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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS- Windsor D.y Hettl In LETHBRIDG1JDAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIOOI The Dallas Hotel Is tha Bent and Molt donyw itnt PIIM it Btay The rich flavor and all the wholesomeness of the Is brought to you In "Pride of Alberta "and "Mother's Favorite" No Bread Can Be More Nourishing than that with of these -brands of Hour, It house- keepers understood the oara anti scientific knowledge usjsd in their milling and thd rich, delicious taste they give bread, they would insist oa them. ORDER GROCER, OR FROM Taylor Milling and llevator Co., Limited Creamery Butter If -want to nee Butter made ficm Pars, Selected, Crsam, -ask for Crystal Brand Churned Dstlf. All good Gro- cen MB it. MACS BY Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1578 627 1Sth St. S. GARBTJTT BUSI- NESS COLLEGE NIGHT DAY CLASSES Arithmetic, fhcrthand, Type- writing, Sprung, Bookkeeping, PenmtVhlfr, Siglish. Night Hours: Monday and Hiarsday Evenings Fm 1 to 9.30. ENTER NOW ALBERTA BLK. Home Made Bread A FRESH SUPPLY OF C1QARS, TOBACCOS Private kMths for ladies. AT THE Home Cafe Next to Gray's Hardware. B one of Full Dinner 12 to 8' 25 cents Pie and Coffee lOc Short Orders at all hours Ttw High Cost of Living Solved by Eating at the Dallas Cafe For Sale 2; Lots in Block :ea, llt.h St. C, North Terms f loti Victoria Park Each 4 Lot's, Corner 6th aa4 16th. St. South, next Lutheran Church Terms E.-V.DOfMJEY Close MONDAY'S GRKIN MARKETS Wlrraipej. Man'., 'Sept. and elasiaj- prices on the grain ex- changes .today were: .Open October 112% Dacemo'er 114% May 131% October 49X Dseember........ 50ii L October 126 November......'.'. December .......Closing-Cash Prices 1 Narthern 2 Northern No. 3 Northern No.. 1 Sinutty No. 2 Smutty..........- No. 3 Sinutty M. 2 t. TV.............. SOU No. 3 a-V.'............... 4tHi No. 1 Feed 49'i No. 2 Feed r- No. 3 64 No. 4 58 57 Feed 55 Flax- No. 1 C. .TV......... No. 2C. W. MARKET! 136 12S 108 103 105 102 9S Bartlett and Flemish Beauty Pears, Wealthy Apples Italian Prunes and B.C. Peaches Another large shipment of tho abovo Hues Just received. Get .your orders in enrly. Those goods will not last long. OR FLEMISH: Large "Half'ilzo esses ITALIAN Prlce'-ptr'.oi'n.........................90c B. C; of the season- Price per csso WEALTHY heavy cases, Fine' stock, No. Vs. Price per L, CRAB APPLES-L.rge Cases CITRON-Price per pound ..................3o price. Peach Boxes ...........................95c Office: Phone 1271 GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER Mas. Mln. Lethbridgt. cltac 6" 32 clear 58 32 Calgary, cloudy...... 60 -14 Medicine Hat, clear M 42 Moose Jaw, cloudy 64 36 Hegina, cloudy...... 69 38 Brandon, cloudy..... SO 43 ,71 Port Arthur, cloudy SO '54 The weather throughout the prairie provinces has been mostly cloudy, with in Manitoba end Saskatche- wan. In Alberta, it has been mostly clear and warm. 'Forecast and cool. Tues- day: Fair and cool. Saskatchewan and ana cool today and on Tuesday. CITY AND DISTRICT Steamship Arrivals The Allan liner- Grampian reached Montreal on Sunday morning era passengers should re'acli bridge on September 24. West- Leth- No Teachers' Convention Inspector Morgan announced this morning that Owing to prevailing con- ditions, it had been decided to call off the annual convention of teachers of his inspectorate for this year. This district convention is usually held .in the fall. Dr., Rivers Off to Conference Dr. J. K. Rivers, warden of the Pro- vincial Jail here, left Wednesday night for Ottawa to attend the gener- al conference of-the Methodist church of Canada, to be held in the capital, be- ginning September 22. DC. Rivers was ons of the thirteen chosen by tjie Al- berta conference to represent this pro- vince. Oa his return, Dr.. Rivers -Trill attend the American Prison confer- ence In St. Paul next month. C. P. R Operator Arrested; Took Money Orders Prisoner Dies "in Hospital The death' occurred Wednesday of Robert Ruben Farmer, who was a pris- oner at the R.N.W.MJP. barracks here a coar_ge of vagrancy. D'eceased 119 iA was sent up some days ago for a term I of one month, by the Chief of Police'of Taber. He under medical treatment since, the time of his incar- ceration, and was removed to-the hos- pital when it -was seen, that Jie was suffering seriously. Feraie, B.C., 'Sept'. P. E. Moore, until recently employed as "C.P.R.' operator- at Caithness, near SSiko, was arrested Sunday for the theft of seven blank Dominion Ex- press money orders from! the; G.P.R. station at "Waldo, Tr'Sere he was siren shelter by a broth'er operator. He came "out one of the orders tor caching same at P. "tirhs Co.'s store.