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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta I FMCE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel, Windsor tMt Dty Hotel In AJb.rt. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHBN IN The Dallas Hotel the Slit Moit Conviit- The rich flavor and all the wholtsomeness of the Harvest Field Ms-brought to you in "Pride of Alberta "Mother's favorite" N'o Bread Can Be More Nourishing than-that made with-either of these brands of flour. If house- toepers understpotf the rare and sCienttSc knowledge used In their milling; and the rich, delicious taste they give bread, they -would insist on. having them. OREER FROM YOUR GROCER, OR FROM Taylor Milling and Elevator Co., Limited Wealthy Apples, Hyslop Crab Apples All No. 1's, Quality wo have ever had, good full cases, Apples weighing 44 to 45 pounds 'net.Weight" Crab1 Apples about 40 pounds 'net weight. :Y' Special Price WEALTHY case HYSLOP case _ RUSH IN YOUR ORDERS IF YOU WANT SOME. Office: 'THF Store: Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHER Mill. 31 .10 30 .OS 3-1 3-! .06 30 .10 KJnm with the SMOOTH, ;RICH, VELVET TASTE Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 527 13th St. S. LOSSES IN BOW ISLAND BLAZE Saw Sept losses in the tim here yesterday were: Rblertaoi; 1300; Chuck Ohuen, Chinese restaurant, Dr. Mills; drug: store, J5000, and B. B.. Wtimot, "We underataod that raost of the property ivas partially covered by Ifflmmnoo, and Shut Jiie parties vho hava had this losBHfrlH ma- tsriai. Pure FOR CMldren ITS: PASTEURIZED. d Milk and Creim and OHbtM CTe.mecy Butter. Velvet JEC Cream' The Co., Ltd. St..South Lethbridge. We Serve tKe Best Meal IB opened and Prirats booths tor ladles. The Home Cafe 908 Fifth StrMt. PETEMUBPHY Starland '____________Tonight Full Dinner 12 to 8 25 cents Pie and Coffee lOc Short Orders at all hours The High Cut of Living Solved by Kiting it the Dallas Cafe MARKETS WEDNESDAYiS. .'ORAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, Man, Sept and .closing prices on the grain ex- changes today were: Open. Close Qetoisr 108% 109% December 1099i 111% 131% December ISiii 133% October ...v 47 4S% December.. 4G 4SJ-i Closing Cagn Prices Wheat- No. 1 Northern........... 110 No. 2 .Northern 106 No. 3. Northern.......... 101 ii Smuttv No 1 IGSVi 2.. 49% 4IH4 62H 3-G. W. 3 C 'U No 2 Peed No" 3 'lax- No. 1 N.W.C. 130 No. .S C.; W. 127 Minneapolis Whsat Open Close Seeeraber 110% 112 May 118 11954 Chicago Wheat ieptember 10S 109 December 109 Mar 115% 118% Max. Lethbridge, clear 46 Edmonton, fair.. 42 Calgary, fair....... 14 Medicine fair. 50 cloudy..... 44 Prince fair 50 Saskatoon, cloudy.. 53 Moose Jaw, clear.. 57 Regina, clear 60 Brandon, fair...... 71 Portage, cloudy....... ,T.l.'r Winnipeg, cloudy..... ,70. :'B2 Port Arthur, 68; 58 In Manitoba-and parts of Saskatche- wan the wep.ther has been warm dur- ing the day. Elsewhere in Saskatche- wan and in Alberta it Jias been quite cool, with frosts at night. Rain has in Manitoba and in southern Alberta.' Forecast All fair and cool to- day and on Thursday. 31 30 29 43 .09 44 B2 .38 CITY AND DISTRICT A Correction The concert to be given in Wesley church by concert party will not be on. September'21, as stated yesterday, but on October 31. Intercessory Service Special intercessory service be held in St. Cyprian's Cffurch this even- ing at S o'clock. Celebration.-of Hol> Communion at-. 7: a.m. tomorrow (Tiiursday) morning. Masonic .Meeting A regular meeting of Lethbridge Lodge No. 33, be held n the Masonic; hall, S.O.E. block, on Thursday, September ,.17; at S p.m. sharp. Visitors, welcomed. .Confer- ring degrees LOCAL MARKETS 1 Nor 90 -No 1 Red 88 :No 2 Nor 87 No I Red 35 3 Nor S3 "so 3 Rod 81 2 C W 36-i _ LIVE STOCK 5c heifers, oic. Ewes, 5c.; wethers, 5i to 6c, veal, 7c lOc springs, 7 to'80. ?13 00; timothy aod alialla, alfalfa offered 50 to blue-joint, (none of- TEeETABLES Potatoes, fer cwt carrots, 2c per Ib.; cab- per Ib bests, 2c.; on- ions, Ifc 20c, per Ib.; egas, per case; cheese, to 18J per Ib.' Casts