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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta MTftCE BUS TRAINS. Hetel Windsor i Day Hotel In LETHBRIDGE HERALD WHEN IN n The Dallas Hotel the Beet and Most Convtit- Uirt Clara tr The rich flavor and all the wholesomeness of the 'Field It brought to 'you in "Pride of Alberta "and "Mother's favorite" No Bread Can Be More Nourishing than that made with either of these brands of flour.' It house- teeners understood the care and scientific knowledge used in their milling, delicious taste they give bread, they would insist on having them. ORDER FROM YOUR GROCER, OR .FROM Taylor Milling and Elevator Co., Limited The kind with the SMOOTH, RICH. VELVET TASTE Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 527 13th St. S. Pure Milk FOR Your Children' BECAUSE ITS PASTEURIZED ASK YOUR DOCTOR Pasteurized Milk and Cream and Choice Creamery Butter. Velvet Ice Cream The Lethbridge Creamery Co., Ltd. Phone 684 801 7th-Si South Lethbridgs. Serve tlie Best Meal in (the city.': NewVy opened and Private booths for ladles. The Home Cafe 308 Fifth Street Full Dinner 12 to 8 25 cents Pie-and Coffee lOc Short Orders at all 'hours ne High Coit of Living Solved by Siting the Dallas Cafe FRIDAYS ..GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, Sept; and closing prices on the grain exchanges today were Wheats- Open Close Oct............................ 1.091 1.10J l.ll 1.12 May l.ISi 1.19 Oats- Oct. Dec..... Oct............................ 1-.30 1.29} Nov. L.32J- Dec. 1.34-J 1.34 CASH PRICES Private Sale HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE STOVE, DINING ROOM SUITE, CHAIRS, TABLES, BEDSTEADS, BED 'COUCH, LINOLEUMS, SEALERS, AND OTHER LINES AT 614 9TH ST. SOUTH, LETHBRIDSEi MARKETS 49 49 Xo. 3 Nor................... No. 2 Ss'cr................... No. 3 No. 1-Smutty No. 3 Smutty No.'S Smutty Oats- No. 2 C. W................. Nib'. 3 C. W................ Ex. No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed Barley- Go. 3 4 Rejected Flax- No. 1 N. W................ No. 2 C. W............. 1.07J 1.02} 1.01J 1.01J 37J 50A 49 i QUALITY THE FINEST, PRJC.E THE LOWEST. FOR SUCH QUALITY FREESTONE Per case ITALIAN IDAHO .52.40 IDAHO size -iiPE case ...............90c basket..............250 basket ..............15c GREEN pound ........'.....4c GREEN 150 Special Heavy price per case Peach boxes, each WEALTHY XPPLES-Extra Special, heavy all No.'1 stock, per case... grain or Wild Rose, Fine 2 pounds for Office: HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER' or, 16 67 SO 78 64 31 30 .08 42 -47 40 39 44 43 Lethbridgc, cloudy Edmonton, fair lair Regina, char............. Brandon, fair................. Winnipeg, cloudy Red Deer, clear 61 37 Calgary, cloudy Macleod, clear Medicine Hat, cloudy Prince Albert, fair........ Moose Jaw. clear Portare, cloudy............ 72 42 The weather .in-the prairie provinc- es has been mostly fair and warm, especially in Manitoba and Saskatch- ewan. The northern Alberta weather has leen cool with slight irosts at a few places. FORECAST and warm today and M Saturday. Saskatchewan ;and but a few- showers on Saturday. CITY AND DISTRICT A Generous Gift The Hudson-s Bay Co. has contri- buted to the Canadian Patriotic Fuiid. Two "Men at Cowley Andrew J. Snyder arid D. -R.' Mclvor, Cowley, have been appointed neglected and dependent -children "commission- ers. Game Recently appointed game' guardians are: W. C. Connolly, .Macleod; B. P. McEwen. Coleman; G. Ea- don; W. W. Fu'iler, Whitla; H. C. Phipps and Claud'Ferguson, Supreme Court Sittings The civil sittings'of'the .'Supreme Couii, tinnoupced to be held here on 47 third Tuesday :in December, -will be held on. the third Tuesday in Nov- ember instead. Step to the Phone .Modern stores provide every, 'possible convenience for their customers. The superior sary- ice which our store affords, con- vinces peonle teat they can trade as successfully by phone ;as if they came-in person. A FREE Delivery Service is maintained for your conven- ience and we you to use it freely. Small, phone orders re- ceive the game attention as large ones. _ Let L-S be your Regular Druggists The inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most" modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. Store: Phone 525 BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Infantry drill at the Barracks to- The Cavalry squad will parade for drill at 7 sharp this evening. Big Brothers' class of KnoK church are entertaining at a social evening tonight. Teachers and officers of "Wesley Sunday school mest tonight at S o' clock. Full attendance urged. CITY AND DISTRICT Bow Island Visitor ..Sir. A. S- Werts of Bow Island was a business visitor iu the citj tester