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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta HOTEL DALLAS EUROPEAN PLAN CENTRAL COMFORTABLE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD HOTEL WINDSOR Best a Day Hotel in Alberta Pride oj Alberta When Through Flirting You will Settle Down with the Taylor Maid Mother's Favorite Sale of Metal Framed Pictures APPLES No 1 Jonathans. As fine as any pro. duccd in B. C. and the best variety for present L.-JC. Special, per case.................. JONATHANS. A very good nual- 'ity n.-acff No. 3. but hsttsr I'nn the .ivera.'e. No '.-s. Just the thing whe'r thors are a let of children. Special, per case sl This Week No. 1 Storage. These ar; :i very qoal- itv ;'iicl better than most so-called new laid eggs. per dozen ........................40c CRANBERRIES.' Small sire liut nil sound and ;ust as as any. Special, tier pauml... 10c B C. ONIONS. 8 pounds for u5c Or 1C? pounds ......................52.75 REMEMBER'.THESE PRICES ARE NOT GUARANTEED FOR ANY LONGER THAN THE GOOD CO. A WSEK. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Each one packed in a box so that it can be i ke an ideal article for a small rememorar.es. 2.3c to THE KENNY ALLIN CO, Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTuL. PHONE Ts Your Stock of Soap Complete? .11 for 50c Sunlight Soap. 11 for Lifebuoy Soap, Royal Crown Soap, 2 pkgs. 45c Golden West Powder. 2 for 45c Gold Dust. 2 for 45c Cold Soap, per cake oc ivory Soap, per cake 5c Coral Toilet Soap, per box 15c Winnipeg. Nov. fair trade dc- i veloped today. The opening gave way i under a' little liiiuidation hut some i good buying came from outside sour- ces. credited to foreign interests, i which created a firm undertone in, i wheat during ihe session. The i Timed Stales markets could not hreaki i Winnipeg (ill near the close. No: special fealure was ill the news save the inieri'ational .diplomatic confer-1 ence in Washington which had a weakening effect on the rniieil States markets. The feature of the market was the Heavy speculative trade in oats. A bis line of shorts were got out on the break but oats could not be slopped and were rela- tively much weaker than wiieat. In "the cash market there was a lit- tle better demand for Xo. 1 at 1 cent over. Lower grades were also better. 1 though N'os. 2 and went through the I i option freely. Oats were unchanged, i i barley fair. i i WINNIPEG CASH PRICES ;Xo. 1 Xo. Xor...l Xor...lSO% Xo. 4 Xor...l Xorthern 1 TICKNER CO. 204 Thirteenth St. S. (Opposite Ellison Mills) :Xo. NO. Feed i Xo. 4 Special Xo. 5 Special i. Si Xo. G Special Xo. C. W.. Extra 1 Fcr.l 1 Feed 53% Xo. 3 ......Ill Xo. 4 Phone 361 and Feed Xo 1 X. W. C....... Xo. C. W............ FUTURES Winnipeg 3 C. W. POPULAR NEW BOOKS Rhymes of a Red Cross Man, S1 By Robert Service. S1-30 By Colmey. The World for Sale By Gilbert Parker. When a Man's a Man.....SI.35 By Harold Bel] Wriuht. From the House By George Barr MeCutcheon. Penrod 3nd Sam.........S1.35 By Booth Tarkington. Gilded Vanity............51.25 By Richard Deh.-.n. The Wall Street By Bartlett. The Heart of Rachael -----S1.35 Kathleen Norris. Doreen and the Sentimental Bloke 75c By Dennis. WAR BOOKS Between the Lines By Doyd Cable. First Hundred Thousand 31.35 By Ian Hay With Serbia in Exile S1.60 By Fortier Jones. Prepaid Post, 10c each extra. Villa Takes Chihauhua) Tke Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited PHONE 5E3. El I'aso. Trans. .Nov. has raptured Chihuahua f'ily. General Jacinto Trevino. commander of the Carranza forces al Chihuahua City has lied lo Terrazas. miles north of the city. Wires hl'.ve been received from j Trevino at Terrazas announcing that j he had been driven from the city, lull tiiat iie was about lo effect a junction with General Murpuia. and allempt to drive Villa from the place with his combined forces. This informalion. which was received from refugees from was given to the United States military authorities