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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta DALLAS TELEPKONE 1312 CC.MFOHTA6LD LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR EUROPEAN PLAN FROM WO A.M. TO MO P.M. Patriotism and Profit make Vic'.cry Bonds the most im- portant and attractive investment ever orYcrsJ to Canadians. It takes ro ney io keep ear at the front. That is why a Victory Bond is a patriotic investment. The Bond carries inierfjt. Thit !s why it is i profitable Investment. Every CJ.-adian should put his spire cash into Victory ilien borrow. frwii lit: banks and keep on buying SPACE DONATED TO -VICTORY LOAN COMMITTEE BY THE TAYLOR MILLING CO. OUR 'WEEK-END SPECIALS-STOCK UP NOW Many lines will soon be higher in price FRESH FRUIT APPLES. Ex'.ra fins B. C. Wlr.ttr stork. Per cju ..............f........ SMS up to APPLES. Mova Scotia, Blnnhtlms and Ribsloni, In barrels, nearly M psr tarrdl S'W, S'.'S NO. 2 BLENHEIMS AND RIBSTONS, 5 Its. for PEARS. Wlr.tfr Ntllls, tin: (or tabli use, per We PEARS. Winter Nellis, ptr EMPEROR GRAPES, per CRANBERRIES. Selt quality, larji size, Ib. 25c SPECIAL, ON PBUNES, A9I6 pacX. Quality as ,13 in; new pick, but price Is Itss. Size JO-CO, 10 Ib. box. each......11.55 Sizt 7OSft 10 !b. box. Special, each......S1.50 fO-70, 25 Ib. Special, 4O-50, 2S box. Special, each......53.76 I VEGETABLES POTATOES. Coed dry mealy tlocV, per cwt. 12.00 These are value. Our price- will be nlgher next week. ONIONS. Good B. C. winter stock, t for 25c CABBAGE, per Ib. CARROTS, 7 lbi.hr..............'.........25c Ibs. fjr...........................26c TURNIf'S, 10 for 25e PARSNIPS, 5 Ibl. for 2Sc FRESH LETTUCE AND CUCUMBERS. NEW TABLE FIGS, Cillmyriu, axlra Per Ib. 355 1 Ib. medfum size, per" packet 30c NEW DATES, Dromedary. 2 packet! for.....35e DATES, Excelilor, ftr picket.........15c PURITV In round ReguUr each Sptclsl 2 iutw (or..................... SIAM RICE. Good quality. Special 3 Ibj. for 26c CALIFOflNIA BAYO BEANS, imall tlie, 3 25c BUY VICTORY BONDS NOW, THE TIME WILL SOON BEOVER TO GET THEM. HIGH-CLASS GROCERS THE GOOD ONE 525 Anne of Avonlea BY L. M. MONTGOMERY Tnls Is just OLe of tne many popular books we can now supply. At, 0 C ODC The Kenny AIHn Co., Ltd. DRUGGISTS AND STATIONERS Next Dallas Hotel Phone 1W7 We srt In the market new, a I way tcr llALED HAY AND POTATOES. Let us know when you vwlll rtidy to ihlp. 'FARM PRODUCTS, LIMITED We are Amply Equipped J Io dn tin and sheet metel wrrt of aJ] klRds'. We hive every ap- for making and shaping aboet metals for sny purpose re- quired. We shall bo glad to es- timate on sheet moUl prop- tuition, eni although our motto Is "How good ratisr liar, how cheap" ybii'll fled oW figure.? compete with tie lowest. Sheet Metal Co. I STAFFORD BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA TVInuipeg, Nov. 22. -r- There ivas much belter feelinj. exhibited on the ma.'ket'at Ihe newa received from the British o-jUiorlllcs that, they Tvlli ac- cept all Canadian wheat for the bal- ance of tie season bihk' price basis ot 52.21. Eastern millers and tHp Elport com- pany Tvere on the cash wheat marteL Eastern millers and the com- pany were on Ihe cash' wheat market. rCash for oJtsn-as Jalr. Olferiiigs were Ifeht. Demand lor cash harloy .Was un- changed with firmer. Cash, flax situation vfc's unchanEed, both demand and olterlnES light. Winnipeg oat futures closed Sc higher, for November, unchanged for December and >jc higher for May. BJrley closed Up hlEherJor A'oveni- ber and unchanged for ilay. "Flax closed 2c down for November; 2c dovu for December and ISc lower for Jlzy. Winnipeg Market Open Close Nov. ,75K :7B Dec............. 731-1 1514 -.15% Nov. May -123 I NOT-'.........' 