Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta
HOTEL DALtAS LY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best 1.25 a Day Hotel in Alberta Two Cars Kxlra Fine B. JISKI In: Will Be mioartcd foi IMC-' RECEIVED NEW CALIFORNIA SEEDED, SEEDLESS AND SULTANA WATERMAN'S FOUNTAIN PENS We have a particularly fine assortment of Waterman s Fountain Pens. No matter how fussy you are we can suit you THE KENNY ALLIN CO., Ltd. PHONE 1-137.. NO 1 B C APPLES. EXTRA FINE JONATHANS. These are the very test variety tor prtsent use. It will pay you to lay in a supply of apples now. Prices arc sure Price, per case UNWRAPPED JONATHANS. These nre really No 1s and No. 2s. mixed but on account of '.hem being unwrappid they have to be graded'No. 3s. They arj extra good value. Pries, per case MclNTOSH REDS. Economy crates. A few left. Per orate Other varieties at most reasonaolc prices. PEANUT BUTTER. Made in Lethbridge. Very fine. Per pound EMPEROR GRAPES. Per pound 2UC JERSEY CRANBERRIES. All sound. Medium size. Two pounds for Large size, per pound lor, p FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT. First this season, price each 15c FRESH PORK SAUSAGE. 1 pound cartons. Per ?5C FRESH OYSTERS. Coast sealed. Solid meats. Q'uarts. each............................ Pints, each ...............................45c RIPE OLIVES. Pint tins. We bought these at a very low price. Per tin................. 30c QUEEN OLIVES. In bulk. Per pint 25c MINCE MEAT. Two pounds tor............ 35c SEEDLESS RAISINS. 12 ounce pkts. Each... 15c 16 ounce packets. BLEACHED SULTANAS, Two pounds for 45c SMYRNA SULTANAS. A new California product; Quality good. Per pound 20c FANCY SEEDED. 15 ounce packets. Each 15c FANCY SEEDED. 12 ounce packets. Two for 25c FILIATRA CURRANTS. Victoria Cross brand. 12 ounce packets. Per packet 20c VOSTIZZA CURRANTS. Nabob Brand. 16 ounce packets. Per packet FANCY LAYER FIGS. Per pound PULLED FIGS. Very fine. Per pound 20c NEW SHELLED WALNUTS. Per pound 55c BLUE LABEL CATSUPi A lot just in. Bottle AIRLINE HONEY. In combs and bottles. This is exceptionally fine quality. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 525 tgGtfQ H53 BS5 Our Week End "Offering of Good Thing 25c 40c HONEY. Section........... ORANGES Dozen, 20c. 35c LEMONS. Larg.: Dozen............ APPLES. Ho.vre Bcautys. Jona :hsns, Winesap. War. ners. Bex TABLE FIGS Pound Also Each DEL MONTE CATSUP Bottle PEAS, CORN BEANS Cans PEAMEAL BACON Pound DOMINION BACON Pcund CREAMERY BUTTER Pound lOc 30c 35e 45 c li 204 Thirteenth St TICKNER co. S. (Opposite Ellison Mills> for i ovPmbt-r. iluull; l :ic lov.-O'.- for May. i for Choice Meats Cost Less Tomorow lay Roa.-r of Beef. 4 Ibs up; pei' Ib 18c Pure Pm-k Sansajrc, per 20c Iliimb'ursri'r Steak. Ibs. ............25c Fresh (.'nuked Tripr. two 25c (irniuid Bone rhic'-kens, tbs for 25c Full Line of Prime Steer Beef, Mutton and Pork. Phone, Please THETlBERTA MEAT MARKET PHONE 492 THE CL.r? [ylEAT MARKET IN THE CITY W. HOPKINS, Prop.NINTH AVENUE NORTH. lor .May. Fbx was flown for 'November. for Decpni'uer and 4 cents ilow'n lo'r .May. Barley dropped cLMilrf .MiuneiMioiir. j in December, '.''....i- in May a nil in .Inly. The trade during die day was ratli- or liuiit. Tlic crowd v.-cre bearish 10 a man. They attacked (luring the ilnv with lit'.la confidence, lict did I rfirash to lireak wheat considerably. Sonic was reported in the morning, hut was offset by tite i were re-selling in Uiie so-jtliem'market. The news was re.iturfJcss. A of regressive i irer.r tiie rinse took wheat ij-jc under ilie lirevioils close. Cash- wheat i was fair fur No. 1 and northern. 