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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS... Hotel Windsor a Day Hotel In AlbtrU LETHBRIDGE DAIDY HERALD Taylor Made Flour '.i "Pride of Alberta" and "Mother's Favorite" The standard brands of flour fashion .DELICIOUS is the'nanic of.the npplo that created such n sensation in centres like New York-find Chicago two or three yours ago. anil, when first 'placed on the market sold for as liiyh as a case, while" even last yearthey could iibnbe bought for loss than ?2.5i> and in cur load lots in 'Wash I net on, which meant thai they would cpst us Said down here between 'ami ?4.yo. we did not buv any at that we did buy some-'lhls year, as we got them at a reasonable price. This apple" is just what it is called. eating, but wo would not for cooking. It is mellow sweet- er Ulan most, apples. Our price for these is no more tlmii (or ordinary varieties. Trv a case Yoi will like them. 1'riue per Case........ 51 6 Office: Phone1271 5155 CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 WEATHElt Lethbridge, .clear 14 8 Edmonton, clear 14. Medicine .16 0 0 0 1.03 1 0 4 IS' IS The Time of The Year has come when you apend a good deal of your time mdcors, and you feel more comfortable If you have that room nicely Papered or Kalsomined, and be sure to have the glass fixed in the Storm Sashes. For prices see Wellington Bros. THE DECORATORS. At the Sherlock'BIack. Phone 1752. Battleford, cle Jaw, t'ipar 11 Qu'Appelle, 4 Winnipeg, cloudy 20 Kauiloops, clear' 32 Nelson, 35 Calgary, ".clear" ,.1'j Swift Current, clear -.10 .06 Prince Albert, fair 12 '2 Regina, clear 10 V Minnedosa, clear .12. -t Pt Arthur cloudy..i... oS 16 Grand Forks, 33 50 Penticton .01 Clear cold weather lias been gen- eral throughout the pbld' today and on Tuesday. CITY AND DISTRICT Prepared "to Serv'e.'Couritry Dr. AVarnock, intimated to the M-Ueod Speetitor tint if the war prolgngued he likely go to the front; NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC re MILK For reasons that will be appar- ent to our patrons, we have de- cided to sell mUk for cash only AFTER NOVEMBER 15" The standard charge for milk and cieam. will as follows. AH 'bottled milk will be sold for, .10. cents a quart in quanti- ties under four quarts. Any- tMhg-over this amount will ibe sbM at a cheaper "not hot- tied. Cream Trill be sold for 50 cents a quart, for one quart and under., .TTe hope citizens will find tliis change an improvement, and asfc for your co-operation f under tlie new basis. The Western Dairy, Ennght Sons Sons, The Hygienic Dairy, The Northland Dairy, Regimbal Fourmer (The Lethbridge Thos. Chambers, The Watt Dairy, The Butter- work Dairy, and A. W. Jones; Members Lethbridge Milk Retail- ers Association LethbricJjJe'; ilr. Andrews." electrician. the i JIcGii'ura'v Greek Coil and Qote Co., has severed hi connection i ith that and to Lethlinds? according to .the onable all of us to make our Holiday. Qre.etmjis univereal. Send pretty Christmas Cards to your distant friends. We have an excellent assort- ment of cards suitable for every purpose. Come in and look through our stock as often us you wish, Also Private Greeting1 Cards Make your selection now so we 'can get your name and ad- dress inserted with the Greet- ing. The Red fross Drag Book Co., Limited Good' Results Last spring-.