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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberto 2" Good's Week specials He tiiloiuk'd for Cars F.xtni Fiiu- 15.I'. Apples .Jus! In; Saturday. OTHER NEW LINES JUST FCR.N.A SEEDLESS AND SULTANA RAISINS NEW GRECIAN F1L1ATRA AND VOSTIZZM -jUKnrt_1l.l___ comic HTHPP WATERMAN'S FOUNTAIN PENS We have a particularly fine assortment of Waterman s Fountain No matter how fussy you are we can suit you THE KENNY ALLIN CO Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. DAY AS il i-br- i i i i U i -HING NO i B C APPLES. EXTRA FINE JONATHANS. These ire the variety for present uss. It will pay you to lay in a supply of apples now Prices are sure to advance. Price, per case C1.SO u.NWRAPPEO JONATHANS. These are really ,No Is and No. "s, mixed but on account of them beino unwnppeci they have to ue graded No. 3s. They arc extra good value. Price, per case SI-60 MclNTOSH REDS. Economy cr.'.tES. A few Jeit; Per crate Other varieties at most reasonable prices. PEANUT BUTTER. Made in Letlibridge. Very fine. Per pound EMPEROR GRAPES. Per pound JERSEY CRANBERRIES. All sound. Medium size. Two pounds for 25c Large size, per pound '-c FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT. First this season. Price each FRESH PORK SAUSAGE. 1 pound cartons. sealed. Solid meats. FRESH OYSTERS. Coast Quarts, each Pints, each AND NUMEROUS OTHER WE EXPECT THIS ANY WEEKS AGO. RIPE OLIVES. Pint tins. We bouqht these at a very low price. Per ti'i 30c QUEEN OLIVES. In bulk. Per pint 25c MINCE MEAT. Two pounds for 35c SEEDLESS RAISINS. 12 ounce pkts. Each... loc 10 ounce packets. Each 20o BLEACHED SULTANAS, Two pounds for 45c SMYRNA SULTANAS. A new California product. Quality yood. Per pound................. 20c FANCY SEEDED. 16 ounce packets. Each 15c FANCY SEEDED. 12 ounce packets. Two for 25c FILIATRA CURRANTS. Victoria Cross brand. 12 ounce packets. Per packet 20c VOSTIZZA CURSANTS. Nabob Brand. 16 ounce packets. Per packet FANCY LAYER FIGS. Per pound 25c FANCY CALIFORNIA PULLED FIGS. Very fine. Per pound 20c NEW SHELLED WALNUTS. Per pound 55: BLUE LABEL CATSUP. A lot just in. Bottle 3Sc AIRLINE HONEY. In combs and bottles. This is exceptionally fine quality. DON'T LEAVE YOUR XMAS COOKING TOO LATE THE SUPPLY OF FRUIT AND PEELS IS LIMITED. WE HAVE 1 QUALITY CURRANTS. SULTANAS, RAISINS. FIGS AND DATES AT LOWEST PRICES. DIED CHERRIES TO ARRIVE ANY DAY. CAN TICKNER CO. 204 Thirteenth St. S. (Opposite Ellison Mills) Phone 364 "rime This isjlic choicest beef ami-make? Get some tomorroAv. 1'ine Use PHONE 492 THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED MEAT MARKET IN THE CITY W. HOPKINS. Prep.NINTH AVENUE NORTH. AUCTION SALE TONIGHT AT 7.30 SHARP At Wilson's AiM'tion Rooms, 427 5th St. S. Consisting of Dry Goods. Boots and Shoes, Toques, Children's Mitts and Gloves, Ladies' awl: Men's Swi-aicrs and Men's Leather Mitts.. -nc- OF THE PROCEEDS OF THIS SALE WILL BE GIVEN TO THE PATRIOTIC FUND. Winnipeg, Nov. wheat, closet! lYsv lower Tor November, down for December, aisd .decline' for May. Oats were %v higher lor; December, and advance for May.] Barley gained Flax down Ou for; November. tor December and 4t-. E i for May. Minneapolis i lov.-er for Deromner. 1 Jio lower (or I.May and U-e lower for July. i 1 The trade was again light on the. erratic: market. Wheat as usual opened i higher in the morning, hut during the j day workpil IOIVRV. Therr. was no I i evidence of government buying, v.-hich discouraged a crowd prepared for I slightly higher The iliree i markets worked in sympathy, rjid I varied little in spreads. The -trade. 1 which was light, was mostly scalping. I with a little spreading. Tlie interest v.-as almost wholly local in oats. There some extra good buying, which keut that marker, strong, in spite of the Lite weakness displayed by wheat, exporters and firms with American connections were good buyers in the morning. 