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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE TO ALL TRAINS. Hotel Windsor But J1.K a Day Hotel In AlbtrU LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN The Dallu Hotel li the Beit and Most Itnt Majr We want YOU to. ibe the PRIDE OF ALBERTA AND MOTHER'S FAVORITE FLOUR The Verdict be THE BEST WE H-WE EVER USED Buy H from your grocer or from Taylor Milling and Elevator Co.; Limited Canadian Apples, Jonathans, Northern Spies and Snows A3 lino a lot of B. C.. Apples of Hie above varieties as wo have ever seen. All good color, medium size, all wrapped and well matured. iiuve only niiuut v'> boxes of these and as got them exceptionally cheap we will sell them accordingly. While they lust, price per ease NORTHERN Price per and Price per NEW LAID guaranteed. Another lot just.In. Price per dozen -----...........45c Office: THE GOOD CO. Store: 5 Phone 1271 HIGH-CLASS GROCERIES Phone 525 WEATHER Max. 65 Miu. 42 S4 .10 CO. 64 44 cloudy Kdmonton. cloudy.. j Calgary, clear..... Medicine Hat. fair.. i Macleod, clear.. Winnipeg, fair.. I Port Arthur, cloudy. Nelson I The weather throughout the west has heen fair and exceptionally warm. Forecast Western and mild today and on Sunday. 48 41 Delay in Caring For i Poor Eyes is Expensive Economy The now time the time when you first reallze'tliat. your vision is becoming faulty is the time vou should come to us for sight aid. Don't Deceive Yourself by imagining rectify itself i our vision t won't' will Right Glasses will help na- ture will relieve the strain, the blurs, itching and watering. We're here to help you quick- ly, and satisfactorily. We know we can Put us to. the. test. R. A. Wright CITY'S LEADING JEWELER, Established 1898. Eye. Specialist in charge of Optical Department. j T To Join Regiment Mat Mclntee leaves tonight for the Old Country to join his c'ld regiment, the 4ih Battalion King's Hoyal Regi- apent. was- is. Great Falls iVhen the war broke.out He came to Lethbfidge to join the colors, but was rejected ;owing" to his eyes. Since then he has been working: for "D. the couple of days ago he received word that he ivouid be ac- cepted by his old regiment, and trans- portation was forwarded. Dr. Dunteld THE SCOTTISH ORATOR will deliver his fare- well 'address to a Lethbridge audience on Sun. Evening at 7.30 in the Salvation Army Citadel Subject: "God's Diamonds" Repeated by special .requests Appropriate music singing, "by Cica-.lcl Band and Songsters. CITY AND DISTRICT Vote on Prohibition local clergyman drew the atten- tion, of the Herald today to the fact that six states of the American Union will vote on prohibition nest Tuesday. These are Colorado, California, Ohio, Oregon, Washington and Arkansas. More Winter Wheat Than Usual H. Fairfield and E. H. StricK- land returned last night from a. trip to Pincher Creek. Mr. Fairfie'.d states that the acreage being sown to win- ter wheat in that distric is heavier ttan for the past couple of falls. It is being sown later than usual, but the prospects are exceedingly bright. Men's Own The Men's OTVH of Westminster Methodist church will be addressed jbi. by Uie pastor, Tier. J. B. Francis, at p.m., on the topic "Why the working mac does not. go to This is the monthly open session, to which the ladies are in- vited. Miss Fenner is the soloist for the day. The r-nnu'al election of offi- cers will -be held. There will be an offering. Welcome to a'il. MARKETS Candy must lie good to gain regular customers. This is the reason we secured the Southern Alberta Exclusive Agency for- FORD'S CHOCOLATES Many customers patronize our Candy Department regularly on this account. No argument about quality, quantity or prices. Any- body who buys a box or' this ex- cellent confectionery knows he is getting his money's worth. Always an Excellent Gift1 for Her A new shipment just received -from the factory. The Red Cross Drug Book Co., Limited Ph.n. ill Third Am Hallowe'en Tonight is Hallowe'en, a fact well known to the younger generation who lave been patronizing the fancy stores all week, purchasing the most hideous :alse faces on the whole calendar of faces. SATURDAY'S