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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor lot'SLSi ty hotel In llhrti The "TAYLOR MADE" Premium You Get It In DOUGH Special Seasonable Goods for Thanksgiving Day Ilubbard'Squash, pi-r pound. .4c Pumpkin. pound Fresh Cranberries, pound 15e Fresh Oysters, per-quart Fresh Oysters, per Tokay Grapes, per pound .lav Tokay Grapes, per basket Concord Grapes, per basket Canned Pumpkin, 3s, 2 for Canned Pumpkin, g'ul., Good Dry Mealy Alberta Pota- toes, per 100 pound sut-k.. .75c 40e New Laid Eggs: A special, noming; in toiuorroAv; dox..35c Italian Prunes, large ones, B. Cs. 1'er Green Tomatoes, 4011) cases Apples, Wealthies, Special per case Mclutosh JKorts, unwrapped good quality, per case Mclntosh No. Snows, No. Is..........- B.C. tomorrow -20tt> Office: THE GOOD CO. Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 Money BY RETURN MAIL For Cream We can handle more Cream, and will pay cash at once for every shipment: Crystal Dairy Co. 13th St. South, Lcthbridge. PHONE 1576. Home Guard Regimental Orders Keith's Stall Public Market Kow is your chance to get 2 KJS. Cardtton Crsamery Butter fortESc, or 1 tb same butter and one tube Stuart's Flavor or Tooth or any Stuart 2oc products for 50c. Saturday The Home Guard will assemble for drill in front of the Chinook club on Friday, evening, at T.oii sharp, with The Home Guard regulation badge will be supplied all members shortly, which .will entitle all guards to free transportation one way on the street cars to the drill grounds oa Monday and Friday evenings. A new North Lethbridge company is now being formed, and it is hoped that it will be recruited to Mull strength at once. Those thai, intend to join bring a rifle, if possible. Particulars regarding rifle practice will be announced in a few days. By Order, Church parade on Thanksgiving Day, Mondav, at 10.-15 a.m. sharp, in front of the" Chinook Club, without rifles, and march to the Presbyterian 1 church The services will he conduct- ed. by Chaplain Denoon. A large turn out is requested. OFFICER COMMANDING. 100. SETS "Rid-O-Skid" CHAINS, 30x3% per Pair FORD GARAGE THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach'this Office before 1Z oelock noon .on the day of publication MARKETS Heavy Slump' in Wheat Winnipeg, Oct. wea- er and a "lower cash demand brought a heavy slump neir the close and Winnipeg cash dropped 21 to 2J and the whole tone at the close was very Receipts were, cars in sight for inspection. There is a notable per- centage of cars of "Smutty' wheat all 261 cars "oil grade" for one thins and another, hut the .percent- age "oi No. 1 northern is very hiijh. Winnipes option market doseii 2Sc. to 2Jc. "lower. Cash closed to down. FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Man., Oct. S. Opening' and closing prices on the grain ex- Candy Treat For Saturday CHOCOLATE PEANUT CRISP CHOCOLATE MOLASSSES CHIPS CHOCOLATE CINNAMON STIpKS SATURDAY PRICE 35e Per Pound The Red Cross Drug BoolrCo., Limited Letllbriilge, lair Edmonton, clear Red Deer, cloudy Saskatoon, cloudy Moose Jaw, clear Foremost, cloudy Minnedosu, rain Winnipeg, fair Emerson, clear Calgary, cloudy JIacleod, cloudy Medicine Hat, fair Prince Albert, lair Swift Current, cloudy liegina, cloudy Port Aithur, [air 32 .13 Nelson Tile weather over the Prairie prov- inces has been mostly fair and cool. FORECAST and quite cool today, a little higher tem- perature on Saturday. Saskatchewan and fair today and en ivith higher temperature. Your Grocer will Supply 22 30 50 21 46 30 3li 21 !0 36 36 24 32 30 changes today were Oof Initiation meeting and, installation of officers under Order .of Yeomen' Dec May 1 Oct Dec May Oct Oct .Open Close 83-5 DIJ 934- 93" 37-} 3-1 i 37 84 .V 37} tonight at S p.m., in Mooae ihbotham block. Hig- 1.59J Dec. 1.59? 