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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING THE HSRALO JOS DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD f Hotel Windsor I I Ask your grocer for MODEL BAKERY BREAD Made by Modern Machinery from the Bert Materials, by the least possible hand''labor, which ensures the Utmost Cleanliness. 5 CENTS PER.LOAF MODEL BAKERY PHONE 1175 N.'J. GOING FAST! WILL SOON BE ALL GONE The ,nd Crab Aopl.s we received in the car last week, and no wonder, when you consider the low prices we are selling them for. We still have quite a few cases and will be the same all this week. Order a case NOW. You will surely pay more later on. Duchess Apples cookers, laru'e liur f rates, they last, crate. xiumls for..........E5C Wealthy Apples, Xo. Is. per case Wealthy Apples, Xo. 2s, per case..........52.00 Crab Apples Ti'iUiset'mlaitls: vvhile they Spefial per case Or f> pounds Cor Elberta Peaches, Freestones- 25c We have'n straight'car of Italian. Prunes arriving the" he.ii'innuio' of next week. You will then be able to five lines! quality at 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 HEADY FOR USE Roast Porli Ham with Dressing: pound......35c Dolled Ham.' very'choicest; Roast Beef; per pound....................30c Gs Tongue; per pound ..............'.......65c per pound......35c ................30c Hoast .Mutton; per pound Veal Loaf; per-pounds................ Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 The Popularity That "OUR BEST" "enjoys is due only to (he high standard of .quality maintained and the moderate price. at which" it is sold. Hee your grocer about it- '-NOW'" ElllSON MIUING OTOR CO, WEATHER 54 35 56' ciO 51) 40 5S 62 M BO 70 "0 59 67 OS 3n so S3 30 34 36 46 4S 43 10 42 42 .06 .06 i .06 I Lethbridge. cloudy I clear .Calgary, cloudy Medicine Hat. fair Maeleod. cloudy Red Deer i Saskatoon, cloudy i Regina........... Moose Jaw, clear.. i Brandon, fair.. Winnipeg, clear i Port Arthur, cloudy I Nelson............ Grand Forks...... j Kamloops Penticton The weather over the prairie prov- j inces lias been partly cloudy and cool j scattered showers at many i 1 places. Forecast I All and cool today and frost tonight MARKETS FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES -Winnipeg, Man., Sept. and closing prices on the grain ex- changes 'today were Dec........................ LOCALJVIARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wheat 72 25 H7 Barley................. 30 -Track prices I October wteai 72 Open Close j S5{ S5t Ma, Barley- Sept. Oct; Oci Kov Dec. 31 34' 1 BUYING--PRICE FOR IXo. .1 .timotliy haled, ton I No. I: baled, ion----- 1 Bluejoint...... OOy BUYING PRICES FOR 35 HAY 10.25 9.25 9.25 1.43 1.12 1.42 1.43 WINNIPEG .CASH PRICES Ko. 1 Nor................... 94 i Xo. 3 Ivor................... 88 Ko. 2 C.'IY................. 36! Jio. 35? Extra No. 1 Feed 35} Ko. 1 Feed 34J Ko. 3 491 Xo. I 46 4U Flax- No. 1 X. XV. C........... C. W. CHICAGO WHEAT 95J Sept. pec. jfay MINNEAPOLIS WHKAT Sept.............. 90 Dec............................ 904 1.41 1.38 W 91 97J 30c. VEGETABLES Lettuce, 15c. to 20c. a doz.-bunches. Onions, green! "15'c. to 20c; a doz. bunches. Radishes, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunch- es. Green peas, per 3 cents. Head let.jce, per doz., 20to Carrots, ner cwt.; Beets, per cwt', Turnips, Jl.OO. New potatoes, per ton, Cauliflower, efJc.'-'dozeD. Cabbage, per' cwt., 7nc. to Corn on 'to 256.' doz. Cucumbers, 25c to'40c. per doz.