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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRU TO ALL TRAINS. Windsor a Day Hotel In Albtru LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHCN -i Tto Dallu Hatel newspaper publishing this advertise nient, without proper authority. A. B. PERRY, Commiiaioner, R.N.W.M. Police The high cost of liv- ing solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe 25c Full Dinner from 12 to 8 Pie and Coffee Short Orders at all hours, School Opening Get your -supplies of Exercise Books, School Bags. V Sjcribblers, pencils, Saturday Specials RIPE B. .C. atoek; Per batket.................25c Price per case..................95c FANCY for llIcing- Pries Price per BARTLETT pound eases- Price per case Price per basket .35c The above lines are non in fine condition, and the prices are low Ixt us have lour preserving orders ami 5oil nil. get complete satisfaction. We halo extra flne Blackberries arriving daily. FREESTONE or Elbtrtat Per Price per basket ITALIAN Price per cats............. Price CRAVENSTEIN line an apple (or eating as we know of. Juat Price, 3 pounds for-----................ .25c .35c THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 at Robertson's Book Store Next Lethbridge Hotel COOL DELICIOUS SUMMER DRINKS ICE CREAM TRY OUR FRAPPES BEATON'S 210 A 5lh STREET SOUTH School Opening Supplies This season we are again well stocked with an entirely new supply of all requirements for the Opening of Schools Exercise Books, Pencils, Pencil-Boxes, Erasers.-vRuiejs, Drawins Sets. Pens and Teit Books, Book Bags other lines. Flag Free! For opening week only we are gning a Union Jack to pupi) purchasing sup- plies. Red Cross Drug Book Co. Ltd. Phone 555 Acadia Block WEATHER Mln. 44 44 46. Max. Lethbridge, clear 79 Calsary, clear.. 72 Medicine Hat, clear 74 Saskatoon, clear.. 74 Moose Jair, clear.. 79 Regina, clear 75 Portage, clear 66 Winnipeg, cloudy.. '60. Port Arthur, cloudy... 64 There have been'-some light rains in Manitoba, but elsewhere in the prairie provinces the weather has been most -jly Hie. Forecast Manitoba and erally fine and moderately warm to- day and on Sunday, but showers in a few localities. today and on Sunday, with not much change in temperature. SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, -Aug. and closing prices on the exchanges today were: Open Close October......___ 1.11 1.11 December....... Ml 1.12% May............ 1.18% 1.18% Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern No. 2 C. American Markets September ___ 1.09% 1.10% December ........1.10% Chicago- September 1.04% 1.07 December 1.16V4 1JS% CITY AND DISTRICT Rev. A. G. Cameron Farewells Rev. A. G. Cameron will, preach his farewell sermon in .Knox church to- morrow night on "The Christian Min- ister's One Theme." Steamship Arivala C. P. R. Agent Mitchell reports that the C.P.R. steamships Montrose'and Lake .Manitoba were reported by wire- less due at Quebec this morning, and Sunday evening. Western passengers should reach Lethbridge September 2 and 3, To Help Relief Fund The Daughters and Maids oE Eng- land will hold a, whist drive in the S. 0. E. hall on Tuesday next, September 1, in niri of. the war emergency fund' Admission 25 cents for both ladies'and gentlemen. The funds will be added to those secured on tag day, and will be devoted to the same cause. Conv-sntions Postponed The. Dominion convention of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew, which was to have, been hold in Winnipeg on Sep- tember 24-27. has been indefinitely postponed, owing to the 'war. The Tri- ennial General Synod of the Anglican Church at Vancouver, has also been postponed. Bishop Pinkham College Calgary, Alberta High Class Residential and Day School for BOYS. Thorough preparation for Universities or Commercial Careen. A Primary Department. years. Next term begins September 15th. For all Information apply to the Principal, REV. CANON HAYES. Bouquet, Jeanice THE MOST EXQUISITE AND AtUURiNG PERFUME Representing thrTrtended odors of the-most fragSrnt It has that lasting quality to a greater degree ttfan'aimost any other perfume. Bouquet Jeanice Bouquet Jeanice Toilet Water 51.25 Bouquet Jeanice Complexion Powder Bouquet Jeanice Sachet- Ounce Bouquet .35c The TfejtoCC, Store fc? TELEPHONE-'tJO. 322 -Taken Up Residence in Park, .6ft well 'shacks come in handy at times.'