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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta L PRINTING AT THF. HERALD JOS LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best JU5 a difWeliP Siberia Standard "Flour" Styles TAYLOR MADE "Fashionable AI ways 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 ac- Jiitable than a portrait of your- or children for Christmas Ifta. A. EVLYN SMITH HIGH CLASS PORTRAITURE Home Guard Regimental Orders EVERY GOOD HOUSEKEEPER PROFITS BY STUDYING THE PRICES THAT QUALITY GROCERIES ARE SOLD FOR HERE Tht. we.k we have a lot of NEW GOODS Includes NEW SEEDED RAISINS In addition to a Let your grocery purchase, this from here and the big pery fortunate after values you get for your money. CONCORD wore in setting hold of a quantity of these at we considered the season closed. The o .in first class shape, 3 baskets Some a little over-ripe, but good for jelly or vvlao per basket.............................. -30' Emperor Grapes, the large red ones for winter use, per pound.......................... Cl Ripe Tomatoes, per Ib..................... Hot House Cucumbers, each................ Potatoes, dry and mealy, per civt.......... 7oc. B. C. Onions, 121bs. for.................... 25c' B. C. Onions, per cwt.................... S1.45 Carrots, 2i Ibs. for 25c Carrots, per cwt......................... 51-00 Beets, 22 Ibs. for 25c. Beets, per cwt........................... SI.CO Turnips, 25 Ibs...................'......... 25b Turnips, per SOc Cabbage, 20 Ibs. 25c Cabbage, per .cwt.......................... Red Cabbage, 12 Ibs. for 25c Red Cabbage, per cwt.....................51.50 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 Ib 35Q New Laid Eggs, pel doien 45c Storage Eggs, (.audled per 35c Canned b Han cat biand Sanltarv tins, special 2 foi 25c Tomatoes, Pointer .Brand. 3s, special 5 tins Corn, Pure Food, 2s. special per till......... 10c Early June Peas, special tins 55c Golden Wax Beans, special, each 10c FRUITS IN HEAVY SYRUP, SANITARY TINS Red and Black Raspberries, Strawberries, Pitted Cherries fi tins foi 00 Ba.tlett Pears, 7 tins for.................. Green Gage Plums. 9 tins.for Libby's Apricots, 6 tins for............... Rice, good quilitv Siam special 5 Ibs for 25e Lye, Cudahvs specill for 25c Hams, Stirling, Large sire, good qunlit; whole, per Ib. Biscuits, made in-Alberta, North-West Biscuit Co'.s, fresh and tasty 'Sweet Biscuits' in' Packets, all varieties per paclm-o Sodas, Salted or small packets, each. 10c Family Sodas, pel packet 25c Chili Sauce, Heinz's special, per bottle 20c White Clover Honey, Ontario in 5 Ib. pails price e ich 00 French Cherries m Maraiquln, pint bottles Each 50c 19c. THE BEST- VARIETIES WINTER APPLES, PRICES'RANGING FROM to case assortment as advertised Monday and Tuesday for Get some for winter use and save money. WEATHER It is expected shortly that a bat- talion of the Reserve Militia Corps will be established In Lethbridge, and on that account all members of the Home Guard are particularly reuuesi- ed to attend all meetings regularly, so as to become proficient in tie drill, and be in readiness to join-tue corps, kethbridge, dull if required. Edmonton, clear The next drill will be on Friday ev-1 Calgary, clear.. ening at V.30 sharp, without rifles, in, Medicine Hat, fair THE GOOD CO. Fhonel271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES rhonc 525 of the headquarters. By order of the OFFICER COMMANDING. MARKETS Move to Lethbridg Grassy Lake Gazette: Mr. and Mrs. Cus Rueckert have moved to Lett- S6OS le w been taken by Jac'ob Lutz of Maple and closing prices o Creek. changes today w ere Battleford, cloudy Swift Current, tfoudy. (JIoose Jaw, cloudy i Regina, cloudy...... I Winnipeg, cloudy i Qu'Appelle, clo.udy [Port Arthur, clear Mai. 37 40 40 44 30 26 34 24 44 2S 40 Grand Forks........ 