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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1914 THE DAILY HERALD: PAGE SEVEIi "f'believe the Canadian-apple to be the "Canadian apples are all juicy, fmest'in tflf, GEO. E, Fpsici UVIIIIAME A Message, jttyfr Qovernment fito the School-children of Canada father and mothgrlSioW 'most about the Canadian A it has come Ihe it is so good for children and grown-iips to eatiHanH why loyal Canadians everywhere are buying a barre} for the winter. 1 But here is something know, fid learn tnis rhyme topljr aod surprise them at the dlnaertable by recitihj} "APPtE GEOGRAPHY" Through the valley of Evangelme In the Province by the sea. Grows the famous Grayenstein, So sought by you and me. Prince Edward Island true to name, Grows the fruit of royalty, The King, they call it, and its fame' Has spread far o'er the sea. New Brunswick grows the Pippin rare An apple large and mellow, AYfd'bther'kinds' no whit less fair- In tmts of red and yellow. La. Belle Quebec the Fameuse grows A dainty fruit, the same Ontario 'neath smiling skies Grows fruits of many kind In her rich orchards Northern Spys Most everywhere you'll find Now Manitoba, famed for uhcat Is planting apple trees also, For hardy apples, large and sweet Her fertile plains will also greu, Saskatchewan, no apple But she feels not the loss, To her from Okanagan goes The Sp.tzcnbcrg, theMcIntosh. Alberta raises kine and wheat That earn the world's first prize {t's rightly called "Queenof the Snowi" But not an apple fit to cat, The world well knows its name She imports all her Spys Between thevmountains and the coast Grows Jonathan and the It's hard to tell which does the most To, make her people healthy. Every bay and girl who loved hlB country should eat one rtpd red Canadian Apple every day. '.THE LOVE STORY O? THE APPLES" 19 told on tlielut paie of a.beautiful Apple Recipe Book which vyti{ send >ou free if you write for it. Yon need not put stamp on your Your mother knows B ways to lerre apples. s addrcw: DEPARTMENT OF TRAPE AND COMMERCE DIVISION, OTTAWA. Mrs F S Leffingivejl of Warner, ti a visitor in "the city today. Mrs. C. D. Leader, -who has re to Lethhridgc, is living at loth fit (S. t I Mrs J Molgan, 1213 5th Ave A S will receive toniarrovv j m The Bminion Robe1 ah Lodge >.o J tli I ftOJP, will meet tomgbt at 7.jjO Al( members arc rc.iiie'ircjj toi attend, vv ill ho e'Jetti Mrs. 0eo. 'A., Ford ol Gaylord, Mich., is visiting'with Mr. and Mrs. H. Ford, Henderson Park. Persons .contributing to Mrs. J.en- Hooih, (o'oi nvnuic at the liamuaw Bazaar at' Lesley church, should leave fl33 6th St south bj Saturday, and for Mrs ir tue's booth, color, .orange, at 1232 3rd Ave. 1 he home 6f Mrs J O ?th Ave S swarmed with callers jestcrday on the occasion of a-tea given in alij ol the Fund 1 he Drawing-room was most attractive vvith its cheery grate Ate and its decorations formed by the nags at tho all es The d ning reo n Has unique with its dndo of flats uid pictures of tho British war lords 'Ins table was centered with rod and wnitfl tjcd witH1 lib-1 bon larijing out the rod, v lute and For the first liou? Vio 4'rt >C D Jolmion, Mrs Kludgp JacVsoi) gnjl Mrs .Hfjitct tWtdctnfU that pleismg function during the srcond 1-cur XhcoSrift Mrs M 3 MfttWmr, >Jr> E F Dayton, the M sses Kiginbotnam and Stoltze Mrs Stevens kindly volun- Sen ices to look after the tea and coffw T he, proceeds from tht ambuntfd Ho MS 50 Phcrc attendance of nicmbtr'i, besides saicral guests, at the lla'beais Club veatotday after- noon Aiier the business meeting, tin members .of. the history oa'cn gave a short current event. :Miss .Benr nelt's talk on the wars of Germany leading up to the present war, was exceo I ngly interesting and instruc- ttve Mrs Daniel gave a reading which was mi- u npproclated Cards were distributed among the ladies, asxing for booVs for the. TBoj s' Lib- rary which is being started in thfi v M C A Anvcne having one or more books to is asked tp nptify the tlisv will Ic called for At the clo'e e-f the nuo.ing relres'nients were served It: isn't a bit too