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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta rtONDAY, MOVEMIiEU 2. 19H THE LB.TIIBIUDGB DAILY PAGE KIVIj Rylands Co., The Busy riotic Bazaar a 3occgs rHO says a woman is not as loyal and patriotic as a man? iVue, a woman cannot shoulder a rifle and go'to the front, but there is away in which she can :help, and which is just as way is supporting the ightars of the Empire in their patriotic work of all cash sales at the Patriotic Bazaar will be donated to the I.O.D.E. The following ladies will be at the "Busy Store" all (lay Tuesday to help you.ah'.your purchases. 'Bo loyal. there: MRS. W. D. L. HARDIE MRS. JUDGE JACKSON MRS. DEVEBER MRS. E. A'. SHARMAN MRS. CONYBEARE "PRINCESS PAT" DIES OF TYPHOID London, .N'ov, Illdley 'flioiuimoil of the I'rlu- cess Fatricm Infantry died of ING WILL. BE HELD IN THIS CITY THURSDAY Raymond, Nov. _ annual re- organization meeting of tmvKiiyniuiiil ConsiM'Vulive itssuciutio'ii lield' Saturday evening in the1 Oddfellows' Hall, addresses'teliig' iieiiWrcif Ifjr 'W. S. Hall, Dr.1 and flelief Uoiiunissioner Boyd, all of Lcthliridge, anil Dr. Wright 'At Taber. Officers lor the ensuing ,veac wore elected as follows Oni1 of the jolliest of Hallowe'en inM'lies was that enjoyed by a mim- of of the Country Club at house. Hack to youth wu'.. the slogan anil the old, she middle- ami the seriously let the and revellfv the ganies of hoyhood and girlhood. these' amusements, of course, went an old time taify pu Un Saturday afternoon Mis.s .Janet Bhvard was the recipient of a Canada, especially dealing 'with tlie origin and growth of tlie two great j political parties. lie contended that it was ihe Conservative administra- tions thai were the real builders o: the Uomiiijon, and that the cabinet within a days, it is that, (Jen. Sr-fiilli and Vislc will retain re- spectively the of war and marine. Huron Sidney Womno, i'ornV- er Dernier, is spoken of as minister well all the Newest Finishes our designs havo been selected an as beauty. >u to inspect our stock oi! Fumed Oak pa-rty traditions. The Conservative pirtiE Runaways Cause ada's industries had emerged from a their infancy and the nation wafi cap- able'qf successful competition with lihg older rnations. Protection had creat- ed fchc wealth of the United States, and it would -do the same lor Can- ada.. Dr. Wright, of Taker, president -of! p'atal Accidents at Medicine Hat Hat, .Vita., .Nov. ths district Conservative Quaulz of-Carlstaiit, spoke mainly on organization'. j fatally injured by lieiug ito Bargains for Tuesday in New Fall Goats, Underskirts, .Cor- sets, Silks', Underwear and. Neckwear' .-Novel-, ties The Store been; found tliaV K. A. Beck- i i luturc of the reliei, assured the who Found lying on the M farmers oi Haymond that they prairie north oi Irvine, on Friday, ia- i needed to do was to ask "anil they 'j'Jrctf by u runaway, ni-i back; would providing'their land broken. He can hardly was in the condition. Em! i TO WAR _ _ southern i Academy Wan Founded on Advice of Kitchener. Dr.. Stewart was warmly 1 as ho always is in the 1 towns. The doctor made a good, speech and roused .the old guard i to cheers. He devoted -his London, Nov. At' the request of i to dealing with a variety of issues, Lord Kitchener Gfl .oaflets .from tht nrovinc-iai not failin" io Uuntroom military collese at t'o'tte Sifton" adSiin- i Zealand, are.oei.ig sent to 'on' tb eieltionar force isfration, particularly Minister of The Daughter aud. Maids Kng- land Sewing class, .will meet at .Mrs Scott's, St. north, (in Tues- day mnxt at All are requested to attend. t. Tlie "Wesley Ladies1 Aid will hold their regular nlonthly .business nn iilg on Wednesday afternoon at three o'clock. All the members are'urged Id attend.. A public meeting of the Local Council of Women, .will be. held in .the Y..M.C.A. auditorium on Thursday, Nov, 8'o'clock p. m. The chief business is the election of permanent oriieers. All ladies of the city are urged to .attend. Delegates from the uldiatc-d societies only have the pri- vilege- of voting. The History and Current Event section the Ala-thesis club wi eet Tuesday; afternoon at 3 o'clock at tiie -home oi Mrs. S. S. J317 4th S. The Voun? People's Society of Knox 'church -will hold -their weekly meeting tpnightf The topic of discus- sion, will bfi ltd by Miss Waterman. St. Mary's AV. A. has decided to iho'd'its annual bazaar on December pointrnent of delegates to the xbslnct organisation meeting in the city Lfithl: ridge, Kovemtjiu1 5th. Cheers for i tiie Preniieu Burden and Lead-. I er MJctencr brought the caucus to a. JN1ON-STOCK BY QUARANTINE OFFICER Chicago. 