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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERAID JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best i day hotel in Htorti The "TAYLOR MADE" Premium You Get It In DOUGH excellent condition. Place your orders now for Grapes, Concord, Niagara and Red Rogers Grapes from Ontario Arc now at their best and we arc Informed the price, will not be any lower, In fact there a of the next lot being higher In price. There Is a great shortage this year owino to the very Inclement a lot of the Grapes are mllldewed. We have a large shipment Ju.t In that ar. .In _-lw fOP p-------- 40c 50c 55c 35c CONCORD and NIAGARA li qiiar! baskets. 1'rico each.......... RED ROGERS (I quart baskets. 1'rlce each RIPE TOMATOES; 6 quart baskets. Price each NEW LAID Per dozen................'........ APPLES u cases left 7K Special, per case...................9 I W MclNTOSH stock, special, per case MclNTOSH Ko Is. Per case............... SNOW Xo. Is, per case Office: THE GOOD CO. Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 MARKETS Pasteurized and Carefully Handled The Crystal Dairy CD. PHONE 157S. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR "Crystal Brand" Creamery Butter The Beat Fresh Butter an the by CRYSTAL DAIRY Lethbridge Phone 1576 It's No Secret! Those who use it know Model Bakery Bread is superior in every detail DoYouKnowlt? N. J. SCHWEITZER, PROP. Phone 1175. I Winnipeg. Oct opened quietly, October 'beinijr 5c up. Winnipeg October sold over the dollar mark. The feature WHB tlia wild fluctuations be- twcen trades. So .very adequate reason i for an advance was sliown. Weather, good everywhere: 'Cars In 'or In- 1 speetlon were WlnnJpig Market October 9Hi November December...... May October December...... 34V 35% Mar................. 3P. October 5i 162 162VJ 162 .December............... 160 Winnipeg Cash Prices Xo. 1 Northern 99; No. 2 Northern 92U- No 3 Northern 94W-; No. 4 No. 5 S4; No. 6 7S; Feed 73. S C. 1W. 41ii; No. 3 C. TV. 40; Extra 1 Feed Barier_No. 3 57; No. 4 55U; Feed 46. 1 N. C. 1G2H; 2 C. American Markets December 59 May 302 Olive Oil a Cold Weather Food The body requires heating foods during the cold weather. Fats are in demand and the best fat is Olive OIL It is prac- tically all nutriment and is easily digested. pure Italian Olive Oil a delicious flavor, and whether used for salads or for cooking, it is sure to delight your palate. The price has not been ad- vanced because ot the war. The Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited tfome Guard Hear Inspiring Sermon at Union Services Rev. A. H. Deuoon, chaplain of the Home Guard, preached a moat inspir- ing Thanksgiving sermon to the mem- bers of the Guard in Knox church, Thanksgiving, morning, at the union thanksgiving service, which was held under the auspices of the Ministerial association of the city. The first few pews of the church were filled with the members of the umtrut and a larg- er turn out would have been recorded had not a large number been at the [recruiting office to sign on with the Battery. The remainder of the church was filled with members of the other churches. Chaplain Denooii took his text from the first verse in the lOath Psalm, "O, Give thanks unto the Lord, for He ia good." The Popularity That "DUR BEST" FLOUR enjoys is due only to the high standard .of quality maintained and the moderate price at which fif is sold. See your grocer about it NOW COMING "The Spoilers" Orpliciun OCTOBER 14th, 15th, 16th. Home Guard Regimental Orders The regular drill, Tvith rifles, will he on Tueadav evening, at 7.30 sharp, in iront of the Chinook club. By Order, OFFICER COMMANDING. Hon. E. b: Patenaude, the new minister oi Inland Eevenut, will seek election in Hochelaga, Que. NEK IN 1 LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL, GRAIN PRICES Wagon lots: .Oats..................... !Flax.............. 1 j Track, prices: !Wheat ........S4 Oats ......................31 Barley 'Flax .1. BUYING PRICE FOR HAY No. 1 timothy baled, ton 10.25 No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton...... 9.25 (No. 1 Bluejoint.......... 