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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best a ilay hotel in IM Taylor Made Flour "Pride of Alberta" and "Mother's Favorite" Your Money Back in Flour Values Money BY RETURN MAIL For Cream We can handle more Cream, and pay cash at once for shipment- Crystal Dairy Co. 13th St. South, Lethbridge. PHONE 1576. G. F. CLUB SALE OF PLAIN AND NEtDLEWORK Candy HOME Afternoon Stall COOKING Tea Sahs Opens at 3 o'clock Proceeds to go to I. O. D. E. Drawing for Cushion at 4.30k. Come 'and support Patriotic and Local Relief Work. 411 5th 'St The Orpheum Domestic Trouble Was the Cause of Burmis Tragedy Blairmore, Oct. prelimin- ary trial oi Philip Hart oi Burmis, on the charge oi murdering his wile, on Oct. 12th, was held at Bc.'.evue i today, before Inspector Jungct oi Pincher Creek. W. 11. Campb-II, K. of Macleod, appeared on behali oi the prosecution, while L. H. Putnam o( Blairmore, acted for the accused man. The first witness called was Ambrose Oliver, who stated he was employed by the accused, and repeat- ed most of the evidence he at the inqutst, which was to the eSect that he witnessed the snooting, which took place about 3.30 p.m. The only material" -diSerence between the evi- deuce given' today and that gi en on i the 12th inst., was that he was not i quite so clear on the mode oi the shooting, llrs. Minnie Sargent, who appears -to-be the -crown's chiei wit- ness, was nest called upon, her esi- deaci upon examination by Mr. Camp- bell bringing to light some very in- teresting details. She stated that the deceased and accused have during the i time she has Ken with them, led a I somewhat unhappy Hie. j When asked as" to the cause, Mrs. Sargent stated that money matters i and the attention, of other men to the deceased were the chief cause, Mrs. Sargent giving the names of the two men who she thought were the chief 1 cause of all the mischief. SPECIAL CLEARING SALE TO MAKE ROOM FOR FALL AND WINTER GOODS Here is an opportunity for you to lay In a supply of A. 1. Goods at Wholesale, and some than Wholesale Prices. We have three straight cars of Apples, Canned Goods and Jams arriving within- the next few weeks and need all the available space we can scrape Everything1 Guaranteed as ad- vertised Money 'Back Guarantee. CANNED GOODS Pointer 3s, special five tins for.................. Per case of 2-1 Harvest Brand, 3s. special, 3 tins for .......o5c Per case, 2-1 tins .......................S2.75 Peas, Vine June. 2s, a better grade than the ordinary lOc line, special per tin..10c Per case, 24 tins Beans, French String Beans; very finest, regular 20c a tin; special, 2 tins for ..............25c Corn. Pure Food Brand; per tin Per case. 24 tins Strawberries, Red and Black Raspberries, Pitted Cherries, regular 2 for 45c; special 2 tius..35c Pears, regular 20c. a special. 7 tins for Green Gage Plums; regular lac; Special a tins for .........51-00 Apricots and Sliced Peaches, Lib- by's and Delmonte; regular 2 for 35e; special 7 tins for.....51.00 Gallon.Pie Fruits, Rhubarb, Pump- kin, Pears and Apples; regular from 35c to each; special, per Catsup, Vine 2s, regu- lar 2 for 55c; special 3 for..25c Catsup, Rose Brand, in quart bot- tles, regular 25c each; special. ..................35c Catsup, Blue Label, regular 35c; special 2 bottles for ...55c Cove Oysters, size Is, regular loc; special price, f. tins for................................5Jc Young Kippered Herring; size Is, reg. loo. each. Special price, each .......................10c Sardines, Imported, Star Island Brand, regular 2 for 25c; special, 3 for.................