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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERAID JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor dq hotel IB Ilkfe Taylor made insurance is good 'bread policy "Pride of Alberta" and "Mother's Favorite" Our bonus a bigger loaf Jonathan Apples, Concord Grapes, Ripe Tomatoes, Quince and New Clover Honey All In fresh, fine quality and at right prices. Concord Grapes, Ripe Tomatoe. and Quince ar. Just about over for this year, !f you want any place orders NOW. JONATHAN cur in from Washing- ton last week. Fino No. Is. ciiss No. 2s. per case' 11 quart baskets; CONCORD Fresh lot In, 8 quart ban- kets. Prico each WASHINGTON For Jelly- or Preserves 2 pounds Tor 1'er largo case ONTARIO PURE CLOVER HONEY- S' pound palls, each RIPE LAST THURSDAY AND FRIDAY ON SALE THIS WEEK. Office: THE GOOD CO. Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES rhene.ws MARKETS MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Open Close 07 9" It's No Secret! Thosejvho use it know Model Bakery Bread is superior in every detail DoYouKaowIt? fl. j. SCHWEITZER, PROP. Phone 1175. Home Guard Regimental Orders Winnipeg, Man., Oct. 25.-Opening and closing prices on' the gram ex- changes today were Nov.......... Dec........................ Oats- Nov....................... Bee....................... May Oct....................... Sov....................... 1 Oct....................... Nov....................... Oil 40 35 S 3G-! 3Sj The Homo Guard wiK assemble lor drill in front of the head quarters on Second avenue South on Monday ev- ening, at 7.30 sharp, with rifles. This organization affords an oppor- tunity op-obtaining military instruc- Kucinogg and professional men without Interfering with their, occupa- tion. A large turout is expected. The executive committees-lit meet j WINNIPEG CASH PRICES on Wednesday evening at S o'clock in i the Strangers' room at the ChinooK No j By Order of Jhe i No. '1 Nor. OFFICER COMMANDING. 03 J- 99.} g 42 .V 394. 3CJ 65 60 1.63 1.021 l.CO} 1.66 1.65J 1.65', 1.02 Autumn Stationery You probably -would not take a trip in our last spring's gown Styles change in stationery as [hey do in don't send oat letters on anything but up- to-date payer. Our fall stock represents all that is latest and best In qual- ity, texture, tint or design. The line includes Bulk Papers, Box Stationery, and Tablets with Envelopes to Match. The papers will please and a the prices, too. I 1 The Red Cross Drug Baok Co., Limited' AND DISTRICT Joins 82nd Lawrence Tullock.'a member of the Salvation Army band lor the past six years, left for Calgary this morning, to Join the S2ml hand. Mas'onic Meeting Meeting of general purposes com- mittee of North Star Lodge No. 4 .will he held in the Masonic hall tonight at 8 p.m. 12 Killed in Fire in Box Factory No. 3 Nor................... Oats- No. 2 C. W................. No. 3 C. _.............. Extra No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed Barley- No. 3 No. 4 Feed 1 ternal Pittsburg, Pa., Oct. Eleven girts'and one man are known to have .lost their lives, and a number o! the N w other employees ot the Union Box. Co. No' 2 c' w.' are missing; as the result, of a fire which this afternoon destroyed the company's factory on the North. Side. Some oj the hodies recovered were so badly burned as to make identification dilflcnlt. Crystal Dairy Ltd. Phone 1576 GRASSY' LAKE GOSSIP (From the Grassy Lake Gazette) Hay Lyons, near Burdett, had a Calgary: field of- acres of summer- cow averaged 53 bushels Chicago: w" per acre.' 156.00-511 John Ingoldsby, from sons, is now in charge of the pump- jig station at the river. His mother s keeping bouse for him. lire. Andrew Raisbeck will leave nelt week for the Old Country, where she wffl be nearer her husband, who rORMERLY OF THE R.N.W.M.P. Begtoa, Bisk, Oct. Paul jr. Tofft oi the Battalion, report- ed as kitted in. action in yesterday's euualty list, was a well-known Be- man, and an ex-member of the R.N.W.M.P. About twelve years ago he severed his connection with the Mounted Police and was employed by the ProTihciai .government as an' in- terpreter, and later in the liquor II- cense'branch of the attorney-general's department. The deceased officer was a brother- in-law of Dr. Low of this city, and also ot J. C. Low, agent of the C.N.R., he having married a sis- ter, who now resides at 213 Vaughan ptreet, Winnipeg. Beiall Orderlies are a' specific for the bowel troubles of ageing people. Sold only by J. D. Higinbotham Co. Ltd., The Rexall Store, 100, 25o, and 50c. 