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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta I BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Hot.l In AlbwU LETHBRIDGE HERALD The rich flavor and all the whalesomeness of the Htrvtst Field Is brought to you In "Pride of Alberta "and "Mother's Favorite" ..No Bread Can Be More'Nourishing than that made with either of these brands oE flour. If house- keepers understood the care.and scientific knowledge used in their milling and the rich, delicious taste they give bread, they would insist on haying them. ORDER FROM YOUR GROCER, OR.FROM Taylor Milling and Elevator Co., Limited SATURDAY AND MONDAY SPECIALS CONCORD baskets for (Get these now. They are as cheap ris'thoy wtll bo ami they will not last much pound baskets ............50c each..............31.90 Jam or quart baskets, Washington stock, 2 pounds for .........25c PICKLING last; i have this season. Price 2 pounds for. good valui Mclr.lojh Reds and Cox's Orange. Special while they Per case.. Or G pounds fcr B. c. MCINTOSH'RED No. TS, a. fine shipment just In. Fine color, good alzo, delicious flavor, extra heavy case's. About 44 IDE. not weight to Special per case. cfrV'ipounds for........................25c Best we hnvo over sold.. Oct. a case and see. Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER Cream Wanted We are able to handle more Choice Cream for butter aiaking. We Higliest market pric- es paid. Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 527 13th St. S. To Rent Fully Modem House on 13th Street, between 3rd and 4th Avenues. Fully .Modern, House, 7th Ave. Will be decorated to ten ant Apply ARTHUR HAYR TRY THE HOME CAFE Our Home Made Bread Lunch and Dinner-.....25c up AH kinds of Sea-Food a specialty Private Booths for Ladies. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Cigarettes, Tobaccos and Cigars Tlie Home Cafe 308 Fifth Street South. Next to Gray's Hardwire MARKETS GARBUTT Business College NIGHT AND DAY CLASSES Arithmetic Shorthand, Tvpe- wnling, Spelling, Bookkeeping, Penmanship, 'English. Night School Hours Monday and Thursday Evenings From 7 to 9 3Q :ENTER NOW ALBERTA BLK. ni i Kyiands to. Special Agente for HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS HALL 4 BORCHSRT ADJUST- ABLE DRESS FARMS NEMO CORSETS 'THIS TEA DID NOT ADVANCE The Salada Tea Company in spite Of-the enormously.-increased coat of freight, war insurance and exchange and the irregularity of the Eastern Markets, have not advanced the price oft SATIATM tea in "Western Canada. fThe Quality and pnce remains exactly the Earns as before the war, viz iatwl 40c a pound, Blue Label a pound and Red Lafoel Wholesome Satisfying Meals Good Service Splendid Menu Commercial Oyster 210 5th SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Oct. and closing prices, on the grain ex- changes today -were Open' Close 104'i 105% May Qattf- October 13% 48% December j. 48% 4SH October...... 115 December May, 12114 Whea Closin-j Cash Prices Max.. Min. cloudy.... 50 31 Edmonton, cloudy.. 46 35 V.-. 54 34 Medicine Hat, cloudy.. 60 40 Macleod, sriovr...... 64 30 Red Deer, cloudy.. ..45 35 Winnipeg, Mr...... 78 56 Grand Forks........ 56 44 The weather in Manitoba has been fair; in Saskatchewan cool and show- ery, while in Alberta snow is reported to have fallen. Forecast Western to northerly windt; cooler .and showery today, and on Sunday. CITY AND DISTRICT Gone to Winnipeg W. A. Buchanan, M.P., left this af- ternoon to attend the annual meeting of the Western Associated; Press at Winnipeg Rav. Mr.-Parrott Dead Rev. B. S. Parrott, Methodist, minis- ter at Alta., and well known in this district, is dead. He was 44 Bellevue Man Acquitted Harry White of Believue, charged stealing {100 from D. A. Sinclair of Blairmore, was tried before his Honor Judge in. the District Court at: llacleod .Tuesday and was acquitted.: ;Northern 10; No 3 9' No "t-Korthera .9: No. 5 S6H. Nm 6..... S1W Feed 76.V4- No 2 C W 4854 No 3 65 No 4 W. C. No 2 C TV" 112% Minneapoltfi Wheat Opea Close December 105% Mav 11114 113% -Chicaso" Wheat December 107H 10S r.....114'4 114 Sharp-Shooters MUST HAVE Perfect Sight Defective: vision would prove their' failure-rtheir