1 Deliveries today were bus. of wheat. There was a fair demand i Tor Nos. 1 and '1 Northern, but the lower grades show poor enquiry. Oats j and barley were in good uSaiunu. j Winnipeg Cash Prices j Xo. 1 Nor... Xo. 2 Xor.. No. Nor.. .138Vt No- Nor.. Xo. 5 Northern i Feed j :No. '2 C. W...G7 Xo. 3 C. Extra No. i Feed Xo. 1 Feed..Go No. i! Peed Darley Xo. 3 ......114 Xo. 4 Rejected and feed Xo. 1 X. C............... No. 2 C. W Futures Dec............ May........... Oats- Dec............ May........... Dec. May........... BURNT LEATHE! CITY AND DISTRICT Alberta Casualties iniiliri. oi" .Macleod, awt of Grassy Luke, ap- casualty lists as ii We have just received a spler.- did Lot of these ooods and mostly at old prices so that these will NOT BE GOING UP. Tobscco Pouches 50c Tobacco Pouches, rubber lined Handkerchief Holders Giove Folders ............51-25 Hand Bags Squaw Post Card Albums 75c Snap fahot Albums 35c to Necktie Racks EOc Arm Purses for Soldiers 75c Money Belts for Soldiers, snd Tke Red Cross Drag Beok Co.- Limited PHONE 655. Evangelistic Services Kvaujtolist liarlon, who is address- ing good crowds .in church evening, will sneak oil tlie topic, whoso Uiis s I Bank Changes j A. R. de .Maniby. of the of i .Montreal, Kay 111 on tl. hits been trans- jforreil to Lcthhrfdsn. Mr. Campbell. 1 oi' thn brunch, lias taken j j Mr. de Mamby's place at Raymond. Miners' Meeting ifil meeting of tlio Minors' i... the Miners' Hall at 7 o'clock Sonic prominent district of- be present, A full attend- asked for. V-H11 IL. 1 1 cannot be altered. Name Must Appaar Herald has received a letter "A Canadian Woman." Vv'o are willing to publish it, but must that, the name of this writer ap- with it. This is a rule that PHONE 1023, W. L. WILSON, AUCTIONEER Dec. .May Dec. i May Chicago LOCAL MARKETS Livestock Prices WANTED! YOUR FURNACE TO REPAIR Geo. K. iiixnn PHONE 1057 REAR STAFFORD BLOCK ANNOUNCEMENTS The Children's Shelter i.i greaily in I need of small children's clothing. Boys' clothing especially. Track prices v.'ason 'Vir.e: Wheat .....Tl" Oats Oats Barley ill Hurley suvi r'li'.s ......231 LIVE-STOCK i ClHiu-e steers, to lilt cowa to r.'i. Select iioss. ' 2W) u'i. Choice ewcri. 7c. On Sailors' Relief S Bacon Hillocks. M.I..A of tlie Southern Alberta branch of tile Sailors' Relief Fund, was in the cily for a few hours yesterday aftori'.oon. Photographers It may be of interest to photo- graphers, both professional and amateur, to know that-we carry one of the most extensive stocks "of pho'.igraphic acccsscrieE in the west. Plats: All sizss up to 5x7. Mounts: All sizes up to 5x7. Portrait Attachments. Light Filters EaGtman Timers. Ecstman Thermometers. Fcrrclype Plates. Cable Releases Film Pack Adapters Autographic Backs. All ths papers in various gi'ndes .-in dozens, half gross, gross ?nd 503 packages. This ap- pliec to post cards SB well. We do developing, printing and enlarging end .our workman- ship cannot be surpassed. j. D. Higinbolbam Co. Limited "Alberta's Pioneer Tke Wholesale and Detail cbcm TELEPHONE NO. 322 j Pte Hardie Recovering j Hardie has received a let- ter from an official Jtetl Cross visitor in London stating that Pte. Gladstone Jhmlie is suffering from stiffness of i the arm and shouUlfr :IK a result of ]ii-i slirapnel wound, hut there arc I gccii hopes for his complete recovery. Elks Meeting Tonioht B. P. O. Elks meet tonight, at eight o'cloci; in tlieir club rooms in the Al-( bc-rta block. The entertainment inittee has made special arraugemcnfH for this 'evening and it is hoped that all members will be on hand. Visit- ing members welcome. Is Dangerously HI Today's casualty lists contain the name of S. H. Llpplnswell of Leth-jy as dangerously ill. .Mr. Lip- pingwel! received the word yester- day from tin; record office. In the first message stating that he was. i wounded, it was stated that Pte. Lin-] pimjwell was suffering from gunshot; 'wounds in the arm, hand anil thighs. i IVlaj. Date Transferred i The transfer oi' .Major N. K. Dale, llarc officer in charge of tlie intern- inient camp at Lnthbridge, has been (approved by tlte military aiithoritic'K [at. Ottawa, and lie will lake up his [duties as officer in charge of the in- camp, Kingston, Out. HAVE YOU HAD BREAD THAT IS DRY AND TASTE LESS? DO NOT THINK FROM THAT EXPERIENCE