'boxes. WANTED 200 CABS NO. ONE POTATOES White preferred. Sacked f. o. b. Leth- bridge. Wire Quotations Quick! Dec. Slav- is lighting with the Canadian .troops in France. critical operation in the local hospital on Saturday, which was entirely suc- cessful. Dr. Campbea of Lethbridge was the surgeon. Something over will be the gross returns for Felix Gross, six miles "south of town.Jrom 100 acres ot wheat The field produced over 5000 bushels from pure Ked Fife seed, I Car lots: Wheat Oats Barley Flaxx......t Wagon lots: "Wheat...... Oats...... Barley-....... Flax BUYING 65 61 soj W. 1-65 Tfl 1.62 CHICAGO WHEAT 97 l.QH rheumatism, is usually -If you want to, get rid of take Rexall Rheumatic Remedy We are so confident it will relieve you that we offer it with' the guarantee that if it does not, we will give you back your money. The Store 1.00 1.03 XNEAPOLIS WHEAT 83 9SJ OCK PRICES SATURDAY v: Hogs, ,59.10-59.35; steers, 0; 55.25: heifers, S5.50. o: Hogs, 56.85-57.50; cattle, CAL MARKETS )CAL GRAIN PRICES ts: 47 PRICE 7G 20 42% 136 FOn HAY Sinclair Brokerage Co. past. 'Trom fifteen to twenty per dav are in operation, and the sid ings and yards are scarcely large en osgh to accommodate the passing trains at times. Hon. Archie McLean, while in town on Tuesday, promised to supply the ioca! hospital with potatoes and other vegetables for a year from the jail farm at -Lethbridge. Over 8000 bush- els of potatoes and tons of other veg- etables were harvested at the jail farm this year, as well as a big grain and fodder crop. Successful Contractors Harry Cheesman of Lethbridge ha been- awarded the contract for the rural delivery route south from the city to the Siding district. I is understood that J. Carpenter is to be the contractor for other route to the Coaldale district These routes have' been definitely established, and the post office department is now making arrangements for the deliver ies to commence. SPECIAL NOTICE To The Members of 39th Battery On and after October 25th, every member of the above battery will be welcome at my studio, to sit for a high class portrait, any style. ABSOLUTELY FREE Don't fail to take advantage ot this offer. A. EVLYN SMITH HIGH CLASS PORTRAITURE Avenue' S. .BiptUt Church Studio-906 Next to BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per ctvt., Beets, per SI. 00. Turnips, pec cwt., .75c. New potatoes, per ton, 510 to Parsnips, per cwt. S1.50 Cabbage, per cwt., <5c. to Sl.uu. Livestock ana-Poultry Choice steers, 5.HJct Fat cows, -U-oc. killing wethers, CJ-. Sheep-Choice killing ewes, tiic. Select hogs, Ibs., 8'.ic. Live poultry springers, 150. Ib. Number 1 forl. 12 ;c Dressed Fowl, 12 to ISO. Fresh gathered eggs 35c doz Iso 1 Farmers dairv butter S6c GEN. VON EICHORN One of Von Hindenburg's subordin- ates who is reported to have lost his command 'because he failed to cap- ture any of the Russian fortresses around Vilna. Nanton Farmer Dead Samuel Lehman died at his homo northeast of Nanton on the Little Bow. He was a native of Ontario, .and had lived in the district for ten years. St. Augustin's Men's Social The first meeting of the season of j the St. Augustin's Men's society will jbe held tonight at S o'clock in the i club rooms. Sheep From the South Country P. Burns Co., Ltd., Lethbridge, j shipped in on Friday one train load of, i sheep. Part of the shipment cumo j 'from the Blarney Castle-ranch, Sweet! Grass, and the from John Chipman, Milk River. Moose Meeting The Loyal Order of Moose dance committee will meet tonight in Moose liall at 7.-15. Regular business meet- ing Tuesday, S p.m. All members ur- gently requested to be present. At. -he conclusion, carpet ball and re- freshments and a general musical pro- gramme will be rendered. 