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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Best a day dote! in Alberta "Farmers, The Handling Charges on Wheat at Our Elevators this season will be 1 per bushel. This is a reduc-' tion of kc per bushel Taylor Milling Elevator Co. Ltd. Snow, Apples EviM.yInuly likes a "mid Entinj: Apple and especially a good Snow Apple. Wu-liave jnsi received tin extra line lot or these. All No. 1's. Trice per ease ...'.......S2L4Q 1'ouuds for...........256 75c ITALIAN Heavy cases. Per case ONTARIO CONCORD Imvc some due ty arrive- here a'bout Saturday morning. WEALTHY Kiiie quality. Special pounds fwv w FREESTONE lieavv cases. Per case THIS WEEK. SPECIAL, 20 tbs of B. C. SUGAR FOR (When ordered with at least worth of frui Only one sack to each person at ibis price.) 95c I Office: Phoael271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Pfaoae 525 ATTACK SERBIA WITHIN COUPLE OF WEEKS Paris, Sept. Athens correspondent of the Havas Agency says it is expected Bu'i- garia begin an attack on Serbia, within fifteen days. Boston, Mass., Sept. clinched CITY AND DISTKICTJi'ts title to "the Aationiil 'u- u c i. -r I pennant by de- New High School Teacher I E. Casselman of Edraonion isjfentillg' lilC Bl'aVCS -5 tfl .0 today.. i teaching in tlie local High school sub- .J, jstituting temporarily. i Special Meeting I Lethbridge Encampment Xo. 7 will Y j hold a special, meeting tomorrow night f in tiie 1.0.0.F. haM. All members are i requested ro be present. WEATHER iLethbrid dear __ _ Edmonton. clear Tells of Finht in France W. J. Waller, a well-known Leih-rMedlcme Hat' clear- bridge boy, who was one of the first J Jfacleod, clear to volunteer when the rear broke outj roOKSt clea.r and a member o: the famous fighting j 'O'emost, clear Teuth. writes an interesting letter Deer- a friend in the city. He was wounded i j Prince Albert., fair the now famous battle of Lange- mark on April 22. He says, in part: "I have beeu very Quiet for the last few weeks, but am "coking forward Saskatoon, cloudy.. Moose Jaw, fair Regina, cloudy.. Winnipeg, rain New York, N.T., Sept. information of the big syndicate of j bankers to float the half-billion dol- lars credit-loan to Great Britain and France, was begun- today by J. P. Morgan Co., and other financiers who have been associated here with the Anglo-French financial commis- sion. It is proposed the syn- dicate the largest of its bind ever seen in this country, and to include in its membership banns, trust compan- ies and individuals' from the Atlantic to the Pacific la.every large city or financial centre ili'.ifee -United. States there is to be, under-'the presents-plan, a group of bankers? who will act as svndicate managers in their section, of the country. to getting out of the hospital soon, and Arthur- joining my old battalion. 1 got a nasty bullet wound through my ankle, but it is getting on nicely. I got wounded on'April wlieu we went after the guns. I was 'lucky to get out .alive, for it was an awful battle. and I give you my word, that I do not want to go through another one like t. Although we sot what after (the we lost Max. 60 (50 GO GJ 60 Hi1 70 61 .48 50 45 4S 46 66 .Mill. 31 .U To have attractive lunuls you must give them careful atten- tion. We mske 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 Home Guard Regimental Orders The Home Guard will asseble in t'ro'nt of the Chinook club for com- pany'drill on Friday evening- at TloO sharo. with rifles. A large turn out jis requested. .All new members wilt report to Recruiting Officer Hurt lei t. I at V.15 p.m., at the assembling place. By order, OFFICER COMMANDING. CITY AND DISTRICT Returns From South Supt. Walker has returned from an inspection trip over the Foremost line. Is Leaving Warner Rev. L. Ort'n, for some time pas- the Evangelical church at War- ner, is leaving to take a charge in Minnesota. C.P.R. Office Hours ii The office hours of ihe genera! cf- S rices ot trie C.P.It, after October j 1, be as follows: S.30 a.m. to "i.SO p.m.. justhow good a cook you are, unless you have used FIVE BARS CLOSED FOR MONTH Brandon, Alan., Sept. of the hotel bars in this city are to be closed for a further period of one George, Palace, Arlington and Imper- ial are closed for one mouth. