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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FACE EIGHT THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1914 NO DR PRICE 5 MONSTER APPLE Fetches Record Price of at Teynhani, Kent A London. England, says: Th? distinction of growing ;ui apple that has made the highest price on record belongs to Colonel J. F. Money ball. .I.P., of New gardens, Teynhani, Relief Fund, and an apple there sold for ?125. London wanted to beat this it did. longed contest, xhe CAVALRY OFFICER WITH THEM IN FIRST FIGHT SAYS THEY BEHAVED SPLENDIDLY London .Morning Post prints an ex-tract from a. letter oi a After a pro-i cavalry otlictii, giving an account of iihnm applej how the'Indian l-roops behaved in ini ihcir first encounter with shell fire. 'Li In the I Aithoaph a cavalry officer, the writer 'Love-All" By J. SMlrilfc Mwtti At the end of praceodiags j nnctioneor's hammfr was sold for before hmt we wetc told si Toyuluun. It formed one of a collection of fruit and other exhibits that were sold under (he hammer at Coveni Garden, on Wednesday, the proceeds to he piven to the Prince of Wales' fund. The bidding for this apple proved ihe excitement of day. At -Alauehester on tiie previous day '.here was a similar sale for the Xa- FIRE AT SEA IN THEY 0' HEARTS MONDAY STARLAND EXTRA SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY-MONDAY Men! Stock up for the Winter at this Special Sale; Everything-to go! WitLrn the next few weeks you're going to buy a new Fall Suit or O.vercoal, that's cer- tain. Why not get it now! We think you ought to know why it's wise to "do it now." The heat reason is that our stock is complete, but prices are rut down. Men's Suits Men's Boots FINE 'ENGLISH TWEED, irer- fectly made Reg. 81250. Special ..9O.OU ANOTHER LINE OF FANCY WORSTEDS, colors grey and 'brown, reg. value 11550. Special MEN'S BLACK BEAVER CLOTH OVERCOATS with Marmot collars, quilted lining, will give splendta Reg. price {1850 ft C19 Kfl On sale 9 I CiVW SPECIAL BARGAINS IN MEN'S EVERYDAY 52.25 ?3.2a value cut down to value cut down, to BOYS' BOOTS, BOYS' SWEAT- tR8, BOYS' UNDERWEAR at prices to please you WOMEN'S FELT SLIPPERS- regular oc value OVERCOAT M AC Price iiufr.oviHeoAT' MEN'S FELT SLIPPERS_ Regular ?1.00 value Per fair MEN'S WINTER with fttf tend Special BB_ price, each OQC qiiotMl OU Cut K do your buying at 3REI AVfMUCtfbUfM, NEXT TO''ROYAL BANK. au the Newest Finishes and will find IJiat our designs have been selected an eye to serrico os well as beauty. FURNITURE iTlIl find that our prices are very reasonable indeed. Suites of 9 Pieces from Standard Furniture Company compliment, I suppose, although 1 did not think so at the time. It was the (Lost weird sight 1 have ever seen. "There were six barns and a wind- jmill blnzing, all set alight by shell j fire, when these fellows, with turbans and with flashing eyes and teeth, j came up out of the darkness. The undefeated dragoons, oi course, be- came firm friends wilh them at once. French, Belgian, they make pals with them all. "Well, these natives had hardly got into tfhc trenches on either side of lut' whea the (feituans opened fire. It was the worst half hour t nave ever spent. As, oi course, I could not make them understand, and as they had never seen shells before, I did not know what they would do. They j behaved splendidly, and I think they thought the shells were fireworks let of! for their benefit. "The officer in charge of them told me that moraine; (-bat he was most anxious as to how they'd do, but' Charlie. j they shouted with glee when they saw across. German, and let him know what rain over, Bliout ftorloualy, the surface of the court had dried. Charlie Acton flour- ished his ritaket exultantly. pros- pect of an afternoon's healthy exer- cise set the blood tlcKlluz to body. Just tnslde the iiottinjc Lhft tutelary deity of the chipped, plaster his bow at a venture from the height of his pedestal. Char- lie buzzed a ball at him and .laughed as the fragments of plastor fell off. "Come, on, he shouted. "Are you going to be all His howl of, it was nothing a vision of a dainty maiden, fair-haired and slen- der, demure in white pique, carrying J her racket. "What a noise you she said reproachfully. "You girls take such a lot of time titlyatlnj he answered, defiantly. "A cousinly speech." she retorted. "I'm sure I was very quick." "Just see me knock the piaster off that chap said Charlie, buoy- antly, buzzing a second ball at the statue. His aim was true, and a sec- ond shower of plaster fell. "Poor said the "He J ought to have netting put around him." "A lot better for the world if he said Charlie, promptly. s "Cynic! Who's wasting time now? What are you going to