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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD A Remarkable Low Price on Apples, B.C. Wagners and Greenings of tlic liosl known varieties Tor cooking. These arc all put up in lara'c lug boxes. Gross weight over 50 pounds. A large shipment of the above just in. Special, per box SI. 25 -25C ni tTM Phone 1271 THE GOOD GO. Store: i-ni> HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHER Lethbridge, clear 10 23 Edmonton, fair.............. 32 1-t Mcdic.ns Hat, cleat 31 20 Moose Jaw, cloudy 37 27 I'rnee Albert, snow 31 211.00 Winnipeg, cloudy 46 30 .03 I'aljary, clear 36 C Kejina, clear 47 32 :Tort Arthur, cloudy 38 36 i The weather in Manitoba and Sas- katchewan has liecn miM with local showers. In Alberta it has been clear and somewhat cooler at night. FORECAST All and today with stationary or.high- IT temperatures on Sunday. of Births Notice is hereby given to parents and others that the Registration of all Births in the City of Lethbridge is re- quired by law, and must be made within one month from date of Birth. Anyone failing to do so is liable lo prosecution and fine. C. B. BOWMAN, Registrar. Registrars Office, Acadia Building, 3rd Avenue S. INTERNATIONAL' BIBLE STUDENTS' ASSOCIATION FREE BIBLE LECTURES By A. H. De MARA, TORONTO Sunday, November 8th, 1914 AFTERNOON AT 4 O'CLOCK; SUBJECT! "Distress of jVatious" EVENING AT 7.30; SUBJECT: "The Kingdom of God" ALL WELCOME EMPRESS THEATRE NO COLLECTION CITY AND DISTRICT Tempsrancs Sunday Tomorrow is Prohibition Sunday in Alberta, and most of the-local clergy 'will speak on a temperance topic at one service at 'east, Burdett Man's Illness Grassy Lake Gazette: Dr. Poyntz has returned from Chicago with his patient, John lioss of Burdett, who hoped, an operation by a specialist might save his life. The disease of the lungs proved to be cancer, and it was too late to effect a cure. Mr. Ross has been very low this week. Band Concert The following programme will be rendered by the City band tomorrow evening1 at the ilajestic Theatre com- mencing at 9 o'clock sharp: -March, "British E. Xowbiejski; se- lection, "Chimes of Planquette; habanera, "Kiss- C. J. Roberta; .overture, "Ray. A. Thomas; Thome; intermezzo, "Hta watha" (by Moret; .overture, i The Keisler; .selection, i 'Sounds .from Laugey, march, Hoskins. .GoA Save the King. P. Cnne, director. New Books YOU SHOULD READ The Wall of (By Florence Barclay) The Hidden (By' Robert W. Chambers) The Eyes of the World.. (By Harold Bel! Wright) The Prince of (By George Barr 3IcCutcheon) The Call of The (By ThufRv.- Fraser) The Auction (By Res Beach) His Official (By -Bertha Ruck) Henry of (By Holwortny Hall) BY MAIL ADD 10c. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited HI CITY AND DISTKICT New Store Opens Mrs. D. MeVlear lias opened a con- fectionery and pastry store at J. Har rls Co.'s old stand on Fifth street. Commerce Service Service at Commerce on Sunday next at 11 a.m.; children's subject, "Tlie Two subject of sermon "A Three-Panelled Picture." A hearty welcome to Slake this service known. Big Land Sale J. T. Tasker and A. D. Cumins of Barons have sold a 367-acre farm, miles from Claresholm, to C. A. O'Neil of Winnifred, at 532.00 an acre. Mr. O'Neil will stock the farm and pre- pare for extensive development in the spring Tipperary at Star-land Monday The marching anthem on the battle lelds of Europe, the immortal "It's a Long Way to the song which is sung by the soldiers of the by request by Mr'Pete Murphy at Starland Mon- day. CITY AND DISTRICT No Hope for Recovery TbejGrassy Lake Gazette says there !s now no hope entertained that Mrs. -Savage will recover .Bible School' Rally There-will be a Bible school rally at tSe Christian church, tomorrow an 10 30 "River bottom school will at tend Automobiles will call for .iny who are not able to walk V good has been prepared, and all wiD be Ttelcomed Land Worth an Acre To a real estate man from, the cm, a farmer on the other side'bf the riv- er recently said, replv to a per Kistent query as to how much he for his farm land If 1 compelled to he said "I wouldn't consider less than 00 an acre to sell'" asked the real estate man 7 don't have to and I can't see any reason, fth IShouSd want to WIN Play "Legende" Among other classical compositions riolin, Mr. Sam Sadowaki 'will famous "Leg- coming recital in Knos church. On this and another compo- sition, Mr. SaSowski wan the gold medal In competition at Edmonton in 1912 Trinity Church Services Sunday at 3.15 p.m.