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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta f PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best a day hotel in Illberta J TODAY'S SPECIALS PICKLING .Hist in. i! pounds for PICKLING Silverskins, JUT [round GREEN Per iioumi RED Por pound QUART Improved Gems, JUT dor.en 10c 15e ITALIAN ih'uvy cases; per case COOKING S pounds for EATING pounds for TOKAY OilKfornias, per pound PERFECT SEAL arriving next woeK. Today. of of .Fruil. office: THE GOOD CO. Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phene 525 Guard Regimental Orders We're Feelin' Fine! MOTHER GIVES US Mode! Bakery Bread It sure tastes, good and is by N. J. SCHWEITZER PHONE 1175 The Home Guard will assemble in front of the Chinook club on Monday evening at 7.I10 sharp, with riiles. Any member requiring drill man- uals can obtain same from the Secre- tary, at tile assembling place. A fui'i attendance of members is par- ticularly requested, in order ior all [to set perfected in the company j drill work. j By Order of the j OFFICER COMMANDING. MARKETS SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, -Man.. Sept. and closing prices on the grain ex- changes today were Oct....................... Xov....................... Dec....................... Mov Open Close 91 S8J SSJ 88 954 93J Social Evening Necessities Our stock of the various and necessary articles 1'or the social evenings, card parties, etc.. is very complete, and the hostess will find practically everything she requires in PLAYING CARDS TALLY CARDS PLACE CARDS INVITATION CARDS FAVORS CHOCOLATES, ETC. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited YOU m it in your kitchen Your Grocer will Supply it See that this brand is on the next sack of Flour you buy [fan filing Co., It lor if taken with 81.00 Oct Dec Barley Oct 37J -37} 35i- sn 5G all; 51 Pasteurized and Carefuiiy Handled Tlie Crystal liiry Co, PHONE 1576, WEATHER f Lethbridge, clear Fldmonton, ciear Calgary, clear..... Medicins Hat, cloudy -Macieod, clear..... Red Deer, clear cloudy..... Foremost........ Prince A'.bert. fair Saskatoon, cloudy.. Moose Jaw, cloudy Hegina, cloudy Brandon, cloudy... Portage, cloudy Winnipeg, cloudy Port Arthur, rain.. Nelson.......... Yeilow Grass, cloudy Max. 50 -S6 54 51 51 47 51 36 85 4S .48 45 44 Min. 24 38 SO 30 28 40 4! 31 32 35 Oct............................ !-57i Xov............................ WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Xo. 2 Xo. 3 Xor................... Xo. 4 Xo. 5 No. 1 Rejected. Seed Xo 3 Reiccted Seed Xo. 3 Tough Xo. 3 Xo. i Smutty Xo. 3 Smutty Xo. 3 Smutty Xo. 3 C. W................. Xo. 3 C. W................. Extra Xo. L Feed Xo. 1 Feed Xo. 2 Feed .02 .13 .04 93 90 i S3J 78J 88J; -S-lii 811 854 831 801 42 i 40 39 38 37 Don't Dare Nel- 8'CDUnh ''Eelieve the discomfort and.avoid the serious com- plications a neglected cough often leads to, by using Xo. 3 The weather over the prairie prov- inces has been" mostly unsettled, with heavy rains. Forecast Manitoba ?nd ing 'and cooL, with night frosts. becoming milder. 4 -IS! Rejected 3S Fred 42 1.24 40 1.88 Xo 1 X. W. C...... Xo. 2 C. W................. JIINXEAPOLIS WHEAT 35 of) 15 45 1.54J. 1.5U i. Wholesale Prices I am selling Cor five different sawmills and am able to Save from to (1 thousand feet on the prices quoted hy your iocal yards. Phone or write L R. J, Forsier 626 1Cth Street South Phone 1793. Lethbridgt RETAIN BUSINESS TAX 934 88 CEJICAGO WHEAT LOG 951 94; SS 9V _ _______ WINNIPEG OAK RECEIPTS Todav Week ago AND DISTKICT "'heat 1351 713 Oats 38 1-1 Barley a2 35 Flax 1 nil Sept Dec May Sept Dec May CITY _ ._ Miner's Band Concert The Lethbridge Miners' band will -give a concert in Gait Gardens on Sunday, September 26. weather milting.