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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor a Day Hotel In .Alb.rU LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD I WHEN IN LBTHfBIDOt The Dallafl Hatoi U "the BM' Meit IMII SUf sCiiick Food A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKi WWU tor and bo coffrinced. JIaae or Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. You this food from the following dealers: Vaj-lor MUUlc ft Blemtor Co., Elevator Co., AJtnrU Pudflo Grain Co., Cal- Aim. Taylor. Milling t C. .Wilson LMibridge, Aita. ft Home, Crown Feed Alts. Produce Co, Ellison Milling Bierstor O., Lethbridge, Alts. Mediclne Hat Mllllne ciae Hat, Alia. A. Macdonald Co., LoRibridje, Alts. Osilris Milling Co., Ltd., Meal- cine Hat, Alta. Robin Hood Mills, Calgary, Alia. The articles you should especially put down this week are: Pendies, Plums, -Bears, Ripe Tomatoes, Gncumbors, Green Tomatoes. We will have large-shipments of the above lines'. Present prices are: FREESTONE case ITALIAN BARTLETT pound cases GREEN pound ..............2Qc RIPE pound orates ....90o PICKLING pound .......10c PICKLING ONIONS (Small- .15c GREEN pound .............5c THE GOOD CO HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES C-JC 525 WEATHER Min. 45 3S 41 54 4li POCKY COULEE RANCH Swert Grin, Mont Jackson's Water Glass for Preserving -Hggs 1-ftiSns------...25c Jackson Co. Prucrlptlcn Drug Store Lethbrldge, Alberta. Churchw Mfy Unite 'It a meeUnK of the Medicine Hat proposition to frooi Bow lalaml and leave the Tvork asrs to tin church, while the JlethodlBt cliurch was to withdraw Erom Tfiber, .waA' Full Dinner 12 to 8 25 cents and GofTee IGc Short Orders all hours' Tftf Hig fc h Colt of Living Solvjd Cafe YOU'RE SHRE Grernis Are Killed IF .YOU .GET. Pasteurized Milk ASK YOUR DOCTOR. ALL OUR MILK IS PASTEUR' GRAIN. MARKETS Winnipeg. JTan., Sept. S. The open ing and closing prices on tie Grain Exchange today lyere Open Close October 116 113V> December. 118 ll-t-% May 124 121 Oats-October 54 December 53 51% Flax-October.. 131. November 136 133 December Closing Cash Prices Wheat-No. 1 Northern 143 No. .3 Northern 2 0 W 53H 10 3 C TV 52S Barley No. 3 66 No. 4 64 Minneapolis Wheat Open Close September 116 112% December.. IlSii Ma 124% 122 Vi Pasteurized Milk and Cream and Choice CrMHhefy Butter. Velvet Ice" Tbeliethbridge Creamery Go., Ltd. Phone 584 801 7th St. South Lettbrldge. i SHEEP For Sale S60. 2 AND9 YEAR OLD EWES 125. 4 YEAR OLD EWES 800, 8 TO 7 YEAR OLDS 800, LINCOLN BRED LAMBS 43, MERINO GRADED RAMS W1U sell tie bunch Lethbrldge, cloudy GO Edmonton, cloudy 44 I Calgary, fair. 50 Medicine Hat, cloudy. GS 54 ,14 j Macleod, raining 62; Prince Albert, clear. 3tf Saskatoon, cloudy.. ..50 40 .I'O [Jlcose cloudy 62 46 I Brandon, 5V 32 "Winnipeg, cloudy. 52 .36 I The -weather, in Manitoba: and- Sas- katchewan has been fair and quite i coolf with local Zrosts at night. In northern Saskatchewan and through- out A'ibarta It .has been unsettled and rainy Forecast Manitoba Fair and cool today showery on Wednesday. Saskatchewan and Alberta Very cool today and. on Wednssday, with occasional rain. CITY AND DISTRICT Early Closing Quashed Medicine Hat's early closing bylaw quashed by1. Justice Stuart. Big Pries for Hogs A faucv price was 'paid for Calgary on Friday; was paid for a' choice carload. Goes to 'Ontario Rev. S. "W. who was for- merly stationed at. Carmangay has been transferred from Edmonton to On't. More Prisoners of War Three more Austrians, alleged to be reservists, were brought in to the lo- cal R.N.W.M.P. barracks yesterday from Coutts, they are alleged to have endeavored to cross into the United States. BABY REMEDIES It requires years of experience and a high degree of -expert- knowledge to make baby renos- dies that are safe but effective There are. several among the Xyal Family Remedies design- ed for the children only. They are made right and are recommended with confidence. Nyal's Baby Cough Syrup. Nyal's regulate the bowels. Nyat's Teething Syrup. Nyal's Teething Lotion to rub on the gums. Nyal's Soothing Powders. Nyat's Talcum or Baby Powder Antiseptic and soothing Nyal's Slothing Syrup tains'1 no opiates Every-'one; of these is. admir- ably, 'suited; to the particular purpose Thev are each the quarr ter should be in your children's '.medicine cabinet. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited IU Third j ieptember Maj Chicago Wheat 116 119% 128 Notice to the Public Contrary to a rumor ;that has been circulated, -we are not clos- ing-up any "of'our branches. Our Lethbrlftge.brandi'wIH continue to handle a complete line of Oils', Greases. DislnfecEants_and Sani-" able to give you. good service on all our .lines. and 1884 The Continental-Oil Co. Police Court Thomas Powell, charged with sleep- ig in a C.P.R. box car and having no visible of support, was assess- ed a fine of Oand costs in police court this morning by Acticg-Ma'gis- trate catoe from Lo; Angeles via Utah, and was on his way to Alaska Joe Vanzel.and E. Bp'wker were also charged with Having not-the, where- withal, on. whicn Jo were ordered to-pay the.same "fine Pete Penteleeiuk: was charged with assaulting.J'ete Povolenko oy hitting him on the arm with an iron bar. Po- volenko is in the a very serious condition, iafection having set ia in the "was re- manded for eight days. Both men are i Austnans i Larkspur Lotion The' Affective application for Scliool Childien's .Heads. Easily ap- plied. 35c a bottle Bad Fire in ths Pass A fire did damage in Natal B.C., and desperate measures had to be taken to save the T-he fire, which was Incendiary origin, start- ed in. or close to the store of the New Michel General -Merchandise Co., and swept west to the public school, de- stroying the store of the New Michel S Merchandise homes of Frank JFarano, Peter Koz M. Joyce, Wm. Hamar, Marie Gas- keK, Alex. Almond, B. Ball, S. Trusin- stti, Chas. Nosek, A; P. Winters and Joseph Gall. The town is equipped .with fire fighting but the j water supply was very poor. The 'con- flagration was finally stepped by raz- !ing two houses with'dynamite; Lois is estimated at and insurance THE NURSING MISSION Provides visiting, purses for mater- nity and all mediral and surgical caees (escept contagious and charges according to the cir- cumstances of patient. Poor patients cared for free of charge, graduate nurses; for private duty provided For further partic- ularg apply to the Nursing -Mis- sion, 1414 7th ATenue South. Phono 1283 (Miu) A M THIey, Supervisor. (Mite) M. A. MteKay, Grad. Nurse. (MlBl) Mackenzie. Grad. Nurse. PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited Offer 9, f 1 Offict FrclflM I Death of Sylvester Owen son of Mr and William Owen, -was born 'at Cedar City, Mich., on Septembor and died on August 13 last ".'home near The young man was very highly respected -and had a liost of friends. 'He had .taken an act- ive part in the Sbaday school and ser- vices held every 'Sunday near'his home. Just the JieMied he committed the. 23rd Psalm'to.mem- ory. The funeral services were held at the school house, two miles south of Wrentham, at 1 .o'clock on the, Sunday tollowing his death. mon -was preached by "Ret L L Orth j of Warner The largp attendance was evidence of "the- high regard in which the deceased and the family are field. There are to mourn his early departure his sorrowing parehts, two older brothers and a large num- ber of other relatives and friends. .In- jterraent ivas mafic ia the Warner cem etery. CITY AND DISTRICT S.O.E. Meeting Meeting of White Roso Degree to- morrow "'night at S p.m. sharp. Busi- ness general. Full attendance, please. At Police Station A' bunch of keys, a bicycle and a Sady's' handbag- are at the police sta- tion, awaiting the claim the owners Italian Given Six Months Led da Costantaina, a native of Italy and. who has been working in the mines: at' Taber, was sentenced by Judge .Jackson to six months in the jail here for the theft of ArLong Motor Cycle Journey Ted" Quackenbush of North Dakota passed-through the city yesterday aboard a Harley Davidson motor cycle, whiGh Ke had ridden all the way from North Dakota to Prince Rupert. He Is now on his return trip. Funeral of Mrs. Oliv-sr The funeral was held on Saturday of Georgia Oliver of Coal Creek, who died in the city on Thursday. The service .was presided over by the Rev B. Picket of the Christian church. Minchin Pardoned It is understood that Harry Minebin, formerly: city treasurer of Calgary, is to be released from the Edmonton pen- itentiary; .where he was sentenced to serve-five-years on au embezzlement iharge. He Is reported to tie critically U Child Struck by Train oon G-. G. Jewell of the .Jewell.Lumber Co., at Hanbury on the tracks, was struck by an eastbound passenger ;rain an arm sevred. The lad was taken .by the same train to Pernie pli'al.'