Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel In Mberta 11 Taylor made iruurance good bread policy "Pride of A'berta" and "Mother's Favorite" Our bonus a bigger loaf Fresh Oysters, Coast Sealed, Solid Meats ui you got all oysters, no water, back for more. IMPERIAL MEASURE QUARTS EACH..................... 900 IMPERIAL MEASURE PINTS EACH.................. 50c Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES rhone CITY AND DISTlUC'l MARKETS Open Close 99} l.OH 3G 00} J13J. 93Jf Money BY RETURN MAIL For Cream We pan handle more Cream, and pay casb at once Ior every shipment- Crystal Dairy Co. 13th 5t South, Lethbrldge. PHONE 1576. Home Guard I Regimental Orders Premier Norris Emphatic Talk Toronto, Ont, OcL damn- able Elate of affairs in the matter of western wheat, should not he allowed to remain through the meanness of the Federal declared Hon T. C. Morris, Manitoba's new premier, who was in Toronto today on his way back from Winnipeg to Ottawa. While at the capital he said he took occasion, to teri Hon. T- Whlle something aboui the conditions of tie grain market 'He .told Mr. White he added, Uiat he had better do something immediately to make wheat tree. WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Oct. and closing on tlie E changes today were Oct....................... Xov....................... .May Oct....................... Nov. Dec....................... May Oct...................... Nov....................... Flax- Oct...................... Xov...................... Dec...................... May 441 3SJ 36; GS -1..65J 1.65 1.63 1.67J 405 36J 39 8- 69 62J 1.65 1.6iJ 1.611 This affords an oppor- tunity of obtaining military instruc- tion DT business and professional men without interfering with, their occupa- The esacutive committee wilt-meet on Wednesday' evening at 8 o'clock in the Strangers' room at the Chinook chin. By Order of the OFFICER COMMANDING. SAY KAISER DIDN'T APPROVE London. OcL German gov- ernment has, it is reported, summon-, ell Generals von der Lancken and von Hissing, civil.and military governors ot Belgium, to imperial headquarters to report personally-concerning Miss Edith CaveSl's execution. This is in- terpreted'here coaay as meaning that WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat- No. 1 Nor................... No. 2 Nor................... No. 3 Nor................... No. 4 Nor................... Oats- No. 2 C. W................. No. 3 C. W................. Extra No. 1 Feed NTo 1 Feed No. 2. Feed NO. No. 4 Feed I No. 1 N. ff. C............. No. 2 C. W................: Fall Fiction All of the ,new books of fic- tion come to us as soon as out. Our book stock constantly re- flects the latest and best in cur- rent literature. also have all of the cur- rent Literary Magazines, Fash- ion and Household Journals, Etc. You cannot keep posted un- less you read. Special Books or Magazines not carried in stock will ibe or- dered without extra charge. The Red Cross Drag Bcok Co., Limited Transferred to Coalhurst The Ihairinore Enterprise announc- es that H. T. Galbraith, Presbyterian missionary there, has been trnnsferr ed to Conlhurst. 33 42-i 39 .H 39J 39t 374 65 Cl 52 1.65 1.62 CHICAGO P.eilU Orderlies are a safe laiative even for the most, delicate woman or child. Sold only bv J.-D. Higuibotb- am The Resall Store, 10c., ana SOc'-.boies. WHEAT: The Impression here has been all that the German authorities at co Brus'sels hastened the eiecutlon lest 35.00-55.25. the Kaicer pardon Mies Caveil or Chicago: H commute her sentence, _ana__tlie_at- calsary: Hogs, cows, J4.75-55.00; steers, heifers. ogs, S6.80-J7.40'; cattle. THRESHING OUTFIT. 30 h.p. -BUFFALO PITTS ENGINE and 32 in. Cylinder AD- VANCE SEPARATOR Have run light for five seasons. Both engine and separator in good condition. Olltiit also comprises cook car, tender, wat- er tank and four bundle wagons PRICE-S2000.CO SHELDON, N. DAK. Phone N. C. Tregloan, portmaj- ter, Wrenthjm, Alberta or write L L. Trcjloan, Box 3S, R.F.D, No. 3, Sheldon, N. Dakota. COtDLTJUlt! 