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks to nontb, the others wi'il open on Tnurs- (the many friends who. so kindly ex- day morning'. tended their assistance at the death The two Carbeny hotels also had und burial of our dear little daughter, their licenses suspended one month, j Ermine- Moshur Burnliam. The-bars of the Grand Union, Royal I THE FALM1LY., Saturday, S.30 to 1 p.m. Xelson........... 66 4-1 The weather over the prairie prov- inces has been mostly cloiidy, with continued light showers in Manitoba. Forecast j clearing and a i little warmer. Saskatchewan and ve "went heavily, p There were six Canadian but we, the Tenth, were well over 1100 strong, and we came out with 230, and the others fared much the same. "When I leave I have got to report to another battalion I guess it will be the 9th Reserve, which are at ShorncUffe, but if there, .are jione ol my chums from ihe 10tb. there, I will go to France with the first draft I can and warm today and Thursday. Business Visitor W. A. Henderson of, the firm of 1 chartered accountants in Winnipeg', is j registered at the Alexandra, W. A. j Co., here, is a branch of .he firm. A Correction The Prudential Life Insurance Co., here, is under Mr. A. W. Young, who is assistant superintendent. It was j stated yesterday that J. H. OgHvie. who left for Edmonton, was manager, Jin error. EMBERS WINNIPEG GRAIN EXCHANGE Lothbridpe Fioor, Hull Block. WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, JIan., Sept. ped a few bombs, but did no damage, I Clear thinking is impossible with- out healths bowel action. Resall Or- this part of the country, derlies are a specific against consti- pation. Sold, only by J. D. Higin-j other than scare the people." Gotham CQ., Limited, The Reiall 35c and Yertisemeat. get Into, and have another crack at! and closing prices on the grain the sons of suns. changes today were "There was another air raid over Thev drop-i Oct- ff H. G. Kilner 512 13th Street North Has Just received a sood Boots and Shoes Including a special line of Strong1 Winter Bootg for Boys, (solid leather, guaranteed) and Old Countvy Miner's Siloes. CALL AND SEE HIS PRICES. TO HANG ON DECEMBER 18 Simcoe; Out., Sept. my was the only answer given -by j Oscar L., Haviland, foreman of the jury, when asked as to their findings 'in the case against Emmerson D. She'i- ley, charged with the murder of j Christian Shoup on May II last, in North Walsingham township. The murder was committed on Shoup's i farm. j The jury had been out just one hour i and twenty-one minutes, but it is [learned from one of the jurymen that they were all agreed on the firsi vote. Mr. Justice Lennox concurred in tii2 verdict, and sentenced the prisoner to be hanged on December IS. Dec ASK YOUR GROCER FOR "Crystal Brand" Creamery Butter The Best Fresh Butter by CRYSTAL Lethbridge DAIRY Phone 1576 Open 90J 90 i- S9J May 95-J Oct............................ 3Si 33} Barley- Sept. Oct.................. Dec................... WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Xo. 1 Nor................... No, 2 Xbr, No. 3 Nnr. No. 4 Nor.......... CHICAGO Sept. ].03j Dec................... 9ijJ May......... 98J MINNEAPOLIS (Sspt. 932 I Dec. 937. May iUSC 893- E 1.60 1.50 1.58 1.5C.1. 90', 80! 