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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 5, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 12 THK LETinWIDGE DAILY HERALD Fmlny, December l I s I I Ifl BigRaUffe ns' Ticket ri Kte (Continued Kcciri Kteat Tomorrow (Saturday) the LAST believe IQ segregation. Ho bellavei lu putties Uie bauds o( au eMiclent police Chief or' SktHoa. aud 1 Cleaving thorn to deal with It, enforcing :ihe liw to jfac Jliatl. bit when ihut j I tuts. beva awlyiui; a measure iof humanity, and Christianity to keep [Tv.hat-hfis. not been sCimuert out fiom [becoming'a menace ic tbe comnumUy, anil-bei would r.t ihat Xo" more such publicity., oj a dirty sub- such' as haJ1 been dragged Into the campaign and flaunted iu tho faces of the aVd gltls of Leth- bridga by Rev. Mr. Atkin. with i er matters" during bis address, but ihc-so have beeii reported at iu accounts of previous meetings. He had luvaded "Rev. Mr. Atkin's own territory and discussed the only sub- that gentleman seems to consid- er ol Importance lu'-tlila and hci'was couteut to let John Gil more was iu liio and JW. C. Ires was ihe first speaker, jmadq an eloquent plea for careful anil ser'ous "consideration ol the candi- dates and their ability before i the polls. advocated jeaufe he has made good in eplte of Valmost unsurtnouhtable obstacles; Grace, beciuao ho has ihe experience-.and- business acomen .to lit him for the jab." Speaking of Mr. Held, he said: "I propose to vole for Mr. bwausr ho has beeujn charge "of .those utilities which form such nn important 'pirt of our city's because he has growa up with hem, and if hey aro going grow, lo grow, is to give service ma'de his cuatoniary '.nrjilch he asserted thafMnsteacTdt -heiiiK au outi was-a MS..OVTI .houae'odjyfWjjb he had "paid i taxes for years. telUrij? a fuiiny iand" very "appropriate "slory ho j'lf you can't vote'.for "me. please give' {your, "votes to Mr.-.tUrdle and. Mr. jReid.- reception cer-. taiuly not or.'the fctnil usually accord- tedjei j 3. (asserted his belief that Mayor Bardie iha'd the other candidates ijiist ahoiit bacXedlo'C'.the I thai criticism Vlr. Grace was of JEUcb a kind as. made surrepll- SHOP EARLY my SJQCK is com- plete. Later on some lines are bound to run low. coiarage early shopping, we will lay aside any on .ment-pt deposit R. A, WRIGHT .The City's Leading Jeweler 1898 p-Bnounc'e AlU.. Official -meru "was made in Edmoa- tdn -today --br.-Jl D. McArtbur, presi- dent of tlie Edraoaton Dunvegan and Bri isli Columbia railway co m pany, that tWo parties of survc> ore are in ibe ileld oa the route of the ,Alberta and Waterways railway and Ibat work will begin in a few days at a point 12 roilea north 6f_ to- Fort McMurray-will branch from the main line of the Buincntoa, Dunvegan and British Columbia road. Mr. Mc- AVihur will "build the Alberta and Great Watreways line, the bonds hsvifig' beta ran teed by tht jovernmeat. of Alberta for a road of 250 miles, the "sledge being a'mile. It Is trains on the and Briiish Colu'rnbia-'roa.d Kill operation; on January 1, reach the surnmer and (he 1'Ieted'next falL .lhat WOULD CAUSE-AK .V'. j-yPRlSlNG IN ;UUSTER BelifExt, Dae. Un- ionisls here lay that any attempt to deprive Ihe Ulster volunteers of their weapon's will mean'an. up- rising in the province. Ul- ster Unionist headquarters, it "ft sxid, the fmportatjon into Ireland by a re- Crimes Act, carrying of with tho crlticUm by the Nevrs'o'f Mn'Reld as regards tbe ions liours worked by tbe latter IB the citj's that.Mr. Reid by him Dot "wortf by ihetSfCk. j. 1 sffil3iife4jat' Kenora to" 'for forgery. DELICIOUS AROMA Cowan's has a fra- grance that by Gowan methods. Selecting the finest cocoa beans, skil- fully blending and roasting them, remov- ing'every trace.of.bitter from start to finish in a spotless factory operation is a step toward the fifrffction ol flavor and wholesomeness to be found only in COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA MAPLE tt'Af LABEL LB.