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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta Pride of Alberta Oh You Taylor Mother's Favorite SN OW WHITE CHOCOLATES SOMETHING NEW A delirious wlilie ciiating on nm. Kurd ami ream gQ Per pounil................................. THE KENNY ALLIN CO, Ltd. Specials 1 QUALITY IS EXTRA wr- NOW AND SAVE _ WINTER. WE ADVISE A FIVE OR TEN BOX ASSORTED LOT. PURE WHITE CLOVER HONEY. From Ontario. The finest extracted. Pint sealers, each NO. 1 JONATHAN APPLES. The very best variety (or present use. For eating and cooking. Per case s1'30 UNWRAPPED JONATHANS. Graded No. 3. If they were wrapped they would, grade a good No. 2. Per case W- also have a full line of other Winter Roman Beautys. Wagners, Winesaps. Yellow Newtons. Winter Bananas, etc. No. 1's and No. 3's. Prices on application. PEARS WINTER NELLIS. Very mellow antTjust right for eating. Extra special, per case Special, per pound 10c NAVAL ORANGES. The first this season. All sizes. Prices, per dozen.......... 30c. 40c, 50c RIPE TOMATOES. Per pound HOT HOUSE CUCUMBERS. To arrive on Satur. day morning. Price, each SWEET POTATOES. 3 pounds for CORNICHEON GRAPES. A long black, fine flavor- ed California grape. To arrive Saturday, Ib. 20c EMPEROR GRAPES. Per pound 20c FRESH CELERY. 2 pounds for............. 25p 40c 5 pound pails, each 10 pound pails, each FRESH OYSTERS. Solid meats. Fresh in Fridays. Owing to the increased cost to us we arc com- pelled to raise the price. Quarts, each 95c Pints, each 50c PORK SAUSAGE. Cloverdale Brand. Fresh every Friday. Per carton 25c BRICK CHEESE. Wisconsin make. Per pouna 4sc CAMEMBERT CHEESE. In tins, each 70c SHELLED POP CORN. To arrive Saturday, per pound '15c FINEST ONTARIO CHEESE. Price per pound 30c DILL PICKLES. Per dozen 20c QUEEN OLIVES. In bulk. Psr pint 25c PEANUT BUTTER. In bulk. Per pound MINCE MEAT. In bulk. Very fine. 2 Ibs. for 35c NEW RAISINS, CURRANTS, PEELS. SHELLED NUTS. GROUND ALMONDS, ALMOND PASTE. CRYSTALLIZED CHERRIES. ETC. For baking your Xmas Cake. All in now. THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES NEXT DALLAS HOTEL. PHONE 1437. STORE PHONE 525 You Don't Realize Just How Good a Cook You Are Unless You Have Used OUR Ellison Moling Elevator Company, Limited J Three Big Specials Honey. 5 pound tins. (in..........SI.00 Guaranteed Pure. Golden Shred Marmalade O Mincemeat. Ready to use. 4 Ib. tins, tin ODC Tin THESE ARE GUARANTEED AND ARE GOOD BUYS. _ TICKNER CO. 504 Thirteenth St. S. (Opposite Ellison Mills) Phone 364 YOU GET A GOOD CUT ALWAYS If you let us send it. It will bs tender, easy to cooK and easy to csrve. Its .worth a trial to find out if you can get msat sat- isfaction always.. If you haven't a phone drop us a card and the driver will "call. Use ThcTPhone, Please THE ALBERTATMEAT MARKET PHONE 492 THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED MEAT MARKET IN THE CITY W. HOPKINS, Prop.NINTH AVENUE NORTH. m Winnipeg. Nov. "Winnipeg wheat v 'closed lower for November. Uci 'I higher for'December and "P forj e i May. Oats were Li e lower for De- j BiiWiber and Uc clown Cor May. Bar-' ley dropped lc in both months. Flax 1! v.-as l'.ic up for, November, lac up for II December ami VsC up for May. -Min-i neapolis wheat closed Is4c lower fori December. 1-Tic down for JIny and! down for .Tnly. IE I light-trade Kith largely pro-1 II i fessioual interest. In the morning re-. ports of unfavorable weather caused some bnving wi'.ves. but wheat kept working'lower from the first half, hour. May showed, best: interest, and some ions lines were reinstated in this month. American markets kept dragging and were a big handicap to the bullish inclination of the local market. ul Apart from local conditions, which. 