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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, .DRCEMflKl! 20, 1916 LRTHMUDGK DAILY IlKHAU? 1'AC.IO bun Canada'! favorlu ytusi for our a of a eonturyj Broad balrtd with Royal Yaut will and molit longer than that mad. will, any oth.r, that a full tUpplX o.n "nd loaf will bo Juct on good ao tho first. MADE IN CANADA EXWGILLETT'COMPANV LIMITED CHICAGO SCHOOLBOYS ARMED A campaign against Chi- cago schoolboys who have been arm- ing themselves .with revolvers, rifles nml knives for use in fighting their was announced by Jacob 31. Loeb. president of the .-board of Disturbances In several school dis- tricts caused an Investigation, ia which weapons wore seized from bud- ding gunmen. Among them was a 'l CALDE'R BACK WITH O.P.R. Winnipeg, pec. Arthur B. Calder, steamslttp 'agent of Winnipeg; has been appointed assistant genera! passenger agent of the C. P. K; at Winnipeg. Previous' to .24 years ago lie was in the C. P. II. service on the Pacific coast and at Chicago. Little Difference Shown in The Prices There and Those Quoted on Prairies Dizziness Constipation Flatulence No liver sufferer can fail to Iwncfit from the use Dr. Cassftll's Instant Kelief. Its fiction is natural us nature, sure as .science. It is altogether different tu ordinary liver stimulants and morning salts. Those weaken, the liver by forcing it, till it cannot work at all without tho daily dofic. Dr. Instant Kelief strengthens the livftr :md enables the system to cure itself. Thon cure is lasting. Take Dr. Casseil's Instant Relief for constipation, biliousness, torpid liver, sick headache, dizilneu, spicks before the eyes, flatulence and windy spasms, acidity, heartburn, impure blood, and that dull, heavy feeling which is it sure indication of liver troubles. Ask for Dr. Casseil's Instant Belief. Price 50 cents, torn all Druggists and Storekeepers, or direct from the Bole Agents for Canada, Harold P. Mitchio and Co., Ltd., 10. M'Caul-atreet; Toronto. War tax 2 cents eitra. Dr. Cassoll's Instant Relief is the companion preparation to Dr. Cauill's Tablsts. Salt Proprietors: Dr. Cataell't Ltd., Manchester. England. YOUR (Spcclll to llio Herald) Fernio, IJoc. 19. Commissioner Harrison, of Calgary, arrived here to- day on tho delayed train from Loth- bridge, ami at two o'clock had his court ready to take evidence on tho cost of living. After the formal open- ing, witnesses representing the retail businesses In town were called. K. K. Stewart, manager of the Trites-Wood Co., T. Fronlis of the Crows' Noel. Co., Mr. Speiiee, manager of the Co-operatlvo stores, and Mr. Smith, manager ot the P. Burns Co., were examined regarding retail pric- es as they were on the first ol' July and on November 22ml. B. K. Stew- art was the first to submit a state- ment, Mid was asked sonic unesUoiiB by Mr. Harrison anil Secretary Car- ter. Tlicro wore no material differences is to prices here and at Letubrldgo mil Calgary. One difference was re- ins tin: p.-ico of sugar, which Mr. Stewart explained was due to tho act that the price of B, C. sugar is .en cents per hundred tnoro, for Fer- lie deliveries than was the case to jioints. This is a case where .he general consumer might take a( land with the miners in trying to find) out just why B. C. sugar should cost.' noro to a B. C. citizen than to a citi- zen of Alberta, just a littlo further away over tho mountains. Mr. Smith, ot the P. Burns com- pany, slated that sirloin steaks and round steaks were 2 cents a pound lower on Nov. 22 than at tho first ot July. Pork and mutton were also lower, but lard, butter, eggs and some other lines were higher. All witnesses agreed that sugar and flour were lower than on July first. All. or most all groceries were up, es- pecially was this true of some