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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING THE HEULD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Mri.ii IIMi- vfV J Mwfe "Pricfe of Alberta' and "Mother's Favorite' The Matertal-Tha Cream of Alberta Wheats The Design-To please, Save Money on Your Apple Purchases by laying in 5 or 6 Boxes Now--for Winter Use. We have two cmr loads of a splendid quality and excellent varieties, direct from the growers that we are. offering at exceptionally low prices in 5 box lots. We sug- gest the following assortment: 1 Case No. 1 Jonathans 1 Case No. 2 Wagners 1 Case No. 1 Grimes' Golden 1 Case No. 2 Winter Bamuia 1 Crate Orchard Run Cox's Orange, Wagners or Salomes. We are offering the above assortment for a short time for the very reasonable amount office: THE GOOD GO. Phone 12 II HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 MODEL BAKERY MACHINE MADE BREAD HAS NO EQUAL AND NO ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR MODEL BAKERY BREAD OR PHONE 1175 AND HAVE THE DRIVER CALL. N. J. SCHWEITZEK, Prop. START RECRUITING FOR THE KILTIES v 4> Recruiting for the new Leth- bridge Kiltie regiment will commence on Tuesday morn- ing. Recruiting headquarters will be in the vacant store on Third avenue, just -west of Ule headquarters of the 39th Bat- CITY AND DISTRICT! New Man Mr. S, Jackson, late manager of the Hudson's Bay Co.'s grocery partment, has accepted a. position with George Kerr Co. Money BY RETURN MAIL For Cream We can handle more Cream, and will pay cash at once for every, shipment. Uystal Dairy Co. 13th St. .South, Lethbrldge. PHONE 1S76. BUSINESS LOCALS MARKETS MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES For the Patriotic Fund The hon. treasurer, R. J. ft. Pater- eon, begs to acknowledge the receipt of the following sums as donations to this. Fund: 90 cents, and Rex Williamson, 75 cents. Returns From East S. S. 'Dunham, vice-president of the United Farmers of Alberta, has re- turned from where he at- tended a meeting of the Canadian Council of Agriculture. XMAS GIFTS for SOLDIERS AT THE FRONT Battery Attend Church The members of 39th Battery ,T i- n attended church .yetterday, the main Winnipeg, ilan., MOT la.-Opemng bod g and closmg prices on the grain ex- fhlnhes iatterj- araft, under command of Lieut Finlay went to Knox church, in accordance with 1.05i 1.03J 1.051 AFKLE-SHOW at Geo, Kerr Co's still on. You are invited to see tie display of the varieties we are 2S4-3 2 >or. St. Mary's W. A. Till hold their bazaar in Parish Hall on Tours- 4 Nor- day, Nov. 16th. Mrs. Sherlock has Ua kindly consented to open The bazaar 3 p.m. A concert will be held la the evening at which Mr. Wadiington and his company -will give their set- Five per cent, ol the proceeds he given to the Patriotic Fund 382-3 changes today were Nov. _ Dec. liar Nov. 43 DM. 37} May .....__________ 39j Nov. __ ______ Dec. ____. 1.831 l.Stt May 1.90 WINNIPEG CASH PRICES No. 1 Nor. the vote of the men themselves I Emergent Masconic Meeting Emergent meeting of .North Star Lodge, No 4, A P A M in Masonic dSi 65 Hall, SO.E block, tonight ..t 5 c' clock. Second degree. Second sec- tion of Third degree will be exempli- fied for Diamond City brethren. Vis- iting brethren cordially invited. Gifts for the Soldiers should be forwarded as soon as possible now and they should be something that will be useful and compact in form. We are listing here a few Suggestions from Our large Stock of Useful Christmas Gifts: Toilet Rolli Military Bruihei Safety Razors Safety Razor Bladei Shaving Shaving Brushes Folding Drinking Toilet Articles Fountain Pens Pocket Photo Holders 'Tobacco Chocolates Chewing Gum Stgero Vest -Pocket Kodaks And many others. WE WU.t PACKAQ? ALL GIFTS FOR MAILING THE RED CROSS DRUG AND BOOK CO., LTD. J 3 Feed Fta- Nb 1 V No 2 C Pentecostal Convention Much blessing attended the meet- 051 ings yesterday at the Fifth avenue! Baptist church, and it was decided to 97i eztend the meetings until Wednesday night There he no afternoon j meetings, hut services will be held each evening at 8 o'clock, 'conducted 4Q1 by Evangelist Geo. F. De Elton. All 4Qi are cordially united to attend 391 I The Popularity That enjoys is due only to the high standa-rd of quality maintained and the moderate price at which it is sold. See your grocer about it NOW ElllSON MitUnC SELE1TOR CO, Everybody Always Pleased with QUAKER BREAD LIGHT, WHOLESOME, FLAKY WITH THAT; SWEET, _ NUTTY FLAVOR. WE CAN-DO NOTHING MORE TO MAKE QUAKER BREAD BETTER THAN IT IS JOHN GILMORE Phone 378 The Baker Phone 1027 Russia to Pay for War.by Land Tax Petrograd, .via London, Nov., Bart, Russian minister To Leave for Eait 1 87 I W A Adam, city engineer of i jLethbndge, who has been a commission in the Canadian Eogm CHICAGO