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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta I PRINTING AT THE HERAIO JOB DEPARTMENT. I LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD I Hotel Windsor Best Mi a day tote! I Taylor Made Flour Pride of Alberta and Mother's Favorite Two brands with but a single aim Better Bread BREAD 5c PER LOAF Ask your Grocer for MODEL BAKERY BY MODERN MACHINERY BY THE LEAST 'POSSIBLE HAND LABOR, WHICH ENSURES THE UTMOST CLEANLINESS. MODEL BAKERY PHONE 1175 N. J. MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN U'agou Wheat Oats Flax V............... WiDiiijez, Man.. Sept. WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES LOCAL MARKETS .68 .25 I.lT .30 and closing prices on..the local jrain were as follows: Wheat- October December May 91 October v..... September October October....... November December Clocinn Cash Prices r No. 1 Northern...... No. 2 Northern......... NO. 3 ?4orihern......... No. 2 C. W.............'. So. 3 a Feed........... -Xo. 4 Feed..............---- v Chicago Wheat Open September 93% December......... S5 MS 143'i 34-i I Qlose Mi's No to- day- 'LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Wheat Oats Flax ..-._ 1.25! Barley .364 BUYING :PRICE TOR HAY No. 1 timothy baled, ton -10.25 No. 1 alfalfa, ton-----'-.-. -.0.25 No. 1 Bluejoint BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES tettuce, lac; to 20p. a doz. itaches Onions, green, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunches.' Radishes, 15c. to 20c. a doi. bunch es. Green peas, per ft., 3 ccttts. Head doz., 20to 30C. Carrots, jer cwtv .11.50. Beecsi per cwt, Turnips, per Jl.OO. New potatoes, .per .ton, 515.00. Cauliflower, edc. dozen. Cabbage, per cwt., 75c. to Sl.OO. Corn on to 25c. doz. Cucumbers, 25c -to 40c. per doz. Llvettock and Poultry CSo'ice steers, C to 6Jc. r'at cows, 54 to 6c. killing wethers, GO. killing ewes. Select hogs, 150 to. 250 Its., 8c. Lire No. 1 fowl, 10 .to 12c. 18c. per Pressed 12 to 14c. Fresh gathered eggs. 17c.'per doz. No. 1 farmers' dairy butter 20c. 56.-10-87.6' S6.20-S7.50. cattle Kelly Not Worrying Over Extradition Country Store ORPHEUM "TOMORROW, THURSDAY. I ASK YOUR GROCER FOR "Crystal Brand" Butter The Best Fresh Butter on the by CRYSTAL DAIRY Lethbridge Phone 1576 It was learned here tdday tiiat Thomas Kelly, the original, contractor for the new par- I liaraent buildings, who. has heen New York for the past few days, has returned to Detroit Lakes, to which place he repaired during the investi- gation by the, Mathei's commission into the scandals in connection those buildings. It is -said that he is not greatlj" worried by the reports that war- rants have been issued for his ar- rest. With respect to the extradition pro- VULCANIZING AUTO TIKE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY WORK GUARANTEED I. CHAPLIN SON pin Stand, Mh St. S Apples S Crab Apples at Less than Wholesale 200 lioxos of Apples: Transparent and Wealthy. Tlie .Diu'hess is one of the. best eook- yon can .u'et at this time of the year. We have ahont 100 larii'e Injf lioxes of these eon- from 45 to 48 pounds net weight tti the liox. Extra Special i-i-so S1.50 Or 7 pounds for STANDARD No. 2s: Special per case STANDARD Special per case ,......................S2.00 NO. 2 case NO. 1 case GR.M SKA per dozen 150 Apples shipped lo us on consignment.1' 'Mostly the Trahseomlant variety, :A11, haril sound stiiek. We have a lot, of them and they'liinst all he sold within the next, few days. Extra Special, per case Yon will pay more for yon wait. 30 crates-left, to At per crate Flemish. Ueaiity; about cases left to sell at per EXTRA HEAVY RUBBER 3 dozen for Next 1200 boxes. straight car load of Italian Prunes direct from the orchards Reserve your orders-it will pay you Office: THE GOOD CO. Store! Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 525 WEATHER lill B2 60 all '59 34 32 34 37 37 38 IIS II 58 40 50 38 SS .38 i .01 .22 Lethbridge, cloudy Edmonton, clear'...... Saskatoon, clear Regiaa, clear Calgary, clear IMacleod, clear Me-iicine Hat, Prince Albert, i'air .Moose clear clear SS 18 j Brandon, elowiy 78 48 .70' Winnipeg, cloudy S3 5-1 .92! Port Arthur, cloudy fi8 34 The over the prairie prov- inces has been mostly cloudy with heavi- showers at many j.taces. j FORECAST and; cool, local frost tonight. I Saskatchewan and few j scattered showers, but generally fair j and cool today :and on Tliursdav. 