91 j 97-} To Relieve Baby's Cough Baby's coughs and colds find best and quickest relief, we-' firmly in ine use of BABY COUGH SYRUP It is specially designed to allay the pain, inflammation and fever that .usually attends baby's cold, and with a thor- ough knowledge of just what baby's tender, delicate organ- ism requires. It contains noth- ing harmful, is exceedingly f-leasant 10 take, and will, we believe, give more .prompt and elective results than any other remedy. Do Not Weglsct Baby's Cold Do not attempt to doctor it a remedy designed for pecplu. Be prompt in giving treatment and fa-3 wise in selecting for that treatment a remedy specially prepared for ftcibfes and that we back with guarantee of satisfaction or money back. Price 25 cents. Sold in this community only at our store. 96-J 91J 13.603 ENLISTED IN CANADA RECENTLY! Ottawa, Ont.. Sept. of j' ____________ recruiting in five of the-nine military' districts in Canada that no less than 13.S08 recruits have enlisted in! Calgary; Hogs, XS-So; steers, the five weeks ending with'September i ?3'2o; Jl P II. This does not include the Toronto Chicago: Hogs, cattle. Tkc Store No University Extension Lectures Information, is conveyed in a letter! from A, E. Ottewell of the extension] of ihe University of Al-j berta that there will be no extension 'lectures delivered university j auspices during the war, as it is the j intention of the staff to concentrate; on the campaign for raising funds for :the Canadian Patriotic Fund- Board of Trade Meeting A general meeting of the Board of Trade will be held in the Board rooms on Thursday evening. The -regular luncheon of the Board of Trade coun- cil, on Thursday at noon, will not be beld. -Matters of importance are to be discussed at the general- meeting, and a large attendance of business men and others is hoped for. Licensed FA DO YOU GET THE BEST RESULTS IN SHIPPING YOUR GRAIN? If not, why not take advantage of our years of experience to get. the Highest Grade and Price. Write, telephone nr wire us for prices and information. Co., Ltd. Hcsci Of.'icc, Alberta Division- -3S1 5th St. S., Lethbridge. Members Winnipeg :ind Calgary Grain Kxcliangeg. PROMPT RETURNS. LIBERAL ADVANCES. John Billings Use Roller Rink for Drill The Home Guard have asked the City Commissioners for the .use of! the old roller skating rink for this winter for drill purposes. The Com-! mjssioners have, however, promised i this building1'for the use of Battery, and will be unable to accede to the request of the Home Guard. It is understood that the 25th Battery will use he bui'idiag for the housing of the stores and equipment of ths unit Separators; Steam Engines, and Gas Tractors Also Combination Threshing Outfits Mounted on One Truck or Mounted Separately Phone 1173 The Lethbridge-WeybHra Realty Co. Ltd. E. A. SHARMAN, MANAGER'. LETHBRIDGE, or London districts, which would bring the total up to over Travel in Safety STEAMSHIPS Anieriran Line Slenniors sailing ini- der flic American from Now York to Lhprpool. FINE LARGE PALATIAL STEAMERS Two sailings per week. All-information; including re- Jervations; 9 MITCHELL t. f. R. Ticket Agent Lcthbridie. RECEPTION TO BORDEN Toronto. Onl.. Sept. tnous- and citizens gathered In the Arena to greet Sir Robert Bordeu on the occa- sion of bis first public appearance in this city since his return from En land, and the seat of vvar. The meet- ing was marked by great enthusiasm and the audience gave the premier a tremendous reception. Sir Robert and R. B. Bennett, M.P., Calgary, were tile chief speakers. LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL GRAIN PRICES Wagon Barley Track Wheat Oats Barley IND PREVENTS HUNS FROM USING--GAS Montreal, fine., Sept. Ger- isans cannot use asphyxiating gases in defending positions against i the present allied offensive in France, i according to the Star. The prevailing .xvinds at t this period of the year in northern France are strongly ly, which prevents the Germans from the, poison fumes, the Star says. 