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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor M. ty Mil liNLvb Taylor Made of Alberta" and "Mothers Material--The Cream of Alberta Wheats The Design-To NEW QUARTERS FOR DRY GOODS STORE For the -convenience of her customers and .to better care for increasing business, Mrs. Street her Dry Goods Store to 318 13th Street 2forth. Home Guard Regimental Orders In future when t'e Home Guard alarin is sounded all members will .it- port to headquarters direct; also j drivers of cars attached to the Aut-c-i mobile Squadron will please obtain Money-Saving Week-end Specials at Good's Quality Goods With Money-back Guarantee ONTARIO last this sea- son: per basket .........................36c Or 3 for have always had a reputation for handling the finest and Fresh Fruits of all kinds, and the quality have this year is as fine as we have ever had. Two carloads direct from the packer. Spec- ial prices this week end: NO. 1 perfect, good size, highly colored. Special per NO. 2 little smaller than the others but otherwise Just as good. Special per case NO. 1 GRIMES fine eating apple. Tastes something like a pear. Special per case..................52.20 NO. 3 cooking they are" Just as good as No. Is. Per SANDPIT heavy, Kings. Wag- ners, Salome and Cox's Orange, all fine cookers. Special per crate and mealy, per cwt........-75c pounds for ..................25c Per pounds for .....................25c Per pounds for ..................25c Per cwt...............................i..90c' hard winter stock, 20 lbs..25c Per RED pounds for........----25c Per B. C. pounds for Per frosu lot of the Sterling Brand Just In. Large size, good quality: special per lb.19c TABLE stock, per Ib.ZOc S ounce pkts, 2 lor........................25c NEW site, 3 Ibs NEW EVAPORATED IDS for. .250 NEW EVAPORATED IDS for. .35c very finest, 3s; 2 for. .25c 6 for...........-55c Food, per tin..................10c Early June, very sweet and tender. 5 tins for........................55o Moyens, 2 for...............25c regular 2 for 35c; spec- ial. 7 tins for '.....................-'......S1-00 Brand, 2s, in heavy syrup: Special 7 tins for.......................S1-00 GREEN GAGE heavy syrup; Special, 9 tins RASPBERRIES, STRAWBERRIES and PIT- TED in heavy syrup- s' tins for................................35o Label; 2 bottles for ........55c CHILI apscial per "bottle... .20c PARISIEN per bottle. :...15c Cross, 20. ounce Sweet Mixed, special.each ................25c CHILI SAUCE and med- ium, special per'bottle .'..................15c per bottle BRICK Cream, Swiss. Ship- ments in every week; per pound .........25c To Threshers and other Large We issue special Price Lists to quantity buyers and we prepay freight on Betail Orders for or over to within 100 miles of Lethbridge with, the exception of Sugar, Flour.and Barrel Salt. On these items a small charge is made to cover freight charges. If interested send lor price list. THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES FhcEel271 Phone 525 enjoys is due only to the high quality maintained and the moderate price at which it is sokLS.ee your grocer about it ....NOW ELLISON ELEVATOR CD, CREAM FOR CATARRH OPENS UP MOSTRILS Tells flow To Get Quick Relief from Head-Colds. It's Splendid! THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES mobile squadron Wlm-ires, Man, Nov. ll.-Openmg from the Transport Officer the eiact and closing prices on the gram er- trouble location before leaving the chant es todav were city. The Home Guard will meet in front Xov............................ of the headquarters oh Friday even- Dec......................... ing at'7.30 sharp without rifles. The Jlay _...... Guard will march in a oouj-tu-the 1'aiestic Theaire at 8.15 from the -Nov............_.......... Chinook cluh for the purpose of at-1 Dec. tending the great Patriotic meeting. I Srats wIH 'he reserved for the occa s'oa. It is important that every mem her be present together with the driv- ers attached to the automobile squad- Dec................. ron, who will fall in and march withj Hay RICEg the Guard to the theatre. By order? WINMPEC. C4SH PRlOtb of the I ------OFFICER COMMANDING. No. 1 Nor. I No. 2 Nor No. 3 Nor........ CITY AM) DLSTUICI Open Close I.02J 1.03J 871 97f l.Oli l.bli 41 40i 37 37i 691 69t For Red Crasc The employees of the Lethbridge Collieries have remitted a sum of S77. 50 to. the treasurer, and intend for- warding a similar amount each -month. New Manager j W. J. Donohue of Toronto; and long connected with Mason Risch; Ltd., has-come to take' over the manage- ment of the Lctibridge branch. A fine lot of new pianos have been hroiijrht. in the store enlarged. 1.89 1.88 1.87} 1.81 1.88} C.O.F. Meeting The regular meeting of the Canad- lan Order of Foresters -will he held in the K. of P. Hall at 8 o'clock tonight. 