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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta lfiTING E'HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. Iffill ,' . , / ' v.' #� '* "I Hotel WinoW felt $1.251 *i| hotel In dlbflrta The Sweetest Flour You Know Is Taylor Maid We Are Unload ng a Car of Extra Fine B. C Apples Today THE CAR CONSISTS OP QRIME8 GOLDEN, JONATHANS, SPITZENBE'RQS, WAQNER8, RUS* SETTS, ROMAN BEAUTIES. AND A NUMBER OF OTHER KINDS., THE;OASES ARE EXTRA HEAVY, DIAMOND PACK, AND AS FINE A LOT OF APPLES AS,.YOU WILL^ FIND.ANY WHERE. IF YOU WANT SOMETHING VERY CHOICE, GET A CASE OF THESE. WE. ESPECIALLY RECOMMEND THE JONATHANS AND GRIMES GOLDEN FOR PRESENT USE. THEY ARE IN PRIME CONDITION. ' NO. 1b; ANY VARIETY- $2 25 NO. 2�; ANY VARIETY- $2 00 Per Case Per Case Office: THE GOOD CO. Store! Phoael271 high-class groceries Phone 525 f sgc? Home Guard ^ [ Regimental Orders 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 tfe Home Guard alarm is sounded all members will report to headquarters direct; also drivers of cars attached to the Automobile Squadron will please obtain from the Transport Officer the exact trouble location before leaving the city. Bv order of the OFFICER COMMANDING. � -V'. Model Bak ery tasking far � eltan-loaf of bread u' try mm BJOOSl. IAKMV BREAD." Its �Hb MM MnbWs eanltary and aar*. Of that -r>s mighty ear*, tor w* hav* allup-to-dats rnach* vary 1* mbt evl, round ap and mould. No Hand Later and every loaf that Is sold -Is wall worth Its' . wsl^sM In folds* Try as for w* have tta largest, cleanest and-boat equipped Bakery In the city. MODEL BAKERY N. J. Schweitzer, Prop. Phone 1175 - Saw island's Now Cenetahle TORONTO M.P.P. DEAD Bagnln has boon appointed town Toronto, Out, Nov. 7.-Thomas R. ecvstable of Bow Island at $85 per Whiteside, former M.P.P, East Toronto, died yesterday. Lethbridge Laundry Co. Limited / Don't forget our Rough Dry-All Work Shirts, Underwear, Socks, etc., washed and dried. All flat Work finished ready to be used. One dozen Handkerchiefs allowed with each Bough Dry Parcel at the pound rate-6 cento. All over one dozen in one parcel will he charged for at 2 cents each. All Ladies' and Children's Clothes washed and dried, and all pieces requiring starch, are starched ready to iron. The whole process is one of the most modern and sanitary kind. � You cannot afford to miss this opportunity to get wash day out of the house. You can save coal, save soap, save starch and best ox all, save Drudgery. PLEASE GIVE US A TRIAL Phone 451. C. 8. Farrow, Manager. MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Nov. 8.-Opening and closing prices on the grain exchanges today were: Wheat- Oren Close Nov.......... ......... ......... 1.02 1.01 Dec.......... '.................. 98 964 May _______ ......... ......... 1.01*. 1.00 WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat-No. 1 Nor................... 1.03} No. 2 Nor................... 1,00} No. 3 Nor................... 95 No. 4 Ncr. .................. " 89} No. 5 Nor................... 84} No. 6 Nor................... 79} Barley-No. 3........................... 69 No. *.........." '14 Oats-No. 2 C. W................. 43} No. 3 C. W................. 42 � Flax-Extra No. 1 N. W. C. 1.76} LOCAL:MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Waeon prices: Wheat ........................ ... 81 Oats......... ... ............ ... 30 Barley............ ............... 43 Flax ......... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 145 Track prices: Wheat ........................... 88} Oats ., ., ............ .36 Flax.............................. 151 Barley........................... 52} giivi�'i-. peir- - -. hay No.-l timothy, baled, ton ...... 10.00 No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton...... 0 2 No. 1 THuejoInt.......... 9 3* Mixed, ton ... ., ............... 