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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD When the Grocer says Its Just as Good as Taylor Made he doubts your judgment Go To For the BEST MEAL ia the City And 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. __________ TMsJsjtositirely, the. .Only Restaurant in tlie city has always employed White Help EXCLUSIVELY. Commercial Cafe Co. Your Money Goes Farther on Quality Goods when you get it Here WEEK END MONEY SAVING SALE David. Pewaukce and Ben Davis. Orchard in sandpit crates. By taking the whole lot we got these at a remarkably iow figure. Extra special vvMlo they Per crate Other varieties Apples in Sandpit Per crate ......--........................'1-70 All the best varieties, B. C. and Washington Ap- Is and No. At and MONTANA MclNTOSH a very ren- ter CONCORD u left; basket.30c EMPEROR .........35c HEAD for...................25c SWEET pounds for .........25c fancy, each ..........20C FRESH TOMATOES and CAULIFLOWER ex- pected Saturday morning. FLORIDA GRAPE for ....-.......25c Extra large size: each ....................15c NEW FARD pound NEW CALIFORNIA TABLE In layers; per pound .....................20c POTATOES; good quality Alberta, per cvvt...75c pounds for..................25o pounds for .....................25c pounds for .................25c pounds for ..................25c RED pounds for ............25c pounds for..................25d B. C. pounds fof ..............25c GOOD STORAGE dozen.......'..35c Brand, large size, good duality; half or whole hum; per BACK Clover, very Sliced, per pound.........................30o In tlie piece, iier pound ...................28c RICE; good quality Siani; special 5 Ibs for..25c QUEEN bulk; ilavor is much better than the onas in bottle; per pint FRESH quart ..............90c FRESH pint ...............50c CANNED TOMATOES; Harvest, very finest quality; 3V, 2 for..............'..........25c Pointer Brand; 3's; 5 for .................55o CORN; Pure Food; per tin .................10c GOLDEN WAX tin ............10o EARLY JUNE tins for............55c BRITISH CANADIAN EXTRA SIFTED As good or better tlmn a good many French peas; very special, each..................15c FRUITS, IN HEAVY SYRUP, PUT UP IN SANITARY TINS RASPBERRIES, STRAWBERRIES and PITTED CHERRIES; very special, 6 tins LIBBY'S APRICOTS; very special 6 BARTLETT PEARS; very special, 7 GREEN GAGE PLUMS; very special 9 TO OUT OF TOWN prepay freight charges on all orders amounting to or over, with the exception of Sugar, Flour and Salt. We issue Special Price Lists to quantity buyers. Write for one. Office: THE GOOD CO. Store: PhoBel271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Fhoiie 525 CITY AND DISTRICT Patriotic Dance Remember the Patriotic dance In the Knights of Pythias hall on' Fri- day night under the auspices of the Rebekahs. A special car will be Iu attendance after 1 o'clock. Arretted Show Man On a warrant from Calgary, Robert alias Lavell, one of the players at the Orpheum with the Khaki Girls, was arrested by the city police last evening, and was sent to Calgary on this afternoon's train. He is wanted on a charge of fraud. MARKETS THURSDAY'S GRAIN' PRICES Winnipeg, Nov. and closing prices on -ihe Exchange j today ware: I I Nov.........'. 102 101% 95% BUSINESS LOCALS Military a neat Jit and reasonable prices, for alterations, call ou J. B. jaarke, shop opposite the Q. M Stores, 6th Street. ACTION OF SINGLE SPOONFUL. SURPRISES MANY Lethbridge people who Sought the ____ simple mixture of buckthorn the year is out should be substantial- Knight Academy has Big Enrolment {May !NOV. .V iDec. May I Nov. Nov Dec May Raymond, Alberta, November The .Knight' Academy is prospering these days, the enrollment growing every, week. The registration has reached the hundred mark and before glycerine, etc., known as Adler-i-ka, 'are. surprised at the INSTANT effect of a. SINGLE SPOONFUL. This rem- edy is ;so complete a bowel cleanser that it is used successfully in appen- ly increased. -President Thomas Rom- ney is highly "pleased with the num- ber and grade "of "students, and is pre- dicting the best year in'the history of the institution. -The student-body dicitis. Adler-i-ka acts on BOTH been organized with Vernoa T J ONE i Coombs, a wide-awake Cardston man, 37ii 39% 100% 40% '37 39% 179 1S4 Winnipeg Cash Prices No.' "i Northern............. No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern .i........ Red "Winter, No. 1.......... Red Winter, No. 2 Red "Winter, No. 8.......... Oats- No. 1 C. W................. No. 2 C. W................. Extra No. 1 Peed........... No.: 1" Teed................. No. 3....................... No. 4....................... 99iA 97% (13% 92% 3.9 3C 35 34 ___ .65 _a_____ ......................f (ji per and lower bowel and ONE i Coombs, a wide-awake Cardston man, SPOONFUL relieves almost president. Social, debating and :No. 1 N. W. C. .........-___ 179 CASE .of constipation, sour or activities are already in pro- No. 2 C. W................. 176 stomach. ONE MINUTE after the K. A. will he heard No 17. S. markets; Thanksgiving take It the_gasses rumble _and_ pass from this year. Raymond has been in darkness sev- eral whole .evenings and a number ol partial evenings because o! .some de- jects in-No. 2 boiler at the Knight Sugar company's power house.. Private Bill .Gilbert of the 13th C. M.R., now in barracks .at.'Medicine. Hat, has been ordend home on sick leave. Gilbert is chief cook.for squadron, and in cutting-up a hog the Bucharest, Nov. to knife slipped, inflicting, a .nasty gash trustworthy sources at Delirechen, his left hand. While here-lie will prisoners, confined near- by, -wbvo. revolted owing to had food aiid "'killed two sentries, were shot by Hungarian troops. An; official cont- A Good Resolution T o ii resolved last 3'ear that you would shop early this Xinas. Live up to that good resolution.; There's usually no reason for delayed shopping, but there's every reason for early shopping. To make it easy for you to se- lect early, we will, upon pay- ment of _a. .small part of the good's vaiua, iuark "your name on the put them aside for you. In this way you may secure just what you want without paying; so far in ad- vance. Goods delivered free any- where in the city.or packed for shipment without extra charge. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited CITY AN1> DIST1UCT T. L. C. The Trades and Labor Council will hold a meeting this evening. Patriotic Meeting at Cardston T. Si. Tweedie, M.P.P., and J. S. Dennis are to address a meeting on behalf of the Patriotic Fund-at Card- ston on Sunday night. C.O.F. Meeting The regular meeting of the Canad- ian Order of Foresters will be held ia the K. of P. hall tonight at 8 p.m. sharp. Initiation. Mem- bers please take notice. Presented With Pipes W. L. Hembling, former chief of the C.P.R. station police, who is now a member of the 39th Battery, was presented "with a'handsome case of pipes by the staff at the depot this week. Medicine Hat Campaign W. A, -Buchanan, M.P., returned this mornibg from Medicine where a bit .Patriotic meeting was held to in- (ai iiaste the Patriotic Fund campaign 'in that city. Premier Sifton and Mr. Bjchanan werfthe speakers. There was a large crowd present and Med- icine Hat is determined to raise the amount alioted to it oat J. D. Higiahotham Co, Limit- ed, Druggists, Lethbridge, Advertisement. Blamed Deaths on the Cholera under'the care ol Dr. .Wra munique attributed the disappearance of these prisoners to an ppidemic oi cholera. -Special 'measures have been taken .on.the Rumanian frontier owing to the reported prevalence of cholera m several-Austrian towns. kitehen sink, drain hoard and laundry tub have been combined in a compact