- 'arid Poultry Choice 'steers, G to GJc. cows, flA to 6c. killing wethers, 6c: killing ewes. 54c. Select hois, 150 to 250 Its., 8c. Live 18c. per Xo. 'JO to 12c. Dressed 12 to 14c. Fresh eathered eggs 17c. per doz. 1 dairy butUr 20c. LIVESTOCK- PRICES' YESTERDAY Calgary: steers, 5fl 25- cows, S5.25? heifers. 56.00. Ciiiesgo: cattle, SC.10-J10.25. CITir AND DISTRICT Land Office Inspector. J. W. inspector 01' Domin- ion land offices, is in the city today on his trip of inspection, from Cal- gary. Royalty Collector 0. S. Finnie, collector or coal roy- j altiea Cor the Dominion is in the city todsy _ i READ ABOUT IT IN THE PAPERS BUY IT HERE In tiie magazines and papers you read the advertisements of articles, Toilet Preparations and Medicines, and you feel that you would like to get some these if you knew where to go. Our stock contains nearly all of the widely advertised arti- cles, and we will be glad to show you theni .at' all limes. H we do not .happen to have the article you want, we shall be very glad--to" gpt H for you. The Red Cross Drug Book Limited A.. G. SPAULDING DEAD San Diego, Cal., Sept. A. G. Spaulding of the firm of A. G. Spaulding ft Co., sporting goods supplies, is dead. Attend Synod j Dr. C. F. P. Conybeare, K.G., wfil.l attend the Anglican _ Synod at Toron- to as chancellor from the diocese of j Calgary. In Grace is in Calgary today interviewing C.P.R. officials re- garding thi; contract'for fire guard ploughing for the railway company in this district, for which work tht j city is one of the tenderers, as iigunced last week. Is Out of Danger Westley JicCann, son of John Me j Cann of Coaldale, who has been con- j fined to his home with a severe at-j tack of diptheria, has .progressed far- j orably, and is now out of danger, Promoted to Mananer Mr. II. Shurtlefi of the Bank ol Commerce at Pincher for- i merly connected with the bank here, expects to leave'for the east shortly to take a position as manager .of a branch. The Supplying Ministers following ministers .will sup- ply in the pulpits of St. Augustin's Cliurch in the morning and St. Cyp- rian's in the evening, during: the ab- sence of Rev. Canon Murrel-Wrigbt ,._ Home Guard Regimental Orders J Br.'.l tonight on Seventh street South. Assemble in front of Chin- ook club, with rifles at l.'M p.m. sharp. Rev. A. H. Denoon appointed chap- lain. Section Xo. will be formed on members and Rev. iMcMillen, who are attending the Anglican Synod in To- rcnlo: Canon Mowat, September 12 and iO: Hev. R. Brandt of Taber, Sep- tember and the Rev. R. Miiidletoi: of the Blood Reserve, on October 3. Methodist District Delegates Meet GET YOUR GUESS IN Today and tomorrow are the last days for recording your guess in the Better "lay in" a stock Harmony Rose or Violet Soap, Today and tomorrow 2 for 25c Six different lines of Linen Band Stationery, regularly 40c, Today and tomorrow 19c or ii for The holder of the winning coupon bs announced in_ Monday's 'Herald. The Store CITY AND DISTRICT Is Now Agent .J. A. Reid, who has besa acting ag- ent of Dominion Lands since the re- moval uf J. W. Stafford, has been' ap- tpointed agenU An order-intcouncil to that effect has been imssed! An Acquisition George Mimroe has been placed in charge of the.sausage, ham and bacon department at Delany's, Limited. Mr. has had thirty years' experi- ence in the meat business in Glasgow. 