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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor �1.S5 a Day Hotel In AlbarUi The Dallas Hotel High CI�M RoQtna SOc, 76c and 91.00 Tht Beit Meala in the City 1 WOTMORMAK y&vir^ i^wr ^yi^H^ Another Lot of Canadian Apples THIS TIME ONTARIO. SPIES, SNOWS AND WAGNERS. FINEST QUALITY, PRICES AS FOLLOWS: NO. �! SPIES-Ban-els, each ..............$5.25 NO. 1 SPIES-Cases, each .................�1,85 NO. 2 SPIES-Barrels, each ..............$V75 NO. 1 SNOWS, eaaes, each ................$1.85 NO. 1 RUSSETS, cases, each ..............$1.75 NO. 1 WAGNERS, casea, each ............$1.75 FINEST COOKING APPLES, LARGE BOXES, GROSS WEIGHT OVER 50 Tba. RUSSETS, SALOME AND BELLE DE BOSKOOP. PRICE PER BOX ............................... Office: , THE GOOD CO- fj- $1.25 Phone1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 weatiiek Min. 32 ! The Time of The Year has come when you spend a sood deal of' your time Indoora, and you feel more comfortable :/ you have that rocm nicely Papered or Kalcomined, and be sure to have the glass fixed in the Storm Sashes. For prices see Wellington Bros. THE DECORATORS. At the Sherlocling and t^uecn from the start to . icy of wanton and defiant aggression ening the Un'ver=itv Extension lec- CITY AND DISTRICT Board of Trade Mseting General meeting of the Board of Trade on Thursday, November 12, at 8 n.m., in the Board, of Trade rooms. There will be no luncheon Thursday. Mounties Practise at Targets Rifle ranges have been constructed bv the R.N.W.M.P. on the Lethbridge RUIe club's range, and the mounties will be given target practise with the rifle regularly from now ou. Burnt Leather We have received our Xmas shipment of thi\-e I'oinilar good? and We ure ver;. ir.ucli ptcnsod with the quality of the leather, beautiful designs and the extremely low prices which are from 15 to 2oTt; lower than ever before. For Xmas Gifts the Burnt l^voatlier is very ;u\'cpt.Tble and it is easily and safely mailed. CUSHION TOPS TIE HOLDERS PIPE HOLDERS � " BANNERS SQUAW BAGS HAND BAGS SNAP SHOT ALBUMS POST CARD ALBUMS PHOTO HOLDERS TOBACCO POUCHES, ETC. Make your selection while our stock is complete. The Red Cross Drug & Book Co., Limited Phone 555 Third Ave. THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication The Sons of England W.R. meeting takes place tonighr at S o'clock. Infantry drill will be held at the Barracks grounds this evening. UNORTHODOX the finish of their drive. Their Majesties rode in a less con and a state of war no.v exists oetwecn : turo to have been given bv Prof. Kerr us. My- MuEselman subjects know well on Friday evening on the subject. spicuous stale levee carriage drawn I that our ruptare with Turkey has j "xhe WaV Spirit "in FuKland"'has by six black hc-rses instead of the i forced upon me against ray will  . gold and glass chariot heretofore ^^nd I recognize v,-lth appreciation and used. gratitude the proofs which they have The scene within the House oi hastened to give of their loyalty, de-�Lcfds was hardlv so picturesque ; support, �usual. The court'is in mourning for! "^'5' navy and array continue Prince Maurice of Battenburg and t'lrouehout the area of conilict to ' stimulants. On the contrary, r.re detrimental in all casca of nerve exhaustion, aggravating the � troulble rather than promoting a cure. Wisdoiii demands a rem.edy that will restore .the nerves to healtii-a reraeiiy that contains the ingredients essential In building up tjie. slarvtd nerve cells, in enriching the blood and, thereby, in repairing the rundown system''and giving it health and sUrength. Such a remedy we belie've Re-xall Xerve Tablet.s to be, and we guarantee them to satisfy yon in each and every one of these'respects-or your money back. 50.tents and $1.00 Sold in iliis community only at our store. J.D. Kiginbotiiam & Co. ltd. The 3feS9{6 "^tore TELEPHONE NO. 322 Winnipeg, :Man., Ncv. 11.-Char,c;cs oi unorthodox teachings v,-crc laid against Manitoba College, the Presbyterian institution of the west in liic session of the Synod of ManiU>hii today by the Ucv. A. U. Reid of ' Port Arthur. Mr. licid intimati^d that the professors of the College were not teachin^g the students in the manner they should. He based his charges on .statements niace to him by graduates of the institution. According to these, Mr. Reid stated, the very foundations of the Fres-by terian religion was being k]iockecity were being done away with. He had met | graduates Who "considered that Christ, ] like themselves was but a minister; only far higher than they. This was i being done by the professors. .Mr. ' Heid specifically cxoncxated' Dr. A. B. Baird, principal, from his charges. Dr. Baird is professor u Church His- | tory and Lecturer in History. Other; professors, on theological subjects arc i Rev, F. G. Perry, Professor.of Old Testament lartguago and literature, antl Dr. .T. Dick Fleming, Frc�:essor of systematic theology. J. \Vriglit, western traveller for Ly-mans, X\ AR SITUATION IN WEHT FRANCE SIEGE of PRZEMSYL London, Nov. 10.-A Central News dispatch from Vienna says that pre- cause the Commissioner attributed their downfall, and his opinions regarding this habit were expressed in terms of strong condemnation. 'gravelincs?*- ^AZEBROUCK* "'aire./' �iV lULERS"' BCTK'JME.* - ARRAS Funeral of William Marshall The remains of John William- Marshall, th3 14-year-old boy who succumbed on Sunday to injuries received while at play on Saturday afternoon, were laid to rest yesterday, under the most touching and improsKive auspices. The residence was crowded to the doors with friends of the deceased, and the ga'.hering was characterized bv the largo attendance of children. The Cadets, of which Wi-;-liam was drum major, took part in the service, and the following, some of his dearest friends, acted as pallbearers: '-�o-'pric'.- Macbeth. George Keinm, James Kingston, Ernie Freeman, Coo. Scott and Ralph ^Vaddington. T'le Cadets accompanied the body to tiie cpemetery. and tlie scenes enacted there were particularly touching, Rpv. Bryan conducted the service. | He based his remarks on the story of | Jairus' (laughter, cmpliasizing the j words found iu the Sth chapter of St. i Luke, ."JOth verso, "Fear not, only believe." The sto;-y disclosed three truths, said the speaker, namely the pity, power and purpose of Jesus. He ajipliej the words to the little .ad v.'ho had gone, and wl-.ose life was characterized by faith and gui!elcs.s-.^ess. Tiic floral tributes v/ere many a.-id beautiful. li' si:ss:ss locals Lethbridge Poultry Show, December 1-4. Entries close -Nov. 21. For prize list and entry forms write P. King, Box 512. City. 270-6 RKMRMHKR. you need Storm Sash, Ptomi Doors and Stove Wood for kindling fires and large blocks for your fire place. I^hone :{62 and wo will deliver. Citizens' Lumber Co. Ltd, 124 16th St. .\. 264-0 SALOONS ON THE MOVE ^ Do:)glas, Ari:^., Nov. 10.-On advice The map shows the wedges driven by the Allies into the German line 1 v^^,.''"''''';:'- li