lines of canned goods and i'ish. -In tho shoe and dry goods lines prices were np more or less and tliis is true also of gents furnishings. Several miners have expressed a desire to be heard and Commissioner Harrison will give-them full oppor- tunity to testify regarding prices they: paying. The enquiry will, Jast over tomorrow and may continue to the next day. Lewis Stockett, Mr. McNelll and Mr. Smith, counsel for the Operators' association, are pres- ent, as are President Graham. Secre- tary Carter and International Board Member D. llees, to look after the lu- orosts of tile miners. GOOD THINGS CHRISTMAS liavi- gtil-iiered the fiitesi stuck of Uixx-- erios for Christmas this store lias over shuwn. You can oouui, on "-eti-iiig absolutely the highest quality and paying no more than you should at Keirs. Wo have, everything you. can think of in Christmas (inn-cries. Bvenihiiig you for this ui't-at bol.ulay. STOREPRESTIGE knows this She knows too, that Kerr's Grocery customers and keeps old ones. for Quality, a service that maKes now Wolfe': VARIETY STORE IT'S FULL OF XMAS GIFTS If you-are looking for something useful and something acceptable as a gift why not a i nice jilece of china. 1 f We have the nicest assortment of Japanese and English China ever shown in Lethbridge i Also a large of toys, dolls games, doll carriages and uaqgons at Use lowest prices. London. Dec. that this country- is preparing energetically to increase the national food supply are-' found in the way municipal bodies are setting aside land for production at cereals and potatoes, while campaign to restrict herds of cattle, sheep and pigs! Is producing its effect as the regulating of meat is being pre- pared. James Long, in the Daily Hail, reports that heart of cattle and sheep in England ready for food. Measures now .contemplat- ed comprise the reduction of herds and the increase of r bread supplyj utilizing vast nuanyties of .grain now used in raising cattle for meat, and the cultivation of potatoes on land that is now producing turnips for the' cattle. FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Malaga Grapes, per pound 25c Oranges, California New Navels, per dozen 25, 35c and Lemons, large size, per dozen.......... Jap Oranges, per box Jap Oranges, per dozen................ Cranberries, small size, per pound Cranberries, fancy Cape Cod. 2. Ibs. for Grape Fruit, fancy Florida, each Celery, California, 2 Ibs. for .V........ Onions, Ibs. for.......... Sweet Potatoes, Ibs. for Onions, Yellow Denver, Ibs. for... 25c House Lettuce, 35c'. Jonathan, fine eatfng, per box Four pounds -........25c Apples. No. 1 wrapped Wagners, Rome Beauty, Spitzenberg, per box BananasT per dozen CALIFORNIA CANNED FRUITS Peaches, Pears and Aprjcots. No. "i tins, each 20c Hawaiian Pineapple, sliced, each 18c and 25c Hawaiian" Pinenpple, grated. No. 2 tins, each 25c Strawberries Raspberries, No. 2 tins 30c Blueberries Piums, two tins........... 35c Goodwiliies' Bottled FruJtc. New seasons, Raspberries, Yellow Peaches and Red Cher- rifts, per 35c Head Lettuce, 2 for 25c Cauliflower, each ........I 25c Tomatoes and Cucumbers 15c and ,20c Brusael Sprouts, per Ik v .-v 20c 45c 30c 75c 15c lOc 25c 10c 25c 25c A commander of the entente t'prceV in Macedonia, responsible directly to iho.war office and independent of the commander in The Canadian Club of Now Vork if will entertain sir Sam.Hughes at dinner at the -Hotel BtUmore on Jnn- Oj uary S, ;___ CANNED VEGETABLES Tomatoes, 20 cents and Corn, Peas and Beans Extra Sifted French Mixed Vegetables, in tins, two for RAISJNS, PEEL ETC. Raisins, fancy seeded, per pkS- Raisins, fancy seedless, per pkg...........- Raisins, selected Vafsncias, per Ib. Raisins, Sultanas, per Currants, fancy Vostiiza. per Ib........'