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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta H'.QTJELJPALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTR'AL COMFORTABLE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Batt a Day Hotel in Standard Flour Made EDISON CYLINDER RECORDS NEW SHIPMENT'OF BLUE AMBEROL RECORDS JUST TO .HAND. COME IN AT ONCE AND MAKE SURE OF YOUR CHRISTMAS MUSIC. THE KENNY ALLIty CO., Ltd. Phone 1487 Druggists and Stationers Next Dallas Hotel We Take Stock the End of This Month Special Prices AH This Week To Reduce Stock As PURE JAMS Much as Possible CANNED PEAS, 3 tins for K C KING BEACH AND FURNIVALS. All fine MIXED NUTS. New stock. 2 Ibs. for ouallfy Strawberry, Raspberry, Black Currant. CANDIES, Sugar Sticks, regular 25c a lo.. 80r. price per pound PEACH. PLUM, CHERRY. BLACKBERRY, etc., GUM DROpsp Regular ZOc, per pound ARGOOD JAMS, with small quantity of apple. Extra fine, per tin 56c SYRUP. Crown Brand, Corn, 10 pound pails, each ?uc 20 pound pa.'ls, each MARMALADE. Shiriff's Scotch, line. 1 pound jars, each 2 pound jars, 40c 4 pound tins, each...................... CRAB APPLE JELLY. Harvest Brand. Best qual- ity. 12 01. glass.......................... 16 bi. glass 4 pound tins.............................. CANNED PINEAPPLE. Hunt's and Libby's. Sliced.'-tins, size 2s, 2 for................. 45c CORN ON. THE COB, gallon tins 65c SHREDDED WHEAT. 3 packets for.........35c CREAM per packet 35c TABLE SALT, 6 bags for 25c CANNED TOMATOES, per tin 20r. CANNED TOMATOES, size 2s, 2 for........ 35c CANNED CORNj-.per tin I5c IF YOU WANT A QUANTITY OF GOODS BY THE CASE GET OUR STOCK WILL SELL IT RIGHT. 40c 45c 20c 15c CREAMS, 25c line, per pound 20c FRENCH CREAM MIXED, Regular 35c, Ib. 25c CHRISTMAS OR RIBBON MIXED. Regular 25c line, 2 pounds for 35c RILEY'S TOFFEE. Regular 40c Ib.......... 35c PEANUTS. Fresh roasted, regular 20c, Ib. 15c TABLE RAISINS, 30c line, per pound .......25o MINCE MEAT, bulk, per Ib.......15c JELLY POWDERS, Jello, all flavors: 3 for 25c PURE GOLD. 3 for 25c IMPERIAL. 3 packets for.................. 20c (SARDINES, Crosee Fish finest imparted, S tins for S5c VINEGAR, Red Cross, white, brown or-older, per quart bottle.......................... 20c HOLBROOK'S. Pure malt, quart bottles, each 25c CATSUP. Rose brand quart bottles, each 25c No. 1 STORAGE EGGS, 2 doTcm for.........75c DILL PICKLES, 3 gallon pails 5 gallon pails CANNED MILK, Pacific Brand, 20 or. tins. Qual- ity guaranteed 2 for...................... 23c PRICES. WE HAVE THE THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES We .are Moving Wednesday, ONE DOOR EAST In the store formerly occupied by The Stand- ard Furniture Co., Dominion Block, .4th Are. L. C TEEPLE, Grocer LIST OF SPECIALS AT TICK HER AND Company Fancy Chocolates .in boxes. 35c, 75c or Crackers, box 35c Table Ratsins, Ib. 20c Lemons, large size 4Qc- Ltme Juice, per bottle 35c Grape Juice ..'.............25c Apple Cider, per gal......65c Winnipeg, Dec. locally closed 15ic ill) for December and .up for Jlay. Oats gained He in Dec-; ember and in May. Barley was, unchanged. Flax gained 1C in Dec-; ember and in May. Minneapolis; -wheat was up in Dec.. inj May and in July. A strong mar-! ket' for so light a local trade, mostly I due to reports of big export trade at I seaboard. The big interests were wary of the market and the trade mostly in the hands of the scalpers. Exporting interests sold a little Dec-! ember wheat in the morning, and some, further switching of contracts, widened the spread between Decem-t her and May. The cash market was i dead. Traders have begun, late their prices on a Jlay basis. No. 1 and 2 were sought on this hasis, hul .the general demand was poor. Oats, fearley >ndflax were dead. Winnipeg Cash Prices Xo. 1 Xor...l7C No. '1 Xor...l73 No. a Xor...l6S Xo. 5 Nor... 134 No 6 Nor.. .106 Feed 110 Oats- No. 