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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FKIC (US TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor I1JS a Day Hotel In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN The ll tho But and.MoX Convwi- HIM to May The rick flavor and all the wholesomeness -of the Hurvcst Field Is brought to you In "Pride of Alberta "and "Mother's Favorite" 3Vo-Brcad Can Be More Nourishing than that'made either of these brands of Hour. If house- keepers understood the care and scientific kno'wledge used in their milling and the rich, delicious taste they give bread, they would insist-on them. ORDER FROM YOUR GROCER, OR FROM Taylor Milling and Elevator Co., Limited Cream We are able to Jiaiullp -more Choice Cream for butter making. We remit promptly. Highest market prices Dairy Limited j Phone 1576- 527 13th St. GRAIN MARKETS W-iaaipc? Han, Get Opening .closing jjrJ2ss- on the grain exchanges today Open Close October.. 107 106% December 109 is 116% 115% October Decenrter t. 4g% 4s October 1127s 113 December 115 121% 122U Closing Cash Prices No. 1 Northern 106H No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern 9SH No 4 Vo a S7K No 6 Feea 7SK No. 2 C. "W. To Fully Modern House on 13th Street, between 3rd and 4th Avenues Fully Modern House, 7th Will be decorated to suit tenant Apply ARTHUR No. 3 63V" 4 60 No 1 N V? 0 No 2 C "W 1095J Minneapolis Wheat Open Close December _ 108% 107% May 114% 113 Chicago Wheat December 109 May- 11514 114% GARBUTT Business College fclGHT AND DAY CLASSES Arithmetic. Shorthand, Type-nmtlng. Spelling, Bookkeeping, Penmanship, English Night School Houri Monday and Thursday Evenings From 7 to 930 ENTER NOW ALBERTA GRAIN PRICES Man.; Oct 5. Opening and closing prices on the grain exchanges today Open Close October 106% 106% December 109 109 U Ma5 115% 116% Oats-October 48% 48% December 48k May 52% o2% t. October ..113 December 115 IJoS May. 12311 i 113 Closing Cash1 Prices 1 Northern ,2 Sortherp. 103% No '3 Northern 98% -No, 4 03 National Supper THANKSGIVING EVENING j SIX O'CLOCK WESLEY HALL j English, Irish, Scotch, Canadian and American nationalities will be represented, followed "by an Excellent Program. Price 50 ,6 'Feed 77 CaU-No" 2 C. W 48% Vo 2 Feed 44% tarley 10 3 60 No' 59% 2 C 1 Minneapolis Wheat Open Close December 108 K lay 113% 114% Chicago Wheat December 109% lay 115% 115% [Notp Owing to tbe demoralization if the TOres yesterday, mar iet quotations were received too late of publication.] ____ Jf A call to Knoi Church, Aylmer, has been extended to Rev w A. Beecroft, thanksgiving .LOCAL MARKETS .LOCAL MARKETS is up 3 totSay oier esterdav> prices t Canadian Grown Apples For People in Canada B. C. Wealthier and Mclutosh Ectl s, Two FineVarieties. ease NO. 1 MclNTOSH cate pounds for 25c CONCORD baskets 8 quart ,.85o THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 1271 Phone 525 TRY THE HOME CAFE Our-.Home Made Bread Lunch and Dinner......25c up All kinds oC Sea Food a specialty Private Booths for Ladies. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT- Cigarettes, Tobaccos and Cigars. The Home Cafe 308 Fifth Street South. Nexfto Gray's Hardware CITY AND DISTRICT Infantry Drill Called.Off There will be no infantry drill to- morrow evening, owing to'fhe incle- ment weather. New. News Stand The Elite has, opened a newsstand, latest current periodicals and .magazines "will he on tale. The Herald can also be pur- chased here. Bandsmen, Attention! AH members! tif are requested Jo_. meet at Fetterly's undertaking panors tomorrow at 2 30, without instruments, to attend the fun era! of the late C. J. Eckstorm, in a body. Storm.'pelsysd Films The the-Bijou the- atre regret thIiV'OWittS'to'the "non-ar- rival of the through-the storm, the fine picture