Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
PRINTING AT. THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best a daj hotel in Mkrta Taylor Made Flour "Pride of Alberta" and 'Mother's Favorite' Your Money Back in Flour Values NEW TABLE FIGS, COKNICIIEON AND EMPEKOK GRAPES NEW CALIFORNIA 'EVAPORATED' FRUITS The first shipments of the season of all the above lines aro just in] All extra llne.quallty and the prices are low. New Table Figs; layers, in bulk; per pound..20e Cornichcon Grapes; extra big 'black cues; the finest for present use. Per round.......20c Per basket ...'........................51.00 Emperor Grapes; per pound .20c Fresh Oysters; solid meats; Imperial Qnnrt. Imperial Pint..........................50c Special low prices on a lot of Plums as advertised To Threshers and Other Larqs orders of to within 1CO miles of Lethbridgs, with New Evaporated First Quality Prunes'; large 50-GOs, big and plump; lb..15c Per 10 pound' box.....................11.36 Prunes; medium sue. boxes; per Prunes; small size; .per pound..............10c Choice Peaches; large size, 2 lus...25c Per 10 pound Choice Apricots, 2..poimds tor ...............35c Per 10 pound last week and the week'ibefore. for our Special Price Llsu We prepay freight on the exception of Sugar, in barrels. Office: Phone 1271 'OD CO. Store: HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHER SPECIAL NOTICE To The Members of 30th-Battery On and after October 25th, svery member of the above battery' will be welcome at my sit for a high class portrait, any style. ABSOLUTELY FREE Don't fail to take advantage of this offer. A. EVLYN SMITH HIGH, CLASS PORTRAITURE Studio 806 Third Avenue S. Next to Baptist Church Home Guard Regimental Orders Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, clear Calgary, fair Medicine Hat, clear Foremost, cloudy., iloose Jaw, rtoudy Swift Current, fair Regina, cloud..y Port Arthur, fair.. Winnipeg, cloudy.. kelson..... Grand Forks 49 44 42 40 62 52 53 42 60 40 40 Min. 19 IS 45 30 30 33 24 34 36 30 The flome Guard will meet at the Tlie weather over the prairie prov- Headquarters for 'drill on Friday at inces has been mostly clear and cold. 7.30 p.m. sharp, new recruits will re- Forecast port to Enlisting Officer Bartlett and All today and Thursday, obtain the regulation badge before with much the same tmperature. t t-fie drill commences. In.future when tie Home Guard! BORN alarm is sounded all members will re-------------------------------------------------- port to headquarters direct also to Mr. and Mrs. W11- drivers of cars attached to the Auto- frid 'Marsh, on Wednesday, November mobile Squadron ,will please obtain o, a. son. from the Transport Officer the exact------------------------------------------------- t'ouble location before leaving the city. Br order of the OFFICER .COMMANDING. Pasteurized and Handled Tiie Crystal Dairy Co. PHONE 1576. MARKETS Safety First Prompt and Intelligent action before the arrivrJ of a physician often averts the serious results which are apt to follow -acci- dents or suddeu illness. Every home should be provided. with a few emergency remedies. We suggest: Pure Witch Camphor Gum, Turpentine, Liniments, Salves, Ginger, Court Plaster, Mustard, Bandages, Absorbent Cotton, Etc. Let "Safety First" be your slogan. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited CITY AND DISTRICT, .B- of T. Luncheon The regular luncheon of the Board of Trade will be held tomorrow at 13.30 p.m. Father Died Dr. Tuller received a wire -tills morning telling of the death of his father, Win. H. Tuller, at the age of 74, at Mudoc, Ont. For Red Cross A. J. Blackburn, the Jion. treasurer, begs to acknowledge ?5.00 from the mail carriers, being their October payment. Labor Temple Shareholders A meeting of the shareholders of the Labor Temrte Co. will be held on Friday evening at the Labor Temple, at 8 o'clock. A full attendance is re- quested. WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Nov. 3.