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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 5, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TO ALL TRAINS-- Hotel Windsor a Day HottI In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD The Dallas Hotel High Claaa Rooms 50c, 75c and The Best in the City The Best Bread, is made with Pride of Alberta Mother's Favorite Flour Tayfcr Milling and Elevator Limited Very Special Prices for People That Want to Save Money B. C. WAGNER have secured a fine lot of these. 'Principally large sizes and some a little out of shape, otherwise first class. Pine eating and extra cooking. Very Special, per case D. SMITHS PURE STRAWBERRY five this lot lasts, very special per pail.................. You all know .the excellent quality Good- wilUe packs. All in perfect seal sealers, have Peaches Pears, Green Gages. About 100 bottles. Very special, per bottle...25c pound pails. Regular 90o and 95c pail. While ...............'.......s .............-........70c Phone 1271 THE GOOD GO. s- HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHER Max. 57 .36 Miu. 28 30 26 34 .do .20 .02 .02 .04 Lethbridge, snowing Edmonton, snow Calgary, 4ff Medicine Hat, cloudy 5G- Prince Albert, tair 36 32 Moose Ja-w. cloudy 41 35 Winnipeg, cloudy.. ..44 30 Port Arthur, cloudy -.40 2S Nelson, cloudy 45 38 The -weather in Manitoba and Sas- katchewan has been cloudy and mi'd. with some light local showers. Light local falls- have occurred in northern Alberta, but the -weather has been generally unsettled and mild. Forecast -Cooi .today and {Friday, with some light local snow- j falls, rain or sleet. MARKETS THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES NOT. 5. Opening and dosing prices ca ifee grain exchanges .lodav Trers' Nov. 1.18 i Dec. 1-24X 1-iSJ Dec. May _____ Nov.- Dec. 58J 57 59 1.20 1.20 1.26 No. 2 5 :TvJJ' UJLS1 iil.CT B cows, o heifers, 5J 7-1. i ________ 5 wethers. 5s. i _Nsw Business Qp-sned 7 TO 9. j The Lethbridge Suppy Co. have er- 10, a store and opened HAT 513.00 Timothy and alfalfa 12.00 Alfalfa ...I.....: 10.50 ___ 12.00 VEGETABLES B. 'C. Potatoes, per cwt 1.85 N. B.- Potatoes per 90 To. sack 1.75 Local; per cwt 58 1.23 1.21 WINNIPEG CASH PRICES Wheat- No. 1 Nor. No. 2 Nor. fc ________ No. >3 Nor. ____ Onions Turnips The prices 1.85 .02 .02 auc-ted- qn_ hay are those! Twelfth street A. J. But- ier will th-e business. Recovers Frcm ilr. Allison's many-friends will be glad to learn that he has recovered from the and -will be back at his. studios nest week. Poultry Association Meeting A meeting- of tlte Poultry associa- tion wii'i be held on Friday evening: November 6 at "Mr. A. E. Humphries' residence. 120 Eleventh Street South, at S o'clock. -i Buy Toys and Dolls Now IS OUR ADVICE TO YOU There will .be. without doubt, a big scarcity ot Toys and Dolls for this season, and to avoid disappointing the children at Xmas you should make your se- lections now, "We are fortunate in that we have a practically complete stoclc lines and at prices that are the' same or. low- er than last year. I- Ail- selections made .now will be stored -fill Xmas. of -the price with order and tae J balance Xmas when you get; CITY AND BISTJRICT -Chosen; Friends to Meet The regular meeting of the Canad- ian .Order of, Chosen Friends will be held tomorrow night (Friday) at eight o'clpcK sharp; All-members are earn- estly requested to attend. .Temperance to Meet On Friday night at'8 o'clock a meet- ing of the local temperance and moral Teform league will be held in the Christian Church vestry. All mem- bers of the executive and others inter- ested are urged -to attend. .Court> of on Voters' List The final Court of Revision, on the voters' list will be held in the coun- cil chamber. City hall, at 10 a.m., on, Tuesday, November 10. Every appli- cant must attend or by agent; The Red Cross Book Co., Limited Third dealers to the farmer. Is a well Known fact that some farmers been able to scfrt more 1 Patent "Regulations Repealed dealers to the farmer. The orders and regaiations; respect- ing patents of invention made-under _ the "War pleasures Actf and 1.18! for and as high as 519 dated September 11. 