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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 22, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS- Hotel Windsor a Day Hotel In Albsrta LETH IT'S GOOD when rnaite with PRIDE OF ALBERT A MOTHER'S FAVORITE FLOUR 'Order'from your-Grocer or from Taylor Milling and Elevator Co., Limited EVERYBODY LIKES A GOOD SNOW APPLE Just 11 cases nre nil ive could of those. Tin Canadian extra heavy" cases. Price per cusi iv nro (itier Baling Apples to be had just .now. ?t.75 or 4 Bounds -for ...25c are Some Lines tlisst arc Extra (ioort Value: CALIFORNIA-RIPE fine qual- ity. Per pound CALIFORNIA fine, spec- ial per head-...........................15c NEW LAID Price per dozen........................40c FRESH in, all solid meats- Quarts................................90c Pints ___..............................50c COOKING large lug boxes. Special per box Or 6 pounds JONATHANS AND' KING very fine. Per MclNTOGH REDS AND SPITZENBERGS, extra quality, per case CALIFORNIA TOKAY Per pound ..............................15c Per taskct .............................75c Office: Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Store: Phone 525 WEATHER No. 1............... Feed............... No. 1 N. W. C. !Xo.''2 59 57i Oct. and closing prices on the grain exchanges j today were j Open Close Oct. 1.161 Nov. 1.17' 1.15Ji Dec. 1.15JI 1.32? 1.2H I I Oct.......... 54-1- 54 i! Nov. 54i- li-fc............................ 53i May 57 Flas- Nor................... Dec................... Dec Max. 57 50 4S 44 US Jlin. 31 .OS Lethbridge, rain Edmonton, fossy Calgary, clear.. Mc-dlciae Hat, fair Macleod. clear..... Winnipeg, cloudy.. 66 4S 53 The weather In Manitoba has been generally fair and mild. In western Saskatchewan and Alberta it.has bec-u unsettled, but comparatively warm, with local showers at a few points. Forecast Manitoba and settled and cooler, with local showers today and on Friday. fair and cooler. CITY ANDJISTKICT 1.13} 1.12 Bank Clearings 1.19 l.IJi- Bank clearings this week totalled "CHICAGO as against last i year. 1.161 1.22; 53 H 57ii Ma .London; Oct. .22. Announce- was made' hers today that the 1.12 British War office require for Imme- service .a thousand chauffers 7 and motor truck drivers, between the WINNIPEG .GASH PRICES >9e5 20 and 4q. The applicants are 'reqUtated to present themselves by 1.15s- noon tomorrow. 1.14 1.11 1 Nor. 'Nor.................... No.'-3 Svd. 4 No. 5 IV ex 6............................ .-Oats-- NOV 2 C. W. No'.'. Extra No.' 1 Feed......... So. 1 Feed.................. Feed.................. 1.07 07 50 ,Som-3 Scrap Tbe scrap which'-. precipitated itself I this policej court will nev- er 'tie forgotten by., those who. 'were unfortunate enough -to be -present. A had charged a 3Irs. HIH with', using abusive and the noise that fo.'.owed was a second edi- i tionjof. the battle 6E. the JIarne. Mrs. Hill was dismissed, -hut she' was or- dered the magistrate to keep the "l :Each side had witnesses. IABMOEED CAK SUSPENDED TOR BOMB :K. DBOPPEVCf OPEEAf id of ..attack-is the one which England Today is Pay Day Today is the half monthly pay day at the city offices, and the pay office will be open until 6 o'clock. Taber Detachment R.N.W.M.P. The Taber detachment of the R.N. -M -P will he onened tomorrow, "with Corpora-i tha L-ethbridge 'post in charge and. three'men to as- i sist him. The'Taber detachment was closed about four-years ago. A Short .Visit Martha Fossa, colored, who blew in to the city it 2 o'clock yesterday af- ternoon, was arrested at 4, and left on the afternoon train for Macleod, where she will 60-day sentence to- being a vagrant. Britain's Part in the War The Men's Own extend a cordial in- vitation to all in the city to their meeting next Sunday afternoon, when I W; A. Buchanan, JI.P- will give, an address on "Britain's part in the'war." Shipments of Sheep I Lewis Hatch on Tuesday shipped fifteen carloads, of sheen from-the Lethbridse stocltyards, to market in Caleary. The.sheeolwere brought in by -J. F. Taylor, the well-known rancher. Ten more carloads of sheep went out yesterday. Mr. Hatch states that the yard is proving a great mag- net