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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PKIE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor -11.85 a Diy Hotel In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD "Pride.of Alberta" and "Mother's Favorite" Just The Natural Wheat Taylor Made A Better Quality than.these goods are has no man AM) LOOK'AT THE. NEW GOODS Cross, fancy Seeded Raisins, Victoria Cross, fancy ,ltJ 02. packets, Valencia Raisins, large beautiful stock' 2 Ibs. Suttanne, the senuine goods, imported, H> OK. packets, 23c Sultnnas, blenched California, per Ib........I5c California Prunes, tsryt1 size, per 15c Smaller ones for less money. Evaporated Peaches, fancy stoi'U. 2 for 25c. Ontario Pure White Clover Honey, direct from the producer, -iMnts 45c.: Quarts SOc. 5 Ib tins 31.00; 10 Ib. tins Shelled Walnuts, halves.' unbroken per Ib. ..60c Shelled Almo'ridi, per Ib. 60c. Ciindiecl .Orange Peel, per Ib. 2Qc. Candled Lemon Pee! pyr Ib............... 20c. Candied Citron Peel, per Ib...............2Sc Candled Mixed Peel per Ib................25o. Ready-Cut, 1 Ib. boxes each SOc. Apples, very finest Canadian heavy weights, all No. 1's, per case........... Apples, Wagners, Greenings, Roman Beauties, and a number of others, same pack and grade ns Spies nil No. 1's, per Apples, Ontario Spies, Tibs, for........... 25c Apples, otiier kinds for less money. YOU WILL PROFIT BY KEEPING IN TOUCH WITH OUR ADVERTISEMENTS THE GOOD CO. IhoneLtfl HIGH.CLASS GROCERIES 525 WEATHER KLENZ ERASES DIRT OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Can be used without be used where an al! round cleaner U no injurious chemicals or lye. ON SALE AT DRUG, GROCERY AND HARDWARE STORES MANUFACTURED BY The Klenzo Manufacturing Co., Ltd. UETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. MARKETS tUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Dec. i. Opening and closing prices on the grain exchanges today were Open Close Dec.................... CITY AND DISTRICT Thos. Green Enlists Mr. Thos. W. Green of Carmangaj has enlisted with, the 25th Battery and is-now in training. He 35 well known, printer throughout the south. Belgian Relief Relief for -the Belgians has been forgotten iu the other cam 1.21J- 1.22J -iiKiui palgns now .under, .way, and clothins, 1.16J is still being received for that cause 1.23J 1.23 1.30, 1.17 July Oats- Dec........... 53i May 56} .Dec............................ 1.23i ilay 1.301 CASH :No; 1 Nor........ No. 2 Nor. No. 3 Nor........ No. 4 !No. 5 No. 6 Feed Oats- No. 1 Feed 3 Feed 48J 'Ko. 3 65 4............... 61} Rejected SO I N. IV. C.......... 1.23 No. 2 C. VT................ 1.20- MINNEAPOLIS Wheat- Dec. 1.123 1.13; May 1.18} 1.18} CHICAGO Dec............................ 1.13; 1.205 The Belgians need all the help ihe> can get. Clothing, be received a 423 Eighth street South and forward ed to headquarters of the fuml by the' XO'JXH. Cash contribu tions may be paid lo A. Buchanan 31.P. In Business for Himself W. A. Leavitt.has .severed his con nection with the Alberta .Loan anf _ Investment 'Co. and has been an 1.09J-J pointed general agent for South A1-. herta fc-r the Excelsior Life .Assm> ance Co. and district.manager for the 95 i Guardian Assurance the Guar- 81 I dian Accident and 'liuarantee i.o. j the Norwich 'Jriion F c 49} Co. Retail .Merchants- Secretary has acted as secretary- fcr- the .Retail Merchants' association of- Alberta for the .past two years, resigned his position at a meeting- of the executive committee held .at Red W. H..-Andrews who, for the same period, has been, employed in the office as assistant secretary and also secretary of the Calgary branch of toe association, was appointed aa Bucltnall'a suc- cessor. ,A BETTER REMEDY THAN NASTY SALTS Few people like to take physic, especially salts, because they are so disagreeable to take and because of the griping and pains they cause. Rexall Orderlies enable you tu take less physic, and ail without griping, purging or excessive looseness. Salts and harsh physics usually give only temporary relief and often leave the bowels worse off than_ before. Rexall Orderlies move the bowels promptly, and soothe, tone and strengthen the intestinal muscles, leaving them healthy and regular in action.