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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel in Alberta Lemon Extract, concentrated, extra strong, only requires a few drops where ordinary kinds take a spoonful. Regular 25o. Special per bottle.................................. Parisien Essence, for browning gravies, soups, etc., special per bottle 15c Soapade; for softening water. Special, two packets for 15c. Pork and Beans, Llbby's, special 5 tins for .55c. Van Camps Spaghetti, Italian style, ready for use, put up in tins, regular 25c. per Special, 2 tins for.................----- 35c. Biscuits, Imported Butter Puffs, Currant Puffs, Butter Creams, Keil Fingers, Abrenathy, Ar- rowroot Wafers, Digestive, etc., Special per y, packet Soda Biscuits, Mooney's and McCormicks, fam- ily size. Regular 2Bo packet. Special, per packet...............................20e Rlijgeway's; 1 pound tins, regular 50c each. Ox Tongue; Clark's; 1H jound tins, regular 51.00 each. Special per tin ----...........85o Ox Tongue; In glass, Libby's, 134 pound tins; Regular ?1.25. Special.................51.10 Prepared' Bayles, very finest, screw top glass covers; extra special, each ..........20c Preserves; Tea Garden Brand; Raspberry, Lo- ganberry, Grape, Pineapple, Fig and Grape Fruit Marmalade; extra special per llj ounce, Preserved Fruits; Tea Garden; 20 oz. glass, Bing Cherries, Blackberries, Pineapple and Pears; extra special, per bottle ..........35c CHILI SAUCE; Heinz, extra special bottle. ..20c Som Mor Biscuits; very finest quality, made in Alberta; a shipment just in. Sodas, family size, each ...............................25C Sodas; small size, piahf or salted ...........10c Sweet Biscuits; pkts., per pkt. ...lOc these and you will want some more.) Apples; Jonathans; No. Is, per Apples; Jonathans; No. 2s, per Oranges; medium size; per dozen ..........45c Oranges; large size; per dozen ............65c Cornlcheon Grapes; per pound ..............20c ALBERTA GROWN IS THE TIME TO LAY IN A SUPPLY WHILE YOU CAN GET THEM BEETS, CABBAGE, TURNIPS, PARSNIPS, POTATOES, .ETC. SPECIAL PRICES ON QUANTITIES. TO OUT-OF-TOWN prepay freight charges to within 100 miles of Lethbridge on all Retail Orders of or over, with the exception of Sugar, Flour and Salt in Barrels. Write for our Special Price List. off- THE GOOD Ca Phone IZfl HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 Popularity :TM "DOR BEST" FIOUR enjoys is due only to the high standard of quality maintained and the moderate price at which it is sold. See your grocer about it NOW EUISON MULING ELEVATOR: GO, EAT LESS CITY AND DISTRICT Attractive Store J S Rose is being complimented on the e appearance of the front and show windows of his new store. MARKETS HIS THIRD OFFENCE Moves Family to Grassy Lake R. E. Weir, Grassy'Late manager of The ureaber over the Frame Prov oi the Woods elevator, is faces has been mostli cleared fine Ws ,amllj, there fcom Kilar- FORECAST 411 and ney, Han. Dr Stacpoole Sails Dr H B Stacpoole of Cardston, who has- joined the Army Medical corps, win sail .from Montreal today for the front. Visits Old Friends Hev. A. A. Lytle of Pincher Creek, and formerty of Lethbridge, gave some Get a Farm of Tour Own TAKE 20 YEAHS TO PAY If yon wish. The land will support yon for itselt An immense area of tie-most fertile land in West cm Canada lor sale low prices and easy terms, ranging from to irrigates lauds from Terms One-twentieth down, balance wfthin 23 jears In Irrigation districts, loan for farm .buildings, etc., up to also- repayable in twenty .st only 6 per cent Here is your op- portunlty to increase your farm hold ent togs br getting adjoining land, or se- to oe Present. cure vour friends as neighbors For literature and particulars apply to f. T. CAMERON, Oen'l Supt of Lands Dept of Natural Resources, C.P.R. CALGARY...... ALTA OR WILSON SKEITH Sherlock Building Lethbridge of his friends 'here -the pleasure of a call last night He motored up and returned tills morning. Carpet Ball The