last evening, the refugees claiming tiiat Trevino had; sent such a message to relatives in this city. i Another account of the fall of Chi-1 huahua City confirmed this, but saiil: that Trevino had fled lo Terrazas.! where he is about to entrain for Jaur-1 The fate of six United Statesers who remained in Chihuahua City is unknown. city. Wires have been received from JOHN GILMGRE'S WE HAVE HAD PEOPLE FROM EDMONTON AND CAL- GARY TELL US THAT QUAK- ER BREAD 11} BETTER BREAD THAN IS BAKED IN EITHER OF THESE TWO CITIES. THE GOOD WILL TOWARD QUAK- ER BREAD IS ONE OF THE MOST GRATIFYING THINGS IN OUR BUSINESS. CITY AM) DISTRICT Evangelistic Services j ''Too Big a Price." will the top-i Ic'Tor Evangelist Barton's address at] West minster church this evening. j THIS WEEK Choice Steer Beef, Young Pork, Grain Fed Pork. Mutton, Spring Chicken. All the Best in the Land. THE ALBERTA MEAT MARKET PHONE 492 THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED frUVT MARKET IN THE CITY W. HOPKINS, Prop.NINTH AVENUE NORTH. m. Dec. May......... Oats- Dec.......... i May......... N'ov.......... Dec.......... May......... Dec.......... May......... July......... Dec.......... May......... Julv......... 62 Vi 63 Vi 251 250 V, 260 186% 177% Returns From Honolulu j E. J .Tjckner has returned from an' xtended trip to Vancouver Victoria j and Honolulu. 173% 181% 149% 1G7L6 174U 144% DIRECT PRIVATE WIRE to Winnipeg, Chicago and Minneapolis Montreal .'CoiitiiiuiMM Market Quotations on All Grains. Highest prices obtained for grain- in ariy position. FutureTontract Grain Bought of Hold for Cash or on Margins. MEMBERS OF WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE, MINNEAPOLIS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, CHICAGO_pOARO OF TRADE. BAIRD BOTTERELL PHONE 1599 MANAGER 616 RESIDENCE 1862 qiiH O1NG LETHBRIDGE ARCHIE E. REESOR, MGRT EDMONTON, SWIFT CURRENT. MOOSE JAW; HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG. LOCAL MARKETS Gram Livestock Prices Track Prices Wheat Oats 51% Barley 8S Flax .......24054 Wagon Prices Wheat Oats Barley Flax 157 47 78 LIVESTOCK FrilCHE Choice steers, G to fat cows 5M to 6. Select hogs, 100 to 200 Ibs.. Choice tilling wethers. 8'i. Choice killing annoying trouble in acuts evidence sections of the Ilig'inbotham's Prairie Itch Ointment Relieves that terrible itching immediately. Mailed postpaid on receipt ofl price. J. D. liiginbotham Co. "Alberta's Orungistt." Wholesale retail TELEPHONE NO. 322. Masonic Meetinq j No. fiT A. and A. witl hold an emergent meeting to- night at S o'clock in Burgmann's hall, when the second degtee will lie con- ferred. S. O. E. Meeting The S. 0. E. White Rose Degree will meet tomorrow evening at S o'clock. All members arc "reauested to be present. New Elevator The X. Bawlf Grain Co., of Winni- pegr-are buildinc an elevator at Wil- son Siding. This makes the second elevator at that yoim, Tlie_ Bawlf Grain Co. have acquired sites at sev- eral other points in Southern Alber- ta. Patriotic Fund in Cafdston Riding Messrs. T. M. Tweedie and W. A. Buchanan, M.P.. completed a series of Patriotic Fund meetings in the Cnrdston constituency -with a meeting at Magratli last night. On Sunday Mr. Tweedie spoke at Mountain View in the morning an3 Leavitt in the af- ternoon, while Mr. Buchanan was at Kimbali in the morning and Aetna in the afternoon. -At night they spoke at a fine meeting in Cardston. Mar- tin Woolf, M.P.P., was present at most of these meetings and spoke al- so .1. 1-'- Parrish, M. A. Coombs, C. Burl. J. Mclntosh, J. C. Cahoon and Z. W. Jacobs also spoke at some these meetings. Cardston constitu- ency will raise the amount allotted to fine organization has been per- fected. 9ft. x 101-2 ft. 9 ft. x 12 ft. Utility Rugs 3ft. x 6ft. 6ft, x 9ft. MAKE YOUR SELECTION AT ONCE IN ORDER TO PREVENT DELAY. Hayr Hardware Co. Phone 575 P.O. Box 275 BRITAIN REFUSES SAFE CONDUCT TO NEW AMBASSADOR London. Nov. foreign of- fice has sent Ambassador Page a note definitely refusing to grant a safe con- duct to Count Adam Tarnowski von Tarnow, the new Austro-Hungarian minister 10 the United States. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that 1, flow Why, have imrchasad the Market Gar- den formerly owned by Hop Sing, ,and will not be responsible for any (debts contracted after November 29 line. ANNOUNCEMENTS Kennedy lias taken over tho Leihbrldgn Hotel Cigar and N'ows Stand. An arch lias hsen in ilie parliLion HO as to join Hie, Barber '.Shop, insuriiiK service al all hours. Alleges Husband Cruel, Is Suing For Alimony "Mill; and forks the quarrels whitrh made Hie so crablt; in the Russell farm home at Maclcnd thar Russell left her aiul entererl suil for alimony. The rase was li-'aM yesterday ami to- were used said that as they were so pig-headed ........._... day befon; Justice Walsh ami judgment i- being delivered this after- noon. ihe Russeil family rame hr-ad last, December when, accord- MILK IS A CHEAP FOOD fiaures Prof. Esten has worked Sirloin Steak Round 10 Porterhouse .Steak Short Veal Lamb Chop................-.............'' -jgiA Pork Chop OysMrt 16 ISc 52c 27c and obstinate, bo would have to he.ir rouBselE' arguments and deliver judg- ment. W. M. Campbell appeared (or the defendant and Mr. Gray of .rohn-j- stone. Ritchie and Gray, for the plain- A the.iparket. _ Crystal Dairy, Limited Phone 1576 tiff. Tins morning tlie case of Pearson j vs. Pearson was heard and Judgment1; "by consent was Riven. wliicl> i" I tho nature of a compromise. This i ing tllft evidencu of the plalntin'1 another rase from the Macleoll dist- vuiV tier IniHband drove her from lierjrict, in whict) Mrw. Pearson, junior, iioiiip, ciimpelllnti her to go :iml live was suing Mr. and Mrs. Pearson, par- i with her married nearby. She had ents of her late husbaniT for lo go hack to live with liar i which Hhe clainmd was owing her on -fused to a'llow land formerly owned by. her husband. iirUHmi hut ho had ler on Ihe place. The couple came from the Peterbor The land had been sohi to plaintiff's husband by the defendants, hut had hack by the latter, they Mason Risch Limited Balmoral Block Lethbridgc ViciroiBS, Victor Records. Viol- ir.s, Accordeons, Sheet Music and Musical Merchandise. Mail Orders Given Careful Attention. SHAMPOOING AND HAIR DRESSING MASSAGING AND MANICUR. ING HAIR'WORK OF ALL KINDS CHILDREN'S HAln BOBBING The Women's Comfort Kooins Room 1, Hull Block. Phone 1710 Tin- defendant also prew a large an-.l i It developed that there had been Borne Tpe Ladles' Aid of St. Andre.- s I nilsu'mlorataiuling. ami defendants church win hold their annual bazaar lo'hear the arcu-l claimed that If the la.nl were sold nt Thursday. November ?.0th, In -Burg- Afternoon than per aero'and the plain- mann'i hall, 13th St. X., starting tbo RusBel'ls toiii.ra ,r.M there would not re" loBcthcr and come to some acltli--! he onoueh loft to pay them hack the mVnl lit said be knew it would lie! money ifiey bad put Into the property, impossible for them'to ever live to- j The court therefore ordered that plain- ge her but -they might arrive at some I tiff he Kiven an one-dilril Interest In aurceiut-nt. which would avoid all th-slthe property no matter what the vain- iriniinl nf'ii familv quarrel. When'atlon, ami that an effort ho made lo neither party made any move toward sell it al 520 per acre or more by pn- an amicable' agreement, His Lordship vale salo. 1.111. Anyone havlns donatiofis of goods or home-cooking are asked to leave same at ,Mrs. Soady's, 130-I 8lh Ave. N. BIRTHS____________ an_d .Mrs. A. Smith. Mb Ave., N., on Monday, Nov. 27th, a daughter. tHE BOOK STORE "Rhymes a lied Cross Service, Postage 7c. "When a Man's a Wright, Postage I0c. "The, WorW for Gilbert. Tarker, Pofitajje Sc. "Tordiy's Private Post "Door of by Post The largest stock of novels, toys, and pict lire hooks bibles, prayer hooks in "South Alberta. Robertson's Book Store 118 FIFTH STS. PHONE 1266 OLD BENTLEY STAND ;