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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1914 THE I.ETHBHIDGE DAILY PAGE TPnt OPENS TOMORROW, THE 15th TOE BIG FURNITURE EVENT; Remember in tke store is reduced in price, so don't neglect coming in. just what you1 want may be here at the price you want to pay. Just a few, prices for this sale Bedroom Furniture Room Furniture- E'ariy Eiigli'sh-fi-n-isli, Brass Beds, Regular .Sale Price ......-S15kOO 18 inch ed Oak, Golden, Reg. SOD. Sale! Solid Quartered Oak Kail Seat, Fumed Finish Reg. Sale Price Hall -Mirror to match seat Sale Rockers Dressers Heavy 3olid Oak fumed Qtd. Oak, Gol. Fin. reg. with, genuine, leather1 Sale S23.50 seat. Eegular J16.00. Sale....... 59.50 Plain. Oak and Malvog- Mahogany Mulsh, reg. Sale S 18.00 any Surface Oak, Regular Saje Sale 40c Drapery Material 9C_ for, per -.yard COG 25o Drapery Material 4 for "per yard CARPETS, RUGS ANP MATS CUT TO THE LAST CENT POSSIBLE. See Windows. STANDARD FURNITURE CO. Opp. Court House "Home of Quality Furniture" Fourth Ave. S. A. Perrey Prizes Southern Alberta has acain come' to the ,'tore with, indisputable proof taat as a producer of agricultural products ,she''jeajs the .world.' At the International Irrigation Congress m1 Calgary lasf-week, Arthur Perry of' Cardston, the, well known glower ol gralni 'and rraaow, took 'the follow- ing, prizes with eTWMte etewn on dry, land, ,Jn ibe Cardston district ui com-, petition with irrigated products from 40 other districts total, number. ol BTizea von by Mr. ,'Pefry six, while .the Cardston district exhibit won the sixth prize, which consisted of JSO Mr. won 1st prize in steal, tlOO. _L _ 1st pnw timothy 2nd p'rize barley, 3rd prize- weiiera 'rye grass, AH ot the olfarM were cash, anil they bnrogKt. flundrSls ol erffaes-from all over the "United States and Canada. Considering that competition ip aH. th'c events, was] opal to irrigated products; Catdston did exceptionally well, especially -with the added drawback this jear ol particularly dry season. The Southern Alherta Land com- pany, another southern exhibitor; won prize for the best display of roots and vegetables, and first in ftaxseed and second ,m alfalfa. The C. P. B. farm at StrathmcD" took (second in vegetables and the Canadian YHieatlands tit Suffleld first in alfalfa end first in beafts exhibits from these districts were taken from fresh- ly laud, and in competition with the older settlemeats did re- markably well.________ _____ "FIRE NUMBER GIVE TUBE" K A GREAT MAN MISQUOTED said little Mickey, it Pathrick Knry that said, ket us have peace'7" "Niver1" said old Mickey be- th' name of .iver loike Home Journal. 'An on board a-British torpedo 1 ie little vessel-has crept up on, a Oennan BBANB COFFEE SATISFIES. only. CHASE SANBORN MONtREAL. 14 New cost of u day for maintaining the Gorman fighting machine is about double the maximum reached by the United States during the last year of the Civil War. The figures arc exclusive oi the toss to individuals deprived of pacific employment.' French economists nave recently been estimating the expense of war machines of the nations now conflict, with the result that the estimates run from J2a.000.000 a day, or about for the first six months' carr paigu, including the initial cost mobilization. It is estimated that there are no over under arms for Ian warfare and ir th Balkan wars be taltcu as an cxampl the cost of each man mobilim (amounts to a dav. This gtvt about 000 a month, -of -for six months %l But ihis figure, saj General Guyot, does not include t] cost of- maintaining the armies an fleets. On August 4, the day the ultima turn was sent'-by Great Britain Germany dBinanding an assuranc that the neutrality of Belgium be n spected, which was followed by German rejection, and declaration r war against her by Great Britain the German Reichstag authorized ei. traordinary credits ,to the extent o to be obtained by loan, and a further sum of 000 to be drawn on.the gold and si ver supply of Hie Empire. A- tax c five per cent, on the stocks ccid note issued by the Reichsbank over above .its reserve and metal was sul sequently suppressed, and- the los secured by an issue of ban notes uncovered bj; a reserve ol got and silver. Jt has been stated in Vienna tha the Austrian army costs day, but the Austrian treasury wa emptied by the mobilization durtri the Balkan wars, which drained th financial resources of the empire fd more than a year, and it is hard t see where the Austrian monarchy ca find the required to kee up her armies and fleet as no new fresh financial legislation has been received. Suspicion That W.R.Arnold was Suicide Victin C., Oct. are liiany rumors'-here" that W. U Managing Director of the Dp minimi Trust" company, whose deat' occurred yesterday from gunsho wounds, committed suicide. Oiljcial of the company today, however, re it.-Eo.tisd the' statement made night, they are assured it was accident. This morning no checks are being paid and no money is being re- ceived at' the head office of the" com pany liere Notice of -withdrawal o savings w being required. It is offici ally explained that an advantage is being talen of the fifteen days' law giving time for the new management C G- Fennock, to thoroughly get ac- quainted with the business An inquest into the death Mr Arnold will bo held Wednesday. PRINCE JOACHIM WELL AGAIN Son of German Emperor to Go Back to Army London, Oct Amsterdam correspondent of theffleuter Telegram company that a message has been received at Amsterdam from Berlin stating that Prince Joachim, who wounded in battle, has recovered and rejoined the army MAKES A POCKET WIRELESS Florence, Oct priest ot this city confirmed the report of the in ventlon ot a pocket wireless appar- atus by Father Argentien, a jinest of Aquila He said wireless messages are easily intercepted, toy several'sim- ple systems, one of which consists o] two needles fixed In a potato. The population of Guelpn, Ont, is of 465 in a year. Rev Jas. Kennedy, a superannuated Methodist minister, died at Windsor, GRAND DUKC OF An Amtttrdtm dwpttch from a nermnri correaoptiuBhl announced that the Grand Dukarbt Budon'haij left tor IfMIW-'-'I__________ The Ancient Aztecs Chewed Gum They chewed "chicle" made by boiling down the sap of the Achras sapote tree. This same wholesome chicle, prepared by modern, perfected processes, in the most up-to-date, sanitary chewing guru factories in the world, forms the basis of delicious WRFGCEYSi SPEARMINT People in every walk of life today find beneficial, long-lasting enjoyment in this economical, appetizing and digestion-aiding confection. The new air-tight, damp- and dust-proof seal insures your getting it clean and fresh at all times. The biggest money's worth of enjoyment you can find for Every Package Tightly Sealed Chew it after every meal HADE IN CAUADA, THE ADVANCE OF THE CZAE'S ARMIES German of Riuiia. in the north to Lyck, while Rusiitni ire advancing from Hlawa on AlInuttlB threatening he line of German retreat on Uie On loath On oocupr zigeth, forty miles the Camthlaiu and their caTalrr 1> IMS ton 200 illes from Budapest. 'v f OF CANADA OpeuiHMsekeepiog Acerant and YonrBObly Ckefie There Is a decided td- vantage In depositing 1 your housekeepinf money In the Union Bank of Canada, and Issuing vheques for your expenditures. You avoid Uie rwk or keeping a considerable sum In your home or Carrying It when each a Receipt 3RASSY LAKE 1PIANCH 'LETHBMbat f ;