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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WINDSOR Best a in Alberta It B.C. Apples o! Exceptionally Fine Quality Wo have just uiiloadt-d two cars m-Mvwl last wiu-U and they -arc -stock. a short time we arc iiiakmB a very low price on them. No. 1 JONATHANS. Tl for present use. Price'per case We also have a fine lot. of other varities. Reman Beauty, Winesaps, Winter Banana. Yellow Newtons, Etc. UNWRAPPED JONATHANS. These are really good No. 2, but as they are not wrapped the Government says they must be graded Itwv n No. 3. Price per case ..........V- PAY LAY IN A GOOD WINTER SUPPLY NOW WHILE PRICES ARE LOW. OFFICE HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES STORE PHONE 525 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 NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE We Can Help You With Your Fall Cleaning! We have some Monkey Braii'i Ktmp which we will soil for -H- PROBABLY YOU HAVE USED IT; IT CLEANS EVERYTHING BUT CLOTHES. TICKNER CO. S. (Opposite Ellison Mills) Winniiicg. Nov. the session I grew oilier wheat gathered istreiisth and the reaction at the tioin was very small. December wheat sold at SI 90. the high point of the day only about five cents under the i high point of the season. The buying (icacral. The country selling did not" appear in the same volume as on am, was easily' absorbed I Much of the buying wai credited to I the Government interests but it was i done under cover, largely through the 'commission house anil could not be traced Orders came in from New York Tins added to the short cover- ____! constituted a very strong '------i market The moat remarkable gam ilu-.-ins the day was the IS to Wic in lla'x "The coimtry liquidation v.-hich B! appeared during the last week had j weakened that grain end with buying orders coming in instead ot selling orders, the crushers buying and the speculative element helping prices iweiu up- for a record advance. The 'Diilnth market was strong and helped 110 boost the local prices? In the cash -market there was a little better de- I maud for the top grades. Some buy- i i in- appeared for the account of the i' Pastern millers. Xo. 1 Northern sold 'at 2Hc over November. Barley r.rm. Flax indifferent. WINNIPEG WHEAT FUTURES Greeting Cards CITY AND DISTFTCT Masonic Notice North Lodge No. 4, A. F. .t A. M. emeraont meeting tonight at eight o'clock. First degree. Visiting breth- ren cordially invited. Will give to your Xmas greet- ings a personality, distinction and individually, impossible to secure with the ordinary cards. Let us show you the samples. Your greeting and address wi on each card. nti your name be engraved ORDER NOW TO HAVE THcM IN LOTS OF TIME. The led Cross Drag Beok Co., Limited PHONE Most People Can't Come choicest meats always. _ "rSTALBERTA MEAT MARKET PHONE 492 THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED MEAT MARKET IN THE CITY W. HOPKINS. Prap.NlNTH AVENUE NORTH. Dec. I -May July MINNEAPOLIS CHICAGO 17 Dec May-........-..- WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat: NO 1 Nor...20U'.i., Xo. :i Nor...185% I No. 1 Nor.. Oats: No. f'. .6il'.j Extra 1 Feed No. 1 Feed Xo. 2 Feed Barley: No. Xo, Rejected and Feed Flsx: No. 1 X. C. W....... No. i C. W.......... No 2 Nor...l9r. Xo. Nor... 173% Feed ....IDS No. Evangelistic Services Evangelist Barton delivered three addresses at Westminster church yes- terday. In the morning he spoke on "The Other Man's Load." In the af- ternoon he addressed a large gather- ing ot men on the subject "The Man For the Hour." Mr. Kilncr sang' a solo, and the services were most in- teresting. In the evening the topic of address was "Bullets Won't Kill." This evening .Mr. Barton speaks on "How to Forget." Turns Over Grounds On Saturday Major Date and Com- missioner Grace visited the abandon- ed detention camn at the Henderson Park Fair Grounds and the Major of- ficially turned over-the grounds buildings to the city, Commissioner Grace reported the fact ill this ing's session of the city council, stat- ing that the buildings were left In fairly good shape, although there have j been many interior changes necessary I for th6 camp. For Patriotic Fund Manager Georse 10. Fleming has of. fcred the Starlaml Theatre to the Pa- triotic Fund for Wednesday afternoon and evening of this week. The offer has been accepted and tile Patriotic i I Fund Committee are endeavoring to i arrange a number of local