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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 24, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor lotilSHqMillilltflrti Quality First Means Taylor Made EXTRA SPECIAL SALE of APPLES in SANDPIT CRATES Having had the good fortune oi: getting hold of a quantity of Ap- ples in the1 heavy sandpit crates at considerably below the- market price, we have decided to give the public the benefit of same. By tak- ing the lot, which amounted to 110 crates, we were able to get them very, very cheap, as the parties selling needed the room, and were' willing to sacrifice them in order to get it right away. There are three kinds In the David, Pewaukees and Ben Davis. The King Davids are a small size but have an exceptionally fine flavor and are a good eating apple. The Pewaukee and Ben Davis are both good cooking apples. Order now; they will1 not last long at this EXTRA SPECIAL, PER'CRATE THE GOOD CO. Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phene 525 CITY AND DISTRICT Need Billets So fast has recruiting been pro- ceeding for the new Kiitie regiment, ithat billeting available has almost been exhausted. Private parties who are in a position to billet soldiers, and 1 who would be willing to do so, are askefl to interview the recruiting of- ficers at 606 Third avenue South. MODEL... BREAD... IT'S GOOD When; you're looking for a clean loaf of bread, why just try the "MODEL BAKERY BREAD." It's the kind that's sanitary and pure. Of that we're mighty sure, for we have all up-to-date maclv inery to mix, up and-jnould. No Hand Labor and every loaf that Is sold well worth its weight in gold. Try. us for we have the largest, cleanest and beat equipped Bakery In the city. MODEL BAKERY N. J. Schweitzer, Pi-op. Phone 1175 Priests Leave City Rev. Fathers ManWegan and Ros- enthai, who have been in Lethbridge .'charges for some time, left the city :last week, Rev. Father Rosenthal go. ing to the north of the province, where he irill take several months' rest, and Rev. Father -ManWegan go- ing to Chicago, where he has taken a charge. Col. Cruikshanks Here Cot Cruikshanks, district officer commanding, was a visitor to Leth- bridge today, chiefly .in. connection with the new Kiitie battalion. He is immensely pleased with the manner in which recruiting for this .unit is go- jing forward. He will here next week tor two days to assist in get- ting the organization of the battalion under way. Arrangements are to be made for recruiting at outside points. MARKETS WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES -Winnipeg, Man., Nov. Ope-sinj and closing prices on the grain ex- changes today-were- Box Social and Dance In Coaldale Hall On Friday Evening Next Come on Boys! Bring a Girt! Bring a Box! May Nov. Dec May OT. NOT Dec May Open Close 1.021 96 1.01- '41J 404- 40-J 37i 40 66j- 661 1.85 WINNIPEG-CASE PRICES o 1 Nor 2 Nor 1.01 89J 94 Go To The For the BEST MEAL in the City Ami get the Same Service for Less Money. POSITIVELY THE ONLY RESTAURANT -IN TOWN WHICH'HAS ALWAYS EMPLOYED WHITE HELP EXCLUSIVELY! Save a show ticket on your meal at Com- mercial Oyster and Chop House. 'We serve the same meal for less than others charge. This is positively the Only Restaurant in the city which has always employed White Help EXCLUSIVELY. The Commercial Cafe Co. No.- 3 Nor Red No 1 1-00 No. 2 No. 3 93 I No. a 0. W 3fl No. 3 'C. W. 3Gi Ex. No. 1 Feed 36J i i No. 3 64 No. 4 69 Flax- No. 1 N. W. C I No. 2 C. W. 1.76J CHICAGO WHEAT 'Dec 1.03J- May 1.06 MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT DEC. 99 99} May 1.03 1.02J LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, J8.2S-S8.50; .steers, heifers, S5.25; cows, ?5.00. Chicago: Hogs, 5C.OO-S6.60; cattle. i LOCAL MARKETS I LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon Wheat Oats r. 26J Flax 155 Barley Track prices: Wheat S3 j- Oats 29 J Flax 16H Barley 52J BUYING PRiCI rOH HAY No. 1 timothy, baled, ton 10.00 No. I alfalfa, baled, ton 9.25 No. 1 Blnejoint 8.25 Mixed, ton 9.25 i Livestock and -Poultry Choice steers, fij-ojc. Fat cows, 4A-5c. Choice killing