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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta I1 PUKE l H _ TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor thQr Motel'ln Alberta ;Y HERALD Trie-Dallas Hotel High Clan Robmi 50c, 75c and The the City Put in a Winter's Supply of Good Apples Now A 5-box assorted lot for A FEW OTHER SPECIALS THIS WEEKEND: FRESH Meets- Quarts r-.- ...............90c Psnts FRESH :and Per pound iQc pounds for .............25c pounds for.....25c extra fine lot cf Sunkist Brand just values......30c, and 50c FLORIDA GRAPE and NEW LAID dozen "___45o --GOOD EGGS-r-Per dozeri ,35c CREAMERY 3 for ALBERTA Per cwt. EASTERN and mealy- Finest quality, per SGjjound sack Office: Phonel271 THE GOOD HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 WEATHER j Lethbridge, j Edmonton, -clcuSy .Medicine.Hat, fair Prince Albert, fair 36 40 2S. iRegma cloudy j Moose Jaw, clear.. IWinhipeg, -cloudy-.. -32 Aim S3.- -JSf1 S 22 .64 2G .02 "10 2 00 25 19 .24 .06 The Time of The Year has come when you spend a good deal of your time and you feel more comfortable if you have that room Tilcely Papered or JCatsomined. and be surs. to have the giass fixed Jn the Storm Sashes. For pnces see Wellington Bros. THE DECORATORS. At" the Sherlock Block; Phone 1752. The weather" throughout the f has :'been with light -general, snow: falls. Forecast AH -a.farriy heavy snowfall In' CITY AKD DISTRICT Lost "and Found A bag of oranges and a pair of gloves have been found on one of the i White line cars. The oirner may haie the same by ealTag at the car barns. 1. C.TEEPIE .DOMINION ;BLOCK Phone 515 B. C Apples, a. good assortment. Per-box: Cf I I W MARKETS Kienzc- on Sale Klenzq, the new cleanser made byj the Klenzo ilanufacturing' Co of this i city, is now on sale-at the leading grocery omg "ami hardware stores. The company is receiving- many com- pliments from." housekeepers who, have used Klenzo. 35c Celery- Just in; 3 pounds 25c Brookfield -freSh Very Thursday, t Per box Indian Days ilrs. First Charter, a Blood Indian. as yesterday sent up to the 3Iac- leod barracks for 30 days for the'theft PRICES cans of salmon.ircm-the rear of Winnipeg, Nov. IS.-Qpening and Ae Good St5re closing prices on she gram m by Aleck I Open 1 1-18 I 'n r-7i' Programme a Success _ i._ec. Army .-wishes to f thank those who assisted to make the -L---OS programme of war pictures at the -Citadel Wednesday night a success.! especially Commissioner Reid for tne and A. E. Smith series of really fine- slides. A nice crowd enjoyed the programme, and a tidy sum was realized for relief. Saturday Monday SPECIAL TOOTITBRUSH FgEE WITH A .TUBE OF Hygeinic Tooth Paste 25c This is -a -special offer to in- duce try Tthis new Tooth', Paste It is one of our special preparations -we are. con- fident it will greatly- please you Hygeinic ' .a scientific preparation, from an excellent' formula of GUARANTEE Your money refunded if not" ;satrsfied. Phone''TOUT, order if you can; not ,calL The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Phone-555 Third Ave. BMBHBlJ THE BULLETIN BOARD for th's Column should reach Office before 12 o'clock noon online day of publication There -will -be no infantry drill to- night; owing-to-the snow. CITY -AND DISTRICT -Meeting; Musicians local 497 will meet in the {labor Temple Sunday at 3 pan. Spe- .cial business. Turkey in the War Nest Sunday evening "Mohamme- danism versus Christianity." or the- signlficance of Turkey's entrance into the-war, will b e Rev. .Mr. Cobbledick's subject in Weslej church. The morn- Ing theme will be "Secufit> Amid Dangers Appropnate music will be given, by a full cboir-at both services, so'io by Mrs. Johnson in the 'tOareWectl I at Cardston :J. Y-: Card of Cards ton "was in the cipy'yesterday on business. is -ie.; was asked. "Business as was Mr. Card's optimistic reply. Cardston is doing business and saying nothing, just as usual Mr Car-d .informed the: Herald tb at -the. "Cardstci'n-'vOir Gas .Go. has.: had. an offer to" consolidate with -cern to drill a weil in the Cardston districts 'solid' 3 for 40c tins for............ 25c and- Beans 25c size as 10c 35c :Per 35c 50c SherriiTs Imnerial. Scotch iMar- TL. Bfisto, Gravey Maker Oats o pound -.package 30c r Oats pound package 30C .Corn 5 'or 25c .Dairy Butter' Per- .