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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta "PRINTING JUtfoVllE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILHERALD iDtny. de I Farmers, Attention! The Handling Charges on Wheat at Our Elevators this season .will be per bushel. This is a reduc- tion of per bushel EEaylor Elevator Co.Ltd. tacks lia Snow Apples Even-body likes a Kul-ing Ajiple and cspcm-lly 'We luive just received an extra fine lot ol tliosc. M Or I-S ijoumls lor FREESTONE a wood Snow All No. 1's." Tie 1'riee per ITALIAN "Moavv cast's. Per case ONTARIO CONCORD have some due to arrive here about Saturday inornhig. WEALTHY Fine quality. Special 5 pounds for... (We.orereU '.V worth Only oue sack to-each person at Una price.) Office: Phone1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER -Or wnen your .boy or girl is coming from school you can drop into our store for "what you require In Groceries and toe sure of getting the low- est prices and a fine stock. TRY US NEXT MONTH. 1883 will get us. E. L. Jarvis 527 8th Street South. Lethbridge, fair Kdmonton, fair Brooks, clear Saskatoon, fair Kcgina, clear i Brandon, cloudy i rain j Port Arthur, fair Xeiscn............ Foremost, cloudy Red, Deer, clear Calvary, cloudy I Macleod 10 30 32 In Supreme Court In the Supreme Court today the charge of horse-stealing against Hen- rr and Georze Rasmussen and Tuos. Cousins of Magrath has occupied the time of the judge. Mr. C. F. Harris and Mr. H. Ostlund are defending the _. men. It is expected that court will l unsettled again, conclude tomorrow, the last of the cases being reached then. 68 GS 65 51 19 33 50 -12 52 -U 50 42 35 68 37 45 33 66 30 C3 35 GS 42 50 32 Medicine Hat, fair Prince Albert, clear The weather over the prairie prov- inces has heen partly cloudy clear with slightly higher temperature and li'ht rain in some parts of Manitoba-. FORECAST and a little warmer today and Friday. Saskatchewan and Alberta Fine aud warm todav Friday becoming Rural Route Contracts Let Two contracts for rural mail deliv- eries have now been awarded, cover- ing the routes from Lethbridge to Wil- son Siding, and from Lethbridge to the Coaldale district. Postmaster Harrfry has received official notice to this effect- The service will not be inaugurated for some time, as there is considerable preliminary work to be done. No word has yet been re- ceived as to the names of the success- ful tenderers. Htdna ciTi ras have paid to the Patriotic fund In less than a ASK YOUR GROCER FOR Brand" Creamery Butter The Beit Butter on the by Eight Letter Carriers Enlist The post office staff has been nuded by the various recruiting cam- Useful Poultry Merely Ornamental To have Poultry that will pay for their keep by laying during and -winter you should feed them PRATT'S POULTRY REGULATOR This has a remarkable effect. It keops the Poultry- healthy and. vigorous and makes them lay at the time that eggs are valuable. Packages. and Pails. The Red Cross Drag Book CoT, Limited Store: Fhene 525 Home Guard Regimental Orders The Home Guard will asseble In front of the Chinook club for com- pany drill on Friday evening at 7.30 sharp, with rifles. A large turn out is requested. All new members wi 1 l report to Recruiting Ofticer Bartlett, at 7.15 P-m., at the assembling place. OFFICER COMMANDING. THURSDAY'S Winnipeg, -Man GRAIN PRICES Sept. and closing prices dn the grain changes today were Oct................... Xbv................... Dec................... May l Oct................... Open Close S3 894 SS CRYSTAL Lethbridge DMEY 1576 paigns in the city. Today six more letter carriers applied for leave of ab- sence irom the staff to join the over- seas forces, Wo of whom have al- ready been at the front. A total of la'x twelve from "the post office staff bave ULl- jolnod the colors, headed by Major Al- vin Ripley, postmaster, who com- mands the 20th Batteryj now-In Eng- land- C.P.R. SWITCHMAN KILLED Red Deer. Alta., Sept. Mowat, a C.P.R- switchman was kill ed in the yards here Sunday morning ivheff: tire wheels of a flat car passed over has body. Deceased had gone between two cars to uncouple theK and had fallen. Demonstration Of Roman Meal The manufacturers of Roman. Meal are conducting s. demon- stration at tills 'popular cereal at THE HUDSON'S BAT STOKE The demonstration is in charge of their eipert demonstrator, Friday, Saturday and Monday Mrs. Hockenyos will be pleased to meet the ladies of this city and prove the merits of RornarrMeal. 