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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta FRIDAY; ocronun is, isis. THE L ET H B Ri D G E D A 11, 1 11 E R A 11> PAGE SEVBlt GEO. KERR AND CO. 5th Street, South For the ECONOMICAL HOUSEWIFE you cannot call Phone your Order. Goods delivered to all parts of the City. American Mills Want Our Wheat 1 pounds for Per cratos box 4 pounds for..................... Cooking pounds for.......... pound Concord -basket Red Rogers basket........-. Tokay. pounds for dozen Grape for..................... size R. C. and G. W. packages for Sunlight bars for'............. SaKborn's-, pl-r pound '.'.._ Special, 3 pounds for 1 tin. each Matcheo, Parlor Muatard, pound tin Nursery pound shred ..52.35 25c ....25c ___15c ..50c ....35c ....25c' ___20c ....45c ___50c ...20c ...25c ...25C -.'.30C ...30c ...26c ...35c tin Shredded packages for tins for pounds for ..'...................25c Hubbard pound ................4c pound.......................4c- pounds ,25c. pound ibaskel pounds for House................... .30c. Red pound GeQi-ge Washington. Instantaneous and medium tins. Roman package.................25c Corn packages for'...............25c I. Ontario, pounds for Wilson's Fly for ..........'.'........25c Clark's Pork and for puckages for........................25c tins for...................... .25c Special, per pound per pound................ 50c Jelly packages" for Chloride of for Bakin'g Curry Roast Pork with Dressing ,35c Boiled pound ....................35c OK pound i.'........... BrooKficid pound .2oc Back pound Swift's pound.................. 24c Sweet Mixed, Chow Per quart ............4Qc Sweet Gerking, per ...18c dozen..................25c U'inn peg, Oct. K. Marcy, president; of Ihc Grain com- pany erf Chicago, is visiting Winni- peg for the first time in live year's. When asked if visit had any spe- cial significance, In: replied "I am here simply bocau.sn Winnipeg is be- coming such an increasingly import- ant grain market, and we have expecting considerable Canadian wheat." Asked his opinion "Free wheat" j Mr. Marcy said: "H will make no i difference to UK, it certainly'Will not put the price of our wheat down. We arc on- a too broadly speculative bas- is for that. It-would'unquestionably raise the price to the Canadian far- mers. 1 can SRC whiire Washington would lose some money, because. Am- erican mills inu'st have your wheat or a big portion of it for their ex- port flour contracts. If the duty is not taken ofl they will biiy the wheat and Washington will get the duty, if wheat is free they will still buy it, and your farmers will gel at least a portion of the ten cents. That is how the situation ionks 10 me." Bull-Moose Leader Had to Kill Moose Paimer's Thin Per tin.................................. Fruit Cake, Sultana Cake and Cherry Per "pound Toilet largo rollE Buckwheat package .Wire Clothes Scrub each 'Shoe each Shoe each.........___....... Clothes 4 dozen Cor Was'h Boards, glass Fish Balls In Bouillon...................... Zig Zag Camembert Cheese............... .256 .20c .25C. .15c ,25c ,460 V f> ivesfr Lo. 313.5th St. South. j Quebec, Oct. Colonel The- odore- Koosevelt, 'ex-President of-, the I United States and leader ot the Bi'il Moostj .party, had to break the gamo laws of. "Quebec on his recent visit here and kill an extra moose in or- der to save his .pun life, is to 1U-in an 'affidavit sworn to by himself and his two guides. It appears that the .Colonel, who was the guest of the Tourjllc Club, had already killed the one moose allowed him by law and was returning with his two guides in a cancc when they sighted another' moose at some distance on the same lake. It was- expected that as soon as the latter" got their wind it would make away, but the canoe came near it attempted to