'This probably for the delay- ing of the allied offensive movements until now." 31 4H i fire swept the dock lumber yard tji the liaiiiurat. -N. B., Lumber com- pany, consuming feet oi lumher, worth John Brown, aged -IS. a farmer liv- ing near Motherwcll, Onl..' was kill- ed when his hofbc ran away and he was. thrown from ,his buggy. GRAY HAIR Dr. Tremain's Natural Hair Re- storative useJ as directed is guar- anteed to restore gray hair to nat- ural color or money refunded. Positively not a dye and non-in- jurious. On sale at J. D. Higin- bctham Co., Ltd., Lcthbridgc. Price Sl.OO (postpaid.) Write Tre- main Supply Co., Dopt. To- ronto. BUYING PRICE rO" HAY Mo. 1 timothy haled, ton 10-25 No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton...... 9.25 No. 1 Btuejoint...... BUYING PRICES FOR VEGETABLES .Carrots, per cwt., Beets, yer cwt., 31.50. Turnips, per cwt., ?1.00. Nc'.v potatoes, per ton, S12.QO. Cabbage, cwt., 75c. to 51.00. j Cucumbers, 25c to -JOc. jicr doa Livestock and'Poultry Choice steers, ili-Cc. Fat j killing wethers, 6c. killing Select hogs, Ihs., Live poultry springers, IGc. Ib. Number 1 10 to 12c. FRUIT BULLETIN Canning and :n" are almost the Govern- ment Notice to 'Housewife. .A jmv good Niagara Grown Peachns-still left. Do as the Government says down supply this and Grapes for jain and jelly. TRIPLETS IN TWO FAMILIES Ottawa, Ont., Kent. population wi'il increase liy lea'JS and bounds if the birtli rate generally 1 should he kept uj> to the standard sot hn two cases reported here. While Ihe Prime .Minister's office is not a 'registry of such affairs, some noople I have the habit of sending word to'his joffico whenever triplets come into'be- ing. Notice of two such happenings Dressed 12-.I.0 lie, Id'inic in one day, one in a family hear Krcsh. gathered "eggs, 25c. dox. j.Monlrea'i, anu another in Sturgeon- No. I Farmers' dairy butter. Falls. Death cf Milk River Gir! Ermine, the-young daughter of .Mr. and -Mrs. A. S. Burnharn, residing six) miles east of Milk Hirer, dieci very] suddenly last Thursday mcvrnng. The j child became ill on Wednesday even- ing. Soon after a physician was .call- ed, and everything was dope tliat could be done to save the little girl's life, hut nothing availed, and at a few minutes after 12 a.m. she passed away aged 2 years 11 months jind 23 days. The funeral was held on Friday at 11 o'c'iock. at the residence, conducted by Rev. L. L. Orth. Interment was mado in Lethbridge on Friday evening. Mr. Burnharn and family are well known in the Milk -lUver community, and have the sympathy of many friends in their sorrow. Bible School Banquet One hundred of the officers and teachers of Wesley Bible school, with! their wives and husbands, and the i members of the Adult classea, sat j down to a sumptuous bunntict last ev- ening in Wesley HaVi. They were served by the Intermediates or Mrs. Skeith's -class and the "Busy Boys'" class. Rev. .0. H. Cobbledick was toastmaster, and indicated what the church expected of the Bible school. The following were the toasts, and those who spoke lb them: "The .National. Antiicm; "The Mod- ern Sunday School Mrs. j R, Oanfels: "The: Live-wire, the need of the Sunday Jainea Thompson; "Our Sunday Sup- erintendent W. K. Guess; "O.ur Host- Farmers, Protect Your Wheat! oo "rain In Store Houses and Bins The Leihbridgc-Weyburn Realty Co. Ltd. E. A. SHARMAN, Mgr. Lethbridge, Alberta, [ngs Dr. Levering and .1. A. LIv- itone. Mr.s, -Lovcring -read "The Mrs, Scottish solos were given by and vocal give ahfl A. Dowsett, ami solo by Master Milton Micks. Sobbledick waa accompanist, -Miss Ivy Oajvsoir vlo'.in SmitJi, Murphy Co. Grain Merchants Ground Floor, Sherlock Bidg. Phone 1313 308 7th Street to Wilson Skcith. have opened an office, at tile above address to enahle us to give our Southern Alherfa shippers (better and service. 1C you hitye not yel any grain through our office, GIVE US A TRIAL Kcc or plume this office for pi-ires We Kolicit a Trial Shipment. of'Nova Scotia', or your neareat-bunk, W. KELLY LETHBRIDGE BRANCH HEAD GRAIN EXCHANGE. s: ;