Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY Hotel Windsor BestSUiiadajtiotelinlUlRrta "Farmers, i 1- The Handling Charges on Wheat at Our Elevators this season will be per Saturday Night Specials cases, about 40 70c ONTARIO CONCORD ot in today. Price per basket........ ITALIAN cases, about -10 cases. Special TQC Per case B. C. MclNTOSH RED for eutiiis, special 5 pounds for........................ FRESH scaled', solid meats, quarts, each.............. wUw Pints, each ................................50c C. pound sack for SI.50 57 dozen Improved Gem Pint Fruit; Sealers just received. dozen Mason Quart Fruit Sealers lo arrive by express Monday. Half of these are alreadv spoken for. As we had to .bring those iu by express from Winnipeg the price is higher than under ordiuary conditions as the express charges alone are about ooc per dozen. 4Q Improved Gem, doz. The price will be: Mason, quarts, per dozen. This is a reduction of l-2c per bushel office: THE GOOD CO. Store: Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 Taylor Milling Elevator Go. Ltd. Home Guard Regimental Orders Made by machinery, ensuring .the Utmost Cleanliness, at the MODEL BAKERY Phone 1175. N. J. Schweitzer. FLAVOR AND QUALITY UNSURPASSED The Home Guard will assemble in front of the Chinook club on Monday evening at 7.30, with rifles._ The Lethbridge Pipe band, under the direction of Pipe Major Horn, will lead the Guard oa a route march. On Wednesday the Home Guard ex- ecutive will meet in the Strangers' room at the Chinook club, at 8 p.m Arrangements lor securing desirable headquarters for drilling and rifle practice are about completed, which l enable the Home Guard to con- tinue its drill during the winter months. Bv order of the OFFICER COMMANDING. MAJESTIC Sunday Mght At-9'O'clock GRAND PATRIOTIC CONCERT Given by members of the "Girl From Nowhere" Company SILVER COLLECTION Wholesale Prices I am. selling for five different sa-wmiUs and am able to Save you from to per thousand feet on the pi-ices quoted by- your local yards. Phone or write E. R. J. Forster 626 10th -Street South Phone 1793. Lethbridge Turks Claim to Have Won Victory Constantinople, via London, Oct. 2. was made hy the War Office, 'today, that the British 'jorces in Mesopotamia were repulsed in recent fighting. The report fol- "On September 27, the British re- jsumed the offensive. The battle was i very violent, and lasted until evening, j but" the attack finally failed, notwith- standing the fact that the British forc- es were four times stronger than ours." German Claim British Repulse Berlin via London, Oct. at- tempt the British to retake the ground lost north of Loos was de- feated with heavy loss, the war oi- fice announced today. Several French attacks were repulsed and a number of prisoners taken. Glasgow, Oct. following ate the results of the Scottish football games plaved today, on the grounds of' the first-named club Airdrieonians 0, Rangers 1. Hibernian 0, Celtic 4. Hamilton Academical 5, Kilmar- nock 2. Patfick Thistles 3, Aberdeen 0. Ayr United 1, Raith Rovers 1. Clyde 2, Thira Lanark 2. Dumbarton 1, Dundee 1. Palkirk 1, Hearts 1. St. Hirron 1, Morton 3. Queen's Park 1, llotherwell 4. MARKETS SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Oct. and closing prices on the grain ex- changes today, were in Close Useful Poultry Not Merely Ornamental To have Poultrj' tliat will pal- lor their keep by laying during the fall and winter you should feed them PRATT'S POULTRY REGULATOR This has a remarkable effect. It keeps "the Poultry healthy and and makes them lay at the'time that esss are valuable. 25c, 50c and Packages. 51.25 and Pails. The Red Cross Drag Beok Co., Limited WEATHER aiin. 10 42 .07 .Max. Lethbridge, cloudy 68 Edmonton, rain 54 Medicine Hat, fair (16 Brooks, cloudy...... 60 Prince Albert, fair 54 Moose Jaw, cloudy 54 Portage, cloudy 60 Hegina, cloudy..... 58 Brandon, cloudy -63 Winnipeg, cloudy.. G4 Nelson, cloudy GO Foremost cloudy U4 --_ The weather over the prairie prov- inces has been mostly cloudy, with light rain falls in many places. Forecast All and showery. 