charge, so that -.the Colonel arid his guides had to I put out into desp' water again. I Thinking to scare it, Mr. Roosevelt fired over- its head, but this seemed only to infuriate- it (he more. It. -was getting the party Had some distance to get- hack to camp.' Their way home lay through a small stream Conner.'t-ing twro lakes, and shortly before they came to this the moose, which had .been following along the shore, took to the bush. Usually when this happens the moose is not seen again. However, after the canoe was some way down the stream its occupants suddenly saw the black bulk of the animal looming' _ up ahead in the stream itself. He i was waiting for them and in a spot I where the water was only -ibout a foot deep. At thirty off he began his charge. Roosevelt fired over bis head in spite of tb.e shouts, of the guides, who were him to kill' at once. The moose, kept on, and j then the as, he said after that it was eith- er his life or that of the angry teast, i fired again and struck ,'the. latter in j the chest at feet. away. This slowed Win up he? came on a.JSin, and this time the big'' game hunter gave.Jiim his rest with a shot through he-ad, which I brought within few. feet of the canoe. THE SURPRISE LANDING AT TROOPS OCCLPY- ING ANAFARTA BAY TORONTO M.D. TO ..THE FORE Toronto, Ont. Oct. Na- smith, former director of laboratories 'for Toronto, sent the first report to ttie British headquarters on the gases used when the Germans. broke through at Langemarck. His opinion iiiis since proven to tie correct, and jhis recommendation' the best means (for .counteracting thsir effect. His suggestions were immediately adopt-. led by the War Office. The work 1 vi Inch Ndsmith and his asso- uiates are doing at the front is recos-j i.nized br the British-Headquarters as.' invaluable, and the !city of Toronto shoi d lie proud of him So le iliorts Br H V Brure on his return j from France. ALLOWANCE MUNITION WORKERS Ottawa, Ont., Oct. Imper- authorities have decided to pay a weel-h cparatirn of 20 ro tht famih of each married man [Ajubhg the munition workers who re- icenllv went fiom Casnda to hngiand. 1 Iiitimition to effect has been treeercd and definite confirmation is e'pecteti in a da1-" There 1710 men who tvei't from Ca iadR or nliom il is thought pio- "isblj 1000 are married TWi should mean tnat about S4000 per nee'i I Would be ?ent bnck here for distribu-, tton amons the families 'of the men the Labqi depaitment This sep aration allowmice is1 in additinn to the I regular wages men" I WHEN THE ZEPPS SMASHED LQNfiON BOW ISLAND {Bow lii'.and Review) Again Mnleh to the fore. 0. Brn fetad lias tlireshed'54 bushels of wheat to Mie acre. Mr. hart a crop on aores, live acres of. was spring .breaking, tlie remainder summer fal ;16w.. of-starring the Bri tlah .Empire (his year; It. Wealheriy, north of "town, nro hably got OUR-of the most bomitemn .crops in the district.. His wheat av- eraged to the acre, whi'.st a flfild of oats .yielded for its owner JQ1 bushels. An interestin.? fact con- nn K tl rrop i-> that o vrh r tio t-cdt uu 01 ms Xnado Biich hevoc of it.that Iwt for aqverso circumstiincep he would have ploughed the whfAe thing up .and. re- The Simpson Co., Limited Selling High-grade Merchandise at a Moderate Price: "What More Could You Ask" Yisii MIC stori' often ami cDinptire our prices niiv other store's prices. You'll Km! we 'save von money, and ai the same I.hue ji'ive yon niei-cliiindise wilh style and combined. Ladies' Coats, Abo.ut 1 dozen Ladies' Clotli Coats, dark colors, Tweeds "and" Cheviots, good styles. Worth ?K! to For a Week-End Bargain Ladies' Dressy Coats for A range of popular styles m these heavy Winter Coats. .Materials are Tweeds, Curia, Chin- chillas and Plushes. A Week-End Sealette Coats for Hncsf Silk Sealette Coats. Brocaited