early, for Lcthlmdge folks to commonco their Christmas shopping in real earnest. With loss than five weeks to Christmas, each day will see us handling more and more 'business. Plan your shopping Bring your toy and doll list to Toyland. We will help solve the question. Hundreds and hundreds of Toys. Space does not permit mention of them all. We quote prices on a few of our lower priced lines. Whistles...................5o Sets of Blocks .............10c Toy Furniture Sets ........10c Trumpets and Whistles ___10c Stuffed Animaiis ...........10c Hors'-t -Car! Dominoes Horse and Cart Stuffed Animals Mandolins Slates ............10c Toy Tennis Rackets 10e 10c 15c 15o 15c 15c Dolls Toys Soldier Seis Wild Indian Sola Drums Rocking Horses 25c 'Dolls up to ____ So.'OO 25c Sewing Machines to 52.00' 25c Pip.noii Me to .25c Indian Suits ..35C Soldier Suits Engines for boys Ladies' A Hover 85c values 49c These popular Allover Aprons in Scotch Print and Butchers' Linen, large shaped blba, gored skirt, fitted 'belts. Colors: navy cadet, light blue and white in chocks and Regular S5c. values These Children's Jerseys to clear at just 59c Children's'Fancy Knit Jerseys, come In cream only, mercerized finish and sizes 1 to C years in this cleaianee All 95c lines Good Sateeu Un- for 65c We cleared a manufacturer's shelves of this special line, hence the price, jl 60 v ataes_.6 c less than half price. Gopd quality sateen, neatly made, close fitting top jfccouhoa pleated flounce regular ji oO Girls' Button Boots, for This sm-iit new style in Girls Button Boots made of selected VIcl with neat founded toe with patent-tip; sizes 11 to Sflonly; V I Ladies' (Junmetal Blucher Shoes values in, these Ladies' Blucher style Gimmctal .Shoes, smart dressy mod- el, just in, out to- JSQ morrow at Boots for Men, values These neat Gunmetal and Box Calf for men; good strong working boot that will fehe good ftjgj service and fit well, all Box Calf Bluchers in Men's JSoots This snappy. English model in Men's .Box; CalE, iuuchera wJH, suit many to- ihbrrow who wear size 7-and S. These -two sizes 00 "values Everything for your Christmas call for early shopping' 2O !bs. sugar for 1.5O with carders Make your GlirMmas purchases as soon as pos- sible ajid you will havo the advantage of bettor ser- attention and better selection. Now RcUsIne. Snltiinas, Currants, Figs, Peels, Dates, Nuts etc. are ail in we carry only the best We solicit your orders. Seeded G Seedless Raifalns G packets for 5Sc Curiants, G packets for 6 c 1 pound Mixed Peal, ready cut .................25c Orange, Lemon and Citron Peel mixed.........20c Fancy Clustered Table Raisins, pound. .15c, 20c, 25c (Crystallized 1 pound, Shel'ed Walnuts Der j obnd SOc Shelled Almonds per pound 6Cc Cassia 3 pound tin far 25c Allspice 3 pound tin 25c Nuts per pound 20c New Figs per pound 6c New Figs per packet 10c Bar Sugar, three pounds for...................25 e Icing Sugar, 3 pounds for .................----.25c Lump Sugar, 3 pounds Swift's Lard, 3 pounds i ounds for 75c 10 pounds for 45 New -Season Pineapple, 2% pounds .....30c Libby's New Season Pineapple, 2 pounds Lilly's New Season Pineapple..1 pound .......15o Swift's Back-Bacon taking piece) per Aiiples. 7 nouuds for Delicious Apples, 5 pounds for.............-..: .25c Men's .Sweater Coats Popular Coats for men, near- ly every shade in this coi-iaction; .smart shawl collar, heavy 'Regular Men's Pants Hard wearing Pants in Whipconls.anrt Corduroys; smart atyle, well finished throusliout ,und are good value at Tomorrow More ol''these 98e Shirts Another sliipment bf these popular pin striped and fancy designed Negligee good mike to 18 to iJeT End Candy Treat Delicious: assortment of Chocolates, and Hand-Made Caramels 50c lines special Per pound Pillow Cases, 3 pair for Pillow Cases to clear fine iml ported English cases m 3 4 ftrt sizes tomorrow 3 pairs for V I UW Turkish Towels Heavy; quality Turkish 'Towels, .bord- ered ends also stiipes good large size per pair Hosiery Special 23c Wool and Hosiery, 'a .clean up of three odd lines, plain, 2-1 rljbbed. also 4 1 ribbed stjles sizes b to 10 to clear per paii Toilet Special Taylor's ;renowned "Blue Bird" Tariishr Ing Cream and lalcum Powder Each Cold Tar Soap Taylor's reflried_ finely milled 'Tar Soap, insures a fragrant aehght for SOG tul tath Wine Department PHONE 613 A reasonable combination. 