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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUB TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor tut 1135 ii Day Hotel In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN The ll the Best Mert lent My ITS GOOD when made with PRIDE OF ALBERTA MOTHER'S FAVORITE FLOUR......... Order from your Grocer or from Taylor Milling and Elevator Co., Limited GARBUTf Business College AND DAY CLASSES AzItSmetlo, Shorthand, Type- (Bittng, Bookkeeping, Penmanship, English. Nigkt School Houra: Montej- ud Thursdar Evenings From 7 to 9.30. ENTSR NOW ALBERTA BLK. Looking Over B Jones C. W. Cornell of Seattle fie registered at the Lath- orlta WKi J F. Sinclair of the 0. P-K-lffitd department, .they ara look- Ing owr CP.R. readjunade farms east of tie city. Sheap in uood Snipe 3, T. Bellinger of Welling is a visi- tor In town today. Mr. Henlnger. has just returned from a ristt to his sheep oaraps at Blalrmore. and states that (he recent storms did no damage to Us .flocks. CANADIAN MARKETS SATURDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Oct. Opening and closing prices. on. the grain exchanges Open Close o i today" were Ort Nov. ..._..., Dec. .._ Mar Oct. 1.12} 1.14 1.13-J 1.14 1.20 Dec May Flax- Oct NOT Dec. 52J 561 53} 515- 56J 1.181 1.135- 1J3J l.Ui 1.15} May "'.I'.'.'.'.'. 1.22 liaaJ ter Daj Saints cT C ASH" PRICES No. 1 Nor No. 2 Nor.'... No. 3 Sor...... VeryLowFares fn-connection wiln tosions to Old Country DaOy Nov. 7th to Dec. 31st inclusive Limit five months, stop over and ex- tension privileges. Fall Information re rail and Steam- ship Tickets from ALL TICKET AGENTS Or irrite R. DAVVSON, District Passenger Agent, Calgary. No. 5................. No. 6 Feed Oats- No. 2 'C. W............... No! 3 C. W. Ex.. No 1 Eeed No. 1 Feed Ko. 2 Feed Barley- No: 3 No. 4 Rejected Feed........... War- No. 1 N. ff. C............. No. 4 C. W Dec 1 10; LOCAL MARKETS No. 1 Nor. No. 2 Nor. Public Market 1ST UNITY BI.OCK Lethbridge Every Wednesday and Saturday Good Assortment of Meats. Fruits, Vegetables, Butter, Eggs, etc, 8-12 a.m. Saturday All Day. 3.15J 1.1H 1061 1.001 96i 9H S7-t 54 50 50 Another lot of B.C. Ndntosh Red Apples AT THE LOW PRICE OF, PER CASE 51.50 These -Vpiiles are not No. Is but ore a jumbU; jinck, unwrapped, .with assorted sizes .In'each box, but as far as flavor'goea' they are. just as good 'as No. Is and for cooking .you cannot beat them; and even for eatiiif tooy.ara all right. Get a case of these.' They are good value. It is doubtful it will be able to get any more at this price. A Few Saturday Specials FRESH Solid Pints...............i..................6.0o NO. 1 B. C. MclNTOSH RED same kinci as had.the (act week or so. Ex- ceptional goo'd ,value, per case for NO, I B-'C. are a very iino lot and should be sold for more money. While they'last, per 5 pounds" for ..............................25c of the Special per case ........4...............96c Special per basket......................30c and Niagaras, lust of the sea- son. Special while they last, 3 Tokays, per pound .....15c Price per basket...................... .75c SWEET pounds 3 for....................25c RIPE pounds for ...........25c THE GOOD CO. HIGH-GLASS GROCERIES "hone 5Z5 WEATHER Max. 74 56 Win. 39 .iS 59 44 35 36 G4 41 Lethb ridge, fair Edmonton, cloud; Calgary, cloudy Medicine Hat, clear TS Macleod. clear.....7S Winnipeg, clear "H Regina, clear 74 Nelson........ 5D The weather throughout the west has heen and exceptional warm. Light frosts reported at night from only two or three points. Forecast "Manitoba and and warm today and ou Sunday local showers, but mostly fair and warm today and Sun- day. CITY AND DISTRICT Meet in New Church The Church of Jesus Christ of. Lat- hold 'their ser ,'ices in the future in the new church at the corner of 7th Ave. and I2tt St. South. Visitors in City T. D. Starkdale of'Passburg, P. B. Coulson of- Claresholm, Albert Greea of Taber, W. it. Misensol of Waruer, and B. V. Nixon of Coutts are 'Visitors in the city today. Personal Mention O T Lathrop relumed to the city j yesterday, after a MSH to Spokane aLd Wallace, Idaho W. A. Taylor and A. E. Philip of iliik Ruer are visitors in the e'ty to day. Mr Philip was formerly a mw partner with Hon. Clifford Siiton. (A Barber-ic If you don't like to wait for your turn in a barber shop, and have decided