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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING At THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. J LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD f Hotel Windsor MADAM: When the grocer says it's iu-st as good as TAYLOR MADE he doubts your judgment OUR CAR FRUIT FROM B.C. ON THE TRACK 690 cases Extra Choice Fruit in car Also Large Consignment Freestone Peaches Just In Order your Preserving Peaches, Plums, Oral) Apples and Pears now. Voii will not only save money, but you will get the Choicest Fruit by doing: so. IVachcs: Ellii'iMtis Extra hciivy I'ric-e per- case I JVars: Bavtloiis. en-..' slandanl cases, per case......S2.45 Is. per 2s. per capo Run. per tuse C'rab Applesi.TrrtiisiH'iidauts anil .Florence, two good kinds; ]KT case Hijjf Tomatoes, in peach hoxes: per box ..............85C PLUMS varieties or more B. C.'s. fine per case Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 CITY AND DISTRICT BREAD 5c PER LOAF Our Sr.ad is made from th. Bert Materlili un'der Sanitary Machine, vrhlch Iniuras the Utmo.t THE 3EST IN THE CITY. MODEL BAKERY PHONE 1175 N. J. Home Guard Drill The Home Guard will drill on the barracks drill ground tomorrow night at 7.30.- Appreciate Raymond Fair t The Lethbridge Board of Trade j .will write to the management of Ray-j mond fair and carnival, expressing their appreciation of the entertain- ment and the way in which the Fair was handled. Hilarious Drunks C. Dalen and L_ JlcCorlan were! fined three and costs this morning: for betas drunk and disorderly Dal- j en in his hilarity last night attempted j to walk through a window in the j Windsor Hotel, with the result that; he broke it. He has this to pay for! in addition to the costs of the court. PRESERVING FRUITS Preserving and Pickling Ladies who aro preserving and pickling will find many of th3 necessary and useful ar- ticles required iii our Our Spices .are carefully se- lected and kept under proper conditions. Spices, etc. Sealing Jar Kings Corks (all sixes) Guinmed Labels- The Red Cross Drug Beok Co., Limited WEATHER 72 49 50 56 50 56 58 Lethbricfge, clear Edmonton, .'fair..... Calgary.. cloudy 74 Medicine Hat, rain ..76 Macleod, i- Red Deer, 75 Foremost, rain-.. 71 Saskatoon, .rain 75 M Swift Current, rain-..1 74 56 cloudy 7f> 55 Winnipeg; fair 71! 63 Port Artluir, clear S4 52 Nelson........... 69 The weather 'over the prairie prov- lias been-mostly cloudy, with rain in Saskatchewan and parts of Manitoba. Forecast AU and cooler, with showers in some localities today and on Friday. Country .Store OKPHETJM Tonight per case Bartlett Pears Different sized boxes Plums Open 88% 34 Vi 143U Close 33 89 35- I 97 95 92 37 35 35 Italian per case Gree 11 Gages, case of 4 baskets.... Other Varieties, case of 4 baskets. Crab Apples per case Tomatoes PerBox..85c Per Basket..25C SI.00 Fruits for preserving are at their best now. H. A. McKillop Co. THURSDAY'S' 'GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg; Man., Sept. and closing prices'on the grain exchange today were October December May Oats- October......... September........ October Flax- October December........ Cloijng.Caih Prices No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern........... No. 3 Northern...... No. 2 C. W. No. 3 C. W............... Extra No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed............... 3 J No. 2 Feed 33 No. 3................... 46'-2 iNo. 4.................. 1 Feed No 1 N. W; C........... 'No 2 C. W............... 13SV4 'LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, SS.40-J8.50; steers, cows, S5.50: heifers, J6.00. 1 Chicago: Hogs, cattle, LOCALJARKETS LOCAL WHEAT PRICES Wagon lots: Wheat.................. 75 Oats...................... 2" I Flax................. Barley................ Track prices: Wheat................ Oats................. flax.................. Barley................. BUYING PHICH FOR No. I timothy haled, ton No. 1 alfalfa, I No. 1 Eluejoint........ BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Lettuce, 15c. to 20c. a tloz. uuachea. Onione, greet, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunches. Badlehes, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunch- es. Oretn peas, pec lb., 3 cents. Head lettuce, per doz., 20to 38c. Carrots, per cwt., Beets, oer cwt., ?1.50. Turnips, per cwt., New potatoes, per ton, Cauliflower, 60C. dozen. per cwt., to Corn on to 25c. Cucumbers, 25c to per doz. Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, 0 to. Kat cows, 5S to ec. killing wethers, cc. killing ewts, 5Jc. Select bogc, 150 to 350 Its., Live !8c. per It, No. 1 fowl, 10 to 12c I Dressed 13 to He. t Frwh eggs lie jiet dot. No. 1 farmers1 biltWr 20c. A lyrolean Warbler Would ypii 'like- to iiave 'biie otl- itTiese beaultif ul pets? We are -sure you will, par- ticularly if it is FBEE, in We-wlH how to obtain orie Friday's paper. A very interesting gighf for the "Kiddies" (grown ups .too) is a Fathier and' Mother Warbler and their baby FSedeeHngi. ''displayed in our windows. 31 128% 3e HAY 10.25 9.25 9..2S J. Ltd. The Rexall Lethbridge Alberta CITY AND DISTBICT Bank The bank clearings for the week ending today are S32S.1I4S; as against S364.2SO for the corresponding week- last year. C, O. F. Meetinq The local lodge Of Chosen Friends v.