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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel, Windsor H.25 a Day Hotel In Albtrta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LKT.HSRIDOI Dallas Hotel li the Beii .and Molt l.nt tt itaf The rich flavor and all the wholesomeness of the Harvest 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'of flour. house- keepers understood'the care and scientific-knowledge used in their milling and the rich, delicious taste they give bread, they would Insist on having them. ORDER FROM YOUR GROCER, OR FROM Taylor Milling and Elevator Co., Limited Cream Wanted We are aMe to handle more Choice for butter making. We remit pioinptlj Highest market pric- es paid. Crystal Dairy Limited 1576 527 13th St. S. GARBUTT- Business College NIGHT AND DAY CLASSES Arithmetic, Shorthand, Type- writing, Bookkeeping, Penmanship, English Night School Hours Monday and Thursday Evenings From 7 to 9.30. ENTER NOW ALBERTA BLK. -TRY THE HOME CAPE Our Hojne Alade Bread Lunch .and Dinner..... -25c up All lands of Sea rood t. specialty Private Booths for Ladies OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Tobaccos and Cigars The Home Cafe 306 Fifth Street: South. _ -Hardware J MARKETS FRIDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, Man., Oct. and closing prices on the grain ex- change today were Wheat- October N'ovember........ December...... Oats- October November December....... May- October November December i 12S" Closing Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern No 3 Xortherii Vo 4 No 5 No." 6 No 2 C V 1C No. 2 Peed....... Open. 308 iiy, 114V- 116 Close 10914 49% 531i 11314 115% 107 93 ss 84 50 46S 45% THANKSGIVING SPECIALS FINEST B. C. pounds for ......25c HOT HOUSE tomorrow, Saturday. Per CAPE COD pounds for...25c HUBBARD SQUASH-iPcr. pound ............So size, per pound ...........4c size, per pound ...........3c; CANNED per tin ......'.....15c per tin .40c SWEET pounds for :.25c' EATING basket 35o FRESH dozen ..................35c B. C. MclNTOSH RED quality, al Price per case 90c 'BOc FRESH Quarts Pints FINEST DAIRY pound .....'.300 FINEST CREAMERY for 65c Niagaras and While they last, per basket......20o and 25c pound ..............15c TOKAY basket..............750 pounds'.for.....................250 No. 1s, extra heavy Price, 5 pounds Monday being; Thanksgiving Day this Store will be closed. Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER Lethbridge, Edmonton, clear Regina, 'Cloudy Portage, clear. Calgary, clear Macleod, clear Medicine Hat, cloudy Prince Albert, cloudy Moose Jaw, cloudv Brandon, clear' Winnipeg, cloudy 37 31 52 28 53 39 50 40 48 37 54. 35 41 40 54 38 51 3S 54 32 56 44 The weather throughout the prairie ami mres hns it 2nd cool m Ubert-i, mostlj with ram in Manitoba and Saskatchewan FORECAST .Manitaba and Sas- and unsettled with lucal sJtowers, Liberia Fair and moderatclv warm CITY ANX> DISTRICT Flax- No 1 N W C 2 O W Minneapolis Wheat December 114 H Chicago Wheat December my; 66 U 60% 109% 108 113% 109% 115 Transferred, to. Headquarters Const. McCarthy of the Mclntyre lease detachment of the. Mounted Po- lice, has been quarters here transferred .to head- Different Song Next feu Chas Esan and J P Peteisen al Warner are visitors in the city today So is Mr. Peterson over the recent fall of moisture that he says tie farmers in the south 'will be sing ing a "different song nest year.' Inspected Mines in-South S. Jones, inspector, has -just returned an- :trip; which-included'the district south ot Seven Persons.' states that the mines in that winter-orders. At Calgary Convention President Jlarnoch of the Board of Trade, has gone to Calgary- to attend he International Irrigation Congress BRITISH PRESS CORRESPONDENT'S FRENCH PASSPORT _ GOUVERNESIEKTjailLITAIRE To the Consular Agent lor-- France re- minds the inobllizable Frenchmen (classes that tha last delay for rejoined their 'resi- ment expires November, three months alter the dafe of the geperai mooilization For the last departure, (Xsu York, October 17) please call at the -office tfce Montreal 15 in-the'mom- de Roussy de Sales Provincial- Seed Fair The Provincial seedTfair will-be held in Conjunction with the Calaary Fat StocK and Poultry Show It is expect ed that this show in ill be held m the last week or November, there- fore if there is any tanner ho wishes to make an at this fair and who does not receive' the department of Agriculture requests them to make application direct, and it "will be pleased.to The Box Score Your Temperature Tells The Truth About HealtU Approaching illness is com monly mdicatid a rising temperature A Clinical Ther mometer will detect it before it nou'd be revealed bj ordinary sensations, or sMnptoms This, enables jou to provide early treatment. A good Fever Thermometer should have- a place in every .home. It is especially valuable in homes where there are cliil? dren. All .Clinical Thermome- ters which -we sell are tested and .guaranted. PRICES FROM 75c TO The Red Cross Drug Limited. Ph.n. MI _ Avft BUSINESS LOCALS Tomorrow, "t Specials Harmony Soap Ko.se and Violet and Olive Oil Castile A "trio" that-' cannot, be" ap- proached for'quality and..quan- tity. 2 Cakes for 25c 9-! Shite Parl, Philadelphia, Oct B3STJN AB R H P A E 5 0 1 1 Plo.MEft DRUGGISTS J.D.HlGiNBUTHAM DRUGGISTS Moran, rf. Evcrs, 2b. Connolly, !i. Whitted, ci. Schmidt, Ib. Gowdy, c. Maranville, j Deal, 3b. Rudolph, p. Total M'urphy, it. 31dring, If. DoIHns, 3b. 3aker, 3b. j Mclnnis, Ib. Strurik, cf. Barry, ss. Schang, c. Lapp, c. Bender, p. p Totals Clean Off the Walks Chief Skelton intormed .the Herald Of this morning, in. very, emphatic terms, that the "snow bylaw -will he enforced 31 1 11 27 13 2 to the letter Many complaints are coming in to the station, and the Chief PHILADELPHIA looking into them with a Mew to AB R H. P A. E. determining is and who is not 1 (I 0 1 0 10 2 0 0 0 0 1 A. E. 0 '0 3 3 1 1 0 30 1. 