Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 10, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE, TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor i a Day Hotel In Alb.rti LETHBRIDGE ;r HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIOOI The Dallas Hotel li the Boit and Moil Itnt A PERFECTLY BALANCED RATION FOR YOUNG for temples anil be convinced. 3Iade br Taylor Milling Elevator Company, Limited LETHBRIDQE, ALBERTA. Too obtain this the following dealers: .Taylor Milling 6 Elavator Co., Ellison Milling Blerator LetifrrWgo, iMllHng Elerator Co.. Jfelaon, B. C. PacMo Grata Co., Cat Lethbridsro, AJta. Medicine Hat Milling Co., Mtdl cino Hat, Alta. A. Jlsodoaili Co., Alts. Campbell, Wilson Ltthbrtdge, Alta. Home, Produce Co, Alia. Millies Co., Ltd, olne Kit, Alta, Hobin Hood Mills, Calsarr, Sugar still going up in price ANOTHER ADVANCE .TOOK PLACE YESTERDAY. ThlG makes S1.9D per Cwt, since ths war started. The regular price for 3 20-Tb sack now is We have liowcver decided that for a time we will sell sugar at a sack along ah order for'one case of Precerylng Fruit, or more at a time. Order your Peaches Plums and Pears now while you can got'ougar, at .a reasonable price. Unless sugar accompanies an order of at least one case of Preserving Fruit the wjll be Offi ce: THE GOOD HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES One 525 SHEEP For Sale BOO, 2 AND 3 YEAR OLD EWES 125. 4 YEAR OLD EWES 800, 5 TO 7 YEAR' OLDS 800, LINCOLN QRED LAMBS 43, MERINO GRADED RAMS :W1H sell-the -bunch reasonable. ROCKY COULEE. RANCH Sweet Gran, Mont. Pasteurizing Milk and Cream Kills germs but does not injure the milk Ask your doctor The Lethbridge Creamery Ltd. Phone 584 S01 7th St South Lethbridge. Notice to the Public -Contrary to a rumor that has been. circulated, we are not clos- ing. ap any of our branches. Our JjBthforWge branch will continue JiQ handle a, complete line of Oils, Disinfectants and Sani- tary Supplies. "We are able to gife 'you good service on all our 1015 and 1884 The Continental 'Oil Co. AEberti. MARKETS WEATHER Max. 63 5Iin. 15 36 36 42 46 44 41 43 45 41 .04 Lethbridos, clear. Edmonton, fair...... 52 Calgary, cloudy 6-1 Medicine Hat, clear OS Macleod, clear 62 Prince Albert, clear... 51 Saskatoon, clear..... GO Regina. clear....... ttf Moose Jaw. clear.. 71 Brandon, fair t. 70 Winnipeg, cloudy.. 56 Port Arthur, raining... 60 The weather has been soniewha warmer throughout the prairie pro vinces. Heavy rains occurred at a fei places in Manitoba and Saskatchewan It has been mostly fair and this morn it is clear; in northern Alberta i has been cool and showery. Forecast All Fair today and on Friday with a little higher temperature. THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Sept. and PITY 'VND DISTBICT clos lig prices oa the grain exchanges today were: Open Close Oct........., ...._............ 1.15J 1.13j Dec............................ 1.17 1.14. May ............._............ 1.23} 1.21 Oct. Dec CASH PHIOES Wheat- N'o. 1- Nor No. 2 Nor. No. 3 C. W C...W. Xo. No. 4 No. 1 N. W. C MINNEAPOLIS 51J SO! 501- 50} 1.15 1.12 68" Calgary Visitors Here J. G. Gwillim, Wm. Pearce and S. I> PearCE of Calgary are visitors ia the city. H. A. .Uriggs in City H. A. Driggs, warden 01 the Pro- vincial jail at Fort Saskatchewan, and former citlzen'of-Lethbridge, is iu the city on a visit. Shipped Car Fine MllkjCows Lloyd. Devms-lasLiusht'sluniie carload of dairy cows to Cranbrook and Fernie. The shipment comprised some of the best'of the recent import- ation ny this firm from Ontario. Mav Sept. Dec. CHICAGO 1.25 1.13 1.15 May........................... 1.22J- 1.22} PUTS BAN ON THE SALVATION ARMY Uear-Admira-I Sir David who commanded, the British Icrulser squadron which sank five Ger- Onaa ships oft Heligoland, 1s a Count} AVerford man and was married in VL901 to Ethel Field, eldest daughter of Ve late Marshal Field, murti million 3te of Chicago. ruil Dinner 8 cents find Coffee lOc Orders at all hours Till High of Living Solved Ing at the Los Angeles, Sai ation Army will tomorrow be refused ernussion to coliecf money, iood and lothing m> Los Angeles by the muni- Ipalicharities'commission. The order i; refusal .has beeu'fprepared, and will e.presented to Commissioner Thomas itllTof Chicago, in. charge of the Sal- t wort- m the western di the meeting tomorro'w, when will make his final formal plea fur he, continuance of army activities ereJ' It is because the commission elieves that 36 per "cent, f the army funds are used for over- ead expenses and contributions