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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor BestSUSadayhotslinllterta Taylor made is good bread policy "Pride of Alberta" and "Mother's Favorite' Our bonus a bigger loaf Jonathan Apples, Concord Grapes, Ripe Tomatoes, Quince and New Clover All In tine quality and at right prices. Concord 'Grapes, Tomatoe. and Quince are Ju.t ibout over for this year. If you want any place orders NOW. CONCORD lot in, 6'quart bas- kets. Price each WASHINGTON Jelly or Preserve: 2 pounds for Per largo case _ JONATHAN car to from Washlng- .ton last week.. Fine No. Is, per No. 2s, per 25c ONTARIO PURE CLOVER 5 pound pails, each.............. RIPE 11 quart baskets; Price SPECIALS ADVERTISED LAST THURSDAY AND FhlDAY ON SALE THIS WEEK. Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 525 Crystal Dairy Ltd. Phone 1576 Home Guard Regimental Orders MARKET TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES "Winnipeg, Man., Oct. and closing prices on the local grain exchange today were as follows: This organization affords an oppor- tunity of. obtaining military instruc- tion' by business and professional men without interfering with their occupa- tion. A. larse tunrat is expected. The executive committee wiH meet on "Wednesday evening at S o'clock in the Strangers' room aLthe Chinook club. By Order ol tie OFFICER CO5IMANDINO. Wheat- October November December May..... Oats- October November December .May..... 1 j October November Flax- October Open 9STs 42% 36% 39 December. May Wheat 16414 ___ 162 1ST Closing Cash Prices OPEN NOSTRILS! END A COLD OR CATARRH How To Get Belief Wken Head and Nose are Sinned Up. Nb.'l Northern No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern w. sc.w. Close 99% 9394 99 43 39% 6714 60H 165 162 167% 97% 85U Quick Action Laddies Brings Blaze Under Control Fire which broke out in the out- building owned by George W. 422 4th St. south) this afternoon, did considerable damage bcfpte il was brought under control, by the quick action oi the' file department. Hie fire had obtained some headway by the high wind which was prevalent, was a rather difficult one to fight. Other than dLStroying a few old out- buildings, the fence and damaging the stable, there was no other (lam- The origin of the fire was not known at the time of going to press. Banker Released j from Penitentiary To Go to Front Ottawa, OnL, Oct. the un- derstanding that he will at once en- iist for overseas service, John D. Mc- Kinnon, former manager of the Union Bank's branch in Hamilton, is to be released from Kingston Penitentiary, where he Is serving a three-year.term. This is the first case of a man being released from the 'penitentiary to go to the-front, but .the departmental of- ficials believe that the circumstances justify the action they have taken. The charge on which McKinnon was I convicted "'was1 the. embezzlement of several weeks ago. Fall Fiction All of the new books of fic- tion. come to us as soon as out. Our book stock constantly re- flects the latest and best in cur- rent literature: We also have all of the cur- rent Literary Magazines, Fash- ion and Household Journals, Etc., You cannot keep posted un- less you read. Special Books or. Magazines not carried in stock will (be or- dered without extra charge. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Royal Arch Masons to Meet "iheklnah R.A.M., G.R.C., I meet in regular convocation to- ...orrow (Wednesday) evening, at 8 o'clock, in.the Masonic halL The M. M. degree will be conferred. Patriotic Fund Meeting A committee meeting of the Canad- ian Patriotic Fund in the city is call- for Thursday afternoon at five o'- clock in the Board of Trade rooms. All members are requested to be pre- sent Count fifty! Tour cola in head or catarrh, disappears.' Your clogged nos- trils open, the air passages of your head Trill 'clear and you can breathe freely. No more snuffling! hawking, mucous discharge, dryness jray or headache; no struggling for breath at night. Get a snail of Ely's Cream Balm from your druggist and apply a No. 2 Feed.............. Barley- No. 