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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, December THE LETITBRIDGE DAILY HERALD Pane ACTIVITIES OF CRANBROOK Conductor -Trainmen's Board of Tiade Meeting Crautrook, Nov. H. J. Jlilry, ol Ibc Yatk liolcl al Yahk, II. C., arrived ic tho city to- day lo consult tis physician about I, is rij-hl land, which he Kas untor- lucate enough to cut on a rusty Mr. Itlley believes an ounce ol pre- vention lo be worth uound Ol cure, uml did nut wish to tale cbaocfi of blood poisoaicK developing ia his A. U. llorsman, ol Hcrsroaa t Mc- Kachern, tie coolticlors at Glenlily, 11 I'., canic to town Sunday to have n sore loot docloied up. Mr. Hors- aeiosse the leading summer apoit in f all the. towns in Canada. I The Brotherhood ot Railroad Train-; uen atid the Ladies' Auxiliary to tne B. ol It. T. announce their twelfth annual ball to be held In the audi-; oriuro New Year's The com-1 mlltee in charge already mikio; most elaborate preparations for tbe j l, which is consiHored one ot the Fading bills of tte year. Specially I 'mbossed cards, bearing all the col- j 015 o! the order, and an invitation. .0 the bnll alter Ihe style ol R train order, are being prepared L and as on other occasions the hall will be most elaborately decorated witli the col- ors ol the ordcc. walUnB shoot to n of his tie camps when some ties reining down at, about 00 miles an l.ouc caught liim btloie he could get Hear ol the shoot, and as a result bo has been laid up lor a Charlie Day, bookkeeper !or Hors- uiin A: McEacliern lor several years leaves Tuesday lor an extended visit at his home. la New Urunswjck. Joe Jeilrey the same firm, leaves Tuesday on 3 Christinas vocation in 1hc old country. Jcic Mills lell Sunday Tor Nelson. II. C., where lie will spfnd a ten- days. f. IV. Swoin made a business trip to llanbury Thursday and to Yahlc end Glcnlii'r Fiiday and Saturday. Jack McEachern of the firm ot JlMSmnn ilcEachern, ulenlily passed through the city Sunday on a ifcorl business trip to Jaliray, B. C Hamster E. Wilson and wireje lurned on the Flyer Saturday night a It" days spent In Spokane. A. II. Ma'cdoriald and Thomas Cav- en, M.l'.r., reUirr.ed Saturday night from Vancouver. W. Jl. Erler spent. Sunday with his wife and (amlly in Fernie, ,U. C. 0. B. MePherBon lell .Thursday (or Spotai.e, where he expects to re- wain lor the winter. V. Doty, representing Ihe Reming- ton Typewriter people, spent- a lew days in fowa this week delivering and selling now -machines. Frank Broughlon has taken a posi- tion at XaJnup, D. C. .Mrs. VI- J. Armslrqng returned lo her horns in Lethbrldge Saturday morning alter enjoying a most pless- ant visit Tvith'ber Cranhrook friends. During her visit she was entertained to afternoon lea at rbe horrie ol Mrs. Tt. J. Uinning on. Wednesday, and nn Thursday al the'bome ol Mrs. K. A. Jlill. Thursrlaj-. evening Mrs. llcGre- gor entertained in -her honor to pro- gressive whist, and Friday .nooj Mrs. 11. f. MolTatl entertained to lunch- eon. The little'tTvo year old girl ol Hr. and .Mrs. Harold Stevens died Satur- day afternoon alter a short illness frnm diabetes. II. ol Ihe Imperial ho- tel, Fort Stecle, spent, part of SaturBay the city. transacting busi- Thc Kootenay telephone lines find Uioir 515 locftl phones insufficient lor the" town and will shortly Instal'an additional switchboard which will al- so mfin same aHeralions in their op- erating rooms. Al. Mlltz ol Ihe Ferme-fc'prt Httcle llrowlna company, was a visitor in the city Ihis week.. Signs pointing out in large letters that smoking and spitting is strictly prohibited, have been placed in con- CranbrQok, NOT. C. nlalne lell this morning OB a tuilness trip to Waldo. Sam Baldwin aid R. A. J-Tascr ielt Sunday on a rew'dars hunting trip. At the regular meeting of Ike xynln- OQ'B Institute In Carmen's ball, Tues- day Mra. W. B. will gtvq a, demonstration on "candy making." Von Sleele on Satur- day, November 29. Vv'lllkirj .Tamca DuncaQ was unlteu In las holy bond) T Lialrlruony to jeanelle falhc-rlne Mnther. The happy J-OUDK couple wlll reside al Forl The