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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best a iaj hotel la HlberU "Pride of Alberta' and ''Mother's Favorite Just The Natural Wheat Taylor Made JAPANESE ORANGES A LARGE SHIPMENT ARRIVED TODAY This is the second lot we have had this fall, hut the first real ripe and good ones. Every Orange.ripe and sound, and every hox chuck full of Oranges. Price per box 70C Office: THE GOOD CO. Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Pbne 525 MARKETS 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 Sigjwill call. MODEL BAKERY N. J. Schweitzer, Prop. Phone 1175 Winnipeg, Man., Nov. was nothing but indecision and ex- pectancy on the grain market this morning at the opening. When the bell rang there was no business at all in wheat futures. A notice was put up ou the board saying that by order of the council of the exchange there wo.uld he no trading in Nos. 1, 2 and 3 Northern wheat. By mutual agree- ments all puts and calls were called off. There was little or no business in oats or ibarley, the market being prac- tically demoralized for the time be- ing. Later there were some few transactions in. coarse grains at stronger prices, owing to wheat being out of the market. The general expresson among all traders is "We do not know where we are at, and can only await further en- lightenment from the authorities as to our future course of action." Inspections Saturday and Sunday were 3P32 cars, as agHinst 1310 for the corresponding dates last year. In sight there were 1000 cars for inspec- tion today. The suspension of wheat trading is for the present session only, and a meeting of the grain exchange coun- cM will bo held this afternoon, when a decision will be reached as. to wheth- er further suspension is necessary. MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Open Close 43i 43} 39 Nov Dec 491 CHRISTMAS GIFTS FOR THE SOLDIERS Only a Few Days to Get Your Xnms Gifts Off so they Avill reach their Destination by Xiiias Our Stock Offers a Splendid Selec- tion for this purpose SOME SUGGESTIONS: Tobacco Pouches...50c to up to Tooth Brushes in case..50c ea. Safety to Mahogany thin) Pocket Note Books... 10c to Pocket Photo to Stationery .___25c to box Pocket Knives ....35c to Fountain to Carry Alls for Toilet Articles to Steero Cubes......15c and 25c Vest Pocket Kodaks Toilet Articles and Necessi- ties, such as Soap, Tooth Paste, etc. SEE OUR DISPLAY AND SELECTION WILL BE EASY Red Cross Drug Book Co.. Ltd. Nov 70 68i WEEK IN II In this Column, Will be Published Every Monday Church Announce- ments for the Coming Week. Notices for This Column Should Reach this office not later than 10 a.m. Monday. Announcements of Enter- tainments for which Admisiion is Charged will course, be accept- ed for this column. l.BSi 1.84 May ..................J-.93 CHICAGO WHEAT Dec 1.06 1.051 Jlay 1.081 MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT 1.01 l.OOJ Hay 1.03J 1.041 LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN Wagon prices: Wheat Oats Flax Bailey BUYING At St. Cyprian's A service of intercession will be held tomorrow (Tuesday) night on behalf of peace and missions. There will he no service on "Wed- nesday night, as the Rector will be out of town li The regular choir practice will he on Friday evening. 1 v At St. Mary's A service of intercession will be held on Wednesday evening. At St. Augusttn's Men's Society will meet tonight at 8 o'clock in the club room. Tuesday ,wfll be-a day of continu- ous intercession, from 7 a.m. to 7 pm Every member of the congregation is asked to spend some time during the day to church TheTWomen's AuiiliarJ' will meet at the Red Cross rooms on Friday after- noon. The- Junior Auxiliary will meet on tternoon at 4.15 in the Parish At Wesley Dr. Rivers will jive an address to- night In Wesley hall on his recent trip to thf'Fiinama Exposition. The pub- lie are cordially invited Dr. GrenfeH will give an illustrated lecture on' Ijbrador on Tuesday ev- ening at 8-o'cIock in Water church. The Wednesday evening mid-Tveek prayer, service will be addressed _by the pastor. Thursday evening at 8 o'clock there vfll he-E meeting of the trustee hoard the church parlor. The tegular choir practice will oe held; Friday night., '-The W.M.S. will meet on Thursday titernoon at 3.30. Mrs. fchouldice will gh'e 1 report on the Dominion Board nieoiiBg in Toronto. Thrf" pastor will Tlsit this week at lollops: Tuesday afternoon between 4th 6th 13th street east to limits; on street, between 5th and av- enges, and Thursday afternoon 8th to intli between 8th and llth streets. 'At Wett'miriMar win awet tonight at S o'clock, secowi1 half of the diary of Ssrit'yUlM to uFMtMieicef in Fmn, JM1I he oi RutVwill meet. Tuesday evening, the Queens of Ave- lon meet. Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock, there will be the regular prayer ser- vice. Thursday at 7.30 p.m., the Senior Boys' club will meet. Thursday at 8 p.m., the second quarterly official bo'ard will meet in the parsonage. Thursday at 8' p.m., monthly meeting of the Young People's Bible class .will meet at the home of Miss Davis, 333 Twelfth street North. Tonight in the parsonage and to- morrow, afternoon in the church par- lor at 2.30, special meetings of the Ladies' Aid will be held. Thursday-afternoon at 3 o'clock the W.M.S. will meet in the church and !go in a Wesiley church, where a joint meeting wiM be held. This week the pastor -win visit on Tuesday, east on.20th street North; Wednesday, 1st enue North and south of the tracks, and Thursday on 3rd avenue' North. At Baptlit Wednesday night there will be a special baptismal service. Mr. Rae wiH give an address. The Women's Mission Circle will meet on Thursday afternoon at 3. Mr. Rae; will give a Bible study talk on the -Baptism of the Holy Spirit on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Choir practice will be held on Fri- day evening at 8 o'clock at the Vic- toria Mansions. At Knox Westminster Guild will hold their regular; meeting tonight at 8 o'clock. Mr. Denoon will speak on "Why I am All are welcome. The men who are engaged in the "every member" canvass are request- ed to attend a meeting to be held in the' vestry on Tuesday at 7.30. The time' is fixed .early, so it will not in- terfere with those who wish to at- tend the lecture by Dr. Grenfeli. The Board are most anxious that complete return's be made at this meeting. The Ladies' Aid will meet on Thurs- day afternoon at tbe usual hour in lie ichool-roojn. Collectors (or the systematic giving wlH'call during this week. 'All Kdles of the congregation are Oa .Vsdncsdsy and Thursday even- 79 3! 158 40i HAY No. 1 timothy, haled, ton.......10.00 No; 1 alfalfa, baled, ton.....: 9.25 No. 1 Bluejoint 9.25 Mixed, ton 0.25 Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, Fat cows, killing wethers, CJ. killing ewes. oic. its-, lie. r Live poultry, spripgers, lac. Ib. Live fowl, 10-12C. Dressed 14c. Fresh gathered 40c. doz. No. 1 Farmers' dairy butter, 30c. BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per owt.. Beets, per cwt., Turnips, per cwt., 75c. Potatoes, per ton, 512 lo S13. Parsnips, per .cwt. Cabbage, per cwt., 75c. ings in the school room of the church the choir will repeat its "Old-Time" concert At St. Andrew's There will be no Christian Eudeav- or meeting on Tuesday ex'ening. The Onward Bible class will meet on Wednesday evenin, the subject be- ing "Uzziah's Pride and Punish- ment." On Friday evening at 7.30, the In- termediate .Christian Endeavor will meet. At Christian The Christian Endeavor will meet tonight at 8 o'clock. The Ladies' Aid will meet on Wed- nesday at 3 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Cockle, 214 Fifth avenue 'South. The regular prayer meeting will fat- held on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. The Start Tor the Swimming "The Annette Kellerman" RED GREEN BLACK and BROWN. JD. CANADIAN AVIATORS BAG ZEPPELIN Ottawa, Ont, Nov. Canadian aviators brought down a Zeppelin .within the British lines In Belgium, ac- cording to unofficial reports received here This Is the flret Zeppelin reported cap- tured in the -western war thea- atre. Geo. R. Dixon Co. FURNACE WORK Sheet Metal Contractors Roofing, Gaa Lighting, Cornice and Sky Lights. PHONE 1057 P. 0. BOX 634 Office: Rear of Stafford. Block S DISTRICT Busy at Frank The Blalrmore Enterprise under- stands that the Franco-Canadian col- lieries at Frank la besieged'with or- ders for 'coal, and never before were prospects so bright as at present Men are taking week about to work double shift and good wages are being paid. r Pincher Creek Yields The Pincher Creek Echo learns that E. J. Scott of Summerview threshed 100 acres of spring wheat, which went 62 'bushels to the acre.- Mr. Maxwell also bad a yield of 55 bushels to the acre off 200 acres. Purple Springs Man Named Rice Sheppard of Edmonton, H. C. Wingate of Cayley, J. J. McLellan of Purple Springs and R. L. Austin of I'Banfurly, were elected to fill the va cahcies on the board of directors of jthe Alberta Farmers' Co-operative El- eyator Co, Expensive Accident The Cannangay Sun reports that while R. O. Downing was nutting gas- oline In' his automobile a lantern which was Bitting near by ignited the and in a moment tie car was ablaze. Mr. Downing's clothes. also caught fire, but he extinguished them} before any damage was done. The car was completely burned, as was the machine shed, containing two buggies, fanning mill, and other machinery. The loss is placed at 52000, with no in- surance. ie, DclMous, Nutritious We ccin do Nothing More lo Make QUAKEH BREAD BETTER THAN IT !S GILMORE, 378 1027 LIVESTOCK PRICES SATURDAY Calgary: Hogs, steers, {6.10; cows, 15.10; heifers, Chicago: Hogs, cattle,