1 CITY AND DISTRICT Warner Fair Warner fair wifi be held on Thurs-) day and Friday, September 16 and 17. Board of Trade Luncheon The regular Board 'of .Trade lun- cheon wi'li be held tomorrow at 12.30 in the Lethbridge Hotel. New Manager at Nanton A. L. Jenson of Canora, sue- ceeds R. 31. Saunders as manager of the Bank of Commerce at Nanton. Bath Benefits The skia should throw off certain poisons generated in the body. For the skin to per- form its functions properly, right bathing, is required. We have all of .the requisites for right bathing- Neutral Soaps .that cleanse Bath Sponger .'that aid- to tlie luxury- Bath Mils and Brushes to makefile skin Toilet to stimulate and purify the Bathe for comfort and health. The Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited Died In Washington Louie F. Schmitt of Nanton died at Pomeroy. Wash. He was. 22 years ot and his parents live at Nanton, I where the remains were interred. Thirty-five Bushel CrOp A Wilson Siding farmer estimates an average wheat yield in that district of 35 bushels to the acre. New Grain Company The Salberg-Grain Co., grain buy. era, opened offices on the ground floor of the Hull Block today. Mr. Salberg represented Jno.. Billings Co., at Lethbridge, for the nast three years, but is now in business for him- self. New Appointments The following appointments are ga- zetted in. the latest Alberta .Gazette: Commissioner for' taking affidavits, Frank G. McTighe, Woolford; Theo. it- D.uncan, Onefour; -gams guardian, Theodore Verburg, Coutts: brand reader, C. W. Lowther of Lethbridge. Attacked Policeman A strenuous resistance to the arrest of bis chum by Constable Wiggs "iast night on a charge of drunkenness, cost J. A. Sara just J20 and costs in police court this morning. Sara knocked the officer down when he was attempting to arrest tile- other man, and both1 men were brought-to the cells. AlFJhis Week During the "Bird Sale" the price of be 2 (Regularly 3 for oOc) Be sure and get your guess in. J.OJiQi The I. Ltd. Start CITY A1VD DISTRICT Funeral Tomorrow The funeral of Tim Hopkins will he held-.tomorrow'afternoon at -.30, from Jirs. Hopkins' residence, Hardfe- School Boy Injured Willie had the misfortune to dislocate his elbow and break his arm, while pole vaulting at Fleetwood school yesterday. To Give Machine Gun At the- Instigation of _Mr. Shaw, j local custom collector, the custom of- ficers of the province of Alberta will unite and donate enough" money to buy a machine gun for the overseas 'orces. CITY AND DISTRICT Wesley Choir Enlarging The Wesley clioir are enlarging for the autumn and winter .term. Any singers who desire to enter the clioir should makes themselves known to the clioir leader. Jjr. Claude Hughes. s soon ns possible. The choir will meet on Friday evening. 'Old Resident Dead The in. the city on Monday ijlary Dorcheck, aged 51 years, wife of. Stephen Dorcheck. who, ives on. Second avenue, near tho brewery. The deceased lady was one of the o'id-Umers of the city, having lived here ..for a considerable num- ber of years. The funeral was held this .morning at 9.30 from St. Pat- rick's Church. Accident at Cowley What might have' proved a very serious accident happened ou Satur- day night' at Cowley, when little Ella Hodgson was thrown from a riar and feli between the whee's, the hind wheel going over her legs. C. V. Hodgson and family -.were returning from town, when Roland Easterbrook's motor cycle, without a came up so close to the horses that they took fright and ran, and before Mr. Hodg- son could get them under control the little girl had; tumbled out and was left some distance behind. She was immediately brought back to Cowley, where her wounds were attended to by Dr. Donald. To License Stampedes The City Solicitor has been instruct- ed .10 amend the byiaw to enable the city to collect a. license- and control stampedes; bucking contests and oilier exhibitions' .of a like nature. Tiie Commissioners felt that the city should have collected a license on the big gate'receipts at the Stampede on j-Monday.. .