Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 20, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
PRINTING AT THE HERALD JOB DEPARTMENT. LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Hotel Windsor Bost 3 day hotel inHlberta Taylor Made Plour "Pride of Alberta" and "Mother's Favorite" Your Money Back in Flour Values ONTARIO PURE WHITE CLOVER HONEY is known to be as line a Honey as is produced anyVhore in America. We have jus recened a large shipment from Port Elgin, Ontario, where we have been getting It from every fall. The quality is e verv best, vet vcm pav no more than for the ordinary kinds as we .buy this direct from the producer f) pound tins, each A Polmd tins> pnch Office: Phonel271 THE GOOD HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 f (55? Home Guard I Regimental Orders The Home Guard executive Trill meet on Wednesday night, at S p.m., in the strangers' room, at the Clunook The Home Guard headquarters and rifle range adjoining the city police station on Second avenue South is now open every evening for all active and honorary members, and also to the drivers of the automobile squad- ron. You are Invited to call and prac- tice rifle shooting. By Order, OFFICER COMMANDING. Money BY RETURN MAIL For Cream We can handle more Cream, and TvIU pay cash at once for every shipment Crystal Dairy Co. 13th St. South, Lethbridge. PHONE 1576. 77ze Cadets Provide Fine Performance Variety is the term to best describe the Australian Cadets' ambitious pro- MARKETS GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Man., Oct. 20.-0pening gramme to be submitted in the and closillg priccs on the grain ex-; estic Theatre next Saturday. The changes today were: first half IB a military musical extra- Wheat Business Efficiency Is Enhanced by Good Office Supplies. Good supplies make office work easy and economize time. We have just what is needed for every purpose. Typewriter Ribbons, Carbon Papers, Stenographers' Note Books, Legal Blanks, Pads, Rub- ber BaridSr Inks, Mucilage, -Lib- rary Paste, Rubber Stamps etc. When anything is needed in office supplies, come here first. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Open Close Kentishmen and Sons Daughters QfEngland Are cordially invited to attend the "Whist Drive and Trafalgar Day Celebration ON Thursday Evening AT 8.30. W. A. Buchanan, Esq., M. P., will address the gathering. Oct. Dec.......... May i Oct.......... Nov.......... Dec.......... Hay......... Oct.......... Nov.......... Flax- Oct.......... May BAD COMPLEXIONS "ARE NOW EASILY DISCARDED vaganza, entitled "Oaiisd to the rich with pathos and abound- ing with strong instrumental num- bers. Special scenery has been paint- ed, depleting Australia's scenic beau- ties, relieved by tall eucalyptus trees and the perfume of the wattle blos- som. No better stage setting could be adapted to work in the patriotic story of the young Australian being farewelled prior to his departure to fight for King and Country. Very Ht- tie time is wasted in dialogue, lor the Australian Cadets are noted for their able soloists and musicians. j Nothing has ever been staged in 'Canada before, like this performance. These talented lads from the Anti- podes have made the name of Austra- lia in the United States and j Western Canada simply by the talent displayed. I The comedy is not forgotten, and this part is left in the capable hands of Clive Borkwood and Margin Stott, -and last, but by no means least, lit- go 2 C. W. Ule Bobby Frew, the twelve-year-old Extra No. 1 Feed >Harrv Lauder handful." No. 1 Feed I The" champion all-brass band .of 30 No. 2 Feed 'pieces wiU, with its descriptive airs Barley- land appropriate selections from grand No. 3 I opera, be the chief feature in this No 4 (unique entertainment. Feed I" Half of the ploceeds wilt he donated 1 by the touring Cadets to the Patri- !vo. 1 X otic fund. 1.00} OSl 391 37-1 39 f- 1.001 97j 951 l.OOi i 36J 394 1.66 1.66 1.66 1.63 1.69 WINEIPEG CASH PRICES No. No. No. No. 1 Nor. 3 Nor. 3 'Nor. ,4 Nor. 984 No. 5 Nor. No. 6 Nor. Feed Oats Every woman has it