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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best The Sweetest Flour You Know Is Taylor Maid Mode! Bakery MODEL BAKERY N. J. Schweitzer, Prop, Phone 1175 UNLOADING MONDAY A CAR OF FINE B.C. WINTER APPLES We are In need of more storage room, and as we have a large quantity of Frssh Vegetables we have decided to sell these very cheap for a few days. It will pay you to store these at such low prices. Swedes, 20 Ins. for ......25o pounds for For cwl................................75c Per pounds for C., winter stock, 12 Ibs for.....45c Per cwt. Per mvt...........'...................J1.45 winter stock, per RED owt A FEW SPECIALS TONIGHT ONTARIO basket ............35c ONTARIO. trasket.............90o JONATHAN EATING CORNICHEAO 5 pounds for............................25c Extra fine for eating; per pound........15c Office: Phone 1271- THE GOOD CO, HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 Home Guard Regimental Orders When you're looking for a clean loaf of bread, why just try the "MODEL BAKERY BREAD." It's the kind that's sanitary and pure. Of that we're mighty sure, for we have all up-to-date maern inery to mix, cut, .round up and mould. No Hand Labor and every 'loaf that is told is well worth Its weight in -goid. Try for we have the largest, cleanest and best equipped Bakery in'the city. The Home Guard will assemble for drill in front of the headquarters on .Monday evening, at 7.30 sharp. A large attendance is requested. In future when t' e Home Guard is sounded all members wilt re- port to headquarters direct; also drivers of cars attached to the Auto- mobile Squadron will please obtain from the Transport Officer the exact trouble location before leaving the city. By order of tlio OFFICER COMMANDING. building up a very successful Cash Grocery .Business Westminster Store, J. Tuff has decided to open a Branch in his store, No. 324 llth Street .South, next to. the new Church, which will be operated on the same terms aa the Store Mr. Tuff is very confJdent.of if the 'recognize the great redaction in his prices on Groceries prices are an illustration of the entire great difference la, we don't have any week end specials prices remain the same every No. for -11th Street Store No. for Westminster Store per pkg for 25c for Salmon, 1 in. can. .23c Ammonia, bottle for 45c for Riboon Tea, 1 Ib pkt..40c Powder, Ribfcon Tea, 3 Ib pkt. .95c onnce can 18c Golden Tipper, 1 lb.53c for Teas correspondingly low Baking Powder, Cocoa, Ib can Z8c pound can Cocoa, 1 Ib can BaMng Powder, Cocoa, %-lb can ...25c pound can Cocoa. 1 ft ___ 48c Baking Powder, Rice, per pkg ...i..13c ounce can for 25c Price's Baking Wheat, per pkg 1 3c 12 ounce can for ....25c Blueing, per pkg. Oats, per pkg 25c Stewart's Liquid Bine. Nuts, per pkg 14c Marmalade, per Sib. sack 6c pound pall for 24c Raspberry Salt, Ksk.-..-.65c 4 pound pail .Wagstaffe's- Black Salt, 50 Ib sack 656' 4 pound pall Soap, per bar, .8c Strawberry for 22c 4 pound pail Gloss Starch, pkt ...11c Plum Jam, for 30e pound pail 60c Rogers' Golden Syrup, per 2 ponnd can 15c Rogers -Golden Syrup, per 5 pound pail ___ Lye, per can .....11c 2 for 20c Red Cross Vinegar, per quart bottle ..18c Golden Syrup, per for 35c pail Cross Malt Vinegar, per Sanborn's Coffee, bottle 18c can for 35c Sanborn 3 Coffee Cross Sour Pickles, per can 75 ounce -bottle ....21c Herring, per can Cross Sweet Pickles. for ounce bottle 23c Herring, per can for 45c for Cross Sweet Pickles, per Sardines gallon jar 90c for Cross Sour Pickles, per Haakin Sardines, gallon jar SOc Kaeh 13e HP Sauce, per bottle WESLEY MARKETS 37% 40H 67 171 ITS SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, .Man., Nov. 6 and closing prices on the local grain exchange today were as follows: Open Close 102.4 101% December........ 9S.4 9714 May............ 101% 101K November..... December May........ November November December May...... Closing Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern......... No. 3 Northern No. 4 Northern........ No. 5 Northern........ No. 6 Northern......... Oats. No. 2 C. No. 3 0. W. Ex. No. 1 Feed......... No. 1 Peed............. Chicago Wheat Open December........ 104% May............ 105% Minneapolis Wheat December........ 