affair to economize space by York inventor. IMMENSE WEALTH OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE London. Nov. a.rough esti- mate the canital wealth of the British Empire is yearly income Regin- ald McKenna, Chancellor of the Ex- chequer, told an inquirer in the House of Commons, yesterday. Day. LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, steers, J6.00-56.35; cows, ?5.00; heifers, -Chicago: Hogs, cattle, So.70-110.55. LOCAL MARKETS The Dingrnan Co. oilers to bring gas to the Calgary city limits .at lOc. per 1000 cubic feet. LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon prices: Wheat.......-.................. 82J- Oats........................ 26 Flax........................... 155 Barley ..............S... -10J- Track prices: Wheat............................ 82J Oats 28J Flax 164J" Barley........................... 52j BUYING PRIC- FOR HAY No. 1 timothy, 10.00 No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton -9.25 No. 1 Btusjoint.......... 9.2S Mixed, ton 1 2i Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, 5J-5JC. Fat, cows, 'U-5c. killing wethers, 6J. killing ewes, Select hogs, 150-250 Live poultry, springers, ]6c. !b. -Live fowl, iu Dressed He. Fresh gathered eggs, dbz. No. 1 Farmers' dairy-butter, 30c. BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, SliOO. Beets per cat, tl 00 Turnips, per per ton, 512 to Parsnips, per cwt il 50 tCnbbagc, per cwu 76c. t6 The Store I Whist Drive A very enjoyable whist drive "was held in the S.O.E. hall last evening, .under the auspices of the Daughters and Maids of England; the, proceeds of wJiich are to be dpnated to. the Pat- riotic Fund. Seventeen tables were in play, the prizes being won' by Mrs MacKenzie', first ladies; Mrs. Paunch, second ladies; Mr. R. Thompson, first gents; Mr. Faunch, second gents, and the consolation going to Mrs. Stowe :'and.Mr. Robertson. After 24 hands refreshments were served, anu thn singing of .the National Anthem brought a very successful evening to' YOUR SftLftDS Can -be.made much more tizing you get your Olive Oil from us. We test our_01ive Oil ac- cept' none that isn't up' to the standard in food value. Our folive Oil is made from the ripest fruit from the oldest trees in the old- est orchards of Europe, where olives reach their greatest state of perfection. It Is the most, economical for you to buy and the belt fpr me- dicinal purposes, We supply this oil in 25c, 50c ami Bottles and in half and one gal- lon cans, a close. D.O.O.K. Elect Officers Last evening Omar Khayyam Tem- ple, :No. 141, of the Dramatic Order of.the 'Knights of Khorrassan held its regular meeting, in Knights of Pj thias Castle Hall for the purpose of election of officers for the ensuing term. Fotiowing is a list of officers elected: Royal Vizier, W. I. Taylor, Grand Emir, J. E. Clarke; Venerable Sheik, Dr. M. B. Steele; Mahadi, F. C. Bent; fin. sec., A. M. Ritchie; treas, George N. McLean; Satrap, L. M Fowler; Sahib, H. J. Corner; four other offices are to be filled by the executive officers at next regular meeting. N Hotel Windsor Best JUS a day Hotel in Mberta i Your Crocer will Supply it YOU it in your kitchen See that this brand is on the next sack of Flour you buy Ellison Milling and Elevator Ltd. DON'T LEAVE YOUR XMAS GIFTS TO THE LAST MINUTE Call at Smith's .Studio and make an a sitting today. .There is nothing more ac- ceptable than a portrait of your- or children for Christmas lifts. A. EYLYN SMITH HIGH CLASS PORTRAITURE Studio 906 Third Avenue S. Next to Baptltt Church Geo. R. Dixon Co. Sheet Metal Contractor! Roofing! Gat Lighting, Cornice and Sky Llghti. PHONE 1057 P.O. BOX 634 Office: Bear of Stafford Block Pasteurized: and Carefully Handled The Crystal DairyCo, PHONE 1576. The Home Guard will assemble for drift in front of the headquarters on: Friday evening at 7.30'sharp, without rifles, and march to the Roller which will be used for drilling pur- poses during the winter months A large turnout 13 requested The rifle range in the headquarters is now thoroughly equipped, and all members are invited to .use it at any time By .Order, of the OFFICER COMMANDING. Home Guard Regimental Orders ,C.. Nov. charge is made that a number of Austrians and Germans- are being brought in from Calgary By the lum- ber companies to work in the bush- tins winter Last week, it is btated, no less tlmn twelve aliens were ship- ped m and put to work, while Ital ians were laid.off.