11B1 tempt to prevent-the-.American min- ister Brand Whitlock, from knowing that sentence had, been pronounced j until its eiecutlon, is attributed to fear that the English woman's life would have been saved. It Is not believed the Kaiser -will be pleased at any interference -with his own-prerogatives, and the opinion-is; general that von Hissing and von der Lancken writ regret their course, though probably, for the sake ot dis- cipline, nothing will he said about A officially. LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Track prices: 28% 49- MORE BIG TABER Wagon prices: Oats................. Flax................ BUYING PRICE FOB No. 1. timothy baled, ton No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton Just Arrived. .-__ I S Puppy Calces In packages and bags FOE BEST EESTJLTS Absolute Safety and Quick Keturns, SHIP YOUR GRAIN James Richardson Sous PHONE US FOR DAILY QUO- TATIONS Hyde Saimdcrs P. O.'BOX 112 Phone 1244 District Agents Taber Alia Oct. reports No. 1 Bluejoint of the bi's yields still continue to come Miied ton .._. in and it is hard to find a fanner BUYING PRICES who has not a particular field which beats others.- "Herbert Simpson, the Spokane farmer, reports bushels from 320 acres of land, which Is a little less than 50 bushels to the acre. Thos. Judson reports a yield.of over SO bushels. Another farmer, of the district who has been getting large yields Is "W. C. Ahlgrim ol Golden Prairie whose wheat has. averaged 40 bushels to tie acre- 10 acres of oats, 140 bushels to the acre; spring rye. 50 bushels to the acre- C acres of barley averaged 9i% to the acre. Bragg Brothers of the same district got an average of 57 bushels of wheat to the acre, and 109 bushfos of oats .to the acre. Will be celebrated by the. Can- adian Order of Foresters in the P. Hall Tomorrowjhursday OCTOBER Z8th At 8.30 p.mi.Sharp -A splendid program of Vocal and Instrumental solos, club swinging, .magic and optical 11- 'lullons. Address" by, the Provincial fJM v Smittr Mired tfter the Foreittr, hli U4 wr (riiBdi he may 10 onto tn to H- UM vttkwt HEIR TO GREAT WEALTH 1 New York, nameless waif in a'ioudling home to her to a fortune estimated at. JW.OOO.OOO. is the transformation wrought by the adoption of little "John Doe No. by JIri and Mrs. Finley J. Shepard "John Doe No. now about five years old, was found on the steps c St. Patrick's Cathedral one night in September, 13U- He was sent to a.children's homi 'in Dobbs Ferry, where his cbildisl beauty attracted the attention of Mrs Shepard, who -belore her mamas' 77 30 43 ass HAY 10.25 3.25 9.95 10.50 "FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per cwt., Beets, per cwt., Sl.OO. Turnips, pet "cw-t., 7pc. Potatoes, per ton, ?10 to (12. Parsnips, per cwt. Cabbase, per c-.ft.. to Sl-00. Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, Sj-Sjc. Pat cows, 4J-5C. Sheep-Choice killing wethers, GJ. Wlliug 'CWM, Select hogs, 150-250 Ibs., Live poultry, springers, 15c. Ib. Live fowl, 10-12C. Dressed )4c.. Fresh gathered eees. 35c. doz. No. 1 'Farmers' T. and L. Meeting The Trades and Labor Council will hold a meeting on Thursday evening. Session to Meet Will Want to Stay Longer E. H. Patmore left Cranbrook las week for Lethbridge, where he wll be engaged for the next two months at his trade ot steam fitter. Inspect Illustration Farms James Fixter. superintendent of government illustration plots in the west, is visiting the Lethbridge dis- trict this week on an inspection tour. EnllsU for Active Service Walter Parish, formerly a well- known citizen of Taber, but recently connected with the Mounted Police at Irvine, has enlisted with the Army Medical Corps for overseas service. Brother Dead Blairmore Enterprise: W. Kilsan-, non of Lethbridge, formerly connect-] ed with the Hlairmore central tele-1 phone office, was at Coleman the ear-1 ly part of laat week, to attend the burial oi his brother, James, who died on October S. Year for Sedition At the time