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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel in Alberta THE SONG OF THE SWEET DOUGH Dough Soh Me Dough Life's one prolonged harmonic chord When "Taylor-made" adorns your board Italian Prunes, Freestone Peaches Bartlett Pears Should IH> canned us the soason gel I well the i-nil. have ;i troocl supply of iYivli ttook. Note the prices. (Duality ITALIAN Kxlra liwivv boxes. Kai-U BARTLETT size, lic.st quality; per IMPROVED GEM Pints, per dor.en IMPROVED GEM .Quarts, per dozen.................. PICKLING just received, 3 pounds for 89c 90c FREESTONE l-X lieavy crises; er.cii WEALTHY APPLES; Standard iVne eatiny; per case LARGE ECONOMY CRATES wrapped, per crate SMALL Per crate GREEN Per pound PICKLING ONIONS; Silverskins; Per luniiid......................... 95o 15c 10c Office: Phone 1271 CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 ill WEATHER Home Guard Regimental Orders The non-commissioned oilicers will meet in ibs 1-iome Guard headquar- ters oh Second -avenue south at S p.m. sharp on Wednesday. The executive fominittc-i1 will ivii-et in the strangers' room at the Chi- nnok tlub at S p.m. on Tiuirsilay. The home guard will assemble iti front of the Chinook club on Friday a-, 7.SO p.m. vith rifles, any man j i-vcr the of 21 is invited to take; part in the drill, the. Home Guard I bugle band will tall in sharp at S.-in. "Bv order i Oftk-tr Commanding. clear 75 l-Mimmtoii, iiiir Brooks, clear Saskatoon, cloudv Swift Current, fair I liegma. cloudy Porcace, clear 66 36 43 SO 35 3S 3S 3S THE BULLETIN BOARD for Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Shekicah Chapter, No. 15S. H.A.M.. meet in regular convocation tonight, in the -Masonic ha'Il. at S o'clock. The R.A. degree will be conierred. j Port Arthur, dear 58 34 I Nelson. j Foremost, clear W 38 j Red Dffer. clear 69 -12 I Calgary, cloudy GS i cleur (Medicine Hat. fair Prince Albert, fair Braniion, fair Winnipeg, fair.......... llortien, clear Constipated women find Rexall Or- derlies a gentle, natural laxative. Sold only by j. D. Hisinbothani Co., Limited, The Hexall Store, 10c. _3c and 50c Up Ready-Made Farmsl The weather over prov-! inces. has been mosily clear and i warmer. FOKECAST Western Provinces Fair and moderately" warm. j ________I The .Natural Resources department of the C.P.R. is succeeding this year in placing farmers on a good many of their ready-made farms east of Leth-j bridge, and in other sections, and re- WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES cecily have brought several parties j Winnipeg, Man., Sept. and closing prices on the local'graiu MARKETS World Events Are pictured in the Current Magazines. You cannot keen 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 Book Co., Limited ho irill locale on these ,-eek a further party of farmers from, the States reached me city, pud it is expected will take residence on the Jarms shortly. BUSINESS LOCALS Crystal Dairy Ltd. Phone 1576 DANCE AND BOX SOCIAL School, Friday night, Sept. TNSTANTLY prc'inces BO abundant creamy lather slid makes your quick mid pleasant. If ansble to get it from your dealer, fill out the attached cctuDon and mail with 10 cents for medium sized trial tube uid free can of Mennen's "Talcum for Man." exchange today were as follows: October November December .May October December Barley- September October. Open Close SSK j SSS. 94% 35% i 24 50 14G 14B 140 Fl ax- October November L Closing Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern.......... No. '1 Northern........ Nro. 3 Northern.......... No. 4.................. Oats- No. 2 C. W............... No. 3 C. Ex: No. 1 Feed.......... No. 1 Peed................ No. 2 Feed............... No. No. 4........