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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERA The 'Taylor Made" Premium- You Get It In Dough NEW TABUE FIGS, COBNICHEON AND EMPEBOR GRAPES NEW CALIFORNIA EVAPORATED FBUITS flrtt of MIMR of all the ftbove an jutt In. AM extra fino quality ire tow. New Table Flfii; layira, In bulk; per.pound. .20o Cornlcheon extra big Jblack ones; the finest for present use. Per pound......-.20c Per Emperor Grapes; per pound ................20c Freeh Oytters; solid meats; Imperial quart. .90o Imperial Pint ..........................60c New Evaporated Fruits; First Qua I Prunes; largo size, 50-GOs, big and plump Per 10 pound box medium size, 10 lb.'fcoxes; pei Prunet; small size; per pound Choice Peaches; fine color, large size, Per 10 pound box Choice 2 pounds for Per 10 pound box Special low on a lot of Plums as advertised last week and the week before. To Threshers and Other Large Consumers Write for our Special Price List. We orders of to within 100 miles of Lethbridge, with the exception of Sugar, Flour and THE GOOD CO. Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES CITY AND DISTRICT Patriotic Meeting Postponed The Patriotic Fund meeting, which was to have been held last evening at Stirling, was postponed until next Sunday evening. Model Bakery Bread The Best that can be produced by the most experienced bakers using the best ma- terials and the most modern crisp, light, flaky with that rich nutty flavor MODEL BAKERY N. J. Schweitzer, Prop. Phone 1175 Dance Postponed The committee in charge of the dance, whioh was to have been held at Raymond on Friday evening, an- nounce that the dance has been in- definitely postponed. I Size of Street i Bylaw No. 10, governing the size of signs, was amended, increasing the size from to 3H Zeet, and extend- ing not more than 4 feet from the building. Acting Fire Captain The appointment of W. H. Short, as acting captain of No. 2 Fireball, was confirmed at the meeting of the city commissioners this morning. Fire Chief Hardy will be asked for his op- inion as to whether the two vacancies for firemen can be filled with call men. H. Shipman, H. G. Dell and J. Pilmer, city employees, were granted leave of absence during the period of the war. "Safety First" Prompt and intelligent action before the arrival a physician often averts the serious results which are apt to follow acci- dents or sudden illness. Every home should .be provided with a few emergency remedies. We suggest: Pure Witch Hazel, Camphor Gum, Turpentine, Arnica, Liniments, Salvee, Ginger, Court Plaster, Mustard, Bandages, Absorbent Cotton, Etc. Let "Safety First" be your slogan. The Red Cross DiW Book Co., Memorial Service at St. Cyprian's The .usual Wednesday service at St. Cyprian's Church this week will take the form of a memorial service Tor Miss .Edith Gavell, the brave British nurse, who was so cruelly put to death by order of the German gov- ernors of Brussels, a fortnight ago; and also to the memory of our -brave soldiers .and sailors who have sacri- ficed their lives in the present war to preserve the EJmplre's freedom. Rev. Canon MolIiMen will deliver a brief address, and the choir will be In at- tendance. This service offers an OJK portunity to all those who feel it a duty to pay homage to the memory of a brave woman and 'brave men. WnvCarnhHI Coming Home TCm. Carnhlll, one of the brave formed the ma- chine put squad, which, has won such the.front, is on his way fcome, having been among the passen- gers recently to reach Quebec from the Old Land. He win reach here, it te expected this week. BOBN r Mrvand Geo Liwrenc'e, of. Whitta, (formerly Hlu Mary Stedman of this on Oct. Slat, a daughter. IN m w In this Column Will Published Every Monday Church Announce' menti for the Coming Wetk.. Notices for This Column Should Reach this office later than 10 a.m. .Monday. of tain menu for which Admiuion it Charged will not, of course, be ed At-Knox alon class" in.conection with the Ad- The Westminster .Guild will meet uit Bible class, to which all members tonight at 8 o'clock in the HchoJ... of the latter are invited, as weh as room and attend in the lee- any who are interested in the study of ture by Dr. Harcourt. .The executive the -Bible of, the. Guild, will meet at 7.30 I Fridaj, 8pm Choir practice. Senior Mission Band will nuet j At St in the -school- room on Tuesday after- The Junior Auxiliary will hold its noon at 4.15. The weekly prayer' meeting will be on Wednesday evening ac usual, The Ladies' Aid; will meet in the school room on Thursday at 3 o'clock. The collectors for the sys- BABY BASK We of Babyskets IntencliPurcllaS6rs would to lect is to Hotel Windsor Bnt Jill Mel IBHfcerti YOU need it in your kitchen Your Croccr will Supply it See that this brand on the next sack of Flour you buy It Will Pay You Ellison Ming and Elevator Ltd. weather over the prairie prov has 'been mostly fair and cool. Forecast winds, fair and today, and on Tuesday. MARKETS A Crowning Su BREAD QUAKER We can do Nothing More to Make QUAKER BREAD BETTER THAN IT IS Phones "8 GILMORE, MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Nov. and closing prices on the local grain exchange today were: Open November December........ 33% May.............. 99% November December May November Flax- November 165 i December 16214 May............ 168% doling Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern No. 4 Northern No. 5 Northern No 6'Northern Feed....... No 2 C W No. 3 C. W. Ex. No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed No. 3...... No. 4..... Feed....... No 1 N W C.......... tematic will be put this weak. All. are welcome, Choir praan.e will be held or Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. The pastor will visit Wednesday and Friday afternoons in the Duff Addition on 6th street, off ?th Ave. first ra.etlng in ths Parish Hall Friday afternoon at 4.15. The W. A. will sew in the Red Cross rooms on Friday afternoon. At St. Mary'i The usual service of intercession 65K yi Home Guard Regimental Orders No. 2 C. W. Chicago Wheat Open December 101% May 102% Minneapolis Wheat December........ 53 May....... special committee of the Daugh- ters of the Empire ts attending at the Board of Trade rooms for four days this week, commencing today, to re- ceive registration of relatives of Leth- bridge men at the front, or In the ranks Registration may be made 162 tt with these ladles botween the hours of 10 and 12 in the moraines and 2 Close and 4 in the afternoons The Pat- 102% riotic committee are inulng 104% to all thoae who register. 9714 101 LIVESTOCK PRICES SATURDAY will be held on Wednesday evening at organization affords an oppor- 8 o'clock Aity of obtaining military instruc- -m the