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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta II Taylor Made Ham "Pride of Alberta" .... and *. . , "Mother s Favorite" The Malerial-The Cream of Alberta Wheats The Design-To please. THREE. BASKETS ONTARIO CONCORD GRAPES FOR 95c H.A.McKllopCo. ^ Home Guard Regimental Order* p$�fr .>� Km ..Patriotic fund f#TM -hon. . treasurer, a. J. Ritchie ^Intoa; begs. to .acknowledge the JffieW -of, 85.00,, from the Mathesls j 1-eluh. per the bon. freaaurer, Mrs. Fet-[ v';i�rly^ as a donation to the above In future when t'e 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 CitTi ' The Home Guard will meet in front of the headquarter* on Friday "evening at 7.30 sharp without rifles. The Guard will march in a body to the Majestic Theatre at 8J5 from the Chinook club for the purpose of attending the great Patriotic meeting. Seats wilt'be reserved for the occasion. It is important that every member be present, together with the driv. era � attached, to ^the automobile squadron, who will fall in and march with'Edmonton, clear . the Guard to the theatre. By order; Calgary, cloudy ofith*:^.-../..--/;-?^ OFFICER COMMANDING. Money-Saving Week-end Specials at Good's ; Quality Good. Wim Mbae^fiack^ttee . , last this sea- .............35c ............81.00' ONTARIO GRAPES-Concords son; per basket ................ ; Or 3 for *._.....'............   APPLE8>-We have always had a reputation for handling the finest Apples and Fresh Fruits of all kinds, and the quality we havo this year is as fine as wo have over had. Two carloads direct from the packer. Special prices this week end: NO. 1 JONATHANS-All perfect, good else, highly colored. Special, per case........82.10 NO. 2 JONATHAN8-A litUe smaller than the others but otherwise just � good. Special pmr base .....j..........................$1.85 NO. f GRIMES GOLDEN-An exceptionally fine eating apple. Tastes something.like a pear. Special per case .................82.20 NO. 3 SPIES-For cooking they are just as  good as No. Is. 'Per case . .\............S1.75 SANDPIT CRATES-Extra heavy, Kings. .Wagners, Salome and Cox's Orange, all fine cookers. Special per.crate ....i.........$1.70: POTATOES-Dry and mealy, per cwt.........76c CARROTS-22 pounds for ..................2Se .Per owt..........................$1.00 BEETS-23 pounds for.......... ......25c. Per cwt................................$1.00 TURNIPS-25 pounds for..................2Se . Per..cwt.................................S0c CABBAGE-Good hard winter stock, 20 lbs..25c Per cwt .w..........�..................$1.00 RED CABBAGE-12 pounds for ............25e Per cwt.................................$1.50 B. C. ONIONS-12 pounds for ..............2Se Per cwt................................$1.46 HAMS-A fresh lot of the Sterling Brand dust' in. Large*site/good quality; 'Special perjftiWe..' 1 TABLE FIGS-New stock, California!, per'lb.20c ' S ounce pktB, 2 for..................28c NEW PRUNES-^Large site, 2 lbs for........25c NEW EVAPORATED PEACHES-2 lbs for. .250 NEW EVAPORATED APRICOTS-2 Hjb for. ,35c - TOMATOES-^Harveat very finest, 3s;^2 for. .25c TOMATOES-Pointer, 3s;> 6 for ....; .....,.8*e CORN-Pure ?Food,- per tin ................ i. .10* PEAS-Harvest,' Early June, very sweet and . r tender. 6 tins for.......................66c PEAS-French, Mpyens, 2 for...............25c APRICOTS-LlbbyV tegular 2 for 35c; special, 7 tins for............... ----_____...$1.00 PEARS-Vine Brand, - Is,, In ' heavy" syrup; ;, Special .Titina-for............----$1.00 �GREEN . GAGE PLUMS-2s, heavy syrup; � Special, 9 tin's lor ..;i...........----.. .$1.00 RA8PBERRIE8V STRAWBERRIES and PITTED "CHERRIES-2a, in heavy, syrup- 2 tins for........v........................35c CATSUP-Blue Label; 2 bottles for........65c CHILI SAUCE-Helni; special per bottle... .20c PARI8IEN. ESSENCE-Special per bottle.....15c PICKLES-Red Cross, 20 ounce bottles- Sweet Mixed, special each ................25c CHILI SAUCE and CHUTNEY-Royal, med- >' ium, special -.per; bottle ".................. .18o Large, special per bottle �per.*nd bazaar at the Hay ^�wexV,*HaU at Coaldale Saturday ieveJBinfcvNov. 13th. Supper from 6 �^pe.\'*^\' *: � 3BSH Wheats-November 11 December >t. May ... Oata- November .. December , i May ... �-.