THAT ALL BAKER'S pREAD IS ALIKE. TRY QUAKER BREAD ONCE AND TASTE THE DIF FERENCE. -MAKE YOUR PURCHASE NOW WITH DEEP ASHPIT AND MICA OPBN1NG 50 SI4.50 P.O. Box 275 Contractors should look over Hie Roval View Hclel buildins at lloyal It will lie sold in parts as salvage or in block at Stirling Auc- tion rooms. K. 1'. Hldg.. ihis city, next Tuesday. A neiv heating plant: ;i quantity of galvanized iron, cornish veneering! wimlows. doors: and :i thousand feel of good Inniiier. ad. and go onl and look il Heavy Traffic -'SC-0 i The heavy travel continues and the accommodation of the city hotels is. llr- m.Veber liov and wholly Inadequate to meet the in lui'si i-oiiii-CragE have Inlo their unices The other night 25 Iravellers tound ac- j "drussi" ts over ilw. Koyal Hank Bids, o'lice phone! commodalion the w Passburg Visitor W Hamilton, v.'ho lias charge o: illii! coal mines at Pa'selinrg. is In tlw Icilv today. lie .Is. accompanied By hm ifaiiiily. .liulup Iwrs. Court at Taber .lacHsoji 10 Tabcr this ivheie he v.-ill chain- S j F. W. Is Secretary I AL a of tile local oomnlit- itRe of the Naval Recruiting League I held yesterday afternoon in Mayor Hunlle'B office, r'rcd Downer was local secretary io look after ithe work hero. Tile comniittee con- tcnildutcs luakins! an active canvass for naval so that I.cthl.'l'idKO .may sunjily tiuola of the MOO ex- peeted from Alberta. i To Practice In Lethbridqe j A. B. Hogg, the well and favorably Carmanyay barrister, is to lie- conie G rnsldeiil l.cthlirlilge. On i Nov. Mill he will talle up the prac- tk'e of in this city. He hns al- ready taken offices In the Hmpress .iiilock. Air. Hogs has been practis- ing in Carmangay since 1010. and is very hislily esteemed in that district. This Means Something To YOU, Ladies and Gentlemen! Cbcap Kent, Chcaj) Fixtures, No Bart Debts. The North Meat Market 242 THIRTEENTH ST. N. DEMERS, PROP. For Bclrjian Relief A I iie Scmii........................ I.iali lelici' acknowledges tlie sol lowili-.; Ilui'liar ('has. So. Returns From England To ScnU 'I'lii? ijominion Alliance Council of ciifiirnian of! f-anailn has called a. convention in branch Hie Of Toro Ho for -Monday. Nov. the sol-; .-jitii, Uc-presenU'.tives of the provin who has been inter-; tive ited in securing tilil Country cpnltali r the deveioinneiil of Kouillern Al- nll poasibilitics. relurncd dJcial 'n'oliiliition ovsiuiuations of ev- province in Vlie Dominion have been invited and it Is expected Iliat (here will be a large and reprcsonla- Alberta Temper- .ince and Moral Ittefonn league of this St.' Michael. 1 1M r herta s on 'the city from Knglaud a toy Jw sciulljiK ttitive the Oneral Mason Risch Limited Balmoral Block Lethbridge Victor Records ins, Accordeons and Musical Merchandise. IB, Viol- Sheet Music Mail Orders Given Attention. Careful Abotit Heated- Cars There ii; on' tile at Hie hoard of trade offices- memoranda on heated .anyone s invited' to look into. oocia! Service Congress jv great congreafi that will bo repre- sentative of the entire province of Al- berta will be held In Calgary on Nov- ember 23rd ami 24th. This congress IB lielnR held under the direction of the Social Service Council of Citnadn, and shoul'd be not only .educative, but prove to Wrongly Influence the public life of oflr province ami lend toward tbcial righteousness. SHAMPOOING AND HAIR DRESSING MAS.SAOING AND MANICUR- ING HAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS i OHILDRF-N'S HAIR BOBBING Tire Women's C'oinl'ort Kooins Room 1, Hull Block. Phone 1710 Jewell Loses, Suit, Ira "lli Jewell, whose tender, on the. city'" filtratlnn plant" was sub- ject of much debate a few weeks ago, has lost his suit against the city of Minneapolis for Infringement of Jew- ell Filter patents In a plant built by. that city. The ease was decided in Jewell's favor In the lower courts, but was reversed by the supreme court. The reversal of the decision will mean that certain patents claimed ,by Mr. he 'fee to nil filtration manufacturers. Several hundred thousand dollars In other Bulls will now In; settled against -Mr. Jewell as a result of this ;