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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 12, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor tluV Day In .AlbtrU LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD The Dallas Hotel High CliM RoOmt 1 500, 75c The Beit In the City I Put in a Winter's Supply of Good Apples Now A 5-box assorted lot for get ontt box of Spit's, one of SpitzciibersW of some other good keeping one good for present use. and one''good Cookliig Apple. Wa'hava just unloaded n car of cxtm fine Canadian grown Apples and'for a short time will malic 'you the ilbove offer. A FEW OTHER SPECIALS THIS FRESH Meats- Quarts 1.......'. FRESH and tender- Pen pounds for SWEET. pounds for "250 extra .fine lot of Sunkist Brand just values......30c, 40c and 50o FLORIDA GRAPE and NEW dozen GOOD STORAGE dozen ........35c CREAMERY 3 pounds .for ALBERTA Per cwt........'...-............. EASTERN and Finett quality, per 90: pound sack n Phone 1271 THE GOOD HIGH.CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 CITY AND DISTKICT The Time of The Year has come when you spend 3 deal of your time- Indoors, and you feel more comfortable If room nicely Papered or Kalsomined, and be tc have the fixed. In Storm Wellington Bros. THE DECORATORS. At the Sherlock Block. Phone 1752. MARKETS THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES t ______ NOT. 12. Opening anil dosing prices ou the grain exchanges today were Open Close 1 18f 1 IS Dec 1 17i llai 1 23J Kov Dec ALLIES fXPECT TO RETAKE E Masonic Dance Tomorrow Lethbridge No. 39, A.F. A.M., are holding another of their popular dances tomorrow night in the Sons of England hail, ai S.30. Bank Clearings The bank clearings this "week am- ounted to as against fqr the corresponding iveek last year. The discrepancy is accounted for chiefly to the small movement of grain, as com- pared with this time last year. Violin Recital At the violin recital to be held in Knox church next Tuesday, Novem- ber IT, by the-talented local violin- ist, Sam Sadowski, under the auspices of the Knox church choir, Mrs, W. J. Nelson will officiate" at'the piano, as accompanist Hear Dr. .Hernoo-3 "The Church's Duty in the Present Crisis" will -be a public meeting in Knox Presbyterian church tomorrow (Friday) overling at S o'clock. Addresses VIII'be given Rev. W. T. Ottawa Moderator of the General Assembly, and Rev. Grant, superintendent' of Home Missions. These are two of the leading men of the Presbyterian church'of Canada, and their the above sub iect 'will be well worth hearing; 55i 55 J, CASH PRICES Wheat- No 1 Nor No 2 Nor 3 Nor flats- No 2 C W. Mock'Trial The first social evening of'the Wes ley league for the season will be giv- en next Monday night v-hen an im portant ,be a missionary mock trial which will be put on bj visitors. Coaldale, who gave it- there- so! successfully, receiiiiy. ________ I There will also be vocal and. instru- mental music gnessiag competitions London, Russian sue- and refreshments lonng people are cess in -t-iie cast which tor' a time ivas requested to Iveeo Monday evening a predominant' feature oi the war open lor thi occasion and he present news .must'again divide space with 'sharp at 8 ociock the accounts oi rekindled activity oil cht part of the CJeraiahs in West Flanders whsre the forces of Emperor William had disproved the contention Burnt Leather Goods We have, our Xmas shipment of these popular goods and we are very much pleased with the quality of the leather, beautiful designs and the ex- tremely low prices which are from 15 to 25% lower than ever before. For Xmas Gifts the Burnt Leather is very acceptable and. it is "easily and" safely mailed. CUSHION TOPS TIE HOLDERS. PIPE HOLDER'S 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 Drag Book Co., Limited ine'v555 'E Third Avp. THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach, this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Charity' Lodge A. F. and A. II. will not meel tonight owing to the hall having been previously engaged. The .C.O.F. is holding their hard times dance in the K.P. hall tonight. Nothing has been left undoae to niako the