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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE 'BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor a Day Hotol In Albtrta Lay in a few bags of good Potatoes for winter use You will not r'-srot it us all 'imUrat ions point w tlit'in -becoming and the price no doubt will soon -be considerably higher. nave some oiu-s that wo thoroughly tosttnl before mirdwaiug satisfaction; and ciui JUKI ni Special per Cwt In 500 ft lots, per Cwt Office: Those 1271 Store? Phone 525 HIGH-CLASS GROCERJES IT'S when made with PRIDE OF ALBERTA The inner part of (lie-wheat berry ground, bolted and dressed by the most modern machinery under the careful vigilance of most competent-millers. THE BULLETIN BOARD Lethbridge, j Calgary, olniiiiy j Edmonton, clear .Medicine Hat, fair Saskatoon, fair'... .Moose .law, clear.. Qu'Appelle. clour.. Portage, cloudy Winnipeg, clear Port Arthur, cloudy The weather in Manitoba ttnd Sas- katchewan has been but consid- erably cooler. In Alberta it has been i fine, with not liiuch change in tem- peratnre. Forecast Manitoba and and cold today nnd on Tuesday. not much change temoerature. MOTHER'S FAVORITE Notices for this Column should reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication FLOUR Order from your Grocer or from Whilo It Is Confined to the Tli mat nnd Passaes Regular monthly meeting ot Kent j ishmen's association tonight at 7, I prompt. Smoker at Taylor Milling and Elevator Co., Limited Lecture by Dr. Dmidona'ld, "God's in St. Cynrmn's Church at S o'clock. Admission free1. ALBERTA. Catarrh thai mnv affects only the throat an.l nasal passages can soon lioeome somethins more serious. If neglected it may cause dJ-i'-fness. the sense of smell, or impair the voice. CITY AND DISTRICT Sold 4000 Sheep Hatch and Lewis on Saturday sold 4000 .head of sheep to J. R. Hiinta, 0. Shell and It. B. Eister, all of Car- stairs. Xal's .Nasal Major Hom-3 Major Stewart. M.P.P., arrived back in the city on Saturday uiglu from MARKETS Open Close MONDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Winnipeg, Oct. and closing prices 011 the grain exchanges today were Wheat- Dot. ,____ Nov. .........____........ May Oct. _........................ Nov......._................... May Flax- Oct........................_. Nov. CITY DISTRICT Mr. Gordon Prrachftd Rev. A. M. Goru'qn. formerly of Kncx church, preachsd tbe first ser-1 mon to the Canadian troops upon their 1.15rVlarrival iu England 1.16J Mar US 1.17 WINNIPEG CASH PRICES 1 Nor................... No. 2 Nor................. No. 3 Nor................... No. 4........................... No. rEDMONTON COMMISSIONERS JTO BE 20 PER CENT. MORE GE- CURE THAN LETHBRIDGE SViien commissioners in Ed- monton are .elected, they "will be just >'2Q per cent, more secure in their of- fice than the commissioners in Leth- irldge. Tiie new charter, which is be- ing prepared by a committee under aa elective commission, provides that te. recall petition must bear the names OL 35 per cent, of the total first choice ballots deposited by. the vot- ers .at the last preceding election. letter from Mr. W..H. Todd, secretary ot the .Edmonton charter committee, is especially in- teresting in view of the fact that recent attempt on the part of the commissioners to amend .the charter so that practically forty per cent, would be required in place of 15 per cent., was blocked in the legislature. A resolution that-the letter be pub- lished, was unanimously passed at this morning's meeting of the council. Your favor of October 22nd to hand re recall agitation, in your city; arid I beg to thank you sincere- ly-for your thorough reply to our query. -I might say that we are in sym- pathy, with your effort