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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT.1 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD f Hotel Windsor I Best a hotel in IIberta J QUALITY FIRST w MEANS TAYLOR MADE ITALIAN PRUNES, WEALTHY APPLES AND TRANSCENDANT CRA? APPLES LINKS OF FRUIT WE ARK SELLING KXTRA CHEAP fills WKEK. WB HiAVB UN- LOADED OF THiC PRUNE PI.IUIS AND -THBY ARK SUIIK KIXK FRUIT: LAtiOK SIZE. A UTT1.K ON Thi... SIDK, HOXES ALL PAPER LINRD, THK APPLES ARK EXUELLBSiT, TUB BEST WB HAVE THUS YKAH. NON-IK HlflATKD. WHICH1 AKB MUCH TO UK PRKFBR- RI30 TO THE IRltlGATEJ n.i a "9. THE CRAB APPbKS ARE SOME -UKPl OVER FliOM LAST HUT ALL IN GOOD A Of EACH OP-THESE NOW. .Italian Prune Plums, paper lined -J boxes. speda! per Crab Apples Special per box Apples, standard cases. 12.00 SI.25 Large crates Diu-IiL'ss Apples. good cookers, a large crates lel'l, erate. Kipe Tomatoes, per 20 pound box 8C THE GOOD CO. Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 Home Guard 42 Regimental Orders THERE'S NO BREAD LIKE ODE'L BAKERY BREAD Made by machinery with the least hand labor, ensuring the. utmost'cleanliness J. SCHWEITZER, PROP. The Home Guard will assemble in front of the Chinook club on Friday evening at 7.30 without rifies. The Lethbridge City Pipe band, uu-! der :he direction Pipe-Major Horn i will fall in at 7.45, and lead the Home Guard on a route through the I principal streets or the city, comins j to a halt at the Majestic Theatre, i where sufficient seats have been re- i served for ihe accommodation of the Home Guard on the occasion of the visit of Sir Herbert. B. Ames, who wfi] deliver an address at a large pat- riotic meeting. Every Home Guard is requested to i be on hand promptly at 7.30 for roll call. By order, OFFICER COM i! GOD SAVE THE KING: WEATHER .02, 30 fil 38 til 42 51 30 mostly fair KEEP BABY WELL! BUY PURE SANITARY MILK BUSINESS LOCALS Court Star A.G.F. will .hold their regular meeting tonight. Specfpl buM- i nesc. All members are requested'to 1 Edmonton, cloudy Port Arthur, dear Foremost, cloudy Calgary, clear j The weather has been and coo! with frcst and light snow- j falls in many places. j FORECAST Western scattered showers but mostly fair with slightly higher tempera- ture. RELIABLE Rubber Goods la buying Rubber Goods the most important consideration should be quality. We buy only from reliable makers and through years of experience we have learned the comparative value of such goqds.- Hot Bottles, Bulb and Fountain Syringes, Nipples, Bot- tle Fittings and miscellaneous Nursery "and Sick Room Sup- plies. All of our Rubber Goods are guaranteed to be just as repre- sented. Our prices are reason- able and In keeping with the quality. The Red Gross Drug Book Co., Limited Crystal Dairy Ltd i T-iie premium, on Dominion Express f iloncv Orders payable in the United j has now beer, discontinued. i Orders can now be ;it the t ini- nf r.hp mi-rntt't; I'T CITY AND DISTRICT Goes to Calgary A. H.'Denooa is in Calgary attending the meeting of the home mission committe? i urders can now in? [depot, or anv ai the up-tow hrint'i es at the ing, rates DL ;UP Phone 157o to sio ________UlO.OO to ;S30.00 to S5U.OO j at the.same raij flJSH! Oysters 1 Any Style At All Hours a the White luocli dC 1C lot iA2 Gbss to 'Hat R. A. Wright went to Medicine Hat today to bring back -Mrs. Wright and family who have been visiting tbere for the past two weeks. I CLAfM TRUST LOST j -Vancouver, B.C., Sept. f tors.