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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 17, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 PRINTING THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. J LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor I J THERE'S NO BREAD LIKE MODEL BAKERY, BREAD Made by machinery with the least hand labor, ensuring the. utmost cleanliness The Three Mades CANADA LETHBRIDGE TAYLOR Car Loads Of Fruit Extra Special For This Week End ITALIAN PKUXKSi NOW IS THE ST TIME TO. PRESERVE is'right, quality is excel- lent. Heavy oases, each...... Price each choice; Free- stones; heavy'cases; each Price esch TOKAY from Cali- fornia'this year; U pounds Tor Hssvy Price each the fin est tasting you can gst; price lOc and RIPE Baskets; each................ Large cases; each Bartletts; Heavy oases; each............ eating- Baskets, -each................. 80c 25c 51.00 35c 35c 90c 30c 35c Cooked Meats, Sliced Ready -for Them Here. React' Pork Ham with For Roast pound....................30c THE GOOD CO Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES YOU it in your kitchen Your Grocer will Supply it See that this brand is on the next sack of Flour you buy Ellison Milling and Elevator Co., Ltd. APPLES FINEST EATING; WEALTHIES: 4 pounds for Per case v. Orchard Run flue Ppr case and only ID cases left Good, cookers; S. pounds .for............. I'cr cuse CRAB 40 pound (jifees; some a little over ripe for Immediate'list-; special per case----- B. 3 pounds for.................-----....... SWEET !H" pounds GREEN Per pcund............................ pound EGG Per pound............................ PICKLING '2 pounds GREEN 'shipment to arrive on Saturday. Boiled pound 35c Roast pound..................30c Ox pound......................65c Home Guard Regimental Orders J. SCHWEITZER, PROP. KEEP BABY WELL! BUY PURE SANITARY MILK Crystal airy Ltd. Phone 1576 WEATHER HUSH! Oysters Any Style At All Hours at the White Lunch Lethbrtdge, clear Edmonton, fair cloudy Jlediclne Hat, fair Jlacleod, cloudy Red Deer, fair. Brooks, clear Foremost, .clear Prince Albert, fair Swift Current clear Moose cloudy Regina. clear Upprfle, cloudy Indian Head, cloudy Braridoa. fair. Portage, rain Winnipeg, fair. Port :Arth.ur, fair Ncl on Kamloops Mai. 73 60' ;o 65 aft i> n 66 62 64 60 GO 8 67 74 -Mln. 41 40 34 44 44 41 40 41 The Home Guard will assemble in front of the Chinook club on Frlday evening at 7.30 without rifles. The City Pipe hand, un- der the direction of Pipe-Major Horn will fell in at 7.45, and lead the Home Guard on a route march through the principal streets of the city, coining to a halt at the Majestic Theatre, -where sufficient seats have been served for the accommodation of the j Home Guard on the occasion. of the {visit-of Sir Herbert B. Ames, who will deliver an address at a large pat- riotlc meeting. Every Home Guard is requested to be on. hand promptly at 7.30 for roll call. Bv order, OFFICER COMMANDING. GOD SAVB THE KING! 43 40 40 46 52 The leather over .the prairie prov- inces nas been mcatlv fair, with high er temperatures, .and scattered show: er m parts ot Alberta and Saskatche wan. Forecast All and moderately warm-today, and .Saturday. Moirs' and clher leading brands all fresh ICE CREAM EMPIRE CONFEC- TIONERY PARLORS CoaUale 5th Street CITY AND DISTRICT Car of Hogs I The Alberta Areat Market purchased a car of hogs and a car ot wether mut- ton from C. Raley'of Cardston, yester- day 1 Carioacf of Fords A carload of Ford cars reached the city from the east, yesterday. J. H. agent, expects demand for the cars this fall. Shipping'Alfalfa" Five cars of alfalfa .were shipped out of, the Coaldale district yesterday, :or points iu the Crow.'s Nest Pass. It is understood a good price was ob- tained for the product. R. R. head'of the Scott Fruit! of George, Gris- dale, general manager of the firm's, wholesale houses, a visit to the "ocal_ branch here today. RELIABLE Rubber "Spooda In buying Rubber Goods the most important consideration should be "quality.. .We buy from reliable 'Jmtl "years" of we- leaVned the comparative -ralue of such goods. Hot Bulb and Fountain syringes, Nipples, Bot- tle, Fittingr and miscellaneous Nursery and -jBick' Room Sup- All of our Ru'pber Goods are guaranteed to juat as repre- sented. Our prices are reason- able and in. keeping with the quality. The Red Cross Dng Book Limited FRIDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, Man., Sept. 17. Opening and closing prices on the local grain exchange'- today were ni; folios: Open Close October 87% December 88% May. 05 93-7J 34% October... December September October'.'