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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta WHEN IN LGTHBR.IOOR The Dallas Hotel FKCE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Windsor a Day Hotel In AlbarUi Is tho Bast nnd Oonvin- Itnt MW I' s We warct YOU t PRIDE OF ALBERTA AND MOTHER'S FAVORITE FLOUR The Verdict will be THEBESTWE HAVE EVER USED Buy it from Taylor Milling and Elevator Reds, .Spitzenbergs, Jonathans, etc. For present use Ilio above lines tVro Ax 'bust wp can sot a lioKl of. The'Mcliitoslr Rods nro nil exceptionally Hue lot of Apples, very juicy. Hue flavor. liuve sold ouurraoiis cimmtities of this one llm- tliis past and everyone that received a box speaks very highly of them. Come anil get a box and Office: Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 WEATHER Max. 54 Min. 32 SS THE SPITFIRE 4 REELS LAUGHS Lethbridge. clear Edmonton, fair........... 6- Calnary. clear...... t'O Medicine Hat. clear 64 Macleod, clear....... 5o Red Deer, clear...... SS Moose Jaw, clear.. 6li Winnipeg, fair...... US Port Arthur, fair.. Nelson........... The weather in Manitoba and Sas- katchewan has been line and warm. In Alberta temperatures have been lower, but generally fine and mild. Forecast All and warm today and on Wednesday. 47 4S 44 3'J CITY AND DISTRICT New Store Opened "The a new fruit and con- fectionery store has opened for busi- ness at SOS Fifth street South. TUESDAY'S GRAIN PRICES flumipcg, Oct. and! closing prices on the grain exchanges today Oct. Nov Bee Kar NOT DL.C Open Close i.m 1.17J 1.15J 1.16J 1.14J 1.221 1.21 53J 53 Flax- net 56i 56 1.1H 1 lii l.Hf DEC 1.16 1 J3i 1 23 f WINNIPEG CASH PRICES prices are the highest lor many weeks. No. 1 Nor. 99 No. 1 Red.. 97 Xo. 2 Nor. 96 "No. Red.. 94 No 3 Nor. 91 No. 3 Red.. 89 No. 4 Nor. 34 No. 4 Red.. S4 Oats- No. 2 C. W. 42 LIVE STOCK 6c.; cows, 5c. heifers, 5Jc. 5c.; wethers, 5J to 6c.; veal, 7c. 10c.; springs, 15c.; hogs, 1 to 8c. 513.00 timothy sod alfalfa, S12.00 alfalfa offered to bine-joint, (none of- fereuj cwt. ?1.75 B. C., per cwt........... 1.40 Cabbage, ner. pound..........1 Director Y.M.C.A. Tonight The directors of the Y.'M.C.A. meet tonieht at S o'clocl; sharp in the "Y" to discuss important matters of business. NBW Charge Sheet in Use police court this morning, Mag- istrate Elton used the new form 01 j government charge sheet, supplied by j the provincial first time. 2 Xor 3 _ No 4 5 No 6 Feed oats- No. 3 C W Es.tia No 1 Feed 1 Feed _ No 2 Feed ?JO 4 Rejected Feed, Prayer Meeting Postponed The meeting of prayer for laymen and clergy was postponed yesterday. untila meeting of the ministerial as- sociation is heid This will be in 1.115-, the 'near future. 1.00} government, for the j :BUY NYAL'S Msde-ln-Canada by Canadians Proprietary Medicines .and Toilet Goods The Nyal line is now so well and favorably known tint it re- quires no eulogies, sufficient to say that it is t'.H' most popular line of its kind'sold in Canada today, and "it is solil under an absolute guarantee that It not satisfactory the purchase price will he refunded. See our Window Display of: NYAL'S COD .LIVER COMPOUND NYAL'S COUGH SYRUPS NYAL'S SORE THROAT'CURE We stock nearly all of the Nyal Preparations. The Red Gross Drug Book Co., limited ThlrS Ava THE BULLETIN BOARD for fi-s Column should reach', this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication The North Lethbriclge Voters' as- sedation meeis a-t 'Kennedy hall, I Thirteenth street, at S.30, to discuss i municipal Tho Young Men's gymnasium class meets tonight from until 0 at the j i Y.'M.C.A., and the class in advanced I gymnastics meets from 9 to I'.30. i A meeting of the executive commit- i tee of Operatic so- i cioty is called for Thursday after- noon at 5 o'clock in tlir offices