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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FUSE eUt TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor 11.25 i Day Hotel In Alb.ru LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD The Dallas Hotel High Clau Roomi 75c and The Beit Meals In the City Taylor Made Flour "Pride of Alberta" and "Mother's Favorite" The Contents Tell the Tale Quality Combined With Low Prices ARE WHAT COUNT THESE DAYS. Everybody is searching to got most for their money, and those poop'e especially we invite to see how well they can yet aloiiK-.here. The .following arc some our regular values: SEASON'S HONEY. ONTARIO WHITE CLOVEK, GI.'ARA.NTEED ABSOLUTELY' I'UHK, direct from the producer 1'int Sealers Qiinn Sealers ..........................SOc pound tins, each 111 poumi tins, each CANADIAN exceptional quality; good for cooking or eating. Only a few cases left. Frico per case ..................S1.2S Other varieties ami grades at FRESH meats, quarts .....90c! On sale, per dozen ..............25c Finest duality 1'er cwt. BUST QUALITY BASTEHN Per 90 pound sack LAID Per dozen ........50o GOOD STORAGE! Per '.'35c BEST DAIRY 2 pounds for SSo I1EST CKBAMJ5KY 8 Ibs for EMPEROR AND COIiNICHEON Per pound 20c GKAl'K Extra large size. 2 for 25c Smaller. size, 3 for 25c ORANGES Extra good value at per dozen. ,30c Iju-ger sizes at .We and 50e HEAD LETTUCE, CUCUMBERS AND RIFE TQMATOES EXPECTED SATURDAY THE GOOD CO. Plane 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phrae 525 KLENZO ERASES DIRT OF EVERY. DESCRIPTION Can be used without be used where an all round cleaner is no injurious chemicals or lye. ON SALE AT DRUG, GROCERY AND HARDWARE STORES MANUFACTURED-BY The Klenzo Manufacturing Co.. Ltd. ALBERTA. MARKETS i FRIDAY'S GRAIN PRICES -.-IVinnipeg, Nov. and closing prices on the grain exchanges friiay' were Open Close Nov............................ 1.16 1.15 Dec. 1.15 1.14 May 1.20 i.-19'.J July 1.21-J 1.21 A7ov............................ 52} 52; Bee. ,...........................52 May Jfqv............................ 1.2U Dec.; 1.231 1.21" May.............I..... 1.28 i CA'SH PHMiEB Ko. 1 Nor................... No. 2 Nor Nor CITY AND DISTRICT S. O. E. Attention The Sons are invited to a game of Carpet Ball at the Oddfellows Hall at 8 p. m. tonight. Moose. From the North Delany's 'Limited, received a fine moose from the north yesterday. The first to arrive this season. For Patriotic Fund T.ue Mounted Police at Lethbridge contributed 3102.21 to the Canadian Patriotic' Fund. H o 1 i day O n i n g O ff e r Saturday, November 28th Two Golf! Fish ind Globe Free With all purchases of Holiday Goodsi amounting to Oiie Dollar or more including The inner part of the wheat berry and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. CITYt AND DISTRICT For Adults BRASSWARE, BURNT LEATHER' GOODS, PURSES, BOOKS, XMAS CARDS, CONFECTIONERY, EBONY AND IVORY GOODS, TOILET SETS, F.OUNTAIN PENS, KODAKS, MANICURE SETS, SAFETY RAZORS, NOVEL- TY ARTICLES IN BISQUE, SEWING.SETS, WRITING PIPE RACKS, TOBACCO POUCHES AND TOBACCO JARS, MUSIC ROLLS. For Children TOYS, DOLLS, ROCKING HORSES, DOLL VELOCIPEDES, WAGONS AND SLEIGHS, GAMES, TRAINS, ELECTRIC, STEAM ,AND HOT AIR TOPS, SOLD- i'ER SUITS, SWORDS, GUNS, AND MANY OTH. ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION Come To Our Opening Bring The Children Red Cross Drug Book Company, Limited -Eats Turkey Mere L .H. is city for a co'upie' spomllrig the Yankee Thanksgiving at his city hciac. ''Carpet Ball" A series of exhibition games In the City C. B., League; -will be played in Moose: 2ml1 Ave! S. at S p.m. to- night. Strangers welcome. WEATHER Remember This In order to. secure the 5 per cen discount taxes must be paid on' o No. 3 So. 4 Ko. 6 Feed Kp. 2 C. W................. Extra No; 1 Eeed f So. 1 X. W. C............ JIIN-N'EAPOLIH -Dec. 1.12J Jlay H7J 'Juiy f CHICAGO 'Dec. Slav ...C................ before Tuesday nest, December 1st. Meeting' Needed Here The Board of Trade meeting yes terday attended, both "the president and secretary being absent However a meeting' 'was held, and a report on the Cpalhurst irrigation meeting was received. It was sug Uestsd by one those present tha 1-08 jit to.hold a meeting in 1.0-1 j the. city to interest business men i: {the irrigation scheme proposed for S4 i north of the river. j CA1LLAUX IN EXILE Discovjry Made That Germany Re gards Him as Best Friend mistery is connected the sudden departure for South 1.16s j America of Joseph Catllaux, former premier and minister of finance, who accompanied by bis wife, the A I.I'T; central figure in a sensational murder i case a.Jew months ago. j The newspapers :here merely men jtion the fact that .M.'and -Wme. Cail lanx left from Bordeaux Saturday on ;oes to Puerto slumped badly, on iveak Eu-i tne Pemu, which go cables_todaj The earlv raorn-jCaDella Guayra LOCAL MARKETS Wheat s lopean cables louay jnc ear.v raorn-, Cabella Venezuelo mg advices were down, and that he 'buy lies for local marker fell below ol.OO for the France. It Is hinted, however, tha first time m some The flue- the man whom dermany called hei tuation toJa; was the greatest {rlend Jn jyjnce is golng any one day in the past months. GRAIN PRICES threa to enforced exile. That may be a j statement, but H is believed extra ordinary that a man who had the rank No. 1 Nor No. 2 Xor.... 95 No. 2 A.R.W.... 95 recently re-elected a member of the i Nor 90 3 R Oats LIVE STOCK (live) 6 cows 5 The Figaro, was the most power- teifeis, 5'r veal 7i 5 wethers, 5j. dressed 7 to 9." Mme. Gaiila'ux tpoii up Red Cross 10, sprmcs after her acquittal in the latter 'jpart of July and has. since .been ac- lively engaged in that line. Caillaux No. 1 A.R.W, ..98 of paymaster in 'the, army, who was ..95 recently re-elecied a member of the 90: chamber of deputies, and who up un- i5' til the trial of "bis; wife for the mur- der of Gas tun Calmette, the editor (of The Figaro, was the most power- ful politician In France, should leave France in time cf war. HAY Timothy Timoth) and alfaha Alfalfa Blue-joint VEGETABLES B C Potatoes, twt 00'himself has been heard from since he was to the paymaster's de- IQ'JJQ partment. It -was reported, but not la'.Oj; confirmed, that he went to the front i and offered to give favored 1.85 rnent to the soldiers from his elec- Local, per cwt. Onions Turnips Beets Pa trots N B Poiaioes, per 90 Ib sack l.li district (the department of the I i; Sarthel.lt was also said that he made a speech reflecting on the British JS troops. For that statement he was said to have been sentenced to a week In prison by .General Gallieani, the military governor of Paris. When .ut General Joffre heard of it he doubled the sentence. Only about ten days ago; to prove French people have- not for- gott'en; about. Calilaux, he and his were publicly insulted, while driving through .the streets ot Paris. A crowd that gathered greeted him with cries of "German spy." TO GET BACK TO LAND Nor 21 to itim to the loll, irtcre (hey will be ore In their element, ieren1 icons tin of firmen bi tntaltf end Btinct are willing to up their. Int city land propeftlM at a iaf; itlon of in eichante for hich they will wllliBglr up TEAS, houses and necesstry and equipment to give them a tot itnk Lethbridgs, fair Edmonton, clear Calgary, cloud v Medicine Hat, fair Prince-.Albert, JIax. 40 .34 .40 fair 12. 35 clear.. Winnipeg, fair....... S4 Port Arthur, clear... .nIV Kamlcops, clear The weather in Manitoba and Sas- katchewan has been fair.