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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - October 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta r PHEE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor : $1.CS a 0�y Hbtel In Alberta 1 [ WHEN IN LBTHSRIDai The DdllM Hotel U tha Best and Moat Canvarf lant Plaaa � Stay The rich flavor and all the wholesomeness of the Harvest Field Ic brought to you In " Pride of Alherta " and " Mother's Favorite " Xo Bread Can Be More Xourisliingf than that made with either ot these brands of flour. U hous*-}sw9p9n �understood the care and scientific kno-nl�>dgc used in their milling and the rich, delicious taste they give bread, they would inaiat am havlag them. ORDER FROM YOUR GROCER, OR FROM Taylor Milling and Elevator Co., Limited LETHBRIDGE-ALBERTA. Cream Wanted We are able to handle more Choice Cream for butter making. We remit promptly. Hif^hest market prices paid. Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 627 13th St. 8. GARBUTT Business G>llege NIGHT AND DAY CLASSES Arithmetic, Shorthand, Type-vrrltlDg, SpelUnc, Bookkeeplne, Penmanship, English. Night School Haurs: Monday and Thursday Evenings From 7 to 9.30. ENTER NOW ALBERTA BLK. Thanksgiving Dinner Westminster Church will serve its ABnual Fo^vl Dinner in th� Chtirch, 13th 3t. N. on Monday Next Tbanksg^iviDg Night FROM 6 TO 8 O'CLOCK Program after the Supper. ADMISSION: Adults 50c Children 25c SATURDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg. Oct closins prices on today were: Wheat- Oct. ... ... ... Nov.......... Dec. ... ;...... May....., ... iO.-Opening and the Grain Exchange Oats- Oct. ____ Nov. ... Dec. ... -May ... Flax- Oct ... Nov. ... Dec. ... May ... Open 101 ICS's 116% 491.3 531.4 11-2% 115 116 � 123 �.i Winnipeg Cash Pricea Wheat- No. 1 Northern .............. No. 2 Northern .............. No. 3 Northern .............. No. 4 ........................ No. 5 ....................... No. 6 ...................... Feed ........................ 1 Red Winter ............... 2 Red Winter ............... 3 Bed Winter ............... Oats-No. 2 C. W................... No. 2 C."W.......-............ Extra 1 Feed ................ 2 Feed ....................... Barley- No. 3 ..............---- No. 4 ...................... Flax-No. 1 N. -W. C............ No. 2 C. AV................. American Markets Minneapolis-Dec. ... ......... lOS May............ 113^4 Chicago- Dec............. 109JA May......... .... 115% Oats-Dec............ 47-8 51 Close 108^4 109-4 110% 11T% r.o 49=, 54 115 1159i 115% 123 U 109H 105 V-100 94U 90 851.2 SlU lOSM; 105 V" lOdil 5114 471A 471^ 45^4 6614 60% 114^4 lllH 10834 1141/8 11014 115% 47% 50 84 THANKSGIVING SPECIALS FINEST e, C. QELERY-2 pounds for ......25c HOT HOUSE LETTUCE-Expected in tomorrow, Saturday. Per pound ...................40c CAPE COD CRANBERRIES-2 pounds fcr...25c HUBBARD SQUASH-Per pound ............3c PUMPKIN-Small size, per pound ...........4c PUMPKIN-L.-srge size, per pound ...........3c CANNED PUMPKIN-3s, per tin ...........15c CANNED PUMPKIN-Gallons, per tin ......40c SWEET POTATOES-3 pounds for .........25c EATING PEAKS-Per basket ...............35c FRESH EGGS-P:c dozen ..................35c B. C. MclNTOSH RED APPLES-Finest quality, all Price per case .............................$1.75 FRESH OYSTERS-Solid Meata- Quarts ................................90c Pints ........................----.