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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor t a day hotelin ilberta "Farmers, Attention! Tne Handling Charges on Wheat at Our .Elevators- this season will be 1 l-4c per bjushel Thw is a reduction of l-2c per bushel Taylor Milling Elevator Co. Ltd. SPECIALS THIS WEEK CONCORD CONCORD Per Basket...................... SNOW A'o is o pounds for SNOW Per Case MclNTOSH REDS- NO. Is, per Case..............---- MclNTOSH1 Unwrapped, good quality, por Case. CAPE COD First of the season: per pound PEARS, Per Case MclNTOSH RED AND WEALTHY, APPLES AND HYSLOP CRAB FINE QUALITY. WEALTHY run, good cooking, 6 pounds for WEALTHY Per Case NO. quality, better than tfoH pay cash at once for every .shipment, Crystal Dairy Co. 13th St. South, Lethbridge. PHONE'1576. 100 SETS "Rid-O-Skid" CHAEVS, Pair FOED GARAGE On Wednesday the Home Guard ei- i ecutive will meet in the Strangers i room nt Hie Chinook c'iub, at S p.m. j Ti Arrangements for securing desirable i I headquarters for-drilling and.ritle Inractice are about completed, which I I will enable the Home Guard to con-; tmue its drill during the winter 1 months. Bv order of the OFFICER COMMANDING. Athens, Oct. 4 (via Paris, Oct. Plain speaking characterized the meeting of the Chamber of Deputies I this afternoon when the landing of French troops at Saloniki was dts cussed. Premier Venizeios accused the oppo-ition press of hi naff'wlio'were m tbe" press gallerv dlreotlj in front of the Filmier, aru e MARKETS TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg Man., Oct. and closing prices on the gram ex- changes today were Wheat- Open Close Oct. Si 90J I Jia> r___ selling its I act 'onor'to' the German propagandists Dec Representatives of opposition jour- Hay Oct oil 91' 36, 34.' 38 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 It always saves time and often saves needless annoyance or suffering. CALL 555 WE'LL DO THE REST.' The Red Cross? Drag Book Co., Limited CITY AND DISTRICT Notice to Young People Those who purpose taking the course, either in domestic science or agriculture -would greatly oblige the staff of the'Claresliolm School of Ag- riculture it they would send in their names by October 25. The term com- mences, November 2. There are no entrance requirements nor tuition fees. Flav- oct THE BULLETIN BOARD and attempted to file out m protest .They were presented from leaving ov a guard and nere compelled to he ;sov i the target of hisses and, catcalls from the crowded galleries and the noon uiVN'IPEG CASH PRICES ot tlie chambers i Premier Aemzelos won a triumph notwithstanding the :ncst o xnr attacks of the opposition, which pro- j Notices for this Column inch this Office before 12 o'clock noon an day cf publieailon Loyal Order of Moose, No. 792, meet tonight In Moose hall at S pm At the conclusion of business a general time is anncipated etc. Carpet "Athens, via London, Oct. Premier Vemzelos had esplauied to the Chamber of Deputies the cireum- stances connected with the landing of allied troops at Salonika, the Cham- ber passed a vote of confidence in the fovenunent The vofe was 142 to 03, with 13 members so lar _ voting was concerned. tested in the name of "against the occupation of Greek ter- ritory by foreign .troops." The pre- mier" did not. hesitate to accept the Tchalienge.. He gave a frank exposi- [tion of the attitude of the govern merit after which he invited the full- est discussion of the foreign policy of Greece "Some time has passed smce the entente powers .have made requests of Greece he .n reply to an in- terpellation on the occupation of Sa- lonika 'Today the} asked nothing ibut who offer Servla, Greece's ally, succor .in the event of circumstances which would require Greece .herself, under her 'alliance, to give Servia help "Great nations may with impunity treat treaties as scraps of smaller countries, such a poire-, would be suicidaL" The wildest disorder broke out. The premier succeeded in dominat- ing the situation his ming above tile tumult and clang of the Cousin of-Local Man Killed in Recent Zepp Raid Fred T. Robins, superintendent of bell He: cried "We have a treaty .with Seryia. If -we are honest we will' undone to insure its fulfilment, in letter and spirit. we are rogues may we find excuses to. avoid our obligations." The chamber, then