- under the new leadership o Samuel Davey. I S3.75- Cherry Bark Cough Spp We sell more of it than of all other cough syrups combined. It is extremely pleasant to the taste. Each .'bottle contains more than most cough remedies sold at tfne same .price. We guarantee It to relieve your cough, or money back. All these are facts that should decide you to give it a trial. only by JJ The IfejeaSI, Store CITY AND DIST.KICT Infant baptism wIH be held tomor- j afternoon in Wesley church at 4.15. Kentish men to Meet The regular meeting of the Kentish association will be held in St. .Mary's Hull on .Monday evening at S o'clock. Leases Orpheum Ciias. Hansen of the Empress The- atre, has leased the Orpheum The- atre for a period, and will take pos- session on October 1. Leaves for New York AValter Carson, who for over a year has been general secretary of the Y. M.C.A. here, left on Thursday even- ing. Tor New York, where he will, in future reside. Have Removed Smith it Smith, the chiropractors, have removed their office from Suite 4, Dominion Block, to more commod- ious quarters at 903 Seventh avenue South. Red Crosi Donations A. J. E'iackburne, lion, treasurer of the Red Cross society, bess to ac- knowledge receipt of ten dollars from P. W. Downer, and from Spring Coulee. Minstrel Show Monday The jninstrel show to be given .Mon- day evening by local talent should be largely attended. The receipts over expenses are. to go to the Patriotic Fand. A splendid array of talent has been arranged. A Warehouse at Red Deer Campbell, Wilson Home are op- ening a warehouse at Red Deer. Mr. A. of Calgary, who Is In the city today, will be- the manager. This wi'il give the company four ware- houses, in Cal- gary, Edmonton and Red Deer. May Go To the Front at Once The Lethbridge and Medicine Hat '_ company of the 63rd Re-giment, in j training at Calgary, will, it Is stated, be attached to the nOti E'attallon there, and will go to the front very shortly with that unit. There are i nearly 30 Lethbridge men in the j company. Poultry Raisers Kill Off. The Scrubs Wheat is is the time to go after the big egg production. We carry the largest poultry requirements In the city. Dp you require: Beef Scrap Leg Bands Pratt's Lice Killer Pratt's Regulator Dirk's Mtte Killer Oyster Shell Charcoal THIS LIST "IS NOT HALF The Frank Medley Drug Co. Quaker Bread FLAVOR UNSURPASSED 5c a Loaf Gilmore, PHONES 373 and 1027 Salvation Army Sale j A sa'Je of provisions by auction will j be held. at the Salvation Army bar- racks on. Monday evening-. These i will include potatoes, cabbage, tur- nips, onions, vegetable marrow, pump- Kins, squash, carrots, beets, celery and fruits. Eminent Lecturer Here Rev. PI. Sheran, president of the 'Anglo-American College of Literature 'at Oxford, will be in the city on Sun- day, and wjll sneak in St. Patrick's Church. At High Mass in the morn- ing at 10.30, lie wii'i speak on "Col- and in the evening he will Sivc a lecture on "The Pioneers of the Northwest.'' New Grain Firm Messrs. Smith, Co. of Winnipeg 'are opening a branch of- fice the beginning of next week in the Sherlock Block. This firm is one of the largest grain houses in the west, and to have them in Lethbridge will undoubtedly assist materially in the handling of our exceptional crops. Rev. Mr. Watson Honored Rev. A. C. Watson, B.A. (McMas- ter University, Toronto, receiv- ed from the University of Chicago, on September 3, the degree Ph.D., iMagna Cum Laudo. His major was in sys- tematic theoloey, and his minor in philosophy. His examination wan highly creditable. He is at present pastor of. tiie First Baptist church at Mendota, I'il., and is also filling the chair of philosophy at Rock ford, III. Baptist. Dr. Watson, for a brief period, was pastor of the First 'Baptist church, here. n Lethbridge for a short stay, and