--for- Andrew Stewart, liquidator Dominion .Trust, yesterday {filed their statement of tiaim- against j former directors-or" that concern; al- legir.g and claiming the j retiiri! of. alleged to have I been improperly, invested and lost. For Red Cross Funds 1 A. J. Blackburn, treasurer for the Red Cross society, wishes to acknow- ledge the receipt, of 310.00.from the ladies of Commerce, the use of the society. Board of Trade Luncheon The regular meeting of the council of the Board of Trade will be held at luncheon in the Lethbridge Hotel, to- morrow, Thursday, September 16, at 12.30 p.m. GRAY IIAIR Dr. Tremair.'s Naturaf Hair Re- storatlvB used as directed is guar- anteed to restore gray hair to nat- ural' "color or "money refunded. not a dye and non-in- sale .at J. D. Higin- botham A Ltd., Lethbridge. Price {1.00 (postpaid.) Write Tre- main Supply Co., Dept, 'L.H.' To- ronto. Heirs'and ether leading brands all fresh, ICE CREAM EMPIRE CONFEC- TIONERY PARLORS Coaldale Elk., 5lh Street ITS To-morrow Owing to the change in the weather the Sale of Fancy Work, drawing Cor the Tray, and Dance, given nndei the aus- pices of the Art Needlework Club at the home-of the President, MRS, J. B. REUTER, 1255 rifth Avenue South, tomorrow, will be held inside. The Sale of Fancy Work will ''totniherice at four o'clock sharp. Dancing and the drawing fpr the The jproceeds will go to the Red Improvements at Coalhurst Percival Son are putting up an. addition to their moving picture house at CoaJhurst, and Mr. Cutting is open- ing a drug store. Wili Soon be at Front Ii? s. letter to his home here, Fred Macbeth states that the Canadian con- tingent has received ,orders to leave England, and will move fully equipped. Send Mail from Bow Island The mail service to Aitorado has hitherto been served from Warner, hut owing, it is claimed, to the short- er distance and easier the post office authorities contemplate making Eow Island headquarters for this mail route, in future. Contract of Liability Insurance for City Let The fc Guarantee Co., .represented in 'Lethbridge ftj- W. A. Levitt, was awarded the contract at noon today for the liability insurance for city employees'at a premium rate of cents, being the lowest rate ten- dared. The others who tendered j N. 7S and the j Lethbridge-Weyhnrn Realty Co., for ;tlie Nprth American Accident Co., at 51.25. The liability forithe ,city cm- I ployees totals something Mite jTlic rate by the city last year way Bone and'Musclc For ChJldreiu- Xiu'sing Mothers, Dyspeptic and Diabetic Patients. In one pound car- tons and fifty pound sacks. JlHigi The .ltd, Store MARKETS WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Sept., and closing prices on the local grain exchange .today were as follows: i it in your kitchen Your Crocer will Supply it CANADIAN CAR' 'CO. GETS ORDER New York, tiations for purchase for the Rus- sian government from Canadian Car Foundry Co.'of shrap- nel and high explosive shells at a cost of "have been suc- cessfully it was stated at the local offices of the company to- day. FRUIT BULLETIN Nole the Government's Advertis- ing telling you Canadian Crawford Peaches. You should see your Grocer ai once and put down an extra supply of Niagarf Penin- sula Grown Fruits. This year qual- ity is extra fine for canning. Fruit means good health. Open October.......... S8K December........ SSM May............ 94M Oats- October.......... 35 ;4 December........ 34 September October Flax- October Closing Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern........ No. 3 Northern.......... No. 3 Northern.......... No. 4.................. No. 2 C. W............... No. 3 C. W............... Ex. No. 1 Feed............ No. 1- Feed............... No. 3 Feed No. No. 4.................. Feed Flax- No. 1'X. C............. No. 2 C. W................ Chicago Wheat Open September 1011.4 December........ May 98 Minneapolis Wheat September 95 December S3 May......... 98 Close 93 5414 50 li 94 li 3; 34J4 Close icoy. 04 97 91% 96% LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, steers, Jfi.15'- 56.25; cows, ?8.15; heifers, S5.50. Chicago: Hogs, cattle, I6.10-J8.75. 71.34 128 LAID TO 3EST Jolictte, Ills., Sept. body of Sir William Van Ilorne, late Can- adian railway magnate, arrived here today on.a special funeral train.from Montreal. Tliu burial ceremonies here were simple, the principal funeral ser- vices having hren_ hehi in the Cana- dian metropolis. William'a re.