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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Bttt a Day Hotel in Albtru LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Another Lot of Canadian Apples THIS TIME .ONTARIO SPIES, SNOWS AND WAGNERS. FINEST QUALITY, PRICES AS FOLLOWS; NO. 1 each .............-.J5.25 NO. 1 tach.................S1.S6 NO. 2 each NO. 1 SNOWS, cases, each NO, 1 RUSSETS, cnsec, each NO. 1 WAGNERS, FINEST COOKING APPLES. LARGE BOXES, GROSS WEIGHT OVER 50 Its. GREEN- INGS, SALOME "AND BELLE DE BOSKOOP. PRICE PER BOX........................ Office: THE CiOOD CO Store: D, n71 1 A Ai-i nr eoe 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 525 WEATREK I! 3D. .40 3S SO I CALGARY LIVESTOCK MARKET P. Burns Co. of. Calgary, send the on Tuesday, following iveekiy market leuer: j Subject to market changes, JLethbridgc, fair 57 j Edmonton, fair -t-1 Calgary. clear Medicine Hat. clear .CO i Batileford, clear 34 Prince Albert, fair 24 i Swift Current. 'clear oij jQn'Appelle, cloudy. -IS 34 1 Minnedosa, cloudy 3S 20 i Winnipeg, cloudy.. 30 IS j Port Arthur, c'.oudy 2S ipentlcton.. 43 Grand Forks. ;Xeison.. j Kamloops 3S I The weather in Manitoba has been fair cool today. In Saskatchewan j and Albert, it has been fine and com- parativeiy njild." Forecst All Fair and mild today and MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Aov. Opening closing prices un the grain rstMan today v.no Dec. .May TCov................... Jlay Nov. Dec: .May "WINNIPEG CASH PRlOES Wheat- Jfo. 1 Xor........... A'o- 2 N'or........... 3 Nor........... No. ti Xo. 2-C. W. No. S C, W......... Extra No. 1 Feed NV 3 STo. 4 notice, we quote the. following prices delivered and weighed off the cars U1JLJu AA1D: DliSIKlO-l at Calgary for this week's shipments: j ____------- quality, 150-250. G.50: j .Only Minor Business. roush- and heavies, graded: light, A meeting outhe.City Council was thin nigs, piggy sows not j iield this morning, but matters of export steers, 1400 j slight importance came. and oaly Ooen Clos? to choice fat butcher ha'.E a dozen resolutions were passed. J.liOi 1.302 stsers, 10UO and up, to good fat i 1 10ft uaicttEr steers, 900 aud up. 5 to clioice fat cows and heifers, 1000 and to 5U; good lat butcher COVE 1.21; 1.26 J- 1.25j i.3U i and heifers, 900 and up, 4 to 4 fat to 5; fat to 1.37 1.21) 1.33 snriue calves, I'OO- :30it; 7- ditto, 300-400. dliio, 400- sheep, crs, ditto, 5.25. fat milk Iambs, 6.2.1. No Word of.Recruiting .Major Stewart has had no further news 'with regard to" recruiting for the second contingent. Just as.soon, as the i word comes from CoL Cruikshariks at Calgary, it will.be made public. Gold Fish Fish Globes We have received a big shipment of Gold Fish Fish Globes Fish Food; etc. Fish fi-oiii.. iOc to Globes from-25 to .30c An Interesting ornament for any room in the house. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited THE. BULLETIN BOARD Notices fop, this -Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock- noon on the day' of publication The final Court of Revision on the voters' list will be Held in the coun- cil chambers tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock. .Moose Lodge "meet -tomorrow night in Moose Hull for election'of officers and general business. Carpet ball and refreshments. Moose entertain- ment committee meet at ,7.30 Tuesday evening. CITY AND DISTEICT Next Sunday's Prsacher Rev. D'. E-, Cameron of Cardston i; to be the preacher at Kuox church next Sunday. Mr. Bryan a Candidate 'George J. Bryan, who is largely in-j tereited in Lethbridge property, is an j alilermanfc candidate in Calgary Inquest to' be Hold" An inquest i.nto_the death" of v 'iiam