31 Nelson 37 Vancouver Victoria.......... 48 Min. 24 24 24 30 12 20 9 17 2S 4 32 io 38 43 MILADl the Dance for Patriotic Fund The invitations have been Issued May i the first Hebekah dance of the which will be held on Friday, Nov. >'a ember 26, in the Knights of tKas "hall. As the proceeds of this 3Iav danee will be turned over to the Pat- rlotic Fund, it is hoped that all Odd- fellows "and Rebekahs in the city will mate a special effort to be present XOT. Nov...... Dec......., .....1.84 The weather over the prairie prov- inces has been- mostly cloudy and warmer. _ 1 I Forecast 1.03i All few light mow falls or 97! generally fair; not much 1.02J- frost. CITY AXH Ulhi lilt i A Generous Offer The Quarterly of Wes- ley church, at its meeting last night 1.83 decided to offer the use of the church without any charge whatever BURNT LEATHER GOODS These lines which are now al! ready for your Inspection, and include: Cushion Bags Table Covers, Glove Cases. Tobacco Pouches, Tie Holders Whisk Holders, Ripe Racks, Snap Shot Albums, P.ost .Card Albums Pin Cushions, Book Covert These lines make very at- tractive, useful ..and. novel -Msas Gifts They are easily and safely" packed for mailing. SEE OUR WINDOWiDISPLAY Ilic DCOK LO., Drug WALL PAPERS When you need Pa- per you "will find our stock of Paper, Room Mouldings or Burlaps the largest and best v assorted in the south.' ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE NEXT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL. No. 1 Nor No, 2 Nor No. 3 Nor No. 4 Nor No. 5 Eor No. 6 Nor. Oats- No. 2 C. W 3 C. W Eitta No. 1 Feed t Feed Barley- No. 3 No. 4 Feed Flax- No. 1 N. W. No. 3.C. W CHICAGO WHEAT 1.06 1.07J MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT l.OOf _ 1.04 Oof the continuance of. toe war for any 'CASH PRICES large meeting in the interests of the defence of the Empire. 1.03 1.00 Funeral of Mrs.: Davies The funeral of-the late Mrs. Davies tfiolr "lace this afternoon, aud was largely attended by .old-timers and ouier ciuzens. Rev. Jfurrell-Wright 41l conducted the services. 'The pall- bearers were Messrs. C. B. Bowman, B. N. Higlnbotham. J. H. Furman, Geo. Seaman, Tbos. Niven :and Stafford. 841 39-} C Dec. .May Dec. May 61" I First Debate Tonight 54 i The first debate in the- provincial series .-will take place at the 1.82i school this evening at between Medicine Hat and Lelhbridse: debat- ers. The T-ethbridge debaters take 1.M1 the negative on the question of the ad 1.06J Visability of introducing simplified speling. The For the Patriotic Fund The hon. treasurer, R. J. R. Pater- LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary- Hogs, steers, son, begs to acknowledge the receipt S6 00 heifers, f 5.25- cows, ?5.00. of the fotowins sums as donations to 'Chicago: Hogs, S7.50; cattle, ?6.00. ttis Hob'ins, per the Canadian Bank of I Commerce, ?5.00, and the Pu- pils society of Turin, Albeha. Do You Like Roses We have just receiv- ed a shipment of that most delightful per- fume, Palmer's Rose Leaves tiis In fancy bottles and In bulk. Prices: 50c to Remember this odor. For sale only at The Frank Hedley Co. SPECIALISTS' Alberta LOCAL MARKETS PRICES LOCAL GRAIN Wagon -prices: Oats...'... Flax............. Barley.......... j T- 'ck prices: Wheat Oats............. Flax Barley''.......... '9 26J 155 HAY 10.00 9.2-i 9.25 Praises Display "The Canadian GroSerV uses a full page in the November-issue, which has just been compliment George Kerr this city, on an exceedingly attractive window shown during the season last year. large illustp don showing this fine Be prepared for this trouble which is pi e- valent.iii tricts. BLACKLEG TIRUS arrived this .morning. Blackleg Viru- Blacklcg Pills Blacklegoids Injectors, etc., etc. (In Tens and Fifties) The bojs of tte Junior Bible cliss of St Cv priai s w ere the hobti, last eienmD oi a ierj onjojable social when thel gavc a seid-off to three ol their members Richard Charlie Davidson and faicinej Collier who.arc Komi with the draft oi the 39th Batten "Music inr1 eames were great Iv eniovcd b) ibout oi tin- members of the congregation who attended. 