took a recess Pte. Rosenroll Is Back in Alberta 3 Nor. 4 Nor. 5 Nor. 6 Nor. 1.681 i n 1575 Feed No 2 C No. 3 C. Extra _ 1 Feed Vo 2 Feed No 3- No 5 Feed W 1 Feed 39J 37} 3B, S7 52 4o 1 C. 2 C Dec Dec. May "Wheat Barley 1.561 99J 1001 Winnipeg Car Receipts Today "Wtiek ago WHEAT 93 MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT 93, Vinol Contains the active .principles of fresh Cod Livers combined with Peptonate of Iron and pure native TONIC 4 RE-CONSTRUCTIVE We have been appointed the exclusive selling agents for this well- known preparation in this territory. SI.00 J.D.HiciobotliamSCo.ltl The, Store (winter) (spring) 2 1701 131 20 1 1 1.04 15 1 LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Private -A: S. Rosenroll, formerly ol the Imperial Bank ol this cit) r member of the "Fighting Tenth" bat- Wagon lots: Wheat Oats Barley 70 20. 40 127 ENTRANCE TO U. S. MARKETS Winnipeg, Man; Oct. Man- itoba Grain Growers' association has appealed to Premier Borden for re- 'iler in the present conditions sur- rounding the..marketing of the. west- ern Canadian grain cropAUrging ac- cess to the United States markets for low grade grain and the opening of United States "channels of'transporta- tion to Europe. Meeting Postponed The meeting ot the members of the congregation of the Christian church, also the meeting of the official board, that was to have been held at the church last evening, has been postpon- ed until Wednesday evening, at the prayer service. All members of the congregation are urged to be present, as important business is to be attend- ed to at that time. Joins Flold E. E. Button, who has been a rest dent of Lethbridge for the past three years, dons the khaki tomorrow, and will so to Ca'igary. where he will ioin No. 1 C section of the Canadian Field Ambulance. Mr. Button has a big list of.: friends in the city, and has-taken real interest in different groups .of boys, Canadian Patriotic Fund Tlie hon. treasurer, R. J. R. Pateraon begs to acknowledge the of being the nett proceeds of the 'smoker" held in the RNWM P bat- racks on. Saturday evening last, In aid of the above fund.- -The .following sums have also been recently receiv- ed: Bank of Nova Scotia staff, Lethbridge Brewing Malting Co.'s staff, 827.38; Federated Letter Car- rier's association (city branch) a total of Tearnn Are Handicapped City teams on the CPR fire guard contracts west arid north of the city have encountered great dif- ficulty'with-mud and wet weather on the Aldereyde line. Many times the teams were mired, and several hours lost In extricating them. ..While work- mg on the line west of Macleod last week, the city gangs saved, a big oat field from destrucfou by file A loco dropped into the field, and the men worked for .two hours figutmg hack the fire that started TanantJ' Registration October 25 is the last date on which tenants who wish to a place on the city voters' list will be able to ap ply for registration on the lists Ten ants who have resided here since No- vember 1 last, may be Blaced on .the list be had from the assessor. Property owners would..lie advised in checking over the lists'to make sure that their istration is correct. E. J. TICKNER STORE OF QUALITY AND GOOD SERVICE. Phone 364. STREET SOUTH: R.H. PORRIDGE OATS Per package KRINKLE CORN FLAKES, 3 for CJv PUFFED RICE 2 for........ PUFFED WHEAT OKfl 2 for...........-.-.. CJC ROMAN MEAL Per package tWW 25c SODA BISCUITS 34ft Per paetaso....... fcWV Larae PUMPKIN Q'Bft 2 for SYRUP 2 pound w.n CHEESE pound 15c 20c WATCH DAILY FOR OUR ADS. Intercessory Service A service of'intercession will be talion, who, was wounded in the Wheat "ipres fight, has now returned to his Oats Track prices: held tomorrow evening- in St. rianVchurch o'clock. Gyp- T home at 4he Herald Job department received priTate S Rosenroll was one of Barlev a letter from his. old home in Eng-jthe first men in western Canada-, to j BUYING PRICE Fcm land today announcing that his hear his countn's call, and he was No 1 timothj baled, ton conan, Agnes Robins, a voting wo- ?ns of the_ original members of the No 1 alfalfa, baled, ton voting man of twenty-three kill- ed in Margate on the east coast of England on the 18th.of September. Seven others were Miss R6bins being the .only person to receive fatal injuries The .bombs were dropped In the residential section