311 310 iDec. ,.t 292% Slap............ 23J 252 Cash Prices Oats- No. 2 C. W. 75 H 3 C. W: T2 Eatra Xo. 1 Feed.............. 72H No. 1 69 No. 2 Peed ..6611 1 iJV'o. S No. 1 Rejected and Feed r No. 1 8 C. W. 3D7 No. 3 C.-W.' 25C" Chicago, Nov. corn', No. 2 yellow and No. Z yellow nominal; "No. t yellow :i-- Oals, No. 3 white 69K (o 70S, Calgary LIvMtoek, Calgary, Nov. steers sold Ihfs morning which Is Mthln 75c ol toe thsse yarrtf, Ths market toppers were heavy cattle, '..well finished, weighing around 1500 pouoda. AdoUier sale was made al J10.W froii Out down to and J8.50 tdr' Killers. C'oirs are iteadr ud dcraand. but they look Btrongir for (ie end. No sheep orieml'bttt they are quoted firm' 'New Yo'rlc' V'ork, Nov. o.p.n. 131 H; r> s. Bieel a a Steel prelorred V'- CoWi Ciute Wbrlp I.AXATIVK 'UROMO re- jmovea the cauac. Unlr. Ope j'Bromo Quinine." tlr- nr.ture U on boi. f---' ANNOUNCEMENTSv> .Mlj3 Atlrce'i clastw In ductai ire oclnf as I Have you bought your I'' Bonds? Attractive Burnt Leather Goods FOR XMAS GIFTS Our tall Ehipmcal ol burnt leather hns.just arrived and It- conlalns many uselul, ultractlvo and novel articles, zs foUOTvlng: Writing Tablet in Liathtr Citt Writing Folio S1-00 to M.OO 'Glove Casts .S1.50 Handkerchief ____ .11.26 Cuihlon Covtrs (fulj size) J5.60- Necklle Holdefj.'75c, Jl.OO, and J1i3 PIpe.Rackt, Hand Bags .1 -Snap Shot Albums, 35c to 54.00 Poll Card Albli'm, 11.00 52.00 Whisk and LVitner Holder, 65o and. .-75: Tobacco RoucKej; and J1.75 TOBACCO. POUCH 60c WAKE 'YOUR SELECTION EAhLY- Tke led Dne Co., Lkiki For the irfimediate re- lief of Chapped Hands, Sore :Frost Bites, Roughness. of the Skin and for, sores, generally'. Unequalled for use after ahav- This elegant. preparation hai no equal for softening' the fkln. and beautifying ,the-complexion. 25c, SCc and J. D. and Rifalt ChemllU. TELEPHONE No. _ f- t 4 4 TO THE'CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND SUBSCRIBERS Those subscribers whole contributions have not yet been fully paid up aro requested to (kindly give tills mailer their Immediate by making payment of the same to tlio treasurer, before Ihe 30th ot November. The books o! tho local branch will uo closed for He currcnl year on lliat dale, for Ihe purpose ol publishing .a list oE subscribers for the" year. Information aa to tlie amounts still outstanding can be-obtained by phoning 1619, or by calling El the office o! the fund, Acadia building, 3rd .Avenue South. A. M. GRACE, -President. Help the Nation by Buying It more thtn a for you to buy Victory ftondt. On t hi" woe CM of the contin- uance of Canadian Industrial prowperfty. vQnptt Brltitn Canadian farm product and Cifuda needt British cuttomvrc for them. Great Britain cannot pay cath. Canadian good; mutt to her on credit, that It obvloui to how the prosperity of tha two countries Inter- locked, and nced'for everyone io txiccen of grtit financial undertaking. REMEMBER: You don't merely lend to your country arid are. 'well paid for it........ 8PACE, DONATED BY The ELLISON MILLING CO, v 't ory-acetylone welding process Into Hie clly.: The 'deceased, born Mtmilo E. Smith, was He'daughter of tho late John ShilUi, and previous to] her going to Wcalcrn Canada, where' she was married to Mr. Walker, and bad lived for ihs eight Lad made her liouie In East S'hor-j brooko. Mrs.'Walker came cast about' three months ago, and although suf- fering from n-disease of the-throat! 