1914. were re- 1.15 5 j has seen paid, but the dealers claim} scinded and repealed by an order-in- 1.101} that they can get all they vrant at 1 council passed October 1.05s the prices quoted. 93-1- Feed _____ Xo. 2 C. W. So. 3 C. W. _____....... Extra Xo. 1 Jeed___ Xo. 1 Feed Xo. 2 Feed Xo. 3 Xo. 4. ...........____....... Rejected Feed ......_ ,....._ xo. i x. w. c. 2 C, [MINNEAPOLIS Dec._____.................. 1.13; Slay _____, "CHICAGO Dec......... 1.23f 571 54-- 70> 65 London, 5. Major-General Robert" who- defend- ed Kiiflberly against the assaults of the Boers from" October IS, 1899, to .December 16, and who has been Wesley ;to -Meet The regular montfily business, meet- ing of Wesley Sunday school will be held in the 'secretary's office tonight at 8 o'clock: All officers and-tachers are urged to be present. A workers" conference will, also be held. Americans. j An importa.nt meeting will be held in. the Board of Trade building to- j night at.S o'clock, .of all American citi- zens. This includes all. "who have ever j recalled to the colors for a high Everj- Amencan or, Canadian-Amen- sition in Earl Kitchener's new army, suddenly today. It is said shat j death took place at his home in Dev- onshire. General Kekwich entered the army 187-i and was one of Britain's i "i i noted officers. He was frequently T! mentioned in despatches and received" 1 162.' numerous decorations for valor. LOCAL MARKETS 'Bocal markets toot a further rise this morning, and Xumber one is now Tfqrth one dollar and three -cents a McLaaghlin Gram com- is Baring 51.05J a bushel for number one Jn carload rthe malls are paying: the prices belO''w for vrag-on lots. Xcu-1 Xbr___1.03 1 Red 1.03 Xo. "Xbr. T.OO 1.00" "No. 3 Nor.....95 X0.'3 Jled'... .95 Xo. 4 .90 Xo. i Red .90 GENERAL CHAFEE DEAD Los Angeles, Nov. General Adna R. Ghafee, former chief of staff of the United States army, died at 'his home' here. can ig urgently'-invited, to attend. Another Band Concert .Sunday Another of those popular "band con- j certs will be.....given -by the Citizens' j band on Sunday night, at the Majestic j Theatre, commencing: at S.4-5. The 5 programme will be announced later, but every assurance is given, that it will be up to the usual .high standard. IQgiubotliam's Emulsion of Cod Liver Oil TOth Malt and HypopIiospMtes A for coughs, colds, pulmonary diseases and general debility. -f In this preparation the; Cod Liver Oil- completely disguis- ed and is therefore more accept- able, to the.jra.late and stomach, A capital way .of administer- ing Cod Liver- Oil to -children. 75c Chas. Shields, a general merchant at Tarn worth, Ont, for 50 years, 'is dead. _ Rev. IJr. Knowles, of Grace Method- ist church, St. Thomas, has accepted an invitation to Petrolea. Bank Bank Clearings for the week ending today were as against S21 for the corresponding week last year. For the month of .October, 1914, the figures were as ag- ainst for the' corresponding month alst year.- The pay- ments .during- the last days of October, accounts for the ap- parently heavy slump; ALfiEfOS PIONEER DHUGGISTS WHOCESALE AND RETAIL AND ORUCCIST5 AT TH E EM-P BESS TO M O R RO W THE BOEJR WAK The part played by the British Troops in the present titanic European struggle" makes this "Fire-Act Story of the Last Great English Conflict of, extraordinary interest. Critics pronounce it the most realistic war production ever filmed. There will be no advance in price for this Monster Programme. Operatic Society wUl hold the Irt mating of the season To Account for. Unsrhpioye'd Louis secretary of the ers' Union: Mayor Hardie, and Pres-' ident Marnoch' of. the Board of, Trade. e been appointed i by the City Council to attend tte i I meeting in Calgary- tomorrow of t'ie i Alberta Federation Labor, tbgeth- -v j er with provincial and Dominion go1.