9.25 BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per cwt., SI.00. Beets, per cwt., Turnips, per cwt., 75c. New ton, to Parsnips, per cwt. SI.50. Cabbage, per cwL, 75c. to Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, 5-5ic. Fat cows, killing wethers, 6J. killing ewes, oic. Select hogs, 150-250 Ibs., Live poultry springers, 16c. Ib. N'umber 1 fowl, 12 to 15c. Fresh gathered eggs, 30c. doz. No. 1 Farmers' dairy butter, 25c. ed for this column 4. K-O- !he women's ceTd uto missionary society he held choir and voung -people'- -meeting will not the spe- BUYING HORSES FOR FR'ANCE Man.. Oct. ant Courtois, a veteran of the French cavalry; Dr. Caze, veterinary-surgeon of the French Army, and .T, E. Good, of intercession general manager of the .Union stock- will' be held tomorrow evening iu the yards.. Toronto, are in Winnipeg, on j their way. west to purchase ten thoua- A. will meet cm Thursday and or more horses for. use in the r j ti pep v-ho cannot! The v> will meet cm routiuny aim m uiure uuises iu. arl- Mked to-put their of-' afternoon at 3 'o'clock in the Parish French cavalry and artillery, are jiut uicii. _ are not so se1- e iering on the collection plate nest hall. board! The Kpwo The requirements are' not so severe as i the British use, and horses .of 900 to b this 1GOG pounds will be purchased. For gular the artillery from lOoff- pounds are i. A needed. Animals of the mustang var- jared. iety are desired. REMOVES tarnish, stains, and grease.; Never deteriorates, guarant- eed forever. 7- 'Best for all, base metals, por- celain and marble. TTsed the world Biggest seller 35c a can A Free sample'for the asking. The Store CITY AND DISTRICT Moose -Meeting The Loyal Order of the Moose .will hold an important business meeting tonight in the Moose Hall. AJ1 inem- hers are requested to attend; Joint Meetin Thp choir meet lor practice i ed. o'clock i The regular prayer meet] minute song! held on Wednesday evening next service next The senior Christian hndeavor will tneet tonight. The meeting will take. Dt the form ot a social event. The sub-: ject ivill be, "Be a Leader, Be a Fol- i aai 3ower The executive oi the Endea- at Spm V Sund nieets for practice Fri- arp. h Day" A WTte' Ladies' Aid will meet in j regular raonthlv session on Wednes- i Church CHKlfe'HAN CHL'KCH-llid-neek aifemoon at 2 30 in the church. i meeting Wednesday evening The Intermediate Christian Endea-; 8 o'clock. Everybody welcome. tor will meet on Friday evening at laics'. fcowely meeting 7 o'clock jJiesday ailernoon ror -vork. All are to be present. The regular mid-week service vril BPIIIT cMncn iu onw el ithe jaw for alleged" dirty work, and The Epwoith League inaugural Eare, cial for the season will be held next Monday evening. The pastor will visit this week in Jtfyerriew on Wednesday afternoon and ,6th to 8th avenue between 8th tnd', llth street on Thursday after- noon. At Baptist The regular mid-week service wilt te held on Wednesday evening. The COMING "The Spoilers" Orpheum OCTOBER 14th, 15th, 16th. LUMBER ........--t'ng A joint meeting of the Patriotic and Red Cross committees will be'he'd in the offices of the Red Cross, Acadia block, this evening, at 8.30. p.m. Accident on Third In an accident on Monday on the up- per end of Third avenue, which might have proved more serious, the car i driven by H. J. H. Skeith collided I with a throwing the occupants to the ground. No injuries were sustain- The rig was considerably smash- He expressed his thanks that the i government of the Dominion had set' aside a day to be observed to give thanks unto God for all His benefits. It evinped the fact that Canada Is a Christian nation. He drew contrasts of the first thanksgiving and that ot today. We have many more advan- tages now than in the past, when the Puritans first set aside a day as thanksgiving, but are we any more tbankful than. they. Too often we for- get that our advantages come from God, and Thanksgiving was a day to bring this before u's. We should be thankful for tbe mag- nificent way in which the Empire is standing the test of this great crisis, said: the pastor, for standing for right and truth, instead of remaining neutral, and allowing a larger nation lo "dominate "over a smaller one. We should be thankful for tie many sac- rifices that are Being made through- out the Empire by the men who are fighting; for the mothers and wives who give up their loved ones. We I should .be thankful that we do not ;.know the horrors of war in the same manner as Belgium, Poland and Ser- bia. That Canada is far away from the field of conflict, and in peace. Again, we'should be thankkful for the bountiful harvest and