Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel in Alberta Standard "Flour" Styles "Fashionable" Always MODEL... BREAD... IT'S GOOD 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 macrH inery. to mix, cut, round up and mould. No Hand Labor and every loaf that is sold is well woryi Its weight in gold. Try us for we have_thc. largest, cleanest and best equipped Bakery in the city. MODEL BAKERY N. J. Schweitzer, Prop. Phone 1175 DON'T LEAVE YOUR XMAS GIFTS TO THE LAST MINUTE Call at Smith's Studio and make an appointment for sitting1 today. Tflera is nothing more ac- ttptaWa than a portrait of your- or children for Christmas 'ifts A. EVLYN SMITH HIGH CLASS- PORTRAITURE :Studio 906 Third Avenue S. Next-to Baptist Church Kills the. Bacteria causing many dis- eases. No diseases can be traced to Pas-- Sold'only by ORPHEUM MONDAY VAUDEVILLE Do You Like Roses We Lave jiM receiv- ed a shipment of that most delightful per- fume, Painter's Eose Leaves .We; have this in fancy bottles and lif bulk. Prices: 56c to Remember-this odor. For sale only at The Frank Hedley Drug Co. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS Alberta The Crystal Dairy PHONE .1575 ITEMS OF INTEREST Losses estimated from to are caused by hail in France each year. The average man's, heart weights from ten to twelve ounces the aver- age from eight to tea. The first American linotrpe machine in Tripoli recently was installed by an Italian newspaper. .It takes but one-twentieth of a second for a wireless signal to pass from .Washington to San Francisco. Spain hsi opened an aviation school near Madrid in which the government aids those deceiving instruction. SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIALS CONCORD while they last nor basket ............'...........25c and 30c EMPEROR California largo red winter grapes; special tonight, 2 lbs...35c tor jellv or preserves. Spec- in! tonislit. 3 pounds for...................25c 1 .Jonathans, extra fine for eat- Special tonight, 5 .pounds for.........25o FRESH HEAD pounds FRESH made in LeUi'urfdge. nest quality, all kinds, special tonight, lb...40c a 'very .tasty con- fection, just In; special tonight, per pound..35c PEANUT BUTTER very fine: speciiil tonight per pound JELLY special, tonight pound..20c NEW FARD pound ...i15c FRESH APPLE quart.........20c Fresh Oysters; solid meats; pints 50c; quarts 90c THE GOOD CO. Ftonel271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Fhone 525 CITY AND DISTRICT Favor Church Union In the Presbyterian .'church at Grassy Lake, the vote for church .un- ion carried, with 61 for. and 15 ag- ainst. New Cafe I Cotaras Bros. will, open the Mon Repos cafe next week., in the build- ins next to Gray's hardware store. The cafe will up-to-date In every particular. Red Cross Notes The Lethbridge branch of the Red Cross'shipped the following articles ;to Calgary: 151 packages, containing 1 1 tube tooth paste and 1 tooth brush; 10 pairs scissors; 10 packages gum; 1 box candy; 2 plum puddings; 2 Christmas cakes; 540 gauze wipes; 60 large pads; 12 small i pads: 72 extra large pads; 168 gauze compresses; 500 mauth 5 am- putation rolls. Men's Own The Men's Own gathering in "West- minster church tomorrow at 4 p.m., should prove very interesting. Mr. K. H. Cragg is the speaker. His topic, "England in War should at- tract large numbers of men. Mr. Crags has recently returned to Leth- bridge after several: months spent in the old land, so will be able" to handle his subject from first-hand informa- tion. Men of the city are also re- minded of the Men's Own banquet on Tuesday evening at" 7 given in honor of Private Wm. Carnill, recent- ly returned from the front; the men in the 39th Battery, .who appear on West- minster's honor1 roll, speakers at the Men's Own during the past two years. This will probably be the-larg- est gathering of men in banquet form of the season. Men's Own men, and friends of the soldier "boys jure spec- ially invited. For reservations, 'phone 1659, not later than Monday evening. CHRISTMAS CARDS Christinas Cards and Book- lets are made in such a diver- sity of styles and are so uni- versally demanded tiiat itawtld be impossible to describe the various kinds carried, in an up- to-date stock like ours. We also have a complete stock of ap- propriate Chrisunas Tags and Stickers, etc. Order your .private Greeting Cards now. If you wish to diffuse Christ- mas Cheer, send cards to all your friends and loved ones. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited CITY AND 'DISTRICT. Charged With Forgery Two men, Ulch and Broadbent, charged with forging bills of sale, ap- peared before Supt, Penuefather of the Mounted Police, at.the barracks here, yesterday, and were remanded for one, week lor trial. MARKETS SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Noy. and closing prices on the grain ex-r changes todav were NOT................... Dec....................... May...................... Oats- Dec....................... NOT. Nov......................; Dec. gr Open Close 1101 S7f 96J 1.02 1.01 37 37i 6fi Tfte Store Be prepared for this trouble which is pre- valent in several dis- BLACKLEG VIRUS (In Tens and Fifties.) arrived, thia morning. Blackleg Virus Blackleg Pills Blacklegoids' Injectors, etc. Smoking and Cards j A 'discussion of tne action of the di-' rectors of the Y.il.C.A. in permitting card playing and smoking publicly in that institution, will take place, at n number of the Bible schools tomorrow Come prepared to take part._ The Canadian Patriotic Fund The hon. treasurer, R. J. R. Pater- son, begs to acknowledge the receipt of the following sums as donations to this fund: Billy Bates, Christ- ian, church "war and Mr. Keith, J1.45. Speak on Edith Cavell Tomorrow evening, Rev. G. H. Cob- bledick will draw lessons from the life and death of Nurse Edith CaveD. In the morning he will begin a short series on some of the fascinating books of the Bible that are not well known, and will speak on the beauti- ful and patriotic story of Esther. i C. P. R. Fined The C. P. R. was fined be- fore Inspector Ghaney of, the Mount- ed Police, at the Lethbridge barracks this week, as a result of the action ot employees of the company in allowing a fire which they had started to gain headway on the prairie. His Car Stolen L A. Felger, manager of the Pelger Farming Co., 'wanted to come to Leth- bridge today, but found his garage; empty whence went for his new 1915 Ford car. Some person, he says, took his car, a saddle and bridle from the garage last night. The Mounted Po- lice are working on the case. Government E. 3, of Picture Butte has been .appointed a notary public. New commissioners for taking affidavits Include A. N. Molntyre of Carmangay, and J. S. Kirkham, Lethbridge. C. H. Kerr, Lethbridge, and W. J. .Quinn, Milk.Rivef, have been appointed stock inspectors. Attempted Suicide 1 The Coleman Bulletin reports that Fred' Cots, one of Coleman's popular business .men, attempted to commit suicide on1 Wednesday morning with a razor while in a temporary state.oft mental aberration. He was rushed to j the hospital where his wound was at-! tended to "'by Dr. Ross. .At latest re-1 Everybody Always Pleased with 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 TheB'aker Phone 1027 1.81 1.82 J WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat- No. 1 Nor 1.821 1.82 N6i 2 No.................... No. 3 Nor................. No. 4 Nor.............. No. 5 Nor.................. No. 6 Nor....... Feed Barley I So. 3.............. No; 4 Feed No. i N. W. C........... 'No. 2 C. W................. 1.01 98} BUSINESS LOCALS MILITARY a good fit and reasonable prices, bring your altera- tions to J. E. Clarke's, shop, in rear ports he was resting well, and unless complications set in there is a strong hope of his recovers'. of; Conybeare Stores. St Mary's W. A. will hold a Whist i Drive in the Parish" .Hall ou Tuesday To Extend Plant The Marin'aro Macaroni Co. shipped 12 66 61 evening, Nov: 23rd. Bit., opposite Q. M. I six cars of their product two to Montreal, one to Niagara Falls, Hamilton, Port William and Vancouver; Lethbridgermade mac- aroni is now recognized as the high- est quality to be had, and this has in- sent. Lcreased the demand to such an extent HARVARDWON __ LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary Hogs, tS 25; steers, IJ5.75- heifers, cows, Chicago; Hogs, 6 2546.65; cattle. Cambridge, Mass., Nov: Harvard triumphed .over Yale today 'by the recprd-breaking score ..of 41 No other 'Harvard team ever administer- ed such a defeat to the E'iues, while the score was only sur- passed by a 48 to 0 victory by Yale many years ago. that the company will extend the, plant in the early spring. The addi- tion win increase the-output 60 "per cent. MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses of every description made to order. Got our prices and p3 SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU BUY. