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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor J1.23 Day Hotel In Alb.rU LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDOB The Dallas Hotel It the Best and Most font Pliot Stay The rich flavor and all the wholesomeness of the Harvest Field is brought to you in "Pride of Albert "and "Mother's Favorite" No Bread Cau Be More Nourishing than that made with either of these brands of flour. K house- keepers 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 Cream Wanted We are able to handle more Choice Cream. .for butter making. We remit promptly. Highest market pric- es paid. Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 627 13th St. S. To Rent Pully Mndsm House cm 13th Street, between 3rd and 4th Avenues. Fully Modern House, 7th Are. Will be decorated to suit ten- ant. Apply AflTHUB HAYR MACE HIM PAY Saskatoon, Sask., Sept. iiC- In the oace of Almie Kennall versus Arthur Hlman ot Craik, Bask., charged with seduction, former was awarded dam- -ages to the'extent of The jury asked that this be invested' for-the fceueflt of the cbfld 'Business College NK3HT AND DAY CLASSES Arithmetic, Shorthand, Type- writing; Spelling, Bookkeeping, Penmanship, English. Night School Hours: Mondar and Thnrsdav EveniDea From 7 to 3.30. ENTER NOW ALBERTA BLK. Fresh Oysters Any Style FrlTate booths for.-la'dles. AT THC Home Cafe Next to Gny'i Hirdvart. Full Dinner 12 to 8 25 cents Pie and Coffee lOc Short Orders at all houra Tht High Coil of Living (olvid by E.tlng it .the Dallas Cafe MARKET! TUESDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS 'Winnipeg, Sept. and closing prices.on the Graiu Exchange open Oct. 109 Dec........ _._ Ill May 11514 Oct. 49% Dec............. 49% Map............ 53V- Oct............. 122 Nov. 124% Dec............. 128' May. Winnipeg Caih Prices Wheat-- No. 1 Northern.............. ]QS% No. 1! Northern insu No. 3 Northern No. 4......... Clos U7X 53 122X 124 126 100% ssy, No. G.......... Feed..................." Oats- No. 2 C. W................. No. 3 .C. Ez. l Feed......... 1 Feed 2 Feed Barley- No. 3 No. Rejected Feed............. No. 1 N. W. C. No. 2 C. American Markets Sept Dec. -May. Sept 41 T4 47% 45% 66% 61 12114 11SH' CAPE COD CRANBERRIES We have just had our first shipment of Cranberries from Capo Cod. The quality is (Inc. Here aro a few pounds for ..............25c FRESH ONTARIO CONCORD basket..40c Quarts .................90o FREESTONE caso 5oc SUGAR pound caocs B. C. WEALTHY APPLES- PICKLING Heavy cases, each Per pound. .20c Office: 131 Phone 1271 GOOD GO Store HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER 31 ax. 67 Lethbridgs, clear Edmoutou, clear Calgary, clear 68 :40 3S 48 32 3.8. ;si 31 40 45 Medicine Hut, clear TO Prince Albert, fair 60 Saskatoon, clear 66 Moose Jaw, clear.. 71 Retina, clear....... 70 Brandon, clear...... 72 Portage, clear Winnipeg, clear Port Arthur, fair. The 'weather throughout tho prairie provinces has been fine and warm, light frosis in Manitoba and Sas- katchewan. Forecast Manitoba Fair and moderately warm today and on Wednesday. Saskatchewan and Fair and warni today and CUT AND DISTRICT Had Call From Cowley The local fire fighters were; roused from their slumbers this morning at 2.25 by an urgent call from which town was practically all in flames. Chief Hardy hustled the bis steamer and, the chemical to the load- ing platform, and was just pulling out j of the yard 'when a counteracting call' was received by the yardmaster. Hot Water Bottles and Syringes In buying Syringes you must depend largely on the judgment of the Druggist for quality, as appearances would rare- ly ?itow defects. We buy Syringes from reliable makers only and we use the same care in selecting our stock as we do in buying drugs. HOT WATER BOTTLES FOUNTAIN SYRINGES BULG 4 COMBINATION SYRINGES AND MANY SPECIAL SYRINGES Our large buying enables us to make low prices. ALL RUBBER GOODS ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEES. The Red Gross Drug Book Co., Limited "hint III Third THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices fop this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication The Ancient Order of Foresters and I the Companions of the Forest will hold a joint social in Burgmann's hall next Thursday, October 1. CITY AND DISTKICT Work Eight Hours As a result of the decision of the commissioners to keep within To per cent, of the estimates for the.year, the staff of. the Public. Works department, including only the employees on the j streets, parks and boulevards, will be cut.down-to eight hours a day, com- mencing October 1. 109% Will Exhibit at International Arthur Perrey, .the well-known Card; ston gardener and farmer! is in the city today on 'business. Mr. Perrey is preparing an exhibit of grains and grasses "grown on dry land in a dry for the International .Irrigation Congress in Calgary next .mouth, just; to show the irrigation fans what South era Alberta :can do without, the aid! of the ditch. j 1 Mayor Will Attend Red Cross Meeting Mayor Hardie, who is in Edmonton attending a meeting of the executive! of the Union of Alberta Municipal! ies, will stop over in. bii'Uiii return to attend the meeting, of the{ Alberta branch of the Canadian Red roHa society, with a view .to obtain- ng light on the question of reviving ocal interest. Mrs. Geo. W. Robinson, was appointed a delegate to the meeting by a union of the patriotic societies in the city, will also attend. 107% The meeting ;is scheduled for Wed- Dee, May. 108% no y, 117 K 109 115 106 V- 109 No. No. No. No. No. No. 2 C. W. LOCAL Northern Northern Northern. Northern, Northern' MARKETS No. 1 Red No. 2 Red S7 No. 3: Red' S-2 No; 4 Red 78 No. 5 Red 71 39 E STOCK Gc.; cows, 5c. heifers. oc f .wethers, 5K to 6c veal, 7c 10c.; springs, IDC.; hogs, 7 to 8c. HW-Timoth} ?13 00 timothy nesday. Captives Escaped Whadayaniean, misplaced your can- ine, or just merely lost your dog? One might have asked the city poiindkeep- er that question with compunction this morning. For someone broke the pound fence down last night, and al- nine weary inmates to escape. The animals had-been roped and cor-j ailed by the city dog catcher, and 'were j. safely abiding in the pound awaiting' the hangman's noose. The mystery of who saved Fido's life remained unsolv- ed at a late hour this afternoon. sfaylor Milling Co. Gives 5 Sacks Flour Donations to the Belgian Relief Fund corrfrnue to pour in in a way to make the committee glad. This morn- ing the Taylor Milling Co. delivered apd alfalfa, alfalfa ottered ifivs sacks of flour .at the relief depot. 19.50 to blue-joint, (none of- The committee had intended to send feredj. ?1.75 per cwt cabbage 1.H cents per pound; turnips, 1% cents per onions, II So per cut cents per beets, pound; -.carrots, cents per pound. BUSINESS LOCALS For a first class job bring ymir shoe repairs to G.: Hall, '313 242-6 The high cost- -t? eating at the Dallas Cafe. -.Dinner from 12 to cents cents Short -ordera-at-all FOR Your Children BECAUSE its PASTEURIZED ASK YOUR DOCTOR. PMleurlitd'MUk'and Cream and Choice Crtamery Butter. Velvet _______ The Lethbridgc Creamery Co., Ltd. 684 801 7th 8t South Lfthbrldge. only a pound car, but so many donations, particularly of flour, are being sent in that Chairman Bowman of'the committee arranging transport- ation, this morning asked that a 000 pound car be supplied. Belgian Relief Arrangements have been made by which residents of the city can send in their contributions of clothing, etc., by asking- the drivers of delivery wagons to deliver same. The merchants of tbe city have kind'iy consented to al- low this. Contributions of a bulky na- ture Trill be called for by special de- livery, on notice, being sent any mem- ber of the comniittee. For con- venience of residents in North Leth- bridge, Mr. A, Williamson has kindly consented to. receive bundles at his store, 246 Thirtsenth street, North, Contributions