'I C. W. 55 U X'o. 3 C. W. 52 !4 Extra Xo. 1 Feed Xo. 3 ......SS Xp. 4 93 Rejected and Feed 70 I No 1 X. W. Xo. 2 C. W. Xo. C. W. 238% -Futures Winnipeg 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 jater years. Such records also prove valuable. Our line of 1917 Diaries contains a variety of, styles and sizes. Get one now and start your record promptly on Jan- uary First. Tie Red Cross Drag Book Co., United PHONS 555. CITY AJVD DISTRICT Stock Inspector R. A. McAfee, V.S., of MaeleoiVnns been appointed a stock inspector. New Grain Co. The Tasker-Simpsoii Grain Co. aC Barons lias been incorporated with_a "capital Bow Island Visitor Beattie is a Bow Island vis- itor in the city today. Here From Warner A. P. Veale, oE Warner, is in the city oh .business. Chief Is Laid Up Chief Hardy is confined (o his quarters today suffering from the ef- fects of tiie wetting he received on Sunday while fighting the--Westmin- ster church fire. JOHNGiLMORgS QUAKER BREAD THE VERY BEST THE FINEST PUR- EST SHORTENING, FLEISCH- AND.. No; 1 SUGAR ARE WHAT, QUAKER BREAD IS MADE'OF. MADAM DOES YOUR HOME; BAKED BREAD CONTAIN'.ANYTHING BETTER. Masonic installation Tho installation of officers in the three local lodges of A. F. and A. iwill be on Thursday at 7.30 p.m.1 Uvhen pram! Master E. T. Bishop, ofj i Edmonton, will he iiresent. j -Pbr Sailors' Relief The sum of SaO for the Sailors' j Relief Fund from the Lethhridge j Teachers" Patriotic association is i acknowledged by .1. R. Oliver, secre- MILK IS A CHEAP FO0D One quart of milk is worth as much in food as the following materials, so thai; if we figure at the market price, milk would be worth the amounts given t These are some figures which Prof. Esten has worked out Product Sirloin' Steak Rouhd'rSteak Porterhouse Steak Short .'Steak Veal Lamb', Chop Pork. Chop Oysters- Eggs Ounces 11 10 10 30c !25c 22c 30c 17c -18c 52o Housewifes In Lethbndge can easily discern from this that milk, as sold by the Crystal Dairy, is one of the cheapest foods on the market Crystal Dairy, Limited Phone 1576 DIRECT PRIVATE WIRE to Winnipeg, Chicago and Minneapolis Montreal Continuous Market Quotations on AH Grains. Highest .prices grain', in any position. Future Contract Grain Bought or Sold lor Cash or on Margins. MEMBERS OF; WINNIPEG. GRAIN MINNEAPOLIS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE. BAJRD BOTTERELL PHONE 1599 MANAGER 616 .RESIDENCE -1862; UNION BANK'BUILDING TLETHBRIDGE ARCHiE E. REESOR, MGR. EDMONTON, SWIFT CURRENT, MOOSE JAW; HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. May Dec. May Flax- Dec Jlay Dec May July Chicago Dec. May Julv- Hi 175 109' 1-5S 169 LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Track Prices Wagon Prices Wheat .....156% Wheat' Oats......45% Oafs 40 Barley K Barley 66 Flax......243 Flax -.'...821 _. LIVESTOCK PfllCES: Choice steers, 6 to fat cows 5% to e. Select hogs, 150 to.200 Ibs.. Choice killing wethers, Choice killing.ewes, CARD OF THANKS .Mrs.. H. T. Ashton and. Mrs: F. J. i Webb and family, wish to ithank nil kind friends for their sympathy in their recent bereavement. Goldfish Just Arrived GOLD FISH SILVER FISH. FANTAILS AQUARIA GILQBES With or FISH FOOD AQUARIUM'PLANT SHELLS, ETC. Replenish, your Aquarium. We. have all the accessories.- Country orders should .be placed at once. Trades Council Meeting I A meeting of the Trades and Labor i Council'will be held tonight at eight I o'clock in the Labor. Temple; import- ant business- Fancy POuK'ryat the Hat i Practically all the poultry fanciers of the city have sent their birds to the provincial' show at Medicine Hat which i opened yesterday. Lethbridge will lie I represented by over 200 entries. i For Patriotic Fund i 'The lion, treasurer, R. J. Ritchie acknowledges tile receipt of ?a from Alexander Gait chapter I. O. ;D.E., being proceeds of Hudson's Bay tea room on Dec. 13th, and ?25 from Mr: and Mrs. W. F. MscPonald of Wlimifred. Lcthuridge Vancouver, lasoa.i: Risch Limited Balmoral ak-ek Lethbridpt Records, Viol- ins, Accordeons, SKeet Music and Musical Mail Orders Careful Attention, The Women's CAinfort Rooms. jom 1, Hull Block. Phone 1710' IN MEMOBIAM In'loving memory of 'Harold T. Un- derwood, who died Nrew Year's ,tla> Jan. 1st, 1916. "Gone bit not foifcotten Lant and Mrs Thos t nderwood, London, J. D: Higiobotham Co Limited Pioneer DrugjUti." Wholesalr. and retail chemlfty TELEPHONE NO. 32i Goes on Lonn Jaunt Walter Ross, the well known I rancher, left