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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor a Day Hotel In AJb.ru LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD rWHCN IN LETH1RIDQI The Dallas Hotel la the Beit and Molt Convw- iMt to May The rich flavor and all the wholesomeness of the Harvest Field is brought to you in "Pride of Alberta "and "Mother's Favorite" Bread Cau Be More Nourishing than that made with eitner of these brands of flour. If house- keepers understood the care and scientific knowledge used in their milling and the rich, delicious taste they give bread, they would Insist as. hRviiis them. ORDER FROM-YOUR GROCER, OR FROM Taylor Milling and Elevator Co., Limited Bartlett and Flemish Beauty Pears, Wealthy Apples Italian Prunes and B.C. Peaches These goods Another large shipment of the above lines just received. Get: your orders iu early, will not last long. OR FLEMISH .Large Cases .Half size WEALTHY heavy cases, Fine stock, all No. Vs. Price per CRAB Cases Peach Boxes...........................95c ITALIAN cases- Price per B. C. of the season- Price per case per pound HUBBARD price. Office: Phone 1271 GOOD Store: HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES rnODe Creamery Butter to ise1 Butter maue Ircia Pare, Selected, Separated Cream, ask for Crystal Brand All good Gro- cers sell it. MADE BY Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 527 13th St. S. GABBUTT BUSI- NESS COLLEGE NIGHT AND DAY CLASSES Shorthand, Type- writing, Spelling, Bookkeeping, Penmanship, English. Night School Hours: Monday and Thursday Evenings Trom 7 to 9.30. ENTER NOW ALBERTA BLK. TRY OUR Home Made Bread A FRESH SUPPLY OF CIGARS, CIGARETTES S. TOBACCOS Private booths for ladies. AT'THE Home Cafe Next ia .Cray's Hardware. MARKETS WINNIPEG MARKETS Winnipeg, Sept. and closing prices oa the Grain Exchange today were: Open Close Oct. i.iiy. i.osu Dec............. 1.12% 1.11 May............. 1.1S Oct. Dec.' Flai Oct 4914 49U 1.23 48% 1.24% Bee.............. Winnipeg Cash Prices X6.' 1 Northern No. 2 Northern Xo. 3 Northern.............. Xb. J. smutty................ No. 2 smutty'............. No. 3-smutty 951; .....i" Ko.ZC.W. ..I.............. 4SK No. 3 C. W.................. 1 4714 No. 1 Feed..........-..'... No. 2 Feed.................. Xo. 3..................... Rejected 1.26% 1.0914 1.06 1.01 45 U 04 y, 59 Vi Xo.-l N.-W. C N'o. 2- C. W LOCAL MARKETS Wheat took another upturn today and'stands now three cents over the prices quoted on Saturday. Oats are also on the up grade. Another slump in wheat prices oc- later (Bis morning, but up to Full Dinner 12 to 8 25 cents Pie and Coffee Short Orders at all tours The High Cost of by Eating at the Dallas Cafe For Sale 2 Lots in Block 1C2, 12th St. C, North 6 Lots Victoria Park I Each 4 Lots, Corner GtH Ave. aod St. .South, 'nail Lutheran Church Terms Y-JPPOLEY Owner Lethbridge the time or going to, press, affected the local prices! it had not Northern. 2- Northern' Northern. 4. Northern. 9G 33 Oats- No. 3.O.W. .LIVE STOCK Steers- 6c. heiiers. 5Jc. 5c to. 6c.; Teal, 7c. 10c., 15c.; hogs, 1 to Sc. 513.00 No. 1 Red No. 2 ked No. 3 Red No. 4 Red Min. 35 85 33 S4 33 WEATHER Lethbrldge, clear 64- Edmouton, clear t-0 Calgary, clear...... 03 Medicine Hat, clear 62 Macleod, clear...... Red Deer, clear...... 04 28 Regina, cloudy...... 55 40 Brandon, fair...... 63 27 Winnipeg, fair...... 51 41 Port Arthur, cloudy 54 43 Nelson, clear... CO 43 The weather throughout the prairie provinces has" been fine and warm, ,vith a little rain in Manitoba, and light frosts in Saskatchewan aud Al- berta. Forecast AH and cool today and on Wednesday. CITY AND DISTEICT Locates in BattleiOrd C. Faure, formerly of the Crow's Nest Pass, has acquired the retail liquor business of E. Ramsay at Eattieford, Sask. Death of Child Steve Zasadny, a 6-months-old child, died at No. 6 on September 21. The funeral will take place from the fam- ily residence on Wednesday at 2.30, to St. Patrick's church. Interment in the Boman Catholic cemetery. Is Pleased With City A. E. Stevens, .acting general sup- erintendent of the Alberta division, of the C.P.R.. visited the city this after- noon, and, in company with Supt Walker, made an inspection of the terminals here. Mr.' Stevans is very much taken with the beauty of the city. Poiice Court G. Gilbert, and Alfred W. Smith were charged in police 'court this morning with being-jn possession of stolen property. .They "were taken nto custody Const- Whittaker of :he C.P.R. special service'department, and