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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor BMt a Day Hotel In Alb.rta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETMBRIDOt The Dallas Hotel U the Sent and Moit l.nt Plan toMay The rich flavor and all the wholesomeness of the Harvest Field Is brought to you In Pride of Alberta "and "Mother's Favorite" NV Bread Can Be More Nourishing than that made with either of these brands of flour. If house- understood the care and scientific knowledge used In their milling 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 CAPE COD CRANBERRIES We Imvo just had our Unit shipment of Cranberries 'from Cape Cod. The quality Is fine. Hero are a few FRESH Meats- Quarts................................90c Pints..............'....................SOc PICKLING Per pounds for ..............25c ONTARIO basket..40c FREESTONE case SUGAR pound cases B. C. WEALTHY Heavy iOc Phonel271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHER MONARCU 1VI THEATRE 1A To-night "The Stirrup Brother" Adapted from the Celebrated Novel by O. Henry To-morrow Pie Eating Contest Watch the Kids Do It. Mirth Galore MARKETS Cream Wanted "We are able to handle more Choice Creain for butter making. We remit promptly. Highest market pric- f _ es paid. Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 527 13th St S. PIE-EATING CONTEST AT MONARCH TOMORROW Monarch tomorrow Eight will overflow with, hearty laugh- ter. A pie-eating contest is one of the funniest things ta pull oft Imagine the f tin of watching six or aoys all eating juicy blueberry pies witlL their hands t.ed. See the for yourseif. -It's Be sreat. GARBUTT Business College NIQHT AND DAY OLASSES Arithmetic, Shorthand. Type- writing, lUpelfony, Bookkeeping, English. Night School Hours: Monday ana" Thursday Krcnings From 7 to 9.30. ENTER NOW ALBERTA BLK. Fresh Oysters Any Style Prirate tooths tor ladio. AT THE Home Cafe to Gray's Hardware. Full Dinner 12 to 8 25 cents Pie and Coffee IOc Short Orders at all tours Tin Cert of, Living Solved by Eating at tho Dallas Cafe MONDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Sept. and closing prices on the Grain Exchange today were; Open Close 108 10 Dec............. 109% 11014 May 116% 49% Dec............... 43% .Flax Oct............. 122 132% Nov.......... 12494 Dec, 126% 126V4 May 134 Winnipeg Cash Prices Wheat- No. 1 -Northern No. 3 Northern No: 3 Northern .......'_..... 99% No. 4 No. 5 .93 S7 Feed Oats- No. 2 C. W. No. W.............. Extra No. 1 Feed No. 1 Peed No. 2 Peed o. 3 No. 4 Rejected................. Feed American Markets Sept............ 10414 Dec. May 113% _ 105% lOSti liar ___ -115% 78 4S 47% 61 59 57 10614 108 113 106% 109% '116% Lethbridge, cltar Edmonton, clear Calgary, cloudy., Medicine Hat, fair Macleod, clear..... Red Deer, clear Moose Jaw, clear.. Regina, clear. Winnipeg, cloudy.. Port Arthur, fair.. Nelou, The weather- general! Max. 64 63 66 70 79 66 73 70 75 Mia. 44 3f> 34 .1 44 41! 33 43 50 32 48 .5C throughout the prairie provinces has been fine and TV-arm. A few showers in Alberta, but fine and clear in Manitoba and katchewan. Forecast AH today and on Tues day, and slightly cooler. tj. CITY AJVD DISTRICT Motor Party A. F. 0. Tatum, Dr. and Mrs. Gilles- pie, Mrs. Miss Moses and D. Thomson were in the city yesterday, baring motored from Pincher Creek. Big Sale of Sheep George Hatch, on. Saturday sold through the Hatch Lewis stockyards 1900 sheep to Sandy Campbell of La- combe. This ie one of the largest sales reported for some time. Steamship Movements The .Allan, liners Scandinavian and Scotian arrived, in Montreal oa Sat- urday and The Donaldson liner Letitia docked in Que- bec Sunday morning P. Burns in South P. Burns, tho Calgary millionaire stockman, went