Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 4, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS- _HoteL Windsor Day-Hotel In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD The Dalian Hotel High CUM 50c, 75c and H'.OO The- Beat in ilthe City Put in a Winter's Supply of Good Apples Now A 5-box assorted lot for You, set one box of Spies, one ot Spitzenbergs, one of some omer gootf' keeping variety one .good EatiBg Apple :or rse. and one goad Cooking Vpple. We have just unleaded a car of extra fine Canadian grown Winter Apples and for a short time ue wiU'malse you the above offer. A FEW OTHER SPECIALS THIS WEEK-END 90c .5Cc FRESH Quirts Pints FRESH and Per 'pound -joe CRANBERRIES 2 pounds for 25c SWEET pounds for ORANGES An- extra lot of Sankist Brand just m Special values ,30c, 40c and 50c FLORIDA GRAPE .10c and NEW LAID dozen ..............45c GOOD dozen CREAMERY 3 pounds ,for ALBERTA quality- Pep cwt. EASTERN and Fmett quality, per .90, pound sack Office: Phone 1271 THE HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 CITT AND -DISTRICT of The Year has ceme whan you spend a good deal of your indoors, and JTQU feel more confortablo if you have_that room nicely Pacered or Kajsomined, and be tc have fixsd "ft? Storm Sashes. For Wellington Bros. THE: DECORATORS. At the Sherlock Block. Phone 1752. ietabridse Lodge, No 39, A F A.M. are holding another of their popular dances tomorrow night in tne Sons of England, hall, a? S Bank Clearings v The; bank "clearings': .this oonted to as againsr for the corresponding week "last vThe'" discrepancy; is accounted, for chiefly to the j small movement of -gram, as com- pared with ffcfe lime j ean Viofin Recita! At the violin, recital to- be held churcn next Tuesday, oer IT. by ialented local violin- ist, Sam. Sadovskiv under the, auspices of the Knos caurch cnoir, .Jrs. "W. J, Nelson will officiate" jplaco, as accompanist KTHURSDAY'S. GRAIN PRICES -Winnipeg, NOT. 12. Openng and -closing pnces on the gram -escoaages Open Close ........_. 1.18 1 17i 1.17. Dec. ____ Jur ALLIES EXPECT 10 RETAKE Hear "The Church's Duty- inr Cnsis" will be- discussed, at a public meeting ia. TCnoi. Presbytenan cnnrch. tomorrow (Friday) evening at S o clock. be given by Rev W. T. Ottawa, Moderator of the General Assembly, and Rev. A. S. Grant; .general superintendent of Home ilissfons. These are two'of-'the Jeadiofr men -.of the Presbytenan church.'of Canada, and their opinions on the aoove sub- ject-will be well worth, bearing. 55-J The first social eYenmg of the Wes- ley league for the season -will be giv- en nest Monday 'night, when an im- portant be a missionary mock trial, whicb. win be put on byj visitors- Coaldale, who! i ti there- so-Jsuccessfally; Tecen6y., There -will also; be-vocal and--instru- i mental music, guessing competitions, and refresnments. Young people are, requested to keep (Monday evemn open for this, sharp at S o'clock. Burnt Leather Goods We have our Smas shipment.-'of these ponular goods and are very much pleased th the- quality" of uie leather, beautiful 'designs' and the, ex- tremely Jou prices are dower, than ever before. For Xmas Gifts the Bunrc Leather "is very acceptable .and; 'easily; ;arid" safely mailed; CUSHION. TOPS TIE HOLDERS PIPE HOLDERS BANNERS- SQUAW BAGS HAND BAGS- SNAP ALBUMS POST CARD ALBUMS PHOTO HOJLDERS TOBACCO POUCHES, ETC." Make your-selection while our stock is complete. THE BULLETIN BOARD v'for this Column: should reach Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Chant v Lodge A. F. and A. Tull jiot meet tonight owing to the hall haT" ng been previouslj engaged. Tne C.O.F. is holding their hard times dance in the K P. hall tonight. Nothing has been left undone to make a success. The Red Cross Drug Book Go., Limited 555 Third Aver' ENEMY LOSES THREE BOATS Thet Woman's Auxiliary WILL HOLD AN Annual Bazaar And'Sale of Fancy Work and Home Cooking 27, FROM 3 TO 6 AFTERNOON TEA SERVED EG- CASH PRICES No. 1 Nor No. 2 Nor No. 3 Nor C. W. LOCAL- MARKETS .took 'a'drop today .in vwiih. 