111., Nov. Union E. Chief of tJurLpcal Branch :6ek VaUls, the largest in the OL the United States Bureau of Ani- n'ld. and the State of Illinois as, mal Industry'At'.the-yards. 11 were q urdntmcd the I his means the pcacticaL cessation ipment of cattle, hogs and sheep on 1 of the meat the Icrs fiom ac for the time being said Dr rding to a .statement made by Dr.} Bermett. ;RAND JURY INDICTS 21 NEW HAVEN RY. DIRECTORS Pet-rpgrad, Oct. correspon- dent of The Ketch at Lauihery ''says that as a result of the burniug of the en the tower.regions of Aim. Sail river, frightful" conditions MARQUI'S OF LAN DSDO WNE'S SON N BATTLE Nov.' of the .Marquis'of Laiuls- Conservative leader in the House of Lords, has been kfiled, in ac- tion. He was a major iu. the 1st Bra- and served in Afri- can-." "war', .Lord Xairnc; rwas born, in I '1874; "in 1203 he married Lady Violet i Mary Elliott, daughter of the fourth Earl" of AliEto, a former governpr-gen- .eral of Canada. Since 1910 Lord Nairne has been, an equerry in waiting to King George. CHINESE LOOK ASKANCE AT JAP ACTIVITY London, Nov. follow-in, XU tie available building, m-i German official statement has been rnonasfcriv'S, are received from Berlin'by the -Marconi York. Nov. in- tment-s rt-tniiicii hj tl e Grand Jury t ?J dircc rs and former directors of, the New irk, antl Hartiord Rail- id co npanj including Uill am ickcfcller, Theodore N. A'ail, Gco. Baiter. William' Skinner, Charles :F. Brocker. arid'John Tlio indictmcnti charge conspnacv m MO lation of the Sherman Trust to monopolize commerce Under section two oi .the under, which they retuvned tbe maximum peniltt upon couuction is one jears imprisonment ami fine PUBLIC m I As I sold my farm I will sell Ithe following described on. the S. E. quarter of 32-10-23, 1% miles South of Nojble'onl, and miles North East of Monarch, on Friday, November 6th, '14 COMMENCING AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP 2 Bay Geldings, 5 years old; Ib3. 1 I'aj 1 >cars old, iu foal, weisht'1200. Ills 1 Ui> coming 3 years old, weight 1200 Ibs 1 Sorrel.Gelding, coming 3 years old, weight 1200 Ibs. If set Doiible Harness 1 Van Brunt 10 Double Disc Drill 1 Oliver 14 inch Sulky Breaking Stubble JBottom Truck Disc 1. Peerless- Incubator, 2 Erood- air small-tools. All' these tools were new last 'spring! 1 Columbia Steel Range, 0 holes. 1 !1 17 Heater; .1 Oil Heater 1 Kitchen Cabinet: 1 Glass I White Hotap Setting Ma- jchi'no 1 Washing .Machine and Wring- er, 1 Cradlo 1 Stand; 1 Office Chair, and.also Kitchen Chairs 2 Hanging Lamps, and itPicture Frames 3 Bedsteads, .4 :Spriniis, 2 Mat- tresses 10. yards Linoleum wMe and also Carpets Small Hugs.. Two 5-gaIlon' 'Cream Cans, fifty Plymouth Hock Hens' 4 dozen Fruit .tare and all Dish- es and. Cooking Uteusila. TERMS All sums under cash; over1 that .amount halt cash and the balance on good bankable notes bearing' 8 per cent. inleresUIll Noveinljer 1st, 1015. EVERYTHING MUST. BE SOLD. J R Auctioneer.. G. Ownsr. 