----50c FINEST DAIRY BUTTER-Per pound ......30c FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER-2 pound Tor 65c GRAPES-Concords, Nlagaraa and Delawares- While they last, per basket......20c and 2Bc TOKAY GRAPES-Per pound..............15c TOKAY GRAPES-Per basket ____..........75c QUINCE-2 pounds for.....................25c PEACHES-Per basket.....................35c No. Is, extra heavy cases- Price, 5 pounds for..........................25c jMoiidny beiug Thiinksgiving Day this Store will be closed. S='71 THE GOOD CO. store: Ffaonel^?! high-class groceries 525 WEATHER 40 36 54 44 46 44 51 55 59 59 60 55 Min. 31 34 30 38 30 .28 .50 41 .40 43 39 4S 42 Lethbridge, cloudy.. K-dmontou. cloudy.. Calgary, cloudy ... Medicine Hat. fair..... .Mac-ieod. i'iear...... 4 Prince Albert, {uir. . Saskatoon, cloudy. . Moose .Taw, cloudy Regina. snowing.. Brandon, c-ioudy .. Portage, cloudy... Winnipeg, cloudy.. Port Arthur, cloudy .. ,, The weather throughout the prairio provinces has been clear and cool in Alberta; cloudy and raining in Jlani-loba and Saskatchewan. Forecast Manitoba and Saskatchewan-Northerly winds; cooler; with showers of rain or sleet. Alberta-Fair and cooler. CITY AND, DLSTRICl Thanksgiving Service A Thanksgiving service will bo held at the Christian Science church on Monday at 11 a.m. Union Service Monday A union Thankf,giving service is to he held on Monda.v Wesley church, tosnmencing at. 1! a.ui. Rev. G. H. Cobbledick -will pre.=;idp, and Rev. David Roes -nill prciicl). w:;ile all the ministers in the city '.vi!i talte part. Everyone v,-i!l receive a conlial welcome. There will hr. n. eoUeeiion and the proceeds will be (livicied hetweeu the local charities iiuii ilie Xursini; Mission. A Great Violinist Die Theobaldi. violinist, is the pos-ses.ior of 62 gold medals and decora-tion.s; has been royal chamber muslc-1 ian to his :Majesty King Oscar of Sweden and Czars Ale.xander and Xicljo-laa of Russia; has played by royal command and invitation before many of the greatest potentates, artists and dignitaries of the old world. Ai the great congress in Rome, September 26, 1896, King Umberto conferred upon JTheobalidi the order ot Opirius ithe I Italian crown studded with diamonds), ' and upon the occasion of tiis second concert before Count Stolypin, Russia's premier, Theobaldi was presented with a bow studded over with eleven diamonds, the largest weighing four and one-halt carats. Popular Visiter in City .T. W. Woolf of Salt Lake City, a periodical visitor to Southern Alberta, is in tho city. Mr. Wool! is well-kuowa throughout the south. , Boardwalk at Subway Street Superintende.Tt Wm. Morris has provided for pedestrian traffic ."it the subway by having board walks constructed from the terminii of the two car lines, so that passengers will no', be coranelled to wade through tho sea of mud that has developed since the recent storm. - The Stacey Lumber Co. supplied the lumber. Thanksgiving Music at Knox Special Thanksgiving music will be rendered by Knox choir, which wUI be assisted by Mr. Sam Sadowski. At the evening service Coniorrow, the numbers to be given will include "King All Glorious" (Eaniby); "And God Said" (Harris); "My Faith-Looks up to Thee" iSchnecker), with violin ob-ligato, and "Traumerai" (Sshumann). Obituary The death occurred in the city last nigbt of -Mrs. Johannah Albertine Lar-sen, wife of L. M. Larsen of Magrath, at the age of 38 years. The funeral will be held in Magrath. Wilmar Loraine, the seven-weeks'-old son of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Connors of Wilson Siding, died this morning in the city. The funeral will be held on Monday. Fun.sral of Montana Lady The funeral of the late' Mrs. Richard Davis of Kevin, Mont., was held in the city this afternoon, from St. Cyprian's Church to the An.glican cemetery, Rev. Canon MV'iillen Cfflciating. Deceased was the wife of Richard DavLs, a large rancher. She was aged 39, and was well-knovvii in Southern Alberta. Thos. .Mr �.'au.-jherty of Letli-brid.Ere and Wm. Baldwin of Car'man-gay are brothers-in-law. A large number of friends from Sweet Gr-ass and other Montana towns attended th(3 funeral. Your Temperature Tells The Truth About Y'^our Health .