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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta HOTEL DALLAS Cars Kxtra Fine B. C. Apia's Jnsl hi; NVill IU> for Salnnliiy. I NEW LINES JUST RECEIVED NEW SEEDED 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 NEXT DALLAS HOTCu PHONE "'37' OTHER RAISINS PIGS. NEW ARTICLES. DAY AS IT NO IE C. APPLES. EXTRA FINE JONATHANS. These are the very best variety for present use. It will pay you to lay in a supply of apples now Prices are sure to advance. Price, per case 51.90 UNWRAPPED JONATHANS. These are "ally No 1s and No. 2s. mixed but on account of .hem being unwrapped they have to be graded No. as. They ara extra good value. Price, per case MclNTOSH REDS. Economy crates. A IBW le.l. Per crate............................ Other varieties at most reasonable prices. PEANUT BUTTER. Made in Very fine. Per pound EMPEROR GRAPES. Per pound 20c JERSEY CRANBERRIES. All sound. Medium sire pounds for Large size, per pound FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT. First this season. Price each FRESH PORK SAUSAGE. 1 pound cartons. Per FRESH OYSTERS. Coast sealed. Solid meats. Quarts, each 30c 25c OLIVES, LJnc NOT ONTARIO OVER TWO WEEKS AGO, RIPE 01 IVES. Pint tins. We bought these very low" price. Per tin QUEEN OLIVES. In bulk. Per pint MINCE MEAT. Two pounds for 35c SEEDLESS RAISINS. 12 ounce pkts. Each... 15c 16 ounce packets. Each 20c BLEACHED SULTANAS. Two pounds for 45c SMYRNA SULTANAS. A new California product. Quality good. Per pound 20c FANCY SEEDED. 16 ounce packets. Each 15c FANCY SEEDED. 12 ounce packets. Two for 25c FILIATRA CURRANTS. Victoria Cress brand. 12 ounce packets. Per packet............ 20c VGSTIZZA CURHANTS. Nabob Brand. 16 ounce packets. Per packet...................... 25c FANCY LAYER FIGS. Per pound FANCY CALIFORNIA PULLED FIGS, Very firir. Per pound NEW SHELLED WALNUTS. Per pound BLUE LABcL CATSUP. A lot just in. Bottle AIRLINE HONEY. In combs and bottles. This is exceptionally fine quality. Our Week End Offering of Good Things HONEY. Section ORANGES Dozen. 30c, 35c and LEMONS. Lai'33 size Dozen APPLES. Rome Beautys ilians. Winesap, Wag- ners. Box TABLE FIGS Found 40c 40c Jona- ;i.90 ?5c T1CKNER CO. !04 Thirteenth St. S. (Opposite Ellison Mills) Also packets at Each DEL MONTE CATSUP Bottle............ PEAS, CORN BEANS Cans PEAMEAL BACON Pound DOMINION BACON Pound CREAMERY BUTTER Pound HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 525 Our Private I Winnipeg. Nov. Winnipeg wheat closed lower for November. down for December anil SKe decline 20c 15c 30c 35c 45c Phone 364 on May Oils dronned Hie for De- Icemuer and "ic for May. Barley was I Ic lower. Flax dropped 2c in N'ovem- ffiiber. i- in December iind in MADAM SELLING YOU ONE LOAF OF BREAD WILL NEV- ER KEEP OUR PLANT BUSY. OUR OBJECT IS TO MAKE QUAKER BREAD SO GOOD THAT YOU WILL ALWAYS WANT IT. ONCE. A CUSTOM- ER ALWAYS A CUSTOMER'IS OUR MOTTO. THAT MEANS OUR BREAD HAS GOT TO BE RIGHT. IT IS. Most People Can't Come would not stay with us if they could not depend on choicest meats always. the very Phone, Please 492 OLD ST ESTABLISHED MEAT MARKET IN THE CITY W. HOPKINS. Prcp.NINTH AVENUE NORTH. May. Minneapolis wheat dropped 3'i'c in December. 4'ic in Hay and 4 He in July. Wheat showed no re- liction at the close, with the prices around the low points of the day. Fi-om the opening of the market the heavy liquidation started and con- 'inue'd throughout the session without let-up. The selling was general but a verv" heavy movement came from the elevator companies. The country hedeinH throtieh these interests lid a ifirio do with the actual break. It the opinion of the trade that this wheat had been held without I hedge on the strong markets, and 'when the turn came there had been a rush to hedge: The country has been threshing fur some time now since the last snow and had ciuite a lot to sell. The outside speculative I interests was also caught ana the ['wheat began to appear In chunks. This encouraged short selling, for the bears had gained courage during the last week and they are not so affected to stay with the short side. The market has'gone from a. day to day affair in a big confident break. In the cash market there was a fair demand for wheat The top grades were much the same as on Friday while the lower .erodes were a little1 tetter. 