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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta I .FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor 11.25 a Day Hotel In Alberts LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN Tke Dallas Hotel ll tht Beit and.Molt. Convn lint to The rich flavor and all the wholesomeness of the Harvest Field IE brought to you In "Pride of Alberta "and "Mother's Favorite" IVo Bread Can Be More Nourishing than that made with either of these brands of flour. If house- keepers understood care and sotedtific knowledge used in their milling and the rich, dtllcfoui taste'they give bread, they would insist on haying tkeoi. ORDER FROM YOUR GROCER, OR FROM Taylor Milling and Elevator Co., Limited Cream Wanted are-able to handle more Choice Cream for butter, making. We remit promptly. Highest market pric- es paid. Crystal Dairy Limited 157i 627 13th 3LS. OARBUTT Business College NIGHT AND DAY CLASSES _ArjtUmetio, Shorthand, Tyne- "ffriting, Solttng, Bookkeeplns, Penmaaahip, Bnglisc. Night School Hourc Konday and Thursday Erenjugs From 7 to 9.30. ENTER NOW ALBERTA BLK. MARKETS TRY THE HOME CAFE Our Hone ,31ade Bread Lunch and Dinner......25c up All kinds of Sea Food a speclalty Private Booths for Ladies. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Cigarettes, Tobaccos and Clgirs The Home Cafe 30S Fifth Street South. '-.Next to Gray's Hardware WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Oct. and closing prices on the Grain Exchange were as follows Open Close October lOfffi 106% November IDS' December 100 lib 4SS 108% Dctober December December May..... Flax- October November December Closing Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern 2 Northern' 3 Northern 4 No. B No 6 Feed 115% US 123 Be Grapes Grown in Canada baskets in fine condition at your own price r.Just about enough to Never before Grapes sold at this low price in Leihbficlge.' De- le wares, and Bed Rogers....... Price per basket, 20c and 25c t Come quick if you want any. office: THE GOOD CO Store: DL M-io 4 60te Flax-No IN W C 2 C V, Contribute to National Fund Among the rontributiona received by tbe Minister of Finance at Ottawa treasurer, of the Canadian Patriotic Fnnd IB one of from officers of this port and outports of Lethbridge, and one of -from Noah of Junkm The local fund has not yet been organized, nor haie anj steps toward the organ- ization 'of a local branch of the Red Cross been 'taken. j Minneapolis Wheat December 108 liav 113% 11454 Chicago Wheat December iOSH May v 1MSS Britain has -notified the .United States, through her ambaseador at Washington, she .will not inter- t fere with shipments of foodstuffs from there to! Holland. r National Supper Thanksgiving Night, Mon. Oct. 12 WESLEY 1 Roatt Bwf and Plum Pudding. For the English An English Speech and an English A Scotch Story and a Scotch Irish "Wit: and .an .Irish. Batttn ind New England Pie. -For the CITY AJVD DISTRICT Local Firm Got Big Contract Messrs. Hotson, Leader Goode, the local contractors, have secured a cou- tract from tHe-town of Cranbrook to the amount of about for the laying of a water system. -Mr. Goode is now 111 -Granbrook supervising the commencement of the work. Paid Fines-Amounting Charity home. A citizen of this city, a man ivith a family, realized, the- truth .of tEe old adage this morning, and came royal- 103% ly to the rescue of "three of his ilS friends, who hart committed minor of- fences, aad who ;were fined in'police court this morning. These three "fel- were: sadly ia-need of a friend. 8914 They were stony broke, and it meant 30 days for. them irth.ey. did not pay. So their angel of mercy came forward of his own accord, and paid the whole bill; The culprits were charged with being dranlc and disorderly. Two got and costs, and the other ?5.00 and costs. ".Costs" always means 53.35, and the ac- counted for in-back Fever Thermometer should have a place in every home. It is especially valuable in homes where there are chil- dren. All Clinical Thermome- ters which, we sell are tested and guaranted. PRICES FROM 75c TO 51.50 The RecLCross Drug Book" Co., Limited Try a Sack Then You'll Knbw CITY AND DISTRICT Bank Clearings this ueek ''howed as against for he corresponding week last vear. Harvest at St Cyprian's The annual Han eat Thanksgiving will be celebrated at St Cjpnan'l Church on Sunday next The church be decorated and music suitable for the occasion -mil be ren aered bj the choir Citizens Should Clear Own Walks Grace states that the s.demallfs mil be plowed if oosslble but he asks that the ualka in front of occupied. propert> he cieaied the occupants The tit} bUaw does not require, the- city to do this work, and gives the city the 'right to compel householders to do so; The police will not take advantage of this power, hut Mr. Grace is especially desirous of see- ing the walks cleared. Every avail- ble man was put to work, on the streets first, and toy- the.time this work is completed, the walks will be pack- ed so thaUthc plows-.would not be ef- they vi'lll be put into ac- tion where The 'storm1 has cost the