Marshall -has been ordered by j Chief Skekon Coroner Huzuphries {has been asked to MVe cnargp The jury will meet at 2 o dock. 1.211 1.17j 1.13 j COURT RESTRAINS THE RAILWAY. BROTHERHOOD S. A._Officer Here Major Hay, the new division com- j raander of the division of TOR St Louis, Mo.. Nov. rail-; aaiTatimrann is in uie cit> and way brotherhoods verti restrained by speak at a special meetins of the.army the Circuit Court today from calling a strike on the St. Louis, Southwestern (cotton belt) Railway. The injunction was directed against 57 jhs officers of .the.Order of Railway 54 i L'ondnciors: the Brotherhood of JRail- 51 way; Trainmen and: Brotherhood t of Locomotive Firemen and Engineers 70i The court ruled however, thai the in- Peed 1 N. W. C........ 3 C. AY............. CHICAGO 05i- junction was granteu at the request of sis union men who .claimed .that the til" stride order was" issued after some of I the men had voted, in favor of s. strike. that tue.votes be changed. Dec. riay LOCAL MARKETS 1 Nor. 1.03 No. 1 Red 1 03 ;..1.00" No. 2 Red 1 00 id. 3 .Ivof. .U5 NO. 3 Red ro. .90 No. 4 Red !0 2 C. W. 4a LIVE STOCK 6 .cows, 5, eifers, 5J veal, 74. wetheU, 5A dressed 7 to 9. 10, snrmgs, f. GERMANY. MAD; AT .JAPAN i Amsterdam, via'London, Nov. 5. The Berlin Lokal Anzeiger, comment- German "defeat at Tsin'g j "Germans vrill never forget th'e J heroic fighting at luao Chau, and those who defended the colony. Ncv er we forget .the brutal violen; e of-the yellow, robbers, nor England, ho instigated th'cm We knou that copnot sett e our tccoi nt with Ja oan ai present she will en joy lier.-booty. Qur mills grind slowly but even if "ears pass ue fore right moarent comes then a Bhout 01 resound through Ger n anr Woe to you Nmpon HUSTING WISCONSIN SENATOR 3illwaukee. 'TVis.; the complete official returns from 64 counties in Wisconsin and com- plete.'.but returns from all HAY iraothy irnothy-aml alfalfa >Iue-ioiiit VEGETABLES J. C. Potatoes, pjr cwt _ Jgal RETURNED ACCLAMATION v. C. Potatoes, per 90 ID sack 1 Quebec, T CWl..................... I Casgrain the new postmaster jgeneral waa returned bv acclamation ct the Citadsl- tonight. is welcome! -Th'e meeting commences at S p.ai. "Made-jn.England' Clock The- Herald lias -uccn Ju.cnned on authority' that the "nsv.- post of- fice clock, ruiifored on several occa- sions to have been made in Germany, was ordered and. is being by an English firm so that we will have lust .ordinary, lime, instead of Kaisertime.'. "No one the instrument will be acre. Elected State 'Representative AY. F.'Johnston.- brother of Mathe'w P. -States, consul here, was elected state representative in Iowa at the recent gubernatorial el- ections, on a straight Republican tic- ket Mr.-Johnston did hoKraa'ke a speeca or pulLa-'ivire-in support of his own candidacy Wilt Spesk in Ncv; York Premier Sii'ton, who is at jiresent in tlic east, will speak at the Canadian club, banquet, which is to be held in Xcw Yor6 city on November 11 in peac- Rutr Country Hat T'me1- Cbai Go Hunting Medicine. _._. ____ Krauss, A. P. Burns''3.ndf R. :C. Drake will leave shortly for game hunt in the Peace, Rn er 1 ney would like to see the sn_ow fly "'before starting, but'if it does'not-come by the end of. the they will .start anyway. Patriotic Fund at Carrrianga1' A branch of the Canadian Patriotic Fund hs been formed' at- Garmangay, "with these officers: Hon. president, S13 00 the other seven in number 12 00 paui O Husting Democrat leads i Jfmef McNaughton M P P 10 pO ernor F, i, I tt- E- A. 19 States senator bv 137S totes Unions Furnips Beets Carrots 1.85jin'Quebec county and'is Euccessor P. Pelletler in the constituency as well as in the Dom inion cabinet. E. Quayle; seeretarv R A Mowat; treasurer, 'C. 