} I Feed.................. No. 1 N. W. C............. No. 2 C. W......: Winnipeg Car Receipts Today Week aj 1230 C7G 21 34 Jo 1 0 39U 3SVt 36ii X42V4 Wheat.. Oats Bariey No Excuse For Discolored Closet Bowls Sani-Flush keens them white as new no _. scouring. is so' easy to'iiave a clean, odorless.. bowl it; you- follow the simple directions on liie Sani-Flush can. It positively. cannot injure the bowl or connections. Cleans Water-Closet It at. 50 cents a can The Store CITY AND DISTRICT Board of Trade Lunciieon Thy Board of Trade luncheon will to be held tomorrow noon at the Letli- bridge Hotel. Struck Off Register The South Lethbridge Co-Operative Society. Limited, and the Lethbridge Farming Co.. Limited, may he struck off the register. Judge Simmons' Brother Killed Mr. Justice Simmons left Calgary Friday night i'or Saskatoon to attend the funeral of his brother who was killed in a nmawav accident on Fri- day. Salberg Grain Co. MEMBERS WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE Lothbridge Floor, Hull Block. Baptist Business Meeting A special business meeting of the First Baptist church will be held to- j night in the church at S.30. All mem-! bers of the church are urged to be j present. i Northern M.P.P. Visitor J. R. Lowery. 31.P.P., Lloydminstsr, was in the city yesterday. He was j greatly impressed with the crops he saw on his way down from Calgary. Good Yields at Bow Island R. G. Kendall of the southwest of 35-7-9 threshed eight acres of wheat last week, and secured the splendid average of 51 bushels. J. Morri- son of southeast of 35-7-9, has a splen- CVGS cf barley, going 50 bushf.s to the Island Review. FARMERS! DO YOU GET THE BEST RESULTS IN SHIPPING YOUR GRAIN? 1C not, why not take advantage of our years oi: experience to get the Highest Grade and Price. Write, telephone or wire us for prices and Information, John Billings Co., Ltd. Head Office, Alberta 5th St. S., Lethbridge. Members .Winnipeg'-and Calgary Grain, Exchanges.. PROMPT RETURNS. LIBERAL ADVANCES. Will Elect New President A meeting of the Trades and Labor Council will be held tomorrow even- ing at 8 o'clock in the Labor Temple.' Important'business wil'i we discussed.' Election .of .president will be held to fill the vacancy caused by the re- j signation of J. O. Jones. All members are requested to'be present. J.Flax Goes to Utah Raymond Leader: Bert Kinsey has severed his connection with the staff of the Hub conipaay to accept a nosi- Visiting Old Home Orillia Packet: Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Kean of Cowley, Alberta, were byre this week, visiting Mr. Frank Kean, Mr. James Kean, and other relatives. Before coming to Orii'iia, they had been three or four weeks with friends in the County of Halton.- While here .Mr. Kean happened to meat Mr. Geo. Reve.ll, who recalled the fact that 43 years ago he had cut the first shingles in Mr. Kean's mii'i at Fesserton, then just built. j lion with, the L-ayton Sugar Co., of LIVESTOCK t LaytOQi He left for tne KOUth Tuesday morning, and Mrs. Kinsey will fc'ilow in a few weeks. They in- tend to reside in Ogden. Mr. Kinsey will be connected with the office force of the company. S8.7S-S8.85 J5.75-S6.ilu; cows, heii-j crs.-' S5.00-S5.2o. Hoes, S6.50-S7-.55 cattle S6.00-S10.30. Alberta's Pride Beer _______ Made ami botlled.liy The Lefhlivirlgc Brew- ing and Malting Co. Case of Case of Pints Oiie-eiglith One-quarter Lethbridge Wine and Spirit House 114 5th Street South. Phime 1734 We dcJiver to all parts of the city. MAIL ORDERS GIVEN. PROMPT ATTENTION. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Track prices. (Octouer I Wheat 'I Oats...................-. 2G i Barley.................. 3CV jFias 121 j: Waasn yrices: I Wheat V4 mats 27 'Barley............ 34 BUYING PRICE 1 timothy baled, ton I No. i alfalfa, baled, ton JNo. 1 BltieJolnV I BUYING PRICcS HAY 10.25 Carrotfi, por cwt.t Beets, per cwt, per 51.00. Now potatoes, per ton, Cabbage, per 73c. to C'ucumbera, _nc to 40c, tier doz Livestock and Poultry "Choice steers, Fat cows, killing wethers, Gc. killing ewes. Select hogs, 150-250 Ibs.. 8c. Live poultry springers, 16c. tb. Number 1 fowl, 10 to 12c. Dressed 12 to Fresh gathered eggs, .'22c. doz. No. 1 Farmers' dairy btittcr, 25c. FETJIT BULLETIN Elbertas and Craxvford Peaches are perfect good crop and extra fine fru'it for Liome canning. The Government is begging people to do more home fruit this is a good suggestion, and every housewife should demand Niagara Grown Peaches. Minor Gets Liquor A youth of 17 years appeared in po- lice court this morning, charged with being drunk and disorderly yesterday, and