GRAIN 'PRICES Winnipeg, Oct. 31. Opening and closing prices on the grain exchanges today were Open Close Oct................... 1.16-4! Dec. May O'ats- Oct Nov Dec...... May Oct 1.16} 1.221 i 58J Band Concert The City band, will render the fol- i Nov. lowing programme on Sunday evening j in the ilaiestic Theatre at SA5 p.m.: Oct. March Miller; selection, jfov...... Cheer Up! For the benefit of the dis- appointed ones we have decided to repeat our "REXALL CUP GIFT SALE1" of last Saturday, Today, the 31st. :As there are not very many CUPS and SAUCERS we woiild suggest you 'fget in" early. an addition, we will offer ori-the fviz., a'pur-, chase'of FIFTY worth of Remedtds or Toi- let Preparations) "A-REXAtL :FISH NET SHOPPING BAG" Something that every woman will appreciate, j.-toue.. -to each purchaser.) As these are bound to he snapped (illicitly, "oiir advice.is. "DOX'T DELAY." jHE BULLETIN .BOARD Notices for this Column ihould reach this Office before 12 o'clock noon on the day of publication Moose concert and dance commit- ees. meet in Moose hall tonight CITY AND DISTRICT Street Cars Through Subway The first street car to pass through the city's first subway, made the trip Try a Sack Tken You'll Know For Patriotic Fund The Moose concert on Monday night 5 worthy of generous support. The ttraction is of the highest class, and ,s well worth the price of admission. In addition the Moose are donating all the proceeds over expenses to the Patriotic Fund. Citizens who want a good night's entertainment should pat- ronize the Moose concert on Monday night. Personal Mention Charles Malr, customs official of Port Steele, formerly of LetUDrtdge and Coutts, is in the city, visiting old friends. A. Trickey, Southern Alberia su- perintendent for the Massey-Harris Co. is in the city today from Calgary. D. J. Grier and wife of Macleod are visitors in the city today. George C. Gushing is a Calgary visi- tor in the city today. R. C. .and wife are, m the city today .from their sheep ranch at Raymond. Those nominated by Tuber miners were as follows: President. W. L. Phillips'; Robt. Leav- itt; A. J. Carter: ____......r_______ _.. ____ international board II. secretary-treasurer, A. J. Carter; in- Brooks; sub-district board member, A. ternational board niemler, D. Hees: .Batemau; fraternal delesate to -W.F. sub-district board member. J. Israeli. I of ii., B. Nugent. Minen Make Nominations Lethbridge Local 574 U.M.W. of A. jias nomrnated the following officers for District'No.' 18: President, C. Stubhs; vice-president, R. benvitt: "In the Great Rogers; yuieir., Beethoven: ov- erture, "Throw out the life Hityes; Coronation March from "The Meyerbeer: "Alia Stella ConHdente." V. Robandi: seiec-: Dec. liar 1.131' l.ll" 1.11 1.11 CASH PRICES "Angel "Pro I King. Get After that Gough To-Day Too Many People Neglect Themselves 'VII They catch a and neglect it. Then the cold settles on the chest, causing a tight and they neglect thai. s, they generally get well. But think of the distress, the Yes, and even the danger. All this trouble, when they might so easilyavoid it by Ming Penslar White Pine and Spruce Balsam This cough remedy is compounded of trie heal- ing principles of white pine bark, red spruce gum, tamarac and wild cherry. The exact formula is printed on the label. People who have used it tell us they never saw anything loosen a cough and give relief so quickly. That is the best proof anyone could ask.' Get a 25 cent bottle of Penslar White Pine and Spruce Balsam here, and get after that cough today. 1.16} 1.081 1.021 38" 93 J 90 ALBERTA'S PIONEER DRUGGISTS J.D.HlGlNBOTHAM AND RETAIL CHEMISTS AND DBUCCISTi No. C Feed Oats- No 2 C. W................. 56 No. 3 0. 53 Extra No. 1 Feed 53 No. i Feed 51} No. 2 Feed 51 No. 3 fi9 No. .1 B4 Rejected 60 Feed 591 I CHICAGO [Dec. 1.16J-.1.15J 1.21-J MlNNEAPOhlS Dec 1.184 1.12 Jlav....................... 1.1M. 1.1'T LOCAL MARKETS Though Winnipeg grain prices ..have fluctuated several cents either way during the past'few days, the local prices hold firm; sl.Ol being paid to- dav as for the .past week. j BRAIN I No 1 Nor. ...1.01 lied 1.01 I No 2 Nor.....08 Xo. '2 Red 38 'No Nor. "3 So. :i. Jled 93 iXo 4 Nor. 88 No. 88 i 2 C. 45 i LIVE STOCK j Steers 6; cows, 5; I heifers, 5J veal, 74. 