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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD i Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel in Alberta of Alberta and '''Mother's Favorite Just The Natural Wheat Taylor Made SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIALS COOKING Orchard Run; Special tonight, 7 poun'ls for Made in Lcthhrldije; all the best kinds; special tonight per pound 35c JELLY Assorted; special Per pound ...20c ASSORTED Soft Centres; spec- ial tonight, per pound 30c PEANUT BUTTER Something very tasty; special tonight per pound 30c TOASTED Fresh Special tonight, per pound .25c EATING David, sninll size, Or- chard Run, good flavor; special 'i pounds for NO. fine eating; special tonight, 5 pounds for ......................25: TABLE Nellis, square baskets; Special tonight ...........................40c pure, iu pint Special tonight, each ....................35c BEN DAVIS AND KING DAVIDS IN SANDPIT-CRATES; THE ORCH- ARD RUN KIND; EXTRA HEAVY CRATES; SPECIAL WHILE THEY LAST, PER office: THE GOOD CO. Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 MODEL.. BAKERY BREAD IS GOOD AND TASTES GOOD To the Dull Appetite it is the Keen Appetite, Delight. Order a Loaf from your Grocer, or Phone 1175 and the Big "will call. MODEL BAKERY N. J. Schweitzer, Prop. Phone 1175 WEATHER Lethbridge 38 21 cloudy 30 26 Regina, cloudy 25 12 Calgary, cloudy 42 24 .02 Medicine Hat, fair 44 36 I The weather over the prairie prov- inces has been mostly fair and med- jcratelv warm. FORECAST All West- A few i snow flurries, but generally fair to- day and on Sunday, and becoming somewhat colder. MARKETS SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Nov. aad closing prices on the grain ex- changes today were Open Close Nov............................ 1.041 Dec............................ 96i May......... i.flll 1-Oli 6 'Nov............................ 43 J 42J Dec...................'......... 37-i 38 May 401- Nov. Flax- .1.84 1.83} Dec..............r............. 1.83 1.83J May 1.89 1.89J- WINNIPEG CASH PRICES J Meat- 99} 95} 90J DOLLS, TOYS XMAS GOODS OUR BIG NEW STOCK OF XMAS GIFTS IS NOW ALL READY FOR YOUR INSPEC- TION. OUR BASEMENT IS PACK- ED WITH TOYS OF ALL KINDS. BRING IN THE KID- DIES AND LET THEM SEE THIS WONDERFUL DISPLAY. OUR OPENING ON SATUR- DAY, DEC. 4th. WATCH FOR SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited CrTY AND DISTRICT! BUSINESS LOCALS 3. M. Henderson, of Wright's Jewel- store. Eye Specialist, will be at P. 6. GagneMn's jewelry stores Card iton, .Wednesday, Dec. 1, 1915. "3. M. Henderson, ot "Wright's Jewel- ry store, Eye Specialist, will he at Wm. Blair's drag store, Thursday, .Dec; 2nd, 1915. Raymond, H. MAYER, 120 5th ST. S. 'To iny wish to inform that ipy store la open again for busi- ness-. See AdT. nest weefc. CHRISTMAS GIFTS "A moat acceptable Xmas gift is a year's subscription to either ine Sat- urday Evening Post, The Home Jour- nal or The Country Gentleman. This will keepryou hv remembrance ail the year round. Mailed direi't from pub- lishers, me nook your order. Ralph "Wadoington, 1241 5th ATP A gonth, City. Phone 469. 2a5--f. Home Guard Regimental Orders No. 1 Nor............ No, 2 Nor............ No. 3 Nor.- No. 4 Nor............ Red" Winter- No. 1 Nor............ No. 2 No. 3 Nor............ No. i Nor............ Oats- No. 2 C. W.......... No. 3 C. W.......... Extra No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. '1 Feed No. 2 Feed No. 3 jAo. 4 The Home Guard will, assemble for No- w- C........... Irill in of the headquarters 2 C'S' without rifles on Monday evening, at 7 30 sharp, and inarch to the drill hall. Every member is particularly request- ed to be present, as it is important that the Home Guard become perfect in their drill at once. As so many of the Home Guard have enlisted in. the Overseas forces, a. special call is now made for recruits to take their places. It is the duty, of every male citizen who Is physically fit, and over the age of IS years to enroll their names at once. By order.of the OFFICER" COMMANDING. GOD SAVE THE KING! CHICAGO WHEAT Dec...... i 04 May........................... 1.06J MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT Dec.......... 99J May 1.02J 981 S9J 40 37 37 37 36 35 66 1.794 1.06" 1.02' LOCAL MARKETS GET YOUR MEALS AT Commercial Oyster Chop House AND SAVE MONEY This was the First Restaurant to serve the best nieal for 25c, and is still the only place where you can get a good meal for 2oc. This is the First Restaurant to have Oy- sters and all kinds of Shell Fish, fresh from the We buj- the hest, and only the hest. Everything is under the personal charge of the owners. This is the ONLY Restaurant-which has employed OINLY White Ask Our Customers. The Commercial Cafe JAM If ANTON 79 27 158 LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon Wheat Oats Barley Track prices: Wheat Oats.................................... Flax.................................... Barley 52J BUYING PRIC- FOB.. HAY No. 1 timothy, baled, ton...... 10.00 No. 1.alfalfa, 9.25 No. 1 Bluejoint........ 