Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor a Day Hotel In Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Or. Rusk's Click A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATEON FOR YOUNG CHICKS (Write for eamplw and bo Mado.by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA. i You coJt obtain fiuie food from the following dealers: Twior Milllag fe Elevator Co., LethbrMje, jUta. .Taylor MUtag Elevator Co., Netaou. B. C. Pacific Grain Co., Cal- Alta, Idmpbell. TVUson i. Home, Lethbridze, Alta. Crown Feed Produce Co.. EUlKm Mllltae EEevstor (V, Lethbridge, Alta. Medicine Hat. JUlllnf Co., Medi- cine Hat, Aka. !A. Macdonald Co., Lotnbridje, Alta. Milline Co., Ltd., Medi- cine Hat, Alia. Bobin Hood SHlls, Calgary, Ripe Tomatoes, Freestone Peaches, Italian Prunes, Pickling Cucumbers, Pickling Onions, Large Cucumbers You should put clown the above Hues now. Hero'tire our prices todav RIPE pound Per case g5C 5 pound baskets, PICKLING A fine average small sire, per PICKLING Silvcrskins, small size, price per pound. ..15o MUSTARD.SEED FOR PICKLING Price per pound........................4Qc FREESTONE and Elber- tns. Price per ITALIAN peach boxes- Price per box.........................51.10 LARGE stock, fine for Chow Chow; price jjer 20-Ib Office: Phone1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Get Pasteurized Milk Saves boiling and kills all germs JT'S GOOD FCit CHILDREN Ask your doctor The Letlibridge Creamery Co., Ltd. Phone 584 801 7th SL South Lethbridge. MARKETS WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Sept. 2.-Qpening and I closing prices on the grain exchanges todav -were Open Close Oct. 1.134 1.1-H Dec. l.Uj May I.'JH 1.22-J Got Dec................... Oct Milch Cows SALE 15 First Class Milch Cows, Holsteins and AS .-shirea, aged 3 and 4 years. some to; freshen soon. These cows were .brought west about one year ago but .owner must sell. For price apply to JOHN PATTERSON 5.miles couth of Cardston. VANCOUVER SHIPS HORSES Ottawa, Ont, Sept. H. Stev- ens, M.P., Vancouver, has. received a telegram from announc- 'ihg tile shipment of a carload of hors- es; to :Val Cartier Camp. The horsea, cost about are tb.e gift of ;fifteeii: residents of Vancouver, in .eluding :Mr. Stevens. The horses are use of the officers of the Over seas contingent 1 10 i 43 Dec. CASH PRICES No. 2 Nor. C V, No. 1.39 1.41 1.42A 114. THE BULLETIN BOARC This season we are again well stocked with an entirely new supply of all the requirements for the Opening of the Schools: Exercise Books, Pencils, Pencil Boxes, Erasers. Rulers. Drawing Sets. Crayons, Pens and Text Books, Book Bass and manv other lines. Flag Free! For opening: week only -ne are ghing- a Union Jack to every pupil purchasing sup- plies. Red Cross Drug Book Go. Ltd. Phone 555 Acadia Block WEATHER W. No 3 No. Flax1- o i e c Sept. Dec. Sept. Dec. Mav MINNEAPOLIS CHICAGO 1.14 l.loj- 1.21J 1101 1.22 53 J Mas 52il Lethbridge, clear 69 j Edmonton, clear 66 621 Calgary, clear 72 Medicine Hat, clear 72 Macleod, clear. TO 1.36} Red Deer, clear 69 1.33} Prince Albert, cloudy. 60 Saskatoon, clear 64 Moose Jaw, clear. (j7 .61 '6 Brandon, fair. 64 46 Winnipeg, raining 66 50 Port Arthur, fair 66 50. Some light rattered shon eps II in. 37 30 36 3S 37 21 3S 42 35 l.l 111 1.14J 121J Boyal Nortlt West Mounted Police Recruits Wanted Apply to the nearest Officer Com- manding, R. N W. M Police Appll cants muit be between the ages of twenty-two and fortyrfive, and have certificate of exemplary character Term of enlistment 1 year; Pay per diem, rations, quarters and uniform 'found. The minimum height is 5 ft. 8 in pnd chest measurement 35 inches. No payment will be irade anv newspaper publishing this advertise ment, without proper authority, A B. PERRY, Commissioner, R N W M Police FOR DEFENCE OF BERLIN Berlin, Sept German army corps men) have been se- ected to resist.an attack on the cap- ital. ANOTHER RUSSIAN SUCCESS Petrograde, Sept; general staff announces that the Austrian Flf teenth division was completely routed near Lustchoff on August 28, and that 100 ottfuri and soldiers were taken prisoners. MINE .SINKS -DRIFTER London, Sept. steam drifter Eyiie, engaged in mine sweeping op orations m the North Sea, struck a mins this morning, and went to the bottom in three minutes Six mem rain have occurred in Manitoba and eastern Saskatchewan, but further west the weather has been fine. There been light frosts