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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS- Hotel Windsor a Day Hotel In Albsrta. LETHBRIDGE DMLY HERALD DiilliiH Hotel High' Class Rooms 60c, 75c >nd The Bent Meals In tin City Alwaysio the Front on Al Groceries Fresh Fruits Canadian srown Apples Is our main topic just IS OUR MOTTO. Here are a fow week cud See our window Uteplay. QUALITY FIRST pack. Northern Spies, all No. Vs. Price per case No. 2's, almost as good as No. pack extra fine qual- ity; gcod enough for the apple show, price per at Creston; good quality No. 2'-, per TABLE pound baskets, each......50c TOKAY of the season- Price per basket .......................S5c Price per pound.......................20c Cods, 2 pounds ......25c FRESH 'solid Quarts, each' Pints, each............................50c RIPE 5 pound each Per SWEET pounds for ........25c FINEST .pound FLORIDA GRAPE .and GOODWILLIES PRESERVED Pears and Green Special per sealer ......................25c CREAMERY made, Magrath or Wild Rose. Per pound .................35c Office: THE GOOD CO. Phone im HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 5Z5 fr ELECTRIC LIGHT SHADE OK WASTE PAPE5 BASKET FREE! ON SATURDAY So papular was our special offer of the past two Saturdays that we decided to repeat It for tomorrow. This time, however, we give a choice of articles. Simply make B. purchase amounting to 50c or over, of your requirements, we will'present you, free of charge, compliments, either of those pretty and-very useful" a nicies. TO KODAK GOODS OR if. -MAGAZINES. THE REDtROSS BOOK IN 1 AT ALL s- The 25th Battery C.F.A. of Leth brldgvf being the only battery in Al- berta, and one of ths equipped In Canada, It ii considered more than probable that it will be the battery re- quired from Military No. 13 for the eecond contingent Major Stewart ie In Calgary today, but other of tlu Battery feel certain that the call for the 25th may tie expected any minute. Buttte at Calgary an of Military 13 are all In a bustle today over the official an- tiouncement front- Ottawa the- make- up of the second contingent While there n some reijret that the infantry battalion Is not going with the next force, this is -largely mitigated- by the BOod news that a regiment ef cavalrv I. wanted, in ado.tion to the battery and section of Army Medical Corpf, Vol. 'Crulckshank announces- that a troop, of .field enaineers win be re- quired from Alberta ir 15 aiio anounced that Col MaeDonald of the 15th Light Horte CplgarJV ,betn recommended to command the Alberta cavalry real- Lima, Peru, Nov. sub- jects and'officials here are dissatis- fied with the German reports of their successes in the reported battle Sun- day night off the Chilean coast. They.haye receiv-sd information that the Good Hope, reported to have been sunk by German guns, did not parti- cipate in the fight at all, and claim theVe is good, reason to believe that the German light cruisers Bremen and Leipzig were probably sunk. It is considered certain that a bat- tle between the German and combined Brrttsh and Japanese squadron is ex- It is said the squadron is searching forTthe Germans who northward after leaving Val- have not been since re- ported by the merchant vessels. Fight Off Peru On San Francisco, Nov. ad- Calgary, Alta, Nov. vices today to prominent British ship SATURDAY SPECIAL We Will Allow You 50c for Your Old Hot -Water Bottle Brine lis our old Hot Water Bottle'-Saturday. Nov. 7th. no matter ivhat make or whether it leaks or not We will allow you 50c for the old oae in exchange for a "KEXALL" Hot Water Dottle that sells regularly'Tor This offer is made for the purpose of convincing you of the superiority of our guaranteed "Rexall" Rubber Goods. Tills applies to "American Beauty" and ".Maximum" Lotties. GUARANTEED HOT WATER BOTTLES 'Monogram' Is moulded ail in one piece. The sur- face is