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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel in Ulteftj DAILY HERALD PRINTING AT THE BE5ALD JOB DEPARTMENT. When Kneading Dough the Dough you need is TAYLOR MADE NEW TABLE FIGS, CORNICHEON AND VND NEW CALIFORNIA EVAPORATED The first shipment of th, .ea.on of all th. above lines are just in. All extra fin. quality and price, low. NEW EVAPORATED FRUITS; first Prunes, large, size big and plump; Per pound Per 10 pound box PRUNES; medium 10 pound bo.xcs; per box PRUNES; small alter por pound ............10c CHOICE PEACHES; fin. color, large NEW TABLE FIGS; in packets- Price per NEW TABLE FIGS; In .bulk; per pound CORNICHEON GRAPES; extra Sig black The finest for present use; per pound...Zoo Per basket ......20c EMPEROR pouuil FRESH OYSTERS; Solid Imperial Quarts yesterday' at reduced 'prices, also advertised last week, on sale this week and next week until present supply Is all gone. ;__________' _____________ 2 pounds for Per 10 pound box..................... .10 CHOICE pounds for Per id pound Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES _ rhone 5Z5 MARKETS Home Guard. Regimental Order) JOFFRE IS London, Oct. IN LONDON organization affords an Joffre, the French commander- tunitv of obtaining military 'mstrucV in-chief, came to London to- the m- tion bv business and -prof essiona-i' men day. He went interfering with their The Home Guard wilt assemble for drill in front of the headquarters: on Friday at 7 SO p m sharp. Will the drivers of the Automobile squadron pllease return'any gunny sacks left in their cars last Monday to the headquarters The Home Guard require 100 old brooms for fire fighting purposes. Contributors please deliver them, to the headquarters this week. The North Lethliridge Recruiting office for the Home Guard is now open in A. W. Williamson's store, 246 Thir- teenth street North. 'Those desirous of'becoming either active or honorary menihtrs can obtain the regulation Badge there. By Order, OFFICER COMMANDING. the m- Jhortly er, the British War Secretary, left together in an automobile. 21 Charred Bodies Are Identified Peabody, Mass., Oct. Bodies of all 21 girt pupils of St. John's par- ochial school who lost their lives yes- terday in" fire wliich swept- BUSINESS LOCALS ____ sale commences on Saturday, Oct: 30th. i through the building were claimed by their parents today. When four bod- ies: 'kent overnight in the morgue, hail been identified, Mrs. John Ahearn, mother'of Agnes Ahearn, S years old, who was unaccounted for, went to the morgue and finally accepted the Grain Market Very Excited Winnipeg, Oct. ex- citement was intense in the wheat market today. Shorts were covering, and'exporters buying everything, and prices ran very high. Barley prices were the most sensational at the start, half-cent jumps in prices being the rule, later going 2 cents at a time, i Shortly before the October wheat and oats also made a substantial rise in the nearby options. The strength in Winnipeg was fol- lowed -by the mortals across the.'iine I almost from the start. The volume of i business was said to be very heavy, j Liverpool's firm market supported the. bullish, sentiment. The close on wheat was lis cents to advance, j Oats dosed to 2% higher Barley closed to 8 cents up, and flax clos-, ed to 2 cents down. Deliveries throush the house today were- Wheat. bushels, oats. 185.500 bushels 4000 bushels; .barley. bushel Closing Cash Prices Wheat- mences on au, r will continue for two weeks. AH flith body as that of her child. It c-Mtaery selling at half price. 817 was placed in the caEn and sent to Jr3 Ave. South. her home.. No. 1 Northern No: 2 Northern No. 3 Northern Oats- No. 2 C. W. No. 3 C. W. No. 1 Feed 2 Feed Barley- No. 3 4 ied Jo. 1 N.W.C. No. 2 C. W. LADIES' TAILORING Jfe-vv Samples of Ladies' Coatings just arrived. Every shade, every fashionable, cloth, and every style of the season's.'