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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta BE SIX THE tETHBRIOGE HERAXP FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1915' YOU WILL FIND SUITABLE GIFTS FOR ALL HERE. WHAT WOULD BE APPRECIATED MORE THAN A PAIR OF BEDROOM OR HOUSE SLIPPERS. THEY WILL BE USEFUL, SEASONABLE, 'AND MOST ACCEPTABLE. WE HAVE THEM IN WIDE VARIETY FOR FATHER, MOTHER, SISTER, BROTHER AND BABY. FOR BOYS and GIRLS YOU WOULD LIKE TO GIVE It you would like flive the boy or qirl a pair of neat, strong comfortable shoes for .chool wear, this store is the place to get them. Our lines of boys and girls snutS have been very carefully selected and are the best fitting shoes made. They are very neat in appearance and any boy or girl will ba delighted with lines. Call'and see them. They are also the best values you can secure. THE QUEEN QUALITY The famous shoe for women Is one of the well known lines we- handle and for which we have the exclusive agency. For. beauty of. design, ,for .perfect, fitting qualities and for absolute comfort th'ey are the standard. No need to experiment when "Queen Quality" of known worth and es- tablished reputation is yours without extra cost EVERY MAN KNOWS the NETTLETON or The HARTT stands for style and.: De- signed.by experts and correct In every de- tail'they perfectly adapt themselves to the foot and give ease, and comfort from the first. Nothing commonplace about these shoes but the price. TO RtltNlS OF SlArriliViLE cd along 13th St. to Victoria Avc. and this luul been estimated to cost This amount had 'been placed in a bylaw but had been turn- ed down. This year, another pctiiiou including over twice tho area oi the former one, had been presented. Mr. uiace, in taUins to the Staftordville men about it, linn mentioned the esti- mate of but as a matter of fact the work called for the new petition was later estimated to cost 53800. This was made up of tor 80 houses, and the balance cover- ing the estimate necessary to reach i the extended area included in the pe- itilion. Hut the Stafiordville men had i refused to sign tho notes for- this amount and the deal had fallen through. Dealing with the meter mistakes, Reid said the city bad not lost any money by these, as the power users affected had already paid over the money to the in two cases and in the third had agreed to do so, j following the report oi a government inspector. At ihe close of bis speech Mr. Free- man threw some questions across the. relative to the steam pump ami i its action at low water level. One of the audience asked Sir. Kcid why i lights had not been put along, 12th B. Mr. Held said it was impos- sible to get the money. He was ask- ed whether any other money had been An Old Friend in a New Garment BLUE MBBON The lend piinkel- for ton is n device as old as the hills. Iiiiproveiiiouts were ici come. The largest Ten. concerns in the world have adopted a new methofl of packing for cleanli- ness and absolute protection against any conceivable climatic condition. i'lie ueiv packet is a double wrapper. An inner packet ot moisture-proof: outer cartridge paper prevents the' slightest possibility of deterioration. A perfect tea deserves a perfect wrapping, so in future the new wrapper will he used ou every packet- of BLUE RIBBON TEA (CONTINUED PACE) of tho ico house, which is just to the west of the platform. The body was lying between the rails on ttia main ck almost on the west end ot the Women's Romeos WOMEN'S FUR TRIMMED flole, sizes 3 to 7. MISSES' FUR TRIMMED sole, sires 11 to 2. Children's Wool Slips Children's fancy wool Slips- noiseless sole; colors green.'brown and maroon. Bedroom Slippers Jaeger Allwool Bedroom Slippers for Men ami Women. Leather Operas Leather Operas, Pullman's, Fausts all sizes and shades. We would like to show you these. ed whether any oer money a n u.. soent in the citv without the neces- 1 platform, 1- did not see it until as o I about S or 10 feet away. I did not see anyone on the platform as we soen n saw bvlaw and 'Mr. Reid said no. Mr. Freeman Mr Freeman repeated his argu- were coming down. There was no ment's reeardin" the steam plant at i one on the platform near the accident. the nower house, and said ha'.f the j There were no trucks or baggage on boilers would carry the load. "Mr. Freeman said he would apologize to Southern Alberta's Big Shoe Store has a shoe for every foot and for every occasion. We have an expert fitter and appliances for weak anides and instep. Our lines of stronger shoes for work- ing men are "strong" in every way. GYMKHANA PEOPLE WHO LIVE OUT OF ETVTEEI) TO VISIT OTJB STOKE WBfEf AT _ 4'HE GrYMKHANA.-DEf. IS. jf W. J. NELSON CO. THE FOOT TOGGERY BIOCK "W Moore was elected mayor of j Dr. Jas. L. Glendennmg is dead at .WeTburn. I Streetsville, Ont TERS EVERYTHING FOR THE SKATER Skates, Hockey Sticks, Pucks, Straps. The prices and goods are right. We invite your inspection. C.W. GRAY The Hardware Store that Savo You Money j FIFTH STREET LETHBBIOfE CIRCULATION -DEPARTMENT FLOODED WITH SUBSCRIPTIONS OF THE CASH PRIZE OFFER BROUGHT A LARGER VOL- UME OF BUSINESS THAN EXPECTED, CONSIDERING THE TIME MAD TO WORK FOR GOOD WORKERS FOR THE WORK FOR THE MAIN PRIZES Until the reports of contestants from next Tuesday. And it is turned in yesterday and received by safe to say that contestants who stop mall this morning are entered and i -work now will not be aBIe to hold the checked- up, it will not be possible to I places they have today. By the en- name the" winners of the special .cash thusiasm shown bj fifteen or twenty prizes. Tomorrow's. Herald wirl give candidates, there, is no danger of there that part of the platform.