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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 30, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FHEE TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor a Day Hotel In Albtru LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD The Dallas Hotel High Cl9li BOc, 76a'nnd J1.00 The Beit Mtali'ln-the City Taylor Made Flour "Pride of Alberta" and "Mother's Favorite" The Contents Teli the Tale A Better Quality than these goods are has no man AT THE NEW GOODS Seeded Raisins, Victoria Cross, fancy LG 02. packets, -two for ;.......................25c Valencia Raisins, lurge 'beautiful stock 2 Ibs. for................................25c. Sultanas, the .'genuine goods, imported, oz. packuts, each ...............20o Sultanas, bleached Caiffbfnia. pur 15c California large size, per Ib....... 15c Smaller ones for less money. Evaporated Peaches, fancy stock, 2 Ibs. for 25c. Ontario Pure White Clover Honey, direct from the producer. Pints 45c.: Quarts 80c. 5 Ib tins 10 Ib. this Shelled Walnuts, halves, unbroken per Ib. ,'60c Shelled Almonds, per Ib.................. 60c. Candied Grango Peel, per 20c. Candied Lemon Peel pur ib, 20c. Candied Citron Peel, per Ib............. 25c Candied Mixed Peel per Ib................ 25c. Ready-Cut, 1 Ib, boxes each 30c. Apples, very finest Canadian Spies, heavy weights, all No. 1's, per case Apples, Wagners, Greenings, Roman Beauties, and a number of others, same pack mid grade as Spies all No. Vs. per case Apples, Ontario Spico. -Tibs, for........... 25c Apples, other kinds for less money. YOU WILL PROFIT BY KEEPING IN TOUCH WITH OUR ADVERTISEMENTS THE GOOD HiGH-CLASS GROCERIES 52a KLENZO ERASES DIRT OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Can be used without be used where an all round cleaner la no Injurious chemicals or lye. ON SALE.AT DRUG, GROCERY AND HARDWARE STORES MANUFACTURED BY The Klenzo Manufacturing Co., Ltd. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. WEATHER Max. 39 Min. 18 20 .04 Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, cloudy Calgary, fair 3S lledlciue Hat, clear 46 IS Prince Albert, fair 20 -'0 Moose clear.. 49 17 Winnipeg, cloudy.. 4- i4 Port Arthur, cloudy 42 36 The weather, throughout the ivest- i era provinces has been fair and mild. i A few flurries have occurred in northern Alberta. Forbcast I All local snowfalls or 'flurries, but mostly fair, and turning colder, MARKETS MONDAY'S GRAIN MARKETS Winuipegm Nov. closing prices on the grain exchange-. loday were Open Clo'si 1.161 1.15 1.1H 1.15 Vov..... Dec.......... May July...... Oats- Nov.......... Dec......... 33 1.21 1.31 WINNIPEG CASH PRICES No. 1 Nor................... 1.15 No. 2 Nor.......... 1.13 No. 3 Nor............ 1.08 Oats- No. 2 C. W........ 52- MINNEAPOLIS Dec.......... CHICAGO 1 12J 1.18J -1.13} i in 1.17T 1.12 1.18: Dec May; 1.13, KANSAS .WHEAT SETS MARK Topeka, Kan., NOT. Kan 1914 amounted "to tuahell, with a value eeti mated at according to the annual wheat crop report of the Kaana Board oi .Agriculture, issued yeiterday. Thii Is nearly double the jFalee of the state's nut most yalu able crop, that of 1909, when tne ectlmated value-of the crop was Cats.' Fawke. mistaken for a. deer, PM'Bhot dead at Comox, B.C. _ ARE YOU PATRIOTIC? BUY Made in Canada SKATES We aall the famoua Automobile Skate Unlveraallx recegnlzed at the Beit in the World, and it It Made in Canada IPHnefl: to vNfrt how chtip, but how GOOD. THeVARI GUARANtfED o. f, Aunt Indian Motor Phone' 1032 8th Expert Skete tharpenure Announces His Candidacy for School Economy Information Being requested by many friends and a number of ratepayers, Arthur Hayr has decided .to. present bimsel as a camiidate for: the School Board election. Haying given the matter due consideration he finds that he mil have the. time to give school matters the attention they deserve. Mr...'Hayr -.takes the position of a School Board trustee seriously and as CM of responsibility. In an inter- view with the Herald he said, "1 would, certainly "work oa the lines of strictest economy in the maintenance of, the schools, but shall always bear in mind that economy should not im- pair tbe efficiency oi the teaching staff. It elected, I .would bring to bear on school matters the same ibusi- ness ability I hare at all times used in conducting my own private af- fairs." "Ecraomy with efficiency" will DC Mr, Hayr's slogan. SOME INFORMATION; Witb the