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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta V Y' FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor a Hotel In AlbtrU LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALB WHEN IN LETHBRIDOE The Dallas Hotel It the Bast and Moit CopytH- Itnl Pilot H (toy The rich flavor and all the wholesomeness the Harvest Field is 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.Hour. If house- keepers understood the care and scientific know-ledge used ill their railing and the rich. delicious taste they give bread, they would insist on having them. ORCER FROM YOUR GROCER, OR FROM Taylor Milling and Elevator Co., Limited An Extra Special Mcl.NTOSH REDS, ST. LAWRENCE AND WISNER'S DESERT ARPLES.QE SUPERIOR QUALITY We were Indeed very fortunate in securing a.quantity of Hie above Hues. All No. i's, targe size, flno T. good UKvor and heavy cases. While tliey la'st, per case COlO! H. C. No. I's, limited quantity. Per case V. B. C. of the season- Price per case 15 GREEN GAGE basket Price psr crate..................... ITALIAN PRUNES-4 Inch extra heavy cases- Price each............................-..90c inch.cases.......... g5c HUBBARD pound !o3c Creamery Butter if you want to 'use Suiter made from Pure, Selected. Separated Cream, ask for Crystal Brand .cci Daily. All oets sell It OC'J Oro- Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 537 13th St. S. MARKETS GARBTJTT BUSI- NESS COLLEGE NIGHT AND DAY CLASSES Arithmetic, Shorthand, Type- writing, SpeUhig, Bookkeeping, Penmanabip, English. Night School Hours: Monday and Thursday: Evenings From 7-to 9.30. 'ENTER NOW. ALBERTA BLK. WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Sept. 23. Opening and closing prices on the grain exchanges today were Open glosl! 1.091 i.ioj Dee. I.H.J L13, May Oct., Dec. .Oct. NOT Dec. CASH PRICES No. 1 N'or 1.11-J LISA 1.23 1.25 1.28 1.181 4S.V isl 1.29" HYSLOP CRAB Large 'cases, each Half cases.............................95c RIPE a Per basket pound .......................03o 'ONTARIO CONCORD shipment to arrive tomorrow. Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES ft0ne WEATHER Max. Lethbridge, clear 70 Edmonton, clear.. .64. Calgary, clear...... 72 Medicine clear 72 Prince Albert, fair 50 Saskatoon, fair...... G4 Moose Jaw, 67 3raudou, fair...... 53 Winnipeg, cloudy.. 52 The 'weather tliroughout the prairie jrovinces has been mostly fine and arm, with a few showers iu Mauito- a. Clear and warm iu Alburta and Saskatchewan. Forecast All today and on Thurs- lay; rib decided change in tempera- lire. Min. 39 44 40 44 40 39 31! 3S 44 CITY AND DISTRICT Macleod Barister -Here Colin Macleod, barrister, of Macleod, in the legal business. t Smutty 2 2 Smutty' TRV OUR Home Made Bread A FRESH SUPPLY OFCIGAHS, OIOARETTE3 TOBACCOS booths for ladies. AT THE Home Cafe Naxt to Qray'i Hardware. -No. No. No. No. 3 Smutty No. 2 C. W. No. 3 C. No. 1 Feed N6.-1 Feed No..2 Feed Barley- No. 3.......... No. i Rejected Fred Flax- No: 1 N. VF. No. 2 C. ,W. 1.101 1.03J l.OOJ- '96J 481 in 47-1 47 59J 57 Lost Property at Station A fountain pen has been left at the folice station, and may be had by the owner by proving right to the pro- perty. 1.21 1.21 MARKETS B one of Full Dinner 12 to 8 25 cents Pie and Coffee lOc Short Orders at all hours Tin High Cost of Living Solved by Eating at th> Dallas Cafe I Local wheat took a drop this morn- ing owing' to the decline in prices yesterday.- The export demant {.is: heavy.-Prices today are 1 Wneat- No. 1 Nor. 94 1 Red 02 2 Nor! --91 --Sfo. '3 fled 80 No. 3-'Nor. Red 85 Oats-No, ,W....................-.. 