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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor lest a day hotel in Alberto When kneading dough The dough you need is Quince Makes Delicious Jams and Jellies Those who lutve preserved this Fruit other rears tire placing orders this year. Now is the lime to put up this Fruit as the season is short. We have a shipment just in: Price 2 Ibs for 25C 54.50 Another ol of Extra Fine B. C. Snow Apples just in: No. Is. price per ease... 2s> lier CiiSC- -52.25 Xext week we have a car of Washington Apples coming in, consist- ing of Jonathans. IV signers and .Koman .Beauties. _ __ office: THE GOOD CO. Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES rhone 525 QUAKER BREAD WHOLESOME We can do Xo tiling More to Make QUAKER BREAD BETTER THAN IT IS GILMORE, Phones Guard Orders The Home Guard will meet on Mon- llay nisht. with rifles in front of the Chinook club, at S p.m. sharp. The Lethbridse Pipe Band, under the di- rection of Pipe-Major Horn, vfiH lend the Guard on a route march, at S.ln p.m. Every member is requested to be present. The Home Guard executive -mil meet on night, at S p.m., in the strangers' room, at tho Chinook The Home Guard headquarters and rifle ran-e adjoining the city po'iice station Second avenue South is now ooen every evening tor all acme and honorary members, and also to the drivers of the automobile squad- ron You are invited to call and prac- tice rifle shooting. By Order, OFFICER COMMANDING. Open Close' 1.02 1.03J- 1.00 1.001- ST'. 97i 1.03} SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, -Man.. Oct. and closing prices on the grain ex- chaases today were Oct.................... Nov.................... Dec..................... May Oct.................... Nov.................... Dec.................... Mar I Dec For The Farm For a long time we have been catering to the Farmer's trade. car.y an unusual line of STOCK REMEDIES POULTRY SUPPLIES and other goods that are es- pecially needed on the farm at this season. We urge our coun- try customers to make full use of our PARCEL POST SERVICE Just Phone or Mail Your Orders The Red Cross Drug Bcok Co., Limited CITY AND DISTRICT "Y" Campaign Opens The committee iipyolnted to look in- to the Y.M.C.A. affairs met last night and oiit'lined a definite plan for a campaign to raise funds and now members. The various districts were alloted to different members, and it is understood that the work will be commenced at once. i.03J- 41J 38 37-5 40i- WINNIPEG- CASH PRICES 1 Nor................... 1.63 1.63 1.61 Hiah School Literary The Lethbridge High School Liter- ary society met last night in their first regular meeting of the year to the Central School Auditorium. A large turn-out at the members were present, and the meeting was highly successful. The meeting was for the purpose uf entertaining and weleom- ing the Grade IX. pupils. The even- Ing.-was occupied pleasantly with-a number of zames and a good program and refreshments at the close. The special features of the program were the address on "Canada's Part in the by W. A. Buchanan, M.P.; a speech by Alice Bardie, who won the Coanaught. scholarship in Alberta last No. _----- No. 2 Nor. No. 3 Nor. I No. 1 Nor. No. a Nor. I No. 6 Nor. year, and an address by Walked Dun- ham on "My Ancestors." The pro-: gramme was as follows: Presidential j 3 Q speech, Miss K. McPb.ee; selection i 3 c yv. from orchestra; speech, Mr. W. A. Buchanan, .M.P.; minutes cf last meet-{ 3 ins; niano solo, Miss Aileen Jones; j 4 speech, Alice Hardie; song, Frances' Virtue; recitation, Ruth Inman: piano duet, Marjorie Higinbotham and Kath- leen Terrnl: speech, "My Walter Dunham; recitation, Sibyl Mc- BORN Oct. 14th, to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Castles, 918 10th Street. May South. a son. Feeri Flax- No. 1 N. W. C.......... No 2 C. W................. CHICAGO WHEAT Dec............................ 1.083- Mav 1-09B MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT 1.04 1.02 09 931 88" 83 1.03 1.60 1.08J j 1.09l! Are Ydu Insured A. policy