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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 1, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Farmers, The Handling Charges on Wheat at Our Elevators this season will be 1 jc per bushel. This is a reduc- tion of per bushel Taylor Milling Elevator Co. Ltd, Ontario Concord Grapes 40c per basket Car will Arrive Saturday Morning We are soiling B. C Sugar in 30 poimd sack for ilclntosh Apples, extra fine eating.jmce per rooking Apples. 6 pounds for Grnpe Fruit. 3 lor........... Plums, per basket Lemons, per dozen.........- Oranges, per dozen.........3UC illld PEESH VEGETABLES Eipe Tomatoes, per basket----- Red Peppers. 2 pounds for........ Green Peppers, per pound........ Cabbage, large heads, each B, C. Celery, 3 pounds for....... Beets and Carrots. 20 pounds for FLOUR AXD CEEEALS Corn Flakes, 3 packages for...... VKoman Meal, per package....... Soiled Oats, 8 pounds for........ Cream of Wheat, per package Pride of Alberta 98 lb. sack 49 lb. sack 24lb-rsauk......SOc Our Best 98 lb. sack 49 lb. hack 24 ib. sack......SOc FLOUR WILL NOT BE ANY CHEAPER w> will MS freight on orders Threshers will do nell to call and get our prices We are pajing S6c dozen lor New Laid Eggs H. A. McKILLOP CO. PHONES 1113 and Special Prices We hare some eitra flne ius> the kind to enaWe you to enjoy your breakfast, sliced, pound 25c Piece or half piece per pound 24c So.p; 2 burs tor Corn f lukei; 3 for. Me Sunlight 8oip; 11 bars ...Me 1 pouna frft pound Fry't Cocoa; pound Fairy 3 cakes 24c 24 n> Our Bert Flour and 1 tin ef Ewo Baking Powder. 'J Blue Ribbon Tea Salmon; large tins ........22: Salmon; small tins........14c 2 for Rogers' Syrup; 5H) tin Red Crou Pleklei, 16 oz. size, (Sweet Mined, Sour Mixed, Mustard.......... .....24c Eggo Baking Powder, lib tin 23c -Before buying Chicken Feed see B. C. Mclatosh Reds, Snows, and Wealthy Apples APP'" c-j go I >ww .25c MclNTOSH RED APPLES- '_ jgg No. Is. Or 3V> pounds for-............ MclfiTOSH RED Unwrapped, assorted sizes, per case Or 4 pounds SNOW APPLES-NO. 1s- CO 40 Finest B. C's, per case if Or 3 pounds WEALTHY Is, all wrapped, -ood stock, with the exception of color they are eoaal to Sl085 Per caso Or o pounds for ff jlE Good caso Or 6 pounds ITALIAN Heavy cases, per case B. C. Sugar, this week, 20 pounds WEEK END PRICES: FREESTONE PEACHES, the last of Qgg ' 30c season, per case, GREEN Large cases, per case RIPE Per basket................. TOKAY IOC Per. pound ...........T- HYSLOP'CRAB 3 pounds for '.....5Qc 7 pounds for .S2.40 Or per case _-. FLEMISH BEAUTY PEARS; Large cases, per case ONTARIO GRARES-Our first lot to arrive to- night Lowest market price. _ FRUIT perfect seal, quarts and Gem Pints just received. S1.50 Office: Phone1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-GLASS GROCERIES Store: -Phone 525 ._ Home Guard Regimental Orders The Home Guard will asseble In ront of the.Chinook ctab for com- pany drill on Friday evening at ,.30 with rifles. A large turn out s requested. All new members Till report to Recruiting Officer Bartlett, it 7.15 P.m., at the assembling place. COMMANDING. Large Seat Sale for Tonisht There has been quite a demand for seats for "The Girl From Nowhere which plays the Majestic tonight A special orchestra will be on hand. MARKETS FRIDAYS GRAIN PRICES Man Oct 1 and closing nnces on the local gram >xchange todaj -nere as fmlovs Useful Poultry Not Merely Ornamental To have Poultry that will for their keep by laying durini; the fall and winter you should feed them 'PRATT'S POULTRY REGULATOR This has a remarkable effect. It keeps the Poultry healthy and vigorous-and.makes them the time jtiat eggs are -valuable. 50e and Packages. Pails WEATHER 35 33 50 Lethbridge, clear Edhionton, clomly Saskatoon, cloudy .Calgary, clear Macleoil-, clear 7..... Medicine Hat, cloudy The weather over the prairie prov- inces has been clear and warmer. FORECAST: All West-Showers, in some localities, but mostly lair. Not much change in temperature. 72 16 89 fc 33 J 36K 184 154 lol October November December October December Barley October Flax- October November December Closing Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern No. "i No. 3 C. W. No. 30. W Ex. No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed Sib. 2 Feed .v Barley No. 1 No. 2 Feed Flax- No. IN. W. C No. "2 C. W. Chicago- Wheat Open Lethbridge Supply Company 13th 6th AVENUE. May December May _ Minneapolis' Wheat J'A 30 3S 37 36 35 54 50 44 150% Close 9154 96% 01 'A 95% LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Catory: Hogs, steers, 55.50-55.75; cows, heifers, Hogs, >; cattle, LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN Wagon lots: Wheat........ Oats 127 73% 27', 41 138'. HAY 10.25 9.25 0.25 Track prices: Wheat........f Oats......... Flax i BUYING PRICE FOR iNo.-l timothy baled, ton No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton I No. 1 BUYING PRICES B FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per 'cwt., Jl.oO. Beets, per cwt.. 41-80. Turnips, cwt., Jl.OO. JJcw potatoes, per ton, 75c. to Cucumbers, 2Sc to 40c. per doz. Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, Fat cows, killing wethers, cc killing ewes. 5Jc. Select hogs, 159-250 Ibs., 8c. Live poultry wringers, ISC. ft. Number 1' fowl, 10 to I2c. Dresseil 12 to He Fresh gathered eggs, 25c. doz. No. 1 Farmers' dairy butter, 25c To Relieve Baby's Cough Baby's coughs, and colds find best and quickest relief, we firmly 'believe, in the use of' CITY AND DISTRICT Musicians Notice Meeting of Local -197, A.-P. of 51., will be held in the Labor Temple, on Sunday, at 3 p.m. Business import- ant. ________ Citv Band Wanted AM members of tlie City Band are requestedsto meet in front of the re- cruiting offices, Balmoral Block, to- night, at 8 o'clock. Patriotic Fund Committee local To junfVfinted. CITY STORE 466' 5th Streetpth. BULLETIN BOARD Open meeting for all interested in he Order oi Yeomen to tie held in Moose Hall, Higinbotham. Block lo- lighl at 8.30. Carpet BovTing Association mcet- ng 8.30 tonight in Moose Hall .at conclusion of Home Guard drill nnu: nspcction. All Fraternal Societies nvitcd. Who Owni 'the Money? Chief Skelto'n. is looking for tlie iwner of some money found on Scp- embor '22, on the prairie near St. Basil's school, on the north side. Try Kcxali Orderlies, the modern laxative. They arc sold on a money hack guarantee by J. D. Hlglnbolnam ft Co., Limited, The Store, 10c, 25c and 60o Advertisement, I A New Manager E .31. Carson, who has been with the Calgary branch of the Great West Saddlery Co. for the past 16 years, JBame to Lethbridge yesterday to take over the management of the Alberta i Saddlery. Mr. Bier Is severing his connection Tvith the firm and expects to move from the city. f Canadian Patriotic Fund The hon. treasurer, R. J. R. Pater- son begs to acknowledge the receipt of the sum of from the Daugh- ters and Maids of England, being, the net proceeds ot the whist drive re- cently held in the Sons of England hail in aid of the above Fund. Floret Case Held Over The' charge against A. L. Floret, former proprietor of the Orpheum The- atre, of stealing a typewriter, has been held over until next sitting -of Hie Supreme Court. It is possible tljat Floret may elect ror speedy trial, .lin which case -he will appear before Judge Jackson in the'District Court, shortly: ___ Dicsuis Plans for Y. M. C. A. A monster public gathering to reports regarding the campaign to be i money for the Y. M. c. A.--will he held in the Starland Theatre Sunday evening, according to a decision reached by the citizens at a meeting last evening.' [The committee have formulated plans for the campaign and wish to toy before a public gathering. In the-meantime ah audit is being mado of all the finances of the institution. Ladlee Invited The ladies are cordially invited to attend the meeting' tonight in the Moose Hall, in connection with the founding of the Yeomen Lodge, The Brotherhood of American Yuomen are hiding a. meeting tonight, to which all are cordially invited. Mr, Q'O. Smith, the district deputy organ izer, will give a lecture on thu frater- nity. The first meeting of the Sodgc will next Friday evening in the'.lull. Missionary Leaving T T Faichney, who for the past six months, has been, the: missionary, in charge ot Trinity Presbyterian church, Hardieville, leaves next 1 hurB- ilay to resuiae his studies at Robertson College, Edmonton. Next SumtejT ov- onir-g a farewell will be held. A31 members of tbe church, are re- quested to attend. Allei'ston Harvest Concert In recognition of the needs of the people for relaxation during the stren- uou? period of harvesting, the young ladies of the Allerston. Dramatic club have economized neither time nor ef- fort for the past two months in tlie preparation, of a harvest concert for Ue o; entertaining the people o Afleraton- and vicinity, on Monday, October 11, at 8.30, p.m. _The p- gramme will run as follows: itto i-. tune a comedy, in one, act J YOUR GROCER FOR Crystal Brand" tamery Butter I Beit Fresh "Butter, on the by PSTAL DAIRY Abridge Phone 1576 AND WE WILL Peaches, per case Prunes, per case........ Red Plums, per basket Tomatoes, per (basket.... Grapes. 2 Ibs.. Apples, eating and cookini 5 pounds for .Pears Flemish Per dozen Creamery Butter, 3 Ibs Dairy Butter, per lb. Bacon, Swift's Back, lb. Bacon, Swift's Premium, ,Lard, 'i pounds for 6 pounds fo'rj.........j 10 pounds for...... Crisco, per tin Heinz Sweet pickles, uj 'less Elizabeth a L in five'acts; dialogues and re- ins by the" school children; in- es, song and musk. For the re- ler of the evening the time will ssed'pleasantly in dancing until YOUR DOL- ORE CENTS' Jail Pickles, Libiiy's, tin ...85o Ilream of pkg. ,'20e puffed Wheat, 3. for ......26o Romna Meal, per "pkg......25c Robin liood Rolled. Per bag Jshreikled-Wheat, 2 for ----2Bc 2 for.............25c Fleishman's Yeast; cakes ar- i daily. Fe'ls Naptlla, 10 bars 70o Royal Crown and G. W Soap, 12 bars for ,..45c Old Dutch, 3 tins for Lux, tins for Sunlight Soap. II. ibars Welcome Washing- Powder 2 for ____ .Toilet Soap, 0 bars for ,...S5o, in "lo Iftsidenlial District, and net 'have to go down town. [The Cert Grocery I AC iCIMMr A COLLIER. 657. A. E. KINNEA'M, 1112 eth Avenue South. 1 ;