Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor .B5 a Day Hotel In Alb.rU ;rfc ATT v 'UTPI? AT n JJA1.L I WHEN IN LETHlBIOOt The Dallas Hotel tht Best1 and iMost Cenvait Itnt A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG CHICKt IWtlie for iamplu and ba convincad. llsds by Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA. S Ton obtain this -food-lrom the followlns dealers: Tw'or Milling fc Elevator Co, Aita. HIBlOi fc Ca. B. O. Grain Co., ?f lto. down Feed Produce Co, laiy. Alts.' Ellison Milling Elevator Lethbridfo, Alti. Medicine Hat Milling MsH- cine Hat, Aita. 14. utMdonaM Letfetrfdiei OgllTie JiaHv Ca'LM, alie at. Alto." BoWn Hood Mills, Ctleirr, Altm. The articles you should especially put down this week arc: Poaches, Plums. Pears, Eipo Tomatoes, Cucumbers; Grcon We will .have large shipments of the above linos. Present prices are: FREESTONE ease ..........95o ITALIAN case ........'.......9Sc BARTLETT pound casts GREEN Per pound ..............20c RIPE crates .........90c PICKLING pound .......10c PICKLING ONIONS (Small lb..15c GREEN pound office: THE GOOD GO Store: D, I iJLi PL.-, eoe Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES rhone 525 WEATHER Max. 60 Mill. 42 .12 :iS .70 as 44 SHEEP For Sale AND 3 YEAR OLD EWES 125. 4. YEAR OLD EWES BOO, 5 TO 7 YEAK OLDS SM, LINCOLN SRED LAMBS 43, MERINO SHADED RAMS Will tUe fcancii reasonable. :ROCKY COULEE RANCH Sweet Qr4is, Mont. YOU'RE SURE Germs Are Killed IF YOU GET Pasteurized Milk ASK YOUR DOCTOR. ALL OUR MILK IS PASTEUR- IZED Pasteurized Milk and Cresm.and phpice Creamery. Butter. Velvet Ice Cream The Let abridge Creainerj' Co., Ltd. Phone 584 S01 7th St. South Lethbridjge. MARKFTS IvIrauiVLiliJ WEDNESDAY'S-GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Sept. 9. Opening and closing prices on the grain exchanges today' were Open Close Oct. 1.15-J l.Hf 1.16j May-........................... 1.231- .Oats- 52i- Dec'; 514 53-J- Oct........... 1.34 1.34 Dec, 1.36 May 1.37 CASH PRICES No. 1 No. 3 Nor................... 1.13 J Oats- No. 2 G. W................. 53f No. 3 C. W................. 52J No.-S......... 1 iV. W. C........... Ncv 2 C. W................. MINNEAPOLIS 1 1.31-J Lethridge, cloudy.. Edmonton, rainiug 41! Calgary, clear...... 5S Medicine Hat. fair 68 44 .06 Red Deer, 49 37 Prince Albert, cloudy.. 5S 54 Jloose Jaw, clear.... 62 49 .03 i Regina, clear 68 4t> Brandon, cloudy 6S -IS Winnipeg1, cloudy.. 72 46 Port Arthur, clear.... 62 36 Cool and unsettled -weather has been general throughout.the prairie provinc es.. Rain has taJlen more heavily in a few places ia Manitoba, and showers have occurred iu Saskatchewan am Alberta. Forecast Showery; Thursday Some local showers, hut partly fair. Saskatchewan and local showers, but partly fair today and on Thursday. CITY AND DISTRICT Will Hold Fair Warner win hold its annual fair this year. The dates are October 1 and 2. Calgary Clergyman a Visitor Rev, J. Lambert Alexander of Cal- gary is a visitor in the city today. New Councillors Tony Ppndelicfc, George Ritchie and Harry, Clark have been chosen to fill acaucies in the Coleman Town Coun- Going to the Front F. G. Grahani of Coleinah, has re- ceived ivord that uis'-ivro sons, Charles and Arthur, who are now ia Nelson, had enlisted for immediate service ia Europe. I. 0. G. T. Meeting The Hope of Letnbridge and Onward lodges will meet on'IMday evening at S o'clock prompt.in the E'irst Bap- tist church hall. .Initiations and c er important will, be trans- acted. A full attendance of members is requested. Notice to the Public Contrary to a minor that has been circulated, we are not clos- Jng.up any of our branches. Our tetjibridge branch will continue a complete Oils, Greases; Disinfectants and Sani- tary Supplies. We are .able to give you good service on all our lines. and 1834 The Continental 'Oil Co. Leth Ghie r