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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor a Hotel In Albirta HTTT? A T Fl WHEN IN LETHBRJOQE The Dallas Hotel Is' Ihp Belt and Convw lint Piut The Best Cooks Recom- mend Pride of Alberta and Mothers Favorite Flour Order from your grocer, or from Taylor Milling and Elevator Co., Limited Business College NIGHT AND DAY CLASSES Arithmetic, Shorthand, Type- writing, Spelling, Bookkeeping, Penmanship, English. Night School -Houre: Monday and Thursday Bveaings From 7 to 9.30. ENTER NOW ALBERTA BLK. TRY THE .HOME' CAFE Our 'Home Made Bread Lunch and Dinner......25c up All Mods of Sea Food a specialty Private Booths for Ladies. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT Cigarettes, Tobaccos and Cigars The Home Cafe 308 Fifth Street South. 5- Next to Gray's Hardware CANADIAN PACIFIC VeryLowFares in connection with Excursions to Did Hry Daily Nov. 7th to Dec. 31st inclusive Limit five months, stop: over and tension privileges. re rait and Steam- ship Tickets from ALL TICKET AGENTS Or-write R. DAWSQN, DliSrlct Passenger Agent, Calgary, FRIDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, Man., Oct. and closing prices on the grain ex- changes today were: Open Close October........ H2ii November 112Ts December 112S May 119% 11SS October 53' November 53 December 52 55% i October 112% 112! November.. 113] December 115 May 1211 Closing Cash Prices No.. 1 Northern 1131 No. 2 Northern. 109' No. 3 Northern 104' N" No. 94Vi AO S9V4 Feed Oats- No. 2 C. W No. 3 C.W Ex. No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed No. 3 No. 4 Rejected Feed..................... 57 Flax- No. 1 N. W. HKIJ So. 2 C. W. 1Q9H .Minneapolis Whsat Open Close December......... 110 1109s May............ Chicane Wheat December........ 112% 113% May ..........'-.yr. CHANCE' OF ELECTION IS GROWING LESS Ottawa, Oct. proposal to liold a 'general election at an early date being-considered by the government, and a definite anounce- ment may. be-made before :the end of the week. A prominent! politician stat- ed tonight, however, .that there.is less prospect of an election at present than there waB-eariier'in.the week1.. SAM HUGHES.IN ENGLAND London, Oct. Hon. Bam Hughes, minister of militia and de- fence for Canada, landed .today., from the White Star liner Cedrlc. On his arrival at Euston, he 'was driven direct to the war olfice There were numerous callers tonight at the Savoy hotel, ex- pecting to find him there, but all were disappointed. 54% 50% 4SK 47 H 68 61 5SV. Anolher lot of B.C. Ndntosh Red Apples AT THE LOW PRICE OF, PER CASE Those Apples nrc not No. Is lint arc a jumble wh, unwrapped, with assorted sines in each box, but ns far as flavor socs they arc just us sornl as Xo. Is imd for cooking you cannot bent them, and even for ratinf thej'anvai! right. Ret a case of these. They are good value. It is doubtful It wo will be able to yet any more ut this price. A Few Saturday. Specials of the Special per case .........'......1.....__95c Special per basket.......................30c and Niagaras, last of the'sea- son. Special while they last, 3 baskets..51.00 Tokays, per pound .....15c Price per basket .......................75c SWEET pounds for ..........25c Special, 3 for ....................25c RIPE pounds for ...........25c FRESH Sealed, Solid Meats- Quarts NO. 1 B. C. MclNTOSH RED same kind as have had the last week or so. Ex- ceptional good value, per case 5 pounds for ...........................25c NO. 1 B. C. are a very fine tot and should be sold for more money. While they last, per case 5 pounds Office: Phone 127! HIGH-GLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 WEATHER 44 Mas. Luthbridgi, fair 75 Edmonton, clear 64 Calsary. clear...... Medicine Hat, fair 76 Macleod, Ciear....... 77 Regina. cloudy...... 