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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. J LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel in Alberta THE "TAYLOR MADE" PREMIUM YOU GET IT IN DO. VOU NEED. THESE NV vvionibe riauo. Three different sizes. Cr'. jlcr's Machine. All in First couiliiiou. Also a of fine Dress- cii, Springs. The 'City Second Hand Store 406.5th Street South. rr-w B A BV DADT I f Mfot'i- BUY-? PURE Home Guard Regimental Orders i lilt1 executive committee will meet! in ilie strangers' room at the Chi-j nook club at 8 p.m. tonight.- -j i The home guard will assemble in i front of the Chinook club on Friday at 7.8o D.m. with rifles. Any man iovur tlie'ase of 21 is invited to take! I part in Hie" drill. The Home Guard j bugle band will fall in sharp at S.lfi. Bv order of Officer Commanding. Specials This Week, Friday and Saturday hnvo a line Jot of Fresh Fruit Ihis week, quite a lot. of Improved Gem Quart Healers besides a special lot of Perfect Seal Sealers coming in next week, in addition to the very 'attractive prices -we are giving -iliis week-end, we are selling sugar, when taken with at; least worth of fruit for >sl.5lM'or a sack. Only one suck to a cus- tomer at this price. ITALIAN heavy cases. Special per case FREESTONE heavy cases. Per case.................. fine eating; Special. 5 pounds for Special per case in economy standard size crates. Orchard Special pw crate Special, fi for .......................25c in large size economy crates. Specinl good Special, s pounds for................. dry mealy. Alberta grown: special per cwt...... PICKLING 3 pounds for 75c 95e 25c -----lard size 25c 75c 25c 15c 25c 3c GREEN Per pound RED 1'er pound..................... GREEN PIT puuml GREEN TOMATOES- ft case I I U PICNIC from 3 to 5 4 J-, pounds. Special per pound llv SWIFT'S EMPIRE BRAND size. About 20 pounds each, skinned with sur- plus fat removed, whole ham. per. pound IMPROVED GEM i Quarts, per dozen K .UU FRESH first sliipraont for the season to arrive for tomorrow. All solid meats, large size. Quarts PhoBel271 THE GOOD CO, HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phene 525 MARKETS THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man.. Sept. Opening and closing prices on the grain exchange today were as follows: WEATHER Lethbridge, cloudy Edmonton, fair Saskatoon, _cioiidy JawTclear Vi'iimipee, clear iPoit Arthur, cloudy j Nelson i Foremost, cioudy I't'-d cloudy j Calvary, cloudy JMacJeotl, rain MttHeine Hat. cloudv Prince Albert, fair l Swift Current... clear 70 43 liS 32 70 6S BS 68 ti4 67 64 67 72 64 64 69 48 44 42 40 47 -01 44 42 32 33 October j November 1 December May Oats- j October December Barley September October Open in, I October I.T i December ___ 147- Closing Cash Prices Crystal The over ihe prairie prov- j inces has Itcen mostly clear anti war- mer. FORECAST Western Provinces ids, cooler and mostly local showers. I J I'Northerly wini fair but some Phone 1576 Candy Specials ff or Fri. and Sat. Toasted Mar.shntiillow .Cream .Jap t'avaniels Hoarhoim'd Twist Or Butter Scotch Kisses impire Coiifectionery Parlors Block "GIVEN AWAY" SAT. 25th: MAT. NIGHT ORPHEUM" Wrentham Crops Sept. past few ;lavs haie been-ideal for finishing and getting the threshing rigs started. The straw stacks are already replac- ing the" stpofcs in a lew fields. Irvine Jvelson loaded the first car of this year's crop of wheat out oi this point. Fie an average of forty bushels from .that part of "his llinsr iiroun has just finished load- .his hous-eJaold floods and horses ito ship to Belfeld, North Dakota, where he is taking charge again of his mercantile business. The Browns will he missed here, as they al- ways taken an active part in auy ivor'r for .the goorl of their town or j Our schools arc ail in operation i Miss Agnes Kcrr of Lethhridge World's Shipments is in charge of the Ou'en District This week........ Kathleen Lloyd of Cal- Last week ganr; at the Independent District, and June NUIsor. of Raymond, at. the Patience District, J. E. Osborne, oE Carroll, Iowa, is j No. 1 Northern......... j No. 2 Northern......... No. U Northern......... No. 4 Xo. 2 C. W.............. No. 3 C. W.............. Ex. No. 1 Feed........... No. 1 Feed.............. No. 2 Feed.............. No. No. 4................. Feed................. No. 1 N. W. C.......... Xo. 2 C. W.............. Chicago Wheat Open September December 96% May............ Minneapolis Wheat September........ 98ii December........ 