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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta ,f- I PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. 3 LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best SJSaity Wiollterta Italian Prunes, Freestone Peaches Bartlett Pears Should canned ns I lie season is well Itnvimls Ijie. end. have a good supply of -fresh stock. the uncos. Quality ITALIAN heavy boxes. BARTLETT sue. best qunUiy; per case IMPROVED GEM Pinls. per dozen.................. IMPROVED GEM Quarts, per dozen PICKLING just received. pounds for 80c 52.75 90c 25c FREESTONE heavy cases; enrli................. WEALTHY APPLES; Standard i-ases. line 'eating; per'case1'......... rnwrapped. per crate SMALL Per crato.......................... GREEN For pound PICKLING ONIONS; Silverskins; Per pound 95e SLOO 15c lOc Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHER MARKETS French Blow Up a Supply Plant of Foe Paris, Sept. official state- _ _ _ meni oi the French 'office; this and closing Drices on the grain ex- aitcrnoon, describes great activity on j changes tedat were TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Sept. Lelhbridtje. t'lear 62 Edmonton, til j Hattleiord, mir 64 Saskatoon, cloudy fil Swift Current, dear frl j Regina, clear 5S i VYinnipes, clear ij-S f Kamlfiops U-l Rod Deer, clear'.......... j Calgary, clear HS i }Iacleod, clear 62 (.Medicine Ifat, clear 62 I Prince Albert, clear 63 i Port Arthur, fair o4 i Xelson ijy i The weather-has been mostly clear! with light frosts in some parts. SO 38 30 32 30 31 12 -10 27 32 31: 3Si 33 i 31'' 35 rhe part oi .tte French artillery at various points along the battle linejOct in France. Nov. ThC'text of the communication iol- Dec lows May "In the Artois district our artil- violent Oct. lery, last night, "delivetei! hnmbardmenf against the works -o the enemy, and interfered with their provision" trains. The German its showed particular activity near Oc.t Arras and on the front along the Open Close1 87 87JI 37 '87-11 S6J SB3 a little warmer. All and Dec Crischon river. The firing oi the ene- Oct my w as also .fairly well sustained in Nov the regions of Foucaucourf, Harle- Dec. villfc and Tracy-le-Val, and brought out an energetic response. Capture German Post "In the vicinity of Berry-au-Bac; last night, there was fighting with bombs and artillery and rifle. On the canal, between the Aisne and the 'Maine we took a German listening post. 35} 36.'. 4SJ 1.45 35J 341- CITY AND BISTKiCT Chtss Club Meet The Chess will meet tonight in j H. W. Whiddington's office, Sherlock I Block. i l.'ol- 1.15J 1-45J WINNIPEG CASH PRICES 92 S9A Visited Calgary G. H. Marnoch, presid'ent of the Board of Trade, was on a business trip to Calgary, yesterday. "In. the Champagne district our ar- tillery to a bc-iiiiraruinent north ot Camp de Chalons and check- ed the German heavy artillery. North of Perthes a depot of munitions with-- in the enemy's lines was blown up. '.Between the Aisne and the gonne district the artillery of enemy maintained its' activity Xo. 1 Nor. No. 2 Nor. Xo. 3 Nor. Xo. 2 C. W. Nro. 3 C. W. Extra -N'o. 1 No. 1 Feed Xo. 2 Feed Xo. 3 Xo. 4 Feed A.r-j Flai- last night. The fire was answered with energy. our' batteries con- tinued their destructive, fire." No. 1 X. W. C. a" Xo. 2 C. W. CHICAGO WHEAT 1.C1 93J 86} William Scherm, farmer, of Bea- 1UNNEAPOLIS WHEAT ver. Pa., was stung senseless by bees and A in the hospital. j SePl........................... 83S .