1 Xumber ivas heavily delivered. Low- I were poor. Outs were barley fair and flax indifferent.___ j .Winnipeg Cash Prices i 'Xo 1 Nor...lMlri Xo. 3 Xcr...lS5ii Xo. -1 No. j Northern i -1 C. W...IKU Xo. C. IKxira No. 1 Feed ...........'...'ills No. r-Fceil Xo. 3 .....112 Xo. 4 1UO] Rejected and Feed ............M' i Flax------ No 1 X. No. 2 C. Fisturec Xov............. Dec.......... Hay Dec............. Flax- Dec.............. BURNT GOODS We have just received a splen- did of these goods and mostly at old prices so that these will NOT BE GO1NC UP. Tobacco Pouches 50c Tobacco Pouches, rubber lined Handkerchief Holders Glove Folders Hand Squaw Bags Post Card Albums 75c Snap Shot Albums 35c to Necktie Racks 60c Arm Purses for Soldiers 75c Money Belts for Soldiers, and Tke Red Cross Drag Book Co4, limited PHONE 555. CITY AND DISTRICT] Col. Birdwhistle Here Lieut.-Col. K. .1. Hfrilwliistlv Ot- tawa, is res is tern! the Lethbridge. Elevator Manager -los. Purr, maim KIM- of the Alberta Pacific line elevators in the south, te a business visitor in the city tcdiiy. JOHN GlLMORgS QUAKER BREAD HAVE YOU HAD BREAD THAT IS DRY AND TASTE- LESS? DO NOT THINK FROM THAT EXPERIENCE THAT ALL BAKER'S BREAD IS ALIKE. TRY QUAKER BREAD ONCE AND TASTE THE DIF- FERENCE. I Evangelistic Services The totiic for to.iiKht at the evan-j golistic services heiny; conducted hy j Evangelist Rarton in i church, will be do yon live.' I Death of Travers Lady i death occurred at Travers on I Xov.. Ilith of Blanche Keen Sawdon. wife of }lr. Russell Sawdon. Sawdou leaves two small chil- [dren to mourn her The funeral win he held tomorrow at Travers. i Manager Woolworth's .Mr. will mam re i worth's store here, has arrived in 'the i'eity from Calgary, where lie has been j collected with the comnany for five i years. He states that the store will j i open about Dec. i. Turin Docs Well A concert and basket social was held in the Turin school house on Satur- j day evening. November 4th in aid of j I lie Red Cross fund. The sum oOSO1 i was realix.ed. B. B. Spencer, actel as i chairman and auctioneer. Praise is I due Mrs. Gibson. Mrs. Hall, Miss Man- sen and Mr. John Van Urocklfn for their untiring efforts in arranging such an excellent program. Minneapolis May ____ Chicago WHERE TO GO FOE Roofing, Tinsmithing, Furnaces, Gas and Steam Fitting, Plumbing HICK-SEHL PHONE 762; I LOCAL MARKETS Gram Livestock Prices Track prices WSC V.hcat Wheat Oats 56'-, Oats Havlev 5li% Barley IFIax 235', Flax LIVESTOCK rr.lC Choice steers, 5% to CV 1 54 to frli. iioss, 151) to 200 Ibs., Choice hifiins ewes. 7c. SO'.b 222 MAYORALTY BATTLE AT MEDICINE HAT ANNOUNCEMENTS a mtantity purl'vcncerins; tliousaud i The Children's Shelter js greatly In j and goi e r need of small children's clothing. iicdicine Hal. Alta., Nov. 16 if galvnnlzcd iron, cornish cine Hat has wosoect..... windows, doors; and f.' food lumber. See out and iooli it ih Hoys' clothing especially. Contractors should look i Collieries. It will lie sold in narts as II salvage'or iii block at Stirling Auc- aOo. lion rooms, K. I'. Ulilg., this city, next bell 1 Tuesday. A new heating plant: 11203. DeVeber, Campbell. Itoy and have moved Into their offices I Bank Bldg. office three candidates Ing in the Cruik- shaiik. Alderman W. Hamilton and William Rutherford, president of the hoard of trade. To 