at a fen places in Alberta and Saskatchewan. Forecast All and cooi today and on Thursday. CITY AND DJSTEICT M.O. Business Resumed Postmaster JJiginbotbai" receiv ed ord last night" by that raonej- order business, Great BriiaiQ would be resumed. P.O. Inspector Here T A Humphries assistant post of 'ice inspector'of Calgary, was a visi- or in the city yesterday; Postmaster Higmbotham accompanied him on a onr of inspection of ice building. the new post of- Herald Newsboys in Streak of Luck Preparations are being made at the !ome of Mayor Hardie todaj to re- eive and entertain for the lie Hera'd newsboys, about forty were saved. bers of her crew are missing, five number Mrs Hardie is tendering tbe luncheon, which will he brilliant affair with so many real live hungrj boys on the job The youngsters are :asked to put in an ap- pearance at 1242 Fifth avenue South at eight o'clock sharp tonight To .the dependents .of "Oiir Bojs' nho Jiaie so nobij re- sponded to the Empire's call, we extend the offer of com- pounding their' Prescriptions Absolutely Free of Charge It is at such -a moment of cry- ing need when the Empire's foundations are threatened that an, expression -of PRACTICAL sympathy and patriotism is de- manded of us all, and we trust that our humble effort along these lines may-prove' of some practical assistance to those left behind The gagggg Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 Infantry drill at Mounted Police br, racis .grsuads tonigbt at 7.15 vim. R cruiting on a peace1 footing nightly a the armorj-, 602 Tenth street Soutli CITY AND DISTRICT Board of Trade Luncheon Regular luncheon and meeting of th council of the Lethbridge Board o Trade will be held tomorrow, Septera ber 3, at 12.30 o.m., at the Lethbridg Hotel. WHEN IN LETHBRIDO! The Dallas Hotel lo the Best and Most Cony Itnt tt May ean and Pure inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by.the most modern machinery, under'the careful of most X competent millers. Phone 525 Notices for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Cricket Club Celebrates The Letlibriilge Cricket dub me last night at the home of J. li. Palmer to celebrate the winning of the Maun sell trophy. There lias been soim talk recently of the Cricket club on rolling as n body in the training corps but it has been discovered that prac tifally every member of the club has already done so individually. For Aid to Needy Settlers A. E. Dominion limn Sratioh inspector here, has received a 'communication from the Commis sibner of Immigration, asking him to collect cast-off clothing for men, v.-o- men and children, for distribution am one the needy settlers in the drouth stricken districts of the south. Mr. Humphries asks only that he be noti- and IIP uijl full, and CQneet tl's clothing contributions Judge Jackson Gave Them a Year At the special-sittings of the Dis trict Court yesterday, presided over by His Honor Judge Jackson. Hillis Kil- born and Rupert Pallett were sentenc- ed to one year each at the Provincial all here for breaking Into the Lead- letter house at Diamond City. The entences are to date from September and-so run concurrently.with the sentence of eighteen ed some time ago on Piillett, for per- jury committed at'fhe trial of Kilborn for theft, and with the> sii months sentence'imposed on Kilborn.for theft A. H. Hubbard, charged with false pretences, appeared and pleaded not guiity, his case being remanded until Thursday Lidda Con 3 tali tine, accused of theft was also leroandecl until Thursda> Alberta Ladies' College of Red Deer A High ClasB: Residential School for Girls and Young Women Public and High School Work Taken. of. our students writing in the Departmental-Examinations' were SUCCESSFUL Excellent courses in Music Art, Household Science and Piijsl- cal Culture Stiff btronsr dnil elUUont Tees moderate Autumn Term opens Tuesday, September 8th. To'ensure secur- ing ro9m lesenutlon MB recommend early application Calendar mailed on request N. D. WHAT TO EAT AND WHERE TO 17.5, AN- SWERED BY ALL WHO HAVE TRIED The Commercial Oyster and Chop Hcase 210 5th STREET SOUTH LOTS OF GOOD THINGS SUBJECT TO YOUR UP _ SERVICE-PERFECT FOOD OF HIGH J See the List Yourself, Tile list for the coming year ,s now on view at the City Clerk's of- hall for those who may wish :o ascertain whether or their names appear thereon. Full Dinner 12 to 8 25 cents Pie and Coffee lOc Short-Orders at ail hours The