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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD :T Madam When the Grocer says Its Just as Good as Taylor Made he doubts your judgment GET YOUR MEALS AT Commercial Oyster Chop House AND SAVE MONEY This was the'First Restaurant, to serve the best meal for 25c, and is still the only place where you can get a good meal for 25c. This is the First Bestaurant .to hare Oy- sters and all kinds of Shell from the Coast. "We buy the best, and only the hest. Everything is under the personal charge pf the owners. This is the ONLY-Restaurant which has employed ONLY White Help. Ask Our Customers. The Commercial Cafe JAMES ANTON Your Money Goes Farther on Quality Goods when you get it Here David. Pflwatrlteo and-lion Davis: -Orchard run in sandpit crates. By taking the whole got these- ttt" a remarkably low risiire. Extra special while they Per crate..............................51.35 Other varieties Apples iu Sandpit Per crate..............................S1.70 All the best varieties, B. C. and Washington Ap- Is and No. At and 51.85 MONTANA MclNTOSH a very tow Per case................................52.40 CONCORD a few left; basket.30c EMPEROR pounds Tor .........35c HEAD for ...................25c SWEET pounds for .........25c fancy, each ..........20c FRESH TOMATOES and CAULIFLOWER ex- pected Saturday .morning. FLORIDA GRAPE ...........25c Extra large size; each-----................15c NEW FARD pound NEW CALIFORNIA TABLE In layers; per pound POTATOES; good quality Alberta, per cwt...75c pounds for ...................25c pounds for .................25c pounds for..................25o RED pounds for ............25c r SAVING pounds tor B. C. pounds for GOOD STORAGE dozen.........35o Brand, largo size, good quality; half or whole hum; per pound ............19c BACK Clover, very Sliced, per pound.........................30c In the piece, per pound RICE; good iiliality Slum; special 5 Ibs for. .25c QUEEN bulk; flavor is much better than the ones iu bottle; per pint .'........30c FRESH quart ..............90c FRESH pint ...............50c CANNED TOMATOES; Harvest, very llnest quality; 3's; 2 for.........................25c Pointer Braud; 3's; 5 for .................55c .CORN; .Pure Food; per tin .................10c GOLDEN WAX tin............10c JiARLY JUNE tins for............55c BRITISH CANADIAN EXTRA SIFTED As good ;or, better than 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 for 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 Flour and Salt. We issue Special Price Lists to quantity buyers. Write for one. Office: THE GOOD CO. Store! Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel in Alberta need it in your kitchen Your Grocer will Supply it See that this brand is on the next sack of Flour you buy Ellison Milling and Elevator Ltd. MARKETS BUSINESS LOCALS Pantry .Sale Tie Ladles' Aid are holding a sale of home cooking at the Christian church, on Third avenue, Saturday af- ternoon. There TVill "he on sale good bread, etc., and soine oth- er useful he offered as Tea and cake will served. Don't fail to call and-buy for your Sunday dinner. Church Union. Votes In the lote on church union, Mae- leod -voted 98 lor and 9 against, and Peairce Mission 37 for and 2 against. Reserved Judqment Vr Justice Simmons heard argu- ment in Supreme Court on the mo- tion to strike out the third parties from the defence in the action oE the Church of England vs. TVilkie et al Judgment'was reserved. The action is one brought to recover balance o[ monies due on property sold by St. Augufctin's Church to J. B. Wilkie, claims to have been acting for a syndicate of 'eastern irho have been" made third parties in the action, "out who are now applying to be eliminated from the suit. FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Nov. and closing prices on the local grain exchange today were as follows: Open' Close November........ 101% -December........ 95% 96ii- '.May............ 10054 j November........ 41 4314 December........ 37% May 40M 40% November........ 67% I i [November 179 _ 'December 17ifi4 IS2 May...-........., 184 1S7K Closing Cash Prices i I No. 1 Northern-., 100% No. 2 Northern.......... 9S% No. 3 Northern.......... 94 Vi No. 4 Northern S9% No. 1 Red Winter 99% No. 2 Red Winter 97% No. 3 Red Winter........ 93 No. 1 C. W............... 39 i No. 2 C.W............... 36 !No. 3 C. W.......r....... 36 Ex. No. 1 Teed 35 No. 1 Feed 34 'I No. 3................... 