city considerable money, and the Commissioners desire that the clt- zens help but possible. Cammissionef-ReidT'.adviscs that the street cars now running ou regu- lar schedules v Movies Soon War pictucee, hone" of :which will be THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of-publication. The regular meetiog of the CJtinad- ian Order of Foresters will be held in the K. of P. hall, at 7.30'aharp this evening. After the ihjeethig" a onateh game of carpet ball "will be play.etl be- tweRii the C.O.R and of Moose; game to 9 sharp. over 15 days old, will ,-be shown at Stirlnnd in a fortnight The picturen were all taken on the battle lines in Europe, and are supplied by the new Universal Weekly International Mix-up Two Austrians and a-Belgian. That was the list of capturea which appear- ed on the city morning. And :a merry time was had by all too. The Belgian related to the Austrians how three. Belgians "ia the war had killed fifty Germans, thirty captured-severai guns. This didn't altogether please the trians, aad a second edition of the battle of LJege; Vas threatened over there in the cells. The Belgian was al- lowed to pass out-of a free man, andj the Austrians were given 30 days at hard-rlabqr each :at the Mount-; ed Police barracks without1 the option of a fine. Paul Billet, the taken in tow because >o visible means. He-has been' trying to get work all along the but cannot find anything. '.The Austrians were grabbed by. C.P.R. Special Officer Plowright. They 'were- seen bV him and another C.P.R. guard at the big bridge, and after they, refused to obey an order to -the C.P.R. men plowed right in and captured them, but not until several shots had been fired. John Kleiner and John Baben were the culprits. They claimed to have no evil designs on the ;bridge, but did not explain why theyvdidn't stop when told. George Jones was fined.a five spot for selling candy on .the Sabbath, and; a d. and d. was soaked a dollar and costs or 15 days. fferointfoaixDigromis That contribute to the., ever-in- creasing' popularity CHERRY BARK COUGH SYRUP and its'superiority over many other cough remedies Its taste is 'exceedingly pleas- ant. It does not derange the stom- ach. It's a laige bottle for the mon- ey. It contains harmful. Its purity ia-.aoove reproach. It will relieve or your money back.' Is it arrange that we sell more of'if-'than of all other cough remedies combined? 2ac, 50c, Y.OUR MEMORY That George Kerr Sc'Coi's Store is to "be found replete with all varieties of Hili Class Groceries and Provisions BUSINESS LOCALS Drs wood for starting fires and block for your flreplace at ?3 00 per Can also fit you up with storm Ask ui for pTices Phone 1384. Becker and Yates Service The Presbyterian service at Com- merce w ill held on Sunday at 11 00 a.m. in the "schoolhouae, weather: per- mitting air Varsh will preach and an invitation K extended to all Com meres people (o attend the service Canadian Sauce For the Young People A HaWtant Header, af Canadian Statesman anoV a Canadian will alM MrVatTljt djlferent tables OleTheobaldi The world's greatest descrip- tive violinist will appear In Wesley Church Oct 21st On this his first tour of Western Canada Oranges ......254, 304, 4Qd Lemons Concord Grapes, new stock Per basket Peaches IQ Pickling Onions, 2 'pounds for 234 Pate De Fois Gras 10 Torbay Shrimps in glass gQ4 Ror T QK J Brand's Chicken Broth.. Salad Dieting Brand's Ai Sauce 204 H P Sauce 254 Grecian Ripe. Black -Olives in Oil _ 504 CercboB Salt 2 for in glass Rojal Pepper Sauce 30jJ Mint Sauce Pearl Onions 254 Madras Chutnej Bengal Chutney Raisins 2 Tbs 254 Fancy, Cleaned Currants Mixed Peel Shelled Almonus gQ4 Shelled Walnuts 604 Shelled niberts 4Q4 Raisins Libby's Pineapple J tins for 504 C. B. ,Piclcles, Walnut, Mixed Chon Chow aftd Geilnns, each We buy to please you, not ourselv'es You will find -here a slock ol eatables to choose fiom an equal in the city. J- FANCY APPLES No I t Ber TiSsc NEW SEASON'S JAM Ptlf fP i Vagstatte's 754 ROAST TURKEY, each LEAR'D'S CHICKEN, each CHICKEN BREASTS in ENGLISH BRAWN in glass GRAPE JUICE 3Qi SPANISH PIMINTOS RELISH HEINTZ HORSE RADISH ZSt' HYGIEN Raspberries and Strawberries, extra quality, 2 tins for 45C LIBBY'S ASPARAGUS TIPS 30i LIBBY'S ASPARAGUS, large white 4Qrf See our stock Imported Prices From, pel pound 40fS Ooiisicler the clolight oi f.uiiJly and fiiciids when Dinmu'is Iho finest they have find your tasted. per pound JJStf per pound rtazel pound 25i Peanuts, per pound Almonds, per pound Brazil Nuts, pound Brown Poison's Corn Flour Grd nice, Semolina package ISt Paisley Flour, per tin US YOUR ORDER FORiHEAD.-LETTUCE, HOT HOUSE LETTUCE) GREEN ONIONS, TOMATQES. CEL-ERY.- CRANBESRIES, AND SWEET "POTATOES, SPANISH ONIONS, -ANlTcAULI FLOWER Jngersoil -Piminlo 104 Cream Jfli Gamelott Imperial 354 Beans, extra pne, per tin 1ft Raspberrj Vinegar 3W" Lees Sweet Pickles 254 You can rely absolutely on out1 gfjotK. We keep a variety ratlftr than an extensive being oui policy. Next time you use our new season's canned fruits note the fresh, natural taste--the character of them all GEORGE KERR co. y S f It ;