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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor But a Day Hotel Alfatrla LETHBRIDGE DAltY HERALD The rich flavor and all the whdlesomeness of the brouflht to yoG In "Pnde of Alberta "and "Mother's Favorite" No Bread Can Be More Nourishing than that made with either ol these brands of flour. .11 house- keepers understood the care and scientific knowledge.used in their milling and the rich, delicious taste they give bread, they, insist on having them. ORDER FROM YOUR GROCER, OR FROM Taylor Milling and Elevator Co., Limited Cream Wanted We are able to liandle inore; Choice Cream for butter mailing. remit promptly.' Highest ma-rivet pric- espaid. Crystal Dairy Limited Phone 1576 627 13th St. S. To Rent Fully House an 13th Street, betTMen, 3rd and 4th Avenues. Fully Modern ;Houae, 7th Ave. Will' be decorated to suit- ten- ant Apply ARTHUR, HAYR We Bny Oil Shares Our Weekly Market Letter is reliable; trod (or It II you hart any ihaiee for let ua have then._ Members Calgary OH Smhange. References Royal Bank Canada DALY A GOLDEN, LTD. Brokers" Caljiry. Alberta GARBUTT Business College NIGHT AND DAY CLASSES Arithmetic, Shorthand, Type- writing, Spelling, Bookkeeping, English; Night tohool Hours: Konday and Thursday Evenings From 7. to 9.30, ENTER-NOW ALBERTA BLK. Fresh Oysters Any Style Private for ladles. AT Home Cafe Next to 'Gruy't Full Dinner 12 to 8 25 cents "Doffee lOc Short Orders at all hours _ ,_..------f Living P- It XLEitim fcL- Jackson's Water Glass for Preserving Eggs 1-ib tins ,25c 17-ib tins Jackson Co. Pretcrlptlon Drug Store Lethbrldge, Alberta. MARKETS WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Sept and..closing prices on the grain ex- change today were: Open Close Octoher 107% 107% December.. 110% 110 Mar 117% 117% October........ 48% 48% December........ 48% 48 May .r....... 52 02 October 12214 November 123% December.. Mar 134 Closing Prices 122 123% 132% No. 1. 10T31 No. 2 No. 3 Northern.......... 99% No'4.................. 93% No. 87ti No. 6.................. 82% Feed..................... 78% Be Here Friday la response to many inquiries, 0 P R. Agent Mitchell reports tnat the Royal Ed-ward passengers should reach Letbbfldge on. Friday morning next. STARLAND Million Mystery -Tonight Wholesome Satisfying Meals Good Service Splendid Menu Commercial Oyster And Ch'op House 3JO 5th South CAPE COD CRANBERRIES Wo have just hnci our first sh'lprnollt of Cranberries from Cape Cod. The quality IB Hue. Hero are a few pounds' for ..............25c ONTARIO CONCORD basket. .40c FREESTONE case SUGAR pound cases B. C. WEALTHY Heavy cases, each FRESH Meats- Quarts ___. PICKLING Per pound...............i.T............20c Phonel271 THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER Lethbridgs, clear Edmonton, cloudy Calgary, clear Medicine Hat, clear Prince Albert, clear Sasfcaton, clear Moose .law, clear... Regina, clear....... Brandon, fair...... Portage, clear Port Arthur, cear.. The .weather throughout the prairie provinces has ueeu fine and warm. Forecast Manitoba and und warm. fair, with stationary or lower, temperature. A few local j ahowers tonight or on Thursday Max. 76 66 SO 66 74 SI SO 73 73 GS JHn. 34 36 34 42 42 40 39 42 50 41 42 CITY AND DISTRICT B. of.. T, Luncheon J The Board of Trade will hold its reg- ular weekly luncheon on Thursday noon at 12.30; at the Lethbridge Hotel. Averaged .17 Bushels H. E. Mtebach, proprietor at a large farm at Monarch, has threshing operations.'' His crop aver- j aged in the neighborhood 17 tush- els, and grades No, 1 and No. 2. Hot Water Bottles and Syringes buying. Syringes you must depend largely on the judgment of the Druggist, for as exterior appearances would rare- ly ghow defects. We buy Syringes from reliable makers only .and use the same care-in selecting our stock as we do in buying drugs. HOT WATER BOTTLES FOUNTAIN SYRINGES BULG COMBINATION SYRINGES' AND -MANY SPECJAL SYRINGES Our large Buying .enables us to make low prices. ALL RUBBER'GOODS ABSOLUTELY; GUARANTEED. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Lethbridgo Delegates Lethbridse well represented at the organization meeting of the Al- berta Red Cross at Calgary today.. Mayor Hardie, Senator'DeVeher and Mrs; George W. Robinson -are the Lethbridse representatives in attend- ance. intercessory Services A special .service of intercession for the speedy close of the war and for the welfare of our soldiers and sail- ore 'Trill be held in 3t: Cyprian's church at S o'clock this evening, and-a special celebration of Holy Communion wiK take place in the same church at 7 o'clock' tomorrow morning. The Consular Aasnt of France at Calgary 1 The young Frenchmen born in 1S95 i and those br the" classe's of 1913 and 1914, who have bee'n adjourned, are requested to inform immediately the Consular Agent at Calgary of theil present de Houssy de Sales, Consular Agent. Cooper's Bitter Salt-'. Brick) vAlLaimiyils like TONIC FEBRIFUGE. WORM DESTROYER COLIC PREVENTIVE BLOOD PURIFIER It the DC6t and Most Itnt P.IM H fttay The inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted-and dressed by the most modem machinery under the careful vigilnnee of most competent millers. THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Regular meeting of UO.O.M. to be held last night ami postponed, will be held on Thuiada.v, October 1. Don't forgot the lecture on "Row to Catch by Dr. Dundonald to- night iu the Fifth avenue Baptist church at S o'clock. The Cavalry Squad will parade for drill tonight at 7 o'clock sharp. Infantry drill at the Barracks to- night. CITY AND DISTRICT C.P.R. Engineer Here George H. Webster of the CiP.R. en- gineering department, is iu. the city today. On Inspection Trip Inspector Lindsay of the Mounted Police, has returned from an inspec- tion trip to Foremost, Back From England Lionel .Asquith returned yesterday from an extended trip to England. He was present, when the. war -broke out, and through all the excitement of get- ting armies under way. C.P.rt. Official Visits. F. E. Trautman, of the vice-presi- office of the Winnipeg in the city for a short'time" yes- terday. Prisoners Transferred' Col. Cruikshanks, Military District >To. 13, is in the city today, arranging ,'the "transfer'- of prisoners from the Mounted Police barracks to the military prison at the fair grounds. Tbe transfer :niade this morning. German Spy? SereL. Coleridge- of -division of the R.N.W.M.P., was "catted to Ray- mond yesterday to investigate the case of a man named Miller, who was ar- rested there by Mayor Croxall and the local police on suspicion of being a German spy. The man was headed for the -United States, line, and claimed that he was an. American. -Sergt. Coleridge brought the man to Leth- bridge, and his claim is now being investigated. Patriotic Concert The patriotic concert to be held in the Majestic theatre on Sunday, night is "to be the treat of the" season, be sides being for the worthy cause of raising money for the war emergency fund. It is under 'the 'atispic'es 61 the I.O.D.E., and the City handbill give several selections, aad the leading vo- cal artists, will take part. A collec- tion wHl be taken at the door, and lib eral response should 'be made for the cause. J.D.HlGINBOTHAM fcfa DETAIL CHEMISTS AMD DRUCCIS.TS A Way Out of High Prices The demand from Eur- ope for food is boosting prices and cost of living in- creases. In spite of the heavy demand from abroad, the price has not advanced on Grape-Nuts This healthful food, made of the, finest; wheat and barley, is fully cooked, easily digested, and with cream or good milk is an economical, delicious dish for any meal the year around. by Grocers. Canadian Postum Cereal Co., Ltd Out Londn, Sept. 30, 7.43 Times has received a .'dispatch from its Paris correspondent, dated .Sepr temter 25, and deleted by the censor. It describes the positions in the bat- tle Aisne and the, terrible fight- ing which took place in the valley of the Somme. The correspondent says: "Movements hitherto concealed or. vaguely hinted at, are now unveiled, and the frontal altack of the Allies oil the German position between the Oise and the .Argonne now sinks into ttie background. "One thing is certain, and that Js that the German army, is in a position of gravest danger The Allies have succeeded in a masterly fashion .in threatening, the flanks of the enemy simultaneously, iand .compelling theni to fight for their lives They may succeed; in .extricating their force-In- tact, for they arre still a fomidable in every wav To save them [elves, .however, they can hardly, main- ain t'jeir centre upon.. their proserit lositlons. and it as If thoy will have lo -1 ellre 10 wiui araw themselves from, tho grip of :the Allies' claws. If they are unable' iff ,Jths, they are beaten, anil it wjlj fte cmty a wreck of their {OIWB -which [uVp reach German frontlei Personal Mention Hon. 0. R. Mitchell, provincial treas- urer, was in the city oh Tuesday for a few hours. He went south this morning. I J. Quinsey of Nobleford "was .a vis- itor in town yesterday. 