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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 24, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FRBE BUS TO ACL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor OMt a Day Hotel In Alb.rU TT V VALL I The Dallas Hotel High CI'M Roomi 60c, 75c ind The Beit Mtali In the city Taylor Made Flour "Pride of Alberta" and "Mother's Favorite" Your Money Back in Flour Value Women's Rights "Whether -women have-the. right to rote or .not-they .have the right to n good uup of Tea and ;they are guaranteed the best they drink j BLUE RIBBON New Season's Ontario Pure White Clover Honey NOTHING A1ORE WHOLESOME OR HEALTHIE R AT THIS TIME OF, THE; YEAR. WE HAVE. 1 JUST -RECEIVED A QUANTITY OP THE GENUINE ARTIC'LE-'niRECT A RELIABLE PRODUCER IN THE EAST. THESE ARE EXTRA LOW PRICES FOR THIS YEAR: 5-lb HnsV each j id-lb this, each Pint Seniors, each.-ISc DOneliM THE GOOD HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 WEATHER Lethbridge, fair Edmonton, ._.. Calgary, cloudy. Medicine Hat. clear Prince Albert, clear Moose Jaw, clear..' Regina, Winnipeg, fair.. Mill. 36 41i- iS 48 SO' ..33 43 40 -12 IS 25 30 30 24 Port Arthur, cloudy 32 2S The weather throughout the west has been fine and mild. Manitoba :and i and mild today and Wednesday. and mild'today and on Wenesday.: Send thlt Advertisement-wlth 25 cents-to Blue Ribbon; Limited Winnipeg, for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The best cook book for uie In Western Canada. Writt- .and addrtsi plainly. MARKETS TUEsoAvrs1 :GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg Man Nor 24 and closing. prices on the grain ex- changes today were: Open Close December........ 11 May 12 December.. November December 12 131'-> Closing Cash Prices No. L Northern No. 2 Northern >Io 3 Xorthera No. t No o No. 6 Feed No. 4 Rejected Feed 128 H 1' 131-4 111% 107% 6441 6 61 Minn-sapoiis Wheat Open December........ 11-ly; May............. 113% July........'.... 120% Chicago Wheat December 11556 May.......... 121% CITY AND DISTRICT! Former'Citizen a Visitor C. R. Young, formerly of le Merchants Bank here, now of Stettler, is a visitor in the city. Shippsd Large Band of Sheep R. C. Harvey of Raymond .shipped out a large consignment--oC slieep from the local yards to-Calgary to- j day. i Poultry Show Open' Week PJaiis Lethbridge Poultry show are practically complete, exbibltfon.' one-of in the province, and iriil he-held fiom November in. ili'p. Knights of Pythias-building on Fifth street Reliable Remedies FOR Winter Ailments Winter is a season of change- able weather, wet feet and sud- den attacks 'of illness. Sore Throat; Colds, Coughs, Catarrh, Neuralgia, Earache, Croup, etc., are often caused by exposure to the cold. The medicine chest should be" replenished with reliable remfr. ailmenta You'll find -the-most effective rem'edfes'. in- our stbck. Make out a list of 3 our needs and bring it to us, We can probablj aid-you in "making selections: The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Third Ave; s Police Court Lee the sale, of cigarettes to minors, was convicted in police court ,rhis morning aiid J1.00 and costs: Charlie. Loo .or -the Belgian cafe was dismissed sim- :iar charge, it being established that a young employee" had made sale ,n Ignorance. 119 BERLIN PLACARDS Fear to Draw Agitation Attention to London, Xo7. Conenhagen correspondent of the Daily .Mail says from-Berlin that placards are posted nightly, in the suburbs of thb ".German capital .demanding peace and containing threats The police thA ruwtprs down, but they al -prays appear the "next night, says the correspondent, and the authorities do not'seem anxious-to catch the offend- ers rfor fear of drawing further atten- to the peace agitation. Won Prizes for Growing Sugar John H Salmon won- the jrize offered by the Knight Sugar Co. '.or the best five-acre1 .field1 of beets produced in 1 914. ;ilr. .Salmon duced tons', and -if thejt'rost had not interfered with the'cleanlng up of, the field, the Meld would hate aged 11 tons to the acre Mr Sal I moo's hoy won- the -childrenls- prize, producing 9 tons on an- acre of land Separate School Oc-i_TJufsaav Night 1 The new Separate school will be j opened for inspection by the public i on Thursday night frpm 7 30 on The S trustees extend an invitation to ev- i one to inspect the building and they lull be on haad to "welcome the guests and "see that are con- veyed about the building Six rooms are fall} equlpned, and allying rooms j l be opened fpr pupils oa Monday Fancy Baskets We a complete line FANCY BASKETS which possess the rare eomb-ina tion of Loot them over, A wide.range of prices. BoxHolSers, Notice! The :port office be moved to lie. new .building-Wednesday night leaholders to remove hcu- Iron; boiea before 7 o' lock Wednesday. wmte Star-Dominion Line Xmas Portland From Halifax Tues. Dec 1 Thurt Dec. 3 VANDERLAND I" merly on the New TorMoTcr-Antwerp route (Red Star each :elleut accommodations all classes u Wilte Apply any Railway or Steamship Agent or W..M. MCLEOD, 0. W. P. A., 333 Main THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE CAPITAL, REST, W MONEY ORDERS Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, nfc, convenient and inexpensive method of remitting email sum. of money. These Orders, payable