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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRINT1NG HIRAID JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD "The Song of the Sweet Dough- Dough Soh Me Dough Life's One Prolonged Harmonic Chord When "Taylor-made" adorns your.board JAPANESE ORANGES A LAKGE SHIPMENT ARRIVED TODAY This is tlio-second lot we have had this hut the first real ripe and good ones. Every Orange ripe and sound, and every box chuck full of Oranges. Price per box Office: THE GOOD CO. Store! Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 CITY AND DISTRICT Today's Recruits Those taken on the Kilties .this morning were It. S. Noble, Scotch H. C. Lecsman, English C. A. Her- rold, Belgian P. J. Unites'; Eng- lish: E. H. Mell, Canadian H. Fraser, Irish L. Pitt, English. On Active Service Omald Spoor, 'who oace taught in the Magrath Public school, recently 1 enlisted with the University of Al- berta corps for overseas service. Bob I Spoor, his brother, also formerly of i Magrati, went down with the Em- press of, Ireland. His bride also was lost in that terrible disaster. Pasteurized Milk Kills the Bacteria causing many dis- eases. No diseases can be traced to Pas- teurized Milt. Sold only by The Crystal Dairy PHONE 1576 Owing to error in transmission oi sen-ice Wednesday afternoon.the Can- adian papers carried a dispatch from London crediting Premier Asquith the statement: "It Sister in Magrath Corporal Austin, brother of-Mrs. R. Wright of Magrath, was receutly killed in action some where in France.! He was with the famous Durham i Light Horse, and died in Uie'thickest of the fighting in Flanders. Corporal Austin went through the Boer war, I and when the present war broke'out he wns one of the very first to offer his services. MAY BURN. Winnipeg, Man., Nov. the .......__________ has been'first time a tender was handed in on considered advisable to place all land Saturday to the Manitoba government Torres on the western front under one for Alberta coal. Previously'all ten- cpmmander." The dispatch should i jers have been for Pennsylvania coal, should e read as follows "Lon- The tenderers, the David Bowman Coal don, Nov. Asquith told g. supply Co., sent in a letter urging the house today it had not been con- government, for national reasons. DON'T LEAVE YOUR XMAS GIFTS TO THE LAST MINUTE Call at Smithy's Studio and maSe an appointment for iiting today. There is nothing more ac- 4ble than.a portrait your-- children for Christmas A. EVLYN SMITH HIGH CLASS PORTRAITURE Studio 906 Third Avenue' S. Next, to Baptist Church sidered advisable to place all land forces 011 the western front under one commander. The Preniur's statement was in replj to questions by Sir George Scott Robertson." A SNIPER WITH A RECORD Sydney, from the Gallipoli Peninsula say that a Queensland, cavalryman named Sing holds tbe record T among the Austra- lian troops as a sniper. Up to the tirst of Sentember, Sing bad shot 91 Tfhom at least 50 were killed outright. Sing was a crack marks- man before the war and won. prizes for his shooting at Brisbane and at Sydney. Since .engaging in system- the Dardanelles opera- tions he has rarely missel one of his human'targets. When he brings down a Turk a notch Is made by Sing in a stick which he keeps by way of a re- cord. Sing's sniping performances are said to be question, for every telling shot to him ias been checked by some officer. f. to patronize Canadian coal. The gov- ernment is considering. MARKETS PEOPLE'S SKATING ____RINK GET READY FOR THE PEO- 1 PLE'S SKATING RINK Get 'Your Skates Sharpened COAST REPORTER KILLED Vancouver, Nov. cables announce the death at the Dar- danelles, of Frank Coftee, jr., former- ly a reporter on 'the "World newspaper of Vancouver. Coffee was .25 years" old, horn in Australia, well-known in Winnipeg. His father is a wealthy Sydney merchant, who came from Buelph, Ont, where the family is "Widely known.- lilrs. W. "il. Williamson is-a candi- date for school trustee ..in Medicine Hat. TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Nov. and closing grain exchange today were as follows: Opeu December........ 100% May............ 105 November Decezhpei 39 May .i....... 41V. Barley- November........ November........ December........ 