'l 5; Hogs-5 dressed' 7 to 8, I 10, -springs, 1 HAY Timothy ..................................513.00 1 Timothy and alfalfa 12.00 Alfalfa.........................10-50 Finist in Alberta Thomas Stubbs, contractor, is in the city today from the Mclntyre ranch, south of Magrath, where he has been engaged for some months in erecting the fine bungalow heing built by the owners. The house will be comnleted in a couple of weeks', and Mr. Stubbs gives Ms word that it is the finest of its kind in Alberta. "NORMAN Tho NEWEST Dr. Oundonald Farewells to Leth- bridae _ On Sunday evening at T.30 Dr. uiin- dbnald, the eloquent Scottish minis- ter, who has been' in Lethbridge for several weeks, lecturing at the vari- ous cnurches to ever-increasing audi- ences, will deliver his farewell ad- dress to a Lethbridge congregation at the Salvajion Army citadel. By special request the Doctor will repeat his famous and soul-stirring lecture "God's Diamonds." Everyone who has heard Dr. Dundonald's splendid addresses 'will be anxious to take this last opportunity of hearing him once again, and those H'lio have not yet done so, should not fail to embrace this opportunity, as this will he a real intellectual and spiritual treat. A large congregation Is expected to tbis i service. All are invited. Service commences at 7.30 p.m. Appropriate music and singing will be given by the Citadel hand and songsters. He Mads Many Friends George Woodal'l, who has5 been superintendent for Navin Bros, on the new post office building here practi- cally since the commencement, has completed the work, and handed over the keys .to. the department, pe left on Thursday for .Moose -Taw, where he will in future reside. Since coming to Lethbridge, Mr. W'oodall has made many friends, and amongst the. em- ployees and merchants connected with the job he was highly esteemed. It speaks volumes for liis capabilities that on the occasion of the govern- ment inspector's visit here three weeks ago, to look over the building for his final inspection, to state that, :with the exception of two minor mat- ters, ne found everything in strict ac- cordance with the carrying out of the contract, and the official warmly com- mended Mr. Woodall and the contract-, ors. saying that it was one of the best finished post offices he had ever haii the pleasure of Inspecting. Mr. .Woodall v.-as a great union man, and j while In Lethbridge was actively con-1 nected with the local Trades Council, who will miss his kindly advice and business capacity very much. Any Article in the store at 20 Per cent, off W. Gray Next Dallas Hotel i Bluo-ioint JACKSON CO. Potatoes H. C Cablmge Onions Turnips Beets Carrots VEGETABLES -Local pftJ" 12.00 1.75 H ''i'i '.02 It's a long, long way to TIPPERARY Have you a copy of this great song? Regular price 60c. Our Prices 35c Postpaid ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 'Next BUSINESS LOCALS Don't forget the demonstration and sale of., candies in the Balmoral Block tonight. Proceeds for patriotic work. Dry '.vood f-r starting fires and .block wood for your fireplace at per load. Can also fit you up with storm windows. Ask us, for prices Phone 1384; Becker Yates. BKSrEMBER, you need Storm Sash, Storm Doors and Stove Wood for kindling fires and large blocks for your fire place. Phone 362 and we will deliver. Citizens' Lumber Co. Ltd. 134 16th St. N. Daughters of the Empire will bold a. SALE OF CANDY made liJ-'Tlic Lctlibridge Chocolate C'liiuly Co., in the Balmoral Block, TONIGHT Proceeds in.-aid of I. 0. D..E. Patriotic Work 'Refreshments will'be served. j DEMONSTRATION OF CANDY MAKING DURING EVENING Rylands Co. Special Agents for LADIES' HOME JOURNAL PATTERNS HALL BORCHERT ADJUST- ABLE DRESS FORMS NEMO CORSETS Imperial Bank of Canada Capital Paid; Up Reserve Fuiid Total-Assets Over............. Head D. R. WILK1E, President Hen. ROBERT JAFFRAY, Vice-Preatdent SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Deposits of jl.OO And upwards received and Interest allowed from date of deposit. LETHBRIDQE BRANCH................W. R. SEATLE, Muntgcr U.i i ;