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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor Day Hold In LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDOE The Dallas Hotel l> the Beit and Most Convtn. lint The Best Bread is made with Pride of Alberta or- Mother's Favorite Taylor Milling and Elevator Co., Limited LETH EXTENSION OF ONE YEAR FOR PAYMENT ON OIL LEASES Calgary, Alta., Oct. R; B. Bennett, member for Calgary, an- nounced definitely to your correspond- cut today that he had word from the actinq minister of the Inter- ior, Hon. Robert Rogsrs, to the ef- fect that an extension of one year would be givsn for the payment of rental by lessees of gas and petroleum lands in the province of Alberta, and i-slas for the performance- of any work necessary to. comply with the terms of the l-eases. An order in council has already been passed granting exten- sion til! six months after war is over to all men on active service. LIEUT.-GEN. FRANKLIN IS DEAD IN LONDON Oct. Gir AVHliam Edmund Franklin, who corn- manned the third division of Kitchen- er's ne'w army, died suddenly last PHONE 1567 SUPINA MERCANTILE CO. Corner 15th Street and 2nd -Avenue Wagstafle Jams, in 4-lb tins, per tin. St. Evaporated Milk, 10 fins 51.00 Erinklc Corn Flakes-. 3 pkgs i'or S-nilr's Lard in 3-lti tins 45C Swiff's Lard in 5-lb 75p Sugar, per 20- ft sack 51 .75 Jelh- PowdeiN. 7 pkgs lor 50C Eo.yal Crow 11 Soap, 2 pkts for 45C Panlin's Sodas in 2-lb pkts. '2 pkts for. 45C Canadian Apples, per box Peaches, in 2-tb tins. 2 for 35C These Specials for Friday-Saturday Only Hallowe'en or Week-End Specials per pound ................3c HUBBARD per pound .......3c YELLOW per pound ........2c VEGETABLE pound..........2c per CANNED per tin ...........15c FRESH and tb..10c HOT HOUSE each ..25c SWEET for ------.........25c pounds for .....................25c basket basket .....................50c ....................150 HOT HOUSE extra special kind, no waste; all small average Price per pound.......................30c CALIFORNIA pound .....15c CALIFORNIA basket ....60c FLORIDA GRAPE we had this sea- son. Price each ;.10c and. TOKAY pound 'TOKAY basket.............7Sc FRESH ...90s NEW COMB each ._____30c NEW LAID dozen..............40c SNOW pounds for .............25c Per. .case GOOD COOKING pounds for ...25c JONATHAN pounds for ........25c Per case Per THE GOOD CO. HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES 5Z5 WEATHER Max. Min. 64 20 56 24 SO IS 30 35 Lethbridge, clear Edmonton, fair Calgary, clear....... 64 Medicine Hat, clear 62 Regina. clear...... 50 clear..... 46 Nelson, cloudy...... 46 The weather throughout the west has been fine and. mild. A few points in- Saskatchewan report rather heavy frost at night. Forecast Western and mild today and on Friday. CITY AND DISTRICT Statement: Police Constable Tallon, who is nu- der suspension, explains to the Her- ald that while- the circumstances con- nected with the case appear very jiask asraiiist Mm. he did .not. steal the iottle of cream' at "the Hull block, nor ind he any intention of doing so. He merely, moved it upstairs. where it would" be safer. "Nor, he says, did he take milk at any other time. MARKETS THURSDAY'S GRAIN PRICES Hallowe'en Novelties Hallowe'en, likei'Xmas, comes qhly once, a the. child- ren all look to haying of knight. It is up to lathers and moth- ers to help this alon- hy get- ting them some -of these inex- pensive and appropriate Hal- lowe'en Novelties: Pumpkins, Witches, Black Cats, Darfc-Lauteriuj Etc., etc. Prices lOc to "35c each The Red Cross Drug Book Cov, Limited Winnipeg, Oct. and closing prices -today were WINNIPEG CASH PRICES 1 Nor................... l.HJ- No. 3'Nor................... l.lli N'o. 3' Nor................... 1.Q6J-, No. 4 96J-. 91t j Feed No 2 C. 55> No. 3 C. W. 52-} Ex. No. 1 52i No. 2 Feed................. 50} Barley- Rejected 60 Feed 591 CHICAGO Dec.......... 1.135- 1.13J May........................... 1-lH 1.1H MINNEAPOLIS 1.10J May 1.1SJ 1-161- SIX SONS AT THE FRONT "My father has -sis sons' at the frpnt, and cann'ot afford to leave Ms said the -daughter of a collier at Ystrad fSouth -County Court on .Wednesday in answering a judgment summons. Mr. J: the registrar, paid the debt, saying, "We are all in luxury This the Signal" from the Poultry Yard these days. _ If you haven't heard it your "receiving apparatus1' is "dis- mantled." Time to assist tfie hen. "We have Uie goods. 'Hess' Panacea' The Guaranteed Egg Producer. In Packages 35 and 85 cents. 25 Pound Pails Friday and Saturday Specials Government Inspected Roast Shoulders Roast Legs Roast Loins 12ic P. Bums Limited Phones 412 and 1388 STORMY WAR COUNCIL" The Paris Petit Journal prints a telegram from Copenhagen 'stating that a great council of war.took place under the presidency of the Kaiser be- fore his departure for .the eastern scene of the war. The gathering was very stormy. The generals of the Headquarters Staff strongly criticized In'which the Crown Prince iiad been conducting staff-also expressed the opinion, the mans should successively eyacuatfe France and Belgium, and then remain on the defensive. During the discussion the Kaiser had several fainting fits caused by neuralgic pains. 