1 during that time, was onlr confined to her bed two weeks.- Besides the above- (mcnlionoil relatives, the deceased, leaves twq'alsters, Mrs. C. M. Cooper and Mrs. J. Lr. Collins, of Calgary, ivlio In Ipivu SunaBy evening, but too late to, ba present, at -the luueral services. Sho jeafes several cou-slria and a largo clrcJo of friends, In Shcrbrpoke and .Calgaryi to inourn acrslos9, sympathize with her lu JSelr. bereavcmenl. had an interest In Ibem ivllh his fn- llier. v Mr. Jr.. has voluntarily 'enllst- cil In the" Royal Mylug Corps sod U uu.Ills .lnalncss -affairs pre- paratory to leaving for training mirs In Toronlo anJ Texas. Messrs. Olilcsplo and Statfcn In- tend to offer the cattle for sale to farmers and slock growers. The former owners are well taown as being among the nlosL. prominent and successful ranchers In Ihe.yesi and Ihcir herd ono of tho llncsi iii Iho country. CITY AND DISTRICT Strgt.-Maj6r Hom v 20ih returned :ome Ihls'-a'rtcrnoon.' C. O.'F. Meeting The regular nieellng of the Canadian Order Foresters .will- be held In lug K. of P. ball tonight Please altud. Libor-Farmer Meeting A niQES meeting of union' men and farmer's and all opposed to Bordenlsm held In the Labor hall al.B o'clock Friday the 23rd. J Had Son Here Joan Knight, mayor of Bruce Chit., who dropped dead the oihor day, wafi father of J. B, Knight, ol Geu. Kerr Co. here. Me. Knight IB now on his way east to Bruce Mines. Qordon Spencer Gained Friends In the city have learned Uiat .Gordon Spencer, who wen! across witli Lelhbridge'a second battery unit, has been gri-sed In the recent fighting. He was formerly an operator la (he C.P.n telegraph -service here.. If ita an or a suit Messrs.. J.-A.'jdillesple and J. ,11, SlaKcn hate ,bought Mic-catllc on tlie liome ranch .or-Mr. Walter Hos3. Tse.gale ot.LUIa-excepUonalljr hred'lot oC "cohalderabty. over a''tnoU3- and and irvhlch :JntlJde5; niiin- her of pure-lired registeerd ammala George1 ROSB; who It will1be a 'wonderful day For the 1918 OFFICE AND POCKET DIARIES CALENDAR PADS, OR PADS I -AND" STANDS Robertson's Book Store Office Slh St. S. PhotH 1265 Death of Mr.. Walker The death occurred recently In East ghertrooke ot Jlra. Jesse D. Walker, a former resident of-Lett bridge. Mr. Walker 733 at one time connected will the LelhDrldge IJrlck and Terra Colta Co., and later Introduced the If you are In saying Saturday. _ JOHN MURRAY DRAYING OF ALL KINDS COAL ORDERS PHONE THE THE AMBEROLA Full ringe of" Inrtrumtnti ind record! alwayl ktpt In itocfc. Com: In >nd heir theit Initru- -menti, Music Co., HININ6, .Znii'A IrW nii'Avei'i. 'and Y 'SUPPLIZS 6. -ANDERSON FARM IMPLEMENTS CANQ lULKIM ATTACK- r-> CULTIVATORS j A dance will nett'ln Bdirilnirln'aj attending, Wtrt trU. I i Jl o" IfoV. Wfcdng to 2. Good auk. lns 31S Mh Stfert Phone 1 Rem'ernber ihe Addreti, COAL FOR SALE By Carleid DOWSLEY AQENCY HAY WAfiTEl) Adrfee'anallty iw- Ford Engines REBORED AND REAMED AND FITTED WITH OVERSIZE WE SATISFACTION. ,NiyEN 'BROS. Flrtt t A Splendid Menu for Tornprrow and Saturday Chickew, 'J Lucb. Phone 452 MEAT CO. Opposite Dkllu Hol.e. AIM "Everything for the Office GOODS ARE ARRIVING -'CAR LOAp'ciF OFFICE FURNITURE ON THE WAY HERE. SOLD AND REPAIRED.. Everall FIFTH STREET S. Franks P'hONI-1107 ARMANDS '.Of lie lladMn'i' tpd Ednoaloe UBI ;plTV AND FARM, MOHTOAOE9 Macbeth v' Everything in'Aluminum Ware MidH QUALITY AMD YOUR REACH. OUR WIND- Vdb INVEST YOUR SAVIWJS IN VICTORY A LOAM TO THE POMINION OF CAHA.DA AT A FAIR pA'tE OF INTEREST; SURIUY YOU ARE THE SECURITV, WHYrHESITATE, CONSUMERS'HARDWARE CO. ;