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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMEN'j, J LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best W a dajhotelio Siberia "Farmers, The Handling Charges on Wheat at Our Elevators this season will be 1 per bushel. This is a reduc- tion of per bushel Taylor Milling Elevator Co. Ltd. This Week Italian Prunes and Wealthy Apples at Rock-bottom Prices SPECIAL. 20 POUNDS OF K. C, SIKJAK FOR n50 Conditions: At least worth ol' I'm it must bo purchased at I he same time, in order to get (lie sugar at this price. Only one sack with eiieli -81.00 worth of fruit at this Jiiyure. ITALIAN PRUNES Extra heavy cases Special per case FREESTONE QKffi Per case WWW IMPROVED GEM S. PERFECT SEAL QUART SEALERS to arrive this week. We Iiiul to bring these in specially and they cost us quite a bit more than they ordinarily do. 1m- Q proved Gems, Quarts, per dozen I PERFECT Quarts, per "dozen FRESH Solid meats Per Pint Per Quart 90c Kiln OUG WEALTHY Quality. non-irriiuited. 5 pound's for Or per standard case GOOD COOKING Special, S pounds for GREEN Per pound RED Per pound PICKLING 3 pounds for ONTARIO CONCORD first ollip- nient to arrive Uie last of this week. 25c 15e 25c 25e Office: Phone 1271 THE HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 It's No Secret! Those who use it know Model Bakery Bread is superior in every detail Do You Know It? N. J. SCHWEITZER, PROP. Phone 1175. ICITY AND DISTKICT Prompt Payment The Caledonian Fire Insurance Co. I have forwarded a cheque for in :payment of fire loss on the Fifth street building owned by Dr. McNally, and "Messrs. Gibbons and D. J. Whit- ney. Reserved Scat Sale The reserved seat sale opened at Drug Co., today, for "The j Girl From the delightful musical comedy which will open the regular 1915-1916 theatrical season at the -Majestic Theatre on Friday and Saturday next, October l and 2. Railway Official Delighted Charles T. Devlns. a Great Northern railway official, is here looking after the threshing on his farm south of Wilson Siding. He is very well pleas- ed'with conditions, and states that he i expects bis wheat to yield at least 40 bushels and oats 100 bushels. He is i the guest of Mart McMahon. Takes Over Starland Mr. George Fleming, -who has late- ly made a name for nimsejf in this I city with his wonderful baritone [voice, has leased the Stailand Thea- iro and will take possession on Oct- ober 1. He announces that the policy Home Guard j Regimental Orders The Home Guard will assemble in front of the Chinook club on Monday evening at 7.30 sharp, with rines. Any member requiring drill man- uals can obtain same from the Secre-1 tary, at the assembling place. A ful'i attendance oi' members is par- ticularly requested, in order for all to get perfected in the new company drill work. By Order of the OFFICER COMMANDING. MARKETS MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Sept. Closing prices today were: Oct.......... Xov.......... Dec.......... May......... SSii- SSVi 03% PRETTY HANDS Tc have attractive hands you must give them careful atten- tion. We make a specialty of MANICURE GOODS Enamel, Nail Bleach, Polishes, Nail and Cuticle Scissors. Bone, Pearl and Ebony Files- Emery Boards, Orangewood Sticks etc. This hint regarding Manicure Goods is an example of the array of Toilet Goods of all kinds which we handle. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Oct...... Sept...... Oct. of Starland iviil be mammmed, mat1 of showing the best and latest pictures j obtainable, and giving patrons the s best value obtainable. Another not- KEEP BABY WELL! BUY PURE SANITARY MBLK Crystal Dairy Ltd. Phone 1576 Oct. Nov............. 157 Dec............. 157 Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat- able feature that Mr. Fleming wiil.in- j siituie wii! be the making of the pro- grammes of not such a weary nature, i No. 1 Northern The length of the programme is 2 Northern No. 3 Northern Xo. 4 No. 5.......... j JNo. 2 C. W..... No. 3 C. W..... j I No. 3 te'n the cause for weariness, and Mr. j Fleming intends to cut these down to the patrons. Season tickets that 91% 89% were sold at contests, etc., will good no till October 15 only. he LUMBER Wholesale Prices -t- I.am selling'for five different sawmills and am able to Save you from to per thousand feet on the prices quoted by your local yards. Phone oil write E. R. J. Forster 626 10th Street South Phone 1793. Lethbridge Song Service Last evening at Wesley church, the choir gave their first song service, under the direction of 3Ir. Claude Hughes, and the excellence of the work done upon an entirely new pro- gramme reflected much credit, and was very greatly enjoyed by the large congregation present. .The selections as prefaced by Rev. .Mr. CobbledicS, constituted, a sermon in song. The anthems, "6 Ye That Love the Lord." bj- Coleridge Taylor; "The Sun Shall i No More be Thy by 'ward, and "O, Gladsome by Sullivan, exhibited shading and beauty of interpretation, and showed very thorough training. The trio, "Lift Up Thine Eyes to the from i by Misses i Oats 'Dowsett ana, Dawson and Mrs. Daw-j Barley son, was given a most sympathetic Flax i rendering; -while the solo, "0 Divine No. 1 N'. W. C NO. -2 c. American Markets Chicago Sept............. 203 SS Minneapolis 05 Dec-............. 