against colds, coughs, hoarseness, pneumonia and oth- er throat and lung troubles can be purchased at our drug store Cor 50 cents. We call our policy HIGINBCTHAM'S PULMONlCjSYRUP It hns been in force for fifty years and has paid every claim made upon it. i If you are insured ''by carrying our policy it will pay your claim also, for it is a -good cough ayrup, the hest we can and vre have made it for fifty vears. Keep a .bottle in the take some at the very first sign of a. protect is much easier than cure. 25c, 50c and The Store Should Have Been 5 Per Cent. In yesterday's Herald, it was an- nounced that Mr. Allison, the photo- grapher, would give "50 per cent." of his gross receipts till the end of the year to the Patriotic Fund. This was an error, and shou'id have read "5 per cent." Mr. Allison states that, he will divide his donation between the Pat- riotic Fund and the Daughters of the Empire. Two Teams of Debaters The prospectus for the provincial debating league lias arrived at the lo- cal High school, and from indications .Lethbridge High school will be repre- sented by two teams this to de- fend their Title as ho'iders of the Rutherford Gun. which was won last yrar. The subjects for debate are impliiicd Spelling" and the "Can- adian Navy." The persone'il of the teams are not yet known. just how good a cook you are, unless you have used WEEK-END SPECIALS E. J. T1CKNER OF QUALITY AND GOOD SERVICE. PHONE 364. 204 13th STREET SOUTH pound .......20c Rogers' pounds.. .15c Tomatoes; large cans, 3 for 35c Peas; per can .............10c Corn; per can .............10c Beans; per can ............10c WITH EVERY CASH ORDER WE WILL SELL 20 POUND SACK B. C. SUGAR FOR Apples; 5 pounds for Oranges; per dozen Lemons; per dozen Ham; per pound Raw Ham, sliced, pound Bacon, Premium, pound ..250 ..35o ..300 ..35c ..30o ..32c 1.01J 1.05 High School Girls Knit I The High school has taken up knit- l.OH ting for the soldiers, and a class has 1.051 been formed, and will be under, the Subjects for Wesley During the remainder of the month, the Rev. G. H. Cobhlediclt. pastor of Wesley church, will preach on specia'. subjects on Sunday evenings. His subject tomorrow evening will be, "Is There a Sunday, October ,24, "How to Spell with or without the and Sunday, Octo- ber 31, special song service by the choir under the direction of Mr. i Claude Hughes. Retlaw Lady's Death Mrs. Edward Wright, wife of Ed- ward Wright, a farmer, living in the Retlaw district, died suddenly at the residence on Wednesday. The de- ceased lady was 38 years of age, and, besides her husband, leaves a family of three children to mourn her loss. The family is well known in that dis- i trict, having lived there for eight 'years where they settled on moving jhere from Washington. The funeral 1 wil'i be held on Monday from the resi- 'dence to the Taber Roman Catholic church. Interment in the Taber cem- etery. Rally Day at St. Cyprian's Tomorrow is celebrated throughout the Anglican Church in Canada as "Children's and Hev. Canon McMIHen will preach special sermons at St Cyprian's Church relative to our duty to our children. The an-1 aual "Rally Day" of the Sunday I school will a'iso be observed, and ev-1 cry scholar of St. Cyprian's is asked, to turn out. This injunction applies Miners Wanted 50 Machine Men, Loaders and Drivers Lethbridge Collieries, Kipp Canadian Coal and Coke Co. LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calvary __ Hogs, 59.00 steers, {5.8546.00 cows, S5.iO-S5.50 belt- ers, So.50-55.60. Chicago-Hogs, S8.25-S8.35 Cattle, LOCAL MARKETS instruction of Mrs. R. H. Dobson. Ab- out sixty girls have joined, and the first meeting was held this afternoon in the Central school auditorium. T. and L. Council Sends Tobacco The Trades and Labor Council ask that relatives of Lethbridge men who arc actually at the front, send the names of the men to Secretary Mor- ris, in order that tobacco- and cigar- LOCAL CHAIN Wagon lots: PRICES 31 K, 136 861- 35J 45 HO HAY Furniture Furniture We just unloaded a car full of bargains. If you are in need of any Household Goods WE CAN GIVE YOU SOME VERY GOOD INDUCEMENTS. Call and lee us and we both will make money. City Second-Hand Store 406 FIFTH STREET SOUTH. Oats Flax................ Track prices; Wheat..................... Oats Barley Flax BUYING PRICE FOR No. 1 timothy baled, ton No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton...... No. 1 Bluejoint.......... BUYING PRICES BU FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per cwt., Keets, per cwt., Turnips, per cwt., 75c. New potatoes, per ton, to Parsnips, per cwt. U.50. per cwt., 7oc. to JI.uu. Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, 5-5JC. Fat cows, 4i-5c. killing wethers, killing cwcs, bjc. Select hogs, 150-250 Ibs., Live poultry springers, IGc. !b. Number 1 fowl, Dressed 12 to lac. Fresh gathered eggs, 30c. doz. No. 1 Farmers' dairy nutter, 25C. BUSINESS LOCALS The Ancient Order of Foresters will bold a Whist Drive in the Oddfellows Hall, Monday, Oct. 18th, at 8.46 -J i Bhurp. Tickets 25 cents. also to the Bibles classes. At S.30 a.m. tomorrow morning, the Sunday school teachers will take corporate commun- ion. Farewell Dance at Coalhurst A very enjoyable dance was held in Percivai's picture hall, Coalhurst, on Friday evening, the 15th inst., the ob- ject'being to give a pleasant send-off, to over a dozen miners who have vol- serve their King anil Country, and who are leaving the sent out bv "the Council'camp on Monday next. Previous to the resolution introduced at the, recording secretary, .werp erations, was rescinded. The Flavor of This Bread Is Delicious It has that Sweet Nutty Taste that tvlakes Children Model Bakery Bread -Is pure and nutritious. It is made by machinery which ensures that utmost cleanliness. The proof Is in the eating. N. J. SCHWEITZER, 1175 Elderly people should use Rexall Orderlies. They are a perfect and i mild laxative. Sold only by J. D. Hig- ed recording secretary for the local, in Mr. Chambers' place. milu ia.Aa.iivt'. "j >Y inbotham Co., Ltd., druggists, The 10.25 I nexall Store, lOc, 25c, ft 50e. boxes. Policeman Suicides Pasteurized and Carefully Handled The Crystal OairyCo, PHONE 1576. Back to England New York, Oct. IC.-Lo'rd Reading, chairman of ths Anglo-Tfrcndi com- mission and two of his associates, Sir Henry Babington Smith and Sir sailed for Liverpool today on the American liner St. Louis. Negro Hanged Murphysboro, 111., Oct. De- berry, negro, whs hanged at 1.30 this morning for the murder oi Mrs. .1. H. Martin. A great crowd oi siders thronged' the town and thousand persons were within to witness the execution. out- two iice at SufTicld committed suicide hy TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS The murder case at Kumonton in which Stanley Woolard was charged with sending poisoned "_____ through the mails and causing the; .death of Ralph Kowler, ended in an i acquittal. David M. liaird, .1 clcrK in the Mol- son's Bank, Winnipeg, is dead from ai bullet wound supposed to have been j inflicted Allan Cfillies, proprietor of the Lindsay Warder and formerly of Stratford, and 0. Hall, a Lind- say barber, were drowned in Stur- geon Lake. o and the anniversary celebration will lake place on their next meeting, Thursday, October 28, when it is ex- pected that every Forester anil his family will attend. An excellent pro- has been arranged, with follow. RUBBER STAMPS Made In Lethbridge by tho Herald Job Department. Phone 1262. ST. MARY'S W. A. WILL HOLD A WhistDrive IN THE PARISH HALL ON ThursdayEvening OCTOBER 21st. Midland Section Bradford 1, Leicester 2. Leeds 7, Barnsley 1... Derby o, Bradford City 2. Hull 1, Notts Forest 3. Lincoln 1, drlmsby 0. Notts County 1, Hudderafield 1, Sheffield Wednesday 0, SheHiola Jnited 0. Lancashire Section Burnley 5, Blackpool 2. liolton Wanderers 3, Bverton i. Manchester City 2, Oldbam AthlotU Stookporl 0, Bury 2. Liverpool 2, Rochdale 2. Preston 0. Manchester United 0, Stoke 2, Southport 0. London Combination Brentford 1, Watford 2, West Hani 5, Clapton 2. TuUeiiliaiii 3, 1. Cryalnl Palace 1, Queen's Po.rtc gcrs 0. MillwnJI.l. "noydon 1. ;