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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta "The Song of the Sweet Dough" Dough Soh Me Dough Life's One Prolonged Harmonic Chord When "Taylor* made" adorns your board - TT7T MODEL, . BAKERY BREAD IS GOOD AND TASTES GOOD To the Dull Appetite it is Enticing-to the Keen Appetite, Delight. Order a Loaf from your Grocer, or Phdne 1175 and the Rig will call. MODEL BAKERY Phone 1175 Specials in Fresh Fruits and Vegetables End JONATHAN APPLES-All No. Is and guaranteed in perfect condition. Special per case..-$1.90 PEWAUKEE APPLES-The Orchard Run in sandpit crates, for cooking; asocial, crate.S1.B5 Or 7 pounds for..........................25c BANANAS-Special per dozen ............. .\30c LEMONS-Special per dozen...............25c VALENCIA ORANGES-Extra large size, regular 75c. Special per dozen..................60c EMPEROR GRAPES-Special 2 pounds for. .35c JAP ORANGES-To arrive tomorrow- Special per box...........................70c RIPE TOMATOES-Fresh California stock- Per pound :.........'...................... 20c CUCUMBERS-Extra "fancy hot house- Price each *..........,.....  ...........20c SWEET POTATOES-Medium sizer- .....Special '4% pounds for...................25c VALENCIA ONIONS-Largo white ones- -'"!�� Special 4 pounds for ......................2Sc HEAD LETTUCE-2 for ...........,25c "LEAF LETTUCE-Crisp and*tender; pound'..30c. FRESH OYSTERS-'Solid meats.no water- Per Quart .....v..90c Per Pint.................................50c FRESH BROOKFIELD PORK SAUSAGE- ' Price per pound.......................... .25c GANONG'S G. B. CHOCOLATES-A full line just in. Bulk. Price* per pound..........60c, 66c and 75c FANCY BOXES-..............................'.pound...40c 1 pound...65c 2 pounds...$1.25 LUSH-US FRESH MADE CHOCOLATES^-AII kinds in bulk or fancy boxes. Office: THE GOOD CO. Store: Phoiel271 high-class groceries Phtne '525 MAJOR FANE WOUNDED Mrs. Fane.-wife of Major F. W. W. Fane of Vegreville, who is with the 3rd Mounted Rifles in France, received a cable this morning from her husband announcing that he had been wounded. His leg had been broken, but no explanation of the cause was given. Mrs. Fane has been in the city for some time, staying with-her mother, Mrs. Duff. Major Fane is a well-known citizen of northern Alberta, and has been prominent in militia affairs for years. ? ? N. J. Schweitzer, Prop. Pasteurized and Carefully Handled The Crystal Dairy Co. RHONE. 1576. CITY A&V DISTRICT Court Conclude* The civil session of the Supreme Court concluded last evening, Mr. Justice Simmons going to Calgary, where ihe wiH open court on Monday. Many [cases which were down for hearing will go over to the special sitting to be held early.'-in the year. Flag* at Half-Mast Flags on -many of the buildings in the city as well as on the schools, were hoisted to half-mast yesterday afternoon, and are flying today, in honor to the memory of Fred McBeth, whose death 'at the front in France was announced yesterday. | Home Guard ^ [ Regimental Orders The Home Guard drills will be discontinued during the holiday season. The Some Guard shooting gallery and . reading room, located at the head, quarters is open every evening. All members and their friends are invit-. ed.- By order of the OFFICER COMMANDING. American Yeoman The.next regular bi-monthly meeting of the Brotherhood of'American Yeomen -will be held on Slonday evening at 8 o'clock, in the Moose hall, when office-bearers for the ensuing year will be elected. A full attendance of the members is requested. Muscians Notice The regular meeting of local No. 4�7 AJY of M., will be held in the Labor Temple, Sunday next at 3 p.m. Election of officers will also be held. All members must attend. SHOE REPAIRING By Modern Methods .Expert Workmanship. Best Material. " A -Quick Job. 