of the sinking ol the Lusitania, Gustave Kohen, a German reservist, remarked that Canadians made good fertilizer, and was over- heard by a British subject, who re- sented such remarks. Gustave Kobcn was'tried for sedition at Calgary, anil found guilty. Justice Simmons sen- tenced him "to one year-ii LeUlhridee jail. ____ Imprewed With West Peter Stalker, one of the best- known farmers in West Elgin, OnL, anTa former Liberal candidate for he Ontario Legislature in -that rid- ng. is in the city witlvhis old friend Hon A J. McLean, who Is a net ve of of Dunwich, in which Mr Stalker resides. The Ontario far- mer Is wonderfufiy impressed with Al- jerta "You do things on a big scale out he says. '-1 have been Jar- mins all my life, but never saw such great crops as are to be found in the west this yearr While in the, city Mr -Stalker renewed his acquaintance with J N. Kennedy, .manager, of the erchanta-Bank and W. A, Buchanan IP., former residents of West Elgin. The Late John AnderJon Carmaneay Sun: John E. Anderson a prominent young farmer of this dis frict passed away on Sunday las after an. illness of. five or six days being the cause p death The deceased was born .n Sweden years ago. After commi his native land, Mr. Ander.o. lived in-Chicago two years befor coming to Southern Alberta. He ha tor nine years and aurn E. J. TICKNER STORE OF QUALITY AND GOOD SERVICE.- PHONE 364. 13lh STREET SOOTH Specials in Canned Goods Strawberries Hygienic 2 for 45c Hygienic .....20c Peaches, -lilbhyjs, 2 for Apricot., LiUbyJi, 2 for ...3.5c 2 for ...35c .20c Blueberrlei, 2 tins for Pumpkin, 2 tins for Tomatoes, large, 2 Joi' Tomatoes, small ...250 ...25c ...25c ...me Pork i Beans Clarke's 3 for 25c Pork Bean. Van Camp. 2.25c ClareEholm Banker Killed" Louis Eric Callahan of the 31st Bat- allon killed in action in France, the casualty list pub'iIBh- fl'Tast Saturday. Tlie late Private was a-memlier. of the staff f the Canadian Bank of Commerce, nd'-was one-of the 2G ClareEholin oys who enlisted In Lleut.-Col, Bell's attalion last November. .He ,was a latlve of Dublin, where his lext of Itin reslde.- A GREAT FACTOR IN LONG LIFE Health and comfort in advanced ars: can best ie inainUiined .by avoiding worrj' as 'ar QS possible, and adhering to a simple diet, but (if the vitality gets low, the system becomes run-down and weakness creeps on', our local'dnlgeists, J. D. Higinbotliain Co., Ltd.. have a won- derful combination of the three most successful .cod liver ex- tract and ,beef combined in VIuol, -which they .guarantee to "build up and create strength tor the run-down and aged or refund your Do Not Wait Till Winter-You'll Need the Fire Then! If. you intend having a fur- nace 'installed'lor tliis winter, better place' the order now. Takes time.to put a furnace up right, but we only put them up. that -way. Other way makes money, but also to..ln- FURNACE no trouble 'hereafter. First costs arc tola! costs. All Our Work Guaranteed, .1: iivefl nere iui j There will be of the ses- -that time ha, earned the reputatio church'at al, mtrt.wopV.nravfrr meetlnff tonight, snect, ana waoi 'the mid-week'prayer meetlne tonight. Board of Trade Luncheon The Board of Trade will meet to- morrow at '.uncheon in the Leth-: bridge Hotel at 12.3Q. _ Shekinah Chapter to Meet Sheltinah Chanter, R.A.M., G.R.C., will meet In regu'iar convocation this evening the Masonic 8 o'- clock. The M.M. degree will be con: ferred. For I.O.D.E. Fund The treasurer of the Alexander whol-new him" He was married si In years ago. his wife coming .Iron, iWeden to Join him here. -The.Inneral on Tuesday, which took place to Car- mansray, was largely attenfleii hi bis Tagbbors. Rev. Mr. Merriam, pastor of the Methodist church, conducted j .he funeral services. ________j the for J100 from the G.F. c.luh, per Mra. Harvey, from their sale oh Saturday. "THE Lure" Five Heels This play carries a moral lesson no nan, woman or child should miss HEARD IN PARIS New epochal _____ achievement: In' wireless, intcrcontln- _ ,ft Al.nngt0n sta- ental commuhicaUon was announced panj B today hy the.American Telephone and, Station ,ol' the At.