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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best SU5 a davhntei In Siberia The 3R Premium You Get It In DOUGH -A. Special Seasonable Goods for Thanksgiving Day _ i i Hubhai'rt Squash, per pound..It: Pumpkin, per pound ........'.4c Fresh Cranberries, pound Fresh Oysters, per quart .WOf Fresh Oysters, per pint.....50c TokayGrapes, per pound .1-w "Tokay Grapes, per basket Concord Grapes, per basket, .-ittc Canned Pumpkin, Ss. 2 for. .2oc Canned 'Piiiupkiu, sal., Good Dry Mealy Alberta Pota- toes, per 100 pound sack...75c New Laid Eggs: A special lot, coming iu tomorrow: doH..35c Italian Prunes, large ones, B. Os. .Sac; ?er case Green Tomatoes, 4011) cases Apples, Wealtliies, No. Special per case Melutosh Beds, unwrapped good quality, per Mcliitosii' Herts, Snows, No. B.C. Sugar, tomorrow 20lb THE GOOD CO. Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Ptoae 525 1ARKETS Here We Are Again! TO REMI'N.D YOU THAT Model Bakery Bread AND N. J. .SCHWEITZER PHONE 1175 92} 81} C. Edwards is Yernon, B. C.'s citv clerk at per month. The market is growing in England I for B. C. frozen salmon and halibut. Thanksgiving Dinner Westminster Church Monday 6 to 8 SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, .Man.; Oct. and closing prices on the grain ex- changes !today were: Open Close Oct............................ 921 Nov........................... 92 30J Hay 96} Oct............................ 37 J 375 Bee............................ 34J 34J May 3S 38J Barley- Oct............................ gct.......... 1.61 1.621 "DCC...................... 1.581 1-60 "WINNIPEG CASH PRICES No. 1 Nor................... 9-U-' Xo 2 Nor. No 3 Nor................... 88} No J 83} No. 5 Nor................... No. 6 Nor................... "-i Feed 6S{ Oats- No. 1 C. W................. 39} No. 2 C. W. 38 No. 3 C. 3 I Extra No. 1 Feeil 37} No.- 1 Feed.................. 36J Barley- No. 3 8 No. -1........................... 41- FKd 1' Flax- No. 1 N. W. C........... 1 No C. W. 1 59' CHICAGO 1YHEA.T Dec.................... 1.02J 1.03? Guard Against La Grippe An attack by LaGrippe comes without warning. Therefore it is necessary to cAmtmt it Just as soon as the first symptoms appear. Keep NYALS Laxacold Tablets on hand and you may always feel secure against attacks fit Lagrippe, Colds, TonsIHtis and similar ailments. It relieves aclies and fever verv promptly. 'PRICE 25 CENTS BOX The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited WEATHER Max. 71 60 70 CS 70 66 -12 47 45 Min. 40 30 32 3S 47 2S 47 46 44 84 60 40 26 26 17 36 Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, c'lear Calgary, fair.. Medicine Hat, fair Macleod, cloudy Red Deer, clear...... Foremost, elear..... Prince, Albert, fair Saskatoon, clear Kamsack, clear Swift Current, cloudy. Moose Jaw, fair..... Brandon, fair....... Winnipeg, clear..... Arthur, fair.. Nelson......... Kamloops........... The weather over the prairie prov- inces has been fair and cooler. Forecast Manitoba and erally'faFr, with a little higher tem- perature. fair and cooler again. ________ The Popularity That BEST" H.OUR enjoys is due only to the high standard of quality and the moderate price at, which it is sold. See your grocer about it NOW ELLISON MIUING ELEVATOR CD, past Splendid Musical and Literary Program. REV. T.. W, BATEMAN Of Chentu, China ll relate some of his- experiences in China during the Eat your Thanksgiving Dinner with Are Invited. ADMISSION TO DINNER "AND CONCERT: ADULTS 35 25 CENTS Anniversary Services Westminster Methodist Church, To-morrow, MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT 1.01 1.00} i Dec. May CHICAGO LIVESTOCK Oct. market steady to loc.. advance. Bulk, SS.OO to 58.60 light, 57.80 to S8.65 mixed, S7.65 to 58.73 heavy, S7.55 to S8.65 rough, to 57.75 S5.20 to Cattle Receipts, market steady. to 510.50 weste'rn steers. to SS.OO cows and hellers, to calves, to Sheep Receipts, market unsettled. Wethers, S5.85 to S6.65 ewes, to lambs, 56.75 to LOCAL MARKETS CITY AND DISTRICT Roses in October A 'Lethbridge lady is proudly dis- playing a bouquet of roses she pluck- ed iu her garden this week, something I unusual for October. The roses were in beautiful bloom. Forrimmediate relief of Chap- ped Frost Bites, Roughness .of the. Skin and for Sores generally. Un- equalled for use after shaving. This elegant preparation has no equal for softening the skin and beautifying the complexion. Daintily Perfumed BOTTLE Ask for a Sample The Store SATURDAY SPECIALS E. j. TICKNER STORE OF QUALITY AND GOOD SERVICE. PHONE 364. 