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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE HERALD The Dallas ITirtCl; High Claii'''Roomi 1 SOc, 75o The Beit Meatt In-thi City Taylor Made f lour of Alberta" artd "Mother's Favorite" The standard brands of flour fashion New Seasons Fruits, Peels, Shelled Nuts, Figs, etc. Victoria Cross1 Cleaned Currants, Seeded Raisins, Valencia Raisins, Blenched Sultanas Morton's Hgs, Shelled Nuts..Etc. In stock. .Uot us supply .yow wan.u lion guaranteed. NEW SEEDED Crott Brand: 16 ounces, full weight, 2 packets ........25c' NEW CLEANED .Victoria Croi'% 16 ouncci, full" weight, 2 packets..25? NEW VALENCIA pounds for. ...25cJ NEW BLEACHED SEEDLESS for........25c, NEW CANDIED ORANGE Ib.....25c'- NEW CANDIED LEMON PEEI__Per ib NEW CANDIED CITRON Ib NEW CANDIED MIXED Ib READY pound boxes, each NEW .SHELLED pound" NEW SHELLEq Per pound 60c NEW CRYSTALLIZED 1 each RETALER RETAIER I NEW OLACED 1 ib.'boxes i. :...75c DEMOLCO. New 2 pound.'tlns, each- 3 pound tlni, each 3Qc NEW .BIRD'S EGG 15c EQUAL sire which is equal to three dozen ;cggs '..............___...... -25c Size equal to 6 dozen eggs..... ........50c PURE GOLD Standard 4Qc, 65c and THE LARGEST VARIETY AND STOCK; OF APPLES OF ANY THE CITY. LOOK THEM OVER BEFORE PURCHASING. PRICES... AND UP ,.25c ..30c ..25c ,.30q .SOc The Time of The Year has come when you spend a good deal of your time Indoors, and you feel" More or Kalsomined, and, be. sure to have, the Sashes. For prices 'see Wellington Bros. At the Sherlock Block. THE DECORATORS. Phone 1752. WEATHER Max. Min. ST S ..-10 '0 10 0 14 6 14 22 2S 30 32 36 15 .Oi .W, 12 .-101 21 1.10 18 .10 MARKETS -TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, ..Nov. and cldsln'g prices on tie Grain Exchange today-were as follows AYheat Ooen Close November 118% 119 December 116% 116 122JJ, .123 123 July _ "NovembeS- December 57 Winnipeg Cash Prices No Iso 2 No S Yorthera 11C Timothy, and a Haifa Alfalfa IHue-joint VEGETABLES B C Potatoes per N B Potatoes, per 90 Ib Local, per cut Cabbage Qmons lurnips Carrots sack .ethbridge, clear.. Edmonton, snow Calgary, clear.-. Medicins Hat, clear Swift Current, fair Battleford. clear.. Prince Albert, clear Qu'Appeile, clear..' Regina. clear j AUunedosa, clear i Winnipeg .clear j Port Arthur, clear..- Kamloops, .Grand Forks, show Nelson......' Penticton The weather throughout the west inas been clear- and -very cold. Forecast Manitoba and. and very cold: Fine and a little warmer. on. Wed- nesday, with "Higher temperature. CITY AiNP PISTKICT Another Turk .Captured Another of -the- Sultan's subjects was .received .at the military prison j.ere on .Sunday morning. The Turk came from Edmonton. MINES 'REMIER ASQUITH SAYS MANS FORCED BRITAIN CLOSE NORTH SEA GER- TO :Pincher Yesterday-morning- was .the coldest of the season. Creek was.the ov est in the district with minus 9' The first skating of the toof place on Sunday-jirHenderson ..Park. City Looking for Home proposition to re-lease the Kean Block was turned down b) the C itj Counci, The lease on the building expires at .the-'first of. the and the city has not v et obtained suitable No. 3 Peed Barley- No 3 American Markttr "Minneapolis December AteF Cliic-igo -Seceraber 114 3 51 50 113 1'S' J21I London, 17 3 45 p m ring in the to the laying '.of 'mines. in Christmas enable all of us to make our Holiday t Greetings universal. 'Send pretty Christmas Cards to your distant friends. We..hayo. an -excellent assort- ment of cards suitable for every purpose. Come in and look through pur stock as often as you wish'. r Also Private Greeting Cards .Make .your selection now so we can get your name and ad- dress inserted uh the Greet ing I s 5, The Red Cross Drug 'Oolik'to.; EfMe'd Phon.e 5SKS Third lAVe: THE BULLETIN BOARD Notices for Column reach thla .Office before. 12 o'clock noon on'.Jh'e" day .ofIpi'ibllcatlon Cl ean an d P ure The inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by'.'the most modern machinery under; the careful vigilance of most competent millers. That's It. The Loyal Order of .Moose will meet tonight for general .business. CITY AND DISTRICT Buys Champion The Home Grain Co. has'purchased the TiviHiger elevator at Champion. Cardston's Generosity Cardston district has already con- tributed 5550 to thejRed Cross. "Spien- did work, Cardston. New'Store at Standoff The Standoff Trading Co. have op- ened a general store at Standoff, just opposite ithe upper iiortion of the Blood -Reserve. R. N. Wilson is in charge. G. A. Barker Dead George A. Barker, a wel'i-known and esteemed resident OL the