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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE .BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor a Hotel In Alb.rU LETHBRiDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHimOOE The Dallas Hotel, la the Best nnd Most lint to The rich flavor and all the wholespmeness of the Harvest Field Is brought to you In "Pride of Alberta "and "Mother's Favorite'' No'Bread Can Be More Nourishing1 tlian that either of .brands of .flour. If house- keepers understood the care and scientific knowledge used in their milling and the rich, delicious taste they give bread, Uicy. would insist on having them. ORDER FROM YOUR GROCER, OR FROM Taylor Milling and Elevator Co., Limited Calgary, Oct. 14.-r-Alex; Ross vas elected' president; and of -Edmonton secretary-treasurer" for the forthcoming year at the evening session of the Alberta Federation of Labor, wnlch spent so mucjrttme con- sidering the .qualifications of vice-pre- sidents that a morning session today to wipe off the imsuiecs J. O. Jones of Lethbridge, who has 'been president for two sessions, and Secretary-treasurer R-'.Bellamy of Med- lists. Among the-recommendations of the executive committee "was a vigorous protest against permitting prison la to compete with outside labor. There was also a suggestion that el ection days should be declared a holi day, and reference to- child labor am ong other things CITY AND DISTRICT .MediclneiHat Soldier III UcBean, regent of the Daughters of the Empire, Medicine Hat, received the following telegram Frtdav from Quebec Veredith Hus ton is in Ward 7, Military Hospital, Quebec 'suffering from cerebro spinal meningitis Doctors teannot give anj opinion as vet, but are hopeful He is receding the best of attention ill wire improvement" Pertonal Mention J P Hammer and TV BnJloct are Taber visitors ia the city, registered at the Dallas T and C Verburg of Coutts are stopping at the Alexandra P A. Wright, 41d S G Freeze and C S McKenzie of Caigarr Treat south. on the Great Palls traia this morning stopped at the Lethbridge over night Don Skousoa, the famous Havmond athlete, THS in the vestcrdaj on his to Edmonton, where he "will enter the junior jear at the Unhersitj of Alberta i 'CARBUTT Business College _NIGHT AND DAY CLASSES Arithmetic Shorthand, Type- writing, Bookkeeping, Penmanship, English Night School Hours: Monday and Thursday Evenings 7 to 9 30 ENTER NOW ALBERTA BLK. THURSDAY GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, Man.. Oct. open- ing and1 closing prices on the grain ex- changes today were as follows: Open Close October........ 110% .111% December 112 J llS-li 119% October 53% 53y, November 53 Vt December .51 Mai............. 55M October 113% 112 November December......... 115 114% May 122% 12VA i Closing.Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern 112 2 Nortnern........ 10SJ6 No. 3 -Northern 103% 4 36 Tfa 5 W Mo G Feed S4M. 1 Hed Winter 111V1 No 2 Hed Winter 103% No 3 Red Winter 103H Oats- No >_CW............ 54% Wo 3 C W 50% Ire AG 1 Feed No ll'eed No. 2 Feed............... No 3 .68 No 4 61 Rejected 08% Feed 57 No 1 T TV C HIM Tfo 2 C 108% Chicago Whsat December 11111 112% Jlay llli'-s 118% Open Gloss Minneapolis Wheat 10') May 114% 116 LOCAL MARKETS TRY THE HOME CAFE Our Home Made Bread Lunch and Dinner 25c up All kinds qtSea Food a specialty Private Booths for Ladies. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Cigarettes, Tobaccos and Cigars The Home Cafe 308 Fifth.Street South. Next to GrayVHardware Local grain show a de- cided strengthening over last week's and >esterday's figures The prices paid farmers at the here are WHEAT: 1 Nor 94 No 1 Bed 12 No 2 i "Ad J9 No 3 Nor 86 No 3 Red 84 4 T9 No_ 4 Bed 78 2 C. W 38 LIVE STOCK 6c cows, 5c. Qies, 50 wethers, 5J to Co veal 7o lOc springs, hogs, 7 to 8c limolhv i aoa aiFaUa, S12 00 allalfa offered 50 to 510 blue-joint, (none of- fered) 8175 per wt, cabbage, 1% cents per pound, oiiions, S5 per cwt, turnips, rents per poand, beets, Vh cents per pound carrots, 1H cents per pound Tired, Nervous Men and Women I who are languid, sleepiest and I physically run-dorm get im- mediate relief and luting bene- from the regular use of Scott 'tEmaltton utttr meals. force ta tcittri, (rain by i itkMMpkinicmM ___W.' tmfMbOg.1 CITY AND DISTRICT Excelsior MjSle. (Jhofus On Thursday Ortober In, tne colslor Male Voice Choir will hold their initial rehearsal for the coming season U the general meeting of the members, held a fpw ago, Oeo 1, Taylor was elected president Kilner vice-president, S. Wake- man, treasurer, A W Edgar secre tary Mr John Scott and Mr J Jami son are also members of the commit tee Mr, T Roberts, the popular ton has kindly consented to con- duct this' well-known choir for anotliej season. M'he committee are very anx- ious to increase the membership of .'for :the''.coming seagbn'E work A heartj invitation is extended (o men with voices, especially ifirnltand second tenors Applicatidn to made to any member of the com Uiittee or to the conductor The choir is -strictly undenominational The re will be, hold in Wesley Hal on of each week. jt l a jiit t, B. C. Kal Apples, Ontario .Concord.Grape's and 'Washington Freestone (jood yalues. li. c: Mclntosh Apples, .oxcopUona'1 finest Tor cooking. All No. 1 slock. Kxtra heavy cases. Per Or 5 pomiils for..............................25c CONCORD last car of the season FREESTONE PEACHES-r-Also the last the Justin. All frssh season. Special while they last- Price, 3 for...........................51.00, Per case Office: THE GOOD CO. Store: n, J. J. AM-t pi roe Phonel271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 525 WEATHER Win. Lethbridge, fair 53 41 Edmonton, fair 64 40 Calvary, clear.. .38 Medicine Hat, cloudy.. C6 4S Macleod, clear...... 43 Hed Deer, clear...... 31 Brandon, fair....... 4S 31 Regina, clear 54 .32 Inriaa Hend, clear 27 Minaedosa, clear...... 34 AVinnipeg, clear...... 50 iMbrden, clear...... 52 30 -The weather in Manitoba and Sas- katchewan has been clear and cool, Tvfth slight frost at some points at night. In Alberta it has been fair and comparatively tuiid.'1' Forecast and warmer. and "Alberta Fine and comparatively warm'today and Thursday. CITY AND: DISTRICT S.O.E. Meets Tonight In consequence of the Trafalgar Day Bazaar being held -Wednesday, the Sons1 of-England will meet in the degree tonight; at S -o'clock I ntsrcessory Prayer. .Wednesday evenings, from S to 9 o'clock in ..Wesley, special pra} er and intercession, with appropriate address by Rev. bledick, on one of the great Psalms of David, These .meetiigs are being well attended, and all "will be made wel- come. Lethbridge A regular 'meeting of liethbridge Lodge No 39 vill be the Mas onic S O.E. b'uildingy Thursday, 15, at S -A full at- tendance RUBBER Quality 'is more important than price when it comes to buy- ing Rubber Gooils. From cxter: nal appearances there may So be but little difference be- tween the highest and the low- est grades. .But if you happen to get hold of the unworthy kind the detects will soon become ap- parent.. The Rubber Goods which we carry are strictly high grade .and. our prices reasonable .See us for: HOT WlATER BOTTLES FOUNTAIN SYRINGES SICK ROOM GOODS AND, NURSERY SUPPLIES If you are not entirely familiar .with rubber qualities, then rely upon our judgment. We buy Rubber Goods-as carefully as we buy Drugs. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited III J Thlrri Avt THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication 1 The regular meeting of the Council of Uie.Lotblridge Board of Trade will be held'1 at luncheon tomorrow (Tliurs October 15. at 12.30 p.m., iu the Lethhridge Hotel Fined for Insulting Women D. -Gherciui, .an Italian, was. fined; S3.00 ;and. costs.'in police court this: morning for insulting w.onien and girls" on, the street LEGISLATURE TO VOTE ON Edmonton, Oct hill to pri bifit t-he feie of liquor in Alberta will he brought to a yote in the legislature Cither SIpndaj CITY AND DISTBICT L. S. Brown'Here Leh S. Brown, who. for over a year- was manager of the Starland Theatre in the city for a few days man- aging the Majestlci Appreciation of a Master "Theobaldi played to a closely pack- ed-audience last evening. His tecli; niqiie. and his tone pic- tures cannot be excelled. The ap- plause it always Is tlie 'wizard LOplmoie (Rome, Antelope on View .Large numbers ot people at the. sta- tion interested in a shin-, meut of i'5. beautiful ante'lope, COUT signed to D W Nowlm Hot Springs, 3D Thequipment is affording many people .their first oppoctunilj "or see intr Chese beautiful little animals .it close range Each is a perfect speci iiien, and -the whole lot are" a valuable addition, to any park T I CITY AND DISTKIC1 Intercessory Service at St Cyprian's This at 8 o'clock the iibihl weekly intercessory will be hell in.St. Cyprian's-Church. All are milted to take in "i's benilt'fll! service, especially those who have re- latives or friends engaged in fighting the Empire's The regular Sun- day school teachers' meeting will be held at the .close of the intercessory faervice. A'full attendance is request- ed, as final' arrangements wil'i be made Sunday school "Rally Day" on Sunday next. The Rexall Stores of Canada j Contribute to THE CANADIAN PATRIOTIC FUND Eexall Stoics of of the leading Drug Stoics _ in Canada have unanimously agreed to contribute to the Canadian Patriotic lund TiTO Per Cent, of their total purchases of all Kexall Eesall Kemodies, and other merchandise manufactiued or sold by the .United Drug Co Limited, Toi onto, foi the months from October 'loth to December This action of the Drug Stores of Canada has been undertaken co-operaUvelj, because as a cooperative organization, tUev realize how much owe can be done unitedly tiian individually and" it has been talten for two fulfil a humana duty m raising, a fund for Relief Work of the Canadian, Patriotic Organization and a patriotic duty in an endeavor to keep a large staff of Canadian enrplojees busj Figuring on the basB of last jears business this should adel several thousand dollars to this hu- mane fund. The fund that Tiould be raiseil on the basio ot last year's business can be tremendously increased if every man and in Canada will help a little by the simple process purchasing Reiall Goods at the Rcsall Stores No need to space- in tin1? Announcement to emphasize ths lugn quantv of Recall Toilet aid Medicinal goods Sutticicnt to say that 7000 of the leading Drug Stores in Canada Great Britain and the United States place their personal and collective reputations behind that the pub lie in these countries endorse tnem to the extent of several million dollars -worth of purchases a year. Better goods are not made, and >ou take no risk m buying, for StGra ill return you money if any Rexall Product is not entirely satisfactory and, do it, too, without tho slightest objection The 400 Rexall Stores of Canada make an appeal to soar sjmpatliy and support in their doubly worthy cause for increasing the funds of the Canadian Patriotic Organization and for the sap- port of Canadian Secausc m MOREOVER, Rexall Goods will not cost sou accent more than they in the past notwithstand IVl ing the fact that the cost ot the ingredients entering into Rexall preparations is higher than be IVl tore the war The extra cost is being borne by the Company, and the Rexall Stores who have in addition, placed upon themselves voluntarily an extra frvp per cent, to be devoted to the humane work of the Canadian Patriotic Organization Why decide NOW that jou will help, during the months ot October, November, v and December, at least, bj favoring Rexall Stores and Re-sail Goods' There are a hundred differ- ent Rexali products that you can buy and that will equal or better satisfaction products of foreign Paste Talcum Powder, Cold Creams, Toilet Creates, Soaps, Shaving Creams, Perfumes, Toilet Waters, Household Remedies, etc There's a full list of Rexall Products waiting you at the Rexall Store in your town Ask for pass .the word along to your friends It is the collective purchases of all that will make this Rexall Store Tumi for Canadian 'patriotic work a big one The fundViil'bo collected from each Rexall Store In Canada by the United Drug Co, Limited, To ronto, and will oe paid b} them direct to the of i ficers 6f the Canadian patriotic Organization, and the amount so collected will be published in Oils paper when paid over REXALL GOODS'ARE MADE IN CANADA AND YOU CAN PROCURE THEM IN YOUR TOWN ONLY fROM J. D. HIGINBOTHAM CO., LTD. The Rexall Store Or by Mail from Any Roxall Store In Canada United Drug Company, Limited Macaroni-Wins Favor Lethbridgc-riiade macaroni is being recognized as a production too good to keep in the West alone Montreal tested a sample of it and as a result the local factory an order for a carload, intimatiou that it was, likely