City Carpetball league will hold a meeting general organization, schedule, etc., tonight "at 8.30 eharp, in Mao e hall All teams are reojiested A Correction In last night's paper In the account of the selection of debaters for pro- Uncial contests, the name of Clar- ence Howe was given, instead of Ter- ete Horne FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Nov. and closing the' grain ex- changes today were Open Close Ncy'. V l.Oij- Dec. .r........................i >TH May KOir l.Qli Oats- NOT. 42f Dec.......... 37i 37J Nov............................ 66 Nov 1.75J Dec. 1.71i Mav 1.78i 1.78" CHICAGO WHEAT Dec ..........1.05J 1.011 May 1.05J 1.05i 'MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT 98i 98f May 1.02} WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat- No. 1 Nor............'....... No. 2 Nor........._........ No: 3 Nor. No. 4 Nor................... No. 5 Nor............ Oats- No. 2 C. .W.......... No. 3 C. W........... Extra No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 2 Peed Barley- No. 3 Feed Flal- No. l.N. W.-C. 1.04} l.Oli 96 91 85 iO} 38 63 58 1.74 1.714 "Safety First" Prompt and .intelligent before tlie arrival of avert? serious results which .are apt acci- depts or sudden illness. Every home should be provided with a few emergency remedies. We suggest: w Pure' Camphor Gum, Turpentine, Arnica, Linimentt, Court Plaster, Mustard, Bandages, "Absorbent Cotton, Etc. Let. "Safety be.your slogan. The Red Cross Drug Bcok Co., Limited Take a glais of Salt. If your' Back hurta or Bladder bothers. The American men and women must guard constantly against Kid- :ney trouble, because we eat too much !aud all our food is rich fllled with uric acid which the kid- neys strive to filter out, they weaken from overwork, become sluggish; the 'elimlnatlve tissues dog and the re- suit is kidney trouble, bladder weak- ,ness and a genedal decline in health. When your.kidneys feel like lumps of lead: your back hurts or the urine is cloudy, full of sediment or you are dbliged to seek relief, two or three times during the night; it you suffer with sick headache or dizzy, nervous spells, acid stomach, or you have rheumatism when the weather is bad, get from your pharmacist albout 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 one. This la- mous salts is made from the acid of "rapes and lemon juice, combined Petrograd, Nov. Suvorin, ed- itor of the Novoe Vremya, the chief newspaper of Russia, was fined i with "lithTa, and has been used for roubles with the alternative of a mouth's imprisonment for the of- fence of printing .an uncensored art- icle on "Problems of the Moment" This is Jr. Suvorm's third fine within three weeks A Connecticut inventor has patent- ed a cup-shaped cover for an incan- descent lamp t" temporarily lessen the glare of an automobile headlight. generations to flush clogged kidneys; to and "-stimulate neutralize the acids in the urine, so it no longer Is a source of irritation, thus ending blad- der disorders. Jad Salts cannot in- jure, makes a delightful effervescent lithia-water beverage, and belongs in every home, because nofbody can make a mistake by having f, good kidney 'Bushing any time. J. D Hig- Inibotham Co, Limited, Druggists. We Should Like to Talk Furnace to You George B, Dixon CO, Sheet Metal Contractors Roofing, Lighting, Cornice and Sky Lighti, Furnace -Work PHONE 1057 P.O. BOX 634 Office: Rear of Stafford Block BORN Mr. and -Mrs. L. S. Ripley, on Wednesday, November, 3rd, a son. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Shahtz, 518 8th St. south, a son. SAY3 RYAN OVER-INDULGED Ottawa, Ont, Nov. -Minister of Militia was asked today as tojhe reasons for court martialiing of Lieut.- _ Col Ryan of the 6th Mounted Rifles. "I have received no official he said, "But I heard that Ryan over- indulged in Prance on one occasion. I want to say that he was a particular- _ ly fine officer, and at Ijlllefontein, 111 South Africa, he distinguished him- self as have'done." 