-rGpenins and closing prices on the local grain exchange today were as fo'ilows I EAT ALL I WANT NOW AND FEEL FINE! Street Railway Earnings Street railway earnings for the November month -of Octo -er show increases ever December September. The total is 3241.46, as'May against for Pass- .eagers carried. during October total- November led, as against in Sept. December Custom Receipts May The returns froia the custom house 'show a slight decrease for October. November.. During the month was ire- ceived and the corresponding month November of last year the amount was December 366.64. The decrease is thought to be -jiay due" to leoile busing more at home Closing Cash Prices this vear than what the) did last Wheat__ Post Office Returns The "cst receipts for October show j substantial increase ovtr o tie- corresponding month 01 last vear if figures are anything to go by, ,there would seem to he a lot more g money about than what people had in the fall' of 1914 All departments of oats_ business are alil-e in showing increas- XTn P w AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE Cs, and the amount 01 business AJ, 'I dor.e m October, 1913, amounted to Open 97% 42 41 166% 171% No 1 Northern 2 Northern APPOINTMENTS TO MANITOBA bo; Ci Bl emn; to get an outstanding man as profes- ders naid were 900 and amounted to BOr husbandry Prof E 401 postal notes were Ward Jones, prijsent holder of the po- scFd for 5869 35, and 592 paid to an 1 JJ w c srtion. Trill be retained in some other amount of 03. iNn.-2-f! ,w capacity G C White, at present .__________________ manager of theco-ooerative oranch of iNo. 2-C. W. 631, 172 170 IBS 100 81 84% 79% 74% 41 41 J 30 K 38 67 63 58 No More Gas on the Stomach or Sour Stomach! No MSre Heavy Feeling After Meali'ior Constipation! K you have sour stomach, constipa- tion or gas on the stomach fry JUST ONE DOSE of simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adler i ka, the remedy which is becoming known as tie MOST POWERFUL bowel cleanser ever sold The VERY F1HST dose_shows re- sults and a short .treatment, with Adler-i-ka will surprise you. This remedy drains such, astonish- ing 'amounts of old matter from the nystem that A SINGLE DOSE relieves constipation, sour stomach and gas on the stomach almost INSTANTLY. Store the Grain Growers' Co, becomes pro pointed lecturer In horticulture, and er..... lessor of Hural Economics His dut- Dr D M Imeham was appointed phy- ay ies wSl consist fn instructing stud Biclan JIIss Fatncu, a daughter ot' Kmneapolu ai to cost accounting, marketing. Dr Patrick of Torkton, was appoint- D_ecemDer Chicago Wheat Open products and allied subjects E tt ed an instructor m household" sci Merehie, a product of Edinburgh, he- ence comes assistant instructor in English, An instructor In household arts will anflr-wilrassist Prof Sproule C A be named shortly. Mrs Zlnck will be Galbraith Is to be associate professor director of the girls' physical training in chemistry J A. Neilson was ap- department May 103-U 104 Wheat 87% .102 LOCAL MARKETS Xmas. Greeting Cards Made in .Canada Our Designs this Year are tasty works of the Engravers'Art. Call and look them over. i __ The Lethbridge Herald LOCAL GRAIN; PRICES Wagon" prices: Wheat Oats Barley Flax Track prices Wheaf Oats Flax Barley Arrives Safely Jlr. J. D. Higinbotham is in receipt of a cable from his son, Lieut. Har- >1u Higinbotham of the 34th Battalion, announcing his safe arrival, in Eng- land, Where Is Ben Rinke? The city police are anxiously en- quiring the whereabouts of Ben Rinke, a teamster supposed to toe em- ployed in the city. Chief Skeltbn re- ceived word from Rinke's parents in Spokane, .that they are anxious to get into touch with him. There is im- portant news for him. In Memory of Miss Edith Cavell At 8 o'clock tonight, in St Cyprian's Churcn, will be service in mem- ory ot Edith Cavell, the British nurse who-was executed in Brussels! by the .G-ermaris, and also in memory of the sailors and soldiers who have given their-lives-for their country in the present war. Rev. Canon McMll- len will deliver a brief address For Patriotic Fund The hon.treasurer, R. J. R. Pater- son ;to acknowledge receipt of the following donations, to the above From -the I.O.D.