------------------------------------------------__ i Dec................... 91! I May 96 Sept. Dec. May 37J 36J- 35} 55 52 45 1.45 1.42 l.OU 93 New Oil Company The London Alberta Petroleum Lim- ited Inon-personal liability) has been incorporated, with a capital of 000, and head office in Lethbridse. World Events Are pictured .in You posted unless you the Current cannot keep read them. We sell all of the good Literary MAGAZINES Journals. Papers, Etc., Etc. Let us handle your subscrip- tions. The Red Cross Drag Book Co., Limited 94-J Capital .Fixed The capital of the Farmers' Co-Op- erative Elevator Co. has been fixed I at on advice of toe-execu- tive council. Will Confer R.A. Degree At a regular convocation to be held i tomorrow evening, in the Masonic Hall, at S o'clock sharp. Shekinah I Chapter, No. 158, win confer the R.A. degree. Visiting- companions will be accorded a hearty welcome. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR "Crystal Brand" Creamery Butter The Bvst Fresh Butter on the by CRYSTAL DAIRY Phone 1576 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; and his shoes were shined so But. oh! when you looked above his ooat collar. That sleek, shiny, vellow col- lar! Tliat. and that alone, spoiled the effect of his whole outfit. The man Jjy 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 juat like those Oiat we exhibit- ed-in the Emniess Block win- dow last Saturday and .Monday. Did jou see them? If you did not you missed something. Those collars had been launder- ed 37 times and were still per- left We can launder everything that men and women wear Just as nicely as the collars were laun- itered. Give ui a trial with your next parcel. Lethbridge Laundry Co., C. FARROW Chern 461 I P. O. Box 477 I LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, 5J.80-S8.SO- steei f3.7M6.00; cows, S5.25-J5.40; heifers 'Chicago: cattle 56.0M10.SO-. Consolidated School District Oflicia! announcement ig made in i the latest issue- of the Alberta Ga-1 zette of the conso'iidation of the Coal-i dale school district 1805, the North' 94J'Coaldale districrSMl, the East Coal-: dale district 3282 and the South Coal- i dale district 32S2, in the Consolidated', school district No. i. MARKETS .LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Track prices (October Wheat.................. 70% Oats 95 Barley vjo'H Wagon prices: Wheat..............; 73 Oats 37 Barley...... 34 110 BUYING PRICE F03 HAY N'o. 1 timothy baled, ton 10.25 No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton...... 9.25 No. 1 Bluejoint g BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Lettuce. 15c. to 20c. a doz. ifuaches. Onions, green, iac. .to 20c. a doz. bunches.. Radisbes, loo. to 20c. a doz. bunch- es. Green peas, per. ib., 3 cents. Head lettuce, per. doz., 20to 30c. Carrots, per cwt., BeeU, per cwt., ;jl.50. per cwt., 11.00. New potatoes, per ton, S15.00> Cauliflower, IJOc.' dozen. Cabbage, .per cwt.; 75c. to Corn on te 2oc. doz. Cucumbers, 25c to 40c, per doi Livevtock and Poultry Choice .sweri, 5 l-Kc. Fat cows, kiliitig wethers, 6c. killing ewes. 5Jo. Select hogs, 150-2SO Ibs., 8c. Live poultry springers, 16c. lb. N'umbcr 1 fowl, 10 to 12c. Dressed 12 to 14c. Fresh gathered eggs, 22c. N'o. I Farmers'. dairy butter, 25c. Leaves Force ConstaKe Bell, famous rough rid-1 er and broncho, b.uster, who has been a member of the Police i force here for over a year, has left i the force, his time having expired. It is understood that Bell will go in- to the business of torse training Mounties Tramferred Corporal McCarthy, who has been attached to K s >n _of the Mounted Fuhce. he -ne Bas oeen transferred v Lodge, Sast where he ni i charge of de aehment i- Thompson left the same Ufiy" ior her. London, Scut. Mo- Senna, chancellor of the exchequer, n his budget speech today estimated liafc the government's revenue for i -he current year would be 800 that the eJipen- Your Grocer will Supply BIG YIELDS AT Home Guard Regimental Orders iseal year would acosef be lanr.i'io of it; 'Albion Ridge district are not ghen to talking very much of their bis crops. But they have uome of the heaviest yields in I the south this year. The smallest av- j will te 35 bushels, and many j yields will bc'ns higli as .30 at least. The Rutledgc farm has an av- erage of (ill. Ed. Lynn is an- ow For Discolored CJosets ,-_ scouring. It