. oOV> October 140 Xovenaber Closing Cash Prices No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern oats- NO. 2 c: Ay. No.: 3 0. W. Ex. No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 3 Peed. No. 3 No. 4 Feed No. 1 K.jf: C. Chicago Wheat September 96 December 33% May 98 3494 ,5594 50% 146-U 14611 03% 89 91 Dismissed, Dan-Thomas, the young -man who' as arrested'by the city police on. Tuesday, accused of robbing Walter Ross of. a smat'i sum, was dismissed i "Magistrates Pennefather and Kerr-l at the city court, yesterday, there not being sufficient evidence to j >r.ove the charge. x j Offices j The Taylor Milling and Elevator, are building a handsome new ad- j dition to their offices near the mill, j The work, which is to cost in the; neighborhood of ?1000, is already un-'. der way! A So'.ivenir A souvenir of the annual conven- tion of the Internationa! association of Fire Chiefs, which in Cincin- nati this been sent to Chief Hardy of Lethbridge, in the shape of a handsome umbrella.. The Chief was unable to attend this year. Advertise Church- At a meeting of- the executive of the committee for "the continuance and j preservation of the Presbyterian (lllicli in Canada, held in. Knox church. Calgary, yeBienlay, the cdm- mitteG of twenty-three members, re' Chocolate des Aristocraltes Nuts, Hard Centres; Cream :Fnjitsviii Liqueur, Jelly Centres and Bonne Bouche'( the most delicate of nil creamy centres.) All enveloped in ajhick coat- ing of rich pure chocolate.? Neikoji dipping does not ffttan a thin coaling chocolate, but tt lavish, hefivy coating of pure un- diluted chocolate. Oue Dollar and Twenty-five Cents tile Pound f. THE THAT ARE DIFFERENT J.-i. KigiiiWiR IM; The Rexal Store 143 95K 96% No quotations from Minneapolis. LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY steers, cows, cattle, 56.25-S1040. 4 TO KENT -FOR PRIVATE DANCES, PARTIES, ETC. S. O. E. HALL P (Ground Floor) Apply C. Wftitliy, Acadla Block 'E THE LATEST Despite their Action in banning the ft'ristv watch Tor, men, the American National Association of Retail Jew- elers .have carefully ,refrallied from casting aside the new anklfi watch which appeared lately on Broadway Photo shows .Miss Kay one of tfce.-beauties tlie Ziegfeid Fol- lies; weftriug '.the'ankle watch. presenting the province of A'.berta, decided to use newspaper space i throughout the province very'exten- sively during-the next six weeks. Joins Signalling Corps i Another popular 'Lethbridge man i lias offered his services to King and 'Country. J. Inkster of the.Hudeon staff, .while on his vacation to I his home in enlisted in a signalling corps that Is now being formed in Toronto. Mr. Tnkster will YOUNG MEN TO THE COLORS Paris, Sept. on rc-: assembling today will have to considr er among various important one cabling to the colors a contingent of young; men who, In time of. peace, would begin military ijervice in 1917. They are 18 and Ifbyeftrs Conilder Rates Monday. Commissioner Grace returned from! Great this but the! question of increase in electric light rates wil] not receive further coniid-' leave Tor the the first operation of the city comnKaslonerfc uii- UhR month, having to wait here to; be relieved. CARD OF THANKS Mr, and Mrs. Alec. Henderson wish tq thank friends for and shown in their Ute he- tihent. meeting on ..Monday morning. Commissioner Reid ia anxious to give further consideration to the question of placing further power charges on the fltreet that that .department may pay to share of the burden a-f the power depart- LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Track-" prices (October Wheat 71 Oats 25% Barley 36% Flax Wagon prices: Wheat Oats 26% Barley.................. 34 Flax 119 PUYINO PRICZ FOP. HAY No. 1 timothy haled, ton 10.25 No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton...... 9.25 Xo. 1 Bluejofnt.......... BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Lettuce, 15c. to 20c. a doz. lunches.' J Onions, groan, 15c. to 20c. a doij. I liunches. j Radishes, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunch- es. l..'Grecirprcas, per lb., ,3 cents.' Head lettuce, .per 20to 30c. tier, cwt., cwt., Turnips.' per.'cwt.. fl.OQ. .New potatoes, per'Ion, Cauliflower, KOc; dpxcn. Cibbage, per cwt., Tyc. to 11.00. Corn to 25c. doz. to 40c. per dot Lfveitock and Poultry 5 to 6Jc. .-Fat 5 10 5ic.- kilfing wethers, 6c. 'killing'pwes, 51c. 150-250.Ibs., Live'poultry springers, 16c. lb. fowl, 10 to Dressed la to I4e. Krcsh gathered eggs, 22c.