elections only two. weeks ofi some .questions are be'tng asked by .on the street, who wants information. The date of nomination s next Monday, December 7, while election: comes one_week later, Dec! 14, the hours of 9 a-m. and 8 p, m. Tbe qualifications of a candidate are tbai he shall be a ratepayer, taxes on-property whose as- sessed value is or over. As lad- mar not only pay tares'but vote also, they are eligible as candidates (they 'have the same qualifications as male voters. Tenants have a vote on school board elections as on mu- Ic.pal, provided their names are on tbe Toters1 list. Those Ariose taxes go toward the of the public schools ote only for public school trust-ees. Those who pay toward Separate chopl taxes, vote only for Separate chobl trustees, the date of whose lection is also oh Dec. 14. The question is asked whether ratc- iayers not British subjects, may vote, They may, under the charter, hut the proposal of the Dominion government to prevent alien enemies :rom voting on municipal elections may preclude them from -doing so. This would slop Germans, Auetrians and Turks from voting, but any oth- II name is on the list, though he may not yet be natural- ized, will have a vote as usual. CITY AND DISTRICT Kentishmen, Notice The Kentish association -holds its monthly meeting in St. Mary's hall tonight at S o'clock. Back to Taber R. A. Van Orman has returned from the Cochrane ranch at Cardsion, and will reside on his farm near Taber in future. Taber Boys for Front Taber's contribution to the second cantingentcen tin gent is as -felloes: Second Contingent, Cartnell, Jack Bateman, N, Applehy, Alex; Forgie, Joe Pryde. T. EriesS, Frad Whitecock, Jack Oxley, -AVm. Nodin. Green anil Gunner Barclay. THREE DROWNED IN NETLEY LAKE Selkirk, Man., Nov. O. Goodman, clerk at the Lingar -Hotel; his 12-year-old son, and FraaX TWohey, Ueg ar barber, were drowned In Red filvtr, near Netiej- Lalre Rev. Aldridge Resigns At a meeting of tho executive of the Alberta Temperance and Moral Reform league, members resident in Edmonton, held in the office of the league on November ;27; 1914, at 4 p.m., the resignation of Rev. A. i tl. Aldridge, associate stcretary of the eague, was duly considered ac- cepted. Mr. Aldridge has worked, for the league since March excellent service. His resignation was the outcome acceptance of. the Conservative -nomination as-a can- didate for the Federal house in the constituency, of 'Edmonton South at Claresholm District's Contribution The men have'gone'or are go- ing from Claresholm-.and' district to serve the Empire at the..front-include the following: 1 Samuel Lloyd "Boyce, Meadow Creek; Samuel p.. Bryan, Guy Boddy, Lewis erick Connori, Vance W. Cummins, James P. Davies, Daniel Dougan, rThebdore DeC. Falle, Robert" J, Forbes, Leslie K. Franklin, T." Gray, Arthur J. Groves, Harry Robert M. Larkin, R. P. -Kingscote, .David Lin- ton, .W. Dudley Munro, -Wm.-Prit- chard, James S. Harry Rus- all of Claresholm; George; I. Kir- wan, Thos. E.-Oliver, John N. Pngh, Odo M. Simpson, Wm. M. Walshe, all of llacleodr Harry. B: Gates.and Richard D.- Miles, of Carmangay; William Reid, Stavely, and James Turner, Granum.' Gift Goods At Santa XJlaus- Store A large part oi- the annual holiday worn--can; be eliminated by the right .people aud the light gitts together. ...We are going to make an "effort to do this. We have the "cream "of the world's best gifts, scores of things for every age and con- dition. Come aud see 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 if you wish we will keep them till Xmas for you. The Red Cross Drug Book Limited Third Ave. S. BRITISH FLEET IS READY FOR GERMANS 1 baehet Powder We have a very of the "worth whil pmplete line perfumers. Piver's (Paris.) Roger GalletV (Paris.) Godet's, (Paris.) i H, Grosemith's (Lorfdon.) Crown Perfumery Co.'s, (London.) Hudnut's Harmony (Boston.) Prices from an ounce. Montevideo, Nov. recent reports that the German fleet is now i In the South Atlantic appear to have been confirmed here today. It Is also j rumored, that a powerful British fleet j Is nearby. j Interruption of British shipping and outfitting of German merchant ships with supplies were accepted here as confirming reports of the ap- j preach of the German is j now believed to be off the mouth of the river Plata. i The German steamer Patagonia Is being loaded here with provisions; j the Sierra .Cordoba with coal and the Mera with coal and water.' Sailings of