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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. Hotel Windsor Rest a day hotel in Alberta THE MATERIAL-The Cream of Alberta Wheats THE DESIGN--To Please NECTARINES The frail thai is exceptionally linn presened. coul liiXXEAPOL'is" WHEAT Sept........................... CITY AND DISTRICT To Recruit for the 13th Lieut J. B. Beddome will be at the Lothbridsrp Hold on Thursday next to recruit men to fi'.l vacancies in the 13th C.M.R. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this. Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Loyal Order of .Moose, Xo. meet Tuesday night at 8 p.m. Important business meeting. Initiations by de- sree team, followed by social evening, carpet ball'and refreshments. FOUND GUILTY! Of Cutting the Cost of Living KEEK IN 1HE Hit .h; rnh.rnn Will be Published Every Monday Church Announce- Lents for he Week. Notices for This Column Should Reach this office not later than 10 a.m. Monday. Announcements of Enter- tainments for which Admission Is Charged will not, of course, be accept. ed for this column. Large Crowd .at Band Concert One of the largest crowds assembled Jon'Adams Park last evening to listen to the concert given by the city band. j Some eight numbers were played by the baud, and were thoroughly ea- !joyed. Says He Was Robbed S. Ekbury of Raymond, reported to Ithe police "station yesterday that he 1-3'Mhad been robbed of a gold Wa'.tham 1 33 i! watch, and a pocket book containing a sum of money while he was sleep- 1-OOt'ine in a room at a local cafe. The valuables were '.alter, from his l.OH 94-} as; LOCAL MARKETS PRICES BUILDER OF .41 1.13 -40 HAY 10.50 10.SO 0.50 Introducing air into water to pro- emulsion, a French eneineer has succeeded in raising it in a suc- pump to a height of 60 feet. Reiall; Orderlies are a specific for tfie boweJ troubles of ageing people. only by .7. D. Higinhotham Co. The Rexall Store, lOc, 23c 50c LUMBER For Sale in Carload Lots Direct from Mill to Consumer I' have Two Million Feet for sale this fall At Wholesale Price. Phone or write L R. J. Forster f- (128 Street South Wien. 17M. L.thbrldae- LOCAL GRAIN I Spring wheat i Oats Flax.......... Ilarley BUYING PRICE FOR Xo. 1 timothy, baled, ton No. 1 alfalfa, haled, ton i Xo. 1 Bluejoin; j BUYING. .PRICES 1 FOR VEGETABLES Lettuce Lac. to 20c. a doz. Lunches. Onions, green, ISc. to 20c. a doz. i bunches. Radishes, J5c. to 20c. a doz. bunch- Green peas, per ft., 3 cents. Head lettuce, per doz., 20to 30C. New carrots, doz. bunches, 20c.. New beets, per doz. bunches, 20c. New turnips, per doz. bunches, 200. New potatoes, per ton, Caulillower, HOC. dozen. Cabbage. 51.00 per c.wt. Corn on to 25c. doz. each. Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, C to 6jc. Fat cows, to tic. killing wethers, 6c. killing ewes. 5Jc. Select hogs, 150 to 250 Its., Live 18c. per Ib No. 1 fowl, 10 lo 12c. Dressed 12 to He. 17c. per doz. butter 20c. ers which were hanging just inside the door of his room. The police are on the trail of the watch. City's Oat Crop The city has in crop tills year at Henderson Lake and on various o.utly- ing boulevards, some 35" acres in oats, and so heavy is the crop that Com- missioner Grace estimates be will reap enough oats to keen the city horses in that particular 'class o.' feed ihroiiabout an entire year. The cut- ting of the oats will start shortly. There is a big acreage of the grain at Henderson lake. This crop w.'il save real money for the city, as hitherto i! has been necessary to purchase all oats required in foe city stables. Grain Merchants Open Offices John Billings Co., grain mer- chants, have opened their office for Ihe coming season at Fifth street South. H. S. Johnson, who repre- sented the company here last year, is again in charge. This is the fourth sea- son this company have 'oeen operating at Lethbridge, which indicates their opinion of the district. Live agents have been stationed at ah important points in Southern Alberta, with in- fractions to buy all Kinds