south this morning with George Milne, to arrange for win- ter feeding at Milk.River, where Sir, Burns always winters a large herd of steers, Hot Water Bottles and Syringes In buying Syringes you must depend largely on the judgment of the Druggist; for quality, aa exterior appearances would rare- ly shoft'-defects We buy Syringes from reliable makers only anil we use the- same care in selecting pur stock as 'we So iir buying" drugs HOT WATER BOTTLES COMBINATION SYRINGES- AND MANY SPECIAL SYRINGES Our large -buying enables us to make low prices. ALL RUBBER GOODS ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Poultry Association A. meeting or the. Poultry association ivtH -e fceM uu. Tnfcsdsj' September 29, at the Immigration hall, ,t 8 o'clock. All members are ashed o attend u> arrange prize list for com- ng show CITY AND DISTRICT Personal Mention G. E. VroomuL of Calgary was a week-end visitor in the city Nick, the south's premier jarlsy a Saturday visitor from Claresholm. A. P. Veale Sunday-ed in Lethbridge. Death of Mrs.. John Graham The death occurred today of Henri- etta Graham, aged 50 years, wife of John Graham, 1303 Thirteenth street North-... She is surviv.ed by four daugh- Miss Henrietta, Graham, Mrs. Haokett, Mrs. H. Clarke and Mrs. Gar- ner. The.funeral will take place on "Wednesday afternoon from the resi- dence The Bijou Opens The Bijou theatre opens Its doors a continuous performance every, night and on afternoons. The management intend making their the most attractive in the city, and to ensure this are selecting films of'the finest description, Including the Famous Players, and the Tesse L, .sky notable series, In addition there, wll! be the; best comedy fea- tures, and items, of special interest on he war -tfith Pathi's. -'Weekly. Gas- ;ell's fonrpiece orchestra will be.in performances. Settle Salary Business The committee of- 'the teaching staff of the city schools and the school -management committee of. the school hoard will hold a conference this evening at 5 o'clock to deal "with the proposed salary cuts President Hardie Mayor Hardie is in Edmonton today where he is attending a conference be- tween, John Perrie, deputy minister of municipalities, and executive of the ASberta Union .of-Municipalities, of which the Mayor-is president. The meeting called to discuss a number of concrete problems presented, at the last convention of the league in Cam- FOR Your Children BECAUSE ITS' PASTEURIZED ASK YOUR DOCTOR Pasteurized Milk Cream and Choice Creamery Butter. Velvet __________Ice Cream_________ The Lethbridge Creamery Co., Ltd. Phone 534 -SOI 7th St. South Lethbridge. Funeral of Late Wm. Reardon The funeral of the-late Wm. Rear- don, late C.P.It. gardener, was held Friday afternoon from St. Patrick's church to the Roman Catholic ceme- The foEowing, all -C.P.R. em- ployees, acted as pallbearers: Messrs. Blair, MacBlroy, J. Gordon, H. Paui, Martin and H. Routledge. The em- ployees of the GPR wish to thank those 'who so. kindly assisted.In the ceremony, also .Mr. Frache for wreaths and Mr. De Guerre-for services. F. H. Reardon and B H Scott wish to thank the employees for taking care "of the burial. [The foregoing appeared in Satur day's issue, but was madefto read lud- icrously by a typographical error.] Bottled Wamgh and Comfort Be the Cool Fall Nighfs with a Hot to put at feet. The comfort many slight cost. Our stock has just arrived and cornea direct from the factory; every -'bottle' iresh and sure to wear long give perfect satisfaction. We have several grades, some in all sizes, little face bag to the fb'ur-quart ivater bot- tle. All guaranteed, too, MAXIMUM WATER BOTTLES A cold weather comfort that withstands hard usage; does not leak, .and.will, not hard. Reinforced seams, full capacity, unlosaJble