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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Windsor tUS Day Hotel In Alb4rU LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD The rich flavor and all the wholesomeness ot the Harvest Field is brought to you In "Pride of Alberta "and "Mother's Favorite" ]Vo Bread Can Be More Nourishing than that made with either of these brands of Hour. It house- keepers understood the care and scientific knowledge used in their mining and 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 Cream Wanted We are able to handle more Choice Cream foi- butter making'. We remit promptly. Highest market pric- es paid. Crystal Daiiry Limited Phone 157S 527 13th St S. GARBUTT BUSI- NESS COLLEGE NIGHT AND DAY'CLASSES Arithmetic, Shorthand, Type- ffriting: Spelling, Bookkeeping, English. Night School Hours: Monday and Thursday Evenings From 7 to 9.30. ENTER NOW--ALBERTA BLK. Home Made Bread A FRESH SUPPLY OFCISARS, CIGARETTES 4 TOBACCOS Private) iooths for ladies... AT THE Home Cafe Next to Gray's Hardware. Bone of Full Dinner 12 -to 8 25 cents Pie and Coffee. 10c Short Qrders at all i hours TIM Nigh Colt of Living Solved by Eating at Dallas Cafe For Sale 2 LoU m Block UVUth St. C, North Terms I tots Park Each I IjOtd, Corner 6th Am ana St. South, .next. Lutheran Church Terms E. V. DOOLEY Owner i Lethbridge MARKETS THURSDAY'S GRAIN MARKET Sept. tnd closing prices OIL tao grain ex ihanges today were: Wheat- October. December December :l ax- November December Open nog 113 11975 4314 4Sii 125 129 Winnipeg Cash Prices To. 1 Northern.......... To. 2 Northern...... SrO. Northern Jo. 5............. 2 C. No. 3 C. W. Vo. 1 Feed fo.'.l Es. Feed........... .To. 2 Feed Clos 110', '4514 124 126 12S 101 96 {5 46% 453.4 4514 'o. 3 65 'o- 60 53 'eed i 56 An Extra Special MclNTOSH REDS, ST. LAWRENCE AND WISNER'S DESERT APPLES OF SUPERIOR QUALITY We wero indeed very fortunate lii securing a quantity of the above linos. All-No. 1's, lurt'e size, llnti fluvor and 'extra heavy cases. While they last, B. C. Ko.'l's, limited yuautlty. Per B. C. of the season- Price per GREEN GAGE basket crates- Price per crate ITALIAN inch extra heavy Price each 31-2 Inch cases ..........................85c HUB8ARD pound ...........03c HYSLOP CRAB Large cases, Half cases.......-----......... ........95c RIPE a limited Per basket..............................45c pound........................03c ONTARIO CONCORD shipment to arrive tomorrow; THE GOOD CO. jtore: HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES rn0ne WEATHER Max. Lethbridge, clear 74 "42 Ediju ntoa, cloudy.. 72 37 Calgary, clear...... 72 42 .Medicine Hat. clear Saskatoon, fair...... 67 ttS Moose Jaw, clear... 72 .34 Regiua, clear 69 34 Brandon, fair....... 05 27 Portage, clear...... Go 3S Winaipeg, fair.. Gtl 31! The weather throughout the prairie provinces has been fine and cool. Forecast and cool'today and on Friday. Saskatchewan and and warm today and Friday. CITY AND DISTKICT A Redcliff'Contract Hotson, Leader Goode have the contract for the new Hoyal Bank build- ing at Redcliff. Druggists in Session J. D." Higiubothnm is in Edmonton attending a meeting of the Alberta Pharmaceutical association. Poultry Fanciers to Meet A meeting of-the Lethbridge Poul- :ry and Pet Stock association will be icld next Tuesday night. Every mem- ler of the association should lie pre- ;ent as plans for the coming show wi'il )e discussed. What's Trumps? The season for Club Meetings, Card Parties.i.etc., will soon be .at, hand.; YoUUJ. want to start- the season decks. We sell all the best known lines of CARDS Our prices are so low that you can afford to 'get several decks. "We also sell Score Cards, Fa- vors, etc. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Ph.n. Ill Third, Avt. _ _ Minneapolis Wheat Open Close eptember 106% December I... 112 fay... 11654 Chicago Wheat eptember im 107 cember acr ii75i 'LOCAL -MARKETS Ixfcal grain "prices remained un- lenged today. Potatoes took a' slant down'wards nd are 'now wortii 31.75 per cwt. on e local market- This is due to the act ;that local spuds have come on e market, and 'wholesalers are not mpelled" to pay freight tolls on po- toes from B.C. Wheat- o. 1 Nor. 94 No. Eed 92 o. 2 Nor. 91 --No. S9 o. 3 Nor. 87 Ko. 3 Red 85 ats-No. 2 C. fl'. 