nunibers.on the bill .Mr. Fleming and Miss Simm will sing, and there will be other num- bers throughout the program, inter- spersed with tliej-egtllar moving pic- Hire films. JOHN tlllORf S 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. PRIVATE WIRE to Winnipeg, Chicago and Minneapolis Montreal Continuous Market Quotations on All Grains. Highest prices obtained for grain in any position. Future Contract Grain Bought or Sold for Cash or on Margins. LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Track Wheat Oats Barley Flsx Wheat Oats Barley Flax Compou Our shipment of Compound ol' which then1 lui? been a shortage in the. west for the yast two months, arrived to- day. lake this, nieaiist of notifying Ihe var- ious customers- we unalile to supply. J. B. Higinbotbam Co. "Alberta's Pioneer On-.tiplstt." Wholesale an.'l retail cbsmisli TELEPHONE NO. 322 Instal Leased Wire Mam! and Botterell. grain i-oinnlis-] sion merchants, have installed a pri-1 vate wire in their office here, Union Bank Building. The wire was-opened lor the first time this morning, and all grain received as they I were marked in the pit of the Win- 'nines Exchange. Manager Reesor .states that there are seven offices of ''the company on this wire between Ed- imonton ami Winnipeg-. It is the first i leased Wire to be installed in a local grain office. NEW DAYTON NEWS (Fi-om 'Mr Own Ccin-c-sporid.-'ltl i Xcw Dayton, Nov. Johnson land Charlie Reynolds have moved 011- jio a farm near Ervine, which they rented a few weeks ago. G. C. McDonald has bought a sec- tion ot Mr. Harvey's land for the .Miami Farming Co. J Cook from Mt. Caramel, Ind., was visi'ting with L. Morriciil this Mr. Di-von is selling oats for 55.01) j per load. i Harley Harrison made a trip to ILethbriclge a few (lays ago. CLAIM BRITISH DEFEAT Berlin, via Sayville. Nov. tacks were made by tile British Sun-, day on the jfoinme front, between; Sere and Bcaucolirt, and south of Mir-; aumont. The war office announces that these assaults failed Art Rugs 9ft. x 101-2 ft. i 9 ft. x 12 ft Utility Rugs 3 ft. x 6 ft. 6ft. x 9ft. MAKE YOUR SELECTION AT ONCE IN ORDER TO PREVENT DELAY. Hayr Hardware Co. Phone 575 P.O. Box 275 Pure Milk and Cream LIVESTOCK PSICES Choice steers, 5% to r.'.i: fat co G-i to Select bogs. 15C to 200 Ibs., 9'.i. Choice killing ev.-es, Vc. BAIRD BOTTERELL ______ occinswr.F 1S62 PHONE 1593 MANAGER 616 UNION BANK 3UILDII-JG ARCHIE E. REESOH. MGR. RESIDENCE 1S62 LETHBRIDGE ATLAS ALL KINDS OF TRANSFER WORK. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Prompt and Efficient Service. Phone 1717 MRS. MARY McMASTER The death occurred on Saturday in I Calgary of Mrs. Jessie Mary llcMas-; ter, aged 28, beloved wife of'.I. E. Me- Master, u local employee of the C. P.' R. The remains were brought to de- ceased's home hero on the Saturday evening the funeral was field tiiis afternoon from Fetterly s undertaking paj'lors to St.. Cyprian's fhnrcli. where services were held. Rev Canon McMillon officiating. In- terment win made in St. Auguslin's i-uiac-twv. Deceased leaves a husband and two little children to mourn her. If purity and cleanliness mean anything to'-you our'milk and cream will please you and your family. If there is anv wav to bottle milk in a belter, more cUan" way we don't know about it. It is clarified i id na-teurlzed and all are sterilized. 1 his talics away all impurities am! makes it nbsolutely safe and clean. WE DELIVF.R-TO ALL PARTS' OF THE CITY. Crystal Dairy, PHONE 1576 5000 MINERS IN U. S. STRIKE FOR 'MORE Johnstown, Pa.. Nov. thou- sand minors are on strike today ill. the lower Clcarlleld district, because their demands for higher wages wcro .ANNOUNCEMENT Limited Salmoral Block .Lsthbridgc librn awl bom parents muai jjrs. v r sh )6r" Immediately the can- have moved Into, their offices Mate eHlsts he will be sent direct the Koyal Bank Bldg. onice phono ST. A S- Niobe at ,oj phones. Dr. then overseas. l.iaa, In sooa order for sale. just like. new. PrlsoiKirs of War Fund. SHAMPOOING AND HAIR DRESSING MASSAGING AND MANICUR- ING HAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS CHILDREN'S HAIR BOBBING The Women's Comfort Seam 1, Hull Block. Phone 1710 FOR GRAMOPHONE RECORDS Practically new. AND TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Trie LAXATIVE DROMO QUININE Tablets. Druggists refund money BIRTHS Sunday. November Geo. W. Parsons. .and W Hob.rt Jame, South Tho funeral will tako tomorrow Sn'canada, so cemntcry. a couts ;