-departing shortly by a westbound train. The theft osing discovered, Immediate steps were' resulting in the apprehen- sion of: Moore at -Gateway, near the "tdundary line, 'when the unused six ilanks found npen him. This man Caljary "Man ,in Trouble Charged with converting to his own use, and thereby stealing the suin. of 5135, the property of the Alberta Town f leaning and House' association, T. T. John, late publicity .commissioner and secretary of the Cfiigary City Planning Commission and 'Alberta ToA-n Plan-! ning association; was arrested yester-j day. The warrant charging the above i theft was sworn out by ex-Aid. J. H.' Garden, president of the Alberta Town Planning and Housing'association. Land Employee Charged Abraham Aboersky, an employee of the Dominion Land office at Medicine Hat, was in court Friday morning, hav- ing been arrested." on a warrant-charg- naias were touna npen mm. TOIB man jias him with the.theft of certain funds .as borne character up !of the foreigners'lalior orsamzation of the present. -His defection is due 'he city. -The prisoner is employed as Asfc your, physician what is needed inqioy special case. "We are apt to.have what he sug- gests and shall he glad to fur- nish it at price. BAGS. HOT WATER J.OTTLES MEDICINE GLASSES AIR CUSHIONS LINT, GAUZES. BANDAGES and n score-of other Sick Room Requisites can always be found" in stock. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Phana lit Third 1 The inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolfed and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Cavalry and infantry drill will b held tonight at the barracks parad grounds. CITY AND DISTRICT If -you ai-'e interested .the. ;Ji look in Our CORKS AND BUNGS PARCHMENT PAPER CAPPING WAX .-v JAR RINGS ETC., ETC. Private Hospital Moved Mrs. Van Haarlem has moved her private hospital to 1224 Seventh av- enue South, inhere" there are more ac- commodation and more conveniences. Weddings at Macleod Weddings recently celebrated at Macleod include: Julius Tilton .Lock- head to Lucy Marie Lang; John Cog- hlll-of Cowley to Jane Leith of Wick, Scotland; Henry Baystad and Eva floawell, -both of Stavely, and Malcolm Stevenson and Ruth Jane.Beatty, both of Claresholm. Remount Animals Killed The bunch of remounts purchased at High River by the British Army offi-: _cers stampeded as they were being coralled .at the stock yards. Three of the animals were hilled 'by a freight train and several were badly injured in wire fences. Union Bank at Valcartter The Union Bank of Canada, who op- "ened a branch at Valcartier Military camp three weeks ago, and ivho have been transferring remittances to and from this branch and any of their oth- er offices without exchange, have now moved Into a permanent building lo- cated nest to, the staff-quarters.' .o too much devotion to John Barlej1- WINNIPEG-' -FUND Winnipeg, Sept. Pat- riotic Fund cards .were tabulated on Saturday, and the present total of loney. subscribed .was found to be a member of the'staff of Geo. H. Mc- Donnell in the land oltiee as an inter- preter, and has to do with all foreign- ers coming to the land office to do business. He has been employed late- ly in giving out government relief in the south country. eiiue South, where, there is more ac- Gampbell, Home have tak- en out a permit to alter and; add to ;heir warehouse on- Third avenue, to she extent'of Pasteurizing Milk and Cream Kills gei'im but does not injure the milk Ask. your .doctor The Lethbrldge Creamery Co., Ltd. M4 801 7th 61. Scuth Attempted to Suicide An insane man, giving" his name as Gust Jacobson, was taken'from Nanton to MacJepd on Monday by Constable Soame, to await- the necessary pro- ceedings for his commitment .to the asylum at Ponoka- The man was a stranger, but had been threshing around'Nanton. He had attemnted-to commit suicide by cutting his throat "with a razor. Enough to Satisfy With "The Trey O' Hearts" every Monday and Tuesday, and "The Mil- lion Dollar ;Mystery" every "Wednos- the pubHi: bridge will have an wit- nessing the two greatest motion pic- ture productions the world has ever seen. Of course, Starlantl made a point to secure both of these pictures for their patrons. Dining Room Furniture ii ii nil MMMMMMMMIMMMMM Suites and Odd Pieces yon need a whole suite ar an odd piece, our complete line can supply it. Buffets Tables Cabin- ets Chairs Remember, we carry medium and cheap grades as-weiUas High Class, and as usuJ] ne will Guarantee the Prices to be right. IN AND PRICE THINGS Standard Furniture Co. HOME OF-OUALl-TY. FURNITURE OPP COURT HOUSE AVENUE SOUTH AS THE WAR STOOD THIS MORNING Carmangay Couple. Wed Alisb Sarah >gnes Murphy and Edward .Pindley of, Carmangay wera married at Claresholm last week. Meneiik. Reprieved Russians in France? A. N. McG'iinton received word from England this morning, which positive- ly asserts that Russians are in France. This is in spite of the War Office denial to the effect that no Rus- sian .troops had- passed through Eng Word reached syiaclebcl late Satur-; land. If the report is true, there is a day evening tjiat Menellk, one of the three Russians in the guardroom there awaiting execution for the murder.'of Harry Ex'shawpaymaster, had been reprieved. The word came tiirough the sheriff-at Calgary, who have charge of