British steamers from Montevideo and the Brazilian port, Santos, have been abandoned. BRITISH PATROL ATLANTIC New York, least 12 British warships are patrolling the Atlantic between Mew York and the i Panama Canal, sweeping the seas their, wireless, crowding ordin- ary commercial radios from the air and. keeping, close check on .all forms of. shipping, according to wireless op- erators on the steamship Ancon that 'arrived here today from Cristobal. The -wifeless activity of these war vessels, the operator said, is causing great inconvenience to the commer- cial work of American vessels, as the high powertd wa-ves of the .men of w.ir are .heard continually in utter disregard of' commercial business, MONTEVIDEO HAS NEWS The 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 Tomorrow, Tuesday, 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 Look Here! Why not grow- a crop that never fails; have grown it'-for ten years and never-had a fail- dry T wet, two of hay, and, this year I raised eer- eral hundred pounds of the best Alfalfa seed DOBB not kill out in winter. Grown right here at home, at Raymond. Will sell cheaper than you can, im- port from any other country. CHAS. BUHLEN Peking, -Chin Using, the ex-prelect of Sim Tien Fu, the which-Peking is situ- ated, has been, eKecutcd by shooting because of bribery and corruption, for selling officers under him and accept- ing "squeeze Wang Chili Using held Buenos Ajres, Nov. mihUn rank ot I icutoiant-Gen- ere irom Montevideo insist case li received hi there is good reason to believe that the German squadron which has buen operating in the Pacific Ocean is at present in the-. South Atlantic. Nei- j ther the French nor the British lega- tion here hiivp any information to confirm these rep'orts, nevertheless, private despatches give them crr.- ilcnce. It- is related among other. things that several German steamers are preparing to leave Montevideo to provision the German warships. Reports that the German 'Pacific squadron 'had succeeded in making its way to the Atlantic have been cur- rent .for two days. Under date .of November 28 Montevideo reports that the German squadron had been siglit- las ca iscd great ox- m political circles in China, especially because General Wang was a personal friend of "Yuan Shi Kai. Ifc is reported that the president sent an. emissary to the family ot the General, informing them of his rc- grrb for hiving to fulfil the law in stamping out corruption and his in- tcntion to provirii sue 01 tlic famity lor the' maintcn- GERMAN CRUISERS NOW OFF BRAZIL Montevideo, Nov. is report- ed here that the German Pacific squadron has been sighted 600 miles north cf Punta Hillar, Brazil, direct- northeast the ing its course Atlantic. London, Nov. Christ- ALHERM'S PIONEIH DRlfifilSTS J.D.HlGINBOTHAM tCu L. IHtlTL t> WHOLESALE ANO RETAIL CHEMISTS AND DRUCC.1S7S Change to European Plan and after December 1, the Motorcycle Went Crazy, threw Rider Pitched like a cannon shot from a motorcycle going at: the 40 miles an knocked, uncon- scious yesterday about noon on the corner of Third, avenue and .Ninth street, was an experience upon Vincent jewelry -worker in" the employ of E..A. Ewart of this city. The injured young man was immed- ately picked up by fiiends who "were extenshe alterations and thoroughly close by and taken to Dr. Galbraith's trenovated and re-decorated .the, build- office, where air examination proved 'iniJ. :hat no bones were broken, and noth- ng more serious than-a bad shaking ip resulted from' the accident. The young .man after- being reviv- ed 600 miles north of Punta Hilar, Brazil, -heading north-east. NEWCASTLE OFF CALIFORNIA San Francisco, Nov. 30. iana correspondent says a cablegram Japanese and one British., warship received there from Antafogasta says and two Japanese colliers were j a German cruiser stopped the Nor- sighted off Magdalen a Bay, lower i wegian ship Helicon in Chilean wa- California, last Monday by the Am-'ters ind compelled her to give up her erican. freighter Aztec, now in port cargo of coal. The captain of the !here from The British steamer reported the port side of the light cruiser Newcastle, a sister ship Helicon wa bidlv crushed during the of the Glasgow .and the Japanese, tranter of the coal and the vessel cruiser Idzumo, both-of which, have! mast dork Cor repair1? lorig been patrolling the Pacitic coast j were recognized, but another Jap-j __ anese cruisei and Japanese ,battle-j ship