downfall. The possible, present condi tlcn of your eyes, unless speed- ily rectified miy soon cause yon Inestimable misery Prevent such a calamity bj letting us mate a thorough, scientific, optical examination In that you may knpv the truth about your "sightseers.' you require glasses we will so-did- furnish them at honest prices If you do not-need them, we will-tell you so readily and congratulate you upon being so fortunate. Our reputation atturet you hon- t Information R. A. Wright, The City's Leading Jtweller 1898. Inuer of Marritge Lteenies. No wttncsstB required Eye Specialist In charge of Optical Department Singer Co. Generously The Singer' Machine Co, though .virtually, a .United States con- cern, has responded ;n6bly to.the Ca- nadian Patriotic Fund: 'The company tae'if ihas givea'. the.causet while the president, -Mr. Doujias Al- exander, has additional; Lethbndge Man Shown Around Slacleqd Spectator Supt. Walker of the C.P.R.j Lethbridge, was In this weak-, and Vas taken >by Mr. Lea her for a motor-trip into the Cpuatry iround Alacleod 3tr Walker Is some- th'ius ui n uufaa fancier, land he was taken, out to the ranch. Of J. R. Mc- Lean and shown. McLean's fine horses He was also taken to Uie sheep ranch oE'Curran Grier, and much interested in hearing Mr. Oner's success with his big flock 'f sheep Mr Walter's visit was partb for the purpose of ascertaining the quantity of grain that" will be shippel from the. Macleod district this year. He accompanied on the trip by W M Ansley and George Jicougall. Mr Leather proi ed a very competent guide. Patriotic Concert Programme Following is the programme of the concert to he given by the city band, F Clme director, m aid of the Daugh- ters of the EmpireRelief Fund, at the Majestic Theatre on Sunday evening at S45 pm, assisted b> Mrs B P Messrs R T Bnmner and S. E. Fleming: 1 (a) March, W V" Rich- ards, (b) Selection, "Gems of Victor- ian Round 2 Overture, "Bo- hemian Gin" Balfe 3 Song, "Reces R De Koyen, Mr R. T. Brym npr 4 TdU, "A. Musician Astray in the Forest" A Herman, R Van Hecke, soloist 5 Song, selected, Mrs. E. F. Lajton 6 Introduction and aria from Verdi 7 Song, "Tihere is a Land AllitseS Mr G E. Fleming. S Sextette from "Lucri." Donizetti. 9 Selection, "Sounds from 0 Langey. God Save the KInV. Hot Water Bottles and Syringes In buying Syringes you must depend largely on the judgment of the Druggist for Quality, as: esterior appearances would rare- ly show defects We buy Syringes from reliable makers only and we use the same care in selecting our stock' as we do in "buying drugs. HOT WATER BOT.TLES FOUNTAIN 'SYRINGES BUUG COMBINATION SYRINGES AND MANY SPECIAL SYRINGES tOur large buying enables us to make low' prices. ALL RUBBER GOODS ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited, Thlftf Claresholm Agricultural School Those interested in the Provincial school of Agriculture at Claresholm are the academicjyear> 1914-15, commences on October 27' In spite of the fact that crop conditions in Southern Aberta this year, have not best, the attendance at. the school for this jear promises to be even larger than last year; thereby shoning the place that such an insti tiition is finding in the province of Al berta The students who'wefe there last year, almost; without- exception will return ror.tne In agriculture ..and domestic science that is granted >by the department of Agriculture to students successful in the prescribed tfvo years' course. Ow- ing to the limited the Claresholm school will nbt'be able to register students. this next that intend to .enter the school should make application at once If thpy, wish to be admitted otherwise their appli- i cations may have to be Kept'on the waiting list All IrtfornmUon will bet 'freoly given Apply to Principal W. J.' Stephen, Claresholm. Family Dispensing Eexall Compound Cherry Cough 25c 50c.. ifcLOO Eexall Cold Tablets 25c A COMBINED COLD TREAT- MENT THAT IS UnESUAL. LEO IN EFFICIENCY AND SAF.ETY. J. D. Higinbotham Co., Ltd. Card of Thanki Mrs John Graham and family wish to thank their many friends for the kindness and sympathy shown them m their late bereavement, especially Mrs P Cam and Mrs. George Wash hrooit, whose sympathy and help was very much appreciated. BUSINESS LOCALS Baths 25c. tac Eatlia 25c Baths 25c M. K. Kaake's Barber Shop, 6th Street JUST ARRIVED A large assort- ment of Ganongs Chocolates.