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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Windsor LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LCTHBHIDOE The Dallas Hotel the Best and Moit Convcn Imt Pirn It May The rich flavor and all the wholesonieness ot the Harvest Flold U brought to you in Pride of Albferta" and "Mother's Favorite" No Bread Can Be More Nourishing than that made either of these Brands of flour. If house- keepers understood the care and scientific knowledge used in their milling anfl the rich, delicious taste they give bread, they would Insist on having them. ORDER FROM YOUR GROCER, OR FROM Taylor Milling and Elevator Co., Limited Creamery Butter j If you want to use Butter from'Purer Selected, Separated j for Crystal Brand Churned Daily, All good Gro- cers soil it. MADE BY Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 527 13th St. S. THE DRUG-BOOK STORE The Home of; Pure Drugs and the Better Class Stationery. the No, of Scribblers. George "Watson, first prize. .S7S Thomas Andrew, 2nd prize S61 SEE OUR WINDOW FOR SPE- ,CIAL LINES THIS WEEK Phone 1487 for your Drug and Stationery and receive prompt and, efficient service. The Kenny and Allin Co., Ltd. Phone Dallas Hotel Hillcrest Relief Permanent A sitting of the HiUcrest Relief Com- mission was held at the Court House in Macleod on Wednesday. J. W of Bellevue, the treasurer, sn.d_AV. C. Bryan, the secretary, were present It'wae reported that the ?5U, ,000 contribution from the Federal gov erflment. had 'been received. The re- ]ief placed on a permanent fcasis. Jn the future monthly payments Trill be made'to the dependents In Canada, and Great Biitain. NIGHT AND DAY CLASSES GARBUTT BUSINESS COLLEGE Alberta Block. Arithmetic, Shorthand, ;Wrltiag, Spelling, Bookkeeping1, Penmanship, English, Night School Hours Monday and Thursday Evenings From 7 to 9.30. ENTER NOW. Full Dinner 12 to 8 25 cents Pie and Coffee lOc Short Orders at all hours Thi High Colt of Living Solvtd uj at Dallas Cafe MARKETS SATURDAY'S Winnipeg, Sept. closing prices on today -.were Oct. Dec ____ May Oats- Ort. Dec. Oct. NOT.''., Dec. CASH No. 1 No. 3 Nor. No. 3 Nor. No. 4 No 5 No. 6 No. 1 Smutty No. 2 Siauttv No. 3 Smuttr Red Winter- No. 1 Nor. No. 2 Nor. No. 3 Nor. Oats- No: '2 C. W. No. 3 C. V.' Ex. No. 1 Feed- No. 1 Feed No 2 Feed Bariej So 3 No. 4 Hc'ected Feed Plav- No..l N.-W. No C tt GRAIN PRICES and ttoe grain exchanges Open Close 1.12 1.16} 1.13} 1.13} 1.20J 1.20} SO 50 49J 49J -1.39.V 1.28} 1.32 1.31 1.31 1.331 PRICES l.OS 1.01 97J 90} 84} 1.0-H 1.03! 1.11} l.OS} l.Oi 501 49A 491 47} 1.37} 1.34} Peaches, Plums and Ripe Tomatoes almost over for this season have, managed to get in another large 'shipment of (lie abovo linos, all In lino condition. la addition wo have juct had a lints lot of Idaho Pears, Wealthy Apples and Hyslop Crab Apples. 'QUALITY THE FINEST, PRICE.THE LOWEST FOR SUCH QUALITY FREESTONE case ITALIAN case IDAHO IDAHO size RIPE case...............90c; RIPE basket..............25c GREEN pound .............4c GREEN case GREEN pound...............15c HYSLOP'CRAB Special Heavy price pel- case Peach ooxes, each WEALTHY Special, heavy caiea al'l No. 1 stock, or per pound FRESH sCH.URNED CREAMERY grath or'Wlld'Rose, Fine 2 pounds for.............................65c office: THE GOOD GO.Store: D, 1 JL JLJLl ni cor Phonel271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHER 73 .04 S2 SI 90 S7 Win. .34 40 60 40 34 .11 62 45 51 al Gl 59 56 Lethbridge, clear Calgary, cloudy..'