prosperity that is confronting the country. Thankful that our city is in such good circumstances. Thankful that we lave Christian men at the who look to God for guidance and strength in this hour ot trouble. The Rev. Mr. Dendon drew a great lesson from these things. We have ample to be thankful for. We should live bur thanks, and be drawn closer to Him from whom all good gifts Rev D Ross of the Baptist church, Rev. A. C. Bryan of St. Andrew's, Rev. J B Francis of- Westminster, and Rev' G H. Cobbledickk took part in the service. The choir sang a beautiful anthem, followed by the con- gregation singing the National Anthem." The special offering amounted to 13990 This will be divided equally between the Patriotic Fund and thfl Nnrsing Mission. SPECIALS E. J. TICKNER STORE OF QUALITY AND GOOD SERVICE. PHONE 364. 204 13th STREET SOUTH Cocoa, Fry's, per pound-----50e Cocoa, Fry's, per }s pound..28c Cocoa, Baker's, pound...25c Cocoa, Cowan's, pound..25c Camp Coffee, per bottle...20c Copal's Coffee, per pkg....20c _ WITH EVERY CASH ORDER ONE 20 POUND SACK OF B. C. SUGAR FOR Crab Apples, per bor.... 'Eating Apples. 5 pounds...25c Eating Apples, per box.. Plums, per crate..........75c Dates, per package .......100 Cheese, per pound .........20c AT Wholesale Prices I am selling for five different sawmills and am able to Save you from to per tlioiiMaitd feet on the prices quoted by your local yards. Phone or write L R. J. Forster 626 10th Street South Phone 1793. ed, ed. bridge Council No. 1490, wiH celebrate I Columbus Day Celebrate Columbus Tbe Knights of Columbus, Leth- evening, at an "at to be given in the Knights of Pythias hall, for which invitations have been issued. Cards and dancing will occuy the evening. per Pair FORD For .thcNdumble.Sale In reply to numerous enquiries, Us committee of the Red Cross Society desire tp state that all such articles as home-made preserves, picklso, tied vegetables, etc., will be welcomed for the auction jumble sale on Saturday next. 'A variety of goods have already been received and promised, including jewelry, needle- work, china, 'hags of potatoes, boxes of candies, pictures nod books. Pro- iab'ly some patriotic farmers would lonate a head or two of poultry. Pigs, sows or horses will be thankfully ac- cepted. are Invited to send n items of starch that could be turn- ed into money, As it was decided at he annual meeting not to canvass for unds for Red Cross purposes for the iresent, to the pressing demand or money for the -Patriotic Fund, the led Cross committee urgently appeal o the public to make this auction sale a huge success by contributing un- stintihgly any articles that .can be con- erted into cash.. ._________ LOOKING AFTER CONVALESCENT'S Ottawa, Ont., Oct. has already been made by the military hospital and convalescent homes com- mission, under the chairmanship of lion. Air. for the accommo- dation in eleven, convalescent homes throughout Canada of gome 600 invai- j ided soldiers. Before the winter is 'over, it fs estimated that some 2000 men will have been looked after ny the commission and taken ,care of after their arrival in Canada until discharged from tbe service by the military medical boards. So. far as the commission haa' been able to do It, every invalided stfldier who has BO far returned has been .looked after. In any caae where a returning aol- Idier has not been placed fh a conval- escent it is.because he has not applied for such a ,convenience, or tbe commijsioB HI ben. ablo to find him, Missionary from rChina Speaks The address of Rev. T. W. Dateman, in Wealoy church last Sunday morn- ing was a memorable one. He pre- sented a new side of the life of China, showing the superiority of the bet- ter class to the Japanese. The Con- fucian Chinese have brought their re- ligious ideals into their actual 'rife and character, and judge Christianity by the extent to which its principles are exemplified by tnose who come from Christian lands. Mr. Bateman saysrtlie first necessity is the Christ- ianizing of life at home. The late Sir Sanford Fleming left an estate valued at Dont Ao home withottt Always Sweet Quaker Bread Uniformly Good I Baker PHONBS 378 1017 Norman Noehmer, of Berlin, ex- pired suddenly in his 41st year.. Lorne A. Bcdy, .Mary.'i, has purchased Teles- cope. __________ Touring Car Add freight to these Your neighbour drives one, why don't you? THE FORD GARAGE VIRTUE Srd AVE. S. PHONE ;