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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor BeitjUSadayhptelinllllKrta MADAM: When the grocer says it's iust as good as TAYLOR MADE he doubts your judgment Italian Prunes, Freestone Peaches Bartlett Pears Should canned now as the season is Belting pretty, well towards llui end. We have a good supply of'fresh slock. Note the prices. Quality Extra heavy gnu ITALIAN boxes. BARTLETT size, best nuality; per -case IMPROVED GEM Pint? per dozen................. IMPROVED GEM Quarts, per dozen................ PICKLING just received. 3 pounds for 90c 51.00 FREESTONE heavy each................ WEALTHY APPLES; Stan.lani i-ases. fine eating: per case LARGE 1'mvrapped, per crate SMALL Per ct-nto......................... GREEN Per pound PICKLING ONIONS; Silverskius: Per pound.......................... 95c 15c 10c Phonel271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 B WEATHER 55 38 It's No Secret! Thais who use it know Model Bakery Bread is superior in every detail DoYduKaowIt? N. J. SCHWEITZER. PROP. Phone 1175, MARKETS 5S (H 04 MONDAY'S Cnii.'J PRICES Uinnipeg, -Ainu., Sept. Opening and closing prices on the gmiri ex- changes today were Oct Lethbridge, elcjr Edmonton, clear Calaarv, clear Medicine Hat. clear Macleod, clear Red Deer, clear... Foremost, clear i Winnipeg, cloudy G 1 Port Arthur, cloudy 5 The weather over the prairie prov- i inces has been mostly fair and with 1 rain in narts of Manitoba and Saskat- j chewan. j Forecst All Fine and cool, with light frosts. 40 4S BIRTHS Open Close 86} 87} j SGS 1.45J May :Oct........................ Barley- Sept, Dec.'........................... -ISJ Oct. Dec. VVIXXIPEC CASH PRICES N'o. 1 Nor................... Xo. 2 Xor................... Xo. .'i. Nor. C. Xo. 3. C. Extra Xo. 1 Feed No.'3 Xo. i Feed -_ jNo: IX. W..-C; jN-p: 2 C. CHICAGO WHEAT Sept.................. 1.01 93 I MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT (If i May S5j SB; Friday. Sept. 17th. to Mr. and Mrs. W. ji. Edwards, a daughter. 353 Sept. ISih, to Mr. anil i -Mrs. Ernest F. Layton. a daughter. in; CITY AND DISTRICT 1. 4 j Wesley Church Choir j A special practice of above choir is I called for (Tuesday) night, i at S o'cloc. A full attendance is re- 94 1 nuestfed. 92J- World Events Are pictured in [tie Current Magazines. You cannot keep posted unless you read them. We sell all of the good Literary MAGAZINES Journals, Papers, Etc., Etc. Let us handle -your subscrip- tions. The Red Cross Drug Beok Co., Limited S3 1.44 1. 11 Two Delegates The city will send two delegates to the convention of the Unions of Al- bcfia Municipalities, winch meets at Bassatio on October If) and 21. Attends Calgary Meeting W. A, Buchanan, M.P., is in Calsary, attending a meeting, of the South Al-j berta barnch of the Canadian Patri- j otic Fund, He wiil return tomorrow, j Royal Arch Masons to Meet l.Oli Sheklnah Chapter. No. 15S. R.A.H., 93'. i nieet in regular convocation ou yy" Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in the Masonic hall. The R.A. degree will he conferred, and visiting com- panions will be- heartily welcomed. Canadian Patriotic Fund The boh. treasurer, Mr. Robert J. LIVESTOCK' PRICES YESTERDAY, Calgary: Hogs, 5S.80: steers. ?6.25: I Ritchie Paterson, bees to acknowledge; cows'. 25.25-S5.40; heifers, S5.7a. 'tfle receipt of a cheque for the sum Chicaso: Hogs, cattle, iof H6.05 from the I.OJ3.E., per llrs. j J6.I5.S10.30. Grysta! Dairy ltd, Phone 1S76 LOCAL_MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Track prices (October :at DUNDEE TO BATTLE N.YJ, .Man-1 'dct and Johnny Dundee were matched TO nieet at Madjson garrien! on September 21. This bout com-> t jjhjtes'a solid list'of engagements will keep Johnny busy until Thanks- j giving., BUYING PRICE i V.Tie; j Oats...... Barley Flax.......... prices: 70V, 25% 35% 119 To the Men that I "Care" How They Look I Did you see that man at church I last Sunday whose clothes look- ed so nice: ;liow nicely his suit was .pressed, and his shoes were sliined.ao nicely? But, oil! when you looked above .his coat collar. That, sleek, shink, yellow coi- lar' That and that alone, spoiled the effect-of whole outilt. The Jtmn iby his side had on a collar Uiat was white as snow. It had been laundered by the latest improved methods, with the "DOMESTIC" finish, like the well dressed man wears- just .like those that we exhibft- ,ed in the Empress Block win- dow last Saturday and Monday. Did you see them? Jf you did hot you missed something. 