." But slight hopes are held out for his recovery. Special -S-srvices at St. Cyprian's Tomorrow (Wednesday) evening there- .will- -be a special service at St: Cypriaa's Church at 8 o'clock, ,for in- for the speedy close of the European war and the ultimate success of the British arms. After this -service the usual weekly teachers' meeting--wrlll be held. On Thursday morning 'there "will be n, celebration of loly Communion at 7 a.m. Obituary Annie, the infant daughter Mr. and Fred Boloski, who died on Friday, was buried on Sunday fiuin It. Patrick's church to the Catholic cemetery Wm. Scott, aged .51, a well-known 'figure in 'the city, who farmed a small patch of ground on the river bottom, died on Saturday. The funeral was held this afternoon from Fetterly's un- dertaking, parlors, Rev. Mr. Bryan "of St. Andrew's church officiating. De- ceased was unmarried. Come Out and Talk "Will the person who.addressed a'let- ter to the f Moose Hall, Higlnbotham Block, show "'the courage of ins convictions, and reveal' Twelfth street A North, City, who l toe pleased to make his acquaint- Trinity Church Picnic The Hardieville Trinity church Sab- bath school picnic was Labor Day at the Ruer bottom and was a great' success. Two 'waggons, kindly loaned Mr Robert Livingstone bis identity to Mr Sidney T Batsford par ents to River bottom, where a most enjoyable time was spent, and races and games were indulged in. The return'journey was made early in the "evening, and the children sang themselves hoarse with many of then well-known hymns. What energy was left'was spent in many ringing cheers for the officers and friends who had helped to fjiake the day'so successful and it was a verv tired but happy lit tie company'which.dispersed at the BUSINESS LOCALS The high cost ot living solved by eating at the Didias Dinner from 12 to S, 2b centi Pit am) Cotfet 10 cents til-hours There was a man in our town And he was wond- rous wise, He papered all his house one time With Simons' mer- chandise; And atter several years of bliss With all his might and main, He went to work with Simons' goods And papered it again. Hull Block. cjmrch BRITISH SHIP GERMAN Parifa Sept J SINKS TORPEDO BOATS Havas Agency dispatch from Petrograd says that the -Novoe .Vremya has received a mes sage from Tokio stating that the Brfc tlsh destroyer Welland has sunk Bey; eral German torpedo boats The inner part of the wheat berry, ground, bolted and dressed by the most, modern machinery under the careful vigilance of-most compe tent :millers; WHAT TO EAT.AND WHERE TO EAT.'-. IT'S EASILY-AN: SWERED" BY ALL WHO HAVE TRIED The Commercial Oyster and Chop House 210 5th STREET SOUTH LOTS OF GOOD THINGS SUBJECT TO YOUR SERVICE PERFECT FOOD OF HIGH "jj About That Bedroom We anticipated jout in BeJioom Furni- tuia by selse'ing the pieces Lao" not piovc a? expensive as you thought. "ill please jnd WHITE ENAMEL, MA HOGANY ;BRASS- IRON BEDS Let us Make Your House a Home By putting in the kind of Furnitme, Caipels and DiMp- cneb jou vould like to liic wilh COBlB IN AND TALK IT OVER WITH US Standard Furniture Co. OF QUALITY FURNITURE- OPP. COURT .HOUSE 4th AVENUE SOUTH Room and Board FIRST CLA.SS ROOM AND BOARD FOR PEfi'_MONTH 21. MEALS MOST UP TO DATE HOTEL IN CITY. CALL AND INSPECT ROOMS. The King's Hotel STREET NORTH T. A PAY FOR .RAILROAD VOLUNTEERS The Cahadiah; Pacific' Railroad has announced that anv its employees who enlisfrfin the TVar will recene one half Jrom the companj for the iirat six months service, "which is expected tu be about the duration ot tne wjr Several local operators have announced thej- Intention of join ing the signal corps. RUSSIANS ON CARPATHIANS Paris, Sept 8 to reliable advl which have reached here lius. flan cavalrymen are now upon the crest of the Carpathian mountains ENGLISH TROOPS LEAVING ENGLAND EN ROUTE FOR BELGIUM ;