High Cotl of Living Solved by Eating at th: Dallas Cafe Toilet Paper i pkgs. for.. Round, oval and flat Guaranteed full weight Six Ounces 500 sheets each Only at Jackson Co. Prwonption Drug Store Ltihbndge, Alberta Daughters and Maids Help Fund The whist drlve.jield in tbe Sons of England hall last night, under the aus pices of the Daughters and Maids of England Has a -.ery successful and pleasing affair Nineteen tables nere filled, and twenty bands played. At half-time a dainty supper was served the ladies of the Queen of Alberta odge The wiuners of the prices were a? follows Miss A E Dunk 2nd, Mrs W P. Rov, Oentle Doe; 2nd, M. Attwood. Tbe consolation pri7es were awarded to Mrs Hplt and Mr Stace The vas prettily decorated "for the occa- lion -with bunting; flowers and 'Union lacks. The committee wish 'o thank the I 0 E Hall Co, for granting them he use of the hall free of charge, the Jerald for advertising, Mr O Wafts or drailng, arm-all who helped to make the aflair "Tie'local ellet fund will nWfJt iy in he neighbor; There was a man in our town Ami he was wond- rous wise, He papered all his house one time With Simons' mer- chandise; And several years of bliss With all his illicit and main, He went to worlf with Simons' And it again. Hull rfock. Blalrmor-e News A very quiet but pretty sol-imnized at the home of Sir. and Mrs. Evans, When their eldest daugh- ter, Blodwen, was united in marriage to Owen Morgan. The bride looked charming in a dress of blue crepe silk, with ail oyer lace. She was given away by her father, while 'Miss Keith acted, as'bridesmaid. The groom was supported by G'wyiiam, brother of the .bride. Amongst the .list of Here: China plates from Mrs. Hinds and Miss Keith; silver set Morris, Calgary; silver cake dish, W .7. Evans; fruit diches. Mrs. Muncas ter; tied linen, Miss Keith: dinner ser- vice, Mr. and Mrs. Hobkirk: marble clock, G. Evans, brother: flower stac, and fruit dishes, F M Thompsor uil Sinss, Mrs silver iiisii thina plate 'Hinds I silver sugar set, A Lvans linen, ,E Ejckmier, cruet stand (tod smoking jset, W L Fvans, J Wil handsome mother and father. Tile present to the groom was an signet ring iThe the bride a handsoine gold watch. The t honeymoon' will he spent at Leth- bridge ;ind Banff. CLEARING UP. "DOUBTS Ottawa, Ont., ,con :ting reports having published different parts Jpf the' 'country, the estern. Associated Press today ask- the Department.of Militia fur a def- te statement "as to'What'force Can- a might be prepared to send to the nt In an, evtremlty.- As a result, it n be stated with authority that the nlster ;of. Militia, has not said that Canada .must .be prepared to one million war We have not got any such number avallab'e, and it impossible to arm and equto them What the "ister has said is that ws can supply three or f5ur army corps, or, say, one hundred thousand Col. Hughes believes that all Canadians should', be trained to inuvt. Public Warning .Chief, Skelton 'has-'received a com- ..that atman is.proceeding from EMPRESS j TONIGHT TOIIOBROAV Militant Suffragette I Pntlic Phofoplnj in Tiie Will Create n Soisation Interesting from Still to Finish house to house in Kortli Letlibiidge, collecting subscriptions' for the ia'be- Hospital The O'llef lirs been in com- munication ith Taber Hospital auth orities, and iea.n-i that no one now in -ethbridge hB.s authority to 'collect unds for thai institution, and that the party in Question must be taking money undei false pretences FUSINESS LOCALS high cost of living sohed by jesting at the Dallas Cafe. Dinner 1 from 12 to 8, 25 cents. Pie and Coffee ,10 cents. Short orders at all hours. Weekly hop at Henderson Park .Pa- vilion, Thursday evening. Sept. 3rd. Gents 50 cents. Miss. Bawden's private school wilt re-open Tuesday. Sept. 8, at 9.30 a.m! beginners class at i.30 P.M. For fur- ther information and terms apply to 1265 4th Ave. S. Phone 1158. Abbie G. Horepool, 1007 3rd Ave. S, teacher of pianoforte, harmony and musical! history, will open. her. classes on 7th Interesting and practical, system used with children, leading up to the best results in. tech nlque and musttal interpretation for advanced pupils Pupils prepared for examinations If desired. Phone Ib29 I DUCK SHOOTING Suoc'Ossful aiul Enjoyable wifh1 A GOOD GUN and GOOD AMMUNITION WE HAVE EVERYTHING" FOR THE HUNTER Lei us sm c yfou money on Guns anil Ammunition C. W. GRAY FIFTH STREET SOUTH. PHONE 751. f PETERS M..