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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE HERALD JONATHAN APPLES Wo have just unloaded n car of Extra Fine Washington Apples, mostly Jonathans, with somo Wagners and Roman Beauties. The Jonathans, aro extra lino for present use. No. Is, price per case.. 2s> Pricc Per cas0'' A FEW LINES THAT s'HOULD INTEREST YOU: Quince, lor preserving or of the sea- Ontario Pure White Clover stock sou. S pounds for .....'...............25c just in. sealers. .40c Price per large case 0 pound tins, each ALL NEXT as advertised Thursday and Friday at Special Prices, with the excep. tion of Sugar. THE GOOD GO. Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 ARSH SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Oct. and closoing prices on the local grain exchange today were as follows: Flavor of This Bread Is Delicious It has that Sweet Nutty Taste that Makes Children pure and nutritious.. It is made by machinery Tvhich ensures that utmost cleanliness. The proof is in the eating. N. J. Open i October.......... 97 November........ I December........ 92H Way............ 9714 Oats- October 40U November 37% December 35Vi Mar............ 3SK Barley- October.......... November........ FlEK October.......... 162% November........ 162 December........ May............ Closing Cash Prices Wheat- No, i-Northern Xo. 2 Northern.......... No. 3 Northern.......... No. 4 Northern.......... No. 5 Northern.......; No. 6 Northern Feed..............-....... No. 2 C. W..............- No. 3 C. W............... Ex. No. 1 Feed.......... No. 1 Feed............... No. 2 Barley- No. 3.................. No. 4.................. Flax- No. 1 N. W. C............. No. C. W.......... Chicago Wheat December 99% Hay 102 Minneapolis Wheat December........ May............ Close 95% 3SK iio 59 !4 165% 9514 90 85% say- 36% 35 K 34 Vt 61 50% 162 159 97% 100% 92% Autumn Stationery You probably -would not take a trip in our last spring's gown Styles change in stationery as they do in don't send out letters on anything but up- to-date paper. Our fall stock represents all that is latest and best in qual- ity, texture, tint or design. The line includes Bulk Papers, Box Stationery, and Tablets with Envelopes to Match. The papers will please and the prices, too. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited CITY AND DISTRICT Alberta Lord's Day Alliance The. Rev, C. H. Huestls, M.A., will pay his annual visit to Lethbridge to- morrow, and will speak at St. An- drew's in the morning and at the First Baptist church in the evening. Free Portraits A. E. Smith, the photographer, is issuing an announcement to members of the" 39th Battery, that no charge he madfi for an up-to-date por- trait for any who care to have a sit- ting. Welcome Returned Soldier The Kentishmeh's association of the city are giving a welcome to Private George Lee of the Tenth Battalion, who recently returned to the city from the front, on Monday, in St. Mary's hall. The members of the Sons of England will also be guests of the evening. Hotel Windsor Bsst 31.25 a in Siberia You Don't ''just how good a cook you arc, unless you have used KEEP BABY WELL! BUY PURE SANITARY Crystal Ltd. Phone 1576 BORN and Mrs. A. Penn, on October 21st, a son. FOR runabout in per- fect condition. Apply Box 823, City.! There are said to be eight hundred uses for the palmyra palm, which grows .throughout tropical India- FliiT mAing possible the effective soldering oi aluminum and its alloys has invented in Germany. Constipation causes mental and physical Buffering. Rexall Orderlies gentle relieve constipation. Sold only by J. D. UEiotham Ltd., The Rexail Store, Ida, 25c and 50c vertisement. WANTED 200 'QABS NO. ONE POTATOES White preferred. Sacked f. o. b. Letli- hriclge. Wire Quotations Quick! ..Westminster Methodist Church Opening Session Of The Season "REV. J. P. WESTMAN (Of Calgary) "HOW MEN Opening Session. Offering. At 11 a.m. Mr. Westman speaks on EZEKILL'S THUNDERSTORM and at 7.30 on "AUR MARCHING ORDERS" A Hearty Welcome For All. LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY S9.10-S9.35 steers, S5.S5-J6.35 heiiers, S5.25; cows, S6.85-J7.80 cattle, J6.00-S10.50. LOCALJARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Car lots: Wheat............... WH Oats 25% Barley................... 