Anchor in.Southern Albsrta O. I. Bierman, for' thirty-years a merchant in Groton, South Dakota, is visitor in mbniinE._with Dr Mr Bierman has been iu the country for some time and ihmks it is the best he his seen nywbeie has sold nut 3ns long landing interests ia Dakota to cast in his lot with the sunny south, .and will soon a permaaeai resident. and booster. Dr. Weeks reports is about completsd at Cardston." He threshed 24 bushels to oa his Quarter section :at Raley, and "states that Bishop HamiriEr of CaTdstoa has threshed 28 acres'of winter wheat that yielded 33 bushels the re cord so far. for'the south. Please Step to the Phone Modern stores provide every possible convenience for their customers. The superior serv- ice which our store affords, con- vinces people that they can trade as successfully 'by phone' as if they camo in person. A FBEE Delivery Service is maintained, .tor your conven- ience and'we want you to use it Small phone orders :re- ceiTB tne; same attention :as large ones. Let us' be your Regular'Druggists The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Choni III Thirl Avt. I THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on tho day of publication Dr. EJuatloimld will address the On ward class of St. Andrew church at 8 o'clock tonight. AND DISTRICT SPICES PURE The- difference between- good. spices" ordinary spices, as far as price is concerned, isSso little that it" is 'very poor econ- omy to 'buy any but "the very. best. After 'using burs once, you will always use'- lor the sim- ple reason it is much "in the end. oE-spicea -is- of the same hisp grade, and in dudes Black apd Red Pepper, "Cinham'oh, Cardamom, .Mace, Nutmeg, Coriander, Cloves, Allspice, Dill, 'Anise, Caraway, Celery, Laurel, Marjoram, Summer Savory, Sage and Turmeric, Curry, Chilies, Turkey Dressing and Mixed Annual Moose Concert The MCQSG have, engaged the famous Hallowoll Concert Co. ot Chicago for their annual couc'ert and dauce Mon- day, November 2. A Handsome Subscription Elliott T. Gait, well known in Leth- bridge' through his long connection I. Co., donated to the, Canadian War Contingent as- sociation- in England. Working at the East End Mr. 'H. H. Brown of Medicine Hat has-'teen appointed by the Dominion government to supervise tho relief of in the district west of Medicine Hat as far as Bow Island. 'rForeatars Won -The.Loyal Moose and the Canadian Foresters played an exhibition game oi'carpet'ljan in the Moose Hall Jast The ganie was very keenly contested throughout, resulting in a win. for Llie Foresters, score 7-11. After the game tue lobing team dined the "ebslnurst Miner Found D-sad Fryd Gendribiu, an aged miner at Coalliurar, was found dead in his shack'this morning. The Mounted Police notified, and Coroner Humphries Accompanied officers of K division. the" scene to determine an inquest was necessary Dr. Hose: of Coa'lhurst stated that iU would appear to be from natural expressed the opinion that an inquest would not be required. The deceased is not very, widely known, iriends in this country BUSINESS LOCALS ClfY AND DISTRICT A Sport at the Y.M.C.A. have just been entirely renovated, and put in, of .shape for the faJl tournamentg.-., The "Y" alley "is fche only one in town, and should' prove y popular this winter Will Hold Poultry Show A meeting of' :ion was Jield on Tnesvday evening, at b.e .htVwaE decided hotf the llth annual show ae ad- and a. building to town has Private sale, household ef- fects. See prices in'adv on 'this'.page 713 flth South from 6pm Tue- da> to 10 p m Wednesday The high of solved by. Eating at the Dallas Cafe Dinner from 12 la's, 25 cents.' Pie 10 cents. Short borders at all hours. i PEIVA.TB pnces in ady on this page 712 6th 4.ve S Sale starts 6 p.m. Wednesday all day till 10 p.m. Mountain View Oropi Good J. B of Mountain View, for merly Lethbridge, is a visitor in the dtr' today. Mr Roes says the Mountain View crops are good, and the'farmers in that district are satis- fied with their year's operations. The machinery for the Mountain View- creamery has arrhed, ar.d is