1 Mr James Home's home at 606 12th street A north was he scene t of a happv gathering last night when the Lethbridge Piper s BaiJ and their friends, cntertuned in honor ot Piprr i David Home aud his, bruie who were f married on Ivov Ifth Mr P Dovineran a short address voiced the oi the band ind pre cented a liamisome marble clock to the and a case oi silver table- ware to the Jbnde Pine Major Home proposed the health of the bride and groom and gave them sjme Iv advice the eroom made a fitting reply to both addresses Refreshments were served, anil the remainder of the evening devoted to music and games. The regulai meeting of the der Gait Chapter I ODE las verj v ell attended yesterdaj aftemon 56 members being nresent 4.S the Chap- ter s funds are running low it wa- de cidcd to hav e a cabiret show on Dec ember 10 17 and 18 Mrs Brymner Mrs ireech and Mrs Downer were appointed as a committee to tike the matter in hand Mrs Downer read a report re Friday afternoons at the Hudson s Bas tea room and showed that the "plendid sum of SIS'! had heen made in four months at these Money V BY RETURN, MAIL For Cream We handle more Cream. and Mil pij cash at oiice for e1. erj shipment.1' Crystal Dairy Co. 13th St. Lethbridge. teas were TWO passed important resolutions The Alexander Geo. R. Dixon FORNACBWORK Sheet Metal Contractors Roofing, Gas Lighting, Cornice and Sky Lights. PHONE 1057 P. O. BOX 534 Office: Hear ot: Stafford Block ORPHETJM MONDAY VAUDEVILLE BUSINESS LOCALS Mil ft good fit and reasonable prices, bring your altera tjons to J E Clarke's shop, in lear ot Conybeare B1H, opposite Q M Stores Deisnvs Limited unloaded a cai pume mutton from K Mills of Fore most today Leo 31 Coomos will give a free lec- ture on Modern Voice Culture Sub ject, at the Conserva tory Auditorium on Monday, Novem her 23nl KINS PETER OF SERVIA Who is quoted from a German source as admitting that age had tak en his power from hhXjlnd that he was no'longer: the.force to Ouide arm- ies in the war. Pro-German Tactics On hia return from'.Boston; where Jie had been attending a gathering of medical men. Dr. brought to influence sentiment in that country away from the Allies It was a sup- posed copy of in fact, the cover was a perfect reproduction of the cover of "Punch The contents were cartoons published 'Punch" In days of yore, cartoons tiat were le- produced for the nurpose of influenc- ing Americans to the opinion that ______0 _ "Punch" and the British people ridtcu try out to which the trucks are sub- America It was rather a clever jeeted soon after being taken off the DUt the cover had only to he tuin TESTING TRUCKS FOR WAR Hon rigorous are the tests for mo- tor trucks submitted to the French government raav be judged from the following description of a typical p0j D snips Two drivers are put on to ascertain the purnose of vehicle which is sent to the front as) Echeme, and it is not likely that man} a part of a ot Each con j intelligent Americans are being af- voy is !n charge of a. lientenant m a ifected by this piece of prc-Oerman touring car One ol the trucks is fit- literature_______ Superintendent of Baptist Missions C. C. McLaurin, who is al Chapter, IODE as an on will not hold Sundav the Chapter jn its undertakings will not ask for donations outside the mem hers but naj its own way Mrs Rob mson reported that 400 pairs of socks had bpen knit slice the beginning of slptember out of wool by f d out as a