.. Medicine Hat, fair.. Madeod, clear.. Rpil Deer, Prince Albert, fair.. Saskatoon, clear..., Moose Jaw, clear.. Brandon, fair...... Portage, clear.......'SO Port Arthur, f oggy 62 The weather has been, fine and quite warm In parts of-Manitoba and east- era Saskatchewan, and cool in parts of Alberta during the night "with some light showers. Forecast fair today and on Sunday, and..becoming .somewhat cooler. Saskatchewan arid ally fair and comparatively cool today and on Sunday. CITY AND DISTRICT Change of. Time The Musicians' Union will meet at 11 o', Instead of 3 p.m., as stated la Friday's issue. A Police Court, Three inebriates stood in tne pris- oners' dock morning- at the city police court, and took Weir penalty of pl.OO and costs. Has Brother in High River Coldnel'tlie Hon. J. S. Hendrie, 51: P.P. for west Hamilton, will'-be the next lieutenant-governor of Ontario. He is a brother of Mr. Murray Hen- drie of High River, and has visited lere on several r Times. LOCAL MARKETS GRAIN Wheat- No. 1 Northern 93 No. 1 Re4 91 No. .v 90 -No. 2 Red SS No.s 3- Northern- 86 No. 3 Red 84 Oats- No 2 C W 37% LIVE ..STOCK Steers Gc.; cows, 5c. 5 tc., oc wethers, 5i to Gc.; veal, 7c. POLL! Fowls, 10c.; springs, 15c.; hogs, 7 -to 8c. H Ci 00 timothy aod -alfalfa, alialfa offered S9 )0 to S10 blue joint, (none of- Potatoes, per- cwt.; carrots, 2c. per .ID.; cab- bages, IJcJ pet ft.; beets, 2c.; on- ions, turnips, DAIRY PRODUCTS-Butter 20e. per lb.; eggs, ?7.50 per case; cheese, ISA 'to 18} per lb BUSINESS LOCALS Noiiue for Cufiinrcrce The Presbyterian caurch is arrang ing for services to be held at, Com- merce ov tha pastor of Trinity church Hardieville. --Thewttrst of-these ser> vices wili be neld in. the Commerce KchpoUiouse oa Sunday next at. 11 a.m. when the Rev: W. H. Muncaster-will be present and will H is hop- ad that there will be a 'large attend- ance at this service_in order that ar- rangements "may be made for the con- tinuance of the services, A very cor- dial welcome is extended to all, irre- spective of denomination. The high cost uf ilring solved by eating at the Dallas Caffi. Dinner from 12 to S, 25 Pie and Coffeu 10 cents. Short orders at all hours. The Armaqeddon? On inciiiiries as to the mean'ihg of the "Armageddon' and its relation to tne present war, the Rev. H. Elmer pastor of the Fifth avenue Baptist has de- cided to discuss ..the subject re- lation to prophetic revelation at the Fifth avenue church tomorrow night. Persona! Mention Alex. Robertson; and Neil M. Stalk- er of Grassy Ualte, are', registered .at the Lethbridge. Mr. Stillman hetter known among the old-time, cattlemen in this district as is .renewing ac- quaintances in town today on his re- turn to Manhattan, Mont., where 'he still conducts a ranching 'business. .Mr. Ruling has been ..Inspecting some of his properties at High-River. J. D. Fuller ot' the Cameron rancji is in the city. D. C. Bayne of Banff, F, McKercher of Olds and F. G..Forster of Edmonton, members of the Board.of License Com- missioners, are1 registered at the Leth; bridge. Hon. A. J. McLean, provincial sec- retary, was in the city for .a few hours today. Wm. Bunt, an old-timer of pine Hills district, Is stopping at the Alexandra. TOESIANDARDBANK Sick Room Supplies -vour. physician what is in any sped U We are apt to have what he sug gests and shajl be glad lo lur nish it at a reasonable price ICE BAGS HOT WATER 'BOTTLES MEDICINE GLASSES AIR CUSHIONS LINT, GAUZES. BANDAGES' and a score" of other Sick Room Rentrisites can always 'be found in stock. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Head Oliicca Toroaf o. OF CANADA B The Safest Of All Small Investments Is a Savings Account with the Standard Bank of-Canada. Interest is paid with unfailing regularity every half year 6r added to the principal and the strength and' resources of the Bank are a guarantee of the safety of the money deposited. Withdrawals may be made without unnecessary delay. Capital and Reserve f tfto.ttl 168L Awets over LETHBRIOGE BRANCH, SIS, ISth Slrcei N. B_____ G. r, m.frrorioR. B Ava, If 'you-a-rtr interested' in tne subject take a look in oui CORKS AND BUNGS PARCHMENT PAPER CAPPING WAX JAR RINGS ETC. THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for' this