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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE I.ETH151UDGE DAILY HERALD FRIDAY, DECEMHEU 12, 1913 Quality, Service Attract to Delany's Limited Specials for Saturday Only "WE. LEAD-OTHERS FOLLOW" Beef Pot R'bast'lOc, I2c, and I4c per Ib. Jack'Rabbits 35c each Sttictly Fresh Eggs, a limited number, 60c doz. Sausage 2 Ibs. for 25c i-.r'-U'MV c '-7: Have You Pure Pork Sausage1 It's a Winner 'Phone Order 452 'Phone Office 1522 OLD-TIMER. KILLED" Banna, Dec. fcchplsoaT EH aged" insurance man, aci one of tlie olileat pioneers in the district, was filled yesterday .when liis'team ran away, and threw iim aza'inlt 'one of the government telephone poles 'west of town. :Mr. and Mrs. Wra. Metrten, of lona, celebrated their golden wedding. JOHN DALE1 SELECTED Baldur, Man, Dec. Dale was chosen bere as ihe CoaserVaUve nominee to contest Mountain conslil- lieacjr the Manitoba legislature. The name of-John Clark was also introduced, but he 'withdrew in rtvor of Jlr. Dale. -y bonded Pert Stanley. l i> i'i i TERRIFIC BATTLE. -'BETWEEN ;-'ANIMALS; WITNESSED BY _' '.PASSENGEpS ON TRAIN 'CATAPKir-lJALM OPENS IIP JDS :GO Brtathe Fretlyl Clears Stuffed-up .Inflamed Nose and Head and. Stops Citarrhal Pull r I Try Cream (Jet a small bottle, anjrvay, just to try a little in the nostrils arid Instantly your clogged nose add sto'pped-Tip'atr'passases .of tlie head will-open; you wQl bVeathe freely; dullness and headache" disappear. -.By; morning! thp'catarrh, catarrhal sore.throat Ttlll be gone. ..End such, misery Get the email bottle oit "Ely's Cream at ahj-'dnis stored" Tbia fragrant balm dissolves by of the pos-. Irilsj.p.cBetTates and heals swollen membrane which lines the nose, head and'throat; clears the.air stops and VfeeliDgcI relief comes irnincdiate] -Don't" lay.airate'toaight struggling for.breathy with head" stuffed; nostrils closed, fiawldng and blowing. Cat-" a cold -running" nose, foul mucous droppJDg throat Put onceMn Cregm and" cold or cat- vrlll surely disappear. Agent: pQ.y ltd. j ,K INVITES -THEM, TO INVEST IN CANADA New York, Dec. W. T. White, tf-e Canadian minister of finance, today invited the pres-.; Idents of life Intur.nce compan- ies Assembled for the annual meeting .here, to look towards Canada as a fine field for the vestment of their surplus funds.. FIRE .IN .WEST EDMONTON Edmonton, Dec." one-storey frame huildtng at West Edmonton, containing'a drug-Eton) and too post office', both operated by Walter Spink, was totally destroyed by flro at one o'clock this morning. There was rery llttlo Insurance oa tho building and contents. Tbe loss is (Orillia fleer and a .bull moo3e fought ,a .terrific hatUe. In the north t last Th'uVsiIajrAnight. The crew ati'd several passengers of the. "Cobalt Special" toming'south from th'6 mlii-4 Ipg country'had the the last few .mioiites 'of the flg'ot, In" which- the "three :.hand- some animals Tvere CANADIAN PACIFIC PACIFIC fQ EASTERN CANADA DAILY, DECEMBER 1 to 31, VIA CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY .j First Class Round Trip Fares -from LBTHBRIDGE to Return Limit TORONTO, HAMILTON, SARNIA, WINDSOR, J52.90 3 Months MONTREAL, OTTAWA, BELLEVUE. KINGS, ttopovers East of TOW Fort William tun }57.90 .-Extension ST. JOHN, .MONCTON. -Privilcgee' KAUFAX ...--.r.- Corresponding fares from otter, roinis itai'to all slatlocs In ON'TAniO QUEBEC and MARITIME PROVINCES. i I'Or booklet of hifcrmatldri and full pirticulars apply tokriy-'agent'of the i VERY LOW.FARE5 until DECEMBER ilit fa .connection'with'Trans: Atlantic passages: Return limit-fire raonths. ALL.STEAMSHIP LINES REPRESENTED Excursions to United States "DAILY, DECEMBER' i.t'-to -First Class Round Trip from un-HSHIDGB to i Mfnr.tapolla and St: Paul 45140 SM.10 Kansx %KM Return Unit Three Moiitlis. Corresponding fares to other nolnta In 1L.UXOIS, ICWA. MISSOURI, NEBIJASKA and .WISCONSIN. Excursions to Los Angeles, Gal. -TfekeU on Sale JANUARY 3, Vand 5, 1914' SPECAL TRAIN FROM SPOKANE, WASH., JANUARY'6th' WH'for train from Spok.nt, With., January 13. Relurn limit, April 30th, 1914. RETURN FARE FROM LETHBRIDOE G6mg and Rtturnlng via SpoVane ...y.. V' J11923 Spokane and Returniria via Stops will It miflc al Port'aoiJ, and San Francisco fian jMVcaniT Del MwMPato Hoblea. Sanfa Harbara. Rl.erOde and Redlands, rare o I going' trip from.Bpokane Includes berth and meals 6n'train of al and n nora Irips. Return by regular service, meals and sot Excursions to Vancouver, Vic- loria, New Westminster, B.C. .RETURWFAflk FROM LETHBRIOQE Tkkcta: on Sale December 11, 12, 13; January 17 ]V is- iwtn-irv 11, Hetom liroii, April 30. 