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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta r PRINTING HERAU) JOB DEPARTMENT. J LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD f Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel in mtrerta QUALITY FIRST MEANS TAYLOR MADE _JL j: rs BREAD 5c PER LOAF Ask your Grocer for MODEL BAKERY BY MODERN MACHINERY EY THE LEAST POSSIBLE HAND LABOR, WHICH ENSURES THE UTMOST CLEANLINESS. MODEL BAKERY PHONE 1175 N. J. Apples ft Crab Apples at less than Wholesale iHH) boxes ol' Apples: Duelu'ss, Transparent and Wi-aliliy. The Duchess is one1'of ilu> host cook- apples you ean si'ct at this- linio of the year. We have about 100 larii'o luy boxes of (hese euit-.-, laiiiinsr from 45 to 48 pounds 'net' welkin io (lie box. Extra Special per Vase..............St.50 Or pounds for..........25c STANDARD No. 2s; Special per oise STANDARD Special per case NO. 2 case NO. 1 cast- GEM per dozen .......51.00 .150 boxes Crab Apples shipped io us on consignment. 'Mostly the Tnuiseemiiint variety. All hard sound slock. We Im.ve a lot of (hem a nil they must, all be sold within the.next few days. Extra1 Special, per case You will pay. more for these if you wait. 30 crates left to At per crate ..'..'.......................85c Beauty; about cases left to sel! at per EXTRA HEAVY RUBBER 3 dozen for ............................25c 1200 boxes. straight car load of Italian prunes direct from the orchards Reserve your will pay you Office: THE GOOD CO. Phoael271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 525 MARKETS WEEK IN THE CIJK In Column .Will Published Every Monday Church Announce- menti for the Coming Noticei for Thit Column Should Reach office not later than 10 a.m. Monday. Announcements of Enter- tainments -fsr which Admission is Charged "wlfl course, be accept- ed for'this column. (r At Knc- ;The -reffaJar mid-week: prayer ser- ce wlU be held on Wednesday even- ing fcdiOTring. which there will ba a eeting pf the session. The choir will meet for practice as on Friday evening. St. Andrew's The Christian Endeavor meets to- ths church at eight o'clock. The-Onward 'Bible Class will meet Jn the clxurch tomorrow evening at "Elijah's ilight id On afternoon the La- meet in the church at The'Intermediate Christian Endea- iVor will meet in the church on Thurs- [ttay evening at 7 o'clock. The regular mid-week service will on. "Wednesday evening. A meeting of the Lethbridge dis- trict of the Methodist church will foe held in "Wesley church on Fiiday jnorning at 9 o'tiloctr. Westminster t A meeting the executive of the LEpwprih League win be held in the tparsonage tonight TJie mid-week prayer service will Card Of Thanks The management of the Stam- pede desire to thank the fol- lowing firms and men for con- tributions and assistance in making the Stampede a sue- t cess Alexandra .Hotel Hotel Coildale Hotel Uthbridgt Hotel City Harness Shop Alberta Siddlery The White Lunch McKclvie'i McGuirc L Keel L. Bonn-ll M. L. Peck City Second Hand Store Lethbridge Exchange Starland Theatre Theatre Variety Theatre Orpheum Theatre J H O'Reilly Riverside Lumber Co. VULCANIZING AUTO TIRE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY .WORK GUARANTEED I. CHAPLIN A SON Old ftportlnfl Gcodi fttand, Mb St. be held evening at eight o'clock in the church. ;The first'quarterly official .-.board meeting will be he'id.in the parsonage on Thursday evening. The choir are .calling a special meeting for Friday evening, all.mem- bers are requested to be present. Ba.