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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta f PRINTING THE HERALD: JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD f Hotel Wihdsof Best a day iiotel in Alberta One car load Italian Prunes containing 1170 boxes One car load Wealthy Apples containing 517 cases Arriving Monday Direct From the Growers The Prunes we bought at a rermirkuUy lov> price.'quality guaranteed the finest; boxes -containing- at least -0 pounds fruit more. The Apples wt? are consignment for a shipper at Salmon Arm, U. C. These are non- irrigated stock which hold up mucli better than irrigated fruit. Watch This Space For Particulars Monday THE GOOD CO. Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 Guard Regimental Orders PHONE 1175 for MODEL BAKERY BREAD ITS EASIER TO SAY MODEL BAKERY BREAD to your Grocer or Phone I175. than tn bake, and You will enjoy our beautiful Light Crisp Loaves at oc each..... Our Bread is without question as good as can ue made, and the best on the market. N. J. Lr-thbridge, cloudy Edmonton, Saskatoon, clear Regina. clear j Kamloops I Dwr, clear i Calgary, clear......... Macleod, cloudy I Medicine Hat, cloudy prince Albert, clear Moose -Jaw. iair Foremost, cloudy Winnipeg, iair Brooks, cloudy Battleforti, clear j Swift Current, fair Assiniloia, clear Indian Head, cloudy Moosomin, clear Virden, clear Portage La Prairie, clear j Emerson, clear j Assiniboia Hnmboltit, clear 17 46 47 84 70 11 50 48 53 -14- SS 58 GO 50 48 52 5t> 53 5S 59 110 62 5S OU 63 j Port Arthur, clear Xeison The weather .over the prairie proy- inces has been mostly clear with heavy frosts in some places. FORECAST All today and on a little high- j cr tcmperaturer BUY IT HERE In the magazines anil capers you read the advertisements of articles. Toilet Preparations and .Medicines, and you feel that you would like to .get some of these if you knew Where to go. Our stock contains nearly all of the widely advertised arti- cles. and we will foe glad to show you thein at all times. If we do not happen to have the article you want, we shall be very glad to get it for you. The Red Cross Drug Beok Co., Limited LOCAL iMARKETS -.SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Iran., Sept. prices nn the grain ex-y change5 were Dec. May Oct Dei- Open Close 87J- S7-JJ S31- SSli- 94 94J- i 36; 36i j 5I> i! Oct........................ Oct................... Nov................... Dec............................ 1.32.1 MiXMJA'PIJI.IS WHEAT 32} Uee..................... 931 i i May 973 9Si CHICAGO WHEAT Sept "891 311 i i Bcc............................ 94" 95 May..............................97} 98J.1 LIVESTOCK PRfCES YESTERDAY! 'Calgary: SS.65-SS.75; SW5-S6.50: cow's, Si.25-S5.40; heifers. Chicago; S6.SO-S7.S5: cuttle, BUSESEESS FOR -100: feet of gas Biping. usual .stoye length. Also a of iron gas piping, only j Rightly used. Apply R. Sage. LOCAL CHAIN PRICES Wheat................... Oats.................. 25 Flax.................. 117 Barley :10 Track Oats 26} iiivley .34 3UYING HAY 1 timothy baled, ton 10.25 No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton...... 3.25 Xo. 1 Bniejoint........... BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Lettuce, lac. to 20c. a L'-incnes- Onions, green, loc. to 20c. a doz. uuuches. Radishes, 15c. to 20C- a doz. bUEcn- Green peas, per Jb., 3 cents. 20to 30c. Carrots, per cwt., S1.50. Beets, per cwt., Turnips, per cwt., 31.00. New potatoes, per ton, Cauliflower, dozen. Cabbage, per cwt., 75c. to "to 25c. doz. to 40c. per doz. v; Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, 6 to Glc. Kat cows, 51 to 8c. killing wethers, 6c. killing ewes. Select .hogs, ISO tp 250 Ibs., 8c. Lire ISc. per lb.; Ho. 1 to Kc. Dressed Yi to Me.' Fresh gathered ezes 17c. per doz. No. 1 farmers' dairy butter 20c. iCITY AND DISTRICT Setl Sheep to Burns j Messrs. Jay and James WHson, the i I wealthy ranchers of iMaple Greet, are in the city this week-. They have i just concluded a. contract with the P., P. Burns Co., whereby the bis packers j will purchase the sheen herd of the ranchers for something like Challenge to Lethbridge Pincher Creek Echo: Mrs. El T. Saunders yesterday receiyed a box of beautiful strawberries picked on the "Fair Valley Ranch." by the Misses Evelya-.and Mirna Lane