1 I Harper Prowse tlie laoer bar- rister, was in town yesterday on legal business G. Kaupp, a prominent farmer, in the New Dayton district, is-in the city. Mr. Kaupp succeeded in raising n fine crop of wheat this year, in spite of the drouth. H. H. Weymiller, a California irri gator, who purchased a farm in the C colony east of the city last fall, iias bought a quarter section near Lundbreck, which he will farm in ad- dition to his Coaldale holdings Col. ordnance officer from Calgary, was in the city yester- day, looking over. the. new military prison at the fair grounds Back- Athabasca A. Rafton-Canning, -who has been in the north country for the past few months, has returned to the city for a short sojourn before embarking again to spend the winter in the wilds Mr. Canning's impressions of :Letlibrldge on his return, are 'well worth repeat- ing. He thinks that this city Is .built on a foundation much more solid than any of those m the north, and that now is the time to stick s Letlibndge he says, has her greatest opportunity at this time, with the' vast stretchesjof agrcultural land at her door Hungry Europe must he fed, and- this section can do Its share. Mr. Cannings says that he knows of no other city, in :the province which has such a magnificent opportunity to forge ahead Mr Can- ning has spent the larger share of his time in-and around Athabasca, and has some very splendid views of. the north country. We will leave it to you To decide whether we have been claiming too Cor our line of BEDS and BEDDING. AVe elaim'to have the best range of Beds, Springs, Mai tresses. Blankets, Comforters Linen in the city. We know tliaLs bio- talk, but we will leave it to you. Prices and Quality Guaran- teed. WE LIKE TO SHOW GOODS COME IN AND PRICE .THINGS Standard Furniture Co. HOME'-OF QUALITY FURNITURE OPP. COURT HOUSE 4th-AVENUE SOUTH BUSINESS LOCALS I or a firs' class joli lirinj ynllt shoe repaus to t Hall, 013 7th SI. S. The high cost of The high cost of living solved uy eating-at the Dallas Cafe. Dinner from 12 to S, 25 cents'. Pie and Coffee 10 cents. Short orders at all hours. NOMINATIONS IN NEW YORK NOT- York, N.Y., Sept. Martin H. Glynn was nominated for govern- or on thV Democratic ticket; Charles Frederick :M. Davenport on the Pro gresslve, in the primary election las. W aerarjl is the Democratic nominee for linatof, and Willam N Calder wop the Republican noDiinntion. 'THE MILLION DOLLAR j "MYSTERY" AT j'STARLAND The ninth episode of tlio popular "Million Dollar Mystery" will be of fereil with other big attractions nl Starland tonight. This is without caption tbe most thrilling episode o this (treat mystery story, which, has so far been offered 1n I.ethbridge Each episode of tbls Moiling seriai production }s mort interesting more fascinating. It is that all who visit Borland tonight will be held spellbound by the power? fill acting and the exceptional thrllli} which appear in this episode j Too much piaisa cannot be to the great pi ogramme to be offered tonight, and .ill who come to Stir-anil tonight can be fillh prepired to neia the best programme ahoa j at SfaiUnd I BRITISH FEATURE I "AT THE MONARCH The management of the Monaicl, been foi Innate In secunng lt all British ieature ross the in three reeli leg havina ah all star Besides plasers, it Is made the more mteresi ?ng V the addition of the famou British and German aviators Claud Grahame White and Gustave No Change In Price Blue. Ribbon Tea TTHE ELITE KIBBON TEA CO. have ploa- sure in-tonouncing that-thCy- do not pro- pose Lo take advaiit'ago oi'i tlio. advance ni spite of the'heavy duly which has just been Im ised upon Coffee, wo will continue to-sell Blue lilbbon Cofiee at old prices, Blue Ribbon. Limited Winnipeg; Edmont ;