. nobbiest garments will he seen here. Tailored to and up. The "2 M? McKelvie McGuire Kirkham Block- Third Aw, 101 _ 9814 94 44 -41 ss y. 63 56 164% LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary Hogs 88 25-JS 50 steers J585-J600 heifers cows, %n 00 Chicago Hogs, cattle, I5.90-tlO.60. LOCAL MARKETS 80 30 47 141 85% '30 148% HAY 10.25 9.25 9.2 10.50 LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon prices Wheat Data Barlev Flax Track prices: Wneat Oats Flai Barley BUYING PRICE fOT. No 1 timothy baled, ton No. 1 aitalfa. baled, ton No 1 Blueiomt Mired, ton IUY1NG Carrots per cwt Jl 00 Beets, per cwt, SI 00 Turnips, per cwt, rac Potatoes, per to tit. Parsnips, per cwt SI 50 Cabbage, per cwt, 7ac to 00 Livestock and Poultry Choice, steers, Fat cows 4'-5c Sheep-Choice killing wethers, 6} killing ewes oic Select hogs, 150 250 ibs Live poultrj springers, lie Ib Live fowl, Ifrl2c; 1 Dressed 14c. Fresh gathered tsgff Sic doz No 1 Farmers dairv hutter, 26c Ro slanil s new Roman Catholic church will bo open for service on Ocl 31 This year tons oi potatoes were ra'iscd in B. ,C. Kings College, Windsor, Jv b has 35 student's this vear, as. compared with 05 a year ago. Public Market Best Creamery Butter SATURDAY 2 pounds for...S5C Have Plenty of Eggs When Prices Are Eggs will bring a good price until after the holidays. If your hens are not in good laying con- feed them PRATT'S Poultry Regulator. It will increase the produc- tion of eggs and will make your entire flock healthy and vigor- ous, so that .they, can withstand the effects of cold weather. The Red Cross Drig Be ok Co., Limited CITY AND DISTRICT New Warehouse The Good Co. has completed the er- ection of their new warehouse, mado necessary by increasing business. New Store .las; S. Rose will be located in his splendid new store on Fifth street tomorrow. Loyal Moose Committee Meet The -dance committee of the Loynl Moose meet tonight after Home Guard drill, in the -Moose hall. Ladies' Tailoring JUcKelvie McGiiire have opened a department to do ladies' tailoring in coats only. This feature is from the Fit-Reform Tailoring Co. of Montreal. Land Deals Pending T. M. Huff, who has been on a trip to New.Rockforfl, N.D., in connection with several land deals pending, has returned to the city. Curling Club Meet The annual general meeting of the Lethbridge Curling club will be held on Friday evening, October o. The place of the meeting will he announc- ed later. Popularity That BEST" FLOUR enjoys is due only to the high standard of quality maintained and the moderate price at which it is sold. See your grocer about it NOW ELLISON MILLING ElEVftTDR CD, VIOLET DULCE Perfumes and Toilet Preparations The universal choice of those with whom dainty individuality and good taste come first and VIOLET 0ljLCE LINE Violet Dulce Cold In jars -500 Violet Dulce Gold In tubes Violet Dulce Complexion Pow- Flesh White, each 60e Violet Dulce Dry Rouge- Theatrical Violet Dulce Liquid Face Pow 50o Violet Dulce Liquid Face Pow 7 ounce ?1 00 Violet Dulce Liquid Face Pow 50c Violet Dulce i_.quid Pow 7 ounce 00 Violet Dulce oz 75c Violet DUlce Soap 25e Violet Dulee Talcum Flesh 25e Violet Dulce Talcum White 25e Violet Dulce Toilet 4 ounce V 00 Violet Dulce Toilet 8 ounce 50 Violet Dulce Vanishing Cream; Price 50c Violet Dulce Extract, 1 01 (1 00 SOLD ONLY BY JJ.RipMIiBiDSCo.ltd. The Store E. J.TICKNER STORE OF QUALITY AND GOOD SERVICE. PHONE 364. 204 13th STREET SOUTH Cheese; per pound tin Peas; per'tin Beans; per tin .20c ___..10c ........10? ......10c Tomatoes, large tin, 2 for. .25c Tomatoes, small tin .......lOc SPECIAL 20 pounds Sugar for Jellies; 4 for Ten; special blend Tea; Bine Ribbon Apples; eating, 5 Ihs Apples; per box Grapes; 2 Ibs. for ...25e ...3Bc ...40c .250 ...35e Register at B. of T. Building The'Alexander-Gait Chapter, I.O.D. B request that the next of kin of ail LetHbridge men who have -enlisted call and register at the Boird of Trade Building Gait Girclens next week on any of the following days Monday Tnesfla) "Wednesdaj or Thursday from 10 am to 12 am, or irom 2 p.m. to 5 pm Lethbndge Student Passes The results of the first and second intermediate law examinations m 41 herta hive just been announced im those pa-sing the first late apnear the names of S B Hii locks MPP, Calgary, and J R- Low en MPP Lloydmmster James Vaselenak I ethbndge, passed the sec ond intermediate Once With Police Here WfluamM Jarvis brother of Major, Jarvis now nrovost marshal m Bel gium has been a commission for active service He came to the West in 1SS7, and for five vears was in the Mounted Police been stationed for a time at Latterly, he has been m the lumber business at Red Deer. About Oil Leaset R B Bennett, MP has biought back to Calgary from Ottawa the in formation that the Dommion govern- menl u not disposed to pass an order granting ettension of time lor