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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL ,_____________________________ ________ i Best ?1.25aDay Hotel in AlberU Pride of Alberta The Standard Brands of Fiour Fashion-- Taylor Made Flour Mother Favorite EDISON CYLINDER RECORDS NEW SHIPMENT OF BLUE AMBEROL RECOfiDSMUST TO HAND. COME IN AT ONCE AND MAKE SURE QF YOUR CHRISTMAS MUSIC. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. .Druggists and stationers Phone 1437 Next Dallas Hotel We Take Stock the End of This Month Special Prices All This Week To Reduce Stock As Much as Possible PURE JAMS- CANNED PEAS, 3 tins for 40c K C KING BEACH AND FURNIVALS. All fine MIXED NUTS. New stock, 2 Ibs. for 45o Strawberry, Raspberry, Black Currant, CAND1ES, Sugar Sticks, regular a lb.. Price per pound quality, PEArcH.n etc, ARGPOD small quantity of apple. Extra fine, per tin....................... bbc SYRUP, Crown Brand, Corn. 10 pound pails, each 40 20 pound pails, each MARMALADE. Sheriff's Scotch, very fine. 1 pound jars, each 2 pound jars, each 4 pound tins, each 'uc CRAB APPLE JELLY. Harvest Brand. Best qual- ity. 12 oz. glass 15C 16 or. glass............................. 4 pound tins............................ CANNED PINEAPPLE. Hunt's and Libby's. Sliced, tins, size 2s, 2 for............ CORN ON THE COB, gallon tins SHREDDED WHEAT, 3 packets for....... CREAM OF WHEAT, per packet TABLE SALT, 6 bags for CANNED tin CANNED TOMATOES, size 2s. 2 for 60c 4Sc 65c 35c 20c 35c 20c GUM DROPS, Regular 20c, per pound...... 15c CREAMS, line, per poiind 20c FRENCH CREAM MIXED, Regular 35c, lb. 25c CHRISTMAS OR RIBBON MIXED. Regular 25c line, 2 pounds for 35c RILEY'S TOFFEE. Regular 40c PEANUTS. Fresh roasted, regular ZOc, lb. TABLE HAISINS. SOc line, per pound MINCE MEAT, Wethey's, bulk, per lb. 35c 25o 15c CANNED CORN, per tin 15c JELLY POWDERS, Jello, all flavors, 3 for- 25c PURE GOLD, 3 j-5c IMPERIAL. 3 packets for 20c SARDINES, CroBee Fish ,finest imported, 5 tins for 95c VINEGAR, Red Cross, white, brown or cider, per quart bottle 20c HOLBROOK'S. Pure malt, quart bottlps, each 25c CATSUP. Rose brand quart bottles, each 25c No 1 STORAGE EGGS, 2 dozen for-----.-----73c DILL PICKLES, 3 gallon pails 5 gallon pails each CANNED MILK, Pacific Brand, 20 oz. tins. Qual- ity guaranteed 2 for 25c IF YOU WANT A QUANTITY OF GOODS BY THE CASE GET OUR STOCK AND WILL SELL IT RIGHT. PRICES. WE HAVE THE THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES REMOVAL NOTICE! We are Moving Wednesday, ONE DOOR EAST In the store formerlyoccupied by The .Siaiifl- Furniture Dominion Block. Jlh Are. MARKETS L. C. TEEPLE, Grocer bound, on the 'Sop line, due here at 5.50. p.m. is snowbound at Washburn, north ol here, with two snow plows endeavoring to release it. All traiii schedules on this branch of the Soc' e been suspended tem- porarll> The fall of snow in the last 21 hours was 11 inches, making a to- tal depth of 17 inches, early this after- __ _ nqon This is a total 'snow preciplta- BisniarK N D Dec 56 tion of 27 inches for Uie month, which Wllllliueg. Dec." De i-enflier wheat closed.MVic higher and May advance. Oats were %c up for December and decline, for May Barley was unchanged for December I and dropped If for Minneapolis i closed rsc advance for December and .May and }sc up for July. A small i trade caught the market in a healthy] condition and swung it in wide Ructu-, atipns today. ire tiouble curtailed] the trade which was almost eiitiivlj i speculative, with A ei few biK loca' interests in the market. Buying on sentiment in the morning, the crowi jmt wheat up iie before any consider- able amount appeared on offer.'Then i prices steadied foi time The icar situation, with the embargo de clared by the Chicago, Milwaukee St. Paul railway, was bearish on the deferred months and bullish oil the delivery months in the.American mar- kets. The break in