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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WH8N IN LETMMIMI I The Dallwrllatel It the Beit Moit All the goodness of the finest wheat grown To bring but the real milling nourishment in the wheat and test results'in making has been accomplished in PRIDE OF ALBERTA AND MOTHER'S FAV.ORITE These bwwis-are-not ordinary Hour. .It makes fcread taste good. Trj'it. MADE BY Taylor'Milling and Elevator Co., Limited Preserving and Pickling Season nearly over for Jlus year Poaches Pears Plckllnjt Cucumbers, Large- Cucumbers Ripe 'lomittoes, Groen Tomatoes should ho put. uj> right now. while Italian Prunes ami Crab Apples 'follow .clojolv We have a Hno assort uietu at the most reasonable prices for tomorrow, Saturday. Let us have your Fruit Orders now, RIPE basket .'25c RIPE case ..............-SOo GREEN pound.............4c GREEN pound..............16c PICKLING pound ........10c LARGE LARGE case ...........95o CRAB large case PEACHES, case ........95c PEACHES, basket......30c BARTLETT 45-lb. case BARTLETT basket ............35c ITALIAN cases ...........95c ITALIAN basket GRAVENSTEIM for eating or cooking, 5 pounds for ...................25c; basket...............15o pound ..............SOc" CALIFORNIA TOKAY pound..SOc CALIFORNIA TOKAY basket..90c CRAB APPLES-r-Per .small case Fordcs, 2 for.......-85c B C. pounds MAGRATH'-'CREAMERY Ibs for 65c 2Mb. Sack Sugar with an order tor one or more cases Preserving Fruit for 51.50. Sugar sold without the Fruit will be the end of next week we expect a shipment'of NECTARINES for pre'sen-lng. Watch our announcement for same. Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 WEATHER Max 68 Jlin. 40 .01 36 40' SHEEP For Sale 500, 2 AND 3 YEAR OLD EWES 128. 4 YEAH OLD EWES 800, 5 TO 7 YEAR OLDS (00, LINCOLN BRED LAMBS 43, MERINO GRADED RAMS TVill sell the fcunsh reasonable. ROCKY COULEE RANCH Sweet G rats, Mont. Get Pasteurized Milk Saves boiling and kills germs IT'S GOOD FOR CHILDREN Ask Tbe Lethbridge Creamery Co., Ltd. Phone 584 S01 7th St. south Lethbridge. Notice to the Public Contrary .to a -rumor, ttat has circulated, we are not clos- ing ap any of oar branches.. Our Lethbrldge branch will continue to bandle.a complete Oils, Greases, Disinfectants and Sani- tary StppHes. We are able to fiarrlce. on. all 1884 The Continental -Oil Co. Full Dinner 12 to 8 25 cents Pie and Coffee lOc 'Short Orders at all hours Thi High Coit of Living StlvetJ i by it the Dallas Cafe "SONG IN .THE DARK" AT THE EMPRESS This is the .pathetic story in two feels of the sorig.pC a bird and the song ot a blind, and sang thVh'etter for the affliction. There1 is a pleasing, plot and touching pathos whole two reels. At the Empress tonight and tomor- row, matinee and evening. See th-s Cauue of the War Motion pictures -.will be shown to- night of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of -Austria, "whose assassination set the whole world at war. .-BUSINESS LOCALS The living solved by eating .at: the Cafe. Dinner from '12 to 8, 25 Pie and Cofieo 10 cents. "Short orders at all hours. i Frank TTaddington will hold an auc- tion sale very superior Household Furniture at No: ,1217 5th Ave. South on Thursday, Sept "17th. Book this date and watch announce- ment. Private'sale of. all my household effects next Monday attbrnoon and evening at 712 fith Ave. S. The -prices l sell these goods, with a salesman auctioneer. Call and see. Read For-.Sale adv on hack page of this 9ap.er. Y- Ice Cream IPor .fancy Bricks of superior quality made from pure, rich cream fti-fl the finest ingred- ients, try Cryslal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 627 13th St. S. a great deal to a woman to know that her garment it lined with Thn it the molt beautiful and moil durable tatin lining to weai two Kascni. ..A3 our better grades of suits, cloaks and furs are lined with Satin. Ask to see he Bentley Coa Lethbridge, cloudy Edmonton, cloudy.... 