pr.sacks, sacking, bur- lap and other material, suitable for packing tho clotbing in bundles for shipment to Belgium is urgently need- ed at once, BLAZE AT VANCOUVER Vancouver, B.C., Sept, thousand dollars damage was done early today in a destroyed the old Imperial .Roller Rink, at, Eng- ten Bay and a residence be- ongtng to A..N Mr and Mn Gibson were And ttje barking of tbelr fox terrier- ta whipfi they un, [doubtedly owe awakened d Bottled Warrrith anri Comfort Be Fall a Hot Water Bottle to-put at your feet. The 'comfort One'-affords is worth .many times, its..slight cost. Our stock has just arrived and comes direct from the factory; even- bottle fresh and sure to wear long and to give perfect We have several grades, some in all sizes, from, the little -face bag to the bot- tle. All guaranteed, too. MAXIMUM WATER BOTTLES A coid wea'tiier' comfort that. withstands hard usage; does not leak, and will, not -grow hard. Reinforced seams, full capacity, tinlosaJble stopper. Real Economy to Store TELEPHONE NO. 322 Sudden D-eath of Masmafiin Lady. ilrs, Schenler, the wife of a well- known farmer of the Masinasin dis- trict, died suddenly on Sunday, She had been ill only fifteen minutes. De- ceased Vas 54 years of age, and leaves, besides her husband, four children, two sons and a married daughter in North Dakota and a daughter at home. The inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by- the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most com pe tent millers. FLEETWOOD H, WARD STRUCK AT STRATHMORE HER- ALD MANAGER Montreal, Sept. H. Ward, former general manager of the Montreal Herald, was instantly kill- ed morning when struck ji we tbound Grand Trunk train at Strathmore station. He was trying to catch a westbound Grand Trunk tr.i n to Montreal and did not see the approaching of the other train. His boilv carried fifty yard "Mr Ward 'was 17 years old. vice president' of ihe HoUIen, "Mc- Cready company.. Torontp, Sept. a Masonic Mr. Arthur Hayr, chairman of the ntertaiiinn-nt. commute? of the Board if Trade, is in receipt of tho ng from Vcale, secretary of the Warner Agricultural Society, which holds its annual Tall fair on Thursday and Friday of this week "1 am directed to advise you that we are our fair on Thursday Friday, -October 1st and 2nd. Whilst all'pur directors will be rms- ily engaged during the. progress of the fair.'at; the shine time we sbuiild to glud to welcome, the members I of ilhc Lothbridge Hoard of Trade, if they can arrange, .to make one jof their 'get acquainted' .trips to t.ur tDivr. pvnJr.i. from' present indications to have (a very good considering comli- ami we liave arranged a program ot horse and mot races tor both days, especially on the Friday "Dusiness men will .have an oppor- tunity of getting in touch with pro- gressive i'armers and actual cou-li tions, -and at the same time th i will be able L to one of the best roads in Southern.Albci'ta." 3Ir. .Hayr-" is cmleavorinjr to HUiuie enough m city tha-t Ihe trip will be worth while, so that a goodly number u the members-of the board 01 trade RUMOR New York, Sept. 29. A news service features the following from Paris: "The right wing of the German army in France In full retreat ac- cording to information from the north. "Ger-eral Von offered to surrender to General Von Joffr-n, the French Cornmander-in-Chlef, if -the Germans are allowed to retire to Germany, It Is said." A. nothing of -.his. SfffiY OFCJ. PARTNER OF THIS CITY SALE JOHN HORNE Or IN BIG WHOLE- BUSINESS may take in j the Warner fair. With lev, exceptions town in the south canceljed their fairs this veir, and those which proceetl with their original [plans deserve the best support of the business of thn citi If Vannot ba ob- tained, fan rfioit made to take a prrt{ to tli south, on the iiam contemplate going ,Hnvr av soon as pos- [rrangeBients can be Fears, for: the safety of bell of Winnipeg in the follow ing disnatcii 'Friends, of C. A. Carnpbftll, of thf wholesale gioctrj firm ot Campbell 'Wilson, believe he lias been drowned on He left for a hunting month ago and he has not been heard from sines meeting here, H. T. Smith, L'IIL LUI-I should isce Mr tor of The Masonic Sun, niad a 1U-1 stole so that ter winch, he bad received from the niade lujtnne Grand Secretary of the Worshipful -..