Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
'FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor (1.29 a Htttl In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Tin Dallas Hotel High Claai Roomi .We, The Best Meali In the: City Taylor Made Flour "Pride of Alberta" and "Mother's Favorite" THE MATERIAL The cream of Alberta wheats THE DESIGN To please SHREWD HOUSEKEEPERS THINK TWICE BEFOKE BUYING THE CHEAPEST .ADVERTISED' GOODS It is all right to buy them, and good business if you get the quality, but thai seldom happens. We have irreputatioii to inuintiiin which has taken lis'ycars to build up, and therefore and for other reasons, cannot, and will not, sell anything but Al goods. It is true we get hold of quite a few good snaps, owuij.! to our buying facilities and by taking all cash discounts, and it is owing- to this we are able to sell as low. and do sell as low in price as anyone, and in many instances lower. We. have just received a car of HARVEST BRAND CANNED GOODS AND JAMS which we buy direct, from the'packers in the Kitsl. These are as fine goods as arc pack- ed in Ontario or anywhere in the Doi'niiiion. The prices are right. Try some with your next order. ?ESUII THE GOOD .GO. Store: Pho.el271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES PhMe 525 WEATHER 10 MARKETS TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, -Dec. 8. Opening an-i Lethbridge, fair Edmonton, snow Calgary, Medicine Hat, cloudy _ j Prince Albert, cloudy.. "iMoose Jan-, cloudy----- ilRegina, fair........ i Winnipeg, cloudy.. I Port Arthur, clear In Manitoba and Saskatchewan it i has been unsettteti and cool. lu Al- berta it has been colder. Light snow- fail has been general in Saskatchewan, and Alberta. Forecast Washmstoa, Dec. All and on Wcdnes- 40 closing prices on the grain exchanges son departed from the prepared text day: Liaht local snowfalls or flurries, today were of iiis annual address to congress to- but mostly fair and cold. Open Close day which was. demoted principally to Dec............................ 1.17 answering those who contended the 3Iay 1.23t United States is unprepared lor na- July 1.2-ti 1.24J tlcmal defense, to give notice to ihe j business world that the legislative Dec............................ 53i 52i program oi his. administration as it 3Iav 585- effects regulation oi business, was WINNIPEG CASH PRICES j practically completed. He said it hadj 5vo. 1 Nor.............. No. 2 Nor................... Kb.. 3 Nor................... Jio. 2 C. W. Xo. 3 MINNEAPOLIS l.Ui 1.1S 1.19 CHICAGO l.IBi 1.21} CITY AJVD DISTRICT Market Open Three Days a Week The city market will be open all resulted in a clear road for business travel l.OSJ- 'unclouded success." G2 Dec. Jlay July. Dee. LOCAL M WHEAT- NO. 1 Nor. 3S No. 2 Nor. 95 No. 3 Nor. 90 No. 4 Nor. No. 1 Red.. No.2 Red.. No.3 Red.. No. Red.. MONTENEGRO'S LOSSES HEAVY But King Nicholas Declares Spirit Is Undaunted H4i! Petrpgrad, Dec.. S.T-Kinp Nicholas 1'lS iof -Montenegro. telegraphed the Bourse Qasette that a third of his 'army has fallen on the battlefield. 1 igjU Nicholas 4 adds ifl kis a continue to defend their country and deliver attacks on the enemy's i territory. Their means are exhausted jand they will be most grateful for as- sistance, either in money or supplies." day on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat- urdays, instead of Tuesdays and Fri- days, as heretofore. -2 C. W.. 4S; Ex. No. 1 Feed, 46; No. 1 Feed, 45. LIVE' STOCK 6 cows, 5 Jieifsrs, veal, H. 5 wethers, 54. dressed 7 to 9. 10, springs, Chosen Friends' Officers The last meeting of the year "in con- nection with ftie Canadian Order of Chosen" Friends -was held on Friday night in ,the- K., "of P. hall, when there was a good attendance. The el- ection of officers for the ensuing year resulted as Chief Councillor, C. L. Griffiths; vice-councillor. Miss E. E. Allen; recorder, J. Buss, prelate, Mrs. M; t the- bottom. It therefore believes in forming rather than re- forming character. It stands for the sound economic principle that a dol- lar invested' in prevention IE better than two invested in cure. .It argues that tils upbuilding and beautifjmg How to Neutralize Dangerous Stomach Acids Few people besides physicians real- ze the importance of keeping the food j contents of the sluiiiach free from ,cid fermentation. Healthy, normal digestion cannot take place while the delicate lining of the stomach is being inflamed and distended by acid and result of fermenting food in tho stomach. To secure perfect digestion, fermentation must bn stop- pet! or prevented -ami the acid neu- tralized. For this purpose; physicians recommend getting, a little Maura ted magnesia frq'ni'.the druggist and tak- ing a teaspoonful in ,a little hot or cold water immediately after eating. They recommend biBurated magnesia because it is-pleasant to take, has no disagreeable-after-effects and instant- ly stops fermentation, neutralizes the acid and makes the, sour acid, bland, swtet and easily digested. 