roanat'cueJit of Ibe Bex Theatre have completed arrange- ments whereby they will give a pic- ture Ebon- In Crcstori ovory Satur- day evening. ChrlBl Church Guild a very of In the Oincen's .Hall, Salurday alter noon, a nice. Bum belhg realized for Ilia church. Bornr-in Cranbroot, on Uonday, NovemUr 24th, lo .Mr. Rod Mr3. Lynch, a "SOB. Crahbrcbk, on Thursday, Vov. 20th, to Mr. and Mrs. Bruce T. S. Gill acii wife are vlBltlng al Uorrls, Mao., for a Craubrook Nor. 20th, lo II r. and airs. Joyce, a son. Cranbrook, Nov.' 25th, to 3Ir. and Mrs. Jak Darlslde. a Mrs. John Paierson arrived home Ihla weeli alter a pleasant.vlsll will Mr. nnd .Mrs. H. T. Drymner. o! Leth- brldce. Ed. Elwell letl Friday lor England wliero ho -H-II1 Join Mrs. Elvell and ro- raaln for the winter monllis. As an Indication of tho mild and Ep.-lngUke neather bt Ibis dUtrlct, farmers Eoulliwest of town are bill] Ed. Slater will attend Ilio meeling of Hie British Columbia Poultry as- Eoelallon at Grand Forks on Ihe lltfl IDEL. as the local delegate. The local poultry aasoclalloE meel on the 5th Inbt., nhen Rev. O. B KeDclall and John Level! i'l addresses on fecdlrjg poultry. One of Uie largest nnd.uibsL repre scnlatlre rueetiogs-of the Board i Trade was Uiat beld Friday evening In lie dty hall. "Important business1 Hie announcement slated and IL was no oilier Ihin to .dlEc'usB ways and means ot approaching nnd persuading tho Canadian Pacific Hallway com jvany to build Into thla cltr a spur line giving Craribrook direct councc- tfon B'ith the Koolenay Cenlml rail way. Cranbrook would .then have a direct route up the Vt'lndermere Val ley lo Golden on 111 8 main line, an as well It would trine Into use Crsn brook's resources as a distributing centre for the KootenajB. Tb Board of Trade Is going afte lhl< of matter, in a w'er that spell iplcuoni places in tlie new govern- 1 auccws. No less iban If.SOfj was sub incnl po'storrice. scribed In tho and the com w M. A. Ueale, o( Iho fiiin.ot Beale i: El-xttt, enjoyed a few days' hunt- Inj; and this wiei. Ales. Sutherland, dlslricl boiler Insptclor, spent TWirs..'ay in hrook and presided at the examina- tions.held at the government build- ing. Six candidates wrote.eiams Tor their papers as stationary engineers. S. Williams, ol the Sash Door laclory of Ihis city, was or.e of lne JMABRIES LOVER .mccCEsIul onei in procuring his' QN HIS DEATHBED Diird class papers. mlltee of Tnulneis- men wblcli wcr appointed were gjven'abEolute powe to do what, In their judgment, IB ad visible to further the. object. Th following committee warn Mayor A. C.- Bowncss, Steven BOH, R. a J. T Laldlaw, Dr. Kinfl X. llanion. Cluis. Jewell, ol Hull Iliver, was atncngtl the ivcclc-cnd visitors to this'cllj-. W. .1. Kapp led Ihis werV lor Kpo- Vjnc to take 3 position, in one ol the lun'.inr; Institutions in Hill city. The annual ir.ccling ol Iht Cran- hroo'rt IliHe be held tm Uciemhcr 3rd al the city hall, Instead ol the 1st, as previously" HuchMcrron, a ror.diKlor. running Mil ol Cranbrook on the Canadian Pacific rallvny, died In the SI. Ku- hospital Saturday afternoon, Shidow of '.ho Grave Hamilton, Ont, Nov. des- patch from IJjnver, Colo., sars' "At 9t. Joseph's hospital a romance la ending wjiero the grave begins and a woman's love for a man has Irl- l9 .Illracr MacDonald, Inapeclor for the Arnerl ean Medlcnl and Dental Association of Toronto, Canada, repeated thj n-cd thlil made Mm the husband of Mian of Hiralllon ter bul a few ilayfi1 illness Iroin ns he was fam- iliarly called hy hla many'frlenia, was but a yoting ninn of about 29 years, nnd h.vl been railroading out df this division for the fast seven ot more yeais. Deceased was one ot the must popular men on the road, lie Ifnifs R father, liugh Mcrron, In N'. V., and a sister at, Arn- nrlor, Ontorio. It Is cvpectcd, thai his remains irlll be sent cast lor In- terment-. ,loc tho lacrosse magnate, announces his Jnltnfion of visiting Cranbrook early in the new year lo talk lacrosse- matters with those In- lo address the hoys in the public, schools, relative Hie lor- inalion 61 amateur larrosF.e Icams, Is ffnre.ifniinf C'ana-