- They taste like candy, and the movement they cause is as easy and natural as though your bowels were in perfect health and you never had io take any physic at all AVe have so much faith in Rexall Oiderhes that we urge you to try them with the under landing that, if they do not satisfy you in every way, al' you have to do to get your money back i to tetl us. We honestly believe them to be bowel remedy made In vest pocket tin boxes, can buy Rexall Orderlies only at The JUull Storei, and in thi town only of J. D. A Co., Limited COAL, C. O. D. NUT, LUMP, per belivered In two Un loodi, fall .PHONE IMS Jlax. Mill. Lethbndge, fair 34 11 iidlnontou, cloudy.. ,.24 -2 Calgary, fair....... 3i l'6: Prince Albert, fair 22 14 .10 Regiua, clear.. 32 30 Moose Jaw. cloudy 30 20 .01 Winnipeg, 2t> 20 ,d4 Port Arthur, tossy 3S .-10 The wearher throughout the west hns been mosriy fair and mild, snow falls have occurred in some parts of -Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Forecast .Manitoba and and moderately cold. fair and moderate- ly cold today. Local snow or sleet on Wednesday. CITY AND DISTEICT To Discuss Temperance A meeting of the local executive of the Temperance aud -ilpra! He-. league and others Interested V--I11 te held in Wesley hall tonight at S.30. Loan Co.'s New Manager The neu- Russell Oli- the A-lberta Loan Invest ment Co. took un duties this morning- Mr. Leavitt, manager until recently, has left the employ of the company. Candidates' Qualifications The Herald stated an' error yester- day stating that candidates for school board must be ratepayers. The Qual- ifications are changed under the new charter, so that any British'Subject, 21 years of age, may enter the lists. Inadvertently the name of the auth- or of the lettef'headed "Objects to In- crease in Street Railway ap- nearine. in last night's. Herald, was left out. D. A, Smith iras the gentle- man whose name was attached to the communication. No letter appears in the Herald without a signature. Americans Aid Belgians James Fisk, who has been in Great Fai'is for the past few days on bnsi- s, has returned to the city. Mr. Fisk is greatly impressed with the manner in which the Americans in the Montana city responding to -'iUIi for aid-for the suffering Bel- gians. C.P.R. Will Give Christmas 'Trees Chief Clerk Gilmour of the C.P.R. renera'i offices here, announced thfc; morning that the C.P.R. would fur- nish Christmas trees: to the churches and Sunday schools in the city this year, the same, as they have done In the past. A canvas has already been made, and the trees will be-.distri- buted on or about the 20th.' GENERAL. DER German governor of the occupied territory in Belgium reported to be severely .wounded in the face. More Austrian's at Camp 1, Four Austrian's' were arrested on j Saturday by the Mounted Police at JTaber and Coalhurst, charged.with il- j legal entry to Canada. Inspector i Lindsay and A. .E. Humphries, who heard their case, directed that they j be sent to the conceutration.Vcamp at the Fair grounds. Real Soldier Boys Now Privates "Sandy" Banerman, Caniii- bell and Arthur Morris, who joined the Alberta Infantry Brigade, which goes with the second contingent, "were week-end visitors in the-city, having obtained a few .days'-leave of-absence. They were the first, real uniformed go-idlers to visit the city, and were quite an attraction. WHERE THE.ALLIES GAINED GROUND .Recent despatches state that; the ground between Lange- marck and Zonncorcccke One of is northeast, the other lOUtheAit of and this territory 1 of terrific fighting. This Season we have Probably the Best Asserted Stock of. CHRISTMAS GOODS We> Ever Have Displayed On The Main Floor We have all kindVoE Brass Ware, Leather Goods, Books, Novelties, Perfumes, Toilet Manicure Cases, Shaving Sets, Ebony'and and useful and appro- priate gifts. Our Toy Department IN THE'BASEMENT Is 'surely the delight of all the Kiddies. Here we have practically the Tvho'le basement .entirely filled from back to front from floor to ceiling with ..Dolis; Toys, Rockers, Velocipedes, Dump Carts, Waggons, Horses. '-Bears and thousands of other Joy Giving Articles OUR ENTIRE. CHRISTMAS STOCK IS THE BEST ASSORTED AND LOWEST PRICED DIS- PLAY OF -CJHRI.STMAS GOODS EVER SHOWN IN SOUTHERNi'ALBERTA, COME Wlli, BE CONVINCED The Red Cross Drug and Book Co. Ltd. Try a Sack Then You'll Know CITY AND DISTKICT Patriotic Collection Campaign Captains of the different teams will meet at the Hudson's -Bay store for unch