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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor 11.25 K Hotol In AlturU LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHCRIDOE' The Dallas Hotel It and Moil lint FlMt H All tie goodness of the finest wheat grown nourishment' in the wheat and to get bert liKttts in making has fceen accomplished in PBEDE'OF ALBERTA AND MOTHER'S FAVORITE Ttqse Flour. They make bread taste gvci. Try them. Taylor Miffing and Elevator Co., Limited ALBEflTA. D SI f W HE For Sale AND -a YEAR OLD EWES 1J5. 4 OLD EWES SSG, 5 TO J YEAR OLDS gOC, LINCOLN BRED LAMBS 43, MERINO ORADED RAMS "tVfil sell bancb reasonable. "V gwast Mont No Germs In Fasbsarizssl Milk ana Cream You may as "well be Ask your doctor Tkc Creamry Co., Ltd. Phone 7ih St. LethbrWoe, Good' YleJite at Fishhurn ,Tfa9'bsst yields offbeat in the Fish- Iwim district are those of Tweedie EJ-OE.-, witfi fall .wheat 35 bushels and spring "wheat 33% bushels to ttoe acre, and mostly grading'No. 1 and 2. Notice to the Public Gontraiy to a rumor that has bMft. circulated, we are not clos- (ng UP any of our blanches Our Lethteridge branch continue to handle a complete line of Oils, Greases, Disinfectants and Sani- tary Supplies. tVe are able to dbra you good service on aH oar and 1W4 Hie Continental Oil Co. Full Dinner 12 to 8 25 cents tie and Coffee lOc Short Orders at all hoars Tin nign ban Lrvlnj ky ttw Dallas Cafe ice Cream Eor Fancy Bricks of superior quality made from pure rich, cream and the finest ingred- ients, try Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 527 13th St. S. CITY AJV5) DISTKICT Died at Medicine Hat Jack Blalte, son of F. S. Blake. Cow- ley, died at Medicine Hat, where hev was on the staff-of the Bank Oi Com- merce. Goes to Calgary H. in the Bank of Commerce, Pincher Creek, .has been transferred At Pincher Creek Branch Moore of Grassy Lake is fill- ing the position- -ledger keeper in the TTn-Icn Pincher Creek, re- cently vacated by Ubyd Wright. Peaches Getting Scarce and Prices Have Advanced Althou.ch prices have advanced 15c n caso we have only'advanced our price Be. nt Icnet for today, hut cannot'tell how long .we can keep this up. Better place your'order now and not bo disappointed. PEACHES, FREESTONES, por cite GREEN pound............4c ITALIAN PRUNES, heavy GREEN pound RIPE pound, casts .........SOc pound cases 20-pound Sack Sugar with order for one Caso Preserving Fruit or over for Additional sugar, 20 pound sacks, 15c 95c THE GOOD CO. Store HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phene 525 WEATHER "jlaXi Min. Lethbridge, cloudy.... 53 35 .01 Calgary, cloudy 52 3S Medicine Hat, fair.....4S 42 .02 Macleod, fair........ 53 S4 Red Deer, clear...... 50 30 Saskatoon, cloudy.. 51 40 Moose Jaw, cloudy 49 42 Reffina, .cloudy...... 47 .42 Brandon, fair........ 80 Winnipeg, fair....... 50 Port Arthur, cloudy 52 32 .34 The weather has heen warm in southern Manitoba, with high winds and a few light showers. In Saskat- chewan, and Alberta cool with high winds and heavy rains at several plac- es. Severe sleet storm occurred in the Swift Current section. Forecast All fair and cool to- day and on Tu.ssday, but some scat- tered showers. CITY A3ST) DISTBICT Leaves Bow Island A. Lee of Bow island is managing the. Taylor 'Milling Co. elevator "at Vul- can. Back from "Coast L. Kimhall returned this morning from a three-week's business trip to coast points. Buy Welling Elevator The Ogilvie Milling Co. has purchas- ed Heuinger's elevator at -Welling Frank Forsythe. of Magrath- is in charge. Accident at Winnifred .Medicine Hat News: While Mr. Kerns, a WinnHred was un- loading potatoes 4a a cellar in that town yesterday, he fell down into the cellar and fractured his sfcull. "He was brought to the city and is under the care Dr. Smyth at the General Hos- pital. He is -still unconscious, but there are hopes oi his recovery. -Pincher. Cctek Wedding German Trade With Canada. Mr. C. Hamilton Wickes, British Trade Commissioner, of 3 Beaver Hall square, Montreal, Que., in con- nection, with "Germaii Trade with. Ca- states that he will be. pleased to receive samples of anv goods which have been Imported from Ger- man, or Austrian markets to .Canad- ian dealers in and will ae glad to endeavor to Secure, from Bri- tish firms quotations en similar arti- cles for Importers requiring such goods. It is also desired that firms holding German or agencies with Tvhcm they may be obliged to sever their connection, will gladly be put in communication with British manufacturers of similar material: with a view to. such firms .taking up British agencies, instead of German CURE THAT CORN YOU can get rid ot your corns in a few 'be entirely free.from corns in the If you'll use our DB. HOWARD'S CORN CURE It; is" a harmless preparation, but.