Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel VTindsor � t,�itt;�1.S5 a' Day :Hot�� iri C : � Albaru .THE LETHBRID.QE Hfeft^uu-,J . TAYLOR MAID Tree Ripened, Haiid Packed Canned Fruit in Heavy Syrup in Sanitary Tins People tliat have used these say they ore as good as their own home cauniug, while the cost is couslderaibljf less. We have those in assorted cases containing 24 tins, a^eachof the following; Red or Black Raspberries, Strawberries, Crawford Peaches. Bartlett Pears, : Green .Gas*) Plums. Lombard Plurns, Red,'Black or ^\^iite Pitted Clierries and Red or Black Chvrrants.' Extra low price for a shorttiiriej J�er.Case ......____.... ,.153.95 Can yoit beat it! of�� THE GOOD Phone 1271 high-class groceries lilfllMARKm DID IT For a limited time only we will paper complete any ordinary i2ed room with your choice of any of our'15c � j| A A papers for........$4.uu Ordinary rooms papered com-�plete with choice of paper from P::-.^'. $5.00 Ordinary rooms completely papered with -your choice of 25c Fof^'^^''^"^ $6.50 VVEATHEK Letltbridge, snow, .......... 30 6 Edmonton, clear ............ 2'1 -12 Medicine Hat, fair .......... 26-6 Wimiipegl cloudy ............. 16 ! Calgary, clear ................ 26 4 Port Arthur, cloudy ....... 30 18 The weather throughout the west has been mostly fair and moderately cold. Some lopal snowfalls have occurred in Manitoba and Sasliatche-wan. - FORECAST : Western Provinces - Fair and cold today and on Friday. Local snow flurries. CITY AND DII^TRICT Fo^r'*'*.".$8.00 "ii" ^ 'V'.i'.V;. �.'�'.^ v Aemember, we. supply your selection of papers and hatig the|n to your, walls complete Avlfhi borders at these unheard ? cash prices. Ibe J. L SIMONS CO. HULL BLOCK. THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES �yVlnnipeg, Man., Jan. 14.-Opening [ana .closing prices on tbe Grain Exchange today were as follows , >?frheat- ., Open ' January.......... May.......... .. 139% � July.........-. t.. 1409i Or.ts- May .. .... 5S% July............. Closing Cash Prices Wher.t- No. 1 Northern .. .. .. Via No. 2 Northern........ No. 3 Jiforthem Oats-No. 2 C. W. ... Barley- No. 4................ Flax- , , No. 1 N. W. C......... Chicagb Wheat Open May .. .... .. 141% July .... .. 126% 'Minneapolis Wheat May............ 136% July .. .... l36% Close 136' 140 141 50% 132% 129% .56% � 67 159 Close 142% 125% 137% 13-V4 LOCAL GRAIN PRICES No. 1 (car lots).......... .. 121 . WHEAT (wagon lots): No. 1 Nor. .. 110 No. 1 Red.. No. 2 Nor. .V 107 No. 2 Red.. No. 3 Nor. .. 102- No. 3 Red.. OATS: No. 2 C.W., 48. Local curb close:, 118. 110 107 102 LOCAL LIVESTOCK PRICES Fumishetl by P. Bums & Co.: Ckttle-Choice",''fat' steers, .5% to 5%; choice fat cows and heifers, 4% to 5%; good fat bulls. 3% to 4. Sheep-rCh(>ice killing -wethers, 6; dittp, ewes, 5%: choice fat lambs, 6%. KSgs-Select, 150 to 250 pounds, 5% to 5\H. - ^INJiJJPEG "TELEGRAM QUITS MORNING EDITION . Winnipeg,' Man., Jan. 14.-The Morning � Te"iegram,/ published here continuously since the days of the old ij^orth'wesjer, appeared today for the^Jagt time.. An editorial announcement'stated that itis the policy of the management to 'codcenrate on.'th� evening field. This leaves four daily newspapers in "Winnipeg,- .instead of five; these belngithe Manitoba Free Press (mcm-Ing), the Free Press Bulletin, the Tel-I egramandjtlie Tri.bune, the three last-named being evening papers. Monster Concert Soon The City Band and the Male Voice Choir contemplate giving a monster concert in the near future. These two musical combination, which have made good, have combined for this purpose, and with other high-class talent will endeavor to give the best concert ever beard In the city. I.O.D.E. SlTJii9 present 'member,, Dr. Warnooh, will tindoubtedly be the choice of the meeting, and as far as can be ascertained, no other names are likely to be put ibrw^rfl. Or. Clarke" of Red Deer .will be pr�-)ient.india4di'.eB8,j^e convention, t Auction Sale OF VERY SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, ON Friday Next, January 15th AT 10.30 AT 1233 5TH AVENUE SOUTH. FRANK WADDINGTON is favored with Instructions by the owner, J. Jackson, Esq., who l� leaving the city, .'to sell by public auction, and without reserve the whole of his High-Class : ;,' HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and effects, Including:-Solid Mahogany Occasional Table; palC of Mission Oak Arm Chairs, in leather; large Fumed Oak Rocker; Mahogany Jardiniere Stand; Mahogany Moisio Bench; Sectional : Book Cases (4.scotions) in oak; Lady's Oak-Writing,Desk; Mission . Oak Librai-y Table;-Mahogany Rocker; R.e5iaing Lamp;. Sriiokerls ' Gaibinet;jnassive Extending Dining Ta'ble in quarter cut: oak; set 6 Dining Chnirs to match; handsome quarter cut oak-ChinaCabinet shaped front; Ottoman Lounge; Sanitary Loungej'Chiftpnler-In tiatural mahogany; Lady's Dressing Table to match'; "solid Brass ' Bed-complete: withrSpring and Hair Mattress; large Bevel Plate' Mirror; Oak Rresser; Drophead Sewing Machine; 3 Porch Chairs!! Chik's Cot (drop side); Books, Pictures, Rugs, Refrigerator; the; . usual kitchen, requisites, and a largo quantity of Preserved Prulti^. Jams and Jelilos. , *- The.-sale .will commence promptly at 10,30 a.m. and an early attendance, is respectfully requested. TERMS'CASH. AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE, 11 STAFFORD BLK. J- Empress Theatre January 18th and 19th.