9.25 LIV^ST^C' PT'C-e �4tii">>jv Calvary-'tors $7.75 : rte?rs, $6.00; cows, $5.00: l:e-fers, $5.25. Chicago-Hogs, $6.55-$7.15 ; cattle, �6.00-*10i30. Live**'"!' �""Poultry Choice steers, 5}-6}c. Fat cows, 4i-5c,- Sheep-Choice killing wethers, 6}. Sheep-Choice'killing'ewrs, ojc. Select hogs; 150-250 lbs., 7c. ' Liive poultry, springers, 15c. lb. Live fowl, 10-12c. Dre?sed pounry-Vowl, 14c. | Fresh gathered e?gs, 40c. doz. No. 1 Farmers' dairy butter, 26c. CITY AND mSTlMC'l Organize Art Club A meeting for the organization of an Art club will be held at the studio of A. E. Smith, 906 Third avenue, near the Baptist church, tonight at 8 o'clock. Everyone interested will be made welcome. STERN0 CANNED HEAT heater; In the or any' heat is A safe, convenient will be found useful Nursery, Sick Room, place where a quick needed. Stemo Stove and Canned Heat, complete, small size .....60c Large size ..............$1.25 Canned Heat, small can ...20c A very useful gift for Sold-iera at the front. The Red Cross Drug & B-ok Co., Limited Greeting Personal Cards Don't wait until the last minute to make your choice of Greetr ing Cards for the approaching- Reason. We have a wide range to select 'from. CITY AND DISTRICT N�w Manager Bay Grocery : G. Drake, the assistant manager of the grocery department of the Hudson's Bay Co. at Calgary, has been placed*'in charge "of the grocery department of the Letiibridge store. , ', Masonic Meeting Regular meeting of North Star Lodge No. 4, A.F. & A.M., tonight at 8 p.m., in Masonic hall, S.O.E. block. Important business; visiting brethren cordiaKy invited. ' S. O. E. Anniversary The eighth anniversary of the local lodge of the Sons of England win be commemorated on Wednesday even; ing. The Kentish association has received an invitation to join the Sons in an open meeting, and an interestig evening will be put In with a carpet-ball match between the two societies and a smoking concert. The Blues Lead So far the boys' membership campaign at the "Y" has not been very' exciting. D.utchy's Blues have taken the first trench, but he must put more pep into his fighting, if he expects to hold the advantage gained. It Is quite certain that Fitz and his | bunch wiil begin a big drive at an ' early date, to regain lost ground and to drive Dutchy and his Blues from the field. For those who so desire will send the sample books mora deliberate inspection. we for j. .HlginbLtham ft Co. Ltd. *Rb*0oI� Store j An Old-Tims Revival � j An old-time revival is now in progress at the Baptist church, Fifth avenueavenue north. Yesterday torse services were held, morning, afternoon ; and evening, and at each service great ] interest was manifested. . People are attending from' British Columbia and J other. points. During this, week services -will be 'held daily at 2.30 and 8 p.m. Evangelist W. E. Moody of j Winnipeg is in charge, assisted by 'other workers. Everybody is cordially invited-to attend. - ; Consider Call to Tabcr At a meeting of the congregation of St. Andrew's church, held last night, the call of the Rev. A. C. Bryan* to Ta-ber was considered. After a full explanation of the circumstances anr-roanding the call, it was decided to send 'a representative to the Presbytery meeting at Madeod, with instructions that he was to state; that St. Att^mWd tirr��1�* nrt* a*�Tll1 +Tia WAV ^Tr -fJwoTi opminMBcr o�11. Hi* 1nA~*>toA to. hlrn fllo o.nnP'rpirpt^nTi worn *oi" 'Mq voArnan pwwl(>o rtnr�nw l^I�i Won yenrs' connection with the In this Column Will be Published Every Monday Church Announcements for the Coming Week. Notices for Th|s Column Should Reach this office not later *han 10 Monday. Announcements of Entertainments for which Admission is Charged will not, of course, be accepted for lh!s column. "Crystal Braid" Creamery Butter The Best Fresh Buttsr on the Market-Mads by CRYSTAL Lethbridge DAIRY fhons 1576 Westminster Knox Guild Dr. Rivers at Men's Own One of the