Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
(PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor BestJIMvliotelinmberta SATURDAY NIGHT SPECIALS ONLY FROM TO 10 O'CLOCK TONIGHT 1'or r'KEESTOiVE Kscoptionally .line ealinir or sllcmji. StuH-iul toniv.ht basket BATING W'eaUliles. line (jimlUy. Special iioumls ior.. GKtiKN Tonight 2 pounds 1'or ITALIAN 'bnskma tn 4 to pounds ouch. Special light, per basket TOKAY G K Tomglit per basket TOKAY Tonight per pound 20c 80c 15c office: THE GOOD GO. Phonel271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHER l.cthbndjc, clear Kdmciiton, clear Hroous. cloudy'........ Saskatoon, clear Swift Current, cloudy Kegina, clear Kainloons I Red Deer, clear Calgary, dear Macleod. dc It's No Secret! Those who use it know Model Bakery Bread is superior in every detail DoYouKaowIt? N. J. SCHWEITZER, PROP. Phone 1175. Home Regimental Orders 64 .lli j .50 :lear Mfdicinc Hal. fair I Prince Albert, clear I Moose Jaw. clear Winnipeg, fair Port Arthur, clear Xelson Foremost, cloudy i Tin? weather over the prairie prov- j inecs has been mostly fair with a 1 little higher temperature. i The Home Guard will assemble in! KOREt'AST Fine to-, from of the Chinook club with rifles i day and Sunday frosts tonight. on Monday nlsht. at 7.30 sharp. j Saskatchewan aim fair to-; Recruiting Officer Bartlett wift be day and Sunday, becoming ton hand at 7.io to take the names of! again. warmer i _embers tsr No. .5 Company. It is important that this company be re- cruited to full strength at once. Tne Home Guard executive commit-1 tee will meet on Thursday evening i at S o'clock in ttie Strangers' room j at the Chinook club. Suggestions la I j writing from any member that would i be of benefit to" the Home Guard I j management, -wlA be gladly received) SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES 'by the cdmiiniiee.- Communications Winnipeg, Man., Sept. 'can-'-be handed to la a Quartermaster-1 and closing prices on the grain ex- Eergeani at the Monday nieht drill, j changes today were. By Order or the i Open Close1 OFFICER COMMANDING, j Oct. S7 S6f i GOD SAVE "THE KING! j Dec............................ S7 86A CITY AND DISTRICT O0ats--.................... Dec! Sept........................... 55 55 Oct.....................i...-.-.. 50 50 Oct. RELIABLE Rubber Goods In buying Rubber Goods the most important consideration should be quality. We buy only from reliable makers anrl through years of experience we have learned the comparative value of such goods. Hot Water 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 arc reason- able and in keeping with the quality. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited EAT ALL I WANT NOW AND FEEL FINE! KEEP BABY WELL! BUY PURE SANITARY M5LK Crystal Dairy Ltd. Phone 1576 Some. Spud is.p'fobably the largest potato seen yet this year, was brought fnto the Herald oil ice. this morning by W. J. Campbell, 31S -Eighteenth street North. The potato weighed He "grew. It in his offn garden. Left for Edmonton Mr. A. A. Reid, laie of the Bank of Commerce staff of Edmonton, who has been visiting his brother, H. L. Reid of 316 Seventh avenue South, left yes-, terday for Edmonton to rejoin his! Xo. regiment, the 63rd now in training there. 351 3-11 Votinq on Church Union The. congregation. of St. Matthew's church, Coalhurst, will vote on the church union of the Methodist and churches in Canada, at tomorrow's service. Full returns of the. mission field results should he had by the end of-the month, when the students leave for college for the win- ter.' The whole' vofe on the union is to be taken before the end of the vear. Give yourself the. greatest motion-picture tfiMt you ever enjoyed! See DIAMOND FROM THE SKY" In a Youll be held spellbound in Hut SccLonie jio.ooo All compete. SUrt seeine it NOW. Empress Tonight TO RENT. FOR PRIVATE DANCES, PARTIES, ETC. S. O. E. HALL (Ground Floor) .Apply C. Wsstley, Ac.