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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 25, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor a Cay Hotel In Alb.rta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD The Dallas Hotel High Clan 75c and The Begt Meall In City Taylor Made Flour "Pride of Alberta" and "Mother's Favorite" Your Money Back in Flour Value KLENZO Removes Dirt and Grease from Varnished Floors, Lin- oleum, Marble Tllinj, Bath Tubt, Window Carpets, TapeitrlM and High Class Polished Furniture. ON 3ALE AT-miM, GROCERY AND HARDWARE STORES MANUFACTURED BY Kleiizo Manufacturing Co.. Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. MARKETS WEDNESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg- Nov. anit closing prices on the grain -exchanges today were Open Close Nov. 1.19 l.ISi Dec. i.lii 1.17 May 1.321 US3 1.33} Xbv............................ 54 54J. Dec; ....._........._ j May 37J 57 May 1.27 1.27 Dec.'................_ 1.25 1.2-1 May. 1.31- 1.301- WINMPEG- CASH PRIUES j No.--1 Nor. J.lSf l.loi- No.; 3 Nor.................. 1.11 i Xo.'-l 1.06} Ko. 5 1.02 No. 6 97 j -Feed 94 i I 1 X. W. C. 1 26 l" MINNEAPOLIS Dec. 1.131 May......... 1.18J 1.185' I.HH, 1.194, CHICAGO Bee............................. 1.141- 1.151 Slay............................ 1.201 r.20i IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT Did You Ever Realize That Jones THE BUTLER IN THE MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY Might Be A Secret Service -DON'T-'MISS THE- LAST FEW-EPISODES VISIT STARLAND TONIGHT "LOCAL MARKETS :6PtAIN PRICES No. 1 99 No. IKed.. 99 No. 2 Nor. SG No. 2 '98 fjo. 3 Nor. 91 No. 3 ted.. 91 No.-4-Nor. 86 No. 4 Bed.. S6 OATS: No. 2 C. W., 4i. lilVB STOCK. 6; cows, 5; heifers, veal, 7A. 5.; wethers, 5J. dressed 7 to 9. 10, springs, HAY imothv and alfalfa 'Alfalfa _ Blue-joint VEGETABLES'..... B C Potatoes, per cwt. N B Potatoes, per 00 f.75 Local, per Cabbage li Onions 1.85 Turnips ji Beets .........................02 Carrots .........................02 FORTY-THREE SAVED FROM -HANALEI WRECK Cal., .Nov. three survivors Itad been rescued to- night. from, the wrecked steamer Hanalei, which went asiiore yesterday in a dense fog- on Duxbury reef, nine iniles north 'of the Golden Gate, and "as-sbiyered into splinters early to- day by the pounding surf. AyBACKACHE burning, highly colored sure sighs of Weak or infiaramcd Kidneys. Giii Pills care aU Kidney and Bladder Troubles. all dealers. ALLAN MNE ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS PROPOSED SAILINGS Special Christmas Sailing's St; John Direct' to' Liverpool S.S. S.S. SCANDINAVIAN ......DECEMBER St. John to Liver- pool S.S, Grampian. .Dec 25 3.3. Scandinavian Jan 8 'St. John to London and Havre S.S. Sicilian... Die. 24 S.S. Corinthian Jan. 14 Portland to Glasgow Boston to Glasgow Calling Halifax Westbound Calling Halifax Westbound 10' S.S. 24 31 S3 Pomeranian Jan 14 Philadelphia, to and at Halifax Westbound S.S. a SS Clrthijinun Dec 19 Trip Hallway Tfckeli food to return within five maMM, en to Oaetmbtr 31 For full information apfly my Hallway Agent, or W. R. ALLAH, OeHBHAL NOMTHWnTJJIN New Season's Ontario Pure White Clover Honey NOTHING MORE WHOLESOME OR HEALTHIER AT THIS TIME OF THE YEAR. WE HAVE JUST. RECEIVED'A QUANTITY OF THE GENUINE ARTICLE DIRECT FROM A RELIABLE PRODUCER IN THE EAST. THESE ARE EXTRA LOW PRICES FOR THIS YEAR: Pi lit Sealers, each. 45c 5-lb tins, darh j 10-lt) tins, each. THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES WEATHER Max. Lethbridge, fair 54 Edmonton, cloudy 4S Calenry, clear.. 52 Medicine Hat, cloudy Prince Albert, fair -34 .Moose Jaw, cloudy 44 Regina. cloudy...... 40 cloudy 3S Port Arthur, fair.... 42 Fair and mild weather has. prevail, ed in the western provinces. Forecast' All and mild, station- ary or lower temperature. Mln. 41 42 34 42 24 40 37 2S 34 CITY AND DISTRICT Leaves Milk River Dr. Scott has left ililfc River for! Edmonton, intends to re- main. With Engineer's Corps It-is understood that Ernest Vroo- man, son of the late G. L. Vrooman, ias joined the Engineers' Corps, and is going to the front with the second contingent Typographical Error j A typrographica' error crept into j the advertisement of th? Simpson erfay. One item read "44-inch tweed dress goods and suitings, reg. i Jl.OO lines, sale cents." This j was obviously wrong. The; sale price should have been 72V2 cents. CALENDAR HINTS FDR 1915 These new mounts (slip on style) are made in very hand- some design in Brown and grey shades with Calendar Pad to match and fitted with easel or back so they will stand up. With one of your own sr.sp shots or a Lethbridge view, they make' a very appropriate' and acceptable Xma's1 remembrance. Stocked in different sizes. Drop in-and see them. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Third Ave. S. he inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. THE BULLETIN BOARD .Notices for this Column should reach this. .Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication The regular weekly" meeting cf the Board of Trade Council will be held tomorrow _ut ilie Lethbridge Hotel. Luncheon at 13.30. CITY AND DISTRICT Mr. Felger Goes South. A. Felger leaves on Thursday to spend three or four months in tlie Central States on business in connec- tion with'the Felger Farming Co. To Open New School The fine new consolidated school Alberta, will be opened on Thurs- day afternoon by Hon. 'J. R. Boyle, minister of education. Personal Mention W. A. Navin of Moose Jaw, of Nnv- in Bros., contractors, who erected the new post office, is in the city. Dr. L. K. PoynU, founder of the Grassy Lake hospital, is in the city, registered Alexandra. -B. JIcLaws of the Canadian West- ern Natural Gas Co., formerly mana- ger, of the local office, is in town from Calgary on business. Mr. Coleman in City Mr. D. C. Coleman, superintendent of the Alberta division of the C.P.H., was in the city between trains yes- terday afternoon, accompanied by F. W. chief engineer, and George WhUely, division master mechanic. Mr. Coleman was recently mentioned as ihs successor to Grant Hall, western manager. -Inquest Over Bones An inquest into the cause of death of the girl whose remains 'were re- eently discovered on the side of a j coulee bank near Ta'ber, has been or-j I dered by the Attorney-General, arid j I will be held this'afternoon at the R-1 N.W.M.P. barracks here; commencing j at 2 o'clock- Several-witnesses, who I helped to unearth the ed in the city today, from. Taber' to j give evidence. Coroner Humphries is, j sitting on the case. Much Interest-in Training School The interest being manifest in the Lethbridge Training schooOor Sun- day school workers "would- indicate] that it will mark a-new era-in ihe- Sunday school work in- Lethbridge. The lecture bv "Rev. Mr. -Cobbledick j last evening was appreciated' by over one hundred students. In the seven specialization classes the attendance i was almost up to the and it is expected that a mucnlargpr. number wi.! be present tonight. The following will be the Training school tonight: Bible lecture: "What is meant by the following .terms in reference to the Revelation, Inspir- ed, G. :H. Cobble- dick. Executive officers', section: "The work of associate superintendents, secretaries, treasurer, librarian, Russeli Oliver. _ Beginners' and primary section: Gue. Junior section: "The Graded Lee- sons: Their advantage and adapt- Stover.'" 'Teen age boys' section: Have HARD WATER SOAP? If not you have missed a non- expenslra luxury. This soap softens the hardest waters found iiyisqmeJlocaHties. It produces u fine creamy lather where' other. 3 for 25c Supreme Court In. the Supreme Court this morn- ing, an. action arising out of an agree- ment of sale was .heard before Judge McCarthy, the case being that of Tor- genscin versus Rebcr. Judgment was reserved. The action' for damages'in a suit filed by Mr. Harding against Navin Bros.' construction company for dam- ages sustained during the construc- tion of the new post 'office is being heard this "afternoon. .leader and Leadership." James Thompson. 'Teen age girls' section: "HoV to study the Bible and present ;it to 'Teen D. Ross. Adult section: "Class R. TV. Guess. ri Temperance section: "History of Temperance in U. S. and Canada." Trjnity Church Farewell Supper The Trinity church supper and en- tertainment is booked lor Thursday of this 'week. This is to be in the' na- ture of a farewell to the :pastor and Mrs. Warah. Supper will be served in .the basement of the church from 4.30 p.m. Tickets for the supper may be obtained in Hjirdieville from any member of'the. Indies' Aid or Board of Managers, and in the city from J. D. Higinbotham. A conveyance will meet street cars, if those desiring to come out will 'phone 1075 by'noon Thursday. AM the proceeds will go to the current account of the church. The entertainment