrays sure the price is right. Our Christmas Meats are direct from ths farm to your table. See samples of livt birds in our window. DELANYS MEAT CO. FIFTH ST. S. OPPOSITE DALLAS HOTEL PHONE 452 Just Arrived! XMAS TREES, VICTORIA HOLLY. JAPANESE ORANGES, NEW LAID EGGS AND FRESH OYSTERS. ORDERS FOR THE ABOVE SHOULD BE PLACED EARLY IN ORDER TO INSURE YOU GETTING THESE GOODS FOR XMAS. OUR TABLE RAISINS, PLUM. PUDDINGS AND XMAS CRACKERS ARE GOING FAST AND WILL BE ALL SOLD OUT BEFORE XMAS. MANY OTHER LINES ARE ALSO LIKELY TO BE SOLD BEFORE XMAS. TAKE OUR ADVICE AND COME EARLY AND 00 YOUR SHOPPING. HIGH CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD CO. PHONE 525 MARKETS Our bascmtnl Is entirely devoted to a complete range of Dolls Wigons, Mechanical Games, Trair-i Dishes, TeddlM, Rocking Horses, Doll Furniture. EVERYTHING FOR THE KIDDIES THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltdr The NEXT DALLAS HOTEL' Store PHONE 1487 Hay FOR SALE We fh a to luke prompt shipcjrtit o' sererml cars of TIMOTHY aad UPLAND PRAIRIE HAY, Any orders' "-Trith u will recelre oar Immediate at- tention. or Pticne 18t5 Lethbridge, or M19Z2 Calgary 403 Fifth St. 301 Grain exchange, Calgary, Alberta Edison Will be Kid at the present prices for (10) Ten more 'days. Then the new prices (made i Becessanr by the war) come in- to. eUect urge you to take this last chance to get one of these wonderful histruments their present price. AT style and price to suit Prices from 141.34 to Terms' IJ desired. Get'yours at the Edison store. Itsic ''Eyerythinj Muilcal" 1S4S 315 6th SL S. ReFTiembtr the Addreu OIL CAKE MEAL b cnntiid flu seed Irom wkich all Irat about 8% of tht oil hai been .It will Increase the now o( mUk from mllc'n.cows aad Is 14.3 ZSjO 2tJ> Fit valuable for fattenlnK cattle, hogs and sheep. Tests have shown that It IK wtoe to, pay more'for. oilcake chemical analysis alone would jwtily, but the following table may lie of tnteieit: Timothy .Hay Turalpi Bran OILCAKC MEAL Winnipeg, Dec. a meeting ot the members of the grain exchange morning, it was decided Id make Mttifay, Dectffiicr 21 s. holiday. The Exchange will therefore -be closed from Saturday unt.l Wednesday morn- ing, December 26. The matter of clos- ing the exchange on Monday, Decem- ber 31, will be brought up at a later date. t In cash oats there was a fair en- quiry for the tough and rejected grades. The demand for cash barley contin- ues good with quite a number of buy. ers in Ihe market Offerings were .light and values were inclined to go higher. i The wheat situation remains uu- chaiged. The wheat export company were taking all offerings that cams to them at the fixed price. -Other buy- ers were in the market for the tough grades. There was .a fair demand for cash flax from Canadian buyers. Business was fairly brisk. A number of cars changed hands. Winnipeg Market. Open. Close. Old contract: Jiay ,79 New contract: December......... SOU SUfc May............. S3U S4 July............. S3K Barley- December 135 136 May............-.. IK 144 December...... 312 310H January........... SOS May.......... 303 Winnipeg Cash Prices No. 2 C.W... Sl% No. 3 C.'.V... 7SiS Extra No.1 Feed.............. 7SH No. 1 feed.. 75U No. 1, feed.. I No. 3 C.W...135" No. 4 Rejected and feed i A xo. i No. 1 C.W...307 No. 3 C.W...290 I Winnipeg Livestock Winnipeg. Dec. at. the Union Stock Yards today were ,'cattle, hogs, 10 47 sheep. The cattle market .was firm and stronger. Butcher sieers belt- ers, ?5.50 io J9.75; cows 14.00 to 18.75; bulls, ?5.25 lo oxen, to ?9.00; stockers and Jo.75 to 57.25; veal calves, 4.25 to sheap 12.00 to 1.3.50; lambs, 113.50 to (15. Hogs, select, sows and heav- ies, 512.50 to 114.00'; light, J14.00 .to 1115.25. New York Stocks New York, Dec. sales: C. P. R. 129rJJ. S. Steel, 32 3-8; U. S. Steel STATIONERY IN PRETTY PACKAGES A CHRISTMAS GIFT SHE WILL APPRECIATE Dainty, stylish stationery makes a choice Christmas pres- ent. So if in doubt as to what to give a lady friend, send station- erv. We hare a splendid show-i ins of V Christmas Stationery From 33o to a Box ALSO Waterman's Foutain Pens to _ i. The Red Cross Drag and Book Co. Phone 555 AN 1> DLSTiilt'T Clean Slate There was a clean slate at the city police court morning