who has had considerable experience of Baptist pioneer work in the States, is to sneak on the above subject to- j morrow evening at 7.30, in the First 1 Baptist church. Mr. Smith is a man i of very'pleasing personality, and has' J made many friends during his visit. I Ho has given this lecture in a iber of places, and there have been many expressions of appreciation. He wi'il doubtless have a good hearing in the First Baptist church. Funeral of Nobleford Man The funeral the late James Ky- nock of Nobleford, who died, in the, j citv on Thursday, was held this at-, ternoon, from T. S. Fetterly's .under- I taking nariors' to the local cemetery. The funeral service waa preached by 1 Rev. A. H. Denoon. A large number 'of friends, followed the body to its last resting place. "Th- Second Cominq of Christ" Mr. G. O. Smith of Seattle, who is per- 1 LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY p of' Hogs, steers, Masonic Meeting j A general meeting of the Masonic! fraternity be held on Monday, j September 27. at S o'clock, in the j Masonic hall, for the purpose of dis- i cussing the affairs of the .fraternity.! A large attendance of all brethren is especially urged. .00 heifers, cows S7.20-S8.lo cattle, Sfi.00-S10.-10. GERMAN SEARCHLIGHT FOE AERIAL" DEFENCE IN OPERATION LOCAL MARKETS TO INSPECT G.T.P. LINES Ottawa, Out., Sept. Colling- wood Schreiber. chief consulting en-' for the Canadian government, accompanied by L. M. .Times, secretary of the railway department, 'icft for the v.'efil today for a of inspec- tion of the G.T.P. lines under con- struction in the west. They intend to go as far west as Prince Rupert. LOCAL GRAIN Traov Wheat i Oats jliarley PRICES Wagon Wheat Iiarlev .DENIES CABINET CHANGE RUMORS London, Sept. 24. Premier Asquith yesterday afternoon made a formal statement in the House of Commons, denying rumors that there were to be important changes in the British Cab. ilnet. The Prime Minister declared that he does "not propose to alter the (composition of the ministry." Winnipeg, Man., Sept. The civic (ONTARIO BORROWS leglllation committee of the city coun. IN NEW YORK cil, Thursday, derided against tlie plea Toronto, Ont., Sept. 24. Hon. T. of the Retail Merchants' association McGarry, provincial treasurer, has [to; abolition of the business tax', returned from Xew York, where he bA committee was appointed to. deal negotiated a three siil'iicn dollar loan anv cacos where on terms that will mean a decided the 72 J. 273 37? 123J 71 27 85 121 AY 10.25 0.25 3.25 Flax BUYING PRiCE r No. 1 timothy to No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton No. 1 B'Juejoint .'T BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per cwt., Beets, per cwt., ?1.50. Turnips, per Sl.nn. New potatoes, per Ion, 512.00.., Cabbage, per cwt., 73c. to SJ.OO. Cucumbers, 2Dc to 4Uc. per Livestock and Poultry Choici! steers, 5i-8c. Fat cows, killing wethers, Cc, killing ev.-cs. Select hoRS, 130-250 Jbs., Sc. Live poultry springers, Ifie. Number I lowl, 10 to 12c. Dressed 12 to He. Fresh gathered eggs, 22c. dcz. No, 1 Farmers' .dairy buttor, 25c. One at the most weapons of defence, is iho portable searchlight. An ofiicer is seen observing an imcmy. aeioplane, his instructions'being communicated toy the telegraph operator to the.'noanAf artillery position. Resall Orderlies are a specific for the bowel troubles of ageing people. Sold only by J. D. Higinbotham Co, Limited, The Rexall Store, lOc, 250 and oOc CANDY Specials for Saturday TOASTED MARSHMALLOW CREAM JAP CARAMELS HOARHOUND TWIST "OR BUTTER SCOTCH KISSES pound Parlors Coaldalc Block Give yqurself the greatest moHon-plcrart tteat ever enjoyed! 8ce DIAMOND FROM THE SKY" la m f You'll be held tpclltxmnd In this PMnwque Romantic See Lottlt Alt etn compete. IttlM llNOW. Empresi Tonight ;