9.25 Mixed, ton 9.25 "Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, 5j-5jc. Fat cows, killing wethers, killing ewes. SSc. Select hogs, 150-250 Its., Live springers, 15c. Ib Live fowl, lM2c. Dressed i4c. Fresh gathered eggs, 40c. doz. No. I'Farmers' dairy butter, 30c. BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per cwt.. Beets, per cwt., Turnips, per fiwt.. 7Sc. per ton, to Parsnips, per cwt. Cabbage, per cwt., 75c. to The 2 Store WET FEETW SORE THROAT HIGINBOTHAM'S YELLOW Throat Mixture "THE STITCH ,IN TIME." 25c J D, ltd. Rev. Mr. Swayne's New Charge Rev. A. W. Swayne, late of the Southern Alberta Mission, has been presented with the vicarage of Tyther Ington, Gloucestershire. Kent Men to Meet The Kentish association will meet in St. Mary's hail, on Monday even- ing at S o'clock. Full attendance re- quested. In Charge at Bow Island Rev. G. G. Herring of the Southern Alberta Mission arrived at Bow Is- land last week, to take the place of the 'Rev. Mr. Isaftc, has been transferred to Coutts. Church Union Vote The vote on church union will be taken tomorrow at both services at Kriox and St. Andrew's churches. Those who have net secured ballots already may procure them from the elders at the morning service. Executive Meeting At the' close of file morning- ser- vice in Westminster church tomor- row, the pastor would like to meet the executive of the Sunday school for a few minutes. A full attendance Is requested. Won First Prize J. Hamilton, a farmer on one of the ready-made farms east of the city, se- cured first prize for the best collec- tion of vegetables at the Bassano Soil Products Exposition. He was highly complimented upon his exhibit by Deputy Minister of Agriculture Scott from British Columbia, who was "the judge. The display was only pre- pared and sent to Bassano the day be- fore the show opened. Penalty After December Attention is drawn to an amend- ment of the school ordinance recently adopted, whereby a penalty of 5 per cent will be added to school taxes not paid by December 15, 1915. As this is not generally known, owners i of property are advised to attend to their taxes before that date. Coming on Tuesday The story of how the lonely coast of Labrador was visited; how. a mis- sionary hospital ship came to briug healing and civilization to the natives of that bleak coast, how the piratical traders, -who were keeping the wretch- ed inhabitants in poverty through ex- orbitant prices, were balked and dis- banded, how electric lights and schools, churches and large land IIOE- pitals were established, where before there had b'een only chaotic, primitive conditions of living, will be told by the wonderful man who is responsible for it all, Dr. Wilfred T. Grenfell, on November 30, at Wesley church. The of Dr. Grenfell is an of more than a little inter- est. Few are unfamiliar with his name, and many have followed his activities closely during the last f I twenty years. To those who are in- L1VESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY steers, cows, H.75-S5.10 heifers. cattle, Telephone Us For an Appointment We will be glad to make Por- traits of the children, yourself, the entire family or any gather- ing of friends. 5% OF THE PROCEEDS OF OUR BUSINESS GOES TO THE DAUGHTERS OF THE EM. PIRE AND THE PATRIOTIC FUND. THE ALLISON STUDIO 6th STREET S. BALMORAL BLOCK PHONE 1689 Case..Not Concluded Mr. Justice Simmons sat' in -Su- preme Court until ten o'clock last ev- g, -taking evidence' In the suit of A. Torcher against'R. Galvln for dam- s alleged seduction of his daughter, Frances..' Paul Galvin, a brother, .was on the stand when1 court adjourned, and will take the stand ag am i hen court meets Motjday raorn- ng Mr Justice Simmons is spend ng the Calgary. .Tpreher's laughter gave- .b'irth to a, cliJld last April, and site alleges that R, Galvin s the father, produced n court yesterday afternpun. Dr. Joyntx, 'formeriy-of Grassy take, who .tteniied the ..young mother, -was a irominent: witness yesterday, being on' he stand .for over two hours; -The lamtiffs. in the case are. _ German ews, and their evidence was taken j hrougfian interpreter. W. L. McKENZIE co- REDUCED PRICES ON ALL ONE WEEK ONLY. 718 3rd AVE. PHONt W7, Wholesorae, Delicious, Nutritious can do Nothing More to Make QUAKER BREAD BETTER THAN IT IS GILMORE, Phones .erested in-his work, his lecture pro- vides a'welcome opportunity to hear more ab'qut it. Geo. R. Dixon Co. FURNACE WORK Sheet Metal Roofing, Gai Lighting, Cornice and; Sky PHONE 1057- P.O. BOX 534 Office: Rear of .Stafford Block BIRTHS Mrs. E. E. Chandler, on Saturday, November 27th, a daughter. Mr. and Mrs. W. Mathews, on November 26, 1915, a son. AN APOLOGY We are sorry that some of our patrons re- ceived inferior service during the past week or ten days. This was caused by the fact that our building and plant were undergoing al- terations. However, this has all been finish- ed and now our shop is doubled in size and we have installed improvements and addi- tions to our plant and machinery. We have engaged another workman and-can now give You Better Service in Shoe Repairing tliari ever. Our work is done largely by Modern Machinery, ensuring neatness and quality. We call for and deliver all work. Prices :are moderate. A phone, message will get you a first class job, promptly'delivered. FRANK R. MILES PHQKE 511 4th AVENJE SOUTH 1717 OPPOSITE HILL BLOCK ;