64 Calgary, cloudy 70 Medicine Hat, fair.. 46 Macleotl, cloudy..... GS 4? Red Deer, cloudy.. 6? UO .IS Prince Albert, fair 62 -14 Saskatoon, fair...... 71 Moose clear.. 76 43 Regina, clear.. 72 41 Brandon, fair...... 40 Portage, clear 72 oO Winnipeg, clear..... 7-1 44 Port Arthur, cloudy ..64 50 .40 In Manitoba and Saskatchewan the weather has been mostly fine and warmer. In Alberta there has been local frosts In -northern-districts, and a few showers Forecast Manitoba and j and moderately, today and on Saturday fair today and on Saturday, but a few scattsred showers. CITY AND DISTRICT Donate One.Day's.Pay The Customs "officers of'the port of. Lethbridge ports are donating one day's pay to the Patriotic" fund, Gasoline Cheaper Gasoline In tlie city is no longer mixed with the :rarified atmosphere in the heavens, according to H.T. Hen- derson, vho says that the price of a gallon of the water with a kick to it is now 30 instead of 35 cents. BEEF, IRON and WTNE (Peptonized) This is a delicious tonic wov.th trying. We never ask anyone to buy the .second -bottle-Mliey always buy, it without, asTiing. Delicious ju taste, it contains iron ,ta enrich', the peuton.- ized. to feed tite tissues' and: Choice1 wine as an appetizer If feel -norn-ont, tired arid run-down: you rieted-a tonic: .you 'co'uldn't.find" a better one ttmn.this. great deai.of all Nyal reme- dies it ia of highest quality. We can sell 'you cheaper but yon win be glad you paid for -NyaFs The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited ThlH Avk; THE BULLETIN BOARD. Notices fop this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the'day of publication The cavalry squad will parade for drill at 7 sharp this evening. The infantry companies, under Lieuts. Hodgson and Filmer, will par- ade for instruction tonight at the Bar- racks ground. GITY AND DISTRICT Back from Enaland Hon. Duncan Marshall- has arrived from England, and is at present in Ontario. Board of Health Met -A meeting of the Board of Health was held yesterday afternoon la the council chamber. Routine business was the order. Police Court W.'H. Wheatcroft appeared in police court this with driv ing aa automobile without a license, and with- reckless driving. He was fined ?5.00 and costs on each charge. George Nogi, an oldtimer in the d. and d. column of the charge book, was fined -S5.00 and costs for committing a- nuisaace. Look Who's Here. Among at the local hotel'Tjesterdaj are E H Maunfaell, Macleod D C Marshal! Medicine j Hat, John New Davton, W j H- Scott, Milk Hiver M Stevens Stirling, and.E. J. Fraser and "Wm. Creery, Coutts. .Presantsd With Handsome'Gift Lieut. J. principal of the .High schooli'vwho rramed-the mem- bers of the first Lethbndge contm gent of the Overseas division, was on Wednesday, night with a handsome case of pipes by Major on behalf of the hoys of the brigade who are now Val- cartier. The remembrance was for- warded to Stewart from the" camp. DIED son of Mr. and ilOl llth St. South, 110, 1914, age 3 .years.'arid il. months. 230-1 Health I nsurance Every welPregulateil home possesses these daily and night- ly necessities. A good Water Bottle A-good Fountain Syringe A good Atomizer "We Maximum Monogram, and Am Beauty Rubber Goods, for two years and have .a complete stock. j Have-You Grain-fop InQulrles: as .to the supply of grain and hay 'continue to come iu from the farmers in the south. One man in Milk River wants a carload of barley and a-carload of oats. There seems to be a plentiful supply of hav in the dis trict close to the city, but there is a scarcity of feeding grains, such as oats and hartey One man who lives miles of.town had 250 tons of hay-for sale and take a herd on.shares. 