66 No. 4 Flax- No. 1 N. W. C.......... No. 2 C. W. 179 Chicago Wheat Open Close December.......... 103% May............. 105% Minneapolis Wheat December........ 98% 99% DOLLS, TOYS XMASV GOODS OUR BIG NEW; STOCK OF 'XMAS GIFTS IS. .NOW ALL READY F.0R INSPEC- OUR BASEMENT IS PACK- ED WITH TOYS OF: ALL KINDS. BRI.NG THE KID- DIES AND LET THEM SEE THiS WONDERFUL. DISPLAY. j' -r OUR OPENING ON: SATUR- DAY, DEC. 4th. WATCH FOR SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. The Red Cros? Dng Bcok Co., Limited CITY AND DISTK1CT Gave Evidence Here Dr. H. E. Hastings, osteopathic phy- sician from Calgary, has been iu the city for a few days. He was called here to give osteonathic evidence in the Moelleriug case. Wants Damafles The suit of J. Torcher, a Hebrew, who resides near Etarnwell, against R. Gs.vin, a neighbor, for damages for the alleged seduction of his daugh- -Frances, is being heard before Mr. Justice Simmons, in the Supreme Court today. The case is being con- ducted in camera. D. Elton is con- ducting the case for the plaintiffs, and J. R. Palmer is appearing for the defence. The offence is alleged to have been committed in July of last year. 101% We Want Particular Customers! who want meats that are a pleasure to serve, and to eat. We invite you 'to call- at our shop and see how Fresh and Glean- it we can do husiness bAr phone.- -We'have a full line of Meats and Poultry for tomorroAv. If it's CHOICE MEATS we always havt.it, and stand behind every cut that leaves the chop. E. OXLAND THE FAMILY BUTCHER. 1110 AVE, SOUTH. PHONE 792 LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: 3.S.55-SS.65; cattle, cows, ?5.J0: -heifers, 35.25-55.35. Chicago: 55.65-S6.S5; cattle, ?5.70-S10.55. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon prices: Wheat ;0ats........................ Kiax 155 Barley 40i Track prices: Wheat 82} Oats 29J Flas........... 167J Barley............................ 52} BUYING PRICr F07. HAY No. 1 timothy, baled, ton...... 10.00 No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton...... 9.25 No. 1 Bluejoint 9.25 Mixed, ton. 9.25 Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, Fat cows, 4A-5c. killing wethers, 6J. kiliiiii; ewes. Select hogs, 150-250 Ibs., 7Jc. Live poultry, springers, loc. Ib. Live fowl, 10-12C. Dressed 14c. Fresh gathered eegs, 40c. tloz. No. 1 Farmers' dairy butter, 30c. BUYING P.-ilGES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, pel cwt.. Bt'ets, peir cwt., Sl.OO. Turnips, per cwt., 75c. Potatoes, per ton, to S13. Parsnips, per cwt. Cabbage, per cwt., 7oc. to fl.OO. The Store JUST' A RE I.V.ED RILEY'S ENGLISH SWEETS RUSSIAN DAINTIES' RUM and BUTTER- CREAMY ROLLS MINT and BUTTER TREACLE WHIPPED CREAM BON-BONS BUTTERNUTS EGG and MILK ETC. 40c Pon iid. J J-iviisr Departing Pastor I At the close of the regular meeting of the Onward Bible class on Wed- nesday evening; a pleasant surprise was given Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan, who are about to take up their resi- dence in Taber. On behalf of the class, Mr. Lakie addressed them, ex- pressing appreciation of their work in St. Andrew's for the past three years Mrs. David Smith then presented them with a handsome cake plate suitably engraved. After Mr. Bryan had replied in suitable language, a programme of musfc was given, and a social evening spent, during which many other complimentary remarks were made to Mr. and Mrs. Bryan. Refreshments were later served. Last evening about 20 members of the Wil- lard AVJC.T.U. called'at St. Andrew's Manse, gave Mrs. Bryan a sur- prise party. At the .close of a short programme Mrs, Humphries presented Mrs. Bryan with.a silver spoon tray, and expressed on behalf of the so- ciety, .appreciation of' Mrs. Bryan's work with them. Geo. R. Dixon Co. FURNACE WORK Sheet Metal Contractors Roofing, Gas Lighting, Cornice and Sky Lights. PHONE 1057 P. O. BOX 534 Office: Rear Stafford Block Cranbrook Man Wounded Yesterday's casualty list reports that Alex. McDonald Granbrook has been Bounded. SEVERE BRONCHIAL COUGH Yields Quickly To Vinoi. Hero Is another letter we are per- mitted' to- publish .'for- the -.benefit of Lethbridge people who .suffer' from chronic coughs, colds 6r> Miss Qda Nelson, a. stenographer, of Tcaneck, suffered from a severe bronchial cough. I had bad coughing spells and became so weak it was hard for me -to go to business day after day. I tried, cough medicines and -.doctors' i