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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PRINTING tt THE HERALD JOB DEP.RTMENT. Hotel Windsor. Best a day hotel in Siberia DAILY HERALD When Through Flirting You Will Settle Down With The Taylor Maid We Are UnloacTng a Car of Extra Fine B. C. Apples THE GOOD CO. Store: Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 Lethbridge Laundry Co. Limited Don't forget onr Rough ork Shirts, Underwear, .Socks, etc., Trashed and dried. AU Flat Work finished ready to be used. One dozen Handkerchiefs allowed with each Bough Dry Parcel at the pound cents. All over one dozen in one parcel will be charged for at 2 cents each. All Ladies' and Children's Clothes washed and dried, and all pieces requiring starch, are -starched ready to Y- ;The whole process is one of the most mod- ern and sanitary kind. You cannot afford to miss-this opportun- ity to o-et wash day out of the house. You .can save coal, save soap., saye starch and best, of all, save'Drudgery.-. GIVE US A TRIAL Phone 451. 0. S. Farrow, Manager. Fernie, Nov. to the Seven miners, who had signed up to go to England to work in the mines, when the commission was here looking for recruits, left by last night's train for England. Mr. Olapham and six others were at the station, the Salvation Army peo- ple turning out in force to bid .fare- well to Hi. Clapham, an old resident and member of the Army here, iwo others, Kav and Tinkle had gone sev- eral davs ago. A total of only ten responded to the call for miners m England irom hers. Work at the mines is constantly on the increase and double shifts are now at wort. tafes away the desire to return to the old country for work, which was strong, early in the year. While municipal elections are still riimmering in the distant mists ot next year, there are looming out of the foe the names of several aspir- ants for the-honor of being mayor for 191C vet, Mayor Uphill has kept a sphvnx-l'ile silence as to whether he will le in the running for a second term, though it is generally conceded Ithat he has made a -most acceptable name Trites, a lead- ing merchant, used by some of his iriinds, but nothing has been 'heard from that gentleman as to his willingness to add the burdens 01 the town upon his already weighted shoulders. Tl-e. bustling activity in a.l things municipal which has so distinguished the official career of Alderman Jack- son has caused a rumor to-was her gossiping tongue about .his name as i possible candidate .for the. higl est-. honors, and the name of J. Mor- rison, defeated candidate in the last election, is airaiiuieing whispered for the race neit time. The oldest but most active member of the aldermanic board, Mr. Robi- chaud, would male a most active mayor and it would not he thought so strange if that gentleman should he brought out into the race as a dark horse and put a shadow upon the chances of some of the other as- pirants stranger things navi hap- pened. STERNO CANNED HEAT A safe, convenient heater; w'11 be found useful in the Nursery, Sick Room or any place where a quick heat is needed. Sterno Stove and Canned Heat, complete, small size Large Canned Hot, small can ...20c A very useful gift for Sold- iers at the front The Red Cross Brig Bcok Co., Limited CITY AND DISTRICT Moose Meeting Loyal Order of Moose meet tonight at 8 p.m. in Moose Hall, Second av- enue South. Installation of officers. All members requested to be present. Government Appointments W. J. Nelson, this city, has been ap- pointed a justice of the peace. R. N. McNabb has been appointed a stock inspector at Coutts. Passenger Agent A. D. Wick of Spokane, city passen- ger agent of the Southern Pacific, is on a visit to the city on business for his railway company. He is a guest at the Lethbridge. Once a Lethbridge Resident Arthur G. Kittson, a former mem- ber of the old Lethbridse News staff, enlisted with the Montreal artillery at the beginning the war. .He was promoted to non-commissioued rank, and has now been made a lieutenant FURNITURE WANTED WE ARE IN THE MARKET FOR FURNITURE, SMALL AND LARGE US BEFORE SEULINO CFTY SECOND HAND STOKE 406 Fifth Street South MARKETS Personal Greeting Cards Don't wait until the last. minute. to make yogi, choice of Greet- ing Cards for the ap- protTchiiig season. We have a wide range to se- lect from. For those who so desire we will send the sample books for more .deliberate inspection. The Store SPECIAL NOTICE To The Members of 39th Battery On and .stter October 25th, every member of. the above battery will be welcome