-, Sabbath school, 730 p.m., evening service; it is espe- cially desired that there be a .large attendance at this service.. until Wednesday, and" .possibly not dnring the week; -notice re the English class will be given on Sunday evening Choir practice on .Friday; at S.30 p.m. Grand Patriotic social on Tuesday at 7.30 p.m.; refreshments, "waxworks, songs, recitations and games; a good time for 25 cents each; proceeds for Patriotie Fund; a.'cordial invitation to all to attend. FIRE AT SEA IN TREY.O' HEARTS ONDAY STARLAND Child's Arm .Nearly Severed William the 14-year-old son 6f Marshall, manager of the A. MacDonaM' Co., was the victim this .afternoon of a serious accident. The child was found lying near the Thirteenth subway, with one arm practicunj cuHipjetelv severed The ambulance-was-called, and the lad -taken to the .hospital. It seems that the accident happened in the old ab: endowed British .Columbia Milling but-just how it occurr- ed is ttol known The child's injuries are'considered serious, but the hos pltai informed the Herald that he would Jikely recover Calgarians .Speak at Great Falls Vice-President Dennis of the C G K Nourse, formerly ot Letn bridge, and Andrew publicity man, pasBed through the city- last night en route from Great Falls to Calgary. The distinguished party i 'were guests of honor at a banquet on I Thursdaj night given by the bnsi- iness men. of Great Falls.--All .three jspoke on topics-affecting the welfare of the Mr. Dennis especially urg ing agricultural development.. He jmade an interesting discussion of the 'joint interests existing'between Cau- jada and the tmited States He said ,that the thing he wanted to impress on his hearers that Ca mada and -the United States, the days I of the pioneer have passed, and the settler jjas come, to build up the coun- I try through which the pioneer blazed the trail, and in the chanced condl- ,tion the burden must .he shifted to the shoulders of the young men. Dig Them Out! We refer to your old hot watfir howr -old or rusty- each is worth fifty' cents in our '-'ReiaH'V oottle sale to- day. The least expensive bears a. one, year guarantee. The others'.-are, guaranteed for two Should you not "be" in .immed- iate need you'll :be wise in se- curing1 one for refer- ence." i You can't. '.'Jose.- out this: The Rexal! 'Stfores of Canada, over 400 of the.'Best and Biggest Drug Stores, Sydney to Dawson City, ore contributing from October 15th tn Of- all their purchases of these goods to the Canadian' Patriotic Fund, aad conseauently every time you buy a Jleiali Product you help-ito swell this fund and do it, too, without "it costing you a cent. The gg TELEPHONE NO. 322 Generous School District Grassy Lake Gazette: Bar Vee school house, Section 19-9-8. was on Friday the scene of a dance in aid of the Red Cross fund. Only .25 cents was charged adults for admission, but a collection was also made. In all was raised for the cause. What if all rural schools did tiie same MARKETS SATURDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Winnipeg, Nov. Opening and closing prices on the grain today were Open Close 1 19; 1 20} Dec 1 18} 1 19 J Ala; 1 24J- Dec Dec Mav 1 26 1 26 1 WINNIPEG CASH PRICES 56J 5SJ 1 1.36 1.33 N7o. 1 Nor. Xo. 2 Nor. 3 1 W. BUSINESS LOCALS THE BOER -WAR EMPRESS TONIGHT Young Social Hour The discussion at the Young Men's Social hour at tf'e Y M C 4 Sunday evening be led bylWr J B Willtie Pfce subject, is one I which every young man ahou'd be considering This Iiour at the "Y" hasy prtTTes ?ery satisfactory many voicing; their jjearfy approval of toe good iello-nship that is enjoyed each Sunday The meeting is held (purposely at thai; church jia over at S.o'clock.vwhtch leaves an i hour before home going, during which "joung men have no place to spend a i profitable moment tAII men are cor diai'y invited to be present, Sunday eveningr. J BORN Mr. and Mrs: H. -I. Collier, Lethbridge, Nov.