47 Flax.............-.. 142 Wagon lots: Wheat'..'................ 73 Oats.....: 28 Barley.....: 42% Flax........-.......... 133 BUYING PRICE FOP. HAY No. 1 timothy baled, ton 10.25 No i a'falfa. baled, ton...... S.25 No. 1 Bluejolnt PHICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per Ecets, per cwt., Turnips, per cwt., 75c. New potatoes, per ton. .510 to 512. Parsnips, per cwt. Cabbage, per cwt., 75c. to Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, 5J-5JC. Fat cows, -H-5c. killing wethers, 6J. killing ewes, SJc. Select hogs, 150-250 Ibs., Live poultry, springers, 16c. ft. 1 fowl, 12Jc. -Drsssed 12 to. 15e. Fresh gathered eggs, 35c. doz. No. 1 Farmers' dairy butter, 26c. The House Galvert C-alvert's Dentifrice (liquid) Calvert's Tooth pgwder CoIvBrt's Tooth Paste .Tubes) Calvert's Tooth Paste (Jars) Tooth Soap7 (3 Caivert's Toilet "Soap (carbolic) Calvert's Toilet Glycerine (carbolic) Calvert's Shaving Soap (sticks) Calvert's Fuller's Earth (packets) Calvert's Carbolic." Ointment We have just received a full line of the many preparations made toy this well known firm of Carbolic Acid Manufacturers of Manchester, England. The Store Resignations and Retirements Among the "resignations and re- chronicled in the last is- sue of the ..Alberta Gazette appear the following; Robert A. Wynn of Coutt.s, justice of the peace; S. 3. Scott of Nan ton; sheriff's bailiff, and Edward N. Barker of Cardston, justice of the yeace. E. J. TICKNER STORE OF QUALITY AND GOOD SERVICE. PHONE 3B4r; 201 13th STREET SOUTH Saturday Specials Jellies; assorted; 4pkgs...25c Custard Powder; Holbrooke's; 2 for....................25c Corn Starch; 3 pkgs Icings; assorted; 2 pkgs ..25c 3 pkgs 1 SPECIALS 3 Iba. Creamery .Ibi, Sultanas; 2 pkgE Mince Meat; 2 pkgs Quick Tapioca; 2 pkgs Quick Qustard; 2 pkgs Cocoanut; per pound Apples; 5 pounds for Apples; per box ....25o ___25c ....25c ....25C ,...25c .51.85 Sugar for Winnipeg. Major Bruce Fowler, Victoria, B. whose name appeared in the list of Canadian casualties this week, was once a well known resident of Brandon, Edmonton and Calvary and western points. He isiatjeweller. NOTICED To The Members of 39th !Battertv On and after October S5th, every member of the above battery will be welcome at my studio, to sit for a high class portrait, any style. ABSOLUTELY FREE Don't fail to take advantage of this offer. A. EVLYN SMITH HIGH CLASS PORTRAITURE Studio 906 Third Avenue's. Next to Baptlit Church New Branch Store The Hayr Hardware Co. ed a branch store at the McKeown Hardware Co.'s old stand at the cor- ner of Fifth street and Fourth avenue, where they have moved certain, de- partments of their store. H. Collier has joined the and will be at the new store. Presented With Watch A very pleasant affair took place at the .offices of the Scott Fr.uit Co. at noon today, when C. E. Sydal was presented with a wrist watch br the members of the staff, and travellers. Jir. Sydal has been connected with the firm for in the capac- ity of accountant. He recently enlist ed with the 39th. Battery, C.E.F. Name Not Flask ..Through an error in receiving the j name over the telephone, the name of the man about whom information is asked by the Mounted Police, was mistaken for Flack, instead of Slack. Any information as to the whereabouts of John :Slack, an Englishman, about thirty years old, will be welcomed by the police. Facts on Tobaceo Fund n order to offset the effect of any wrong impressions which may have been circulated in an unauthorized manner, regarding administration of the Overseas Tobacco Fund, the following cable from Mr. Evelyn Wrench, hon. secretary and organizer of the being published: "The central committee of the