3................. No. 4................. Chicago Wheat Open December .101 39% 38% 37% Hay December 103 Minneapolis Wheat True Bills Against j McCutcheon Bros. _____ I Toronto, Ont, Oct. Grand Jury today returned true, bill on sin counts against Gordon, JDavid S. and Clarence McCutcheon, charged with Close conspiracy to defraud m connection 100% mtn various 1and deais ta the west and east. The jury had examined for four days before reaching a de- cision. The charges are mainly that they misrepresented the value of lands 95% 99% LIVEBTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary. Hogs, 5906; steers, J5.85- heifers, J5 25r cows, little of this fragrant-antiseptic cream 'Chicago: Hogs, J6.60-J7.95, cattle, in your nostrils It penetrates through QQ.IIQ 40 every air passage of the Bead, sooth- ing and healing the swollen or inflam- ed raucous membrane, giving you in- stant relief. Head colds and catarrh yield like magir Don't star stuffed- US and mUeraole Relief ia sure- LOCAL GRAIN -PRICES Advertisement LOCAL MARKETS On'Way to Raymond JC. the Japanese Consul-Gen- eral for, Canada, ..with In Vnacouver, is in the city today, enj route to Raymond, There he will con fer with the Japanese colony there on of importance. Mr. Hich'w In yeister'diy's report o! the cadet reception to. Wesley: church, it-Tas stated that Principal PbllipB of Har- dievllle school, mored the vote of thanks to the cadets. This wtu an error, Mr. S, M. Riches, principal of Westminster school, moved the rote of thanks, and his speech as re- corded. Escaped Heavy Fine Cecil Powler, E. youth of 18, ap- peared in police court this morning, charged with driving his auto past a street car discharging Fowler, Claimed he was just learning to run the car aud had not been told j of this law The mafistrate dismiss- ed him with a wacning. The charge was laid under the motor vehicle act, 5 the "fine, under which lor a first of- .fence of. the kind is LOCAL Car lots: .Oats jon lots: jWJieat............... Oats................ Barley Flai BUYING PRICK FOS No. :1 timothy baled; ton 14014 76 29 42% 138 HAY 10.25 25th ANNIVERSARY celebrated by the Cun- of Foresters la the K. of P. Hull Next Thursday OCTOBER 28th At 8.30 p.m. Sharp A "splendid program of Vocal ud solos, club and optical 11- by Uie Provincial OrcaMajar. atter ihe en- ttrtHM ud Bis fam- Ib to attend with- No 1 alfalfa, baled, ton...... 925 No 1 Bltnljoint.......... 925 Mixed, ton.............. BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, pel owt., U.M. Beets, per owt Turnips, per cwt.p 75c. Potatoes, per ton, HO to Parsnips, per cwt. Cabbage, per 75c. to J1.09, Livestock Poultry Choice Fat cows, 4J-5C. -killing wethers, 6J. Sbeep-rChoire killing ewes, sic. Select hogs, 160-250 Ibs., poultry, springers, loc, Ib. Live fowl, 10-12C. Dressed 14c. Fresh gathered eggs, 35c. doz. No. 1 Farmers' dairy butter, 26c. and shares to the public with, tie idea of inducing them to purchase. Committee Meeting A committee meeting of the Can- adian Order of Foresters, 25th anni- versary celebration, will'be .held in A. Neidig's store at 8 p m. this evening. External Treatment For rneumatism usually in- effective. K you want to get rid of rheumatism, take Rexall Rheumatic Remedy We are so confident it will re- lieve you that we offer it with the guarantee that if it', does not, we give you back your money. J.O.Ripb8tiiainSCo.LU. The Store g" i i ni.iLBi Moose Dance InvJtations have been issued for the annual Moose Hallowe'en dance on Monday, November 1. Those un- avoidably overlooked hy the commit- tee, please request invitations from the secretary, Franfc Miles, Box 77- Qulck' Wfork Saved Fire I A defective steam valve caused considerable excitement and damage i at J. D. Higinbotham Co.'s store at 5.30 yesterday afternoon. Had it not been for the discovery and quick work of Chief Hardy and Fireman MacWniiams, It might have deytgop- ed into a more, or less serious affair. The Canadian patriotic Fund The hon. treasurer, R. J. R. Pater- sou, begs-to acknowledge the receipt of the sum of being the pro- ceeds of an afternoon tea and -pantry sale