-it "removes' the corn every time.; You can wear your shoes and keep about your duties wliile the' -remeds- is loosening the lorns. The Red Cross Drug Book Co, Limited Brush Up We are. placing on sale our large assortment oi! Kent's (Eng- and Maurey-Deschamp's (French.) BRUSHES. As we are cutting 25% from the price of .each and -every brush it will pay 'you to-buy- MOW again or future needs HAIR, j) .TOOTH, i, BATH, COMPLEXION, NAIL, MILITARY, AND BINATION SETS To 'he brief, every sort .of Brush. Look at our window dis- play. COM- XfJ) DHIJ6CI5T5 A Quiet wedding was celebrated at Austrian agencies already held by the home of Mr. and Mrs. S P. Hunter, and that any person or firm e ome o r. an rs. uner, south of Pincher Creek, oa the above day evening, September 9, their second daughter, Ethel D., -was united In marriage to -.Otte-J. -R. Schoening, highly "respected and prosperous farmer oommnnity. The Allan line, Tusinian. from Liv- erpool -was reported due at Montreal this morning, passengers should reach Lethbridge September 19. George was reported due Montreal September 14, she carried 359'first, 250 second and 274 third- class passengers, We Serve tlie Best Meal In-the city.. Newly opened .and everything up-to-date Private. booths-tor .ladleB. The Home Cafe LMSiFittH.'Street. receive immediate attention. Jackson's Water Glass foi 1-ltj tins...... 25c 17-ft Jackson Co. Prescription Drug Store Lethbridge, Alberta. Is a Lance Corporal According to P. V..Stew- arl one the .Raymond at Valcartier has -been raised to the rank of lance-corporal. BUSINESS LOCALS The sale advertised by Frank i.Wad. dington to take place at.p-1217 5th Avenue South has-ibeen postponed one month. Private sale 6f all my household ef- fects tonight it 712 6th 4vp S MX prices will goods. Call and see for yourself. The high cost u? living., solved by- eating at the Dallas Cafe. Dinner from 12 to 8, 25 ctiTjtft, pie and Coffeo 10 cents. Short.-orders at all hours. WHAT TOVEAT.AND WHERE TO EAT. IT'S EASILY AN- .SWERED BY ALL WHO HAVE TRIED The Commercial Oyster and Chop House 210 5lh STREET SOUTH '.LOTS OF GOOD THINGS SUBJECT TO YOUR UP SERVICE PERFECT Of HIGH For Sale at less than half of its original cost 1 Bahy'a White Enamelled Bed with Wool Mattress 1 Electric Irimj nearly new. 1 Morris Reclining Chair In Mission Oak, with Double occo -Leather Cushions. 1 Laurel Carpet'Sweeper. 85 pieces of Dishes and Glass- ware, all assorted. 1 Plate Glass Medicine Case 2 Galvanized Tubs, Boiler and Wash Board, Kitchen. Utensils. AH the above articles will be sold strictly by private sale at 712 6th Avenue South, en Mon day afternoon at 2 O'clock until 930 o'clock in the evining THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices fop this Column ahould reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication The Loyal Order of Mooso, No. 792, meet tonight in their new hall, inbotham block, at S p.m. VisiUug brothers "velcome. St. Cyprian's Church chapters of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew meet in the Parish room, the juniors at 7.30 and the seniors at S.lu. CITY AND DISTRICT .Located at Oyen E. Doberer, formerly of Macleod, is n" engaged in business at Oyen, AJ- bertn. 'Goinq to Guelph School Myron Holmes of Raymond leaves this week for Guelph, Out, where he will resume his studies in. the Ontario Agricultural College. Worried About Son The parents of Junius Anderson of Raymond, who was in Germany when hostilities broke out, have not heard a 'word from him for two months, and much anxiety is felt. Crsnbroek Sheriff been received In this city announcing the death of F. R., Morris, provincial constable 'and sheriff at Cranbrook for.tae past sixteen years. He. "was sixty-two years.of .age, and leaves a wife and family to mourn'his loss. He was formerly a member of the Mounted Police. Try a Sack Tken You'll Know Room and Board .-FIRST CLASS ROOM AND BOARD FROM PER MONTH. MEAL TICKETS, 21 MEALS MOST UP-TO-DATE HOTEL IN CITY. CALL; AND INSPECT ROOMS. The King's Hotel 13th STREET NORTH. T. A. SENTRY SHOT BELGIANS Some Mix-Up at C. P. R. Bridgt at Chatham Results in Unfortunate Accident Chatham. Ont., Sept. Bel- gians, (Rene and Benoit. Sterck; bro- BY ROYAL CANADIAN ENGINEERS jthera, were shot, the former through "the leg and the latter through the.sJm, by. a guard at tie C.P.R. the-Thames river, here Saturday night. The men were taking.a short.cut to AT CANADIAN CAMP- AT VAL- CARTIER MARKED MONDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, Jlan., Sept. op- ening and. closing prices on the grain exchanges today were Open May 114% December 107% October October December October. 