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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN .CENTRAL COMFORTABLE LETHBRIDGE DAILY tffiRALP HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta A Few Specials For The Week End At Good's 31.85 25c 40c 25c MclNTOSH RE.DS. No. 1. Per box MclNTOSH REDS. Economy Crates. SpcC'iU Per crate GOOD COOKING APPLES. Per bos CRANBERRIES. 2 pounds for........... DILL PICKLES. Quart jars, per DILL PICKLES. Gallon jars, per jar SWEET POTATOES. pounds for HOME MADE HORSE RADISH. P.nt jars Special per jar MINCEMEAT. In bulk. 2 pounds for........ MINCEMEAT. In 4 pound tins, per tin CAMEM3ERT CHEESE. Per tin 70c OLIVES. In bulk. pint.................- OLIVES. In 1 gallon glass. Per gallon S1.15 RODGERS' GOLDEN SYRUP. In quart glass. Per quart FRESH CIDER. Per quart ORANGES. Per dozen........ 40c and 50c LEMONS. Per dozen PEANUT BUTTER. In bulk. Per pound BLEACHED SULTANA RAISINS. New stock. wIsTON's SULTANA AND W'AL- NUT CAKE. Per pound DUTCH T. RUSKS. Large packets. Per pkt. GINGER SNAPS. Special, 2 pounds EMPEROR GRAPES. Per pound COMB HONEY. Per section WHITE CLOVER HONEY. In 1 pint sealers CLOVERDALE SAUSAGE. Very fine. In one pound cartons. Per pound ,_. COOKED HAM. Per pound ROAST PORK. Per pound PUMPKIN. Per pound HUBBARD SQUASH. Per pound CELERY. 3 pounds for HEAD LETTUCE AND CAULIFLOWER ARRIVE FOR SATURDAY. 40c 30c 40c 15o 25c 20c Zoo 40c 25c 40c OSc 05c 25c TO THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES RUBBER SPONGES While They Last, 50c Rubber Sponges for 24c. vour chance to get E fine Quality rubber sponge at a very low price." Come early. They will not last long. THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. NEXT'DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1487. IT For the Week-end Pure Honey, section 25c .Worcester Sauce, per bottle lOc Bananas, If any arrive, doz. 35c Creamery Butter, pound Oranges, doz. 30c, 35c and.. 40c Paris Pate, two Eating Apples, 6 Ib. for 25c Eggs, per Pears, per pound iOc Onions, 8 for 25c Cranberries, 2 Ibs. for......25c Cabbage, carrots, beets, Ib..... 2c T1CKNER CO. 204 Thirteenth St. S. (Opposite Ellison Mills) Phone 364 D Bickel, formerly of the staff of the Dominion Lands Office at Red Deer and who has been connected with the staff here for some weeks has taken over the duties of general secretary the Y.M.C.A. Mr. Bickel while not a Y.M.C.A. man in the usual sense of the term, 'is experienced, in financial affairs, anil hopes to put tli.> institution here on a very sound footing within a short time. -Mr. Dickel has already made an extremely i favorable impression upon the 'many who cow frequent the "V and sue-j cess to his new dutiesjs predicted .for him. I MARKETS Choice Meats Cost Less Tomorrow SATURDAY SPECIALS Prime Boast' of Beef. 4 fts and up. per Ib. 18c Trimmed Shoulders of Pork, any cur, Hi. 20c Pure Pork Sausage, per ft.............20c Hamburo-er Steak, i svo fts. Fresh Cooked Tripe, rwo ft; 25c Ground for (i Ihs. for 25c Prime Steer Beef We specialze on good heef arid sell nothing hut prime steer beef. We have this for tomorrow, also young1 pork, veal and mutton. THE ALBERTA MEAT MARKET Phone 492 THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED MEAT MARKET IN THE CITY NINTH AVENUE NORTH. W. HOPKINS, Prop. Winnipeg, Nov. Wheat closed down for November, lower for December and 2'ic down for May. Oats were down. Barley 2c down. Flax gained for November, for December and 7T4c for JIay: 'Min- neapolis-wheat was %c lower fur De- cember. VJc down for Hay and ?4c down for July. Big trade on a brisk live market to- day The morning- was featured with eooil buying but this, was early out or the market The speculative interest was not enough -to support the mar- ket which became a little over- bought. A lot of wheat appeared which caused a sharp break. .This made the ranges very wide. During the day November wheat passed and repassed the ?2 mark. The most ex- citing time came in the last few min- utes when wheat jumped about very quickly In the last 30 minutes the prices" of December wheat went from 191 to 192 and back to 191. The trade was heavy. The high point of the day was for November- The cash trade was poor. No grade was wanted, hadlv and only No. 1 showed any in-' tereit Oats were in good with barley in good, demand. Flax; was indifferent. 