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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta THE BEST COOKS PRIDE OF ALBERTA AND MOTHER'S FAVORITE FLOUR Order from your or from Taylor Milling and Elevator Co., Limited Guaranteed Strictly New Laid Eggs are very hard to got a hold of just now. but we manased to gi-t sonic that have been guaranteed as such and tho party guaranteeing them has a reputation to keep up. Price per doaoii ...............40c Canadian Apples are (he Finest Apples Grown Anywhere. 'The Department of Trade and Commerce says so. so It must he right. Wo have- some Sine. R C. stock, several varieties to choose- from including Mclntosh Heds. 1'rices.per 51.65 Try a Voi: will like them. IN, FINEST B. C. CELERY, FIRM AND CRISP, PRICE PER POUND ....................10c Office: CO Store: Phone525 WEATHER Max. 55 5S 56 33 .OS Lcthbridge, clear Edmonton, fair..... Calcary, cltar....... Medicine Hat, cloudy.. Macleod, clear.... Winnipeg, fair...... Nelson, rain....... The weather throughout the praine provinces lias been fine and warm; a few points in each province have reported slight frost at night. Forecast All winds, becom- ing cooler and more unsettled; Thurs- day, cooler and mostly cloudy. Fdmonuin Oct pio- but -imblm Cation reached tonight or no. liouse this morning o business "ami disposed of several gov measures and there was a ru pie of inter at nnen Mr cb jecfed to .iacreasing the license iees for'ciubs iii larger cities ?1 500. HQ said it was "prohibitive and dens said all clubs ___selling any booze .'whatever. Dr. Stanley didn't want I clubs licenses than while the license system prevails. Dr. Stewart disapproved or any change unri'i after the vote on prohibition. opposed: restricting the Ed- tliat -while there were dives the club ,and .allowing 39 bars to ernhient hud no richt to try and drive! peddle-booze, in.-its'most objectionable them "out bv indirect methods. He 1 form.. Tweedie's- ;niotion was defeat- moved that th'e-clause be struck out. Jed high tax stands. Premier Spencer suouorted the Sirrpn lias gnen notice ot a patriotic clause. He clubs discriminated I motion' supporting the position of against noor men Ihe rich man Great Britain in the and approv could ornl on Siirdav while the noor in? the action OL the Alberta govern man io a against The'merit to the end motion which tat toe light, it should bp Us a one t, coucned in highlj stricter; Clubs'as a rule are nothing. patriotic language. MARKED -LOCAL No. 1 Nor. MARKETS in .WINNIPEG CASH PRICES r-o 1 Aor 1.17i No N'or 1.13 No 3 Sor _ 1.08 No 4 Mo D 98} iFeri -89J Oats- No 2 C W J! No 3 C lOJ Ex -No 1 Feed aOJ 1 Feed Xo 2 Feed 4 Rejected 2s o 1 No A C. Bee Ilec Mav 96 91 84 No. 1 Red. No. 2 Red. N-o. 3 Red. No. 4 Red. 42 No: 2 Nor. No. 3 Nor. Nor Oat No 2 C W LIVE- STOCK 6c 5c.; wethers, 5i to Cc.; .veal, 7c. 10c.; 15c.: 7 to Sc. H timoth, I aod alfalfa, :512.00.; alialia offered S9 50 to blue jomt, (none of i fered) CITY ANDJHSTKICT B. of T. Council meeting of the council of the Lethbridge Board of Trade at lun- cheon tomorrow 22. at 12.30 p.iu., at the Lethbridse Uotel. Poultry Association meeting of the Poultry associa- tion will he held on Thursday even- ing October 22, at S p.m.. at the pres- ident's house, 120 Eleventh streeu South. For Belgian Relief Fund W. 'A.' Bnehiman, M.P., today re- ceived two handsome cash contribu- tions for the Belgian Relief Funfi. D. loutts of Hirdieville handed in Sla 2 the nroceeds of a dance recently 1-eld under his diroCtion Cecil Dradlej of Spring Coulee donated New Commissioners Thos H Hudson J. J- McLei Ian Purple Snrmss Isaac Alantle am H Bller Aim- River Louis Peter son Daron A E BeniaJtfeld Barrhill Geo H Tohnson Burdett and I. H- Ringwood Foremost have been appointed commissioners for taK- i! affailavlt For Patriotic Purposes Have a rituing good time ind aid a worthy bv attending the Kent j ishmen s smoker m St llao s hall "Monday Proceeds to be to Patriotic Furd If jou haven t been buy a you can set one at the 'door. Dr Brett to Present Dr ETCU of of the Red Cross society' arrived m the city this ?iternoon. Dr Brett v ill be Is Enhanced by Good .Office Supplies Good Supplies make office work easy and economize time. "We have just what is needed for every purpose. Ribbons Carbon-Ropers Stenographers'.Note Books Legal Blanks --Pads, Rubber Bands, Inks, Letter Baskets Waste! Paper Baskets, etc. When anything is needed in Office 'Supplies come here first. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited THE- BULLETIN BOARD Notices for this Column should reach this Office before 12, o'clock noon on the day of publication Ole.Tlieobaldi at Wesley Church to- night. There will be no infantry drill to- night, owing to the unsatisfactory state of the weather. The regular monthly meeting of the school boarrt will be belli tpiiighi at the secretary treasurer's office. A meeting of those interested in the formation of a 'iocal Red Cross society, will be held at St. Augustin's Hall, commencing at A linnry meeting will be held at 8 o'clock. Ml Third Avt. per cwt j Caboage per pound DEATHS en't in St 4u-ustm s cows I tonight and ill assiH in the I organization of a local branch of the Red Cross society.--------- To the Frenchmen Bslsrra rg to the Auxiliary Services Consular Agent for France a.. Calgars informs the ir-rch citizens who belong to the seruces that the Preach government invites them to gne their addresses imme diatdy to the Consular Agencv in 1.40 IN CANADIAN CONTINGENT London Oct deaths are 574 i reported m the Canadian contingent i-Prtvate W- H. Hartley, C Company, 1 131 14th Battailon, Montreal, died sudden 1 101! 1} today during- Hie journev to Salis- "j bury, his death being probably dje to 1.131 C V, 'JIIXNE'.VPOLIS lilt I 161 CHILX5O 'the contingent aboard the Ivernia 1 1 16i died on tne 14th, his death being due 1.20J- 1-22 to natural causes. heart failure, while Private James Nichols a reservist of the West York shire -regiment, travelling home with Aquarium Plant and i i Gold Fish j'' a limited, supply of the plant Get oiu oidei m. .RED CROSS MEETING Giean and Pure The inner part of the wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by-the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. Organizations" and people in- terested in the formation of a -Red Cross Society are.request- ed to attend a meeting fo; this purpose to be held in thf.St. Augustin Hall tonight. u.esday, at S.30. EVEN THOUGH. DEMANDS FOR' COAL ARE' VERY MEAGRE AT PRESENT OF EVERYTHING IN Household Furniture Will tako place at'.427 6th St. S., Knights of Pythias Hall Store on TOMORROW, THURSDAY AT 2.30 P. M. SHARP Solid Oak Chiffoniers One Oak Buffet Six Soilo'Qalt Dressers J Round-ExiMlsian TableJ Ph-e iCitclien 'Tables One Cook Range 4-piece ParlopSuite Kitchen Chairs Dining.TJhairs and Springs 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 Desk Disiies, Cooking Utensils and other articles too. numerous to GUS NEIDIG, AUCTIONEER NO RESERVE diay o view to pass a new medical examma tion. Com Travellers Render Assistance it the last regular meeting ot the Council, No 511 Umtod Commer-ial Travelers i passed sigmfving the councils willingne'S to absist brothers Bio were called to heli defend our Moth j.. er Coaatrv ov pajmg their dues and or Approximately was set in circulation this week, following the halt monthly mine payday on Saturday Fast The jmnes on the_other side of tho river including the: UetlilifUfoa r and Chinook, pay out aliout every two weeks, while the Gait cpl- iieries on this side, pay out- a month, or about every two i-eeks Orders irom the east have not come m as npidlv as was expected, owing to mild. weather, but the end of the roontn should see a material increase. in tie total payroll. The Gait mines are running four and five days a week and the Lethhridge and Chinook ahout half-time. The orders from f eastern noints are so scarce, in fact, t that the mines is piling coal on the this surplus ivili all go out in a verv few days, once there is a change iii the weather. Vearb all of the mines in the dis- trict have broken fail records for the amount of coal lifted. FINE' NEW FRENCH pisccd in commission .as soon as 6UPER DREADNOUGHT I possible. Her displacement is: Bordeaux- Oct.'