wethers, Chcin; killing cwcs, 540. Select hogs, 150-251) Its., 7ic. Live springers, loc. Ib. Live fowl, 10-12C. Dressed Fowl, 14c. Fresh gathered eggs, 40c. doz. Ho 1 Farmers' dairy butter, 30. BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per cwt.. Beets, per cwt., Turnips, per cwt., 75c. Potatoes, per ton, to. Parsnips, per cwt. Cabbage, per cwt, 756. to New Books For Xmas We have practically all of the GOOD NEW BOOKS in stock and wish to call your attention to the following list: A FAR By Churchill MR. SINGLE By McCutcheon IF ANY MAN SIN........S1-25 By Cody -THE MONEY By Gilbert Parker THE LOST PRINCE......51-35 By Burnett THE STORY OF JULIA PAGE............... By Kathleen Morris MAKING MONEY By Owen Johnston THE FORTUNES OF By Mary Johnston THE COURTSHIP OF ROSA- MOND FAYRE By Ruck MICHAEL By Gene Stratton Porter A BRIDE OF THE PLAINS By Baroness Orczy DRAGON'S TEETH By Richard Dehan "K" By Mars' Roberts Hinehart UP THE ROAD WITH SALLIE By Sterrett ON TRIAL By Reizenstein FOR MAILING ADD 10c POSTAGE L The Red Cross Drag Beok Co., Limited CITY AND DISTRICT The Wrong Price A typographical error quoted waists at 51) cents., instead of 89 cents, In the Hudson's Bay Co.'s advertise- ment, yesterday. For Relief -Miss Tilley wishes it understood tbat the application to the city for funds ths month was for relief, not for the expenses of the N.ursing Mis- sion. For Patriotic Fund The hon. treasurer, R. J. R, Pater- son, begs to acknowledge the receipt of the Sum of from the Ladies' Orange Lodge, being Uie proceeds of the Whist Drive held on the 18th Inst. i No Bones Broken Mr. Bower of Victoria, B.C., fell last night at the corner of the Coal- dale Hotel. It was feared at first that his collar, bone was fractured, upon examination at the Gait hos- pital, it was found that no bones were broken. Poultry Association A meeting of the Poultry associa- tion will be held on Thursday even- ing, November 25, in the Board of Trade building at 8 o'clock p.m. Prize lists for, the forthcoming show are now ready, and can be obtained at this meeting. Land Ofifce Moving The staff of the Dominion Land Of- fice is removing this week to new quarters in the post office block. The new offices will be on the third storey of the building, where much more commodious quarters are to be had, This arrangement was completed dur- ing the visit of Hon. Robert Rogers aut weer. The Popularity That "OUR BEST" FLOUR .enjoys is due only to the high standard of quality maintained txncl the moderate price at which it is sold. See your grocer about it -NOW, ELON MILLING ELEVATOR CD, 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- jeptable than a portrait of your- or children for Christmas lifts. i A. EVLYN SMITH HIGH CLASS PORTRAITURE Studio 906 Third Avenue S. Next to Baptist Church IE _ i Crystal Lake Organizes 1 Residents of the Crystal Lake dis a coon} wic raa a trict 'organized last night for the Pat Hand m this district next j car, are riotic Fund, with the following btfi 'now settling on farms north of Coal Seven prosperous Rasstau funnels from North Dakota, the vanRuart of colon} which raav take up CPU cers; Dr. Rivers, president; In gram, vice-nresident; J. c: Tonka, sec [dale, m the CPR tract Four these fanners, one ot them are preparing to conduct campaign fund.- an active Tke Stort YOUR SjUHOB Can >he made much inore' appe- tizing if you get your Olive Oil from us. We test our OliW Oil and ac- cent none that isn't up to the standard in food value. Our Olive Oil is made from the ripest fruit from the oldest trees.iu the old- est orchards of Europe, where olives reach, tliei? greatest state of perfection. It is the most economical for you to buy and the best for me- dicinal purposes. We supply this oil in 25c, ottc and Bottles anfl in half and one gal- lon cans. At thel. ______a________ Hall, last .night, the Moose lodge in stalled the. following officers for the concluding months of the year, in place of those who have enlisted for active service: Trustee, Bro. G. W. Allison; Vive-Dictator, Bro, A. A. Cole; Sergt.