-. D. .Cyr..' ot- Creek, secured a three; :poundv sam- ple of Gold Com potatoes irpm the Experimental TTarni; Froni'- this seed he has just hinested 131 pounds London, Koy. Spencer land naturally be is highh pleased Churchill, First Lord oi the Admiral- ty., said in ihe -House; of Commons this afternoon that he had every rea- son: to believe that the British bat- THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Hegulnr meeting of Court Star S005, A.O.F. tonight in l.O.O.F. Halt at S p.m. sharp. Another general meeting of the Lethbridgt! Operatic Society will take p'iace tomorrow evening at St. Aug- 1 ustiii's hall at S o'clock. All 'who are interested in oueratic work are cord- ially invited. CITY AND DISTRICT Violin Rsclta! Much interest is being manifested In the violin recital at Knox church tomorrow uight. In addition to Mr. Sam Sado'wski. Mrs.-Laytou and Mrs. Nelson; Mr. Theodor Possum, talen- I ted pianist, will appear. Of him the i Duluth News Tribune says: "He held Ms listeners spellbound under the charm of his playing, every point of which, was excellent." tleship Can op us was quite safe. There has been some anxiety con- cerning this vessel as'nothing public- ly has-been heard of her since the Social Eve ing and Tna! "Full preparations-.are'-made-for the inaugural of the ley League tonight; wh'eri arly interesting1 is expected In addition to the Missionary.. MocJc admiralty announced -that she to be put bj visitor f-om been ordered to iom-the squadron in in "hlljl "ftitnesses m Pacific: under' A'dmial 'Craddocb tame'irom the diaereht heathen races, will appear the cnurcli for, neglect. There; will also he vocal and instrumental guessing contests and rerresbraeEts There is no admission, fee but "a collection oc 10 cent will be recen ed to d frpj ex- penses -v attendance is antic- ipated and to" the .engagement off the Chilean coast in which the cruisers Mqnmputh were lost ONLY A FEW MORE EPISODES TO END THE MILLION MYSTERY Berlin, NOV. to Lon- reaching here by way of Constantinople; the is in danger -because.the leader of the local Be- douins 'is .-calling bn his people to rise and 'liberate the, country from the .British" WAR is COSTING FIVE-MILLION A DAY London 1C Astiintli stated in: the Commons'- this -afternoon '-tHat the -war uas Great Britain from.- to daily, PATH OF THE DEVASTATING v GERMAN-AKMY ta NOW Is tlie time to buy CHAMOIS VESTS AND CHEST PROTECTORY Keep from 'getting a winter's on your lungs by getting Chest Protector now. Af( and at JackionlCo. Oruff Lethbridge. PHONE 1232 Kuint C4Uitfi4 br German artiilerv nt Booie that tliis') wili bo marked by iii- Lucilfe Love at Empress. many .thrilling and heart rendering adventures in tho South Sea -islands Lucille is rescued and taken aboard a yacht. Her surprist when she- found that yacht belonged to her arch enemy, Louuongue, were beyond de'F criptioji. Louhongue as soon as he leirnr ..that. Lucille is aboard his boat dis- j guises; himself as a Chinese ilanadrin .but the plucky girl penetrates his [.disguise and places herself on-guard against him. Lucille has to fight i against the evil Designs of'the brute f.'of a. .captain, but gains [he friendship jjjjof 'the gruff o'id mate. There is mutiny on board the boat and crew led by the Captain, who'secures the papers, wins, and Lucille and Lon- i bouque are cast adrift in a small boat. Do not fall to see tine sixth ep- JFOde many adventures of Lu- The inner part of fclio wheat berry ground, bolted and .dressed .by'the modern machinery under-the careful vigilance of most competent millers. What more fitting than a "PEKSOXAL GREETING Now is the time to make your selection. We have four large sample 'books from the repre- sentative producers. Should it be inconvenient to come to the store, we will send- the 'books to your residence for inspection. Store TELEPHONE ING.. 222 At Last A Perfect STER! SAVE YOUR'ftQQFtS CARPETS "BY USING THE QNWSRD" SLIDING FURNITURE SHOE NO CARPETS- iN PLACE OFTHEOLD FASHIONED. WHEEL CASTER MADE IN ALL SIZES FOR FURNITURE AND METAL BEDS OR FLOORS. IT JUST GLIDES; THAT'S ALL. EVERLASTING FIT El HHER BEBS OR FUR- NITURE WITHOUT ANY ADJUSTMENTS AND THEY ARE CHEAP. Let us show them to you STANDARD FURNITURE CO. ;HOME OF QPP COURT HOUSE QUALITY FURNITURE. 