1 Those collars had been launder- ed 27 times and were still per- fect We can launder everything that men "and women wear just as rilcaly as the collars were laun- dered Give ui a trial with your next pi ret I, ;Utfcbridgc Laundry Co., Ltd. C. tr PAR ROW i P. o. BOX 477 J No. 'i timothy baled, "ion 1 !N( 119 HAY 10.25 j 9.25 9.25 i S tames, being the proceeds from the; operation of the Hudson's Bay tea- rooms on the 10th inst. The Chapter have decided to donate to this lund j the net proceeds derived in this way on the second Friday of each month. Resigns from Trades Council J. O. Jones fcas resigned his posi- tion as president of the local Trades and Labor Council, and a' successor will be appointed in his place shortly. It is understood that the members of tbe council have asked -Mr. Jones to re-consider his to retire, but he has not yet given a definite ans- wer. It is not expected that he will I accept. No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton___ Xo. 1 Bluejoint BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Lettuce, 15c. .to 20c. a Oaions, green, 15c. to 20c. a doz. faiinchea. Radishes, 15c. to 20c. a doz. bunch- es. Green peas, per 3 cents. Head lettuce, per doz., 20to 30c. Carrots, per cwt., per cwt, ?1.50. Turnips, per cwt., N'ett' potatoes, per ton, Cauliflower, GOc. dozen. Cabbage, per cwt., Inc. to Corn on coh-r-10 to 25c. doz. Cucumbers. Use to -JOe. per doz Livestock and Poultry Choice 5i-6e. Fat cows, 4j-5Ac. killing wethers, 6c. killing ewes. 5ic. Select hogs, 150-250 Ibs., 8c. Live poultry springers, ific. Jb. Xiimber J fowl, .10 to 12c. Dressed 12 to He. Fresh gathered eggs, 22c. doz. Xo. 1 Farmers' dairy butter, 25c. (CANADIAN BANKS I TO CANDLE CROPS i -Ottawa, Sept to re- ports from the minister of finance, the banks are in a position to handle the western harvest. The viiible as- sets at the present time aggregate more (hah of which over is in gold. Should it bs necessary ..the binks may, under tbe new set, issue additional circulation. The government has arranged for the assistant receiver-general's office, in Winnipeg to handle grain hills and other collateral. Upon these advan- Jo Dominion netei will i-e the Higinbotliam's Ammoniated Tinsture of "A friend.in ncod': 25c teaspoonful in a wineglass ot" water every three hours. Children in proportion. The Uncoil -Store Lead ing by a chain his prize bull- dog, which is a special breed develop- ed by himself, and which has won many 'prizes, J. E. Tuson appeared at the patriotic rally Friday evening, to oiler the dog for auction as his I contribution to the patriotic fund. j So stirred had Mr. Tuson been at the speech of Sir Herbert Ames, that he slipped out of the meeting, went home and got his dog. It was the only thing he had to oner at the time, and he determined to make his sacrifice, though it meant much to him. Unfortunately, however, meeting was just ever when he rived back at the theatre, and some unfortunate manner, failed j connect "with the members of the pa- triotic committee so that his sacri- fice did not become known to the "public in time to hold an auction on the valuable dog at the time when the to The Popularity That T' FIDUR enjoys- i.s due only to the, high standard of quality maintained and tiie moderate price at which it is sold. See your grocer about' it IVOW' ElilSOl HILLIIG CO, Home Guard Regimental Orders The Home Guard will assemble in front of the Chinook cluh with rifles on Monday night, at 7.30 sharp. llecniiting Officer Bartlett wiil he on hand at 7J5 to take the names of new members for No. 5 Company. It is important ihat this company be re- cruitecl to full strength at once. The Home Guard executive commit- tee will meet ou Thursday evening at S o'clock in the Strangers' room at the Chinook club. NSuaeestions In writing from any member that would he of benefit -to the Home Guard management, wil'l he gladly received jy the