7 WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat- No. 1 Nor.. .19.6% No. 2 Nor. No. 3 Nor...191 No. No. 2 C.W.. 65% No. Extra 1 Feed Gold Fish WITH PURCHASE OF NYAL GOODS ON SATTRDAY- Those purchasing any Nyal Qur.lity Goods to the value of 50c or more will receive Free of C.3st a Fish Globe with two Gold Fish. "Nyal Quality Goods" are the- most'popular goods sold in drug stores of Canada. There is a special remedy for every ailment ami a preparation for every toilet rPiiuirement. Ail Nyal products are sold with an" absolute guarantee ot satisfaction to the purchaser. Come in the morning if possi- ble .for we only''have' a limited number of Globes. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Liailed "PHONE 555. Mother's Helps F St. Catharines, Nov. wha I was told me hy luen who were there, laud I may say "'it is the general 1m- pression on the battle line among our troops; Ihe angels of the Marne were a said Major W. H. Jlerritt, M.U., former mayor of this city, who recently returned from the front, where he commanded the Hth Bat- tery, at a public meeting here last night. "Whatever it was the Germans saw which sent them hack, whether it was a cloud of smoke or something else, to my mind and to the minds of of- ficers and men generally of our forces. It was a divine manifestation of the command "Thus far shall thou so and no further.' for 1 believe the Divine hand supports us in this great Strug- i gle. "At any rate, look at the conse- duences. Had the Germans gone on they would have had Paris in two days, and had France at their feet. They would have stopped Russia a short time. Commanding tile channel, they would have had ac- cess to the British Isles, and who I knows if today the world would not i have been under German domination." BREAD LETHBRIDGE HAS THE BEST BAKERY, THE CLEAN- EST BAKERY, THE BEST BREAD AND THE CHEAPEST BREAD OF ANY CITY IN WES- TERN CANADA. THE REPU- TATION OF QUAKER BREAD IS NOT CONFINED TO THE CITY ONLY. IT IS PROVINCE WIDE. ..196% No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed No, '1 ......113 No. Rejected and Feed No. 1 N- W. C......... I No. 2 C. W........... FUTURES Winnipeg Nov.......... Dec............ May........... .May........... Dec. May........... Dec............ May........... Chicago- Dec. May 64% 64 63% 199'i 192% .256 191', 198 189 192 ..106 100 268 265 189 19H4 J.92% 0.4 V4 65% Sachet Powder We have a very com- plete line of the "worth while" per- fumes. Piver's (Paris) Roger Gailefs Godet's (Paris) Grossmith's. (London) Crown Perfumery Co.'s (London) Hudnut's (New York) Harmony (Boston) Prices from 75c to an ounce. J. D. Higinbolham Co. "Albert-i'i Pioneer Tke Jtotv and retail chemlitt TELEPHONE NO. 322 ONE-FOUR NEWS (From Our Own CorresDuml'mU One-Four. Nov. D. Greeno is threshing at Comrey. Mrs. August Flora and daughter re turned from Comrey yesterday. Samuel Cross started for Medicnii, Hat yesterday and expects to return in about a week. John II. Maynard has made home stead application tor the N. W. >i 01 section 34. Messrs. Wiley and Hedloff are haul- ing their wheat from Sage Creek to Altaian. T. L. Duncan was a business visitor at Govenlock Monday, and incidentally sold a load of wheat for ?1.C3 per bushel. The C. P. It. depot contractor went through to Manyberries Sunday where he is putting up an A2 depot. This is not a divisional point depot. .Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Larson of Com- rey expect to spend the winter at a Montana hot springs resort for the benefit of C. M.'s rheumatism. I John j. Bvenson passed through to Sage Creek Thursday on official busi- 'ness, and brought with him George H. Whitesel's naturalization certificate. Word has been received from Alex Lindsay, who is spending the winter iln Ontario, that he is suffering from an ulcerated tooth and has gone to a specialist in Ottawa to have it operat- ed upon.. Mrs. James K. Wetherelt in expect- ing her brother, Bert Foster, and family, to arrive soon from Arran, Bask., to locate permanently on land In the One-Four district. PRICES WILL ADVANCE SN THIRTY DAYS MAKE YOUR PURCHASE NOW Special Oak Heaters WITH DEEP ASHPIT AND MICA OPENING Hayr Hardware Co. Phone 575 P.O. Box 275 WANTED DISTRICT MANAGER, with Htadqurlers at FOR THE Policy Holders Mutual Life Insurance Co. .....OfTUronto. The Company Where 1. Each of Insurance carries a vote. 2. Where the 'rates are lower than for correspbh'dih'g policies in other companies. 3. Where the abstainers are kept in a separate class. 