Satin silk frog fastening. A Week-End Bar- gain at Natural Pongee Waists, quality. Pongee Silk, with Emerald yreen Messuline collar, and well made. Good value at 58.00. On sale for a.Week-End Bargain Stamped Goods for Hand Embroidering PILLOW SLIPS Made, from Circular Cotton, 42x30 inches, neat stamped with embroidered, scalloped .end. Per pair ..............................85c 20x48 LINEN RUNNERS 85c Neat stamped on both ends, trimmed all round with 3 inch mercerized lace and inser- tion. at, each .................85c STAMPED NIGHT GOWNS AND CORSET COVERS 75c Good quality of soft nainsook, made up com- plete when .embroidery is" completed. Special! at, New Lace Silk and Muslin Neckwear All nfjwpst styles. in Collars. Collars and Cuffs and Urpandic Embroidered Vests. Hang- ing in prioe from 25c, ail the way up Ladies' Leather Handbags Low in Price and of Good Quality Leather Bags 011 sale at...............69c 32.25 Leather on sale Leather Bags on sale at 3-1.50 Leather Bags on sale at Silk Hair Ribbons n inches wide, all colors. 2 yards for 4 inch Silk Hair Ribbons. Per yard.........10c Plaid and Roman stripes. Per yard .........25c Silk 'Hair Rib'bons, 5 Inches wide, in a good range of colorings. At per yard .........-......25c A Complete New Stock of Boys' Tweed Bloomers Also full range of sizes in Corduroy Bloomers. Prices up to Pillows, Quilts Blankets, showing values that cannot be beaten Feather Pillows. Per Feather Pillows. Pine quality! Per pair.. Cushion Forms, clean filling. Each .......7...75c Real Conifoi ters Earth 75 Very fine Down Comforters. Each 60x72 Cotton Pilled Comforters. Each 72x72 Cotton Filled Comforters. Each. All wool steel grey Blankets. Per pair Chinook ;brown Blankets. Per pair Heal Scotch Imported White Blankets Best 'Canadian extra large, pure soft wool, .Blank- ets Per pair Pure Irish Linens at the Old Prices We were fortunate in having a .heavy stock of! Linen on hand when the market prices advanced 72 inch, Pure Irish Linen Tabling, in a variety of patterns PPI jard half bleached Linen Damask. Per yard..65c 12" Bleacher) L-inen Damask. Per yard.'..; ..9Qc 45" Embroidery .Linens. Per yard.........85c 3fi" Soft Embroidery Linens. .Per yard ......65c STANDARD PATTERNS The'easiest to manage HOLEPRQQF HOSIERY The Guaranteed, Kind LA CAMILLE CORSETS Front Lacing The Simpson Co., Limited GRAIN! Your Business is Growing is the Get Together OUH PRICES WILL INTEREST YOU CONSIGNMENTS WIRE OR WHITE US Smith, Murphy Co. Grain Merchants Phone 1313 Wo will 'give yoqr business quick and intelligent attention. 7th street :aouth. in Sherlock Building (Qround Floor.) W. K. PORTER.'Manager Lethbridje Branch. Head Grain Exchange. of Nova Scotia. This plciaro rcAthmf: Cannda In German Zeppelins in their recent raid -The dnmage docs not nppedr to hf vrn j of Ncvi b-- it t.1 in uhicb 1110 t f Ilic dtinii bv It that crtiMdi wore attracted to the pia c through curlositj PAY INDEPENDENTS WEEKLY 1 I oniloll Oi H thnn 000 000 atprllnr; is ijaitl bv tha Hrltian pnvcmmoiu to tin1 MM children of toldiorp jiiif ivf'h Ike fins iBtilruKiU AM minis in tile House of i _ GEN.. VON OONOP .Master general of ordinance in the 'British retention of onice to. Gennun has been much dlsoiiaaedi.r.onl Kitchener tlireitenccl lo reiijn If this general uaa .dismissed. LIBERALS WILL NOT E L 'Montreal, Oct. Lib- cSnnty rtofinitely decided nol to oppose the Mliiis- ;tev of Inlaml Hon. B. L. Pat- 'entudc Mho will elfcted ac- clumtlon in Ifochelaga This dcci- ,alpn was arrived at after a consulta- tion ultli Sir Wilfrid lAiirlrr Alfred 'Lfduc Liberal candidate, bjai Mlthdrawu train field. Salberg Grain Co. MEMBERS WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE LtthbrJdge Ground floor, Hull Block. John Billings Co. Ltd. Grain Merchants. Lptlibriilac Phone 1425 ;