93 May............ 92 8914 S2 -10 35 39 39 3T Social Evening Necessities Our stock of the various and necessary articles for the social evenings, card parties, etc., is very complete, and the hostess will find practically everything she requires PLAYING CARDS TALLY CARDS PLACE CARDS INVITATION CARDS FAVORS CHOCOLATES, ETC. The Red Gross Drug Book Go., Limited CITY AND DISTRICT Salvation Army An auction sale of many kinds of vegetables will be sold at the Salva- tion Army. Cltiidel on Monday night, at S p.m., September 21, enjoys is due standard of qn and the mod en it is sold. Roc your it Salberg Grain Co. MEMBERS WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE Lnthbridge Floor, Hull Block. General Meeting There- '.vill be a genera'i meeting of tbe Board of Trade next Tlmrsdav evening, and the luncheon for that i day will be cancelled. 1 C.O.F. Meeting C.O.F. meet tonight in the K. of P. i hall at S p.m.; special and important business, also initiation. Refresh-; ments will be served. j Ho 342 Close 105 j ui-4 05% CAR REdlPTS AT WINNIPEG Today Last week j I Wheat 1062 31 40 nil lie re visiting his brother. Homer, and In assist in the harvest and thresh--, ing of the crop on their large farm north of town. pic 0. Grover, of Many Berries, is at the home of hi? brother-in-law, H. 0. Rollag. Last year............ World's Visible This week Last week.............. Last year............ GROCERY SPECIALS For The St. Charles Cream, ------tins S1.00 Plums fn 3 pcunri 'tins, 30 pound sack of special ''1 tins for ___ 25c with everv dollar Peas and Beans. tin..10c for Ho Mixed Candy, regular 'Our Best" Flour, special per pound. ..16c sack Brand' Jam, per five 'Our Best" Flour, tin 50c Butter, 2 ___ 65c Pride OF ij c-t jrr large tins, 2 pound sack Fancy Plums. box...35c Trjac ot 4 pounds 25c .pound 'Sack per dozen 25c per sack 4 and G ;ths for ___ 25c Snorts, per sack Appies, 5 Ibs for 25c Rolled Oats, 8 per dozen 3Cc Quakei Ott Ter Pickles in quart sealers, Efgs, per.. dozen 354: special 25c 127 15th STREET i i LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY! Calgary: Hogs, S8.S5; steers, S5.S5-! cows, S5.25-S5.'10; heifers; Chicago: Hogs, S6.60-S7.75; cattle, 56.00-I10.40. No Excuse Now For Discolored Closet Bowls Sani-Flush keeps them white as scouring. It is so easy to have a clean, odorless bowl 'if you follow the simple directions on' the Sani-Flush can. It positively cannot injure fthe-.bowl or connections. Sani-Fltish Cleans Water-Closet Bowls We sell it at 50 cents a can J.D. The Store LOCALMARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Track prices (October Wheat 71 Oats.................... 26 j Barter.................. iFlaX................. 121 Vfazon prices: Wheat............. 74 i Oats.................... 'r, Barley................... BUYING PRICu FOr. HAY No. 1 timothy bated, ton 10.25 No. I alfalfa, baled, ton...... 9 25 No. 1 Elucjoint BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per Beets, per cwt., Turnips, r-pr New ton, Cabbage, per Tac. to "5c to -inc. per doa Lfvestcck and Poultry Choice steers, Fat cows, 4-J-5ic. killing wethers, Gc. killing ewes. 5Jc. Soleci hogs, rbs., Live Ific. Ib. N'umber J fowl, 11) to 13c. Dressed 12 to He. Fresh gathered eggs, 22c. doz. No. l Farmers': 25c. High School Literary The High School Literary society held its first meeting on Friday 'last j for the purpose of. electing officers for the ensuing year. The meetings i of the society will be held every sec-j ond week during the year, besides the open evening sessions. Owing to the large increase in the High school at- tendance this term, there is a greater; amount of material than formerlv on which to draw for the-programme. It! is the aim of the society to have each student take some part on the pro-' grammes during the year. The fol-! lowing officers were e'iected for this' year: President, K. McPhee; first vice-president, G. McKiilop: second A. Dunham; secretary-! i treasurer, "W. Dunham; representa-' I tires: Grade XII., R. Kaake, L. Duns-. [worth; Grade XI., Fi. Simpson, T. j Home; Grade X., E.'Hiittbn, A. Arm-' strong: Grade IX.. A. Wad-( dington; Grade X. commercial, W. j Ifazell, W. Mallen; Grade IX. com-! merciat. P. Steakley, G. Kemm. FARMERS! DO YOU GET THE BEST RESULTS IN SHIPPING YOUR GRAIN? If n'ol, why not take advantage of our years of 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., Lethbridgc. Members Winnipeg ami Calgary Grain Exchanges. PROMPT RETURNS. LIBERAL Harvesting Requirements Gatcrmaii Grain Lifters (For lodged or down grain) Taggiirt Portable Grain Elevators Minneapolis Threshing Machines Gasoline Engines Binder Twine and Sacks The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co. Ltd. E. A. SHARMAN, Mgr. Lethbridfle, Alberta. LOTS OF GRAIN SHIPS TAKING CARGO AT MONTREAL Ottawa, OnL, gov- ernment recently appointed a auh- committee of the cabinet under Sir Foster, minister of trade and Commerce to deal with the problem iof marketing Canada's export surplus I (if about bushels of wheat this year. W. Sanford Kvans, ex- Mayor of Winnipeg, who is ailing as secretary Tor the committep, cd