recently held- in Knoi church hall, under the auspices of the Big Sisters' class. He also the Fund benefited to the extent of as a result of the two perform- ances given by the Australian cadets in the Majestic Theatre on Saturday last, being 25 cent, share of the nett proceeds apportioned to this fund. WOMAN IN BAD CONDITION Lord's Day Alliance Rev. C. H. Heustia, M.A., who presents tne -Lord's Bay Alliance, spoke at St. Andrew's church on Sun-j day morning, and the First Baptist in the evening. He made a decided im- pression at both churches, and his ad- dress was warmly received. He spoke of the -son of the association, urging Opening of Men's Own The popular Men's Own, which has been held every Sunday afternoon in Westminster church for the past two winters, has re-opened for the coining season. The opening meeting was held afternoon, and took the form of an open meeting. Some eighty women attended and heard a most interesting adress on "How Men Are by the Rev. J. P. Westman, .who has been preaching at Westminster church for the past week. A general discussion on the topic took place The Men's Own pur- pose gefting the best speakers for their meetings, to malte it as Interest- ing and instructive as possible. St. Cyprian's Church Honor Rol On Sunday there was hung within SL Cyprian's Church a beautiMj de- signea-and well executed honor roll, containing the names of oier forty members of the church who have en- listed for active service with the Can- adian Expeditionary Forces, or who have been called up as reservists to their former regiments in the Army. Many of these lads have already seen serious fiBhtins in Flanders; others are finishing their training In England, and some are still with the troops in Canada. The honor roll is thawork of Herbert Cripps, a member work of the Lord's Day Alliance. really a work of art IEK IN 1CI1Y E. J. TICKNER STORE OF QUALITY AND GOOD SERVICE, PHONE 364. 204 13th STREET SOUTH Specials in Canned Goods .Strawberries Hygienic 2 for 45c Raspberries, Hygienic .....20c Peaches, Lilly's, 2 for -----36o for ....35c Pineapple, Ltbby's, 2 for ...35c Cherries, Libby's Blueberries, 2 tms-for'-..'...25c Pumpkin, 2 tins for .......26o Tomatoes, large, 2 for ......25c Tomatoes, small ,.10c Pork Clarke's S for 25o Pork Beans Van Camp, 2.25c FURNACE TALK NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE YOUR FURNACE BEFORE COLD WEATHER .SETS IN. George R. Dixon Co. PHONE 1057. SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR. BOX 134 Opening Dance COALDALE Tuesday, 26th October A Good Floor and Good Music In this Column Will be Pubilthed Every Monday Church Announce. menti for the comlBB Weak. Thl. Column Should Reach office not than 10 a.m. Monday. Announcement of Enter- tainments for which Charoed will not, of courae, be accept- ed for thia column. CAVEU. DAY IN BRITAIN London, Oct. National Ub. era' is initiating a movement for the setting aside of a ds.y to be as "Cavell on wbloh the nation collectively would pay homage to the memory of Miss Edith Cavell, the English nurse executed in Belgium by the German military authorities. E. Pinkham'. Vegeta- ble Compound. MontjKlier, "We hare great faith in your remedies. I very ir- regular and was tired and sleepy all the have cold chills, and my hands and feet would bloat Hy stomach bothered me, I had pain in my side and a bad headache most of the Lydia E. Pmkham'a Vege- table Compound hss -done me loti o) good and I now fine. I am regular, my UTOJiIcut stomach is better and my peuna have all eninz at 8 o'clock ;home of Mrs J. B. Gray, 1516 Fourth left me. You can it you 3t Andrew's avenue North. Mrs. Shouidlce, the like. I am proud of what your Feme- A thank Offcrjnl meeting of tho- district organizer, will give an ad- dies have done for me." MART women's Missionary society wM be dress, and the mite boxes will be op- GAUTHOR, 21 Ridge St, MontpeHer.Vt BeW the church this evening at 8 o'clock. A suitable programme will The choir practice (via be hem as Private Jenn'nis Sack Private Jennings of Cal- gary, formerly of the staff of the Leth- is visiting Calgary af- ter his