- i mains were pl.tcfd beside those of his father and mother in the locaj ceme-, (cry. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL WHEAT" PRICES Track prices Oct'ober Oats................ Barley............ Flax................ Wagon prices: Wheat 72 Oats Barley 30 Flax.................... 116 BUYING. PRICE FOR HAY No. 1 timothy baled, ton 10.2.7 No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton...... 3.25 Xo. 1 Bluejoint.......... 9.25 BUYING PRICES FOR 'VEGETABLES Lettuce, I5c. to 20c. a doz. lunches. Onions, green, IDC. to 20c. a doz. bunches. Radishes, loe. to 20c. a doz. biinch- 13." Green psas, per 3 cents. Head lettuce, per doz., 20to 30c. Carrots, per cwt., 31.50- Beets, per cwt., Turnips, per 'cwt., New potatoes, per ton, 515.00. Cauliflower, fiflc. doKen. Cabbage, per cwt., 75c. to Corn OQ to 25c. doz. Cucumbers, 25c to per doa Livettock and Poultry Choice steers, 5 to OJc. Fat cows, 5 to -He. killing wethers, Ccv killing ewes, 5ic. Select hogs, ltis.t Live poultry springers, IBc. lh. Number I fowl, 10 to 12c. Dressed 12 to 14c. Fresh gathered 'esgs, 2'Jc, doz. No. I Farmers' dairy 25c. Rexail Orderlies are free from harsh drugs and arc l.ho nicest laxa- Itive for children, .Sold only by J. U 'lliginlmtham, Co., Limited, The Itexail Store, lOc. 25c and 50c boxes: Wheat, Coal and Oil The Big 3--What a Combination! Imagine a small city surrounded by a district capable of pro- ducing these three, great essentials to human existence, and pro- ducing them in vast and unlimited quantities. What would you predict for the future of that small city? Why, man! You wouldn't hesitate to forecast a city of fifty to One Hundred Thousand Population Would you Of course you wouldn't! Do you realiie Unit LETHBRIDGE -IS THE SMALL CITY SO RICHLY ENDOWED? Our wheat fields, with their marvellous yields, of the Our coal resources, yet scarcely touched, have already earned for Letlibrldge the title "The Piltsburg of arid our oil fields to the south of us, which have attracted, oil experts and capitalists from all over the world, are even now commencing to yield up their liquid wealth in response to a score of drills. With" all these marvellous assets-to her credit, do you not think that Lethbridge Real Estate (especially at present prices) is an attractive Weigh this well over in your mind and then decide to attend the .Auction Hnle of Real Estate which will be held, at the office of FRANK WADDINGTON 11 STAFFORD BLOCK ON FRIDAY AFTERNOON NEXT. AT'2.30 SEPTEMBER 17th when the following properties will-.be offered-at th.e upset prices and upon the terms set forth: 11 Lots, sub of acre lot 4, E. side of 18th St. and 2nd Ave. N.; lots 1 arid 2, the pair, upset price cash, balance 3, F and 12 months with interest at Lots 3 to 11; pair, upset price balance 3, 6. 0 and 12 months with interest at Acre lot corner of 1st Ave. and 18th St. North, the acre, upsot'price .51300; U cash, balance 3, B, 9 and with interest at Lots 12 to.IS, 3rd Ave. A off 13th Street North; per lot, upset price cash, balance 4, 8 and 12 months, interest at or if as one upset price cash, balance 4, 8 and 12 months with interest at DO YOU RECOGNiZE OPPORTUNITY'S CALL? v; Consign .Yoiuv Grain to, Parrish and Heimbecker Limited FORT WILLIAM. The Pioneer Grain Firm of the West. Represented Ernest A. Sharman Mgr. The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co., Ltd., LeihbHdge, Alberta. 1173; RESIBENSE 530. fir HARVESTING REQ Gaterman Grain Lifters (For .lodged or down grain) Grain Elevators Minneapolis Threshing Machines .Gasoline Engines Kinder Twine and Sacks The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. Ltd. E. A. SHARMAH, Mar.' Uth'bridgi, Albtrtn. 'If IF CTl TnFMTO 1LLE STUDENTS Colored Minstrels ORPHEUM TO-NIGHT ONLY Shows 7.15 and 9 o'clock. Big Minitrcl and Vaudeville Show ;