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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor 11-25 a Day Hotel In Alb.rU DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIOQE The Dallas Hotel! la the Best Mrst Convo lint ta Stay THE BEST COOKS RECOMMEND PRIDE OF ALBERTA AND MOTHER'S FAVORITE FLOUR Order from yQur groosr, or from Lay in a few bags of good Potatoes for winter use You will noi rejirtH it as all indications point to them becoming scarce and the price no doubt will soon lie considerably lii.nhor. We have some noutl ones that we thoroughly tested before nurcliuslhj; and can snimintee satisfaction: Special per In 500 IS lots, per Cwt.....................51.50 Office: Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 WEATHER JIax. Mu. Lethbridge, clear 55 20 Kdr.ionron, clear -IS ?G j OiiUary. clear...... Hi 80 Medicine Ihit, cloudy. 56 31i clear...... ?0 i Iiozinx, -IS 24 H i Winnipeg, cloudy.. Taylor Milling and Elevator Co., Limited ALBERTA. Xslson IS 3f. The weather in Manitoba lias been lair and cool: in Saskatchewan and Alberta fine and conl. Forecast Western and a lit- tle milder. TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES .Winnipeg, Oct. 27. Opening and closing prices oa the grain exchanges today were O'ct 1.15} Nov 1.15} Prologue and 1st Instalment THEY O' 1IEAKTS StariaiKl Tonight CITY AND DISTRICT Heavy Poiatoes John Eighteenth street j North, found three potatoes at one root in his garden, the total weight of j i them being eight pounds. Conquer Dec Jiay Oct (Nov 'Dec. Barley Get '_.. 1.15J 1.22 541 54} 56J Hard Times Dance IThe Canadian Order of Foresters at I their last regular meeting decided to jiiave a hard time social and dance on i Thursday. November Further par- ticulars will tie announced later. 54} 54j 54J 5GJ Get ;-.r. COMMISSIONER GRACE GETS LET- TER OF THANKS FROM SELL5-FLOTO CIRCUS That circua foik are real human be- Dec. Star WINNIPEG- CASH PPaCES So. 1 Nor. No. 3 Nor. ._............. Nc-. 3 Nor. ,_____....... No. 4 ..........____........ A'o. No. 6 Feed IViBter Xo. 1 A'o. 2 Red No. 3 Red _............... (Oats- No. 2 C. W................. No. 3 C. W................. Extra No. 1 Feed 1 Feed 2 Feed 3 ICo. i 1.07 1.08-.'. 1.074; and not machines.'like Eome peo- 1.16 Important Meeting Wednesday at S p.m. an irai'ortant meeting of teachers, officers and workers will be held in Knox church Sunday school. A full attendance is particularly requested. Buying Tomorrow Remounts for sen-ice in the R. N. W. M. P. will again be purchased at the barracks tomorrow by Commis- sioner Perry. The same requirements as were published for the original pur- chass will hold good. While It is Confined to the Throat and X lisa I Passages Catarrh'that now affects only tho throat nasal passages can soou become something more serious. it may cause deafness, destroy the sense of smell, or impair the voice. _ NyaFs -Xiisal Eulm effectually curvs nasal and throat catarrh. It soothes the irritated and inflamed surfaces, and promotes a healthy growth of membrane. It relieves prompt- ly. PRICE 25 and 50c The Red Cross Drug Book Co.D Limited THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication No. 792. meeting tonight Mil Moose Hall, Higinbotliam Block. All members requested to be present. The weekly meeting of the Young j People's Society of tho Knox church will tie held toiiiglit In tlie scliool room The subject for discussion 'will be tak- en up by Miss. Cuthbertson. CITY AND DISTRICT Sacred Band Concert The Citizens' Bund will give sacred concert in the Majestic the- atre on Sunday evening next; Iron Springs. Visitor T. R. Rash of Iron Springs, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Far- row. Buys Out Partner's Interest Robert Needs has bought out the interest oi his partner, C. D, Simp- son, in the Lethbridge Monumental j Works, and is now sole owner of this i important industry. Buys Sheep Sweet GrassT Advocate: .John ing letter which was received this 07j. I'le imagine, is indicated in the fcilow- Chipman, one of the prominent sheen- ...t.t_i. men of Southern Alberta, was a Sweet Grass visitor over Sunday. While here Mr. Chipnian purchased several bands of sheep1 which he, shipped to his ranch, near ilagrath. Settler's Wife- Dead Sweet Grass.; Advocate: The funeral of Mrs. Anton "G'ison, who died last Wednesday at her home on the Ca- nadian side, was held from the M. E. church on Monday afternoon, afid the -U5f 1.11} 1.06J '96J SSJ 1.145 1 1.11 f morning by Commissioner Grace from -Mr. H. H. Tammen, principal owner 1 01 the Sells-FIoto circus and of the Denver Post. The Sells-Fioto SBOTV was in Lethbridge during the past summer, and the people with the show conrej'Ed tiieir appreciation of (tie treatment they received in Letbbridse to Uie head of the concern. The let- ter follows: j "f have heard pur Bells-FIoto circus speak of you for the last few niODths. especially about the splendid remains were buried in the Grass cemetery.. Mrs. Olson. Sweet left Artillery Confiscated A." farmer of German extraction from i the country came into Let'h- i bridge yesterday, and after loacIiLe. up on Hiram Walker's extract, ran amuck of the police. At the time ho was carrying a fully loaded .-2 rifle i with a load of ammunition, in his poc- kets. In police court this morning he i pleaded guilty to being, drunk, was fined three and: costs and the minia- ture siege gun was confiscated. treatment, welcome ami courtesy tnilt j nusbaiu! and a large family ,bf ciiild- I J'ou and your people extended. You probably, don't know, but it is true 511; that in most cases a circus seems to. iil-) he a particular thing for officials to 51 hammer av.-ay at, on the theory that tiier aro noc human folks. i know thai -we are not only all human, hut gi ever grateful and appreciative. ren' antl tne sympathy of tlie entire community is extended to them. Connect Up With Lethbr-dge Winnipeg Free Press: Canadian Pac- ific Railway freight officials this -week went over their new route recently op- ened up between. Okacagan and the Feed Dec.- Way Dec, CHICAGO TiS1 cl fciiii.ei.iii ami iiiJuiKLiaiive. ao ,T i you.ran see I liooe that it is with Boundary flistriet of British Columbia more than the onliiarr pleasure -rat. .b-v complet.on of the Kettle Val- and Joy that'[ pen from. 1.151 MINNEAPOLIS 1.11J, 1.17i LOCAL MARKETS l.Uj 1.19J 1.101 l.l6{ TRAIN KILLS SHEEP 1.01 Ko. >o. 2'Jfor. 98 -No. 2 Red Ko. 3 Nor. 93 Ko. 3 Red 4 Ivor. 86 No. 4 Rei Ko. 2 C. W. LIVE STOCK R. C. Harvey Loses 21 at Wilson Sid- Backed Into Fiockr On Supday night a freight train lacking down the side track at Wil- day. a distance of 133 miles. Next year this tine will he operated through to Lethbridge by various connections. Lieut. Goodwin's Battery Lieut. Goodwin is attached to the second artillerv battery of the First Artillery Brigade of the tionary force from Canada, now i Be.-, cows, 5c. heiiers, irethers, "to 6c.; veal, 7c. 10c.; springs, 7 to 8C. i timothy aoii alfalfa, S12.00; alfalfa offered S9.50 .to S10 bias-joint, (none of- iUoeal, per cwt................ jl.75 :VB: per j 45 Cabbage, per est reson-e in the Livingstone -Moun- tains, w.iiere they summered. The herder camped for the night at VII- son, .and during the night some of the sheep Aeft the bed-ground and wand- ered over to the track, where they laid downl WEALTHY MINER ENLISTS Cobalt, Ont.. Oct. is under- stood that C. A. Foster, the millionaire mine owner of Hailey'oury, has volun- teered for the front, and has received a commission as lieutenant in the second overseas' contingent. in England. Lieut Goodwin officer in the contingent iridge. Col.