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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WHEN IN LETHBR.ID06 The Dallas Hotel All the goodness of the finest wheat grown to bring out the-real nourishment in the wheat and to get best results in bread making has been accomplished in PRIDE-OF ALBERTA AND MOTHER'S FAYORITE Tiip.se brands are not ordinary Flour. They make bread taste good. Try'them. HADE BY Taylor Milling and Elevator Co., Limited Business College NIGHT AND 'DAY CLASSES Arithmetic. Shorthand, Type- writing, JJookkeeping, Penmanship, English. Night School Hours: Monday and Thursday Evenings From 7 to 9.30. _..... ENTER NOW ALBERTA BLK. THURSDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, ifan., Oct. and closing prices on the grain ex- changes today were: .tRY. THE HOME CAFE .Oar Heine 'Made. Bread Lunch snd Dinner...'...25c up AHkindsof -Sea Food a specialty Private Booths for lladies. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Cigarettes, Tobaccos and Cigars The Home Cafe 308 Fifth Street South, Next to Gray's Hardware October .November I December May Oats- October November Very Low Fares in connection Flax- October November- December Open 111" 112 119% 53% 51% 55 Vi Close HIS 112S 11SH B. C. Mclntosh Red Apples. Ontario Couconl Grapes and Washington Freestone All Values. B. C. Mclutosh Red Apples, exceptional goort value, -finest extra good lor cooking. All N stock. Extra heavy cases, Per case CONCORD last car of the season just iii. All fresh Price, 3 for Or 5 pounds for..............................25c FREESTONE the last lot of the season. Special while they Per case '-----...........................95c Office: Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phoae 525 WEATHER Lethbridge. clear 64 37 Edmonton, fair...... 66 clear...... Tii 3S Medicine Hut, fair V4 -IS Macleod, clear...... 42 Red Deer, clear.... 07 32 Vegreville, clear......6S -H Uoydmiuster, clear 70 42 Coronation, clear.... 70 :iy Brooks, cic-ar....... 45 liatllefonl. clear..... 74 3li Prince Albert, dear... GO 111 Saskatoon, fair...... !iS JJ4 Kiadersley, clear..... G.r> SS Karasack, clear...... 67 30 Yorktcu, clear...... 6S 3o Swift Current, clear ..70 36 Moose Jaw, clear.. M 33 Indian Head, clear G7 30 Qu'Apnelle, clear.. 70 34 Broadview, clear..... G4 3.) Swan River, clear.. ..49 13 Dauphiu, clear------_ 65 ..-I- Russell, ..65 ,31 Minnedosa, clear SS Virdeu, clear........ 33 Brandon, fair....... 66 35 Portage, clear...... 65 30 Winnipeg, GO 40 Pierson, clear....... 70 30 Boissevain, clear.... 67 oS Morden, '63 45 Arthur, fair.. ..52 2S Peuticton.. .61 4- Grand Forks....... I'l Kamloons, clear......6G o2 Nelson............ Reifna, clear J4 The weather throughout the jirame provinces has been iina and compara- tively mild. Forecast Western and com- paratively warm today and on Friday. Daily Nov. 7th to Dec. 31st inclusive l5mft tire mouths, stop over and ex Full re rail anil-Steam- ship Tickets from. ALL TICKET AGENTS Or write R. DAWSON, District Passenger Agent, Calgary. Montana Man May Enlist B. E. Renter, a resident 'of Cascade, Hani., is In. the .city, stopping at the Dallas. Mr. Kester fought in Mexico durinsr the recent rebellion, and is seriously considering enlisting4-with the second Canadian contingent for the front. 11." II-1, 114 121 Closing Cash Prices Np. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern No 4 No. S No. e Feed Oats- No. 2 C. W No. 3 C. -W Ex. No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed No. 4 Rejected No 1 y W. C. No. 2 C. W. Minneapolis Wheat 109H May.. _____ 118 115% Chicago Wheat .December-........ 112% May.-............ 118% 112 108 103 96% SS 53 y. 48% Quality is more important than price when it comes to buy- ing Rubber From exter- nal appearances there may seem Jo be but littii- difference be- tween the lushest and tho est grades. But if you happen to set hold tin' unworthy kind tho defects will soon become ap- parent. The Rubber Goods which carry are strictly lush grade and our prices arc reasonable. See us for: HOT WATER BOTTLES FOUNTAIN SYRINGES SICK ROOM GOODS AND NURSERY SUPPLIES It' yon 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 Drag Book Co.5 Limited 6SS Third Ottawa, Out., Oct. I an eat'iy appeal to the jioople by the j government still iierslst, but so far as loan be learned tonight no definite tle- eision lias been arrivoil at by Sir Rob- ert Uorden and 'his cabinet. It is as- sorted thnt there v.'ill be no announco- mcnt made until af'cr the impending changes in the Quebec v.