the execution, surprise in store for the Germans. Calling Back M. P. Reservists Merabors of the Royal' Northwest Mounted Police, who are reservists in the British Army; will have an oppor- tunity to return to their, regiments according to oiders received by tr-e of fleer commanding.: K division here. Orders to this effect were received at headquarters at Regina some days and Inspector recehed the orders late last week. The orders state that the reservists are to bold them- sohes ready to a call at an> time, and it is expected in Regina that this-will come within a lew (lays There are 54 men in all in the weat and northwest who will be subject the oil. There are three reservists In the ranks here: Constable Ledinghim, of the Royal Field Artillery; Plttard, who served eight yearg.ln In- dia, and Is on ".the Artillery Signal Corps, and Constable Freeman, of. the Grenadier Captain McDon- ald of Brocket is also mentioned as be- ing affected by the order, but Inspect- or Lindsay could not confirm the 'statement. The., news that .the would be to jo to -the front received Tilth much enthiHlafm here, as the local noys were viry ans mm to loin Uielr Preparing for Reception' The Dominion government has taken at a permit to make alterations on the poultry building r at tho fair _ I grounds totalling J1400, in preparation which takes plsce on Friday mornjng. (he German and Aus. Sokoloff and, Smith, the remainIng (rinn ,son-rs of war. It would aeem pair still exhibit the greatest inditfer- department hag definitely decided to take over the building for use as a military prison. Mr." McNicol, manager of the fair board, states that he has received no further word from the authorities, but ence as to their fate. They wiW b visited by their prtest tomorrow. BUSINESS-LOCALS The high cost or-Hying solved-by eating at the Dallas Cafe. Dinner from 12 to 8. 25 cents. Pie and Cotfeo 10 ceuts. Short orders at all hours. The Young Ladies' Sodality offSt. that the taking out of the building per- mit assures the .establishment of the prison in Lethbridge. It is understood that barricades will he built around the building, so that the prisoners may exercise without the necessity of main- _....... unurch are holding a talning a heavy.guard. and at home in K. of P. Hall tomorrow evening. Admission 50c. Police Court James G. Kelly, a native of the: sober state of Maine, was allowed time to find ties and double-quick It out of town. He was charged with having' no visible ID win B of support, and being inebriated. John Anderson, another victim of the high cost of living, was released on suspended sentence Peter Black, cliarged with being dis' orderly, was dismissed with a warn- ing Miss "Babe" Hariss, 29 summers old, 'was picked, up on the street. Saturday night and''ragged. The magistrate Have her" three months In the. Macleod. COWAN S PEBFlSCTlON S COCOA Rich, delicioui, pure Frank Hrusehl nas assessed and cosU for being drunk and disor ,'derly. -Hcjorts a" thi- niocress oi( the ereat haltle in northern France VeULen the allied Brmsli and armi'B and the Germans Some indi- cate that there is extremely heavj flghtmg, while others tell oi the great masses oi troops Jvme; in flooded trenches, mam ot them at the stage of exhaustion. At some points at the eisf ionic fierce hjttlcs been [ought, with the title' first Honing m one direction Uhen in the other The allies -have; won a position here, and the Germans gained one there, but all reports, official and othEiwise, -agree that there is much fighting to be doneNbe lore anv material advantage can be claimed by e ther bide 1 he British in the fcrencres saj, are slowly beating thein back." The French ofh'cjai statement dc- ciarts that though lunoiislj counter- superior forces and oblig ed to yield some ground, this was rerame i almost Berlinvoificially announced Franco-l-lriMsh forces have hocn ohiig- ed to take-the defensive entrenched positions', and that, therefore, tho re- sults of; the German .'.attacks are slow Sunday's.War Summary In the midst of heavy gales, the bat- tle between .the allied forces and the Germans-" .in .northern .France con- tinues, apparently with unabated after six'dajs of righting Seemingly serious engage- ments have occurred around Ilheims, on the "plateau of Crnqnne, and near Noyoii. announce- ment reporta the capture of prisoners near Craonhe, is termed "a rather serious engagement" with the 12th and 15th German .army corps The town-of-Rheinis haa-beeri under bombardment for three days.'the'Gcr- using their heavy 'guns from' a distance .of .three 'miles The British authorities give out no statement as. to-ttiB progress of the battle. Wholesome Satisfying Meals Good Service Splendid Menu Commercial Oyster And Chop House, 210 Sth Street South CELESTIAL JAILBREAKER BC, Sept 2) Chong, on finishing a months' sen- tence foi trotflelng in opium, was re arrested, anil Imnded over to'the R N W M ft, Edmonton, charged Jackson's Water Glass Tor Prcsisiviitg Eggs 1-lb this -25c Jackson Co. Prescription Drug Store ;