-at-Arms, George Jones; Outer. Guard, Bro. A. J Sclilifer. R. Ward, deputy supreme dictator, acted in the capac- ity of installing officer. After the meeting a lecture was given by Bro. Ward, depicting. Canadian, American and foreign views. It is the purpose of the Moose lodge to devote two meetings of each month towards the entertainment of members and their friends, when carpetball, cards and musical programme will be car- ried .out. Mr; Detwilir states that these ter- mers will take up'from a'quarter to Moose Meeting a hall section each, and belunet, tbat regular meeting in Moose more them will folio? from, the States. GOVERNMENT .MOVES TO SCUTARI Paris, Nov. Serbian legation announced today that the Serbian government which had been located at Plrlzrend, .Is departing today %to Scutai'i, Albania. "A NATION OF DYSPEPTICS" American people are called. Thia condition is due to our habit of hur- ried eating, and ;so many different foods at the same meal. In advanced life the system cannot adapt itself to the and stomach., troubles re- sult To'strengthen and build up the organs our local druggists, J. D. .Co., Limited, have a" constitutional rem- edy known as Vinol It vitalizes and enriches the, blood, promotes a heaUliy preates. strength for the, w-eakened, nerves of the Geo. R. Dixon FURNAaWORK Sheet'Metal Contractor! Roofing, Gas Lighting, Cornice and Sky Llghtl. PHONE 1057 P. O. BOX 534 Office: Rear of Stafford Block Daughters ami Maids Of Eiig-laiul WHIST DRIVE IN S. 0. E. HALL ON TONIGHT At 8.15 In Aid of: the Patriotic Fund (Of. any of the members) Supply Lieut. Able of .the Army Service Corps, has been stationed at Leth- bridge for the winter, to act as sup- ply officer for.the troops of this dis trict. Lieut. .Able -was formerly Prof. Able of the staff of the sohool at Claresholm, and joined the A.S.C. for overseas "service last June fflUCY-- teurized Milk. Sold only by The Crystal Dairy PHONE Defy Dyspepsia! BUSINESS LOCALS Military a and reasonable prices, for alterations, call on J. B. Clarke, shop opposite the' Q. M. Stores, 6th Street. No Board of Trade Luncheon There will be no meeting of the Board of Trade tomorrow. The Weather a Year ago Today Fair. High 48, Low 36 Laxatlfe Bromo Quinine cures a cold In one day. :There.Is only one "Bromo Qninine." Look for signature E. W, OROVE. Among the symptoms of Dyspepsia or Indigestion may be mentioned a hcaVy, cutting pain soon after eating; a distended, full feeling of the stomach and bowels; belching of wimj and flatulence; a burning sensation which indicates acidity heartburn; palpitation of. the heart; oppression of breathing; pain under the ribs and shoulder-blades; headache through the temples and rtizzi- .ncss, coated tongue and constipation; sometimes nausea or vomiting. Abbey's Effervescent Salt is the natural specific for all these conditions Being an antacid, it immediately re- lieves the acidity of the stomach and' Itops the fermentation. It stimulates the secretion and muscular action of the stomach and bowels, and over? comes the constipation. When its use is kept up.the normal action of all the organs of digestion is re-estab- lished. Sold ernywhere at 35c. and Me. Sold by t, 0, Hlglnbetham Co, Limits AUCTION SALE HORSES IMPLEMENTS AT LETHBRIDGE AND FEED BABN 3rd Street South, on SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27th At 1 O'clock Sharp. I team Gray Geldings, 7 and 8 years old. J. team Mares, supposed in foal, 8 years old. Brown Foal; '-5. years old. 1 Bay Driving Horse, 3 yeara old. 1 Grade Clyde Stallion, rising 3 years old. 1 team Otey Mares, supposed in foal, 8 yesrs old. 1 Grey Gelding, good horse, 5 years old. 1 Pinto, 8 years old. 1 Sorrel Mare, 10 years old. These Hones are all broke and good workers. 1 Grey Team, weight 300 Ib 7 and 8 years old. 1 Day Gelding, 8 years old. I Set of Double Team Harness. 1 good Lumber Wagon and Hay Hack. 1 Single Buggy, nearly new, with pole and eyeners. 1 Delivery Wagon. 1 Single Buggy with shafts. i Fannlng-MllI, nearly now. 1 double set of light Harness; nearly new. 2 sets ot Single Harness. A number of other articles, TERMS CASH. R. MTIRSON, Proprietor. lull Barns. J. A. AuMfomr. ;