beautifully embossed with our exclusive maple leaf design. It is of full 2-quart capacity. Packed in handsome box. Comes in either rich chocolate or deep red'color. Regular'price In trade for your old hot water bottle, only S2.0 'Roxbury' NO. 2, RED is of beautiful chocolate color, with black trimming. Has the unlosable stop- ail Monogram bags are fitted, and like them [5 guaranteed to give satisfactory service. Regular price In trade for your old hot water bottle, only SI.65 We are exclusive agants net only for "Monogram" hot water bot- .tles, but also for "American GUARANTEED water bottles, syringes and other rubber guar- w_ anteed because ail made from .YEARS. REAL RUBBER Country orders filled mailed on prescribed days. for Water Bags, Flannelette.'Saturday GUARANTEED FOR ONE YEAR J. D. Higinbotham Go., Limited, Rexall Store WEATHER' 27 .02 24 1.42 -32q .02 Lethbridge, cloudy 33 Edmonton, snowing 3.4V Calgarv, snowing... 32 Medicine Hat, 40- iSIoose Jaw, cloudy- 43 Reglna, snowing 41 35 .10 Winnipeg, clau'dy.. 38 26 -Port. Arthur, 3S 32 The weather "throughout the west las been unsettled, and. with light snowfalls in northern Saskatche- wan and Alberta, and "light local showers in southern-Saskatchewan. Forecast- Manitoba and. settled and light local ruin or snow. Alberta .fair- -and--milder again. CITY AND DISTRICT Major..to. Calgary Major Stewart left last night for Calgary on a day's business. Has.Recoyered Sir. Murphy, the popular Starland songster, has recovered from his re- cent illness, and will .sing at Starland all next ween. Duluth, Jlinn., Nov. :Mich- ael Dulutti.-.sister oi, Gen- eral Von Kliict, 'of (Herman armv, has received a letter from her' family that the General wounds. War Pictures for War Relief On Wednesday evening, November Tutie'wIW give an 'illus- trated address, entitled Story ot the Inlaid of the'War CITY AND DISTRICT To Speak at Granum ilr. A.'.BucIiaiian, M.P., will give an address a patriotic meeting: fp be held in Granum on Thursday, No vember 12. Infantry drill will be resumed to- night at 7.15 sharp. All members oi the squadj arg asked to be promptly in attendance at the barracks parade grounds. Recruit Thrown from Horts Const. A. Stewart, a recruit in the was thrown from :his ii 01 -i i., UL me ui v j. J---- --_--, Relief Fund The'Captain has obtain- i n.oraP at. riding school yesterday af- ed a magnificent Bet'-bf slides made i ternoon, and somewhat badly shaken from actual scenes'-oiiHae battlefields The ambulance took him to the of Europe. "Many; are -very nPBPital, where he is now practically fine pictures of fighting-in actual pro-' _________ gress between in'fant'ry .and artillery. These are not lof some 'other war, or of'manoeuvres in peace-time, Another Berliner H. Krug, another Berliner many, was a visitor-In the south last ping here from their corres- pondents In Valparaiso report that an engagement la now taking place of Peru, between British, Ger man and Japanese warships. .Press dispatches telling of a previous nava engagement are confirmed in the mes- sages, I THE BOER WAK EMPRESS TONIGHT F R E E With each purchase A Lovely Sepia Picture 12x15 (Your choice of 25 Masterpieces) SPECIAL AT THE DRUG-BOOK STORE Buy rour Drug arid Stationery wants from us and secure one ottiate absolutely free. Sse tur -nmdon for special Kenny Allin Co.. Ltd. NEXT DALLAS HOTEL, PHONE 1487. Recruits Given a Bed Three-wayfarers-.stopped .at the po- lice station last of a night's lodging.' a great Lethbridge for the purpose of enlisting, and .were without food or They were given a welcome and a bed at the station by Chief Skelton. but photographs ofgthe real thing! -5r Knut'i, r SJ: Vhel3f pypmnc- (if Intnvvt -11" owner of the Krug farm, south Of S trated songs 'will be a feature of "the imuer evening. Solos by noted local.vocal-.j Not Germany" ists. Admission by ticket, obtainable H. Musselman, at Kenny