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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel iDllttertj When Kneading Dough the Dough you need Is TA YLOR MADE NEW TABLE FIGS, CORNICHEON AND EMPEROR GRAPES, AND NEW CALIFORNIA EVAPORATED FRUITS. The flrat shipment of the of all above linn'are just In. All extra fine quality and price, low. NEW TABLE FIGS; In Price J'cr packet NEW TABLE FIGS; ID bulk; per pound CORNICHEON GRAPES; extra big black The finest tor present use; par pound...20c Per basket EMPEROR FRESH OYSTERS; Solid Meat Imperial Qusrts Imperial Pints 90c 50c NEW EVAPORATED FRUITS; first quality- Prunes, large size 50-60s, big and plump; Per pound Per 10 pound box PRUNES; medium 10 iwund boxes; per box ..............J1.25 PRUNES; small size; per pound............10c CHOICE PEACHES; fine color, large pounds for Per 10 pound box CHOICE pounds for Per 10 pound box Goods advertised .yesterday, at reduced prices, also ones advertised last week, on this week and next week until present supply is all gone. Store? Fhene 525 Office: Phone1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Don't Miss a Good Thing In other when you have a Model Bakery Bread The Best that can be produced by the most -experienced bakers using the best ma- he .most modern -machinery crisp, light, flaky with that rich imtty. flavor MODEL BAKERY N. J. Schweitzer, Prop. Phone 1175 let real cash "slip" through your lingers because you can not quite mate up your mind to become a can- didate N'b work of conscience has been done, yet, but it is likely that the candidates who have entered their names are lining up as many.promis- is as .they can. It pays to get an It" is just a week today since the first announcement of the contest.- In order that the public may know "who's who" the list of candidates will be published next Wednesday. By that time it is hoped many more names will be added. There's plenty of room in both, the city and coun- iion't wait until Thursday to send in vopr name. It's worth a lot of rotes to announce your willingness to acceat subscription payments next: Wednesday. The list is not a long one, but every name so iar received represents an active candidate, and no mistake will he made in ing any one of the live wires in the list. i .The chance to pick up a thousand dollars is too' good to miss trying tor. And all the big commission priz- too. Send in tho "nomination blank- early start is. the-best kind of a start.. CITY AND DISTRIC'l Have Plenty of Eggs When Prices Are High Eggs will bring a good price until after the holidays. If your hens are not in laying con- dition, teed 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 Drug Bsok Co., Limited [ARKETS SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnlpee, Oct. Opening and closing prices on the Exchange today were as follows: Oct 103% Nov. 93% Bee Soli May Oct Nov. Dec The :i Popularity That BT fLIR cnjo.ys is (lue only to the high standard of quality maintained and the moderate price at which 'it is sold. See your grocer about it NOAV EIIISOSIIUIIG May Oct Nov Nov Nov Dec. May Wheat- Dec May 44 40% 39% 62% 165 W2 168 Chicago 102% Minneapolis 76 62% 165 165 168% 101% 103 TICKNER STORE OF QUALITY AND GOOD SERVICE. PHONE 364. 13th STREET SOUTH Cheese; per pound ........20c tin .............100 Peas; per .tin..............lOe Beans; tin............. 10c Tomatoes, large tin, 2 for. .25c Tomatoes, small tin .......10c 4 for yea; special blend Tea; Blue Ribbon Apples; eating, 5 Ills Apples; per box Grapes; 2 14s. for 2Sa 38c .....25c SPECIAL '20 pounds Sugar for-----... WE STILL HAVE GASOLINE FORD GARAGE Dr. Grenfcll Coming Dr. "Wilfred Grenfeil of Labrador fame, -will give his celebrated lecture on his work {a Labrador in Lethbridge on November 30. i New Laundry Rate- The Lethbridge Laundry Co. .will establish a six cents per pqund rate on rough dry laundry, commencing November 1. the lowest rate ever quoted by any- modem sanitary steam laundry In the west. Men's Own The Men's Own of North Leth- taldge will meet in Westminster Methodist church on Sunday, at 4 p m. The speaker will be Rev. David Ross of the First Baptist church; his subject, "The Church Poareh." This will prove a very interesting tliemo, and very nractical. Mr. Ross has been rubbing uo against men recently, with the.idea of getting their viewpoint In religion, social questions; and 'topics that esnecialiy appeal to men: On _ Sunday he will give the result of his and thus open up a large field for discussion. Open to all men. No man "should mias this meeting. BABY BASKETS We have a shipment of Baby' Baskets in four different styles. .Intending purchasers would do well to se- lect now as-this ware is difficult to obtain. "he feweoCt Store Wheat- May 101'" 99% Winnipeg Cash Price! Wheat- No. 1 Northern 100 No. 2 Northern -----u....... 97% No. 3 Northern.........----- ,.03% No. 4...................... No. 2 C. W, 42 No. 3 C.'W.................. 39 Ei. No..1 Feed 38 1 Feed 2 Feed 37 No. 3 63 No. 4 Feed 37 Flax- No I N. W. C. 165 No., 2 C. W............. 162 LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Hogs ..................ISOO-J810 Steers ".......