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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta I PRINTING AT THE HEjtALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor I Best a hotel in MI I' THE MATERIAL-The Cream of Alberta Wheats THE DESIGN.-To Please ITALIAN PRUNES OR PRUNE PLUMS A STRAIGHT CAR LOAD JUST IN, UNLOADING TODAY. EXTRA FINE. BOXES CON- TAIN AT LEAST 20 POUNDS FRUIT OR MORE. SPECIAL PER BOX..................... 80c 20 or 25 lug A Car Load of Wealthy Apples from H. 0. on the track. Will be unloaded tomorrow. Particulars later. CRAB size boxes :is SjVliu't- Jett Pears: Transcemlants; Por case DUCHESS boxes Price per box Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. Phone 525 GROCERIES CITY A5FD DISTRICT Supply Co. Move The Lethbridge Supply Co. have j moved from Unity hall to 5-16 Thir- teenth street Nortli. The Good Points of Home-made Bread are found in..... MODEL BAKERY BREAD For the Red Cross A. J. Blackburue, treasurer, ac- knowledges the receipt of S113.63 from the Trades and Labor Council, a part of the proceeds of the Labor Day sports. This contribution is greatly appreciated and will render splendid j assistance to tne work of the local j branch. Gets Six Months Six months in the provincial jail was the sentence givea to J. T. Lam- bert, an American, who was arrested last week, charged with stealing goods from the Dallas Hotel. .The charge this morning wag reduced to that of having stolen goods in his possession. He pleaded guilty to this charge. BIRTHS Monday, Sept. 6th, to Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Unsworth, 2nd Are. North, a son. DON'T LET A COLD CATCH YOU Iii reality you ilon't catch a cold, but the cold catches you. Ton can avoid a cold if you act in time. When you sneeze or have au unusual sense of dryness in Uie nostrils, or irritation of the throat that marks the advent of a cold, take immediate steps' to stop further 'development. Xyal's Laxa Cold Can do nothing but good. It has a laxative effect, promotes proper circulation and will as- sist- you to quickly combat the first cold of the season. Price 25 Cents The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited WHICH-APPEALS TO THE BfWAO BAKER AT HOME. They of all others know Good Breae. Our Bread has delighted them and will please you. PHONE J. SCHWEITZER, PROP. WEEK IN 1 In Column Will be Published Every Monday Church Announce- ments for the Coming Week. for Thii .Column .Should Reach fhii office not later than 10 a.m- Announcements of Entur- tainments for which Admission is Charged wMl not, of be accept- ed for this column. Kno.x j Sunday, September 26, will be fiaMy Imisediately preceding the sen-ice dar.'.In Uie church and Bible class. A neit Sunday evening; song special programme is being prepared Jed by the be held. for ib.e Bible school. A service of -The annual meeting of the West- Eons wHI be in tile evening, inibster Guild will be held tonight at i Westntinster S o'clock. for the ensuing} The Epvorih league will meet-to- .tsnc will be elected. AJi young peo- i niglit at the usual hour, irte of the church are Invited. j The Ladies' Aid will meet tomor- ;..The. Women's Missionary society jrmv afternoon in'.the church, "will meet in the church on Tuesday; The regular prayer meeting will be evening- at S o'cloclc. A full attend- anc'e is requested.- The .weekly prayer service will be .held on Wednesday evening- at 8 o'- cloct. The regular monthly meeting of Jbe Board of Managers -will be held on Wednesday evening in the vestry, in- stead of Tuesday night. The choir will for practice as Friditr: evening, under the .direction -ot E. F. Layton, There is I rpom in the choir for tenor or alto i singers. Anyone who can sing these parts is asked to communicate with leader. The Adult Bible class will meet ueld on Wednesday evening. The second lalk of the series will 'be giv- en. Hubiect "With Jesus in Uie-Great- sst-of all Sen-ice: The W.C.T-TJ. will meet on Thurs- day afternoon in the church. The moathly social and business meeting of the Young People's class of the church will "tie held on Friday evening. The usual choir practice will be held on Friday evening. Mrs. F. Jackson is the new choir leader ap- pointed to take the place of air. Scott who resigned. Christie The Young People's service wiK be for. re-organlzstion at the -Msnse on i held tonight at eight o'clock in the Friday evening. St. A sapper and social TPJH he given church. j The mid-week prayer service will be held on Wednesday evening. on Tuesday evening by the ladies of the church to the members on the honor roll, who are in the vicinity. Supper will begin a i sis o'clock, and the programme of the evening at Si meeting; special features for the o'clock. All friends are invited. vice are bei.ig prepared. The regular nrayer meeting will be held on Wednesday evening at S o'- clock. The subject ig "Defeat Through Drunkenness." The Intermediate Christian En- deavor wi'il meet on Friday evening at 7 o'clock., Weslsi- The Bpyorth league will meet to- night In. Wesley hall. This is the first meeting of the season, and a large number of members are requested to be present. Rev. J. L. .secretary 'and( camp 'inspector o! reading rooms in the lumber, mining and rai'iway con- blruction camps in Alberta and British Baptist The mid-week, prayer service will bo held on Wednesday evening, and take Jhe form of an evangelistic On Friday evening the yo.uiig peo- ple's meeting and choir practice, will be held. St.'Maiys The regular service of intercession will be held on Wednesday evening at eight o'clock. The St. Mary's Girts' The Winner The number of tablets ill t b e Bottle" was found to be (556. Tbe near- est to that num- ber were Cou- pons Xo. 1827 (Miss Roy) and 1808 (Mr. Kirk) both 655 We would auk that the ants communicate with us and arrange for the "play off." We offer our sympa- thy to the "also a number of "Whom were bunched close to the first two. J. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. J The Rexali Store Rome, Sept. bat tin between Italian and Aiistrkm naval forces, 'the former assisted by a French sub- marine, occurred Thursday last in (he Adriatic bea. The ministry of marine announced today Hint one Austrian torpedo boat had been damaged ser- iously. MARKETS arity That m "CUR BEST" M enjoys is' duo only to tlic high standard of quality maintained and the moderate price at which it is sold. Sec your grocer about it MILLING ELEVfllOR CO, Patriotic Grain Bins at Taber Taber. Sept. special meeting oi the executive oi tile Taber MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES i iln'I District .Patriotic Association, Winnipeg, Sept. and closing prices on the grain ex-! changes today were Open Close! 88[ 89} SSA SOj; May 944 95i Oct........................... 381 36 J Dec............................ 35} 35} Barley- Sept........................... 531 Oct............................ 19 Oct. 1.421 1.4C} Xov............................ 1.464 Dec............................ 1.44 the proposition to erect bins in order that a', the farmers in the district wishing to contribute a bushel or more israin to the patriotic fund would have an opportunity ol doing :so, was It was decided to 'have several liins hnUliiig 100 bushels j each ijuilt anil placed at the three in town, one at Christen- dom's weigh scales, one at Barnwell j and one al Fincastle. The three lum- i ber yards in town have generously donated the lumber to build the bins, while the hardware stores have do- WINNIPEG CASH PRiClES Wheats No. 1 Nor. No. 2 Nor. No, 3 Nor................... 89 No. 4........ i No. 2 C. 39 No. 3 C. W................. 37 Exyira So. 1 Feetl 37 No. i Feed 35i No. 2. Feed 3-U Barley- No. 3 No. 4 .19.1 Feed .121 Flax- No. 1 .NT. C....... No. 2 C. CHICAGO WHEAT Sept........................... 88 Dec............................ 94} May 974 MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT 34-j 931 May............................ 98i naled the necessary hardware. The work 'of. painting .the bins is being dons by local carpenters and painters without charge. A large grftinary has been placed FALL-FAIRS'IN OCTOBER Bow Island will hold a fair this year. The date fixed Thursday, October 7, Grassy Lake's fair is to bo held on October 12. SERBIANS HONOR JOHN 0. Nlsb, Serbia, Sept. decora- tion of the grand cross of the Order of St. Sava has been conferred upon John 0.- Rockefeller in recognition of the relief work done by. the Rockefel- ler foundation in Serbia. Dr. Richard P. Strong, bead of the American san- Uary commission in Serbia, on leav- ing the country, was made a grand of- ficer of the Order of St. Sava by tha Prince Regent VOTE ON ABOLITION OF LIQUOR SHOPS Regina. Sept. least at the disposal of'the association byl three, liquor districts in tho .province 5layor Halo lor' storage purposes, of Saskatchewan will_yote on the ques- an'l as the small bins get filled they i tiori of dispensing With-.the govern- will be empties and the grain placed; raent liouor stores, at-the next muni- icipal elections on the second Monday 8l'i i in this grainarv. 'j It is expected that the farmers of' in December, and it is -expected that the district will generally tale this i others wiK take similar action. Act- .ns of dojrig-tbeir "hit" in ai< I'.-IG 1.43 35 J means of dojg-their "hit" in aid of the empire.'s awl that the. pa- triotic fund will benefit in a satisfac- tory manner. BRENNAN JUST THE SAME "Coleman, Aita., Sept. Brennan, who was injured in Leth- bridge sometime ago, and has been in 'the Miners' hospital here for some1 time, remains in about the same con- dition. ive campaigns are now under way in the districts, of which, the centres are' Watrous, BIggar and Gull 'take. The Paris police lorce is to be in- creased by the addition of a corps of divers to" work beneath the River Seine. "An actress is the patentee of a ca- pacious trunk can be converteil into a complete bureau and dressing table. THE BULLETIN BOARD for Column thouifl reach this' Office" before. 12 o'clock noon on the day cf publication Lecture on Voice Culture Leo M. Coombs is giving a free lec- ture on "Modern Culture and Vocal at the Conservatory Auditorium, tomorrow evening, at S.30. Going to Serve His King and Country i H. Parrot, who has been in the em- ploy of Terrili Floral Co. for the i Regular meeting of North Star past four years, has joined the 56th Lodge No. 4, A. 'F..