1 do not seem serious, there was nothing 1 of interest in news. A sick cash mar- ket helped to weaken wheat during the session. Cash wheat, except first grade, was practically unsaleable. 227.000 bushels were delivered. The last spurt has made'the market more I than even. Oats were in poor demand and offerings were poor. Premiums were unchanged. Barley cased off. Trade in flax was small. FUTURES Winnipeg wheat !Xov 20414 iDec 196W May......... ;Dec.......... May......... Nov.......... Dec.......... I liar......... Minneapolis- Dec.......... 193% 265 26014 203% IMjs i 07 i TOYLAND ON SAT. NOV. 25 Our basement department, known far and near as Toyland, will DC ready on Saturday for your inspection. Here we have gathered toys and dolls and thousands of articles to deiight the kiddies from England. France, Japan, United States and Canada. You are invited to visit Toy- land on Saturday and to bring the children and your friends. Tfce Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited PHONE 555. SIR JOHN BOYD DEAD j Toronto. Nov. John Alexander noyd, chancellor and president of the high court of justice, died early this morn- ing. aged 79 years. He had been on the bench since 1SS1 and had served oil many im- portant royal commissions. He was a prominent Uaptist. JOHN GILMORE'S QUAKER BREAD 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 REASON OF THE NUTTY FLAVOR OF QUAKER BREAD. DIRECT 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. ME-SERS OF'WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE, MINNEAPOLIS- CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE. BAIRD BOTTERELL MANAGER 616 RESIDENCE 1862; 194% 185% 183 U 18S% May............ May............ 185 Dec............. 184'i May............ July............ 150% WINNIPEG CASH PRICES j !NO. 1 Nor...204% No. 2 Nor...200% jNo. 3 Nor...195% No. 4 Nor...17714 No. Northern 159% i No. 2 C. W.. 65% No. 3 C. W.. 64% Extra 1 Feed 1 1 Feed 83% Feed..... No. 3 ......112 No. 4 ..----102 Rejected and Feed 93 Flax- No. 1 X. W. C.............. 206% No. 2 C. W................. 263K PHONE 1599 LETHBRIDGE UNION BANK BUILDING ARCHIE E. REESOR, MGR. BRAficHES'CALGARY, EDMONTON, SWIFT CURRENT, MOOSE BRA JAW; HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. LOCAL MARKETS Grain Livestock Prices Track prices Prices I Wheat Wheat .....172 Oats 56% Oats 51 Barley M Barley SO Flax .......2511 Flax .......23B LIVESTOCK FrtlCKS Choice steers, 5vi to jat cow I Select hogs. loC1 to 200 Ibs.. Mason Risch Limited Balmoral Block Lothbridge good order for sale. Just like new. NII FOR SA1.5 EDISON GRAMOPHONE AND RECORDS Practically new. SHAMPOOING AND HAIR DRESSING MASSAGING AND MANICUR- ING HAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS CHILDREN'S HAIR BOBBING The Women's Comfort Rooins Room 1, Hull Block. Phone 1710 Choice killing ewes, 7c. ANNOUNCEMENT Preparations In response to various inquir- ies regarding the "Cutex" mani- cure preparations we append a, list descriptive of each article with its price. .Any "Cutex" package may be conveniently aenj by mail. CUTEX. The cuticle remover, comes in 70c and bottles, with an introductory size for JD cents. CUTEX NAIL WHITE. Is a cream which removes all stains and discolorations from under- neath the nails, leaving them im- maculately" clean. 