-idis'Block "Enthusiastic Over City While in the city j-esterday, Sir i Herbert J. M. Carson of Calgary were shown about the city by (Commissioners Grace and Reid, Po- hice- Magistrate' Elton, Fire Chief Hardy and W. K. Buchanan. 1I.P. The S parry visited the parks, the Esperi- I aieuial Farm and the mines. They jn-ere most enthusiastic about the clty and its genera! appearance of pro- gressiveness. The successful experi- ments in fruit culture at the Experi- mental" far'rt impressed them very greai'.y.. The party were guests at the Lethbridge during their stay here. GBAY HAIR Dr. T remain's .Natural Hair Re- storative used as directed is guar- anteed to hair to nat- ural color or money refunded. Positively not a dye and non-in- jurious. On sale at J. D. Higin- batham Co.. Ltd., Lethbridge. Price 31.00 (postpaid.) Write Tre- main Supply Co.t Oept. 'L.H.' To-" roiitc. 88 ss; S8-J 83J I 31! j 3SJ j 37" 37 ,it, 35 1.46 1.15J j WINNIPEG CASH PRICES i Xo. 1 Xor................... Xo. 2 Nor. Xo. 3 Xor........-........... Xo. i Rejected Seeds... Xo. 2 Rejected Seeds... I Tough No. 2 Tough Xo. 2 C. -W............... No. 3 C. W................. Extra Seed Xo. 1 Feed.................. Xo. 2 Feed Xo. 3 Xo. 4 Rejected Fhu- Xo. 1 N. XV. C........... Xo. 2 C. XV. CHICAGO-XVHEAT 1.03J Dec................... May 07-r MINNEAPOLIS XVHEAT Sept........................... 95j Dec. 91-i May No-More Gas on the Stomach or Sour Stomach! No Fesllng After Meals of _Co.astipation! i tioh or try JUST 9411 ONE B03B of simple buckthorn, barfc, 52 15 45 1.444 1.411 93 J i 96.'. i glycerine, mlxecl invAdler-i-ka, the remedy VMch is becoming known as the MOST'.POWERFUL towel cleanser ever sold. The VERT FIHSTSfose shows re- sults and a short treatment with Adler-i-ka will "you. This remedy drainsxsueh astonish- ing amounts of old matter from the liystem that A SlNGLB-JJQSE lelieyes sour stpmach and gas on the stomach almost INSTANTLY. The Rexall Store Sverdmp Party Safe and-Well LIVESTOCK PRjCES "YESTERDAY j Uo'n headed Calgary: Hogs, steers, ?6.09; cows, heifers, 35.25- 50.50. Chicago; Hogs, cati'ie, London, Sept. despatch to Router's from Clmstiaaia says the Norwegian foreign ollice has receiveij dispatch from Archangel, Prussia, 'to the effect that the; Arctic experit-" >t. O'itd Sverdrup, .Mcd'iciiie Hat, Alia., Sept. ter G. Lethbridge is the name under which the worst dope liemi to' ever fall In the hands of the local po- ice, is being held, lie has admitted to the court that he is a dope fiftftd, and the Magistrate is now considering ror just how Ions he will send him itown. This term will be based on the estimated time it will take to ef- fect a cure, and Magistrate Rae, after talking it over with Dr. McLeod, likely iirtss sentence some time today, i -May is the name he gave. "What' difference does it make to you what my right name the prisoner re- plied when asked for his right cog- nomen. Papers and letters on' his person would lead to the belief that he lived in Edmonton for some time and that while there he went under the nanie of Chat'ies Gilbert. The striking part of his outfit is the completeness of the drug and dope paraphernalia. There were-many kinds of dope and in all forms. There myriads of little bottles of it, and j boxes of powders and pills. There ga'iore and everything: per i tnining to their use. Equipment ior! extracting broken points ot dope for healing un the holes in his I arm, and other stuff for treating the poison got into the needle i hoies. Oniupi pipes, scales for weigh-) ing the opium, etc. He also lias mor-! prune-and ether mixtures or morphine i and strychnine and sulphate of mor- phine. is another and a serious part of his This consisted of "two Siaith and Wesson a .H2 and a .38. There are some ha'if dozen skeleton keys. Besides these there is considerable