at my studio, to sit. for -a high class portrait, any style. ABSOLUTELY FREE Don't fail to take advantage ot this offer. A. EVLYN SMITH HIGH .CLASS PORTRAITURE Studio 906 Third Avenue S. Next, to Baptist Church NO PLEBISCITE IN B.C. Will .Visit Here Mr. A. Bumacombe, grand patriarch of the Grand Encampment of Alberta, M3O.F., will visit Lethhridge En- icampment No. 7, on Thursday even- iufi, November 11. All members re- I quested to be present. Visiting breth- iren cordially welcome. The Royal Purple degree will be conferred. Spokane Barrister Here C. A: Gram, barrister of Spokane, formerly interested in farm lauds in the Lethbridge district, was a visitor ;to the city last week. He is very 'much taken.with the huge crops here, 'and while not at present extensively may again become so. He was a guest at the Alexandra. Pentecostal Convention it the Baptist church on Fifth av- enue North, special-meetings are in progress each afternoon and evening, atiwhich..tlie sick are being healed ta answer to the "prayer ot faith, and great religious fervor ia being mani- fested. Come and hear the pure, sim- ple Gospel. Everybody Is welcome. Evangelist W. E. Moody of Winnipeg Is in charge. v Snow Fails The first real snow of the winter had rue viabU ss ocra jlhe past-two days, being particularls had becn re. heavy where comniunica-, B concurrence of tion has been interfered with. Threjh ing-operations in this district, it is e.v oected will be considerably delayed by the snow, unless warm weather follows, and the grain dries out ran- itfly.. We Should Like to Talk Furnace toToii George K. Dixou Sheet Roofing, Gas Lighting, Cornice and Sky' Light .PHONE 1057. Furnace Work P. O. BOX. 534 Rear of Stafford Rlock Alberta Small Cabinet of Three to Run War London, Koi Marquis of Lansdowne in the house of lords to- that smal, raDlnet s -mU Asquith, Vrthur J Bal- fitst lord of the admiralty, and George, minister of mu- been arranged, and its would be made kmnvn most immediately. The government, the Marquis of Lansdoivne continued, Pasteurized'and Carefully Handled The Crystal Dairy Co, PHONE 1576. Two new pulilio libraries have been opened in Toronto. Np WINNIPEG MARKETS Owing to the wires east being down, it ImpioMihle- to get the usual Win- nipeg, Minneapolis and Chicago grain market figures today. LOCAL MARKETS A Stolen Coat Alex Hutchinson left a valuable OT. creoat ha ercoat hanging in one.of.the 'local hq: Vancouver Nov. tels day last week, and when, he Premier JIcBride sent letter -M returned lor it, the coat was gone, today to prohibition headouart- Later he saw another man, John Mai- tn A 'n-.nl, tlrnlllimT flhAIlt With What OB D6- Must Pay Up The Aquatic, club owes ?30 to the city for rental, and have owed it for some time, without any indication that it IB going, to' be .paid ;in the. near future. Yesterday morning the com- missioners ordered the account tam- ed over to the City Solicitor for col- lection. inspects Experimental Farm- J. H. Grisdale, director of Dominion Experimental farms, was a visitor to the city- .yesterday, spending most of the day inspecting the Experimental farm, here, in company with the local superintendent, W. H. Fairfleld. Mr. Orisdale left this afternoon for Cal- gary.. LOCAL GRAIN Wagon prices: Wheat Oats Barley v- Fiai Track prices: Wheat Oats... PRICES ers in this city declining .to. grant the demanrs of the prohi- bition people for a plebiscite, or to submit prohibition legis- lation based exactly on the Al- berta Act. ones', walking about -with what he be- lieved was a verr good_ imitation of the coat The coat proved to be ins. Maloney was arrested, charged with 81 3D 13 145 't having stolen goods in his possession j and was remanded for trial today until- ____ Coal City Generous Inspect Local Battery The Coal City branch of the'Can- I Captain J S Wright, dental in- adlan Patriotic Fund has been organ- specter for the overseas forces in Al- ized. The following officers were el- 'berta and Sergeant Wright, are in Jected: President, R, J. Lee; vice-pre- the citv today, inspecting the mem- sident, T. Burse; treasurer, E. Till- jbers 39th Battery. liams; secretary, Hughes; com Neat Do You Drink? There is the highest art in blending; in grow- ing in brewing even in packing.it. BLUEWBBON Note the new doubly-protective packet .of Become acquainted with the Tea tliat' represents iho real Art of Tea-production. It will then become a per- iMJient in your home, Seieatifictlly blended and packed in the best form of wrapper money can produce, BLUB lUBBOiN ibA it tea should be. Tike