of the British Colonial Trust Co. Important business. Try a Sack Tken SET FIRE -TO JAIL PRISONER LOST LIFE Calgary, Alta., Oct. hut 20 minutes before, Fred, JIcQllli- vray, a blacksmith of that town, was roasted alive, his prison lieing reduc- _ __ _ LU iUilatUU I111VU, 1113 ylloull llclllg tl burn "lite 'way out of a wooden ice ed to ashes under the horrified gazo house at Three Hills, Alta., into which i of the wliolo populace, who were pow- he bad been thrust for being drunk, erless to save him. CITY AND DISTRICT Happy Parents Mr. and Mrs. H. Venus of Cran- brook are rejoicing over the arrival of daughter. Mr. Venus was formerly a sergeant in the R.N.W.M.P., and is well-known in Southern Albert a. He is HOT.' a member of the Cranbrook city police. ff No. 2 C Dec Slay W O W MINNEAPOLIS CHICAGO 1 1 101 I4J LOCAL MARKETS "Wijeat tcwk wing again this-morn- ing; and aviated four cents all around on yesterday's prices, in response to the call of eastern markets. The quotations fluctuate so inconsistently nowadays that it is almost impossible to locate the cause. Today's ioeal k BETTER REMEDY THAN NASTY SALTS .Few people like to take pnyac, especially salti.Jjecause they are so se_bls ta take and because of the gnping and pains they cause. Rexall Orderlies enable you to take leas physic, and ail without griping, purging or excessive looseness. Salts and harfh phjsics usually give only temporary relief and often leave the bowels worse off than before. Rexall Orderlies move the bowels promptly, and soothe, tone and strengthen the intestinal muscles, leaving them healthy and regular in action They taste like candy and the movement the} cause is as eas> and natural as though your bowels were in-perfect health and you never had to take any physic at all. We have so much faith in Rdxall Orderlies that we urge you to try them with the understanding that, if they do not satisfy you in every way, all you have to get your money back is to tell us. We honestly believe them to be the best bowel, remedy made. In vest pocket tin boxes lOc 2oc You can buy Rexall Orderlies only at The Rezall Stores, and in this town only of m Planning "Y" Social On October 31 there will be held in the Y.M.C.A. the annual social, and the committee ia charge of the ar- rangements, under the direction of Mr. Carson' the general secretary, is working hard to make this year's soc- ial an outstanding event: The v.-hole building will be utilized, and there are some surprises in store for those who attend. Conservative Caucus at Taber Raymond Leader: George T. Wride. J a prominent local Conservative, repre-1 pented the Raymond executive at the i party caucus held Friday last in Ta- ber." Sir. Wride stated that the'meet- ing was an enthusiastic one, all the delegates manifesting loyalty to both j the Federal and. .local leaders. He j brings the good news, also, that Sup- ervisor Boyd, of the government relief work, wii'i visit Raymond shortly in connection with the distribution, of the government' Persona! Mention O. W. Larsen, a prominent resident of Grassy Lake was in the city yes- manager ,of the Bank of Commerce at Carm'angay; A. Hoes, the 'Carmansay barrister, and L, D. Miles, 'ulso of Carmaass} were visitors in the city J. H. Ashdown, president of. the Ash- down Hardware Co. of Winnipeg, in the city yesterday, 'calling on the trade, Guy Pallister, manager of the Burns' ranch at Milk River, is in the'city on business. When Your HeadtAclies Toiir work as well as.your com- 'ort suffers; you tail to enjoy even the things! that are pther- .irise especially to your liking; in short, everyUung: goes -yrqng. isn't that so? Headache indicates a pressure within the skull. Remove this pressure and the ache vanishes. That's the work of Hello, Regina! Long distance