2m Initiation and other important busi- ness. Eed Winter No 1 _ Mo. 2 j CARD OF THANKS Smith and lamilv of Warner, 3 wish to express to their many friends th JT Eincere syjn- 2_c. W pathy many kindnesses shown J.TO 3 Q w- them during their recent bereavement, Extra No. 1 Feed and to 'especially thank those from j-0 j f-eed "whom came floral offerings. j Barley Emeline Sniith. 3 1.05 1.02 97 97i 98} 1.00 1.01 41 40 4fl Carmanpay to Have Bin The Patriotic Fend campaign at rinrniiiTiijav, wiK be commenced nest Wednesday evening, with a-big mass mcetinsr to be addressed by Dr..C..F. P. foni'hoarc. R-.p end W. A. Buch- anan, H.P., of Lethbridge. LOCALS Mrs.'Street has removed her Dry Goods store from 1319 1st Ave. N., to 318 13th St. North. 281-ls No. 4 H-jccted Crystal Dairy Ltd. 85 J- 60 60 Flax- No. IN. .W. 0. 1.371 No. 2 C. CHICAGO WHEAT Dec. l.Olj 1 05J- 1 04j MINNEAPOLIS Dec..................... 981 98 J Jlay l.OH 1.02} LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calsary: Steers, cows, Hogs, heifers, S535. Chicago: Hogs: J9.40-I6.95; cattle, J9.50-J10.40. LOCALJARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon prices: Wheat 82 DANCE Oa Fri. Evening Next November 12th AT PERCIVAL'S THEATRE COALHURST V Jfeeds Orchestra HTHBRIIWJI, WILL FURNISH MUSIC LADIES Oats 30 Barley 43 .Flai............ T-icls prices: Wheat Oats.........'. Flax............................ 151 Barley......................... 52} BUYING' PRIG- For HAY No. 1 timothy, baled, ton 10.00 No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton 9.25 No. 1 Blnejolnt.......... 9.25 Misted, ton 9.25 .Livestock ard Poultry Choice steers, Fat cows, killing wetberi, 6J. killing eives, 5Jc. Select hogs, 150-250 Ibs 7c. Live poultry, springers, 16o. Ib. Live fowl, 10-12C. Drepsed 14c. Fresh gathereri ezzs, 40c. doz. No. 1 Farmcri' dairy butter, 26c. BUYING PhlC-S FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, -uw cwt.. per civt-, 51.00 Turnips, per cwt., 75c. ton, J10 to ?I2. Parsnips, per cwt. per to J1.00. Boxes Reserved At tomorrow night's patriottc meet- ine-, the bores at. the the theatre are reserved for the Commis- sioners and their wives, and thoss oa -the left for ladfes of the executives of ths I.O.D.E. Red Cross. VVsrner Carnpaion Opens W. A. Buchanan, opens the Patriotic Fund campaign in the -War- ner district, at a Dig mass meeting in the town of Warner on Saturday ev- i Warner constituency is allott-.' ed raise, and-F.-S. Leffing- wel! is starting out. to orsanize all parts of-the district. Thrown From Herie Mrs. Third avenue South, has received word from the Red Cross headquarters that her son D. C. Mclndoe, who enlisted -with. the 20th Battery, and was in the draft which went over to England. with Lieut. McLelland, was thrown from his horse, and received internal, in-' iiTies. He is now in Moore Barracfes Hospital, Shorncliffe. Since goin? to England he -had .been transferred to the 30th Battery. Pentecottal Convention i j At the convention yesterday at the Frptist church on Fifth avenue North, Evangelist George F. -Ellion i preached two stirring sermons. 'full gospel of, salvation, healing and the baptism of the Holy Ghost is he- ing preached daily, afternoon and ev- ening. The Second Coming of Christ is also strongly .emphasized. To.ur presence is earnestly desired. PRIVATE CHRISTMAS In tending Cards It Is much to mend a.Card that la distinctly on which your'name and address is engraved. f See our Samples and place your orders nqw4 much lower than formerly and selections mud greater. The Red Cross Drag B ok To., Limited WEATHER Max. Lethbridge, fair 26 Edmonton, cloudy.... 18' ;Ca'.gary, clear.. 2'S i Medicine Hat, fair 30 !Prince Albert, clear.. 48 (Battleford, fair...... 26 Moose Jaw, cloudy 31 I Swift Current, snow 20 Winnipeg, cloudy.... 36 IQu'Appelle, snow..- 28 fair.. 42 3o Kamloops 26 Penticton 34 Grand Forks 31 The weather over the .prairie, prov- inces-has been partly fair and quite cold in Alberta and Saskatchewan. Forecast Manitoba and Saskatchewan: Snow flurries, but generally fair and cold today and on Friday. Alberta: Fair and cold today, and on Friday. 9 Min. 6 10 4 20 .28 10 13 10 28 :I4 38 2IJ 16 1? 19 In one minute' your clogged nos trils will open, the air passages of your head will clear and you can breathe freely. NoJ more hawking, snufflingc headache, dryness. No struggling for breath at night; our cold or cattarh will be gone. Get a' small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm from your druggist now. Apply a little of this fragrant, antiseptic, healing cream in your nostrils It penetrates through .every -air passage of the head, soothes the inflamed or swollen mucous membrane and relief comes instantly. fine. Don't alurfed-up nasty catarrh, Relief comes 'so D. Higinbotham Co, ments CITY' AM) DISTRICT SATURDAY SOAP SPECIAL Violet and Rose lac Per Cake 2 for 25c HOUSEHOLD SOAPS For Ordinary 8 CAKES'FOR 25c ''he Maps for Schools The