-itist The mid-week prayer service will be" hefd'fn the.church tomorrow even- The young meeting and choir practice will be' held in the church, on Friday evening at eight o'clock. Christian The prayer service will be held "on: Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in the church. St. Cyprian's The .W. A. of St. Cyprian's church will meet, on Thursday afternoon "at three o'clock in the parish rooms. St. Mary's The. regular service-of intercession will be.held in the .church tomorrow- evening at eight o'clock. The SL Mary's Girls' Society will meet, on Friday evening at 8 o'clock in the parish ball. TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., 'Sept. I and closing prices on the local grain exchange today were as follows: Open Close j October.......... 83% December S21" S4 May............ S3% 90 Oats- October.......... 34ii 34 September ___ 47 47 October........-...- 4514 Closing Cash Prices Wheat- No. .1 Northern 88% No. 2 Northern........ No, 3 Northern NO. 2 C. W............. No. 3 C. W............... 34H Ex. No 1 Feed......... No. 1 Feed No. 2'Feed No. No. 4............... Flax- No. 1 N. AY. C............ No. 2 G. W.............. Chicago Wheat Open September 92 December........ May............ 93 Minneapolis .Wheat September. December Good Money Burned Up A strange and unreasonable dis- trust of b a nits in general which ieii three Austrians in Hardieville to store their money in a wooden box In .tlieir shack, was responsible for the JQSB of their money' in a fire which burned down their house yes- terday- afternoon. Nearly SlOOCf in bills was destroyed. The house was burned to the ground and the con- tents ;were a loss. Fire Chief Hardy; and both fire stations answered a call and prevented the fire from" spreading to a whole row of houses adjacent. George Petranick was the leasee of the house.. He and two oth- ers lived there. Instead of deposit- Ing their money in a bank, they were n the habit.of cashing their pay checks and storing the money in bills in the wooden b'ox. Two pay checks were also turned. PENNANTS OF ALL NATIONS 15c each the Pennants of all friendly nations. These are of felt, inches, and they Hmko a" Yci-y" aithietive decora- tion for ,a For a few. days, only ,we aro selling these some before theyT are all gone. The Red Cross Drig Be ok Col, Limited 139 136 Close 92% i 8714 88 H LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, S9.00; steers, S_6.25; co'-vs, S5.25-J5.sO: heifers, Chicago: Hogs, 'cattle, LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon, lots: Wheat... Oats Barley prices: Wheat Oats Barley Pias 30 119 71% -36% CRYSTAL BRAND Made by The Crystal Dairy Co. Limited. UETHMIQOC c van. k BUYING PRICE FO3 HAY No. 1 timothy baled, too..... 10.25 No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton...... 3.25 No 1 BSueJoint........ 9.25 BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Lettuce, I5c. to 20c. a doz. Lunches. Onions, green, lye. to 20c. a doz. bunches. Radishes, 16c. to 20c. a doz. bunch- es. Green peas, per lb., 3 cents. Head lettuce, per doz., 20lo 30c. Carrots, per cwt.> Beets, per.nwt, S1.5B. Turnips, per cwt.. jl.OO. New potatoes, per ton, Cauliflower, HOC. dozen. Cabbage, per cwt., 75c. to Corn on to 25c. doz. Cucumbers, 25c to 40c. per .doz. Liveitock and Poultry Choice steers, 0 to 64c. Fat'Cows, 51rto Gc. killing wethers, killing ewes. Select liois, 150 to 250 Iks., 7Jc. Live .18c. per It.; No. 1 fowl, 10 to 12c. Dressed 12 to He. Fresh fathered j eggs 17c... per doz. No. 1 farmers' dairy butter 30c.