- length at water Uric 574 feet, ancj dreadnought Normahdie, one of the beam 92 feet. The armament include most oowerful battleships ever built (twelve 13.4 Inch guns, twenty-four 5.5 by Frartis, was successfully launched Inch guns, four 3-pounders and six at St. Nazaire-sur-Loire today, and will j torpedo tubes. S. O. E. HALL In Aid Of The Local Relief Fund Everybody il invited to spend the afternoon and evening at the Saiaar. THERE IS ROOM FOR'ALL imperial Orchestra (6 pieces) in the afternoon. TfaneV Work, Apront, Dells, Home made Pastry and candy Flow tn, PIMM, Bran Tubs, Fortun- Tellers and Rummage Sale at O'clock bj Hib Woi Mayoi Hardie TAKE VOUB AT BAZAAR assessments until the ,or to the end of the calendar iear 1315 if necessary. ________ Personal Mention Mr Frederick Lo.enng of Cormv-iil England a visitor in the citi with I his cou-in Dr 1 r Lovenng Mr Lovenng is on Ills wav back to Lng land after a trio through Canada He is the proorietor of large china clay mines ir the Old country I D McNiven of the Department of Labor Ottawa was a Msitor m the cits Mr McNhen attended the recent convention of the I edcration of Labor at Calgarv A. riarron of the Staccv Lumber Company, received word this morning that his Bister, Mrs McK-nnitt of Owen Sound is seriously ill and not expected to live Bcrllnski Tidene (Copenhagen, Ben-1 EDMoNTON PAIR GET INTO mark) The wizard Theobaldi piaj el this afternoon for Queen Louise and the Rojal family Czar Aleiin der was present xHe made a great sensation with his original selections BUSINESS LOCALS Dry for starting fires and heavy block for jour fireplace it SJ 00 per load Can also fit yon up with storm windows Ask us for prices Phone 1884 Becker -fetes Storm Saih We will take the measurements and -have fitted on if I desired 12 inch k'nclling wood for i sale The Stacay Lumber Co, Ltd, I Phono 421 The North Lethbridgo Public: Mar- ket was patronized on. Saturday, and those who went were well.pleas- led with the bargains offered. From 2 to ic IMS for a pound of meat and llARK Sugar took another advance yesterdav, the price rising to 52.00 for a ?0-lb. sack. iere Do You Get Off? When you are? coming down town shopjins make it a point to g t off at the drug store where you 'get' tlie: 'best service. Malic: your first stop today at tho corner of Srd Ave. and 7th .Street .S. JACKSON'S DRUG STORE We servo you right and we serve you -with the 'best. Leave vour order i 1th will send it home have a delivery. service the job' PHONE 1232 Jackson Co. prescription Drug Store Lethbridge, Alberti. EL- TON SENDS- THEM TO .JAIL Two lusty, dusky-hued madams flirt- ed with the wrong man last night, and as a- result they will-.' now spend- GO days working tor the the Mac cod guirdroom, Claia James and: Kate Knowles came down from Edmonton yesterday to visit .their husbands out at the Hotel de Rivers. Last night one: of them tried to strike up a little flirta- tion with Chief Skeltbn and Detec- tive Kane, who standing on street in. citizen's clothes. Detective Kane fell for it and followed the .wo- man around the corner, where he im- mediately.' placed her under -arrest; The other woman was nabbed in a hotel where she was soliciting. Charges of vagrancy were placed against them, and the magistrate gave them a ticket to the Macleod bar- A hanger on one Pete Didnlk, was solicitous as to their fate, and peeped the police station window this find out what happened. The pol'ce were looking for him, and immediately went out arid arrested him on the suot He got twenty days, and ahotner also-ran, John Curkiil, uis lent up for the Ien8tlivof time Ethel Moore, Vwhlle'glrl, sent up to Macleod this morning for 30 days on a.similar charge, you don't have to die to Ap advertisemenl to men in their "twehties" and "thirties" or' would come in mighty handy you to-day, %vouldn't it? Think, th'cn, how much more -Ivaluable it will be you at forty-five or. fifty. .Of you'll say, I'll have been successful and need it then. But stop_! and if yoii do, you'll need it more then than you do to-day. Your producing years .will be .waning and wil: mean' "all the difference between -a dcpcndtrit and an -independent old age. Man, there's a big; idea back of -Imperial .Old Age one that's mighty interesting to.y.ou. .us.Vcnd.ypu particulars. Write for them now. postal will do. Address: THE IMPERIAL LIFE Assurance Company of- Canada 'HEAD OFFICE TORONTO District Manager, lelhbridge Tlit Iitii'inat has paid, profits in policyjmldtrt. much as Ike total p'aitl by allitr Canadian -established in the .Ian t-jriHty yean. .1.: jHead Toronto D. R.-vylLklEJ Presidon't Mori. ROBERT JAFFRAV, Vice-Preildent SAYINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits ot. >i.OO -and upwards received and-Interest allowed from 'daio ot deposit. ;