-In one camp west, of the city "several Italians became indignant at the treatment meted out to them and threatened to make trou- ble. They were finally got out of the camp and driven into Cranbrook Peter Hersii and George Polen- duick, two appeared m the police court yesterdav before Judge Arnold. The men presented s Sad the result of a blooilv scrap in the Canadian restaurant in the early hours, of Sundav morning Thcv were "lined and costs or thirtv days Stanley Fyles, son of Samuel Fyles, oi-the'post office, who has been .in Vancouver for the past five months, where he has been undergoing treat- ment on his, leg, returned home Sat- urday J Harry Hall and bride returned home today from- their honejmoon trip spent m the neighboring state or Washington Joseph Brault. propnetoi 01 the Canadian hotel, and Miss Turgeon, were quietly tjdav ,n Spo- kane Sampson Card, of Macleod, was the victim of strong drink Sundav morning at 1 o'clock and tailing, bat- tered his face up somewhat Police- man Venus on uomg his rounds dis- Svered a of blood and followmg the average eouKh m 21 up came upon the sad rather j Cet minces pinei (50 cents woith) Ends Dry, Hoarse or Painful Coughs Quickly A Simple, laexpeiMlTe but Uatqualed The prompt nnd positnc results Riven by this pleasant tasting home made cough syrup hits eaused it to be used in more homes than anv other remedy It almost instant relief and will usual BULGARIAN LOAN Ixindon, Nov. Rotterdam dis- patch to the Daily Mail says that a Bulgarian loan haa been concluded by Berlin banks, on tarms favorable to Bvilgaria. One provision is that there shall bs no demand for repayment un- less all the -war aspirations of the Bulgarians are realized. chrucb. Perhans'there is no 'more heroic undertaking at the pre- 'sent time than Dr. Grenfell's in res- cuing the fishermen' along. the bleak i Labrador coast, not only- from the perils of the sea, but from the clutch- es of unscrupulous traders. It almost seems as if the for work such as his. passed with .the nineteenth century, but his -work lias been both necessaliy and real, and as important as any that has been done in the past In all English-speaking lands this is recognized today. His visit will be an event of great public interest, and church is fortunate in hav trig, been able to arrange-for his ap- pearance here. The proceeds of Dr Grenfell's depture wilt be devoted to his work in Labrador. tor Wynn, have gone to Moyie, Kmgi- soothes a chial tubes, hacking. gate to inspect the hotels in that neighborhood A meeting of the district executive of the Conservative association is called for FlidlJ evening Tlie matter (o come undei discussion, it is said, ii> UK nolicc investigation dialers The Christmas rush has started at tlie post office. Postmaster Hender- son reports a heavy bhipment of goods to the boys in the trenches and sayb the Mali has worked overtime, in tiromntlv. refunded, order to keep ujrnitn the hundreds The Piaex of parcels sent forward. Out, mil UUIIKII m nm'ry With loose couch it thfc i Icgm m tlie throat and won- tfiiu ending the nulioyins pound of genuine Nonsay pino jfitrtot rich in ami IB world over for its snlcndM effect in whooping cough, bronchial winter coughs ug To avoid diMpnointment thu, ask lour druggist for P Her, snd d cept RED ROSE tea" ;