telephone communi- cation withY Regina, Moose Jaw and other Saskatchewan points has been opened'from the Lothbridse exchange, and direct connections are now pps- i sible. The rate on calls to Walsh is SO firsL. three minutes, Saskatchewan rates applying OQ the remainder of the distances. Trafaloar Day Celeb ation Tomorrow is Trafalgar Day, and all _ in readiness'for the. big.patriotic bazaar, organized by the Daughters of England, in conjunction with the Sons or England The ladies have been working hard for weeks past, and the result Is a splendid array of fane" and useful artibles. The hall has been prettily decorated 'or ihe occa sion. and with the Imperial orchestra enlnemng the proceedings, the. ha zaar will be ah ideal place to spend pleasant afternoon and evening J D Higinbotliam Co Limited Vajor Hirdic uill declare the bazaar open at three o clock and the socle KINCARDINE' PEOPLE KILLED London pnt, Oct. waa received dere today that Mrs. Fred Taylor, formerly of. Kincardine, was i UL mi eo u killed and her husband serlouslj in- mterpsted milte all to and jured in an automobile accident at Trafalgar ley Bazaar Tomorrow, 8. 0. E. HALL In Aid Of The Local Relief Fund Everybody it Invited to the afternoon and evenmj at the Bazaar THERE IS ROOM FOR ALL Impernl Orchestra (6 In the afternoon ____, Home-made and Candy, Flow 'Fortune Tellers and Rummage Sale Opened at Three O'clock by His Woi- ahip Mayor TAKE YOUR AFTXftfeOON TIA AT THE 0 a and pocl'etliookB for tlna be a imf opportunits to select join Christmas presents ind incicleataili help to swell tile relief fund for which purpose the bazaar is bei IE 'ieid Afternoon tea Till be ser-ofl and refreshments of other kinds will be proourat'" All that is needed now is the support of the citizens and there is no doubt that the result will be a substantial addition to the tuna, which will be needed during the com- ing winter. BUSINESS LOCALS Dry wood for starting fires, and hca i block wood for your fireplace aL 00 pec load Can also fit >on uji slorn Tiindowa Ask us fox prices Phone'1384: Yatea. Storm i -v" take the measurements and have fitted on if desired, .n inch kindling .wood for sale The Staccy Lu-nbor Co IAA Phoiffi Toe North Lethbridgc Public Mar ket Aas on Saturda> and thc-e who from S lo 8 mom of logetaWcs for a quarter congiiiorablo m cutting down tho high cost ot living it Is open again tomorrow vith more stalls offering, bargains, Headache Tablets 1 are designed to allay the throbbing and dull aching by re- lieving internal pressure. So suc- cessful have Re'sall Headache Tablets been in-accomplishing' this task to the complete satis- j faction of thousands of users thai we guarantee without the> slightest hesitation 'that Rexall Headache Tablets will help you we'll gladly re- fund your money. 25c Store TELEPHONEVNO. 322 Stole Two Revolvers The Muscovitch second-band store was broken into Sunday iiiglit and two revolvers stolen. Yesterday morning an 18-year-old hoy, while in the same store, took a .38 calibre automatic'pis- tol. A inan giving he name .ot Joe Oswald arrested later in the morning- by D.etactive Kans ot" the city police, and is charged with tlie iheft. No trace of the mua who broke into the store Sunday sight has been found. Thirty Days for Stealing Revolver An IS-year-old youth was this morn- ing sentenced to 30 days in the bar- racks of the "R.N.W.M.P. at hard la bor for the theft on-Monday of a Colt's automatic pistol from the store of M. Muscovitch; The accused admitted "his guilt, and his counsel, George E. iA." Rice, of Shepherd, Dun'op Rice, for leniency on beha'if of the accused, whose previous record, he thought, should entitle him to "gom.e consideration. The prisoner's counsel asked for suspended sentence, but j Magistrate Elton pointed out