Overseas club regret to hear to the unauthorized extravagances on the part-of their representative, Mr. Ar- thur Private, now recalled, .attacks have been made on the administration of the Overseas, Club Tobacco fund The facts'are as follows: For every 25 cents subscribed in Canada our fund sends to the men at the front 50 Canadian-'clgarettes and a packet of manufactured tobacco, both i'of sound quality, with no deduction I whatever .for expenses. The audited balance sheet for the past 12 months' work of the fund will he issued in j October." Banquet Walter Sinclair Walter Sinclair, who. has been In the employ of'the Good Co. almost ever since they started in business in Leihbridge, was given a pleasant sur- prise by the. company last night, when a banquet 'was 'tendered in Ms, honor at the Alexandra Hotel, as he is about to sever bis connection with the-firm to go into training with the 39th Battery. After the banquet- he was. presented with a military wrist I watch by the Good Co. aa a slight tok- j en of the esteem in which he was he'ld B. F. Bible Society Anniversary tbe management of the company. Tomorrow the HeV- .H. D.JIarr, B.' Mr. Good and the rest of A., will speak at in the: the staff were in order, in which Wai- morning, and at Kriox church .in the evening. On Monday night in Wesley 25th ANNIVERSARY Will .be celebrated .by the Can- adian Order of Foresters in the K. of P. Hall Next Thursday OCTOBER 28th At 8.30 p.m. Sharp A splendid program of Vocal And Instrumental solos, club 'swinging, magic and optical il- lusions. 'Address by the Provincial Organizer. Supper served after the en- tertainment. Every Forester and his fam- ily are attend with- out fail. ter was commended upon the stand he took in joining the colors and a Hall at 7.45, Mr. Harr will give a iec- hearty wish for his safe return was ture, illustrated hv lantern siiies oil' expressed by all, to which he express- "How ive got our Bibe." The Young icd, his appreciation in a few brief re- People's societies of the city will rally marks. His position is being held oh this occasion, and the lantern wlllJ for Jitm upon his' return from the be lent and manipuated by Commis- front. Mr. Lee was commended for sioner Held the very fine dinner put up. Home Guard Regimental Orders The Home Guard will assemble for drill In front of the head quarters' on Second avenue South on Monday ev- 7.30 sharp, -with rifles.. I This organization affords an .oppor- tunity of obtaining military Instruc- tion by business and professional man 'without Interfering with their occupa- tion. A large.turput.Is. .expected.. The executive committee wlK meet on Wednesday- 'evening at o'clock in the Strangers'-room at the Chinook Hy Order of OFFICER COMMANDING. Rich Yet Clean and Full of Aroma. is blended from selected hill-grown teas, famed for their fine llavoury qualities. Imitated yet never equalled. A Crowning Success is QUAKER BREAD UNIFORMLY GOOD SWEET LIGHT WHOLESOME We can do Nothing More to Make QUAKER BREAD BE1TER THAN IT IS GILMORE, KKER Phones ffi 1027 FURNACE TALK OW 18 THE TIME TO HAVE YOUR FURNACE BEFORE COLD WEATHER SETS IN. George R. Dixon Co. PHONE 1057. SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR. BOX 534 Opening of Men's Own Durlfig .the past two winters a pop- far men's, meeting: has been held-in Vestminsler Methodist church each Sunday- afternoon, at 4 p.m. The bought in this gathering is to bring he best thought of the day before he men'of our city by securing the most capable speakers .possible, and allowing a free discussion by the men on the topic presented. Kev. .T. .P. tt'estmon Calgary Is to give.the 6penlng1adress tomorrow. His subject. "How Men Are la one that will ..appeal, -___ BUSINESS, LOCALS Do not miss thr cWsol talk and 1m- model demonstihtion at Clarke Co., Monday at 2 p m. sharp. Mrs. McMichacl will sliow the beautiful Gossarc! models her talk n of real mtcrcit and to al! women. Opening Dajnce COALIMLE Tuesday, 26th October A Good Floor and Good (Music difl ;