'executive committee, Messrs. E. H. Hack. W. G. Hamilton, A. .Rev. F.- Tay- lor and Rev. R; J. Slerriam, nnd Mes- dames O, L and W B Blach- MATRON ley. .Q'RESS YOUR DRESSER rertuisites, ijhe use of., wliicli stamp you' afi one of "those pre- serving creams that keep -that, rosy tint of health free from toilet waters, the captive odors of selected hlos; every other toilet articles worthy of the patronage of refined women" who judge from .the quality. Complete Toilet Sets, Mani- cure'Sets, Nail Files, Nail Polish, Emery Sticks, Orange Sticks, Buffers, Propsrly shaped Combs, Chamois, Atom; izers. These arc but a few of the many items-carried stock of toilet designed to please. They are at prices that buy- ers. The Poultry Show The Lethbridge Poultry association will hold its a mm a I poultry show from December 1 to. 4. Entries cose on November- 21. Prize list and entry forms can h.'e had from the secretary 512, City. Steamship Arrivals .The ScawJirnvian arriveip Quebec Montreal this morn- ing. ".Western passengers will Lfttfabridge Friday morning, The Priii'Ctpellp arrived Montret Sunday, passengers will ar- rive" Thursday. Mcns Own The solo by Mrs. (Rev.) Green and an address by Rev.-David Ross-helped pass aii.instructive hour at minster church Sunday afternoon. Rev, David Ross, speaking, on his chosen subject, "-A. Place in- the pat some new. ideas of the-'Jves na- tions and-peoples, to the Men's Own. ..To Handle. Appeal A. G. Virtue '.eft this afternoon for Calgary, where he will have charge of, the appeal to the Appellate Division of the- Supreme Court in the case of I the Manufacturers' Life Insurance Co. against Walsh, which was tried before Mr. Justice Beck at the May cittm of the Supreme Court at The Operatic Will hold tlie. First Meeting -of the Season TUESDAY EVENING, NQVEMBERlQth at Eight o'Clock Sharp at St. Augustiii's Hall all wl'o are. interested in. operatic -work a cord- ial imitation is extended to attend. All old mem- bers are expected to be present. and are urged to bring. a friend or. two. ;Jhe Lethibridge Society is contemplating affiliation the Association of" Western Canada 7 .Operatic Societies now being forniad, einbriclng, the "cities ot Saskatoon There the Mocwe Medicine Hr.t, Calgan, Ldmonton and ntit free from ail other rnjifemeDtj and attend the met'Ung of the Lethbridge Amateur Operatic Socfety 'A bright aad prbraisios season is In vletf n Bfii Crowd .'at Band .Concert Last night's band'concert was the best yet, and the Majestic Theatre was packed to the doors A fine pro-jmates of the homo worked heroically gramme of patriotic and save Miss were driven BURNED TO DEATH Alliance, Ohio, Xov. Lil- lian Burdett, matron of the Farm Cot- tage of the Fairmont Children's home here, was burned to death.today Jn.'a fire which destroyed the cottage with loss Twenty .boy in- gi tfons was rendered and there outbursts of applause that the roof. ilr.-.-'CHne is already busy on next Sunday's .Concert programme, and he promises as soon as the music comes. Good order, pre- vailed throughout-; ;the concert- last night, and the aiidience very ap- preciative. cjj Rally, pay at 'Church ot Chnst j, iThcrq'was a Splendid attendance at j the raily day services at the Church of j Christ morning Mis Sni- r der of'iiie chtircli :a helpful talk to the scaobrg under fif- f teen, and Mr C of church gave a very interesting talk1 Our Flag." Prizes were awarded to the youngest and oldest oersoas preset. Mrj. Moen's baby, three weeks J- old won the first an5 Mrs aged 8fi tha latter. Miss Ruth Incian and Margaret' Beach tied- the prixe offered to the iiupll largest number of visitors The ser vice