-injr oE the j Cabinet have been brought about, and [that is not likely to be boforo Friday. Members of parliament, more particu- larly from'Ontario, continue to arrive in the capital. The majority appear to think that there will be an election, but some are of a contrary opinion. Should the government decide on an appea'i to the country, the voting ,it is said, is likely to take place during the second week in December. Washington, Oct. resigna- tion of General Carranza as first chief of tlie Constitutic-nalists in charge ot the executive powers in Mexico City Cl ean anc ure The inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery, under the careful vigilance of most eprapetent millers. rpl i T i hat s I I I M J M I H 1 J 11 II 11 I H li I I tl I I! L111 GERMANS CUTTING' PRICES FOR CANADIAN TRADE. I The councilor the Montreal of Trade has received from two prom1; inent shipping and forwarding firms j in London; letters calling attention to] the fact'that German shipping and for-] warding houses arc prosecuting a very energetic campaign in Canada and j nher British Dominions with a view :o securing 'business between Great} Britain and "the oversea dominions, j The representations mr-de show that: German Houses, "whfl have their >filces In Berlin and branch offices at arc, the convention who is Carranza V a; jl pain tec as governor of the state i .t was nominated for pr CITY AXD DISTRICT Missanabie Docks Tie Missanabie docked at Quebec today, and Lethbridge passengers should reach here by the 20lli. Cavalry Drill Cavalry squad wm imiTOc for d" tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock sharp this LOCAL WHEAT: Ko. 1'Nor. No; 2 Nor. No: 3 Nor. No. 4 Nor. 94 SI 79 MARKETS No. 1 Red. No. 2 Red. No. 3 Red. No. 4 Red. 2 C. W.. 3S. LHE STOCK 6c.; cows, So. hei'ers 5'c 5c.; wethers, 5i to 6c 7c 10c.; springs, 7 to Sc. S13.00 timothy sod-alfalfa, ?12.00 alfalfa offered 59.50' to blue-joint, (none of- fered) DAUGHTERS AND SONS OF ENGLAND Trafalgar Day Bazaar S. O. E. HALL Wednesday 9 Oct 21 Under the patronage of Mayor Hardie, W. A. Buchanan, M.P and J. S Stewart, M P "FANCY WORK, DOLLS AND APRON STALL FLOWERS, HOME MADE CANDY PASTRY RUMMAGE SALE, BRAN TUBS, FORTUNE TELLERS Take your Afternoon Tea at the B.azaar Proceeds for the Local Relief Fund kindly consented to open the Bazaar at Mayor iiarme Three arc retii Gated to be present may be the last arill tnis fall, Welcomi Contribution Chief Skelton this morning received a coninbution of SS 00 irom Rei David Ross, on behalt of the First Bap- tist olmren for local relief. Muck of ills work is being done n> the police department, and any other contribu- tions will be thankfully, received. Completion of Subway The Thirteenth street will Practically all of the iron work is finished, and 'board- walks bave been Said 'or pedestrian trmic Tie Etrest cars will be running through by the dite m-ntioned Oppose Charter Amendments J H Fieetwood, secretarj treasurer of the School Board has gnne to Ed monion to oppose the granting of an amendment to tie nhicn provides that the city moj charge the School Board o per cent for tfie and collecting of Air. Fleetwood will .also champion the School Boards proposed amendments to the charter. Trafalgar Day Bazaar Preparations aie well under wav tor Trafalgar Dav bazaar which is lo be held In the S O B hall on Wed nesday neit The proceed'! are to be to the local relief fund and the bazaar is hpla under tue patronage ot Alai or Hardie W A Buchanan M P.andDr J S Stewart, "MLA Mayor Hardie has kinffiy consented to open tlie afuir at J pm and there is no doubt there -will be a big crowd in at endance during the afternoon and evening The Daughters "f Englina invite all to usit the and sist them in this big effort and request that all Jiavc promised guts in kind ior the rummage sale and others goods to oflor will phone the president C H 1643, so thit thev may lie called for Tea and other refreshments will oe pro- curable a.l the time and juJfcing hi the kind ofiers of assistance already made the affair will be a great sue "ess Remember Jhe day, Tiafalgar Da> October 24 R