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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TO ALL TRAINS. Windsor Day in Alb.rU LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETfWNIOat The Dallas Hoto! Is Beat an'd Moot Imt fc THE BEST COOKS RECOMMEND PRIDE OF ALBERTA AND MOTHER'S FAVORITE FLOUR Order from your groc-er, or from1 Taylor Milling and Elevator Co., Limited Canadian Apples, Jonathans, Northern Spies and Snows As fine u lot of B. C. Apples of the above varietu-s as we have ever soeu. All good color, medhlur nil wruppeu JUKI wull nuuurcd. have only about boxes of iht'se and as we got them exceptionally cheap WG will sell them uoi'ordlngly. While they last, prlco case............................ NORTHERN Price per case and Price per case NEW LAID guaranteed. Another lot in. Price per dozen...........'....45o Office: Phone 1271 THE GOOD GO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES MARKETS MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Wmnipeg, NOT. Z. Opening and closing prices on tte grtin exchanges .today ivere Nov. _ ._ _ Dec. .._ Oats- Dec.' May Svpv. Dec. Slay Open Close 1.17-J 1.1T-J 1.23} 57-J l.lOi 1.18J 1.13J WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat- No. 1 Nor. 1.17i No.' 3 Not. No. '3 Sot _------------ 1.09J JJ0: J SSJ No. 6-------._-----i----- 801 No. 3 C. IV. ,_______ 53J Extra JJo.'i 53i No. 1 'feed 52i No. 2 Feed 51; Jv'o. 3 ____ 69 Ko. '4_____' 64 Rejected __ i________ 60 Feed ___ 59J MINNEAPOLIS ____ a l-lll llay Vn_ Alfalfa Blue-ioint VEGETABLES per cwt....... B. C......................._............ Cabbage ___ Onions turnips................................. Beets Carrots......... 10.50 13.00 ?1.M 1.75 H 1.85 GERMAN IRON CROSS FOR DARE-DEVIL OF THE' .02 AIR Luickhardt of a Zeppelin airship crew, has been de- corated with the iron cross, first class. While tie Zeppelin was dropping bombs on Antwerp recently, it was detected by a searchlight in the town and a.battery showered shells srcund it. One of the shells shattered the framework of a propeller, the damage threatening to entirely disable the air- ship. Luickhardt, when lie realized this danger, volunteered to saw the pro- peller, which task he accomplished in half an. hour while clinging to the shattered framework 6000 feet above the guns of the fortress. Later when the dirigible got.under WEATHER -Max. 65 48 as Jlin. 35 Lethfaridge, clear Edmonton, fair.. clear .Medicine Hut, clear .63 36 Prince Albert, rain 44 3S .30 Moose Jaw, clear.. 44 Reglna, cloudy.. 51 41 Winnipeg, rain...... 46 Sfi .06 Port Arthur, cloudy... 4S 30 The -weather throughout the 'west has been generally fair and mild, with local showers at one or two points Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Forecast Western showers and mostly fair and mild. CITY AND DISTRICT Dr. Warnock Coming Home Dr..Warnock, "M.P., "who has. been in Ottawa for some is returning to Pincher Creek this week, and will re- main until Parliament meets. Moose Ball The annual Moose ball wiU be held :n the K. P. hall tonight, immediately after the Patriotic concert at the Sherman. 'Music will be furnished by the ten-piece Hallowell concert or- chestra. S. O. E. Celebrate Anniversary The local Sons oC England are cele- ating the seventh anniversary of .heir lodge on Wednesday rhen an old English smoking conceri will be held, commencing at 8.30. All members are specially urged to be present on this occasion. Refresh- ments provided. 'Lodge opens at 7.30. Personal Greeting Cards Xmas is not very fur anil- it is IIOAV high time you made your selcctin of Pri- vate Xinas Cards. have an exceptionally fine line of maniples this season and prices that are extremely reasonable. Your name and address and choice of wlttiout v Ira charge. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited ill ThM COLLOSSAL BACK TO THE LAND SCHEME Winnipeg, Man.. Nov. collossai scheme to put thous- land with the aid of the govern- ment grant of fifty thousand ands of settlors hack on the dollars is said to he the chief item .up for discussion at the convention of the Canadian Counsel of being held here. The convention will he somewhat of a remarkable nature because representatives of the farmers' associations and of the Canadian Manufac- turers' association are getting together for a friendly., com- Now The first five-pound' pail of Klenzo, he new -soap manufactured by the Uenzo Manufacturing Co., next door o the Herald was presented o the Herald this morning. D. L. iimball' is managing'director of the :ompajiy, and J. O. Jones, factory manager. All groceries and drug way and was speeding" at the rate ol' ?l5res in the city have given industry a send-off order, and it is likely two men be employed from the starL 40 miles an hour, 'Luickhardt repaired a long- rent made in its .bull by a shell _ 1-16 J- 1.16J 1.214 1.224 LOCAL MARKETS 1 Nor. _ 1.01 No.'l Red 1.01 No, 3 Nor. 2 Red 98 3 Nor. No. 3 Red 93 4 Nor; _.' 88 No. 4 Red 88 2 C W ______. 45 LIVE STOCK. S cows, 5 fceifccs, ai veal, H 5 wethers, 51 dressed 7 to 9 10, springs, 33. x t HAY .Timothy ad alfalfa 12.08 TWO CHILDREN BURNED ed to death, and daughter probably Irrecana, Oct. six- year-old son of J. G. Staveas was burn- a three-year-old fatally burned, when fire destroyed their bam, six milea east of town last evening. Port Nelson on the Hudson Bay raised for the Patriotic Fund. Rev. J. "W. Woodside, of Vancouver, i to become pastor of Chalmers Pres- byterian church, Toronto. GERMANS ORDERED OF 'RUSSIA Own Elects Officers The address by the Rev. J. B. Fran- cis and solo by Miss Fenner were greatly appreciated' by the visitors and members of-the Men's Own Sun- day afternoon. The subject "Why the Working Man. Does Not. Attend was well worth going to hear. The replies given by 'a few members were.yaried and interesting. officers were elected as follows: Ion. Her. J. B, Francis: presi- dent, Mr. A. Rose; H. Gurr, secretary, Mr. B treas- urer, Mr. W. Stott; Mr. O. Kay. Make the Invalid more Comfortable medicine is not the only re- quisite when sickness couies. There are other things very ne- cessary, and these we carry in our "sundry department. Have things -more convenient, get' these comfort necessities. Air Cushions Absorbent Feeders i Cotton Bed Pans Hot Water Drinking Bags Tubes Rubber Syringes Sheeting'1'' Thermon.eters Plasters Sponges, etc. We carrv. Itubber Single and-'Double Faced in var- ious one yard pack- iMail specialty. Each of our sundries is guar- anteed to satisfy physician, nurse and .patient. CITY AND DISTRICT Tour over South Lines -.Commissioner Grace left this even- ing for a tour over the south lines of the C. P. 11. with superintendent Wal- ker, H. G. Long the Herald accom- panied the party. Service in New Church Tonight Apostle R. Clawson and Patriarch Hyrum 0. Smith of the Church of Lat- ter Day Saints, of Salt Lake City, are in the city, and will be present to ad- dress a meeting of the congregation, tonight in the new church, comer of Seventh avenue and 12th street. Sergt. Green Succeeds Humby Inspector Humby, who has been lo- cated at the local barracks for the past nine years, as Sergeant-Major left today 'for Regina, where he as- sumes the rank of Inspector. Sergt. at Grassy Lake, TvIJ come to LetWbridge as Acting Serst Major to succeed Inspector Humby. Temperance Forces to Meet A meeting, of the executive of the Alberta Temperance and -Moral R Form league will be held in the'1 C.A. rooms, Calgary, on Tuesday, N member 10; at 9.30, o'clock A this is a very important meeting, it expected that there will be the lar est possible attendance. Washington, Nov.. has .ordered all Germaa .and Austrian subjects to leave Hus- sla -within, the next two weeks, wcprding to information re- States government States goverment. Get After that Cough To-Day Too Many People Neglect Themselves They catch s. cold-and neglect H. Then the cold settles on the chest, causing a tight cough-and they neglect that. y get well. But'think of the distress, the annovance-aiid even the danger. usi4 Pensla? When might so avoid White Pine and Spruce Balsam rcemld.5r is compounded of the heal- People who have used it tell us they never saw anythmB loosen a cough and give relief so quU17 mat is tne best proof anyone could ask Get a 25 cent bottle of Penslar White Pine and LSpruce Balsam here, and get after that cough today. AtBEKTAS PIOffiER DRliOilSTS J.D.HlGINBOTHAM I. I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHEMISTS AHP DRUCCJSTS Patriotic Bazaar at Ryland's The Daughters of the Empire are ilways ready to add to their Patriotic Fund for relief-work. Last-week their sale of work and candy sales proved very successful.