this week.; Lethbridge will haye to buck up. or j she will be put right out of the run-1 ning. Vulcan Auto Accident Messrs. Robert and. Thomas Kelly of Vulcan miraculously escaped death they' were badly shaken up in an auto sinash-up, that neither occu- pant can describe. Robert Kelly was endered unconscious for a time. They attribute the accident to one of the hind tires whlcls was two hundred yards ahead of the car after the ac- cident. Investigate Fire Waste The Commission of Conservation has decided to undertake an investi- gation into the fire waste in Canada, with a view to suggest means-of over- coming the heavy fire losses. The in- quiry will be conducted .under the di- rection of J. bead of The statistical department of the Canad- ian Fire Underwriters' association. The Lethbridge Board of Trade favor- ed the idea and will give its influence when ibe matter has came ttp. THE DAY ,.V.This -Wsfeday for re- the Kexall Birflv Contest Better "lay a stock of .Harmony Rose, or'-Violet Soap, Today and tomorrow 2 for 25c (regularly 3 for oOc.) Six different lines of Linen Bond Stationery, regularly 40c, Today and tomorrow 19c or 2 for The holder of, the wiuaing coupon will he announced in Monday's Herald. The Store All members wii'i assemble in front of the Chinook club on Monday even- ing at 7.30 sharp, with rifles. All recruits for new company. No. u, to be on hand. Route 'march through the principal streets, accompanied by the City Band. Will move at S.15, coming to a halt in front of the Court House on Sixth street. At that point the Home Guard will be addressed by Chaplain Denoon. A record turn-out is expected. By Order, OFFICER COMMANDING. NSIAIESIO Throwing lip his business at Moun- tain Hoine; for the purpose of going to the front with the Canadian forces, a young man, named CapeweM, [of English birth, but who has lived in the States for some years, reached 'Lethbridge last night, and went on to Calgary today, after receiving the ne- cessary instructions and letters from "W. J. Nelson, who is at present the only representative of the Mfitia au- thorities here, with any authority to look after possible recruits. Capewell had a' good bakery busi- ness in Idaho, but, he is anxious to go !to the front He left England-twelve years ago, .and for'some-years lived in Saskatchewan. He is uin.iarried. Two other .men, Moss and Joyce, one of whom came'from Seattle, were sent forward to Calgary todaytby Mr.- Nelson, where they will eplist with one of the regiments. Here's Your Bread! QUAKER BREAD STANDS SUPREME IN EVERY'DETAIL 5 cents a loaf THE BAKER, Phones.378-1027 Yoii ran he absolutely our Milk is is pas- teurized and always carefully handled. Let us deliver-you a bottle" tomorrow morning. The Crystal Dairy Co, 13TH STREET'SOUTH' 1576. North Market Open Today With a good supply of Fresh'Meat'Phone 1845 G. B. TIBERT .Improvements in Dairying K. Ei Hudson, agent for the -Magnet Cream Separator, stages.that he has sold two car loads of separators since March 1, the entire amount being dis- tributed from Lelhbridge. .Mr. Hud- son says that the farmers in Southern SAVE YOUR COUPONS OKPriEUM HOLIDAY DATE NOT-SET YET, Ottawa, "Ont., Sept.. et has not as-yet decided-.upon, the date of Thanksgiving Day. The two Alberta are stocking up with the bet- i ,jatBB consideration are. Mon- ter class of dairy cows, and extending (jayt October 11, and Monday, October their operations in this nranch of.jg T.iie choice will probably be made 'farming. They are also handling at tomorrow's -council. this end of iheir business better, and [under the improved management are finding it one.of the most profitable scurces of their revenue. VULCANIZING AUTO TIRE RtrAlRING .SPECIALTY WORK GUABANTSEB E. CHAPLIN SON jOlil Sporting Goodj Stand, 5th St. S Give yourself the jrwiMi motion-pictoit treat yM ever enjoredl See "THE DIAMOND FROM THE SKY" tto.ttt tn be held in thil fleeJUttie the All compete. Suit Meinc.it NOW. Empress Tonight Threshing and Fires A case of interest to farmers and I threshers recently came ijp, when F. j .M. Henderson, a farmer, obtained fav-1 orable decision from .Mr. Justice' Win- ter in his sail against the Alherta .Threshing Syndicate. It was claimed !hy the plaintiff that the engine used !hv the Syndicate started a fire in a. 1 grain stack, which