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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor 91.25 a Day Hotel In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDGB The Dallas Is the Bcc.t and Most Conven- ient H Buy 'We want YOU to- be; the PRIDE OF ALBERTA AND............ MOTHER'S FAVORITE FLOUR The Verdict will be THE BEST WE HAVE EVER USED Buy jt from your grocer or from Taylor Milling and Elevator Co., Limited E. D. Smith's Pure Strawberry Jam and Black Currant Jelly AT A REMARKABLY LOW wants to save a little money on their purchases If It cnn be done-without impairing the quality. We have a shipment of the two above linos in fi-pound tins. This is guaranteed first class, and while tllo lot lasts will sell it cheap. Office: Phonemi Price Per Tin, 70 cents THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHER Max. 50 54 114 5Hu. 26 40 28 GRAIN MARKETS YORK HERALD GIVES THAT Man., Oct. GENTLEMEN SOMETHING TO CHEW ON and closing prices on the grain mar- New Oct. 2S.-Commentiug en the suggestion of Count Von Been- M kets today were: October I November Open IMS 11S 115U ,_.. :Tork Herald, 'm a short editoriil tois D9Ceniber 54V! morning, says: (May 5V "Just vthat Count Von Bernstorii Barley- can hope to gain by spreading in this October........ Country the suggestion that Germany November........ iiiay attack.and occupy Canada it .is difficult to understand. Can he im- i October........ 106% ogine that. Americans are so enamor- ;.November........ 107V1 ed by German 'culture', as 10SH fied in Belgium, that they would weW j May 115H come its appearance on this Closing :Cash Prices neat! "It. would seem that, the first rule No. 1- Northern.......... of a German diplomacy in bending its No 2 Northern.......... energies to create a" favorable Amer-.No, S. Jfortaara. .1 lean public sentiment would be to let Northern......... __that particular sleeping dog lie. If No- 5.................. -there is. one thing more calculated than' anv other to make Americans give-ear" to ths foolish talk of those fnBrsplis who would liave the United States break its neutrality and give all its aid and comfort to the Allies, picture Count Von Berns- torfl patnte' of German armies hack- ing -their way in Canada. j 3 J second in command >TQ of the Geiman publicity propaganda, Reiecte'd'............. lushes to the fore with the assurance Fcell............... that German's love for the Monroe Chicago Wheat doctrine is so great that it would December 11414 the invasion of t llfly. Canada. .Can Dr. Dernburg expect the j Minneapolis Wheat 'American: people to attach any more December........ value to his assurancss than the Crfr-, Jfaj 116 man government does to.its treaties' only of Dr. Pemburs's disclaimer is to focus at- on the Von H-HistorS pic- Close 114% 1143: 114'! 106% 106Ts 114 Ti Lethbridgs, Edmonton, clear Calgary, clear.. Medicine Hat. clear Saskatoon, clear..... nj Moose Jaw. clear.. Brandoi. clear S2 Winnipeg, cloudy.. 50 M The weather throughout the wesi has been fine and comparatively mild. Forecast Western and mild today, and on Thursday. CITY AND DISTRICT Assessment Committee Owing to the absence of a number of members of ihe committee, the as- sessment committee will hot meet to- ni'ht Their next regular meeting will be on Wednesday evening next Fenian Raid Veteran Alexander Munroe of North Lets- bridge, a Fenian Raid veteran of 'Co. tills morning 'received a .grant from the Crown In the form of a cheque for flOO. Mr. Munroe is a Letllbrldge old-timer, arriving on the first train that c-ntereu the city in 1SS5.' Inebriate Befsr-s Peak. The police court.grist this morning ,vas the usual lone inebriate, who paid the useal donation, in the usual way. varied the'process by remarking as he left the station that -he thought he had been very well treated. Chief Train :Despatcher Moves W. J. Mauley, chief train despatcher here since the divisional superintend; ent'B office was created.-In -beth- briage, has been transferred to Cranbrook, where he will hold. a sim- ilar position. He will be by C. W. Fisher -of Edmoiiton, who is replaced by W. H, Clir': of Cranbrook. The above shanges were announced at Superintendent .Wattert office this 106V1 100 'i No. G.......... Feed............. ikoi'.S C.' w! Er.-No. 1 Feed..... No. 2 Feed 5014 69 64 60% 11311, 110 115% LOCAL MARKETS Although wheat advanced make Americans do iot of on the -Winnipeg market after the op- I ening this morrirfis, there has been no j corresponding change here. No. 1 still [standing at EAST WILL CONTEST ni "'THE BY-ELECTION po. 1 Nor. ..1.01 _ i No. 2 Nor. oo Xo d Nor 93 i Xor. 86 A Full-Fledged Lawyer On a recent visit to Calgary, Donald W. Patterson of this city "was admitted to the bar before -Mr. Justice'McCarthy ot the Supreme Court. Jlr. Patterson has been a citizen of Lethbridge for five years past, and has been articled with "the law firm of Johnstons Pitchje, with whom ;he will remain- for the present On being sworn in he was introduced by. James Short, K.C., of Canary. Intercessory