holiday t 'Teamsters Have to Pay Two city teamsters were ordered to take out a license this morning by tlie police subject to Commission ruling, and unless they can obtain "dispensation from that tody, they -will be icquired to pay ATLANTIS AT STARLAND Famous Picture Being Shown Today for thtt Last Time a six-part photo-play tak- en from Gerhart Hauptmann's well- known'book of the.same title, is being offered, at Starland for ths last time tonight. This1 is a most vivid production of the j Empress of Ireland and the Titanic disasters. The thrilling scene of the picture is the wreck of" the Roland, and the panic among the passengers as the'doomed ship sinks. This is a StrOIlf rif- g f g Convincing to a degree that haunts .tliB mind. Bits of comedy are injected here and there which liven the picture up. A perform- ance by the armless in the character 'of Arfhiir'Stoss, who is ex- ceptionally clever with his feet is amusing' There are many beautiful natural scenes, heightened by the ex- cellent photography of the Great Northers. This extraordinary attraction is a subject that can be seen more than still be-followed with even interest' than'.the first time. Ev- Letbbridge should avail themselves of the opportunity of wit- nessing this, the greatest.feature pro- Canada. Full Dinner 12 .to 8' 25 cents Pie and CoSec lOc Short Orders at all hours High Coit of Living Solved by Eating tht IIMasCafo For Sale at less than half of its original cost 1 Baby's Bed with Wool 'Mattress. 1.Electric Iron, nearly new. i Reclining Chair in Mission dak, fritli Double Mor- occo.'Leathcr Custiions. 1 Laurel CarpeT Sweepr. 85 pieces or Dishes and. Glass- wire, all assorted. 1 Plate Glass Medicine Case. '2 Galvanized Tubs, Boiler and "Wash Board. Kitchen Utensils, .'AU-'the' above'articles will be sold strictly by private sale at -71f 'AytnuevSouth, on Mon- day afternoon at Z o'clock until 8 I" the evenmfl. Warner's Consolidated School Warner's consolidated school is in operation, though the new building is not yet complete. The teachers are: Principal, J. L. >Vest of- Calgary; grammar, Miss Sullivan of Calgary; intermediate, Miss, Boyson of Stirling; primary, Miss McCartin of Macleod. Active The Salvation, Army's annual har- vest festival will be held on. Saturday, Sunday and Monday, September 19, 20 and 21. The display of; goods will he held on Sunday, and they will be auctioned off on ilonday. On Satur- day, the 2Sth, the ..Army; will hold a flower day. BABY REMEDIES It requires-years of experience and a high degree of expert. knowledge to make baby reme- dies that are safe but effective. There are .several among the Nyal Family Remedies design- ed for Ouly. They are made right 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 Fwwwcia Baby Powder" Antiseptic a'hd soothing Syrup con- tains opiates Every 'on_e_'of these. Is .admJr- suited ftf the -particular 1 the quar- ter ask-ed and should be in your children's medicine cabinet. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Larkspur effective application f or 'School Children's Heads. Easily, ap- plied.' 35c a bottle THE BULLETIN BOARD Notlcts for this Column ahould reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication The regular weekly meeting: of thi Board of Trade Cottnel! held tomorrow at 12.30 at the Letlibridse Hotel. Intercessory service tonight at S o'clock in St. Cyprian's-Church. Cele- bration of Holy Communion at 7 a.m. tomorrow in some church. CITY AND DISTRICT Meet at Cam rose The Alberta Union of Municipali- ties meets at Camrose on September 15 and 16. Lucky Strike Has 'Phone Telephone connection is now estab- lished between Milk River and Lucky Strike. All communities on the line between these Uvc points are served At ths Empress The Empress will show "The Sang of a comedy-drama, and TJie Widow of Red a high- class comedy tonight. Complete