to ondon. New York and other centrer f the Salvation "Army, that the'com- mission has decided.upon this action, "he commission has uov-.'e-r to regu ate all such solicitations vested in it y the city. This power will be es- rcised to prohibit not only the solic- iiig of money, but also of food, cloth: books and other articles, which Salvation. Army in the past has old in industrial section stores in the ,rger' cities of the country. Action also'-wil! he taken, the com- isslon "announced, to regulate the fed Cross and similar campaigns for mtributions nov being carried on in e interest' of -various belligerent Countries in the European war. Pojice Court Fred McKay was. sent _up_ to the bar- racks thfs morning- by Magistrate El- ton for thirty, days for stealing a ride on the C.P.R. Steve Illuk laid terday against Mike al- leging that he threw bricks and sunes through ths IHuk: windows.- -Illuk just thought that Swedenski was his man, but wasn't quite sore. Swedenski was found Innocent and dismissed, while Illuk was called; upon to. pay for his mistake by forking over the costs of the court, BABY REMEDIES It requires years of experience and a high degree of expert to make baby dies that are safe but effective. There are several among the Nyai Family Remediss '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. Nyal's Teething Syrup. Nyal's Teething Lotion to rub on the gums, Nyal's Soothing Powders. Nyal's Talcum or Baby Powder Antiseptic- arid soothing. Nyal's Soothing Syrup con- tains no opiates. Every ona'pf'-'-Uiese is-admir- ably to :fp the particular purpose. They are each, '.vorth the quar- ter, asked ;and .should be in jour childrenV'medicine cabinet. The Red Gross Drug Book Co., Limited 555 Third Health Insurance possessed night necessities A good Wattr Bottle A good Fountain Syringe A good Atomizer j_ "We guarantee our "Maximum, Monogram, and Am e.ricah Beauty Rubber Goods for. two years and. have a complete stoclc. ALBERTS PIONEEH DRUGGISTS J.D.HlGlNBOTHAM fiCO. T; MMV" WHOLESALE ANDRE.TAIL CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS IN EFFECT For Sale at less than half of its original cost I'Babv-'s White Enamelled Bed with Wool 'Mattress. 1 Electric Iron, nearly new, I Morris .Reclining -Chair in Mission' with Double Mor- occo Leather Cushions. 1 Laurel Carpet "Sweeper. So .pieces of Dishes and Glass wft.re, all assorted. 1 Plate Glass Medicine Case. 2 Galvanized Tubs, Boiler and Wash Board. Kitchen Utensils AH the above articles wili be 'sold strictly by private sale at 712'6tft Avenue South, on Man afUrnoon at 2 o'clock until ,8 o'clock fn the evening Cheap rates on hay and Iced to poiuts in the south oi Alberta and irom any point in. the .hree western provinces come into ef- ect So far as southern Alberta is con- cerned, the rates .apply to any point Letwttn Chin and Walsh, and to any point between Judson, and Foremost on the Lethbridge- Weyb urn line. This means that hay and grain for feed may he shipped from any point in Manitoba, Saskatcfaetvan cr. Alberta, to any of. the places named. The re- striction of the apjilication ca the lines south of the city will be some- what of a surprise, as it was .gener- ally supposed that the C.P.R. woiild extend these rates to farmers on tha Coutts and Cacdston Under present regulation, however, they do not apply to any points in the soufh except those on the .main line from Chin to Walsh, or on the Leth- hndgc ttethurn from Judson to tore- most, The apph on straw, haj, feed, oats, barley, wheat and pota- toes f-hipment4 mitsfe he consigned to government agenU, citnct TroUn- cial or agricultural asso- ciations, or hone Tide farmers. The late IK practically halt. of the ordin- ary tariff, and is. guaged on a mile- age hasis For 30 nuler the rate on, straw and ha? is 3 cents a hundred j and for heat, oats, barley and potatoes, r> cents a hundred Up to 50 miles the ra.tes are 5 and 6 re- spectively, 05 6 and ,7, and 130 miles 7 and 8 cents The. tariff applies on shipments-, of hay and gram fco'm the irrigated sec- tion east. oi the the distticts west ami south fiij the territories mentioned, or Jroni iay 6ther BUSINESS LOCALS The high cost of living solved by eating at the Dallas Cafe. Dinner from 12 to S, 25 cents Pie ant! Coffee 10 cents. Short orders at all hours. Frank Waddingion. will hold an. auc- tion sale or very superior Household Furniture at No. 1217 5th. Ave. South on Thursday, Sept 17th Book this date and watch for further announce ment. THE BULLETIN BOARD for this Column reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Regular