from Montreal today, where he inquired into present conditions as to shipping facilities. He reports that ;it Montreal harbor yesterday there were 32 ocenn going shifts loading, ready to load or waiting for cargoes. This constitutes the largest m.'Tiber of ships with the greatest cargo capac- Rally Day Next Sunday in Churches Next Sunday tbe sen-ices m Wes- ley church will be of a special char- j acter throughout. At the morning service the Young Church Goer's lea- gue are requested to all be present, as certificates wiJ'i be, presented to [those who have attended church the i necessary Sundays through the year. At the rally of the Bible school at 3 p.m., the adult classes will also par- ticipate, and parents are invited. A j military programme will be given, in- eluding the salute of the i'iag: the i reading from tho White Book by the Secretary for War; the presentation of V.C, and D.S.O. to those who have distinguished themselves, and a coun- cil of war. New choruses will be sung, and two talks will be giv- en on by Dr. Rivers, and "Officers' by Rev. Mr. Cob- b'iedlck. In the evening' a special musical service will be given with a. short ad- dress from the Pastor. The music for the day will -bo as follows: Morning "Hark! Hark, My Soul" solos by jty in tho port on number- of years.........___-. __ prompt ha netting of ail grain offering any one day for a and insures the for export, for the present at Some of (he ships now at Montreal iiavft been delayed for a considerable time waiting for cargo. BUSINESS, LOCALS DANCE AND BOX SOCIAL At Hyssop School, Friday night, Sept. 24th. Ladies bring- boxes. A good tirao and good music. Tho premiums on Dqminjofi Ex- press Money Orders, payable- !n the United States, is again in' effect. Rates can be obtained on the oi'fict or any of the brancnei, Consigu Your Grain to Parrish and Heimbecker Limited FORT WILLIAM. Pioneer Grain Firm of the West. Represented Ernest A, Sharman Mgr. The Lethbridge-Weyburn Realty Co., Ltd., Lethbridge, Alberta. 1173; RESIDENSE 530. and. appropriate music for the occasion will he rendered. Suiierintendont, ,7. D. Higin- 'bothain, who has been in' charge dur- ing these 30 yenrs, hopes that every department wi'if'see. that its members are out in full force. Children" son. Evening song "O ye that love tho (Co'iaridge- Taylorj: solo, "O Divine Redeemer" shall trio. Miss Ivy Daw- anthem.. "The Sun shine no more" Thine Eyes" Misses Dowselt, Daw son anil Mrs. Kawson: anthem, "0 Gladsome Light'' if least. The Lord's Prayer (Dr. The Seven-fold Amen (Staim Hughes, choirmaster. Knox Church Rally Another landmark in the history of Knox church will be reached on Sunday first, when tho Sunday school will celebrate fts 30th birthday. Special rally meetings of the vari- ous societies will he held to inaugu- rate the winter's work, that of moat moment being the rally of tbe Sunday school, which will take place on the Sunday morning, when 'all depart- ments will meet in the school room at 10.30, -thereafter proceeding to the church fot- the special servico, subject for the day is "Enlist- CONDEMNS .CIVIC OWNERSHIP Edmonton, Aita., Sept. or William Short, the inari who fram- ownership of tho city, mado he: state- nient today flt a meeting of the De- velopment league that "if wo are to j succeed In Edmonton, we ,wil1 have} to sweep away municipal ownership." j He declared that the city had be-1 come municipal-ownership mad to the extent that v.hen experts came in offering a commodity -such as power nt half Its present .cost the electors showed a strong inclination to turn the prospect down. oid harsh purgatives for child- The ideal laxative is Rexall Or- derlies. Sold only by J. D. Illgln- hotliam Co., Limited, .The licxall Store, lOc. 2ac Ad- vertisement. P "THE FACE IN THE MOONLIGHT" .5 FRIDAY AND tATURDAY ORPHEUM i LETTER "21th" Some canny Knights of old, when starting out for the front, registered their vows with the Almighty that they woultl build a church to His glory on their safe return. We go them one better. When we entered this financial tunnel thirty months ago we vowed that if we ever saw daylight again we would spend our first fruits in up- building of opposition printers; hero gous. A Sunday school teacher was describing to his class the plague of flics which descended on Pharaoh and his-hssts, eon- clndfng will] (.lie words: "but were no Hies oil the la- when the usual 'bright little fellow at the end of the claos pipes out: "Please sir, there nin't none yet." When It comfis to 'PROMPT DELIVERY of FIRST CLASS WORK in PRINTING, RULING and BINDING, there ain't no (lies on us; we never dis- appoint; we. are non variatum, and if we had here said "with- out change" some fellow would sure get In UN sneer on our pen- niless condition., THE PRINTERS, and STATIONERS R, Same Old Stand.- ;