committee. Communications can be handed to the Quartermaster- sergeant at the Monday night drill. By Order of the OFFICER COMMANDING. GOD SAVE THE KING! breeding canines, dog lie calis the This particular Chinook-Courtney .cornet, developed through'breeding of it would have done most good. degs he brought from England. Mr. Tuspn's do? is worthy of spe-i Mr. Tuson has three dogs left from cial notice, and in order that the I a kennel of these dogs, and he has public may have some appreciation won prizes aM over Canada ivith them, of the sacrifice the ilog fancier was This particular dos he offered to the willing to make for the fund, the j fund is the champion, having won the Herald gives some idea of just what reserve grand championship kind oi a dog it is. Mr. Tuson is justly proud of it, for it represents a special breed which he has himself entire exhibition at of the Edmonton, also. other prizes there. ..The dog has also won big prizes .at Winnipeg, Calgary, developed through wide experience in Vancouver and Fargo, N.D. No Increase in Light Rates A general re-adjustment of the j the street railway will be raised to charges in the electric light depart- i cost, The cost of. the coal will he rc- j ment. is to be made whereby no in- duceci from 51.25 to, SI.18 a ton, and I crease in light rates will he ueces- balance of after this sary to tiie public. This was decided j has (lone will he -charged to late this 'afternoon at a meeting ofjstreeL lighting, taken care of by the commissioners. The charges for i the finance department. This will nc- power to .th? pumping station '.vill j cessitate no raise in'rates to the be raised lo cist, hitherto being low-[ public. All these adjustments will er than cost, and also the charges to date from the first of the year. PURITY ON .OUR Quaker Bread FLAVOR UNSURPASSED 5c a Loaf Gilmore, PHONES 378 and 1027 District Court Cases Judge Jackksoh wiSI open civil -sea- Spoke on Y.M.C.A. Work D. A. McKiHop, secretary of the Y. M.C.A. religious work among the sol- sions of the District Court on Tuea- diers of Sarcee Camp, Calgary, occii- j day morning. The .following is the pied the pulpits of Wesley church yes-j docket of cases: terday morning and Knox church in Large Debt the evening. At 'both services il r. McKiliop gave vivid descriptions of the work that the is doing for the soldiers in their camps at home and McDaniels Protzman; Vanover vs. McManama: the Molson'a vs. Campbell; Uie.MoIson's Bank ank abroad. In particular he spoke of tiie i et al. Wetzel; Massey-Harris Co. vs. Greip m IN i CIIY In this Column Will be Every Monday Church Announce- for the Coming Week. Notices for This Column 'Should Reach office not later than 10 a.m. Monday. of Enter- tainments for which Admission Charged will not, of course, be accept- ed for this column. many temptations that confront the soldiers in their camps, and the work that is being done by (he "Y" to1 lift them up and to show them the great power of .Jesus. South Country Clergy in City During the absence of their Rectors at the General Synod of the Anglican Church, being held in Toronto, the congregations of St. Augustln's and St. Cyprian's churches have been privileged to have the ministrations of clergy belonging to the-Archbishop of Canterbury's Southern Alberta -Mis- sion during the last two Sundays. The Rev. A. Herring, who recently ar- rived from the Old Country, preached on ,last Sunday, and yesterday, the Rev. 'Canon Mowat preached in St. Augufitin's Church In the morning, and in St. Cyprian's Church in the ev- ening. At the latter service Canon Mowat delivered a thoughtful and elo- quent sermon, during whk-h he paid a beuatiftil tritfiite to the character of his late colleague in the. mission field, the Rev. Hush Speks, who.as a Major in the British Army fell fight- Ing on the battle, (ifc'ds of Flanders. Next Sunday the sen-ices at the two churches will be talien .by the Rev. Mr. Brandt of Taber. iMaster Joe Halg. the Can ad Ian S-nall Debt HoagHn vs. Peters, et al vs. Keel; Sadowski VB. 