- I ernment renresentatives: and. .mayors I of other cities in.tbe the [purpose of detennmina a solution to 'the acute problem of unemployment. Plans for doing work under, .civic, pro- vincial or Dominion auspices, or by a combination of the three, w.ill be cussed, and if it is found that no pub- lie-works can be carried on, measures for the reJief.-of-the destitute will be evolved. AUSTRALIAN CABLE" CUT BY.- -GERMANS AGAIN WORKING Vancouver. Nov. The Australian cable is linked up and working again. In the opening days of the war'a Ger- man cruiser landed a -party and wrecked the, installation at the small island in the Pac- ific, where the. cable landed be- tween Tan couyer and, the An ti- podes. ?.Iuch inconvenience was thereby, and the work of- the Allied- fleet -in sweeping the Pacific was bam- pered. Visitors From South Dr. W. H. Scott of Warner; _Dr. W. T. Patton of Coutts; T. E. Tennant of Milk River: Robert A. "Wynne'of Coutts. and George T. Wride of Rav- rnond. are- visitors in the city today froia the south. Open Meeting B. of T. Every business man, in town is ask- ed to keep the evening o-f Thursday, November 12th open. There will be a full meeting oi the Lethbridge Board of Trade on that date, and every man should: be present. Funeral of The funeral of "Wilbur Dis.- er, who was accidentally -drowned yes- terday morning, will be held on Friday afternoon at 2 30 from the family-res- idence, 807. Seventh avenue South, to the public cemetery. Rev. G. H. Cob- bledick Wesley church will offici- The remains are -lying at the residence- Montreal Market for Hogs "Pice-President Carswell 'Of the -Un- ited Farmers of .Alberta, is of the op- inion that Alberta hogs can; be sold; on the Montreal market with .great-: ad- vantage tCKthe hos: raiser. The re- turns from the first shipment of hogs: to the! eastern .metropolis haVe Just been received and they are very grat- ifying. "We find.'' said Mr. Carswell, "that, the expense of putting -.the Al- berta hog; on the Montreal- market about, offsets .the difference in price between Calgary and Montreal. Montreal price .is about cents in advance of the local price, it costs about per hundred to ship the hogs. The Montreal market has a steadying effect upon local prices." Martin Harvey Lecturing Mrs. Martin Harvey has placed; her cottage ;at-Bonchurch, Isle of Wight, at the disposal of the Red Cross So- as a convalescent home for sol- diers or -sailors. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Harvey.nave also jointly contributed- 5500 as a subscription to .the same so- ciety. Mr: Martin Harvey is, 'with tlie cordial approval.of the Prime Minis- ter, delivering a series of lectures throughout the country on every Sun- day evening at the various theatres at which, he is on "The and the needs of the country, more particularly'with regard to the re- iruiting problem. The first lecture was given under the auspices of the Mayor and Aldermen at Middlesbor- ough, Yorks, last Sunday, and drew a igantic audience, packing the thea- tre from the floor to the ceiling. rr 201 oft FRIDAY AND Any article in the store at 20 per cent, off T W. laray Next Dallas Hotel American Election Results WASHINGTON1" 5. Fifteen hundred and eighty-five election pre- cmcfcs out of 2300 give prohibition a lead of returns now in Jroni dry counties are Cars Running through Subway Regular service has again been in- stituted on the Blue line, and two cars are now running the length of _ the line through the 13th street sub- j slowlv increasing the prohibition ma- way, on a 12-ininute schedule- Saturdays a third car will he placed in operation: from 3 in the afternoon -till making an flufirKT -riTcVi ,f A w J joripy. SUFFRAGE IN MONTANA Nov. returns-from acv enty" percent, of the London, p. Brit- ish mine sweeper Mary, was sunk by 3. mine m the North Sea" today. Six of vhe- crew of fourteen were rescuel jj The survivors were landed at Lowes- tpit, reported heavy gun firing off the Yorkshire coast. BRITISH ARMY IN REVIEW AT THE BIJOU will fee only one man to each car dhow the women's suffrage