'Hls-name may be had from the editor MARKETS FRIDAY'S. ..GRAIN .PRICES Winnipeg Man, Sept op ening and closing prices oh the grain exchanges tod-- Open Close October 112K December .112% Mai October December Oc'oher November December 120 50% 43% 'I- .Closing Cash Prices No. 1 Northern........ No. 2 Northern' No. 2 C. W. No 3 C W No. 3............... No 4.......... 'i.. Flax- No. 1 N. -W. C......... No. 2 C. W. Minneapolis Wheat Open September Ill December........ 11494 May V. 122 Chloeo September 110 December 114 May 312% 118% 4s 134 135% 136M 60% 65 62 132 120 Close 111% 11454 121 H 111 Steamship Arrivals The steamship Virginian was ex peeled to dock at Quebec at 5 p m to day. Western passengers should reach-Lethbridge on Wednesday morn- ing at 4.25. SAGE TEA DANDY TO DARKEN HAIK Look years younger! Use the old- time Sage Tea ana SuJphur and nobody will know. You can turn gray faded liair heau tifuHy dark .and lustrous almost over night if you'll get a-50-cent bottle pi "Wyeth's Sage and; .Sulphur. Com- pound" at any drug store. Millions of bottles of'this Sage Tea sold annually, says a well- hers, because it dark- ens so naturally and evenly that-no one can'teii it has been ap- phed Those whose hair is turning gray, becoming faded, dry, scraggly and thin have a surprise awaiting them, because after two applications the. sray hair vanishes and'your locks become'luxuriantly dark and beauti- dandruff goes scalp itching ancl falling hair stops This is. the age of youth. Gray- haired, unattractive folks aren't.want- ed around, so get busy with Wyeth's Sage anj Sulphur tonight and you'M be ..delighted with .your dark, hand- some hair and jour youthful appear- ance Tuthin a few days. Sold by J. D. HIginbotham Co., Limited. For Sale at less than half of its original cost 1 Baby's White Enamelled Bfd with Wool -MattresB 1 Electric Iron, nearly new 1 Morris Reclining Chair In Mission Oak, Double Mol 'occo Leather Cushions 1 farpet_Sweener 85 pieces of Dishes end Glass- wore, alt assorted 1 Plate Glass Medicine Case 2 Galvanized Tubs, Boiler and Wash' Board. Kitchen Utensils. Jt the aboie articles will be sold by private sale 713 eth Avenue South, en Mon- day afternooh Hi 2 o'clocft until 9.30 o'clock In thi tvcRlnf. AUCTION SALE Saturday Afternoon 2.30 Instructed by Mr. Lloyd, who is returning East, there will sqld-by Public, Auction and without reserve, as of.Superior. m HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE 'which'-has been .removed for .convenience sale from his resi- dence North 'Lothbrldge, .including Brass Bed complete Coil Spring and Pelt Mattress, Osk Sideboard. Oak Extension DJnlng.Chairs; Sanitary Lounge; Oak Dressers and Stands; Rockers; 'Splendid Cook Stove; Solid Oak Dining comprising Dining Table, aet Chairs and Buifet, Mil- son Oak Dinlng'Table, etc Goods now on inspection Invited. LETHBRIDGE EXCHANGE WHITNEY BLOCK. Room and Board FIRST CLASS ROOM AND BOARD FROM PER MONTH. MEAU TICKETS, 2V MEALS MOSJ UP-TO-DATE HOTEL IN CITY. CALL AND INSPECT ROOMS. The King's Hotel 13th STREET NORTH T. A. Comforters Blankets Forestalling tbe chilly are dis- playing the most complete line of Comfort- Bedclothing that we have ever stocked. WHATlYOU WANT WE HAVE the price you feel HLe paying Our stock is so large that ve teel confident an Baling that we hale prices to suit all DOWN AND COTTON COMFORTERS in some the prettiest Others you ever and Grey Blankets, splendid values. Wrc Guarantee the Prices to be Bight. So why not select yours now while the stock is complete C'OMEf'IN AND INSPECT. THEM ANYWAY. Standard Furniture Co. (HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE OPP. COURT HOUSC 4th AVENUE SOUTH We Have What You Like! -r i f f i. Because cvetjliiino- on the mavlcefc. For tomorrow you1 can solefcl from the choicest TURKEYS, CHICKENS, DUCKS, LAMB, PORK, COOKED ME ATS AND FISH We' serve Particular People. THE ALBERTA MEAT MARKET "The highest in quality not in price" R. COULTRY, Prop. Uf PHONE 492, ;