to become a self- shaver, in our line mm SUPPLIES No matter what you need ORDINARY RAZORS SAFETY RAZORS RAZOR STROPS SHAVING SOAPS AND POWDERS MUGS, LATHER BRUSHES BAY RUM TOILET WATER, ETC. fr Come in and tmake your selec- tion here. The Red Gross Drug Book Co., Limited ill CITY AND DISTRICT No. 3 Nor. No. 4.Nor. NoJ 2 C. W. 95 Red 92 .No. 2 Bed SO. So. S- Red No. 4 Red J.ll-J 80 LIVE STOCK 6c.; cows, 5c. heiiers, 5'.c MUTTON-Ewes, 5c wethers, 5i Kind Words for. E. N. The Macleod Spectator referring to the removal of :B. N. Higinbotham as postmaster hera, savs "llr Higin bqtham was a verj capable ofiicial, and certainly gave the pufiic good service He was both courteous and j obliging, and Iiis removal from office comes as a: surprise to the Spectator. Rally Day at St. Cyprian's Tomorrow, throughout ihs whole of the Anglican Church in Canada as "Children's will be marjsed bv special services at St Cyprian s Church at 11 a m and 7 SO p m., when Rei Canon McVillen will address the congregation on "Our Duties and Responsibilities '.to Our Children" Th" Sundav school will to Gc., veal, 7c j h aimna] Day" to- 10c.; springs, morrmV( whell ail scholars and 15c.; hogs, 7 to 8c. new scnc-iars TiiU be made welcome timothy special invitation is extended to aod alfalfa oSeied men and women to come to the Adult 50 to 510 blue-joint, (none oi- Biole class at 3 p m There is a class Local, B C, per cwt. Cabbage, per pound 1.40 -1% BUSINESS LOCALS Drr lor starting fires and heavy blocfe wood for your fireplace at 00 per load. Can also fit you up with storm .windows. 'Ask us for prices Phone Becker Yatcs. DAUGHTERS AND SONS Trafalgar Day Bazaar Wednesday, Oct. 21 Under the pitronige of Mayor Hardie, W. A Buchanan, M P and J. S. Stewart, M.P.P. S. O. E. HALL FANCY WORK, DOLLS AND APRON STALL M.OWERS..HOME MADE CANDY i PASTRY .RUMMAGE SALE, BRAN TUBS, FORTUNE TELLERS your Afternoon Tea Buair for the Local Relief Fund Idldljr eonnnted to open the Bazaar at 'offered their services t1 r flMij wifl A AM for every age at St "fH6 to fifty" Homesteader in Trouble Calgarv Albertan John Scott, who is a homesteader m the "Letlwiidge .district, struck tovra Thursday and hnmediatelj set to to demon strate the super'onty of irrigation over the dry farming system The first-result was that he did not care verv much about anything, and the second was that he lost his to tailing and his homestead papers. He -nas washing his face in the flavatory at the C P R station when four men who Gad marked him, the roll aforesaid and the owner's con- dition, "lifted1 nionej and papers from Scott's coat pocket and made off. John Walsh, ,iyho was a witness the proceedings communicated -vuth tl.e police and, shortly afterward Con- stable White arrested Michael Mai- lalv, charged with the robbery The pnsoner did not have the missing money on him A little later Detect ive illillen rounded up John Clark and Ddward Johnson, alleged to have been members ol the gang They did nqt have tbe S55 either, which is believed to 1-aie been "passed the fourth man who is now being looked for. Saturday Special Here's a "Get Acquainted" op- portunity, anil get the Habit." Resall Pearl Tooth Powder and 'Rexall.' Criterion or Pearl Brush, each a good value at their Tonight onh the two for the one price C3C item SCo. ltd. The Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 IN HEART OF CITT HOTEL SAVOY SEATTLE In the centre cf and stores on both iidcB.' Boildlci; and Hlili (1.7 CATTLE, SHEEP, HORSES We have buyers for cattle (Feeders and Stockere) We haie orders for Sheep in bands of 250 to 2500 Let us know what you have to sell. Write, Wire or Telephone, Hatch Lewis A A D1J COMMISSION BROKERS. JJ- Acadia Bldg, or Lethbridge Stock r UthbrMfcr AlbtrU, An important Meeting On Monday afternoon there will be held-at the Y.M.C.A. a meeting of min- leading laymen of the cltj to discuss the promotion of -prayer, 'relative to the present crisis. Like This District r. and Mrs. Boulton and Ernest S. Meindle, tbe former and latter, of the Dominion Government Irrigation branch, are .in the, city today, regis- tered at the Dallas. Mr. Boulton has bssa ia charge of the surveying of the in the Chin coulee, and of the the lakes scattered between here and Taber, for .the purpose of correcting1 irnaps. They expressed themoelves as very favorably impressed with the dis- trict, and think it would make an ad- inlrsble 'irrigation area. The survey is now completed, and the instruments have been stored until next spring, when other surveys will be made. The members 6C the party, which includes Johii White and H. Larhin are on -their way east To Join Dr. Alien Dr W P Craig MA, DBS, late of Chicago; 'lias arrived in the city and will Dr. Allen "Macdonald Block Dr Craig is a graduate of North .western. University Schopl, Ch'icagp, 1903, where he acted as de- !monstrator for a year after gradua ition.wheji 'he-, entered general prac- 1 tice.'