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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS- Hotel Windsor But a Day Hotel'In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIOOE The Dallas Hotel li But and Convtn- lint te.tlqr DIM Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKi (Write for eamjlat and be convinced. Made Taylor Milling Elevator Company, LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA. Ton obtain this food from the following dealers: Taylor MUllaf Blevitor Co., A8ta. Taylor Milling Elevator Co., Nelson, B. 0. Ellison Milling Elerator Lethbrldge, AHa. Medtetne Hat Milling Co., Msdl- cine Alta. v PifWo Grata Co., Csl- fcaiy. Alto, Cimpbtll. Wilson Alta. It Home, Crown Fwd ft Calgary. Alta. Produce Co., Macdoaald fc Co., Lethbridje, Atta. Osllvie Mllllns Co., Ltd., ciBs Hat, Alts, Robin Hood Hills, Calgary, Week-End Necessities at Rock fiottpifii Prices Now is.tlip time to put up 'Teaches, Plums, toes and Cucumbers. Tears, Toma- ELBERTA PEACHES-rPer ELBEKTA ITALIAN case ITALIAN basket ............36c BARTLETT pound cases BARTLliTT peach boxes basket...........35c TOKAY first'this Per Per basket basket ...............15c GOOD pound FINEST EATING pounds for .................25c Per I FINEST B. pound RIPE basket.............25c RIPE GREEN pound.............5c PICKLING Per pound..............................10e arrive, per pound.'..ioc LARGE LARGE CUCUMBERS-TPer case MUSTARD .p.ou.nd ...............40o EXTRA STRENGTH pickling purposes, Malt or White Winc-7 Per Quart ..20c per 'Gallon -75c Office: Phone 1271 WEATHER HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 Mas. FOR Your Children BECAUSE-ITS PASTEURIZED ASK YOUR DOCTOR Palteurlzed Milk and Cnam and Choice Creamery Bailor. Velvet [ce Cream The Letlibridge Creamery Co., Ltd. Phone 534 801 7th St South Lethbridge. official Issued 1ARKETS FRIDAY'S -GRAIN PRICES Start. op- London, Sept inform_ation bureau has statement saying: "According, to information de- rived .from a.trustworthy source, seven'; German destroyers and tor- pedo bests; have arrived at Kiel in a damaged condition, and it is understood that others have' been auhV-in -the vicinity of the Kiel Canal." BRITISH LOSE .OLD BOAT Additions-to the official communica- tion regarding the torpedo'gunboat "The, missing include the skipper and, four'men of-tie Linsdell. Two Min. Lethbridge, cloudy ....86 57 Edmonton, 70 4S Calgary, cloudy S2 54 Medicine Hat, cloudy.. Sfi 64 JMacleod, clear.. 86 42 Ked Deer, cloudy'. 71 31 Prince Albert, fair. US 36 Saskatoon, cloudy.-. 77 44 Reglna, cloudy.. 70 45 Brandon, .fair. .6S .31 Portage, clear.. 65 33 Winnipeg, clear 66 34 Port Arthur.-fair 56 The weather has been mostly fair in the prairie provinces. It has been much warmer in southern Alberla, but cool in Saskatchewan and .Manitoba, with Ifeiit .frosts in the latter prov- ince. Forecast Fair today; a few. scat- tered showers on Saturday Saskatchewa and Mostly fair, and on Saturday _aloo; but a few scattered showers. CITY AND DISTETCT ViS'tmg Brother Here A Hav of "Watford, :put, is visiting in the city hfeibrother, D. J. Hay, secretary of toe-Board ol Trade. German to-be Tried Tomorrow HaiE Beter_ charged y of theft, -nil appear betore Judge Lmdsell had teen, picVed up by thejlacksoi- tomonro morning at ten o- _ _ _ I rrha n-ica otrjinct A H Hlin 02 enlng and elos'ng on the gram ontl excrauges todsj were Open. October.. 117% December Speedy before .the latter struck a sec- Clogo c j clocl- bard, Speedy was aa old torpedo 53% October December 01 S09 toua, a1 d nnor to the Separation otwar sbe was engaged in L2I9S j on tee North Sea d j rCTiiis additional information regard 1 mg the prooable loss of the torpedo jgniTDoat Speed j of the British in.od of a ineichani vesspl of some Wnd 9 j 1 all me British censors thus far .pprmitted to com3 through] was adjourned; AuousVWeather. i- Following are the meteorological servation for the month .of August, taken, E E B-sPGhauer, obsenei 145 r CJosing Cash Prices No i "Northern......... 