'ciowJed Austrian wounqul Many oi t'nese men, tbe cqr'CSpQad- 'cnt says, were left bem'id oy the. lieeing Austrians without je- anv medical attention. i The Ktissian advance uasr (icJoy- eJ caitmueb Ihs 'owing to the necessity of-attending to the burning of; the Austrian and caring for the wounded, .whij bad fared bartly bands of a .lew. loislill-d ami The dcbeittd by ..the Austi'iaiis raateriaHy the list of pris- oners tiken Vmoog-the are many Turkish inhabitants .pi EMPRESS SURVIVOR KILLED IN. ACTION London. Oct. C. L. C. Bowes-Lyon of the Black Watch, who was lulled in antion last aged 2D, was one of the Empress-of Ire- land's survivors. He was a nephew of tbe Earl of Strathmoro' and .was twice wounded since proceeding to.the front the middle of September. j Wireless Tele-grayh Co.: "The tension between the Chinese and Japanese troops is extremely great, Japan has advised the president qf China that Japanese warships will. suppress the r.eyq3utionary movement, Shantung province." CANDIDATES IN POSITION -OF MAYOR Calgary, -Alta., Nov. S.-r-There are .two candidates definitely in the Held for the mayoralty. iA.lexan.der Al- lan'and ex-Aid. .Tames H. Garden. Mr. has definitely 'himself a seeker after Allan has been eral.days. out from nd announced he job. Mr. In the field for sev- RECOMMENDED FOR -VX. Captain Harry Sherwood Ranken, R A.M.C., who was wounded on Septem ber 19, and died on the 25th, had the honor of being recommended for the Victoria Cross. Captain Ranken be- longed to Irvine, Scotland, where -his father, Rev. Henry Ranken, is parish minister; to, illness -Mrs. A. 'Arnold Mary's W; Mrs. A. Mitchell has been appointed in her stead. The art and literature section of Stoitze, St., tomorrow af- 'teniuon. The Lethhridgo Flower Guild wish- es to publicly tiianlt'tlie ladies oi the Art Needlt-'-worii club, who so gener- ously-donat-d half the projeeds. oi the saie. St. Women's Auxiliary will hold an important business meet- ing tomorrow--.afternoon at 4.30. A. of St. Cyprian's c-hui'cb -will meet tonight in the laar- ish room at eight o'clock. A patri- otic evening is in store. Generous patronage was extended to the afternoon tea and candy sale conducted under the auspices of the Alexander Gait Qhapter- of the Daugh- ters of tiie. Empire in the Balmoral block pii Saturday. Scores of ladies and -a -number of gcntlenren dropped in during, the afternoon for afternoon tea not leave until they t had the candy counter where members- of the chapter disposed of the sweet things. Decorations liberal- ly spread about the building made place very attractive. The can- dies, as 'has been annouitced, arc tbe product of the Letbbridge Candy Co. Satcrday was ,the first opportunity many people hull of tasting this i lo- cal product, and. it is. no mistake to say that) the first, taste will not be the last. :The_ candies, ail kinds, are a credit to the'local-manufacturers, and the ..Made-in-Lethbridge slogan should, certainly .be applied to Leth- hridge-ma'de candies. The tea and sale will be continued this afternoon and tomorrow All the proceeds go towards the patriotic purposes oi something threi the Daughters of the. Empire. The, .the: University of M: Lethbridge ;.Candy .Co, is giving a ing that h You wlll-'Jmd that our prices are very reasonable indeed. Suites of 9'-Pieces from HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE. Opposite Court House. 4th Avenue South. oy. .esigns ToUte Letlibrirtgc; boy in'toto will the younger men and boys, very con- tlie announcement..oj tlie .resignation siderahly of Earle Roberts from the post of i is responsible for- thct 3oys of the C V mcut here oi a Sunday come u ith tlie keenibt regiet and Schcol in 1 lla kftlall Ua- each just past its thir-t success Mr Hoberts placed resignation lul SPISOJI He has uonluctsa sev'c.ra! icfore ths Board-of Directors at their successful membership campaigns, ast and Bill leaie flic citj e.c-li time tht nieurtership ol ,t the end of Novernhcr to .assume a liis department to a great extent, simihr position in HUen i, ilontana, He lias fostLied the vherc a fine M C A building, s Ho the Hov s Fair Booth..the.Boys' Camps, the iiiter- Sund''; School council, the lather i-d bon oanijuet idea, and "Trc I rthtr a pub to hration devoted to interests, cost ng U '0 001) ill be opened m the near future, iree from tlebi Sir Roh uill be associated iu his' Position uith fie officers lis removal nhrlc detrimental percentage oi the candy sales for this purpose too, so every purchase of eondy' brings revenue to the daugh- ters of the Empire. The sewing and knitting collected