valuable stuff which the police are convinced are a part of 'some stolen loot. There are clucks other sundry valuable ar- ticles. As for May himself, he is a com- plete wreck. He is today in a plute state of collapse. Last night a doctor had to be called in to give him a "shot'of dope" to quiet him down. He is a picture of a person in the last stages of tuberculosis. He is contin- ually asking for the drug, am] at noon a doctor was called to give him a "shot" as a sort of luncheon portion. May was arrested yesterday after- noon by Detective Sharpe and this equipment was found in his room in the hotel by the police. He arrived in the.city on Saturday last. He was hailed before tha magistrate-this morn- ing and charged wit'.1 having the drugs etc., in his possession, contrary to LOCAL_MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Track prices (October Wheat Barley Flax.......... Wagon prices: Wheat......... OaU......... Bariey........ 7014 Prepare FOP Winter We have a large slock'of TINSMITHS' TOOLS AND MACHINES PLUMBERS' TOOLS AND FITTINGS STOVE PIPE, FURNACES, Etc., Etc. Will be sold at a heavy discount. British Canadian Trust Co. PHONE 1843 315 5th STREET 71 2514 34 121 HAY -10.25 9.25 BUYING PRICE FOR No. I timothy haled, ton No. i alfalfa, baled, ton NTo. 1 Blue joint'..'........ 9.25 BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Lettuce, 15c. to 20c. a'cioz. "Onions, green, 3ac. to 20c. a uwz. ch tarueVsechingoRus to ror right months. T eiDlorers, RiizenotI and BnisiioB, iiasl pnsoaer. wt a wire ,rom a v.-om arrived, there'and that all the mem- today hat arr! ._ hers of the party were well. DR. STEWART, A WELL-KNOWN CALGARIAN, IS MADE MAJOR Calgary. Sept. .Stewart, well known in medical and political circles in Calgary, who is in" of the Queen's Canadian hospital at Beaciiborough Park, Shorncliffe, has been major. i tlie" Criminal Code. He -May was brought before Magistrate Rae this afternoon and was given the option .of paying a ?50 fine or going months. The woman Id come and help him out so that he may be able to pay his fine. Women troubled with constipation find Resall Orderlies far superior to the usual, harsh purgative. Sold only by .1. D. Higinbothanrfe Co., Limited, The Reicall- Store, 25c and' BOc What Cures Eczema 1 We have had 'so many Inquiries Rad.shes, IK. to 20o. a doz. bunch- Eczcma and other skin diseases, that ive are glad .to make our answer public. After care- Green peas, per Ib., 3 cents. Head lettuce, per Aov... 20to 3Cc, Carrots, Beets, per cwt., Turnips, per cwt., New potatoes, per Cauliflower, BOc. dozen. Cabbaga. per cwt, 75c..to on Sac. doz. Cucumbers, 25c to 40e. per doz Livestock and Poultry Choice steers. 5 to 6jc. Fat cows, 5 to 5ic. killing wethers, 6c. killing ewes, 5Jc. Select hogs, 150-250 I.ive poultry springers', jfic. It, Number 1 fowl, JO to I2c. Dressed to 14q. Fresh gathered S2c.. ripz. No. L Farmers' dairy .butter, 25c, ful'investigation we have found that a simple wash of Oil of Wintergreen, as compounded in D, D. D. Prescrip- tion, can be relied upon. We would not make tliis statement to our pat- rons, friends and neighbors unless we Tvere sure of although there are many so-called Eczema re- medies sold. we ourselves- unhesitat- ingly recommend D. D. D. Prescrip- tion. All druggists have D. D. D., 25c, 41.00. Drop into our store today, just'to talk over the merits of this wonder- ful Prescription. Ask also about D. D. D. Soap. J. D. Higinbotham Co. Druggists, Lcthbrldge, D. D. D. IS MADE IN People's Forutn Quaker Bread FLAV.OR UNSURPASSED 5c a Loaf Gilmore, PHONES.'37? and 1027 following are the results of the scheduled Kng- and Scottish leagues football games played on., the grounds of the first-named clubs'today; Midland Section Bradford 4, Leeds City 3. Derby County 2, Notts Forest 4. Grinuby Town 0. Huddersfield Town 2; Sheffield Un- ited Lincoln