spread to another i field and destroyed it. It was Elated i that the plaintiffs negligent, and 'failed to comply with the fire ordin- This the defendants denied. JTlie Judge found, however, lliat the 'fire was started by the engine, and inlso that straw was being used for fuel, which he referred to as a dan- pevous practice, and. also that they '.continued threshing through.a high 'wind. Henderson was awarded dam- ages to the extent of j Kexall Orderlies work gently on jthe bowels, bringing to the check a [tinge of good health.' Sold only by J. D. Hlglnbotltam Co., Limited, I The Roiall Store, 10'c, 2oC and DOc HUSH! Oysters Any Style At All Hours at the White Lunch CITY AND DISTRICT Alberta Cattle for Montana A contract for the supply of 20 cars of cattle' from southern Alberta, has been awarded to the local firm of Hatch Lewis, xby C. J. Miller, wealthy hanker and rancher of Bill- ings, iJIont., and shipment of cattle started last evening. They will be shipped aouth at the rate of four cars a month. Mr. Miller visited Leth- bridge this week, and concluded the contract with tht. iocal firm. It is un- derstood that the price arranged was a good one. An Opportunity To Buy FARM WAGGONS At Exceptionally Low Prices Moline cast; 40x48 wheels at Moline cast; 44x52 wheels at New Deal cast; 44x52 wheels at New Deal .cast; 44x52 wheels at New Deal Truck cast; 36x44 wheels at NSW Deal Truck cast; 34x40 wheels st Above prices arc for Gears. Grain Boxes, -capacity 150 bushels Grain Boxes. 'capacity 125 bushels New Deal Boxes, 28" Moline 36" -COMPLETE JOHN DEERE LINES IN STOCK 90.00 -80.00 75.00 75.00 65.00 40.00 28.00 35.00 THS. Deere 2nd Avenue, Lethbridge.: Meeting Closes The afternoon session of the Fin- ancial district meeting the Leth- bridge district of the Wesley church held ycsteniay.-brought the session to a close. The session during the af- ternoon was occupied for the larger part in routine business: Rev. Dr. Riddell gave a very interesting ad- dress on the educational work in con- nection with tiie church. He referred especially to the work of the Alherta College of -Edmonton, which he repre-. senls. Dangerous Autoist G. M. Harnin, a farmer near Leth- bridge, who has a foolish notion that he can run a ear while under tiie in- fluence of liquor, appeared in police court tills morning on his second of- fence of operating the machine wh'vie drunk, and was fined S20.00 and costs. He was told that a third .offense bring him Imprisonment, as ill as a heavy fine, Harruii yester- was cutting a zig-zag track across Fifth street, and on an- other street did his'best to climb a telegraph pole. ..Magistrate Elton this morning severely warned the man, saying he would either kfil him- self or somebody else, if he dW not discontinue such performances. GRAY HAIR Dr. Tremain's Natural Hair Re- .storativi used os directed is guar- anteed to restore gray hair to nat- ural .cblor or money refunded. Positively a dye ant! non-in- On sale at J. D. Higin- Co., Ltd., Lethbridge, Prtce (postpaid.) Writo miln Supply Co., Denl. 'L.H.' To- ronto. IF YOU .OWN TWO COWS IT WILL-PAY YOU TO OWN A V CREAM SEPARATOR THE MAGNET CREAM SEPARATOR Made by the Petrie '-Mfg. Oo. of: Hamilton. the "best Separator made. a toP bo'tom bearing to the alll] ,lltll a skimmer The Magnet heavy .square grand mill 'ivlueu. if.given care, will ne.ver wear out. Used by the largest and most successful .dairymen. .GAS ENGINES Made hy Hie .same well known firm. "These "engines arc un- excelled. K. E. HUDSON, Agent, 320 !9th Street South, Lethbridge, JJ loin Yard, at Lomond The Si.acey Lumber Co. have opcn: eu a yard at Lomond's Elevators i The Alberta Farmers' Co-Op Eleva- tor Co, the pgilvio Flour Mills Co., and 0'ia.ml Terwliligcr have opened elevators at-.Lomond. Evangeiiet Recovering MerriH T. MoPhersbn, the evangel- ist who was in L'ethhl-hlge last spring, lias recovered from an -operation at Mn-yo HroH.' hospital ut-" Rochester, it his home'.-.In tfsnnsylvanis, finish' h'ls.tneoloeicarcotirac. Cluh f A meeting o( tlin Lethbridge Chess chih Is called for Tuesday- evening in H. M. Wliiddingtpn'3 olHcc in the Shsrlo'cik'building fot 6f_ reorganizing for the 'coniihg season. .1. A. mills .of shot: a young 'man for stealing, beer from Ills recover. lluV. :of'Spring- field, King'B' (Ho new 'tor of N.B, ;