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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor 11.25 a Day Hotel In Albtrti LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHtRIOOl The Dallas Hotel li the Beit and Mc'i Convtn- Itnt May ITS GOOD ivbcii made with PRIDE OF ALBERTA MOTHER'S FAVORITE FLOUR Order from .your Grocer or from Taylor Milling and Elevator Co., Limited Hallowe'en or Week-End Specials per pound ................3c HUBBARD per pound .......3c YELLOW per pound ........2c VEGETABLE pound .........2c per pound ..................2c CANNED per tin ...........15c FRESH and tender, per tb..10c HOT HOUSE each ..25c SWEET for .............25c pounds for.....................Sac basket ........................50c basket .....................50c HOT HOUSE extra special kind, no waste; all small Price per CALIFORNIA pound .....15c CALIFORNIA basket ....60c FLORIDA GRAPE we had this sea- son. Price and TOKAY pound TOKAY basket ............'.75c FRESH ...90c Pints NEW COMB each .......'30c NEW LAID dozen...............40c SNOW APPLES pounds for 25c JONATHAN 5 pounds for 2Sc Per case 51.75 Per case GOOD COOKING, APPLES 6 pounds for ...25c Per case THE GOOD GO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phonel271 525 Phme 525 MARKETS FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES TVinnipej, Oct. 30. Opening and clewing prices on the grain exchanges today were: Oct." l.lS 1.16 1.15J Nov. Dec Oats- May 1-21? Oct 56 Kov 56 Dec. 1351 May Oct 1.12-J Kov 1.09} Dec 1.12 Jlay 1-191 1 WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat- No. 1 Sot 3So; 2 Nor No. 3 Nor. No. 4 .T .No. 5 No. 6 Feed Oats- No. 3-C. TV No. 3 C. Extra No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed CHICAGO 1.161 l.lB 1.16J 1.221 56J- 1.13" 1.15'- 1.23 1.UJ 1-13J l.OSJ 1.021 3SJ- .13? CITY AKD DISTEICT Commerce Church Services Sunday at 11 a.m., iu the school- house; preacher, Mr. Marsh; child- ren's topic, "The Road of the Loving subject of sermon, "A Mes- sage of Cheer tor Dark Days." All are very cordially invited to attend the service. Debaters The opening meeting- or the Y.M.C. A. Debating society was held in. the "Y" auditorium last night, when an interesting debate took place on the subject: ''Resolved, that the Kaiser was justified in declaring- war. The aifirmatiye .was upheld by Messrs. Martindale and McKay, while the neg- ative was taken by Messrs. Clarke and Collins. The debating was of a very high standard, arid the judges, con- sisting of Messrs. Sang, Jack and Scroggie, awarded'the honors to the negative by a very narrow margin. After the debate- the following offi- cers were-elected: Hon. Pres., J. B. Wilkie; president, D. W. Patterson; viee-pTe'sfdent, W. F. Martindale; sec.- treas., J. A. K. McKay. A programme committee composed of Messrs. Sang, McKay and Clarke, and-a press com- mittee' of two, were appointed. It was Waste Paper Basket Free On.Saturday with Every Purchase of 50c or -Over As a special inducement to our many customers, friends and others to purchase their requirements on Saturday, we are giving a beautiful and useful Waste Paper.Basket "FREE OF CHARGE" with every purchase amounting to SOc or over of any line in. our store excepting Kodak Goods. AS DON T FORGET THE TIME THE PLACE THE ARTICLE SATURDAY OUR STORE WASTE PAPER BASKET YOU .CANNOT CALL, PHONE YOUR ORDER. RED CROSS DRUG BOOK GO., Limited WEATHER Mai. 67 -54 ilin. 32 40 42' 42 r- 30 25 2S Lethbridge, fair Edmonton, cloudy Calgary, clear... -T 'Medicine Hat, .fair Macleod, clear...... 72 Brooks, clear....... 50 Regina, clear...... GO. Winnipeg, 56 Port Arthur, clear.. 50 2S .12 Nelson..'.-......... 45 -38 The' weather throughout- the west has been fine and mild, -with a little higher temperature. _ ForecastV Western and 'warm today and on Saturday. 901 decided that the nest meeting would be on November 11, and every one Dec. May Dec. May- l.Ui- 1.16. JIINVEAPQLIS 1.21- 1.17 l.lSf Trinity Church S-srvices Sunday, 3.15 Sabbath .school; -7.30 p.ixi., -brisht evening service for mill. ''Monday, S p.m., important meet- Ing; of the Aboard of managers in the Ipastor's house. English class on Wed- nesday, .Thursday and Friday, No class oa Tuesday night. Junior C. E. on-Weduesday at 7 p.m. Choir prac- "tice ottlYiday at 8.30. There will also special practices for; the coming isocial. .whjeb, is. to be held 10. Everyi-member ol .the choir 'Is asked tp he on hand for these' practices, which will be an- tfounced on Sunday at the evening ser- iFiosB. interested in debating is cordially in- vited to become a member. A Civil War Veteran Judge Canafield of Sisseton, a vet- eran of the-Civil War, is visiting his daughter, Sirs. G, Macleod. The Judge is in his "Sth year, but looks 20 years youniger. Conversing about the present ,wer turned the thoughts of the Judge to some oC his experiences in. War, where he took pan in 27 battles, in-one receiving five bul- let wounds. He still carries one of those bullets lodged beside the spine. The Judge -was also one-of the num- ber seat to quell the uprising among the Indians of the Northern. States at the dose-of the war.