WHEvr cerB( has received orders to report for Nov. 1 01J 1 061 duty at headquarters at Ottawa, and Ma7 1 06 1 W1n jeave for east on Wednesday MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT evening. Mr, Adam has been in the Dec 1 OOj 1 employ of the for several vears Slav .1 03y 1 03f It is not know whether he will return here before going to the front. LIVESTOCK, PRICES SATURDAY Calgary: Hogs, 18.00; steers, LOCAL MARKETS In a preamble to the budget IS 10 heifers, S3 35 cdws, 1510 for 1818, dtimates the general defi- Chicago Hogs, cattle, cit at about roubles. which will be covered by credit operations. The minister said.he considered it necessary to in- troduce new sources of revenue, first hy direct taxation, but chiefly by a general {graduated income tax with a chacge'in the scale of death-duties. The taxes on land will be organized with: a considerable increase in the land tax In Turlfestan, where land biihurto has been'taxed'very much .below, its. real .value. There will.also LOCAL GRAIN Wagon prices Wheat ._ ._ Oats Barley Flax Track prices: PRICES 30 43 115 be a change to the duties on mort- gages and a temporary military tax on those exempted from service. yFlar Indirect taxation will be levied on molasses electric power; dry goods, and powder. The excise duties will be incBased on superior qualities of -tobacco, Iruit and alcohol distilled with grapes. The tax on railroad transportation will be by a change in the railway tariff but the provisional tax on railway tickets and receipts for baggage will he main tawed. M. Bark points out that the ex- ol tlie war, which in Vie war continuing, will amount to- ward! the end ot 1916 to ahout eight billion roubles can- not be defrayed from the rerolar resources of the budget but will necessitate certain credit opeca- HOM. 1 168 HAY 10.00 Mljor Altken a Visitor Major R. D. Altken, commanding the secUon of the Army Ser wu a- visitor to the c'.tj "over the weekend, arranging for the rjppilM far (he camp to be establish- ed Battery here. Vfbila In he -WM' the guest of hli Intkir, J. H. Aitken. "In" Da lUIN- BROMO __W. DrviKlst? to E. W. If W kWC. refund Flax BUYING PRICE FOR Vo 1 timothy, baled, ton No. i alfalfa, baled, ton No J Bluejoint...... .Sflxed, ton and Poultry Choice steers, 5J-5J0- Fat Sheep-rChoice killing wethers, killinj ewes, 5Jc, Select hogs, Ibs., 7c. loc, Ib. Live fowl, 10-12C. Dressed 14c. Fresh gathered eggs, 40c. doz. No. 1 Farmers' dairy 26c. BUYING PRICES FOR VE6ETA8LE8 Carrots, per cwt.. Jl.OO. Beets, per cwt., Turnips, per. cwt., 76c. Potatoes, per ton, 110 to flS. Parsnips, per cwt. J1.50. Cabbage, per cwt., 75c. to Newsy Gives a Month Rex WiHIamsbn, a Lethbridge newsy, is prepared his "hit" for the Patriotic Fund. 'He is going to make a monthly contribution of to the fund On Saturday his mother look 75 cents to Mrs. F. Colpman, say- ing that he had spent 25 .cents of his first month's donation, before reach- ing a decision, but that in future he was goina: to give, the ll.OCi a month. Rex's father Is on active service-with the 3rd CAI.R. New York, N.T., Nov. allay 9 25 j a wild rumor that the Adriatic had 9 been sunk by a German suomarme, 9 25 'he International Mercantile Marine Co. Issued the following -statement: "The liner Adriatic arriv-. ed at Liverpool last Friday afternoon at four. She will hot sail for New York until November 24." MOTHER GOT HER IB-YEAR- OLD BOY INTO UNIFORM Ottawa, Ont, Nov DaviSv mother of Wellington Davis, of this Warner to Donate Generously to Fund Warner, Alia., Nov. p-ill contribute generously to the. Pat- riotic Fund. The campaign got off to a splendid start on Saturday, night, when a splendid meeting was held. W. A. was.the speak- er of the evening, and following his address, an. appeal was. made, to the audience for contributions, and near- ly. MOO was subscribed. It.Is felt that probably double this amount will city, was PO anxious that Wellingtonf be raised m the community, and. F shonld enlist, that she went to theja Lefflngvy-elt, JIPP, expects the al- MllUJa; department, and asked that he lotmeat mado for the Warner ;edhstlt be allowed to go, although be waU only 16 ream old there said thai One the of the-'officials liency may be daublcd. Tates was chosen president of the local department wat j branch of trie Fund'to L. SATURDAY SOAP SPECIAL Violet and Bose 15c Per Cake 2 for 25c HOUSEHOLD For 8 CAKES FOR 25c Store The WEEK IN 1 CITY In Column Wlil be Publiahed Every Monday Church Announct- ments for th. Coming Week. Notices for This Column Should- Reach this office not later than 10 a m Monday. of Enter- for which Admission Charged will not, of course, be acctpV ed for column. 