- When we Freeman said he would apoogze o were approaching, the man was Mr Reid for the mistake he had i ins perfectly still before the engine made in savina there were no valves j went over him. The bell ringing m-the main's up from the river. There j at the time. Our orders are not to were valves but nobody at the pow-j exceed ten miles an hour ami to keep cr house knew it, and 'he thought it the bell ringing. was up to Mr. Koid to let the men j At the conclusion of his evidence at the power house know- so that jir. Scott was subjected to they would know what to do when necessary. Regarding repairs on the steam I pump Mr. Freeman quoted figures to show the figures had been S2543 in I 1911 SlSCS'in 1912, and for: the first fi months in 1913, This did, not include the repairs on the tur-; bines. In comparison he quoted the pump of the Canada Coal and Coke Co at KiPP. pumping the same wa-- i terWith a repair bill oi only. J100 in, two and a half years. Mr. Freeman repeated his argument that the steam pump was .placed loo high, and. quot- ed figures showing that it was at a height lar above what was generally deemed advisable. j Mr. Freeman, reierring to fares on the street cars, said he thought the troors at the fair grounds should and could le grien a reduced fare, it L least a (jc fare ior the round tnp Mr Freeman was asked, at the close of his address how 'long the Kipp pump worked in comparison with the city pump. It turned out that the Kipp pump worked six hours to the city pump's 24 hours. The question- er said that the men could not gt-t near the Kipp pump for the be- m? thrown around. "Only a little more packing would fix that, said Mr. Freeman v I He was asked if he could, il, elect- ed, make changes in the power ma chmery without the sanction oi the other commissioners. Mr. Freeman said, "No, but if tlms are any chan- ges to be made, I am going to see, if elected, that I have some say in the matter, and not let the other commissioners run me." 'Mr. McKenzie Mr. McKenzie referred to his ness experience, saying that since being in business here he had (nstall- 1 'over a quarter of a million doll- 1 ars' worth of power machinery m southern Alberta Mr. McKenzie said Mr. -Reid had not paid attention to the business possibilities ot the street car system He had refused the Aquatic club the privilege of carry- ing a banner on the street cars for their sports at the lake, which would have meant more tares for the street cars. He had allowed an outside busi- 1 severe cross examination by Mr, Mac- leod. Mr. .Atncleod "was very anxious to know why the body co.uld not have been seen lying on the rails until, he. Scott, was only eight or ten feet In reply -Mr. Scott said he could iiavo seen him much farther away if he had been- standing up, but lit the point at which the body wns lying there was a simdow cast across the metals. The curve of the platform throws a shadow. la reply to juryman Stewart Mr. Scott admit- ted the light on the west cm? at tho platform was not good, and also that the second light from that end was out at that time. Sergt. and Chief of Police -bawson evidence dealing with the finding of the body and at the conclusion of their evi- dence the'inquest was adjourned un- til 10.30 on Monday next when, fur-, ther witnesses will be called. Splendid Assortment of Toys and other things to delight the boys and girls. New Collars and Ties, Handkerchiefs and many pretty useful gifts for ladies. We in-' A'ite you to see them. J. McLEAY THIRD AVENUE SOUTH the. result, On the surface it looks like a very close the being, a let-up. The candidate holding the lead to- IOOKS iiKe a very close me i iie uauuiuttic uuiumg mo ones who expected to win and do not day, while registered from Lethbridge win.sho.uld not be discouraged. It really, lives near Coaldale THe ter was a short race for short prizes. The .ritory she has covered and the Class real.prizes, the ones candidates have of her work so far should be a pleas- been striving for, will be'awarded one jure to lierself and her supporters Mis. Winnie HeUeth, Letbbridge, P. O. Box Miss Thelma McEachern, 537 14th Street South MiEc Isabel Inkster, Barons, Alta.......................180100 John Wright, Hardleville, Alta.......'.................. Miss Le Vaun Van Orman, Taber, Alta. Miss Frances Lawson, 812 Third Avenue South....... Miss Sadie Niven, Frank, Rebert Lackenby, Bow Island, Alta. Mrs. Pearl Island, Ceo. T. Writie, Raymond, Alta..........'............... Mist tula Nlelson, Cardston. Rita McAndrewi, Retlaw." iita...............-..... Mn. Thomas 2 First Street South............ Miss Annie Pelletier, Monarch, Miss Louise Scott, Macieod, Mrs. O. H. Benson, Commerce, Alta, Miss Iva .Ninth Street South Miss Eva Hutton, 814 of getting at this He considered a floor area charge should be made in addition to the meter which would make no difference to the small consumer, but -would get some return where manv lights were installed but a used This was the most mod- ern method of charging, he ia.n. Mr -T.- Mcllan was chairman of the meeting, and fulfilled Ms d-xties ex- cellently. Another meeting will he held in tho miners' hall ev- ening. Notice! OUR SPECIAL XMAS OFFER I urn giving free with every lOc CASH nmvljase a coupon lor beautiful Aluminum Ware. By saving Ihe will soon he able to furnish your home with a com- plete set of Aluminum Cooking Utensils COME'and SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY You do not have to pay any more for your groceries. Bo not miss this, opportunity, but come and trade witli'me, and see how easy it is to se- cure these articles Tree of Charge. THE STORE THAT SERVES YOU WELL AND'SAVES YOU MONEY E. J. TICKNER PHONE s 234 13ih STREET SOUTH ;