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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor )Mt a Day Hotel In Albert! LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD The Dallas Hotel High Class Rooms' 50c, 76o and The Best 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 search (n't; to sei the most for their money, and those especially wf.fnvit' rvKiilur values: NKW SEASON'S HONEY, ONTARIO WIHTB CLOVElt, HUAKA.NTKEI) 'ABSOLUTELY Pl'lU-j, direct from the Piat Sealers ...........................45c Quart Sealers..........................80c pound tins, each..................', 10 pound tins, each CANADIAN' .exceptional quality; sooil for'cook ing or eating. Only a few cases left. Price per Other varieties ami grades at FRESH meats, quarts .....90c Pints sale, per dozen ,25c to see liovv well they can sol along here. TUo following are some of our Finest quality POTATO133- I'l'.r QUALITY EASTERN Per DO pound suck LAID dozen ...............50c 1 (JOOP STORAGE doxeii IIEST DAIRY pounds lor.......55c HEST CREAMERY Ibs'. J3MPBROR AND CORNICHEON Per pound.........'.....................20c GRAPE large size, 2 for......25c Smaller size, 3 for good value at per dozen___3Qc Larger sizes at.................40c and 50c HEAD LETTUCE, CUCUMBERS AND RIPE TOMATOES EXPECTED SATURDAY. Office: THE GOOD CO Store: p, HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone WEATHER 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. LETHBRIBGc, ALBERTA. Mas. Mill. 60 32 26 I'll 41. ntj 52 S3 Lethbridge, fair Edmonton, clear Calgary, clear...... Medicine Hat, fair Prince Albert, clear i'4 14 Moose Jaw, clear.. 55 Winnipeg, fair...... 2t! [Port Arthur, fair.. 28 -2 I The 'weather throughout the west 'has been mostly fine and mild. A few local snowflurries have occurred in. southern Saskatchewan. Forecast All and mild. CITY AND DISTRICT MARKETS SATURDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS iVinnipeg, and closing prices on the grain exchanges today were CITY AND DISTRICT Fernie Surgeon Gazetted Major Dr. Douglas Corsan of Fernie has received his appointment as surgeon j of the 107th resiment there, with the j rauk of Major. St. Andrew's Brotherhood, Notice Tomorrow, the Sunday near- est St; Andrew's the memhers o[ the St. Andrew's Brotherhood will make corporate Communion at the early service at St. Cyprian's Church at 8.30. Typos Celebrate .Four Years' Peace Lretohridse Typographical Union No. 551 celebrate the conclusion of a four- Open Close i year working agreement with the em- NOT. 1-1H I ployers with a supper, to be held to- Dee. 1-13 j night in the Sons of England Hall at S p.m. The Union.and the employers will sign up the old agreement for another year. Mr. Drewry's Condition Serious J. C. Drewry of Cowley is still ser- iously ill. ,He rallied yesterday morn- ing, and sat up'long enough to take some breakfast, but this exertion was ico much and his condition grew worse during the (lay. ilr, Drewry j is suffering from a .complication of j heart and bronchial troubles.' Red Cross at Grassy Lafce -A branch Red Cross has organized at Grassy Lake with these j Chairman, George P. Por- ter; first vice-chairman, Dr'. L.. K. i Poyntz; second vice-chairman, B.- J. James-Davies; secretary, Rev. J. H. McLean; treasurer, A. B. King. Mar 1.1SJ 1.204 Jufy 1.21 Xoy. 525 Dec. S2i-. 53- May 55S- Nov...................... 1.22 Dec............................ 1.31 Slay 1.28 .i" CASH PRICES No.' 2 Nor................... TCo. A Nor................... Ko. I.Hi I.13A '.OS? i .05 -91 Separate School Concert The children of the Separate school 1 will-hold their annual concert on Mon- Iday, November 30. at 8 p.m. sharp, this year in the. Auditorium of St. Basil's school. Admission 50 cents. Tap proceeds will go to the, Library Fund. Let everyone come and encour- age youthful ta'lent. Oats- 3 0. W 3 C. Extra No. 1 Feed -1 Feed ?so. 3 Feed i Bee....... May July Dec. May BUSINESS LOCALS Poultry L3how iir the K. of P. Build- Admissioa ing, December 1st to 4th 25c.' REMEJIBSR, you need Storm Sash, -ID ii Storm Doors and Stove Wood for -Majestic Patriotic Concert