five "Fifteen and a licking." "But you're not." -J "What? Not "No. Ill take 15. Not a licking." "You won't be able to help it Coma They took their places on opposite sides to the net. The service fell to Gently he sent the ball .good shots they are. In the middle of the attack one native hurled himself j into my trench and spoke excitedly j to me. Of course, I could not make out what he wanted, but thought he doctor, as 'he kept pointing; at a cartridge, so I sent -down forj the doctor, but when he arrived 1" discovered it was more ammunition thev wanted and not a doctor." NEW PENSION BILL Wtli Provide for Generous Treatment of Canadian Volunteer Ottawa, Ont, Nov. the terms of a pension bli'l to be introduced at the next sesBion of the Canadian Par liament, provision will be made for a generous pension scheme for all Can- adian volunteers killed or disabled In active service.. There is a pension act now on the statute books, but it is in- adequate to meet present require- ments. The new act will probably pro- vide for a pension least Jialf of the amount of pay drawn by the men. "If you insult me with another serv- ice like said Edie, Ignoring it, "I won't play, "Ail right then, take Char- He sent in an express. "Got you that time. I think." "Try it again." "I-Trill. Take that Oh, "Bo you mean asked Edie, calmly. "I'm dashed If I do, my dear! I meant your return." "Yes. It did make you look a bit silly, didn't "Think I'look A "You did." t; "AH right, -my fair cousin', j I'll make you look sillier before I've] finished with you." j "And murmured the damaged j Cupid, unheard; you both Grace, ease and comfort i second nature to warers a fa-Grace Corsets." The Gown Hideth the Corset But how often one sees the drape of an exquisite gown spoiled by the corset beneath. Such a thing, cannot happen to a woman who has carefully chosen a pair of Because there is a model designed to fit every conceivable type of figure and every trend in fashion's present vogue. Send for cur dtinsily illustrated booklet, of new Decide ujxji the corset you need. Then g favorite store ant) get 1C. CROMPTQN CORSET CO. Limited 78 York St., TORONTO you. ter.1 I'll teach you to spoil my plas- Service, return, and. rally went on through the afternoon. Charlie was hot; Edie flushed, and panting. Hqr hair was no longer the perfection of on active service, this neatness, but its stray curls framed to the United States Pension Act, and her face At as she'' being considerably higher than in Great Britain or France, 'where the amount granted .is only three-tenths of the active service .pay. In the case of the South African war Canadians were granted the regular British pension, whicli was. paid the Imperial government. In pre- sent war, Canada is assuming all obli- gallons of pay, equipment, mainten- ance and pensions troops. The question of pensions for the men of the permanent force, includ- ing the members of the civil service connected with the Militia depart- ment, will be dealt in a general civil service pension bill, wihicfr it is understood the government has now under consideration. across the court to take short forehand drive, stumbled, and, putting out hand to henelf, fell with-her palm against the upon which Cupid itretched his bow. "Oh, oh ibe cried. "I'vt hurt WHOOPING COUGH SPASMODIC caour ASTHMA COUGHS BtONCHiriS CATARRH 5 f Croo Asthma. haled with every naakes breathing eity; iogthei the sore throat ind siops the couch, issuri Sand postal far dttcriptioe booklet BY DHUB9.I8TS VATO-CKSOUNE CO. COL. MAR1TZ up iald Charlie, the Canadian standing over her and. looking, at the fluihed face upturned to his with livaly admiration. not really hurt, are "I am. It's that statue." "Confoundedly in.the way, that Cu D, JF. Herron, a farmer living 12 miles north of Calgary, raised a rad- ish which weighed over four pounds and measured 20 inches in circumfer- ence. SEAL BRAND COFFEE Often Imitated Seldom Equaled Sever Surpassed in one and two pound tins CHASE SANBORN MONTREAL. growled Charlie, not "Sure you're (London Chronicle) Colonel Mariti first came into pro- minence in the later stages of the South African when with others ho helped to conduct an independent campaign in. the north east. The ex- pulsion of Hertzpg and De Wet from this region in February 1901 had pro- duced only a transient it is recorded in the history of the war.) r- In March Salomon Marltz, then young corporal, was 'sent to organize a rebellion in the Kenhart district. By his "energy and bravery tMarltz rapidly rose to the-rank of command- ant. AIL through the winter, and spring of 1901 he, was the scarcely disputed master .of the Kenhart and Culvinia. district. When October, reached the Calvinia district and made a General, he had under him from 500 to tiOt) well-equipped rebels. He WEB afterwards severely .wounded, and steady pressure during, the winter drove.him into Namaqualand. 