return from the front. Private a wound m tho skull, which somewhat interferes with his speech, and has partially paralyz- ed his right side. He is recovering rapidly. to All Lieut Simon 'of the Australian cad- ets before tfeir departure yesterday, tool, -occasion to expresj his warm thanks to all Letlibridge people, who had made.their.stay here so pleasant Much of {he credit of the success of Good Threshing Record D Seifert, one of the progressive threshers working in this district, has threshed bushels of i grain in 2PVi days, and hopes to double this amount before the season doses. Cheered the Battery A touching lit-tle incident occurred at noon yesterday, when a large num- ber of school children gathered -on Fourth avenue, and gave the mem- bers of the 39th Battery three rousing cheers as they passed on their way out to drill. Druggists, everywhere, sell and guarantee Rexall Orderlies as a the visit u due to Commissioner safe and gentle laxative '-i. D. Higin- charge the local bbtham The lOc 'arrangements. 25c, and BOc toxes. j At ibe Wesley Young People's society are The weekly prater meeting will be holding Hallowe'en social. A gener- beld on Wednesday evening as usual al good time is assured. Choir practice will be held on Thurs- day evening at eight o'clock. The Big Brothsr5Uda''8 are-plan- ning to hold a. ballowe'en social in the basement of the church on Friday ev- Westminster __ The Wednesday evening prayer ser- vice wllOake the-form of a concert, Thursday afternoon the Women's Missionary society will meet at the be given Mrs. C. McKllIop wrtl give An Honest Dependable Mcdteina It must be hj CTery fair- address. minded, intelligent person, that tmedi-i The regular mU-jrnk prayer ser- cinecoald not live and grow In popularity vice will be held oh Wednesday, even- for nearly forty years, and to-day hold ing at 8 o'clock Subject, "The Boy a record for thousands upon thousands Joash Crowned King." of actual curw, tt hai Lydia E. Pink- The choir practice wiK So held on ham'a Vegetable Compound, without Friday evcninz possessing great" rirtoe and actual At Wesley worth. Such medicines must be looked The Wednesday evening subject is upon and termed both standard awl dependable by every thinking person. If you, IMTC tilchtMt doubt ble Compound will help yon, MAY GET A JUDGESHIP I Calgary, Alta., Oct. names have been prominently mentioned for the vacancy on tie District Court bench, closed by, the sjfroiBtment of, _ his Honor Judge A. A. Carpenter to I (covfldmtUDLniB. the PuMIc utilities Commlsilon. They Jcfc are J. Jennlson, of Jennison t Craig, and J. Cralf Broawrti, of i Cv. if 'Lessons from an Eastern Marriage." Mrs. Fetterly'a section .of the-We8- ley Ladles' Aid will meet at the home o! .Mrs. O. li Taylor, 964 Tenth street South, on 'Wednesday afternoon, at i three o'clock. The Women's Missionary Anxfilary will hold their regiilar monthly meet- Ing on Thursday attornoon at 3.30. The choir will practice on and Friday evening o( vtiek. On Monday eeealqfk MvAMBW-l, usual on Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Baptist The regular mid-week prayer ser- vice will be held on Wednesday ev- ening at 8 o'clock. .The choir practice will be held on Friday evening. St. Augustln'a. The parish association will re-or- ganize for the coming season on Wed- nesday evening at a meeting In the Parish hall. St. The usual service of Intercession will be held in the church on Wednes- day evening at 8 o'clock. A special vestry meeting will be held in the Parish hafiion Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Tat 8t: Mary's society will In the Parish hall on Friday cv- ,8 o'clock. The Test of Your did not use B1UB EIBBON TEA. Nothing half so excellent was'known in'thcit younger the price. But four grandchildren will use it. tt to hnag'mc a better developments occur. Bui be ausurod that if improvements ire possible BLUE RIBBON will have them. One tcccnt improvement is ping. was impossible, to better the ted, so the was improved. From now, on, ask for BLUK RI EEA in tho new double air-tight, moisture-proof. SIMW label, but a fifty per c packet. f ;