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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor a Diy Hotel In Alb.rU LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD The Best Bread is made with Pride of Alberta( Mother's Favorite Taylor Milling and Elevator Co., Limited LETHBRlDGE-rALEERTA. B.C. Reds, Spitzenbergs, Jonathans, etc. For present use the above lines are the best can get a. hold of. The .Molntosh Beds are an o.ceptionallv lot o( Apples, very juicy, lino ilavor. We Imvo sold enormous qmintHies-of this one line this past week and everyone that received n si-cal" very Uishlv sJ-Owpi. .Come and set a box and Office: Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 WEATHER Max. 56 Min. 36 30 3S 4-1 3S 26 52 Lethbridge, clear JEllmonton, lair Calsary. cloudy---- Medicine Hat, fair Macleod, cloudy... Red Deer, clear... Winnipeg, rain Xelsou..........' s- 4o The weather throughout the west has been fair and mild: some local showers have occurred in Manitoba. Forecast Fair and warm today and on Tues- day. MARKETS MONDAY'S, GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Oct. and closing prices tic grain exchanges Open Close 59.50 to blue-joint, (no_ue of- JLocal, per 13. C., per cwt................ 1.40 Cabbage, per -1U CALGARY MARKET Subject to market changes, without notice, P. Burns Co. quote the fol- lowing prices delivered and weighed off the cars Calgary for this 'week's shipments: quality, 150-330, 6.75; rough" and heavies, graded; light, thin piggy sows not wanted. esport steers. 1400 and up to" choice "fat butcher steers, 1000 and np, 6li to good fat butcher steers, 900 and up, G to choice tat cows and heifers, 1000 and up, to 5S; good fat butcher cows 900 and up, 5 to good fat stags, 4% to 5; good fat bulls, to 5. spring calves, 200- SOO, 8; ditto, 300-400, 7; ditto, 400-500, killing sheepk -weth- ers, 5.75; ditto, ewes, 5.25. fat milk lambs, 6.25. Feetf So. 2 0. W. NC-. 3 C. W. Bxv.No. 1 Feed_.. .No. 1 Feed Kb. 2 Feed Barley- No 4 Rejected Feed Jr. WARNER'S NEW SCHOOL Warner, Oct. 17. "valuer's new school the first to be erected in the j province under the Consolidated cot Schools Act, is beginning to have a completed appearance. The windo-ws CITY AND DISTRICT With French Army 1 Piard, formerly on the office staff of the West Canadian Collieries at Blairmore, is now fighting with the French army. Boarding House Burned The Cement Lodge, a temperance boardinsr house, near the plant of the Rocky Mountain Cement Co., at Blair- more[ was destroyed by fire, To Dissolve .MuniciDality A meeting of the rate'payers of Bur- lington .Municipality 'No. 34, will be Ue'id at Foremost tomorrow, to con- sider the advisability 'of petitioiilus the Minister of Municipalities to dis- solve the municipality. Remembers Cranbrook Cranbrook Herald: Lord Cpbham of England, who is largely interested-in this' part of the country, las been so kind as to send to Mr. V. Hyde Baker of this city 5100.00 to be used for the Cranbrook relief fund. Employees Made Presentation In the report of the presentation oE a sKver rose bowl to Mr. and Mrs: Peter" McFarlane on the occasion 01 their marriage last Friday, it have been SiStttU tuBl ilitf InesmUituim was on behalf of the employees of the Ellison Milling not "the company Itself. LJY NYAL'S Made-ln-Canatia by Canadians Proprietary Medicines and Toilet Goods The Xyal line is now so well and faverauiy known that it re- .Quires no eulosies, sufficient to say that'it is: the most popular line of Its kind sold in Canada today, and it is sold under an absolute guarantee that if not satisfactory the purchase price will be refunded. See our Window Display of: NYAL'S COD LIVER COMPOUND NYAL'S COUGH SYRUPS NYAL'S SDR" THROAT CURE Wo' stock nearly all of. tie Nyal Preparations. The Red Cross Drug Book Limited Phar CITY AND DISTRICT An Old-Time Raijroader John Knudsou, for 20'years a well- luiowu, railroad man in Medicine Hat, died at Coronation n few days ago. Buys Local Business Frank Miles has purchased from J'l Pulley his shoe repairing business on Fourth avenue. German Prisoners Twodermans, accused of endeavor- ing to leave the country, were brought to the concentration