4. Where the policy holder has the privilege of a free medical examination yearly. 5. Where Premiums can be paid monthly, quarterly, half yearly or yearly, whenever the Insured wishes to do so. 6. Where profits are distributed annually. GOOD CONTRACT OFFERED TO THE RIGHT MANr Address: W. E. CHADSAY, Provincial Manager 411 Agency Building Edmonton, AlbirU- 192% fHURSDAY'S LIVESTOCK PRICES native beef, 17.10 o SI2.05; western steers, Sp.70 to 10.10; hogs, selects, '510.00; heep. wethers, 57.70 to lambs, S.75 to 311.50. butcher, to 6.50; hogs, Belects, to heep, w.ethcrs, J7.50 to 18.76; .lambs 9.60. LOCALMARKETS Grain Livestock Priest Track price. Wheat .....179V4 Wheat Oats .......56% Oatr Barley 94 Barley Flax .......25.014' Flax LIVESTOCK PftlCES Choice steers, 5% to 6li to Select bogs, 150 to 200 Ibs., .Choice feilline ewes. 7c.- Mason Risch Limited Lethbridge Records, Viol- ins, Accordfons Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise. Mail Orct'crs Given Careful f Attention. WANTED! YOUR FURNACE i New Meat Market OPENED AT 242 13th 8TKEET NOKTH TO THE PEOPLES' DRUG STORE W. Demers, Proprietor CITY AND DISTRICT tfid Well For patriotic Fund The residents of Bow City district, have, since the visit of T. Jl. Tweedie, M.L.A., and A. Buchanan, M.P., on Sunday last, collected ocer to the patriotic fund. AMERICAN ABOARD Cambridge, Mass.. Nov. n. Banner, of this city, an American citizen, was a passenger on hoard the British steamer Arabia, reported sunk November 6 in the Mediterranean by a'submarine without warning. Danner was returning from India to spend a furlough a.t home. New Pastor Baptist church Rev. Mr. preached his first sermons as pastor of the First Baptist church here last Sunday, has taken up his residence at the corner of Twelfth street and Fourth Ave. Mr. naker preached to large congrega- tions oSi Sunday, and mado very favorable impression upon those pres- ent. TO REPAIR Gtfo. K. Dixon Cu., J PHONE-1057 fEAR STAFFORD BLOCK Billy Carnill Still on.Duty The item published by the Herald this week that Hilly Carnill, who TO enlisted with the railway construction corps, after returning once from the front, had been turned back as medi- cally unfit, is not quite correct. Billy is at present in tho hospital ill, hut Is. with the battalion which Is quartered at Windsor, Nova Scotia, and hopes to bo able to. go again to the front with them. BIRTH Mr. and .Mrs. A. M. Malonoy, Kxporlmontal I'arm, on Nov. 9th, a daughter, VENO'S WON THE FRENCH PRIZE For the Cure of COUGHS BRONCHIAL TROUBLES The ball mark of scientific approval was conferred upon Veno's Lightning Cough Cure when it won Prix and Gold Medal at tho Interna- tional Health Exhibition, Paris, 1910; the approval of the public Is expressed in a reputation as wide as the British Empire. Veno's has the largest sale of Its class in the world. It Is made in Ureat Britain by British skill, financ- ed by British capital, and sold wher- ever the British flag files. Prices 30 cents and 60 conts, from druggists and stores throughout Canada. "CANADIANS AT store windows.) 12 Outer'Covers from the 60 cent size of Veno's Lightning Cough Cure or 24 from the SO cent size, mailed to Harold P. Ritchie Co. Ltd., 10 Me- Btr.oet, 'Toronto, entitle you to a Beautiful coloured reproduction of this famous Itoyal Academy painting The reproductions are on view In most drugglnts' windows. ANNOUNCEMENTS The Children's Shelter is greatly in need -of small children's clothing. Boys--clothing especially. Drs. DeVelier! Campbell, Itoy and Crngg liavo moved into their offices over the Royal Bank Bldg. office phono 505. Residence phones: Camp- bell 1358; Dr. Hoy Dr. Cragg 1203. PREPARE. TO MEET THY Amos 4, As a Christian, 1 be glad Co correspond with any rtixlous inquirer seeking salvation.. Address St. N., Leihbrldge. DEATH The death occurred yes- terday of Mrs! (icorgc Fames. thVbe- loved wife of Jlr. Ceo. Fames, aged 43 years and 7 mos., at 401 12th St. N. Funeral will take place at 2.30 tomor- row afternoon from Westminster church. 2S1-1 UNITED STATES ARTIST DEAD New York, Nov. Henry Ward Hanger, one of the best known of landscape artists, died at his homo hero today. Ho was educat- ed at Syracuse university and studied art in Paris. England and Holland. Mr. Hanger was 58 years old. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE UflOJIO QUININE Tablets. Unionists refund money If It falls to cure. 15. W. GHOVS'S els- nature is on each box. 25c ;