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone Works LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon prices; Wheat 7'J Oats............ I-'lax 155 Barley Track prices; Wheat........-.'... 83} Oats 28} STAND COLLAPSES AND MANY SPECTATORS -ARE HURT Madison, Wis., Nov. spectators at Wisconsin, Jlmntsjta, football game here today were in- jured -when a section of the north bleachers fell, carrying about 2500 p: rsins to t.hc groand. Jherc were no Daughters and Mauls Of England Whist Drive IN S. 0. E.. HAIL ON Wednesday Next At 8.15 In Aid of the Patriotic 25c (Of any of the members) R. Dixon Co. FURNACE WORK Sheet Metll Contractors Roofing, Gu Lighting, Cornice .ah'd Sky Lights. PHONE 1057 P. O. BOX 534 Office: Rear of Stafford Block Alberta I V. Farewell to Kentishmen The Kentish" association will hold a special meeting tonight in the S. O. E. hall, to bid farewell members or the draft of the 39th Battery. Every member requested- to be Sad Newt Mrs, J. B, Moore, an Old-time resident of Macleod, receive'd the sad news that her mother, Mrs. M. M. Mc-Callum, died at her residence in Col- eraine, County Derry, Ireland. fatalities, although several; persons were hurried to the hospital. They be severely injured, sustained slight tnougn. Many rresoyierian. cuuauu, bruises. The was stopped for bas consented to-become a candidate FOR Carrots, per cwt., .Jl.OO. Beets, per cwt., Turnips, per cwt., 75c. Potatoes, per ton, to Parsnips, per cwt. 51.50. Cabbige, per cwt., 75c. to BEST YEAST IN THE -nW rtAv8Zi are to j BUYING pwii rOr. HAY though Many j Xo. 1 timothy haled, ton...... 10 00 D nas masemea I No. 1 a.falfa. baled, ton...... 9.2o 10 mmutes ulltil it was tound tor aidernfen. I No. 1 Disjoint.......... no one had Iwen killed, when play ____ Mixed, ton 9.25 was I Livestock an'J Poultry Choice steers, Fat'cows, 4J-5C. __ kiliing wethers, klHnii' tie. Select hogs, 150-250 Ibs., 7Jc." Live .poultry, springers, 15c. Ib. Live fowl, 10-12c. Dressed 14c. Fresh gathered cairs, 40n. doz. No. 1 Farmers' dairy butter. 30. BUYING PRICES SUBSCRIBE FOR A MILLION Toronto, -Out., Nov; offi- cials of the Imperia'i Oil Co., Ltd., to- night confirmed the report from Otta wa that, the company, in advance of the'publlcntioni of the terms of the subscribed a million dollars its .'contribution to the Canadian government war loan, which is expect- ed'to come but next Monday. ALLOWED TO GO Grassy-Lake, Alta., Nov. Bohnke, .the .well-known Grassy Lake farmer, who was arrested by the Mounted Police, on a of treas- on, was allowed to the evidence not being sufficient for convieii j.i. CLERGYMAN FOR ALDERMAN Calrary. :-AIta, Nov. Rev. A. McTagga't, pastor ot St. Andrew's Presbyterian, East Calgary, Home Guard It is expected-shortly'.that-a bat- talion of the Reserve Militia Corps wii'i be establishcil in Lcthbridge, anil on that -account :all iaeinbers of the Home Guard are particularly request- ed to attend all meetings regularly, so as to Become proficient In the drill, and be in .readiness to join .the corps, It required. The next'drill will be on Monday ev- ening at 7 30 sharp, without rides, in front "of the headquarters By order of the OFFICER COMMANDING. THE MON REPOS A NEW HIGH CLASS CAFE .WILL Open on MONDAY The MON REP08 virill furnlthed (qulpptd In fMhion and will be condliettd ai a Flrtt CI.M In'evtry detill. have Hcurid the eeriiwt of a Chef who hai.had-17 yetre' perienee In the belt hotelk anil cafee in Seattle. U to attract and hold frlende fir our Rettaurant.' We. have engajed none but White Help and SviH alwaye White Empleyeee. We invite you to vieit tne Cafe, which will be open day and night. We believe you will appreclite a Thorough Up-to-Date Cafe where the Menu will invariably be FI rat Clatl. THE MON REPOS FIFTH STReiT SOUTH. BESIDE CRAY'S HARDWARE. COTARAS A CO, MOM.