of grain m carload lots. Mr. Johnson states that the company is ii! a splendid position to handle futures. This office has in- direct communication with the Win- nipeg Grain Exchange, of which the company are members. Quotations are received every half hour. Fresh gathered eggs No. 1 farmers' dairy MEDAL TO MRS VANDERBILT Paris. Aug. foreign office, upon recommendation of the Ministry Of war, hag awarded a gold medal to Mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt of New York, president of the American committee for clothing the wounded. In conferr- ing the medal the foreign office ex- presses appreciation of the services of Mrs Vanderbilt. "whose active sympathies have so often come to the a'id of our wounded." SPICES FRESH AND PURE The difference between good Spices and ordinary Spices, as far as price is concerned, is so little that it is very poor econ- omy 10 buy any but the very best. After using ours once, you will always for the simple 'reason that' they are much cheaper in the end. Our entire stock of Spices is of the same high grade, and in- cludes: White, Black and Red Pepper Ginger Mustard Cinnamon" Cardamom Mace" Nutmeg Coriander Sage Clcves Caraway Allspice Laurel Dill Marjoram Anise Curry Celery Chilies Summer Savory TUrkey Dressing Tumeric Mixed Spices, J.D.fliginbotbiinft-Co. ltd. The Store into a rapid firearm, firing shots in as many seconds, has been broush! to the attention of the Militia auth- orities by a Russian inventor from Winnipeg named K. Shemlreerk. who was formerly a gunsmith In bis own country. The attachments consist of- a c.ip to be attached in the usual place be- low the barrel, and a hand-grip by which the shells may be projected for- ward and ejected when fired without drawing the gun from the shoulder. not being withdrawn until the clip is empty. For repotting a rush the at- tachment would be very useful, and the under ordinary At St. Andrew's Tbe Christian Endeavor society ot the church meets on Tuesday evening 1 ject- "God's Care of Elijah.' j The Women's missionary society of the will meet on Tuesday al- Iternoon with 'Mrs. Soahy. Tbe Intermediate Christian ha- deavor meets on Thursday evening at A social is being held on Frida> evenin" at 6.30, for the members of the Sunday school ill the Sunday school 'room. At Westminster The re-ular mid-week prayer ser- j vice wilt he held on Wednesday even- ing at S o'clock'. The Women's Missionary society and Ladies' Aid of the church wrtl Christian Church The Christian ICmleavor Society of the church, will meet tonight at S o'- clock. The regular mill-week service will bo held on Friday evening of this week. Those desiring conveyance to the grounds aie asked to meet at the church at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. iseim. u.m.i.1... conditions meet on Thursday afternoon could be used as at present. OLD SERVICE MEN HAS 26 YEAR RECORD- BIG ORDERS FOR GRAIN DOORS LIEUT. GIBSON IS KILLED Out., Aug. Col. Sir John M. Gibson, ex-lieutenant-govern- of Ontario, received a today announcing the death in ba- Musk in its pure state is so radio- active Hint it held close to the body for a time, it will produce sores sim- ilar to those caused by radium. mee on u parsonage. After the regular meeting Ihe members will sew for the 1-lel- giahs. At St. Cyprian's The lunior Brotherhood of St. An- drew meets on Wednesday evening il 715 The regular service of inter- cession Wh'i he held the same even- in- at S o'clock. A. teachers' meel is will be held, immediately after the, service. First Baptist The regular mid-week service will be held on Wednesday evening at S o'clock in the church. Young People's meeting and choir practice will be held as usual on Fri- day evening at S o'clock. Mrs. Lee won the Diamond Kins with Coupon No. We are giving another Diamond Ring, with guarantee, Friday, Sept. 3rd. Boys and Girls THE ORPHEUM IS GIVING ONE WATCH TO BOYS, ONE TO GIRLS, SATURDAY MAT- [NEE, SEPT. 4. SAVE YOUR COUPONS. Cranhrook, Aug. is acain to the fore In the matter ui recruits for tire 