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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIPCB The Dallas Hotel It the Beit and Most lint A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKS ICTWte for KUnplM and be conrincmi. Made or Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited HBRIDGE, ALBERTA. Ton obtain this food from the following: dealers: Twlor Milling fi Elevator Co., Ellison Mllline i Elevator LMhoridgo, Jita. Lethbridge, Alta- MllHns Elevator Co., Medicine Hit lulling Co., Walion. B. C. cine Hat, Alta. XttwrU PaoMe Grain Co., C41- Macdonald t Co., Leftbrldie. AKfe Mllltas Medl- cine Hat, Alta. Crown Feed Produce Co., 7, Alta. Hobin Hood Mils, Cmlgarjr, Week-End Necessities at Rock Bottom Prices is. the time to put up roaches, Pours, Toma- toes and Cucumbers. i ELBERTA case ELEERTA basket...........35c ITALIAN case ITALIAN basket ............35c BARTLETT pound cases BARTLETT peach boxes ___ BARTLETT basket...........350 TOKAY first this Per pound Per basket.............................95c( f basket ___'.. 15C GOOD COOKING pound 5c FINEST EATING Wealthiss, 4 pounds for .................25c" Per case FINEST B. C. pound RIPE basket .............2oc RIPE crate..............95c QREEN pound .............5c PICKLING Per pound PICKLING arrive, per pound...15o LARGE LARGE MUSTARD pound EXTRA STRENGTH pickling purposes, Malt or White Per Per Gallon .............................75C Office: Phone 1271 CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 Toilet Paper s. Round, owl and 'flat Guaranteed full Sis: Ounces 500 sheets each Only at Jackson Co. Prescription Drug Store Lethbridge, Alberta. MARKETS THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Sept. Opening and closing prices on the grain exchanges today were Wheat- Open Close Oct. ._.__. 1.15-l.UJ 1.17J I Dec Mar ._. 1.2-iJ CASH 'PRICES No. 1 Nor No. 2 No." 2 C. W. ______ No. 3 C. W, ______ NO..I-JT. w. -o. No. 2 C. W CHICAGO Wheat-: Sept. 1.13 1.25J 116 53J I 1.351 1 1 35i -1.115- 1.15J 1.181 1.35J j This season we are again well stocked with an entirely new supply of all the requirements for the Opening of the Exercise Boohs, Pencils. Pencil Boxes, Erasers. Rulers. Drawing Sets. Crayons, Pens and Text Books, Book Bags and many other lines. For opening week-.only we are giving a Union Jack to every pupil purchasing sup- plies. Red Gross Drug Book Co; ltd. Phone 555 No Germs In Pasteurized Milk and Cream Ton may as well be sure. Ask your doctor The Lethbridge Creamery Co., LM. phone S84 801 7th St. South LethbHdge. Ac'adia r Block WKATTTP.R MIn. Smelts :ern Representative j vDrifflpS i, of the Telegraph-HGr-; Salmon Iowa Cone T. B. Wilson, ot the aid, Drfmqe, Iowa, !s a visitor in the I icitr. Boyal North West Mounted Police Recruits Wanted Apply-to nearwt Officer Com- manding, R. N. W. N_. Appli- canti must be'between the agei of twenty-two and forty-five, and have certificate of exemplary character Term of enlistment: 1 year; Pay: per diem, rations, and uniform found. The minimum height is 5 ft. 8 In.. chest measurement 35 inohci, No payment will be made'to any newspaper publishing this rnent, without proper authority. A. B. PERRY, Commissioner, R.N.W.M. Police. Full Dinner 12 to 8 25 cents -Pie and Coffee lOc Short Orders at all hours ThCiHIgH Cost of Living Solved at tho Dallas Cafe Herring Halibut Crabs All fresh and AI quality Watch for oiur regular Saturday Night Specials Max. Lethbridge, cl-sar 78 41'" Edmonton, fair...... 74 44 Calgary, fair..... 60 .44 Medicine Hat, clear S2 46 Red Deer, clear 7S ?'0 Prince Albert, clear 60 SC lliose Ja'w, clear.... 76 84 Brandon, clear...... 