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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor East a day hotel in Mtarta Taylor Made Flour Alberta" and "Mother's Favorite" Your Money Back in Flour Values Concord Grapes and Snow Apples ANOTHER LARGE SHIPMENT JUST RECEIVED AND WE EXPECT THIS WILL BE THE LAST THIS SEASON. PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW. 1 s _ ,__, f-ui.'wv this .....................25c CO.VCORD 'basket...........10c basket ............40o SXOVY Is, per case SNOW 2s, per case SWEET pounds for .........25c for CRAB tills 7 pounds for BUHBARD pound ............1c Office: Fhorel271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 It's No Secret! Those who use it know Model Bakery Bread is superior in every detail Do You Know It? N. J. SCHWEITZER, PROP. Phone 1175. Another Big Beit beet -.veishiug pounds ar- rived at the Herald office this morn- !lne: by express with a curt note at- tached. "I think this beats beets." A letter from Mr. i Harris explained that the beet was grown on his farm in the Ronolane district north of Bow Island, Mr. Harris says, "Don't send this beet back as we have lots of them here." The last -weighed 13% pounds which is considerately outclassed fry this The How-ell Harris country evidently has some large crops and phenomenal yields. Wanti Taxes Back the city charter was being printed several years ago. a portion was, through some mistake, omitted in that part describing the city boun- daries, and as a consequence a cer- tain portion of the north ward was left out. The city, however, went on making improvements in this partic- nlar Quarter without knowing of the omission in the charter, and residents there were tixc-d according to the im- provements. Now R. Wilson, one these residents. Is asking the com- missioners for a rebate ot tases he paid. The commissioners this morning received and filed the letter, taking no further action. Guard Regimental Orders J The Home Guard will meet on Mon- day nighl, with rides in front of the Chinook club, at S p.m. sharp. The Lethbridge Pipe Band, under the di- rection of Pipe-Major Horn, will lead the Guard on 11 route march, at S.15 p.m. Every member is requested to be present.' The Home Guard executive will meet on Wednesday night, at S p.m., in the strangers' room, at the Chinook club. The Home Guard headquarters and rifle range adjoining the city police station on Second avenue South is I now onen every evening for all active 'and honorary members, and also to the drivers of the automobile squad- ron. You are invited to call and prac- your tice rifle shooting. By Order, OFFICER COMMANDING. For The Farm For a long time wo have been catering to the Farmer's trade. We carry 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 Fhone or Mail Your Orders The Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited CITY AND DISTRICT Canadian Patriotic Fund The hon. treasurer. R. J. R. Pater- son, begs to acknowledge the receipt of the following sums donated to the above fund: Air. G. A. Jlagrath. Ot- tawa, 5100.00; Mrs. F. D. Shaw, S10.00, and Miss E. McCummin, Grassy Lake, 55.00. Madame Bishop at Majestic Tile noted American soprano, Mad- amo Johnstone Bishop will appear at the Majestic Theatre tomorrow night, Tuesday, October 19, and 'will be heard in a most comprehensive recital. Madame Bishop is donating tho entire proceeds of her concerts to the Wounded Soldiers' Fund. Reserved seats for the concert are now selling at Hedley's. MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Oct. IS.