184 May............ 189% Closing Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern.......... No. 2 Northern.......... Burnt Leather Goods Burnt leather made up into various useful and attractive articles, forms a most accept- able Christmas Gift Following are some of the articles in our stock, made of Burnt Leather. Cushion Covers to Table Mats, 60c to S1.00 Tobacco Pouches, 50c each. Whisk Holders and whisk 50c. Glove Handkerchief Folders Racks................. 60c Pipe Racks 50c to Hand Bags........ 75c to Squaw Bags Pin Cushions 60c. Book Covers.............. 50c Snap Shot Albums 35c to Post Card Albums to Leather Novelties 25c each The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited CITY AND DISTRICT Enjoyable Service The sermon in song given by the Wesley choir-.ou Sunday evening, un- der the direction of Mr. Claude Hugh- es, was much appreciated. Mrs. Lay- ton's solo, "There Is a Green Hill Far was, particularly enjoyed. Rejoins Troupe C. Lavell, -who is with "The Khaki Girls" at the Orpheum, has rejoined the troupe, after returning from Cal- igarjy where he went to answer to a charge fraud iu connection with a railway ticket He was cleared, of the charge. Leaves Tomorrow Afternoon Lieut H. J. Goode, who has just been gazetted with .the Canadian Pion- received a telegram today re- quiring him to leave the city tompr- row afternoon, instead of tomorrow evening, as was at first arranged. Hotel Windsor The Popularity That "OUR BEST" FLOUR enjoys is due only to the high standard of quality maintained and the moderate price at which it is sold. See your grocer about it NOW ELU80N MULING EUHTII CO. PROTECTS YOUR PHOTOGRAPHS Sons of England, Notice The Sons of England meet tomor- row night at S o'clock sharp, in the S.O.E. hall. The election of officers will take place, and other very import- ant business will be discussed. All members are specially requested to be present. Committed for Trial Before Supt. Pennefather, at the .Mounted Police barracks on Satur- day, -the two men Broadbeut and Ulch, who had been remanded for a weel; on the charge of forging bfils of sale, were committed for trial. Tllch was allowed bail. They will come up at the nest sitting of a court of compet- ent jurisdiction. 3 Northern 4 Northern No. 5 Northern No. 6 Northern Feed........ No. 2 C. W. No. 3 0, W: Ex. No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed No. 3.......... No. 4 Feed Flax- No, t N. C. W. IN CANADA" Ford Touring Car Price If you stayetT indoors all winter you might nol need your Ford 'till grass time. But in the wide "out-of-doors" the Ford serves as well in 'January as in June. It's the all-yearrrovmd car with a-reputation for service and economy Ilia I isn't affected by Ihe seasons. The Runabout is now the Town Car 5780; f.o.h. Ford Ontario. All cars completely equipped, including eiectrlo, headlights. Equipment does not include speed- ometer. Get particulars from THE FORD GARAGE VIRTUE PROPS. 12K 3rd AVE. ft. 633. will be the present war is .at of Mira Jlichaelovna .Ivanova. ,This spirited woman, was serving as a. No. 2 C, W............ 17924 j regimental surgeon She was tending Chicago. Wheat December........ May......' '108% Minneapolis Wheat December 102% Olay......... 105 Partnership Action The action of Palmer vs. Lang Major, and Major va Palmer Lang, consolidated, is being heard in 'the Supreme Court before Air. Justice Sim- mons, today. The action arises out of a dissolution of partnership of a firm of architects, of which Mr. Palmer nas the Lethbridge representative. The tntion-is to recover fees alleged-to he due for work done. Mr.'Palmer plans for f-h'e proposed Labor Temple, and other proposed' buildings in-Letli- bridge and is claiming', among1 other amounts, fees on tifese plans, in con nection with the partnership. RE-QPENED For Business H. MAYER PHONE 665 120 FIFTH STREET SOUTh! Per Bottlo Special Prices on All Wines Croft's XXX Tort Birkidal Hartmann Port Croft's X Fine Old Port................ Mumra's Extra Dry, per pint Hartman's Burgundy, per pint TERMS STRI-STLY CASH 105 107% 100% 104 LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, I8.70-S8.75; steers, cows, S5.00-S5.10; heifers, Chicago: Hogs, cattle, LOCAL_MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon prices: Wheat SO Oats.................................... 26 Flax.................. 158 Barley 401 BUYING PRic- for. HAY 1 timothy, baled, ton 10.00 No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton 3.25 No. 1 Bluejoint 3.25 Mixed, ton 3.25 Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, Fat cows, killing wethers, 6J! killing PUTS. :tjc. Select hogs, 150-250' Ins., .7Jc. Live poultry, springers, 15c. Ib. Live fowl, 10-12C. Dressed 14c. Fresh gathered esgs, 40c. doz. No. 1 dairy butter, 30c. BUYING PRICES FOR the'wounded in the thick bat- tle, amid an increasing hail-of-rifle and machine gun bullets Her bro ther nnd the regimental officers urg- ed her to seek shelter, but in_vam_ At last, all the officers of the company, to which she was attached; bad fallen, an3 the men Tvere losing heart and giving QuicUy realising the critical nature of ..the moment; the heroic nurse rallied round her the remnants of the company, and, charg- ing at their head, the; ene- my's trench. Unhappily, she 'TVS.S struck by a bullet and died" shortly afterwards Interesting Address The address by Dr. Rivers last ev ening in Wesley hall -was greatly en- joyed by the fair-sized audience pre- sent. Opening with a fine description of Sail Francisco, and the cities of Berkley, Oakland and Alaraeda, across t the" Bay, the Doctor first spoke of the American Prison Congress, to which he flent, Alberta. The wide objects congress includ- ed tie improvement of laws and meth- i oils of enforcement; the prevention of crime, improvement of 'buildings, gov-1 eminent, management, and care of j discharged prisoners. The Panama exposition, in commemoration of the Canal, .covered 635 acres, leauallmg the i-iiole of the farm con nected the gaol, of which Dr. Riv- ers ig tlie superintendent. The great fair was housed in .eight main build- j ings, Auth the court of the universe in the centre. The tower of jewels, 500 feet high, on which Electric displays from a ship in the harbor were thrown was an object of great beauty. Each I building would require a week to see it In each state had its building, of which California was by far the finest, and equalled only by the Canadian building- which was so arranged as to show the -ivhoie. Do- minion ?s in panoramic view. A mod- el of'the Panama Canal, covering five acres, was viewed, by the spectators CEASES PUBLICATEON OF MORNING PAPER Carrots, per per cwt, Turnips, cwt., 75c. Potatoes, per ton, Parsnips, per cwt, SI.50 Cabbage, per 75c to .Moose Sask., Morning News has a morning paper, the last issue of. the old order of tilings cowing out today. SHOE REPAIRING By modern machinery and ex- pert workmen, ensuring the best and neatest work. PHONE 1717 and your ordtr win 'be. called for and returned promptly. Our machinery has "been improved and.plant enlarges. FRANK MItES VOTE FOR McKENZIE For Commissioner of public Utilities. TO THE'CITIZENS OF _' respectfully request your lupport in the Coming Elec- tion at Commitiioner of Public Utilities Having been connected with the Electrical business for the 16 years, and with the business experience obtained dur- ing that time, I feel I have the necessary qualifications to serve you Well. At a later date I'will'offer ray plat- form for your approval. W. L. McKENZIE, Lecture Tonight Dr Wilfred T Grenfell, "The Pat- ron Saint wlio'is to speak here tonight at Wesley church on a moving platform, where they is to devote the ploceeds of hr lec- supplied hy telephones connect i ture tour to his work among the Lab- ed with an Edison record, describing rador Many important un- everj part as they rtassed it. The dcrtakings heen commenced at Ue Grentell mission for which iumK are needed, and it is for the purpose of raising money that the Doctor has come to the United States anil Can- ada.-to lecture. His to be one of Die most in Lcthbniige Uis alone will well re pay seeing and tlic lecturer is a-most Grand Canyon of polorado was .simil- arly "shown. The" side trips were a enjoyable feature of the .Doctor's trip, and included Los Angeles, Long Beach, Pasadena, Bush's sunken gar- dens, costing a year to main- tain, and made possible on profits on beer; Riverside and. Redlands, with 250.000 acres of orange groves, and acres of .vineyards; ..Smiley freights, San Bernardino, Portland, I city of-roses, and Mo.uht Hood, WAR aVi described.. -The great exposition' closes In a day or two. Miss npss gave a well-rendered; piano solo. CHRISTMAS NOVELTIES Mian Biiis'ourn will hold a sale of Christmas Novelties In .fancy hand- made articles at 207 7th St. South, on Saturday, Dec. 4th, from. 3 to 7 p.m. The I.O.D.B. will serve tea at this. entertaining speakei. ON MEXICAN BORDER Mosaics. Nov. biiioers In