this morning on an ex- i tended trip on which he expects to i travel 6000 miles. His ticket Includes I jaunts to such points as El Paso, Long Beach'and other points In the southern states. He Kill be joined in about six.jveeks by his son George. School Districts Consolidated The following school districts, name- ly: The Netniskam School District No. 13439, the South Nemiskam School .Dis- trict So. S440, and the Intervale School District No. '26BU, all of the province of Alberta, have been-erected into a consolidated school district under the name 'the' ?femiskam Consolidated School -District) No. 27 of the province of Alberta. WEATHER Clear t cloudj Victoria, KamloopsU clear Pentictoi, cloudy Grand .Forks, Xeison, cloydy rdmonton cloudy cleai Medicine clear Saskatoon, clondj Swift Cm rent, cloudy Moose Regina, .clbudy Mbcrt, fair Battleford rclenr; Wmnpcg, Port Arthm, The ueathe] the tast twentj foul hours has heen turning milder, snowfalls in Manitoba light snowfalls jn Saskatchewan FORECAST and nnrthwest Svinds Cohjer today and on Saskatchewan and and cold today and on Thursday. _ 2U 2-1 33 30 0 0 17 I1 10 S 15 8 0 -1 '.Iti 4 .15 4 2 .OS J 4 .10 C .02 82 .30 WANT LATE FOR "Ciiristmas mails througli the Letli bridge post office-we're the heaviest said Pastmaster -Hatnly to- indicating the general prosperltv of Southern y berta track of the weight 01 number ot pieces ot mall is kept but Mi Hantly says the rush was ver> lieaw Old countn mail started coming in on Christmas mom ing and this made a sort of aftei Christmas rush everything Is cleared away now It was noticeable that the use of the parcel post this jear was much heavier than usual Royal Arch Masons A meeting of Shekinah chapter will be held tonight for the election of officers ____ ilerk Musi e able to handld'.tvpew liter Apply uperintendent's' office CPR VETERINARY Residence phone, 18nl; Office phone For- Belgian Relief A. Mnchanan, M.P., acknowl-. edges the following contiibutions to the BeigianyUeUef Fund: of Pincher Creek school, liugiij Adams, Coutts. 510; lUpermtendentV office CPR V A i eqponslble man and ,ife want nfojuml woik on a farm, iully cauaMo of hatldjing eveijthmg P. O. 1043. Dr. Rusk, veterinarian. pupjis of Public Hehopl, Carmangay, I Sio; punils of KniBht Academy, Ray- ANNOUNCEMENTS REBEKAH LODGE ivJEETING I Dominion RcbeKah Lodge No 41 will meet In the IOOE hall tomor ro.u night at 8 o clock Visiting Ilebe kalis welcome. C. O. F. .MEETING '1 he regiilai eeting of C 0 F, will he held mtneK ofP h-ili to-nor row evening at o clock Flection of officeri ind other important bull nesH large attendance is expect led A fresh supply of chocolates; also cigars in boxes of 10 and 25; also cigarettes in boxeD ot iiO. snitahlc for Xmcis sifts, at the Lethbridge Hotel Cigar and Nrws Stand. Access con- venient to ladies from hotel lobby. moiid Pupils of Public school, Wainer Alneita ?lj Harry Huh- Lcthbridge. R. II. Sber- ocl Conimissioners for Affidavits The following have been gazetted as commissioners for taking aflidavits: E. II. Mack and .A. N. Murlntyro, Car- manga1 1 T Mooic Beaver Mines; .1 M. Carter, Ulaifmore; It. S. JIcKiu- hin. Coleman; b. J. Griffiths, Liind- breck John Coopei I B. Wilkle, F. Office Supplies: Mr. H. McG. hold a re cital Wednesday evening, DeCfMllbc 127th at b lo in M f A ailditorum, Ifor the pupils icpresennng iirtiodu. H Itoii II W Mill-r J S Kirkham torv prim rv junior int< rmedi UP and i ind I A I hmgnlone Icthbrldge; C. 'idvaiced indos Besides the niual IJ Warch roremoil Carl Halmaust, nisno solot lanet Mcllvem Will sIFe1 Warner r A Thompson Sevan-Per- wo rnn'i ami -Maslfi left I amis Tlieo nuntnn W. J ton Play a vlolm solo Vny'per I Roberts ind Frank AlcTiKlie. Wool TO" free of'tDirt M Shene I ajlortlfie; c llall (omfoitalili Studio) Monarch W F Bu7iitb Monarch; Jt phone I56B M-C 3 Gardine- Macleod New Model 1017 ine passenger Ford. Cash. Act Quickly. APPLY Baalim Motor Co. 8 i i Robertson's Book Store PHONE 1205 Jfirst oi January you will require a supply of Transfer Cases, Vortical Folders, Indexes, Board Files IJinding Cases, Blank either loose leal or bound. (Synoptic Hooks from 2 to 24 columns. I ;