-----25c Sardines, in oH or mustard, domestic; a tins for ................................25c Lye Gem, ]00% up by Cudahys; same people that pack Old Dutch Cleanser; regular 2 for 25c; special 3 for ...................25e Ripe Olives; Gallon tins, regular each- Special, per tin Vinegar, Malt or .White Wine- Quarts, Rajah Brand, regular 25c; special 2 -bottles for...35c Raspberry Vinegar, Red Cross Brand; reg. 40c; spec. each..30c A. 1. Sauce, regular 25c size; spec- ial price...................15c Large, reg. special ----25c Stove Polish; Black Knight; regu- lar lOc; special 2 for ......15c Shoe Polish, 2 in 1; regular Special, 2 for ..............15c Graham Wafers, Size 2s, tins, regular price 35c; Special, each Liquid Veneer, 12 oz. bottles, regular 50c; spec- ial per trattle Chili Sauce and Tomato Chutney, 25c line for 15c; 35c line for ......................25o Hams, Swifts, Empire, large size, Special per In sack lots; per pound ..................18c 'Soap, Ivory; 11 bars for ........-...........50c Snap, Hand Cleanser, 2 tins for .............25c Storage Eggs; per dozen....................30c New Laid Eggs; per dozen .................wo ..............25c Condensed Milk, Canada First, the thick, sweet- ened kind, rej 15c; special, per tin -----...'10c Per case, 48 tins Evaporated Milk, Utility Brand, skimmed, hotel size, special Lunch Tongue; Clarke's, Is, regular 50c; special net tin...................................'We V-s, regular 30e; special ..................25c Salmon; extra fancy Sockeye, Rob Hoy Brand- Regular 25c; special per tin ..............20c Bisto, Gravy Maker, 25c tins; 2 for ...35c FRIDAY and SATTJBDAY, O1VIAY20 pounds B. C. Sugar. k Full Line of Fresh Fruit and Vegetables, Concord Grapes, Tokay Quince, Pears, Italian ;s, Sweet Potatoes, Ripe Tomatoes. Now is thV.time to get Quince and i Concord Grapes; season A ____ Prunes Sweet Potatoes, Ripe Tomatoes. Now isThe-ttime to ge. nearly over. Next week we will have our first car of-Winter Apples. To Out-of-Town Retail Orders for or over we will Prepay the Freight to within 100 Miles of Lethbrjdge with the exceptionI of Sugar, Flour and Barrelled Salt. office: THE GOOD CO. FhoEel271 HIGH-CLASS, GROCERIES Phone 52 E. J. TICKNER STORE OF QUALITY AND GOOD SERVICE. PHONE 364.' 204 13th STREET SOUTH ttellogg's Corn Flakes. a for Krinkle Corn Flakes 3 lor Shredded Wheat :i, ror Puffed Rice 2 for............... Puffed Wheat 2 tor Post Toasties Per package 7... 45e 2Sc lOc Blue Ribbon Tea 3 pound package. Blue Ribbon Tea Per pound......... Red Rose Tea Per pound Llpton's Tea Per pound......... Golden Tips Tea Per pound .....r... Our Special Blend Per pouml 40c 40c 40c 55c 35c THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES in connection with the evidence .at f Winnipeg, Man., Oct. this witness and Ambrose I HOITie _________ and closing prices on the grain ex- verr contradictory statement was i... n TVP1-P T r.. illif thd I IxCSfllXlClxLClt changes today were Wheat- Get........................ Kov.......... Dec......................... May'...............'......... Oct......................... Nqv......................... May "IT. T.'T T." Got........................ Oct....................... NOT........................ Slay......... Dec. JIa-y CHICAGO TVHEAT 1.05 MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT Ve-........... May made. Jlr. Oliver stated that the ic- Open Close cuseij man took deliberate aim at his 99J 99J 1Tife at a distance of about eight feet, 9J while -Mrs. Sargent was positive liat "H the distance was ten yards, and that the gnu was carried by the accused's side, and not aimed from the should- 43 er, as stated by Oliver. Mrs. Sargent demonstrated to the Court just how the gun was when it was flrea. B Mr. Putnam, ;ipon cross-examination, 'asied tie witness if she was positive .J- as to this position of the gun, she j statlnr she 'was. the joint of which will no doubt be one of the strong I'M! Po'n's for tie defence. Other formal evidence was given by members of the R.N.