'W-jTmippgy droos, caus-. of -peace. -.Today s for "wagon lots" are as London, Xov. Russian suc- cess, m the east which for a time -was a predominant feature of the news jnust again divide space the accounts of rekindled activity on pars of the Germans in West MHk Men Flanders -where the forces of Emperor Milk men in the city have .prgan- j William had disproved the contennc-i themselves 12.10 _tie Cethbridge 1194' the" allies their attempt to Retailers' assoe'atisn, aiid after 1.16" force their -aaf to Dunkirk or Ca- 1 lais bad finallv failed. j _ Dirmucie their, possession the; invaders less than i fifty ..miles ironi -Calais and much j nearer the ught they have been up ia the face o'l tremendous to bear put also" been ..said, that they abandon this struggle to "t-unless they are utter- nd French November 15, patrons of the -com- panies ba: compelled to pay cash for .their milt. t j -The sented at a recent The-. Western :Dairyr-Snright. (Sun-i Hy-ji gienic Dairy, the Northlancl'l. Dairy, i I GKAIN. ..PRICES.. '98 101 No. 2 Red. 9S No. 3Sed--.. 93 5; COTTS, 5 veal, J-J.- -vrethefs, 51. springs.i: 4 IV ;HAT .Timothy Suaotny and of otoer tptras en fn Yser. as that have teen tak- :he -Bating pa the 12.00 10.50 Deer; Nov. four 12.00 B.' C. per cwt r of realized second sale their.' father's-: farm; firm of ilicheneir, Go. confess to committing., a technical, fault in inak- Thps. Chamoers, the-.v main object of'the association is to put. .the retail.rbusiness ,bn. la..' cash i basis, and to make a: for milk and cream. "All bottled milk Vill be-sold -fprMQ. cents, a quart inj Quantities under Any- j thing over this .sold at! a cheaper not bottled: ''Cream'1 for; 50-cents a quart, for cue quart and 'under. Weymouth, Rear-Admiral Troubridge, sec- ond in'command.'pf.the; .British .-Medi- terranean .today" acquitted hv court martial..of neglect con- Onions Tuiiips- sact for -necticn escape of Edward German cruisers .Goeben and-'Eres- the.: Con- A-dinir'al Sir Archiiyald -1-8.5 servative provincial .Berkley.. Milne, fprmerry; in comiaancl housa" -was absolve'dj'from a31 ;-knbw-- -pf'the MediteScapeaii. was-..p'revi-' .02 ledge of the bv TiO uis iimi; -1 S firojri similar charg- THE GERMAN N SEA RAID p, Don't Stimulants Overworked, nerv- QUS. are advised Xeryje Tablets. People iarhose are being too rapidly destroyed by disease or can find." no permanent _reUef in the use Maa the contrary. ;Tn--.lOTts are detrimental in all cases -of ag- gravating the rather "Wisdom deraaiids a remedy, that will restore-.the nerves to; remedy'.that contains, the ingredients-'-essential in; buUding- up starved nerve cells, in .the blood thereby, in repairing.. the run- doTvn.. system giving it health arid Such a remedy we believe Eexall Nerve Tablets "to- be, and we .guarantee them to satisfy you in'each and every one of these respectsr-or your money-back, "v 50 ceiits kiid .Sold., only at OUT store. Store TELEPHONE.'NO. 322 NOV. REPORT WAS CURRENT IN THE LOBBIES OF THE HOUSE OF COM- THREE GERMAN CP.UJSERS HAD IN THE: PACIFIC -AT AvPLACE NOT SPECiFIED. NO CONFIRMATION OF THIS RUMOR OBTAINABLE. RINK FOR SPOKANE .SppkaTie, Wash.. is-again 'likely to -be" a popu- lar: sport. Hockey en- eagerly looking forward Jaw, Sasfc., Nov "il commission of sovernment in this city is no by by- law it fs retained as a civic principle, nights meeting -of the council, when vabout .to the