-E W. B. Mor- command of ...a. son. killed heart thathad Jt." 95 made their bed on the track. The _., were the property of R. C. '1SOn' of Is m Harrey of and represent quite a loss. They were in a band of 4, some.2000 or 3000 head, and were bt- 'us brought to Raymond from the for- the unit. Wedding Near Grassy Lake Grassy Lake' Gazette: On Wednes- timber if year Huscles To keep ybur.muscles in con- dition to instantly and easily re- spond to 'oVery demand upon them, and to relieve them from the st f neif swelling ind pain left by Injury or overwork, use RUBBING OIL If Rexall Rubbing Oil does not help the .swelling, allay the pain, and remove the stiff- ness, we v.ant you to tell us .and set your, money. .Prices, 25c, 50c, Personal Mention A. J. Carter, secretary of District No. IS, of.A., is in the city to- day visiting the local camps. H. Fares of Gordon, Ironsides j the Winnipeg cattle dealers, is in the -city in connection with, the [company's on .the Blood Re- j serve -P. G. Garbutt, proprietor of the Gar-i I butt business coi'ieges of. this prov-; ince, is in the city from Calgary, vis-; iting the Petitions Not Granted "Residents of Eigth avenue North, Eighth avenue A North and Nine- teenth street North, to the number of eight, who applied some time ago-for a water extension, will be disappoint-j ed this trip. The commissioners this morning turned down the petitions, j Commissioner Grace submitting fig- ures to show that the revenue would I not pay 4 per cenL on the money, j whereas 6 or S per cent. be re-1 quired to meet the expenses of the ex-' tension. RUN OVER EY BUGGY evening, the 2lst. an interesting! event took place at the residence of J .7. Parkinson, foiir miles south of 11 Grassy Lake, when Jsaiah.- Parkinson was united in marriage to Jliss Hessy Gibbons of Manchester, England. The ceremony was performed in the.pres- ence of a few intimate, friends by Rev, J. H..McLean, B.A., of the .Presbyter- ian church. Display of Fancy Work AND Refreshments Under Auspioos of Art Needlework Society ON Wednesday, Oct. 28 "On oth Street just north of Sherman Theatre. of Patriotic Fund and G-uild, Shipping News The White Star-Dominion line an- Prologue and 1st Instalment TEEY -O' HEABTS Tou'hrht LOCALS Dry wood fbr starting fires and heavy block wood for your fireplace at -per -load." Can also fit you up from Liverpool on October 24. She will sail froni Montreal on November 7. S.s. Canada frcm Liverpool Octo ber 31; from Montreal November 14; the Laurentic November 7 from Liver pool. Novembsr 21 from. [Montreal thus giving a weeTdy service until the close of navigation on toe St. Law- rence. The announcement of this schedule will be. welcome news "tojn- _ passengers and shippers, as the Lanrentic and .Mcgantic are the largest steamers from Canada and the last word in shipbuilding. A Lorn] ;Cailoe Trip The Winnipeg Free Press reports ie arrival there of two canoeists. Goo. T. Phillips and C. A. Hitchcock, who 'eft Medicine Hat on -August 1, and canoed all the 'way to the, Manitoba capital. From Medicine Hat the :anoeists followed the. .south branch of the Saskatchewan to where it empties Into the main river, about 20 miles cast of Pr-aef: Aiberi- .Then they came along the Saskatchewan, through Cumberland lake and to The Pas, going through Cedar lake also. From The Pas thev follov-cd fie Sas katchi-wan rner to Lake Winnipeg ,and negotatod distance to j mouth o! fjed over 500 mllei In .one da> a fuljsljci) Month V days bring onnumed m making the you need Storm Saslir Storm Doors and Stove Wood for kindling fires and -largo blocks for your fire place. Phone 362 and We will deliver Citizens' Lumber Co. Ltd. 134.16th St. N. Little Girl Victim of Accident at Mam-, moth School House Little Hiss Vera Eldredgq of Mam- moth was the victim yesterday of a peculiar and painful accident. While playing at the Mammoth school house at the noon hour, she was thrown from a buggy and run over. The children tised an old buggy to coast dawn a steep coiilee bank in, and the rig turned over while some of ths young- sters were aboard. The little girl was ratlier severely hurt, and is now in the Gait hospital here. She was brought in