13th at Medicine Hat That the 13th C.M.B. will winter in Medicine Hat is the positive state- ment published in the News-Telegram. The information was secured from Col. Cruikshank, the D.O.C., who has just returned from Ottawa. It sets at rest''rumors that Red Deer and Lethbridge were to get a part of the regiment. Bible Lecture Tonight An illustrated lecture ou "How We Got Our will be given tonight in Wesley hall by the Rev. H. G. Marr, B A., provincial secretary of the Can- adian Bible at 8 o'dock. 411 the youne people's organizations in the city contemplate attending, and the public are generally invited. The Bible society executive will meet at 7.15 in the church parior. Cadets Were Dined Previous to their departure for Medicine Hat this afternoon, the Aus traian Cadets were entertained at lun cheoa by the ladies of the Red Cross, in the basement of .Knox church. Those who sDoke were Judge Jack- sou president" of the Red Cross com- ittee -here; Mayor Hardie and J. B Hodgson. Lieut. Simon, commanding the Cadets, said a few words of kind- iv farewell to those present; Pupils Tell of Zepp Raid I Forty pupils of Westminster schoo ire learning, through the medium of intimate correspondence with forty pupils of the school at Aldeb.ui-g-on- Sea, England, just what it means to be in danger of a Zeppelin raid at any 1 minute. Recent correspondence re- ceived from these pupils tell of a .Zep- penn raid which visited the town re- cently, and the pupils also tell of hav- ing-seen a steamer torpedoed 'a short distance off the coast. Principal Riches of Westminster is so pleased I with this experiment and its results that he is endeavoring to secure cor- I respondents for his pupils in Austra- lian schools. Lecture on Bible Rev C. H. Marr, provincial secre- tary'of the Canadian Bible associa- tion, is in the city, and occupied the Wesley church in the morn- ing and Knox church in the evening. In .each oaso he gave a very concise address on' the Bible, and what it meant to the church and the people. He is well versed in this line, and gave a most interesting'talk on the Great He is to give an illus- trated lecture on "How We Got O.ur hall tonight at 8. o'- clock. All the young people's socle- ties are attending, and the pubic gen- E; J. TICKNER .STORE OF QUALITY AND GOOD SERVICE. PHONE 364. 204 13th STREET SOUTH I Specials in Canned Goods Strawberries Hygienic 2 for 45c Raspberries, Hygienic Peaches, 2-for Apricots, LJbhy's, 2 for Pineapple, Libby's, 2 for Cherries, Libby's ,.20c .35c ,.35c ,.35c. ..200 Blueberries, 2 tins for .....25e Pumpkin, 2 tins for .......2Bo Tomatoes, large, 2 for .....25s Tomatoes, small............10c Pork Beans Clarke's 3 for 25c Pork 4 Beam Van tamp, 2.25C A Crowning Succosj IS QUAKER BREAD UNIFORMLY GOOD SWEET LIGHT WHOLESOME We can do Nothing More to Make QUAKER BREAD BETTER THAN IT IS COL. J. A. ROBERTS Commandant of, the Toronto IJni- Hospital who has been asslfned to Mediterranean duty, prob- ablJlhe Dartlantllca. 25th ANNIVERSARY vV'ill celebrated by the Can- adian Order of Foresters in the K. of P.; Hall' Next Thursday OCTOBER 28th At 8.30 p.m. Sharp A splendid program of Vocal and Instrumental solos, club swinging, magic! and optical il- lusions. 'N, AddreBB by Provincial. Organizer. Supper served after the en- tertainment. Every Forester and his fam- ily are requested) to attend with- out fall.' erally is invited. FARMER SCORES' IN GRAIN CASE GILMORE, Phones FURNACE TALK NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE YOUR REPAIRED- COLD WEATHER SETS IN. George R. Dixon Co. PHONE SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR. BOX 534 Winnipeg, the case of John MacNeish, farmer of Watrous, against the Acme Grain Co. of Win- nipeg, the Dominion Grain Commls aiun decidiid at its session at the city hall'that the company must pay Mr. MacNclsh at the rate of Jl.60.per a cirlond of grain of 1399 bushels, which he sold last May 21. I Mr. MacNeish was offered only per bushel for his .grain, which wont through the hands of a commissioner, i and he appealed against tho ruling of i the company on the ground that grain. 'at the date of sale was selling at i a The Commission upheld hU conten- ruled that ono per.cent per I bushel should be (iilwi! for luc GRAIN .COMMISSION IS PROM MISSOURI CHARGES Winnipeg, Oct. the end of tlA sitting of the Canada Grain Chairman Magill made the following niling: "The statements of the Alberta Pac- ific Grain Co. have made it necessary for the commission to require them to for the commission to jeiiuue M.um APPEAL show that 114 cents per bushel is a duce evidence to the commission ai to why they consider gram cannot hi profitably handled for leas than cents the bushel., "Any elevator company must navi the special permission ot the commls sion to reduce their charges at an: point below 1% cents. Otherwise thj tariff on their whole lino ot house; will be reduced to tho low rate whlcl they have mado.at one house. sufficient charge lor the genera'; handling of grain in country clevat- Opening Dance Ai, COALDALE Tuesday, 26th October A Good' Floor and Good Music ;