92% May............ 97 Winnipeg Car Receipts This i _ week spring) 3141 I sung by 'Mrs. H. H. .John- con, was given in excellent voice and finish. The hymns were "All Hail the "Rock of and "Abide With which were briefly interpreted by the Pastor. 121 1 the Thrashing Gang No 'is com- plete without' a bottle of our GENUINE CEDAR OIL It is put up in 25c 50e and half gallon tins. J. D. Higinbotbani 4 SCd. ltd. The The Popularity That DOR JEST" FLOUR enjoys is due only to the high standard of quality maintained and the moderate price at which it is sold.-See your grocer about NOW Elm MILLING MTOB CD BE MEN 10 Fernie, Sept. to McKay, O.C.; received instructions from tawa yesterday to have the intern- ment camp here removed to Morris- set at once. A gang of prisoners under escort will go down in the morning to begin! preparation of the quarters for win-! ter. The plumbing and water supply i is being looked after and everything will he in readiness for the whole camp to move within a few days. There arc about 165 men to be cared for, which, with 75 guards and the officers will make quite n colony encamped in the deserted village. PRICE OF SUGAR DROPS THIRTY CENTS A drop of 30 cents per hun- dred in the price of sugar is recorded here by the wholesal- ers, in accordance with a gen- oral drop over the entire west. The price has been steadily dropping for some time. The cent reduction is now in 'effect. ff 'Men Not in Uniform Should be'Shop-tie Says Montreal, Sept, 25. "Our first Canadian contingent to said Lieutenant-Colonel the Rev. Canon Almond, in a forcible address at the Windsor Hall last night, "pfa'clical- ly went through hell. They fought until only six thousand are left oi the original Canon Almond favored either regis- tration or conscription. "There is no lie declared, why those who are leit at home, men of soldier age, who should be in uniform and are'not, should not be made to either do something or he to Have Stopped the Offensive Move Berlin, Sept. 27 (via The Germantwar office announced today that the new offensive movement in tjie neighborhood of Lille, northern France, had been brought to a standstill by fierce German counter attacks. The Bri- tish attack In other .sectors also is said to have broken down with heavy losses to attacking forces. The war office concedes, how- ever, that the French offensive made further progress be- tween Reims and Argonne. Quaker Bread FLAVOR UNSURPASSED 5c a Loaf -The- Baker PHONES 378 and 1027 Little Activity In Dardanelles shot, just as the soldier who fails in is duty in the field." He sa'id that since his return from ihe front he had 'been shocked to see the number of young men here oirthe streets, dropping into saloons and gambling dens. He said he thought ;very young man should he compelled ;o contribute his share in the world crisis. London, Sept. 27. Little activity Of a pronounced sort is reported in- the Dardanelles. The Turks announce Store LIVESTOCK PRICES SATURDAY I Foley Case is Now Before fury Calgary; Hogs, SS.So; steers cows, S4.50-S5.00; heifers, Chicago: Hogs, 45- cattle, LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN their Wheat Oats Track Prices Wagon Prices DIAMOND GIVEN AWAY ORPHEUM WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 29th. As the Herald goes to press the jury in the trial oi C. M. Foley, the local barrister, is considering verdict in the case. Mr. Foley was charged with Barley misappropriated to his own use of collected hy him from D. J. j Whitney, to be turned over to the' JVheat............... Hank of Toronto. He was alleged have not given a satisfactory account p e> this missing sum. His defense was Jithat he had placed the money in his! BUYING PRICE i-or> (own account in the bank, intending, i No- l timothy baled, ton j to pay it over to the proper author-. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton at the appointed time, hut that; No l JHueJolnt 'checks against his own account were j BUYING PRICES checks he had received{ F< and deposited to cover, had been j turned Canadian Guns Said to Have Been in Fight London, Sept. dis- patches contain no inkling as to par- ticular units engaged in the recent fighting. Several rumors are afloat to the effect that Canadian artillery participated in Friday's attack, but 'exhaustive enquiries have fa-Led to Bomb May Have Struck Gas Wells Amsterdam, via London, Sept- 27. airmen of the entente allies have again bombarded Brugges, Bel- gium. Sudden cessation of the (low of gas at Sluis (in Zealand on the Bel- gian which is supplied from Brugges, leads to the suspicion here that bombs from aeroplanes struck the gas works. the success of counter attacks by min- ing operations and a continuation of arti'ilery exchanges. M.P. GOES AS PRIVATE London, Sept. H. B. Lees Smith, Liberal M.P. for Northampton and associated for many years with Ruskin College, Oxford, has enlisted as a m-ivate in the Sanitary Section of the Hoyal Army Medical Corps: He hopes after training to go to the British front in phoid work.' France for anti-ty- DIAMOND GIVEN AWAY ORPHEUM WEDNESDAY, SEPT. ,29th. J MEET IN WINNIPEG Toronto, Ont, Sept. uexj session of the Anglican Synod, threa years hence, will be held in Wlnnl. This was decided upon this morning at the closing of today. BRITISHER SUNK London, Sent. fire by a German submarine sank the British steamer Natal, a transport of 2655 tons, south of Crete in the Mediterranean. Her crew was landed. Opposed To a Labor Party hut-. Vancouver, -B.C., Sent. war convention" of the. Canadian' ,c_ Trades and Labor Congress concluded lias beer, reccUed.'Hn deliberations yesterday Mention of the Winnipeg Regiment as after the consideration of 95 resoiu-1 having been in action is probably j tlons from delegates and from affil-; tiue tc confusion. in ted unions. Many of these resoiu-j SIR WILFRID LEAVES HOSPITAL Ottawa, Ont., Sept. Wilfrid Xaurier, who was operated on 'early September fpr an ulcerated tooth, is expected to.leave Water street Hos- pital, The.opposition dead- er during the past few days, has re- ceived t number of visitors, including membera of the government called to pty their respects. Huron County Council decided to j increase the county's grant for patri- I otic purposes from per month to per month from October to March next, and per month from April 1, J916, as long as the Council deem neccssarv. RexaU Druggists, everywhere, sell and Ruarantee Rexall Orderlies as a safe and gt-otle laxaxtive. J. D. Hig- inhotham ft Co., Limited, Tlie Rexall Store, -IDc, ,U5c and 50c yerjisemcnt. FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per cwt., per Turnips, per cwt., New potatoes, per ton, S12.00. Cabbage, per cwt.. 7ijc. to ?1.UO. Cucumbers, 2nc to 40c. per doa Livestock and Poultry Choice steers, 5A-6c. Fat cows, Ac. killing wethers, 6c. killing 5Jc. Select hogs, 150-250 tbs., 8c. Live poultry springers, 16c. lb. Number 1 fowl, 10 to 12c. Dressed 12 to lie. Fresh "gathered..eggs, 22c. rloz. No. 1 Farmers' dairy buUcr, 25c. iated unions. Many of these j frtons suggested remedy for" evils in- i NOVA SCOTIA EX-M.P. DEAD Sept. death of Joseph Matheson, ex-M.P., occurred at L'Ardoisc, C.B.. In the 33rd year nf his-age. Mr. Matheson represented Richmond county in the House of As- sembly for some time. THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting nurses for mater- nity and all medical and surgical cases (except contagious diseases) and charges' according to the cir- cumstances of the patient. Poor patients cared for free of charge. Graduate nurses for private duty also provided. For further partic- ulars apply to' the Nursing Mis- sion, 413 14th St. 6. Phone 1283; (Miss) A. M. Supervisor, (Miss) Rose Cameron, Grad. Nurec (Mist) J.T. Mackenzie, Grad. Nune tensified br war conditions. A score of them dealt, for instances, with var- ious phases of the anticipated cun- geaUon in the 'inbor market, after the war, while one, endorsed by the con-, firess. urged that the political, relig- ious and civil oppression of the Jews in certain European countries be tak-, Jen into consideration when terms of .peace were drawn up. The cause of the Allies was endorsed, and the prin-1 ciple o[ conscription opposed eailier (in the week. The congress rejected any sugges- Uon that they favored a "purely na- tional labor movement in and went on record as "re-affirming .its previous, resolutions that it do all in its power to advance the cause of international trade unionists in Can- jada." After a warm debate it a'iso i went on record as in favor of nrovin- jcfal federations of Inbor: hill, it re- MCcter] all resolutions urging the form- ution of a labor political party in Ca- 'nada. AUCTION SALE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AT 1508 4th AVENUE NORTH, TOMORROW, TUESDAY AT Z P. M. BY W. L. WILSON, Auctioneer Instructed by Mrs. Parrot, I will sell the following without reserve: 1 Sideboard i Extension Table 6 Chairs 1. Bed Coudli 1 Morris Chair 1 leather Upholstered Chair 3 Rockers Carpet Squares Centre Tables 3 SinRle Heels 2 Dressers and Stands 1 Bix-hole Range 1 four-hole Range 1 Healer two-burner Oil Stove Kitchen Tables Kitchen Washing Machines Tubs and Boiler Curtains Blinds and Pictures Linoleums' Lawn Slower and Hose Bedding and Sealers 12 White Leghorn Hens and other Poultry. T Sewing Machine In good condition-- The Auctioneer requests PHONE 1023. prompt attendance. TERMS CASH. ;