38 LIVE STOCK 6c.; cows, 5c. ilers, oic. 5c.; .wethers, 5J 6c.; veal, 1c. ioc.; springs, hogs, 7 to 8c._ S13.00; timothy altailay 512.00 alfalfa onered .50 to blue-joint, (none of- per rt; cents per pound; ions, per .cwt.; .turnips, nts per pound; beets, 1% 'cents per pound.' No Germs III Pasteurised Milk and Cream You may as be sure. ,Ask yoiu- doctor The Lethbridge Creamjery Co., Ltd. 584' 801 7th St, South Lethbridge. Left for Ontario to be Married J. G. Mills, who Svas on the staff of be Vulcan Banlr. of Commerce, left a days ago' for Stratnroy. ont., vbere he will enter the bonds of mairi-! opny, 'before proceeding to take up a' sew position at JMacleodJ His p'iace at be bank has been taken bj Mr J. "iromarty. Presentation" to Mr. Sheldon On '21, at noon, a pres- entation of a handsome gold watch, chain and peaflanb was made to Mr. Robert Sheldon; blacksmith at the C. I roundhouse; at Lethbridge, on; the occasion of his -leaving for a trip j to the Old Country Jlr. J. Davey, onl hebalf of the workmen at the house, made the presentation 3 spoke of the high esteem an -which Sir. Sheldon was held, and all Joined in jnp- him God-speed, Lecture on "Diamonds" Tonight This evening at'.8 Dun- donald will :speak 'on "God's Dia- monds" in the First Baptist church, Third avenue'and Ninth street. The lecturer is now well ftnown to a large constituency in this city. He has had an extensive and unique experience in Canada and and-the story of the times he has had 'with this lec- ture, is worth hearing. He Is" a -Scot from the southern: Highlands, and his enthusiasm would stand him in good stead oa a charge oij the battlefield. He is a man of.leai'iess courage and of tender whom to meet is refreshing and invigorating. ;His so- lourn in Lethbridge .will not'last much onger, so it'is hoped; that this-oppor- tunity, will be taken advantage of by many. Admission'Ju' free, and-a col- lection will be made SAVE YOUR RAZ-OR BLADES f Bring or mail your Safety Blades'to us to sharpen.- No matter what make they are. Single Edge, per dozen 25 c Double Edge, per dozen. ...-.35c, Durham-Duplex, per -dozen. :50c Hollow Ground, each.......25c Surgeon's Lancets THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on thfa day of publication The regular meeting of the C.O.F. will be held in the K. of P. hall to- night at S p.m. CITY AND DISTKICT Bank Clearings Bank clearings this 'week totalled as against for the corresponding week last year. Looking After Traffic W. C. Bruce, traffic chief of the Al- berta government telephones, was in the city yesterday inspecting the lo- cal exchange. -Look Who's Here Registered at the local hotels today are the following: Lieut.-Col. Hasse'.I and Captain Joliffe, of London, Eng.; M.H. Brimhall, Raymond; Ray Knight, Raymond; B. D. Kinsey and "wife, Warner; H. A. Jensen, Purple Springs; Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Leech, Taber; E. Officer, Calgary; Warren Porter, rassy Lake. -The inner part of the wheat b'erfv ground, bolted and dressed most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. Off to Silent North A 'hunting and trapping party, con- sisting of John Sykes and J. G. White, both of Portland, Ore.; who with their pack-of Airdales, 'which they are in- tending to use in the pursuit of var- mint, and also as sled dogs, have join- ed J. H. Sykes and E. Yoha of Raley, and this morning passed through the city en route for Edmonton, where they intend outfitting for the "north cpuntree." -While in that-country, it is the intention of the party to locate !n a suitable district which would be desirable for stock raising. Flower Day for the Salvation Army III connection with the harvest festi- ral, as the number of persons reached has been comparatively small, as.well as the amounts received, no account of the scarcity of money, it ms been thought advisable to hold a 'Flower when a number of Sal- vation sisters will sell bouquets on the streets, so- as to reach as large a nura- jer as possibles Many citizens retrain from contributing to the "work beca; [of the fact that it Is not possible to idonate an amount they feel Is worthy the will .welcome the op- of Joining with a great-many j more in nlckJe or dime to ihelp the Army with its work jists have kindly consented ;tp provide some flowers for this purpose, and it j Is hoped the amount desired for the harvest festival.effort will be material- ly assisted by. this more general sub- scription. The Army haa labored un- der considerable; difficulties recently hi regard to financing, n ptwith- standing the small am ou-nt needed !n this 'city, and all who appreciate Its work will be glad to fre.0 It from a bur den'of debt -by this cpncluding effort of the festival forget? Saturday next, Sahation Afmy 'FJotfer Day Belgians Take 2000 Germans London, Sept. fight ing is proceeding at, different points to the, south of Antwerp, says a dispatch from Amsterdam to the Reuter Co. At one place, the name of.which was delted by the .Belgian a .German force of 2000 men was routed, many being killed, Wounded or taken prisoners. Never before have the B-slgians, "the dispatch aays, taken so .many in a single battle. Open Letter to the Mayor "Lethhridge, 24, 1914 To the Mayor: Honorable Whether there is a laxity about the enforcement of licenses in this city, or not, is a ciuest-ion which has given me and some of my law-abiding com- petitors