____-T---------1_------- Society, oi Masons oi England. In this letter were authentic statements ot. German atrocities committed on op- erative mas'ons at 'the front. "The Germans are frightful." read? the let- ter, "some of our operative masons .j. who went, out to the Avar were en- AUSTRIAN ATTACKS GUARD C P R Gifard at Calgary OFFICIAL in repairing walls and forts, I They were taken by tiie Germans, j who in some cases cut off both -their (hands. Some masons have lost the right hand, and others have had TV-TTT T S'n3ws wrists sword, so that they will m- er be able to work at the mason's trade again. 'These lerriblc injuries, I 4 Calgary, A1 C P R Dru shot at anil trian; who, tried tb-surrtii duty 'here lasi tureil -a- secon" them..hoth to P the OFFICIAL I the letter .continued, "were not trespassin London, Sept. official press in actual battle, but (.j v and Captures ther Sept. ..29.- A. guard hero qunded' an Aus- Ir three others, il him Awhile on night. He caj> and brought ce headnuart- wcre charged bureau thid afternoon lasusd, a state-; afterwards in cold hlood, .vhun the i ment saying that the position of the masons were prisoners." British in France >s good. HOW TO ADDRESS. LETTERS TO CANADIANS AT FRONT Ottawa, Ont, Sept. have "been inguirlec as to how to address letters to members of the Canadian army while In, service...( Coif. Sam Hughes, minister of to-- day to'send all Canad- ian Overseas Army, England." To en-, sure delivery, he said, it was very es-' sential that the name of the regiment should- he given. Otherwise; .there would be much confusics ant! deliyi- L0.0.1VI. Meeting To-night 8.30 o'c. Initiation and Installation ALEX ONI NM'S LIFE Pottage La Man., Sept. excitement has been caus- ed- in tlie city by news which leaked out this Forenoon to tht eflect that 'a daring attempt was manic last night i to'stall one of. the sentries on guard at .the local Private M. Hooper, ol. the (19th Manitoba Rangers, one of. the men left m charge-of the armory was on duty last night when an unknown man sprung out bira awl made a vio- lent, lunge with a heavy lohg-bladed a gash sentry's thick overcoat about four inches long and also slashed his tunic un- derneath. :The assailant made good his- escape. TJr J B Rutherford, an old tjme practltlonor at Aurora, Ont, is dead Currle, mother of four mln- inftho rrcshyterlan church, died in Notiawasoea township Ontario his departure. He was saen Bis? Tsland, September r Shortly after he left that point in; his beat a heavj storm arose, and It Ifl'feared that ho perished Ilia boat feafa since oeen found a short distance from -Mr. Campbell has been a resident of Win- nipeg for 30 years. His.'brothers, H. J. and A. D. wJio arc as- sociated with him in biiilu'eqsi.havo prosecuted a search witholit resiuH.' Mr. Campbell is a-member Camp- ball Bros. is the or Iginal company, from which the Csimp- bell; Wilson Home of Alberta were bunt up Kr John Homo city being mariager cf the Alberta branches. IilAHJnson, oL has ueen aprolntel ma-tPr mechamr at rri.uorook to tak" the position vacat- ed by the transference of W J Jtenlx Picked Attractively situated faculty, rorrro Dcctusandtena imtethePnnciDal o Change Ill Price of Blue Ribbon Tea BLTE RIBBON TEA 00. have ploa- sure inkimouiicing ihat they do not pro- pose to taljo advantage of the'advance in jjrice of teal This company is in a position to supply all tie Tea required in Western Can- ada, and wit sell at old priws indefinitely.. ot the heavy which 1ms just been im- wo will continue io sell rBiue Klbbon' Coffee- Ribbon, Limited posed upon Coffe< nt old. urices. Blue Winnipeg Edmonton Cjlfltfy ;