without charge at any bank in Canada (except in tue Yukon Territory) and in the principal cities of f He United SUtes. iuued at tbe following rates and under t g Over 5 and exceeding V, 8 REMITTANCES ABROAD season's run last week, shortest run of tbc-season Sugar Factory Completes Run The "Raymond closed its after the The sugar is of good quality and will find a ready sale in the west. Mr Ellison, J the manager, stated that tbe first con- f slgnment of sugar beet seed for tbe sugar companies m tbe estern states has left..Amsterdam: for New York, so that the danger of a seed shortage is noyr rraun ed Laundry Cd. Reverts to As a result of the liew tariff "which the Natural Gas Co put-into, effect '4ALBEHTA5 PIONEES J.D.HlGINBOTHAM dCft WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AND DRUCC1ST5 BACK TO THE LAND 4 CONVENTION OPENS Regina, Saslr., The closer on October 1, for powor" purposes, the Lethbridge Laundrj Co has taken out community .was aily opcatd here this morning. iwomment .pubHc men its gas installation, Whicfi was m present Including Lieut Governor atoiiert lact hapninhpr at a i Brown, Hon W Scott, Hon George SS? noting ingles, Dr. Rutherford of the G.-P: coal for fuel instead of gas The com- H representatives of both pany would not made this cultural and financial :mterests change if the Qas Co. had not raissd their rates. Promiisory Note Cut DismiMcd Au action arising out of a- promts sory note occupied the attention of the Supreme Court yesterday after noon The plaintiff was C'R Young, late local manager of the Merchants' Bank, and the defendant William Me Kenzie The note made in -favor of BUSINESS LOCALS REMEMBER, yoii'-need Storm Sash; Storm Doors and Stove Wood for kindling fires and large blocks for your fire place Phone 3G2 and we will deliver. Citizens' Lumber Co. L'td. 134 16th St. N. Don't-: fail- to attend Patriotic- Concert given under, the' ,he plaintiff was disputed On the Liie Alexander Chapter I O D B In the ground that the nlaintif f made oh- Theatre on Friday, Doc 4 gc Branch .Tlfirmner, Mgr, 'alned an insurance policy, and the note sued return for a second mortgage which JIcKanzie 'claimed was not represenied as to value. His ordship held that defendant-had not substantiated his claim Ball .ppeared for th'e, Alex- ander Hanna of Calgary' for the d3 eiidant t I Comedy from liondon Undon Is not In a laughing mood ust at the present time, but "A Sister o Assist a twenty-minute sketch rhich is now being played at.tbe ton- 011 Coliseum, is o merriment in spite of themselves This popular little sketch w.'il be pro duced here on December 4 next, on the occasion ot the Patriotic concert to be given under the auspices'of the Daughters of the'Emplre. Asquith will play the part-of Mrs a monthly nurne, and Mn Frank Waddlngton the Mrs. Mc.Mull, tbe former's. landlady." It if side splitter It should W remembered that this item It ,onlrerta equivalent to Fen crude in >the province- According to the estimate of Sup- C, W. Voitch, there was of oil, in ihe well be- ffore the) baling commenced Aside from Utft quality which is? all that oil-men Could doslrc .the shallownesa of'the horizon in which the oil has been of the utmost import- ance. contention has been, that the'oil-deposits He very .deep, neces sftatihg tremendous expenditure. An could be drilled for 000 In this province was considered Cheap development work in the pasl has Aside from tho cas- A Portable Typewriter Remington Juni0ii As durable' as the standard Remington; W-c ight, less than half the standard model. For the tiaveler and for the Authors, clergymen, pliysicians, students and others wantirfg' a compact, small, reli- ahle typewriter, will welcome this machine as solving, for them the typewriter problem, Price, withMust-proof cr With leather traveling case 70.00 Other Remington models 122.50 up for Catalogue. Remington Typewriter Company' Limited. 110 Sixth Avenue West, Calgary, Alti. TURKS REACH SUEZ CANAL Official Statement Sa'ys English Suf- fered Heavy Louss 1 T omlo" 24 Henter's Con stantinople correspondent, in a uia- patch sent by cl Berlin gives the following official Turkish statement 'The Turkish .troops, 7 have reached the Suez canal In fighting near El Kankra the. English suffered heavy and took to flight El Karl-re is a, port, on the canal, ahout 25 miles 'south' of .Port Said. f ShWour CIIDQ rUno I TO JOHN HA'LLAM LIMITCD! Desk 728 TOHOMTO f J The U S Censtis report savs that Ijaleii of cotton had been ginned, prior Jo Nov 14 This is hales in excesi ot any pro, vious record fi e the Al ing: and the plant, the drilling of the Mowe'Mouptain has cost onU at r 'bout and hp.s taken: only 80 days of AUCTION SALE Of Household Furniture Thursday, November 26th AT 2 P. M. SHARP. At. 602 20th Street North, Corner of 5th Avenuti W Ii Wllaon, 'Auctioneer, is instructed to tell the 1 Sideboard 1 Extension Ta'ole 1. Conch 3 .Centre: Tables 3 Kockors 2 Beds, Springs Mattresses 1 Child's Iron Crib complete 1 Flock Hed'Mattress 1 Dresser 1 Chiffonier 1 Tollot Set 1 Book 1 Kitcheu Tablo C Kitohen Chtirs High Chair Several Mats 1 Wlckei Daby'Buggy1, ne4rlr new1 t T llilnds and Curtains Pictures and HOUSP Plants Dishes and Kitchen Utensfls 1 Oil Heater 1 Coil Heater 1 four Stove with hot water connection and Reservoir And a treat many other articles. TERMS CASH. ;