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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta f PRINTING I AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. J HERALD f Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel in Xitprta Qt tt> Ask your grocer for MODEL BAKERY BREAD Made by Modern Machinery from the.Best Materials, .by the least possible hand later, which ensures ths Utmott Cleanliness. 5 CENTS PER LOAF MODEL BAKERY .1175 N-- J. GOING FAST! WILL SOON BE ALL GONE Apples slid Crab- Apples we received in the car last week, and no wonder, when you consider the low'prices we are selling them for. We atiil have quite ,1 few cases and prices will be the tana all this week. -Order a case NOW. You will surely pay more later en- Duchess Apples (loud cookers, liirjjo crates. While Ilioy. liisi. era Or 7 pounds for......... 25C Crab Apples Trtinscondiuits; while Ihoy lust. per case .......51.50 Or f> pounds- Wealthy Apples, No. Is. per case Wealthy Applts, Xo. 2s. per Eiberta Peaches, Per case.................... a -stni'K'lf l'ar of lla'iiin -Prunes arriving "10 of next week. Yon will then be able to got the lines! quality nt rock bottom prices A FULL LINE OF ALL .KINDS OF.FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.THIS WEEK END, INCLUDING TOKAY GRAPES, SWEET POTATOES, ETC. COOKED COLD MEATS, SLICED READY FOR USE Roast Pork Ham with Dressing; pound......35c Ooilinl HBii.'-very choicest; pound......35c Roast Beef; per Roast Mutton; per pound..................30c Ox Tongue; per Veal Loaf; per (pound ..----................25c THE GOOD GO.Store: Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHER 35 3S 39 63 38 39 50 38 34 I cloudy (i3 Edmonton, lair 64 j Reil Deer, cloudy 69 Calgary, cloudy Macleoii, rain I Medicine Hat, fair I Prince Albert, fair f Moose Jaw, cloudy j Kamloops Saskatoon, clear ii4 33 Swift Current, fair..... 62 10 .0-1 Kegina, 63 31 .05 i Qinnipeg, fair GO -Hi .04 Port Arthur, fair 82 16 .02 j Xelson 67 -16 The weather over the prairie prov- intfs lias been mostly -cool, with j scatteredxshowers and frost in some places. FORECAST: All few light scattered showers, but mostly fair and cool today and on Friday. MARKETS LOCALJARKETS LOCAL GRAIN .PRICES Wagon ...............'......................70 THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Jl.-in., Sept. and closing prices on the jraln Ci- (Vheat changes today were lOats .25 Flai 1.17 Barley...............................30 Track Oct. Bariey Sept. Open Close ?5t- Harley Sul BUYING PRICe FOF. No. 1-timothy: baled, ton i No-1 alfalfa, baled, ton 90 92.', 804 SB" Oct........................... 1-411 Dec- __ 1 WINNIPEG CASH PRICES No. 1 Not................- Xo. a Nor.-..........'....... "No. 3 Xor................... No. 2 C. W................. No: 3 C. ,W................. Kxlra'-No.'l No. '3 Xo. d i-'epd Flai- Xo. 1 X. W. C........... .Xo. 2-C. CHICAGO WHEAT Sept................. 93} Sept.................. 83} Dec............................ "01 May MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT" Sept........................... 874 89; Dec............................ 88 May 93J 931 .....26i 1.26J .....33-1 HAY '10.25 S.25 r Kuejoint 9.25 PRICES f FOR VEGETABLES 1 i Lettuce, 15c. to 20c. a -doz. i-aclies. 1.41J i green, lac. to 1 42J I bunches. 1 Radishes, 15c. to 20c., a doi.-bunch- I Green psas, per lb., 3 cents.-, Head lettuce, per doz.. 20to 30c. 31; IS 15 41 l.'lfl 1.37 Carrots, per. .en Beets, per cwt., }1.50. Turnips, per cwt., New potatoes, pec t.on, S15.00. Caiilillower, 60c. dozen. Cabbage, per' to Cora .on to 25c. doz. Cucumbers, to 40c. per Livestocklaiiii Poultry Choice, steers, C to 6ic. Fa't cows, 54 to 6C. killing wethers, -6c. killing ewes.- .5Jc.- Seiect hogs, 150 to 250 Iks., 8c. i Live 18c. per 351'; No. 1 fowl, 10 to 12c. Dressed 12 to 14c. 98 i Fresh gathered eggs 17c. per doz. I No.- 1 farmers': dairy butttr 20c. no'j i LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, S9.00-S9.10: steers, cows, beifers, Chicago: 'Hogs, cattle, EXPORTS OF WAR SUPPLIES IN SINGLE MONTH Washington, Sept. 8.