1-Ok JiO W s o No 3...... Ko 4..... No 1 N C W. Ko C. W Minneapolis Wheat Oaeu 116% December MET 123% Chicago'Wheat 116 119 Way............ 55% The case against A H Hub charged 'with false pretences, afthe'Hxperjmental Farm: Number of cloudy 12 Precipitation for month, inches Precipitadon from January 1, 191-1, to date, inches 11 46 Maximum temperature, degrees 97.2 Minimum temperature, degrees 35 JAR TORPEDO BOAT LOST Totic, Sept corimander ofu, j i lor UIUULU, the Japanese second-qnadre.. has re Simshme for month, hours ported to the navy department that a' Japanese -destroyer has ;run aground in Kiao Cbau cay. It lias been iaipos- fa9 os 295 0 sible to float the -vessel, but her crew has been-taken off. EMPRESS MONDAY PROGRAMME I "Mongrel and Master, an in three parts, win be the jcUy. ;The film concerns 'a s. love story, a newspaper 'and a little cliild The whole btorj, from the to the last, is a gripping portrayal ot real a re-made man. 123% 123% 18.0% LINER RAN "AGROUND St John, NB, Sept a gap log .hole DOW away belo'ff the iwater line, 'the EHirriess liner Shen- ardoah, Captain William M Lee, hmp- ccl..intp .port this morning.about 9.30 o'clock, nnd ,now, aground, on -the Navr Island bar-in St. John harbor. In. fog, about 5 o'clock this morning, she ran. ashore at Little MUB quasli, afcout 15 miles down the baj. Full Dinner 12 to 8 25 cents Pie and Coffee lOc Short Orders at all Lours High CMt of Living Solved by Eitinj at lh a former c of place'in the, food-contents stbinach, causing the formation of gas and Wind distends the that full; oppressive feeling sometimes Imown as heart- burn, while the acid irritates and .'in- flames the delicate lining ofvho stem-! aclu The entirely in the fermenting food Such fermentation is unnatural and acid fs-natioa Is not only unnatural, but may involve most serious .consequences if not cor- rected. To atop or prevent fermenta- tion, of the food contents of the 'stom- acn ,and neutralize the acid, and Vendeftlt bland iind harmless, a tea spoonful prob- ably the best and moat effective cor- rector-of .'acid stonmen kaown, should In a quarter'of'a glass of hot or iniraediateiy after eat- ing, or Whenever wind or acidit> IB felt. This Btops" the fermentation, and the acidity in a few mo- wind and acid- ity, unnecessary. Stop or prevent them by the use of a, proper such as bisurated which can be obtained from any jdrugglst and thus enable -the stomach to do Its work properly with- out being hindered by poisonous gas and dangerous acldg F, P. Citauel baud and songsters Every- hodj interested in practical Ghristian- it> "is hea-tlly to attend 'this meeting. Trinity Church Ssrvfces 1100 am, children's sub ject, "Our 315 pm, Sabbath school, 7 30 p m evening service subject, "The Message of the Church to Labor All are heartily invited, and men 'will be especially welcome. Sabbath school picnic at the River from the church at 11 00 am, all welcome Wednes day, Junior C Ei .Society at 1 00 p m Ine classes will be restarted Biiurlly, and wishing to join them should in thetr names at once Vr Mars'! ThiB fee will be per miijitli, and all proceeds go to the churck Current account. BUSINESS LOCALS The high cost ot living solved by eating at tU DalBs Cafe from 12 to 8, 25. beats. ID Short aoufa. BABY REMEDIES It reguires ears of and a high aegra'e of expert knowledge to make baby reme- dies that are safe but effectiie There'are several among the: Nyni Family Remedies design- ed for the children only. They are made risht and are recommended with confidence. Nyal's Baby Cough Syrup. Nyal's regulate the bowels. Nyal's Teething Syrup, Nyal's. Teething Lotion to rub on -the gums. Nyal'3 Soothing Powders. Nyal's Talcum.or Baby Powder. Antiseptic and soothing. Nyal's Soothing tains no opiates. Every one of these is admir- ably suited to the particular purpose. r' They are.each worth the quar.. ter asked and should be'in-yoiir: children's