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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor H.J! i Oay Hotel In Alb.rU LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETMBRIOOt- The Dallas Hotel ll BMt Molt Onvin-' (Ml H tuy Dr. Rook's dels Foot A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKi Vfrt't for mmplei aai be cosrinced. Made by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBKIDSE, ALBERTA. Tea obtain tSis food from the following Ellison Milling Blevator Iiylor Elevator Co, jtfta. HliHnz Elevator Co. Meton. B. 0, Eaciflo Grain -Co, Otl- BUT, Alti Wilson fi Home, Alte. Produce Co, Caljwy, LetUbridge, Altn Medicine Hut Mllllnf clue Kat, Alta. A. Macdoaild Co., Lttbbridge, Alta. Milling Co., Ltd., nine Hat Alia. Robin -Hood Jlisis, Calgary, Altm. YOU'RE SURE Germs Are Killed IF YOU GET Pasteurized Milk ASK YOUR DOCTOR. AU-.OUR MILK IS PASTEUR- IZED Ffcatourfzed MHk and Cream and Choice Crtamery Butter. Velvet Ice Cream The Creamery Co., Ltd. Phine 584 891 7th St. South Lettbridge. iich Cows FOB SALE 16 Fint CMsB Milch Cflws, Holstalha and Ayrshlres, aged S and i All milking, some to freshen soon. These cows were brought vest about one year ago but owner must sell. For price apply to JOHN PATTERSON S mlloi jouth of Carditon, HxpeeH Increase In Trade C. A. of the Natural Gas %'BiMt, Ught and Appliance flnisi- Installation of burners In the pressure boilers !n the laundry the Gait Hospital on Saturday. ITr. Claris -Bill return from Calgsrjr on JThuraday to turn on the gas. He loois .ifor.a big increase in trade within the ireeks, rad It Is possible that {LatbbrfdgB office Tvlil be opened. Boyal JTorth West Mounted Police Recruits Wanted Apply to the nearest Officer Com- manding, R. N. W. M. Police. Appli- cants must be between the ages .of twenty-two and forty-five, and have certificate of exemplary character Term of enlistment: 1 year; Pay: per diem, rations, quarters and uniform found. The minimum height is 5 ft. 8 in., and chest measurement 35 inches. No payment will be made to any newapapsr publishing this advertise- ment, without proper authority. A. B. PERRY, Commissioner, R.N.W.M, Police. The high cost of liv- ing solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe Full Dinner from 12 to 8 25c Pie and Coffee Short Orders at all hours School Opening Get your supplies of tfext Books, Exercise Books. cS.chool Bags. Scribblers, T e u c i 1 s, GTCi) lit Robertson's Book Store Next Lethbridgc Hotel MARKETS CALGARY LIVESTOCK MARKET P. Barns send the fol- lowing weekly market letter for the week ending August 28: Subject to market changes, without notice, "we quote you the following prices, delivered and weighed off the cars Calgary for next week's ship- ments: quality, 150-250, 8.50; 300, ditto, 300-400, ditto, 400- 500, 5U. roagh and heavies, graded; light, thin pigs, 7.50. Cattle-r-Choice export steers, HOOlbs., and up, to 7; choice fat butcher steers, lOOOlbs. and up, to good fat butcher steers, DQOIbs. and up, 6 to 6U; choice fat cowg and heif- ers, lOQIVibs. and up, 5% to good fat butcher cows and heifers, DOQlbs. and up, 5. to good fat stags, to 5; good fat bulls, 4H to 5. killing aHeep, weth- ers, 5H; -ditto, ewes, 5. 6 to 6'i- Visit from Official Mr. J. 51. Cohurn, general manager of the sales department of the I.H.C., visited the local offices at the end of the week. He knows what's wrong with YOUR GUN. Fifteen years' ex- pericnce with the Leading Gun manufacturers of Europe and America.. Out-of-Town work given prompt attention. 0. L GUNSMITH. 41814 Fifth ttreet Smrth. Phono 1032. P. O. Box 346. i Ripe Tomatoes, Freestone Peaches, Italian Prunes. Pickling Cucumbers, Pickling Onions, targe Cucumbers You should put down tlip above lines now. Hero are our prices today RIPE pound Per case 5 pound baskets, each..................25c PICKLING A fine average small size, per .10c PICKLING Siiverskins, small size, price per pound...15c MUSTARD SEED FOR PICKLING Price .-.