3S LIVE STOCK 6c.; cows, 5C ieiiers, -5lc.. .MUTTOK-Ewes, 5c.; wethers 5i to Cc.; veal, 7c. POULYRY-Fowls, 10c.; spring 15c.; hogs, ,7 to 8c: HAT-Timothy, timothv aod alfalfa, alfalfa offered .to blue-joint, (none of- VEGETABLES Potatoes, per per lb.; cab- 1-Jc. per H.; beets, 2c.; on-i turnips, Opened New Shop Delany's Ltd. have opened a meat shop on Church street .near No. 3 mine, and dispense a full line of meats therefrom. Ten New Mountles Ten Mounted Police constables ar- rived in the city this afternoon from headquarters-in Regina to fill vacan- cies in K division.'There have been several vacancies in the division for some time, anjl with' the loss of the three reservists recently, the ranks needed replenishing; Look Who's Here Some of the visitors in the city to- Jay are David Marshall and T. ilcKen- zie of Warner, Mrs: O..L. Reineclte, Olaresholm; A: B.1 HoaglinV Bow Is- land; D. McHae, Stavely; C. S. Noble, Nobleford: John CJ. Fore- most; L. D. King, Raymond, and O. Wood, and F. J. Morrison, New -Day- ton. Ask your physician what is needed iu any special: case, are have..what he: stlg gests, and shall be glad'to. fur- -nish it at .price; ICE BAGS HOT WATER BOTTLES MEDICINE GLASSES AIR CUSHIONS LINT, GAUZES. BANDAGES and a score of other Sick'Room Requisites can.always be found in stock. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Jack Frost on Vacaiio'n It. C. of. Raymond, who can qualify as an. old-timer In Southern Al- berta, was in the city tMs morning on one of his periodical visits. He stated that the absence of frost th'ls season "was most noticeable. Fourteen years ago on September 27 there was four inches of snow in southern Alberta, j whereas this fall has yet. to record its first frost. Mr. Harvey says that this is. the Drat year since 1900 that Jack Frost has holidayed so long. Was Some Mistake The report yesterday that 310 offi- cers in the Coldetream Guards' had been killed and ;wounded, seemed al- most beyond comprehension, and the feeling locally is that the report Was ;ransmitted in error, as the American papers of yesterday carry a report which gives the numher as 31. D. E. VacBonald, who is an ardent student of military tactics states that at the outside there not be more than SAFETY RAZ-OE BLADES ,_ Bring or mSii your Safety Blades to us to "sharpen. No matter .what maie they are. Single Double Edge, per dozen.....35c Durham-Duplexj-'per dozen..50c Hollow Ground, each___...25c Surgeon's Lancets ALffiWAajPIONEER DRUGGISTS djd LlMITEtt WHOLESALt ANB RETAIL CHEMISTS AMD DRUGGISTS THE AN INTERESTING PROPHECY "It may interest :thia -c.ountry: to know that there ivill'be a sensational development in the European situation on or about September On that day For Sale ;2 Lota in Block. 162, 12thi St. G, North Terms lots Victoria Each '4 Lote, iCtrnieT' 6th: Are. .and 16th St. South, next Lutheran .Church i f Terms E. V. DOOLEY Owner t Lethbridge BUSINESS LOCALS" The'high cost uf living solved iy sating at the 'Dallas Cafe. Dinner from 12. to 8, 25 cents.; Pie aad Coffee 10 cents. Short orders at all hours ;ThB Young. Ladies' Sodality of St. Patrick's Church are holding a-social and at home in K. of P. Hair-tomorrow evening. Admission aOc. No Germs In Pasteurized Milk and Cream You may as well be sure. Ask your doctor The Lethbridge Creamery Ltd. Phone 584 801 7th St. iBeuth Uthbridge. officers in the regiment, which will 'be a secret coaference Jn composed of two .battalions of ten Europe wbich cause Russia to de- companies, each 112 men, including j sert the all es and support Germany non-commissioned officers; will get the news here about Sep tember 25 or 26. I knffw what .1" am talking .K. Graves, New York, an ex-Germ air spy. each company. There are from two to four lieutenants in each company, one one adjutant; one colonel and one major, making a total of from 66 to 160 officers for the rogiment. The Coldstream Guards are among the oldest of- the British, regiments, and have many splendid records to their credit. They are nextjn-age only to the Royal Scots, and their history dates back to the restoration Macleod Gets Mo Oil Game Drill at Work Macleod: Sept. 23. llacleotl is all agog today over the "spuddin? in" of the first oil in -the Mud Lake oil iir.M. The ..Mud Lake Oil s. w. of section 10, was spudded in at 2.30 by His Worship. :Mayor Stedman, in the presence of'-many of the lead- ing men of arc the oil operations m this field The was all set ready for the mayor to start the machinery, and there nil! he Ipt-up until the oil sands are Jackson's Water Glass for Preserving Eggs .1-lb tins....... 25c 17-ft Jackson Co. Prescription Drug Store Albert J. THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach this Office before i2 o'clock noon on the day of publication Regular meeting of the Council of than Lethbridge Board of Trade will