to raise above 15 per-cent, the percentage require- ments for recall petitions. Our char- ier committee made a very thorough studv of practical experience in the hundreds. of'cities enjoying the initi- ative, referendum and recall, and it after'-the. most sober and thor- ough consideration that we placed the jiqrceitage for the recall petition at 35 get real of the total.first choice (votes cast at t-he last preceding elcc- For the initiative and the refer- endum our new charter places the petition requirements at 20 percent, respectively There is-no doubt in the world that the good citizens of Lethbridge will see to: it that thei recall percentage provided in your I charter is raised sooner or. later. I dlflf hase this statement on the fact that a number of cities under elec- tive commission government and even some- un'der the old form of alderrmm- ic government have found it expedi- ent to raise the percentage in respect 1o recall petitions when such percent- age originally had been placed at-too l.loi 1.21J 1.09 1.09J i.os; 1.03 J- Druggists' Gift Accepted The Alberta Pharmaceutical asso- ciation has received acknowledgement of their donation of S500 which was forwarded to the hon. secretary of the Ottawa. J. the executive committee ol the associa- :ion. _ "J! forwarded to the hon. secret! I Canadian Patriotic Fund, Ol D. Higinhotharo is a niemb 6 Feed Oats- No. 2 C. W................... No. 3 C. W................... No. 1 Feed Xo. 2 Feed No. 3 No. 4 Rejected Feed Flax- No. 1 N. W. C............ No. 2 C. W................... MINNEAPOLIS Wheat- Look Whos Here Some of the visitors in the city are: Leu S. Brown, formerly manager ol Starland. now of Calgary: J. 'M. Hamilton of the Beaver Mines. O. D. 1.16 j Clarke, Siveet Grass; B. Arthurs. U'ell- ing: I. Parkes, Taber; H. R. Fuller, 1.07A I Kipp; P. E. Ludtke, Bow Island. l.Oll Q-3 I Boys Were Released The two local boys who w-ere charg- ed with having stolen a lead of wheat _ from C.. S. Noble, were brought1 up be- fore Juvenile Commissioner Saturday afteraooii, and after the ?-i facts surrounding the case were re- 5011 corded, the hoys were allowed off on suspended sentence'. ilcMi'l'en at- S2J effectually cures nasal and throat' catarrh. It, soothes the irritated and inflamed surfaces, and promotes a hraltliy growth of membrane. It relieves prompt- ly. PRICE 25 and 50c The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Third jjKdmonion where he.lias been attend- Sjins; the session of the Provincial Les- l i islatuve. Major Stewart states lliat he will have some recruiting news to give out in a day or so. 63 i ti3l 59.V 59 i 1.08J. 1.05? tached a large share of the blame to the fathers. The boys confessed to the crime. They stole the waeat and then sold it to the owner. CHI C AGO May Dec. May LOCAL WHEAT- NO. 1 Nor. 1.01. No. 3 Nor. 38 Farm Officials In the City J. II. Grisdale, Director of Domin- ion Experimental Farms, .of Ottawa, Angus MacKavy Director, of Western Farms and T. J. Harrison, Superinten- j 1 18- 1 of the Experimental Farm at Jn- i dian Head, are among the visitors in 1 161 i 153 the city and district today. The farm officials are touring the west acquaint- ing themselves with general farm con- ditions. They are .with Lewis and Hatch toiray looking over some sheep of which they, aie. "rosnp-Rtire pur- chasers. No. 3 Nor. No. 4 Nor. MARKETS No. 1 Red No. 2 Red No. 3 Red No. 4 Red LIVE- STOCK 6c.; cows, 5c. heifers, 5ic. 5c to 6cV; veal, 7c. Britain's Part in the War About 100 men turned out yesterday afternoon to hear -W. A. .Buchanan, M.P., at the Men's Own on the very live subject Part Pre- sent War." The address by the absence of any vain boasting wethers, Sijor jingoism. The speaker's state-; ments were based on official reports low a figure, thereby enabling public servants to be unduly harassed by a clique or tact-ion ffhose wishes it had impossible for the public ser- {vante to gratify and at the same [time do what the best interest of the entire city demands. 