98% May............ 10214 STERNO CANNED HEAT A safe, convenient heater; will be found useful iu the Nursery, Sick Room or any place where a quick heat is needed. Sterno Stove and Canned Heat, complete, small size .....6Qc Large size- Canned Heat, small can ...SOc A very useful gift for Sold- iers at the front The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited 50 More Needed Authority has been received by Major Stafford to recruit 50 more men 'for the 39th Battery, and ap- plications will be accepted at once from any who care to Join. Nine were signed on yesterday, and it Is hoped to have the necessary number of men recruited shortly. CITY AND DISTRICT Rector Resigns Rev. H. M. Henderson, rector of St. John's Church, Claresholm, lias re- signed on account of ill health. Musicians, Notice Regular meeting of the A.F. of M., Local No. 497, wfil be held In the La- bor Temple, Sunday, at 3 p.m. Taber Man Leads i An orchestra has been arranged at' the Claresholm School of Agriculture, with T. A. Sundal of Taber, one of the students, as leader. 42% 37 40 67% 174 171 177 104% 95% 9094 Soli 43% 42K 4254 Close 104.4 105% S8H 101% LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, 57.75: steers, ?6.00; cows, 15.00; heifers, J5.25. Chicago: Hogs, cattle, LOCAL MARKETS Russian Mineral Oil An and In- testinal lubricant; odorless, tasteless, harmless. Does not gripe. Splendid for children 25ft Bottles. LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wairon 'prices: Wheat......... 81 Oats 30 Barley 43 Flax......... 145 Track prices: Wheat 88t Oats 36 Flax.............. 151 Barley............................ 52! BlIYINB PRIC" FOX HAY No. 1 timothy, baled, ton......- 10.00 No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton...... 3.2.5 No. 1 Blnejoint.......... 9-'i Mixed, ton 9.25 BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per cwt., 51.00. Beets, per owt., Turnips, per cwt-., 75c. _____ Potatoes, per ton, S10 to Parsnips, per cwt. Cabbage, per cwt., 75c. to Livestock snd Poultry Choice steers, 5f-5Jc. Fat cows, 4i-5c.. killing wethers, 6J. killing ewes, 5ic. Select hogs, 150-250 !bs., 7c. Live iponltry, springers, 15c. Ib, Live fowl, 10-12c. Dressed 14c. Fresh gathered 40c.. doz. No. 1 Farmers' dairy butter, 26c. Get a Farm of Yoiir Own TAKE W YEARS TO PAY If you wish. The_ will support you and pay for itself. An Immense; area of the most fertile land in West-' ern Canada for sale at low prices and easy terms, ranging from to j irrigated lands' from One-twentieth down, -balance within I 20 years. In irrigation districts, loan for farm buildings, etc., up to also repayable In twenty est only C per cent. Here is.your op- portunity to increase your farm hold- ings by Rei'lns adjoining'land, or se- '.rrp your friends'as neighbors. For j literature and' particulars apply f01 f, 7, CAMERON, Oen'l Supt. of Lands Oept. of Natural Resourcis, C.P.H. CALGARY ALTA. OP WILSON SKEITH Sherlock Building Lathbridgs CITY AND DISTRICT Deaths at Pincher Creek The deaths are reported i.l Pincher Creek district of Mrs. W. E. Swaim, a resident there for 30 arid David Linlc, of Mountain Mill, who came there from Paris, Ont., seven years ago. Nothing Under Forty A prominent thresner of .Reid Hill says that at eight farms he has thresh- ed this season to.date, give wheal av- erages varying from 40 to 57 bushels per acre. Canadian Patriotic Fund The-non. treasurer, R. J. R. Pater- son, begs to acknowledge .tlie receipt ot from the Hudson's Bay Co., being the sura allocated to thia fund on behalf of the local branch, and from tlie pupils of McLean school the sum of being their contributions for the month of October. BUSINESS LOCALS St Mary's W. A- will hold a Whist Drive in the Parish Hall 'on Tuesday, November 3th VARIETY SOCIAL K. of P. Hall TUESDAY, NOV. 9 Something Original and Entire- ly New, including and Dancing. VARIETY SANDWICHES AND PICKLES and the Very Best Coffee. GOOD ORCHESTRA And a Surprise Stunt by La diet Fuimy) oOc EacH LADIES ST. PATRICK'S PARIS To Preach at Macleod j Rev...A. H. Denoon left this after- noou for Macleod, where he wKl con- duct the anniversary services the j Presbyterian church tomorrow. An Acre Profit J. O. Houghton, who homesteaded at Cayley five years ago, relates a ra- ther interesting story ahout this year's crop. From 80 acres of wheat and oats, he had 525 per acre clear, after paying threshing expenses; His oats averaged 90 hushels, and wheat 60 bushels per acre. He Is very well pleased.with results. Aldcrsyde Farmer's Boast What might be termed