'And every pair guaranteed. PJIONE 1717 We Csli and Deliver. FRANK MILES 611 4th Avenue-South. At noon today nomination papers were taken "out at the city hall by the three candidates for the public utilities , commisslonership, Messrs. Arthur Redd, W. L. McKenzie and M. Freeman. Nominations will be held on Monday between the hours of 11 and 12, at the office of City Clerk Oliver. MesBrs. English and Kennedy, retiring members of the Separate School Board, have taken out nomination papers, as has also R. P. Wallace, of the Public School Board. J. D. Hlg-inbotham is the other retiring mem-ber of the Public School Board. VEGREVILLE OFFICER KILLED Calgary, Alta., Dec. 4.-Private Edward C. Collins of Calgary, reported to be dangerously ill a few nights ago, is dead, according to last night's casualty list. * \ - - . Collins was employed by the Calgary Brewing Co. before enlisting. Among those killed in action last night was Captain Herbert S. Monk-man of Vegreville, Alta. 40 42 Vfe 188 SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Dec. 4.-^3pening and closing prices on the. local grain exchange today were as follows: Wheat- Open December .. .... 105% May............ 109 Oats-December ... .. . May......... Flax-December .. .... May.........' Closing Cash Prices Wheat-No. 1 Northern .. .. .. .. . No. 2 Northern .. .. .. .. . No. 3 Northern .. .. .. .. . No. 4 Northern ........ Oats-No. 2 C. W.............. No. 3 C. W............. Ex. No. 1 Feed.......... No. 1 Feed.....,........ No. 2 Feed ...'.......... Barley-No. 3............ ... . No. 4......... ...  Feed.................. Flax- , No. 1 N. W. C............ No. 2C. W. ..,.......... Chicago Wheat Open December........ 111% May......... ... 113%. Minneapolis Wheat December .. .. .... 105% May............ 108 Close 107% 11036 40% 43 183 190 . 168% 105% 101% 99% 42 40% 40% 38% --37% 68 63% 54 182% 179% Close 116% 116% 108% 112% Word has. been received at Forest, Ont., that Miss Hilda Page, a Forest nurse serving with the British Red Cross, was taken prisoner bv the Austrians near Belgrade. Miss Page was dispensing druggist at an allied hospital there when the place was seized and the entire stall captured. ANNOUNCEMENTS LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, $8.65; steers, $6.00-$6.10; cows, $5.00; heifers, $5.25. Chicago: Hogs, $6.30-$6.85; cattle, $5.60-$10.50. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon prices: ......... 85 ........ 158 Barley ...................... ........ 42^ Track prices :  Wheat ........................ ......... 92J- Oats ............ ,.............. ......... Flax ......................... ........ 165 FOR SALE-Twenty-five pure bred exhibition type Single Combed White . Leghorn Cockerels, Fergus strain;. j must be cleared out at once at the sacrifice price of $1.50 each. Apply or write to J. E. Clarks 1609 9th Ave. South, LetWiridge. 298-6 HAIR WORK-^omblngs made up; work guaranteed. Phone 502. Mrs. Acton, 1110' 3rd Ave. S. 299-6 Any ladies of Wesley Church who desire to assist the Bazaar with contributions of home cooking, kindly . send> same. to the Church early on Tuesday. 301-0 Barley ................................. 53 BUYING PRICES FOR HAY No. 1 timothy, baled, ton ...... 10.00 No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton...... 9.25 No. 1 Bluejoint.......... 9.25 Mixed, ton ............... ...... 9.25 Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, 5}-5Jc. Fat cows, 4J-5c. Sheep-Choice killing wethers, 6$. Sheep-Choice killing ewes. 54c Select hogs, 150-250 lbs., 7Jc. Live poultry, springers, 15c. lb. Live fowl, 10-12c. Dressed poultry-Fowl, 14c. Fresh gathered eggs, 40c. doz. No. 1 Farmers' dairy butter, '30c BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per cwt., $1.00. Beets, per cwt., $1.00. * Turnips, per cwt., 75c. Potatoes, per ton, $12 to $13. Parsnips, per cwt. $1.50. , Cabbage, per cwt., 766. to $1.00. r CHRISTMAS CARDS Christmas Cards and Booklets are made in such a diversity of styles and are so universally demanded that it would be almost impossible to describe the various kinds carried in an up-to-date stock, like ours. We carry such a large assortment at prices from 2-for 5c to 81.00 each, that to appreciate the range you will have to see them. Xmas Cards......... 