\pproaching illness is commonly indicated by a, rising temperature. A Clinical Thermometer will detect it before It would be revealed by ordinary sensations or symytoms. This enables yon to provide early treatment. A good Fever Thernionicter should have a place in every home. It is especially valuable in homes where tlsere are children. All Clinical Thermometers which we sell are tested and guaranted. PRICES FROM 75c TO $1.50 The Red Cross Drug & Book Co., Limited People's Forum Thirtf Av% \ To-day*s Specials I ''Harmony" Glycerine Soap (Rose and Violet) and Olive Oil S Castile One price today: g 2 Cakes for 25c INFORMATI ox W.V NTED Editor Herald ; I must apologize for taking up this much of your time, but as the matter conccrius. the nalional one of war, I feci you will be able, if you chtxise, to h?lp out iu the way tii iniorma-tion. From a cutting taken from the bcrtan, of Calgary, 1 see that the; South Alberta Patriotic Association ; has fixed the amount of .536 per! month to the wives of those already gone on active service either volunteers or reservists. The Dominion j Governnjcnt, also, sets aside an al-J lowance c-the $20 given by the Govcrn-J ment. So much I understand. What 1 wish to know is, wliether this will apply to tliose who volunteer in the second contingent ? I mran, will both the.se allowancf.s, $20 from the government and $36 from the Patriotic .Association be -as ap-; plicable to thc�ic dependent on the men of the second contingent as of those of the first ? .\nd, lastly, would the allowance be forthcoming if tho relation dependant was a mother or sister, instead ci wife ? Speaking from a personal point of view, I wish i to know because though 1 am unmar- \ Tied, I have a mother who has been I dependant on me since last spring, i She has no wish to be dependant i on any one, cither myself or the Do-; minion Govejrnnient, but 1 do not feci i it my duty to ofier myself unless I am convinced that she'will be provided for. The possibility of her obtaining Work these days is remote as she has been oh tlie look-out for a job since last May. Is there any patriotic association she could .join .so that she may do her share, small though it may be, for thosu at the front? Would you be good enough to answer this Isttcr by the medium of your paper, as T believe the question is of considerable interest to those, who like myscli only need such information to -send them eager and willing to the nearest recruiting office when it opens '! Trusting this will leap the W. 1'. B. and that you will he kind enougli to give the information required, 1 remain, thanking you in anticipation, Vours trulv, J. L.'O'BRIEN. (The Herald would be pleased to publish a reply from the committee in charge of the patriotic iuud in Lethbridge.-Ed.). flegistration of Births Nolicc is hereby given to parents iind others that the Registration of all Births in the City of Leilibridgc is required by hiw, and must be made within one month from dale of Birth. Anyone faihng to do so is liable lO prosecution and fine. C. B. BOWMAN, Registrar, negistrar's OfTice, Acadia Building, 3rd Avenue S. TRY THE HOME CAFE > Our Home Made Bttad Lunch and Dinner..----25c up All kinds of Sea Food a specialty Private Booths for Ladies. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Cigarettes, Tobaccos and Cigars The Home Cafe 308 Fifth Street South. Next to Gray's Hardware Rylands & Co. Special Agents for LADIES' HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS HALL & BORCHERT ADJUSTABLE DRESS FORMS NEMO CORSETS National Supper Thanksgiving Night, Mon. Oct. 12 wesley HALL Roatt Beef and Plum Pudding....................For the English An English Si)eeoh and an Knglisli Song. Haggia and Tripe.............................For the Scotchman A Scotch Story and a Scotch Song, Potatoaa and Stew..................................For the Irish An Irish Wit and an Irish Comic Boston Baked Beane and Ntw England Pie.....For the Americans A New York Orator and a Characteristic Song