-Oreaing and prices on the grain exchanges Open Close i.OH 99J "98} 37i 9W. 1.02f today were Oct. Nov................... Dec................... Mar O'ats- Oct................... Mov................... Dec................... May Oct.......... Nov................... Dec................... 431 39-} 3S -10 1.61 1.61 1.61 1.0.0} 4Ui 3St 36J 381 1.63 i 1.65 1.63 The- valne of the Dardanelles opera- tions wiH be discussed in the British House of Commons this week. WINNIPEG- CASH PRICES in TUC PITV pininniiro IN I fit bill bnununto In this Column Will be Published Every Moncay Church Announce. mentor the Coming Week. Notice, for Thii Column Should Reach this office not later than 10 a.m. Monday. Announcement, of Enter- lainmenu for which Admission Is Charged will not, of course, be accept, ed for this column. At K.-.o-! Fetterly and Mrs. Stacey will meet The regular prayer meeting will he for .seeing in the Red Cross rooms, nn Wednesday evening at eight Acadia Block. i, i The subject for the mid-week pray- Thfchoir Trill meet for practice on' er service next Wednesday will be, Thursdaj evening in the future to- j "The Great Supper and The Wedding Dec. ot Friday. wjll practice on At SL Andrew's evening at eieht o'clock. Dec. A meeting ol the teachers and ol-i jjexfr'Sunday morning the Rev. H. fleers of the Sunday school is called jj. jjarrs, provincial secretary oi the Canadian Bible Society, will No. 1 Nor. No. 2 Nor................... Nn. 3 Nor................... No. i Nor................... No. a Nor................... No 6 Nor. Feed Oats- No. 2 C. W................. No. 3 0. W................, Extra No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed Barley- No. 3 No. 4 Feed Flax- No. 1 N. W. C........... No. 2 C. W................. CHICAGO WHEAT I'.OS l-os) -MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT 1.01 1.05 1.00 S8 9il 90" 85 80 75 41} 39} 88} 3SJ 1.65 1.62 Are You Insured A policy against colds, coughs, hoarseness, pneumonia and oth- er throat and King troubles can bo purchased at our drug store tor 50 cents. We call our policy HIGINBOTHAM'S PULMONIC SYRUP It has been in force for fifty years and has paid every claim made upon it. if you are insured by carrying our policy it will pay your claim also, for it is a good cough syrup, the best we can make, und we have made it for fifty Keep a ijottle in the house- take some at the very first sign of a will protect is much easier than cure. 25c, 5Qc and Store for tonight at 7.30 in.the manse. The Senior Christian Endeavor so- will meet on Tuesday evening at 7.30 in .the church. The Organized Bible speak, and in the evening Rev. Mr. meet, on: Wednesday evening at o'clock. Choir practice us usual on Friday evening at 8. At Wesley The Epworth League will have a meet ng oi story and song tonight at eight o'clock. The meeting is Cobbledick will speak on "How Spell Devil, With or Without -ill i ,D i, At Westminster Westminster lull announcements ap- pear in another part of this issue. At St. Cvcrian's The Junior Brotherhood oi St. Andrew's will meet in the Parish room of the church on Thursday ev- ening at 7.45. LIVESTOCK PRICES SATURDAY HOES iCitile Covs Heiff.rs Bolted After Enlisting .T. O'Brien escaped a thirty-day sen tence at the hand's of Police Magis- trate FJ'ton some days ago on the pro- wise that he was going to enlist. He did enlist. He signed up with tho 8'Jml, but later mysteriously left th- opposite way to that taken by the other members of the S2nd. however. to- town, and city po- K'.tOTl ordered hini of the Sfnd sen in not v.-snt him, IK l'.iz sentence of 30 charge of: the missionary department i The regular service of intercession oi the league. will he held on Wednesday evening Ht On Tuesday afternoon the sections g o'clock as usual. LOCAL MARKETS Grateful to Minstrels The Lethbridge branch of the Can- adian Patriotic Fund has reason to bo very grateful to the Columbia Min- strels. This organization, as a re- sult of the two nights' entertainment provided recently handed over to the fund 5190. At a recent meeting of the loca'l branch a hearty vote of thanks was extended to the minstrels for their thoughtfulness in holding the en- tertainment la behalf of this patriotic ;ause. Shaken Up Some A. H. Dieseth, manager of the Citi- '.ens