meeting of the Canadian Order of Foresters in the K. P. hall p.m. this evening. Please attend Initiation, and other important busi ness. Court Unity No. 9311 of the Ancien Order of'Foresters will hold their reg ular. faceting in St. Mary's Parish hal tonight at S p.m. Every member is re quested to make a special effort to present, as business of importance w 36 discussed. Visiting members aro cordially invited. CITY AND DISTRICT Good Play Coming to the Bijou Everyone, and more particularly the old country Scotch will be pleased to learn that "A Woman's the dramatic adaptation Sir Scott's greatest story "The Heart of as enacted by the Fa- mous Players' Stock Co., will be pre- sented at the Bijou on Friday and Sat- urday. The picture tells the story of the lives of two girls, Jeanie and Effie Deans, daughters of old David Deans, a thrifty Scotchman and strict church member, living near Kdinburgh. Its nn inspiring story that lays bare the suf- fering heart and noble soul of a cour- ageous woman. Cavalry Men Drill _____ The cavalry men had their first ride last evening. There was a good turn- out of; men with horses, and as many more. Without, who are.anxious to join if horses. Mr, Du- pen. of New Barnes coal has offered five horses to re- ponsible men, -who will feed and care for them. -Are there any more men who have spare horses, and who ap- prove of this worthy movement "who I do likewise? K_so, please advise Major Burnett, G22' Sixth avenue "w-hp will guarantee that; the ibrses will 'receive, no rough usage The drills will only last one hour, two sr three times a week. It Is believed this movement will be of great benefit should there be a call for-a mounted corps, as all those men who are drill- ing, are a fine, able and eligible body. The next drill will Friday night at 7 o'clock sharp. The Inner part of the wheat berry ground, .b.olted and dressed by the most'modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent, millers. J. W. Dykes, art instructor in. the Calgary schools, Is, dead. Mrs. G. A. .Calgary, -died at New Haven, Conn. FIRST BRITISH SUPERIOR-GENERAL, F.C.J. The election of the Superior-General of the Faithful Gompanicao of Jeaub ;ook place at Brussels on August 2. The election was presided over.by. re- presentatives of the Caeflinal-jVmh- jishop of Mechlin, and resulted in the unanimous election of the Rev. Moth- er Phiiomena formerly ProvT ncial of the Canadian Province of the Congregation, and for the last few ears assistant to the ,iate Mother- feneral. _the Rev. Mother Zoe Girqd. The election has given universal sdt sfaction." Rev. Mother Phiiomena is ;he first British subject placed at the lead of the congregation. Rev. Mother Higgins is at present staying at St. Aloysius' Convent, Clar- endon square, N.W., that house being the most central from which to direct the affairs of the Order during the Work has commenced on Bassano's new pOBtoffice. Uberta, toba. gr "Mani- AUCTION SALE Saturday Afternoon 2.30 Instructed by Mr. is.returning East, there will be sold by Public Auction and without as a quantity, of Super'or HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE which has, been removed for convenience of site irom his resi- dence. North, Lethbridge, Brass Bed complete with Coil Spring and Felt Mflttress; Oak Sideboard; Oak Extension Table; Dining Chairs, Sanitary Lounge Oak Dressers and Stands, Splendid Cook Stove; Solid .Oak Dining Suite comprising Dining Table, act Chairs and Buffet, Mis- sion Oak Goods now invited. _._.__ __ l'_____. _. ,___ ..._ LETHBRIDGE EXCHANGE il-OOK.' A Store Full of Tremendous Bargains Friday and Saturday That thrifty housekeepers will not overlook SUNLIGHT SOAP. 7 Cakes LIQUID VENEER Regular ,25e....... 25c 15c BRASS WASH BOARDS Regular 76c........... NURSJNG Regular 50c DISH PANS Special 10c COLLAPSIBLE PAPER Very Special IOC NAIL SCRUBS 2 for TOILET PAPER 6 Rolls 5c 25c The Red Corner BRI.CE A, AVE. A 6th STREET. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE YOCB Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policies or other valuables in one of these boxes VOB F UfiTVEK mrOEVAltOti APPLY TO Lethbridge Branch T. Brymner, Mgr. THE AUSTRIAN TRAGEDY The murdered Archduke, his wife and family.'at; a review. Emperor Francis Joseph at the wed-( ding of the new heir. KING GEORGE V. IN MOVING, PICTURES. STARLAND FIRST AND ALWAYS Room and Board FIRST CtASS ftOOM AND BOARD PER-MONTH. MEAL TICKETS, 21 MEALS W.80. MOST UP-TO-DATE HOTEL IN.CITY. CALL AND INSPECT ROOMS. The King's Hotel ,T. A.