Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor 11.25 a Day Hotel In Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN The Dallas HcM the Beet and Moet (Wit Pllw A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKi tat eozaplei and be convinced. -Mods bj Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDOE, ALBERTA. Ton cac obtain this food from the following Tij-lor Milling fc Elerator Co.. Lrthbrldge, JUU. Mining 6'Elevator Co., Nelioa, B. C. Alberta FacJflo Grain Co., Cal- Carr, Alta. Campbell, Wilson B, Alta. Home, Croirn .Feed Produce Co., Alta. Ellbon Milling SJeTatbr Lethbrldge, Alts. Medicine Hat llllllnr Co., Meal- cine Hat, Alia. A. Macdonild Co., Lethbridje, Alia. Ogilrie Millin; Co., Ltd., IItil- cine Hat, Aim. Robin Hood Mills, Clljarj, Ripe Tomatoes, Freestone Peaches, Italian Prunes, Pickling Cucumbers, Pickling Onions, Large Cucumbers Yoirshould pntdown the above lines now. Here are our prices today RIPE Per case ,9bc 5 pound baskets, each................. ..25c MUSTARD SEED FOR PICKLING Price per pound .1......................40c and Elber- PICKLING A fine average small size, per pound......10c. PICKLING Silverskins, small size, price per pound... 15c tas. Price per case ITALIAN peach boxes- Price per LARGE stock, fine for Chow Chow; price per 20-tb Office: Phone.1271 GOOD CO. Store: rhone 525 HIGH-CLAss GROCERIES Pasteurizing Milk and Cream Kins, gems but docs not injure tlie milk Ask your doctor The Letlibridge Creamery Co., Ltd. Phone 584 801 7th St. South Lethbrldge. Milch Cows FOE SALE 15 First Class Milch Cows, Holsteins and Ayrsbires. aged 3 and 4 years. All milfcing, some to freshen soon. These cows brought west about one year ago but owner must sell For price apply to JOHN PATTERSON 5 miles south of Cardston. Ope rang Get your supplies of Text Books, Exercise Books, School Bag's, Scribblers, Pencils, etc., at Robertson's Book Store Next Lethbridge Hotel This season v.-o are asain well stocked with .anlsntirely new supply of all the requirements for the Opening of tile Exercise Books. Pencils, l'-encil 136xes, Erasers, Rulers, Drawing Sets. Crayous, Fens and Text Books, Book Bass anil many other lines. "The Million Dollar Mystery" TOMORROW ST4KLAXD MARKETS Royal North West Mounted Police Recruits Wanted Apply, to the nearest Officer Com- tmanding, R. N W M Police Apph canto must be between the ages of and and have of exemplary character iTerm of enlistment. 1 year, Pay diem, rations, quarters and iunffprm found. height Is 5 ft. 8 in., and chest measurement 35 inches. No payment will be made to any newspaper publishing this advertls- ment, without proper authority. A. 8 PERRY, Commluloner, R N.W.M. Police 213- 12 The high cost of liv- ing solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe 25c Full Dinner from 12 to 8 Pie and Crffet 1UC Short Orders at all hours TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Sept 1 closing prices on the gram exchanges todav were Oct. Dec, "Way 1.32} Oct Dec. Oct. Open Close l.HJ-l.H 1.13i '1.15} 1.14 For opening1 week-only we arc giving a Union Jack to every pupil purchasing sup- plies. Red Cross Drug Book Co. Ltd. Phone 535 Acadia ,Block CITY AND DISTRICT Steamship Arrivals Tbe following are' reported here to- day by wire: Canada, Liverpool; Sco: iau, London; Englishman, Bristol Storstad, Sydney. There- will be a meeting of th executive committee of the local oper atlc society, for a few minutes at I o'clock, Thursday afternoon, in tin offices of the British Canadian Trus Cuuipany, Cooybeare block. WEATHER Max. Min. s- .0 32 34 42 .0 Lethbridge, clear ..66 Edraonton, clear 58 Calgary, .clear.... 62 Mediciue Hat, clear G4 Macleod, clear.. CG 36-, Red Deer, clear..... 