The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited 181 LOCAL, MARKETS 56 Dr. Saunders Dead 5-t Pro: Wm Saunders LLD C >IG I formerly director of Experimental I 1.2SJ farms and a frequent usitor to Leth j 1.S5J bridge until a fen years, ago died at I London. Ont., a few days ago. He had i an internationarreputation as an auth- orlty upon agriculture. An aroma of fresh vegetables per- aoa d lettuce, tomatoes, onions, beets route to Cajley wnere he will r turnips all home grown, and selling in thj> future Me has taken an at -low prices. -Customers were 'pies- actu e part In a'Ours being reeve or ent in bi' showing .'that municipality and idertified tvitli market still maintains its popular- 1 other organizations for tJe welfare of ity. A -feature of the supplies was prime lot oi pork and real. There the community. Serious Case at Taber Taber Times: On two charges of rme were some fine carcasses of the for- j committing, heinous crimes against mer brought in by S. Phillips of j jTOung girls John Mclvor, a well Welland. Pork was selling wholesale known citizen of Taber, has been com- from 104 cents, and cut up from ,10 I milled for tnal Ihis wel by JIagii cents rto .15 cents. Veal was priced at: 15 cents-to 20 cents, and mutton, of- which there, -were eleven carcasses, sold from' 15 cents to 18 cents. There was-a good supply ens, .'both alive and.picked and dress- ed: There was, a glut :in the market for these, though priine birds were selling 60 cents to.70 cents; a'verage 12i to'15 cents a pound. Butter was plentiful, there being'a'supply.ot 820 pounds selliatg from'30 to 33 cents a pound, and at the Farmers' Market Exchange -at two pounds for 55 'tents.' Eggs were sold out at 30 cents a dozen. Grain 'the local mills Slave not altered since yesterday. Prices farmers locally today are trate Layton. Mclvor, who was a fam- iliar figure about the town, and who was intensely religious in outward at- titude, 'was arrested on Saturday night, and was committed to Lethbridge on Tuesday, to await trial in the Supreme Court On one the charges if found guilty, M-I.or would be liable for long imprisonment, in addition to the lash Funeral of Veteran The funeral of the la're George Ay- ers. the ex-British soldier, was No. 1 Northern '93 No. 1 Red'Ol No. 2 Northern 9.0 No. 2 No. 3' Northern 86 No. 3 Red 8-t' 6.; No. 37% LIVE STOCK 6c.; cows, 5c. heifers', 5c.; wethers, ;5J to 6c.: veal, Tc. 10c.; 15c.; hogs, 7 to Sc. S13.00 timothy aod alfalfa, alfalfa offered S PI p E AKip PURE The difference between good spctisjand as far as pr ce is concerned Is feo little'that it is--7ery poor econ.-. omj tp bu> any but the best. after using ,7-purs you TMll always use it tor the sim pie reason that it is much cheaper -in. ,tttfl' gnd Our entire stock of spices .is the same high grade, acd In- cludes: White, Black and Red Pepper Ginger Mustard Cinnamon Cardamom Mace Nutmeg Coriander Caraway Cloves Laurel. Allcpice Marjoiam OEM Curry Anise Celery C :n-.mcr TSavory -and Turmeric Turkey Dress- ing and Mix- ed Spices. Musicians' Meeting A-meeting of the local Musicians' "Dnion is called for Sunday at 3 o'clock in the Starland Theatre. The Store TELEPHONE, NO. 322 Looking After W. B. Grubb is' handling the Do- minion government's relief work in the Taber district. B. A. Ingram is in charge in the Sundial countrj- Insurance Visitor Mr. T. H. McLean of Calgary, dis- trict manager for the North American Life Assurance Co. of Toronto, is in hp c t) lookinjr after business for. his company. AUCTION SALE Saturday Afternoon 2.30 Instructed by Mr. W. will be sold by Public Auction at tie Lethbrldge. Exchange, an assemblage of useful HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Dale Buffet, Pound Oak Extending Dining Table, Fumed. Oak, Dining Suite, lomprislng B iffet Chairs and Table, Handsome Axminster Rug, Mission Oak Rockers Very Superior Oak Dressers and Stands; Brass Mounted .Beds, Springs and Mat- tresses- Lounge Vi Oak Office Desk Edison Oramophono with 19 Records, Grass Table, Vi Cut Oak Parlor Table, Supreme Sou- venir Range equal to new, and a quantity of smaller articles. GOODS NOW ON VIEW WHITNEY BLOCK. Chief-Mine Inspector Here. John T S.nlmg chief mine inspect or, is in the city on a periodical visit. Russians Passed Through Scotland W A. Adam, assistant city engineer, is in receipt oi a letter from his moth Edinburgh, which seems to set Removing Office Staff The Canadian Western Natural Gas Co. are removing their business office from and loading only a mechanical stnff All executive busi- ness -will hereafter he transacted from Caigary. Accounts will hereafter be payable at the Bank of Commerce. Disastrous Sojourn in North A large number of Lethbridgc clti zens will remember Harry J. Begg, w