reason for a doubt. Some time ago steps were taken to enforce all thoss engaged in transfer and haulage businesses-lu this city, to obtain li- censes' permitting them to continue, or upon default to discontinue. It ap- pears very evident to me that several offenders have not done either, but find amusement in ridiculing those who are Hving up to municipal require- ments. whether this condition is due to negligence of duty on the part of our city officials, or 'whether it ob-! tains 'because they wish, to extend fav- i ors to persons who pnde themsc on being able to the law 01 not is what I and my fellow licensees wish to know Providing vOu in your offi 'c al capicity can and will amend these existing conditions or cause the alteinatue gnen the offenders at the' court to be enforced, I and others of my calling, will especially appreciate your so doing, as a thorough execution of your duty. Soliciting the favor of a reply, Yours Respectfully 'EDWARD KING. Winnipeg, Sept. C. H Colle-fc, the British aviator who drop- ped three bombs on a Zeppelin shod ut Dusseldorf, Germany, yesterday, sweeping down to within 400 yards of his target, is a .former resident of Manitoba; is only 2ti years old, and is'-a- nephew of two Winnipeg men, Charles Pilley, the Grain Exchange, and Edwin'Pilluy, of the (X The Col- let family were; formerly 'engaged in farming, .at-. Oak :13luu', Manitoba. About 15' rears they" went" back to England; Lieut. Collet was just a youngster ;when he .left Manitoba. There in the and every; one of them-is in the army at tbe front at the present time. A who was born in -the WmniLCg Geniral Hospital, is alsu at the front as a nurse. Russian Before Cracow Sept. 24. for- warded to London by the Rome correspondent of .the Central News says that the Russian ad- vance guards already have rivod before the Austrian fort- ress of Cracow. V AUSTRIA WILL INVADE ITALY Rome via. Paris, Sept. spite of denials to the contrary made by tl e Austrian government, -newsiiRjie s here publish detailed descriptions pu porting to show that Austrian arm ments :ire beiiig placed on the Italia i frontier, and declare that preparations are being made by Austria to invuclG Italy. VON MOLTKE'S -SON KILLED. Paris, Sept. son of Field llar- shal Count Von Moltke has been kill- ed in the figliting at Bijernay- CANADIAN GOVERNMENT TO ENLARGE CENSOR BOARD Ottawa, Ont., Sept. is under- pass an will give the federal authorities a greater measure of control, over telegraph and telephone lines during the war.: The government it is stated, will take wida' powsrs, which will be exercised only it becomes'necessary. If action is takea it Is likely that the authority of the board of censors-appoiutsu re cently will be enlarged. BUSINESS LOCALS Dsii'L loitjcl tiie uanre in uurg manh'ti Hall tomorrow eVonlngr; I The high cost o? living -solved by eating 'at the Dallas Cafe. 'Dinner from 12 to cents. Pie.and 'Coffeo 10 cents. Short orders at all 163-H) GERMAN SPY DIRECTED ALLIES (M. H. Donohue in, London Chronicle) The spy has, been the subject of many" a curious "story, hut I think-it would be hard to equal the following incident, for the truth of which I can vouch During some ot the earliest fighting round advance British party provided with an Interpreter He was dressed In, French uniform, and his French'arid English do'not appear to have aroused the least suspicion. As well as 'being acted on eeveral'QCcasions'as guide 'On those says my in- formant, "something always went wrong. He .got us into more than one nasty situation. There were, of course, rows between him and our officer, but none of us suspected anything, and we knew, uf course, that 'we were on dan- gerous work. At jaot however, his guilding led us. nearly into the arras of a superior German force. We had to dear-out pretty smartly, and managed to get away. When we reached a safe posi- tion, I was astounded to sos our cap- the guide'down. .other the truth had dawned on-.-the capaaln-Mhnt ho .had '.o, deal And he was right -'pr, as the miserable fellow lay dying, hi kept on I FRIDAY-SATURDAY EXTRA SPECIALS Frpm the Variety Store Delicious Lethbridge in.ulc Chocolates. This populai line in one pound hoxcs, lutely fregh. Keg. 75c, bpocial, box... ENAMELLED SAUCE-PANS 25fi quart, regular 50c ENAMELLED, PRESERVING KETTLES i-quartj regular CREAM JUGS White Special STOVE.POLISH C_ Heffiilar lOc Special ww GENUINE HERU8: VEGE- TABLE PRESS Special 25c STAFFORD'S PHO.TO PASTE Ttegular lOc OC DISH TOWELS 4 Ver> spccml I UU 97 PIECE Regulai SIS 50 4 M ntS 4> I W.60 The Red Corner BRICE A. McKAY. CORNER 3rd AVE. 6th STREET._ Lighthouse To Be Erected in Lethbridge Architect's plans now complete 400 'People Required by contractor, and called for in specifications Residents of North Lethbridge especially in- vited to attend demonstration when light .is turned on ;