for the stock in the south country, which formerly went through to Cal- sary. and Hie reriorts-'of farmers do- ing" business at -the yards are very favorable. Conducting'Miners' Exams John David Jones; E. and John H. Marsh, HyW of Ta- ber are in the city taking the examina- tion for first-class certificate-for fire boss. The arq being held in the Mine' inspEctor's office at the Court house, and several other miners from Coalhurst .and'Coal City are writing on them. Hobert Living- stone of the Gait- collieries ;and. In- spector Samuel are .supervising and marking. Steamship News S. B Mitchell, agent for the AUan line steamers, received word yester- day afternoon, that the liner Pretor- iaii, from England, arrive at Montreal last night. Passengers for the west -will arrive here October 26. Business Efficiency Is Enhanced hy.ffoW .Office' [Supplies- Good Supplies make office work easy, and economize time. have' just, wliat is. .needed for ,3very purpose. -i-.: Typewriter Ribbons Carbon Papers Note Books Legal Blanks Pads, Rubber Bands, inks, Mucilage, Paste, Letter Saskets Waste ;Rapsr Saskets, etc. When anything is needed in Office Supplies corns here first. The Red press Drug Book Co., Limited THE BULLETIN BOARD 'Notices fop this Column ihould reach tjiis Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication A meeting of the Vestry of St. Cyp- rian's Church will be held tonight in the Parish room. Regular meeting of C.O.P. In 1C. P. hall this evening at 8 o'clock sharp. Business; Initiation. Members please take notice. Court Unity, No. 0311, Ancient Or- der of P'oresters, will meet tonight at 7.45 in St. Mary's hall, for. a short business session, after which a social will te held. All A.O.F. members and their friends are invited. Refresh- merits -will he served. The inner part of lite wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent millers. IF Eli LOSES London. Oct. The military ex- pert of the London Times this morning "It is difficult to over-rate the savs: CITY AND DISTBICT i ot this battle ..orlh Prince icton on one suit1 or the other mean the ,5- js-sr. M the local barracks. point. The control ot the sea, which War Affects Traffic e exerc'se us to throw .John JI. Scott, genera', passenger I troops asho'e TV hen and n here we mil a-ent of the Southern Pacific Rail to outflank anv German lln winch ivav, was in the citv yesterday for an rests its right upon the coast Ou. hour, coming in from Calgary, and de tioops in this theitre act with ni-nv for Medicine Hat on the ft Vantages owing to the moymltj nt ternoou train. Mr. Scott says tint the home tomtoiv aid the whole sltua war has resulted in availing off m tlie tion ?ffrrds ground lor hope passenger travel in the United States, and that tile Southern Pacific has in consequence decided to call off their usual excursions from Spokane f (FREE) Every woman will want one of these dainty Heavy pines for Selling Bcoze Curly Brads'haw and Ethel Fuller a answered to charges of selling liquor 3 (without 'a license court this morning. The former iiaid S250 anil costs on a charge of selling -without a license, and and costs for keeping liquor' or barter. con triiiuted and costs on each charge. 4. total of ?o7G was extracted from the patr, who both pleaded guilty i to the charges' place'ti against them 'by Provincial Detective John He 11 keth. JOHN D. RELEASED Washington DC Oct Sir Ce cii SnrtnuRice the British Ambaasa released LIEUT: COULETT British aviator who- was in- charg Mayor Hurdle, accompanied by Com- missioners Grace and Reid and George B. -WacKay, They visited the mines on this side of the river; and were very milch taken with'the I of industry and tlfrift which, greeted! them on every hand. The partj Is' travelling in illr. Mclnnes', private car, and are now on their .way east. Imperial Bank of Canada Capital Paid Up Reserve Fund Total Assets Ch or Head D R. WILKIE, President Hon ROBERT JAFFRAY, Vice Preslucnt SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of and upwards received and Interest allowed from date.of deposit. LETHBRIOOE BRANCH W R'SEATLI', Manager EMPRESS Broadway Star .-Feature Five Acts "The Gamblers EMPRESi Oct, 23 24 ;