1.541- 1.51 1.51 ec.' I-5'1" WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat- III No. 2 !s'or. No. 3 Nor................... Xo. 4 Oats- No. 2 C. No. 3 C. W. Extra No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed Barley- No. 3 So. 4 Feed Flax- No. 1 N. W. C. No. 2 C. CHICAGO WHEAT ;ept............................ l. Dec............................ May i- MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT Sept........................... 95} Dec...................-......... 91J Hay............................ 96i Winnipeg Car Receipts Week ago Wheat 1918 1062 Oats -79 31 Barley- 35 40 Flax'.. 2 31} i 39} 38J 37i 5-1 51 45 1.50} 1.47} 1.15} 95} 97j- 97 92i 87" GROCERY SPECIALS t F'or The Economist i, Phone 1567 pound sack of Sugar-and one poaad Blue Hibbon Tea St. Charles'Mills, .11 Boiled Oals to S Ib. Quaker Oats, package .'Z5c krtokle Corn Flakes 3 for 25c Kellog's Com Flakes, 5 for 45c per sack Beit Creamery 2 pounds for Cream of Wheat, per 'pkt...20c Pure Stnra berry Jam, regular per tin Royal Crown Soap and Wash- ing Powder, 8 ngk3 for..45o Sunlight and" Lifebuoy. Soap; 11 Ibars for Old Dutch Cleanser, 3 tins 25c 98 pound sack of Hungarian Patent Flour and one pound of No. 1 Loose Tea for 24 pound.sack of Flour and one tin of -Magic Baking Powder for------ Nugget Shoe Polish, tan or black, 3 tins for :........25c Crab Apples, 5 pounds for.25c Eating Apples, 4 !bs for ...26c Oranges, per dozen .......30c Cocking Apples, 6 Ibs for..25c Pears, per dozen .........20c Fresh Chocolates, pound ..40c MarsbmalloTO, per tin ...106 Mixed Canny, pound Wagstaffe's Peach and Plum Jam, rer.tia ............65c MERCANTILE CO. 127 15th STREET NORTH. LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY Calgary: Hogs, SS.85; steers, cows, S5.25; heifers, S5.50. Chicago: Hogs, 57.25-SS.25- cattle, LOCAL MARKETS To Relieve Baby's Cough Baby's coughs and colds best and quickest relief, we firmly 'believe.Jn' the use of CITY AND DTSTBIC'f Churches to Confer' At a meeting of the Christ- ian church, held last night, a commit- tee was appointed to confer with the Baptists, in connection with the union of the two churches. Chosen Friends Meeting members of the Canadian Ordei of Chosen Friends are requested to he on hand at the Sons of England hall on Friday night, October 1, at S.SO. Important business is to be transacted. Fur.eral Monday The funeral of the late-Silas Mad- dock Brooks, who died on Tuesday, will he held on Monday afternoon, r.t 2.30 p.m., from the residence, Thir- teenth street North. The Salvation Army The auction sale which was an- nounced to take place on Monday ev- ening, October 4, at -S p.m., has been postponed until a week .ater. -tun auction sale, which is to take place on Monday evening, October 11, at S p. m., is to be a basket fruit sale of vail- ous kinds. _____ Bank Clearings The bank clearings for the week today, total S332.72S.8C. as ag- ainst for the correspond- ing week last 'year. The clearings for the month ending today are against tor September, 1914. BABY COUGH SYRUP It is specially designed to allav the pain, inflammation and fever that usually attends babv's and with a thor- ough knowledge ot just what baby's tender, delicate organ- ism requires. It contains noth- ing barmfal.: is exceedingly pleasant to take, and believe, give more prompt and effective re'sults-thaii any other remedy. Do Not Neglect. Baby's Cold Do not attempt it with a remedy designed for grown people.; Be prompt in giving treatment and ba wise in selecting for that, treatment a remedy specially prepared for babies and that we back with' our guaranteejof satisfaction or money back. Price 25 cents Sold In this ctamumtj only at our.store. E. J. TICKNER i Store Of Economy Phone 36 204 13th STREET SOUTH-OPPOSITE ELLISON M_LS. CREAMERY BUT- TER, 3 pounds CHEESE For pound BAKING POWDER, Maglo BAKING POWDER Kgg-0.......... 