are both employees of the railway, as a conductor and Smith as a checker. Their case was remanded until Friday. Some Smoke J. Harris of the firm of J. Harris states that "he will sue the city or S200, the cost of ire-decorating his esldence on Fourteenth street. The Russian thistles! cut on vacant lots nearby, were gathered and burned yes rerday. morning, and ilains that the smoke smothered the amily out of the house; atid ruined the uside as well as the outside decora- tions. aod alfalfa, ..JIS.'OD alfalfa ottered Ex-Captain Off to the Front Captain M: McDonald of Brocket vas in the city for a short time yes erday, stopping at the Alexandra cows, 5c. loteL lit. .McDonald is an ex-captain n the Garrison Artillery, an old army wethers, and a pensioner tor some six years he has been; at Brocket, employ- springs, ed as bookkeeper for the C. J. Simp- son stone couldn't1 stand timothy the idleness any, longer, and left tne Ask your physician what is. needed in anv special case. We are apt to :liave what- he sug- gests and" shall be glad to fur- "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 Requisites can always 'he found in stock. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Higinboiham's Mellow Balm A delightful preparation for removing all Roughness and. Redness .ot .caused by "exposure io the' Hot sun, :cdld winds, frost on-hard water. Imparts to the skin a delicious softness. Por Chapped Hands or Lips it is invaluable May also be used after shav- ing. Guaranteed to contain nothing injurious. Employees at' CityHallStart a Relief Fund Prepared onfy fay Quietly, almost secretly, the heads of the various departments of the city government decided yesterday after- noon to .start, a patriotic relief fund out of" the voluntary offerings made by themselves and the members of their respective staffs. It was next to impossible to discov- er what the form of contribution will take, but it was learned that every member of the city staff" will have an opportunity to give just what he or she cares to donate, each month, to- ward a patriotic fund to ve used at home. It is the feeling of the chiefs of the various departments that there will be considerable suffering right here in Lethbridge this winter, and j they are going to fortify against such a contingency by gradually swelling a fund for relief. The action was en- tirely voluntary, and Is certainly most commendable. The employees of the city are not overpaid by any manner oC'means, and the feeling of each one of the commissioners is that they would not countenance, any reduction whatever in the salaries of .the city employees. But the employees say that they will come forward and give, nevertheless. It might be mentioned here that there, was no desire on the part of the .heads of the departments to give 'publicity to the noble action taken yesterday. The reporter accidentally EitiiUibieu on to the and when he approached one of those concern- ed for more detailed information, lie .was met with a scowl. anxious were the employses, in fact, that the public be that they pass- ed a motion 'that the meeting be kept secret It leaked, however, in spite of the fact that "the members of the meeting proceeded on the counsel, "let not your right band kiiow what your left Any .surplus in the fund will likely go tb'th'e Canadian'Patriotic Fund. WAR'S GREATEST BLOW Fifty Officers' Death Announcements Dally in Berlin Organ London, Sept. The Berlin cor- respondent of the Nieu Rotterdam Courant 'writes of a most gloomy sight to ibe seen in these days in the adver tisement of deaths in the dignified Kreuz Zeitung. Families of officers Try a Sack Tken You'll Know New Winter Schedule for C.P.R. Trains Winter schedules on the C. P. R-, hich take effect next Sunday, Sept. have.been announced. by; Suporln- Walker. Insofar as the Leth- ridge division is concerned, the mnges are as follows: No. to Calgary from Medicine Hat via the Aldersyde, ar- vcs leaves 16.15. No. Calgary .to; Medicine lit via 'tne Aldersyde, arrives 13.50, aves 1-1.00. No.. train westbound, aves sarrie as now, 4.35. train easbbound, ar- ves 24.30, leaves 24.40. No. Calgary via Mac- od, arrives 13.50. No. Calgary via Macleod; aves 17.40. No. 564.-T-TO Coutts and Gireat Falls, aves same as at present, S.1D. N ives same as at present, S.10. f 'rr No. Coutta and Great JQuS fill 1 WO ills, .arrives. 