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 photographic accessories in the wect. Plate: Alt sizes up to 5x7. Mounts: All sizes up to 5x7. Portrait Attachments. Light Filters Eastman Timers. Eastman Thermometers. Ferrotype Plates. Csbla Rsleasss Film Pack Adapters Autographic BECKS. All the papers in various- grades in dozens, half 'gross, gross and 503 packages. This ap- plies to post cards as well. Wo do developing, printing anc! ship cannot to surpassad. J. D. Higinbolham Co. Limited "Alberta' Wholesale -ctail c'nemisti TELEPHONE NO. 322 Need More Members There was an anirtiaterf discussion on a number of matters of vital inter- est to this city and district at a well a tt en tied meeting of tho Board of Trade at the regular weekly luncheon at the Chinook club Thursday. The i membership of the Board of Trade is not fh an encouraging condition as the report showed. Notwithstand- ing the many appeals for finan- cial assistance from so many sources ,it is felt by those acquainted with the Board of Trade is doing that, ,the work is of yroat..Importance and! Imost necessary to the progress and! j development of the district. Presi- dent Marnoch gives .iinstintingly off ihls time and should be supported to ihc small extent of a membership. When a man hands his fee to the rotary he is making a splendid in-1 vestment for his own interests. HEATING STOVES PRICES WILL ADVANCE IN THIRTY DAYS MAKE YOUR PURCHASE NOW Special Oak Heaters WITH DEEP ASHPIT AND MICA OPENINQ Hayr Hardware Co. Phone 575 P. O. Box 275 MUBE FOR IFOR the Victoria Man-; Uions. One furnished housekeeping; Iriat ground floor; also furnished bed-! i rooms with bath. Apply 'Mansions: office Third Avenue South, phone i ran. 287-o i This Means Southing To YOU, Ladies and Gentlemen! Cheap Kent, Cheap Fixtures, No Bad Debts. Tile North Meat Market 242'THIRTEENTH ST. N. W. DEMERS, PROP. i men. Apply Stage; j floor Majestic Theatre. Monday morn-j ilns. 9 o'clock. Nov. 20th. 287-0 ___ j womi'ii. Apply stage Majestic Theatre. Monday morn- I in, !P o'clock, .November 20th For Red Cross Tlir; lion, treasurer. A. Colds Cause Headache and Grip. re- i LAXATIVE BRO-MO QUIN1NK the cause There is only E. W. CrROVE'S signature is on box. l.urm- bcgH lo r.c'niiowlcdKf' receipt of foUou-iiiK donations to the fluids of the Red SoL'iety, Kiyhty dollars from the Turin .Box Social, and forty-seven dollars and forty cents from the Ladles' Aid Society of Coal- hiirst. sinSt W. P. Hoy, stage manager. Majeslic Theatre.. Monday morning, 8.30 o'clock November 20th. 287-11 BSRTH Mr. and Mrs. B. SG-t 7lb Street South, on October lillh. a daughter. Mason Risch Limited Balmoral Block Lethbridge Victrolas, Victor Records, Viol- ins, Accordeons Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise. Mail Orders Givsn Careful Attention. Announcement An invitation Is extended to .the. Indies of Lethbridge to patronize the lieheknh bazaar held in Furniture Co.'a old stand, Saturday, Xov 18th, from to TO p.m. There will be a great variety of crochet SHAMPOOING AND HAIR MAS3AGINO AND MANICUR- ING" HAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS CHILDREN'S HAIR BOBBING The Women's Comfort Booms Room 1. Hull Block: Phone 1710 work fancy work and plain sewing. There will-bo a candy-and homo cook- Ing' booth. Tea and Ice cream will be-' seVve'd in.the tea-room. Ten pel- cent o! the.prbceeils will bo given to the KeTCroas fuuil, Iho rest to Oddofellown' Orphans home in Alber- ta. FORGET The Boys Tomorrow J. iJelson Co.