today by i Mr. R. C. Harvey, and her condition, i while not alarming, is serious. i SEPARATE SCHOOL OPENING Likely Occasion Wilf Be Gracod by Presence of Bishop- McNnfly Work is steadily the new in North Leth- bridge, and it is expected that the.op- ening will.take place next month. Tlie opening js timed for (lie visit of Bishop McNai'iy, who will visit the city toward the latter part of Novem- ber Try a Sack Tken You'll Know A Portable Typewriter Remington Junior GUABAPEtG RELIEF FROM ALL BOWEL ILLS, If your bowels are out of order, instead of using some hanh salt or other physic, take a Orderiie tonight, and tomor >ou will feel grot They taste good and act so there isn't a piri clc of griping or purging, nor the'exccssive looseness that follows the taking of salts and most pill" They sootheand strengthen tlie bowels, promptly relieving the consti pation, making it unlikely to occur agfiin. We don't heliove there is any other bowel remedy anywhere near as good, and at the same time so cosy and pleasant to take As :all Orderlies We you will agree tis and believe you will'thank us for telling you about them. If they don't satr. sfy you in every way, come back and tell us and give back your money with- out a word orquestiori. Youhc.ve no reason JQ hesitate when we give you the opportun- ty, as TVfe hereby do, lo try them at our Unboxes, lOc You can buv Refill Orderlies only at The in this torn only of us I D Higinbotliam Co, Limited; BANKER ENTERS HEAVENLY SPHERE Saskatoon, Oct. K. McCal- lum, local manager af the Royal Bank oE Canada, anil for several years manager in Saskatoon for the Traders' bank previous to tho ain- oi: tho two inSiiLiitipfis, is his rrontcticn the; bank to accept the position oi liiah-! director r-t ;the Phoenix Pub j li-shing Company, Limited, publishers j oi'ihc feaskatoon Phocniv He w on hii new dHlies as he can he 'relieved at tin; hank. BRODER STILL TALKED OF Ottawa, Out, Oct. appoint, mont to the Railway Hoard of Hon. AV. B. Nantei, [eaves hut one.vacancy in that position formerly held by Dr. James Mills, whose term exnir- ed last winter, and who, subsequently, was appointed librarian of the com- slou. .rir. Mitts having been an OH- Q ninri, the vacancy njay filled frorri this: province, amUff ao, Anijrow Drorlor, M.P. for Dundaja, Is considered ilavlni the call. .As a.s tlie stnudiml Reininglon. Weiglit'les.s flinn liali i-he staiitliii'd model. For the traveler for, the lioiue. Authors, clergymen, physic-inns, students and others wanting a .snuill, reli- nlile typewriter, -.will welcome this .machine as solving L'or tlrein the-typewritei: problem. Pi-ice, with dusf-pi'oof eover With IcatJit'v-ti-avoJing case 70.00 Other Koiningioii models 12L'.50 up AVritc for Catalogue.. ReimiLgtou. Cdmpaiiy Limited. 110 Sixth Avenue West, Calgary, Alta. cis Ferdinand and his wifn. tJjD court projjoanci'ri the ver- dict, HILTS could he the rumble of the .artillery of the Servians, fought despcratfly to Ciipl-urs tlie1 city aird liberate t-hc hcncrs, all of'.whom are'Kliixs. The court will pronounce; iftiitciicw on On'lon, Oct. ticspiitch to tlie Exchange Telegraph company rom Rome Rives toe following, re- ceived from Serajevo, Bosnia, under Jato of lUomlay "Gavrio the jiHsassin, and Grahext a Ncdeljo z, and 21 uf 'aCcomplic- c--, were; found guilty "of treason to- lay for tic lulling of' Utlidukc MAXINE ELLIOTT TO London, Oct. Klliptt, j tho Amorieau actress, sister of Ger- jtrudc BIHott (ujriy Johnston Forbes- !Robertson) leaves London this week [for t.'io front in charge1 of her owii [motor tinijitiltiucc. Mary Pickford in "The Eagle's Mate" WAR PICTURES BIJOU FRIDAY-1 Oc--2Oc Capital Paid Ecscrvc Ifimd............... Total Asacis Over............ Head D. R. President Hon. ROBERT JAFFRAY, SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of 11.00 and upwards received and -interest allowed ifvia dftte of deposit. LFTHBRIDGE BRANCH _______j. >y W R SEATLC, 1 ;