17.30. r _ Food Prices in Germany Take Wings and Fly Geneva, Sept. Swiss press condemned the destruction, of 'Reims Cathedral, and there.lias.been an out- burst of indignation among the repre- sentatives of all nations, who are: at present in Switzerland. According to the late advices there were -riots yesterday at Vienna- the people demanding war news. '__ As the result of riots many -persons were killed and many arrests were made. The prices of food ail tife Ger- man towns are mounting slowly hut steadily. At Hamburg cost one mark (25 cents.) No. CanJatori, leaves 17.55. No. Cardston, arrives ame as-at present, 9.30. The; 'foremost ;mixed. train, leaves ?ery Tuesday morning at 7.30 and rrives back at 17.05. AU1ERHS PIONEER DRMifilSTS J.D.MlGINBOTHAM WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHEMISTS.AND UHUCClSTi there 'make known fallen upon their this newspaper has blows that hav ViV m t feu published fifty oO to JIO blue joint, (none o( VEGETABLES Potatoes per carrots, 2c. per ft bages, per Ife.; beets, 2c. -turnips, city last night for Quebec to re-join his BTISINESiS LOCALS The -high cost or 'living solved by eating at the -Dallas Cafe. Dinner from. 12 to A 25 cents.. Pie arid Coffee 10 cents. Short orders at all 'hours Church 'are' holding a social and at home in K. of JP. Hall 'Admission: 50c. regiment, if possible, or to serve as an Instructor, if the authorities took cog- 52.00. nizance of age cab-1 oa- Reorganizing .Alberta Red', Cross That something tangible will ,come out of the attempt that is being .made throughout the province to revive the work of the Alberta branch of the Ca nadlan Red Cross society, ip certain. At a meeting of- the society held in Calgary recently, it 'was" resolved that immediate steps be taken M the re-organization of .the A' Tne Young Ladies' 'SodalityJ St. jberta branch, of-which the JUieutenant- ............Governor is president, eo'as-tp cen- tarilze and facilitate the work -winch is now being done by Jocal organiza- tions, and that a public meeting lor that purpose he, held in Paget hall, Calgary. on-Wednesday, September 30. Mayor Hardie is in receipt.of by J. S..-Dennis, the chairman, and It. B. Bennett, M.P., the ;secre- llary, asking that Lethbrldge be repre- rented at this meeting, as matters of vital importance to.those de- sirous of assisting in making provision ,'for the care and comfort of Ihoae who are fighting for the existence of the Empire. City Clerk Staven has been authorized to communicate with the Hoard of Trade, the Daughters of the Empire, 'ihe Overseas, club and other organiz-iHons on the with a Uexv to seeing that is well represented Get Pasteurized Milk Saves boiling and.kilts all germs IT'S GOOD FOR CHILDREN Ask your doctor The Lethbridge Gjreamery Co., Ltd. PhoAe 584' 801 7th St South Lethbrldge. SEWING by the day done at home ries, 406 15th St S. At the meeting of. the City Com mis sioners yesterday, the following re- solutions were carried; 'That the electrical, department .be required to re-arrange the employees' list so that car men will only put in at most 54 hours per week, and the balance of the time distributed am- ongst other citizens Competent to 'do' that work. This will give work to two more men, 54 hours per week. 'That the Mayor be authorized, to renew Mr. Karris' -bond, as per "Mr. Bowman's letter, 'imder date of Sep- tember 10. 'Thai the -bill for ?22.80 from the government printer ot the province of Alberta, re Letuhridge charter, be- paid.1 'That Mr. Farri's be authorized, to hand over ?10'0 to Mr. Ball printing of imcndments to the chai ter, in. the Official Gazette. 'That, the 'Lethbrldge Poultry and Pet: Slack. association be-paid their grant of for use In connection with the coming poultry show, MONTENEGRINS CLOSE TO BOSNIAN CAPITAL 'London, nept. 'wontonegrm army is believed to be close to yevo, capital of Bosnia. The Monte> Miss' M 'negrin office learns thai the Auatriab. army is In retreat. death announcements of officers everv .evening. Powerful families are ex- inguished. It .is endless misery which is 'borne with the greatest re- signation by an old lady who appear- 'ed yesterday at the information bur- eau, and had then to iearn that her three sons, officers, were all dead and yet she found strength to 'bear the blow in her feeling of patriotism. CITY AJVD DISTRICT Market Continues Popular Householders In the city took ad- vantage of the.splendid weather today to get out and do their shopping at the public market. A crowd was presentv and practically everything was sold.. The.prices on farm produce- continue to be very attractive. Harvest Sale Continues Such large quantities of -vegetables fruits, etc., were sent in to the Salva- tion