-pound 25c CASH PRICES :Xo 1 Xor. 2 2 C. W.......... nan- No I C. MINNEAPOLIS Dec.......... 1.15 1.10 Dec. May____; K. C.'s to Pay Insurance At the quarterly, '-'meeting. ;pf. the 5jji_ hoard of" directors -of ' Knights ot Columbus held "'in New "Fork'recently, 9rT it was decided, to all members of. the. order: who iose [their lives in None j. f'ffji'of the fraternal: or'old-line': insurance j policies covers the loss of-life in war_[ and the Knights' :of.Columbus-is the j first order'in America to such j a liberal ruling: Potatoes, fine quality, nice "and dry 4 C fl Per. Christies'. Reception per ..tin 25c fs Naptha Soap, regular 3 Special MM 5 for ...............COC Brookes' Soap, Monkey 6- for 25c Malta- Vita- Special per package 10c Puro Flour Per package 15c 'Buckwheat. Floor-; Per package 15c .Syrup, Maple mixture, quart tins, reg 35e for 25c Gallon Tins for----- 5Cc ;oCoffee, ground 5c> 45c and OvC Horse -Hiief Wlio Gave Ashe Hard Ride Into Mon- tana Admits Guilt 'Medicine. -Alta., Nov. Eessler, came here" from 13 The G.P.-R. steamer -jissanabie is reported, and'. expected to' dock at Quebec at 2 p.m.. Saturday.- Western passengers 'should Lethbridge Thursday morning. v- The C.P.R.. docked at Liverpool .8 last night.; .The steamer has been chartered -by the Imperial government, and rwill not be in. passenger service ".till further ad- vised." The Allan liner Grampian is report- ed off Cape Race: expected; to arrive Quebec 8'' p.m.-' .-Saturday, ;M6ntreal Sund'ay evening., Ws'stern passengers should reach' Lethbridge Friday morn- ing. cheque, and using the proceeds, be- i longing to John W The old heart is weak, and the light back; to: spend: six -months: at the pro- J senlence was due to the state of his vmcial-gaol, by: order Justice Ives, Kessler -pleaded guilty 'to .a charge of issuing: ;a cheque for purchase.of the Golden.-West-Hotel-at Irvine. He said-he had been dianking. Trautmah: Guilty i Sergt Ashe such' a" hard chase. into IVTon- taaa, changed his -plea in court to- acd admitted stealing two horses, saddles, -schapps, bridle, "blankets, etc.. from a couple of ranchers. Sen- Stence was deferred. Koenig Fined John Koenig, merchant at .Irvine, .convicted of' fraudulently, convert- ing to his_bwn use ?107.50. belonging Fileski, homesteader, Mose Logical Dyspepsia Treatments the discomfort and avoid the .-a> oftetf to, by using Rexall Clierry Bark Cougii Syrup "We sell more of; it than of all .other cough syrups.Combined. _ It is extremely i pleasant, "taste.. Each 'bottle contains than most cough remedies sold: at-the same price. yve guarantee rit; to relieve. 3'our cough, or money-back, "All these are facts-thatsho'uld decide you to give., it a trial. 'Sold only by nigloliotlieff S Co. Iti Store i SS FILMER has opened her Winter room oC NEEDLEWORK AT 1110 3rd AVENUE-SOUTH A visit, of inspection .-will be, appreciated: IMPORTANCE.. ACIDITY XMD FOOD: PER- Telegraph Office Hours MENTATION' The C.P.R. telegraph office advises .During years that its Sunday hours "The England" 'Prof W R. Kerr, iLA.. Ph.D, v deliver first "lecture of the .s'e'ries j 1 Tmlversitv lectures in r the "assembly hall; Central school, on Saturday- -evening, -November'-' 14, on the subject, War Spirit: in Eng- land" The lecture will deal with some aspects of the historical origin and' will give a description, jn some detail >of English during the days be- j tween .the '.'delivery of'the Austrian til- itimatum'to Ssn'ia and the declaration of war by the British The lecturer, will also give some per- Impressions received during a England subse- quent to- the outbreak of war." Prof. Kerr is'an able lecturer, and is. thor- oughly competent to deal with this interesting and timely subject The lecture TV ill. commence at'8-15 sharp. :Coroner's" Verdict folio-wing is the verdict of Cor- oner. Humphries' jury, on the death of William which occurred on Sunday last, folio'n ing- injuries re- ceived while playing with a moving elevator .shaft. The inquest was held yesterday alternoon and lasted for .three hours: "That the deceased, [John William JVIarsfaall, came to his' -death as the result the Columbia Elevator- in the city of his arm .being caught on the .outside 1 of a rope other rb'oys -had. placed theVe, and we accident-was -not the-result of culpa- ble negligence on the.: part of the Elevator- Co. or the other boys. And in.view of the accident occurring on an exposed .outside shafting, and the -evidence adduced --showing that many jury recommend- in the interest of safety .that .all .outside exposed shaftings be ordered to be. covered, and that the authorities' take' measures to have Jackson fore- mar., A McKelvje, E J English, H. L.. Reed, Norman W. Wil- liam' Finley.' City of Lethbridge V f Final Court of Revision of Voters List The under mentioned applicants to be placed on'Vot- _ ers' List, are notified that the of Voters' Litt.