camps iiere on Friday, from Drumheller. Mounted police Chano-ss. Constable Batemaii of Claresholm has been transferred to tho Curmau- gay, detachment of the R.N.W.M.P.; Constable Howe of Carniangay has beeu transferred to Claresholm. Cardston Farming Pays The Cardstou Globe tells of the sea- son's experience or .Mr. J. F. Haycock a farmer near that town, which is commended to those '.who regard the whole of southern Alberta as resem- bling a desert at present. Out of 500 acres of 'wheat .he secured a cash in- come oC per acre, after deduct- ing all expenses. It is not surprising, in -view of this result, to learn that Jlr. -Haycock is increasing his acre- age considerably for 1915. LETMBRIDSE The Dallas Hotel The inner part of the wheat hcrry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most Competent millers. North Lethbridge Ratepayers' North Lethbridge voters, though there is no election for the. coinmia- Eionerships in sight this fall, will start the'ball rolling lor their regular winter series of meetings, when they C. W -MINNEAPOLIS have been put in and the roof finish- meet tomorrow evening in Kennedy's ed, so tiat.lrom the outside it pie- hail. This will be the annnal meet- seats a fine appearance. The plaster- ing of the association, and officers ers are j busy oA'the interior, and as will be elected." Municipal and school soon as they are the work board matters will be discussed, and of completing the buildhia will be a meeting for the following week, to rushed Even li the school is com- 1 be attended oy the commissioners, and plrtcd before Christmas, it. is school hoard members, will likely be ful if the school board will put the j arranged. building into use till after tie Christ-] Alberta mas holidays. We underslandjhat an en Your Aches St. Andrew's' Church Announcements On. Tuesday evening the Senior En- deavor takes up the question "A Sal- oonless Nation AVhy Not, and On Wednesday afternoon the monthly J meeting of the Ladies' Aid" wi'il be held In the classroom, commencing at Onward Bible class meets on Wednesday at p.m., and the Jun- ior Endeavor on Friday night at 7.30. j Dr. Dundonald will address the latter. On "Sunday "evening next 'the choir of tho church 'will render the cantata "A JoyJul by Caleb Simper, hy goorLorchestra. weU as yoiir coni- 'ort suffers; .you fail to "enjpr even the tilings that. -are- other- Vise especially to your liking; in'slior't, "everytbing Isn't that Headache indicates a "'pressure within the skull. Remove this pressure the ache vanishe's. .Thai's the work of 1.16} LOCAL MARKETS Np. 1 Nor.'.. No. 3 Nor.'" 95- No. .1-Red 93 90 No 8 87 No.'3 Ked 85 No! 4 Nor. 80 Ko-J: Red'.. 80 No. 8 C. 42 LIVE STOCK 6c.; cows, So. 5C.; wethersi 5J "to 6c.; veal, 7c. lOp.; springs, hogs, 7 to 8c. I HA.Y-Timothy. S13.00; timothy tod alfalfa, S12.00 alfalfa qflered effort will be made to have the build- ing opened with appropriate ceremon- ies, 'including speeches from promi- nent government officials. Temperance Sunday falls on Sunday, November S, 1814. The .41-1 'berta Temperance and Moral Reform i leagu ance a have decided to observe the date as Alberta Temperance Ministers of every deiiomin- being asked to speak on the n of prohibition at either mo'rn- pleasant time, and that prospects are j are being asked to take up the ques- good-for the future of the of temperance with their people, business. The> as league office is supplying needed from the local bunch of stockholders. literature to give -facts and informa- I tion to all who are assisting in the MUST "KEEP FACTORIES GOING ;work of.spreading the temperance pro- paganda. -London, Recruiting is be- ing stopped in some of the Scottish Irori'and steel communities. The rea- son U that- these iron and steel works son IB tnat-uieue nun aim ni.cc. numo o te armers ,n- e .arnwe s- and day on govern-. hon have expressed willingness ment orders, and it is held uffwise to deplete tie working forces DAUGHTERS ANB SONs'OF ENGLAND Bazaar S. O. E. HALL Wednesday, Oct. 21 the Mtyor Hurille, W. A. Buciianan, M.P., and J. S. Stewirt, M.P.P. FANCY WORK, DOLLS AND APRON STALL FLOWERS, HOME MADE CANDY PASTRY RUMMAGE SA'LE, BRAN TUBS, FORTUNE