a phenom- enal crop is that reported by E. Bird of Aldersyde. A field oF'45 acres of barley was completely destroyed by hail on July 8. Later on Mr. Bird was arranging to plow the field, when he observed a second growth appearing from the root. He postponed plowing operations. .By Seotember 8; the field of barley -was cut and in the stook. When he-threshed it he secured 10-17 bushels of barley. Eight-Day Convention An convention will be held in the church, Fifth avenue North, commencing Sunday, November 7 to the 14th, inclusive. D. E. Moody and. George De. Ellipn will be in charge, assisted by other workers. Services daily at 2.30 p.m. and S p.m.; Sunday, 10.30 a.m., 3 nm, and 730 p m The full gospel will be preached, including "Salvation from "Heal- ,ing of the.Sicfc by the Power of "The Baptism of the Holy and "The Second Coming of Christ." 'erybody welcome. Baron Man's Death High -River. Times: Particularly pathetic is. the'death of Mr.1 Baldwin, who came here recently, from Barons, to obtain work with some_ threshing outfit Feeung poorly upon his ar- rival here, he consulted, one of our doctors, arid was found to be suffer- ing ;from typhoid fever. He was ad- mitted to the hospital, but despite the very best'of care on the part of the nurses, and he -passed away. His wife came here from British Col- umbia, and was at his side when he died The body was shipped to his old home, where members of his fam- ily reside. Men's Own The monthly open session of tlie Men's Own will be held in Westmin- ster. Methodist Church at 4 p.m., Sun- day afternoon. This meeting should prove .very interesting. The speaker is Dr. Rivers, warden of the provincial jail. The Doctor "has just returned' from Cal., and will speak on San Francisco Exposi- HSn and "Prison Few people the city have had the oppor.. tunity of seeing, this wonderful expo- sition, and the word picture of Dr. Ri.v- wi i be greatly appreciated. Mr. Kflner is the soloist for the day. Lad- les, are invited. Death of Travcrs Lady Nahton. News: The funeral of Mrs, Jessie McPherson, the beloved wife of William J. McPherson of Traverst was held afternoon, Novem- ber 2, frohi the home of her brother, Philip five miles south- east of Nanton, the services being conducted by Rev. H. W. Tooinba. The b.urial .was in Nanton cemetery. Mrs. McPherson died in a Calgary hospital Mast Saturday afternoon from pneu- monia. She was 30 years of age, and is survived' by her husband and two I children.. The family-.formerly lived in tho vicinity of Nanton, but moved to Travera Borne time ago. She was a aister of Kenneth and Robert McPhersohi need it in your kitchen Your Grocer will Supply it See that this brand is on the next sack of Flour you buy and Elevator Ltd. QUAKER BREAD Wholesome, Delicious, Nutritious We can do Nothing More to Make QUAKER BREAD BETTER THAN IT IS GILMORE, THE DL......... 378 BAKER rnones 1027 'ASK YOUR GROCER FOR Brand" Creamery Butter The Best Fresh Butter on the by CRYSTAL DAIRY I Lethbrldge Phone 1576 Patriotic Meeting at Noble A! big. patriotic'meeting is to be held at Noble on Monday night W A Buchanan, IIP, is to be the chief speaker. A campaign for the Patriotic Fund- will.follow. More Men for Battery Nine more: men .were taken on the strength of the Battery yesterday, yesterday, They are S Brvme, M J Buckus, V Christie, H H Berry, J. LT Melvfn, W. D. A. Tat- tifor.S'F.- G. vjlolypak, and Charles Wakelen We Should Like to Talk Furnace to You George TJ. Dixon Sheet Metal Roofing, Gas Lighting; "Cornice' and Sky Lights, Furnace Work PHONE 1057 P. ,O. BOX 534 Office: Rear ,of .Stafford -Block LethbrldgeHAlberta Art Club A meeting for the forming of. an Art club will ho held at A. E. Smith's, 936 Third avenue'South, on Monday evening at 8 o'clock A number of names has already been re- ceived to guarantee the success of the club. This meeting will be held for organization purposes and every man in the city interested in this work, is requested to be on hand. The Personal Thought----- Tho spirit of the giving de- termines tlie value of the gift. What', then, could be more fit- ting than your portrait for the Ch r i s t m a B remembrance-rto carry your simple of friendship? A flnren Portraits solve, at once, a dozen perplex- ing gift problems. 5% OF PROCEEDS TO PATRI- OTIC FUND AND I. O. D. E. You should make an appoint-ment early, THE ALLISON STUDIO 5th STREET S. BALMORAL BLOCK PHONE IMS ;