-will be held in the Council Charriber" cih the ,14th day "of November-1914 at 10 o'clock a.m. r.31cLellan J. R. Norton Oeo. Rrtson Fred W. G. >Sharman Ja. Wilson P. James Barr Tlioiuas E. Cooley George W. Hyt Holmes .Jowett Fred Jackson A. EJIOX Kerr Iiiberartare Marziani of :tlie. above glviiig 'isb-fficient particlilars or treasons fortLe) Qoiiiicil Jo cljiscern tlieir qiialifications is necessary tliat they, W. .J. BJlson Clerk of the Court. BURGLARY CANNOT INFECT HUMANS Chicago, III, 'assuring7-, the" public that foot and mouth' disease, the ma'ady fs raging "among the livestock in nine cannot infect humans through' mortgage due in October. in July v n cattle which were mort- j another pany. but with their consent.. The cattle 'were dellvV-ed {by. a neighbor, who -got the him.: left the mmv 1U Koenigfar.. store, at Koenig's reoueat .When Fileski came .for his mo'nev Koeriig-'wouI'J not' up, unless Kleski'.paii tlie :-mo.ngage for ,to do: "fiiied and. suggested that ,'sueh- "business "practices should Trautmah' ..'.was- sen- in-. Lethbridge. gaol 'His. youth made reports have 'frequently appeared in the Press remarkable value "of bisurated .magnesia as an antacid, and its aoility to promote healthy digestion iby present ing food fermentation and neutraliz- ing dangerous, stbinaeh acid has-'often been demonstrated.- :Until recently druggists could supply bisurated'.mag- be from 11 to 12 and o'clock. fi will iuicti. jiujiians I the'eating'of meat; TV as issued bv ot- n -v 10 Of Chicago's largest packing "LOVE, LUCKVAND GASOL1NE': nesia in ponder form only to two taKeri in a little water "after meals, .'almost instantly stops and neutralises acid, .but sufferers from stomach trouble will bp glad to leam that, after a long series of exnen ments, a leading firm of manufactur- ing druggistc has now succeeded in producing a 5 gram tablet which com- EMPRESS lltfc antacid proper- v the ordinary bisumed magne- sia m a ver> con-venient form STUD HORSE For Sale or -Trade, "the well" known horse Steel .'Grey, .'This. ibe. aold.-witli guarantee Was imported four years ago and 4S an all lound good -.for f: horses or cattle. Apply JAMES MEZEN 520 Centre St., Calgary. companies. "The Daughters and Maids of Ens- land are holding a uhist drive and dancer-November 19, 1914. 0 E Hall Ladies 25c; Gents 50c, the auction -sale of Su- perior Household Furniture at 1225 3rd South, tomorrow (Satur- day) at.LSO Prank 'Waddmgton, auctioneer. See advertisement in. this paper for-further particulars. Poultrv Show, December t-4. Entries close- Nov 21 For prize list and entry forms -write P. King. Box 512, City HBMEMBER, you Storm Doors and Stove Wooil for kindling fires and large blocks for your fire place. Phone 3G2 and vro wjll deliver Citizens' Lumber Co 134 16th St. N. E J HILLS STORE ROBBED LAST NIGHT- OF WORTH OF EL T Hills stora avenue uas broken an to last night and worth of clo-th-jng and other articles stolen The thieves made tneir en- trance through a rear window It appears that one of the umdows broken some time ago bv a stone, a smalt hole being made-close to the catch This was covered over with paper-sud all the to do was to put his arm through the hole and open the catch police have not yet discovered arn clues, as the thieves made a clean getaway The> PRAYING Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. Limited P. R Freight Shedt f Office 1163 PHONES Office 462 Stables 1664' L took with them three seal coats, an nercoat and two suitcases New Store to Open Puncus is .opening .a, in the .Semi-Ready.-old: stand. Imperial Bank of Canada Capital Paid: Up Reserve Fund Total Assets- Over D. R. WILK1E, President 0 fR Hon.-ROBERT Vicc-Pretident .SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of SI 00 and upwards received and Interest allowed from date.of deposit. LETHBRIDGE BRANCH ..........W. R. Manager- t ;