-and cooler. At night in. Alberta it has been fair a'nd comparatively mild. Forecast .All today and on Sat- urday; becoming milder. GITY AND DISTRICT Goei to Calgary and Edmonton .Major Stewart left Lethbridge. last night for Calgary and _ he TvIH visit the recruiting of- 'ices where men -.are' :being '-enlisteii or the Alhertn battery, which-is to train here. Training School Last night greater interest manifest and larger numbers, sent at the City Training school tan unday school workers liall than on any previous Wes'iey j evenin Baby Coiigh Syrup Js; especially for Baby's. Coughs and "Colds. Very 'pleasant to trie not upset the sensitive to loos- en and raise the tains nothing harmful. 'We re- commend Us use in croups and heavy colds. PRICE, 25 The gfeggK Store CITY AND Augmented'Orchestra at Starland In conjunction .with >a complete change of pictures at Starland'today the Starlatid 'Concert' orchestra have arranged'a siieclal musical tirogram containing 'all the latest and moat popular.seleetions.of the-season. Lov .ers of. good music will nate a'treVt 'at Starlana'tonlgn't. :Merthflnt3''" In coanection with the advertise- ment inserted in Thursday's Herald by -the i Bentley Co., Commissionei Heid wishes to 'say that the Bentley Co. received no special privileges that any other store in the city could not get. The Bentfey Co. merely bought tickets from the system at the regu- lar -rates; and isjhaving the name of .the firm .printed on them, as has been done in past cases by enterprising i business Vmen. Any firm .ia the citv I Giving Up .Business Owing-to the .unsatisfactory busi- ness derjved from their. men's, and boys' Rylands and Co. are discontinuing these lines. JIT. Allen who has been in charge of this department, is -leaving on .Monday to accept a position In-'CrumheUer. This Section of the gtore-hns been leased, to i npw takes possession at the end of ;ihe year. Naval Sunday at the Citadel Nothing 'has 'ever beeri held at the Citadel than the brccial nual servii.es to tave phce during the coming nl Tins is especi ally appropriate -when so large a number of Britishers are 'afloat in1 the AS AN EXT.RA _ To Big Feature. 'Ph'otoplsTya' AT STARLAND'TONIGHT Hear the 6-Plece CONCERT ORCHESTRA floating ramparts of the Empire and among them many Salvationists be- longing to the Army and Navy Lea- gue of the Army. A ship will be erected on the platform and (lags will decorate the Citadel, making a pretty effect: The hymns will be of a naufeical charac- ter, and Captain Tutte will deliver addresses appropriate to.the'occasicfi. The services will be held at 11 a.m., 3 and 7.30 p.m....... On Monday at 8 p; m. a song ser- vice will be given by the. Citadel .Songsters as the crew of. the Gospel ship. RIectrical efieots, illustrated hymns-and special music will .make this a very'. interesting service. Ad- mission 10 can do the same thing, he says, it requires" is the money. All One hundred and nineteen students registered in the specialization-.sec- tion. The lecture the Bible by Kfev. Mr. Cobbledick ir.lpnsely Call at the-Wicket The post office authorities-ask that Vlsitars in, the City Among the visitors registered at the hotels today were W. F. Nelson of Calgary, George Brown and George p. j Court of Raymond, Sara Feebei fli Stirling, James Thompson 'and V G [Henderson of Ccutts, A. N. Mclntyre land wife of Carjnangay, J. H. Gag- 1 hie'r of Taber and F :H. Bllert of Milk River. George-iH.-Webster, who hid ttie contract" for grading 25 miles of the Lethbridge1 Weyburn line from Fere most east, this year. ...was in. the city today, closing u-p some business in that connection. nterestins and inaiructlve and pre-j those not being able to'secure their eated a new vision of conservatively jn tneir b0xe3 cau at the general lodern method of nible study. Th outline of tonight's iecture and conrs es will be as Bilj'ie study "The' practi cai-use of. the .Scriiitures for definite religious D. ROEE. Executive officers: "Bringing -the pupi! to a decision for Ross. Beginners and primary: "Specia C. IX JIcKJnnon.' Junior: "Aim p! Junior Jrs. C. C. Stover; 'Teen Age Boys: "A Model Boys H. B. McEIyea; eacher, 'Teen Age f'Hpw- to (each eniperartce and liov; to create a'ihis ionary spirit 'alpeuny. Adults: "A Model Adult resident, R. teacher, F Temperance: .'