or'VHomer Run' Baker's Double" -was not onMls play last night The films have now arrived and will be" shoira tonight. Old-TImers; Visit City, Mr. and C. Harrison 'of Van- couver, of Lethbndge, are registered at toe Lethbridge Hotel Mr Harrison came to Lethbridge m 1883, and is well-known the old timers here Ha OTis employed in the construction department of the Northwest Coal Navigation Co, lat er the'AJberta Railway Irrigation Co, for upwards of ten years, and-Is now -with a well known construction comoany- in Vancouver. -Mrs Harrison are on. their way east: Major Young "'Passed Through Ctty Major VT R Young, president of the International Irrigation Convention, a cousin of Bishop B S Young. 'ste of this city, and a grandson of Brigham Young, passed through the city on Sat- urday, en route to Calgary from Salt Lake City Major Young iastic irrigations t and a staunch ad- mirer of Canada and her institutions His last visit to Jjethfandge nas 26 years ago, when Jie was here In con nection with, business with the Alberta Railwaj Irrigation Co Banker Praises. Warner .Farmers Mr J Burnside, manager of the Warner branch of the Canadian Bank of Commeice, a weekend visitor jjgjj tm the registered at the Alexan- dra Mr Burnside was very favorably impressed with the spirit of the farm- ers at the Wiraei fair He is delight ed to see the evidences of faith m the country, and predicts success for the mariner nrho sticks His policy vin con nection with loans IB a broad one 'If a farmer comes in and tells us that he cannot meet his note, we ask him how much more monev he he said "IT we can, help the farmer to prosper other businesses will takecare of themselves, but if we hinder, his operations, and he gets out of the country for lack of supnort, what will become of 'business'7" s Colds Are Dangerous Jinny- ailments start from slight it will pay you-to make every possible effort to avoid a cold aiiy kind Stop colds as soon as they, start, with NYAL'S LAXAOOLD j before they change from a head cold to inflammation of the lungs This remcdj breaks up colds- beginning andv saves danv ger. J' 'KEEP A BOX HANDY -r V JPricc 25c. r The RedCross Drug Book Co., Limited IU I THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for. this" Column should reach this Office before 12 orclock day. of, publication Death of Infant, The infant and' Mrs.''0.' Mead 530 street South, died jesterdaj The funeral ifi'I'lie pri Wet Feet Sore throat --A WORD WISE HIGINBOTHAM'3 YELLOW THROAT MIXTURE "THE STITCH 25 CENTS Important! meeting ol the Loyal Or- der of the Moose in the Hlginbotham block at S p m CITY AND DISTRICT S. 0. E. Meets Wednesday The S. 0. E. Red Rose degree meets m the S O E hall ou AVednesdaj 8 o'clock. Guardians Austin L Taj lor of Altorado, tlenry H Poster of Seven, Persons and T L Duncan of Onpfour have been appoint- ed provincial game guardians Empreis Theatre Helped Belgians The 'Belgian Relief 'Committee do- sire ,to acknowledge thanks cheque from the Empress Taeatre management in. respect to the enter- taiament. given on behalf of the fund. Want .'Option 'oy. 10th No by the City regard to the proposed am- endments: to the charter as-affecting the v assessment until 'ther assessment commission has" made a report. The council; has 'asked that this report bo submitted1 before the 10th of this month. ALBLOTA5 PIONEEfi u "A Million "A- Million the rteatrire3" shown at the Empress last u'ght, to be one ot the most interesting photo- seen in Lethbridge The story deals with a mercenary and, her dauglitei The mother's ex travagance bringe rnin' "to a peaceful j household On tlie of poverty, the mother and daughter move to Eu rope, "where the mother forces hej daughter into a, marriage with a mil- lionaire, knowing loved and was loved bv a joung doctor in America. See'the ulm