function a success." of the allies that their attempt LOCAL MARKETS l markets took a drop today in Milk Men Affiliate: Milk men in the citv have ized themseh ea into the Lethbrldge Milk Retailers after iorce their way, to'Dunkirk or Ca- November 1" patrons of the com lais had finally lailed panies inv he compelled to ftith Dismude in tneir posssssion cash for tnelr tne imaders were toiiaj less than 'Tlle following dealers viero repre fifty milts irom Calau and much sented at a recent meeting The nearer Dunkirk, and the they Western Dairr Enn-ht Sons (Sun have been putting- up in the lace of ns'sidf! Dalrv) Cox t Sons the Hj tremendous looses seems lo bear out Northland Dam .vhat tod ako necn said, that thev Foi.-aier (the Thos Chamoers the Watt1 No 3 ,Nor 33 No. 4 Nor S6 r 2 C W, '_ LIVE STOCK Steers 6 cows, 5 leifers, 5} veal, 7} Ewes, 5 wetters 5J Hogs-5 dressed 7 to 9 Fowls, 10, springs, HAY ftimothy and aliaiia Blue-ioint VEGETABLES B. C. Potatoes, ptr cwt. B Potatoes, per 10 B Local, per cst Cabbage Onions Tuimps Beets Carrots 111PI Red User, A1U., Nov four 513 90 cnildren get their money the 12 00 tio.OOO realized from the second sale 1050 13 00 1.85 1.75 of their father's farm, the {inn of Michener Cirrallon SL Co confess to committing a technical fsult in mak- ing a. first sale from tne Lam pi child- ren to a clerk in its office at J15 an '3 acre, and later selling it for between J W 1100 and J125 per acre Edward !i Michener, MPP, leader of the Con- 1 SD servatiye forces in the provincial H house was absolved from all know- 03 ledge of the transaction conducted by 02 his firm cheaper rate not bottled Cream will be sold for at) cents a quart for one quart and under Weymouth Tia London Nov 12 Rear-Admiral POT roubridge oud in command "of the British-Medi- terranean fleet was todav acquitted Tjy court martial ot rt-glet-t in con necticn with the escape oi the-form 'tl -German cruisers Gocben and Bres- lau. Kear Aiifhir'al Sir Archibald Berkley Miloe formerly m command :6i the Meditefrapeau fleet was previ ously exoneratcu1 similar cliarg THE GERMAN NOETH SEA RAID IN AS" CARD OF THANKS Mr. and Mrs. John -S. Stevens de- sire to thank their many friends 'for Qucrcc, Nol 13-Walter G Mitch 'ho sympathy and help extended to, cllf.tarrlstt. of Montreal, and son 01 "lcm in thmr 3ad 282-1. PROVINCIAL TREASURER Don'l Use Stimulants Overworked, tired-out, nery- are earnestly advised .Nene People whose nervous 'tissues are being too rapjdly destroyed- bj- disease tir can fiuu no in the use iEiStimuiaiiLS.> contrary, ;Ul cases -of mervtrrrerhanBtion, ag-- gravating trouble rather than Wisdom demands a remedy that will restore.- .the nerves to a remedy .that contains the essential in buUding up -the-' starved nerve cells, in enriching .the blood and, thereby, in repairing.. the run- down system and giving it health arid strength. Such a remedy we believe Kexall Nerf e Tabletg to oe, and we .guarantee them to satisfy you in'each and every one of these respects or your money foack. 50 cents ahc! Sold, in this community only at our store. The 3Z2 lENEMY tOSES THREE LONDON, NOV. REPORT WAS CURRENT IN THE LOBBIES .OF THE HOUSE OF COM- TriREE GERMAN CRUISERS HAD BEEN SUNK IN THE PACIFIC AT A- 'PLACE NOT SPECJFIED. NO CONFIRMATION OF THIS RUMOR IS OBTAINABLE. TlufWoinan's Auxiliary OF ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH WILL HOLD AN Annual Bazaar And Sale oi' Fancy Work and Home Cooking FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, FROM 3 TO 6 AFTERNOON TEA SERVED RINK FOR SPOKANE Wash.. Nov. SKATING Spokane, ____ hockey is-again likely to be a popu- lar Spokane" winter sport. Hockey en- thusiasts are eagerly looking forward to the opening of the new rink in the yalley stadium. About p.ti -years' ago there was an Indoor rink on street that proved ira- but the rink was 1'orced' to" close after a dispute with labor unions that ended in a boy- cott AUSTRALIAN SOLDIERS SAIL San Francisco, Nov. 12. Pasfiengers who arrived here today on. the liner Ventura wiiich left Sydney October 24, reported: that a days he- sailing Australian .troops ;were embarked in 23 transports convoyed four-' teen cruisers