- Reiali Orderlies, the .modern: laxa- olcanae the Bystem and Wautify the complexion. only ,by ;J. D. Higlnbothsm fe Co.. ClmlUd, The Reiill Store, boxes. AII This Week During the "Bird Sale" the price of 2 for 25c (Regularly 3 for SOc) Be sure and .'get your j guess ltd. The Friday, Sept. 3rd, to llr. and Mrs. J. M. Henderson, 809 (ith Are. Soutli, a daughter. CITY AND DISTRICT Sons of England Notice The S.O.E. W. R. .degree meet on Wednesday at S p.m. sharp. Poultrymen to Meet A meeting of the Poultry Associa- tion -will be held on Wednesday even- ing, Sept. Sth at S o'clock in the hoard of trade building. Moose Will Not Meet The will uot meet to- night but wi'il LoUl their regular meeting- Tuesday, Sept. 14th. Get Awards Will the 'winners .of .Mias Scott's prize and -Mr. R. Ibey's (of Gouriay Piano Co.) prize kindly call at 819 Gth St. and get their awards won at the Labor Day sports. St. Cyprian's Anniversary j Special anniversary services were held at 'St. Cyprian's church Sunday morning, in commemoration of '-h; j fifth anniversary of the' estab'iish- j ment of, the' church. Rev. Canon Mc- {Millan preached a special sermon to a large congregation. YOU fieed it in your kitchen Your Grocer will Supply it See that this brand is on the next sack of Flour you buy It Will Pay You Ellison Milling .and Elevator Ltd. MURUUUM Additional Sport TAYLOR TO MEET BERG Calgary! Alia.. Sept. Tay- lor lias arranged for a bout with John Berg of Spokane, who is a clever heavy weight wrestler. The match will take place in the horse show 'Ming on September IS. Some of the local grapplers will furnish the preliminaries. PROTEST IS UPHELD New York, N.V., Sept. John- son, president of f the American lea- gue, announced here" today that he ordered the Chicago White Sox and Cleveland to replay tomorrow the second game of the doufa-'ie-header won Friday by Cleveland and protested by the White Sox. CALGARY .HUSTLERS' CHAMPS Calgary. Alta., Sept. .Cal- gary Hillhurst Hustlers won the ama- .eur championship of Alberta in a. lalpitating, hair-raising, heart-thump- hg-'ball game at Mewata.park ycster- morning by a score of 4 runs to 8. Without "it" was the c'iosest'finish of any game that has played in these parts in recent times. The fans had their money's worth1'of excitement, while the Husti- ers -were putting the last man of ;he whole 27." NATIONALS WIN OUT IN N..L.U. Montreal, Quo., Sepi. cham- ionship of the N.L.U. was won today -j- the Nationals .0? .Montreal, by a margin of ja few'points over the .Mon- reala, when Nationals defeated ihamrocka, the team in the cellar po- sition, by score of 11 to 3.- The game was liull and featureless. Corn- vail, the outside c'iub in the lea- juei stariilslih the third place. The Nationals will Dlay off with tile vinner of tpe Rpsedale-TecnniSBh ser- es in thelteueen City (Toronto) la- crosse leagife, to be arranged after their final game. Tecumsehs defeated Roledales Saturday 11 to 8. Buy Your LUMBER In Carload Lots At Wholesale Prices The smallest car holds feet. "4' Almost any three or four parties can unite, and use at least one car load. Piioric or write E. R. J. Forster 626 10th Street South Piione 1793. Lethbridge Three .Ha Hi. swnrd. f in the, hay. .GENERAL ALEXIEFF Who becomes chief of staff of all the armies of Russia. IKW THE ENEMY LEAVES HTS DEAD ax fishermen got a 300- h aft-er an hour's fight GERMANY WILL DISAVOW IT A msterdam, Sept many tfilt disavow the, attack j on the Hesperian, if English reports of the circumstances are fully corroborated by her submarine commander, accorfl- ing to a dispatch from Berlin today. Germany's explanation, the dispatch stated, will ;be that.If a. submarine torpedoed the tin- er without warning, it was be- cause the U boot had left Ita base before the new instruc- tions were issued, thro.ugh the Admira'ity. 4 9 'Announce that they will Open An Office in the HwllBloelct ifi a few days.- They will engage at once in purchasing grain from the Everybody's Happy when it's QUAKER BREAD, 5c loaf Try it on your family THE BAKER Phones 37t8'Wg7 ;