43 36 44 44 41 .13 48 .04 42 .01 CITY AND DISTRICT Court at Cardston Judge Jackson district court at Cardeton this week. May Ocf! Dec Oct S9 89 94 J Ott 30} 36} 1.57 1.5? I-35 NOT..... Dec........ O..S- No 1 C. W................. No. 3 0. W. Extra No. 1 Feed No. I Feed.................. No. 3 Feed............'...... No. 3........................... No. Rejected Feed Flax- No. L N, W. C.......... NO a c: w................ CHICAGO WHEAT Dec............................ 855- Jlaj- 1.59 1.59 39 38 37 Ol 44 44 1.59 1.56 38 Dec..................- ?H Mammoth Auction Jumble Sale In Aid of Funds for Red Cross Work be held in the old Lowes Stand, Balmoral Saturday Afternoon, October 16 at 2.30 o'cloclJ- WHAT ABE YOU ClOIMi TO SEND? It does not matter w'nat; so long as it is cap- able of being turned into cash. If your contribution only ton cents it will be as welcome as though it brought ten "Hollars. It's the spirit in-which the gift is given that counts. Bon't think your contribution is too neireboy's car ticket in Toronto sold under similar circumstances for One Thousand EVERYBODY BOOST FOE THE JUMBLE SALE! Get In touch anr member of the Red Cross Committee or, FRANK WADDINGTON, Stafford Block, Today. Winnipeg Car Receipts Today Week ago Wheat i... 1717 Oats 63 3351 38 lariey Flai 30 1 2 52 nil LIVESTOCK. PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hpgs, S9.15-SS.25; steers, cows, 15.00-55.50; heifers, Chicago: Hogs, cattle, J6.10-J10.40. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN Wagon lots: Oats .I IJarley Track prices: Wheat 29 40 Contains the active principles of fresh; Cod Jjivers combined with Peptonate of Iron and pure native wine. TONIC RE-CONSTRUCTIVE BLOOD-MAKING We hare been appointed tbe exclusive selling agents for this well known preparation in this" territory. The Store Inspected East Line Superintendent Walker of tbe C.P. R. inspected the line east- of Letb- bridge yesterday and today. Electrical Men Here K. A. Duff, western manager of the Canadian Westingbouse Co., and H. C. Berry, Alberta representative, visitors to the city this week. j Patriotic Fund Committee I .Tbe local committee the Patriotic Fiind will; meet in the Board of Trade builditog on Monday afternoon at five o'clock. Important business is to be L considered. Magrath Man Successful in Second Attempt Magrath, Ont. Magrafti joined the colors, "or rather has been successful in his second aih tempt to answer the call of King and Country. Philip Palmer, formerly of Grant and Da vies store, has just en- listed in the 82nd. Mr. Palmer .oRered his services last winter when thej Canadian Rifles were recruiting here, j but being slightly under size was re- jected. The :sccond time brought bet-, ler luck, however, and Mr. Palmer'is now a full-fledged member of the 82nd battalion. 1 Canadian Patriotic Fund I The lion, treasurer, H. .T. R. Pater- son, -'begs to acknowledge tse receipt I of the sum of from the Domin- ion Experimental Farm, ner AV. H. iFairfield, being their donation to the fund Ear the month of Septem- ber, 1915. CITY AND DISTRICT Judge Hyndman Leaves Jlr. Justice Hyndman, who conclud- ed Supreme Court sittings, here, yes- terday, left last evening for Edmon- ton. He opens court in Calgary on Monday. A New Citizen A. 'Wilkinson of the- Pryce-Jones Co., Calgary, reached the city today ta take charge of the carpet and ad- vertising department's of the Hudson Bay Co., succeeding Mr. who leaves tonight for Toronto. DEPUTY MINISTER LOSES SIGHT THROUGH OVERWORK Ottawa, Ont., Oct. tbe result of constant eye-strain since the outj break of the war, Major-General Fris- et, 'deputy minister of Militia, has been threatened with blindness. Re- cently, he went to New York to con- sult a specialist, at his old homnd on several occasions he played ut patriotic and similar 'meetings, where, his were invar-' Jubly received" with great ontuuiiMm. FURNITURE WANTED We will pay cash for articles of Household Furniture, No jnnlj; Avanted. CITY SECOND-HAND STORE '406 ath Stnjet South.