of the town. 76% runeral of S Brooks 2814 I The of the late Silas 114 Hrooks, who died In the last -Mon fday was held yesterday, to the public HAY j cemetery. The .funeral .service was 10 25 held hj four officials of the Plymouth. Brethern. church of Calgary, in the Viiit. city A..K. Brooke, inspector of the Ne- glected Children's department, was in the city over .the week-end. .He formerly stationed in Lethbridge with the Mounted before that was in tbe Yukon with Superintend cnt Pennefatner. late Col Boyle's battalion He No 1 Bluejomt seriously wounded during that mem- BUYING PRICES orable charge of tae lenth. m the St Julien wood and for some time it expected that he would not recover. The treatment which he received at one of the base. hospitals, and after-1 wards at the University College hos- pital, London, however, pulled him through, and although not yet recov- ered from his wounus he is making splendid headivay towards complete recovery Pte. Rosenroll, who is the eldest son of A. S. Rosenroll, ei-M.P.P., for Wetaskiwin, arrived home a few days ago and had been tendered a public banquet at the northern town at which there was. a representative gathering of business men. FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per cwt., "SI.00. Beets, per cwt.; SI.00. Turnips, per civt., 75c. New. potatoes, per ton, to Parsnips, per cwt. 41.50. Cabbage, per cwt, 75c to Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, ,5A-6c. Fat cows, killing wethers, 6c. killing ewes. 5jc. Select hogs, 150-250 Ibs., 8c. Live poultry springers, 160. Ib. Number 1 fowl, .10 to 12c. Dressed 12 to Fresh gathered eggs, 25c. doz. No. 1 Farmers' dairy butter, 25c. small, meeting hali "Mr B known on the r number of mourners were aresel Thirteenth well One Farmer's Relurnt High Iliver Times: George. 'Sines of near 'Brant has completed threshing this ear's crop of oats, consisting of 140 acres, and he is more than grati tied with results. The grain was shipped to the elevator Brant, and when completed there was the -grand total of bushels to his .credit. For his oats he.ireceived cents per bushel, or for his entire crop He states 'that he lost many bushels owing to shelling, which Big Sale of Cars Seventy-three Ford cars have been soid to the people of Southern Al- berta this season Manager Virtue of the Ford garage states that in add! lion to the above number of new cars he has sold. thirty-five second-hand Fords tiiis'year. These cars are wofth upward of SoO.OOO. Approximately 50 per (.gnt w'ere purchased by citizen's of Lclbbridge, and the balance was sold in the district. Salberg Grain Co. MEMBERS WINMPE6 GRAIN EXCHANGE Lothbridse Floor, Hull Hock. John Billings Co. Ltd. Grain Merchants.___________ 3215th Lethbridge Phone 1425 Threshing Outfits Separators, Steam Engines, and Gas Tractors Also Combination Threshing Outfits Mounted M One Truck or Mounted Separately 1173 That "Fake" Bulletin Some enthusiastic citizen with a perverted idea of a joke, pasted on tho HeiaW bulletin board on Sunday int what trarported to Se a bullet.n fiom London announcing that the British troops had penetrated the Dardanelles, The Herald was deluged with tele phone calls yesterday regaidmz was, of course, compelled to deny that there was any truth whatever in the item. The Herald has been unable to discover the person who perpetrated this foolish practical joke. -The Herald IB endeavoring to f urniBli the public ith Triable bill end Consign Your Grain to PAKRISH and HEIMBECKEB, Limited. FORT WILLIAM The Pioneer Gram Firm of the Wott Represented Ernest A. Sharman The L.thbndge.W.ybum M.QMO. PHONES OFFICE 1173; RESIDENCE 630. make tne aveiage bushels per acre. about 100 RED ROSE good letins of the war, tljring f'O and' at other times, by means of this bulletin board, and would ask that the public remember and respect the ob- ject of the existence ot this board Men, women and .children every age, afi find Rexull, Orderlies a per- fect laxative. Sold only by T D Hlg lubotham Co. Limited, The Rexall Store, Wq, 25e and bOc VirtlMUunt. ARE YOU SELLING YOUR GRAIN TODAY GET OUR PRICES! Phore, Wire or Write Ut-ConiHn Your Shlfnunto to Smith, Murphy Co. .Grain We will glvs your bmlnew quick intelligent attention. 7th Strut South, In Sherlock iuildln, (flrwnil Floor.) W. K. PORTER, Minagtr Branch. Head Grain Exchange ;