-..J4.90-J5.00 Heifers .......55.00-15.10 Chicago- Hogs...................J65M725 Cattle .................55.90-110.50 Home Guard Regimental Orders Lethbridge Laundry Co. Offers A Rare Opportunity. Here is an opportunity for the good housewife to save herself some drudgery this winter while it is cold: ON NOVEMBER 1st we are reducing the price of OUT Rough'Dry Laundry work from 7c per pound to This is the cheapest that this been done in Western Can- ada. You can not afford to do your washing when'you can get it done by a Modern, Sanitary. Steam Laundry at 6c per iioiiiiii. No more wash day with wet floors and the house full of steam in cold weather. Save coal, save soap, saveistarch, save drudgery. Save going out when it is 30 or 40 degrees below when you arc very warm, and with hands and arms hang out clothes where they will freeze instead of dry. Our Drivers will call Next Week and Every Week. fry tliis'fof one month and you will never quit, '.Please give us your next parcel. LETHBRIDGE STEAM LAUNDRY CO., LTD. C. S. Farrow, Manager. P.O. Box 477. This organization affords an oppor- tunity of obtaining military instruc- tion by business and professional men without Interfering with their occupa tion: The Home Guard will assemble m front of the headquarters on Monday, at 7JO p.m., sharp. A large turnout is requested. Will the drivers of the Automobile squadron pllease return any gunny sacks left in their cars. last Monday to the headquarters. The Home Guard reouire 100 old brooms for fire fighting purposes. Contributors please deliver them to the headquarters this week. j The North Lettibridge Recruiting office for the Home Guard open In A. W.. Williamson's store, 24fl Thir. teenth street North. Those desirous of becoming either active or honorary members can obtain the regulation badge there. By Order, OFFICER COMMANDING. BUSINESS LOCALS Jliss Tilnpy's great reduction sale commences on Saturday, Oct. 30th, itid will continue for weeks All millinery, selling at half price. 817 3rd Ave. South. GRAY HAIR Or. Tremaln'i "Natural itorstiye used as directed Is .guar- anteed to restore gray hair to nat- ural color or money s refunded. Positively not a dye and non-ln- Jurlous. On sale at J. D. Higln- batham Co., Trice (postpaid) Write Trt- maln Co., Deft. To- ronto. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon prices: Wheat 80 Oats-..-. 30 Barley 47 Flax "I Track prices: 84% Oats.......-............ 28% Flax .........v.......... Barley......-......... 48% i- BUYING PRICE FOtlf HAY No. 1 timothy baled, ton .10.25 Mo 1 alfalfa, baled, tun...... 9.25 No. I Bluejoint.......... Mixed, ton............... 10.50 BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES cwt., Beets, civt., Turnips, per 75c. Potatoes, per ton, to ?12. I arsnips, per cwt. Cabbage, per cwt., 75c. to Sl.OO. Livestock and Poultry Choice, steers, :Fat cows, -lA-5c. killing wethers, killing ewes, SJc. Select hogs, 150-250 ihs., Live snringera, 15c. Ib. Live fowl, 10-12c. Pressed 14c. Fresh gathered cgfrs, 35c. doz. No. 1-Farmers' dairy nutter, .26c. The. Maple Leaf elevator at. Mar- kinck. Sask., .with bushels of wheat, was destroyed by fire. j Wesley Service-of Song Rev. 'Win. E. MacNiven, B.A., of Claresholm, formerly ,the popular as- pastor of MoDougaM church, Edmonton, will conduct the services next Sunday morning and evening in i Wesley church. At_ the evening ser- vice the choir, under the direction of Mr. Claude Huglion, give the fol- lowing special service of song: I Anthem, "The Lord Is My, Strength" solo, "The Soul's Awaken- ling" Miss A. Hall; an- them, "Thou vvilt' Keen Him in Per- fect Peace" male chorun "Rememher Me, O Mighty One" voluntary, "Leid- ohne-Warte" No. 4 anthem, the Lord" The Lord's Prayer Sevenfold Amen (Hlilncrj. A Crowning Succoss QUAKER BREAD UNIFORMLY GOOD SWEET 'LIGHT WHOLESOME We can do Nothing More to Make QUAKER BREAD BETTER THAN IT IS GILMORE, I2IER Phones 1 Christmas Novelties 1 Mrs Mark Beaids yill hold another of her sopular sales of Christmas nov- elties in hand painting, burnt work and i burnt leather work Even thing will I be marked at wartime prices, rang- liitg from 25 cents to 55.00 Twenty I tier cent, proceeds willl be giv- en to the I ODE. Afternoon tea will be served III connection with this sale, Mhicli will he held In Room 5, Pfull block, on Saturday, November (i, from 10 a m. to 10 ASK YOUR GROCER FOR "Crystal Brand" Creamery Butter The Best Fresh Butter on the by CRYSTAL Uthbridgc DAIEY Phone 1676 Do Not Wait Till Winter--Yon'll Need the Fire Then! If you intend having a fur- nace installed for this winter, better place the .order now. rakes time to put a furnace up Jght, but we only putithem up ttat way. (Other way makes money, but fao trouble. No trouble to in- 'SUNSHINE" FURNACE .rouble thereafter. First are .total costs. Our Work Quarantccd. eet Metal Phbni 1057 P. 0. Box W4 LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE ANNUAL F HALLOWEEN IN K._OF P. HALL i Monday, November ll 1915 11.00 PER COUPLE. EXTdA LAOV SOC. from F. Box 77, ;