Granqm dis- trict, is dead. His remains were sent to his-old home at Guelnh, Ont. He{ was a brother of R. T. Barker of Mac-1 cod A Portable Typewriter ton Junior uuuei uubdvabion steps nau been uc uuuipusea oy vir aaa 98 kuen to w ani peaceiul shipping 01 owski himself and dedicated to "Mr 0, Mrs Airs Nelson anil Mr Possum One ot the violin selections will be a minuet composed by "Mr Sad on i umen 10 warn peaceiul snipping 01 iniusen ana aeaicateu 10 o, this danger the terms his former teacher S6 of the Hague convention oi }96? had heen violated BATHROOMS French IN TRENCHES Offlceri Rival Bnt.M Fondnals for "Tub" The Lethbridge Flower Guild In order to provide a fnnd to .purchase flowers for the winter. .The -Flower Guild are glvln? a Dance In the K. P. Hall on FridayEvening "Km ember 20th CARDS TILL DANCING MUSIC IN THE CITY Tickets 50c Parife amenities of SI? nn trencn If'e are descnbbed m the fol lowing letters from French officers Thanks to the ingenuity of M are able to take a warm douche every day A bathing establishmen of the latest type has been fitted in the trenches It is a big hole sii j yards in diameter hned -with glazed 'tiles picked up among the ruins o 'houses and covered In with sheet iron roofing on top of which earth "with growing corn lias been laid On the roof is an enormous bucket with tour pipes communicating through the roof-with our rooms. Un- derneath each is a bucket Beside the bucket on the roof it a boiler in masonry to heat the water It is rip ping. AM the generals have been to see our bjUhroom It took their I breath away have gone better, and opened a hairdressing saloon in the trenches. me last -word in lu.iury is revue and 'concert with the assistance if eonri artists it is astonishing what a lot Drowned While Out Hjnting Laurence Jakes of "VlerrlckuIIe Ont was drowned in the Rldeiu river on Monday, Nov. 2, ivhile out hunting Larr was well known in Carmangay having lived there some time being employed m Buck lej s hardware store BEST MUSIC ONLY A FEW MORE TO KW THE WIU.IOW MYJTBRY ldv, chlel Torch es a of Nantes sB marvellous dash in thP H gets Up .oncerts singing the MarseTl laise of the Soldifrs Choru, trol Faust under the noses of the Ge? mans in trenches only 200 >ards Their Favorite Cnemy Burlfe--Oi cant underatnar.d any rile Orishman folghtm to save th life Iv.fagland who th' divvle would th t' iv there wor Suoreme Court Delayed Omng to the mabilitj of Sir Jus McCarthj to arrive in tmifc the! opening of the civil sittings of the Supreme Court did .not open until this afternoon Judge McCarthy an ticipated Ins delaj and arranged for an Moving to the North Robinson Bros the well known breeders of horses Hoi stem cattle and Poland China hogs at Macleod, have decided to remove their stock :to. Ferintosh. on south of Camrose. Neat Ferin .pah., the Messrs.'" Robinson own ahou1 800 acres of land. treating I Cards I The clmnces aie that dm Chushnas reason ill he maiked by m- oxpciibhe and useful Sifts What more fitting than a neat "PERSONAL GREETING Tow is, the time td make sour selection We have four large sample books from the repre- sentative fSliould it be mconvemont" to come to the stoie we will send the liooks to sour residence for Inspection The Jajeatt Store TELEPHONE NO 322 Enlist at Macleod Among those 'enlisting at Macleod for the second contingent aie W C Brjan jr W Walsh Mr Kirwm and Mr.. Wop'foy-Dodd. The' latter Is a Dalgary boy and at the present time is teller-accountant in the Macleod branch of th-g Northern bank. Funeral of Infant The. funeral took place oil Satur- day morning ot the Infant child of Sir. and Mrs. L. E. Moen; three "weeks of age. 'B: Picliel officiated. Beautiful .fioraV tributes were laid on the grave by 'Mr. and Mrs. Van Blarcom, Mr. -aiid Mrs. C. S. Farrow Mr. .and Mrs. T. 51. Huff. Mrs. C. H. Devine, and the Christian church Bi- ble school; R.N.W.M.P. Changes Several changes have recently been maile in the. staff at the Mounted Po- icet Barracks at -Macleod. Corporal rjanedck, who has been at Btairmore, las been'.ippointed to the position oi jrovost. caused 'by the departure of Sergt. Vernon, who was recently ga .etted ah inspector. Constable stuch. iiery, who held the position of: assist- ant has 'been transferred to ;Blatrmdre to complete the staff in that .to.wn. Other constables who .have gone out on detachment duty are: Con..Sunhery to Champion; Con. PoUer to Lundbrcck and Con Baje croft to Beaver Cresk. As diuaMo as tho standajcl Remington Weight less than halt the st.imUud model For tlu? and loi the homo i, studenls ieli- Author, and otheis able as'sohing foj! tUcuj I'ypewiitci pioblem Pi ice, flusi-piooJ cmei With leathei ti.p cling case 70 00 Other Remington modeK 122 50 up Wiitc toi Catalogue. Reniingion Cojiipauy- v Limited. 