2 for 5c Xmas Seals ............ ... Xmas Enclosure Cards. Xmas Address Tags........ Xmas labels (gummed)---- Xmas Toeing Ribbon :..... ! '  (10 yards to spool) Xmas Gummed Tape ....... Xmas Cord (red and green). Tissue Paper .1............... to $1.00 each . .5c package .10c package 10c package .",. .10c book .... .15c .each ____10c coil . ...10c ball ... .15c quire If you cannot call,'Phone or Mail-your wants. They shall receive the best of care and attention. Red Cross Drug & Book Go. The Popularity That OUR BEST FLOOR 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 EUtSON MILLING ft ELEVATOR CO. J Wholesome, Delicious, Nutritious We- can dp Nothing More to Make QUAKER BREAD BETTER THAN JT IS GILMORE, SkIT Phones ]& Mary Garden You all know 'Mary' -she has some reputation. So has the perfume n a- in e d in h e r honor. Q u it e equal to the perfume in deliciousness is Mary Garden Talcum In Quarter Pound, Sprinkle Top Bottles. 60c J. DJiginbothsni& Co. ltd. The *fcv�a�fc Store For the Patriotic Fund , George Fleming, manager of Star-land Theatre, has announced that he will devote the entire proceeds from' the theatre on Friday night, December 10, to the Patriotic Fund., A special attraction on the programme will be a Him, entitled "The Call of the Motherland." Death of Mrs. J. R. Munro The death of Mrs. J. K. Munro, wile of Rev. J. R. Munro, formerly Presbyterian, minister at Taber, took place at Plioenix, B.C., on November 24, where Mr. Munro js now preaching. Mrs. Munro was the daughter of John Lewds of the well-known . firm of J. Lewie & Sons, Truro;v N.S. A sister, Mrs. McLean resides at Taber. Men's Own Tomorrow is " open session in the Men's Own-in Westminster Methodist, church, and the topic, has been arranged with that thought In view. Rev. 6. H. Cobbledick will give a Patriotic address on the topic "Nurse-Cavell and Woman's Part In the War." This is the first of four patriotic-addresses that will 'be given by 'leading speakers of our city during the month of December. .The ..executive of the Men's Own give a'^ery hearty invitation to the.Daughters of the Empire, and membprs of the Red Cross society to be present at the open session tomorrow. No name is more sacred, iu our land today than that of Miss Cav-ell, and the part that she has played In this great war drama-and the part that other women are playing-will be clearly dealt with by ,the speaker. The church should be packed. A welcome for al'i. Time, 4 p.m. Soloist, Mr. A. E. Jarvls. ? * * GREETING C A R OS ~~� SOCIALIST LECTURE LABOR TEMPLE SUNDAY, ; Dec Sth, at 8 p. m. SPEAKER: J.REID DI8CUS8ION COLLECTION Geo: R. Dixon & Co. FURNACE" WORK Sheet Metal Contractors Rooffng, Gas Lighting, Cornice and 8ky Lights.-, '' PHONE 1057 P. O. BOX 5S4 Office: Rear of Stafford Block LetUbridge-Alberta ^ " ^ J. The ashes from Luzon's occasionally active volcanoes fertilize the soil and enable the Philippines "to produce the world's finest hemp. A Patriotic Month -IN THE- MEN'S OWN WeNtniinftter Methodist Church at 4 p.m. Dec. 5th-^$ubject-"NUR8E CAVELL AND WOMAN'S PART.: IN THE WAR"-Speaker, Rev. G. H. Cobbledick, MA. (Special Invitation to Red Cross Workers and Daughters of the Empire.) SOLOIST-MR. A. E. JARVIS. , OFFERING. Dse. 12-Subject-"SHOULD ENGLAND FIGHT?" Speaker- Dr. C. F. P. Conybeare, K.C. Dee. 1*-8ubject-'GATHERING THE WAR CLOUDS TOGETHER' Speaker-Mr. W. A. Buchanan, MjP, Dec. 2S-Subject-"WE MUST FIGHT!" Speakers-Police Magistrate Elton. > �, The Men's Own extends a hearty invitation to the men of the 39th' Battery and the Kiltie Regiment, to spend their 8unday aftsr-noon In this.man's meeting. This month's program should strongly appeal. Men come from all parts of the city for this gstherlng. Are you one of them? You are missing something good-If you are not. 'Come once-you will want to corns again. All men welcome. HEARTY SINGING AND THE MEN'8 OWN GLAD HAND. 82021 ;