- Today and tomorrow they are helping in every way-possible to swell the day's sales at Ryland's. The store is gaily decorated with flags or all the AKied nations, and-the spe- cial sale in their behalf is well named Patriotic bazaar. .A percentage of the proceeds of Tues- day's business Trill be donated by this store to tlie Daughters of the Empire, PROVINCIAL.TREASURER Every lady in has a need OF QUEBEC IS DEAD to fill in dry goods should remember this sale. v, Band Concert Highly Appreciated tie citizens of this city wai something on Sunday to chase du :are evidenced last eveain ivheri the -Majestic Theatre was pract :ally. filled upon the occasion of tli !irst inside band concert of tiie sea son. The concert did not commence unt tfter the churches in the city hail di niased their congregations, and th iro'wd rapidly filled the auditorium a j te? the appointed hour. The program, while high class of a tranquil was appreciate by the audience, and many favorabl comments on the merit of the Citizen' Band and' the director, Mr. Gline wer heard. The majority o'f the piece p'ay'ed were classical, the band ing continued .improvement in its al tack and execution. Cost Only It cost 19000 .for the Alberta, Tem- perance and Moral Reform league to jet the signatures' necessary tq'.have ;he provincial government decide to lubmit the.referendum! to the voters of the province.' Thai'is ment made by Secretary W..F. Gold, n answer to the persistent report that he cost "was .Mr. .Gold says: "We desire ;to. state that the total of for the entire ampaign, from March 1, Oct- ber i, 1914, of organization, printing, sailing, telephoue and. .telegraph, is 9000. Petitions-'were circulated in 11 55 constituencies. The Provincial eague paid no salaries to any person utside of their regular staff of work- rs, the entire canvass' being made by olunteers, many of "whom used horses nd buggies for days at a Auto- obiles -were'also put into active ser- ce. Farmers left their harvest fields take part in this work.'1 Quebec, isTov. P. G, S. MacKenzla, provincial trea- surer, died suddenly this morn- ing. He was a Liberal and was the representative of the Eng- lish speaking people of the Funeral of Late Wm. Van Home Tlie funeral of the late Wm. Van Home 'took place yesterday afternoon at 3 p.tth, from his son's residence 01 Fifth Avenue' South. The burial aer vice was conducted, by the Rev. Mr of Claresholm. The pal were his five sons and son-iu law, Donald, Charles, George, Alllfori and Walter and Mr. Arthur Grice o .Numerous floral gifts were receiver from his many friends, including a pil i low from the family tern townships. i province la the Gouin Govern- The funeral procession, which was ment He belonged to the Eas- largely attended, proceeded to the C P- R: depot. -The body -was shipped to Kingston to be buried beside his wife who proceeded him some sixteen years His and MHford accom panied the body. The deceased dur- ing big ghort residence heref had be come well known and a large circle of friends extend sincere sympathy to the family. NOT TO BE CONTEST Quebec, Que., Oct. Wilfrid Laurier left today for Ottawa. It is officially announced that there will be no contest, either in Quebec county or in The Liberals, discussing their at- Anniversary at First Baptist Yesterday was the occasion of the beginning oC Hie second year's pastor- titude, say they will submit to the ate of Rev. David Ross at the First present conditions.on account of the situation caused Jiere by the war. JACKSON CO. "Y" Social !H8ur Attractive The. Y.M.C.A. Sunday evening grate re gatherings are becoming more spular each Sunday. evening men assemhled and; spent the hour ora 9 to. 10 In .and'easy way. :miHar songs were night's lections mostly applying to Chrlst- n warfare; Mrs. Layton gave-One Of r delightfully rendered and A. Buchanan; on Bri- n'B port in the wax. The singing of od Save the Kln'g" and tlie be'nedfc- lon by Rev. David Hose brought a very profitable hour to a'close. These meetings wHl be kept' up through-the winter months, and' the interest is "kely to increase. The idea ii to provide a place for the young man be- services aiia bedtime. There