110 Sixth Avenue Wcit, Calgary, Alta Raymond Bey to the Fore Kajmond L-csder Another Ra} mpnd boy is' in the limelight 1 his week, we were pleased to learn of the success of .Mjron Holmes sun ol Holmes of Rumelv Farm who s a student of the Ontario Asricul nrai College is on the track earn of the college and has TV on sev n medals this year; four at 'the' local two at Toronto and Ont In competition tilth West rn University. At Londoii'ih the 100 artls dash he led his man bi 40 irds to tne nress reports inrt from athletics Myron ia also oing ven well h-nfng been selected s i member of the cfis1! ot students ho are for places on. the idgmg (earn to go to ChirMo Inter atioual DIED Of i C request. et ChriPtins the be Richmond run the house at 231 t .N'n flowers bv MARRY IN .SPITE -OF WAR: London Aov the departure of voung men for the war marriages in England ajid Wtiei lor the quarter ending were 12 per cent greater than the mean for the ten preceding quarters the rate per thousand being 17 4 In the same nertod the birth rate was 1 8 per cent below tho mean rate of the period nami-d and the death rate was 0 9 below the mca average E LUCILLE LOVE E M The Girl of Myrtcry M P The Sixth P R Installment E of Thic E S Wonderful Serilll- S S__________TODAY .81 'EXPRESS IT IN FLOUR" j louts ssmnnthv with the it In flour is how the millers of the States con t hide tlreir -jnnouucem 3nt that they ill endeavor send 000 birrels of Hour to Belgium One wtv In ivhich the civic iltv ot Lethbndgc citizens is pro nouneed is in the consumption of flour It is ttaied that local housewives ask largely ior Leth nridne-made flour Tho quality of the flpjr produced at our local mills merits this, anart from the patriotic appeal Robert of has lerehtd uoid of the death of i son LQCALS The JIalds of'Bng: and are holding drivo 'and lance, November. 1914. in .the'S.' O B Hall 1 adres 2 c, Gents 'iOc 281- ft Lothbridge PonHrv Show, December Entries close J 01 1st and entry forms write P. Kins', Bos 532 City IlEMEMBtR, need Storm Sash Storm Doors and Stoic Wood (or Intlling ffres and largr blocks jfof our tire place Phone and uo 111 deliver Co Ltd 34 IStll St. N. 2S4-0 Knapprai-, Nov. ground is filled with moisture and the farmers ire taking new courage "More plowing is done this tall than at anj time for jears Mr and Mrs George Ross who Ined here fcr thi. past fue years have recentlv moved to Colum lUus, North Dakota. William Humpnnn ind family have moved to Hoover, Washington, where they will take up their residence n the future George Russell has returned home after some months' absence in soutli- '.rn Montana The social dance gnui on Fridaj evening b) Mr md Mrs TheoJorc Randall II Ivemp, one of the pion I ople af the Hunt school house was ei-rs of the mining induutrj in hoot well attended ij a jolli cnn d of enaj ami the Doundarj, died at Vic muse loierf, Dancing commenced i torim B about 9 p 'UHlcl until I nhen a line supper was served, attcr.I which music from Itobcrton Ahrighti and Jones lull orchestra began to (ill the air, and ilanling wis again resumed and coni nued until 4 a m "When'the jolly crowil broke up %ft3 Joe Birncy and (laughter I Iillv arc visiting friends at lloopel North Dakota A ONLY A FEW MORE "EPISODES TO END THE MILLION LIBERALS ELECT PFFICEPS r IN ALTORAOO DISTRICT fighting with the S-ots Tuiilieis has two other sons' front. He Altoiado ras a gathering' of stalwarts at Vhe fid Horse school Liberal aesociation was organi7ed 'v polished machine could not have i better -selection of officers than was mad_ bv the nopular vote' They are as follows lion DeVeber, W "Lucnanan, and Hon Mitchell 51P P f President, P B Dakei vice presl-' dents V, in Krauss J A Sfewurt secretary A I H Donaboe treu urcr Christ executive, C C Sheets Denj Hoss N TOTAL: PROHIBITION IN RUSSIA Nov 16 >H London This was the last day in.which It-was postio'p to purchait, liquor undei the prohibition act of the v> Ich on bcconiOE ibsol ite This ilnal probihltion act IE the ast of three distinct, liquor reforms the fjrst curtailing tho sale of lodka, and the second abolishing it absolutely Tho third measure extends the pio hfhftlon to form of alcoholic drink In nortlons of the empire 1m der martial Ian i i_ Imperial Bank of Canada Capital J'aid Reiei vc 1-und Total Assets Ovei ad Hon ROBERT JAFFIJAY, Vice O R VVILKIE, I'retldent SAVINGS Deposits of SIOO and upwards received and interest from date of deposit I ;