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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL HOTEL WINDOR Best a Day, Hotel in Alberta COMFORTABLE B.C. Apples of Exceptionally Fine Quality Wt- ins! unloaded two cars we wi-lved last weoU and m-tainly Km- stock. For a short turn- wo air maUiiis a very on them. No 1 JONATHANS. These are the very fines'. fW prc..nt u.c. J19Q Price per case We also have a fine lot of other varitu-s, Waters. Roman Beauty. Wincsaps. Winter Banana. UNWRAPPED 'JONATHANS. These are ically a good No. 2. but asMhey arc not wrapped the Government says they must be graded No. 3. Price per case TO LAY .N A GOOD WINTER SUPPLY NOW WHILE PRICES ARE LOW. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES SNOW WHITE CHOCOLATES THE ALLIN NEAT DALLAS HO l El-. _ Help You With Your Fall Cleaning! l! We have some flunkey Brand Soap which we i will sell cake. PROBABLY YOU HAVE USED IT: IT CLEANS EVERYTHING E) BUT CLOTHES. hichcr'for December, wilh May opening at 115 and unchanged. 'Flnx was .Inwn 4Uc for November. -Y for IVM-ciber ami tor .May. Mm-. wheat closed V fllr Ita-cmber ami May. and -ic better lor "riiere v.-i> a fair trade toiloy. but not so hie as ou Monday. The crowd jonch! in the- morning, expecting gov- i cmmem sinn'ori. which did not incur unless it was v.Tl! under cover 'Tlic trade was mostly scalping and Dreading. Flax again preMiusd a being very strong L morning and breaking exceptionally Bsifvt M rto-ff under Monday. It is a ia market in fins. Cash wheat b'wW better. One car sold at 1 N'ortlicrn was over. Low "ratios were also better. Oats were frir barley jtrons with flax fi'-ir. WINNIPEG CASH PRICES :Xo. 1 Nor... 201 No. Cs 'CON'-EVERY SACK ..0.130! TICKNER CO. 204 Thirteenth St. -S. Mil Phone 36-5 Most Can't Come To our .h.p every day. It's too far We not depend on getting the very choicest meats Feed M No. C T. VC.. 65VS [T'Extra 1 tl i 1 Feed 03% i iNo. No. i Rejected and Feed ,.....i x. w. r......... 2 c. w........... FUTURES Winnipeg I Xov....... No. 3 C. W.. 114 2 Feed GJ Will give to your Xmas greet- ings s personality, distinction and individually, impossible to secure with the ordinary cards. Let us shov. the samples. Your greeting anr. your name and address ivili be engraved on each card. ORDER NOW TO HAVE THEM IN LOTS OF TIME. T'ne led Cross Drag Book Co., Limited THE ALBERTA MEAT MARKET 492 OLDEST ESTABLISHED MEAT MARKET IN THE CITY W HOPKINS. AVENUE NOR H. Pic. Adams, of l lie Mill liattalion. 8 j Overseas Hallway Construction I'orns. ij' is in the city at present recruiting for this unit. a i This popular battalion is now ucar- tl'iy up to strength and will be moving pliis scon as the required number of: ij' mnn ere obtained. i hi This battalion is being formed for j "'railway construction work behind the! lines iii France and appeals to a great ninny younK men who are ntixIotiB to I their hit for the F.mpire in the manner they are most lined for. The of men mostly required are men who have bad some experience on railwav construction work, and there are still some good openings for trackmen. Lrklfiemen. carpenters, i teamsters and any others in any way i connected witii railway construction. 3iTh? physical requirements are the SU-aiiie as for the Canadian engineers Eland other infantry battalions. this may lie your last opportu- I'nii'y to go overseas with a railway 3' coiistruction corps we would advise "'v.iv ypunr men who are thinking of 8'enlisting'to call at the recruiting I! oilice of this battalion and get full par- "rile last draft will leave Lcthbridge 8' for Windsor, N. S.. where this bat- j g' ir-lion is mc.boli''.ing. at. the end of this S i niontli. and any man who wishes to go j iwitli this outfit should visit thejooal recrnitins office at 112 uiil Stroo, 1 Soutli and sive ill hit' name us early WE USE THE VERY BEST FLOUR IN MAKING QUAKER BREAD AND OUR AIM IN BAKING IT IS TO BRING OUT TO THE FULLEST EXTENT POSSIBLE THE NATURAL. SWEET WHOLESOME FLAV- OR OF THE WHEAT. THAT IS THE RF-ASON OF THE NUTTY FLAVOR OF QUAKER BREAD. ISflV-i IS-Pa is possible. TALK DRY WAVE IN KENTUCKYj I.ouisviile. Ky.. Nov. in Kentucky, where the yearly pro.duc- j lion of whisky exceeds gal-j lo-s will i'-e called to decide J Our shipment of 1 etl. it UK? object of an organization formed here is attained. Ynnutmceinent was made today that thv- movement been launched by :i number of 'Arsons, including members nf the bar and business men. to Winnipeg, Chicago and Minneapolis Montreal Continuous Market Quotations on AH Gi-aius- Highest prices obtained lor gram in anj Coiitrart Grain Bought or Sold for fash. on LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices LIVESTOCK PSICF.S