Lumber Co., and Sam Larson were given a good shaking up Friday afternoon, when an auto collided with the rig in which they were driving. The accident as due to tho fact that the wind shield on the auto was dirty, I and the driver was facing the sun, and j when the car swung around into Tenth street off Third avenue, it struck the rig. The car was not dam- aged. Calgary Divine Here Rev. J. P. Westman of Calgary is spending a week in the city, the guest of Westminster church. Mr. West- man spoke at both morning and even- ins service yesterday. A splendid i gathering greeted him at the morning service, and in the evening the church l was packed. The Impression created at both services was profound. Mr. j Westman has a way of presenting old j Gospel truths that is new, strengthen- In.; and stimulating, and many were the expressions of deep appreciation i at his addresses. Mr. Westman will speak each evening at S p.m. in West- minster church, and no one should miss this rare opportunity ot hearing him Song service each evening at 7.45. Next Sunday Specials' There is to be a combination of special events in the city nest Sun-, dav Not only is there to he the church parade of Australian cadets, "but the Hev. H. D. Marr, B.A., is to speak on the work oi the Canadian Bible Society at Wesley church m the morning and at Knox church in the evening. At the same time the Rev. C H. Hucstis, M.A., is to represent the Lord's Day Alliance, speaking at St Andrew's in the morning and at the First. Baptist church in the ev- "niiK1- On the Monday night there is to lie a public gat e'ring in Wesley Hall where Mr. JIatrs will give a 'm vcrv interr-sting lantern lecture. The Yo'in" People's Societies incluued m the iJthtjridgc Young People's Chris- Grocer will Supply on the next sack of Flour you buy E. J. TICKNER STORE OF QUALITY AND GOOD SERVICE. PHONE 364. 204 13th STREET. SOUTH Sunlight Soap 11 'bars for Lifebuoy Soap 11 tors for Golden West Soap 2 boxes for Royal Crown Soap 2 boxes for Gold Dust Washing Pdr. 2 packages for Golden West Wash Pdr. 2 packages for 50c 50c 45c 45c 45c Pearltne 3 packages for Soapade Per package 3 packages for Old Dutch 3 tins for Panshine 3 tins for.......... Liquid Veneer Per bottle, U5c and.. 25c lOc 25c 25c 25c 50c A Crowning Succo is QUAKER BREAD UNIFORMLY GOOD SWEET LIGHT WHOLESOME We can do Nothing More to Make QUAKER BREAD BETTER THAN IT IS GILMORE, Phones378 1027 oi ,ths Wesley Ladies' under Mrs. LUMBER AT Wholesale Prices I am Belling for five different sawmills and am able to Save you from to per thousand feet on the prices quoted 'by your local yards. ___T-___ Phone or write L R. J Forster 10th Street South Wiorw 1783. Ltthbrldgt At St. Mary's The regular service oi intercession will be held on Wednesday evening at eieht o'clock. At St- Aucustin'B There will be a meeting of the men oi St. August-inJs congregation in St. Augustin's Hall 'tonight at 8.30. At The mid-week prayer service will he helld on Wednesday .evening as usual at eight o'clock. j The usuai choir practice will he held on Friday evening at 5 o'clock. The Christian Endeavor Society will meet tosight in the church at ,8 o'clock. The regular mid-week prayer meet- ing will be" held on Wednesday even- ing at eight o'clock. The Ladies' Aid Society will meet- in lie church on Tuesday afternoon at 2.30. LOCAL GRAIN Whsal Oats Flax Track Wheat Oats Barley Flax BUYIt-.G ror. Xo. 1 timothy haled, ton No. I alfalfa, baled, ton .No. 1 Biuejoint........ BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per cwt., Bfet.s, per cwt., SI.00. Turnips, per cwt., 75c. New potatoes, par ton, to S12. Parsnips, per cwt. per cwt., 75c. to Livastock and Poultry Choice steers, Fat cows, -ii-5c. Sheep-Choice killing wethers, 6J. kllliuc ewes, djc. Select hogs, 150-250 Ibs., 8V4c. lecially calling attention to some of the most familiar. The hon- ir.t; ij-junui-iiifii' .._ ,-oir jTsglf which is most beautiful, tian Union will rally their forces at k' d ift the Sunday Uiis meeting, so that it ought to be la "lu lu quite an inspiring occasion. Westminster Rally Day Yesterday afternoon saw the Rally Day Service Sunday school. The _ year, as in past years, was The prevailing spirit of the day, that of recruiting, was taken, and a mili- tary cast was given to the entire pro- gramme. Tile church was tastily dec- orated with bunting, Union Jacks, the (lugs of the allies and also two beau- tiful national Chinese llaes. Different military calls "Were played by Bugler Wilson of the cadets. At 2.45 "Fall j In" was sounded and the congfega- Uion rose and sang "God Save the iKIng" and "God Save our Men.' i Prayer followed by W. Westcott. Two sweet choruses were rendered by the Beginners department and the Prim- ary department of tho Sunday school iiuui artist, Mr. Hall. The report of the day followed, showing an attendance of -125. This is the record attendance of the Sun- iw uie mi day school. The two Victoria Crossed, Wpqtminitcr presented to the boy and girl that program ?h" I brought in the largest number of unique crufls and visitors, were won fay Jliss Ruth Matson for the girls and Master Arthur Mclh-ena for the Iboyc. The V. C.'s were in the form of a hlble, and the presentation wns made by A Bow Island Death William Adair, father of Alfred E. Adalr, of Bow Island, died at the j Jledfcine Hat hospital on Friday last, i Oct. 8. after lying there ill for over two weeks. The deceased was born in Orangeviile, Ont., in 1842 and was therefore 73 years of. age. In addl- {tion to his wife he leaves to mourn his ioas two sons and two daughters, ivlz.; Alfred E. Adair of Bow Island, and .Tnhn.E. Adair, Mrs. George Hart !and 'Mrs. Cora Jellett, the three latter living at Whit-la, where the deceased The Ancient Order of Foresters will i with his wife also resided. The fun- hold a Whist Drive In the OddteliowB! era] place at Bow Island on Sun- Hall, Monday, Oct. 8.45) dw Oct. Uland llsylew. sharp. Tickets 25 Live poultry springers, 16c. Ib. Number 1 Ipwl, 12Jc. Dressed 12 to I5c. Fresh gathered eggs, 35c. dpz. No. 1 Farmers' dairy butter, 26c. BUSINESS LOCALS Money BY RETURN MAIL For Cream We can handle more Cream, aud will pay cash at once for every shipment. Crystal Dairy Co. 13th St. South, Lethbridge. PHONE 1676. Mr" Alexander Sr., a veteran of the Fenian Raid of '66. Mr. Alexander wore Ills medal and in fitting words niade the presentation. Saluting of the flag led by H. H. Bruce, and the most successful rally day ser- vice by Westminster Methodist Church, which was in charge of the pastor, Rev. J. B. Francis, came to a ST. MARY'S W. A. WILU HOLD A Whist Drive IN THE PARISH HAUL ON ThursdayEvening OCTOBER 21st. Women troubled with constipation 3d Orderlies far superior to uie usual .harsh purgative. Sold only by J. D. Co., Limited, The Rexall Store, lOc, 26c and 50c W. A. Buchanan, M.P., gave a short find Roxall Orderlies far superior to address on "Recruiting for King and th Country." Rev. .1. P. Westman spoke on "Recruiting for our Church" and "Recruiting for Jesus Christ." Miss Ada Hail rendered the "Veteran's Song" in a most effective way. The Sunday school orchestra also gave a selection. One of the interesting events on the program was the un- veiling of a "Roll of contain- ing 25 names of men who have gons from the church and Sunday school to uphold the honors of King and Coun-! try. Tho honor roll was tastily dec-' orated with a Union Jack. This was I removed by little Iris Grysdale, the: 3-year-old daughter of Jas. Grysdale; whose name- appears on the roll, and i who is now in training in Calgary. Dr. .R. B, Thompaon spoke to' the; occasion, reading tho list of names, Will Be Cofflnenclng TLmorrow MONUMENTS Headstones and Crosses of every description in ado to order. Got our prices and SEE OUR WORK BEFORE YOU ___ BUY. Lethbridge Monumental and Cut Stone-Works ;