-.V... ...40c FREESTONE and Elber- tas. Price Tper case ITALIAN peach'boxes- Price per box .LARGE stock, fine for Chow Chow; price per 20-Ib Office: Phone1271 GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES nWMJ This season we are again well stocked with an entirely new supply of all the requirements for the- Opening of the Exercise Pencils, Pencil Boxes, Rulers, Drawing Sets. Crayons, Fens and Text BoqTis, Book Bags and many other lines. For opening week .only -tvc are giving a Union Jack to every pupil purchasing sup- plies. Red Cross'Drag Book Co. Ltd; Phone 555 Acaclia Block WEATHER Lethbridger clear Ejimoniou, cloudy.. Calgary, clear.. Medicine Hat, cletr Mas. Min. 70 35 60 41 33 60 50 38 .02 -Macleod, clear.. 78 .37 Red IJeer, clear...... 50 "33 Prince Albert, fair 68 .12 Saskatoon, cloudy.. 73 40 iloose Jaw, 72 .40 Begina, clear....... 75 30 Brandon, fair......... 86 52 ,.17 Portage, clear.. So '.52' .10 Winnipeg, clear..... 82 60 .02 Port .Arthur, cloudy 68 52 The weather in, Manitoba has been warm, with a few showers and thun- derstorms. In Saskatchewan cooler, with scattered: showers, and in Al- berta mostly fine and cooler during the night. Forecast All and cool today and on Tuesday; local frosts at night. CITY AND DISTRICT Serious Accident at Aldersyde The second eldest son of Mr. and A. W. Rowland, fifteen years, ivas the victim cfa serious ac- cident on his father's farm near Alder- syde on Wednesday. The boy was driving a binder, and the horses ran away and threw him off the seat. He tecame entangled in the machinery in such a fashion that his back was frac- tured. Medical help was sent for from Okotoks, and the boy was 'iater taken to Celgary, where he is under the care of Dr. Mev.-burn, Hopes are held cut for his recovery. Genuine Thefmos Bottles We say "Genuine" for the rea- son that there are a great many imitations on the market. Motor Outfits, Lunch Thermos Cups, Thermos Fillers, Leather Cases and Straps, Thermos Corks Fittings. The Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Court Star S095 A. 0. F. will hold a meeting tonight. All members are re- ciuested. to attend. Congregational social in Knox church at eight o'clock' tonight, as a farewell courtesy to Rev. and 'Mrs, A. G. Cameron. CITY AND DISTRICT Help for Relief Fund The "ivJiist drive to be hefld in the S. O. E. hall on Tuesday evening, un- der the auspices oC Iho-CsughteiS and Maids of England is "worthy of the hearty support of the citizens. The proceeds are being devoted to the re- lief fund now being raised in the city for the benefit of those left behind by the volunteers and reservists. Here is a good chance to spend 'a pleasant evening and compete for the valuable prizes offered, with the knowledge you are doing a little to help the fund. 'The admission is 25 cents for everybody, and the time is eight o'- clock. C. R. Young- Goes to Ijethbridgo will be minus two 'more of her most popular citizens before the end of _the week, in. the persons of Mr. and Sirs. C; R. Young. Mr. Young, who has been manager of. the Mer- chant's Bank here for nbout five years, has received word of his transfer to the managership of the bank at tier, and will leave -the latter part of the "week to take up residence in the northern town. As a mark of the deep regard in which Mr. and Mrs. Young have been held, a large number of their friends gathered at the bank on Saturday afternoon, and presented each -with a handsome gold watch. Mr. Young; will be succeeded here by T. II. Kennedy, now of Stettler. Mr. Young has been one of this city's most progressive citizens, and has always been a firm believer in the destiny of Southern Alberta. No Advance Jn Carriage Rates A query from the Lethbridge Eoard of TradereKarding the reported ad- of Trade carriage rates in the interior, published some days ago in the Mani- toba Free Press elicted the over the wire.from W. B. Lanigaa, western freight traffic superintendent of tJi6 C.P.R. at Winnipeg: "We desire to give most emphatic denial to the assertion made by the Manitoba Free Press that inland