n-.olco steers, 5% to fiVi: lat cows to Select boss, 150 to 200 Ibs., Choice, killing ewes, 7c. BAIRD BOTTERELL PHONE 1593 MANAGER 616 UETHBFilDGE UNION BANK BUILDING NT' MOOSE OREGON MAN IS FATHER OF 24. Xewporl. Ore.. Nov. The ty-rourtl-, child born to .1. W. Flowers, j o iilonocr resident of Newport. ed nor.nds at its birth loaay. All ol Mr Klowerf' ebiiiiren are in excelieut i health The nrcsenl .Mrs. Flowers his third wife, the two ones having died. (WANT AUS TOO LATE i CLASSIFICATION i -iifii j'inklmm's Compound of whit-li vhoi'o lias iieeii n in for the'past months, arrived to- thiy. liiko lliis means of tin1 viii'- ioiis cusioiiicrs nnalilc to supjil y. J. D. Higinbotham Co. Limited "Alberta's Piancer Drurigiste." The ____ Wholesale ar.d retail cccmistg TELEPHONE NO. 322 DansltU'rs of the Em- pire and Kert (Voss Sale at Hmlson's Bay ToHMtri'ovv. idTY 4ND DISTRICT I J Manager at Travers C Si John of Lajorcl, is the I manager of'the new branch of the! Standard Bank at Travers, Alto, j Rally at Nobleford I I) II Klton and .las. Mc.N'anghion. MI. address a patriotic in" i't Voblel'ord on Thursdav. Den. I Miss Simm of Lethbriclge will j sing. 9ft. x 101-2 ft. 9 ft. x 12 ft. 3 ft. x ft. 6ft. x 9 ft. MAKE YOUR SELECTION AT ONCE IN ORDER TO PREVENT DELAY. Phone 575 P.O. Box 275 ANNOUNCEMENT i FARMS FOR SALE acres. Kim; half section. -Ill milr- lironi Lelhbriusc. 2'A miles from' Pun'r Springs station. Snap price for i shotilfi. looK inci un ini'ii-ii'-ale for particulars see K. II. Uoyal View llntul biiililim: at Koyal Hotel. Luthbilrtgu.! '-oilicrlca. It will he sold in parts as 230-iiUnlvase or in Mock at SlirliiiK A.UC- Trades-Council I The regular ineetins ot the Trades 'and l.ahor Council will he held on! i Wednesday evening in the l.ahor hall !a1 S.Sli. c. P. R. Moving Offices Work was started today by the C.j F H. telegraph department to make; I ready for the opening of their down-; oilice In the Sinnot block, Stll j South. Inspector Goodfellowi i arrived this morning and a gang of] imen was put to work stringing cable jtq the new office, which will likely lie; IreVdy for occupation about the 7th ol. j next month. i Evangelistic Services Evan-elist Barton spoke last night n Westminster church to n splendid from the words of Paul, "tor- getting the things that are behind, and forward to the things that areTcTore." He said: The truly great I f man is the man who can forget. Wot are all a part of what has been, and can never really our debt to the past Paul wished to forget every- 'IK in his past, that might interfere with his spiritual progress. In the .hcatrlcal world we hour or "has fare Milk and_Cream If purity and cleanliness mean anything to you "V aml eroam wi" plMM IL HtLtC if takes away sat'R and clean. WE DELIVER TO ALL PARTS "OF THE C.I I Y. Limited rooms. K- I'. next t i" -i, (....i iil'int FOK uiiin- i" -.....i....... .Press in "ood working order.- Jinu.fm Tuesday. A will trado for live stock. S. I'aw-ion Coaidalc. phone 1! 704. 29il-i; and vcntmr 1 Limited Salmoral Block Lcthbridgs good ordrr .'or sale, just like now. jjj> FOR EDISON GRAMOPHONE AND RECORDS I'ractically new. SHAMPOOING AND HAIR .DRESSING MAESAOINQ AND MANICUR- ING SVCriK OF ALL KINDS CHILDREN'S HAIR' BOBBING The Women's Conil'oi't man th.-atrlcal world we ncai ui no-' arc many "has henna" church who arc trying 10 live, siiiritual brraitl llftoon years old. Tiiey oncu active i'or God but l an- now mouldy Ail cohwobhed. Tlio] i nrcsonl. should not bo wasted moanins a forgiven and dracrtcd lias" ANNOUNCEMENT St "Mary's W. A. annual Bazaar, suunor ami concert I.-, will ho held on Thursday. No- vcmhcr S3nl, In IHii'smairs A hall 13th Street >Sortll.- The Bazaar opens at 3 P.m.. sun- ror fror.) 0.3'J t" S; concert at (i'-id I'lve per cent, of tho !.v nrocccd's goes toward the K. 1'risoncrs of War Fund. mlMKiii tin B" and draertcil nasi; T-ather cull espcrienccs from the ivil! hcli) your own future and havc'iiu.-vcd into their others. There is no market for, I'.idL'. iiSioTK' i u'H.I If vou linow of a person cc iiliont' i wi'iil oata If you linow of a person I ur. is living a new life, never tell Dr. OvaKK of stained past. lioost linn HlO AlllKl >ver the lioyal Hank 1'id XiiiOn. Residence nhonet: 1'iiiS' 'Ih' I'OV i" ill j....... to reach I.eiBhts.. in the Alpsj "v'-s 'l Hoviiton anil lln-.. W. P. is a monument to the mpiftory of a .1. j. 111.-, S. He died din it arc tho words. "Me died UK. This is a splnntlid motto Demons." Sons service at welcome for all The Toy S Toys, Dolls, Dolls' Carnages, Velocipedes, Picture Books, etc. Our stock'is now complete. Make your now. We will reserve until Xmas. Robertson's Book Store FIFTH ST. S., 'PHONE 1265 OLD BENTLEY BLOCK ;