was closed with-the Lord's.Sup- per. Don't buy Every Day "Million Dollar Mystery" ONLY 6 MOPE EPISODCS Watch Them Closely WEDNESDAY STARLANO fa other words, don't buy, candy that is cheap or common. Buy that -which you Know is pure, delicious ami nutritious. We have the purest yf chocolates ei- .OUisitely packed. XYLO CH-OCOLATES Jackson Co. Prcasrfption Drug Lethbrldaei PHONE 1232 Marsh Retires At the evening service at .Triiiitj church, HaTdievUIe, ycsterdav Air liarsb, announced that he had forward, ed to the Home Mission his resignation as a missionary ot the church and as pastor of the congrega- tion. Mr. Marsh will probably remain at Hardievil'ie until November 3u. af- ter which'it-is his intention.to give up the actual work of the ministry Distinguished Visitors Coming Rev. Dr. Heridge of Ottawa, mod- erator of. the Presbyterian General Assembly, and one of the ablest" preachers in Canada, and .Rev S formerly of the-lukon but now superintendent of Home Mi sions of the Presbyterian church are to he in Lethbridge on Friday. They will address a conference of in the afternoon at three.oclock and a public meeting In the evening. Deaths and Funerals The death occurred in the city on Saturday of Mrs. Rose Bobinck. wife (of Wm. Bobinck, at the age of 32 yean JThe funeral ivlll take slace on Tues [day at 11 a.m.. at St. Patrick's church Hev. Father 'Minwegan officiatinj The funeral of Wm. Sydney Stevens who died at Prince Rupert oil Novem- ber 2, at the age of 21 years, will be held on Tuesday at 4.15 from the rience of hiB uncle, J. W. Boulton t'1 6th street south, and proceed to St mi sioner1 A B Ooodwe of tnc h ird of nllnv- tommn'ionerb will caio for the u Uai Ittmss in the est Thur dai The Poard will sit at Win nilipc ember Id and there iftei the ULU ana proceed to at fnn Cyprjan'3 church where Rev. Lanon McMillen will have charge of the ser .......take place in the Try a Sack Tken You 11 Know VCKOPLAiNE BOMB-DROrPEKS AT WOKK The picture met! employed for the dropping ot bomb The imnn ust about tg drop a pear happd bomb uoon life town of Huy Beleium A little umdmill ttppa'atu (seen betneen thp barij at the top of the bomb) muSt a gnen number ot time-i before tile bomb become operative ThoAiu h o[ air "ail e a little spmdli. iujde lasc to de cend before the bomb the air lao.iuiv WILDE'S, FRONT. TO SIT IN WEST London Both .sons of the lato Oscar Wilde are serving-with the British army Tie elder on i with {he Indian Ottaul Ont Noi si taut Commis loner Daicy bcott and Com :Anglican cemetery. Deceased uaa I son of John S. Stevens of 'the Princ Jobbing Company.' Lethbridge Poultry December Entries close Nov. 21. For ppre list and entry forms P. Kins 'Box 512, City. I St. .Mary's Men's Society '.frill hold la drive in Parish Hall, Tuec I day, Nov. Kith at 3 o'clock sharp Six good, prizes will given; also' two season pnzfi, v ill be given at the end of the seaEon REMEMBER, you need Storm Sash. Storm Doors and Stove Wood for kindling fires and large blocks for your firo place. Phone HS2 and uc will deliver. Citizens' Lumber Co. Ltd. 134 IGth 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, ,0th St., the beginning of next week. Those 7 tailing id rnakt. appointments .may doiBd today. Wei fiveil Prince Mbcft IS Jjd.uonton Nov "0 Prlnci- Gcoi ,e, 21 til 26 Vancoiuer Victoria Bee 2 Medicine Hat Oec. I Moo e Jav Use iO I csir" IJcc. II and OSc II i while cr one is acting an Million Dollar Myttery'' ONLY 6 MOKE EPISODES Watch Them' Cfotely: i 'STARLAND J Imperikl Bank of Canada Capital Paid "tip Total 000 Head D. Ri WILKIE, President, Hen. ROBERT t SAVINGS BANK rjendill'b' upwards received and interest.allo'ived.from v'-'1' date of deposit.' ;