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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAfiEStt THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1914 m COWANS PERFECTION COCOA Cowan's Cocoa is good any time-----for a little "pick-ine-up" when you feel tired orhalfhungry nothing: can be more stimu- lating and healthful. Its unvarying excellence is due equally to the experience of the men who select the cocoa beans that go into its making and to the skill of those who supervise the blending, roasting, and grinding: of those beans. 2eo one-pound tins Turkeys 25c Spring Chicken 20c per Ib Ducks fbff 20c Fowl 15c All Freth Killed and Choicest on the your Order In'the Morning THE ALBERTA MEAT MARKET R. COULTRY, Prop. PHONE 492 CITY AND DISTEICT Stock. R Cotltry jorcbaaed a double-deck- ed cor of Biwp from F. Colpman, and a oar from ROSB Bros I "Police Court Joto LofltousJtJ, Joe. Bernbard and G all fined 13.00 aad coits in police court for being either or both. Hurled Brick at Train An inabiiated dtlzni of Vnloan, itatrotlnc to board, the Aldexsyde train yestwday at Blackte, was arrest- ed mfUr tad tried to hurl a brick through the window of the obserrttioh car. TW maa was put off tae traio, end W 'to mcura a berth betirMR irnslna and tbe tender tmlft Ttma stopped, and he wu re- Snvnl's ieooad ttaue. la MB rage, the Waa fldked 19 a beavy itcne and hurl- ed il at the rear coach, just barely missingra wladow." He-Tras arrested, taken to High River hy tlie Mounted heavily fined. "Business at Usual" in Norway Harron of the staff of-the Stacey Lumbar Co, is com munkation, from Neirson, for- merly now located in Norway. Neirsoa-says-.that; the'.effect of the war In Norway is not noticeable, and that the motto there, as" ini Britain; is "Bosinees as Usual." Recruiting at Tabcr Word cornea from Taber that re- cniitinp for two companies da a peace footing has started tfaere, with good prospects .that the.'.required .number be obtained.; Should a. Southern Alberta battalion organized, Taber to by two com- panleE. 25th :on Guard u To the 25th -Battery. C.P.A. has been delegated the task-of guarding the 28 Gfsrman and. Austrian prisoners of war at the tue fair groundfi. There .are. two shifts of guards in_ Charge Instructions Y.M.C.A. Membership Hunt Ticket No. 2 to a large body of -water and you-.wKl find final instruc- tions hidden under a rock within fif- teen feet of the Water's edge Ticket No. Mr Thompson of the Y.M.CJL for fu ruber "particulars. Ticket No. Mr.3 Carson, gen- eral secretary of the fur- ther particulars. When In Rome Do As the Romans Do But when in the West do the nutywtty Westerners do. Drink BLUE RIBBON You win tken be sure of getting the best Tea sold MM 16 MffiH to RiWoR, Mr MMM The belt eaok book iJ addriu olainlv. Have you learn. ed the secret? of saving money on meats. Watch for Delanys Satur- day night's spec- ials in Saturday's Herald. PATRIOTIC FUND ORGANIZATION PERFECTED AT MEETING IN CALGARY Cglgary, Oct. the highwa mark or Alberta's patriotic con tribut-ion sot at tho Soutl crn Alberta Patriotic association-w; formed at Paget hall with the enWm siastic endorsatioa of ropreeiMitutivc from almost every district, south o township 40, yesterday afternoon, "The effort to raise Southern Alber ta's share of will; he contin ueil iti every city, town, village am section where there is a farm house without single delay. The. nucleus o this will be a fund of about already raised, according -to the an nouncement of Premier A, L. Sifton who, with. other protnitent state; men, politicians, and business men 'o' the south, threw his whole heart anc soul into the work of organization on the basis laid, down by the Na- tional association, controlled from Ottawa. Officers were elected as follows Patron, Lieu tenant-Governor (f. H Bulyea. Honorary president, R, :B. Bennett M. P. President, T. M. Tweedie, M.P.P. Executive to be comprised erf the members of the legislative districts Secretary, Tliorhurn Allan treasur- W. ai. Connacher, Bank of Nova Scotia auditor, B. J. Sutherland.. Premier Sifton said thai half ot he Alberta civil servants' coutribu- ion