1 bottle finest CoOsmg Brandy 1 bottle fiiie Olff ffi A dccdrations oi the xv'ill be m red and white, the colors of tho so- cicty No patos will be spared lo gt.e a pleasant half hour over the tea cups before catrj mg home the jnany snaps offered at tl c sales ttblfs The contindc ihtough the cv- emng whpn music will te providc'd bf the yo'in; people. A wide tclt mwrcst Is hetng mani- fo'sted .this'week in the Boys' Read- ing Lihratj a plan promoted by the Y.JI.O.A. of our elty. At the monthly meeting of the Ma- thcsis Club vtsterday, quite a spate of time vas devoted to the stating and discussion of this splendid plan being worked out by Mr R P ttal lace and his Committee .of six members. Postals have been mailed the citi sans as' ng for donation, and (hesp afe to fcc t.i-osen from tic IrottiL bool> shelves or merchanlg (tables (aid de anu t. e t u to s, 'on lecpvmg a rosiest to call, will en Saturday, gather m thtir hook The shelves ard rack- hive already been installed m Bovs Reading Room, end vv ill easilj accojn 500 volumes At an) tune our city can of a Public Library tic boys will willing to turn over ttnSr collcclion to it mombcrs have-'sons in this y M organizatsrn and, most Rtdorse this good movement It is n pleasure to see iH plan so tuvorablv under and Incetsng With such iplcndid success as it will Wfe ii partial solution to deed, a Public 1 ibrtry tet w all help Mr tt'JIacp ill makinf thr- Shower K dovinpour. BENNEW-McOMBER Tuesday1, Nov. 17th the home of Mr and Mrs. Chas McOmber of Pur- ple Springs was the scDne of a verj interesting event, the occasion bong the marr Rge of their daughter JI. SUSPEKD OETECIES T that'whole teg bel, to All-' ft Bennett also I m "4 hojrs and not get drunk That of Purple Spimgs ihe bride was at-jHas the gtartnng of Gcorgo rormas in tne caao against him on a, ar of pearls After the cereiuonj which was performed bv Bishop fl ks t of rvo hlsky Taber, the gu sts, j.ho numbcrol f h w Arttnl! He about scveat} five sat donn to that the 100 gallonb ot be-r All then repaired fgr 100 or morS to Hud-ion's dancing was indulged in to tire music oi the Tnb- er orchestia The pdpsibnty of the bndp and gioom ivns> shown bv the number of valuable receiV- magistrate did not see It that Vay from the evidence and Gec-rge a gallon eJ Quito number guest' were present ofj out-of-town Salt flnt, >iU seek incorporat'Oa at a city, Lieut the Hen- W A Ceeil o! the Ortnadief Guards, Is among tjie lat- est British Ulled in Prance His proposed, alter the w ar, to erect Peace Memorial flighvvjay be tvvcen fflmlsor nnd Montreal Rev S L 16ll, of Windsor, has been called to the pastorate of Cen- tral Alclhodisl church, St. Thomas, Ont S100 and one dollar NOT INCLINED TO 'COMMISSION Ottawa, Ont, Njiv Borden's reph jc-lnt delegation from the .arir.Sra and manufacturers aiklng that everything pois'blo be done to relievo tho farmers of taxa- tion Bo that production may bo in creased was that fie had doub u to whether the commission of en qnlry suggested could do tho work laW down for U in the time mention ed Nevertheless tho government would give close attention to posals las'-d- regard to as alfectlns tie Saskatoon. ol De- tectives Fred H Springer and Petec- tue Fred W Reeves were formally suspended froti] flip nolice lorce and placed under surveillance at a special meeting oi the rohce commitee held in the major t once this mormng This'action was takrai as a result of .the confession' oii Frank Beaton, a yeggman arrested some time ago. in Edmonton, stated that the ctwo detectives m question vvl o the whole detective forte of thf Sss kdtoen police di-partraent, had per- mitted these .nen to remain IB Sas-: katoon although they Inew be crlmina's artd proftifsed f priV-eotioii provided thev did ojv I erate in tho city TIB Friix (THE BUTLER) A SECRET SERVICE POLICE 'COME ;