and sailed under night for a destina- tioh said to be Egypt. Moose Jaw, Sask, commission form iu this citj is no more, although by by- lau it IB retained as a chic principle. Last, night's meeting..oE the council, when, about to the form of government bv a majpiity which was qbviousTbefore' the "vote was "taken, was with tho'fact that a motion'to'-do so could'hot jj.urogE.te a bj law A motion wab accordingly in- troduced to give the commissioners three months' notice of retirement" according to their contracts and this carried. The men affected are the mayor, ex-officih. Finance .Commissioner, Heal and Engineer 'Commissioner MacKie, i drawing In the aggregate of New York, N.Y., Nov. is no doubt in the minds of Canadians oE the .result of the war, but should, the British Empire fall, Jt.would not affect any of us in Canada; for in, that-eveut "we should all be dead, .and should know nothing about .said Arthur L. Sifton, prime minister of. Alberta, who was the guest of honor at a dinner of the Canadian club here tonight. "There is no sentiment of doubt that we must give every .possible aid to carry it out to a .successful con- he "It may be a matter of months; be a mat- :er of years, but when the ivar la over Canada' will be the gainer." GERMAN NAVAL DISASTER Toronto, Ont, November 1.ifli. 1814, to ilr. and-Mrs. A. Byarff. Smith, a son. Nov. .11, at Diamond, City, Mabel Ella Gouin, beloved wife of T. N. Christie.. J.P.. aged. tennent at. .Saturday t at 8 o'clock. (Calgary and Ottawa) papers please copy.) 281 Wherft the Yorck sunk at the mouth of the Ems 1 HERALD JOB DEPT. Senator jVifhei! fiaa been appointed i pr-T. incial treasurer to replace the late Hen. "Vlr ilitchoJl will run iff Richmond Coun- tv. ncniinat ons on the 21si nrnl' voting on the 23th instant 3Iit chell was fn this motnm? a short mtttmg qf COMMITTED FOR TRIAL Winni! Nov. a fort- night after- John J. McColm .was' murdered Harry liason and Beggs were comrajttsd to'.stand, trial for the crime The murder occurred on the night, of October '28, and the prisoners u ere met arrested as kafoon A iCroni German muds tn Oriti-h mine lajing u and LowMtort pttisSi appear on the map i lAuMron (ltd br Britiih ,t mine dropped IM flteins cnilsen destroyed a BritlJli.iubiMrliic r 3HOHTOGRAPHS We are i e to Barae Drevfusf te is going to 'ell of the Pitts- burg players to each of other Na- tional leigue teairs then none of them ever will rin a Ran c he II114 Entries close Xo> 21 Tor set a new club jnd the i cnnant hist and fornls nrile P King ,1 I not 112, City l tic iliir-i ,vm i IIBJIBJIBER, Storm Sash li1 lnli clul1 n tbrtiSlorm IJoon and Stove Wood fdr i ii n tc" o) tlre i kindlliiK flrss antl large blocks for iJrr ma'16 "n rPhone '62 and we 10 cr tncj leireniber only the i will delive. Lumber Co Ltd 4 is! ictu a BUSINESS LOCALS Lethbrjdge Poultry Show, December NOTICE G. 0. F. Dance 'You arc cordially invited to a Hard Time Dance, held in the K. oi P. Hall TONIGHT No invitations have beeo issued, but the strong bouncers will eject .any undesirables Good: Prizes- for the poorest dressed couple. Tire host 3-plcco Orchestra in the city lias been engaged. n p.m. Supper at 12 Dancing ..till a.m. TICKETS Ladies. SOc. Qentleinca Half a Duiiar I ilOlfR CHRISTMAS GREETING CARDS Have a charm and daintiness you -------------will admire------------- Ihese and jlwhich give to our Greeting Cards the individ- uality and wejconieucss you mobt desire! JjjAt the piesenl time our selection is practically and a most pleasing one from which to make your choice, whether you have in nund a card which is prettily embossed, printed in colors, or plain, with the exception ol a raised initial or monogram. avoid all possibility of disappointment, as J well as the rush ol later Christmas gift buy- ing, we suggest choose now the card which you 'wish lo carry v.our Christmas message ot good- will and cheer. Imperial Bank of Canada Capital Paid %p ITuiid Total Assets Over............, Head O: R, WILKlE, President Hon ROBERT JAFFBAV, SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of 00 and upwards received and Interest allowed from dale of deposit. LETHBRIOGE w. R. SEATLE; ;