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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1916, Lethbridge, Alberta TllF.SPAY. NOVRMHKH M, Ifllli Tim LETiinnirjfitf DAILY SEVEN liarh FACTORY TO HOME" TWENTY BRANCH STORES HEAD OFFICE FACTORIES, TORONTO No Musical Demand Too Great TO BE SATISFIED THROUGH THE PIANOS AND PLAYER-PIANOS OF OUR MAKE. THEY PLEASE THE LEADING MUSICIANS. CONSERVATORIES AND MUSICAL COLLEGES GUARD AND SUSTAIN THEIR REPUTATION BY THE CHOICE OF THE MASON RISCH. MASON t RISCH PIANOS ARE HOME BUILT AND HOME GUARANTEED. YOU HAVE ALL THE PROTECTION THAT THIS AFFORDS AS WELL AS THE GREAT ADVANTAGE OF SAVING THE MEN'S PROFIT; IT COMES TO YOU DIRECT FROM FACTORY TO HOME, AND ON TERMS THAT MAKE BUYING EASY. MASON RISCH LIMITED STH ST. SOUTH, BALMORAL BLOCK. LETHBRIOGE Ottawa, Nov. 4 o'clock tills ml in Canada and in Britain by Cana- afteriioon Sir Robert Dorden handed out to tiio press the correspondence leading up to the retirement of Sir 3am Hughes from tho Dominion gov- ernment. It is very voluminous. The correspondence -commenced on Oct. Jfi when the prime minister wrote to Sir Sam saying It was anntirent that clfan authorities." Ottawa Free Press Ottawa, Nov. Evening Free Press says: "The retirement from the Dortlon government of Sir Sam Hushes will be a tremendous relief to many PHONE 1224 Mr. J. S. Smith returned yesterday "rom Winnipeg. Tim Ladies' Aid of St. Patrick's rhureh will hold their bazaar on Dec. 16th and ICtli. MisH Hawkins loft laal night for Jochnuiv. Out., after receiving the lows of her father's death. Mrs. Smith's section of the He'b'e- tahs will meet tomorrow night ut 21 Jryan block. All members are asked to be pruMcnt lo turn In their Mrs. Taylor's section of Wesley La- dies' Ajil will meet tomorrow after- loon the home of Mrs. Kuth, Sack Groceries for Wednesday. Phone 45c 313 FRESH EGGS. Dozen FINEST DAIRY BUTTER Per pound BROOKFIELD SAUS- AGE. Per pound VEAU LOAF Per pound ROAST PORK Per pound........... CORNED BEEF Sliced, pound........ SARDINES. In oil. 4 tor 25c 25c 40c 35c 25c SPECIAL PEARL BRAND JAMS Asst, 4 ib pails.. Asst.-l tins ROGERS' SYRUP Quart sealers OXO CUBES. In tins. 25 cents and AIRLINE HONEY. In glasses, loc, 20c and ALMOND PASTE. In 1 Ib. 15c 35c 35c 60c DATES. In packages. 2 for CRANBERRIES Per pound FEARS, Finest eating.. Dozen. 25c and RIPE TOMATOES. Per pound We have' received 25c 15c 40c 15c another shipment of B. C. APPLES. All No. 1, including Winter Banan- as.- "Rome" Beautys; Wagners, Jonathans, Russets. Also a few Spies.. All special OQ Per box___........ ay ECONOMISTS FOR THE PEOPLE" HERBERT E. BURB1DCK STOBtS COMMISSIONER VULCAN (From the C. E. Dovey of Ensign, reports a splendid yield of oats. From 30 acres of 'summer-fallow the yield averaged 123 V4 bushels. George Burns has had a wonderful crop of potatoes this year. He has shown us three from one hill, one of which weighs 2 Ibs. 02.. and the other two 5 Ibs. oz. We helievo this to bo a record for weight for sin- gle potatoes. Peter Gillcspifi is huilding a resi- dence on one of the now acre lots, G. E. Buck, of High River, is going to open a general store in Vulcan at about the end of this month. Work on the basement of the building, which will situated on Atlantic avenue next to the Bank of Hamilton, lias been commenced: The building committee of the Vul- can church met on Monday and award- rri the tender for tlie building of tho BELGIANS CALLED TO SERVICE OF THEIR COUNTRY The consulate general of Belgium at Ottawa has just issued the following communication. A ministerial order dated the 34lh of October. 1936, extends to the Bel- gians living in Canada the provisions of the Decree of the 21st. of July hiat. As a consequence all Belgians born after the 30th day of June 1S7R and before the 1st .of July, IS8S, shall be- fore the 1st of December IfllG duly fill registration forms and address same to the nearest Belgian consul. Registration' forms wilt bo supplied by the nearest Belgian consul on either new church' to Mr. N. Sullivan, whose verbal or written application, figure runs KlighUy over three tlious- Married men born after 1894 and and dollars, not including the seats, single men born after the 30th of June pulpit furniture or furnace. The dc- 1886 will he summoned to the nearest sign decided upon is pcsted up in Um j .Belgian consulate, where their obliga- post office, and shows a tasteful adap-' tions will be explained to them. If tation of n bungalow with cathedral, fit for service, they will be transport- embattlemonta and tower. led to the Belgian Recruiting Cornrnls- jsioii of Folkestone. England. Married mfcn born before 1895 and single men born before the 1st of July! 1S86, may apply for a delay provided] that, at any prior to the 2l3t ofj Juno, (hey have been in the employ! either of concerns engaged in tho pro-1 duction of war material or of any ser-j vice of general utility. Such applica-! tion shall be made in the registration form. Those who have not applied for n delay or who have been refused same will be summoned fo the nearest BulgUm consulate, on a date7to be de- 7 termined by future provisions, to be medically examined, and If found fit, transported to the Belgian Recruiting Commission of Folkestone, England. WANTED! The Ladies of Lethbridge to Buy Their Xmas Presents at The Rebekah Bazaar -On SATURDAY, November 1 8th AT THE STANDARD FURNI- TURE CO.'S OLD..STANO Fourth Ave. S. BAZAAR AT 3.00 P.M. ;