72 Winnipeg, clear..... GS Kamloops, lair....... lili rt In Manitoba has been fine and comparatively mild, and in Sas- katchewan and'Alberta fine with a lit- tle higher temperature. Forecast Western and warm today and Saturday. CITY AND DISTRICT On Inspection Trip Superintendent of the Leth- bridge division of'the C.P.R. is In- specting the lines along the Macleod subdivision today. Retlaw Farmer Daad Lars. aged 27, a native of Norway, and a rarmer near 'Retlaw, died at the (Jeneral Hospital Medi- cine Hat, this week, from typhoid fever.' Going to Study Law Mr. Fred Rose has sent in his re- signation of his position at the Land office. Mr. Rose will take up legal study for entering the Canadian bar. Grants to Officers The Alberta Federation of Labor decided to grant 5300 to Secretary B. W. Bellamy; Assistant Secre- tan Smitten and S 3 to President J 0. Jones. A sum of 550 was set apart for tie relief of the Hillhurst .victims. LOCAL MARKETS Local grain is up several points to- day, owing to the big spot demand for .cash 'wheat in Winnipeg. Oats is also up a few notches. Today's pric- es WHEAT: flfi No. 1 Red.. 94 No. 2 Nor. 93 -No. 2 Red.. 91 No. 3 Nor. 88 No. 3 Red., SG No. 4 Nor.. 81 No. 4 Red.. 81 2 C. W., LIVE STOCK 5c. heifers, 5Jc. 5c.; wethers, 5J to 6c.; veal, 7c. 10c.; springs, 15c.; "hogs, 7 HA-y-r-Timothy, .H3.00 timothy S12.00 alfalfa offered to S10 blue-joint, (none of- S1.75 per cwt; .cabbage, cents per pound; onions, .'J1.S5 per cwt.; turnips, 1% cents.per pound; beets, 1% cents per pound; cents per pound. DAUGHTERS AND SONS OF ENGLAND Trafalgar Day Bazaar S. 0. E. HALL Wednesday, Oct. 21 Under the patronage of Mayor Hardle, W. Ai Buchanan, M p and J. S. Stewart, M.P.P. WORK, DOLLS AND APRON STALL FLOWERS, HOME MADE CANDY i. PASTRY RUMMAGE SALE, BRAN TUBS, FORTUNE TELLERS your Afternoon Tea at the Bazaar Proceedf for the Local Relief Fund _'j Tiarttta conwnted to open the Bnzaar at Mayor Hurdle raww Husband Found Her Dead Ethsl Stewart, wife of A. Beaton, a WhUla farmer, died suddenly of heart failure at the homestead on Tuesday When Mr. Beaton returned home in j the evening her dead upon the floor. She leaves four children, ranging in age from nine months to eight years. John Harvey of Raymond, who is interested with his father R C Har- Ivev in large sheep holdings was in the city today en route to a cainp near Granum. 'Mr. Karyey states that the recent stonn, was not responsible for the loss of a single sheep, ..al- though it pinched them up somewhat. Personal Mention J. L. Odette of Taher; F.. J. .Mose- dale of Warner; George Snary of Believue: John Jefferson of Coults, and F..G. Smith of Milk River, are among the visitors to the. city from nearby to'wns today. L. T. Mewburn, the Calgary, whole- sale grocer, is stopping at the Leth- bridge. Trinity Church Servicas Sunday, 3.15 p.m., Sabbath school; 730 pm, evening service special thanksgiving service Mrs Coutts will sing a solo Monda1 Ladies' Md concert in -church at 7.45- pro- grammes, 25 cents -each. English class on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs dav at 800 pm Junior C E Wed at t 00 p m Choir practice on Frite; at 8 30 p m Lobk out for choir social. Keen for Irrigation. E J Larte'r and G. H. Pearson, pro- minent farmers, from the Iron Springs country, were in town yesterday, con ferring with President Marnoch of the Board of Trade in connection, with the Old Man river, diversion .project. Both men are positive that the scheme wi-il be" fulfilled, and; state that the farmers are persistent m their re for government aid in the estab li-Uiment of Irrigation canals in their district. Society, of Equity With some 20-odd shareholders pre sent, steps were taken at Calgary on Tiuibday in the final uniaveiHng of the long tangie of liquidation, in whlcK-fbe affairs of the Canadian So- of Equity Ltd, have been In voKed. The reports of II. Williams, and of Inspector :E. Woodbridge were read, revealing the fact that, all liabilities had been met, and that .sum .of 'IMTl remained in nancl [or distribution to those share ho.den who had paid up the calls pre viouslj made 01 them Quality is more important than price when it comes to buy- ing Rubber Goods. From exter- aa! appearances there inay.seem. be but little diKerenoa, be- tween .the highest and thS. low- est grades. But if you happen to get hold of the unworthy kind the defects will soon become ap- parent. j The Rubb'er Goods which we carry are strictly hish grade and our prices are reasonable. See us for: HOT WATER 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 .we buy Drugs. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited iOstend. Falls? London, Oct. 16, 2.32 Csn- tral News dispatch from Amsterdam says that fugitives who have arrived at the Dutch frontier declare that Os- tend has into the hands, of Germans. The inner part of the wheat berry ground, -bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under ,the careful vigilance of most competent millers. Livestock Guarantors A meeting of the Lethbridge live- stock 'guarantors was held in tlia Board of Trade rooms this afternoon, and many applications for livestock were considered and passed.