'If Oatfl were in good demand, barley be- ing fair with nax indifferent. N WINNIPEG CASH'PRICES Will give to'your Xmas greet- ings a personality, distinction and individually, impossible to secure the ordinary cards. Let us show you the samples. Ycur greeting and your name and address will "62 engraved on each card. ORDER NOW TO HAVE THEM IN LOTS OF TIME. Tke Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited PHONE 655. Winnipeg, Nov. Kelly, convicted of false prc- lences in connection the !contract for -Hie par-liamunl :buildings, sentenced lo two land a half years in Hie periilert-j tiary by Judge Premlerf-asl lo- Ijilay! CITY AND DISTRICT For Belaian Relief i W. A. Buchanan. M.P.. acknowledges rile receipt of from A. J. Boss, for 1 the Belgian Relief Fund. i Supt. Animal Husbandry I K S. Archibald, superintendent of 'animal "husbandry for the Dominion dciianmen1 of agriculture, is in the i city today visiting the Experimental Farm. and 25c DIRECT PRIVATE WIRE to Chicago and Minneapolis Montreal Continuous Market Quotations on All Grains. Highest prices obtained for grain in any position. F iitui-e Contract Grain Bought w for Cash or on Margins. MEMBERS OF WINNIPEG EXCHANGE MINNEAPOUS' CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, CHICAGO BOARD Of TRADE. BAIRD BOTTERELL BRIDGE No. 1 Xo Xo. o Xor.. Xo. 5 N'orrherii Feed .Xo. 2 C. VS.. 87 Eura 1 Feed 1 Feed 63 Xo. 3 ......112 Rejected and Feed !Xo 1 X. W. C. Ixo. 2 C. W...... No. '2 N'or...lS7'i No. 4 Xor... 150 105 No C. W.. 63% 2 Feed 62 U Xo. 4 Winnipeg IXov.......... Dec.......... .May Dec......... Hay........ i -Flax--1 I Dec......... May Dec......... Lay Dec......... May FUTURES UNION BANK BUILDING ARCHIE E. REASOR, MGR. LETHBRIDGE .100 'M -24i; liiO 18274 1S4U. 180% 1811% 17S 18391 ams Compound LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices J. D. Higinboihara Co. "Alberlii's Pianccr Druggltlr." The Quiet at City Offices There was practically nothing doing I in any of the city offices this ail the. commissioners being absent in attendance at the funeral of ihc latej V. D- iievin. j Evangelistic Services j rlvangelist Barton speaks tomorrow in Westminster at 11 a.m. .on "Thel other man's at 4.15 he addresosj. a mass meeting of men. speaking on j" man in the home." aiid at j ''an "Bullets cannot kill." Song servrcu: 7.15. ________ I Major Date Leaves j .Major Date, who has been in charge of the netentinn Camp here for the! Sve months, leaves today lor 'KilU'iloii. where he will be connected i with the big camp there, where ouO Germans' are interned. S3 230 '.Va2on Prices Wheat......162 Oats 52Vj liarley SO'-i Flax .......222 "ANNOUNCEMENT LIVESTOCK rfllCi'.S stntzer maintaliia that it takes four-] GH lq f" cows Uccn oysters 1.0 contain as much IDC to 200 Ibs., ishraent as one and 223 to equal j hilling ewes, 7c. i-i pound of beef, says the New York j Medical Journal. And their cost is triple that of beef. UOU roullly. IV. j ______________j fill'ls, .i" Tnc'aday. A new J2.000 heating plant. WEIGHT' minister of the colonies, announced at a quantity of galvanized Iron, corni.li D RAWS 170 Tl M ES OW N WEIGHT in the colony Of and veneering; windows, doors-, and, By hanesamgatly lo tn> tmlio.ohinn Dresentol to France francs, for the purchase of on a< S ;8VJ j 3mooth iiurfeces. should lock over tin1 Koyal View Hotel building ai lloyal 'foilieries. It will bo sold in parts as salvage or in block at Stirling Auc............. lion rooms. K. P. Bldg., this city, next triple that of beef. Tncaday. A new J2.000 heating plant FRENCH COLONIES" GENEROUS P-iris Xov Doiimerge, Mason .Risc Limited Balmoral Block Lethbridge VictrplaD, Victor Records, Viol- ;ni, Acconieons Shoot Music and Musicsl Merchandise. Funeral T. D. Kevin The funeral of the late T. D. Kevin jtook place this morning to St. Pat- rick's church at 10.30. a large number 'of. deceased's friends. among the old timers, attending. Muss WHJ sung and the services conducted hvRev Father JlcCaffery. The pull -biarers were Mayor Hardie., Kenator iDcVeber, Iliigh Macbeth. F. D. Snaw. !Fir M V tialllvan and .1. D. lllgln- 'liotham. The remains wilr be sent ItonlKlit to Mr. Kevin's old home in S Lacrosse. WIs.. for interment. Concerning '1 In- management of the Majestic thf-nlre are asking all those who hold tickets for Monday's performance of "Kvcrywoman" to kindly gel lo the Iliealre as early :is posaiblo, and thus facilitate the. work of thu usliors in 'getting palrons properly setited be; 1'orn the performance commences. Owing to tho enormity (if the produc- tion, and tlio necessity of absolute 'tmiet durilii: the various nct.i. it will !not. he possible to stlit any late com- 'eri until utter the Ural, intermission. There lias been a great demand for ipdn'ts. but there slill remain some good scats for the evening perform, unco, ami a good nirmbcr for the mat- inee. Hayr Hardware Co. Phone 575 P.O.Box 275 This Means Something To YOU, Ladies and Gentlemen! Cheap Kent, Cheap Fixtures, No Bad 'Debtf. The North Meat Market 242 THIRTEENTH ST. N. W. DEMERS, Mail Orders Given Careful Attention. Eastern Ontario Liberals went on record in favor at equal pensions for of all raafcs. i ANNOUNCEMENT i DcVelior, Campiiell. Hoy and _______ It'ragg have moved into their oflices i Over tliu 'itoyol Bank Bldg. oflice plione AUgTION SALE TONIGHT At Wilson's-; Auction Hooins, 427 5th Ht, S.' Consisting Goods, Hmallwares, Boots Shoes, Tooncs, Chilrtrcn's Mitts and Gloves; Ladies' and Men's and Men's LeafherMitts. in the evening we will MH one gramophone and cornet; one child's sewina machine; one bust form. 36 and quantity of gents' sweaters. TERMS CASH. 1203. Kesiilence phones: Dr. Camp-1 135S; Dr. Il'jy 603; Dr. Crogg ;