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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta mm *\fY Madam,-When the Grocer says it's just as good as TAYLOR-MADE he doubts your judgment Save Money on Your Apple Purchases hy layiiig in 5 or 6 Boxes Now-for WinterUse. We have two car loads of a splehdithquaJity and excellent varieties, direct from the growers that we are offering at exceptionally low prices in 5 box lots. We sug-'gest the following assortment: > ' / > > 1 Case No. 1 Jonathans 1 Cnse Noi 2 Wagnerjs 1 Case No.-l Grimes' Golden 1 Case No. 2 Winter Banana 1 Crate Orchard, Run Cox's Orange, Wagners or Salomes. We are offering the above assortment for ft short time for the very *q �(| reasonable amount of..............................,. .............. �P�7�f d Office: XHE GOOD CO. Store: Plume 1271 high-class groceries Phone 525 ELITE CIGAR STORE MOVED To our New Premises in the Oliver Block Fifth Street South, where we can supply you -With-- EVERYTHING FOR THE SMOKER " BHXIARD PARLORS AWE NOW ON THE GROUND FLOOR Buy Your Magazines and Periodicals Here. eute cigar store .j. A. Pebbt, PHOlfE.131_____ H. L. Reid HIGH CLASS TOBACCONISTS DON'T LEAVE YOUR XMAS GIFTS TO THE LAST MINUTE Call at Smith's Studio and make an appointment for a sitting today. * There is nothing more acceptable than a portrait of your-: if or children for " Christmas Gifts. A. EVLYN SMITH HIGH CLASS PORTRAITURE Studio 906 Third-Avenue S. Next to Baptist Church ^-_� ; - � � -A �V^-SBl^l l^rssBJs --------- - ' Will be Held In MAJOR JACK ROSS WRITES FROM THE URGMANN HALL Every'Thursday night. Dancing ' I front 9 till 12 gInTS 50c. LADIES FREE BURNT LEATHER GOODS These line* which are now all ready; for your inspection, and include': : Cushion Covert, Hand Begs, Table Covers, 'Glove Cases. Tobacco Pouches, Tie Holder* Whisk Holders,.Pipe Racks, Snap. Shot Albums, Post Card Albums Pin Cushions^ Book Covers, These lines make very attractive, useful- .and novel Xmas Gifts. They > are easily. and' safely packed for mailing. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY Tke Red Cross Ding & Book Co., Limited Pasteurized and Carefully Handled The Crystal DairyCo, PHONE 1576. TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Nov. 16.-Opening and closing prices on the gram ex- changes today were: Wheat- Open Close Nov. ........................... 1.06 1.04* Dec. �� �**>. 1.00J 98* May........................... 1.04* 1.02} Oats- Nov.......... ......... ......... 411 41* May......... ......... ......... 39* 39J Barley- nov...................:......... Flax- Nor. ........................... 1.89 1.89' Dec................... ......... 1.85 1.86f May......... ......... ......... 1-.92 1.92 WINNTPEG CASH PRICES Wheat- If * 4- + 4 + 4 4 4 4 4 4 �fs-4 t*'Charles Chaplm" and "A 4 If''4 Man For All That," at the 4 Empress tonight. 4 4 h4*444444444444 Bow Island's Aim 'Bow Island purposes raising $2000 ll for the Patriotic Fund. ___'l_________:_. mnnnmimimnmnnii Qpidtett, SttreMt Cough >~ Remedy U Home* Mad* . Prepare* to a Few Mlm-prtM.;. Cheap; fcat. tracejaated If .Boise people are constantly annoyed fftefrtsapone..year's end to the other with a. & persistent bronehial cough, which is whol-tly unnecesiary. Here is a home-made -reiaedy/that gets r�ht at the cause and will make yon wonder what became of it. Oet.SH ounces Piaex (50 cents worth) ,: from rany druggist, pour into a 16-ounce bottle and fill the bottle with plain granulated BUjrar syrup. Start taking it at �> once, v Gradually but surely you will notice the plilsjrm thin out and then