204 13th STREET, SOUTH Crab Apples, per Eating Apples, 5 pounds...25c Eating Apples, per box... Hums, per crate Dates, per package .......10c Cheese, per pound 20c WITH EVERY CASH ORDER ONE 20 POUND SACK OF B. C'. SUGAR FOR Cocoa, Fry's, per pound-----50c Cocoa, Fry's, per Vi pound..28c Cocoa, Baker's, M; pound...25c Cocoa, Cowan's, V- pound..25c Camp Coffee, per .bottle. ..20c Copal's Coffee, per pkg....20c 10 SPEAKERS 11 G. H. Cofobledick, M.A. Of Wesley Church 7.30 T. W. Bateman Of Chentu, China SPECIAL MUSIC AT MORNING SERVICE BY JUNIOR CHQIR At the Evening Service the Choir will sing "Wake Thee, O Zion" and "Give Unto the Lord" Kinj of Hardicvilk Jfo Appeal for Money A HEARTY WELCOME TO ALL LOCAL GRAIN PRICES lots: Wheat...... Oats Barley Track prices: Wheat Oats Barlev 43 BUYING PRICE FOP. HAY No. 1 timothy baled, ton 10.25 No. 1 ton...... 9.25 ,'No.-1 Biuejoint 9.25 i BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per cwt., Beets, per cwt., Turnips, per cwt., 75c.'. New potatoes, per ton. to ?12. Parsnips, per cwt. Cabbage, per cwt., 75c. to Livestock arid Poultry Choice'steers, 5-5JC. Fat cows, killing wethers, hilling ewes. Select hogs, 150-250 Ib's., 8c. Live poultry springers, 16c. Ib. Number 1 fowl, 12Jc. Dressed 12 to lac. Fresh Rathercri eggs, 30c. doz. No. 1 Farmers' dairy butter, 25c. Speak at Wesley Rev. T.. W. Bateman of Mating, China, who has spent five years there, during which lost his wife and child, and has passed through the ex- periences of the revolution, will speak in Wesley church tomorrow morning and in Westminster in the evening. Police Commission The Police Commission did not hold its regular meeting yesterday, but will probably meet early next week, when the matter of .police force reduction may be discussed. Red Cross Notes from Mrs. Elton, ?1S.50, proceeds from the sale of candy in the Majestic Theatre by the Latter-day Saints Relief Society, on Monday and Tuesday, September 27 and 28. Wesley -Thanksgiving The. ladies have bestowed much la- 'bor on the decorating of Wesley church for the harvest-home service tomorrow evening, and the choir has prepared special music. The Ladies' Aid are also making large provision for their fowl supper Monday even- ing, to be. followed by a concert of exceptional merit. Union Thanksgiving Service J A union Thanksgiving service will 'be held in Knox church on Monday morning at 11 a.m. The Home Guard will attend the church in a body. Rev, :A. H. Denoon will deliver the address, land special music will be given by 1 Knox -church choir, under the leader- ship -of 5Ir- Lay ton. The offering at the service will be devoted to the i Nursing Mission and the Patriotic JFund. Active Association The western federation of mechanl: ,r, calcal and t'iectrical engineers, with headnuarters at Calgary, have an act- ive local in Lethbridge, which meets every second and fourth .Friday. This assoeiation has for xhe bridge local has a good membership, and an active interest is taken In the work. f COMING "The Spoilers" OCTOBER 18th. Candy WITH A More-ish Taste Xeilson's and Nyal's Just the style for iymrj Prices to The Frank Hedley Drug Co. Lethbridge C.O.F. Anniversary Court Lethnridge, No. 2G2, C.O.F., wil'i- celebrate their 25th anniversary on Thursday, October 2S, with an ex- cellent entertainment. .Some of the best local, talent has been secured, liver an address. A sumptuous suppei will be served after the entertain nient. Popula.r Preacher Returns' to Pulpit The' services at St. Cyprian's Church tomorrow, besides celebrating the annual harvest-home, wil