in her own hands to-possess a beautiful and youthful completion. No matter how BTJRDETT Burdett, Oct. No. nw. DUlUGbb, SJIIlljtl soiled, faded or coarse the cuticule, is felt for R. ff. Fletcher in the deatn ordinary mercoiized wax will actually; of "his mother. remove it, and Nature will substitute C. Hendershot, the local C. P. B. i-skin, as soft, clear and lovely as a' aient is on the sick list, his place child's. The action of the wax is not being at present, occupied hy S. Hal- drastic, but gentle and agreeable, pin Irom Bow Island. Minute particles of scarf skin come jirs. Fall is opening a new restaur- off day by day, get no evidence of L and rooming house in the build-, the treatment is discernible, other i mg formerly: occupied by the Bank of i than the gradual complexional im-jBrjt.jsn North America, provement. One- ounce of mercoiized g. has opened a new black- wax, procunMe at any drug store, j smiia next the post- office, suffices for most cases. It is nut on! new residence of W. M. it bedtime like cold cream and taken! jjejjer approaching completion, off In the morning'with, warm water, j The pajnlers are v busy putting the It is a certain method of discarding...... W. C. 2 c. CHICAGO WHEAT Dec. 1.06J- May........................... 1.07} MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT 80 73 87i 01 50 ,48 1.66 Cheese and Butter Makers HANSEN'S RENNET WYETH's' RENNET JOY'S RENNET DAISY RENNET Also the same makers' Butter CITY AND DISTRICT Trafalgar Day Tomorrow, October 21, is tha anni- versary of the Battle of Traflgar, No Luncheon Tomorrow .There will be no .meeting of the Boarfl pf- Trade Council at luncheon tomorrow. Calgary Visitors i A.' M. Ten-ill of "the Tel-rill Floral Co.', Calgary, and' H. -A, 'Siimott of Calgary were guests in the city last I evening, business. Bank Clerk in Factory Mr. -Bryden, formerly employed by ,the :Bank of Montreal at Magraih, is working in a munition, England. Six thousand men are'.employed steady at this plant, Cardston Lawyer Father Cards ton Z. W. Jacobs re- ceived a telegram this evening an- nouncing the death of his father H. C. Jacobs, at Ogden, Utah, who passed away this morning at the age of 6? years. Mr. Jacobs had been a suffer- er for some time from cancer, and his death was not unexpected. His son, Zetiulon W., of Cardston, has just re- turned from Utah, where he had been called, on account of tbe sickness. YOU it in your kitchen Your Grocer will Supply it See that this brand is on the next sack of Flour you buy It Will Pay You Ellison iliiii and Elevator Co.. Ltd. Color in 25c and 50c bottles Acquitted of Assault John Srohler, a fanner near Knap- pen, was acquitted by Judge Jackson in the 'District Co.urt today of a charge of assault. Srohler was charged with assaulting Mr. Laghtizer, the school teacher in the district, who had sus- pended a son of his from school. A large amount of evidence .was heard in the case, the defence endeavoring to establish tie ground that the entire community was down on Srohler. The man pleaded not guflty and was dis- charged. MiMMSAi-uijiB wniiAi i was satisfied witn PEC 98t. 97i [MpLICATE CABINET MINISTERS fered by the theati May l.Olii Victoria, B.C., Oct. 19. When-C. C. no intention of e 1 Last Night's Concert Only a handful ot people attended the concert given last evening in the j Majestic Theatre hy Madame Johnson Bishop, in aid of the wounded sol- diers' fund. During the evening" ihc artiste made a statement criticising the action of Chief of Police Skelton in investigating the objject of the con- cert. Madame Bishop stated that she was giving her services absolutely free to the wounded .soldiers' fund; and that was the object of the concert. Madame Bishop was brought here by the News-Telegram of Calgary, j and on tile ground of an advertise-1 1 ment that appeared in the papers here to the effect that the ''entire proceeds" of the concert were for the fund, Chief Skelton made an investi- gation to ascertain whether this ad- 1 vertised statement was correct: He was satisfied with the explanation of- itre