5 .0 0 cleaning their walks The bflaw in 0 this connection gays "When or fl ice collects on .as-tp 0 obstruct the same or make it danger 0 ous for traffic, tie owner or occupier 0 of the premises upon or before which 330 the.ice or snow has collected as afore- 500 said, shall clear the same away" It 210 this is not done within six hours after 2 i 0 notification by the police, the city may 1 0 0 do the work, and collect the cost. Personal .Mention E H Strickland, Dominion onto- hitsj-V Gowdy, ttvckolT, Knitted Hita oit Bender, 8 iii live innings., olf Wvoiiuil, 3 m i and tv.o out in 6th Sacrifice h.ts, Oldrin? Stolen bases, Moran, molpgist, with headquarters at the Experimental Farm here, has gone to Schmidt, Gwwdy Kchmidt- and Bcal, Sir Roland Htll; irell known Canadian journalist, once editor of a Van- _____ttion, lioing correspondent work ori the Continent, He wanted horn Ulte before he could make the was compelled tojHcSn puipoit copy U which to hcmiUi shown. Double plays, Barry to Collins to Mclnnis, Bendec to Barry to Mc- Inms, Bender to Mclnnis, Baker, to Left on bases, Boston 3, 1'hiladclphia 6. First base on balls, off Rudolph 3, Bender 3, 1 First base on errors, Philadelphia 1. Struck out, Hudolph 8, by Bender 3, WjrkoH 2 Time 1.58. Umpires, at plate, Omnccn on bases, Klern left held, Bjron, right fieitl Hilde- hrand Official sixo-M National Commis- slon, 1'la.i., Clubs, U5, stock Portal .coming fumigate from' the United States The station at Portal WAS opened only last j'ear. Harry H Johnson, the noted Los Art- geles geologist the city fdr a few hours last night, going south (this morning Mr Johnson looks on the bouth fields as extremely promising ti A Felg-er, who has heen on an ex- tended trip east in connection with the organization of the Felger Fanning Co, returned to the city last night D. C. Boyce, of the Nicholson Bain Co, a resident of this city, is tegistered at the Alexandra. C Atklria and 'wife of New Dap ton, are stopping at Urn LethbrWge. .T B. Lindsay ot the moving picture ,ouw, censor department Edmonton, IB in hare{ the ,city, registered Armstrong Raworth Broa.'to ,d'is- splve partnership, -The well known jewelry .firni. .of 'Armstrong "'Ha worth Bros, are to; dissolve partner ship, and in order .to do so quickly require a considerable .amount of cash, therefore will inaugurate an -auction sale beginning tomorrow (Saturday) at. 3 'p.m. to C9ntiuue daily at the same hour until -tttc desired amount is real- sized, This .ivill he a "bona fide sale, backed Up ''by the personal guarantee of the firm.- Positively no question- able methods will 'be resorted to and every article' must go for exactly what it brings, means a life s oppor- tunity tb'ibuy diamonds, watches, jew The inner .part of the.'wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. PRISONERS ON TRIAL FOR MURDER-OF ARCHDUKE None. Wiener, a copy or which has a'rrived here from Vienna, says that the'indictment alleging, high elry, cut glass, etc. j treason and covering, 'Al pages, has at your, own price. J. A.'Siheiair, the well known jeweler's auctioneer, will conduct the sale. No prill Tonight There .will ba no infantry drill to- night, bwing'to the state of the parade groundc. Cavalry drIH has been call ed of! until further notice. Remounts Being Broken A number of: recently jmrchased remounts were taken out yesterday: Humhy and a corps a breaking jaunt. beeu read" to prisoners with, having been coucer in th'e murder of Archduke Pnmc the' heir apparent Austrian-'throne -at Sarajevo. It expected trial 'will last three weeks', according.to the newspaper. 'USES'RADIUM 'ON -WOUNDED Pans, Oct Curie has do- nated a radiographic service to the Patin hospital for the treatment wounded, M me. Curie is following with keen- est interest the effectVof.'radium :on shell uud bullet wounds EARL.GREY--GPEAKS WELL OF CANADIAN-GERMANS London; Oct. S.-r-Barl-Grey, former governor general of an ad- dress today the Institute of Industry :and. Commerce, commented on the half million Can- adians of German "descent. Germans." said Earl'.Grey, "Jovo -the conditions that Canada as much as they lmtG'< the .conditions which thev leave'. behiad; and .If we can obtain a larger Influx of such Ger mans jpfo ouT dominions we shall have a combination of German''culture .iin- der. free institutions- upon might but upon right. S u I T S A L E SALE ANY SUIT IN THE SATURDAY In Fit-Reform, 20th Century and Society Brand Suits, sold regularly up to and including On Sale Saturday For Charges on all alterations Special values in Men's Over Coats ai and McKELVIE KIRKHAM McGUIRE BLOCK S u 1 T S A L E ;