Column should reach thli Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Union will meet at the-Labor Temple at 11 a.m. tomor- row." It was erroneously stated earlier that they 'would meet at Starland at 3 o'c'iock. CITY AND DISTRICT Jewish New Year On account of the Jewish New Tear, L. Keel's store will be closed on. Mon- day and Tuesday, September 21 and 22. Back to the 'Hat Ex-Vajor Alllne, 'who has been living iu Victoria, B.C., for a return- ing to reside in Medicine Hat, where ie has .large Interests. Rlncher Creek Meeting A. Buchanan, M.P., has been in- vited to address a patriotic mass meet- ing at'Pincher Creek next Wednesday night Hon. Mr. Marshall Home on 20th Hon. Duncan Marshall, minister of Agriculture, who was in England at the'time.of the declaration of'war, is ected in Edmonton on September ALBEKrjQ CHEMISTS AMD DRUGGISTS S f H 1 We Serve the Best Meal in the city. Newly opened and everything up-to-date. Private booths for ladies. The Home Cafe 308 Fifth Street. TREY 0? HEARTS COMING STARLANO Look Who's Here 0. W. Larsen of Grassy Lake, W. T: Fatten of Coutts, Dr. W .H. Scott of Milk River, B. A. Annable of Clares: holm, C. R. Nelson of Warner and M. Y. Croxall. R.'-'Kinsey and H. Cardo Raymond, are visitors in the city. Hardieville Church Begins ..'Winter Work The Trinity church activities which iaro been, allowed to rest somewhat during the weather, are now be- ng resumed. The Junior C.E. has al- ready'been re-started and the children are practising hard for the Rally Day service. The choir holds its first meet- ng oa Friday of this week, while on Wednesday, the English class was started with a good attendance. This class will be held on three nights in the week, for nonBnsfliEh speaking students, and on two'nights 'in...the week, for English-speaking students. JTor the benefit of those who "work on a back shift a class will be held in the mornings. A fee of ?1.00 per month is charged, and this goes into the current account of the church. The pastor would be glad of some assistance in this wnrK. Jackson's Water Glass Cor Preserving Eggs 1-ft tins .25c 17-ft tins Jackson Co. Prescription Drug Store Lethbridge, Alberta. Imperial Bank of Caaada Capital Paid Up Kescrve Fund Total Assets Over............ .Head D. R. WILKJE, President Hon. ROBERT JAFFRAY, Vice-President SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits ofijl.OO and received and Interest allowed from date of deposit LETHBRIDOt- BRANCH. .W. R, SEATLE, Manager Registration of Births Notice is hereby given to parents and others that the Registration of all Births in the City of'Lethbridge is re- quired by law, and must be made within one month from date of Birth. Anyone failing to do so is liable to prosecution and fine. C. B. BOWMAN, Registrar. Registrar's Office, Acadia Building, 3rd Avenue S. To Whom it May Concern L. .Hbckett, piano Tuner for Mason Rlich, Limited, Lethbridge. Tvould say that Mr. Hockett, and absolutely no one else for :the for tljc past twelve we all hie work, both .on our Mason .Risen. Pianos and all others, found his work to be of in every reapflct, and we can heartily Mr. .Hockett .that: he will do a flrat class joto on'any pianoa he' under- takes. MASON A RISCH, LIMITED; Per F. E McCaw, Manager RANGES HEATERS AT SPECIAL PRICES We cany the famous 'Peninsular' line of Ranges and Heaters. We give our Person- al Guarantee with every stove sold that we will refund the purchase price if it docs not work satisfactorily. At our regular price stoves- are good value, but our stock is too larsc and we are going lo move same. "Paragon" Hange' .PT. Heglllar prlcc ''Monarch" Ranse Regul" 'noh flre J2200 for "Signal SEE OUR WINDOW FOR DISPLAY Inspect our line before buying and yoit will purchase here. BA WDEN BROS. LBtHBRIPCE'S OR6ATE8T HOME 'FURNISHERS. 709 3RD AVENUE'SOUTH. PHONE629 ;