The Lethbridge-public should keep in mind the concert for. the Patriotic- Fund to take :place at the Majestic Theatre, December 4. That this concert 'will be intensely entertain- ing is 'evidenced by there being on the programme that exceedingly comic sketch, "A'Sister'to Assist 'Er." This has been repeatedly, played at the Coliseum, earn- ing a greater reputation, for hilarity each time. The fun lies not only in the plot, but in the peculiar charac- teristics brought out of the Cockney shown, by a monthly aurse and These characters are in the capable hands of Messrs. and Asqnith. Gift Goods At Saniii Clans' Store A large '-.part ;of the annual holiday worn- 'can eliminated br getting and the right We are groins to do- this.' v- We Have the cream of; the world's best gifts, scores of things for ami con-- dition. Come see our line, whether you 'are ready to buy or not. Our magnificent assort-' ment of goods and low prices will make your holiday shopping a real 'pleasure. Remember Make your selections early, and U you wish we will keep" them till Xmas-for you. (CITY AND DISTRICT Father of Grassy Lake Man Dead 0. W.. Uirsen of Grassy Lake has received-word of the sudden daath of his father at Michigan City. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Phope 555 Burned-Out Kansas Buys Autos H. Orr, of the Service depart- fires- and large blocks forjmenc.of the Hudson Motor .Co: of Ue- 48 Ivonr fire place. -Phone 362 and we M-roit, was a visitor in the city' yester- will deliver. Citizens' Lumber Co. Ltd. of_the Jocal 1.10! 1.11 1 1.16 "1.1BI l.lli 1.13 RENOVATING DON'T- THROW-AWAVr-VOUR OLD clothes. Jirs. Owen. Sullivan will ".keep them in perfect condition from hat trf boss at small expense. Ex- pert" mending and remodeling. Pact- ages called for and delivered. 1238 3rd Ave. South. j 134 llith St. N. I Don't tail to attend the Pa Concert given under the auspices of. the Alexander Chapter I.O.D.E. in the Majestic Theatre on 4. Patriotic dances, drills, choruses, etc. Tickets 50c; children 2oc. ed Attend the, Poultry Show in the K'. of P. -building. Opens 1st-'.'.Closes Friday Dec. 4th.- Adrois- In-order to secure the per cent, discount Taxes must be paid on or before Tuesday next, Dec. 1st. Be sure to see the display of fancy goods, aprons and Xmas Novelties at _________ the Bazaar to be given by the Young maid. Apply to j Ladies of St. Patrick's, December" 2nd lire 7 M Aitkln, 275 7th Ave. S. 29C-0 land 3rd, 254__o Ugent, H. T. Henderson, and on all ttriotic ths Hudson owners in the city.. Mr. Orr gives as an illustration of the variance of conditions, the fact that the heaviest demand for motor cars is coming at the present time fro'ra Kan-1 _sas, the state that was literally burn-[ ed out and up and inside out, only a year ago. The orders are mostly from farmers, too. Up to September 1 the Hudson Co. turned out 100 cars a day, i and although there has been a falling i I off since then, "Mr. Orr looks for an 11 increased business in the spring, and he states that the factory is not look- ing for any further slump. The motor We have a very complete line of the "worth while" perfumers. River's (Paris.) Roger Gal let's (Paris.) Godet's, (Paris.) Grossmith's (London.) Crown Perfumery Co.'a, (London.) Hudnut's (New York.) Harmony (Boston.) Prices from 75p to 51-50 an ounce. ALBEKTAS PIONEER DRUGGISTS J.D.HlGINBOTHAM fif'O." WHOLESaU: RETAIL CHEMISTS 'AND DRUGGISTS car business is. pretty accurate gauge on conditions, for autos are most decidedly a luxury at the pre- sent time, and people are buying them just the same. North Lsthbridge Ratepayers to Meet SXortli Lethbridge Ratepayers ns- sociution will hold a meeting on Tuesday evening next to discuss muii- icipal problems. Persona! Mention j James D, Smith, chief, ami Oliver Blue, assistant chief 'weed inspectors for the in the city yes- terday, registered at the Alexandra. Judge and .Mrs. J. A. Jackson motor- ed to Raymond this afternoon with Police Magistrate Elton. The Men's Own The Men's Own in Westminster church' at 4 p.m. Sunday is to be ad- dressed by Dr. Levering on the topic "The Supant in the Body." This