Service at St. Cyprian's In St. Cyprian's Church, at s o'clock tonight, there 'will, be held a; service of intercession on behalf of our sol- diers and sailors who. are fighting the Empire's battle's in Europe. Those having relatives and friends, at. the front are specially Invited. The usual weekly teachers' meeting will'be held at the close of .this service, which lasts about half an hour. Edmonton, OcL Jas who was unseated following an action brought against himself (Mayor JIcKamara entering into a contract with the city, has declared j that he "will contest his seat at the i fey-oioonon made necessary by the; court's action. The mayor is out of No. 1 Red No. 2 Red No. 3 Red iSTo. i Red lethbridge Public School [mm CUSSES The Secretary will be in the .office, Manna! Training School, 5th Arc. South, from 8 to 9 oVdotk Friday evening, October W, tor the purpose of enrolling for the above cltsses. 4PfUoMoo iboulil be W liter than fie abore LIVE STOCK 6c.; cows, oc. heifers, 5lc. 5c.; wethers, 5t to Co'.; 7c. HOGS: cents, dressed S cents. 10c.; springs, loc., hogs, 7 to So. timothy aod-alfalfa, alfalfa offered S3 50 to blue-joint, (none of- fered) Local, per cwt. B. C., per cwt. Cabbdge, per pound cent Notlcs-to the Public The manager of the Empress The- atre wishes to announce that owing to a gross mistake made at -Medi- ,cine Hat, the second: reel of the sec- lond installment'of the "Lucille Love" Iserial did.not arrive until je.Steidav 96 This is.without doubt the best reel of 01 the serial and to enable these who 36 saw the shows, on Monday to see this reel, and the fire and shipwreck at the management at a heavy addi- tional expense is shoving this reel to 1.40 PIONEER WESTERN MERCHANT DIES AT BEP.LIN Oct There died Joseph Zeinkann, a Toronto, ,Ont., at Berlin, Ont.. pioneer merchant of Western Canada. Deceased 'was born at New Hamburg, Ont., in ISio, anid when a young man he moved -west and for a couple of ears w as In business in innipeg. He then iroied to Fort Qu Appeile, where hj conducted a .general store until aoout three years ago, when failing health cpmpeVi'ed.hts. retirement. He] has since residad in Berlin with his nephew, H. Selmarr, at whose home he died Zeinkann is sunned by two sisters, Mm. Werner Schnarr, Kenora, and Mrs G Lihe, Serl.n, a son George in Washington and two daughters in Winnipeg. JOHN H. StereUiy-TrMwrar. one. or rj-i JT T Tell Us Of course we are always glad to have you call at our storo In person awl tell us what yon need. But when it is not con- venient (or you to call, we want you to toll us over the phone. Our Free Delivery Service is for you and we want you to use it "freely." Small phone 'orders receive "the same prompt attention as .larger ones. The Red Cross Drug Book Go., Limited Exhibition of art needlework by the members of the Art Needlework club, at Royal confectionery store. Fifth street (near Sherman theatre) to- night. Refreshments. This is the "Distress Signal" from the Poultry Yard these days. If you heard it your "receiving apparatus" is "dis- mantled." Time to assist the hen. We have the goods. 'Hess' The Guaranteed ,-ggg .Producer. In Packages 35 and 85 cents. 25 Pound Pails f PIONEER DRUGGISTS J.D-HlGlNBOTHAM (JlMrrrp ;V WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AHD DBUCCISTS B OSINESS-iLOCALS HOMESTEAD ENTRIES Oct, 28. Horae-1 steads- continue to '.be taken up in great numbers thrqnghoiit the West. A total- of. 529 ontrfeB'have been fficd la ihe week ending October 27. .DIs- trlMited through tte provinces as fol- Manitoba HO, Saskatchewan Iberia 186 and British Coltim- Buying Remounts Quite a large number of. farmers and fanciers of horse flesh 'were as- sembled at the "Mounted Police bar racks today when-buying of .remounts for the force was in'order.. .Assistant Commissioner Cuthbert and J. F. Bur- nett veterinary inspector, were on hand, haung arrived from Regma this morning. Quite a number of llkelj looking animals had been brought inf and buying went on all day Personal Mention J. Martin, inspector of Dominion lands agencies Is in the city today, paying a Msit to the local office P. J. Harper, citv passenger agfnt for the Pacific Coast Steamship Co Seattle, 'was in the. on a business tnn T. D. Lows a Vancouver broker Is in the cit} today I i Neil M Stalker, the Grassy Lake I sheepman Is ID the ritv on a business, trip. H. G. Ironsides, son of Jlr, Ironside? of Gordon, name dealers, is visiting the (irm's terntorv in Southorn Alberta j "Bottle up the Kalier' One of the most interesting contri- vances about town, is a game called "bottle up the Kaiser' fni entcd by Dan Creed, a local celebrity, :who was at one time a tenant in Ireland with. Kitchener as the landlord. Creed lias showed marked ingenuity in con- trtving the game which is a Fosult of the war In Europe Tho game is play- ed as a sort of DUZ7le and Is of the most punllng nature No one so far has been able to bottle up the Kal ser' excepting Dan himsell, although several have watched mm no It Mr Creed Is getting .tho game patented The Auditorium Clnb__will. hold .a dance in the K. of P. Halt on the evening of October .the 30th. Lady and gentleman ?1.00. Ladies with in- vitation unaccompanied by gentleman, 50c. Dry wood for starting tires .and heavy block wood for your fireplace at per load. Can also fit you up with storm windows. Ask us .for prices Phone 1384; Becker REMEMBER, you need Storm Sash, Slorm Doors7and Stove Wood for kindling fires and large blocks for your fire place. Phone :362 and wo will deliver. Citizens' Lumber Co. Ltd. 134 16th St. N. BOARD Notices for this Column. ihould reach this Office before 12 orclock noon on the day of publication Infantry drill tonight at on the barracks grounds. CITY AND DISTRICT 1 Goes to Wetaskiwln W. G. Gibbons, formerly of the local customs stair, has bsen transferred from the Coutts outpost to Wetaskl- win. The inner part of the -wheat 'terry, ground, bolted and dressed by the moat modern machinery under the' careful vigilance of most compe tent millers. No Two Ways About It Thai's what a woman- said the other are no f wo ways r.bout it: l-tfave tried other can-tiles at higher prlcss, b.ut never have I fourid anything to equal Eoivntree's Gums and Paatiles FRESH AND DELICIOUS, AT Jackson Co. Prescription Drug Stora Lethbridtjf. Alberta. PHONE 1232 Students for Front D. P. .Skouson of Raymond, a stud- at Alberta University, in a letter to the Herald says that there are ab-- out 120'students training for a uni- contingent to go to the front in the spring. Caretaker at Post Office William 'S'loan, formerly connected with, the: city power plant, lias been temporarily employed as caretaker of the new post office building. It is likely that the appointment will short- ly he made permanent. To The Young Frenchmen The. French Consul reminds the young Frenchmen, bom in 1885, anil those belonging to the classes 1013 and 1S14, that they are invited to give their addresses immediately to the Consular Agent of France at Cal- de Roussy de Sales. Y.M.C.A. Literary Debating Society The opening meeting of the above society will -be held in the Y.M.C.A. auditorium on Thursday first, 29th i'nst, at S p.m. A debate has been arranged, the subject being "Wus the Kaiser' Justified in Declaring and'al'l interested are cordially invit- ed to attend. The society has made a successful start, and it is hoped- that the membership will increase. DISTRIBUTION OF SEED GRAIN AND POTATOES From the Dominion Experimental 'Farms, 1314-1915. By instructions of the Hon. Minis- ter of -Agriculture a distribution of superior sorts of grain and potatoes will be made during the coming win- ter and spring to Canadian farmers. The samples for general distribution will consist of spring wheat (about 5 .white bar- ley (about 5 and field peas (a'bout 5-Ibs.) These will 'ho sent out from .Ottawa.' A .distribution of potatoes (in 3: lb.. samples) will be carried on 'from several of the perimentai the Central Farm at Ottawa supplying only the prov- of'Ontario arid Quebec. All samples will' bo sent free, by mail. Applicants must give particulars in regard to the soil on their farms, and some account of their experience 'with such kinds of grain (or potatoes) as they have grown, so that a promising sort-for their conditions may be se- lected. Each application must Se separate and must be signed by the applicant. Only one .sample of grain and cne of potatoes be sent to each farm. I both, samples are asked for in the same letter only one will be sent. Implications on any kind of printed 'orm cannot be accepted. As of seed is limited, farmers are advised to apply early, but the applications will not ly be filled in the exact order .in which are received. Preference will always be given to the most explicit requests.. Ap- ilicatioris'received after the end .of January" will too late. All applications for grain (and ap; plications, from the provinces of On. .ario and Quebec for potatoes) should be, addressed to the Dominion Cercallst; -Central Experimental farrii, Ottawa. ,Such applications require no lf-! otherwise addressed de-. lay and'disappointment may occur. Applications" for potatoes from farmers in, any other province should jo addressed (postage prepaid) t.p tile Superintendent of' the nearest Branch -Experimental Farm in that province.: BIG SUIT :AGAINST RAILROAD CONTRACTORS Vancouver, Oct. suit for hail a milllon'flollars has been commenced by .T. A. Mcllwee and Sons, of Denver, against Poley, Welsh and Stewart. Company, contractors, for Ho gers PassT tunnel. The plaintiffs' had b'een Biib-cbntractors for Pioneer tun net work, but 'their contract was an nulled. LINE .on that piece of Furniture or whatever you .have been wanting for your Home while this Sale-lasts. All Ciirpel.s Curtains, Portieres arid Lin- en at Sacrific Prices. ,.-j CJOME FOE YOURS STANDARD FURNITURE CO. 4 HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE OPP.'COURT HOUSE 4th AVENUE SOUTH COALDALE NEWS On Friday night of this week the Lidies Aid mil give one of their an- nual chicken