� Barley- . November .. Flax-November i 4 December.. t* i �.. as foHowa: Open Close 103% 103%; 97% 27% 102 102% im 40% 37% 37% 39H 39% | Vulcan Grain Shipment*- ; tTp to November 5, the grain shipped from Vulcan totalled 370,187 bushels. : a * ...� 186 180 �9% 185% 180% Cleelng Cash Prices Wheat No. 1 Northern .> .. .. .. 104 No. 2 Northerm........ .  101% No. 3 Northern .. .. .. .. .. 9$% Rejected No. 1 Northern 97% ^M>3omeito the Patriotic String Putt- Rejected No. 2 Northern .... 95% ^'inFCoo&t at- Wright's Jewelry Tough No. 1.............. 100 ,'%5tore.H0> pet cent, ot our Saturday Toigh No. 2.............. ��% fa^ Monday sales goes to the Petri- Oats- ::�tie Fimd: No-goods on strings sold No.2C.-W Xifwuicesi you may win the diamond ,'fiiiC or tne' gold watch lor $1.00. ........"....... -  � "282-2 'Mary's W. A.'wiU hold their gffizsarfin the Parish Hall on Thurs-fday^iNpy. 18th. Mrs. Shorlock has 7 vltutdly ^ consented. to open the bazaar ' &?St ,3 p.m. A concert will be held in'' the. evening a.t which Mr. Waddington ........ *�~�� ^u^biBKoompaay� .jrtn� give their, ser-1 Iay.....   104% [tH-Sices; iffive per cent, of the proceeds Minneapolis Wheat |,...3Bo Snelled'' Almonds; -per lb:: .60c - Smoked,, Ham; per lb.......80c SPECIAL NO. 1 BRITISH COLUMBIA APPLES- ..Only-a,few.left at thU price. Per Box ......... $1.86 The next bi�ioathly' meetinc of the Brotherholttd if ^AmeHoan Yeomen will he held at tl�-Mcee:Hall on Monday evening rat' 8. o*olook, when a full at-tendance" U~re4ueiited.j. For Saturday and Monday Wright the Jeweler will give 25 per cent, ot all cut glass in the store. husband and Presented With Wrist Watch .- > Wm. WIHcocks, Janitor of Fleetwood school, who has enlisted, was the recipient of a presentation yesterday afternoon, from the teachers of Fleetwood, in the. shape of a- wrist-watch.. Miss Birch,-'former teacher at Fleetwood, was also present. r Mr. Willcocks has been Janitor^of the school since its opening in 1911, and bas taken a great interest in keeping the school grounds beautified in the way of planting trees and flowers. We tike to oroace to You George R. Dixon Sheet-Metal Ceritractere Roofing, .Gas Lighting, Cernlea and Sky Lights, Purnaee Work PHONE'1087.....P. O. BOX 584 OHIce; Rear-;of Stafford Blook v i Lethbridge-Alberta ST. CYPRlAN'8 CHURCH BAZAAR --AT- McKillop Co. Old Store; . -ON-.' . , Saturday, Nov. 13th AT 8 P. M. Bale of Fancy; Work, Xmaa Gifts, Children's Wear, Cooking, . anS" Candy Afternoon Tea and lee - Cream will be served. 10% WILL BE GIVEN TO THE RED CROSS SOCIETY. SATURDAY SOAP SPECIAL Violet and Rose 15c Per Cake 2 for 25c HOUSEHOLD SOAPS For Ordinary Use 8.CAKES FOR 25c J.n.Hi( ���The- y&xall Ston Another Primary Class .j At a meeting of the Public school'1 Board held yesterday afternoon, It i was decided to relieve the congestion of the primary classes in the North. Ward schools by opening another class, and this will be done, in Westminster school. A substitute teacher will be.engaged for the present, until the return of Miss Boles from the East, when the entire staff will ag- family, and located in Stirling in > ain *e readjusted. The Board will; 1903. A good and faithful mother, {at the close of the year, be short a she 'lived to see her family grow up, mathematical teacher for the High to be useful citlsens. Five children t school, as Mr. Hotchkiss of Edmonton survive, along with the husband; Thesis now unable to come. Mr, Cassel- daughter is Mrs. A. Nelson of Stirling. There'are four sons, H. Ostlund, the well-known .: Lethbridge barrister; Clarence Ost'.und,. principal of. the Magrath Public school; D. Ostlund and A. Ostlund,'Stirling. The funeral will take place on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Bishop -A. E. Fawns officiating. . �� " � man, the present mathematical.-master, is leaving at the close of the year. Wright ttiev Jeweler, gives 10 per cent, of Sat n day and 'Monday's sales to the Patriotic Fund. All �oods ex-', cept contract gooda sold ~%v special sale prices. 281*8 IN LARGE VARIETY Overshoes, Cloth Top Rubbery and Rubber Footwear Felt Slippers, S?^^^* Mocassins (Sheep lined and Plain) ;f'' ,., ,v -r, ... . E very thingto keeptB^ ^eet ^\Varm W, J. Nmm & Co. i Sherlock Block. THE fOOT TOGGERY Lethbridge. mm t: - ;