-R: Cooper, the newly-appoint- ed Waterton Laltrs Park superintend- ent, is temporarily housed in one of these buildings until the government can provide a suitable place. Youiant School Supplies in Exercise and Scribbling Books, Pencils, Pens, etc. AT MONEY SAVING PRICES. THE Red Corner B. A. MCKAY., Corner 3rd Ave. and 6th St. S, CITY AND DISTRICT Kentish Association The Kentish' association will meet on Monday evening at 8 o'clock in St. Mary B hall French Forces A. G. Meaat of Pincher Creek has left to join the French army, now fight- ing on the continent. ReV. Mr. Toombs at High River Toombs, formerly of Raymond, preached in High River last Sunday.. He is permanently located at Nanton. Accident to Miner Greenhorn a timbermaii at No. 6 mine, had the misfortune to get his left foot severely bruised'by a large falling-limber. Advertising for Insurance Tenders. The Cit> is advertising today for tenders' 'for the Employees 'Liability Insurance, a yearly policy. The total amount is Baptism Tomorrow Infant baptism will be administered at Wesley church tomorrow by Rev. Mr. Cbbhlcdicl; at 4 in the afternoon. the congregation are in.- to bring their children. Some Honey Crop of bees .disappeared from Farm on Friday. Forty'pounds -of honey were taken from; the hives yesterday, and a total of over eighty .pounds taken -out this season. Labor Day Sports Preefdent Alford of the .Trades and Labor Council has informed the Her- ald that the programme for the day of sports oh" Labor Day, September 7, to be held at Henderson.Park, is .prac- tically''completed, and the entries are coming ,in in fine style. A good big day of fun is sure to ensue, as the efforts of the labor men have been un- stinted; The CalHes and the Coleman Invincibles, one of the strongest foot- ball teams in the Pass, will lock horns, and this "will afford an interesting feature. BUSINESS LOCALS The high cost of living solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe. Dinner from 12'to 8, 25 cents. Pie and Coffeu 10 cents. Short orders at all hours. Miss Bawden's Private School will re-open Tuesday, 'Sept. 6th, at 9.SO a m. Beginners class at 1.30 p. m. For further information and terms, apply- to 1245 4th Ave. South. Phone 1153. NEW ARLINGTON HOTEL BARBER SHOP The above has been re-opened un- der the management of 3. A. Spence. who will be pleased to welcome any of his old Mentis. Everything in the tonsorlal line, including scalp treat- ment, electric massage, razor honing, etc., and all work guaranteed. Pool hall In connection. The Hygienic Dairy, said by the Medical Health Officer to be one of the finest dairies in the country, is in a position to add to its list of cus- lomers for pure milk and cream. The dairy is built- of r.sncrete nnd is equip- ped with the most modern machinery for handling milk, cream and butter under sanitary conditions. Satisfaction in Prescriptions If you ever had a pre- scription filled here, we arc sure you will decide to come again; it you have not tried us, then we ask you to decide in our favor this once', and we will trust to "getting your future patrtinage on the satisfaction we give you now. Jackson Co. Preicrlptfon Drug Store Lethbridge, Pbone 1632 For Pure Milk and Cream FROM THE BEST HERDS AND MOST SANITARY DAIRY Itt THE DISTRICT THE HYGIENIC DAIRY CO, FIFTH AVENUE A SOUTH.- Registration of Births Notice is hereby, given lo parents and others that the Registration of all Births iirthe City of Lethbridge is re- quired by law, and must be made within one month from date of Birth Anyone failing to do so is liable to prosecution and fine. C. B. BOWMAN, Registrar. Registrar's Office, Acadia Building, 3rd Avenue S. TOESIANDARDBANK Head Olllcc Toronto. OF CANADA The Safest Of All Small Investments is a Savings Account n ith, the Standard Bank of Canada. Interest is paid with unfailing regularity every half year or added to the pnncipal and the crength and resources of the Bank are a guarantee of the safety of the money deposited. Withdrawals may be iriade without unnecessary delay. 168 L Capital and Reserve Assets over LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, 315, 13th Street N. G. F. Manager. Kenny Allin's is the place to get your School Supplies V AND Te We have jiiSt received a big shipment all School Supplof1 and Text-Books, authorized for use 'in Alberta Schools .for thli. "year. -With a Digger and 'better stock than ever, we will be in'ftp position to fill the many requirements of all Public and High School Pupils, at the right price. We also have some exceptionally finr values in SCRIBBLERS, EXERCISE BOOKS, ERASERS, ETC. v. Extra Specihl Cncssing- Contest commencing Monday, open to every Pupil First Prize value Second Prize value See our Window 'for Full Particulars. Kenny Co. Ltd. The Drug-Book Store. PHONE 1487. H EXT DAULA8 HOTEt ;