am- as on the other lines, and Commis- at' noori today is ahead by sioner Reid is making every effort to MOO votes.. All of the big cities have ive the people of the north side a keen heart! from. Miss Je-anette Ran- tatisiactory service, something TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 10th atS p.m. Sharp at St. Auguntin's Hall jrjpTo all who are interested ia operatic work a cord- 11 ial invitation is extended to attend. All old raem'- Jt bers ftre expected to-be-iweBent and are urged to j bring- a friend or two. The Operatic "Society is contemplating '.afflMmtion -with the Aisdciation' of 'Western Canada formetir embracing the ot the idea originated Regina, Hat, Edmonton and wning next- free from all- other ao4 attend moeting of the Lethbridge Opoimtfc A, bright and promising season In view; Parcels for Soldiers To those who are desirous, of send- ing' parcels to the soldiers in the Bri- tish Expeditionary forces, this inform- chairman of the state commit- which they have been deprived since tee' claims" the stats by votes. rthe commencement, on the subway. SHOOTING CASE DISMISSED In the district court this morning, On the 54-hour schedule for employees will go into effect. This ac.tiort is a result of the decision of the council gome time ago that no Spscia! Erigagcmsrtt of Extraordinary" Film Authorized by Council Army Thomas F. Kelly, a farmer residing Qne sholild be abllowed t near was charged with shoot- ation will be of value: The-General Post Office in London. advises the Canadian Post Office de- (neighbor, on tire night of August partment that parcels for members of to do tbe-iforces serving on the Continent, harni..The_evfdence KjHy Schedujes havc been ordered print. of a quarrel- if .addressed "Expeditionary Force, care of G.P.O., and sent in mails for London, >vill be lonrarded to their destination. .The rates" on these parcels be as follows: 1 pound, 40 cents; 2 pounds. 48 cents, pounds, ofi cents'; 4 pounds, 74 cents; '5 pounds, cents; 6 pounds, 90 cents' 7 pounds, 98 cents; 8 pounds, 9-pounds, and 10 "pounds, The British office adds that tobacco i and Cigarettes for the troops 'will be I admitted duty free to France, which allows of these articles being includ- forwarded as above. since the beginning of Parcel Post service with put in mere than 54 hours of work a week, and the change enables the management to keep on two more men. ed, and wHle in tand o th nature. Judge the within a few days so i accused not guilty-and the case was patrons may know at exactly dismissed what minute any car passes a given C. K P. Conybears; TL. C., pro- corner, secuted, and S. J. Shepherd defended. TAKES NEW OFFICES H. Ostiund barrister, has moved his office to the "offices formerly occupied by L. S. Ripley and Co., McDonald Block. BUSINESS LOCALS REMEMBER, you need Storm Sash, f Storm Doors and Stove Wood for i kindling fires and Jarge blocks for I your fire, place.' JPhone.362 and "we, I will Lumbar Co..Ltd. j 134 IGtk St. N. MISS FILMER will open her Winter Showroom Needlework at a-more central stand, viz.: 1110 3RD AVENUE SOUTH Fricf 6 HOURS PHONE 783 A visit of inspection will be appreciated. DEMOCRAT LEAD 25 New York, Nov. four con- gressional districts still uncertain, the result y! Tuesday's election show- that the Democrats elected to the House 228, Republicans 194, Progres- The management of the Bijou thea- tre announce the showing of the Brit- ish army film, for tomorrow and j Saturday. This film has been at an enormous'cost. The British army film ed in England and officersvandj men appear. It is the only film Cau- thorized and approved by the army council, and has the personal en- sives 7, 1, Independent Indorsement and his maj- givme; a Democratic majority of 25. esty the king. Imperial Bank of Canada Capital Paid" Reserve Kurid Total V Head D. R.'WILKIE, President Hon. ROBERT JAFFRAY, SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits, of and upwards received and interest allowed from r A date of deposit; .W. R. SEATLf, ;