ho wa formerly connected with the city engineer's department -when A C D. Blanchard was in charge of. Jhat department. -Word was received jes terday by Assistant City Engineer Ad- ams that Mr. Begg has been the victim of ery adverse circumstances. When he left'Lethbridge, he Joined the Hud- son's Bay Railway as assistant district engineer He was sent to Manitpu Rapids, 250 miles from Le Pas. After walking all this distance from the lat: ter point, Begg commenced to nnder- go hardships. The party was called out to fight forest fires, and during their absence from the camp the en- tire outfit was reduced to a state of few days later Begg and the chiof engineer, a man named Wilson ere out canoeing. The craft capsized and il'on drowned. A short .ime after this, Begg was out hunting with the rodman, and the latter shot himself accidentally through the hip Mr Begg is left in the camp with a number of Russians, and has come to the conclusion that the romantic northland holds no more attraction for him Is it Armageddon? In response to a number of requests Rei G H Cobbledick will preach in siey church Sunday eiening the subject, Is the present war the great Armageddon Indicating; the end of the W. B. Reillv Dead W Barrlngton knonn Pa'igary citizen and vice-president and managing.director of the Bocky Moun- tain Cement Co., Blairmore, died yes; terdaj at Victoria, B C He came west from Niagara Falls .ers. Tine .EIUIUICI, j gj- .jn wiiiw killed on the trat-a imar Monarch onjtle one my ter> of the Monday night held this alter 'ams says Twentynmo trainloads of jnpon from letterlev s Undertaking [Russian soldiers passed through Edin burgt, (August 29) from the north en route to the front Mrs Ad ams also states that a large number of German prisoners have been landed at parlors District officers of the Sons of England Benefit under whose auspices, the arrangements were made, acted as .palM'iarers, and a large number ofv.he members of the local lodge marchti behind the cas kc-t The deceased ho v. as a South African Veteran, was also, honored by the local veterans; many of whom followed the hearse to the burying ground Although a strang'r in the citv, without relatives, or friends, the deceased was laid to rest in a man- ner befitting a true soldier and i loyal Briton The feors ot England, and ccpeciallj the past president, F T. Ro'jins. arciito bs -congratulated for the truly British manner in winch thej dealt with the sad affair Rev. Canon McMillen, oi St. Cy- 59.50 to ?10 blue-joint, (none of-1 pnan's church officiated .VEGEfABLES '-Potatoes, pef dwt.; 2c. per lb'.; 'cab- bages, heets, on- ions. turnips, ijc. DAIRY vPKODUCTS-Butter 20c. LIAUX I VI IwfVJ WJ per'-lb.; 17.50 per case; cheese, ISi to 18J lb, LOCALS high cost m "living solved by eating at the Da'las j afe Dinner from 12 to 8 25 cents is ana Coffeu 10 ccnu. Short ordni >t all hour: j V-163-0 H TIME to Buy It In Lethbridge Everything from a Busi- ness Caid: to the Larg estf Ledgers can be had "at the Herald Job Printing Department "We get a commission on mater the city and IT COSTS YOU NO MORE Is there any reason for sending out of town or giving thi> out- side solicitor the order' 11 s6 glvi ua a "chance to It To Help the Farmer The Grassy Lake Agricultural so- ciety has. passed the following import- ant resolution 'Whereas there Is like ly to be a large acreage in this district, that has previously been under crop, uncultivated next year, as the owners hue gone away, lost or sold' the land to speculators or are un able to carry on operations; and nheieas It predicted that Gieat Bri- tain will require all the wheat that Canada can possibly produce, because of the m Europe, and the allied nations will also want supplies, and whereas the crop in this district has been a total failure this season, and a larger acreage next year will offset to a large extent the set-back the coun- try is therefore, be It resolved that the 'Orassj Lake Agrlcul tural society suggests to the provin- cial and Dominion departments of- ag we gui a ricultur6 tlut an extraordinary effort lal that cannot be produced In to assist the farmers to put at least': double the acreage under wheat crop next year, and make pos- sible tie the land, that will weeds and that copies of tlils resolution be for warded to tha Hon. Martin Bdrrell, Hon Duncan Marshall, lion A J Mc- Lean, Mr W. A. Buchanan, M.P., anil Mr Nelson Spencer, 5I.L A" RANGES HEATERS AT SPECIAL PRICES We carry the famous TeninsularMme of Eanges" and Heateis. We give our Person- al Guarantee with evciy stove sold that will refund the purchase prit-c if it does not work satisfactorily. At our icgular piice these arc good value, but our stock ib too large and are going to move same. "Paragon" Regular Price ?7000