were to the Aztec's officers. Castle Hotel will, be_operated _on the European plan. Mr. Hansen has made T id, was taken; to-the Y.M.C.A., where is resides. Every attention was giv- en to Jiim by the boys there, where he _a vary popular -figure.' Today he s feeling very, resting nicely rid will soon be Up and around. The accident was caused by the fail- to work properly of certain ad- ustments of ..The-rider tarted from 'En-art's; jew- iry store and rounded the co'rner of 'bird avenue going at .an ordinary lacb. i-Suddenly the machine' leaped orwaYd, gathering speed as it went. The rider something-; was vrdng, and gut the rake refused to'work. He attempted o shut off the gas, but failed in this, Tiie rider- e turned the corner of ie doesn't but It. was .A'jgood hing probably that he did, .for the iiaenine was gelnljig 'momentum and lad he been going faster ml have come.off so luckily when -he inevitable was due to happen. AR he turned the corner the raacnine fell over, and the rider was 'thrown 'with the Aid He takea his cheerfully, and expects in a to take another iSLl ma- BUSINESS LOCALS Poultry Show in the K. Of P. Ouil ing, December 1st to 4th. Admission Don't' fail to attend the Patriotic Concert given under the auspices of the Alexander-Chapter I.OOMS. in the Majestic Theatre on Friday, Dec. 4, Patriotic dances, drills, choruses, etc. Tickets 50c; children 25c. No ed seats. Attend the Poultry Show in the K. of P. building. Opens, Tuesday, Dec. 1st. Close's Friday Dec..4th.' sion 25c. In order to the 5 'per cent, discount Taxes must be paid on before Tuesday next, Dec. 1st. 2c siire to see the display of fancy goods; aprons and Xmas Novelties at the -Jtazaar' to be given by. the Young Ladies of St. Patrick's, December 2nd and 3rd; The A. O. F. and Companions of 'the Forest will, hold a whist drive and dance in lUirgman'B hall on Decent; iber 3rd, comraenoirig at S o'clock: Gents Me1, ladies' 25c. Wright's, closes on, Wednesday Owing fo the in- terest-taken In this auction a ISO.OO tea'set be In the-'window for Wed- nesday. Someone will get this for a lollar. 297-1 .Raymond Alta, THROW RADIUM INTO STOVE Reno, milligranis of radium, valued at recov- ered today from a kitchen stove by Dr. Raymond.St. Glair, a surgeon, and he now faces the problem of sifting the radium .from the-, ashes. The sub- stance, contained ia a capsule, -was mislaid after an operation, -and was cast into the stove with gauze band- ages. GERMAN GENERAL .KILLED Berlin, Nov. Ferdinand Dan ken sbh well, in. com- mand of a German infantry division, has fallen on battlefield JiT Rus slan Poland. He waVthe possessor of the Iron Crosg; was bestowed on him for .exceptional bravery. He'was born j Trey O' Hearts ORCHESTRA NIGHT AT STARLAND TONIGHT OUGHT TO BE "DREADNAUGHT" Washington, D.C., Nov. Does a dreadnought dread "naught" (notice the 1 Secretary of the -Navy. after consulting the authori- ties, -decided tonight that "dread- naught" is the official spelling, and that it dreads "naught" and not "nought." He announced his finding in an official to the press. LESS DYSPEPSIA NOW -HERE'S THE REASON The fact that there is less dyspepsia and indigestion'in this community than there used to he is largely, we believe, due to the extensive use argely, of Rex; ;ali Dyspepsia Tablets, 'hundreds, of packages of which we have sold. No wonder wo have faith in tbeni. No- wonder we are willing to offer them to you foKirial entirely at our risk. _ Among other things, they contain Pep? sin and Bir.muth, two of the greatest digtis- _____ live aids known to medical science, soothe "the] inflamed stomach, allay pain, check heartburn and distress, help to digest the tend to quickly restore the stomach to its 'natural, comfortable, healthy state. There is no red tape about our guaran- tee. It means just what it says. We'll ask you no questions. Your word is enough for us. If Rexali Dyspepsia Tablets don't re- store your stomach to health and make your digestion easy and comfortable, want you-to come for vour rrioncy. they are sold only at Rexall Stores, and'in this town only by us. Three 25c, 50c and J. Jj, 'HlglnboUiam Co., Limited. JUST TAKE OR SO AND LOOK OVER OUR LARGE AND WELL ASSORTED SIOCR OF Carpet Squares, Small Rugs and Draperies TVKN IP no Nor INTEND BUYING NOW, THE BEAUTIFUL PATTERNS AND HIGH COLORINGS W1LLINTLBLM "iOU.' lV STANDARD FURNITURp CO. HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE. j> OPP. COURT HOUSE 4th. ;