59 42 Port Arthur, 64 46 .OS -The -weather throughout the Prairie provinces has been mostly fine" and cool; during the night light frosts have "occurred at a few points iu Sas-j katchewan and Alberta. Forecast and cool: local frosts tonight. Saskatchewan and fine, but a few scattered showers to- night and on Friday. Oelanys Limited PHONE 452 Freih from the briny CITY AND D.ISTEICT Bank CJsarlngs The-bank clearings this week, 2S0.05, compare very favorably with those of the same iveek last year, S38S.015.47. Swift Co.'s Manager -Here' L, O. Barr, maaager for Canada of the Swift Canadian Packing Co., was a visitor in the city few hours yesterday. Kp.ia on -his way east on a tour from the coast. New Hotel The new King George Hotel on Thirteenth street was formally opened for business this morning1 hy the pro- prietor, B. B. McCarty. Purchase Barber Shop J. H. Lee and F.' Bassen of the Al- exandra .hp.vg ,'purchased the barher shop in the Alexandra from j Titr. James. Extensive improvements are heing made, and Harry Vance, late manager of. the. King George Hotel barber .ghop in .Calgary, has been en- gaged aa manager. Hens Laying? If so try preserving a ..lot-with Water Glass l-tb tin .........25o 5-ft tin One pound will make one gal- lon of preserving: -fluid. This preservative ivill keep eggs fresh for two years. .For sale at 77ze Store -TELEPHONE NO. 322 Had Fine Drill Over SO local men gathered at tho j barracks grounds last night to partlcl-1 pate in ihe first infantry drill. Lieut, i "lodgson and Lieut. Kilmer had charge jf a squad each; and some very timely nstruction was given. A large crowd witnessed the drill, and this, in the! ipinion of accounts for the fact hat there 'were .not raoro recruits pre- >ent. It is the opinion of a number' local military aSen that, although a I nan has the courage to fa.ce any am-1 iunt of powder and bullets by the i Bushel, he has not the moral courage' o stand up in front of .a crowd and! manoeuvre with a. rifle. Artillery I frill -will he resnmed tonight, and the 1 lecond drill of the .Tfeek will i be held on Frldiy; night. Tie enroll- ment of ne" recruits iviU proceed ev- 2ry night at the armory, t There vims a man in our toAvii And he was wond- rous Avise, He paperert all his house one time .With Simons' mer- chandise; And after several years of bliss With all his might 'and main, He went to work with Simons' goods And papered it agaiii., Hull Block. THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Lethbridge encampment will meet at S o'clock tonight. The City band will play at Hender- son Park this evening at S o'clock. CITY AND DISTRICT Money Order Business An aditionnl commission, of four cents for every pound or fraction thereof over is being levied on money orders to Great Britain. The issuance of money orders was resum- ed yesterday. Militant Suff. "The -Militant showing today at the Empress, is one of the finest films seen, in the city for a long time. The picture gives a good idea of militant tactics, and a pleasing story runs through the 'plot N.Y., New "Y" Secretary Mr. Walter Carson ot New Rochelle, who was chosen by the Board Oi Directors of the Y.M.C.AT as general secretary from a long ilst of appli- cants, has arrived in the city, and is hard at-work In his ceiv position. Mr. Carson is very much taken with the appearance of the city. He is a energetic worker, and wi'il instill some jyim and establish some new ideas among the members of the local "Y Looked Like Skyscraper The lighting system in the new post ffice 'was given a tryout last night by W. L.- JIcKenzie Co., and the fine new structure was a blaze of bright- ness for several minutes. The build- ing wiM probably be taken over by the Public Works department by the 10th i of the month. Postmaster Higlnboth-1 am has had no intimation as to when I it will be ready for occupancy. Try a Sack Then You 11 Know Alberta Ladies' College of Red Deer A High Class Residential School lor Girls and Young Women. Public and High School Work Taken. 