Canadian Table. Roaat Pork Apple Sauce .Por the Young People A Hahltant Reader, s Canadian Statesman and a Canadian Song. Roast Turkey will alao be aervod at the different, tables. i Delegates Homeward Bound A large number of the delegates to the International Irrigation Con.arcss at Calgary, from points in the Tlnited States, passed through the city last niglit en route to their homes after a strenuous session in Canada. Ai/)0!i9; tliem were; V.'m. A. Lamb, of the United S'ates reclamation servir;p at Helena; H. -N. Savage o*f the Sun Ricer project: L. Newman of Great Falls; F. H. Xewell, Wa.sliington, D.C.; K. D. Ball, director of the tjtah Experimental station, and Prof. F. S. Harris, agronomist at the T.'tah Agricultural col-ilege at Logan, a brother of D. Harris I of this city; W. H. Fairfield, of the Ex-jperimenta! Farm; Jas. Kl Ellison and � H. S. Alien of Raymond, also returned last night. BUSINESS LOCALS .Armstrong & Raworth Bros, to dis-.ohe partnership. The well known j'-welry firm of Armstrong and Ra-wonli Bros, are to dissolve parlner-^:liip, and in order to do so (juickl}', require a considerable amount of cash, ilierefore will inaugurate an auction sale beginning tomorrow (Saturday) at 2 [i.m. (o continuf! daily at tlt'eaime bo\ir until iiic (len.ired amount is rohl-iieil. Thi.s will 1,0 0 bo- u fide sale, backed !,y ihc ucr.soual guarantee "t the firm. Positively no (juestion- able inetlKKlH v.iU ik; resorted to and every article must go for exactly what It brings, which means a life's oppor- Want Bylaws Submitted Again At tho last meeting of the Board of Health, the following resolution wae passed after a di.scussion on the city's general bill of health: "That this Board of Health .r:ut itself on record that, inasmuch a.s the burgesses recently turned down a money bylaw to provide for the completion of a sewage disposal plant. It suggests that the bylaw be ttgain submitted." CARD OF THANKS On l)eiiaU' of Mrs. E. .T. Clarpenter and family, I 'lesire to express my appreciation for t}\?. kindness and s.viiip:itiiy shown by the friends, es-j.ecially the Ancient Order of For-e:-ters, in our recent bereavement. KLI.r.A.11 J. CARPENTER. JUST ARRIVED A large assortment of Ganongs Chocolates. Jackson & Co. Preacriptiori Drug Store Lethbridge, Alberta. "An apple day keei)S the doctor away." The Canadian brand is even better than tho imported. COUNT VON MOLTKE Chief ot the Staff of tho German army report-ed dismissed by the Kaiser. He is a nephew of the hero of ,1870. His dismissal, it true, indicates a "panic !u high places." Back From the 'Pe-j W. A. Buchiiiii-ai, M.P., returned yesterday afternoon from Vv'itmipeg, where he attended tho annual meeting of the Western Arjsociated Press. WILLIS PIANOS Are endorsed and used by the best riai)i>rom-inenee wiiieh estal)-li.slie.s tliein a.s ])cer-less in Tone, Toiieli, Worl'. laiiship and Dnral)i]ity. H.C. C.Salmon Agent: -tu :i:)th St. South. THE STANDARD BANK Q >IIeed Oltice t Toroulo. OF CANADA fMabtllslic� 1873. The Safest Of All Small Invesfmcnts is a Savings Account with the Standard Bank of Canada. Interegt is paid with unfailing regularity every half year or added to the principal and the strength and resources of the Bank -are a guarantee of the safety of the money deposited. Withdrawals may be made without unnecessary delay. - t 6,842.697 1601. ____46.000.000 lethbridge: BRANC^TiS, 13tli street n. 01 G. F. BLE:TCHER. Manaaer. B Capllal and Reserve Assets over Imperial Bank of Canada Capital Paid Up...........$7,000,000 Eeserve .Fund............... 7,000,000 Total Assets Over............ 82,000,000 Head Office-Toronto D. R. WILKIE, President Hon. ROBERT JAFFRAY, Vice-President SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of $1.00 and upward,? received and interest allowed from date ot deposit. LETHDRIDGE BRANCH................W. R. SEATLE, Managt* ;