________ Police Court One weary patron. -ilic road to no charged ;with having no visiMe means of support, wo's'sent up'to the barracks this rhorning'hy Magistrate Elton, for twenty days. Saturday Special Here's a "Get-Acquainted" op- portunity, and "You'll get the Habit. Hexall Pearl Tooth Powder and Reiall Criterion or Pear. Brush, each a: good value at their price 25C. Tomorrow only the two OR ft for the one price ltd. The ffiaga Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 J.OCALS Drv uooj tor tarunK New Separate School The new Separate school, wliich is completed with ex ception oE th inside turnishioKS, iMlI be opened about the first of Novem- ber, by of Calgary. !Big Mass Meeting of Farmers to be Held in the Iron Springs District Farmers to' the'north" aad east of the city, who are lands situated in the area" couiprised in the proposed irrigation scheme known as the Old ftlah Kiver diversion project, are so desirous of.' iur the. ting.. ...this scheme, thjjt they have called a mass meeting to be held in the Huhtsvilh schoolhouse, Iron Springs, on Wed- 28th, at 2 p.m. i Delegates ate expected from Mon- arch, Diamond City, Turin, Barons, Twelve Mile Coulee' and Picture Butte. Speakers from Lethbridge will attend the meeting and address the farmers on irrigation subjects. Prof Fairfield, 01 the Dominion Experi- i mental farm, will speak on irrigation, practise, -Mr. S. S. Dunham, chair-, man oi the Rural Relations commit-; [tee ot the.Board of Trade, tion> and-Mayor L Hardis, and-presiriciit of the: Board of Trade, on costs or .irriga- tion systems. Following t-lie addresses a proposi- tion laid; before the farmers, i which on will be submitted to Ottawa. The proposal asks Dhat 'the government construct.the neees- sarv. canals'; -the farmers.to; repay the cost of coiistruction and maintenance in payments spread a period of 40 years, on a mortgage bond prin- ciple. The farmers in the .districts men- tioned are very anxious that this matter1 be taken up by the govern- ment as soon as possible. The pro- ject is an' immense one, and will mean oE, thousands- of acres to their limit ol producing ca- pacit} The rarrrers are so desirous that the woik be proceeded with that thov are in most cases ready to do themselves. It is hoped that a large number will attend the meeting on the 28th, so that definite plans may be fofmii- lated. Puiilic Market IN UNITY HALL lsTorth Lethbridge Every Wednesday and Saimfiiay Good .Assortment of Meats, Fruits, Vegetables, Butter, Eggs, etc. 8-12 im Saturday All Day. CITY AND DISTRICT Office Hours Changed The office hours at the C.P.R. gen- eral and freight offices have changed from 8 to IT, to 8.30 to Service at Commerce Service at Commerce on Sundayat 11.00 a.m. WH1 all Commerce people please note day and time.1 Mr. Marsh will preach. War Pictures at the Bijou In addition to the fine production of 'The Only the Bijou is tonight showing, as an extra attraction. 1000 feet 'of special warpictures. Rev E K Sayles has resigned the pasiorate of Oshawa Haptist church Prod W Stohart, head of StoJarls, Ltd ol WInniocg, it is understood has been appDmtcd by the government its representative in Canada for the purchase of supplies Well Plan Your Dinner With You By Telephone We're doing tins -every day with, partioula.r who insist .on having the choicest.- TVe please them and can please you. If it's on the market We Have It Phone 492 Alberta Meat Market I E. COULTKY, Prop. The Highest in Quality but Not In Price. China Cabinet Specials for this Week OUR SPECIALS FOR EACH WEEK MOVE THE GOODS ONE ONLY Quarter.Sawed China Cabinet.. Golden finish, bent glass doors and sides, Colonial style Regular price Special ONE' ONLY Early-English china Cabinet; one plate glass mirror at back double doors Shearton design Regular price 00 Special Satin Wainut China Cabinet, one door, Shearton design. Regular price Special Price......... 6J97 I We carry the Largest Assortment of Furni- ture in the South and our store is full of Bargains. Inspect and Prices before buying f you will buy here BAWDEN BROS: UETHBRIDCE'S GREATEST HOME FURNISHERS 709 Third Avenue South ;