attention of the department of the Interior having recently been drawn to the fact that a number of_____ schools throughout western Canada are lacking'in maps Illustrative of, MOTHER'S the general topography of the prov-j ince of Alberta, etc., the Hon. Dr. Store DEATH PARTLY Tfl BLAME TO BLAME S .O. Great success attended the eighth anniversary of the Pride of Alberta lodge1 of the Sons of-England, which took Tplace last evening in the S.O.E. hail, over 10 guests being present. The members .of the Kentish association were :the'guests of the evening, a friendly game of carpetball being play- ed between the two lodges. The men of-Kent1 were successful in winning the first- game, but their hosts, the S.O.B., were the winners of the sec- ond and final games. Bro. D. H. Elton gave a -very inspiring patriotic ad- dress. Songs by E. 'Faunch, G. Lee, A Shipman, F. Steele, H. Dunk, W. Hawkins, C. Westley and D H. Elton the programme, after which refreshments were-served. A pleas ing close to the evening's entertain- ment .was the adjournment to the sta- tion to: give the engineer recruits an enthusiastic send-off. Lethbridge Art Club A large and enthusiastic meeting of the, Lethbridge Art club was held last tnlght, when-final arrangements were I made for the opening night, Tuesday, November 16. The rooms over Ry- {land's store, Macdonaid block, former- I ly occupied by the Brown Belt? tea rooms, have been rented for a studio, 1 and to any person who Is interested -in art the oppportunity will again be extended to join the club- on the open- ing night It Is felt that this organi- zation, will fill a niche in the life of the city, and become a very im- rortant one, if the interest .and en- thusiasm displayed is initial stages be any criterion. It w.UI be neces- sary this ieason to limit the member- ship of the cluh to thirty students, and ........number Is a1- ARMLETS FOR MEN WHO ARE READY TO SERVE THE FLAG London.-erA: and plcturesaue. plan cf labelling by means of khakt brassards, bearing the royal crown, those fjt and. unfit for military, service was announced byr the War Office Saturday night! Armlets which are now being- prepared, will be distribut- ed soon to the First, the men who enlist and are placed in groups waiting the call to join the colors; second, to men who offer; themselves for, enlistment and are found physically unfit; third, to are. invalided of the service Tas for medical rea- sons, to renter service The of'each class will-have a distinctive-mark. We Should Like to Talk Furnace to You George R. Dixon Sheet Metal Contractor! Roofing, Gas Lighting, Cornice and Sky Lights, Furnace Work PHONE 1057 P. 0, BOX 534 Office: Hear of Stafford Block CRITICISES THE U.S. Nov. Gibson Bowles, one of England's :heat .known writers on maritime law, tpeaking to. day with reference'to the American note, said that' In. many, respects regarded -it as "uncandW, ungenerous and unfair." ..He w.as equally severe In tils strictures on the British Foreign Office, declared, "had In- and- propounded pew rifles of sea -warfare resting on new principles without warrant, either from the re- cognized law at nations or from In- ternational Instruments." GERMANS GETTING WEARY New; N.Y.i. Nov. Green, p.n'American man in Berlin; writing to a newspaper here, Germany Is weary, very weary of the war. ONE SPOONFUL GIVES ASTONISHING RESULTS T.ethbrldBO residents are astonish- ed at the QUICK results from the simple milture of buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc, known as Adler-i-ka. This remedy acts on-BOTH upper and lower bowel anil is so THOR- OUGH a'-bowel -cleanser, that it is used successfully in appendicitis ONE SPOONFUL of Adler-I-ka re- lieves almost ANT CASE at consti- pation, sour or gassy stomach. ONE MINUTE after you take It, the.gas- ses rumble and nastTSut" J. DrHig- mbotham Co., Limited, Druggists, Lethfbridge, Nov. One of, the most ready secured, it will not be long till 'Trail of Loneiome Tonight Klaw Brlanger's massive scenic au interesting map of the Dominion they can secure full which shows generM information with Cololld is the holder of scv- from Mr. R. Barrowman, 'respect to railways, cities and towns, war mety; and has spent nine rrjhe crfv Sim Works etc. In view at present linanclal con- jn the trenches anil was lav dltioni, and the spirit of economy WOUnded three times, lie obtained which Is.prevalent, he-i to sro his mother, who ing taken, to a very marked extent, of the opportunity afforded, to procure free of charge literature which Vein be used advantageously for education- al purposes. Copies of those (or cured the box In the men'al maps which are adaptable.to school use, may be obtained upon ap- t plication to the Superintendent of ._ _.. Railway Lands Branch of the depaiy disttgardid tlie order Iment of the Interior, I hisunurn to the front. Particulars About the lethbridgeAppIeShow Announced Tomorrow ;