on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 12.30. Post Office Notice Postmaster Rip'ley requests that all rho Iiad post tho old building, have "their mail ad- dressed to their new box numbers as soon ns possible, and that they call for their mall at the general delivery wicket until the numbers are straight- ened out. A large amount mail comes to the new office addressed to the old box numbers, and considerable confusion'has., resulted. Mr. Rlpley also asks that those posting largo quantities oi mall, Jiarid It in through I the wickei. TEACHING RECRUITS TO AIM RIFLE B-U8IXE8S- LOCALS Poultry Show in the K. or P. Huild- ing, December 1st to. 4th Admission !5c. Don't fail to attend the. Patriotic' Concert given under tile auspices ol the Alexander Chapter I.O.D.E.'in the Majestic Theatre on Friday, 4. Patriotic drills, choruses, etc. Tickets 50c; children '25c. No.-reserv- ecl seats. Attend the Poultry Show in the K. of P. building. Opens Tuesday, Dec. 1st. Closes Friday Dec. 4th. Admis- sion .2Sc. In order to secure. the o per cent, discount Taxes must be paid on or before Tuesday next, Dec. 1st. Be sure to see the display of fancy: joods, aprons and Xmas Novelties at :he Hnzaar to be. given by the'Young Ladies of St. Patrick's, December 2nd and 3rd. The A. O. P. and.Companions or the Forest will hold a whist drive and dance in Uurgman's hail on Decem- ber 3rd, commencing at S o clock. Gents SOc; ladies .25c. REMLMBbU, need btorm bash storm Doors dnl Stove for kindling flrcs ind large blocks for your lire pitxc Phone 362 and we will deliver Citizens' Lumber Co Ud., 134 Ifitli St. JJ. 264-li Sachdt Powder We have a very complete line of the "worth while" perfumers. River's Roger Galtct's (Paris.) Godet's, (Parrs.) Grossmtth's (London.) Crown Perfumery (London.) Hudnut's (New York.) Harmony (Boston.) Prices from 75c to an ounce. CITY AND DISTRICT Gone to Michigan F. S.' Leffingwell, M.P.P., of Warn- er, .was in the city Saturday night en route lo where he.will be for a couple of 'weeks on buainess. Don't Ail Speak at Once A purse containing some money has been found and left at the police station. The owner may have the same by .calling and proving the pro- perty. An'officer Inspecting a rifle aimed by a recruit. In order "discover the ability of a recruit to aim a rifle, the weapon is placed-on a-sand bag which caused the rifle, to maintain its poise. In this way an officer is able to point out the defects of aim if there be any Returned to England Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Irish have re- turned to" their home at Newton :Ab- bott, England. Mr. Irish was mana- ger of the gents' furnishing depart- ment at the Hudson's Bay stores S. 0. E. Notice The S.O.E. R.R. degree meet to- morrow evening at 3 o'clock sharp in the iSons of England ball. AH mem- bers are requested to be in attend- ance, as the election of officers for 1915 will'take place. Mayor Hardle Back-: Mayor Hardie has returned from Edmonton, whore he addressed' citi- zens' meetings on commission form of government. Attending Agricultural School Foster of R. C, Harrey, the Raymond sheep rancher, -IS at- tending the Clareshdm Agricultural EChoeft Major Stewart IK Captain In yesterday's of teams for the Patriotic and Red Cross Junris, cam- palgn, district XVI. should have ap- peared as follows: Major Stewart, M.p.P. of 13th st, between Gth .and 9th aVoB. S. Attend thin Big Meeting A raeetlns of the North voters will be held tonight in Ken- nedy's Hall, Thirteenth street. School Board .fitreet car questions, and many other matters of interest will come no, and Commissioner Reid 'will-be there to answer any ques- tions re tbe street cars, and in con- nection -with the proposed changes In therfares.-. It, is hinted that a certain, petition dealing vflth the civic officials will also come up. An Interesting meeting IB sure to evolve out of Ihe committee's piani. ;The aHtlr starts promptly at 8. A Portable Typewriter Remington Junior A-i durable as stanrl.iid Rcniinglon. eight k'ss than half the standaid model. For the and foi the home. Anlhois, clcigMncn, physicians, students and othpis a compact, small, aeli- nblc elf nine this marhino as solving foi them (he cjppwiilet pionlcm. Piico, M ith dusi-pioof 66000 With Ipathpi pasp 70.00 Other Tlpininoton models 122 50 up Wnte lor Catalogue. Remington TypPAvritpr Company Limited. I 110 sixth Avenue Alia. ;