.' He comes to Lethbridge very highly reconimended. Dr. Allen is to 1 be upon securing such a capable partner. The inner part of the Ti'heat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. .Orchestra Will Be On Hand TheMmperial 6-piece orchestra, un- der the leadership of J B Gaskell, have very kindly volunteered thejr services ;and will entertain the pat- rons of tner Trafalgar Day Bazaar at the S. O. E. nail, during 'the ,after- iioon. -Thercoromittee can already see a iblg success, as they have received many offers of assistance from citi- zens outside of-the Sona of England and and '-Maids of Eng- land. Special-Services at .the Citadel This evening and tomorrow (Sun- day) special services will be held at the Salvation Army Citadel conduct- ed Iby .Major and Mrs of To- ronto "Major "Moore is the head of the'Subscribers Department of the Sahation Army for the Dominion of Canada Many of the fine citadels throughout Canada are the diretjt result his efforts in raising funds for buildings Much of this has done by the world re Y.AI C A method ot whirlwind campaigns, j and occasions Captain Tutte, the present officer in charge here, had the pleasure of v, ork- ing witli the Major. For several years the was secretary to the Ma jor. in Montreal and assures who can find.it convenient to attend the services this week end of a. real treat, as -both these officers .have had a long and varied PYpenence in the work of the Salvation Army, "both on the platform and on executive work The meetings will be at 8 p.m..this at 1 and 7.30 p.m. Sunddj. isppcial music by the Citadel Band, and', songsters. Everybody.is In- vited to "the place where they make you Off To a Good Start! Half a Thousand Cash Sales on Friday, and the Crowds Still Coming To Rylands War Time Sale Rylands Co. Special Agents for LADIES' HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS HALL 4, BORCKERT ABLE DRESS FORMS .NEMO.CORSETS DONA LDSONLIW TO RATES; -GOOD SERVICE One cabin, "only _to Glasgow, ano 60 from Glasgow; third class, clowd cabini, 75, Rates "iubjesi to change without notice SAILINS FROM MONTREAL. S.S. "LETITIA" October 31st AH information cheerfully fur nisned oy authorized agents, or H. E. LIDMAN, General Agent S49 Mam St., Winnipeg. Miss G. ft. Gooksley HAS MOVED From Coaldale Black, to 407 5th Street Is Now Open for Business For the next two weeks Kill con- duct a general sale Millinery and-Collai's and Lacts NEW FALL GOODS ARRIVING DAILY _ An unimportant ft ages case occupi ed the attention of Police Magistrate Elton this morning nas reached, the case being" adjourned EARLY FALL COLDS Be'careful as to the colds you catch earl> in the Fall Thej are jlartiqularly dangerous A cold contracted at this time of the year is otten hard to get rift of. An; uncured cold means a Winter'long cold Aioid pueu monia and consumption.. Take NYAIASLAX-A- OOLD a'nd guard against inconvenience" and probably serious illness. 25 cents the box Jackson Co. Prescription Drug Lithbridpc, THE BANK OF CANADA p; oiliw The Most Convenient Of AUSmall Investments The Standard Bank of Canada invites deposits of oo and upwards. A passbook showing the amount of thj> halai.cs will be SLTjedjou when Jnaking the first deposit. You have then a Bank Account to which you may add or from which you may withdraw at any time without unnecessary delay. Interest is on all balances twice a "year, or added to priacipa1. CSpilal and Beserre Assets over LETHBRIDGE BRANCH, 31S, ISIh SJfeel N. a G. f. JHETCHER, Manager. ______________M Imperial Bank of Canada Capital Paid Up............. Reserve Total Assets, Over............, "i Head D. n. WILKIt, Rrstldent Hon ROBERT JAFFHAY, Vfee f f SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT DenoniU of and upwards received Interest allowed from date ot deposit. v LEtHMIDOE iRANCH. .W. R. 8EATLI, ;