-E., per Mrs. bping the net proceeds from .the 'lecture on given by. Rev. Dr. Harcourt'ih.Knox church on Monday evening last, and from the employees of the Lethbridge Brewing and Malting Co, Ltd, ?2413, and from the City Letter Carriers' asso- ciation, being their contribu- tions for the month of October, 1915. The committee also.thanks McKelvie McGuire for the sum of ?62.60, and the St. Patrick's Society, per -M Koen, for ?il4 55. KING DECORATES SOLDIER A r LYING ILL j London, Bdgg., Novi meetings. president train being conveyed from an unnamed toVn in France to the coast, he directep'that Sergeant Oli- of tha Coldstream" Guards, who-had just beep awarded the Vic- toria'Cross, be brqugiit to the royal car, and there, despite his weakness, due to his recent the King pinned the medal ob. the' soldier's tiinic. He did 'BO wh'He, lying prone, and was-BO weak that .found it dif- ficult to push the pin] through the khaki With his face (Hushed with pride, Sergeant Brooks fcnelt by the King's bed, until the medVl had been i affixed We Should Like to Talk Furnace to You George R. Dixon Sheet Metal .'Contractors Roofing, Gas Lighting, Cornice Sky Furnace Work PHONE 1057 P. O. BOX 534 Office: Rear, of Stafford Block X. THE GERALD'S SUBSCRIPIOLCONTEST Offers rich reward to I YOU for all of your time or Time. Plenty of- room for more candidates Blank Nomination Good Votes Campaign Manager for ttethbridge Herald, Box 337, Leifhbridge, Alfa. Please accept, the nomlnatiot of 1915 as candidate In The Herald's Sub Nominated by............ Only one nomination w 145 Attend Agricultural Council S. S. Dunham, vice-president of the has just returned from a meet- ing of the executive of that body. Mr. Dunham will be leaving in a few days for Winnipeg to attend the sessions of the Canadian Council of Agriculture. This Is a body composed of the execu- tives of- the Farmers'-'associations' of three western Man- itoba Grain Growers, the Saskatche- wan Grain .Growers and the United farmers of Alberta. It is understood that important matters relating to the district will be brought up at the Toronto, Ont, Nov 2 an out meetings Mr Speakraas, present of-a-jpb inventor to. the creator ot'an j Of the U.P.A., will also attend the instrument of- destruction, the con- gathering struction of of which for Rus- sia and France by the St Louis Car has just been signed, is the giant stride .of Paul Weden, .who, yp .until Death of J. H. Smith The death occurred on November 1 of James .Harvey Smith, at the home No. 1 timothy, baled, ton No. 1 alfalfa, baledy ton ____ 9.25 No. 1 Bluejoint Mixed; ton 9.25 BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per cwt., SI. 00. Beets, per cwt., Turnips, per cwt., 75c. ton, SlO to Parsnips, per cwt. Cabbage, per cwt., 76c, to LivestocV nnd poultry Choice Fat cows. killing wethers. 6J. Chcire killing evves, 5jc. Select hogs; 150-250 Ibs., 7c. Live poultry, springers; 15c. Ib. Live fowl, 10-12c. Drefsed poultry Fowl, 14c. Fresh gathered "40c. doz. No. I Farmeris' dairy butter, 26c. 87 J a. few months ago, was employpd as f of his daughter, Mrs DaUd Mara'iall 35V a draughtman in a local automobile j of Warner, at the age of Jl years The 350 factory, and dischaiged be- f deceased leaves to mourn his loss his 49J cause his suspected His wife, one son, C P Smith of Leth particular indention is a machine gui, and lour daughters Mrs 10 00 winch wih' sell for 5100 It will fire 400 'shots a .minute, without any ibie effects of heating from rapid fire. W. Kltheson of Davidson, Sask Mrs Jas. Mrs. B.'