City 1, Bradford City 2. Notts. County 3. Barnsley 0. ShcF G'd V'ed-i-sday 2 Hull Cits i Lancashire Section Burnley T.'stocknort Bolton 3.' Manchester United Idverton A, BJackpool City 5, Bury 4. Oldham 2, Sputhpqrt Preston .North End 1 .ifiochdale Stole Ln-rpooH- Lotldon Combination Brentford 1..: Crystal "Palace 0. West Ham United J, Tottenham Hot- spur 1 Arsenal 2. Queen's Park Rangers 1. Croydon Common U, Fulham 2. .Mfllwall 0, Clapton Orient 1. Chelsea 1, Watford 0. Scottish League Hibernians 0 Morton I Civ clc 1 Hearts J Alrdrieonians 1, Aberdeen Rangers United Dundee Celtic 2. Hamilton Academicals 2, Kaith To the Men that "Care" How They Look Did you see that man. at church last Sunday whose.clothes look- ed so nice; how nicely his suit was pressed, shoes were shined so nicely? But. oh! when you looked-above his coat collar. That sleek, shink, yellow col- lar! That, and that alone, spoiled the effect of his'whole outfit. The man iby his side had on a collar that was white as snow. It had been' laundered .by the latest improved 'methods, with the "DOMESTIC" finish, like the well dressed man just like those, tliat we'exhibit- ed Jn the win- dow last Saturday and Monday. Did you see them? If you did not you missed something. Those collars had been launder- ed 37 times and were still per- fect. We can launder everything that men and women wear just as nicely as the collars were laun- dered. Give us a trial with your next parcel. Lethbridge Laundry Co.; Ltd. C. S. FARROW Phone 451 P. O. Box. 477 Rogers 0. Queen's Park Rangers 1, Partick Thistle 2. ONTARIO MAN IS COLLEGE HEAD Winnipeg, Man., Sept. entine Winkler, minister of Agricul- ture, announced today that he had of- fered to Professor J, B. Reynolds, M. A., ot the chair of English of Guelph Agricultural College, the position of principal of the Manitoba Agricultural College, and that Professor Reynolds had accepted the same, his duties to begin October SPAIN .DENIES IT Paris, Sept. statement published recently in Bordeaux that a Spanish steamer sailing ;frbm Bal- hpa was supplies' to .Ger- man Submarines which have 'been op- erating off the. coast of .France, was denied today by tli'e''Spanish1 embassy here. Tfie eriibasay said there were no German submarines in Spanish waters RE LIGHT RATES To the Editor of The Herald: Dear "Mr. Downer's letter in your paper about our light rates: He advocates a decrease in our light rates, and-states re our coal mine on the river bottom. Now Mr. Downer's remarks re the increase of light and power rates points to no technical knowledge on his tjart. He is no doubt aware, and his' coi'ieagues, thai we could supply a city double our size. The Board of Trade should con- sider the advice of a technical person before embarking on such a ridiculous .art as attempted, Is unfair to Mr. Reid, who, and his staff, knows that we cannot possibly keep the rates at j the pienent prices. It will moan a dei.'JeUiiT staff and gross inefficiency. the city cannot maintain a decent powtfr house because of a few cranks.' of no.ability on these uucstiouH what will we come to. Considering the power and light rates of 'other cities, our plant has done for the size of our city, and I am'Sure we can supply double j population wkn '.ight and power. j Wo should consider that the Cum-! mission has a job on its hands to I deal wftb, to par up for our one-horse street car. system, which could have done without for a few years. Had we the parties then on the coun- cil that .wft have now, taxes woiiid Limited, j jiave hnlf of what we have Yours truly, WM. SCOTT.' Blue Ribbon Coffea anc Baking Powdeif .Aok for Blue Ribbon.products and that your dealer gives them. AN Blue Ribbon goods are guaranteed to satisfy. If otherwise you may return them. Blue Ribbon Coffee and Baking Powder .are the best on the market or they couldn't be sold with so strong a' guarantee.