a of a ear- load could be expected' from now on. It onlj needed a trial order to con Mnce the eastern market that Leth bridge mucaioni ivas as good if not better than any on the inaYKct Gets a Share P Burns i Co to the Canadian Patriotic Fund This contribution will be di ided among the, brunches as follows Calgary, Edmonton, SloOO Wet askiwin, S100 Red Deer, 5100, Leth bridge, "Wacleod, SlOO Blair n'ore district, J200 Banff BanWiead Golden, Fleid, 5oO Revelstoke district, 5250 Kara- loops district, Okanagaa district, 500: Cranhroqk district, Rossland Grand Forks Greenwood, Phoenix, ?100 Trail, ?100 Van comer New Westminster Victoria district, 51000 ,-Pnnce Huiiert, 5150. Starting Tree Distribution The departmeit of Agriculture of the Unitei! States is preparing to inaugu rate a svstem of distribution of trees in the Tiestern. states similar to that being carried on --the Fo-estrj branch of the department of the In tenor in Canada Mr W A Peterson, superintendent of the newlv establish eu field' station at Mandan N D D SA has recently the forest nursery station at Indian Head, Sask in order to get in-forination as to the rapthod of nanrhng in Can ada, as it haa now definitely da cided tiut the tmited States should propagite and distribute trees from the Maudan station under a system similar to'that operating in Canada It is interesting to know that in this respect Canada has led the way Y M C. A 'ctivs Tho department of the "V M C have planned a good programme of meetings for the A High school club is being organized tonight, ui.der the leadershin of the general secretar) Mr Carson All High school hovs and bo} b are in uted to be present Life toiiies of the High school hoy will be discussed at these meetings The triangle clubs for this winter are algo being organized tonight, under, the leadership of W Frame, 6 McKillop, P fionnell and D McQueen Boys between the ages of 12 and 16 will stydv lift, ut Christ to prepare examination set by the general of the YMCA for Canada These meetings are open to all bovsfiu the titj, and It is hoped that a Eoodlurn out tonight will gieet the ns, the} will prove to Ih both classes Tlll'To Jsoon C S Nofilc, the ivjall-Knonn farmer and experimenter, ot'Noblsford, is in the city j-today on bnsinesfa Mr Noble s Mvifee to farmers at this time is co'itrary to most'ot the opinions ex pressed In farm journals He says that after a'atorm llkctthe laat one, it is dangerous to tho thrift of the soil to get oat with'a or cultivator too soon. While Mi Noble loses no time in getting onto the land iMth euch instruments after'a light fall of rain, he maintains that it too earl) cul tlvatlon after a heavy soaking snow will tend to destroy tho noil's capil- lary capacity bv'taitingi The land is thoroughly saturated At the prescnf time, and cultivation, is not advisable until the moisture hai, penetrated to a point the surface layer, or neeii bed. i f lie Hirket IK UNITY Jfoith L Every Wednesday and Saturday Good AssoiLniPiit of Meats, Pi'iutsi, Vegetables, Butter, Eggs, etc. B-12 -i.m. Saturday All Day. New Steamer to Sail .The new G." P. It. steamer Missana- blo, according to S B Mitchell, es St J9hn on her Ohnstmas trip op Dec la, for Will You Spend' TWO CENTS To Save One" or in helping fiat valued employe relatAe 01 friend to find out about the modern WAY of rescuing those are almost "bejond all eartlily lie'p' and preventing a high class business professional or laihor ing man from becoming a confirmed DRUNKARD OR. DRUG "FIEND" Fill in, detach and MAIL TQDAA Pleise send literature sealed to For full information call or address the NBAL -ISth-Ave. West, Calgary, Phone W 4525 t" V Neal m Principal Cities Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills are according to a formula' in use nearly a century ago among the Indians, and learned from them by Dr Morse. Though repeated at- tempLs have been made, by physi- cians and chcmistsi it has been found impossible to improve the formula or the pills Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills areahouseholdicmcdy through- out the world for Coimtipitton and Kidney and Liver trou'ilcs. They promptly and effectively, and Cleanse tlio System JUST ARRIVED v i A large assort- ment of Ganongs Chocolates. Jackson Co. Drug Store Ltthbridge, Albertn. ,'V'" ;