is 'so easy to .have a clean, odorless bowl if you follow the simple directions on the 'Sani-FIush can.'' it positively cannot injure the bowl or connections. Sani-Flush Cleans Bowls We sell it at 50 cents a can The o. ltd. Store New Appointments The latest .Al-berta Gazette records meiits have bee; The non-commissioned officer! will meet in the Home Guard headquar- ters on Second avenue south at S sharp on Wednesday. The executive committee will meeti in the strangers' room at the Chi- nook dub at 8 p.m. on Thursday. The home guard will assemhle in front of the Chinook cluh on Friday av 7.30 p.m. -with rifles, any man ever the age of 21 is invited to taka part in the drill, the Home Guard bugle band will fall in sharp at 8'. 15. Hy order f Ollicer Commanding, Manitoba to Vote on Prohibition Soon per cent, of allwar profits above the ouJr'do'ito amount assessed, for income tax last j year will be to a special '-tax, which works out at fid per cent, of profits. Mr. McKenna estimates the revenue from this source in a full year at .An all-round increase of 50 per cent, in duty (in tea, coffee, tobacco, dried fruits and other art- icles was suggested and also an in- crease of. 100 per cent, on patent me- dicines. The halfpenny postage is to Truck Gardens are Yielding Heavily Raymond, Sept. The extensive gardens of the local Japanese colony yielding unusually heavy this, season) "and. already shipments are being. made to the w.estcrn cities. Winnipeg, Sept. >referehdunt on temperance question will be i held during the month of March fol- lowing a meeting of the legislature, the date of which has not yet been decided. At a caucus of the, Manitoba Liberal party held in Winnipeg to- day the matter was discussed ati sreat Icagih, and it is expected that n, definite date .will he announced at the conclusion-of a cabinet meeting to he held tomorrow morning. Premier iVorris presided at night's caucus and practically every Liberal member of the legislature Was present. mph rates are to Wt'Last a car of mixed vegetables r cent. ?s o he-put Car tax of 331-3 per cent, is to he "pi on all imported jnotor cars, bicycles, "plate' citV' The .hoys aref getting an expenditure im] sources of supply. It sary to borrow DOG JUDGE DEAD New York, N.Y., Sept. Jlortimer. one of the most prominent judges of dogs In this country, died, was consigned to the after a brief rllness at his i ho a i home in Hempstead, L.I. HUN' now is comparatively small.' One Jap this fall clearetK S150 .front less than half an acre of cabbage. The Japanese do not -confine their agricultural -activities to_ garden stuff but the. colbnyr is operating a They have a splendid crop. DIAMOND GIVEN: AWAY OEPHEUM Ssif'irdaj, Sept 25 PENSION SCtj CANADIAN Ottawa Ont OFFICERS 20 nange madt1 for a London Sept 21. The German'51" TO REVIEW ubmarme which" has been operating ONTARIO SOLD1ER.S m the Black Sea recently, has heen j sunk bv 1 an ships, it is announc-! all pro- ed in Odessa. Off the British coast .ten thousand the British steamer Linkmoor, diers at Camp will be re- 048 tons gross, has.been sunk, pre- sumably in the renewal of German submarine operations. :he following appointments: Frederick scheme for the permanent and vcluh' Williani Chancy, Lethbridge, justice teer forces of the Canadian naval ser- of the neace; Horace Miller. -ethbridge; Theodore A. Suadal, Ta- jer, commissioners for taking affi- davits; Herbert John Dufty, Lomond, ssuer of marriage licenses. Charles District Court Opens reen of has been appointed BUSINESS LOCALS DANCE AND BOX SOCIAL At Hyssop School, Friday night, Sept. 24th bring boxes. A good time and good music joundikeeper, the pound to be kept on he n.w. V4 -of 17-11-19. Weeiey "'League' Elects Officers The annual election of officers was held last evening of Wesley Epwortb league. The meeting was enthusiastic throughout. The Rev. G. H. Cobble- dick was in tbe chair. Private. V, Pet- rie of the 63rd Battalion, Sarcee Camp, gave a solo, and Misses Daw- son and Hendrie a duet. The officers elected were; President, E. Chand- ler; first vice (Christian Eihdeavor de- Mr.