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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel in Alberta Standard "Flour" Styles TAYLOR MADE "Fashionable" Always Whist Drive The ladies of the Orange Lodge will hold a Whist Drive TONIGHT IN THE S. O. E. HALL Proceeds to be given to the Pat- riotic Fund. ENTHUSIASM OVER WAR COUNCIL London, Nov. Eng- land and have greeted with enthusiasm the- joint war conference held in Paris. EVERY GOOD HOUSEKEEPER PROFITS BY STUDYING THE PRICES THAT QUALITY GROCERIES ARE SOLD FOR HERE Ing NEW SEEDED RAISINS In addition to a number purchases this week-end be from here and see the big This week we have a lot of NEW GOODS includl of lines advertised yesterday. Let your grocery values you get for your money. CONCORD were very fortunate in getting hold of a quantity of these alter n-e considered the season closed. The ones in first class shape, 3 baskets for........S1.00 Some a little over-ripe, but good tor jelly or wine per basket............................. Emperor Grapes, the large red ones for winter use, per pound 20c. Ripe Tomatoes, per Ib...................... 15c. Hot House Cucumbers, each 20c Potatoes, dry and mealy, per cwt.......... 75c. B. C. Onions, 121bs. for 25c. B. C. Onions, per cwt.................... S1.45 Carrots, 22 Ibs. for..................'...... 25c Carrots, per cwt........................ Beets, 22 Ibs. for 25c. Beets, per cwt........................... Turnips, 25 Ibs............................ 25c Turnips, per cwt........................... 90c Cabbage, 20 Jbs. for........................ 25c Cabbage, per cwt. Red Cabbage, 12 Ibs. for.................... 25c Red Cabbage, per Sweet Potatoes, 4 Ibs. for.................. 25c Lemons, per dozen 30c Florida Grape Fruit, large, each 15c. Creamery Butter, Magrath, very finest quality per Ib.................................. 40c. Creamery Butter, Thistle, fresh made, per Ib 35c New Laid Eggs, per dozen 45c Storage Eggs, candled, per dozen 35c Canned Tomatoes, 3s, Harvest brand, Sanitary tins, special, 2 for 25e Tomatoes, Pointer Brand, 3s, special 5 tins 55c. Corn, Pure Food, 2s, special per tin......... 10c Early June Peas, specinl'.S tins 55c Golden Wax Beans, special, each 10c FRUITS IN HEAVY SYRUP, SANITARY TINS Red and Black Raspberries, Strawberries, Pitted Cherries. 0 tins for.................... Bartlett tins Green Gage Plums, 9 tins for Libby's Apricots, G tins for............... Rice, good quality Siam, special 5 Ibs for 25c Lye, Cudahy's special 3 for 25c. Hams, Stirling, Large size, good quality, or whole, per 19c. Biscuits, made in Alberta, North-West Biscuit Co'.s, fresh and tasty Sweet Biscuits in Packets, all varieties per package.............................. 10c Sodas, Salted or plain, small packets, each..10c Family Sodas, per packet.................25e Chili Sauce, Heinz's 'special, per bottle 20c White Clover Honey, Ontario in 5 16. pails price each French Cherries.in Maraiquin, pint bottles. ALL THE BEST VARIETIES WINTER APPLES, PRICES .RANGING FROM to Special, 5 case assortment as advertised Monday and Tuesday for Get some for winter use Sp and save money. office: THE GOOD GO. Store: Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 Gerhanl-Hcintznian Pianos ARMSTRONG RAWORTH BROTHERS Home Guard Regimental Orders MARKETS It is expected shortly that a bat- talion of the Reserve Militia Corps Trill'te established in Lethbridge, and on that account all members of .the -Home Guard are particularly request- ed to attend all meetings regularly, so as to become proficient in the and be in readiness to join the 'corps, il required. The rneit drill will be on Friday ev- ening at 7.30 .sharp, without rifles, in front of the headquarters. By order of the OFFICER COMMANDING. THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, and closing prices on the stock exchange tcdav were as follows Nov. 103 104i Dtr. i 97} Mar 102 103 Nov. .....Mi- Dec 37 Nov Isov 1861 Dec. 185 Slav 190 Cash Prices Wheat- No 1 northern No 2 Northern 3 Northern No 1 No 5 Feed Oats- No 1 a W :NO. 2 c w. No 3 C W 3 No Feed No 1 N W C :vo. 2 C. Dec. May Dec', May Chicago Wheat 104T 105i Minneapolis 7 Wheat 98f 102J 37i 186J 10iJ 103" 97T 921 85 75 41 38 60 53 186i 105i 10H 100} 103J 10 ARE LOST ON HOSPITAL SHIP 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 jeptable than a portrait of your- or children for Christmas A. EVLYN SMITH HIGH CLASS PORTRAITURE Studio 906 Third Avenue ,S. Next to Baptiit Church London, Nov. following official communication was made pub- lic "the war office reports that the hospital ship "Anglia stack a mine -m.the channel today and sank. The total number on board was 13 offic eis" and 372 men 01 other ranks, of whom were saved by a patrol vessel "Another ship proceeding to the rescue was sunk by another mine Another official communication "King George was shocked to hear CITY AND DISTRICT A Visitor in City Mr. Thomas Ei Patterson of the "Un- ited Drug Co. of Toronto, is visiting the city. Crystal Lake Meeting A meeting for patriotic purposes will lie held next Tuesday evening at Crystal Lake, to be addressed by Hon. A. J. McLean and Mr. ,S. BTJKNT LEATHER GOODS These lines which are now- all ready for your inspection, and include: Cushion Covers, Hand Table Covers, Glove Tobacco Pouches, Tie Holders Whisk Pipe Snap Shot "Albums-, Post' Card Albums Pin Cushions, Book Covers, These lines make .very .at- tractive, useful'- and novel Xmas Gifts. They are easily and safely packed, for mailing. SEE OUR The Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited CITY AND DISTRICT A Lethbridge Officer At- the large following officers for the Boys Coun thls year anll tne yjeljs lery cil were elected President, Ralph Mr Hutton_ on the B-tperi V.'addmgton, uce president, Howard tarm? liad yielded as high as I Nelson secretary, Norman Htgln ,72 wjleat He states that botham, treasurer, George Kemm, 'hvestock also done exceedingly committee, Lowe! Cobbledick, R Van j, .hjs Teai in nig part oE the coun Nicholas Me u The execu GOTHIC THE NEW ARROW 2 ftrrc COLLAR IT FITS THE CRAVAT live are asked to meet In the physi- cal director's office on Friday even- ing at 713, when bylaws will bV ;