35c per jar. CUTEX POLlSKiNG PASTE applied to the nails, either alone or in with Cutex Nail Cake, gives them a hri'Mant fustre. 35c per jar. CUTEX CUTICLE COMFORT. Is a salve for hangnails and ten- der cuticle; is cooling and sooth ing and has a pleasant odor. 35c per jar. CUTEX NAIL CAKE (pink or white) rubbed an the palm of the hsnd and then passed quick- ly over tiic nails, gives them the most delightful polish you have ever seen. 35c per cake. J. D. Higinbolham Co. "Albert-a's Pioneer- Wholeaals and retail chemists. TELEPHONE NO. 322 LftlibrnUe's fourth complete bat- tery to be raised since the beginning of the war is almost, im to strength. The TStli DelJot battery lias .been do- iiiE- big business this week in the re- cruiting line, ami the strength today- is llM. or only ten under regulation artillery strer.sth. This means that Lellihrhlge has enlisted about 730" artillerymen since the beginning of the ivar. But Lieut. Xeison, command- i ing the TSth, is not going to stop at til? 124 mark. He has orders to raise 1300 men''and lieeii the battery at that I strength and by the look of the re- icrultiug roll the past he is go- in? 'o stand a good chance ot getting Ills quota within a reasonable space of time. The new men signed on are Jas. Koutley, Oeo. Allen, Fred 'Ray- monds James O. Hankin, Mikuse, Chas. L. Perry anil E. Bourns. 'The drill now is mostly riding and driving in preparation for the com- plete gun drill which will commence when the guns arrive shortly. In the grain case yesterday of Bill- ings vs. Lafferly, an action under a grain contract, judgment was given [for the plaintiff for about ?COO ami costs. In the action of Anderson vs. Head and BradKhaw, to set aside a judg- ment, judgment has been reserveil. x 101-2 ft. 9 ft. x 12 ft. Utility Rugs 3ft. x 6ft. ft. x 9ft MAKE YOUR SELECTION AT ONCE IN ORDER TO PREVENT DELAY. Hayr Hardware Co. Phone 575 P.O. Box 275 CITY AND DISTRICT New Drug Co. Tin: Island Drus and Stationery Co., Ltd., of Bow Island, has been in- with a capital of A Big Crop II. .1. Aciienbach ,of Uululh, Minn., owns a half section of one mile east of the elevator ;.l Stirling. In jllfll lie summer fallowed tile land.I lunil harvested a big crop in 1915. la he had 2dO acres sttibbled wllli-li yielded ijnsliels, machine n-.easnre. or a little better than 82 riiishcls per acre. The Cheapest Food7 Product on the Market is Milk The sumo nourisli- merit in oilier forms will cost you.' much more. Our milk is pasteurized arid clarified. Absolutely safe and clean. Crystal Dairy, DUinMtr Drs. DoVelior, Campbell. Hoy and Cragg have moved into tlioir offices over the Koyal Bank Bldg, ollice phone j li 505. liesldinice Dr. Cnmp-; bell Klf'S; Dr. Roy 60S; Dr. I 1203. Fiction is a love .story in which tht; iiiid lioroino marry in Hi last ami liapjih lary of the Baptist Union, wlll.givi a lantern lecture. A cordial Invitation tii attend is extended to the public. At the KMPJU SK a j CoriGolia'atctJ School _ Tin Hoflfoicl School -Ristrid No. 2HSS. the HnrdeU Sclniol District No. uiifl Uio Kast Hurtlolt School District Xo. :M2i', nil of tlie'TTToviiicu nf Albrrta. hsivr; bttcn ercfiled MniHolidiiied midcr the of Fitirdott. Conuollclated il OiHtricl No. of tlui Province if AlUtrta BIRTH__________ I'o'iMr. fliu) .Mi'H. 0 i Oth Street .'onth, on o.om- Slat, fi TKe Toy Shop Dolls, Dolls' Carriages, Velocipedes, Picture Books, etc. Our complete. Make your selections now. We will reserve until Xiiias. Robertson's Book Store 1185 FIFTH ST. S., PHONE 1265 OLD BENTLEY ;