4th tor Calgary, Nov. the All-Alh-Jtta Infantry Bat opened this morning under verj able conditions. Despite the lact that the temperature was at zero t-he men were full'of enthusiasm, and over 300 had.-assembled hefore the ing opened. At noon over 100 men ihad .been sn-orn in and there MCIC over 400 waiting. Many departed nn realising that tlie call for 200 i Id easily -fci-met by. the ,earh t1 .The men were splehdiil md the .standard, of physique s Higher than any previous contingent from -'-this city.' The intending recru- its were' assembled'.: inside tnc Superintendent Offended; Quits district, and the last thres years as inspector at Stettlef. pwing :to the recent aiipolntmonts; of.-- supei-lntend: onts. Inspector Heffernian feels that he has.been passed over in tiou list by officers7 of. Inferior. ser- vice, and for this reason has dacided to-take his pension; Edmonton Noi Hef the .Mounted Police, 'who .s ban actiisr tupp" ntondent u j bargdin no rei onahle offer "dinonton si ice Sjpenntendent j 4th S( S Sbo__h mare, buggy and harness; quiet, to ride and big on ijig has (ided fo tike i is pension He u ill this irnrn hg for Ret, uj to fin M BO.RDEN r Nov. Robert Bcrden, v.-Iio has been at Hot v VirsiftM, io'r the past three weeks, --arrived in tlie" capital at noon today. The; Prc-mier, who ia "in after his holiday, wilj; v raoet his ministry .m v met councils to press forward' arrangements for the despatch -I' of additional contingents to v- the front. Called-to-Macleod Rev. Join, White. .13. A., of Jioland; Man., has been called 16'the paslor- jato of the .llaclaoil Presbyterian -LUCILLE' The Girl of Mystery t he Sixth Sensational .installment of fhie Wonderful' Serial TODAY E- M P R E S I batches of Ihirly. They ill p at 9 o'clock tomorrow niornng be supplied with iull equipment n he n cpniiectej vlth fie Jca'nted Po ne snent ts in ti th Regini i ONLY A FEVV EriSODES TO Ff-iD THE MILLION MYSTERY FEATURES AT 1 STARLAND TONIGHT "Trey o' Hearts" on An All-Fcaturs Those who bravo tiie cold weatfc2r and visit Starliind tonight will be Well rewarded by witnessing what is with- out exception, the best ;ramme ever offered at this popular "The Trey o' Hearts .which is one of the head'iincrs on to- night's big bi'.l needs no recommenda- tion to the public, as each and every one of the proceedings have more than come up to the high- est expectations of all who witnessed them.. 'Tonight the fourth installment of this great serial (will foe shown, arid it is safe to' say that this episode will startle and please even more than the preceding chapters. GUKMAN KOENIG.VBEIfG BUSINESS. LOCALS The Daughters', of EngV land are holding a whist drifte and' dance, N'oyember 19, 19N, in the S; 0 L Ladies ,25c; Cents 50c." Lethbridge Poultry 1 4 Entries cloae -Nov. 21. For prize 1st and entry forms write P. liox 273-6. Keif need 'storm Stomi poors and Stove Wood (of aiid largo blocks our fire, placn. Phone 362 vlll deliver. Citizeon'-Luraber Co. Ltd. J'l 16th SPRING RICE VISITS OF CONNAUGHT Ottawa, Nov. Cecil Spring Rice, 7jritlsli ambassa- dor at Washington, arrived in the capital today.. Jfe win be a guest of H. R. II. the ntllte of Connauglit at Hidcau Hall for a couple of days. The am- bassador declined to be Inter- Viewed. While here the am- bassador, will meet 'Sir Robert, Bordeu and discuss a number of subjects arising out of the Wh'ch i to hup leci put oil of iction As there hab been 1 iur uc clfttt ninth ipre ired in tin, Lon Imperial Bank of Canada Capita] Taid Up, Fund 1'otal Assets Over Head D.R. VVILKIE, President Hon. ROBERT JAFFRAV, Doposl SAVINGS BANK pEPARTMENT its of 5100 and received and interest allowed rroni dats of deposit: _ LETHBPIDQE BRANCH W R SEATLE, ;