the last hour .was a natural speculate e to profit-taking. The nuiket was quiet. Contract wheat grades were] unsaleable though No; '4 and lower were fair. Oats.' bariei and Has weii dull Deliveries wore heavy and offers light. North Dakota is in ibe grip or one the worst blizzards m the historr of the state Whipped to a great inteu sity by a .driving thirty-sU-mile-an- hoiir gale, snow clouds are sweeping eastward over, this section with a zero wave 111 their wake tying up railroad traffic and hampering communication.. Traiii No. 260 east- the December rccoid Mivor Hardie Unwell Although Mayor. Hardie was "uu- der the -m-Hther all day jesterday, he came noun to his office this morning. The mayor, was .confined to his home all DIRECT PRIVATE WIRE to Winnipeg, Chicago and Minneapolis Montreal Continuous Market Quotations on All Grains. Highest pncvi obtained for gram in an) position Future Contract Grain Bought or Sold lor Cash on Margins. MFlflBERS OF WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE. .MINNEAPOLIS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE. BAIRD BOTTERELL PHONE 1599 MANAGER 616 RESIDENCE 1862 UNION BANK BUILDING _, LETHBRIDGE ARCHIE K. REESOR, MGR. EDMONTON, SWIFT CURRENT, MOOSE JAW; HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG FUTURES Winnipeg May Oats- Flax- Dec. May...... DEC. May........ 172V 58% 258 U 269 171 17 168 lll'D 176% 2GS Keep a Diary During 1917 If you have never kept a diary, start with the new year. Daily records "of important events in your life will prove interesting in later years. Such records may atss prove valuable. Our line of- 1917 Diaries contains, a variety styles and sizes. Get one now and stjfrt your record promptly on. Jan- uary First. Ike Red Gross Drug Book Co., Limited PHONE 555. JOHrClLMORE'S QUAKER THE VERY BEST FLOUR, THE FINEST SALT, THE PUR-. EST SHORTENING. FLElSCH- MANN'S YEAST AND No. 1 SUGAR ARE WHAT'QUAKER BREAD IS MADE-OF. MADAM DOES YOUR HOME. BAKED BREAD CONTAIN ANYTHING BETTER. MILK IS A CHEAP FOOD Borden Won't Guarantee That There Will Not Be Com- pulsory Service Here Winnipeg. 'Dec.' special llis- patuh from Ottawa lo Hie Winnipeg Telegj-am today says: "Sir Robert Borde'n lias flatly refused to promise -to the labor representatives that there would he no conscription in Canada He told them Iliat the national ser vice registration had not as its ulti mate object compulsory military ser vice, but he refused to pledge himself or the government for tile future. The labor representatives believe, how- ever, .thai a agreement would be-reached-with the govern- iment and that it will permit of them to assist in making national service n I success. Another meeting was held I this afternoon and the statement by the bVbor representatives will be is I i sued'tonight." ...l the amountj i Thebe-are some Product Sirloin Steak Round Steak Porterhouse Steak Short Steak Veal Lamb Chop Pork Chop Oysters Eggs Value 30c 25c 22c 30o 17c 18c 52c 27c 'Hou.ew.fei in Lethbndge can eas.ly discern from this that milk as sold by the Crystal Da., y, is one of the cheapest foods fln the market. Crystal Dairy, Limited Phone 1576 lol ilm 13814 Dec. May WINNIPEG CASH PRICES No. 1 Nor...l74-s No. 3 Nor.. .166 s No. 5 Nor...132 Feed Oats- No. 2 C. W.; 54% Extra 1 Feed Barley- No. 3 OS Rejected and Peed Flax- No. 1 N.-W: C. No. 2 C. W. No Nor No. 4 Nor No Nor 171 s 100% C "U ol3! 9? 