-How church 'and unday school organizations canjielp if ward the cause of ev. A. C. Bryan.-' AS AN EXTRA To Big1 Feature Photoplays KAT STARLANO TONIGHT Hear the Apiece CERT, ORCHESTRA Special Show of Holland Embroideries this week at Miss FitmerV 1110 3rd AVENUE SOUTH deiiyery. At Reasonable Prices That Is our ambition. We v know that the ccst of living iv is away higher than it should 'f be. We therefore exercise all our experience -and know. wisely and well. Qar meat.js the talent in this town for the Tirice -you pay. 'Come In today and sec it. Sir. not BUSINES8LOCALS Poultry Show in the-K. of P. Build- ing, December 1st to 4th Admission 350. String Auction. Watch Wright's window Saturday. Goods H to all in-plaia sight, at fi a pull. Don't fail to attend the Bazaar in the Coaldalo Blook, Saturday aCter- iloon or evening. 'Come and secure some bargains at the sain this evening at St. Augustin's bazaar. Music and refresh- ments provided. Delicious iiorae-iiinile candy for sale. RI21IF.MBKH. you need Storm Saul] Storm Uodrs snn Stove Wood for kindling- anu large blocks for your Phone 362 and we will.dhlivor; OitSzens' Lumber Co ltd 134 liilh ;Bt! K. Don't fall to atumd the Pa riotlc Concert given.' under the auspices of Alexander Chapter I.O.D.B. in thi? on Friday. Dec 4 Patriotic .dances, drills, choruses, etc. Tickets' nOc; .children 25c. No resefv- ed Attend the Poultrj- Show in the K. of P.; building. Opens Tuesday, Dec. 1st.; Pioses Friday Dec. 4tU. Admls: s'lon 25c, 111. order ta secure the 5 per cent, discount tases must be paid on or before .Tuesday neit, Dec. .lit. String auction. Wotch Wright's window Saturday.' Goods to (20 all In plum-sight at ?1 a null. -You.wiir'mlss'it if you fail to buy some cf the fancy articles at the Ba- zaar Satiirdai' afternoon. There will bi dainty'aprons, children's coats, etc. Also Boo'd homc-mado :and'-home-made candles galore. Former- Controller .J. -J; Ward of Toronto'Is reported dying at his home. Bcnven E. Aylosworth, ei-M'.P.'P. for Lcnnbx. Ont., is dead. RAINBOW BAZAAR Auspices Wesley Ladies' Aid in Wesley Hall Tuesday, December 1st, 1914 from 3 to 6 o'clock There will be a Cooking-Table and Home-made Candy. .Afternoon tea will be served. 10 of proceeds will be donated to Patriotic Fund Even jn the tine depend upon 'irfding here every thing demanded" bv the particular housewife In the way of FANCY and STAPLE GPOCEP1ES of the right quality and the1 lowest prices fo( CASH Just a Few of This Week's Specials pounds for ?1.50 with Grocery-Orders. Canned Coril, Fjsas and Beans for 35c Per 35 Canned Soup. Van "Camp's, as- sorted, 3 for 35c Canned (hand pack- ed) for 25c Larger ;i for 40c Straw'oerries, Haspber i 3 or Chcmes l er tin Or 5 for Evapor'ated Peaches, Evaporated Prunes, '2 ros...25c Eyapbrated 2 lljs...35c Evaporated Pears, 2 Ibs 45o "Raisins, 3 .25c Raisins, Sultana1. -.2 Ibs for..35c Curranto, cleaned 2 for 2 c 2 Jbs for 35c Orange 'or-- Lemon Peel (cnndl for: 350 IfellpWl neleeted, 2 pack- ets for 25c Porridge Oats, Robin' Hood. large .carton ;.28c NOTE PHONE NUMBER 1657 Camp Coffee, Essnni; Sidt. Large size Tea, Kinnear.-Special; 3 Ibs for Wethey's Mince Jlijat, 2 packets. for 25e Pancake Flour, 2 jikts Olives (new stock, plain or stuff1- ed-----15c, 20c, 26c.. 35, 60, 85c Eiiual per tin Larger size Boast Beef, per tin........ .300 Beef per tin 'MO Corn Boef, 2 Ib. tin.........Me Slinlignt and LifeJiuoy 11 I bars, for k 'soe 2 oars for flOO Hone> new season 6 Ib pail 95c Dairy Butter 3 Ibs B5c Creamery Ib. 35c Cheese 2 Ibs for 4Ce TO OUT OF TOVVN CUSTOM ERS WE PREPAY, FREIGHT on Assorted Ordsrs. Central Cash Grocery On Clnr lino 801 9th Buff Add. ;