1 After the war 'Colonel is a held1 a'" command with the Germans in .the Herero cam- paign in Damur'aland. i -Here naturally lie 'came into close touch with the German authorities, as did the-Brier tfarniors-'-'wfco had crossed j frontier dnd become German sub- al reservist from serving jects. By these men the seeds of dls- A Truly Helpful Environment for your tto character it baiof quite well, hut lie knows tea much." ceived this week by :i young. Toronto lady, whose gentleman nay- "I'm not You can look if you like. on one 6f the British warships in thejsenslon have been sown in the neigh- re my J North Sea. The envelope was address- borhood of the (border. J- 1 wi in the sweetheart's handwriting Ste Charlie knelt down. "It's frightfully' swollen, j alright, hut it had been cut open, the she said, it [original contents removed, and the cattle.; dealing both In-Holland and in "li'n an awfully pretty he j plain sheet hearing toe above message [Soulh" Apparently the--ven- insert ed. Jture-did not prove altogether success- After the campaign againat Ui ten tots'. Colonel engaged in sid, taking it tenderly. "It Isn't. It's swollen." pretty "I never knew it w he continued. "It's the swelling that it that BBC explained. "It will go down in time." "Edie, you little hvnrirac, it isn't swollen .at She tried to snatch her hand away. "I must say you haven't much syrr- she said. "Let it go ff there's OG thins the matter with it." "There is nothing; the m attar with it; that's why I'm1 keeping it." "I can't see what my wriit is to you." "No? Suppoie I was to aak for the What do Why do you Oh, don't you think we bad bet- ter go on with our "Couldn't allow it. my dear. wrist is syralned. Besides, haven't answered my question." "You shouldn't ask such silly nuw- tions." "Is it a silly "Yes." '.'And because yon ought to know answer." Conversation became incoherMt, except perhaps to Cupid, wbou It wai. It was at least IS mlautM before Englinh Your you I wonder what the score was wben we left off." said Edit, with a fine of detachment. murmnred Cupid to tfci ''I said I'd teoeli thin U> spoil my piftsfer Frank Waliter. 68 years of age, dropped dead at ftirth; where lie liv- ed. Across the envelope was the planatory word, "censored." The youns lady staf.es that her friend is quite a descriptive writer, and ihe conclusion is drawn that his love-letter innocently contained more news of the British fleet's movements than the censor considered good for the welfare of the This treatment may he given to lots ol letters from Canadian hoys at the front, now or later, and' may explain the meagrenefis of news' from the Canadian contingent. "ex-jful, and he applied tor a commission !n the police in South 'Africa. The colonel's great 'experience in- campaigning all' sorts of con- ditions m.ade iiira a very'desirable ap- plicant, ami through the kindness of the authorities he joined the service, of the Union'Government. This was the stopping stone -by whicli ho gained.the important posi- tion of commander of-'the forces in the North West of the-Cape Province, which he has just ibeen "compelled to relinquish.! For propedM and write tbt Principal X. 1. WUDU BLIu, D.D.. .ft UlssH Oat AModated Board of Royal Academy of Music Royal College of Music LONDON. ENGLAND. for Ural ExuriiiUns la Misle r ATION Eis Mijtstj 1st Music Examinations to tho of aH Muue. The Antiual in Practical Alusic and Theory will be held ttirougliout in" Stay and Jnnc, 1915. Anexnnthi< in Theory only will field November nth igiv, application to be made hy October Ah exhibition value about 'offered annually also 2 Gold and a Silver Medals. Syllabus, Music for the examinations nil particulars may be obtained OH oppHca- tioii to M. WABIKG 04V1S. 777 Skater Sir Ml. M Sccreury'lar Parents aad Tencheri TriBhing to enter their pupils for thctte esaminalionB should communicate with the Secret a rv at otice and liave ih'clr names placed on mailing list, f l. MM FIRE AT SEA IN TREYO' HEARTS MONDAY STARLAND MARTIN ACQUITTED Medicine Hat, Alta., Nov. Martin ,w'aa acquitted today. A stay of proceedings was entered In the ar- son tinil conspiracy charges against Kohlruas, and in the conspiracy charg- es against Martin and: Rodmacher. IT IS THE TASTE. THE FLAVOR OF BAKERS COCOA That Makes It Deservedly Popular An absolutely pure, delicious and wholesome food beverage, produced by a scientific blend- ing of high-grade cocoa beans, subjected to a perfect mechanical process of manufacture. Made fa Canada by Walter Baker Co. Limited ESTABLISHED 1780 MONTREAL, CANADA DORCHESTER, MASSACHUSETTS ;