tonight and get the rest of the story. _ Personal Mention H N of the United States Reclamation Service, is m the city from Gre'at Falls P Af TVeed'e of Calgary is a in the city today, and is stooping at the Alexandra1" A P Gibson, formerly cifcr auditor, is In the city from Winnipeg, the head- quarters of the fir mot W A Hender son Co, of which he is a member Martin Woolf, MPP, and J W Woolf of Cardston'are stopping at the Lethbridge. AND RETAIL CHEMISTS AHD will serve its Annual Fowl Sup- per in tee Church, 13th St N. on Monday Next Thanksgiving rui "the O'CLOCK Childrm Xt 1 Northern 88 No. i Red SStthern 85 No 2 Red 8? So. 3 Northern S3 No 3 Red 78 OATS No 2_C W, 38 LIVD PTOCK 6c, covis, 5c heilera, 5 Jo 5c wethers, 51 to 6c veal, 'fc lOc, sprmes hogs, ,7 to 8c J1300, timothy alfalfa, 00 alfalfa offered (9 50 to blue-joint, (none ol- v i 1173 per owt; -cabbage, cents per pound. onions, per cwt, turnips, Vf, ceoia per polm'd; 1% cents per pound; carrots, 1% cents per pound. "f Every Woman Can Use and ought to use" occasionally, a proper remedy for tne headache, backache, languor, nervousness and depress- ion to which jshe may be subject These troubles and others are symptoms of debil- ity and poor circulation caused by indigestion or constipation LATEST OFFICi am at iafe, and convenient clear tte yjttem and raiiify the blood ex- crt a fonlc effect ind insure good health and Btrength, so that all the' bodily do their natural work, without causing suffering. Ercry woman of tho thousands who have tried them, knows that Beecham'a, Ppb act To Certain Advantage Worth CMrinw Km Pans, Ocl 6 3 04 p m following official communication was given out this after- noon "On our lett wing, the front is extending more and more widely 'Vcr; important nVastes ot Ger- man "have bezn reported in the Lille comiiig '.from the forces tic enemy which 'arc jnakinj movement m the toffee' north "of jhe line between Turroing (m the' de- partment 01 Nord, miles northeast of Lille) and tiers (nine miles Horth-wesfc Lille) "In the vicinity ot Airas and on the right bank of the river Somme the situation shows liltlo change Between the Somme tend the Oise, there have been alter- nate advances and withdrawals. Near Lasigdy, the enemy Tinder-' took an important attack, which, failed "On the right bant of the Aline north of have, wiUi armjvmade a slight We made progress ,in Lthe vicmdy of Berry V nothing to tentt r from' Hit V No Irrigation Farm Here Word was recened f this morning from Irrigation Commissioner Peters of Calgary that the Dominion govern merit would'b" unable tp stand the ex- pense 'of creatmh an irrigation demon stratlon farm Henderson Park in 1915. Mr" Peters informed the conn cil that his staff would be pleased to take the matter up and supervise the furnishing expert advice, etc, if the citj' would paj the cost No action, further than an expression of regret, wasjtaken BUSINESS LOCALS The regular "Wednesday night dance will be held in Burgman's Hall, 13th St' N tomorrow night Imperial or chestra Everybody welcome inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted' and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. Comfy Chairs and fleckers tluit the long eiiings arc here why not comfortable in your hpmc or rporasl Tliei'e is a (Jhaii or to suir every-.- body and the piices stiipiisc you they. are so reaKonablc. UPHOLSTERED 1 ir 5j if Sj f ortaMer -s t BASKET CHAIRS, -RATTAN ROCKERS PLAIN; ARMCHAIRS PLAIN.WOOD' ROCKERS UPHOLSTERED ROCKERSV THEM 'ANYWAY Standard Furniture Co. HOMElop; QUALITY 'FURNITURE COURT HOUSE AVENUE SOUTH How To Get Rid 4 Bad Cough of a i Mayor Goes to Calgary Commissioner Graco has been ap pointed as the official dele- gate to the International Irrigation Congress in Calgary, which is now in progress A Home-Made Kemedr ibnt Co It