would go to the Southern A.l- icrta fund. R. B. Burnett emphasized the vital for co-operation between very place where funds had foeen, or voufd be raised. money had teen raised, whether in city or cbua- ry, those responsible should cpmmun- cata with cither the treasurer of toe und-without .delay, in order to he thing started. He also suggested hat those who knew of any depend- ant-s, should communicate this fcnowl- dge, either to the Iccal member or n oflicial of the fund without delay. The iogs that still surround the col- ection and distribution of the Can- dian patriotic fund, were also pierc- CLARKE COS The Store Phone 453 Acadm Block SATURDAY'S OUTSTANDING FEATURES In the Week-End Sale Great laving opportunities in Newest .Suite, Coats and Dresses and In addition .to :these all the special Items listed In Thursday night's paper continue on aale all day tomorrow, together.with some specially pur- chased bargain tines Just to hand by express and featured tomorrow for first time this seauon. This sale of Tailored Suits the best ever, worth up to Black and Navy Serges in small, medium and large sizes ns well as New Tweeds nnd Wor- steds in medium and dark colors, shown in Ejilendld variety.of styles and featuring the biggest money's worth over offered by this store. WEEK END DRESS SALE Worth up to Silks and finest Wool Goods in very attractive new styles; shown in splendid variety and at the sale price featuring be- J'ond a .doubt, the Icnyest price for .such high class garments ever offered in this city. WEEK END COAT SALE Worth up to Very latest and most attract- ive styles in -'Heavy Tweeds, Cloths, light, med- ium and dark colors in every wanted size-and styles-to suit every figure. Dogskin Walking Gloves 95c Regular value AJiraml new specially pur- chased line just to hand by- express and far superior 1n Qualities to any offered 'be- fore at such a low-price. Very soft and pliable, splen- didly sewn, perfect one dome at wrist, very and correct ef- fect, tans only, sizes 6 to 8. Red Cross in Alberta Was Reorganized Calgary, Get 1. The Provincial Red Cross association was resurrecb- rom its ashes at a meeting at the hall yesterday afternoon and ecreated with a new charter and a efinite purpose in plain -view. Repre- listen'ed'to a''lucid disserta- ouv the character of the work required'" by B. Bennett, K.C., M.P., Dennis, heard an.im- passioned appeal by J. .H. Woods to at once to actively -support make the of the provincial association a s'aiiung 'success, and then with enthu- siasm set to work to perfect its or- ganization. The policy was promulgated and fashione-d, .and the officers were ac- claimed elected, on the choice of a ehtatives from practically every part representative nominating committee, t the province affected took part in1 The officers were- Patron, Lieut- he'revival which will assure a con-: -From- d by. Mr. -Bennett, who explained j solidafclan and centralization: of effort ;icr A. L. Sifton; president, Dr. R. lat all the money raised in Alberta ould be spent in Alberta be- mniTig Nominally under "the control of Ot- awa, and vested in the finance min- 'ter-by charter, the money collected n each district did not go out ot lat district. It remained rightrthore the local authoriza- tion from the money "was spent, arid out to the recipients twice monthly local treasur- er. If the 'funds in the prov- ince in' due course of time became ex- hausted, Ottawa would have t6 fur- nish ,the money. Ifr'oh the other hand there was a surplus, scarcely likely, it would bfl sent on to Ottawa. It was announced in closing that' the wives of air. Russian, French, Belgian and Servian 'soldieis from Canada were entitled to: the same measure of relief as the rest. iu Red Cross work, lack of which has] Brett, Banff; vice-president, Dr proved a serious drawback since the war began: In response to a shower of-inyita- Braithwaite, Edmonton'; Chas. Olio, AVetaskiwin R. C. Wolliver, Red Deer J H Woods, Calgary Mayor tions spread throughout Alberta, a'Brown, Medicine Hat; Mayor Har- large and distinguished gathering as- die, Lethbridge, secretary, M. -RUSSIA-SIGNS .UP v WITH UNCLE SAM Will Subm'lf AH Disputes bitration for the Next Year N Washington, D.C., Oct. retary Bryan for the United States and Ambassador Bakhraeteff lor Russia yesterday signed a treaty binding the two nations to sub- mit all' disputes that .cannot .be, settled diplomatically to an inter- 'national committee of five mem- -hers for Investigation during: a period of a' tleiist. one year; dur- ing -which hostilities may >not bo commenced. Pinkham treasurer, A. M. Peters, Bank of -Montreal; Cut Off Arms and Legs of a British Soldier German vandalism and atrocity is recounted in blood.curdling terms in a letter received by a prominent man in bhe city from his mother in Eng- land, and in spite of the denials of German generals that such atrocities are not being committed by the Kaiser's Soldiers the letter hears wi ness to them with unimpeachable an thcnty The 1-tter savs in'part that a cer- tain British soldier u'ho had been in- jured in a battle bear Mons, was ly- ing in the field over which the Ger- mans were retreating. In passing over him one of the Hun warriors severet of the soldier's arms ant legs with his sahre. Fortunately the Tommy Atkins was picked up by the Red-Cross, and his life was sal ed. After thlee weeks' sojourn in a hospital. oh the continent he was to his home in England. His wife was told to prepare herself for a set ere shock as the lad was car- ried into the formerly bright little home. The wife fortified herself test-she could, but when.she saw her husband .the too much, ant she fell dead by his side. Many prominent war correspondents have made their way from Brussels through'the German Huts where thej are being reamed with open arms bj the German generals Among them is John T. McCutcheon, the Chicago cartoonist and correspondent, who, in a long story to American papers .sayi that the generals are denying such atrocities as .are laid ,at the do'sr .0: their soldiers. obiect nt'tho wel- come is apparent." The genacals ant other ofhccrs ara endeavoring to salvo over'the'reports of the fiendish cruel- lies being .committed. Which will the average pubic believe, the Kaiser's greatest generals or a private in the rii'nks ol Britain's 'army ELEVEN GERMANS IN WINNIPEG BARRACKS Winnipeg, Man, Oct. guard of .lx R.N.W.M.F. last night brought In more Gornnin prtaoneri ffom tbo region ofMorden, and delivered them to the mHlUry luthorltid The priioneri at once placed under cuani tit Fort Oiborw A Saturday Sale of Ready-to- Wear Garments and Yardage Extremely low prices Merchandise of Quality of in- terest to every woman in this city who wishes to use her dollars to best aadvantage. Come to this store Saturday and see how well we can serve you. Women's Heavy Coats as Low as 10 only Beaver and Tweed Coats, full length; nicely made and trimmed; some are half lined, a good warm coat for little CC flft Saturday Price Better Coats for Women and Misses' Stylish Coats' and Women's Serge and Silk Dresses Allt reduced in price for Si'.G.- SERGE DRESSES CC flfl As low as, 3P.UU SERGE AND RATINE DRESSES CO A3 low as FANCY STUFF DRESSES fO "1C MESSALINE SILK DRESSES FANCY VELVET DRESSES Worth for C1R Qfl C17Cfi I I Another Keal Sale of Women's Shirt Waists and Blouses All kinds, sizes and styles, mostly white, long or short sleeves, with or without collars Values up to Special Saturday Sale Dress Goods and Coatings Are moving lively. Wo can show you all the novelties of (he season in Fancy Coatings in Wool, Velvets and Plushes, also the New Suiting Tweeds, Plaid Skirtings and finer Dress Materials for Afternoon and Evening Gowns. Rich trimmings in Itonmn Stripe Silks and Velvets, Floral Pan Velvets and Dresden Silks. New Lot of FrilliugR Just received by express, white, creara and Fancy. Prices range up from..... Pure Wool "Blankets SCOTCH MAKE In white, per pound WOOL BLANKETS Canadian make, per pound OBEY UNION BLANKETS Per pound LIGHT GREY UNION BLANKETS Pet pound Any weight you require. 90c 75c 35c 45c French Kill Gloves at Old Prices This Is good buying Kid Gloves will foe higher and scarce before many days Black, tan and white. Guaranteed qualities.