10c.; springs, 15c.j hogs, 7 to 8c. US.00 timothy alfalfa offered 58.50 to blue-joint, (none of- per cwt............ B. per Cabbage, per pound linger -wplpr Moscles To keep yopr muscles hi con- dition to instantly and easily re- spond to every" demand upon them, and to relieve them from the, stiffness, swelling, and pain left by injury or overwork, use RUBBING OIL If Rtixr.ll Rubbing Oil does not help reduce the 'swelling, allay the painr and- remove the stiff- we v.ant you to tell and get your money, Prices, 25c, 50c, The Store TELEPHONE NO. 222 and not mere newspaper taifc, -The frequent applause 'svith which speakers remarks" were greeted, show- ed that the men present agreed "with him that England's attitude from the very first was of the highest honor and that they were proud of their citizen-1 ship in the British Empire.. An Inter- jt estiug discussion followed. -Mr. H, r Death of Infant The death occurred yesterday of seven weeks old son of Mr. and Jlrs. Howard Perks, of 201) !ith avenue south. The funeral will' he lie'hl from the residence tomorrow afternoon at I'.oiX Rev. Greene of the 3th Avenue Baptist church will offic- iate. Oil Still Active Although oil has taken ;i second place in the minds of the Alberta pub- lic, activity in the south goes on a- pace, and the Segur field south of the city is admittedly the chief'attrac- tion among the big men of the pr.ov ince. A party of prominent njen pass- ed through the city this morning, and are today here and the Inter- national 'boundary looking over oil lands. .They refused to. ut OJ7 i statements, which we'i! for the j future of the field. In the party were i John Reynolds, paleontologist. Son Francisco, Jewell, a prominent i oil man from Bnkarsfield, California, L. S. Kompher, Al. Sever, and Profc? sor Brown, of the American Museum of Natural History of New York. on timt piece of lumikuro or wluiloyer you for Koine while tkls Sale, lasts. "The Fatal Portrait" at the Bijou. Tonight Ralph, engaged to Jane Winthrop, girl of wealth and position, loses j his heart to Liane, his model. Jane i discovers the state of affairs anil, i plans to rid herself of her rival. Ralph .finishes a portrait of Liane, which lie 'intends to submit to the Academy. Jane, realizing that the ar- tist' break their betrothal, cleverly arranges a denouement which causes 'Ralph to believe Liane un- worthy of his love. Not content with wiitut she has I achieved, Jane, in hei: jealousy, re- solves toidestroy "the portrait of her 'rival. She Ralph's studio dur ing his absence. Just as the girl is about to slash the portrait, she hears someone coming. Alarmed, she hides RUSSIANS STILL PURSUE GERMANS i l.'iOJKilner sang a well-received sc'Io in keeping with the subject. A hearty vote. of thanks .was tender- ed the speaker and Mr. Kilner for their kindness in making the meetin, Petrograd, pet. is officiary announced that beyond the Vistula the Russians the armies of the enemy in retreat.. Display of Fancy Work AND Refreshments Under Auspices of Art Needlework Society ON Wednesday, Oct. 28 On Street just north of Sherman Theatre. t Proceeds in Aid of Patriotic Fund and Slower 0-j.uId. Friday. October to 'Mr. and Mrs. F. Hodley. a dntighter. Wind Roughened FACES The soothing, and hnaJia's cream for wind rough- ened faces is Jadisou's' Witeli Hazel Cream Thoroughly medicated, daink Ily perfumed, easy {.o apply.