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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta c PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Windsor I Best aHaj hotel inibb I Taylor Made Flour Pride, of Alberta and Mother's Favorite Two brands with but a single aim Better Bread xtra special on Apples Crab Apples ,.I r this 'space for particulars, Monday, Labor Day; This Store Will Be Closed off- THE GOOD CO: j Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 MARKETS SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg. JIan.. Sept. and closing prices ou Uie local grain exchange today were: Ciose 34 BREAD 5c PER LOAF Ask your Grocer for MODEL BAKERY SY MODERN MACHINERY -BY THE'LEAST POSSIBLE HANO LABOR, WHICH ENSURES THE UTMOST CLEANLINESS. MODEL BAKERY PHONE 1175 N.J.'i Open October.......... So December........ SS's May Oats- October i September 47 October.......... 45 i [October December Closing Cash Prices Xo. 1 Northern........ Xo. Xorthern.......... Xo. '2 C. Xo. S C. W............... Ex. Xo. 1 feed............ Xo. 1 No. 2 Feed............. 1 Xo. 3.................. jXo. 4 t Rejected-............... No. 1 N. W. C............. 1 Xo. C. W............... Chicago Wheat Open September'........ December........ Minneapolis Whsat December.....--- 'JO December May 90s; 34 34 33 PENNANTS OF ALL NATIONS 15c each We have the Pennants of nil friendly nations. These are of felt. li'xSO inches, and they make a very attractive decora- tion for a home. For a few days only we are selling these tit iSc each. Get some before they are all gone. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited WEATHER 70 7ti 71) 70 in 78 s-i 51 Lethbriiigr, clear Edmonton, eloitdy Calgary, clear Maeleod, clear i Medicine Hat. clear Saskatoon, fair Moose Jaw, fair 71 Kegina, fair 70 cloudy Port Arthur, clear Kamloops. clear The weather over the prairie prov- inces has been mostly tine and warm with a few showers. FORECAST and warm to'-Iay a few local showers or thunderstorms on Sunday. Saskatchewan and lev, local showers or thunderstorms bu1 mostly fair! and today and ou Sundar. 90 95 Close 94 S9V S9 04 MY WILL! To pubpirniiikfno- my Will raitil the hand of Death is upon nil-, evinces_ either ice or-sliaincfiil neglect temporal con- cerns. "I'-.must not appoint tin. liiit Company to act for fore I wish to appoint the British Canadian Trust Go. PHONE 1843 .315 .FIFTH STREET SOUTH; LETHBRIDGE. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL WHEAT PRICES Track Prices- Wheat An Experienced Executor The. administratiqa-of 'a Will, cglls for wide experience .in financial and commercial mailers. This Trusl Company offers you the experienced services of a body of successful business men. They have every qualification lor Hie perfect administration of your-Will. Write for our booklet on 'Wills.' THE TRUSTS GUARANTEE CALGARY COMPANY, LIMITED. r ALBERTA Public Administrator and Official Assignee for the Judicial District! of LETHBRIDGE MACLEOD CALGARY WETASKiWIN Lethbridge office, Bank of Commerce W., McNicol, Inspector. Ballsy Wanon lota- Wheat 71 Oats 3a Flax Barlev -M BUYING PRICE HAY No. 1 timothy baled, ton 10.25 No. 1 alfalfa.'baled, ton 8.25 No. 1 B'iuejoint BUYING PRICES POR VEGETABLES Lettuce, loc. to: 2bc. a doz. Lunches. Onions, green, lag. to 20c. a-doz- bunches. Radisbes; 15c. to-20c. a doz. buncb-. 66. Breen pfas, per 3 cents. Head lettuce, 20to ,30c. Carrots, per cwt., Beets, per Turnips, per cwt, -Jl. 00. _ New potatoes, -per ton, S15.00. Gaulinower, fide, dozen. Cabbage, per cyt-., 75c. to Sl.OO. Cora on 10 to 25c. doz. Cucumbers, 25c to -10c. per doz. Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, 0 to 61c. fat cows, at to _6c. killing wethers, 6C. Choice killing ewes. 5Jc. Select hogs, 150 to 250 Ifcs.j'vic. Live 18c. per Ib No. 1 fowl.-lO to 12c. Dressed Fowl, 13 to 14c. Fresh gathered eggs lie. per doz. No. 1 tanners' dairy butter 20c. Are You A '-'T Good Guesser? Xow's your chance, tu test your ability as a guesser, and contri- bute a "Tyrolean'. Warbler" to the household, t t Drop in and talfe a chance. We'll .tell you all .about it. You cau't lose even you don't win. Sunday Hours on Labor Day 10 to to The bxaXt Store CITY AJfD DISTRICT Musicians Notice A regular meeting of A.F. of M. lo- cal No. 497 Avill-be held Sunday in the Labor Temple at 3p.m. Business im- portant. A. O. F. Meeting Court Star A.O.P. members are ask- ed to note ;that the regular meeting or" the order will be held on Wednes- day, September 15, instead of Mon- 1 day, the 6th. Kitties Will Play .rhfi. Kilties will play at the dance to he given by the Red Cross ladies Jon Monday'evening in the exhibition j ball at the exhibition grounds. Proceeds for Tobacco Fund The proefstis, after all expenses have, been paid, at the Labor day sports at the Exhibition grounds, will devoted to the soldiers' tobacco fund. Board.Meets Monday The Quarterly; Official Board meet- ing of AVesley church will be held on Monday evening at S in stead of. on Tuesday evening, as was announced. 