for tEe third time this week. Go To California. Five or sii 'Jsions people have left this weok to spend the winter la Ca.1- Inspector of Telegraphs. E. H. Goodfellow, Inspector of C. F. R. telegraphs, was in the city yes'tor- day. Belgian Relief W. A. Buchanan acknowledges with thanks the contribution of J25.00 to 'the Belgian Relief fund from C. R. Daniel, of Lettibridge. Spoke to Children Rev. Chas. Baker of Ihe Baptist church, addressed the children of Cen- tral School at their closing exercises yesterday. SupL It Hen Provincial Supt. JlacDonald of the A.P.P. Is In the city today conferring with Inspector IMper oa business mat- ters. Flow Bin is Empty Order a Sack of "OUR BEST, 12.4 1M Nitrogen 42.7 S93 M.7 2.5 2 1.8 5.0 4J3 9.0 'Only i few ef-car to atwat January FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED PMONt 777 201 SHERLOCK BLDO. W. 1. LLOYD MANAGER Charj. 26c Through a typographical error in the last night, the price of Ethel Barrrniore'j picture was plac- ed at lie for adults. This should hive been 25c. This Is a big feature and Mr. Hamen bad to raise his price for it'. V We Turn Out Tin Work of ererr Stta Iptlan. We can make you anything In !ln or aheet metal work you require from a small ventilator top lo an elaborate have .every laclllly for every kind of work. If yoa bare any need for fin or sheet motal work of any kind come here and will sup- ply your satisfactorily In way, Including charget. The Dixon She3t Metal Co. LtTHBRIDOE, ALSElhTA TSAR STAFFORD gLOCK R. 129rJ. s. steel, i preferred1) 103--1-2, Superior Supply Co. tut Aw, mt 13th street. t RAILWAY 4 EQUIPMCfIT TUDHOPE ANDEMON AND EMIRMN FARM roKo TRACTOK ATTACH .MIM4M AUTO TRAILERS CVLTIVATOM tr, A tlNE CAK And Have No Reeret Prices Range from OVER VICTOR RECORDS IN THEIR CATALOGUE SO YOU CAN HAVE THE MUSIC IK THE WOfti.0. ROBERfSON'S BOOK STORi PHONE Adorning the Christmas Tree: There's a of fun to be obtainedJrom "dress- ing" the Christmas Tree. Makes no 'difference how old you are, (how'pleased one la to take refuge. In "laying: "St's for the Kiddies' you can balance yourself on a ladder. We have the MULTICOLORED GLASS BALLS 'SiTeral Sizes) TINSEL GARLANDS (In Silver. Green and Red) CHRISTMAS CANDLES CHRISTMAS SNOW BELLS TINSEL ORNAMENTS ETC., ETC, ETC, J. D. HiginbotiuBi Co L'united Pbneer Whokijle end Retail Chemiitl Masonic Meeting A meeting of the UethbrHge Lodge No. 39. A.F. A.M. will be held tonight In Masonic hall, Dominion block.' at S o'clock prompt. General business and election ol officers. Visiting breth- ren cordially invited. BANK OF ENGLANO'S.TATEMENT London, Dec. following statement of Bank England shows the following changes. Tojai reserve increased 1_04' 000 Circnlst'on, Increued 3 MO Bullion, Increased I Otherjecurlties. Increased 578 'ooo: Public decreased 000. Other increased- 000 v Xotes reserve, decreased'fiSSS.OOO. Government secnriUes, decreased The proport'oa ot Ihe uank'i re serve to liability this week' is 18.66 per cent; last week it was 18.5S per cent. s 'S GIVES CONSENT TO MINERS WORKING Gib- bons his unction Today to Roman Catholic miners workinE on the Holy within the anil Mew. Year's holiday In a letter to Fuel 'A'diilnlelrator GarfleM he a'BUgKealiun that miners lake, only Christmas' Day and New Vear'a 'Daj -off and 'further proposed that aalobns" might 'co-oper- ate by closins from 9 o'clock In the evening until 8 .o'clock the-lollowioE morning. i' NEW-G. T. R. ISSUE Montreal, Dec. cable received at the Grand Trunk railway company's headquarters- here -yesterday contain- ed tfce announcement thai the Issue of three year six per cer' notes recently Issued by the. Grand Trunk company in London has been over-subscribed, notwithstanding the present unfavorable conditions of the money, market owing to the war situa- tion. To Convention A. M. Hsher .principal of the Gar-] butt business college, left for Calgary this morning [o attend a conference of business college men to be heldJa that city on Dec, 20, 21 and 22. For Red Crou Tne Hon. Treas. Red Cross Society acknowledges'with thanks the follow- ring contributes to Red Cross funds' [C. R. Daniels, ESqVLetbbridgB J50; the [ladles of St. Patricks, Lelhbridge, ai percentage, J13.00, Proceeds of'a dance at