paj ment of rentals on oil leases that no HOME MADE CANDY __ L FRESH MADE. Special Tomorrow Per Pound 25C The Olympia Conlectionei-y 327 FIFTH STREET SOUTH. Do Not Wait Till Winter-You'll Need the Fire Then! If you intend haying a fur- nace installed for this winter, better place the order now. Takes time to put a furnace'up right, but we only put them up that was Other 'way makes money, but also trouble. Nb' trouble to in- FURNACE no ouble 'thereafter First costs are total costs. All Our Work Guaranteed. Geo.R.Diion Co. Market _ W Demars has taken over the" agement of the fvorth market Soldier In Hospital Pniate J H Bultitt of B3rd nr rpntals on Oil leases i-mi. w rnvaLe J -n OWMI.I. wi be cancelled automatical Battalion of Calgarv is in Gait Has would oe caumncu __.. ,__, tr0 wwlt tc AUSTRALIA SAYS 8HS WILL GIVE MORE'AID Melbourne Australia London, Oct 27 alreadv pro vided soldiers as an assur- ance of her heart) cc-operation in the determination to carry war to a successful issue" Thus Andrew risher the premier, telegraphed King ,7nbe cancelled automatical Battalion of Calgarv is in Gait r1gher the premier, telegrapneu ?H r i i: r4e8offrC8S mlSht ,BS. response from the people of the com Will Be Worth Hearing monwealth and tend toaugment great idia Her part in the Empire in t tho ranks Of those already enlist irespnt onfi's, be the bubject to keep them in good b tding The leases of all men who have enlisted for active sen ice will he protected until after the war ery soldier holding an oil lease should 'advisV the department Everv 01 MILADl advise me fease accord.Bg to Mi Bennett will le cons-dcred on its merits and wheie an mdMdual cannot make the pas ment, no drastic actionjull be taken HIKfLEy-AMFS at noon, the marriage oi Mr Walter tfcj and Lau" Celebrated Silver Jubilee twenty Mth of tbe India of a lecture by Dr I-Jircourt in Knoi church on Monday night It is sure I to be interesting and instructive as Dr Harcourt knows India a book after mam vears of residence there The proceeds ol the lecture which is tu he held under the auspices of the Daughters of the Empire will go to the Patriotic Fund A silver coflec e Robin Hood Milling Co pur buihling more mills m ___TA twenty nun j'amoi.ii; ruuu r. both'prominent ,embridge Court No gg taken up_ St Andrew s church, Lethrrldge, was aalall Order of Foresters was ceieii _---------. celebrated at Aiderson, the home ol brated last night when some M the bnde's parents, Mr ana 31r, nlemher3 and friends ot tbo Order Arthur The bride and groom present Mr A Neidig was tne were support-u bv. Miss Euth Ames only member of the Order present last and Mr A Hartley The ceremony nt ,ho was a member of the or was Dfrlnrmed by Rev A C Brvan do' whl3n ,t began m the city years of this assisted by Rev Mr others live in the city but wdre Taj lor 01 Aldcrson After the cere- unfortunately unable to rttend the en monj the RIICS s to the number of 20 tertalnment A exctiient pru- sat down to a sumptuous repast, .ramme, which tool, up the sreater which vvas followed by spe-ches and n of the evening wai given AM some mu'i.c and a royal social time a best amateur and pro- Tho many bciutiful presents i theatrical ta.ent was on ue r.. iu- t- c-4-iftr f.n lipr nonulatltV _______ was aS city accompany them Kalamalka laVc in the Okana- Kin, Mrs 1 killed a black bear by shooting it -vith a 2" rifle 1 ec eun a Kosslind rninaman, is the first Chlm-sc auto owner in the Kootcnay. He runs his own car. Kexall Ordciilai keep the bowels regular and hctlthy Tholr action Is gentle, mild and soothing Sold only reading B Sage song rrcitatlon, J Chrkc song R Barrowman piano b y unt An address was given bv 1 Cnmc of Mod lint A Neldig and J It vie the s'alsht of hand artlsU who mi ci! out an unniunl amount of fun After tho programme supper was wrv M Itn. remainder of the .evening .pent in dancing W A Leavitt, I r and James the .pen n a Clarke Hobert Wvy, D Ilavtci, E Knolrb., Moodle The Rexall Store, lOc, t vertlsemcnt. entertainment. BULGARIAN WHO 8TILL FIGHTS FOR RUSSIA General Dlmltrleff, Hnlsarian sold ier In tlie servlro of Uussia He has bad a line record. MATHKSIS CLUB Are Repeating Their Play "The Teetli ol The Gift Horse" !N W6SLEV HALL Saturday at 3 For the women of the Oily. "THE TEETH OF THE OIFT HORSE" (Repeated by ef malic Art Detriment of Mathesls Club) PROCEEDS TO PATRIOTIC and NURSING MISSION Admission ?5 Cents ;