100% of our students-writing in the Departmental Ex ami nations were SUCCESSFUL Excellent courses in Music, Art, Household Science and Physi- cal Culture. StafC strong and efficient. Foes very moderate. Autumn Term opens Tuesday, September 8th. To-ensure secur- ing room reservation we recommend early application. Calendar mailed on request. N. D. Dainty Windows You can make your Wirulovi s the envj of all yoni neighbor s cost and less trouble than you have UOAV, Our House Furnishing Section is right up-to-date .with all' the; newest in Extensio_n Rods, the Kirsch kind that n re, made in all" the new styles to give window "effects never dreamed of with the old style rods. These, combined with the Newest and Daintiest in Fabrics, offer you the utmost satisfaction for your money. MAY WE: HAVE THE PLEASURE OF SHOWING 'YOU Standard Furniture Co; HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE; OPP. COURT HOUSE 4th AVENUE SOUTH Look Who's Here Among those registered at the ho- tels from nearby towns are; G. B Phillips, Nanton; M. A. King, Warn- er; J. Coiley, ClarEBholm; P. T Stirling; George Gow, Cow ley; Chas. Scott, Grassy Lake; S. T Harris, Milk River; A. G. Hunan, Dim- more; T- K. Iredale, "of the Henderson Directory Co.; J. P. Whitty, Warner W. E. D. Farmer and wife, Monarch S. J. Halpin, Bow Island; Fred Swing, Ne'w Dayton, and M. Simpson, Stavelj Had Exciting Voyage Harry Kent of the Alexandra rHptel staff has returned, from England, where he went some weeks ago. Mr. Kent returned on board the Grampian, which sailed without lights. The voj age was exciting, a'ut was not marked jy any startling happenings, although a constant lookout for German cruis ers was maintained. Mr. Kent was In London at the time war was declared he Rays that the excitement ran at a high pitch. Rev. Mr. Cameron Leaves Rev. A. G; Cameron, the retiring minister, left this afternoon with his family, to take up residence in Red Deer, where he has -accepted a posi- tion on the faculty of the Alberta Lad- ies' College. Candidates for the pas- torate of Knox -church' are not heing a successor will be chosen by a specially appointed committee. Pay Up op Quit Magistrate 331 ton this morn ing that the IB the city, some 25 in number, wfco were sum- moned to court for the non payment of their licenses, would .either have to pay or go out of -business. The team- sters put up the plea that business did not warrant the payment of the li- cense. Goodfellow Donated W. H. Pohlmart of Taber is the man who was mulcting the people of the North of their hard-earned cash cfn the pretext of being a representa- tive of the taber hospital. Pohlman was nabbed late yesterday by Detec I live Wigg. On the first duy of opera- I tion he separated -the citizens of this city from He also operated 'at j Taber, and the first man to contrl bute to iis fake fund was Walter j Gocdfello'w. At police- court this morning Polrt- man pleaded guilty to a charge ,iof 'false pretences, and waa remanded by Magistrate Elton until next Wednes for sentence. BUSINESS LOCALS The high coat of living'solved by cut'ing at the Dallas Cafe. Dinner trom 12 to 8, 25 cents. Pie a.ud Coffeu 10 cents. -Short orders at ail hours hop at Henderson Park Pa riiion, Thursday evening. Sept. 3rd Genta 50 cents. Mfns Bftwden's private school will Tuesday, Sent. 8, at 9.30 a.m Beginners class at 1.30 p.m. 'For fur ther Information and. terms apply to 1255 4lh Avc. S, Phone 1158. J DUCK SHOOTING Successful and .Enjoyable with A GOOD GUN and GOOD AMMUNITION WE HAVE EVERYTHING FOR TUB HUNTER Let us save .you money on Guns and Ammtiiiitibii C. W.GRAY 310 FIFTH STREET SOUTH. PARKER'S TROGAN SHOT PHONE 761. PETERS ;