'SPECIAL NOTICE To The Members of 39th Battery On soil after October 25th, every member or the above battery will be welcome at my sit for a high class portrait, any style ABSOLUTELY FREE _ to- take advantage of this offer. A. EVLYN SMITH HIGH CLASS PORTRAITURE Studio 906 Third Avenue S Ntxt to Baptist Church Sunday at Wesley Church The quarterly communion and ce-tion service of Wesley church will i follow the evening service next Sun- LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY day, when the pastor gives the third: of his evening series, the subject be-; 56.00 cows ing. "The Cross Its Meaning and! Chicago-H Mysters" The morning sermon will. S6.00-J10.3o. be: "A Message to Men of Affairs." The'choir will repeat the music of last Sunday's musical service. n, teiIers-W.25 ogs cattle, LOCAL MARKETS _ _, LOCAL GRAIN PRICES May Form Art Club wamn oricea- A project Which will meet with the P 81 approval of the art lovers of Leth-Qats 30 bridge Is contemplated by the form- Barle ation of an Art club, which will meet. one night a week for mutual work i and criticism A cordial invitation to all interested is extended, and full 43 145 details can be secured from F. J. Money RETURN MAIL For. Cream nn handle more Cream, and win pay cub at once for every shipment, .Cryittl Dairy .Jin it (will, prices: Wheat 88t Oats 36} Soarees, care of Jas S. Hose, Fifth 52-J street South, B Barrowman, 'Cityi e'lvVr'r- PRiC- "on HAY Sign Works, or A. D Smith, photo- No x timothy, haled, ton........ 10.00 grapher, Third avenue South. S.2., A Wrong. Impression In the. article published in yester- day's Herald regarding the statement of O. R- Marnoch on-the crop estimate for this .year, the impression was in- advertently conveyed that the state- ment was that as much grain had al- ready shipped this yesr as had been raised altogether in 1313. The statement was that more than halt the amount of grain raised in 1913 had I already -been shipped. Mr. Marnoch, i ho is known as a man who is sure! of Ms facts before he speaks, states i Lo the Hera'd that hi? information is absolutely authentic, and from what he that the esti-j mite of grain yield of cars need- ed for large an It Is, will be i fur aeetdtd. No ralfalfa, baled, ton No. 1 Bluejoint Mixed, ton 9.25 BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per cwt., Jl.OO. Beets, per cwt., 51.00. Turnips, per cwt., 75c. Potatoes, per ton, ?10 to 12. Parsnips, .per cwt. Cabbage, per cwt., 75c. to Jl.OO. Livestock 5nd Poultry Choice steers, Sj-SJc. Fat cows, 'IJ-5C. Sheep_Choice killing wethers, 6J. Choir? CV.TN ujc. Select hogs, 160-250 Ibs., Jc. Live poultry, sprlneers, I5c. Ib. Live 10-12C, Dressed Fowl, 14c. Fresh gathered- eggs, doz. No. 1 FarmerJ' dairy butter, HiGINBOTHAMS' Russian Mineral An effective laxative. and in- uatinal lubricant; odorlen, tatteless, harmless. Does not gripe. Splendid for children Bottles. CITY AND DISTRICT Twtnty Thousand Busheli At least bushda of wheat will be marketed by Jos. Mussclinan from the Krug farm south of Grassy Lake. The average yield was better than 35 bushels per acre. Curlers Tonight The annual meeting of the Leth- bridge Curling club will take placa this evening, at thosBoard of Trade building at ,8.30 o'clock, or after the I Home. Guard meeetlng. A tiM turn-1 out of inemiwn to ivquetML What to Will Buy to is about the right price to pay for a Suit or Overcoat but some men get more for their monejr than-others. When they consider the price they ought to pay for a Suit they consider the make as well. We show at a price'from to only wearing quality, hut style and every detail that the man who wants to spend that amount should have. We give the best for these prices that can possibly ba produced, and when we sell a garment we know it will give satisfaction. Many special price reductions throughout our store i'or Saturday. COME TO THE STORE OF BETTER VALUES AND A LARGER ASSORTMENT. The "2" M's McKELVIE A Mr.OUIRE. THE LAROEfct EXCLUSIVE MEN'S STORt IN SOUTHERN KIRKHAM BLOCK, ALBERTA. LETHBRIOOC. ;