-AND 1 LB, 71N> Sold -by "all Grocers THE COWAN COMPANY. TORONTO. ed by his ffas In hi; work, because to see his department a c >fr. ReM hlmaelv. aEtef receiring i cot" at- tempt io 'make ;a -speech, cbatentlng I wJUi iinsVerlug 'various iTnH.'jfretjuenUy.r.beard on Ihe hej3roye'liorrie potnl alter (he crowd ,'apula'uded. Fur Irdm beln'g'sicfe, ready, fo go habit to rie job salrt. He fwas- not.to_tie. Warned for de- fects in the waterworks, system, for he had had nothing to'-do with the system outside tiid ataiioa. There was a to. the chief engineer in charge "of tne power nouse that a Uat ot' the hooste'r pumps used tor lire pressure be made 'every clay. I There is rot now, ha ;clainied, a i man" In the servico'of the departm'ent [who can'write iho sptcificaUons fo: a turbo-generator, ertcl it and teal it after H is erected. He has.shown he can do'.ttils "I have said; yeara. a ficst-clasS" niar'ino englneor's cerlilicatg granted by tho Hrilish Board of Trade. To eam that one must atnflj ekjdricity, steam and re- frieeration. t also havo first-class engineer's papers granted by thp-protince of Alberta." >ir. Reid considered xMr. Hamilton had lolrl his organization great com- Edmonton; Lowjon are that1 [In- ancial.' have been 'com- in England'to '-mild the Al- berta, Peace River and nil- to. the ific 'bcea'n mlleV by the ol Edmonton and Peace River Crossing, with a branch line to Fort II. -Muskett King, vice president of tlio railway company, and H. H. iiaius, chief engineer, who have bean in: tnglantl since last summer, are eipecieil return to Edtrioritbn the Utter part of this month. A uieet- iug frbo efaareholders bas been call- ed in' Edmonton for December 29, but. as all the stock 13 held in Great Britain. It will be adjourned to [xn- don. The promoters, of .the railroad claim' it be ifanscon- tlnentftl line on the North American .continent.. Surveyors have been' over thB'propoae'd'Hne .botwee'iKEdmonton nnd the Peace, liiver country'and it is announced 'that "everything, 'is in readiness, to begin work. SUGGEST SUSPICION Vancouver, Dec. How- ard Spcncc drowned In the north arm of Burrard inlet? the question that the Supreme Court asked to decide today, hlr %vidow sued the Sun Life in- surance Co. Spencc and a number of tcok f. rasofMr- launch in. the In- let in March, 1912, and the evid- ence of those aboard the launch that Spencc fell overboard. The life Insurance company clairns. that 8pen'ce .toofc out a large' amount and paid .the first year's premium. Tho''policy calls for pHment whtn he told .the people of Lethhrfdgo from the public rlalform ttat liiev woulii ntvc-r know. Mr. Held I jhart not lieen on tho Job for Ihe past J '-three four months, everything Imd i jrun S'j sniooihly, The sjstem .In nio in i Lotlihridge has teen criticised and JlaitJ at his door. Ho was not reauon- j jBftle. Tho Eleo.lrlc Co..1 t frou: v, Irom. the plant was bought fn Ithe bad two-phase mncliin- jery and it had to conlluncd, or the i city iiavu lost heavily ]uat when was starting lo grow and money i much needed. lie promised extension tho utlli-! Ifles zs money would permit, and as i it roiild be shown.'tho cxtcn-: lons'wouiri be paying Sir. neW thinks the csltnslon'of the freet railway to No. 0 would pay. tut the city bas no money now tc ex- tend it. "ft has eald of roc the city oi has educated 1 can hardlv see how that can be used ns an argument me. But ad- mi1, llnl it did: do the people. o( TjethUrtdKe want to start now lo ed- ucate pnotber man to take mr Th6 ticket will make KB last appeal Is UIQ ftlcotori'tnf Saturday rtght I K, of P.-1A1I; "I All Our Stock of Winter Goods to be Closed Out at Once The unseasonably iniid weather. lonvts us wild a Irc- mentlous slnck of Men's iioys' Overcoats, :ilso heavy winter stock of all kintls tlutl we "tire.anxious U> dispose of at'once. Come i-arly iind sire'values, dial will make you'marvel ai the wonderful buying power of your money. READ AND MARVEL AT THE SAMPLE SPECIALS undies' Hoots of .tlyle and ser- vice. Reg. 33.M for.....-.11.49 -Men's Overccnts of high merit with stylish reversible collars. 515.00 for Chlldtc-n s Boots tan. Rog. for All woo! Ulankels. doiilile alze. wdglil 7 Ibs. Keguhr JC.Wi for .......................42.95 Overcoats in a larss va- -rlety of stjllih colors. lar.IS.01 for Men's Suits of fine 'brown tweed, Reg. for nderwear of line qual- lleg. SOc for ..........19c Roys' Suits of fine tweed, uc- gular If56 Fleece lined underwear of tins grade. Regular 75c; tor .......................39c. Men's Sweaters in a variety of captivatln; shades. Regular for...................79c Skirts Hne French cloth. Regular iS.OQ for.........J1.15 Roys' Sweaters of fine all wool HepHar 31.00 for .iic .V -big of fine em broidered wai3ts. Regular Men's- nil wool Underwear. licg. S1.25 for .Sic. Men's fur llnctl caps. 7Cc for all wool serKe I4.4U refund car (ate to buyers from South Side on purchases nver Alberta Trading Company WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MERCHANTS 413 13th Street North. ;