repair shop, while an the Chapter The Chanter is other carrins the cooking stove and oring to reeaCh even- man now over kitchen outfit for the men The con- 'sel" that enUedm Lethhridge with voy is sent over the WlllMt and hanakBnrrs chief for a Christmas sift. I mcnlneB df whlch an creasing number Is now in use are In 3 lew well chosen words Mrs R compelled to gp through a ditch so E Sherlock ye t rdaj at 3 p m de- aeep that there remains a clearance cUred Maij's bazaar open she Of but a few inches'at the front when was, then presented with a shovur tne rear js elevated No green" bonuet of roses by Miss Phyllis Tur- can gel by in such a ner The bazaar was held in bt while the work is so strenuous ,Mary 5 Parish room, and was NURSING MISS SAGE, Graduate 2nd Avenue South, Lethbridge Phone 1543 St juaiy s i-ttiiaii i-uvm, it, well patronized The fancy stall was> presided over bv MesJimes Tur- ner Mason and K the pintrj stall bi Mrs Hclitr and M's Pearson the candi stall by Mrs Holland and' Miss Sumner centre piece stall bv Mrs Taylor art gal- for the trucks that a great many fall hj the wayside Ono of the first trucks subjected to the ditch test broke the starter handle the bottom of the at what a steep ancle It was driven Scientific American N'o. 1 timothy, baled, ton No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton..... No. 1 Biiiejolnt......... Mixed, ton Livestock'and Poultry Choice steers, -Fat cows, 41-50. killing wethers, 6Ji Select hogs, 160-250 Ibs., Live poultry, springers, 15c. Ib. I Live fowl, 10-12c. Dressed He. Fresh gathered eres, 40c. doz. No. 1 Farmers' dairy butter, 30. BUYING PhlOES I FOR VEGETABLE'S t Alberta is a splendid window showing dried fruits, nuts, pcela, confectionery, r.--.--- _, th t Sricv biscuits, canned tomatoes, can- Jc ned pineapple ime to spend a ed fruits in glass sugar, etc. On the congregat. 7 ,B number of con) i V r Miss Mitchell cand) competition by Air Tjnsvvorth tea was PUBLIC MARKET CARDSTON CREAMERY BUTTER Per Found ..-35c inga number u Carrots, per cwt., Beets, per cwt., Turnips, per 75c. Potatoes, per ton, tip to Parsnips, per cwt. Cabbage, per cwt., Uc. .to ur. NVDEeti.riciurni Major NyMett, officer In command Tills display vas shown by of the 17th Field Ambulance Kerr IMt has returned to Canada from'the year, and as will be readily tlefieid. He 'was formerly of a great deal of-bUBmew. of trims of shelled nuts, peels, figs, not- ties of various extracts, raisins in packages, confectionery-in Tioxes and bulk, etc. Written across the window ir- sugar loaf will he seen the words, Merry Christmas.' The. floor In it- self would be very .but, I backed up by the pyramids'of attract- ive jams and preserved fruits, fancy t biscuits, canned vegetables, etc., this becomes an exceedingly fine selling display. Note how the" boxes of apri- cots, prunes and other dried fruits ans shown. Thnac are decorated with tinsel and turned face outward BO that the quality of Ihc fruit can be seen, congregation than served bs Mrb Mrs Harrison a-d Ma ticld "Mrs Popham and Mrs Mitchell comprised a very hos- pitalilL reception committee Dnrmf the afternoon musical eicttions were given hy MiSs and Miss Mit- chcM In the evening the Parish room was crbvvi'ej vvhon Mr Uaddmeton'f troupe of Pierrots gave an entertain menl which was cnjovcd JIrs Johnson won tin. hand naint cil centre-piece that had been donatec' b> J N Ritchie St Mary's W A are very grate ful to everyone for their kind assist- ance In making allair such' a success Mr. Pawion III W. H. Pawson of Coaldale was en to the Gait Hospital yesterday, having taken suddenly III GREAT MILLINERY 4 SALE T Our Sale In Trimmed Hail will continue until WEEK END SPECIAL Special line Black- Trlmititd Lethbridge Millinery Co. PHONf 457. SCOTT, MANAOFR 514 4th AVENUE SOUTH ;