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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FR8E BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel, Windsor a bay Hotel In Alb.rts LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN. IN LETHBRIDOe The Dallas Hotel li the and Most Convwf jmt tt iUy The rich iiavor and all the wholesomeness of 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 flour. IE ho-ose- understood the care and scientific knowledge used in their ill and the" rich, delicious taste they give bread, they would them. ORDER FROM- YOUR GROCER, OR FROM Taylor Milling and Elevator Co., Limited ALBERTA. Cream Wanted able to handle more Choice Cream for butter making. We remit promptly. Highest market pric- i es paid. Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 527 13lh St. S. GAKBUTT BUSI- NESS COLLEGE NIGHT AND DAY CLASSES' Arithmetic, Shorthand, Type- Spelling, Bookkeeping, Penmanship, English. Night School Hours; Monday and Thursday Erenlngs From 7 to 9.30. ENTER NOW -TAL5ERTA BLK. MARKETS FRIDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, Man., Sept. and closing prices on the sraiu ex changes today were: Wheat December October. i.. December....... Flax-i October November December Open 109% 127% Closing Cash Prices TRY OUR Home Made Bread A FRESH SUPPLY OF CIGARS, CIGARETTES TOBACCOS Private booths; for ladies. AT THE Home Cafe Next to Gray's Hardware Police Court The canes against the C.P.R. em- Jjlojeea, wtux are charged with being possession of stolen pro- remanded until Octo- ber: 2. E. Kahoo. is charged Ti'th .fllrti ramr niffrn All three men lave been allowed bail Full Dinner 12 to 8 25 cents Pie and Coffee lOc Short Oideis at all hours The High Cost of Living Solved by Eating at the Dallas Cafe For Sale 2 'Lots In. Block 162, 12tb St. C, North Terms 6 I-ots Victoria JPark Each "4-Lots'. Corner 6th Ave! and ICth St. South, next Lutheran Church Terms 'E. V. DOOLKY Owner Wheat- 1 Northern 2 Northern Vo. 3 Northern 4 No. a Vo. 6 Peed C. W. 3 -0. W. BY. No. 1 Peed No. 1 Feed No. 2. Feed No. 4 Rejected Feed Flax- No. O..N. W. C. No. 2. C.'W. Minneapolis Wheat Open September December 109 May Clos 109 111 IIS 125% 12S 106H 101 M 83 49% 4 I 74 47% Close 105% 109% Fresh Oysterss Ontario Concord and Niagara Grapes Our first'shipment of Oysters for (his season arrived this morning anil every Friday hereafter we receive u shipment. They are the Coast .Sealed kliui, all sol'iu meats. Ontario Urapes, Uie first of the seasou, are to'come lu tonight. Another shipment of Peaches and Ulpe Tomatoes aro also due tonight.. FRESH Quarts ................................90c Pints..................................50c basket............. 350 ITALIAN cases, per casc..90c Per basket .............................a5c TOKAY price per Ib. 200 pound.............. 3C KUBBARD pound........ GREEN pound .............3c Pries per basket............-..i.... .'.'J. ,45c RIPE -basket .45c B. C. WEALTHY No. Extra heavy leases, per case HYSLOP CRAB red color, hard as a rock, fine'for Large cases'.........................-... Half size coses ni. mi Puune 1271 THE GOOD co M. JL IILJI HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES ni Phone WEATHER Lethbridge, clear Fdmonton. fair Calgary, clear Medicine Hat. fair Saskatoon, fair Moose clear... 40 3S 42 -M 42 38 Regina, clear Brandon, fair., Winnipeg, clear-... 4S 3S Port Arthur, fair till 40 The weather throughout the prairie provinces has heea fine and "warm. Forecast becoming warmer. Saskatchewan and Alberta Fine ind CITY AND DISTRICT Church Service at Commerc-s Divine service will be held in the Commerce schoolroom each .Sabbath at 11 a.m., by the pastor of Trinity church, Hardieville. Nest Sunday, Mr. Marsh will preach on "Christian Pro- and it is hoped that there will )e a good attendance. This seyice Is new thing, and; a.cordial .