ad- dress should Attract a large body of men. The soloist is Mr. Chas. Far- A hearty invitation is extend- ed to all the men of the city. Gospel Ship Services Popular hymns illustrated wiili j i beautifully colored lantern slides will j be a feature of the service on Sun- day evening at the S. A. Citadel. Cap- tain Tutte's. address will be on the [subject, "Sailing; to the Port of G'Jory." Tlie'Citadel and ship built on the plat- form has been tastefully decorated flags. All. are warmly invited to I look in and enjoy the sea breezes to- j morrow. District Court Cases In the .District Court this morning, Judgs Jackson heard two elections for speedy tnale. T. Boswinot' elect- ed to be tried summarily on a charge of falsifying a statement of wages, iand Nick Galisczchuk pleaded "Not guilty" to a charge of forgery, and elected for a speedy trial. His case was remanded until November 30, while no date was set for Boswinof's trial. Grass Lake B. of T. Organized -The Grassy Lake Board of Trade has been re-organized with these of- ficers; President, George P. Porter; Vice-president, O. W. Larsen; secre- tary, J, Clark Knox; treasurer, Park- er Carrnthers; Salvage, E. J. James-pavies, Dr. Poyntz, E. Wat- turn and J.. K. Craig were appointed members of the executive. Weekly meetings will be held, and some of the matters it is proposed to deal with are; Securing from the Dominion gov- ernment assurance of a supply of good clean seed for every' acre of whether owned .or leased, -that can be put under crop next spring; extension of the C.P.H. irrigation sys- tem to the district; settlement, of j farms that are'net being cultivated; securing a government demonstration I farm for the district water supply; to encourage and assist farmers to'take up stock raising; development natural resources. Tlie inner part of the wheat berry ground, .bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. 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 donated to Patriotic Fund Registration of Births Notice is hereby given to pnrents and others that the Registration ol all Bn ths in the City of Lethbridge is re- quired by law, and must be made within one month from date of.Birth. Anyone failing to do so is liable lo prosecution and fine. B. BOWMAN, Registrar. Regisliars Office, A'eadia Building, 3rd Avenue S. C.P.R. Official J. J. baggage" ag- ent, of Calgary; is CARD OF THANKS I .wish, to thank the .many kind Criends- Con'their beautiful tokens of sympathy in my recent 'bereavement, and especially to the Ladies ot the Eastern Star of which my beloved wife was a late member. ALLAN JACK. Imperial Bank of Canada Capital Paid Eoserve Fund.................. Total Assets Over Head Officer-Toronto D. R. WiLKIE, President Hon. ROBERT JAFFRAY, Vice-Pretldent SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of; Sl-00 and upwards-received and interest allowed from date of deposit. tETHBRlOGE BRANCH .W.; R. SEATLE, Manager A fitvi School Trustee Honorary Veteran At a-special: meeting, of the rate- Lt.-Ool. J. M.tckay, officer command payers of Grassv Lake school rtis-; ing the 107th regiment, with heact- triet, W O Ljons was olecte 1 trustee qur.rters at Fernie, has bera appoint to succeed 3. N. Eldredse, who had ed an honorary member of the Nelson resigned and District Veterans' association. (T B. C. GRANULA TED SUGAR Just an Ordinary Bentley Special for Busy Saturday Night Shoppers Other Snaps Listed Below are Even Better Women's Winter Underwear Tonight 28c a Garment neck vest, ankle length drawers, warranted un- shrinltaWe: Regular 60c. Heavy Cotton Underwear, long sleeve and high. Women's Satin Underskirts SI.40 The are black, nary, royal and brawn, regular prices J5.00. Choice Grocery SiiapS--A few Saturday_ evening specials at j Bentley prices and Bentley qualities. Ask lor your car fare fcUC 20c BANANAS Special per dozen ORANGES Special per dozen B. C. SUGAR, 20-lb sack, special STERLING PICKLES; regular Special per bottle'............. I OO HEINTZ MUSTARD DRESSING Regular Special per bottle BAKING POWDER, 12 ounce, Shield brand', reg. 20c Special per tin 1 grade, regu- lar V;