change of programme. Brother1 in 'Calgary Capt. B. R. W. Jones of the Che- shire ".Regiment, amongst the casual ;ies at Mons, is reported missing. He IB a brother of C6I. E. West Jones of Calsarr. J. D; HIGIN BOTHAM e6x AND flrrivii, .CHEMISTS, AMD ORliliCISlS Hudson's Bay Here 'H. S. Biirbridge, commissioner, and J S.'BraidTvood, the'Huds'on's Bay Co., visited the lo- cal branch today, and expressed them- selves as well pleased with conditions in the city. Miami Farm in City A. and B. E. Pearson, .managing director oC the Mi- ami 'Farming Co., which has a large farm at. New Dayton, are in the city from Troy, Ohio. Look Who's Here Registered at the: local ;hotelg today are: L. M..Groves and Air. and Mrs. G. F. Smith, Champion; H. J. Shaver, W. G. and B. K. Bullock, Ta- faer; Fred C. _ Beresford, Macleod: Peter and John Peterson, Warner; S. Feeber, Stirling; B. Duncan, New -Dayton; L..H. Jeliff, Raley; E. L. KG" s. Suture K F Green, Avaton, G. C. H. Cooke, Altorado; Mrs. J. B. Harmer, Blalrmore; R. B. Patterson, Stirling, and C. ar. Scaddcn, Taber. Comforters Blankets Forestalling the nights, we are dis- playing the most complete line of able Ecdclotliing that we have ever stocked, WHAT YOU WANT WE HAVE At the price you feel like paying. Our stock is so Jirse that we, feel confident in -saying that -we have to suit all. DOWN ANiXCOTTON COMFORTERS in some of the prefOest Covers you. ever saw.': White and Grey Blankets, splendid valuei. We Guarantee the Prices to be Right. S6-'why-not select yours now while the stock is complete. COME IN AND INSPECT THEM ANYWAY, Standard Furniture Co. QUALITY ;FURNITJJ3E, OPP. COURT HOUSE 4th AVENUE SOUTH Look Who'sHere Some of the Tisitdrs in the city over the holiday were: K.F. Quinsey, Noble- ford; Mr. and Mrs. D. Cyr, Pihcher Creek; J. A. Jochem, Milk River; C. E. McGilien and J; H. Glynn, Warner; A. Faulkner, Iron Springs; J. Od- ette and wife, Taber; M. M. Speyer aud N. L. Graves, Minneapolis; E. Wil- liams, James Makinson and James Bartlett, Taber; Chas. Egan, Mrs. G. B, Yates, Mrs. "A. 'Wolgamott and E. Warner; B. B. Gardner, Medicine Hat; .R. B. An- thony, Raymond; J. J. O'Brien, Ray- mond; Andrew. Do'w, Coleman; Wm. Creery, Burge, Elcan; Stewart Card, Raymond. Will Finish Sewer. Work First The City Commissioners making arrangeniehts for the transfer in the agreement'' with the sinking fund of funds' to complete the sewers'covered In Local improve- ment Bylaw 40, read arid 'passed at ths council, meeting yesterday. It s the .intention of Commissioner j race to allow a .the, work the high pressure system go for a time, so that the -work on the sewers, 'which is badly needed, may proceed without .delay. The chief rea- son for changing ..the application, of the money loaned by the sinking fund lies 'in: the fact that the sewers will producers. They will cost BORN Lethbrldge, Tuesday Sept., to Mrs. Arthur Barn- sley, a.son. BUSINESS LOCALS The high cost of living BO! red by eating at the Dallas Dinner from 12 to S.-25 cwti. Pie ami 10 cenU. Short orderi 'M all hours, s f NWM PRESIDENT WILSON RAISE INCOME TAX rTVashington, Sept.. ent 'Wilson opposes an 'increase in the income tax as. part of the program for raising additional revenue for the government. :Tne Senate today pass ed the million dollar appropriation for "extra expenses of. and consular service occasioned by the European war. It has already passed the'House, and goes''to the President. Dog Men Calgary Amateur Field Trials Club holdt its First .Annual. Trialt for SETTERS, POINTERS-AND POINTER in the' vicinity of Calgary, com- mencing September 16, 1914. All-aged and Consolation. Entries close sept, 10th. Reason able .entry fees. For full information apply to CAPT. E. 8. CLIFFORD 920 19th Avenue W, Ctlgary. Phone W1413. Magistrate in Lenient Mood H. Pohlman of Taber, who was charged some days ago with false pre- tences, and who pleaded guilty to tile- charge before Magistrate Elton, came up for sentence this morning. His statement that us had four small children, residing in Taber touched the magistrate's heart, and he suspended sentence in order to allow the man to support his family. Poblmaii was so- liciting funds on behalf of the Taber hospital when he had no connection with that .institution, and 310 authority to do so. IN HEART OF CITT HOTEL SAVOY SEATTLE stares on twin ildes. fiulkljnr OataMr narble.