-American ex- i ports of wai supplier lUnd, 9th St. S LETHBRIDGE DRUGGIST CUSTOMERS J. D. Higirchqthim Co. Limited reports customers greatly pleased with the QUICK'action of simple buckthorn glycerine, etc., as in Adler-i-ka. This simple remedy drains the old foul patter from the iioi'els so TiHOKODGHLY ONE SPOONFUL, .at- most AN'Y CASE of conitipation, sour or stomach H so powerful it Is ustd'succesiruliy in ap- 'lqtle Adlerlka never gripei INSTANT action is surpria- CITY AND DISTRICT School Board Meet A meeting of the 'Public School Board will be held this evening. Bank Clearings The bank clearings for the past week were as against 326 for the same week last year. Bath Benefits The skin- 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 biithing: Neutra! Soaps that cleanse Bath Sponges that add to the Bath Mite and Brushes to make the skin Toilet Waters to stimulate and purify the pores. Bathe for comfort and health. The Red Cross Drug Book Limited Prospects are for Overflow Classes At Ag I School Claresholm, over one lumdieii students have 'made apr plication for admission to the School oT Agriculture at Claresholm for the lcrm'lfll5-IG. The school opens-ou November 2nd. I Present indications arc that the j school will he filled beyond its pacity. The new livestock and agron-j omy "building is about making it 'possible to accommodate approximately one hundred and sev- enty-five students in the future. The fo.l.cwing additions have been made to the stafi ,Mn Herbert W. Scott, lecturer in livestock Mr. A. E. Qually, B.S.A., instructor in-farm mechanics. Students" wishing to attend the and classes in agriculture science should make application Bonce to the principal. domestic at Band Concert Tomorrow j The Kiltie Band will give a concert on Gait Gardens tomorrow evening, weather permit-ting. __ j Canary Visitor i P. Gordon, Calgary manager of! the Imperial Oft Ltd., who is in j the" city" for a few- days, motored south this morning, with V. E. Green, the ]oca! representative.' Home Guard-Meeting An the Home Guard will be held.this evening in the i strangers' room-at.the Chinook club. The Guard tomorrow even-: ing, failing in oppposite the Chinook i club. Opens Office The Western Hay and Grain Co., of which C. H. McCleneghan is mana- ger, has opened an office in the Em- press block, to-handle the.grain buy- ing end of. Quotations are received regularly from .Winnipeg Grain Exchange. Noted Singer Coming The .management of the Majestic theatre have been successful in se- curing Bishop, the notable American soprano, who is touring aperies of recitals, given in aid Wounded Soldiers' Fund; for a concert in the near fut- ire. As soon as the necessary ar- rangements are particulars of the date of Madame .Johnston Bishop's appearance in this city- will be made public; Young People's Sermons In keephig with the season of the year and'tne opening of the schools and business college, Rev. Mr. Cob- bledick of Wesley church will speak the next two Sunday evenings on the following (1) "Aspiration a force in (2) "The kind of young' Julk Canada wants." Music will-, be given-by.a large choir under the able direction of Mr. Cla.ude Hughes. On Sunday everting, .Sep- tember 26, a monthly ser- ies special musical services during the autumu and winter wi'.I SycceMfUl Fruit Grower Another successful fruit grower in southern Alberta is coming into pro- minence in the-person of Thomas -Me- Nabb, who lives near Picture on- the river flats close to Nolan's Ferry crossing. A collection of his apples being displayed in Home. Cafe, placed there by the the Board of.Trade., His .Hibernal ap- ples, the trees of which he planted seven years ago, are yielding for the third'time this year. He has also all kinds ;of -crab apples. Plum and cherry trees he planted a year ago this spring, bad blossoms Within a month. Mr. McNabb has demonstrat- ed that fruit growing can be made a success if property.'- and carefully handled, Prepare for Emergencies You ara to need some .'Household before long. Better, take advantage of the "Bird week as it costs no more and you stand a chance' of winning the handsome' Tyrolean Warbler that is displayed in' our window. A few Rexal! Selections: Cherry Bark-Cough Syrup. .'