... Currants, new cleaned, per pkg........... Peel, Citron, per pound Peal, Orange and Lemon, per pound....... Reel, Cut, 1 pound cartcns S.HELL Mixed, per pound.......................- pound Walnuts, per pound f..................... Brazil, per pound Filberts, per pound Peanuts, per pound Chestnuts, per pound..................... SHELLED NUTS' Almonds, per Walnuts, per pound Pecans, per pound....................... Blanc'hed Almonds, per pound Saited Jordan Almonds in giase, each Brick Cheese, per pound Limburger-Chcese, per pound............. Ingersoi Cniam Cheese, cake............. Red and Biack Currant Jelly, per jar Fairy Sodas, per tin...................... French Peas, Beans and Mushrooms Asparagus, per tm Asparagus, in glass...................... MINCE MEAT Wethey's in pkgs. 2 for...........-----... Libby's in buik, per pound Empress, bulk, per Libby's, in glass, large size............. 25c 15c 25c 45c I5c 15c ioc 20c 25c 20c 35c 30c 35c ,25c .3pc 25c 25c 3Qc 20c 300 60c 55c S5c 70c 60c TABLE FIGS Fancy Table, three Inch, per Ib. 25c Fancy Table, package, each 15c and.. 20c Washed Figs in SlaS3 35c All Prices Fard Dates Excelsior Brand 'Dromedary Brand 15c Olives, ripe in tins, Olives, ripe in glass Olives, stuffed. 18c, 25c, 10c and 75c Olives, 15c, 20c, 35c-and 50c Olives, pitied "30c Olives, sliced for sandwich r. 30c SAUCES Lea Perrins, 45c and Chili Sauce, 25c and Brand's A-1 Punch H. P. Sauce Pepper Sauce Mint 75c 35c 20c 25c 30c 20c 25c PICKLES B. White Onion-----------............... 50c C. B. Mixed 45c C. B. Gherkins 45c Libby's. Heinz and'Red Cross, 20c, 25c, 30c 45c SEE OUR PLAIN FANCY MIXED CANDY AN EXTRA LARGE ASSORTMENT- TO CHOOSE FROM..20c to 40c PER POUND. CATSUP Heinz Blue Label Cnider'e Donalco....... 35c 35c 30c 40c 45c 15c 30c 35c 35c 60c 25c 25c 65c TABLE RAISINS Finest Imported Malaga Raisins, 8 Grown Im- perial Clusters, as large as prunes, per Ib. 50c. FouK. Crown, per Ib 35c Four Crown, 5 Ib. box, each pound box UNWRAPPED COOKING APPLES, SMALL STOCK SPF.CJAL PRICE, PEH BOX TEA, COFFEl ETC. Decajulie per pound............'........ 60c Kerr's Special Tea, per pound.........------ 40o Coffee, Special Blends at 35c, 40c 50c Grape Juice in So'ttles, Welch's, par bottle.'.. 25c Raspberry Vinegar, Welch's, per bottle Apple Cider per gallon FANCY GROCERIES, ETC. Plum Pudding, Wagstaffe'B, 2 sbe Almond Paste, half pound Almond Paste, one paund Glace Cherries, per box Chrystalllzed box Fruit Cake, per pound, 35c and Chili Vinegar, per bpHle Vinegar, per'bottle Mushroom Catsup, per bottle Cherries Marasquin, 35c and Bar lc Due, red and black Fresh per pint .Cove Oysters, Pate de roles Gras 30c 70c 75c 35c 70c 75c 35c 40c i 20c ,25c 25c 65c SOc 15c 60c Pate de Foies Gras, with truffles, large size Acadia Codfish, 2 Ib. each Bensdorp Cocoa, 35c'and Honey. Berry's Pure Extracted, 25c and Quart Five pound tins ,'lbc 60c 35c 70c S100 Pure Mapls Sugar, halt pound cakes for 25C Cocoanut. Fresh grated in'tins with milk, each 20c C'ocoanut Shrfidded, per pound Cocoahuts, each Icing Sugar all flavors, two foi Dili per. dozen Peanut Butter, in bulk China .Ginger, in jars Sweet-Spanish Red Peppers, per tin CUery Salt. Curry Powder and Paprika, In glass, each Apple Butter, Helnr, IX crocks 35c 20c 25c 20c 25c 35c 15c 15c eoc CANCIES, TEMPTING AND DELICIOUS Moir's Assorted Chocolltes, per Ib 50c Melba Assorted Chocolates, per Ib. 'Oc Lush Us Assorted Chocolates, per Ib. 45c Melba Santa Claus Box, containing five Ibs assorted chocolates, per box, 50, 00 A look over our stock of Chrjstmas Candies "i fancy boxes, at prices rangmcj frnm 25c to will convince you that our line Is complete and prices moderate. Plain and fancy Biscuits Prices from per Ib. 40o to 60c City's Big 'iUrocery GEO. KERR CO. 5th SI 8. Phones, The Store Accommo- dating. Great XMAS STORE ;