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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Quality First Taulor Made Your Baking Made a Pleasure If You Get Our New Season's Fruits, Nuts, Peels, Etc. WE HAVE .HAD LARGE SHIPMENTS OF NEW GOODS THE LAST FEW DAYS. seeded, Victoria Cross, oz. packets, per packet 15c- seeded, Gold Bar. 12 oz. packets, 2 packets-for................... 25c Cross, Cleaned, oz. packets, per packet 15c- SEEDLESS RAISINS, California Sulphur bleach- ed, very finest, 2 !bs. for 35c. SEEDLESS RAISINS, 16 oz. Pkts., each 15c SEEDLESS RAISINS, 12 oz. pkts. 2 for---- 25c Gold, guaranteed to test up to Government standard. 2Vs oz. Bottles, all flavors, each 25c 4 02. bottles, Vanilla and Lemon 40c 5 oz. bottles, Vanill" ?ir.u Lemon........... 70c 16 oz. bottles, Vanilla and Lemon FARD black ones with a small pit, Sold in 'bulk, very fine, price por Ib.....15c. SHELLED good quality Price per Ib............................... 55c. SHELLED nice stock per 55c READY CUT MIXED lib boxes Price per bos 30c MIXED Orange and Lemon Per pound............................. 25c CITRON per Ib............... 30c FRESH APBLE quart..........20c SHREDDED bulk, nor ib. ..30c Gold, Maple, Chocolate, Almond, Orange, Lemon and White, in pkts., 2 for 26c. SCHEPP'S and 25c ONTARIO CONCORD a few 25c and 30c per basket while they last. Or- der some today, tomorrow be too late. off- THE GOOD CO. FLonel271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Fhone 525 CITY AND DJSTUICT MODEL... BREAIX.. FDSGOOD When you're looking-for a clean leaf ot 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 mach- inery to mix, cut, round up and mould. No Hand Labor and every loaf that is sold well worth Its weight in gold. Try us for we have and betrt equipped Bakery in the city. N. J. Schweilzer, Prop. Phone 1175 Dance at Coaldale A box social and dance will he held in Coaldale hail, next Friday evening. Taber's Contributions The town of Taber. has raised over ?3000 in the past month or so for the Patriotic Fund. Moose Meeting Loyal Order of Moose meet tonight in Moose Hall, Second avenue, at S p.m. Installation of officers. All members of carnetball team are re- quested to be present. Important business. Presented With Gold Watch Sergi.-Major J. Moorhead, who was recently transferred from the 13th C.M.R. at Medicine Hat, to the 39th Battery, Lsthbridge, was made the re- cipient of a very handsome solid gold watch, suitably engraved, frr-n the N.r.O.'s and men of "B" Squadron! 13th C.3I.R., on leaving that regiment, together with a letter expressing the esteem, in which' the Sergeant-Major was held by the'iiuysrat Hat. The SergeantiMajor was. extremely popular with the members of the 13th, and he is proving.equally" so with the members of the 39th Battery here. [ARKETS Box Social and Dance In Coaidale Hall On Friday Evening Next Come on Boys! Bring a Girl! Bring a Box! TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, .Wan., Nov. and closing prices on the grain .ex- changes today were Wheat Open Close Nov............................ 1.01 1.01J Dec............................ 96} 9CJ May 1-00} 1.01} Oats- Dec................... May Nov................... Nor................... Dec................... May 37} 40J 37J 39j 1.80 1.79J 1.80J 1.80 -1.85J 1.81 Ami serving- the best meals in the city at Prices to Suit any Pocketbook Get your next meal at the Cafe nnd see what a splendid menu is placed before you. ALL WHITE HELP 'OPEN DAY AND NIGHT FjFTH STREET SOUTH, iDE GRAY'S HARDWARE, COTARAS CO., PROPS, WIN'NIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat- No. 1 .Nor. 1.00} No. 2 Nor................... 98} No. 3 Nor. 93f No 4 Nor................. 88} No. 5 Nor................... 82} No. 6 76} Oats- No. 2 C. W. 39 No. 3 C. W.............. 36' Extra No. I Feed 36 No. 1 Feed _................ 35 Flax- No. 1 N. W. 0. 