TELLERS your Tea at the Bazaar Proceeds for the Local Relief Fund tff- "l" I eonsented to open the at rune O'clock. r ________ The kindly offered their services and wUI durteg the Keen for Irrigation In order to secure irrigation some of the farmers ,in- the .Barnwell sec- lion have expressed their willingnesr :o do the ditch work, and .allow thi, wages for such work to apply-on their payments to the for thej'irriga- :ions. This will not only give work :o the farmers for the winter, and ;uaraniee them the ditch for next" V but will 'obviate the.'neces will poviate Prizes donated oy rne atrauicuuu sity of the C.P-R. paying out a great Trust Fund, for physical training in amount of cash in wages. This pro- the schools inspected by Inspector .T. losition will "be submitted to .the C. .jiiorgan, have been-awarded on-his in an endeavor to have the work recommendation to Lethbridge, Mi started this fall. -The farmers are grath and Grassy Lake. The prize __' An'vtfMla in flip irri- Inn.. 11 Z nTlft'473'1 -TPRnnOtiVell Tablets they are designed to allay the throbbing and dull aching by Ueving internal pressure. So suc- cessful have :Resall Headache Tablets been i.4 accomplishing this task -tsk -the vCG-niplete .satis- faction thousands of users that we guarantee without the slightest hesitation that Rexall Headache Tablets will help you they don't, we'll gladly re- fund your money. Jl Uigiiifeallian! Co. Ltd. The Store "TELEPHONE NO. of Births Notice is hereby given io parcnls and others-flint-Hie1 Registration of all Births in the City of Lelhbridge is re- quired by law.-and must be made within one month from date of Birth. Anyone failing to do so is liable to prosecution and fine. C.B. -Registrar's Office, Acadia Building, 3rd Avenue S.. large Caught in Big Storm Pincher Greek EcJio: Charles Dixpn, Oct 17 directors of Mr; and Mrs. J. C. Powell of Leth- Fa-mers, ol 4-lbeiti were bridge, and Miss Chaput of town mot-' 1Q sess cn Ox consider- ored out and spent a few dajs at home of Mr. Dixon's Spring Ridge on the first of the. month to try their luck on chicken, etc. The 'abundance of "the beautiful" which, feil recently prolonged their stay un- til Friday when by the aid of the hard Tvork of a four-horse team and patience, during the long hours of the drive, they returned to .Pincher Creek Mr. and Mrs. Powell and Mr. Dixon train to Lethbridge. Pentecostal Msetings The' Pentecostal meetings, 'which have been "held the last few years at .the ,home of Mr. Simohnette, organ- ized last Tuesday in a permanent mis sion, and with a board of officers el- ected. The Pentecostal Mission hold services :in the Unity Hall, on Fifth avenue North, commencing yesterday. The securing of this hall Is a great improvement, as for a long" time the need for larger preniises was felt. The Meetings will be held as follows: Sun- day, a.m., Remembering the Lord's Death; 7.30 p.m.. Gospel meeting Tuesday, 8.00 p.m., prayer and gospel meeting. Everybody is invited to at town mot- 1Q sess cn Ox consiuer- ajs at the] pjanb for tjie torlhcnming provm- lother, at UJ, of the union II was tend these and heartily welcome. Back from the Border E. H. Strickland, Dominion entom- ologist, returned on Sunday from Portal, where he has been fumi- gating incoming, nursery stock from the United States.: Winners In Inspectorate Prizes donated by the Strathcona Bcceedingly anxious to have the ;atlon by next year. Extension of Tims-Granted It Is'announced'from Ottawa that one year's .extension of payment of rental 0.0 all Jeases under the petrol cum and natural gas leeu arranged. This covers the time for ins are ?10 .and ;respectively, and Oie money-is to be used in each case for the .purchase of a suitable trophy. Lt. McLelland to Enlist Lieut. W. li. MflLelland, who will-be to hear most any day something pnctit-alh decided to hold the con- tention on Januirv 17 18 and 19, although the matter is li.fi, open, to lay when it vvl'l lin-Mlv decided The convention vull be in Ld monton, and the one of the jear fol- lowing in Calgary, "the Lcthbridge convention havmi; decided that in fu iture conventions alternate between the two larger cities in Al- bert! m order to solve