20th at Otterpool The 20th Battery is now in camp at Otterpool, according to word received in the city by Mrs. A. J. Ingram, from her P. Ingram, who is with the battery. The battery is drilling with armed motor trucks and also are being drilled in shooting with anti-aircraft guns. Pastor at Grassv Lake Rev. G. H. Barrett, who has been temporarily in charge of the Grassy i Lake .Presbyterian church, and the Purple Springs and Sherburne mis- sions, has decided to remain as pas- tor, and his family reached Grassy Lake this week from Calgary. Homesteader Dies The death occurred in the city on Wednesday of Alfred W. Finley, a homesteader from Sundial, after a short illness. The deceased maii was unmarried, and was 42 years old. Ite was' a native of the United States, where his only relatives now reside. F.uneral arrangements are awaiting a reply to a wire sent to his brother, Prof. R. '.Li.' Finley, who resides at own, Ind. Exhibit' Work The Lethbridge Laundry Co. will j have an exhibit of work in the show I window of the store in the Empress JTheatre block tomorrow afternoon and evening. .The exhibit will show the quality and lines of work produced by a. modern steam 'iaimdry. C. S. Furrow, the has aimed to keep his plant equipppecl with the very latest machinery, and has estab- lished 'a reputation for excellence in his line of. business. With advancing years comes con- stipation. Hexall, Orderlies are a specially good laxative for ageing people. Sold only by J. D. Higin- ibotham Co., Limited, The Resall Store, lOc. 25c and 50c vertisement. jound table discussion led by Rev. Hugh Dobson, in which he dealt the temperance movement as -viewed in Alberta, 'Sas'Katchcwan, British Columbia and Mamtotia. signi- The Taber Fall Fair Preparations for the Taber fail fair to be held September 22 and arc. going ahead, and the expectation is that there win be something -iike 1500 entries in the accord- ing to Secretary T. A. Stmdal, who is in the city today, The exhibit of corn will he exceptionally good" this. year. There arc altogether about 100 acres 'of corn in the immediate district Tahcr, and it is aft yielding-well..'The fair- at Tabor is confined to exhibi- ficant statements were made, question nf survey work pcciallv dealing with education the value of the consolidated was clearly dealt: with by the'speak-j The great, cpic'stion of evangelism: tors from the Taber the es-idistrict being bounded on the'east md'by Bow Island and on the west by The Exhibits 18-lb, Shell oi! reKSn i An 'shell 'the. Uind that Ita i of ihi- church with ibis question. Rattsry will lie-using to blast Monday night- Forty new members 1hc. Methodisl church opened in the, Ol rfith, la being displayed M I required to join. This is a good op-1 Wcslev church this.morning, and will.., 3 S portunlty for new recruits to com-j coniinue the .day. .Many mm-! histntt meetinB business, mence drilling.- islers f-om churches in the district, j "PURITY IS ON -OUR 5 cents A LOAF YES, MADAM! WE CAN DO NOTHING MORE TO MAKE QUAKER BREAD BETTER THAN IT UNIFORMLY GOOD. Z THE BAKER Phones 378-rl027 British Casualties Heavy Losses of officers since the.outbreak officers' j of host.Uties have now reached, a to- tal oi IS.S'IO, of whom have been ..killed, and London, ,AU: of Associated casualty -lis'f for the two weeks end- ing August 30 -indicate -the -severity of the-reeont fighting in 'the.Gallipoli poninsula, .whence the bulk of the. casualties were announced. They. reported niissing. During the last two weeks Briga- dier-General A. H. Baldwin has been show fbat the .British army lost 407 I killed, three other brigadier-generals officers' killed'. 