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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor SNtiUSadayhoteliniltierta "Farmers, The Handling Charges on Wheat at Our Elevators this season will be 1 1 -4c per bushel This is a reduction of l-2c per bushel Taylor Milling Elevator Co. Ltd. SPECIALS THIS WEEK CONCORD GRAPES, SNOW, M..NTO8H APPLES AND, HYSLOP CRAB CONCORD Per Basket SNOW Ho.'is.1 3 pounds for SNOW Case MCINTOSH REDS- NO. Is, cer Case................... MCINTOSH Unwrapped, good quality, per Case. CAPE COD First of the season; per pound PEARS, Per Case 40c 25c 15c WEALTHY run, good cooking, G pounds for WEALTHY Per Case NO better than most No. Is, non-irrigated, per Case. NO. 2 WEALTHY 5 pounds for........................ HYSLOP CRAB 7 pounds for HYSLOP CRAB C9 AQ ._ Per large Case 25c 1.85 25c 50c liere by Wednesday morning. Leave your.orders now if spoken for. office Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES mine. Made by 'machinery, .ensuring the1 Utmost Cleanliness, at the MODEL BAKERY Phone 1175. N. J. Schweitzer.- FLAVOR-AND-QUALITY UNSURPASSED ,_. Home Guard Regimental Orders The Home Guard will assemble in front of the Chinook club.or, Monday I evening ut V.30, sharp, witii rifles. The tethbridse P'Pe band' llnller the direction of Pipe Major Horn, will lead the Guard on a route march, i On Wednesday the Home Guard ex- ecutive will meet in the Strangers I room at the Chinook eSub, at S p.m. for securing desirable headquarters, for drilling and rifle; practice are about completed, which, will enable the Home Guard to con-1 tinue its. drKl during the.winter. Bv order of the OFFICER COMMANDING, BRIDGE BTJILDIXG OX THE BUG PHONE FOR DRUGS You may often want. drugs when it is inconvenient or im- possible to come for them. Our Free. Delivery System enables you to have just what you you want it. Cultivate the telephone habit. It always saves time and often saves needless annoyance or suffering. CALL 555 DO THE REST. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited CITY AND DISTRICT This Week's Sig Attraction The chief attraction this week is the address on Patriotism on Thurs- day night at the iMajestlc theatre by R. B. Bennett, M.P., of Calgary. Poultry Association Meeting A meeting of the Lethbridge. Poul- try and Pet Stock association will be held on Wednesday evening, October 6, at S o'clock p.m., in the Board of Trade building. All members are ask ed to attend, as the special prize list will be considered at this meeting. September RafnfaH The rainfall lor September, accord- ing to the record at the Experimental Farm, 1.32 inches, which is not quite so targe as the rainfall dur- ing September of last year. The rains have been heavy enough, how- ever, to delay harvesting considerably in some quarters. No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern No. 4 Northern No. 5 Northern No. 6 Northern Feed....... No 3 C W Ex.-No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed Barley- No. 3 No. 4 Peed Flax- No 1 N 54 50 C Chicago Open December Maj December May Minneapolis Wheat IbO1. Close 14V, 3V j. LOCAL MARKETS GRAIN .PRICES 15OCAL Wagon-Iois: Wheat Oats Barley TracI: prices' Wheat....... Oats Flax Barley BUYING, PRICE i-1 No. 1 timothy baled, ton No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton No 1 Bluejomt BUYING PRICES Carrots ner 51 00 T ewt, ,1 00 74H 40 127 27-J W5J 42% HAY 10.2D 0.35 CoMtams the acthe pnnciples of fresh Cod" Livers combined with 1'eptonatB ot Iron and puie native wine TONIC RE-CONSTRUCTIVE BLOOD-MAKING e -nave Been apfjo'uteu the exclusive selling agents for this well known preparation in this territory. SI.00 Tke Store Wheat Grades Well W. H. Boyard, manager for the Al- berta-Pacific Grain Co. at .Monarch, has received the returns from the first eight cars'shipped from his ele- vator. Six graded No. 1 hard and the other two No. 1 Northern. Only one car was given dockage, and that.only, one cent a bushel. To Be Meter Inspector J. O.- Jones, ex-president- ot the Trader and Labor Co.uncil, is to re- ceive tne appointment, to the position of meter Inspector for the city .elec- trical department. The appointment is to be confirmed by the. Commls Mr. Jones will enter his new duties, this week, To Attend Prlion Congress Dr J. H. Rivers, warden of the pro- vincial gaol, left this afternoon for San Francisco, Cal, to attend the an- nual meeting of the American Prison Congress, which meets this 5ear at Oakland Warden Rivers is the offi cial delegate representing the Al berta government at this Important .congress He will doubtless visit the [fair while there H A Driggs, war den of the provincial gaol at Fort Sas Kitchen an, accompanies the doctor Post Office Receipts The receipts at the post office con- tinue to increase each month, al though not quite up to the record o !aat year The stamp receipts lor September total S4444 96 There were 16J4 monev ordeis issued, to the value of there were 783 ordei! paid, valued at Posta notes issued totalled 18S with a value of J624 05 and those paid totalled 526 with a value of 5102320 The month ly receipts m the office were :S v_ FOR VEGETABLES Beets, JT'ewf Turnips p-r cwt, Australian Cadets Will Visit the City Mammoth HuctionJumhleSale In Aid of for Red Crou Work be held in the'old Lowes.Stand, Balmoral Block, on Saturday Afternoon, October 16 at o'clock WHAT AEE YOF GOING TO SEXD? It does not matter so long as it is cap- x ahlc of being turned into cash. If your contribution brings only ton rents