is an air" of 'HOMablllty and meetings jvhich is .the; young i LOCALS REMEMBER, you need Storm Sash, f Storm Doors and Stove Wood for for church, and the event was marked by a Sunday school rally ser- vice. :j, D. Hig'inbotham, president of the Lethhrldge Sunday school union; J. R. Oliver, Mr. Thompson, general your fire Elione and we will deliver. Citizens' Lmhber Co. Ltd. 134 IGth St. N. Supple at Sixty riye cxpcrieice mem when mental ud kodilr are frttajet br kMfing rich blood in the Teinf. marftraKmnhhiiiiil In Stvtt'i creMa'rkll wuml Ilie body and allevbtu rtamutic Iciijinriri Its fmiurU u Indi My Md krik. on- Sunday school and special music was rendered. Rev. ,D. Kinnori, formerly of North Lelhbridge1, rendered a solo in very tastehi! fash- ion, and an orchestra composed of Miss Virtue, Miss May berry, A. Smith 'and E. Dark, played several selections that were greatly appreciated. The attendance was close to 100, which shows that the Sunday school is in a very thrifty state, in the morning D. Ross referred hi his sermon to the year of pleasant ministry he had spent with the congregation, and preached a powerful sermon on "Back to Beginnings'." In the evening he discoursed on the subject "Fruitless his words being very timely and effective. Tonight at 8 o'clock there "will- be an "Encouragement meeting" at which several of tbe pas- tori, of'the city will extend All are invited. The Inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. Phone 1657 CASH SPECIALS Phone 1657 invite cash buyers take advantage of onrdeterminatibn to still increase our gro- cmy business.', and defy any attempt our cut prices by any of the vendors giving.-' piize- packages hiickv Potatoes (nice white) per cwt.......... Potatoes. 14 Ibs for.....25c B. R. Tea, 3 B. R. 'Coffee, 1 Ib tin....45c 2 lbs..66c Dairy-Butter, 2 Ibs......56c Fresh Eggs, 2 dozen.....65c Out. Cheese, li Ibs .......-46c: Comb Honey, 1 Ib box..25c Vau Canip's Soup 2 tins 25c Dill Plcfcies (new this sea- doKen .......20e 3almoa and 25c Aunt Jamieaon Pan Cake Flour, -2 pkts Apples, bating or cooking Per WASHING NECESSITIES Pels Naptha Soap, 10 bare for ____ -....-.65d Swift's 8oat> 7 fars 25c Oltl Dutcli, for ...25c Soapade, 3 for 25c Hack's No Rub, -6 bars..25c Ammonia, 2 bot. 25c Electro Silician. 2 for ...25c Castile Soap, largo Keen's Blue, 3 pkts Lux, 3 pkts for ..i Dutch .Hand Soap C Snap Hand Cleaner, 'tin. ..25c .10c Central Cash Grocery On Car lino 801 9th ti Duff Add. Mayor' Will ;b'e There Commissioner Grace will not foe present at the-meeting ,of Uie North [jethbridge voters tonight, as.he will je out ot the cltj but Maypr las Consented to take Ins place and (be' present to answer any queS' .ions that maybe" asked. -.City Soli- citor Ball may also jibe present. Government Official (E. H. Strickland, .who has been as sociated with the Dominion mental farm here for .the past two years, left on Saturday night for Ot- awa, where it is understood he will make to enlist for active vice at the front. is a member :pf Die entomological on of "the department of agriculture ind has rendered valuable service to he farmers of Southern Alberta in onnection with devastation of crops aused by ths cut "worm .and wire -onn. KAISER'S SON MAY DIE auth- rities state that thV; recovery of Drince Oscar, the -Kaiser's son, is oubtful. He is'suffering from par- al paraiysis'of .the ;yagus nerve, the most widely distributed nerve of the rain. ia'said to have een brought about'by. shock, Turcos aving Itille'd all'the officers of his BULLETIN TURKEY APOLOGIZES LONDON, NOV. GRANDl VIZIER OF TURKEY HAS APOLO-F GIZED FOR RECENT 'EVENTS INI THE BLACK SEA. MARTIAL LAW IN EGYPT WASHINGTON NOV. LAW WAS PROCLAIMED TODAY] BY GREAT BRITAIN THROUGH-f OUT EGYPT. AN OFFICIAL NOTI-1 FICATION BY THE BRITISH EM-I BASSADOR AT CAIRO WAS DE-1 IVERED TO AMERICAN MATIC AGBNTSiTHERE. OSTEND EVACUATED Amsterdam, .'via -London, Oct. Both the Handeisblad and the Tele graaf report that the Qermans evacuated Ostend. Imperial Bank of Canada Capital Paid Up............. Reserve Fund Total Assets Over............, Head D R President Hon ROBERT JAFFRAY, Vice Preildent SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of and upwards received and Interest allowed (rom deposit. LETHIRIDQE BRANCH W. R. 8EATLE, ;