- KJUOFEAH KAR-tl Col. Cruikshanks Visits Colonel. B. A. Cruikshanks, D.O.C. Pistrict No. 13, Calgary, is in the city today, registered 'at the Leth- bridge Hotel. Colonel Crulltshanks stated..that he was merely here on a visit wiich ivas unofficial He spent the larger portion of the day with his old friend Major.Stewart looiing over the parade armory arid the equipment He ivonld say abso- luteh nothing about any military act ivity here or In Calgary, preferring not to.give publicity to any moves or con- templated .action of the-11111113 de- partment Beit Taber at Cricket played Taber a friendly game -on Labor Day, at Henderson Park and won easily The feature of the match was -a splendid innings of 131 not out by Dr. SimniondB.: Lethbritlge hattca first and, ran up a score of 301 for five wickets, and then declared their Innf, ings closed. The home team disposed of. their visitors for 87, runs, thereby winning by 214 runs. This was..the last match of the tea son, as Calgary are unable 10 pay us a. visit owing to a number of their best, roon paying volunteered for the fVoat, The season has been a moet iuweilf'jl one for the Lethbrldgc having only ono match London, Sept 9 Sec- retarj HcKenna has Uieeii the the offi- cial bureau Iu this connection he made announcement-to- day 'that steps had been taken in the re-ojganUation of the cable censor-ship work to provide for the prompt trans mission to the "United States and i to'the-Dominions of news passed "by the censors MED OF BLANCHE Toronto, Sept 9 A dramatic scene enacted on ihc city hah on Labor Dav, just as the un- ion men uere parading past en route to the exhibition grounds, -nhen Dr. C K Hotnnsoii, the illeged siajer ol Blanche.Yorke, -the.Tamwprth dress- maker, en Julj lait, gave lumsdi up to Inspector Grew, ot the provincial police m the presence, ot his attor- Mi T C Rohine'ttp, K C and his. three George, William and J W (Robinson Robinson was taken to parliament buildings, where Superintendent Jos- eph ol the provincial police, acting'in his capacity ol provincial rolice committed Uobm son to'.jail on a charge pf murder performance of an illegal operation He will taken befoic Magistrjito Robeits again on 'Wednesday wncn Air Robinette will waive examination and permit demand to the county jail at'Napqnee BE PKETTY! TUBN GRAY HAIR DARK Look: young! Nobody can tell if you use simple recipe of -Sage Tea and Sulphur. Almost everyone haowe.thtt Sajjfl Tea and Sulphur, ed, brings back the natural color and lustre to-the hair -when faded, streak- ed or gray, also eads dJandruff itch- ing scalp and. stopa falltug- hair Years ago the only way get tifle mixture WAS to make it at. mussy and troublesome.. ".Nowadays, thy asking at any- drug 'store for -'.Wy- eth's Sage and Sulphur yon mil) get a large 'bottle ot this famous old recipe Apr about 50 cents Don't gray1 Try It1 No can tell tkat yoft jour hair, as it does it aU naturally and evenly You dampen a, sponge or soft brush with it and draw thin through your hair, taking tine small strand at a time, by morning the graj hair disappears, and after another ap- plication or two, your hair beautifully dark, tbicfc and glossy EMPRESS EN ROUTE TO DANZiG Ixradon, Sept dispatch to the Central News from ed Sunday, aays it ia stated, that? the German Emp'ess Parted Sunclij for Dan-- Of Stores. :tti., t I 01. 2oz..