medicine cabinet. _________f.j_______ The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited '.r. Phon. lit Avfc, SATURDAY SOAP SPECIAL VIOLET.AND ROSE 15c Per Cake 2 For 25c There was, a man iii And he was wond- rous wise, He papered 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 again. Hull Block. CITY AND DISTRICT Change In Time Wesley Sunday school meets oh Sun- day next and hereafter at 3 o'clock In the afternoon. Steamship Arrivals -Mitchell reports the t'ollowing steamship arrivals Calgarian arived'ia Quebec at 10 o'- clock last.nieht.: passengers should reach September S Royal Edward docked at Montreal fast'" night; passengers should reach Lethbridge Tuesday Where Is Joe Babln? Has any one here seen Joe Babin' Joe is the 11-year-old son of-Mr, and .-s John Babin of North and-he has been, missing since Wed- nesday. ,-He left his parents' house in the-morning, and has not been seen or heard of since that time. He was dressed in blue overalls, and was wear- i ing a black telt hat about two sizes ,00 big for He ttore black lace shoes The parents are very anxious about their boy, rand cannot imagine "what fas happened to him.; The. police were notified yesterday afternoon, and are juaj endeavoring to fiiiJ i trace the ;missing- youngster, but have so far been unsuccessful. Anyone having seen the boy, or any who come across any trace of him are asked to commun- icate -with. Chief Skelton at once, "Mitchellite" Gave the 'Hat A Bad Scare Medicine'Hut; Alta., Sept. of years-ago a man named Mitchell started the manufac- :ure of a red explosive powder he call- ed jVIitchellite. His plant was bc- tween arediciae Hat and Dunmore. The other day Chief Bruce was going past the place.and saw several cans of the stuff ;lying so he noti- fied the people who owned the pro- perty to-destroy, it, suggesting throw- ing it in the river This afternoon It was exploded In two terrific snocks which shooTc the city. All sorts of-wild rumors of bridges being up, flour mills destroyed and powder houses being destroyed by, hostile spies, immediately no small escitment for a short time Gleati and Pure The inner pant, of the wheat berry bolted and dressed by the most'modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. Norman Robson of Maple Creek io Front Maple'Creek, Sask., Sept. man Robson of this place, who waa Liberal for Maple Creek in .the last provincial election, has volun- teered for active service and has left for the front. i MivRobson is well known in Leth- liridge. .-He is a brother ot Dick Rob; son, formerly of the Hick-Sehl hard- j'ware, -who was one of the crack la {'crosse-players of the city. Will BE LONG ONE OPINION PREVAILING-IN LONDON AND OTHER SONS BIO FACTOR London, Sept. convic- tion Is growing in England that Great Britain is committed to' a long 'war. The newspapers declare that! the'power ..of the British. Empire and of Russia eventually must wear down the; numerical forces of the 'enemy, the .resources'of Can- ada, .Australia and India prom iBe- to.prove a decisive factor in the long run. About That Bedroom We have anticipated your in Bedioom Furni- ture by selecting the pieces thai we know will please and not as as you thought. WHITE ENAMEL, OAK, MA- HOGANY 'BRASS IRON BEDS Let us Make Your House a Home By putting m the kind of Furniture, Caipets and Drap- ei''es you would like to live with. i COME IN AND, TALK IT OVER WITH US J Standard Furniture Co. OF QUALITY FURNJTURE OPP. COURT HOUSE 4th AVENUE SOUTH THE PRESERVING SEASON IS NOW ON IN FULL BLAST Hlbcrta Peaches, per Crawford Peaches, per Italian Primes, per Bartlett Pears, per Bartlett Pears, extra large, per These lines are at their best and are not likely to be cheaper Wealthy Apples, per Gravenstcins, per VEGETABLES Eipe Tomatoes, per basket......_-25c Green Tomatoes, Green Corn, per dozen Cucumbers, each 5c; per Canteloupes, 2 .for...............23c 2 Ibs Also Qreen Onions, Tjet'tuce, Carrots and Radishes. The Bentley Co. Limited ;