most interesting and instructive meetings ever held under the auspices of the Men's Own was that of yesterday afternoon. Dr. Rivers, warden of Ae provincial Jail, was the Weanesday of this week speaker. The Doctor has Just return- jBUU " 1 � . � ed from the Prison Congress held at; St. Andrew's r, Westminster wu"il meet to-1 The Epwx>rth league meets this ev- night at 8 o'clock In the school room, at 8 -nm- Te stud-v **\ be tne * ,- first in a series of yo,ung people's pro- when an organization meeting for the.. bIems- An are lnvited. Moclt paVliament will be held. , j Tuesday evening at 7.30, the girls The regular monthly meeting of �*-the Sunday school, their teachers the Board of Managers will be held and friend/ are asked to meet for the _ , . . . purpose of organizing a girls' club. Tuesday night, at 8 o'clock. Regular prayer sen-ice, Wednesday The regular prayer meeting will be evening at 8 p.m. held on Wednesday evening. Boys', club, Thursday evening, at Ohoir practice will be held on,7.30 p.m. Trr^Tdav evening at 8 o'clock. I ; Ladles' Aid will meet in the church Tihe Women's . Missionary society, on Thursday afternoon at 3 p.m. A will meet Tuesday evening at 8 o'-jfu'i attendance is requested, clock in the school room. The minister will visit the people of the congregation residing in the Thursday evening at 8 p.m. The Young People's Bible class will hold their monthly business and social - .Baptist: There will be a mid-week service on Wednesday evening. . The regular choir practice will be held on Friday evening. ; Christian  The Christian Endeavor will meet this evening at 7 o'clock. Prayer meeting will be held Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock. TIiIb meeting is one hour-earlier than usual, as Rev. W. B. Rysn of Calgary, superintendent of missions for Alberta, is expected to give illustrated Bible lectures every evening at 8 We Should tike to Talk Furnace to You George R. Dixon &Co. Shsst Metal Contractors' Roofing, Gas Lighting,. Cornice and 8ky Lights, Furnace Work RHONE ,1057 Office: Rear of P. O. BOX 934 Stafford Block Lethbridge-Alberta p.m. The Ladies' Aid will'meet on Wed- nesday afternoon at 3.30 at the church for work. There will be:knltting for 'the soldiers. BUSINESS LOCALS The Lethbridge Laundry Co. have had a splendid response to their announcement that rough dry work: would be done at Be per lb. See particulars, re this class Of work in today's issue. 278-1; RNITURE WANTED �ST �^P^^^^'1l!,A"K1Ti 'OR-FURNITURE, SMALL AND i,'^^MJlH^^l0^1�^IU VB BBFORB BELLING ij.vJSfiin, i - >.,'��Act" - - *- sfiSIS ,- 1 '4"," Iwld Friday evening. on Nineteenth street, on the east side of the street; Wednesday afternoon on the west, side of the street; Thursday, Twentieth and Twenty-first street North. 8L Augustln's The Men's society will meet tonight at 8 o'clock in the club room. The Parish association will entertain the officers and men of the 39th Battery on Tuesday evening. The Junior W.A. will meet on Friday afternoon at 4.16. 8t. Mary's The regular service of intercession will be held on Wednesday evening, at 8 o'clock. Next Sunday morning there will be a special service at 11 o'clock for children and their parents. St. Patrlck'a There will be a'choir practice on Wednesday evening at 7.30, for sopranos and altos. A mid-week service will be held on Thursday evening at 7.�0. MILITARY WATC H E S Special prices eh Military Wrist Watohes. selection of Walthsm, Elgin and Swiss Movements-Prless from .................. Wa have a large $25 Gift buyers whs chocs* critically and earefuily find oure. an Ideal place to shepj. Our Chrtotmas showing of Jewelry.Is without a pee*-There Isn't anything In the line ef Jewelry for Men and Women that we have omitted from our Christmas Display* ue show you our stocks-ws Hks to do It If you buy or not. Lot ARMSTRONG & RAW0RTH Fifth Jewelers snd Leading Optician* Lethbridge (A ;