'The regular USQ of bisurated mag-j sure you get the ibisurated, j as of magnesia-are'-o'f lit- tle an absolute guarantee of j normal for it over-1 conies and'prevents-that acid condi- tion which alpha air the cause of trouble. New Management This Popular Eating House is now under New Management. You will find it a good place to Eat MENU IS WELL COOKED AND -WELL SERVED; -Satisfying 25c up The Commercial Oyster and Chop House "310 5th Street S.. i CITY AND DISTRICT Roller. Skate for Patriotic Fund Devotees .'of 'roller skating have a: chance to 'help the-' Patriotic Fund along. The- operators of the Cosy Rofier riiik have handed over to the Patriotic Fund the rink, for use olf It embodies the new patriotism of thinking men and women, 'who assert that the care of -the homev the admin- istration .of city, province, or nation, whatever may touch the wel- fare of men 'is sacred, and shou'id be intelligently .entered into by all. It does this by educating young men to The admission 1 he rink will ten cents, while 15 cents extra will be charged for skates, Organize .for .Prohibition Campaign The nominating committee, appoint- ed to select and recommend a staff of officers :for the ensuing prohibi- the true, meaning of citizenship. U tlon campaign has practically finioh- serves as a. link betwean home and ed fis 3nd %ljj report on church, affording a respectable place day evening the loth inst.. at 8 o'- of recreation, study, and religious m organization wKl take fluence, when young men are Tho. meetln wm be in susceptible to the glamour of outside Wegle} bal, The executne wish it agencies: Its first and last duty is to bo Knonn that not nl delegates the welfare of the young of the com from (he churcnea and fioci n which it finds itself. This munity is what the Young Men's Christian association stands for. WHEN YOUR FACE ACHES why not allay the pain with a 'MAXIMUM REAL RUBBER Face Bottle a delightfully "soothing, all rub- ber toraiort that takes the place of the large sized. hofVater. hot- tie? The chofcolate colored Maxi- mum Face Bottle Is representa- tive of the best best material, best' workmanship 'best wear-: therefore it's the best sav- ing. lEach is fitted with a patent unlosa-ble stopper arid the sur- face is embossed with a bpaati- :fui -design; 75c to JlliginbotaJCo.ltd. TELEPHONE NO. Hi BIG EATERS GET KIDNEY TROUBLE Take a glais of Salts before breakfast if your Back hurts or Bladder bothers you. The American men and jvoroen must guard constantly against Kidney trou- ble, because we cat too much and all our food Is rich. Our blood is filled with uric acid, which the kidneys strive to filter out, they weaken from become sluggish; the ellm- inative tissues clog and the result is kidney trouble, bladder weakness and a general decline in health. When your kidneys feel like lumps of lead; .your back hurts'or the urine is cloudy, full pf sediment or you are obliged to seek relief two or three times during the night; if you suffer with sick'headache or diziy, nervoiis spells, acid: stomach, or you have rheumatianVwhen 'the weather' ia bad, gel, from your, pharmacist about four ounces of Jad Salts; take a table- spoonful ,in a glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This fa- mous salts IB made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with llthia, and has been used for gcn- 'erations to Hush and stimulate clog- ged kidneys; to neutralize tho acida in the urine so it no longer is n source ot irritation, thus ending bladder dis- Jad Salts is inexpensive: cannot in- jure, makes a delightful effervescent Whia-ivater leverage, and belongs.in every home, because nobody.can raakc a mistake by having a good time. Sold by J. D. Hlg ties and the' proposed members of the executive -and committees, man.and woman interested in temperance is at liberty to attend. This organization meeting will mark the .beginning of the prohibition fight In Lethbridge. Milk Cream Butter will sell from our FRESH quart! for PURE per quirt. EXTRA SPECIAL Whipping, 60c per quart.- ASK YOUR QROCBR FOR "CRYSTAL BRAND" TABLE BUTTER .MADE IN LETBBRIDOE Crystal Dairy Ltd. Phone 1576 52? 13th St. S. Mr. McClenaghan Resigns Charles McClenaghan, Soutliern A1- barta manager of the International Harvester Co., has Beyered his con- nection with that company. No man could have given more, assiduous at- tention to-his duties than Mr. McCleii- aghan, and wlFerevor h6 went through out the south lie left the impression that he was dealing fairly ly with the oeoule He was a loyal servant of toe company, and did more than can'be'estimated to'build up iia business in the south F E Spooner succeeds" Mr. ircClenaghan; .ywlio has not yet arranged any; plana-.for-.' the future. i Cosy Roller n 1 Handed Kink y p the r ainouc PC, Fund Saturday Afternoon and Evening, December 12 10c Admission 15c extra for roller Fine Music Good Cause Be sure and be a patron on Saturday'