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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT, LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best a flay hotel in Hlberte When Through Flirting You Will Settle Down With The Taylor Maid We Are Unload ng a Car of Extra Fine B. C. Apples Today THE CAR CONSISTS OF GRIMES GOLDEN, JONATHANS, SPITZENBERGS, WAGNERS, RUS- NO. 2s; ANY Per Case THE GOOD CO Store: Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 DANCE On Fri. Evening Next November 12th AT PERCJVAL'S THEATRE COALHURST Neefls Orchestra LETHBRIDGE, WILL FURNISH THE MUSIC LADIES FREE Pasteurized and Carefully Handled The Crystal Dairy Co PHONE 1576. Red Croti Notei The Red' Cross Society gratefully acknowledges one hundred yards of surgical gauze from J. D. Higinbptham Co., and one parcel of old liaen Welling Relief society. The Red Cross'society are in need of two more sewlag machines. If aiiy- to lend a machine would "phone--410 or 1S70, it -will be called for. Board of Trade Luncheon' The regular Board of" Trade lun- cheon, win he held tomorrow at 12.30 it the letbbridgc Hotel New Oil Company Notification of the incorporation of the Cethbridge-Cardstbn On -Corn- Limited, is contained in the I current Issue of the Alberta Gazette. The company has a capitalization of Though the head oftice is at i Lethnridge, the company is composed mainly of Cardston business men, who have formed a company to devel- !ppe certain ori leases they have se- cured in'that district. 10 Sil ILL Calgarr, Alta., Nov. 10. How E. Buck, president ol the Diamond Oil Co., planned to "salt" the company's well in May, 1014, before thb big oil ioom broke in Calgary was told in (he witness box this morning by Norman A. Fletcher, a fornur employee of the company who was called to give evi- dence for the prosecution in the charge ol conspiracy and making false statements which the Crown has brought against Buck. Fletcher says the company was very hard up at that time and Buck said something must be- done to get money. He pro- posed salting the well with a com- pound ot crude oil, gasoline and dis- tillate Fletcher antl Beattie, another employee, refused to te implicated, feVug exposure. Buck, Fletcher al- leges went to the well on a certain date after buying the suppli.s men- tioned and when witness saw him later he said it .had come out all right. Tie plan was to take repre- sentatives of two Calgary papers which were favorable to tbe oil boom to the well and them come out with a big story of the "discovery which would mean .a big sale of stock Counsel for defence failed to shale- Fletcher's stary materially. Cross-examination is continuing to- day. j Notorious Character Aggie Swain, the handsome half- breed woman who, according to yes- terday's Calcary papers, was sup- posed to ha-e been murdered in Cal- gary this week, was a well known character to .the local police, having at one time run a lady's.barber shop here, and having a somewhat lengthy record in the local police court. She left here some months ago to go to Calgary. At Hanna, Alta., on Wednesday, Oct. 27, Mr. Will Hanna, was married to 0liTe May Coulter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rpbt. Coul- ter, of Carmangay. ______ PRIVATE CHRISTMAS CARDS In-sending Xmas Cards It Is much nicer to send a Card that Is distinctly on which your name and address is engraved. See our Samples and place your orders now. Prices are much lower than formerly and selections mucl greater. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., State Funeral For Sir Chas. Tupper Arranged Ottawa, Ont., Nov. Smith, sergeant-at-arms at the House of i Commons, arrived in the capital to make arrangements in connection .with the funeral of Sir Charles T.up- per at Halifax next week. He expects ithat the special train will leave on Saturday or Sunday next, and that quite a number of men prominent in j.the public life of the country will at- 1 tend the obsequies at Halifax. The funeral being a state affair, the House of Commons mace will be taken to Halifax, aud will he carried behind ,the hearse. The time'the mace left Ottawa was when it was carried at the funer- al of Sir John Thompson, -who died at Windsor Castle, and was accorded a state funeral at Halifax. BIG" MEETING TO OPEN Patriotic Campaign Fund In the City of Lethbridge On Friday Evening HON. KOIBEBT of Public Works in the Federal Government, will be the speaker of the even- ing, and -will discuss the-war and the part Canada is taking in the struggle. Place.of meeting will-be announced tomorrow. YOUR GRAIN SHIPMENTS WILL BE WELL LOOKED AFTER IF YOU USE THE FARMER'S PIONEER COMPANY Our interests in a wide territory around Letlibridge are being looked after by C. R. Daniel. Gall on him, or use tlie phone when you want grain prices or infor- mation. 