that a I crime of this nature could not go un- 1 punished. "There is too much petty thieving going, on in the be "and something niiist be done to stop it." If he allowed the prison- er to'go tree after he had deliberately stolen a revolver from a store in broad boys would think jthey' could do the same thing and get f off. OF EVERYTHING IN SALE Household Furniture Will take place at 427 5th St. S., Knights of Pythias Hall Store on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22nd AT 2.30 P. M. SHARP Two Solid Oak Chiffoniers One Solid Oak Buffet Six Solid Oak Dressers 2 Round .Extension Tables Five Kitchen Tables One Cook Range 4-pieco P.arlor 'Suite Kitchen Chairs DinlrisTJhairs Beds and Springs v Mattresses Sewing Machine Electric.Lamp Centre Tables One Sanitary Couch One Folding Bed One Sideboard Toilet Sets One Kitchen Cabinet. Washing Machine Heating Stove Hall Rack Writing Deak Dishes, Cooking Utensils and other articles too numerous to TER'MS'CASM AUCTIONEER NO RESERVE Corning, Cal. Boys Win Membership Tickets The four lucky Ws in Hie Y.M C A membership ticket hunt were' Alfred Towle, Hugh Mcllvena. William Hen- derson and Norman Whitney. Bach 605 through his ingenuity in search- ing out tlio hidden ticket, is entitled to a year's tree TO SCOTLAND, LOW RATES; GOOD .SERVICE. One-class cabin, "only to Glasgow, and from Glasgow; Shird-class, closed Rates subject to change without notice. SAILING FROM MONTREAL. S.S. "LETITIA" October 31st All information .cheerfully fur- nished by authorized 'agents, or H. E, LIDMAN, General Agent. 349 Main St., Winnlpej. LUCILLE LOVE SEE HER AT THE NO RECUITING ORDERS HAVE REACHED CALGARY Calgary, Oct. the time' of going to press no definite instruc- tions regarding the recruiting of men in Alberta had been mili- tary headquarters here. It is under- stood, however, the directions ;aiid in- structions are now in the mail and will arrive at any minute. Immedi atch Colonel CruiKshank recenos his, iiistnictions, officers commanding the; various units in this district will be1 and recruiting opened.' The enlistment of men will be conduufcetl. on similar lines as with the first con-- tihgent and it is expected that not only the 10.1st .Edmonton Fusiliers but all the mounted allowed to enlist men for the Albptt.a, Infantry onen at Etimnnton, Medicine' Hat, Lethbritlge, Maclepil ami Calgary, it will.'liot tate'loti'g ere the entire men have been sworn, m ami many military, officersj declare the recruiting will really not' last one da> Vftcr the conting end left tlie regiments started to rn- ,roll men 'in order to get- ,to 'lull strength, Mgain. Most of these men. their desire to go to the front and it is Ijkcly there irr enough of them throughout the various regi- ments to make lip practically the tal called for Hose men akcith on iiie strength of the ui its will natur- ally get first chance to enlist on tha seryice battalion ami it is stated by officers QOmhianding that ra little- chance of being accepted, Armstrong Raworth Bros. AUCTION SALE Positively Closes SATURDAY Attend the few remaining everything will cci tainly go much cheaper. Bin your Oluistmas Gifts and money. Hales Daily bcgiiinino 2 p.m. which Lime the Diamond TUng oivcn aAvay Free. Imperial Bank of Canada Capital Paid Up Reserve Fund Total Assets Over........... Head D. R WILK1E, President Hon ROBERT JAFFRAY, Vice-Presldent SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of 00 and upwards received and interest allowed from date oE deposit LETHBRIDGE BRANCH..............W. R. SEATLE, Manager eATTllE, SHEEP, HORSES ers to" attie (Feeders and StoLkers We ImvV orders for Sheep In hands ot 250 to i I pt tis what you have to Sell Write, Wire or Telephone, f Hatch Lewis 'BROKERS Acadfn IrthbrMge Utthbrldgt, Alb.rti j ;