'Shortly Intimation "was received at the lo- cal telephone office this morning that ftbey had been informed the new is- jsue of the telephone directory Would be distributed "shortly." BUSINESS LOCALS The Auditorium Club -tdH hold a dance in the K. of P. Hall on the evening'of October ttie'-30tb. ILady and gentleman Jl-OO. o-ith in- vitation unaccompanied by gentleman, 50c. 260-2 Dry wood for starting fires nnd heavy block wood for your fireplace at 13.00 per Can alio (It you up with stornf windows.1 for prices Phone 1384; Becker Yatea. BEMBMBEB, you need Storm Sash. Storm Doors and Stole Wqod for kindling fires and large bloclfs for your fire plate Phone iC2 and we will Citizens' Lumoer'Co Ltd 134 I6th St N CITY AND DISTRICT Stampede at Vulcan A stampede is to be held at Vulcan on November 11. Personal Mention R. M.. Mahoney of.Calgary, former- ly with headquarters at Lethbridge, is in the city on a business visit. B. K. one.of Taber's mine owners, is', in the city today'. Suriday'Band Concert The programme for'the. baud con- be given by baud, Majestic.'oh Sunday is now.complete; and.will.jje published in detail on Saturday. Red Cross Meeting A general meeting of the local branch of the Red Cross has beeu called for tomorrow evening at S.30 o'clock in the auditorium of the Y.M. C.A. -The" Reason for the: Big'Difference-' The bank clearings this week totall- ed The. amount for-the corresponding 'week last year was ?717.303.80. The big decrease is ac- cmmieu for-by fset iimt one year ago this week saw the big rush to pay taxes, over being collect- ed in two day 3. .Bought 22 Horses Twenty-two horses were bought here .yesterday .Police authorities. The animals are a like- ly looking bunch, and a number of re- cruits were busy breaking them to the saddle "this Ten were sent to Macleed this morning. Hyssop Bros, supplied a number 0. the ani- mals. Assistant Commissioner Cuth bert is buying in Medicine Hat today Headquarters for the Spooks and The Young Men's Christian associa tioh will hold its annual Hallowe'en social Saturday night, October SI, at 8 o'clock. Everything is being done to make this evening a success. The So- cial committee have bee'n hard at work, planning stunts and freaks with which to make you happy, to afford you an evening of profitable pleasure. Everj' available corner in the build ing, up stairs and down stairs, wiH'be" devoted to making Hallowe'en a night You can't af- forcl to miss these few hours of laugh- ter and fun. They are being prepar- ed for your special benefit, and we want you to come and enjoy them. Fronuthe moment you enter the building, through a secret passage shown you by a spook or goblin, I ior get which, until you have passed tjirdugh the avenues and the de- scription of which I must wlthold, you will -believe more and more in the grim reality of dear, freaky old Hal- lowe'en. .Watch the corners, for in them you "will find people of ancient horror, who will'unfold to you stor- ies never heard by mortal rnan Be not afraid of those sanity has-been humans, for they will con- duct you .through the cavern of de- the vau.ts 'where hu- man frame is forbidden to tred. Only be strong of heart, and, perhaps, you may escape with nothing worse than aching sides. We -would say more, but that would be telling. is large and admirably adapted to such a feature as will greet you this Saturday night. A large am- ount 6f time has been and is being spent to. make this occasion worthy your acceptance of the invitation W'hich the Y.M.C.A; most cordially ex: tends .to you. Come and bring your friends. MOOSE Patriotic Concert Hallowell Concert Co. of Chicago Sherman Theatre Mon. 2 Tickets on sale at lleillcy Drug Co. 75c and 50C ON Any article m the store at 20 per cent, off Buy it on Friday or Saturday C W. Gray Next Dallas Hotel ARMY BOOT ORDERS Orders for pairs of Belgian Army boots and for pans foi he Greek Armj been recened in 3ristol. ;An order, for; pairs for Trance-is being.executed', but the man- ufacturers too busy., to take a French' government order- for another [Jn to nowxprily. about pairs, so far as can bo; ascertained, have been ordered by the. English War Office from Bristol. Daughters of the Empire bold a SALE OF CANDY made liy The Lethbridge Chocolate Caudy Co., in the Balmoral Block, on v SATURDAY NEXT Proceeds in aid of I. 0. E. Patriotic Work Refreshments will be Imperial Bank of Canada Capital Paid'Up Reserve Fund............... Total Assets Over Head1 D.RiWILKIE, President Hon. ROBERT J AFFRAY, SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of 1.00 and upwards .received and Interest allowed from date of LETHBRIDGE BRANCH................W. R. 8EATLE, Manager ;