60 33 Prince .Albert, fair .52 40 1.0! Saskatoon, lair...... 59 43 Regina, cloudy ..'63 38.1.11 Moose Jaw, Draining 60 40 Srandon, 66 37 cloudy 72 48 The weather has -been cooler in the prairie provinces; light frosts have oc curred in Alberta: rain has fallen heavily in the.l'egina district, and a few light showers -in Alfaerta Forecast All and on Wednesday; local frosts at night. CITY AND DISTEICT 51 1.39 ov 1.43 CASH PRICES o Nor No 2 iNor Oats- No 2 C No 3 C H. No 1 J-o 1 C Oil 1.38 C. P. R. Official Here S. E. travelling freight agent the C.P.R.1 is in the city.on a periodical visit 1.13-i .13 'on Taber Man Arrested Wra. Howard, -charged -with false pretences, was arrested in the city a from Taber 1 N 3 C. IVhtat- Sepb. Dec. Maj Sept Dec W JIIiNNU iPOLIS o3> 52 62 60 j 1.32 Editors'Will Not Meet Owing to the is now rag- ing in Europe, and-the unsettled .con- dition of affairs generally, the Al berta and Eastern B C Presa associa jtion convention, winch was to have (been held in September has hsen indefinitely postponed. 115 1.14 1.16J CHICAGO 113J it to MAC Sanitary. Institute Exams The Royal Sanitary Institute pur- 1 22} Poses holding in Albprta at an earl> date an examination .in sanitary lio t knowledge, with a VIPIV to tne grant 1 lit ing ol the Institute's certificate to successful candidates.. It is likely the Institute 'would appoint a board of exattriners for Alberta, provided suf- ficient candidates present themselves for Such was the in- formation received this morning from pr. Thomsod, Tvho refers any intend- ing to take A. Adam in the Public Works department at the City-hall. Jlr.- Adam is a mem- ber of the Institute. He knows what's wrong with YOUR GUN. Fifteen years1'ex- perience with the Leading Gun manufacturers of Europe and America, Out-of-Town work given prompt attention. 0, E, MacOONALD GUNSMITH., Fifth Street South 1032, P, O. Box 346. GRAND OPENING Dance OF THE SEASON IN BURG MAN'S HALL, 13TH ST. NORTH ON Wed. Sept 2 Music by Imperial Orchettra Come To the of "Our ha'e so nobly re- sponded to call; fl e extend the offer of pounding Prescriptions Absolutely Free of Charge It is at such a moment- of- cry- ing need -n hen the Rnipdrfc's foundations are. threatened that an expression jOf PRACTICAL svmpatlH and patriotism is de manded'of us all, that our humble effort along these lines may prove of some practical assistance to those left behind. The TELEPHONE NO. Store 322 Sinking Fund Cheque for The city today received a cheque for from the sinking fund com mittee, borrowed on the hypoiheca tion. of debentures authorized by the recently passed money bylaws. Sixtj thousand dollars, of this is to paj- old notes, and -the remaining 'goes to Mr.. Grace's department for the com- pletion of municipal 'ivorka. Country Store at Starland Constable Fitzgerald is -wearing- a big smile today. He is also wearing a fine new pair of socks, which recalls to one's mind our horo, the Rainbow. Sir. Fitzgerald was the holder of the lucky coupon at the country store at Starland last night. Among the other luck? ones was "Bobby' Niven, C.P.R. telegraph messenger. Death of Infant Died, in this city, on August 30, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John J. tawson. 3-U Tenth street South. Th funeral took place this afternoon at 2.30 from T. S. Fetterly's parlors, Rev. Mr. Cobbledick officiating. in Diamond City, .August 30, Elizabeth Dunbar, aged 40 years, be- loved wife of William Roderick Dun- bar.' The funeral will take place on Wednesday, September 2, at from -Fho Inner part of the wheat berry ground, .bolted and dressed, by the most modern machinery .under-.the careful vigilnnoe :of -most competent-millers. Pliooe 1632 For Pure Milk and Gream FROM THE BEST HERDS AND MOST SANITARY oXlRY IN THE DISTRICT THE HYGIENIC DAIRY CO. FIFTH AVENUE A SOUTH. WELDING The Southern Aiberta Welding Co. 610 Eighth Street South. AH or.o'kcn Machinery, Cast Iron, Aluminum, Brass.' Copper, Steei, la fact ever} thing nude as good ds new by tl'e Oxy-Acetylene Welding Process WORK GUARANTEED OR MONEY REFUNDED Give us1 trial. Don't throw your" broken machinery .away. can repair it at small coat. R..C.. T. S. Feticrly's