disappear altogether, thus ending a cousiL that you never thought would t.oid. It also loosens the dry, hoarse ,'ti|tht cough and heals the in-Stioo m a painful cough with Ms- rapidity. Ordinary coughs iiered by it in 24 hours or less. ,. ^.Better for bronchitis,, winter �land'� bronchial asthma.. J^Pinex and Sugar Syrup mixture �'16 ounces^-enough to last a family g'^tune-at a cost of only 54 cents, liperieetly and tastes pleasant. Easi-iired and;Millard Koblson, who debate the 8., 7*c. Live poultry, springers, 15c. ib. Live fowl, 10-12C, Dressed poultry?-Fowl, 14c, Fresh gathered eggs, 40c. doz. No. 1 Farmers' dairy butter, 30. buying PKiCE8 FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per cwt., $1.00. Beets, per cwt., $1.00. Turnips, per cwt., 75c. Potatoes, per ton, $10 to $12. Parsnips, per cwt. $1.50. Cabbage, per cwt, 75c. to fl-00,. . ' - Red Cress'Notes;./ / The society gratefully 'acknowledges ten pairs of scissors rro,m Mrs. Barns-5ey, and three bales of1 cdtton from Mrs. Tinning. Owing ^o the ^increasing amount of work being done but of the Red Cross rooms; woflt Will be given out only on Wednesdays. Anyone wishing to sew for the Red Cross will be given work by calling at the rooms upstairs in the Acadia � Block,,/ ijujy time between ten riad^Ve w noS 'let it S , I*T * ��* -"endance at the meetings trate through every air passage of the head; soothe and heal the. � swollen, inflamed mucous membrane, and relief comes Instantly. . It is just what every cold and-catarrh sufferer needs. Don't stay stuffed up and miserable* \> Sons of England Notice The Sous of England meet tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock sharp in the S.O;El hall. of the Epworth league. MAGIC BAKING POWDER OBwraiMa wo alum .'Pure feod In-eiirea ceosl health. Magle aWna* h�Mr Insures sture ':.\h!'"' J ii>V !il i1 CANADIAN PRISONER ' STRUCK SHERIFF Chicago, , III., Nov. 15.-George Wakefield, wanted in Canada for air leged complicity in 'the $273,000 robbery of the New Westminster branch of the Bank of Montreal several years ago, and arrested here recently on another charge, made a desperate at-! tempt to escape'today. Wakefield and ' others were charged with a fake prize fight fraud; State Attorney Hoyne had this charge quashed today in or. derto turn Wakefield over to the Fed-eral authorities on extradition proceedings. . .i Wakefield, free for the moment, left the criminal' court building, but at the exit was met by United States Deputy Marshal. Thomas Sheehan with the Federal warrant. .. Sheehan attempted to arrest Wakel-fleld, but the latter struck him in the face and ran. Sheehan overtook him, and a lively fight was in progress when the marsha'l was reinforced, and Wakefield was taken before United States Commissioner Mason, who set the extradition hearing for next Fri- Ledibridge Laundry Co. LIMITED : Don't forget our Rough Dry-All work Shirts, Underwear, Socks, etc., washed; and dried. Flat Work finished ready to be used. One dozen Handkerchiefs allowed with each Hough i)ry Parcel at the pound rate-8 cents. All over one dozen in one parcel will bei charged for at 2 cents each. ' All Ladies' and Children's Clothes washr; edm|id dried and all pieces requiring starch; are starched ready to iron. The. whole process is oneof the most modern and sanitary kind. You cannot afford to miss tin's opportunity, to get wash day out of the house. You can'Save Coal, Save Soap,"Save Starch'and best of all save DRUDGERY. . v ,,'?,- ,No Parcel Taken for Less than 50c. please give us . TRIAL 1 C S. Fprrow, Mapager w ^pjsjsjpjll WlJL ;