- Is not greasy or p.ticky. Coot! for cltappad Iiands as well as face. tlio bottle. Jackson Co. Prescription Drug Store Uethbridao, -Albcria. PHPNE 1232 BRITISH DESTROYER SINKS GERMAN SUBMARINE London, Oct. .German submarine has been rammed and sunk by the British de- stroyer Badger. All C 1'ortieres and-Lin- cn at Saciihc Pi ices i COME'FOR YOURS STANDARD FURNITURE CO. .HOME OF QUALITY FURNITURE -OPP. COURT HO.USE 4th AVENUE SOUTH BUSINESS LOCALS Dry wood for starting fires and heavj block isood for TOH- EirepUce at per load. Can also-fit you up itli storm s us for prices Her fin'once enters, I Phnne Becker t In his lliUcrneis, Kalph a KBMEMBER, you need Storm Sash, kuite and drives it through the por-1 Storm Doors and btovo Wood trait, Severely wounding ihc kindling .fires and: largo Blocks girl falls to the flcar. unconscious The artist is horror-stricken. The janitor, who enters a moment later, sees the man standing over Janes body with a knife in bis hand. The man calls the police, uaiph is ar- your fire place. Phone .t62 and we will deliver.-Citizens' Lumber Co. Ltd. 134 16th St. N. rcste'd. Jane is taken 1.3 the hoipital where her liie is despaired of. As siroyer Baager. i last resort, Ihe surgeons suggest th i I transfusion of blood. -Hearing i till Special Agents for (.ABIES' HQME.JOURNAU PATTERNS HALL BORCHERT ADJUST- ABLE DRESS FORMS NEMO CORSETS Ladies Runaway Victims Yesterday at 4.30 the atii'i- nesa that usually abides in 'tlie neigh-, foorfeood of -Seveath avenue on a Sun- day afternoon was by the tiini- ultous beating of hoofs, and. it was not long until the animal res- ponsible for the noise came into view., around 8th street.. He was attaeheij to a buggy, and wag doing Ms best to beat the marathon .record, .jiot being i particular of his cqurse. In the buggy j were two frightened women, .Mrs: i Calilwell, of 13th, street and Mrs. Mas-, son. At the "turn Mrs. Masson" Vas thrown clear, of the rig, and..farther down Seventh "av.enufe.the Crazed ani- mal dashed- inloHbe -curb, .the force of the impact hurling Mrs. Caldwcitl amount twenty feet, She fell on tlie curb, and was knocked unconscious. The horse took the buggy into where lie tore looac from his moorings and continued on his precipitate way utitli captiired- Mts: Cahlwell was taken to the Henderson homo and hit-. er to her o'wn home, where she was attended by Dr. McNally, pro-, iiounced the injuries slight. Mrs. Masson was uhliurtybut severely shak- en Up. Lecture in St. Andrew's A opeci lecture he gi en in St Andrew's clmrolr tomorrow (Tnasday) GENERAL DOUGLAS DEAD evening at S oclock li Di Oundji London, Oct. 'Sir' Lid on "Courtship, Marriage and Home ies U Ifoislo Douglass Lift1." Tiie lecture is behg gncn i n 'Chief of the Bntish tTf ib deid Liar.e offers to undergo the operation. I flef ilie ausiiices "I "the Christian En- j The death is alsoi vsj'ortsd of the Jane's life is sa'-eii. Remorse dea or Ao idmission will he chirked Cerniaii M HOI Centnl f odihinimer en, the girl Ralph; is lie d 'but a coll (tion ill bo taken to de )uho nas Ml et. in a -i m the Al To make amends, Jane requests that frav expense1! tonne foiest IK tliaftt: tlllv if-iiui-.ii-j Liane and Haiph become man and! wife. ENEMY -SUNDAY Paris, Ocl is ported that from the sea .to the. south of Arras, Violent attacks of the enemy, everywhere have COME TO Kentish Men's TO-NIGHT ST. MARY'S HALL AT 8.80 Extra Fine Program Proceeds to Local Patriotic Funfl Mary Pkkford in "The Eagle's Mate" WAR PICTURES BIJOU FRIDAY- lOc--2Oc Imperial Bank of Canada Capital Ptiid Kcscn o Fund TjOO'O.OOO Total As- nt'- Mead OfHce Toronto D. R. WILKIE, Prcsfdem Hon, ROBERT JAFFRAY, VIce-Presldent SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposit-! of JlOO and upAirds received and interest allonod trom date of deposit. LETHBUJPQE BRANCH W. R S6ATUE, ;