73 265% LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices -Track Prices Wheat .....163% Oats 44 Barley SG Flax .......243-X Prices Wheat 147 Oati 40 K6 Flat 221 LIVESTOCK PrtlCES Choice steers, 6 to fat 5y2 to 6. Select hogs. 150 to 200 Ibs., i'a- Choice killing wethers, Choice killing ewe Goldfish Just Arrived GOLD FISH SILVER FISH FANTAILS COMETS AQUARIA GLOBES With or without feet FISH FOOD AQUARIUM PLANT GRAVEL, SHELLS, .ETC. Replenish your Aquarium. We have all the accessories. Country orders should be placed at once. J. D. Higinbotfaam Go Limited Pioneer Tke Wholesale- and .'etall chemists TELEPHONE NO, 322 (CITY A N D DISTE1CT Meeting postponed The regular meeting of the Loyal Order of Moose local lodge has been postponed until January 2nd. Comes to J. C. Murray who has been P. n. .stores clerk at .lied Deer for several years, has been iransferr3d to Illustrated Trip Up the Nile Egj pt is t .a latae- addition to the British Empire Tomorios evening I at 8 o'clock ill Weslev hall Rev Mr Cobbledick will take his audience for an illustiated trip of 1000 miles up tl> Simons1 Saturday Baby Dies night .Thomas Jot- I four day old sou of Mr. and [Mrs. T. J. Simons passed away.' The I funeral was held this afternoon from jFetterly's parlors to the public ceme itery, Canon McMillan officiating Victims of La Grippe .1. H. Irwin, clerk of the district court, is confined to his house suf- fering from an attack of la grippe R. P. Wallace, clerk of the supreme court; is also confined to his house today. iusia -Sile-Jivpr, showing the great cit j IBS, the pyramids, the ancient tern pies and tombs and some of the great modern' developments that have brought prosperitj to Egypt under 'British rule From both the patriotic and bcriptural 'point of i iew it prom- isob to De_very illustrative and inter- esting to joung ana old, ind the itb he are to enjoy it VETERINARY Residence phone. 185! Office phone Rusk, veterinarian.' 1043 Death of Rbsemead Lady .Margaret Jean MacICenzie, wife of I Kenneth 'JiacKenzie, of Eosemeadv died at. tiie Gait Hospital .on Saturr day, aged 46. The funeral will bo licid tomorrow-at 2 p.m., from Ket- teriy's yarlors to the public'cemetery, F. Burns officiating. For Goodfellows' In addition to the S268.UO for tne Cheer Fund acknowledged t.p till Saturday night, the Herald '.rgs to acknowledge also from Susan Anderson of Warner and JJ. fvoii S. biffin, making t270.fiO in ai'.. Death of Monarch Child Scarlet fever caused the death on Christmas day of Beka Koole, the Mason Risch Limited Block Lethbridge VietrVlat, Victor Records, Viol- ins, Accordeens, Sheet Music and Muileil Merchandise Mill Orders Clven Oreful Manicuring The Women's Comltort Rooms 1r Phone 1710 here of the Butch Reform church Mrs. Constance Larson ami Children illlll venlent to ladles from hotel lobby Mr. H. McG. Youns will hold a re dtal Wednesday evening December S7iii at 8.15 in Y M C A auditorium for the pupils representing Introdnc Junior the usual that fact two" gentlemen piano and vocal solos Master Jeff Waddlngton' will pla> 3 MOlht solo olfice clerk i be able to handle f vpewrltei I Sunerlnteudent s Offiri', Last Discount Day First "Dry" Christinas Next Saturday will be the lust day lethhridge (his year celebrated its-j for'discount on current.yoiv'K taxes irst "dry" Christmas, but iii suite tlll'Hiat time a illsso.i.it of wr that fact two'gentIsmen imbibed too cent., is given. on Ian freely1 and fell into the toils of the (1st, instead of a discount thure will --'Ice. Jlag'straje Elton oxercised be a penalty of per n -1011-111 nt nut st a ruling yet A to in.tc a .1. FT.- pelled to pjy'into court owing to one of hlsldrirers, Wm. Beddel... He was 'also thxed' tile costs of tliu case. big rush" is expected tiit-j advantage of the discount and avoid the penalty. Book Your sage to the Old Country via DONALDSON LINE Up-to-date Passenger Service DIRECT TO GLASGOW Large twin screw steamers equip ped with every" modern conven- ience Tickets and othei informa- tion from any railroad 01 steam ship H. E. UIDMAN, General Agent, _.'B 8t Ph M S312 Vancouver, BC. 531 Granville St. C REAM WANTED HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR NO. K CREAM, AKP CHEC.K SENT, FOR EACH SHIPMENT BY RETURN MAIL LK AND DSLIVBREO; CREAM DAILY. BABIES' MILK Mil' heai e. Church, McArthur Davidson, vendors aolicjtorj! Approved (Sgd A "T Ktnnard, Deputy Ad B V. ;