-R. W. Guess; second vice (missionary Jiiss Galloway; third -vice (social and lit- erary Miss Cobbledickk; fourth vice (good citizenship depart- -Mr. 3. Livingstone; secretary, Miss- Beatrice Allison; treasurer, Miss Agnes Livingstone; pianist, Miss Lin- gard. The committees xvll! be struck on Thursday evening next. Next Mon- day evening a special rally will be held, when a debate will be enjoyed. Subject: "Resolved, that the. United States should declare war on Ger- many." Tbe speakers will be: affirm- ative, D. H. Cobbtediek and John Liv- ingstone: E. Chancier and H.T Hamilton. vice. Naval captains who -have been retired owing to injuries, will receive from to ?1440 accord- ing to the degree of Sea- men will receive from to cording to injuries received. Widows of flag officers will receive per I month and ?10 a month for every chi'ld. Widows of seamen will receive ?22 a .mouth and ?5 per month- for each child, District Court civiv sessions opened this morning, Judge Jarkson presid- ing. The following cases have thus far been .disposed of: The case' of Molson's Bank vs Campbell; judgment was given plaint Iff for claim and costs. Judgment for ?40 and costs was gi en plaintiff in the action of Selman vs. Hicks. The action of Peters vs. Keel was bt'Jd over till the next sitting ot the j court. Sadowaki' vs. Mueller wan with drawn, and Sharman vs. Parson was settled satisfactorily out of court. viewed Saturday afternoon next, Sep- tember 25, by Sir Robert Borden. Ar- rangements for the review are being made Hughes, minister of militia, and by Colonel Loggie, who is '.In command of the western Ontario military.division." Sir.Sam will spend Wednesday and at the camp whero: he.'wiM complete arrangements for fie- visit of the Premier on Sat- urday The i SIP ''t tonight for Bar ne Ont wi is to be tendered a rece tion befoie proceed- ing the camp Rexail Onierlies make you fine. You will feel better.and Jive longer jf you'll keep your bowels, regular by the occasional..use of Rexaii Order- lies. Sold J. p. Higin'botham Co., IS USED BY THE BEST BAKERS AND CATERERS EVERYWHERE, ALSO BY CHEFS IN THE LARGE HOTELS; AND.ON DINING CARS, STEAMSHIPS, ETC. E.W.GILLETT COMPANY TORONTO PLACES LOAN Toronto, Out., Sent. city Of Toronto has been successful in se- curing a loan in New York. The issue, which IB for Is in the form of notes to run nine months. The terms.'are on tbe basis of 5 per cent per annum. Tbe notes were sold to jg "a great treat in etoie.for New York bank. 3rfl C.M.R. IN FRANCE -Medidne Hat, Alta., Sept. C. S. Pingie has re- ceived a cablegram from Cap- tain Plng'Ie, stating that the 3rd, Regiment of the C.M.R. is' now in "France. A 'ON THE FIELD OF HONOR" The -'publiaKerB of The Family Herald and Weekly Star, Montreal, are making a utrbng '.Wd for -.that beautiful picture, full of pathos, en- titled "Oirtlie Field of Honor." It 1s nssumed the publishers of tbe Famtly Herald 'have In .ralnd uslrigi-it aa a presentation plate. If that is ,so thare of The Family Herald and Weekly Star this autumn. In post years The Family jHerald of -Montreal lias been noted not only for the wonderful ex- cellence of that journal .but for many beautiful. pictures It bas presented to its readers. The family Herald has a name fm succeeding in anything it undertakes, and we feel sure iMt is humanly .powible to, secure "On Uie Field! of iHoBOl that the publishers will In getting it 'On the Field of Houor' tttracUug wide- rpread utttptiCH lp MAJESTIC j THEATRE Mon.-Tues. Sept. 27-28 GREAT PATKIOTIG ATTRACTION The Columbia Minstrels! ALL LOCAL TALf NT COMPAQ OF 25 SPLENDID SINGING CHORUi CLEVER COMEDIANS SPECIAL ORCHESTRA PROCEEDS IN AID OF PATRIOTIC FUND TICKETS NOW SELLING AT MEDLEY DRUG CO. AND OF MEMBERS OF THE I O D E ADMISSION ;