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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HER Then the Grocer says it's just as good as TAYLOR MADE he doubts your judgment NEW SEASONS' GOODS JUST IN Mince Meat, Queen Olives In Bulk, Emperor Grapes, Kootenay K. C. .Strawberry Jam, Florida Grape Fruit, Cleaned Currants In Packages and In bulk, Table Figs, Poel -in Libby's Sliced Pineapple, Hotel Windsor tat California Comb Honoy, etc. Mince Meat, .Empress Brand, IV very high grade article, 1C 02. glass, each 25c 4 !b. Enamel lined tins, each Queen Olives, in bulk, per. Imperial measure pint 30c. Florida Grape Fruit, large slzo.............. 15c Cranberries, per pound................... 15c. Emperor Grapes, the large red ones from Calif- ornia, packed in cork, for winter use. Price per pound 20c- California White Clover Honey in the comb, per section Hot House Cucumbers, each 20c California Tomatoes per ID................ 15c Sweet Potatoes, 4 Ibs for.............----. 2Sc. Kootenay K. C.% Strawberry is quite as good in thy jam as this is. In ..pound palls, each 95c. Cleaned Currants, Victoria Cross Brand, 16 03. packets, each....................'........ 15c "Table Figs, California, layers, per Ib. .J.... 20c. Mixed Peel, in lib. boxes, sliced" ready for use Price each..................I........ 30c. Hawaiian Sliced Size Is, 3 tins for 350 Size 2s, 2 tins for....................... 45c Size 2 tins for 65c. finest assortment you ever saw ranging in price from to per case. Save doc- tor's bills by eating more apples. Special 5 box Assortment as advertised Monday and yesterday Office: THE GOOD CO. Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 YOU it in your kitchen Supply it on the Flour BIJKDETT Burnett, Alta.. Nov. enjoy- able dance was given on Friday night, under .the "auspices of the Soldiers' Aid.'; The sum of 'was added to the Red Cross Fund. A. Goodyar met with a painful ac- cident.: oh Saturday afternoon. The wagon in wiiK.n he wan riding collid ed with anotner one, and he had thfc j misfortune to lose a finger I opened a law office On-.Main'street. Gr Mercer, the teacher here, has qualified in "first and has re- ceived a certificate from the St. ohn Ambulance association 1 Notwithstanding the -wintry w eather we have had thresh Ing is Etill going on around here .There IB still quite a lot of threshing to be done south of Burdett, and from ail appearances it -will not be done by Christmas. MARKETS GEN. SAM'S NEPHEW KILLED Ottawa, Ont, Nov cable ad tensed, to Sir Sam Hughes, received here today, announces that Lieut "Chester Hughes of No 6 Field Com- pany 'Canadian has been killed in action, laeut. Hughes was a eon of Hughes, -former inspector ot public sonodls for Toronto, and a nephew of-the Minister ot Militia The cable did not give anv details ag to the death of Lieut Hughes THE CAUSE OF ANEMIA It is universally known that iron is B very important element of the blood and lack of tt is the direct cause of tun-down conditions and anaemia It may" interest our readers to know that druggists J D Higmbotham Go, Ltd, of this city, have in Vinol a reliable constitutional remedy for such, conditions Vinol supplies iron to the blood in its most soluble state, there's the nourishing proper beef peptone and the medicin- al curative extractives of fresh cod liven, without oil, all dissolved In native tonic wine That's -what makes Tlnol so successful in_ overeommg run-dawn and. anfflmic conditions REPORTED DEAD German Crown Prince Open 104% 103 37U 39% WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Nov. and closing prices on the Winnipeg grain exchange today were as fol- lows' Wheat- November December May........ Oats- November December May November........ G3U Flax- November 1S9 December........ 186 May........... 132 Closing Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern........ No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern-.. No. 4 5......... No. 6......... Feed..... Red Winter. No. 1 Hed Winter No. 2 Red WintervNc. 3 No. 2 C. W............ No. 3 C. W. Ex No IFeed.......... No. 3............... No. 4............... Rejected..... Flax- No IN W C No 2 C W. Chicago Wheat Open December 104% Ma> 106% Minneapolis Wheat December........ 