- Jackson Co. Prescription Drug LMhbrUgll, Albtrti. CITY AND DISTRICT More'Polic? pt Taber! A detachment of four Mounted Pin lice will be stationed at Tober in the future. Moved Quarters lie Standard Plumbing Co., S. Knapman manager, has moved to 322 Sixth street S., opposite the Herald. Located at Foremost Macleod Spectator: A. G. Avey, late of Bank of Canada .staff, who enlisted with, the Alberta contin- gent, returned to Macleod on Wednes- day, September 23, and, again ac- cepting a position with the above in- stitution, has 'been transferred to Foremost as teller-accountant. Monday Is Nomination Day Election for councillors at Taher to complete., the uuex pi red, .terms of. Peter Hainmerland Alex. Primrose, re- will be held on Monday, Oct- pber ;i2, aoid nominations for candi dates-.wlll be held !a the town hall on Monday. Alex. Primrose will seek Gas Company Changes The Natural Gas Co. has decided to consolidate7this division and the Lefeh- bridge.divislon.. Supt, Phillips will be charge" of 'both districts, but--will' .hereafter make his head- Lethbridge, instead of Nanton, but will can amutidr to see a month. LI L. Runnals the gas company locally in future. The change takes effect News Ont, Oct de- iion has jet been come tfl.ip regard a 'second Canadian contingent, in- dication's point to .the fact that, there be- difficulty m securing the enlistment of another overseas con- tingent as strong as the one recently entrained ,at Valcartier. In the west, particularly, is this spirit evident, and It is represented that the raising of ad- ditional troops will be not omv per forming a patriotic duty, but the way to.relifeve.conditions In respect to.un- employment. The equipment, training, and'dlspatch of men, has entail- ed tremendous amount and hpen no OPDOrfUDlty to con slder the dispatch of reinforcements That such reinforcements will be sent is without questio'n, but It is not determined whether they will go as strengthening the first contingent, or simply of men; NATIONS TOiHOLD CONFERENCE Oct. project is on foot for the holding of a conference which would be attended by repre- sentatives of England, Russia; Sweden and Norway, to study the questions relating to commercerftetween 'Russia and England over the northern route. For the next ten cfeys we offer One-third off all trimmed hats and 201 off all unlrimmed shapes CACooksley Street South Clean and Pure The inner part of the wheat borry ground, bolted and dressed by the mqst modern machinery under tEe careful vigilance of most competent millers. That's It Notice is hereby given to parents and others that the Births in the City of.Letlibridgeiis re- quired by law, and must be made within one month from date of Birth. Anyone failing to do so is liable lo prosecution'and fine. C. B. BOWMAN, Registrar. Registrar's Office, Acadia Building, 3rd Avenue S. Tonight Tommy. Tonight Atkin's Battle Song 1 "Ifs A Long Way To Tipperary Hearjt: Learn It: Sing It: No loyal Briton will miss this opportunity SARCBES LOYAL: GIVE ?500 Calgary, Alta., Oct. In- dians given the government tor war purposes, as proof of their loialty io .King and Empire., RED CROSS IN TWIN CITIES Jlinneapolis, Brc- tlsh Red Cross society was organized, last night by residents "of the Tula Cities, who met in St Paul. C B. Hamilton, British vice consul, presid- ed. Imperial Bank of Canada Capital Paid Up............. Reserve I'und Total Assets Over............; Head D, R. WILKIE, President Hon. ROBERT JAFFRAY, Vice-Pretldent SAVINGS BANK DEPARTlylENT Deposits of SI.00 and upwards received and Interest allowed from date.of deposit. LETHBRIDQE BRANCH ..............W. R. SEATLE, Manager OF CANADA Banking Facilities The Standard Bank of Canada is equipped to extend to its customers every, facility, of modern banking. Drafts, Money Orders, letters of Credit and Travellers'. Cheques are issued' and Interest-bearing Savings Account's may at this Branch by the deposit of bile dollar and CapIUI und Reserve 167L Aixelc over lETHBRIOGE BRANCH, 315, 13lh Street N. B- f- BtETCHEK, B ;