- The Judge states that the Germans in some of the American cities have offered to raise regiments to. aid the Fatherland, the American.people ure taking- every, precaution to keep down any move- ments in this direction, and he slates that many Americans would he glad-to assist the Allies if they were allow- ed. He also says that Americans of all political stripes admire President Wilson's efforts to keep the Repub- lic strictly neutral. CITY AND DISTRICT Visited Mr. Justice Simmons passed through the, city yesterday from Cardston, where he had been on a business, trip. Transferr-sd.'to Lethbridge Corporal Moorhead of the R.N.W.M. P. detachment at-Medicine Hat has been.transferred.to Lethbridge, North Lethbridge Voters' Meeting The North. Lethbridge Voters' asso- ciation -will meeting at Kennedy Hail, North Lethbridge. on Monday evening next Commissioner Grace will bo present to''discuEs a number of civic problems. CheerUp! -.-For the benefit -of. the rdis-- appoiated ones.we have decided, to repeat our "REXALL CUP GIFT SALE" of last Saturday, tomorrow the 31st. As there are not very many CUPS'.and SAUCERS we would suggest that, you "get early. As an addition, we will offer on the same terms, a pur- chase of "FIFTY CENTS worth of "REXAIJE." Remedies or f let "A REXALL FISH NET' SHOPPING BAG" Something that every woman will appreciate.- to each purchaser.) As these are bound to vi6-will give a contralto, solo. Friday and Saturday Specials Government Inspected PORK Roast Shoulders Roast Legs Roast Loins urns Co. Phones 412 and 1388 12ic ISC 18e Limited CITY AND DISTRICT Band Concert Sunday in-Majestic Music lovers iu less welcome the news" that'the City Band, under the'Direction of Bandr master Cline will 'give a concert in. the Majestic on Sunday ev- ening, after the chiircb services. In view of the fact Ufaf Sunday evening; concerts are a boon to the musically inclined in Calgary and Edmonton, where they arc" held every Sunday night, .Baudmaster. G'iine is taking a step in the right direction by provid- ing ug with similar concerts. _No 'ad- mission will be charged, and the coiir cert will not commence'unUl 9 o'clock p.m., so that it will not interfere with the church Alberta's Prohibition Sunday Nov. 3 Splendid preparations are being made -by the ministers .of the province to observe the'historic Sunday of Nov- ember 8 as Alberta's Prohibition Sun-, day. This is being conducted under the auspices of the.Alberta'Temper- ance and. Moral Reform Ap- plications are coming to the office dally for helpful literature, which Is nehig mailed to all parts of the' prqv-. Jnce, so that the ministers and mis- everywhere are able to have at their bands all facts and informa- tion.. The Searchlight, for the month of October, is being sent out, and will also have a bearing upon ,thc ahove mentioned date. AH ministers are re- quested, In the event of not having suf- ficient material to write the office of, the league. j Headquarters for Spooks and Goblins j Preparations at the Y.M.C.A are I going along, with vim anil enthusiasm every one is determined the Hallowe'en social Saturday night, Oct- ober 31, .TV a I be the best ever. A'i- ready .beginning to assume the appearance of a--windy day on a farm, rather'than-a weil ordered association building. '..Members have very kindly given over, their automobiles, 'which are heing used to scour the country for evp-ry. unfqrtunatfi pumpkin that may be peacefully hibernating for the winter. SheUvesJ of corn and other de- corative material are coining in in generous1 quantities. On the whole, the "decoration's''will'in themselves be worth coining to see. A few have ask- ed if ladies are.invited. Bvju'l means. They are most cordially requested to be present; and help make the evening a, success: Ladies are invited. And now may we say in closing that if you are desirous of forgetting the past and, the living only in the hap- py present, then come to the Y.M.C.A. night at S o'clock. You will never forget it. You w'ill never re- gret'it. -You will forget'everything else but the fact that life is one fool thing after another. Life is just what you make-.it. Come and see the kind that ig evolved from the putting to- gether of-a number of different kinds of heads, all bent on one purpose. The -'M.C.A; invites you; BUSINESS LOCALS The Auditorium Club will hold a dance in the K. at P. Hall on the evening of October the 30th. Lady and gentleman 51.00. Ladles with in- vitation unaccompanied by gentleman, 60c. 209-7-2 Dry wood for starting firea and [loavy block wood .for your fireplace at per load. Can also fit you up with storm windows. Auk us for prices Phone 138.4; Becker y a tea. REMEMBER, you-riced Storm Sash; Storm Door! and Stove Wood for kindling fires and laige blocks for your fire place ...Phpne 362 anil we will deliver. iMBber Ltd 134 16th St. N. MOOSE Patriotic Concert Hallowell Concert Co. of Chicago Sherman Theatre Mon. Eve'ng, NOT. 2 Tickets on sale at Ilcrtlcy Drug Co. Prices 75c and SOc Cl ean am ure Tho inner part of tho wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. That's 20ioff HARDWARE ON Friday andSaturday Any article in the store- at 20 per cent, off Buy it on Friday or Saturday C W. Gray Next Dallas Hotel Dr GaU.vsn Spake At the Board of Trade juncheon >es terday a yerv important paper was read Dr AI. V. Gallivan, dealing bog cholera. It was decided to the paper published, and distn- buted throughout the" south, in. order to' aid farmers to check, any inroads made by' the disease among their lierds Daughters of the Empire will hold a SALE OF CANDY made by The Lethhridge Chocolate Ciiiuly Co., in the Balmoral Block, on SATURDAY NEXT Proceeds in aid of I. 0. D. E. Patriotic Work EefrcshmcnLs will ho served. Imperial Bank of Canada Capital Paid 3Jp .............j Reserve Fund Total Assets Over............j Head D. R. WILKIE, Praildenl Hon. ROBERT JAFFRAY, SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Dcjposits ol and upwards received Interest, allowed from date of deposit. LETHBRIDiiE BRANCH................W. R. 3EATLE, ;