1.79} No. 2 C. W................. 1.70} CHICAGO WHEAT Dec. 1.03 1.03} May........................... 1.055- 1.06} MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT Dec............................ 98} 99} May........................ 1.01J 1.02} New For Books Xmas We have practically all of the GOOD NEW BOOKS In stock and wish to call your attention to the following list: A FAR By Churchill MR. By McCutcheon IF HAN By .Cody. THE MONEY By Gilbert Parker THE LOST By Burnett THE STORY OF JULIA PAGE By Kathleen Morris MAKING MONEY By Owen Johnston THE FORTUNES OF GAIN By Mary Johnston THE COURTSHIP-OF ROSA- MOND FAYRE By Berts Ruck MICHAEL By Gene Stratum Porter A BRIDE OF THE PLAINS By Baroness Orczy DRAGON'S TEETH By Richard Dehan By Mary Roberts Rinenart UP THE ROAD WITH SALLIE By sterrett ON TRIAL By R'eizenstein FOR MAILING ADD 100 POSTAGE The Red Cross Drag B ok o., Limile.' CITY AND DISTRICT Death of Infant The infant child of Mr. and Mrs, John Luyeruk died at HardieviHe yes- terday. The funeral took place from St. Patrick's Church this afternoon to the Roman Catholic cemetery. On Inspection Trip Assistant-Commissioner J. O. Wil- son of the .Mounted Police at Edmon- ton, formerly superintendent at Leth- bridge, is in the city today on an in- spection trip. The Popularity That "OUR BEST" FLOUR enjoys is clue only to the high of quality maintained and the moderate price at which it is sold. See your grocer about it NOW EUROrMLtll Taber Mines Active Taber Times: The recent cold spell has caused the mine.s here to become very active. The Canada West mine is Short of men, especially machine men. The other local mines are all working, but find it difficult to get the necessary teams. Should Notify Secretary Difficulty is being experienced by the Patriotic Fund committee in keep- ing track of dependents upon the fund who remove from the Those dependents who contemplate removing from the city, or changing their ad- dress should first notify the secretary of the .local committee, Mr. R. J. Pat- terson, iNG FOR VEQETA8LE8 per cwt., liiets, per cwt., Turnips, per cwt-., 75c. ;er J10 to %W. Parsnips, per cwt, Jl.RO. Cutlass, per cwt, ,76c. to 11.00. Be prepared-for this trouble which is .'pre- valent in'several dis- tricts. BLACKLEG VIKUS (In Tens and Fifties.) arrived this -morning. Blackleg Virus Blackleg Pills Blacklegoidc Injectors, etc. Resident Since 1885 Dead Mrs. James Vere, a resident the city since 18S5, died yesterday at her home in Staffordville at the age of 73 years. Her husband, now deceased, i was one of the first miners to come to I Lethbridge. There is a large family One of the sons is in the overseas forc- es. The funeral takes place tomorrow to St. Patrick's Church, when High Mass will be sung b? Rev. Father Bid- ault. Interment will take place in tlie Roman Catholic cemetery. I Send Delegates Commissioner Grace was selected by the Lethbridge Khaki league last evening to represent the league at tho meeting of the provincial committee in care of returned soldiers at Cal- gary tomorrow. Mr. Grace left this afternoon for Calgay. G. H. Harmon also, went north to attend the meet- ing, taking the place of G. R. Mar- noch, who was dominated by the prov. incial committee to represent Letli- -bridge, but who is at Bassancj, The league the offer of the y.M.C.A. to allow returned soldiers the full privileges of the institution, Ihcludinfr smoking .and card-playing, for. which Matter a room is being pro- vided. The league will undertake to provide the necessary- funds for mem- berships for all returned soldiers. LEAVE YOUR XMAS GIFTS. TO THE LAST MINUTE Tall at Smith's Studio and make an appointment lor a sitting today. There .is nothing more ac- table than a portrait of your- cliildren for Christmas ifts. A. EVLYN SMITH HIGH CLASS PORTRAITURE Studio 906 Third Avenue S Next to Baptist Church The Women's Civic Club will hold a Card Party and Dance IN THE MASONIC HALL TO.NIGHT Come and Have a Good Time. Commence at 8 p.m. SOc EACH Daughters ami Maids Of England Whist Drive IN S. O. E. HALL ON Wednesday Next At 8.15 In Aid of the .Patriotic :Fund (Of any of the members) BUSINESS LOCALS "Jlllltary. a 'heat'.fit, and reasonable prices, for call j on J. E. Clarke, shop opposite Hut Q. M. Stores, fith Street. Goes to Caigary R. A. Smith left court at Kills the Bacteria causing many dis- eases. No diseases win be traced leiirized -Milk. Sold only by The Crystal Dairy PHONE Free Lecture TONIGHT -BY- LEO M. COOMBS AT THB CONSERVATORY AUDITORIUM "Interferences11 MUSICAL PMOQIIAMME IN CONNECTION ;