Army at their .harvest thanksgiv- ing, services, the sale will cotinuo to- night at 8.15. Never in the history of the local corps was there such an abundant offering C.P.R. Employee Dead The death occurred in the city yes- terday of William Reirdon aged 46 years. Mr. Reirdon was an employe of the Forestry department ot the G. P.R., and was well known In. Loth- bridge and. in Taber. The .body is lying at Fetterly's parlors, awaiting word from his relatives at Maple for. Hlflcreit Relief At the meeting, of the commission- ers this it was decided to donate ?1000 to the- Hillcrest relie" fund. The matter came ilp when a bill for the goods shipped'to the Hm- crest sufferers by this city in vas submitted for payment. Mayor Ilardle had hoen informed by .Judge McNeiiLthatIMhe ctty cared to make a cash donation the relief committee of -which "radge McNelll is chairman pay.the bill lor supplies Com liacc moved the resolution F Its London Eng correspondent, wired the Toronto Star, after a personal visit to 'German, patrols all around ravish women, without fear .of their officers. Vavre is fie centre ot great racing establishments. The Germans have taken the most valuable of the young blood stock out.of Ladas and other great aud are killing them'for meat. 'From .many places I have unden- iable accounts of the violating of wo- men on a wholesale scale, including voung.girls Pregnant women ire special oh jects o'f the soldiers' fury, they. shoot- Ing them in the abdomen :and declaring they will not give birth, to any more Belgians." related to me by responsible ministers oE religion and officials are such; as no paper could -print. The forms of outrage against .women and children. are so diabolical that they' recall the worst tortures of the middle ages.' Geffaan Forts i but of Business London, Sept, Vladivostock dispatcli says that Japanese aero; planes have destroyed with .bombs two ot the most important "forts -at TsIng-Tau, in the German protector- ate of Kalo-Ghau, while reports that a Britisih detachment left Tien- Taiu on Saturday to assist the Japan- ese in-their attack on'that place. The Duchess of Marlborough WithRedCross Newport. R. I., Sept. O, H; P. Belmont has letters from her'daughter, the Duch- ess of Marlborough, who has ''been engaged !n H'ed Cross work in the hospitals in London. One of these a tlistresiing letter ini qiused ftfrs Belmont to consider .starting a, fund for-the wives children of wound- ed Belgian soldiers. The Duchess also tells: In her let- ters of the arrivals at'the Red Cross hospitals in London' showing -.cruel- ties inflicted, ONEFOUR NEWS Onefour, Alia., Sept South- worth is working at Havre, Jlont. George ;Morelarid- of Ne'w Dayton, and Will Duncan of Onefour have been hauling-hay for the Blacktail Ranch. The" rain ;of Friday, Saturday and Sunday was almost continuous for 3fi hours, and when the'sky cleared the Sweet' Grass. a'nd Bear's Paw moun- tains were covered with John 3. .Evenson of ;Cdmrey, road supervisor for this district, was round yesterday looning up the roads and what they need Mrfc Evenson pro poses to matfe some much needed im proiement pn the mall road running from 'to Onefoiir and Sage Creek.? River crossing and Hel- von canyon Mil receive special alien lion. KAISER IS IN LUXEMBURG London, Sept. Ger- man up his quarters in Luxem-hurg, accord- Ing to a Pans dispatch To guard against possible raids by rtench aviators a squadron of aeroplanes Is In readiness to ard attack "AN EXEMPLARY CHARACTER' London Daily Mirror) A vlfnr jn a London suburb has had for some years a German governess whose work and character were be- >ond all praise The other day in Jin ppector of police called and asked about this lady. Of .course, the vicar gave her an exemplary character. Then may 1 seaich her ask ed the officer. The vicar repliuil most indignantly that it was j' tion 1m sorry slid the inspector, ''but-I have my orders T Arid this is what lie power- ful oomb a careful plan ot 11 bridge and detailed instructions as to the ex act moment when the bridge was to up. The vicar of couise was innocent in the matter. But it shows the heed of vigilance. KITCHENER REFUSED TC LET PRINCE FIGHT London Sept The Princt of Wales was very anxious to go to Mio front according to a statement Issued hy the official press bureau and, tried to get Lord Kitchener s consent to do BO But ae ho had not completed his military training Lord Kitchener sub mltted to the King that for Uie pW sent It Is undesirable that his 4 Hlgnnees should proceed on 4 4 4> service ;