mark 100 SETS CflAINS, 30x3% per Pair FOED GARAGE National League Grounds, Phila- Oct. The Boston Ameri- cans won in the. President Wilson saw the champions of the American League turn hack the Phila- delphia club by a score of 2 to 1 in the second game of the world's series. Twenty thousand persons witnessed George Foster turn National j League pennant from the plate -inning 'after Inning, anil 'then! to put a 'fitting1, cap oii.ihe climax of the game Foster drove in the win- ning rim in; the ninth inning a hot single to centre. The Boston Red Sox garnered 10, Aiwaysbweet Quaker Bread Uniformly Good Gil RIO re, Baker PHONES 378 and 102? hits but Mayer managed to keep them fairly well, scattered. President Wllsou'was given an ova- tion as he .left the: neia. The official "score: Boston- Hooper, rf Scott, ss.... xHendricksen Cadi', C Speaker, cf Hoblitzel, Ib Lewis, If Gardner, 31) AB R H PO A E '3 3 ar, the return of Rev. Canon McMillen 2b his after a month's abse'nce at Thomas, the Genera! Synod meeting in Tor onto. The popu'jar Canon will preach hoth morning and evening, and spec- ial music will be sung. Lecture on Mexico G, O. Smith, who has been in the city for the past few weeks organizing for the Yeomen lodge, gave his inter- Janvrin, ss p Home Guard Regimental Orders The-Home Guard will assemble for ...lurch parade on Thanksgiving Day, at 10.45 sharp in'front of the Chinook cMv without rifles, and the Presbjteiian church The sen-ices will be conducted by Chaplain Denoon. A large turn-out it requested. The ril'ie range-in the Home Guard headquarters, adjoining the Police sta- tion on Second avenue South will be open on Monday afternoon. i.: Tne regular drill, with rifles, wfil he 0 I on Tuesday evening, at 7 30 sharp, in O u u UI1 UUiiUU> wvullll.B, "v 3 0 0 j front of the Chinook club. By Order, OFFICER COMMANDING. 35 10 27 11 0 rf icy it NicbolT, 2b i Burns, e p- Score by Boslon Philadelphia esting lecture on Mexico in the nap- list church Wednesday, to n fair audi- ence. Mr. Smith went on an extensive tour'through Mexico, just Hfter the revolution broke out, and had some- very-Interesting incidents to tell. He visited Santa a beautiful city which is a Urge summer resort. Along 'the Southern Pacific Railway, en route, the'most notable feature was the numerous oil wells in evidence. The oil ,in thtse wells is crude and i sells for 80 cents'per barrel. He also vinited Mexico City, which he descrlb- ;cd in detail. The city Is noted for Ills many magnificent works of arcbi- I lecture; and also for the great poverty land want. He also told of the wonder- I ful resource's of the country. The far- mors set five crops of alfalfa; a'imost kind of fruit grows there. The, I mineral wealth of the country Is' ab- jlimlant. Precious .stones may be pur- chased lor nearly nothing. Totals xBjttted for Scott In-the 7th. AB R H PO-A Stock, 3b 4. Bancroft, ss 4 Paskert, cf 4 GRASSY )LAKE. HAPPENINGS vGrassv Lake Gazette) A branch of the Patriotic Fund has been with these President, W. Salvage; vice-presi- dent, W. M. transurer, J. Clark Knox. Advantage was taken of Judge .Jackson's visit to town on Mondas for a special meeting of the Masonic n'ic-dge. The Judge, who is a past .Grand Master of Alberta, delivered an 1 interesting and insti .irlive address o'on Masorry, which was greatly appre- 30 1 2 000 010 Oil rtiuaui ij, o-- elided by the members present. 0. C. Porry will leave in a few days nith his family for where tnoy will spend the, winter, so tha, liie gills may attend the Knight Ac.d- Ritchie, formerlv of 1 ortasc In Summary; .Two'foase Foster, Cravath. Luderus; earned runs, Bos- ton 1; left on bases, Uoston 8, Philadelphia 2; bases on balls, off Mayer struck out, by Fos- ter 8, 'by.'Mayer 7; umpires, at plate on bases K-vnns. left fleldi 0'L.ougliHn, riglit field Klein. The official Hgurea receipts ond attendd'noo: e, o n, takes J; is manager vof the Taylor 'r. Woods may sx> to Prairie, life W." Woods, a elevator.! M inost. BUSINESS, LOCALS The' complete furnishings, fixtures and stock In trade King's Hotel, mh St. N,