-welcome is to everyone. the Exempted and Reformed French', Citizen The Consular Agent for France in- orms'the French citizens, those who ave been exempted and reformed military service ami who are he- onging to the classes 1SS7 to 1914, .t the French government directs lorn to make immediately their de- aration of -military situation rcr tne ohsular "Agent at These de- arations can be done by the interest- d party directly through registered tter. stating the name in full; class, ate of place of birth; recruiting-office nd reason for-exemption or reform. What's U, The season for Club Meetings, Card Parties, etc., will soon be at hand. You'll want to start the season witb new decks. We sell all the best kuown lines of PLAYING 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 September December May Chicago Wheat 109% 11616 107 110, 117 Trinity Church Services Trinity church; Hardieville; pastor, 'ilfed C. Marsh.-r-Services: Sunday 15 p.m., Sabbath school; 7..30 p.nV. .evening service. -This being rally day the children will occupy -the platform and a special rally- day service will be held. This service .will -'be one of the moat interesting or the -vear and a large attendance, is expected. English class on Tuesday: and "Wed- nesday. On Thursday, Dr. Dundonald will lecture in the church on "Court- ship, Marriage and Home Life." Tic- kets, 25 cents each. Choir practice on Friday at 8.30 p.m.--.Keep these meet- Ings in mind LOCAL MARKETS Local grain changed 'today. Whoair- No. 1 Nor; 2 Ivor 3- Nor; prices remained' un- 84 No. 1 Red 92 91 No. 2 -Red K9 87 No. 3 Red 85 2 C fl j 38 LIVE STOCK 5c.' teifers. 5Jc. DC-, wetners, ;o Gc.; veal, 7c. 10c.; hogs, 7 to 8c. ,5c.; Harvest Festival at tha Citadel What is a new departure for the Sal- ration Arm} in this city TV ill take place i on Sunday and Monday next the young people of the Salvation, Army Corps will hold harvest thanksgiving gatherings for the first time for--them- services all day on Sun- day will he taken'by the loca'; officers the Junior Corps the children ta1 ing part in the 3 f p.m., with special; singing. an.d ..other items of interest H H will deliver an address on young peo- ple's worlr. There Trill he special fea- litres in the.evening It.Is an- ticipated the young people'wiir have a good display of thank offering a, not- withstanding the splendid; response which was given to the senior effort iviiui Freciuently when "a child is nervous and fretful and often, -when it Is pale and does--not seem.--to.-..grow1 in size, and strength as it ought, the only trouble is wprrasf Jt is a iCjOmmon ailment with children and always a ser- ious one hecauBe bad for a child's healtliv and interferes with its proper nourishment and development. REXALL WORM SYRUP is guaranteed- to-expel worms or your money iback.. It is harm- less, very, pleasant.tasting and we are confident that It will please you ia every other way. Frequently worms m children are indicated by nervous picking at the nose and- by presence of little white spots on the inner 'side of the under lip. If .your child has either of these .symp- toms, or is nervous and irrit- able and apparent cause you can" do no harm by giving- It Rexall Worm" Syrup and probably will do a lot of good The Store 322'' KAISER HAS COLD Timothy r timothy'.last week end and hones are mounting aod alfalfa, J12.00; alfalfa offered 19.50 to blue-joint, (none of- Rev D Ross The sale of the thankoffefings will take place at the close of the meeting. A large crowd is expected, precedented success of last week a gatherings both in attendance and pro- ceeds, it is hoped, will be eclipsed. WAR WITH RUSSIA MEANS TURKEY'S END Sept. former Sultan of Turkey has warned the com- mission of Union and Progress that Turkey will he lost if.she enters upon a war against RUB flia Word has reached here from Constantinople that Adrlanopie- ifl short of provisions, t pr-shched Whife Addrcsilng Troops JtVjerdun Geneva, Sept ?5 Kaiser is auf fering from a cold, caught in be was drenched with rain, when he re ccntly visited his soldiers. BUSINESS LOCALS For