-12.5t, am. "lay-, this ACT BADLY bothen. MAY ENLAROE MINISTER'S CASE UNTIL. THE SPRING .Toronto, Ont, Oct. today whether he proposed attending the opening of the assizes at Winnipeg on November VE.-P. B- Johnslone, K.C, saifl he At these aE- oy ai-i me ceuaui uufiiuo imiieu The case ot the four ei-cabinet other than Alberta. See it. It's worth Hire ..system, ministers canThe taken.'and If it Is I your while. When .yoi Sen proceeded with Mr. Johnstonel Tomorrow five reels; a probably resume his role, of chief! drama you will never forget; written with special by. Weber, author of '-Hypo- we are a nation of meat caters and our blood is filled with uric acid, saya a -well-known authority, who. mams us to be constantly on guard against their utmost to .free the bloo'ft of this irritating acld.--.bBt Illiili, ui LIIC-J _ This picture has been turned down tissues cloE and thus the 1S by aK the censor boards of in to poison, the en- become ..freak from cet tissues doff and thus the -waste is re- tie "overwork; the eliminatlve WUl nroouulj jcauu.a _ counsel'for the defence, with special retainer for Sir Rodmond-Roblin. From Winnipeg, -.however, there comes word that.it is that, at the rcnucst of the ,re her marriage tat, a e Gould. 3teps were taken! the case will be enlarged to the to adopt the youngster. assizes. by'. Lois AVeber, crlles." Both these specials at the Affects Tw The judgment In the gas case ut Calgary, It'upheld by the Supreme Court of Canada'and the Privy Coun- cil will mean tha't tho franchise in thlH city is not exclusive. That is the ruling of Justice Ives of the Al- herto court concerning the Calgary franchise. Canadian Patriotic Fund The lion! treasuser, R. J. R. Pater- eon begs to acknowledge the receiDt of the sum of 120.00'from the M.ple T.mf Chanter, No.. 7, Q.B.3., per.JIr.. Brodle, being tlie nett proceed., of the dance held in the Ma.onlc hall, on Tuesday evening, the 19lli In.t aid of the above fund; and a from Mr H C. Hwk Dank alaU. re system. When your kidneys ache and feel lumps of lead, .and you have tlngin- pains in. the Ibnck or ,the. jrlnc is of sediment, or he bladder is -irritable, ohllslng you a seek relief during the night; when you have Bevere headaches, nervous and' dizzy .spells, sleeplessness, acid nidma.fi or rheumatism in bad wea- ther get from your Bl.iarmacist aibf fnur minceB -Qt Jad: Salts; lako ahlespopnful in a glass-o be- fore .breakfast each morning and iu ,1 a few days kidneys will act fine. I This famous made rom the.l acid of grapes and lemon Juice, blned with lithia, and-has used for eeneratlona to fiu.h and etlmu: late clogged kidney., to neutralize the urinft so It Is no longer a source of Irritation, thus ending urinary and bladder disorderly Jad S.Us I. Inexpensive and not ininrei delUhtful effer- vesconl drink, no body can make a ml.lnlio by taklnB a little occasionally to keep the kd- .lean and artlve I D Hlgln hoUatn Co, United, Dnilfl.U- Unreserved AuctiotijSal? Farm Stock and Implants FOUR AND MILES NORTHWEST. OF Coaldale on 6-9-10 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5th Everything .old a. Ih. pr.prl.lor I. HORSES One GcldlnB, 9 years 6ie Mare, .Jei.le, 8 years old; weight 1400. one delding.-Jim, 8 years Orie Mare, Jay, 10 years old HOGS 6 brood sows 7-; 12 slpre 160 Ihs. ea. ,20 store hoga, ahoat ea. CBIbs ca; CKICKENS AtJOUt 100. 75 tons-of alfalfa in .tack, will be sold by the ton or bulk IMPLEMENTS Gang Plow, Dcerjng. SulkT plow, DeetJni; DouWe Disc Harrow Set of Iron Harrpr.. Jjrill, Sudey. TERMS AND jfcCo'rmlck Dluilcr _ McCormick Mower. Large GraliT Tank Wagon Lumber Wagon, nearly new Democrat Wn.go.n, -Hay flake Bundlo-Rack. Sickle Grindir Djterlng Hor.e Power Grinder -bottoms tor sulky plow 4 .eta GangfPoinls, nearly new Do Laval Cre.ra Separator 6 sot. Double Harno...' Forks, Shovel, .and other artt. all J. A. iMITfl, I joint nott. D D.