103% Close 103 103 40% 37 39 1S9 190% 103 loots 96 91 102 89% 95 40% 59 53 92 189 186 Close 103% 105% 99V- 102% DON'T LEAVE YOUR XMAS GIFTS TO THE LAST MINUTE Cail tit Smith's Studio and make an appointment for a sitting today, There is nothing more ac- ceptable than a portrait of your- o1- children for Christmas Gifts. A. EVLYN SMITH HIGH CLASS PORTRAITURE Studio 906 Third Avenue S. Next to Baptist Church CITY AND DISTRICT T. L, C. To Meet A meeting of the Trades and La- bor Council will be held tomorrow night at B o'clock. A-full attendance is requested. Medicine Hat Campaign The Patriotic Fund campaign in Medicine Hat is to ne opened next Tuesday evening, with a public meet- ing addressed by Hon. A. L. Sifton, Alberta and W. A. Buch- anan, JLP. i.O.O.F. Meeting Lethbridge Encampment, No. 7, I.O. O.F., will meet.iii the Oddfellows' hall tomorrow evening for the election of officers. All 'members are requested to be ipresent. Tisiting members are welcome. BUENT LEATHER GOODS These lines which are now all ready for your inspection, and include: Cushion Covers, Hand Bags, Table Covers, Glove Cases. Tobacco Pouches, Tie Holders Whisk Holders, Pipe Racks, Snap Shot Albums, Post Card Albums Pin Book Covers, These lines make very at- tractive, useful and novel Xmas Gifts. They are easily and safely packed for mailing. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY The Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited Pasteurized and Carefully Handled The Crystal DairyCo. PHONE 1576. it wi Ellison Pay You ltd. Don't Want Sampk Market in Place of Free Wheat LIVESTOCK YESTERDAY Calgary Hogs, 5825, ateers, cows, heifers, J525 Chicago Hogs, cattle, I5.SO-J10.30. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wason prices: Wheat' Oats Barley 80 26 38 J Mas. Track prices: Wheat 85 Oats Flax BUYING PRiCl riAY. Xo 1 timothi, baled, ton 1000 No 1 alfalfa, baled ton 9 2-> No 1 BlueJovnt 825 Mixed, too 9 25 Livestock and Poultry .Choice steers, 5J-5JC. Fat cows, 4l-5c Liihng aethers, 6} Kheep-'-CtiDir? killine Select hogs, -150-250 fts., 7Jc. Live poultry, springers, 15c. !b. Live fowl, 10-12c. Dressed poultry Fowl, 14c. Fresh-gathered cens, 40c. doz. Iso 1 farmers' dairy butter, 30. SUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Cattots, per, cwt.. Beets, per cwt 00. Turnips, per cwt 75c Potatoes, per ton, to Par-nips, per cwt 50 Cabbage, per cwt 75c to 00 Well-Known Here News -was received yesterday that Private J. -Miller, "A" Company, 8th Black Watch, -had been- hilled in" the battle.of Loos on September 25. While Miller had. never visited. Leth- bridge, his are very well known here; his mother, four sisters and two brothers having .lived here for a num- ber of years His younger brother has also joined the colors, now being with the 63rd Battalion at Edmonton. Private Miller was called ;up early in the war from the National Reserve, and was sent to the front.in May. He took his share in the usual .routine of trench work, and was .one the Scot- tish Brigade, Irno led the brilliant charge, "wbicn resulted Li the capture of tbe village of Loos, and the en trenchments on .Hill 70. He leaves a widow and" two children in London, England, to mourn his loss. Buy fonr Stocker and Feeder Cattle At LETHBRIDGE STOCK YARDS WE HAVE ON HAND-TODAY Twtrrly-flve 2 and 3 year old heifers. ytarllng and two-year old stetrs. rOvH MOISTERED DURHAM BULLS THURSDAY, will have hsrs 150 head of choice yearlings. We can handle your hogs at Calgary prices HATCH LEWJS Live Stock Stock Yards CONFERENCE OF WESTERN PREMIERS -Edmonton, Alta., Nov. Arthur, L. Sifton, of Alberta, announces that.a .conference between representatives of Alberta, Manitoba and Saskatchewan governments, is to be held at Winnipeg some time tins month, to discuss the establishment of inter provincial institutions for the blind deaf and dumb, and for thosa who, while mentalls unbalanced, are not actually.'insane. "IT PAYS TO LIVE A CLEAN LIFE" This Is the title of a little book- let issued by the manufacturers of Adler-i-ka, a few excerpts .from which follow. Get one It's worth while reading. If want to "enjoy good health, you must your bowels clean It Is'fSr more important than washing your face or brushing your ;teeth. The mere fact that your how: pis move once a day (unless they move thoroughly) is not a sign that they are clean. If you to -be sure they are clean, and if you want to get the old decaying matter out, of >our system, take ONE DOSE of Adler-i-ka. This simple remedy cleans bowels so Thoroughly you; will be astonished at all the old mat- SPOONFUL .of Adler-i-ka will drain off. Some of this foul matter may have been in your system, a long, long time, making you i feel .tir- ed and sick Once you are rid of these old accumulations a 'great change wil] Hake place in tie condition of. your .health. money back if fails of result. 