8t The voting for church union will be The Junior Blols class of hoys is held this week and neit All ballots Home Guard Regimental Orders The Home Guard'Will meet at the headquarters on Monday evening, at sharp for drill, without A route march, headed by the Leth- bridge City Pipe band, under the leadership of Pipe-Major, Horn will leave the Chinook club at 8 p.m. A large turnout is requested. All hon- orary members and drivers attached to the Automobile squadron are in vited to fall in and march with the Guard.: The section are requested to notify as many or 'the members of their respective sections as possible to turn put to the drift on Monday night The Home Guard executive will meet on Wednesday night at 8 p.m. in the Strangers' room at the Chinook club. Important matters -will be, con- sidered. By order of the OFFICER COMMANDING. Tho hon. For Red Crow treasurer, Mr. A. holding a social Thursday night at 7.30 IE the Parish room. The -Adult -Bible class discussion be held at 8 o'clock Tues- day night. :The "Programme committee of the Boys' '.club wfll meet on Wednesday evening at 7 30 j service "will he held ag-nshal- on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. .The teachers' training will meet in.the Pariah room on Wednes- day evening at 8.30. v choir practice will be held on..Friday evening. St. Auoustin's The'Men's Society meets tonight in the cteb.room at 8 o'clock. The .W.A. will meet for sewing in the Red.Cross rooms on Friday after- noon. The Junior Auxiliary will meet on Friday afternoon in the Paris hall at 4.15. Knox Westminster Guild will hold their regular meeting tonight at 8 o'clock In the'school'room, and will continue their organization of the mock parlia- ment, which w.as adjourned from last week. 7 AH'members are asked to.be present There iwlll he a combined meeting of the session and managers on Thurs- day evening to perfect plans for an every-memher canvass in the congre- gation Members of the congregation who will assist, are asked to be pre- sent. are to he In by November 28. Weitmlnvter Monday evening it the sodal and literary evening of the league, 10 cent tea served at 1 p.m.; literary program at S ,9'jn. Queens of Avelon (senior girls' club) meet on Tuesday evening at 7 30 p m. In the club room Regular prayer meeting day evening ai 8 pm. of Uetliodltm (senior boys' club) meet on Thursday evening in the club room Junior choir practice, Friday, 416 p m tenior choir practice, Friday, S p.m. The pastor will call week: I Tuesday, on 19th, Uftite W Geo. R. Dixon FURNACE WORK ShMt Metal Roofing, Gas Lighting. Sky Lights PHONE 1057 P. O. BOX BM Office: lUar of Stafford BIpok Alberta enrydar subjects, men mllltan tnlnlnx, Letbhridge real estate, etc. will be a debate: horse" and carrlags an better than a Ford car for genera; use." (Mr. Sage will give a Scotch reading. The public are Invited Wesley Young Men's Bible class ara if a social on Tuesday even In hall to the in the '500" hlook; Wednesday, 18th st, north of Jth Thunday, car shop district, and In Sooth Lethbridge A very urgent meeting of the Lad- ies' Aid is called for Thursday even- ing at 8 o'clock at the Parsonage, when every member Is asked to be The regular prayer, meeting will be held on Wednesday at 8 p.m. The union vote will be taken the next two Sabbaths in the church. Christian St. Andrew's Endeavor will meet to- morrow revening at 8 o'clock. -Sub- ject: "How the denominations may be united in service." Onward Bible class will meet Wed- nesday. evening at 8 o'clock. Sub- ject: "A, Runaway- There will be a meeting lor hall an hour be- fore of the teachers ot the senior Sun- day school i meeting of tho.Jnter- me'dlafeVChristlw Endeavor will lie held ovenlni: at 7 o'clock The Ladles' Aid are holillnr their U 77Ui would accept bio. I Orth, who hu tow. trame, acknowledges with thanks the sum of from the of annual In hall on the Experimental Faob 'Svtf-H, November present Chrlitiafl ..Church Christian Endeavor Society meets tonight at 7 20 Ladies' Aid, 230 after noon for work. All urged to be pre- sent. Prayer meeting on Wednesday at S o'clock All cordially invited. Bpworth league will meet to- night under the direction of the Good Citlunshlp Committee department programme will consist of five- minute speeches by joung men on ywrag people of tit congregation and their The pntor wffl conduct the Wecl nesdai evening midweek service, as usual. Thursday evening there will be s regular meeting of the Quarterly Of. flcial Board at 8 o'clock sharp In parlor. The Mission circle are giving a so- cial on Thursday afternoon from 4 to 6, at the home of R EL Skeltb, 612 Twelfth street A programnM will be given Mrs Taylort section of the ladles' AH will meet at Mrs OB Wednesday afternoon, and eon's section at Mrs. A M. Hick's, 6t1 Sixth street The pastor will vtolt on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from Sixth N to Eighth avenues and between El evenlh and Thirteenth ;