manager, and had calling into question E. J. TICKNER PHONE Kellogg's Corn Flakes 5 tor.............. Krinkle Corn Flakes 3 for 'Shredded Wheat 2 for Puffed Rice 2 for.............. j Puffed Wheat 2 for Post Toasties Per package 45c 25c 25c 25c 25c 10c Blue Ribbon Tea 3. pound package. Blue Ribbon Tea Per pound Red Rose Tea Per pound Upton's Tea Per pound Golden Tea Per pound Our Special Blend Per pound 40c 40c 40c 55c 35c BORN To "Sir. >nd Mrs. A. G. .Gumming, on Oct. Inth, a THE PLACE Vancouver, B.C., Oct. 19. That the nest Liberal national convention should be. hold-in -Winnipeg -was the concensus of opinion among the Liberal members. of the party. which" travelled on the C.NjR. special train to tills coast They took the ground that Vancouver was too far away- from the east and that Montreal too far away from the west. Rexall Orderlies make you .feel fine you -will feel hettcr anil live longer if you'll ikeep vour howels regular by the occasional use of Rexall J D. Higinbotham' Co. Ltd. The Recall Advt. AGNUCLO "WINE AND SPIRIT CO. i Victoria, B.C., Oct. 1. en-. no intention o eaimie IIILW 4uCDLtu.. I Michener, about February 20, 1911, j the personal motives of Madame Bish- t ck uon her. m- I iiuuuu -v, LIVESTOCK PRICES YESTERDAY I suggested to John Arbuthnot that Calgary: Hogs, steers, S5.75-I6.25; cowa, heifers, 0p_ made no attack upon her. mp- Chicago: finishing touches on it-. 4 H. Hill-of the Farmers' Eleva- tor is the first subscriber in Bui- Hogs, J8.1Q-J8.60; cattle, V LOCAL MARKETS LOCAL WHEAT MARKETS Track I dett to have a telephone installed. oats lotion i Harresj Thanksgiving was held in liver spots, moth blackheads and pimples. "Wrinkles can be treated with bene- fit by tathing the face in a lotion, Harvest ThanBSgiving was nem m prepared by dissolving i ounce church on Sunday even-i" tots- m'-HSmi'Witch hazel, ij cmlrch was tastefully decor- wheat Instantaneous results are secured.- wlth gnliUSj ,-ruits and vege- Oats iahles. Special music was rendered, Barley Mrs.-Geo. Johnston .being the organ- ist. I BUYING PRICE No. 1 timothy baled r 0p_ some of them ought to go over to [fives whatever. He deemed it his the meeting of the private fiveg Ait3 auty to satisfy himself that the ob- AdvertiEemeut. MAN OF 70, DISPLAYS REMARKABLE AGILITY Hastings, ai fire "that destroyed a large barn with its con- tents and adjoining on the ui. 0.. farm of Messrs. K. and LT Shaw, Ot-! hallowe'en dance on Wednesday, No- onabee, Mr. Win. Siiaw, father of theivember 8- the first dance ev- two hrothers, is said to have been at er given by the: Coaldale "Stars." 31 36 143 FOX HAY ton 10.25 committee, at which the Pacific ject of the concert was what it was Coast Coal Mine's Co.'s bill was be- s.ated to he. The net proceeds of the ing considered, .Mr, Arbuthnot told! CQncert go to this fund. Chief Ske- him that he (Michener) and James Mr! ton am not see Madame Bishop at all, Savage might no over if they liked, lmlt tooit the matter up before her ar- but that personally he did not need rival with Manager; Brown of the to go- Michener explained :that Ar- buthnot had had conference Lwitli Sir Richard McBri.de, the night, and that at this conference the Pre-. (.33 mier had told him that the thine was 28} going through. 110 On the opening court today in the defence suit, W. J. Taylor, K.O., I in reply to the court, stated that he ihad served Hon. Dr. Young as one of u_io ........j---------- the defendants. .There "was no ap- invitation is given to overy- pearance of the at the morning sitting. theatre. _________ Special Services at Westminster Despite the stormy weather'.-of last evening, a splendid crowd greeted Rev. J. P. Westman, in Westminster church. The interest is growing each evening. These-services .last just one week. Get on the job hefore the treat has passed out of- your hands. The COALDALE NEWS Coaldale, Alia., Oct. Coal dale Chapter of will give_ a the top of a silo that was .being fill. ed when the fire broke out. _ He accomplished the feat, although man of 70 years, of jumping and Mr. and "Mrs. W.