prescriptions without benefit. Through a friend I learned of Vinol and after taking one bottle my 'bronchial trouble was bet- ter. Its "continued use stopped the built me up and I gained, in weight." It is' the combined action of the medicinal elements livers aid- ed by the blood-making and strength- creating properties of 'tonic iron and beef peptone, which makes Vlnol a constitutional ..remedy for chronic coughs, .colds' and bronchitis, and at the same time it will: Wild up the weakened, run-dow'n system and -'re- establish strength. Don't; forget we return: your money 1C it fails to give you satisfaction, J. D.'Higinbotham Co., Limited, .Drug- gists, 'Lethbridge, tisement. Cf Last Christmas Call Tb The Trenches The boys would appreciate a Safety Razor, -Gillette, Auto- strap or Eveready. A Pair of Military from 11.00 to CIA-nil Per Pair 9 I U-UU A Steel Shaving Mirror packed for mailing I9C Shaving Brush 2Sc to Money Purses. WE PACK ANY OF THESE FREE OF COST AT The Frank Medley Drug Co. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS Lethbridge Alberta Home Guard Regimental Orders The Home Guard will assemble lor drill in front of the Headquarters on Friday evening at 7 30 sharp, without rifles, and march to H-QjIer rink, which will -he used for drilling; pur- poses- during ,the winter months. A largg turnout is requested. The.rifle range, irivthe 'headquarters is now ..thorqu'ghly equipped, and all members are invited to .use it at any time. By Order of the OFFICER COMMANDING. WEATHER Change Quarters llason Riscb, Ltd., have secured larger quarters in the Balmoral block, nest "Wright's jewelry store, .where they will move some time next month. The feet that a company which oner ,'ates so extensively, seyxea more ac- commodation and a longer lease in city is significant The; will also stock sheet music and small rmishal Instruments in the new store. .Wax. Mm. Lethbridge, cloudy___ 44 23 E'dmonton, fair ..34 4 Calgary, clear...... 44 30 Medicine Hat, fair.. 42 34 Prince Albert, fair 1C .12 Battleford, clear 26 12 Swift Current, clear 36 30 Moose Jaw, clear.. 34 28 Regina, cloudy...... 33 20 M Qu'Appellc, fair......26 18 Winnipeg, cloudy.. 24 22 Port Arthur, .clear 48 30 Grand 39 22 (Nelson....... 34 20 weather throughout the west been mostly clear and warm. Forecast tiisher tern- Saskatchewan and and comparatively miKV The Hudson s Bay Company An- nounce a Great Christmas Prize Contest 1st Prize 2nd Prize 3rd Prize 4th Prize 5th Prize Donalda Piano Axniinster Square Trunk _ Suit Case Ladies' Sweater 6th Prize Ladies' Boots 7th Prize Electric Iron 8th Prize Military Brushes 9th Prize Slippers 10th Prize-Pair Ladies' Kid We beg to announce that we have found necessary .to aban- don, our Piano Contest as previous- ly operated, and are now conduct- Ing a' contest in which the con- testants are to estimate the num- ber of beans contained in a glass bottle, which is now exhibited in our show windows. For your guid- ance we 'state that the bottle, .when full, contains exactly one Imperial half gallon, and Is filled with beana. The bottle measures ten and a quarter inches high, is fifteen and a half Indies in clr- oumference at the bottom, and ta- pers to ten inches in circumfer- ence at the neck, outside measure- ments. This-gives-all an oppor- tunity to 'exercise their mathe- matical, talent, powers ot observa- tion ind calculatlve ability, to ar- rive at their estimate. The possession of one of our coupf.us will entitle you to one estimate. One coupon will be given each cash -purchaSiTOf goods from our'store-to the value of ONE J DOLLAR or oven When you 'have-'made your estimate, mark tlio figures plainlj on thp back of this coupon and place it m the Coupon at our Service'Qift Bureau. To he'perfectly fair to those of our customers who have already shown their interest, and are hold Ing coupons in the hope of obtain ing the Piano, we will allow them the opportunity of recording one estimate on each coupon so held. If you are holding colljxms, kindly call at the store at vour earliest convenience, make jour estimates, record them on your coupons, and place the coupons in the Coupon Box. Please remember that one be recorded "a coupon. Too bottle hu been felled and the'number of betas It contains will not be known until the, seal is, broke'nirt fit o'clock 'December and con- tents rounted. The'correct nlim-, her will be announced in the store, at 6 p.m. the saraeVday. The Piano will" b'e' given to