it be as -welcome as though it brought 1cn dollars. It's the spirit in -which the gift is given that counts. Dont think your contribution is too nuwsooys car titket in tforoato sold under similar circumstances for One Thousand Dollars! EVEBYBODY BOOST FOB THE JUMBLE SALE! Ott to touch mth thember of the Red Cross Committee or, FRANK WADDINGTON. Stafford Block, Todiy. New potatoes, pi-r jjfi to 512 Parsnips, per cw t SI Cabbage per owl, roc to 5100 Livestock anei Poultry Choice steerl, "iMJc Fat cows, kil'.ing :wethers, GC. tilling cues, 5Jc Select hogs, 150-250 Us., 8c. Live poultry lb Dumber 1 foul, 10 to 12c. Dressed 12 to 14c. Fresh gatterecl eggs, 25e. Ami.' No 1 Farmers' dairv butter, 25c FACES SERIOUS CHARGE Medicine Hat, Alta, Oct Ham Ridley ot Pendant d Oreille has for trial by James IP, on a aeiioui charge con nected with an 11-year old lad who was working for hlin as. chore boy. The pviden 'e taken at the preliminary hearing was of a particularly revolting .nature. The Red Cross Notes hon. treasurer, A. .I.. Black burne begs to acknowledge receipt of 316 oO, being half the sum handed 01 er bf Militia is beginning to get a re- sponse to the offer he made labt week o the eftect that whereter local units of ?D men or Howards were enlisted for oveieeas service, these men would be quartered and trained for the wm ,er at the home centres Haliburton, in General Hughes rid ng, was the first to respond Twen- ty-fhe men were all ready to enlltt lesterday, and double that number will be shortly enrolled Leask Sask, has sent word that the town is enlisting men Other vil- lage; and towns are preparing to fol- low >uit Always Sweet Quaker Bread Uniformly Good Gilmore, PHONES 378 and 1027 ivtt., aim- The nartr of thirtv-fivc Australian i Majestic from the Sunday mn a rnilar Russian Duma To Re-Assemble Montreal, Oct 4 Ronb, ex-fit) treaburci, dropped dead in, Erskme Prcsbjterian church, brool street, ab he was entering the church lectuie room to attend the gathering of clrtcib in preparation for the monthly communion service He has been senior elder for some time and was a member of CrsVmc church Cadets, who have been guests of the concert held last cit, ot Vancouver, B C tor the past sunning handed. totte Ueas four have been urged by pa for 60 years. tnotic organizations to continue the Patriotic lund He also begs to acknowledge recoint of a further don- acno ation of S3 00 from Dr Galbraith, and ation o their trip airan Canada, anil from ?23 65, two months' donation from the advices, received this da; from the, city mail earners Cadets advance agents, Mr Ernest! ___ F Shacklock, manager, and B Stu- NOTED VISITOR Sir Lyman MelUn Jones, pre- sident of th'e ;Massey-Harrls Co., came into the city from the Pacific coast this afternoon m his private car and spent the afternoon inspecting the local wholpsal? house of the company. He went out ag- ain on the 415 train to Cal- gary, from ivbesre ho will go north to Edmonton, and then east Davidson, associate aJvance man- ager for Canada, there ate large prospects ol a stop-oier being made in this city: The part) have been bent over un- der the auipices of the Western Aus- tralian Government, and with the recommendation of the Australian Comtnonv talth Government, ami each hoy has heen chosen for his scholastic ability, fitness, musical tal- ent ami moral standing While in they and their champion band ol thirt) niece? gau several entertainments lor the lieneflt ot patriotic fun'Jb and over has been handed over dur- ing the last few weeks hv thebe tal- ented lailb from the sister Dominion FIVE DIE in the souther honored when H R II id ttej were the Duke ol TYPHOID NEW BRUNSWICK Noted Montreal Man Drops Dead Money BY RETURN MAIL. For Cream We can handle more Cream, and will pa; cash it once Tor eyery shipment. Crystal Dairy Co. 13th it South, Lethbridse. PHONE 1576, Petrogiad I ondon, Oct Duma will he reassembled on ember 8 for action on the huciget and financial affairs This announce- ment Was made after tcpressntatmns Monctou NB, Oct fifth t llitillu icatli is a result ot an epidemic of, had been teceiicd from finance Min- tjphoid in this cltv occuned jester ,ster Bark, who is now in London in the of George Camero.i of Dorchester Cameion uas 27 scars old and grad uated from the Toronto unneisitl. About 40 lictlms are buffering from the- dread disease in this distnct at the.present time. Much Grain by American Ports FOUR ELEVATORS FOR FOREMOST EXTENSION Medicine Hat, Alta, Oct M Courtney, the popular merchant of Many berries, was a business in the citv, yesterday. He states that the CPU have finished the grade to Fourways, on the Foremost extension, and the shinment of wheat has com- menced Four olevatorg are being built along the new extension, at En- don, EUlcom and other points Work on these Is being rushed, so that they may be able to receive grain nt the eaillest possible moment They are being binH by the Alberta-Pacific Bl ______ r.t Ottawa and transporta- last week Hlton were, Amrncan wmtorr Habit, find Rex o! .11 ideal laxative-thelr .nessis I _i____, __, n AIK QO.R Huthrlt. an in- pcct to he In in the of a few dajs when they will plans for the intln narty'i or three wcekJ'iw. Id Jjavmson ex- poris me wim w in the course shipped was an In- will. of approximately two and inillions over the prevl- i week. aeoe %id only by J D. lllginbotham ft Co, and J D. lllginbotham ft o, uing o lOc, SScUa. working oa j. j. HIL'L TOOAY Tim photo balkli Jie New York _ building on hli vertlsement. ;