West- LethbrWge, school- when a turkey given by Mrs. Charles Watmongh was raffled. i BroBis Into Evidently..the penalty meted out to L the coat stealer from Swift Current the other day was not sufficient to some person or persons from breaking into the farmhouse of Ch'arles Van Horne on Wednesday. The matter was reported to the pro- JTlnclal police who are working on the case. Mayor of Shaunavon A copy ol the Shaunavon Standard received by .the Herald today conveys the; Intelligence that Peter Lawrence iNalsmlth of the hardware firm of Brown and Nalsmith of been elected mayor ol Shaunavon for' the coming year. Mr. Nalamlth, who Is a son of Peler L. Naismith, formerly of by a majority of four over his opponent. ,Present-d With. Ring I _A pleiisant'stirprise was given Jas. C'. Livingstone of Lelbbridge Motors last night when he was made the reci-t jplent of. a diamond r'ng as a token oft the esteem In which he is held by Iho officials and workmen of No. 6 mine of Ihe Gait Collieries with which he has been for so long. The presentation was made by Messrs. K.licit and .Barclay. To Cure a Cold In On) Day Take LAXATIVE HROMO QUININE Tablets. Druggists refund-money If It falls lo cure. E. W. GROVE S signature Is on each box. 30c. The Ladies' Society of the B. of L F. E. ARE HOLDING THE SECOND. OF THE SEASON'S SERIES OF Dances on Friday, Dec. 21 IN THE K. Pi. HALL Mils Arnold'-. In At- Car Around City After Joins Flying Corps, F. H. Coi, who has beeri conducting a real estate office in Lethbridge has i been accepted for the Royal Flying LCorps. ,Hc will leave along with a number of other Lcthbridge young men about the end of the month to' go Into the training camps. Tho local rftcrJit.Jig committee has been In- structed [o lake on recruits for the' mechanical branch of the Corps CENTRAL SCHOOL PATRIOTIC WORK I Report of patriotic collections and I sicks from Central'school for the year 1917: Patriotic boxes S42I.72 Belgian rfelief ;o.uO Navy funrl lo.n.; 'Halifax relief 55.92 Christmas WATCH FOR DATES OK "THE Socks, pairs ..v. 555 Deserving Special Mention Miss McNab'3 room, Orado VI., knit 102 pairs of socks fr6m Sept. 1917 lo 'Dec. 19i7. 1 Since the beginning of the war Janot 'Twiddle, tirade VII., has knit 40 pairs ot socks, Annie Clbaon, 25 palri, .Mur- iel Hyssop, Ora'do VIII., 32 pairs. Mar- gjret Duncan, 23 pairs, Uoberla Mc- Kay, Grade VI., 21 pairs, Nellla Mar- chinl, 23 pairs, Adalr Simpson 17, I This Virginia Scltier, VI., 8 palra; Maggie Twaddle, V., 7 pairs; Alexander, V-, o pairs; Hoy Gibson, IV., 3 pairs; Vlnnle BiirriU, I pairs. 6nlC Orw "BROMO.QOININr1 To (ne genmnoi call for full name UXATTVB BROM6 ilgiMtnre of K, TV. OROVB. Cim Suggestions SILVER WARE Including the arrt two beautiful rlcslgni, also liogera Plated Ware In plate and fat .CUT. OtASS. Not a .large but every piece prlcert wh. N .TABLE, CUTLERY.. In. iplte of Ihe fact that Sheffield CttUery Is hard to get we nave the best assortment ae hnve Inclinlllin the'new alainlcss steel. We are parllciiJarly proud of valuti In Carving Knlvei and Forks. ELtOTRICAL GOODS. This line Table Lampt, Toastenj; pveneltca, .Heaters, Warming Pads, Irons', :ete. .ALUMINUM WARE. We are showing upjrards of one hundred arltctei of this ware ranging In price from [en conls to five dollars.' NIpKLE PLATED COPPER. WARE. Beantlfully 'iiiil second only id Aluminum In point ol durability. This line Incliine's- Bucli artltfei Tea Pots, Coffee Pols, Percolators, Pnddlrig DfehM, i i V WARE, The new flre-ntoof glasK-madf) In-Ple Bread Casseroles, Pudding Dishes, etc, You win be Interested in, this We have twenty-five Ko two alike; Do net overlook till line. ..T Always acceptable gift. We nre'ihbwInV a Bssorlmcnt Including the famous I.X.Li anil oilier Shet- i. V An" oiceltent both "in safety and ordinary: Drilsles, strops, and everything for tKe irua have'.all itjlM' aa4 qnaUtr, all it Several styles hi Hockey Skates and Boots, all ml mton'a prices. TJin'-trY iitve a number of' calculated (o please tto little ones nueh Wagons, Sleighs, Klddle.Kurs, small aotomobllcs, i 'fod-ftot inske your ChristinM Seleetlong before welng what we have to offer, Our assortment will and we think oar prlcei will you. Consumers' Hardware Ca PHONf LftHHIME ;