Bryan officiat'ng. public cemetery, parlors, Rev. Interment in the Dominion Aid Available The public of The Pass will be pleas- ed to learn that, as indicated by the CITY AND DISTRICT A-Blairmore Volunteer A large number of citizens gathered at the station on Monday night to bid farewell to Blairmore's: first accepted volunteer for'the front, Walter Howe, following telewam, the Dominion left for Lethbnuse to enlist grant of for the relief of the Blairmore Lnterprlse. Hillcrest suffers is uow available and at the disposal of the relief commit- tee: "Ottawa, On Aug. J. S. O. E. Notice Tie, Sons England, R K degree, eets on Wednesday at S o' ock In the S. O. Carter, Blairmore, Alta.: Please ad- vise relief committee, Hilleresf, that government grant is available when tskecl for. "Understand here that, scheme of relief being arranged and that request would be made for B. Enterprise. Kenny Allin's Is the place to get your School Sup- plies and Text Books Special Prizes being given for a Two Weeks' Guessing Contest Ist'-Prizc 2nd Prize .......TValue 200 GET A-COUPON -SEE OUR WINDOW The Kenny Co.. Limited THE Phone 1487 STpRB Next Dtllai Good Attendance at FlectwoOd During the spring term twenty-five pupils had perfect attendance at Fleet- wood school, and the principal hopes they may complete the year "without a miss, and that many others may be perfect during the fall term. Their names are: Minnie Schuiriaker and Sidney Tuckwell in Miss Currie's .class; Edna Porter, Albert ilcGuire, Alan Petts, Hugh Mahon, Erma Nich- ols, Etta, ikcVean and. Helen "Schu- maiier in. Miss Benninington's class; George Johnston, Frank Kunst, Jean Hesse, Kathleen Porter and Willie Beaton in 'Miss Hyssop's class; John Johnston, Tommy Andrew, Constance Mathers and "Alice Beaton in Miss Waterman's class; Arthur Ahrens in Miss- Howden's class; Frances Porter, Hilda McMiUen and Walter Kunst .In Miss Birch's class; Casie Kippen, Nel- lie Robison, Doris Tuckwell and Hgon Kunst in C. E. Brandow.'s class. The principal, desires that parents bring- ing new pupils to Fieet'wood school be there by 8.30 tomorrow, .so the en- rolment may be completed 9 o'- clock, "Let every, pupil be present the very first day. Monthly. Figures Tha, customs receipts for August .For the correspond- ing month last year they -were 85, the increase hiring set down.to the shipment of raw sugar, recently'im- ported by the Knight Sugar Co The bank clearings for, the -month were and for August mi, they Homestead Cardeton, Alta., Sept. nual fair of the Cards ton district ivill be held at Carcistcn on September 2 and 3. Already the entries have-been closed by the secretary, T. W Duce The present fair will a splendid one viewed from every standpoint The drought lias taught .'tha-: farmers and ranchers a ot-Taluable las sons, and it is surprising to ace the excellent crop of hay, gram veg etablea raised m locality during such a jtry season Excellent sports are being arranged for this occasion, entries for the month were 36 and for [and a gootl tirae ,s assured to all who the corresponding month last jear 64 fortunate enough. to_attend BUSINESS LOCALS The high coot of living solved '.by eating at the Dallas Cafe. Dinner from 12 io 8. 25 cents. Pie and uoffeu 10 cents. at all hours. Miss Baton's Private School will re-open-Tuesday, 'Sept.- 6th, at 9.30 a. m Beginners class at 1.30 p.m. For further Information and terras, apply to 1255 4th Avc. South. Phone 1168. hop at Henderson Park Pa- Thursday evening; Sept.: 3rd. dents 6b cents Miss Bawdeu's private school will Tuesday, Sept. 8, at 9.30 am Beginners class at 130 p m For fur- ther Information and terras apply to 1256 4th Arc S. Phone 1158. Hunting Season Opens To-day Ton can't have success or a good liine -with- out a good Ammunition., Parker's Trogan Hanunerlcss Shot Guns and Peters Shot Shells WILL BRING 'EM DPWN WE HAVE.EVERYTHING FOR THE HUNTER AND CAN "SAVE YOU MONEY. C. W. GRAY IfifTH, STREET SOUTH.