carriers are advanc- ing their rates in'proportion to import rates. They will be advanced only to the same extent, that advances are made in ocean tolls as a result of the prevailing ocean risks." N. L. u. NOTICE Will the committee and players of the Nor.h Letbbridge Footba'il club turn up at training' quarters at S o'- clock this evening. BUSINESS LOCALS The high cost of living solved by eating at the Dailss Cafe. Dinner from 12 to S, 25 cents. Pie and Coffee 10 cents. Short orders at all hours. Miss Bamlen's Private School wili re-open Tuesday, 'Sept. Gth, at S.30 a m. Beginners ciasn at 1.30 p. m. For further information and terms, apply to 1255 -ItH Ave. South. Phone 115S. Abbie 0. Horspool, 1007 3rd Ave. S., teacher of pianoforte, harmony and musical history, open her classes on Sept. 7th, and practical system used' with children, leading up to tlie best results in tech- nique and musical interpretation for advanced pupils. Pupils prepared for examinations If desired. Phone 1520. OPENING OF THE SEASON IN BURG- MAN'S HALL, 13TH ST. NORTH ON Music by Imperial Orchestra. Come and enjoy yourself. 9 to 2. Iie-miy Ailiu's is the place to get your Special Week's Guessing' Contest First Prize .........................Value 53.00 Second Prize ........................Value 2.00 A two weeks' special commencing today and ending September Open .to every Student. To liio Student guessing nearest to the number of Scribblers in the large pile in our window, we will give on Monilay, September 15th, 53.00 worth of any goods in our store. To the next nearest'to the number worth of nny goods." ONE CONTEST COUPON WITH EVERY 25c PURCHASE. See bur Window for full particulars. in Co. Ltd. The Drug-Book Store PHONE 1487. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL Ciean and Pure inner part of tho wheat berry ground, bolicd and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. Phone 1632 For Pore Milk and Cream FROM THE BEST HERDS AND .MOST IN THE DISTRICT THE HYGIENIC DAIRY CO. FIFTH AVENUE A SOUTH. WHAT TO .EAT AND WHERE TO EAT. IT'S EASILY AN- SWERED BY ALL WHO HAVE TRIED The Commercial Oyster and Chop House 210 5tK STREET SOUTH LOfS OF GOOD THINGS SUBJECT TO YOUR ORDER-r-25c UP SERVICE PERFECT FOOD-OF HIGH Drinking Fountain'Donated Rov. J. D. Pickul; pastor of the CtrlatUn-church, attended the 'council meeting this morning; .with a request hat tho city name..a spot where tha plendld drinking fountain, donated to he city by the Young People's Society 3f Christian Endeav'or. of the Clirlst- an might be placed. The commissioners designated the eorner of Fifth and Third avenue, side the Union bank, and the fountain will be installed there by the city de- partment of 'water. The gift was graciously acknowledged by the Mayor and Commissioner Grace. laid the foundation for a fine hew ele- vator, and the has been ex- tended to accomodlUo' the' biiijdlng. I One field in that vicinity threshed oat ion Satuiday went 35 bushels to the acre, and there are many Holds'turn- ing out grain at the rate of'from 20 to 25 bushels Good Crops at Woolford P. J. M. WoBlyns, roadmaster on the lines south of .Lethbridge, returned from the south. on Saturday, and re- ports that threshing is in full gwine. And tbev .have some crops to thresh southwest of this city. At Pioneer Grain Co. has Steamship Arrivals Agent .Mitchell reports .ttm fouowlng: The Donaldson liner Le- titia reached Montreal last night. Western passengers should reach Lelhbridge on Friday mornins. The White Star liner Canada, reported due at Quebec at noon today. Western passengers should reach hure Friday. Tbe Allan liner due ut Montreal tonight. WcsterV passengers should arrive here on Sep- tember 3. I The Allan liner Ionian reached Lon- Idon'un the morning of August 27. Alt' wf.l. Yon't have success or a good time wilh- .out a'good Gun and good. Arnmuiiil ion Parker's Trogah iranimerlcss Shot Giins and Peters Shot Shells WjLL BRING 'EM DOWN WE.HAVE EVERYTHING FOR THE HUNTER AND CAN SAVE YOU MONEY. SOUTH W.GRAY PHONE ;