-W.M.P., who ar- reefed accused. Neither counsel addressed the mag- ictrate, ivhereupoa he committed the 1 o-l-1- accused man to the criminal court at MacleoS, to be held on November 2, on a charge of wilful murder, uiij- 'J6t Both, witnesses were bound over to l.OOJ l.OOJ appear on that aatt, Mr. Oliver in his rtim recognizances, while Mrs. Sar- i bonds to the am- 96i 94f 1.00 -39 1.60 1.63 1.694 UIVESTOCX PRICES YESTERDAY .Calgary- Hogs, S9.00-S9.23; cattle, cowa, heifers, fB.JM5.40. Chicago: Hogs, J7.65.J8.75: cattte, IS.IO-J10.50. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL WHEAT MARKETS Track priccs- .IWieat 82i Oats........................ Barley..................... 46 IVagon lots Wheat 78 Oats 50 .Barley 40 J Flax W3 HAY 10.25 S.25 9.25 SU-Y.ING PRICE FOR No. 1 timothy baled, ton K6..1 alfalfa, baled, ton No. 1 Biueioint BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per cwt., Sl.OO. Beets, per cwt., Jl.OO. T) ''nips, per cwt., 75c. >New potatoei, per ton, to Wwnips, per owt. Cabbage, per cwt., 75c. to U-00. Livestock- and Poultry Choice steers, Fat'oowi, 44-5C-- killing wethers, 6J. killing ewes, topi, 150-250 Ibi., litre poultry ipKngars, 16c. tb. '.Nuiulwr 1 (owl, 12Jc. Fowl, 12 to 15c. Frert gstbcnd tf.fi, 35e. doz. butter, 28c. WANTED 200 CARS NO. ONE POTATOES White .preferred. Sacked f. o. b. Leth- bridge. Wire Quotations Quick! SinclairBrokirapCo. Winnipeg. The Home Guard headquarters and rifle range adjoining the city police station on Second avenue South is now open every evening for all active and honorary members, and also to the drivers of the automobile squad- ron. You are invited to call and prac- tice rifle shooting. By Order, The Home Guard -will parade in front Chinook club on Friday evening nest, at 3 o'clock sharp, with rifles, for regular drfil and musketry exercises.' A large turn-out is re- quested. The regulation badges will be distributed, which.wiil entitle mem- bers to transportation on street cars one war when attending drills. The Ambulance section and First Aid class "Will be instructed in future at the Home Guard headquarters on Second avenue South, on Monday and. Friday evenings, at 8 o'clock. New First Aid Olass starts on Friday night. Dr. Thompson and Fire Chiei Hardie Instruct. On Sunday afternoon at 2.30 -twelve cars attached to the Home Guard Automobile squadron will assemble in front of the Chinook club for the. purpose of entertaining the Australian j Cadets to an eicursion through the Irrigation district and to other points of interest. By order of the OFFICER COMMANDING. Business Efficiency Is Enhanced by Good Office Suppliet. Good supplies make office work ecpnomize time. "We have just what .'is. needed for .every Typewriter Ribbons, Carbon Paperr, Note Books, Legal Blanks, ber Bands, Inks, Mucilage, Lib- rary Paste, Rubber Stamp's etc. When needed in office supplies, conie here first. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited CITY AND DISTRICT Masonic Lodge-Meeting A regnlar meeting of Lethbridge Lodge, No. 39, A.F. A.M., will be held tonight in the Masonic hall. Vis- iting brethren welcome. Commissioner for Affidavits Edward H. Mack of Carmangay has been appointed a commissioner for taking affidavits. Justices of the Peace. ata-Jor A. B. Stafford of L-ethbridse and John D. Madill of Foremost have been appointed justices oi the peace. Germans Claim Advance on Riga Berlin, Oct. 21, via German advance on the Russian .Bal- tic port of Riga, for the possession of which a great.battle has been on for several weeks, has been carried for- ward further.' The War Office report- ed today that Field-Marshal von Hin- denburg's army had occupied the iianV of the Dvina River, northeast of Mit- eau, from Borkowitz to Beraemuenbe. Russian reports of success ,ia the central and southern end of the line received partial .confirmation in to- day's German statement. German fore ct on the Styr were re- treat, losing a few cannon. A dance will be held every Satur day night in Burgmana Hall. .Dane ing from 9 till 12. Gents 