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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 ft*- Mtidam,--When the ^Grocer? says it's just as good as TAYLOR* , MADE He doubts your judgment NEW SEASONS* GOODS JUST to* Minco Meat,'Queen Olives In bulk, Empsrbr:Grap**>^Koetch*y kV C.u. Strawberry Jam, Florida Grape Fruit, Cleaned Currants In Packages andta bulk,,Table Flgs,>PWiln Bo*ss,\Llbby's Sliced"Pineapple, California Comb Honey, etc. - f _* Mince IWeat, ^Empress. Brand, a very high grade 'article, 46 ob. glass, each......... ........25c 4 lb. Enamel lined tins, each..........'o6e. Queen Olives, in bulk, per. Imperial measure w pint .v. ..........:................'300;,' Florida Grape Fruit, large size .. .'. 18e Cranberries, per pound................... 18c. Emperor Grapes, the large red ones from Calif-. oraia, packed in cork, for winter ubc. Price . per pound ..........................v. 20c. California White Clover. Honey in the comb, per section ................................ 30c. Hot 'House Cucumbera.yeacn ............,.. 20c California Tomatoes per -lb. ...... .-;....... 15c Sweet Potatoes, 4 lbs\for ............;. 25c. Kootsnay * K.' C,s Strawberry Jam-r-Nothlng 'is quite' as  good in'the jam as this Is.' In 5 A 3>pund 'pails, each;.............�.......... 98c' .Cleaned Currants, victoria Cross Brand, 16 oz. ;\. pickets,' each ...........v...... 18c 'Table Figs, California, layers, per lb. ,20c. "Mixed Peel, in. lib. boxes, sliced ready for use Price each'.................. 30c. Hawaiian Sliced � Pineapple-Libby's Size,.Is, 2 .tins for.................. 35o Size 2s, 2 tins for ............. 45c Size 2%s, 2 tins for .................. 65c ^^^t^t^i^y^'saw r61"8 ta price fro?i *l7�* nm per case: sav*d�c- Special 5 box Assortment as advertised Monday arid yesterday $9.75 TOE GQOE> ?CI. Phoael271 high-class groceries " Phtne 525 itinyourkitcKw- BtJBDETT 'fAlta* Nov. 16.-An enjoy-'wais given on Friday night, ^thelfS>ospiceB of the Soldiers' "Tfc� ioBBOt.; 125.00 was added to ^u|�ay�sr'W' with a painful ac-^{8*t unlay afternoon. The In^hJch'he was riding collid-v*itofn*f|one,;*nd lie had the |Pto|Kae:a finger. 4U*U^ui* opened a law office sflSs*$ * ^vi�% Nine teacher here, has _jSin.' "Brat aid," and has re-l^oarUficate from the St ohri aaabciation. iing.the wintry weather bT- .ksvr* had recently, thresh-si^Adl �going, on around here. '�Min quite a lot of threshing s'south of Bardett, and from ottos'lt will not1)e'done*y; MARKETS istjAM'S' NEPHEW KILLED *W(OnC;Nov. 16-A cable ad-IrtolSir S*nx Hughes, received to^^^I'rannounces' that u Lieut i'J^nes of No. 6.FleldjC6m--^a*iaaisint'!Bnglneere,; haa:,been-fiylif actloj^i-JientHughee was..a:: i^att37 L. Hughes, former inspector %mmc, schbototfor Toronto, and a i�T-tl� 5�UnUter of Militia, -esftt* nld not give any details liisWfh* death oCKieut Hughes. IP %TH? CAUSC of anemia ^^^^mvalrmpUy-known that iron is |*�!nj|StmBor^t'Wement of the blood vEffiPfBfartmM ft ,ls the direct cause of *"m (i*n} conditions: and anemia. It latan|^p�rw readers to know *I. SD. His^lwthMn * of thls?clty,;have In Vlnora1 conallUitional remedy for psaiUttoiu. Vinol supplies Iron i hjooa$in 1U most soluble state, s��-a^j^|j^v nburishlng proper- J___f pieptone and the mediein-' l^Mratlre eatractives of fresh cod S���J,. ^^b|l,^isUV4UMOlved in toi|ic ^ wine. That's |l:lvlnbl''.so,' successful"' in j run-down s' and anasmic coadttlons -Advertisement Ssj>�TT REPORTED DEAD   � '.s> e:s WEDNESDAY'S' GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Nov.. 17.-Opening and dosing prices on the Winnipeg grain exchange today were as follows: Whea*^ November December May .. Oats-November December May . Barley-November Flax- December ...... Closing Cash Prices Wheat-No. 1 Northern .. ........ . No. 2 Northern.....; .. . No. 3 Northern......... No. 4.....:.......... No. 6..............^  Feed................ Bed Winter No. 1....... Red Winter No. 2........ Red Winter\No. 3 ... ... ���> Open Close 104% 103 97% 103 102 40% 40% 37% 37 39% 39 63% 63% 189 189 186 186% 192 190% 103 100% 96 91 83% 78% 73% 102 99% 95 40% 37% 37% 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-'or children for Christmas Gifts.' �  A. EVLYN SMITH HIGH CLASS PORTRAITURE Studio 906 Third. Avenua S. Nsxt to-Baptist Chureh sT1et-Jssued^b]r*'th�'mamjficturcrs of Adler-i-ka, a few excerpts . from, wh Ich fol low. - Get" one-it's worth while reading.  If *yoft 'want 'to^enioy good health, you must .-keep your jfcowels^clean:" ' It'--|s*Tar more impprtant than ' washing,' your face or Crushing your iteeth. " Theonere fact that your bow-;; els move once a^ .day Mnnlesst they move thoroughly) is hot' a' sign, that they,are clean. If you "want to he sure they are clean, and if you want to get the old decaying matter out of your1 system, , take ONE' DOSE of Adler-i-ka. This simple remedy cleans bowels so Thoroughly you. will be astonished at all the old mat-:  '� STNIH,'3 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 feel tir'' i W4C Your money back If �bb9 fails of result Huns Reinforced on Eastern Front London, Nov. 17.-Petrograd re-* ports'.merely admit � Austro^Germac occupation of Podgacie, about five miles from the river, a slight advance'east of that place. It is as^. serted the, advantage: gained by the Teutonic forces in this region is due to the arrival of reinforcements from other sections of the eastern front, and heavy artillery brought up by the railroads. From conflicting reports ot may be seen that the east bank of the Styx is held by Russians while the battle for the crossing still is undecided. ONE DISTRICT TO DECIDE FATE St Johns, Nfldi, Nov. 16.-rrBut one more district-St. Barber-remains to be heard from, and then the fate of the proposed'measure prohibiting the sale or manufacture oi liquor in the island of-Newfoundland will be known. St. Barbe must give 685 votes to carry prohibition for the whole island. The possibilities are close, but in prohibition circles the opinion: appears to be general, that St. Barbe will give more, than the required number of votes/ v . Fortune Bay district gave 1091 for prohibition, and 110 against ~~: * Twllllpgate declared 3552'for and ^-against� . ; INVITED TO CITY TEMPLE London,' Nov. 16.-By unanimous vote, at.a meeting in the City Temple, last night, it was decided to invite the Rev.-. .Hugh Black, professor of practical theology in the Union Theo- Doh'tWgnt Sampk Market in Place of Free Wheat Calgary, Alta., Nov. 17^'The west;; era grain grower* are agreed that the fanners .will: not accept sample markets as a substitute tor free wheat That is finai" said J. A. Speakman, president -of the United Farmers at Alberta, in an fnterview with - the Morningi Albertan yesterday. The statement was highiy significant In faceofthedeclaration of Hon. Robert, Rogers, minister of t|)e interior, made at Lettib'ridgebut ^week, that he thought sample- markets would be more beneflcial--to- - the. farmers! .than free wheats .,. : Mr. Speakman also made public for the first Ume' that" prominent grain-growers' of AlbeHA,'' Saskatchewan, Manitoba' and"Oatarfo' had� an - interview with "Hon. 