by, the I. 0. D. E. for the soldiers and sailors fighting Britain's.battles 'will be on view at the booth both this evening and to- Re Central Lumber Cp 1407 3RD ON Thursday Next, Nov. AT 10.3.0 A. M. FRANK WADDTNGTON instructions to sell toy Public Auction and without' -Reserve, the whole of the Stock of Lumber, etc. Lattice, Ship Lap, Casings, Stepping, Shelving, Flooring, Drop Siding, Clear Cedar ami Fir, Shingles, Laths, Building Paper, R'Jbheroid Rooflng, Wagons, nnd also a small quantity of Office''Furniture.' The all the Fencing, will also sold. Full Descriptive Catalogue on'application to the Auctioneer. This Stock of''Lumuer has.been lotted into convenient lots to 'suit all Yard will 'ho ]Q till -i Tuesday and Wednesday, and 4th, for TERMS. CASH. MORE .BRITISH OFFICERS DIE Latest Casualty List Gives 20 Dead, .32. Wounded; London, Nov. official press bureau issued last night the names of 20 officers kiliecL.-eiglit "who .died of 32 .wounded, and eight miss- ing, under 'date of October 26. Among the .killed .was Captain'Sir Francis Ernest Waller, Royal FiiBil- sv Awhile -ainong'-those who died of unSs were! "Went.-Col. B. E. Ward, Middlesex .Regiment! and Lieut.-Col. W.-L.fLoring; Royal Warwickahirea. Among tjie wounded are Major the Hon. .Clement Freeman-Mitford, iflth .Hussars) heir pf Lord Redeadale, and Lieut. Sir Richard. Vinceii't Sutton. ANNEXES EGYPT S TURKEY London, Nov i has .Elgypt, ac-.- oordlne to a statement uhich na? been'recptve'i from Berlin by the Mafconi Wire- A Co. ft- .he bov intere t- oj is m the club Bovs lil the nature of an advance, for -theible Siry class, the local Boys' edn- '-ielcna institution is one 01 the ftrt-ncc the Boj s. Cabinet tne Tn thriftiest and cst 111 HIP west angle Clubs and numerous, other siv- Roberts came to Lethbridge cial anJ reli0ioi s and religious ac- :ec ago from tnities Hi" nir Mill be a loss ti I etli ridge hut his manj friends Loth anions the and older; Y. Jil t A folk, reiore that his j! ilinp- hppn bv suoVx a institution as the Helena "U C I If the s' department cr ants lor am thing in the gcn- ___ _ _. picspentj oi the institution, the has bc'ii in LothbriJge laiseJ bovs oi Lethhridge can vouch that standard oi citi enship among the Helena V M C A will succeed. self to every Junesota and dur has endeared him- manlj boi in Ledl bridge, and he lias 'made, a feu- manly that .way. He is endowed with a spe- cial strefk which is not.salirori in j color that makes a boj to le wor- like him ind in the "hort soaue he eial CAN'T EXPORT NICKEL Ottawa, Ont., Oct. an-' nouncement that the government had decided to prohibit the export of nickel from Canada, except to Great. France and re- ceived with great satisfaction'.at.'the capital The order in council was signed jesterday, and goes into effect today. Canada possesses.theilargest and richest nickel deposits. In the world so that the shutting ol( of Ger many and Austria from securing nick el may have a vital influence on. the war. CABINET AT DRILL Quebec, Que, Oct SO the ranks of the local homo guard are two mem bera of tile Quebec Cabinet, lion L A Tascherau and Hon P G S Mac ketuic, and also George Aniyot, 51 L C During the course of exercises to night Sir Francois Langeller the armory and ad dressed the guard. NO CHANCE FOR KAISER Now. York, NT., Oct. mlll- tarv eTpert of the NPW York Sun 15 convinced that the disastrous defeat at the Germans in Warsaw sounds the death knell of Hie Kaiser's nopos o'l ultimate success, Fernie, Nov. Mrar A.. J. Burnsides is visiting her parents, Mr. anfl Mrs. W. H. Whim- ster, for a few days, while Mr. Burn- sides is arranging Uieir new dwelling place at Claresholm. Mr. Burnsidea has been manager the Canadian Bank pf Commerce branch at Warner tor gome tinie, and has lately been, transferred to Claresholm. The funeral of Robert late an emplojee of the Tort Steeto Brewing Co took place todav from the K P hall Mr Simpson (iieil of cancer at St Fusene brook anil >ils remains here foi interment We Knwnw tuias of vhlcp ie yeu a niera- .j cdncourso of the lucm. fte the last widow la left ;