-This was the first exhihi- Uon of this character given since the preheat license bylaw came into force In future a license wiil have to be taken out before an exhibition of this character can be put on in the city. Wanti to be Tax Collector Charles Westley, who was tax col- lector for tlie -ejty last has ag aln made application to the Commis sicners for the same position this year. He offered to do the work at or on a 4 per cent commission. Mo action has yet been taken by the City Commissioners on the appUcation. Up to the, present ner cent, of the taxes have been paid, out ot the total Blairmorie Man Honored Blainnore Enterprise: .H. Farm- er this received a letter from J. Menard, "Tale, assistant, general manager of the .West Canadian Col- lieries. Ltd., E-iairmore, in which he Fire Report The Fire Chiefs report for finally shows that the department had four fire calls and 'eighteen ambulance calls. Move No, 2 Fire Hall, The removal of No. 2 'Fire from its present location to Hall new site Just one block .farther north oil Thirteenth street, will he undertaken that he repelverf the Distin- J at once. At their meeting yesterday. .guished. Conduct -Medal for gallantry at jlie battles of N'euve Cbappeile and Ypree early in J.uly. Goad irrigation Maps E. F. of irri- gation .for the Dominion government, visited his survey.parties to the north oi Lethbridge on Saturday, in. cdm- ipany Tvith .G, president of the Board Afr, ex- great interest in the map iilr., -Mitrnoch "1- showing (he irrigated lands, the have'.no stands in the courts of the j IccteM irrigation south" When action is-taken Kelly non-frrigated lands'.In the Lethbndge will be notificl to appear in Mmcea- Another very interesting polls Evidence in the form of depo- maP which took Mr Drake's attention 'slttons will then be m one ahowlrfg the school peg and sent to Washington From In Southern Alberta, super-Imnoedd1 on tbste the case he referred to arc thr -courts tino tnen the fight j showing the relation flf population to Jpr will take tthe irritation s which have hten by the department, it- was slated 'Uiat it had been ar- ranged b) the 'opposing counsel that they should take place at Minneapo- lis instead of Detroit Lakes. Minne- sota lawyers will .he secured by both sines, as; the JIanitob'a barristers Get O'ne Year Each John Hruescki, His Honor..Judge Jackson. They were sentenced lo one year each, the sen- tence beginning yesterday. When little ones are.peevish, give Rexall Orderlies; constipation is of- ten tlie cause. Sold only by J. D. Higinbothara rCo., Limited; The Rexall Store, 10c. 2pc and 50c boxes. MOUNT ROYAL COLLEGE, CALGARY On Monday, September 13, Mount Royal Calgary, commences the fifth year oT'its history. The col- lege is noi old enough yet to have gathered about It fea- tures of some of the eastern colleges, nevertheless, in its educational ideals. In its influence on the life and citi- zenship of the student, in. the actual results of its teaching faculty, it is not one whit behind the oldest and the nest. In the recent, depart mental and matriculation examinations, Mount Koyai; College stands well up with the highest in the province. While grad- uates from the commercial depart- ment are filling some of the best po- in the province, students in the fine art department took nluo first, and three second prizes at the Calgary exhibition. The Conserva- tory of Music is in affiliation with the Toronto Conservatory of Music, and is the examining: centre of the' prov- ince for this fhstltution. NOTICE On account the Jewish holidays (New" our store will be closed on Thursday and Friday, the 9th and .10th of September. Respectfully yours. L. KBEU Western Hay and Grain Co. ,C. M. LICENSED TRACK 'BUYERS Correspondents Baird and Botterell, Winnipeg and Calgary. HIGHEST'PRICES PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF GRAIN Latest quotations at all-times direct from Winnipeg, Chicago xftd Minneapolis. OFFICE, EMPRESS TO ALEXANDRA HOTEL, Salberg Grain Co. Announce that they will Open An Office in the Hull Block In few dayi. They will engage at once in purchasing grain from the the Com ram I s si on era decided to ac- cept the tender of Smith Bros. Wil-. son, given iii 1914, for the ot! 'No. 2 Fire Mall. For reasons pre- viously stated, and also because the hall requires considerable repairs, tho' Commissioners yiought .it Have the hall removed at once, and the contractors, will ;be asked' ceed with the-work. GRAY HAIR Dr. Tremain's Natural Hair iterative used as directed is guar- anteed to restore gray hair to nat- ural color .or money reminded. Positively oot a dye and noq-lnjur- loua Oif sale nt J. O. Higinbothftm Co., Ltd., Lethbrtdge, 00 (postpaid 1 Write 4T Supply T You arc cordially invited to .liearW... A.iBaker. thi.s evening in, his "THE SIGX OP THE SON 3Ir. linker is n profound Bible strident; and deal with many prophecies relating to the present time 1 Majestic Theatre Tonight September 8th at 8 o'clock ALL SEATS'FREE NO COLLECTION ;