be held at luncheon in the Lcthbridge Hotel at 12.0 p.m. tomorrow (Thurs- September 24. CITY AND DISTRICT A Good BUI The Monarch TJieatre has a good bill this .week, particulars of which may, be seen in their advertisement on the Sporting page. Tnc inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by ,the most modern machinery under-ike careful vigilance of most competent millers. Case Against Cosman Dismissed Henry Cosman, charged with at- tempts .to defraud, was yesterday dis- missed hy his lordship iiir. Justice Hyndman iu the Supreme Court. Masonic Notice An emergent meeting of Lethbridge Lodge No. 39, A.F. A.M., will he leld in .the Masonic .hall, S.p.E. block, iomorrow evening, Thursday, Septem- ber at: 7.30 sharp. Visitors wel- comed. .Confirming degrees. General Manager StarEand Her-s W. Ledoux, general manager of Star :and 'Ltd., the entertainment companj with 'Winnipeg, Brandon, Calgary, LeUibrfdge, St and )maua is a visitor in the .city today says that Lethbridge is proportionately much better off fin- ancially, than either Calgary or Win nipeg. Two Companies From Cranbrook in Regiment Fernie, .B.C., Sept. work of organizing the East" Kooteuay In- fantry Regiment is rapid- ly; A .very enthusiastic meeting "wa: ield at' Granbrook on Sunday, a Mackay and Captain Moffat'of this city attended. At. th meeting Judge Thompson and manj prominent Cranbrook citizens dressed a large gathering, and rangements were made. for the form .us of two companies at that place j. P. Tisdale and D. David were ap pointed captains of the respective companies'. The meeting closed with a aong by Captain "It's a Way to Tipperary.V all joining in; the chorus followed by the National Anthem. Thi citizens of Cranbrook are to be con gratulated for.the enthusiastic man ner in which they have entered into this work, and lor their contributions to the new regiment, "which, ivlll be known as the 107th Regiment, have been large and numerous, among them being the offer of a site for an armory in a very: central locality gratis, hy Mr. Hyde-Baker. No Change In Price of i' K Blue Ribbon Tea B BLUE RIBBON TEA 00. have plea- sure in.announcing .that they do not pro- pose to take advantage of the advance.in price of tea. This company is in a position to supply all the Tea required in AYestern Can- ada, and will sell at old prices indefinitely. f spite of the heavy duty which lias just been Im- posed upon Coffee, sve will continue to sell Blue Ribbon at old prices. c Blue Ribbon, Limited Winnipeg Edmonton Calgary CHIEF- OF PROVINCIAL' Fernie, B.C., Sept. who has been acting chief provincial constable here for the-past six raonthn, has been appointed chief of provincial police for the district of southeast Kootenay, with headquarters at Fernio, vice cbiet flinty, 'who wi transferred to the Hazleton. district. Wholesome Satisfying Meals Good Service Splendid Menu Commercial Oyster And Chop House 210 Sth Street South MONARCH 1VJ. THFATRP 1 1 TODAY THEATRE TOMORROW WION'IN THE CLOUDS A- Riot of Sensationalism in 3 Parts1 A-NARROW SQUEAK A Joker Comedy Scream WATCH FOR 'LUCILLE .LOVE' Ferriie, -B.C., Sept. 'was "Garibaldi and--was celebrated at Fernie hy. all the Italians of this city and surrounding district. Over three the Italian so- cieties .of. the neighboring-towns .'visit- ed the city On arriv ai they were met by the local Italian societj, and headed bj the Italian HAVE A HEART HATE A HEART SEE "The Trey o' Hearts" The Problem Play of the Age Next Monday band, gorgeous bannnrs fljing nd oeautifiri silk Canadian {lags anil Italian standards beihg'carried side by side at Hie head o( each lodge, paiad- ed the principal and'1 tiieri :re- to their, lodge-room: The "day's 'equities came to a successful ter- mination evening, .when -a grand iall was ueld.Jn Iclel Dining Room Furniture Suites and Odd Pieces Whether }'ou need ;i whole suite or just an odd piece, our complete lino can supply it. Buffets Tables Cabin- ets All Finishes AND All Prices Remember, we carry medium and cheap grades as well as the High Class, and as usual we will Guarantee the Prices to be right. COME IN AND PRICE THINGS Standard Furniture Co. HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE OPP. COURT HOJJSE 4th AVENUE SOUTH ;