1.57i WINNIPEG CASH PRICES i Star] No- 1 Nor. 2 Nor. 3 Nor. Chicago--has designed a street on drivers may practice. Regular meeting of North No. 4, A.M., in Masonic 1 No. 'hall, on Monday, at S p.m. Visiting j No. brethren cordially invited. The annual meeting of the Loth- Ibrldge Red Cross society will be ield Fpsd on Friday evening in St. Augustin's I Oats- hall at S.30. A statement of receipts Np. 1 C. W................. and expenditures me year, and an outline of the work done during the year will he given. Officers for the j Extra !so. 1 Fee. coining year will be elected. The pres- No. .2 Feed ence of all members and sympathiz- 3 C. Mo. 3 C. W. ers is requested. No. 3 i No. 4................. Feed.................. Flax- No. 1 N. W..C. No. -2 Dec. May Dec. May 82 i 91 88 811 7H- 38" 87-.V 364 1.591 1.56i C. W................. CHICAGO WHEAT l.Oli 1.02-1 i MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT I 96J- 1.02" 90J "Don't Taste Just Right" How of'teu Ifafe-ycra said this after tasting pickles, .or. preserves? You won't have to say itj listen to us. Green Ginger Root Garlic (Select Cloves) Cassia Saigon .Cinnamon quills and powder) Jamaica Ginger African Ginger--' Zanzibar Cloves (whple arid In powder) Cardamom Seed (very select, whole and powder) Pickling Spice in, two ounce. cartons and bulk Japanese Chilies. Spices are Drugs'and hare to be selected with the same care: We've doae the selecting; it's "up to you" now. Bear in mind that these Spices are not cheap as Spice prices go, hut you use from" a third'to a half the quantity. BIRTHS Friday, Octdber 1st, at Calgary, to Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Oli- ver of Lethbridge. a daughter. The Store On Thursday, Oct. to air. and Mrs. Geo. Mitchell, son. Friday-Saturday Specials E. J. TICKNER 'STORE OF QUALITY AND SERVICE. PHONE 364. Cocoa, Fry's, per pound-----50c Cocoa, Pry's, per pound..28c Cocoa, Baker's, pound...250 Cocoa Cowan's, V: pound..25c Camp CoHee, per .bottle. Copal's Coffee, per 204 13th STREET SOUTH rab-Apples, per Eating Anpies, 5 pounds...25c Eating Apples, per Plums, p.er crate ..........7Sc Dates, per package .......10c Cheese, per pound' WITH EVERY CASH ORDER ONE 20 POUND C1 AR ?ACK OF 8. C. SUGAR FOR CITY AND DISTRICT Ah .Expert .Engraver J; Toombs" of the Canadian Soo has taken a position in Wright's jewelry store. Mr. Toombs is ail expert en- graver. Preparatory Service A service preparatory to the com- munion service in St.. Andrew's i church next Sunday morning will be held in the church tonight at S o'clock, i Canadian Patriotic Fund The hon. treasurer, R. J. R. Pater- son, begs to acknowledge the receipt of the sura of from the staff of the Dominion Experimental Farm, be- their donation to the above fund for the month of September, 1915. Is Going to Enlist H. H; Currie, who for a time was a reporter on the Lethbridge Daily News, when it was first started some years ago, and who later located in Nelson, B.C., and Hoauiam, Wash., i has returned to-Nelson to "enlist in the 54th Kooteuay Battalion. New BuHdinn at Foremost' Dr. Poynfz and John Green drug- Igist, are erecting a two-storey store building on a fifty-foot frontage at Foremost. It will be one of the most substantial buildings in the town. Thanksgiving Groceries At Your Door follow the Store News for what you want to eat or wear, the merchants who pay for their announcement! must be en- thusiastic about goods when it costs, them to tell you about them. What they offer must pay you before it pays them. Any merchant knows when he signs his announcement that'he must stand back of what he says, just as ha muss have the funds In the bank when he signs a cheque, so read the Store News today and tomorrow H guide to your Thanksgiving buying. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN- PRICES Wagon lots: Wheat Oats 38 Barley -12 Flax.............................. 132 Track prices: Wheat 7E1 Oats 28t Barley ''3 Flay.............................. BUYING PRICE fOK HAY No 1 timothy baled, ton 10.25 No. 1 alfalfa, baiecl, ton...... 8.25 No. 1 Kuejoint .._.. 9.25 BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, pra cut., Sl.OO. fleets, per cwt., Sl.OO. Turnips, per cwt., 35c. potatoes, per ton, ?.10 to 512. Parsnips, per c-.vi. Sl.oO. Caobase, per 75c. to Sl.OO. 'Livestock snd Poultry Choice steers, 5-53C. Fat-cows, Killing kiilini; ;.ic. Kelec't hogs, J50-250 Mis., 8c. Live poultry, sprincers, IOC. Ib. Nnmber f fowl, 12Jc. Dressed 12 to 15c. Fresh gathered eggs, 30c. No. 1 Farmers' dairy butter, 25r.. BUSINESS-LOCALS The complete furnishings, fittings; fixtures arid stock in. trade of the King's Hotel, 13th St.. will be sold by sale on Tuesday next, Oct. 12. at 10 o'clock in "the morning: i Prices for Saturday and Home Guard to Church A special Union Thanksgiving ser- vice will be held in Knox church on Monday morning at 11 a.m., under the auspices of the Ministerial association of the city. Rev. A. H. Denoon., will deliver the address. The Home Guard ---------_. Win' parade to the church. The pub- are cordially invited to this ser- Jllonday specials 'Xadv. .in this issue) will ibe on for Tuesday on account of Thanksgiving holtda.j'., R. A. Wright, Jeweler. COMING The 16th, OCTOBER 14th, 18th. WltH. Tiste Neilsou's and NyaPs Just the etylc for iiv.ri; -j'civcr. Prices Thanks- oik.to AV The Frank Hedley Home Guard Headquarters Headouarters and .reading rooms for the Home Guard will he establisl ed in the rooms next, to the city police court, if arrangements can be made with the city commis-1 sioners. A short range for rifle prac- tice will also be. established as soon as possible, in. the basement of this building, which is admirably suited for I dehtial district. PRICES ARE LOWER TOO No Need To Walk Down Town oe ebt (roah Our Fruit Is brought in fresh every morning. .we 'can make, it worth your while to give US your 25c "business. GRAPES, TOKAYS 2 pounds for APPLES, EATING 5 pounds tor Cooking Apples. 6 Creamery Butter, S'-IDS' ..31.00 Dairy Bulter, per Ib. ......30c Bacon, Swift's Back, ...25c Bacon, Swift's Premium, Ib. 32c Lard, 3 pounds for .......55c 5 pounds for -85c 10 pounds for Crisco, per tin............30c Heinz Sweet quart 35c Dill Pickles, Libfoy's, tin ...25c Cream of Wheat, .pkg. .20c Puffed Wheat, 2 for' .25c Roman Meal, per pkg. 25c PEARS, FLEMISH BEApTY; per dozen CRANBERRIES 1 5C per pound I wW pounds for Robin Hood Rolled Per lrag ................35c Shredded Wheat, 2 tor .250 Triscuit, 2 for .............2s? Fleishman's Yeast; cakes ar- rivo daily. .Fels Naptha, 10 bars .....70c Royal .Crown and -G. W., Soap, l 12 oars for Old Dutch, 3 tins for.......25c Lux, 3 tins for Sunlight Soap, 11 -----50c Welcome Powder 2 for ...-----...........'..4ge Toilet Soap, 6'bars for The CentralCash Grocery H. COLLIER. Phone 657. A. E. KINNEAR. 1112 8th Avenue South, Lieutenant in Ennineers i this very valuable branch o! the ser- William Alexander "Adam of the 'VICC- City slafi, lias been ga- day. No man can'do effective1 work 1! consllpated-Hexall Orderlies are effective laxative. Sold only by 3.O bv the raniw will he open all (Troop uananian ivnsinccln. Co Limited, TIM to'be used for an in-j Mr. Adam's purpose to .go with the 2e5 and 60c boles to aid enlistment, in the iKngmeer, on ac ne .crv, e a soon ________ THANKSGIVING SUPPER From 6 lo 8 o'clock on Thanksgiving Night, October 11th WESLEY HALL Splendid Turkey Supper followed by and LlUr.ry Program ADMISSION TO ;