'Rosert -Rogers,, when the Canadian .Council ..of. Agriculture, was meeting a.t, Winnipeg, and that an attempt'had been made then to lay, the', ghost* of'"sample' markets" long ago--.thrown "overboard by grain growers of the .west,-as militating ag-: ainst the.1 .ultimate, .interests of the farmer. - - r ri...... Hon./Mr.. Rogers,'however, informed the agriculturists'that the Cabinet had the matter -of 'free -wheat under careful consideration,. that the conclusion'had been,reaefced that an or-der-ia-council would not be sufficient to induce'the' State .to cooperate* in removing'.the-^heat 'barrier, 'and that the whole matter -Weald have to be decided by' parlisment... He. pointed, out that there/was. a s.e^pjon due in January. According,to this free whea.t Is not a probability bf'ttie very near/future. ,'.:�'"'>""; ' *.., '�'  � ..��' -y- 14 SUPERtDR�ADNOUGHT8 ADDED ,T6,.ARITI8H FLEET London, Nov. 13.-The Daily Ek-press: thi* mdrrimg' announces it is authoriaed to state that, since the beginning' of. the- war- -fourteen battleships anditTaitle.cruisers, all super-dreadnoughts, ha^e. .Ijeen added to. tbftrda-they were surprised-;tb find be,-island, which-has/an^ rare*, bl 200 sauare miles and a pbpula-' 30,000, was pracUcaBy destitute Inking-:water,. except ' for e'.uucer-'supplies' from a*; few- small : The Allied- troops' were*sup-[with mineral -water sent in ship-through the; generosity of a ch woman in Marseilles. |e British authorities, promptly to Canada fair - engineers;, who [now engaged in sinking;artesian which  will; guarantee ^the;pe� of Lemnos a reliable and abun water, supply. ' On the .principle--otithe stop waj r________ , is a clock- invented to enable perr logical Seminary, New York, to accept � using telephones; tp,tejll exactly. 7 the pastorate. . I amount ot time consumed in call| -Edmonton. Alta., Nov. le.-^Hon. Arthur,!,. Sifton, premier of Alberta, announces that a conference between representatives of Alberta, Manitoba and Saskatchewan, governments is to be held at Winnipeg some time .this month, to discuss the establishment of inter-nrovincial' institutions for the blind, deaf and dumb, and for thoBe who," while mentally unbalanced, are not actually insane. The Weather a Year Ago Today : Maximum 27, Minimum 5-remember Laxative Bromo Quinine cures a cold in one day. There js only one "Bromo Quinine." Look for signature E. W. GROVE. 25c. - �onr Stocker and Feeder Cattle At fXWTHBHIDQE STOCK- YARDS 1 ^'Wf? WE HAVE ON HAND TODAY ' ^^T���n$y?l�* -2 *Jid S?ys*r old hslfers. 'V^^iyev'y*arlinB and two-yearnsld stssr*. . X� Thirty etwn. . , / 1 \ , ' *S*i *,POMB UtOHTERED DURHAM BULLS ' ffSth w* wlllhav. hers r16p".h*'ad of ehoie* yearlings. For signalling a pocket flash light-has been invented witU . interchangeable colored lenses mounted- on. one end of a movable arm. SERBS MARCHING THROUGH ll^KUB /ILL NEVER BE CONSCRIPTION Vancouver, B.C., Nov. le.-^Conscrii)-tion will never be put into effect in Canada,- according to the statement made'by Hon. Robert:Rogers in hie address 'before the Canadian,.club? today. The,statement is significant In view of the reports, so industria'ily circulated in the .United States. HE GETS ,�f Crown 0 gets ^service JNCROSf XMAS. Our Stock of Cards is very large and now is the time to make your selections to send abroad. : :., For soldiers at the front we; have, .fountain .pens from $1.26; . up or Memo Books at all prices. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE Ml �,afT sl�>. *f\ Will be. Hsld in BURGMANN HALL Every Thursday hiQht. Dancing from 9 till 12 GENT8 50c, . XADIE8 FREE \\Tmm> --;-:-;-fmmmm \L ^--Wskuto is one of the places likely to be .c&wkenstfojn. tftftl ^a^^^su|!ces8 in south-eastern Serbians followe^%*^uj^e|sfu �rs if the Whist Drive The ^ ladies of the Orange will hold a Whist Drive' Tomorrow. -Night IN THE 8. O. E, HALL Proceeds, to be given- loathe � riotlc Fund. ;