stopper. Real Economy to JlHigiiibotdam The Store TELEPHONE-NO. 322 THE BULLETIN BOARD for this Column should reach Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Cavalry squad will ride this evening at 7 o'clock at the barracks St. Augustln's congregational social in the parish hall at S o'clock. Pro- gramme and refreshments. CITY AND DISTRICT Collecting Poll .Tax Chief SkeJtoii Is arranging for the collection of the 1914 poll tax. Transferred to Moose Jaw Fred Rose of the Dominion Laud Of- lice staff, 'this' morning received or- ders transferring iiiru to Moose Jaw Shipping' Sheep J. F. Taylor, the Stirling sheepman, is In the city today superintend ing-the shipping of several thousand head of sheep R. M. Stalker, the Grassy Lake rancher, is also in the city Had Bumper Crop High River Times: Mr. Robert El- liott, a prominent farmer of the dis- trict, has completed harvesting and threshing, and he declares he has nev er had such a bumper crop since com- ing to Alberta. He had 100 acres un- der oats, from which he threshed SOOO bushels of J. Carton's No. 22 oats, and each buEhel weighed 461bs. He was of- fered 50 cents a bushel, but refused, as he will sell all for seed, lie also had 10 acres under barley .from which he threshed 450 bushels, and same is in great demand for malting, purposes Mr. Elliott states that he put consider- able work on his land last year, but.it Waa worth while. To Rent Fully Modern House on 13th between 3rd and 4th Avenues Fully Modern House, 7th Ave. Will be decorated to suit ten- ant. 1 Appfy ARTHUR HAYR Cl can and Pure The inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted ;and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers.' We will leave it to you To decide whether we luivc been claiming too much for our line oi BEDS and BEDDING. TTc claim to have (lie best range of Beds, Springs, Mattresses, Blankets, Comforters and Linen in the city We know that's big talk, but we M ill leave it io YOU. Pi-ices and Quality Guaran- teed. Come in and bee Them for Yourself. WE LIKE TO SHOW OUR GOODS COME IN ,AND PRICE--THINGS Standard Furniture Co. QUALITY FURNITURE OPP. COURT HOU.SE-.-. 4th AVENUE SOUTH Cardston Member Here country, with every farmer preparing Martin of-Cardston, is' to sow the largest acreage in his life visitor in the'.city, He states .that next: Stock conditions jnditions are fair In the south j south are good Jackson's Water Glass for Prestrving Eggs 1-ib tins........25c 17-tb Jackson Co. Lethbridj lcfa., OFFICIAL BUELETIN London, Sept official war burea< fssu-d the following statement this afternoon: "Last night the attacked our fine with with no moremccess.. There Is no change In the lituation. TKe have gained no ground, and the French have advanced here and .there. BUSINESS LOCALS 'For a first class' bring your choc repairs to C. Hall, 913 1th St S, 242-B The high-.cost Or .living ,solved; 6y eating at the Dallas Cafe Dinner from 12 to 8, 25 cents. and Cofieu 10 cents. Short 'orders at all hourj. Frank Waddington will hold an Auction Sale of very superior House- hold Furniture at the old Rogers resl 120 llth St. S. on Friday nelt. Watch for further announcement. Unclaimed Baggage Sale at Dallas Sept. 29th.at 2 o'clock' a.m.. About 50 trunks, rings ind watches will be sold. to, satisfy unpaid hotel bills (hie to" the Dallas Hotel Co Gus tfeidig, Auctioneer. 244-r-l Owing to an error in dates, Gus Noldig's sale at 427 6th Street yrlll be postponed until 36th as he lias a ..sale of Unclaimed Baggage at the Dallas Hotel tomor- row at 2 p.m. At The "2 M's" This week we will sell any suit in the house, up to arid including for This price includes the best make Century, Fit Society Brand, etc. Terms Cash Charges Made On All Alterations McKelvie "2 M Block ;