pleaded guilty. He is under the limit provided by the liquor li- cense ordinance at which liquor can FOR VEGETABLES supplied. Where the youth got the liquor bas not been established. Selling Tobacco to Minors Selling tobacco to minors lias been' too prevalent a habit among the China- men of tne city, and, this morning, Magistrate Eiton issued a severe warning to one Celestial, who was brought before him charged with this offence. He Expended sentence on the man, but told him another ap- pearance would mean a lieavy fine. Two small boys claim-id, to have bought tcbacco at this man's store. Lieut. Devine Here Lieut. C. H. Devine of the 13th C. sr.Il., who has been taking ji course in musketry in the east, was in the city for a short stay this week, visit- ing his home. Me left for Saruee' Camp, yesterday. While in the east, Lieut. Devine was taken sick, wa? confined to his bed in Winnipeg for some time. Harvesting Requirements Gatci-maii Grain Lifters (For lodged or down grain) Taggavt Portable Grain Elevators "Minneapolis Threshing Machines Gasoline Engines Binder Twine and Sacks The LetJsbrisige-Weyburn Realty Co. Ltd. E. A; SHARMAN, Mgr. Lethbridge, Alberta.. Beats Lethbridge Potato Medicine Hat Times; "In yester- day's issue was published the fact! that a Lethbridge man grew a potato which weighs. 2% pounds, and the; question was asked, 'Can the potato growers of Medicine Hat beat The answer was not in coming, and is as follows: Frederick S. Rat- liif brought to the Board of Trade rooms a potato weighing pounds and 15 ounces, raised in his own gar- den, and he says he has many more of equal size." Local Lethbridge citizens are certainly j rallying to the campaign for funds for! the Patriotic Fund, for just at the sent time there seems to be more act- i ivity along that line than ever before, j One of the most notab'.e local efforts j will be the staging of the'great Col-i umbia Minstrel show at the Majestic Theatre un .Monday and Tuesday next.! Judging by the rehearsals, local the-! atre-gocrs have a treat, in store, for j every member of the i there are 25 of working hard j to make tlie show an artistic antl fin- j ancial success. It wi'il be a real old-j time minstrel show, with comedians j galore, a large singing chorus, special j soloists, funny sketches, Consign Your Grain to Parrish and Helmbecker Limited FORT WILLIAM. The. Pioneer Grain Firm of the West. Represented Ernest A, Sharman Mgr. The Lcthbridge-Weyburn Realty Co., Ltd., Lethbridac, Alberta. 1173; RESIDENSE 530. Wonderful Slnger Zoe Haigh, the Calgary boy soprano, who is Einglnj at the Empress to- Ho per- petition (or local option signed i night, is making a hit this week b'v voters of Stratford, .though is repeatedly oncored at each reciuirins only-970, was filed with and is well ivoith hearing, j City _. ___ and, in ftiet, the beat pot-pourri of 'lo- cal talent ever assembled together. If you have not bought your ticket yet, just remember the wives and kiddies of the Tommies at the front, who liavo to stay behind practically husbandless and fatherless. They .will must help during" this trying j j season. The very thought of them should be a strong enough incentive to make the most indifferent person dig down for "Four and thereby British Columbia's Famous Plums Are Here- Buy Now Tlie I urge, dni'k golden fleshed, I.talinn Prime is a'prime favorite Cor preserving and canning, ,-is well as for piuldiiigs and pies. Tlicro is no IVuit witli snoji a flavor MAIL A POST CARD TODAY TO W. E. McTaggart B. C. Fruit Markets Commiisioncr, 328 A .Eighth Aveuue West, Calgary, Alberta, For a free copy of handsomely Illustrated 80 page British Columbia Fry it Booklet which contains carefully selected and chosen recipes, Watch For The B.C. Brand On The Box help along another worthy effort on behalf Of the Patriotic Fund. If you can't fight, you can surely afford a till, what? YACHT HOSE- BURNS lUmilton, Ont., broke out in -the Sept. 21. Fire Royal Hamilton Yacht club sit the Biiach early this morning, and burned'the'building'to-, the ground, The club house had bean dosed for the season, and bow the fire originated IB a mystery. The dam- age was fully covered by lor Eurjncfi, ;