20c AHHI.fcS pounds for R. _. SOAP and G. SOAP, 3 for..... S. L. SOAP and L. 3 for WATCH DAILY FOR. OUB TO STOP DISORDERS IN MOSCOW Petrograd, Sept. prbclanm-'' ion issued by the prefect of Moscow jthorts the inhabitants of that city o 'avoid a repetition of the regret- able incidents of the last two-days, vhen five- persons were killed and a number slightly wounded as a result of unwarranted interference with the police The prefect also requests the reople not to gather in crowds, sayms hat ruffians await opportunities to disorders 'wherever people as- semble however casually. The proc- amation has had the desired efiect. It is .adariitsB that the disorders began without the police in anv wise being to blame, and. also that there was no political design con- nected with them. GERMANS KILLE1 IN 'E: The Store Stockholm, via- -Lo newspape Nichieter, on the a a business man, wh returned from 'Gen ihat a great explosic 'In an -ammunition Winttenburg; truss ust Two -hu forty-two workmen ed and many injure Edmonton cannot a night schools this yea the school' board. LOCAL GRAIN Wagon prices: Wheat Oats............. Barley............ Tract prices: 1 Wheat PRICES 30 40 I City Teams Proceed Rapidly I The men and teams working under 'the anapices tbe Works de- partment of the city on the- contract of ploughing 200 miles of .C P.It flre- I guards, have now completed the ploughing of the guards as far as Ca- zary on the east side of the-nglit- iS-wayrand arc now on their way 'back to Macleod. The work is being proceeded with at the rate of nearly '20 miles a day. Yeomen to Meet 4 lodge of the American Yeomanry is'being organized in the city, and the first public meeting, -and the signing on of members will be held in the I Moose hall on Friday evening. All W who are interested in the lodge and who are desirous of joining will be made welcome at the meeting It is lAelv that the lodge will be started within a week_________ I Open an Office I The SmUh Murphy Gram Co., with head office at Winnipeg have opened an office on the ground Boo, of the Ihe-rlock Block, m order to give their clients a better advice The Smith- Murphy Co is an old established com- pany of strong financial standing, and weH the Canadian west L handlers of large quantum -of gram W Kelly Porter, well known fn Calgary gram manager .it the local branch Southern Al nerta's bis crop ,s attracting goodie vice from' the different erata per- chanta and firms represented here.- The Great Book'of the Day Next Sunday evening "A Far Coun- try "V Winston Churchill, will he bussed by Rev. Mr Cobbledick m Weslev church. In "The tnsiae of the No More Internes fobs Taken Away Col. Weathcrbee, inspector of de- tention camps, was in the city today- Inspecting the local camp. Hi-, had no information as to the removal oi WegleT CIlurell. anv more ..of the internte Srom Leth- -one ot most n----- ri. Mr. Cnurcniii bridge. It is not expected that those: n0v6ls the Letiibriilge, ami returned to Cal-j Tnis gives some hint of the tremend 1 Ilia _ __J itltr-I-OQ T VEGETABLES cwt., S1.50. Beets, per cwt., J1.50. Turnips, per cwt., J1.09. New ton, 00, Cabbage, per cwt, 75c. to Cucumbers. 25c to 40c. per doa Livestock Poultry .steers, kOIing wethers, W. killing ewes; 5Jc. Select hogs, 150-250 Us-, springers, 16c, !b. to Uc. Dressed 12 to 14o. fresh Ratiicred. egis, 25c. doz. No, 1 Farmers'..dairy butter, 25c. Rexall Orderlies keep the bowels regular and healthy. Their action a genlle mild and soothing. Sold only by J. D. Higintotham Co., Limited, The- Rciall Store. lOc, 25c and 60e BED of the author's theme. Mr. Clinichll of the auors has spread a big canv.S and on 1 1 1 has drawn 8 true picture of cohtejii porary American manhood and manhood. After the sermon a specla musical treat will, be enjoyed. sioN Sept, agens ty of Just sayB urred 0- at Aug- nlid kill- tor irdtng Here, we are with a complete ana stock of" the Best Groceries bought, right hi the heart of the re t i til district. PEICES ARE LOWER TOO II. When our store is so near your home, lir delivcrv service will follow yon horuc.lu- stock is small but is turned over raj v mwl is Kept fresh. Our Fruit is broug fresh moniing. Altogether, we make-it worth, youf while giye.us business. Start Tomorrow, Octist mi me H. COLLIER. Phone 657. '1112 See Tomorrow's Issue for P is good t ;