-5th, a. son. We are specially organized and equipped for the Administration of Estates and for carrying out of trusts of every the TRUSTS and GUARANTEE Public Admlntetntw and Official AttifBM for tin Judicial Dlttricti of imTHBRIOOE MACLEOD CALGARY WETA8KIWIN 220 Eighth ol Conmtret J. W. McNIeg) Inipicter Delicious Appetizing TV'iili tlie ".flavor and aroma ol the choicest hops'and with the blending of the hops with the best selected barley, malt, you .have in Ilinnl-n'n iUGi US 3 one of the most enticing bcicr ages that tht Btill of man can tTo3uce Peoplp arink it for if- appea! Ing Savor, for the refreshment that it affords, for tile health that it gives; for Al- berta't Pride -Beer Is beneficial In a variety of aliments Any good doctor will tell you that. Lsthbridge Bier Is a pleasing beverage, it is a good appetjker and H is fine for the digestion. Try a case of it at home. e Brewing Malting Co., Ltd. PHONE S54. No. (i Feed Oats- No 2 C No. 3 C. Extra No. 1 Feed No. 1 Feed No. 2 Feed No. 3 No 1 Rejected Feed St. Slary's Society will hold a whist drive Parish Hall, Tues- day, KOT. 10th at" 8" o'clock sharp: Six good prizes wiil -be given; also, two season prizes will be'given at the end of the season HBMP vou need Storm Sash I Storm Doors and Stove Wood for kindling fires and large blocks. for your "fire place. Phone .362 and we will deliver. Citizens' -Lumber Co. Ltd. 134-16th St. N. Please notice, .Mr. Allison, Photo- grapher, has recovered from an attack of typhoid fever, and will be at the Studio in the: Balmoral Block, 5th St. the beginning of next" week. Thore wishing to make appointments may I do so today. No V Dec. May Dec. May I V 2 G. W C 1.20} 1.17{ i-in 1.03" 08 91 57J "I 511 54 53 70i lil 60 i 1.26J 1.23J CHICAGO 1 13. Try a Sack Then You'll Know 201 off HARDWARE TO-NIGHT Any article in the store at 20 per cent, off Come in and investigate C W. Gray Next Dallas Hotel Bunlneis Change at Taber Alex, Primrose has-laten over, the uudertahiag business Taber, for- nierly.'operated ;by Archie Loomis He is cnjifiucting the bijEiness In con nection with the ,Taber Furniture-Go. Leasej the C. Y. D. W. Coulter has leased the ranch from Hon. A. J. McLean, and will remove from. there next n-eek. It is the intention to stock UTI the farm. Don't buy Every Day Capdy In other words, don't nay candy that is cheap or common. Buy thst which you know is pure, delicious and nutritious. We hare the purest chocolates ex- quisitely packed. NYLO CH-OCOLATES Jackson Co. Pi euription Drug Stert PHONE 1232 1.17 1.23} 1.174, 1.24 No. 1.03 1.00 .90 40 LOCAL MARKETS GRAIN 1 Nor. 1.03 No. 1 Red No. 2 Nor. 1.00 No. 2 Red No. 3 Nor U5 Mo. 3 Red No. -4 Nor 30 No. 4 Red No 2 C tt UVE STOCK Steers 6 cows, 5 heifers, 5j- veal, 75. En-cs, Si; wethers, 5i 5 (li cliesttd 7 ip 9 Fowls, 10, "springs, 13, HAT Tlraotay 513 QO Timothy .and alfalfa 12.00 Alfalfa 10 50 Ulue-jomt 12 oo VEGETABLES B C 135 jV. B. Pc.tatvcs, per 90 Ib. sack 1.75 I oral per t 14o THE SIANDARD BANK n "SSir1. OF CANADA B The Sales! 01AU Small Investments Is a Savings Account itU the Standard Bank of Canada. Interest is paid with unfailing regularity every half year or added to the pnncipal and the strength and resources of the Bank are a guarantee of the safety of the money deposited. Withdrawals may be made without unnecessary delay. Capital and Reserve t 163L Assets over LETHBRSSGE BRANCH, 31S, 13th Street N. Q______ G. F. BI.ETCHER, Manager. d Or-ro s Tiirnjfs Pe-ts Carrots i g, MISS FILMER will open her Winter Showroom Needlewovk at a more central stand, viz.. 1110 3RD AVENUE SOUTH Friday, November 6 HOURS PHONE A visit of ..inspection will Dv appreciated. 'is Imperial Bank of Canada Capital'Paid Up............. Reserve Fund Total Assets Over............, i Head D. R. WILKIE, Preti.dent Hep. ROBER1 JAPFRAY, Vice Preiident (SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Depoiiti of InJ upwards received and Interest allowed from date of deposit LETt-jBRIOQE BRANCH................W. R. 8EATLE, Munigtr ;