51th battalion, now; stationed at Vcrnon. At present no less than len recruits have been sc-. cured most of whom were active ser-; vies men and all within the past cou-i pie of davs. Six men Icit, today lor camp in charge of Private W.Hohcr-; son who was on furlough in this, ern' city The names of the mon leaving! ram arc John Cunningham, Philip iu -ttic uatziel, Alexander in Flanders of his youngest son, Lieut. Ocorgc Ritchie and lienson McKer- Frank Gibson. The late Lieut- Gig-! eth Adalll Dalzicl has seen 2ii years; son was attached to the loth Battalion, j of acUve servicc and says he is ready t bavins left with the 4Sth High-land-1 [or 26 more, when the country needs n-rtificatcs as 111- ers of Toronto. Donation to Trades] Council for Sports MILK AND CREAM PURE under 'sanitary conditions from healthy cows. Phone R-312, North Letb- bridge Dairy, Turner and Wltehell, 1428 6th Ave. N. BUILDER OF BRIDGES The Trades and Labor Council had request before the commissioners this morning tor J200 for their labor day sports, on .September 8, part ot the proceeds from which will be de. voted to tile soldiers' tobacco fund. The commisslonors will give the coun. cil 0100 for these sports "as soon as the money is There Is no item in this year's esti- mates covering these sports. In 1914 the estimates provided ?20i> for the purpose, hut .this was never paid. This year the assessment committee, on which sat-represents lives of the labor unions, decided to eliminate the item altogether from the estimates, consequently no provision for any donation, and just when the money voted this morning be "available" Is rather doubtful. The commissioners set forth in their ens- wer to the Trades Council this morn- lag that it was with the consent of the representatives of the labor men on the assessment, committee that the item was cut out of the HECBUITS Wanted for 13th Overseas Mounted Rifles Lieut, -I. B. Bcdrtome RECRUITING OFFICER, WILL BE AT THE Lettibridge Hotel ON Thursday, Hupt 26 ONE DAY ONLY. and day, August 23 and 24. PINCKER CREEK Wednei- Aunust 25. Aug. 27. Saturday, .him He hclds certificates as in-, islructor of musketry and gymnastics- jot 21 years with the Scalorth landers'- and 5 years with the West, India Regiment. His son enlisted the first contingent.and is now serv-i ing the colors at the front. Mr. Dal- zicl makes the 17th man to enlist frotfi i.oco, a little town west 01 Cranbrook which has been closed up since the battalion left Cran- brook, the whole population, com- posed of sturdy lumber jacks, volun- teering .with the company. Sergeant Malcolm, who has been appointed to assist recruiting, is doing excellent work and is expected to have an- other bunch ready at the end ol the Orders for Grain Doors The heavy grain crops on the )irai- i rie have been responsible tor the I placing oi another large order for grain doors with the, Otis Staples Lumber company at Wycliffe. balur- i (lav that company rcceijcd an order; from the C. I1. II. for gram doors. A lull crew is being got to- gctl-cr ami will work day and night, until the order is completed. This is, the se-'omi this company lias had this season, having recently com- pleted an order for a like number For Ihe lirst time in years the Cranbrouk. jail is without, a prisoner. With the taking of Johnum and 1'os- ter to the Nelson jail Friday a clean sweep was made of the local house ol Correction, George Fleming at the Empress George Fleming, Lelhbridge's pop- ular baritone singer, will stag so os at the bmnress tonight, and all this wetk IION SALE Superior joality Household furniture THURSDAY, AUGUST 26th AT 2 P.M. SHARP AT 1236 5th AVENVE A SOUTH, BY w L WILSON, AUCTIONEER. instructed by the owner, who is leaving th. city, I will hot water connections; Linoleum; mcnts; Dishes; Curtains, etc. Is Your Ford Insured? We can in.ure FORD CARS Fire (including OLD for one year 2 YEAR OLD FORD CARS for on. Cars be Insured while in any building or whilst on the road. For further particular! R. V. GIBBONS Cft) PHONE 1111. SALMORAL BLOCK ;