-ifi meet Friday evening in the 3. O. B. Hall iit S o'clock. May Lose the Church I'nlrss the Methodist, church cou- preeation at Macleod can raise 200" within the next three months those who are bunting in a bargain in churches may he able to get one. The congregation had raised money by mortgaging the church property to tlie Colonial Investment and Loan company of Toronto. J laving marie a loan of that amount Ihe company is now about to foreclose, us judgment has been giv- en lor the above amount, and the property ordered sold at the expira- tion of' three months unless the money is paid. Argument on Horses If Morris Moscovitcb were in big leiaue' baseball it is altogether likely that he would be hatting around 400 per cent, and would give Tyrus Cubh and-'some of-the other mighty swatters a run for their money lor the batting honors. But Morris is not ami so Tyrus not worry himself bald-headed. The only thing Morris has been batting Is his brother s head. He hit it twice in the same place with the stnrap of a baseball bat anil it was a case of two strides and out. This was the pathetic tale told in the police .court this, morning bv Barney- Moscqvitcb, the victim of his brother's batting eye. It happen- ed thusly. jforris wanted to take in the Ray- mond Fair anil in order to do so in style asked for the loan of his bro- I (her Uarney's team of horses. Barney I claims that he told his brother that I the horses had sore necks and that they hart been out of use for three weeks and thai therefore he could not use .This excuse seemed too thin for Morris and he proceeded 'to get into mi argument. This sanie argument presently became too vio- lent for words, afthough so much noise was produced that the neigh- bors complained to the police. It was a case of "sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt which you used to recite to your juvenile enemies as a fierce defi. At any rate a baseball bat was used in the argument, or ati least part of one. Morris was the batter up and Barney must have .been the hall, or maybe he' was the catch- er, which they say is a rough job sometimes. At; any rate he got two foul tips on the dome and took thn count. With this.provocation he laid, a charge of assault against his bro- ther. Mis Worship however found that the evidence was not sufficiently clear and consequently dismissed the case. VULCANIZING AUTO'TIRE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY WORK GUARANTEED E. CHAPLIN i SON Old Sporting Goods. Stand, 5th St. S Crystal Dairy PHONE 1575 100 COAL HANDLERS STRIKE Halifax, Sept. l.-Over 100 coal handlers struck here today, demand- in" increased pay. They-had been get- ting 3D cents per hour for day anil 35 cents for night work, and askeil for 35 cents cl-y and 40 cents ni they also demand some changes working conditions _______ FBUIT BULLETIN later than anticipated. The popular Craw- ford free agara District grown about ready. Bartlett Pears. Red, Blue and Gage Plums ready, and house- keepers should ..place their orders at once. PATRIOTIC FUND CAMPAIGN Ottawa, Aug. ai.-Thcrr- ia to be another patriotic 'campaign for sub- scriptions this (all. This decision City Tenders For the Contract of C.P.R. Fire Guards LetlibrJdge city will be one of the tenderers fcr the work of ploughing the fireguards for the C.P.tt. in this district. Tils wark is to he undertak- en at once and Commissioner Grace, on behalf Df the city, is putting in a tender tixay. He figures that if the city can jet this work, the city teams and Komi of the city street men and other laborers can be used on this work, an! thus the city will he saved the necessity of laying them off. CARD OF THANKS Molloy wishes 10 thank liis frienclt who gave their assistance and kind Sympathy in his recent bereave- mentf I, DIED ON TRAIN Salberg Grain Co. Announce that they will Open An Office in the HuU Block In a few days. They will engage at once in purchasing grain from the Edward s Oi manager of the bun reached by the fund ofliculs at company, died sudden- the head office in Ottawa and Wio; failure an a train here j campaign will br got under way most, at once. Sir Herbert Ames, M. P., honorary secretary will, .leave .Montreal on feunday to visit tne has rcached the city j Rogers, son of the late Sask., Sept. Grocery Specials PHONE 1567 St. Charles Milk, 11 38 Dound Back of Hungarian Patent Flour and one pound tin of Baking-Powdor. Ono sack of -wheat'and one 2, pound tin of 20 pound sack of Sugar and 1 pound Best Looae Quaker Oats, per package. .25c .Jelly.Powders, -I for.......26c Orchard Brand Jam in 5 pound tins; each ..............50c Fresh Eggs, dozen .........25c Preserved Plums in 3 pound tins, per tin Mums, per baskei.........30c Fresh Tomatoes, pound ----5c Cooking Apples, 6 Ibs ....25c Oranges, per dozen..26c i 50o Corn, Peas'and Beans, tin..lOc Krlnkle Corn Flakes, 3 Choice Cheese, pound .....23c Huircd" wheat. 2 packets-----25c Lux, :i packets for........25e Sunlight and Lifebuoy Soap: 11 bars for Royal'Crown Soap and Washlns Powders, 2 pkts tor.....-4sc Tetley's Tea; regular 40c; spec- lal per pound Upton's Tea, regular 40c; snec- ial per pound...........35c Potted .Meats, 4 tins for. ..Zoo Herrings In 1 pound -2 WE DELIVER TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY AND ALL GOODS GUARANTEED Supina Mercantile Co. _ I HhbHdOe. 127 Flfttttith MrMt North LMhbrldgo. ;