959 woiindcd and 13G have been., nine Heutenant- ising of the for the .fort- colonels killed and two reported.miss- night. Crucified Man from London London, OnU Sept.' Pri- vate J. C. Mercerof'tiie nlachlne gun: section of the E.P., son of Mrs. Martha 10 was 'the, Canadian crucified, by German..soldiers jat 'the battle of Tpres, is the statement made in a letter received1 from Gunner Harry Percival of the 12th Battery, Percival-' of which refers to the remarkable bravery, of the Lon- by his brother, Samuel London township. -The part of the don man, whose brother, Gunner Rob- ert Mercer, was fatally wounded at the game engagement, is ae follows: "Nothing has been -.said .about Jack Mercer, who stayed in a. trench along with; his machine gun until the Geitv mans were ten feet from. him. Then he broke the machine gun on them and took his revolver .and put a few more out'of business. They took him alive and crucified him. 'He; was the London man that crucified at- Ypres." I'mancia! district church .PURE. RICH. DELICIOUS AND WHOLESOME. DELIVERED TO YOUR HOME. CRYSTAL DAIRY, Ltd. Pliohel576 .1. XV.'Bartlelt appointed recruitini! officer. By Order. COMMANDING OFFICEH. VULCANIZING AUTO TIRE REPAIRING A SPECIALTy J VVORK GUARANTEED E. CHAfLIN 4. SON ;0ld Sportlnj atlnd, 5th St. S CANDY MATINEE ORPHEUM TOMORROW, SATURDAY NOTI.CE are requested to attend the regular meeting of No. 1 on- llth at 8.00 p.m. I Business. Imiiortaat. as well as laymen from the are in attendance. Rev. G. H. Cob-, bicdick is chairman. The delegates j J..IJ. Wcstmins- tcr Rev. Philips of Tater: Rev. 0. j IB. Pvb'.rs, Barons; Rev. Fawcett of j Coaldale. The laymen are Dri Riv- ers, E. R. J. Forster anil Mr. 'Ciffln. Dr. Riddcli of Edmonton was present at the morning session, representing Alberta College, and Rev. Hugh Dob- son of field secretary of: so-; cial service .ami evangelism, Arthur Earner, of Calgary, supcrin-: tcndenl of 'Home Missions. The scs-! sion also welcome as visitors, Rov.' u nrnnon. Hr.v.- A. C., Bryan, Rev. Ross and .Kcv. John Wright. The morning.sesiion .wan sncnt in in the'window A. Wright's jaw- elry store, for a few (lays, ft .comes from the munition plan) :nt Hat. Tlie shell is not loaded. but Gnu-gets a good idea of. what ai tealexp'ioBive lo.olts llfec. The shell Is merely the casing forthe explosive. II is of solid steel, and is shipiied to the-factories at. the Hat in that shape, ito be drilled, and Ihe can in the end j i placed. The shells are loaded in j iEnt'lsnd. A 'New Vork inventor has patented 3, child's linili formed like a fioll. Italy consumes less lohacco per capita thari any other civilized na- tion: Electricity first used in a mine in 1875, when a Scotch colliery wai lighted with iC. I AUCTION SALE Contents of Two Houses On MONDAY, Sept. sharp W. 1. WILSON, Auctioneer instrnctPd by .Mrs. Dodds, Nn, 80? 7th: Street Soijtli, Mr.' Cooling, No. 80S 7t'' Street South, opposjte the rry, I following without reserve; Organ and Stool 1 .Morrie Chair 3 Grass' Chairs 1 Combination Writ Ing'uesk ft ;Bqqk Case 2 Oak Extension ,Tables 2 sots of Oak Dining Chairs, Leather Seated I Buffet I Brussels Square 1.Settee and Arm Choir J. Wicker Rocker, 1 Plueli Couch 2 Serving .Machines Several Carpet Sri'-iarcs Book Centre' Tables Drcasers and Stands Brass Mounted and Mattresses' Bedi'oom -Tables, .anil Chairs. One 4-hote Range, JlcClary, high closet, hot .water con- '.nections, etc. r 1 Gas Range. One 4-holo Kange Curtains and Blinds Tubs and'Wringers Plants and Dishes Kitchen. and Child's Go-Cart. 'About "5 feet Hubber Hose I Hammock 1. Kitchen Cabinet I Winchester Rifle, (repeating) nearly, new. A great many other articles too numerous_ to mtntlon. TERMS PHONf 102J-rNO RESERVE ;