1911. LKTHBRIDOE.TICKET S12 R. OAWflON, .DMrfet PaMenger Agent, Calgary, Alia. ifaalt -The i enpnepr" had cutr'e-'lft the hundred'yards ahead be.'saV th'c'coin- EuSiBttl In. Hetgavfe scTeral on thc-whj3ils_suii.'2l.i .thet same time fcegau'.'to .Tho engioo came up. within forty, feet of; inftabftants without their moving from Ilie tritpta and whistle an a bell -.were ' used in an endeavor to frigliteu tbe aoinials from (he engine's patb, but the? seemed so bent upon t'jiring th'cjr paid np.atteri-i .Ion mogul's -shrieks nor tbe' the bead light full upon-them. Noticing the unusual halt, of the .paEEEngera aHjibted and ran to I .no-front of'the engine.' The inem-j ot the train crew threw stones al tbe combatants" biit still-no' becd j was Eiven. mTnutea he group of watchers stood "by and siincssed the nost niagnlficent strtig- gle they bad ever peen." In some way i tbo antlers of tbc'two bucks had be-1 come entangled." It.coutd not -he scea whether the, moo3e had his horns j not, as'he kept" his down and Fought his "feet. Snorts of angw came from his nostrils but the two weaker animals were much eshausterf, ar.j! SRcmcd to be staving bjf the Impending defeat, as long as possible. The sides of-al> three ant-' msis' 'were rent blood. aod i streamed out on the fracas. j Fearing [bat tbe tyould 1 up until vabia'yle time would -begin i to tbe conductor Instructed of .tbe -paasengers, who bad been tip on a himling to get and deepa'rh the dp this, the mc-oac tiaefc j iofnc five >ard9, ID'! wUb bowled botb of.his opponents Inlo.n holTon: at the side of tbe tracX. Then for tlie" first time, his attention Deemed {o be the rniTriatiS near him and he bounded'off fnto the 'The" pafiSfiLgeni" tralrinicn climbed .back Into the train snd start- ed on tholr way, leaving 'ihe two beaten animals lying weak and ex- hausted bcaldo the tradf, withMhclr horns still locked. Combats between iwo mooae or two deor- hftvo seen- In the! woods 'but In whfch one mooac was'pitted against two deer are rarely, If, ever, seep ibjm. The slorjr was, toH fraphlcally by tnembfrrs of the train crew Ihey reached-the Toronto. etatlon j: "f was PO excited that I after watchlny. ORP. pr the Pullman porfera. H. W. Kepjltl was penlenced Mtose Jav: foi fire to.a grain ijfovator Herbert.- fOU can do is to decide' shall be'started ;next early 3tart so tjfat the' roads wll be reaply'.for use in :summer.. -If .you spring before deciding what to do you. and. early" fall come around, that your roads-are still tual-is the time you-need .1 i them most. them most. i .1 Outline your road needs now, make trwesliga-. lions into the cost and type of influence public opinion fo? highways that niean greater ecpnomy to every 'person in your community, Siatt right action on the improve- rnfent of your bad the construction asisoon as spring opens, and by next summer you will have roads over which you can haul ,a full load in less time than you could ''haul only half a load.. Good Roads (not a makeshift of filling up rut? and besides marking the economic of a community, are an important ..factor in reducing the cost of living and improv- ing the general prosperity. Inslsl that will slay good for years io come, (hat kind is cheapest. Investigate Concrete Roads are not only the "best good but they are cheapest at .the end of fifteen or twenty years. Their first cost is comparatively the same: as that of any 'good road, but their, main- tenance cost minimizes the original.. expenditure because the upkeep is practically nothing. This makes concrete the "economy being free from ruts, holes, mud and dust, easy of traction, and open to traffic the -year round, makes concrete the "road Every citizen owes it to himself, to his family his community, to use his influence for good roads because they have a beating on his everyday life, which is of vital importance to his eco- nomic living and future prosperity. i Everyone interested can obtain the fullest infor- mation about Concrete Roads, free, by addressing CONCRETE ROADS DEPARTMENT, Canada Cement Company Limited Montreal ;