Allln's Drug and .Book fGERMANY." store, 25 cents each. Tijia ]egend on the. register of the Letttbridge Hotel this morning caus- ed, not compliment- Band Concert at Majestic Sunday Sunday- night's band concert at the Majestic. promises to be a musical treat, and will 'doubtless be attend- by every -music "lover in' the city. Bandmaster Cling has been more than energetic tteek in get- ting the band again, and it is safe to say can no'w loast of a musical .organization sec- ond to none in Western Canada. The j concert on Sunday "night will not com- mence until after-the church services are over, and the doors of the theatre witt not bo p.m. The oncert will start'at 9.00 p.m- mission will he charged, and all are welcome, It is to be hoped that the and will be, liberaliy supported ,and patronized by, aboreclaUve -audiences, or their ultimate suc'ce'aV-depends en ireiy on Lethbridge FiRE AT SEA IN TREYO' HEARTS STARLAND MONDAY LOCALS you need Storm storm Doors and Stove 'Wood'- for kindling fires and large-blocks, for your fire place. Phone 368 and we wli] deliver. Citizens' Lumber Co. Ltd. 131 16th st x Please Mr. Allison, Photo- I'ayoMvered from an attack Don't buy Every Day Candy In other words, don't buy candy that is cheap or common. Buy that which you know is pure, delicious, and nutritiouj. We have the 'purest of chocolates ex- quisitely packed. NYLO CHOCOLATES Jackson Co. Prescription Drug Store Lethbridge, Alberta. PHONI 1232 v.1., tini. VUllJUimita JlUi, UtJiUiJlllJlHUL- !ary to the. Kaiser. Mr. 'Musselman himstrif said that-he wanted It plainly understood that he was no follo'wer of thu in Itself -indelibly oh-the recently by of- ifering one'of the largest-oatrlotic con- "tributions in'the Dominion. vMr. Musselman is the traveller for the. Ahrens Shoe .Co.. of. Berlin In the three ho says the- shoe business Is good. At one time, not so very long ago, the Ahrens factory was running 24 hours a day, seven days of the week, 'orders, and ,the general run of busi- ness outside of government work, he says, is normal. 1 Ja Berlin contributes something to the Patriotic fund. The organization has the .backing of every 'factory and mercantile so. t'hat every-employee pays. Even the men on the road for Berlin houses have'to cough up their share, and it all goes to the credit of Berlin; MISSFILMER her Winter Shoi Needlework will her Winter Showroom at a more central stand, viz.: 1110 3RD AVENUE SOUTH Friday, November 6 HOURS PHONE 783 A vJsit of inspecUon will be Try a Sack Then You'll Know FRpAY AND SATURDAY Any article in the store at 20 per cent, off CW. Gray Next Dallas Hotel BULLETIN Berlin; Nov. -report receive.d tere from Constantinople saxs that the Ameer of Afghanistan has cent an army of men with 13S guns :o the Indian frontier. This news was Jlven out In official quarters In Ber- ti today to the press The railroad from sHerat to Kussk ias been destroyed A number of In- dian border tribes have joined the Af- ihans. British officials on oorder lave been "and several of their numbers have been killed. at Mrs. Finlay Campbell died Stayncr, Ont, in her 58th year Archibald McMillan1 Uthgmv, a soli-known printer of Hamilton, is dead. Paris, Nov. 6, 4.27 Duke Nicholas, commander-in-chief of the Russian forces in the field, has tent a telegram, to General Jpffre, command- cr-ln-chief of the French forces, say- Ing that the Russians gained in east Prussia'the greatest the beginnina of the war. C B Matthews, reeve of Iloughtfln township for ten and recently in the milling business at Ont., dieU in his buggy from a para- lytic .stroke. THE BOER WAR EMPRESS TONIGHT Imperial Bank of Canada Capital Paid Tip Reserve Fund Total Assets (0ver Head Toronto 0. R. WILKIE, Praildent pan. ROBERT JAFFRAY, yice-Pre.idsnt Deposits 'of 11.00 'and upwards received and Interest allowed from ilate ot dcDoslt. L6THBRIDOE BRANCH W. R'. SEATLE, Manger ;