9f% -fcv The Store Alta., Nov. west- ern grain growers are agreed that the farmers will-not accept sample markets as a substitute for freo wheat That is said J. A. Speakinan, president of the United Farmers of Alberta, in an Interview with- the Morning- Albertan .yesterday. statement was highly significant in face of "the declaration of Hon. Robert Rogers, minister of the interior, made at LethbridES last week, that he thought sample markets would more beneficial- -to -tho- farmers .than free wheat: Jir. Speakman als.p made public for London, occupation o! .Podgacie, about fivi miles from tbe river, a slight ad varice'east of that place. It is as- serted the-ad vantage gamed bj Teutonic forces in this region is due Huns Reinforced on Eastern Front APPLl store see t are 1 Geo. R. Dixon Co. [FURNACE WORK Sheet Metal Contractors Roofing, Gas Lighting. Cornice id Sky Lights. HONE 1057 P. O. BOX 534 Rear of Stafford Block BUSINESS LOCALS SHOW at Geo.-Kerr Co's still on You are invited to display of the varieties we 284-J BORN (view Robert-Rogers, .when the Canadian .Council of Agriculture was meeting, at.. Winnipeg, and that an attempt had been made then to laj the ghost' of "sample markets to tharmal from long ago thrown overboard br grain other sections of the eastern front, I growers ot the west, as militating ag and artillery brought up bv the i amst the ultimate .interests of the railroads From conflicting reports ot may be seen that the east hank farmer Hon Mr Rogers, however, inform the Styr ib held bj Russians while lea the agricultunsls (hat the Cabinet the battle lor the crossing st.ll is un I had the matter of free n heat under decided caieful consideration, that the con elusion had beet} .reached that an or "would not be sufficient ONE DISTRICT TO DECIDE FATE St Johns, Nov. one more to be' heard from, and then the fate of the proppped measure prohibiting the sale or manufacture of liquor in the island of Newfoundland will be known. to the'' State to cooperate' in removing the wheat barrier, and that the whole matter -would -have to be de- cided by parliament He pointed out that there was. a sessjon due in Janu ary According to this free wheat is St Barbe must glie 685 to carrj ure. prohibition ior the whole island The not a probability of the er> near Cut possibilities are close, but m prohi bition circles the opinion appears to he general that St Barbe will giie more than the required number of votes Fortune Bay district gave 1091 foi prohibition, and 110 against Twlllingate dcclarea -5002 for and 357 against INVITED TO CITY TEMPLE Nov. unanimous vote, at a meeting m the Citj Temple, last night, it was decided to invite the Rev Hugh Black, professor of practical theology in the Union Theo- 14 SUPER-DREADNOUGHTS ADDED .TO. .BRITISH FLEET London, -Nov. Daily Eft- orpss this mornfng announces it is authorized to state that since the be- j ginning of Jne war fourteen batfie ships and battle, cruisers, all super dreadnoughts, have rjeen added to tliei British fleet, as well as a large her of minor'warehips, designed meet the demands'-which have oped during the course of the gr The.statement is significant in view of the renorts so mdustnallv circulated m the United States. On Hie principle ot the stop waj is a clock invented to enable perr logical Seminary, New York, to accept using telephones to tell exactly j the pastorate. I amount of time consumed in The Weather a Year Ago Today Maximum 27, .Minimum 'ber Laxative Bromo Quinine cures a cold in one das There is only one "Bromo Quinine Look for signa ture E. W. GROVE. :25c. For signalling i pocket (lash light has been invented .with, interchange- able colored lenses mounted on one end of a movable arm._____________ SERBS MARCHING THROUGH USKTJB HE GETS IRON CROSS Crown Printe of Saiony ho gets the fln( elait Iron Cross XMAS. Our Stock of Cards is vojy larjic and now is the time to make yoar to send abroad. For soldisri at the front we have fountain pens from 91.25 up or Memo Books at all prices, ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE DANCE Will be Held in BURGMANN HALL Every Thursday night. Dancing from 9 till 12 GENTS 50c. LADIES FREE Whist Drive The ladies of the Orange LoSge will hold a Whist Drive Tomorrow IN THE S. O. E. HALL 11 Proceeds to be given to the Fund. (JERHARD- HEINTZMANI PIANX ------AGENTS------ Armstrong worth _____ Is one of the places Ilkelv to bo fioro allW.succees In Serbia is followei tip mccesifi ;