50c; free. A which ing gas producers to manufacture am- monia by synthesis has been perfect- ed hy a German scientist Cheese and Butter Makers HANSEN'S RENNET WYBTH'3 RINNET JOY'S RENNBT DAISY RENNET Alx) the same Butter Color in 25c and 50c bottles Store American Yeomen Meeting of the American Yeomen tomorrow night in the Moose hall at 8.30. Those desiring information re same may come between 8.00 and 8.30. Band for Reception The City Band will ulay at the re- ception to the Australian Cadets next Saturday. All members of the band are requested to he at the band rooms for practice on Friday at 8 o'- I clock, and be at the station at 1.30 on Saturday afternoon. Opening of Agricultural School The Provincial School of Agriculture at Claresholm wi'il commance its third year in agriculture and domestic science: on November 2. Extra ac- commodation has been provided for tlio large number of students who have registered. Already over one hundred have signified their Intention oi taking the work. Lethbridge Lady Hurt in Runaway :Ne a f Coaidale CoaMale, Alta., Oct. 21 grand opening of -the new hall will be held next Tuesday evening, when a public dauce and "oyster supper will be held and everyone is cdrdla'ily invited. The' trustees of the new Coaidale Consolidated school, Messrs. Mitchell, Suggett, Haley, Pawson and Knobbs, accompanied by Biesdames Haley, and Pawson journeyed to Warner, yesterday, to look over .the consolidated school there. A'runaway accident occurred yes- terday at B.'S. Pawso.n's farm when (he horses-suddenly took fright, and ran away 'Mrs Pawson was thrown out of the rig, and sustained a broken rib, .while' Mrs" Wm.. Jlitford of Leth- ,rbndge was seveiely shaken up The other occupants of'the rig were not hurt Mrs. has returned to Cowley, after visit with her daugh ter, Mrs Suggett The regular meeting of the Coaidale O D S will be held neU Friday ev Constipated women find Rexall nerlies a gentle, natural laxative Sold only by J. D. HiginbotHam Co... Ltd., The Rexall Store, lOc, 256, and 50c ening. peter Lund to Live-Here Peter Lund, the big lumber dealer of Wardner, DC who has lumber jards thiough the praine country, -md also has a farm north of Lethbridge, has located in for the com IHK winter, and has moved his f-im ilfhere He will remain at-east foi the winter, but has not decided vet whether lie will reside here perman ently. Ambulance Class The Citizens' Ambulance class will meet this evening at ,8 .o'clock in Westminster school. Kentishmen and Sons Daughters Of England Arc cordially invited to attend the Whist Drive and Trafalgar Day Celebration To-night at 8.30 Admission 25 .Cents W. A. Buchanan, Esq., M. P., will address the gathering. GET WHAT YOU WANT BySecuriniYourTtekrtOvtr'Ilw DONALDSON LIKE CREAM FOR CATARRH OPENS UP NOSTRILS To Get Quick Rtlitf from Head-Coldi. It's Splendid! CAMADIAN In one minute your clogged nostrils will air passascs of your 'head wiHclear and you can breathe i freelf. No more hawking, snuffling, blowiDK headache, drynesa. No strug- i fHng for 'breath, at night; ?our cold or catarrh will ibs- gone. Get a small brittle of Ely's Croim Balm from your dniggist now. Ap- ply a little of this fragrant, antiseptic healing cream In your nostrils. It t penetrates through every air passajr :of the head, ioothcs inflamed or swollen membnma and relief i comes instantly. It's Junt fine. stuftod-up with cold or nasty cornel .10 quickly. CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS VERY LOW ROUND TRIP FA11ES FROM TO CALOARY, EDMONTON, flreat Britain KOOTENAY AND EAST ViFCBl Oriiam IN CONNECTION, WITH ALL TRANS-ATLANTIC 8.S. LINES Tickets on sale from November 15th to De- cember 31st, 1915, andgood for five months. THBOTJGII STANDARD AND TOURIST SLEEPING CARS Tickets Information at all Canadian Paclflc Offices 8. B. MITCHELL, Ticket Aqent, Lethhrldge. R. DAWSON, fllttrlct-fiMtnger Agtnt, ciigarjr. ;