1245; HOUSE R-115 Prompt Returns Literal Advances Top Prices Contains the active principles, oi! fresh Cod Livers combined with Peptonate of Iron and Pure Native Wine. lomc We have been'appointed the exclusive selling agents foi this well known preparation in this territory. Sf.OO 'Ae Store MARKETS WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Nov. and closing prices on the grain, ex- changes today were Open Close Nov 1.00} Dec. 95J May '.'.'...................i...... jjov............................ 41J -10J Dec......................... May Mi Nov............................ 69 Flax- No 4 1.S3 1.88 Bee'. 1.81 1.811 May 1-87 1'.89 i CHICAGO WHEAT flee. 1.03} '.-WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Lecture on "Great War" A lecture on "The Great War" will be given at the Christian church on Thursday night toy Rev. M. B. Ryan of Calgary, illustrated -with lantern views. There will be a silver'offer- ing, ana the proceeds -wilt be divided equally with the Patriotic Fund of this city. Improving Intake 'Much-needed improvement of the in: take of the "cltjr waterworks system I at the river bottom, is being carried out by Commissioner Grace of the Public "Works department, which when will result in a steadier and. improved water supply. The city is of'course, at the present time, to consider the installa- tion of an entirely new system. Eighth Anniversary The Sons of England, are celebrat- ing their eighth anniversary In their hall to which the Kentish, as- sociation has been 'invited Patriotic addresses, songs ana a oarpetball match between teams of the societies are on the programme. Allinembers urged to be present at 8 o'clock Popular.Men Enlist Two members of George Kerr St. Co's staff joined the colors this week. Fred Simm and A. J. Davidson, who have been with the company almost since the business was commenced, enlisted with the 39th Battery. Mr. S'mm has been prominent in foot- ball circles, having been captain of the Overseas, when that club won the citT championship. "Fred" was al- ways popular witn the fans and his military life will be watched many mends. __________ RUINS No. ,1 Nor................... No. a No. 3, Nor................... No. 4', Not................... No. 2 G. W................. No. 3 W. Extra No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feeti V Su. 3 No. 4 .i................ Feed ....X............ No. 1 N. W. Ci No. 2 C. 103 l.OOt 90t 40J 38i 70k 59 1.88 1.85 We Should Like to Talk Furnace to You George R. Dixon Sheet Metal Contrition Raofing, Oat Lighting, Cornlel and Sky Llghtt, furnact Work PHONE 1057 P. p. BOX 534 Office: Rear of Stafford Block Pentecostal Convention 'The. meetings at the Baptist church on-Fifth avenue North, are increasing in-'Interest'and'power. Evangelist George De Ellion of Ha-wkhurst, Sask., arrived this.morning to assist in the meetings, and more haie come from other' joints in -Alberta, Come and sea the wonderful -works of God-' Ser- vices each afternoon .and evening. PURITV FLOUR "More Bread and Better Bread LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary! HDgs, stesrs, cows heifers, 55.25. Chicago: Hogs, Ijj6.35-t7.o6; cattle, t6.00-nO.35. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL Wagon prices: Wheat.................. 81 Oats Flax 30 43 145 Brunches ml REGINA.SASK CALOARY.ALTA Winnipeg Manitoba i Agency NEWWESIMWSIER BrilithColumbii Girls-if you want plenty of thick beautiful, glossy, silky hair, do by a means get rid oE dandruff, for it wi starve your naif and -mm it if >ou It doesn't do much good to try to brush or -wash it out. The only sure way to get rid 'of dandruff is to dis- solve it, then you destroy it entirely. To