1 Home Guard The.Home Guard held a successful drill last, night. The Guard fell in in front Chinook club and marched. to the grounds at the bar- racks. The next drill wffi be held on i Tuesday at the usual hour on the i drill grounds in the barracks. i Maple Leaf Chapter, O.E.S., to Meet] fho regular meeting of Manie Leaf Chapter -No. 7, O.E.S., will be held j on T.uesday next, September 7, in the Masonic 'hall at S o'clock. Import- ant business wilj be and a large attendance is requested. Cauoht. at -Raymond Hair J C. C. Max .Wvne and T. G. Sea- born, three men who have been drift- ing around the country attending the fairs, were apprehended at Raymond by the Mounted -Police, under the "vag- rancy act, and charged with conduct; ing a. game-of chance.- up before Suot. Pennefather, at..the Police Barracks, were remanded for trial tifl Tuesday, September 7- Miss Baltzcr, of N. has left far Korea, where, she will be-married to Donald WVMac- ITqnald, missionary. tVULCANIZIN.G AUTO TIRE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY i WORK GUARANTEED E. CHAPLIN I SON Old Sporting Goods Stand, 5th St. S Give yourself Ike grxtMt motioo-ptctutt t.you ever enjoyed! E DIAMOND FROM THE SKY" Votill be htld spellbound- in thfe fkiiittn Sec Lottie All itart Mtio( It HOW. Tonight SIR WILFRID AT NAPANEE I Xapanee, Ont, Sept. Wil-1 frid Laurier was the chief speaker at 1 a magnificent patriotic deraonstra- j tion, held here yesterday, jn the new j armories, at which iarge contingents j from Picton, Belleville, Trenton and j other piaces were present. Sir George Foster-was to have oc-1 cupied the platform, also, but, unfort- j unately, missed his train. j Owing to the 'extreme heat and suf- fering from an ulcerated tooth, Sir Wilfrid was obliged to take a brief rest in the middle of his speech, dur- ing which period W. Nichle, M.P., for Kingston, occupied the breach. GIbbard of Napanee presid- ed, and a number of members of the House of Commons and "the Legisla- ture were present. 'MR. of 1224 9th Avenue South, won the Diamond'-wtlh-No. 71267.. Starting Tonight coupons giv- en out for Diamond given away Saturday, September 18th GRAY HAIR Dr. Tremain's Natural Hair- Re- storative used as directed is guar- anteed to restore gray hair to nat- ural v color or money refunded. Positively not a dye and non-irijur- ions. On sale at J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd., Lefchbridge.. Price (post-paid.) -Write Tre'mairi Supply Co., Dept. "L.H." Toronto. f Men, women and children of every 'age, all "find Rexall Orderlies a per- fect laxative, gold only by .1. D. I Higinbotham Co., Limited, The j Rexall Store, J.Oc, 25c and 50c boxes. I of Infant The death occurred at the resid- ence of 'Robert Livingstone, superin- tendent of the .Gait mines in Staf- fordville and Hardieville, of the in- fant son of Mr. and -Mrs. Livingstone, John, aged! three months. Tlie-fun- eral was-held this afternoon from the residence to the. public cemetery, the Rev. G. H; Cobbiedick officiating. Got Minimum Sentence "Fine.me" as much as yo' want tub, sah, but Jo' cte Lawd's sake, don't send TO 13'-to' was Mrs. Brad- shaw's pathetic appeal to Magistrate Elton, when he fined her some months ago on her'second offence of selling liquor without a license. The mag- istrate warned her that the' third of- fence .would bring a jail sentence. Evidently the warning was forgot- ten, for yesterday tbe colored woman came up'.ori her third offence, and re- ceived the minimum sentence of fine and a jail sentence of nine months. She has as yet failed to pay the fine, and if the money is not forthcoming, she wil! have to do an- other nine months in jail. The" maxi mum sentence for this offense is a fine and two years. Transfer Phone1386 C artful and Prompt THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for aity and all medical and surjglcal cases (except coatagious and charges accordlni. to the cir- cumstances of the patient. Poor patients cared for free of Graduate nurses Tor ditty also provided. For further partic- ulars Apply to tba Nursing Mis sion, 413.14th St. S.( A; M. Tilleyi'SupervUpr, (Miss) ROM Cameron, Grad. T. Grad. Nurtt Lethbridge Conserva- tory of Music G. Harper, Director. low Open for Fall lerm -.Expert in all Branches. Private and Class Instruction, Choral, Mandolin and Dramatic Clubs in connection. Lectures and Recitals. Buy Your In Carload Lots At Wholesale Prices The smallest car holds feet. Almost any three or- four parties can unite and use at least one car load. t __f__ Phone or. write' E. R. J. Forster 626 10th Street South Phone 1793. Uthbridge NOTICE TO STOCKMEN We' have Stock Ranches located in the Koofenay Valley, British -Columbia; in the Crnnhrook and Fernie Districts, -Jn tracts from 160'-acres to 1000 acres, specially "picked for, Talsing live stock, with lots of open range adjoining running; untwi lnis oC shelter and-witlK portions of the'land suitable for growing .hay We have several tracts .partly developed. Parties interested would do ivell to see us, or write ADDRESS: The Lund Land elopmciit Co., Limited, WARDNER, B. C. We Have New, Attractive, and Up-tp-Date Ideas and Plans In. all kinds of Buildings to ihow you-for the aiking. ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIAL, BUT ONLY ONE QUALITY-r-THE BEST, Hardwood Floorings, Wagon etc, etc Say, you need a GOOD Screen Door NOW! We Citizens Lumber Co. Plioiio -134 16th Street North. "THE WOMAN" Feature at starland and Tuesday Salberg Grain Co. Announce that they will Open An Office in the Hull Block In a few dayi. They will engage at once in purchaiiing grain ;