Rexall Goods are Made in Canada aad ire wot Costing You a Cent Mpre than Be- fore the War. And what is more, a portion ot every Resall Tpurcnase goes-io uwpll tip TnnadiaTi Ftind being raided by The Rex Ml Stores of Canada, 400 of the Be t Drufe otores in Canadi Full list of Rexall Toilet Goods, Rexall Remedies, and other Resali merchandise free at any store. Get one and you'll realize how easy you can help and how much yon can help 're- lieve the suffering caused by the war and at the saius time helu: Canadian Industry as well, by purchasing Rexall Goods at our store or any other Recall Store in Canada. t was presented to the convention afc i Aguas CalientPs this afternoon unices in jjeinn uuu. mam-n umv. i cording to advicei received in ports in Ciroat Britain ui..-, ington, and was accepted. General! through their agents in Canada, cir- Antonio'I. Villereal, the president business houses, in Canada, ......i." ip_ offering to attend to the shipments of which they make from Great Britain Aucvo ijeon, was nominaten ior pro- at a charge for shipping and looking visional president and advices recciv-'after the consignments.very much be- ei in Washington tonight indicated flow what is reasonable and fair figure that General" Villereal will probably j for such services. These iGerman be the convention's choice.for provi- sipnal president. lie is "one oi tlie Villa candidates and is under- stood to he satisfactory to the Car- ranza generals, and was" recently sent mission bv Carranza to negoti ate with Zapata who as having taken a is represented houses are offering to make contract., for a year or more- with Canadian houses on these low The council while- Canadians generally arc -patriotic on oilgll to refrain-from giving their cus toni to that the rates. believing that to 1 circumstance that the paities solicit IN UNITY HALL Jfortli Lctjibridgo Every Wednesday and Saturday Good Assortment of .Meats, FrnitK, Vegetables, "Butter, Eggvs, etc. 8T12 a.m. Saturday All Day. Ing this business represent German houses js not always made known and hence it is desirable tUat enquiry should be made by all Canadian, linns to the nationality preseatotl by. ...parties "of firms re- iciting .their t shipping and forwarding business fr Bank Clearings Bank clearings totalled as against for the correa ponJing week last year. infantry Drill Tomorrow Mr. Hodgson' announces that infan- try drill wi'ii be-resumed tomorrow (Friday) night at: the barracks par- ade ground. Form in Line There, are two purses containing hard cash, reposing peacefully at the police station await- ing the claims of: the o'wners. There are also a bicycle-and a stickpin with- out owners. s LOCA.LS Drs -nOoJ for starting fires and heavy block wood for iour fireplace at V 00 ner load Can also fit you up Midi Htonn windows Ask us for prices Phone 13S4, Decker Gus Ncidig io holding a short notire Sale ot high class furniture n good co idition tomorrow afternoon it 2.30 at the K. P: Hall Store, 427 5th St. South. Goods must1 be .sold. Xo resen'O. H was to supply the de- mand for Surprise Boxes on Wednes- day morning, so have decided to place on sale tomorrow morning, 300 soics more, containing merchandise value from 25o! to and wo have placed a Bill in oho: of I tin be here earli tomorro v a'ld got a 1iox tor 25c. MacLeod Bros WILLIS In 10 Different Styles Best and Latest Terms to Suit Pur- chasers Also Sole Represent- ative KN ABE PIANOS H.C.C. Salmon 414 13th St. South. With the near approach of Christmas and Goods arriving daily we find it necessary through lack of store room to clean-up many lines for the display of these New Goods. This must be done within the next 10 days. The following list will convince you of the ridiculously low prices, however every art- icle in the Store is offered at a big reduction POST CARDS Special 13 for HAIR CURLERS Per dozen SAFETY PINS 3 cards for COMBS Special PEROXIDE OF HY- DROGEN, reg. 51.00 10s iJDc- 40c FOUNTAIN PENS LINEN NOTE.PA- PER, Reg 50c FACE CHAMOIS. Regular to 25o CANVAS GLOVES Per iialr SANITARY DUST regular 50c. CRATERS Special 75c 25c 10c IQc FOOT SCRAPERS Special NICKLE TRAYS .Regular 25c JELLY MOULDS Values to 60c TEA POTS Special SHAVING MUGS Regular to 50c Tmt size, jog 40C 2% 75c for.. 3% Pint rog 95c foi 15c 25o aoc 25c rs 50c CORNE Corner 3fd Ave. and 6lh St. ;