being' in- stalled, so that the farmers there will eoon have an outlet fay their milk that pay them handsomely 'Nearly firmer In that 4Utricf.bas gone. In for dairy farming {9 lorae extent, and all will have their monthly pay this winter in tho form of WATCH FOR BIG SALE ANNOUNCEMENT .i IN THURSDAY NIGHTS ISSUE HAYR HARDWARE GO. Jackson's Water Glass for Preserving Eggs 1-lb tins........ 25c 17-ib Jackson Co. Prescription Drug Store Lethbridge, Alberta. Clean and P ure The inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigila.nce of most competent millers. That's muwmrin Carpet Squares and Mats FALL SHIPMENT JtfST ARRIVED And If: we do say It, they are just a little tho prettiest''we have ever shown.'.; Thoao Soft Brawns and Dark Rich Reds combine to make these the Softest uud Richest RUES you have ever seen. WILTON WOOL ANTEfeD There is nptly'ng like these Rich Floor Coverings to. add that one Homey .Touch'longed for in every home WE LIKE TO SHOW OUR STOCK Standard Furniture Co. HOME OPP. COURT HOUSE V4th AVENUE SOUTH )ITY AND DISTRICT flayer In'CamroG- Mayor Hardie has gone to Camrose to attend 'ihe convention of the Union of Aiberia Siuilicipalities; -The Mayor give an aJdress on banking tions Mr Grace is the only commis left in is acting1 as mayor. 'Chief, Justice', Contributes Premier Siftoh has -received a cable from Chief .Justice; Harvey, who.is'at present in London, England, stating that he Tvished, to join with the ernment and civil "service of Alberta and contribute" the same proportion of his salary to the Canadian Patriotic fund Private Sale 1 Sweeper at 75 Pieces "of Dishes, including Plates, all sizes, Cups and Saucers, Platters, Gravy Boat, Vegetable, Soup Bowls, Pie Plates 3 AHlk Pitchers. 3 China Cream Pitchers, We will 'sell these Dishes, "a, great many at 3 for J.Oc; oth- and up to 20c. 4 Glass Fruit Bowls at 25e each. 1 Plate Glasa Medicine Case 75c. 1 new. baby's Go-Cart, cost for 2 Galvanized Tuba, each. 1 Reclining Morris Chair, Fum- ed Oak. double Morocco Lea- ther, pushion, nearly new, .coat; sell for ,the above mentioned grinds are Jn good .condition; some of them nearly new. Sale starts at 6 o'clbclc Tuesday evening and all day Wednes- day; till 10 p.m. :F. E. McCAW 712 6th Avenue South. Board -of ;Trade Luncheon Regular meeting "of tile Council of tha Lethbridge Board of.'Trade will be held at the Lethbridge Hotel at 1230 pm tomorrow (Thuis- Chicken Thief Deported Joseph Perri, who bred Lethbridge citizens craclc chicken inspector, has departed for the balmy south, and will no mote bother their hen was sent tenced to six month's for chicken steal- completed, his term-i today, and was deported to the United Stales bj the immigration authorities Bound to Major Tcnaille, formerly In charga of a squadron of Uie 27th Light at Maple Creek, and -jvW was In thV interior of San Dominffo -when' the broke out, has joined the forces Lat Valcartibr Major Tenaille, o loff a ard small children in revolution ridden San Domingo, to being a major in the Ca- nadian a reservist m the French territorials tHIs JMIS' clear to. go to the front, but he prp ferred to go with tho Canadian rfUi- sion to the battle front rather than1 to be deputed for in France or Morocco (O LARGE AUCTION SALE OF EVERYTHING IN HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE MUST BE SOLD ON Thursday, September 17th iCOMMENCINS AT 2.30 P.M. K. OF P.'HALL STORE, NO. 427 5TH STREET SOUTH. Owner: leaving city, One Cook Hangs s rwo-'Hcating OneJ-hole.Cpal Oil Burner One Coal Oil Heater Extension Tables One -fluf One' Chiffonier Eight'Dressers .Four Wash Stands Kitchen Tables Hull Rack Ono Wardrobe One Sideboard 6 Dining Room Chairs, Leather Seated Four Rocking Chain? Two', .Sewing Machihea Stl Toilet Sets Bight Kitchen Chairs Ono Gramophone One Leaf Table' Two Centre Tables Ono Bedroojn Table Seyerali Sheets, i Four Bed Spreads Several PlliOw'Covers Bight' Pillows and Mat- presses One 'Sanitary Curtains, and Blinds CboKlhg Utensils and many oth- er articles too numerous to mention. TERMS CASH' GUS NEIDIO, Auctioneer. NO RESERVE ;