13214 November December, 136 osing Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern Oats- No C No. 3 C. W. Ex. No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed. Flax- No. 1 N...W. No. 1 Man. Close -117% 105% 105% 47 46 Vt The history of the establishment, or 'alcartcr milltan tamp li a record .their uome just outside the Uty and __ _ n ajilWs irerA flrpd after a few compiled with tire sentry s order dian Northern railway transformed 'Hands up an insignilic.ant liag station sen ing a small.Trisli colony, in to an ant terminal point with twenty miles! the bank.-Another squad ol men. con- o( railwav sillngi g vuig a it on to tie niter -uheic it impctis to the establishment oi the U as taken in charge still another camp, anil expediting the unent I ind Jloated out to the front of the men .ind materials which went j line The pier diawji qtilckU to male tins clt; cf thuty thousand souls. now comes nuws oi a bridge building record made h> the men of the Royal. Canadian Engineers under the illrc-tion oi "Vlajol Bethune Lindsn ff Winnipeg Ihe Jacques Catticr Uiver separates the main to-position, and as many nicn as couldwork with freedom soon had the flooring spiked down Ihc acluil bridging commenced at eight o. cloclv the span was complete at ten- min- ates .after twelve. The extra ten min- utes .for by the..fact that on cue or two ocLision" pass camp from the artillers practice ing bod es of c thtr troops nccesatat grounds it the ha e of Mounts lleene ed a temporary cessation of and Irene. Across this 350 feet of j operations. the Royal Canadian Bngi Co! Burstall Director of Vrtillerj neers built within four hours a bar-j at the tamp usiled the wotk durmi; September Chicago Wheat Open December Ma> Septembf December May .104% 107% 11514 Minneapolis Wheat 105M 108% 106 107% 97% .48 47 47 4V 128% Close 102% 105 111% 102% 112% rel pier pontoon bridge capable of corning, batteries The major am! his" three hundred men with that well ordeied efflciencv which characterizes the effort of tht the morning and expressed his iston ishmcnt at the progress enroled Or thnaril it s a good day's work to throw a bridge oi this clais across a three hundred foot stream. Col. :O British bred The rice for the record, O Maunsell Director General of rn started with the Canadnn Northern gmeeung Service in Canada who railwaj The inateriMs barrels [attached to headquarters at Oitawa nlanlmg etc were freighted on to also paid close attention to the task the giound with remarkable despatch land was nktlv pleased with the re The casks were made watertight the tmhcr wab male ready the foot tank cut down to provide an cas> gfade for traffic and the actual t st was on suit. Col. Morrison, Ottawa, of '.the service hurried a gun across the bridge wjien compltted DS its ctliciencj at once With out doubt the brother officers oi JIi I here was nevei a hitch One party jor Lintlfaij in all branches of the of men lashed the barrels to the service were extremely gratified at heavy planks anil as soon as thitjtbe efficicnc} and despatch of the ofcration was complete another par men making up the Roial Canid in tv lifted the pier and tarried it down1 En0meers at tbe blg_camn ___ LOCAL MARKETS No changes in the local markets' have beer? recorded since Saturday. The grain prices have remained sta- tionary, in spite of expectations to the Local grain men expect fluctuations almost hourly, as the world's market is in a very unsettled state. GRAIN No. 1 Nor. 91 No. 1 Red 89 No. 2 Nor. SS wo. 2 Red 86 No. 3 Nor.....85 No. 3 Red 82 OUti-No 1 C V, 37 LIVE STOCK cows, 5c. heifers, ojc. MUTTON-Ewcs, 5c.; wethers, ..oi to Cc.; veal. 7c. 10c.; springs, loc.; bogs, 7 to 8c. timothy aod alfalfa, alfalfa offered to hjue-joint, (none of- ..VEGETABLES Potatoes, per cwt, carrots, 2c per ft cab- bajcs, Ho per lit, beets 2c on ions, turnips, Ijc DAIRY PRODUCTS-Buttsr 20e por lb egge 1760 per case, cheese, 18J to 18J per Ib Auction Sale Of Household Furniture AT 404 13th 81 N DOOR TO P BURNS' BUTCHER SHOP Wednesday September 16 i AT 2 P. M. the owners I will sell the. following without, re- serve 1 Oak Extension Table Leather heated Diners, 1 Golden Oak Buffet 1 Wardrobe 2 Centre Tables upholstered in Velour .1 Chiffonier. 1 Chest.of" Drawers 2 and Siands 1 Mahogany Rocker 1 Solid Oak Rocker Several Small Rockers 2 Iron Beds, Springs and Mat trewei, 1 Heavy Iron Ded with -lirass ;Tiimnings 1 Tapofl'ry Carpet 2. Wool .Gamete. 1 Washing Machine r ace Curtains and Linoie im Quantity of China and Glass- ware Kitchen Utensils One 4hole Cook Stoic One 2-hdIe, Laundry Stove 1 Carpet Sweeper One OOdar Mop W L. 't r.t ;