'Mueller et al; Sel- mn va. Hicks; Keel VB. Hyssop; Sharman vs. Parsons. Interpleader McVinnle vs. Na'ie. Appeals Harrop vs. Skelton: Westbrook vs. King. Workmen's At Knox The Westminster Guild will meet in the school room of the church to- night at 8 o'clock. A lecture, accom- panied by lantern slides, on Palestine, ivii'i he given'by Rev. A, H. Denoon. All the young' people of the church J are. cordiolly invited. The regular prayer service will be held on Wednesday evening at 8 o'- clock. Immediately after the 'meeting a meellng of the officers and teach- ers of departments of the Sunday school will he held to discuss plans for the coming season's work. The usual choir practice wiil bo held on Friday evening. The choir- master, Mr. E. F. Layton, will be glad Aspey vs. Berford; fcUiitOHi vs Call. receive any tenor or alto, singers Pac Jlly Co. i the- choir. There are still yacan- cles for any who can sing those The annual rally day Hervico will bo in Knox-church next Sunday morning. All pupils of the .Sunday Chatham, One.. Sept. nmn school are requester! to meet m the the name of V. D. Crevier and j school room at 10.30 for roll call. Tho PRO-GERMAN HELD AT CHATHAM, ONT. suspected by many or being man agent, war. arrested near tbo village of iWdsvlllr yesterday and lodged in the county jail hern He had been delivering addresses at public schools throughout the oaatern por- tion of the county, and fcffc talks were of the pro-German variety. He tainad permission to address the'pu- pils "by stating that he had bsen au- thorized by the Dominion govern- ment to deliver addresses on in schools throughout He declares that he was IB'the Belgian army when the war broke out, and (-jfir. I centre of the church is being reserv- ed'for the pupils of the Sunday school. nightingale, at the EmpreiK Theatre [later escaped to Canada from a Ger- 1 tonight I man prtioa camp. St. Andrew's The Senior Christian meet evening at 8 o'- clock. Suh'ject, "Woitcl ideals: Uow Foreign Missions help to achieve Wednesday evening, the Onward Bi- ble Class will- meet. The Intermediate Christian Endeav- or will meet at 8 o'clock. Wealf" The Epworth league will bold their Annual meeting tonight and the elec- tion of officers wiil take place. MtisJ- will be given by Misses Dawson and Hentlrie and Private Petrie of Sarcee-tCamn. A full at; tendance of the members is requested.' A special service, preparatory to Rally Sunday 'will be held on Wednes- day evening. -Members of the church who have unused communion cards are requested to return thorn on the collection plates. Infant baptism will be lie'Jri next Sunday afternoon at 1.15 p.ih. The choir will meet for practice as usual on Friday evening. Westminster The Epwortb league will meet Lo- night. A report of the Summer school work at Plncher Crtek wlh be read. The mid-week prayer, service will he held gn Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. Subject, third of the series on "Jesus in the The "-Women's Missionary Society ivllj meet on Thursday afternoon, at 3 o'clock; at the Jiome. of Mrs. Burg- Nineteenth street North. I Immediately after this meeting, a meeting nf the Ladies' Aid will he held. The choir will meet for practice on Krldny evening, under the direction of .Mrs. Jackson. St. The Sunday 'school teachers' usual weekly meeting will be combined with the Adult Bible class' "discus- sten" hour, on Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Choir practice will be held oa Fri- day evening at 8 o'clock, when Mr. H. G. Straker, the choirmaster, will uc.come tenor and baps voices into this department of ctourch work. On a meetinfi of the Junior W.A. nill be held, when MAJESTIC THEATRE Mon. -Tues. Sept 27-28 GREAT _' 'PATRIOTIC! ATTRAGTIOIV fhe Columbia Minstrels ALL LOCAL TALENT COMPANY OF 25 SPLENDID SINGING CHORUS CLEVER COMEDIANS PROCEEDS.IN AID OF }PATRIOTIC FUND TICKETS NOW SELLING AT HEDLEY DRUG CO. AND OF MEMBERS OF THE I. o. D. E. ADMISSION a series, of ihtureatlnfe.'lunterh bliiiei illustrating various phases o[ the work of the Junior Women's of the Church will bo exhibited. St. The regular service of intercession will be held In St. Mary's Church on Wednesday evening at S o'clock. The St. Mary's .girls' Society will Parish ttall on Friday ev- ening 'it'S. Sn.ntitt The mid-week lervlce will be held on'Wednesday eydning at .S'o'clock. Choir 'practice nn'd .Young Peopje'a meeting will be ing at 8 o'clock. ;