a first class job bring your re- .palrs to C. Hall, 913 (th St. S, Don't forget ilic Public Dance in Burgmahn's Hall tonight. Social evening. Monday, Sept, 28th at 8 o'clock at St. Augustln's Hall un der auspices of Women'i Music and refreshments, lection. Auxiliary. Silver col- 242-r2 The cost by eating 'at the Dallas Cafe Dinner from 12 to S, 2o ccntf Pie and CoKeB 10 cents. Short orders at all. hours. At the tethbridge Exchange, .Auc: tlon Sale on Saturday, a quantity of household -linen will be sold t pearly all of this consignment Is new presents an 'excellent opportunity for parties requiring good household tin en. Sale commences at 2 30 prompt Frank .Waddlnglon 1s the auctioneer CITY AND DISTRICT Travellers Protect Soldier Members The Northwest Commercial Travel- lers' association is the latest organi- zation to-protect the families of Us members.who have gune to the 'war. At a recent meeting it was decided that the mortuary benefits of all mem- bers who volunteer for active service in the war will be paid, in case of loss, without the payment of .any further I feus until the war ceases. John Home, of the firm of Campbell, Wilson .10, wholesalers, is assistant-secre- tary of t'he above association. The inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by.'the mosfc modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. Salvationists' Rally On Sundae evening a; great demon: stration in. force will be held by the local Salvationists at the corner of Second avenue and Fifth street south. This-will take the form of an open-air meeting to commence at 7 p.m., at which every soldier of the Army member of the congregation and Sun- day'school, who possibly ran, are urg ea to exception of those who are unable to attend through sickness and other causes ev is expected io put in an appearance. Relief Agents Appointed in Some Districts "One thing that has struck me'in. 3ly travels.ithrough Southern Alberta the farmers to a Mnan declare they will .stick and cndeavorr to aise the blggest.crop in 1915 that has ever been grownUn tlifs part of the west This remark ilet'fall yesterday :by "Sommis'Bipner Hugh Boyd, who lias charge of 3, the d'strtuution ;of relief among'the'farmers of the drouth, dis- trict of Hie south. Mr.'Boyd is finding that his position is mostly hard work, as personal in- vestigation is needed in so many cas- es, therefore appointed a .number of agents to act as deputies in their various districts. Following are the men appointed: C. B. '.Irisram, Sundial; Dr. W. T. Patton, .Coutts; Wm. Lake; .Louis Petersen, New Dayton J. B. Grubb, Taber; Mr. Cotton.-Bow H.-Ring'wood, Foremost; R, L. Burr, Kippenviile; Isaac Mantle, Milk River. To Hold Uncle Sam's Forces in Mexico Yet Washington, D.C., SepL tary Garrison 'today ordered ;Brig General Funston, commanding Uie Am- erican forces at Vera Cruz, not to with- raw 'during the nest tea days Secretary; Garrison announced that .he de ay would await the.adjustment of the detail incident to the transfer of funds and the custom -house. CARD OF THANKS H F JVernmer and family desire o. thank'theirjmany friends for kliul- and sj shown m their recent sad: bereavement in the loss >f their son AUCTION SALE The Kcgiihu Vv'cekh Am lion Salp.ol I'luss II II odiio i unMurc bo hold on Saturday Afternoon at 2.30 A splendid lino ut goods will be Mild LETHBRIDGE EXCHANGE WHITNEY BLOCK, BRITISH: MORATORIUM WILL-END Some Debts to Have Monm's Exlen slon From, October 4 London, Sept- beea de- ,ided tli4t there shall be no furthci extension of so far as it aiiplieb tp due retail trad ers In respect of business for rent or relating to bills'.of exchange other than cheques or hills on demand. As regards other. cU-bts to which the general moratorium applies, there Avill be au extension for subject to. the. condition that the interest due under past- proc- lamation is paid. ,On the moratorium wilt, end as regards nil debts. .Dining' Room Furniture Suites and Odd Pieces Whether-you need