the problem of accommodation Other matters corsiuered were of i routine nature L Carsvvcll, om. of the vicepresi to hog" i c 1 that tac depart merit will all kinds of live stock ettensivelj in the mture Ions. It has not yet decided whether this apply to oil.and.gas and selling production, but it .is not ixpected they will he" included.. Another "concession is niade.in min- er's rights on behalf of those -holding rights who are engaged in active ser- vice for defense of the Empire; All requirements as to installa- tion of machinery, expenditure-in de- velopment and prospecting duties by those in active service, have been suspended until six months after the declaration of Tills applies 'to Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta) 'the: northwest, territories and certain' areas controlled by the todoral gov ernuient. efinite on the recruiting of the aec- ent McLelland will P j wtth tl exped. nionary force from Canada, and ox- PioducInB J _ mite j pects to join the artillery. BUSINESS LOCALS '.'Dry.wood for starting fires and heavy block wood for your fireplace at per load. Cau also fit you up with storm windows. Ask 113 for prices Phone Becker Vatos. LUCILLE LOVE SEE HER AT THE Empress Alberta Cattle Sell Well In Toronto From the Toronto press comes the information" that on October 6 there were "sold at the Union Stock Yards of Toronto, by H. P. Kennedy Co commission salesmen, to the Toronto Fowler Canadian Co., a, carload of H berta cattle for ?8.60 per ewt. .In commenting upon same, the presi slate'that they were a fine sample ot the kind of cattle that Alberta !s cap- able of producing, and 'were said to be as fine a load as have been seen on the market during, the present year. While the price was not the highest for the season, it was the top price paid on that day. The same report states that the firm of U. P. Kennedy Co. sold Albera butcher cattle as hteh as 8'4, and. light stockers from Alberta at With feed as plentiful as it now is throughout the central portion ol this, pVpvince stocker .ieat- tie should not eastward, "Men's Own" Meeting One of the most thoughtful and in- .spiring of all the good addresses that have been given at the Men's Own in Westminster church 'was that given yesterday; afternoon by the Rev A C. Bryan. In a very comprehensive manner, the speaker showod that the Divine quadrilateral of completely formed by one's relation to the .material world, his relation to his fellow-man or to society, his rela tiou and, finally, his relation tiie future. An interesting discus sic-n followed, in which quite a num her look part. A. hearty vote of thanks was tendered for his excellent address, and also to Mrs. Wallwork for her fine, solo. These nitttings 'are lic-'id every Sunday af- tnnpon at i o'dock Every man In the city Is .cordially invited'to attend and to take part in tho discussion i! be so.deatres. _ 1C 1UIULC "will" he The idta of creiling a live stock de- partment has 'or its object the con csntration of the hog business There is in understanding between the gfiv ernmont of Alberta and the organ ized fatmcrs ol Uhcrta that -Rhen the farmtri, can that they aro head 01 hogs that are EARLY FALL COLDS Be careful as to the colds you catch earlj in the Fall Thev arc particulaih dangerous cold contracted at tjijs time of the year is often hard to get rid of An uncured means a Winter long cold Avoid pneu nionia and consumption Take NYAL'S LAX-A- OOLD and guard against inconverilence and probably serious illness 25 cents the box Jackson Co. Prescription Drug Store Lethbridge, Alberta Imperial Bank of Canada Capital Paid Up.............i RPSDTVC JTuml............ Total Assets Ovei............ Htad D R WILKIE, President Hon ROBERT JAFFRAY, Vice President SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of 51 00 and upwards received and interest allowed from date of deposit. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH .............W R SEATLE, Manager CATTLE, SHEEP, HORSES Imve buyers lor cattle (1 coders Stockers XVe have orders for Sheep in baiWs ol .ioO to .1500 Let what have lo soil Write, Wire or Telephone, Hatch Lewis COMMISSION BROKERS Acadla Bldg i or Uethbrldge Stock ;