...-.Me, 50c, Tasteless Castor Oil -----25c Emulsion Cod Liver Oil............. Cold Tablets jThroat Gargle.........25c Grjppe Pills 25c Etc., etc., etc. The Store "OUR BEST" HOUR enjoys is due only the high standard of quality inaiii'taintid a-ncl the niode.nite price at which it is sold. See your grocer-about it ELUSON MULING ELEVATDn 5 cents A LOAF YES, MADAM! WE CAN DO NOTHING MORE TO MAKS QUAKER BREAD SETTER THAN IT GILMORE SETTER THAN IT UNJFORMLY GOOD. THE BAKER Phones 378-1027 AIR RAID AIMED AT PEACEFUL QUARTERS Winnipeg, Man.. Sept. special cable received here from a London correspondent says: "London takes its fiibi taste of j real war for over two hundred years i cheerfully. 1 "As I write tbjs cable, 'sounds of I cheering comes through my window from the recruiting.- meeting, where i eager young fellows- are rushing to Ijoin ihe ranks, "Last night I was in the centre of i the enemy's Zeppelin activity-' j Nothing impressed me'so. much; as, the absence of panic, even the Every one faced the, situation 'in a matter.of fact fashion; as a long anticipated event. The ..authorities responded splendidly of the moment. 1 have no words suffi- cient to express -my admiration for the work of the-London .'Fire.. Brigade. 'Last night's air raid was' without any possible excuse of being directed B.C. MAN Vancouver, 102 YEARS OLD B.C., Sept Charles Leroy, of Seventeenth avenue; North Vancouver, celebrated his day today by "walking nine blocks and digging his winter's supoh of pola toes. He was a fairly old man when the American Civil war, in which he fought, was over. FRUIT BULLETIN Niagara District Peach season now in fuli swing and best varieties, Peaches, Pears and Plums are ready for preserving or dessert purposes. Housekeepers should not delay -telling their .grocery what fruits to order for them. Wealthy Interests Developing Peace River Resources WILL RELEASE GOODS FOR UNITED STATES Washington, O-C-, Sept. Britain Is prepared to- accept, repre- sentations through the Em- bassy for the 'rc.ease of American- owned cargoes of German anil Aus (.Han goods now held abroad by the British order-ln-council. After a was announc- ed that the confroveray H ich goods would he satisfactory fUUad within the next three or four Edmonton, Sept.. A. Thom- as, the wealthy Welsh coal king, has developed, extensive plans for (lie op- ening up of a rich coal, oil and gold deposits in' the Peace River country. After three years of preliminary work, actual operations have already begun. Three large steamers are to be built to ply the .northern water- Mic river below Fort Three test Jioltis for oil are now being dr.'.lcd near the Vermilion chutes on the Peace river. Kxtsnsivc. bituminous coal deposits farther up Mic river in the l.o he developed also. After the it is cxpcctcil a great amount-of capital will be brought in to "develop C9. NOTICE Air members I.O.O.F. are remieslr-c to.'fittend tbo regular meeting of No. 2 on Frldav Sept. nth at S.OO p.m Business important. against points of military It was purely, destructive, the wholly'peaceful civilian in. thickly populated' points. "Today's, reflect the tone of will fight more'sternly to Insure that oncfi and for a'il that which makes such outrages upon non-military centres possible, shall. be' ended at whatever coat." A woman named Mrs. .Campbell was blown to pieces at Liverpool by :i bomb that hail been forwarded to her by her thq front. No man can do, effective work iC Orderlies are an. effective laxative. Sold only by J. D. Higinbotham Co., Limited, Thn Rexall Store, 25c and :50c .boxes. Salberg Grain Members Winnipeg Grain Exchange Now Open for Business Leihbridge Office: Ground Floor, Hall Block Western Hay and Grain Co, C. M. McClENAGKAN-MANAGER LICENSED TIMC'K BL'YBKH Correspondents Baird and Bottarcll, Winnipeg and Calgiry. JIIOHKST PKTCER PAID H'OU ALL KINDS OF (IRAHf Lateit quotationt at all r direct from Winnipeg, Chicago and -Minneapolis OFFICE, EMPRESS TO ALEXANDRA HOTEL. RID ROSE good tea- ;