-'B.'Jlitford, of Lelhbridge, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Davidson. A-Chinaman has opened: a restaur- a-Iulin 01 'U ui jumpmg auu catching the window at the top of the ant here for.the fall trade, sflo, pulling himself up, and then slid-. Mrs. Fred Martin is spending a few ing down an iron pipe more than 30 days In Lethbridge, visiting Mrs. feet to the ground. Pase. A thousand bushels of oats, the en- crop of hay, and1 a threshing ma- A Washington inventor has paient- chine were consumed. Messrs. Shaw cd a newspaper Sle; equipped with. a have insurance of which will j wire, frame; to hold a paper open and cover a small part of the loss. j guard against tearing. No. 1 timothy baled, ton f No. 1 alfalfa, baled, ton 9-25 il !No. 1 9.23 BUYING -PRICES FOR VEGETABLES Carrots, per cwt., Beets, per cwt., 51.00. Turnips, per Cwt., 75c. -New -per ton, to 512. Parsnips, per cwt. Cabbage, per cwt., lac. to 51.00. Livestock ana Poultry Choice steers, Fat cows, 4J-5c. killing wethers, 6J. killing ewes, aic. Select hogs, 150-250 Ibs., 8'4c.. Live poultry Ib. Nurnocr 1 lowl, 12Vc. Dressed 12 to 15c. Fresh gathered eggs, 35c. doz. No. I Farmers' dairy butter, 26c. JOHN PUGSLEY DEAD Toronto, Ont., OcL an ill- ness extending over two years, John Pugsley, one of Toronto's best-linown businessmen is dead. He came to To- ronto from Selkirk, Ont., in 1863, and formed a partnership known as Pugs- ley, Dingman Co. Jlr. Pugsley was a Mason of many years standing. He leaves a widow and one daughter who ia the wife of the Rev. A. B. CohOc of Halifax. FRENCH one to" come and enjoy the. good things. Last evoaing Mr. Westman took as his suhjeot, "Putting Every His text Paris, Oct. the beginning'- on feet and I will talk with if the war 2000 French public school The objectiv fiUH sstnuui- .Man Where He Belongs TEACHERS. DISABLED j was found in Ezek. teachers have been'ki'iled on the bat; tlefield, and 8000 have been put out of service, according, to statistics giv- en out today by the. Ministry of Pub- lic instruction. The number of mob- ilized teachers is There have been 700 of them cited in array-'or- ders. Goes to Vulcan Okotoks Review: Rod Crow, former- ly of the C.P.U. staff at imvc Tumg and who has been living of 'late with to the nMple- anil the present day en- ot the address; was the thought of developing the I idea-of individual responsibility and personal confidence. The man who lives in the past is not capable of passing judgment on the events of today.' The sentiments of the .old prophets should ring true today, that is, taking nothing second handed. Their-riiessagcs were fresh from God ami they spoke to the people of their own time. T.he Christian today must have a living message which appeals have decided to close our business at the earliest possible date, and are selling our entire stock at cost .Goods purchased for future, tier gratis. First in first -served. No stocks will-be replen- ished. C.C.PAGNUELO WINE SPIRIT CO. 407 and 409 Second Avenue South Lethbridge. For the use of tailors a device has been invented which shows just how cloth will Ipok when made up into clothing without'catting tUc fabric. auu ,m.-> i "Y wlt- v..- his parents in Okotoks, left this week, viroiimenl lo try. to talk in tongue, for Vulcan; where he has been appoint-, is proof that we arc just 2000 years assistant to the station agent. behind the times. Tho great master of men revealed a God consciousness and thus spake with authority. No man can hclicye that Hod talked with Moses, if ho, himself, has not had "a talk with God. .Our busi- ness is .to develop men and women who are not dependent op'othcrs, but who arc, themselves, so full of life that they too will speak with au- thority A most Interesting institute follow- ed, based on questions relating to the gcrrral activities'of the church and Sunday school. Tonight Mr. Westman speaks on tho topic, "Men or Song service at 7.45. You arc wel- come and wanted. Bring some ilicnd jfilli you. ROYAL YEAST CAKES ,T Miners Wanted 50 Machine Men, Loaders and Lethbridge Collieries, Kipp Canadian Coal and Coke Co.