.J. Haman of Stpuphpri, and Mrs. Marshall Weden, along with: YVH'ilam .jMar-j'of Warner. Mr. Smith was a native; shall, a local promoter, conducted ne- of BeUeyille, Ont, and after retiring! gotiations with :the- Dominion govern- from his farm in 1903, he came to- Re- ment for some time, hut the ifilitia gina, Sssh where he lived until a department was not disposed to enter short time ago, coming from therp to a contract, no Weden and Marshall his Daughter in Warner took their product to interests in the Smith, wtfs a member of the Methodist United States j church The funeral will take place Thomas A. 'Edison, chairman of the on Thursday, November 4 at 2.30 from intentions board of the United States Fetterly's tmdertaking parlors government, ptaid a high tribute to the Weden-Ma'rehal! gun, .ant! called It one of the marvels of Inventive .gen- ius displayed since, the war began. Weden's former employees In this city were the Russell Car Co. COPPER FROM SERBIA London, Nov. and Aus- tria are likely to obtain ample .sup- plies of copper from accord- Scientists estimate that it ire arc ing to Chndo Mlymovich, former Ser- 19.0UO of fish in the world bfan mln'ster to Lonoon The great A telescoping box which .copper mines probably are the best may be diminished in size as its con-tin Europe, and a junction recently tents arc use'd has b'een patented. was made between German and Bui-, Therc'are more'than 3000 domes- garfan troops oseratlngJn the dliWctj ticated Smm. 'where thay afai located, THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for mater- nity- 'and surgical Gases (except contagious .diseases) and according to. (he: clr< cumstances of the patient. Poor patients cared for tree of charge Graduate nurees for private duty also provided For further panic uiari apply to the Nursing Mis- sion, 4l3 14th St. S. Phone 1233; (MIM) A. M. TIMey, Supervisor. (Mix) Rose Carturon, and. Nurw (MIM) J.T. Maekenile, Orad. Nurie Candidates The following is the list of car Herald's subscription contest, am (Name) icriptioQ Campaign. II Count for a Candidate (Address) in Contest didates so far nominated in -tie' ged in alphabetical order: MISS SUSIE BAKER, Alta MISS CBLESTIA. BENNETT, CIranbrook, B.C MRS O. H BENSON, Conjmercfe, Alta MRS. THOMAS JERNIBB, Firrft street South WALTER DULMAGE, Seven Ifersons, Alta MISS MISS SYLVIA EDWARDS, Tatfer, Alta. MISS ALVINA-GORHAM, Alts MISS EVA BUTTON, 614 SlxWl avenue South ROBERT HARDY, No 1 MRS 0. W. HALEY, Alta. MISS VELMA IMESON, Alta ROBERT LAOKENBY, Island MISS LYDri" MUNKW1TZJ Fernie, B C. MISS THELMA MoEACHjaRN, 63T Fourteenth street MRS L. S 123S Seventh avenue South MISS H1T4 MISS LULU NEILSON, Alta, MIgS SADIE NIVEN, Alta, MISS L Alta i MISS ANNIE Monarch, Alta. MISS ALICE Pincher Creek, Alta. iw Island, Alta. Deorlng, Alta SBLLEN3, 711 Seventh street A South. Macleod, Alta. lond, Alta. i.MRS PBAHL ROSS, MH3 JOHN MISS WINNIF-RE8) MISS LOUISE OEO T WRJDB, JOHN WRIdliT, lhardleville, Alta, MISS THELMA WHITE, Foremost, Alta; MISS Alta. In the course of week or go, when the candidates have had time to get a start and subscriptions the standlnc will be publfihed At ttftl the votes will be added about twice a week. It H not here to Into detailed Instructions to candi- dates All this bus been explained In perion or by letter New candi- dates entering wllll be given the'same information Every coffipeWtor who remains In the content (except the winner of the prliet) will be paid a certain per to standing at the of the contest After the first prize, commis- sion will be paid! In the following order Candidate stiandlng second, 40 per cent of the collections cent c! collections made five per cent of the made. per cent, of the collection! made.' prf-r cent, of the collections'made. All the renlialnlng active candidates will be paid 10 per cent of the money collected on Plenty At rlxm for more candidates; Nomination blink on anoth- er pace of today's Inue of the Herald.