form of government by a'ma3ority was obviousrbefore' Ithe'; vote was" taken, was confronted with the fact that a motion to do so coulcl not abrogate a by-law. accordingly, in- troduced to give the commissioners three, months' notice, of retireni85t: according to: tfceir contracts -an-d this y stadium Aoout The men affected are the mayor. Heal j menseiy" popular, but the rink i forced to close after a dispute j labor unions that ended in a cott. was i boy- AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS SAIL San" Pi'ancisco, Nov. Passengers wh'o arrived here tod-ay, on the ILaer Ventura Sydney October 24, reported few days be- sailing- Australian :trdo'ps 'were embarked in 23 transports convoyed by four- teen cruisers and sailed under cover night for destina- tion said to be Egypt. GERMAN NAVAL DISASTER New York. X Y, 11 is no doubt in the minds of :Canadians- the .result but -should- the British Empire affect any of us in. Canada; for in that. event we should: all be: should know nothing about it" .'said Arthur' L-. Sifton, prime Alberta, who was the guest of honor at a dinner .or the' Canadian club 'here tonight. "There is-no sentiment of doubt that we'-must give-every'.possible aid to. carry, it out to- a. .successfui--eon- he continued.- .a matter of it "may be a-mat- ter nof years, but when the is over Canada'1 will be the gainer." I' iOUR CHRISTMAS GREETING CARDS Have a charm and daintiness you admire -BORN- Toronto, Ont., November ,1914, to. ilr. aid-Mrs. A. Smith, a son. -.282-rT. Nov. .11, Di City, Mabel Ella j r of T. N. J.P., aged 44'; uin-.-j terment -at at-3 o'clock. and Qtta'wa'-i papers please copy.) eD FOR T D'OF' CARD OF THANKS SWORN Mr' anfj Mrs' John s- de- TREASURER sire to -hank their many --XCpHpr Mitrh-' -he sympatny -and- help extended'- 'to jj elSarrlJS their 3ad bereavement. Senator been.appointed j pr.v, ihcial treasurer -.to V- -replace the :--late' Hen. 3Ir.: i Mitchell, will Harry Mason and IJeggs ivere committed .to.'-stand crime. murder occurred''' on the night, "of. October and the; 1 Where -the -Yorck sunk at the v- of the Ems ty' and' voting chell was t-er a short yes.-" 1 by dropped f We. are wise. he is going to. sell :spme. burg-players tional league, teams; then Poultry. Show, DecerSh'er them ever will .win 'a'game 1.4. get a new club and-win the pennant. ]ist .and "entry'form's write" P. isneed Stove -.i'.Wood; ;-fp'r -.iw fRUiMiiin, large made and on tney remember- only-.- the i will ijIMrenB' Lumber Co. Ud; Ji3i 16th :10KCr NOTICE. 0; F. Dance 'You-.arc cordially invited to a 'Hard Time Dance, held in the K. of P. Hall' -No irivitatioQS been issued, but'.. .the; strong--. Bouncers will undeisirables.. Good: Prizes .-.for the poorest couple; Tire- bc'st- 3-piec'c Orchestra' in the city has been engaged. D.anciiig-cat 0. p.m. Supper at 12. '2 a.m. Ladies ;'50c. (JItris and to our Greeting Cards the individ- uality and wdcomeness you most desire. At tlie present time our selection is practically and a most pleasing one from which to make your choice, whether you have in mind a card which is prettily embossed, printed in colors, or plain, with the exception of a raised initial or monogram. avoid all possibility of disappointment, as _ well as the rush of later Christmas gift buy- ing, .we suggest choose now the card which you wish to carry your Christmas message of good- will and cheer. HERALD JOB DEPT. Imperial Bank of Canada Capital Paid %jr............., Eeserve Fund Total Assets Head D. R. W1LKIE, Presrdcnt Hon. ROBERT JAFFRAY, Vlee-Preiidcnt 1 1 SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Depbsits'.ot 51-.00 ,and and interest-allowed frbin date ot deposit. LETHBmOGE BRANCH................W. PJ.