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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 12 LETlTBBmflK DAILY ITKRALD EASTERN THREE EXPRESS TRAINS 1-51. DAILY LATE SIR JOHN MAODONAfD AND HIS BURIAL-PLA'cE AT KINGSTON Letlibridg'c to Toronto an lichirn, Lctlibridge to Montreal am Ueliirn, Corresponding low rates to points In Ontario Quebec and Maritime Provinces Tickets on Sals December 1st to 31st In Good to return within three months Liberal Extension Tickets issued In connection with TRANS ATLANTIC TRIPS on sale November 7th to December 3Ist, Inclusive and limited to live months from date of issue, with of extension. a Fines't -equipment. Standard and Tourist Sleeping Cars Dlnln cars M all through trains. .Compartment Library, Otaerv'-itlon car on "Imperial Limited" and "Toronto cai. Tourist Car Service For dates, of departure and Tickets Via all Trans-Atlantic Steamship' Lines hip tickets, apply to S. B. K. G. District Passenger Agent, Calgary, Alberta. loves i n t fa e Sir Richard Cartwrlght's home was also in the same city In connection with these excursion rc-tovations apply to local agent. Prize Winners The Grain Exhibits Excursion Los Angles. California, Hpe'f'ial Train' I From. Wash. 1 n C n 1 n Pnc 11 tf t lluert-i nl F i I i d 1 1 I I n t 30 FARE FROM LETHBRIDGE TO LOS AriGELEO AN'D RETURN i G'-ing and ,re- turning via Spo- onaldson Line Direct Service CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR EXCURSIONS Large new twin screw steam- ers sailing, from Montreal and Glasgow every Saturday carry-" ing One Class cabin and Third-' Class passengers. CHRISTMAS EXCURSIONS .Sail f.-oin Gt. John, N.B... Deo 12th and .15th, LOWEST RATES UP-TO-DATE SERVICE. Reserve your accommodation now and secure tie best, it, costs no more. Apply to any railway, steam-' ship agent or C R'-J TL i Bros., 2nd, Hrown n cockerel and passed their largest calculations. (K- 1st and 2nd each, J. ..A. Mas- 175 entries in the poultry hen, cockerel and pullet, 1st in each, Johnstown Bros. 1 cock, 1, 2, 3 hen J Blair; -cockerel 1, 2, James Blair 3rd, II. Snell pullet 1, 2, 3, Jas Blair. Jiinorcas, S. C.-lst cock 1 2 3 hen, J. A. Massey. I White hen 1 2 cock-' erel, 1st pullet. Johnston Hros. Silver Canypines 1st cock, 1, 2 hen, 1, 2 cockerel, I, 2, 3 pullet J Blair. Crevc Cocurs-lst cockerel and 1st ptinllet, Johnston Urns. La cockerel and 1st pul- let, Johnston: Bros. crowded the opera house to the lira-] it and the exhibition oi- seed grain was a very large one. The Johnston Bros., of Langdon, had a big exhibit there, as did J. A. .Massey, oi High River; 31. A. Wallace, oi Calgary, and J. A. Gray, of Calgary, all big breeders oi poultry. The Clarcsholiii breeders were there in (orcc, J. B. Hoese, J. W. McKenzie, the llofiatt Bros., 11. B. Tilden, D. Mnnro anil! 13. C. Payne. The show was well managed and those in charge should be compli- mented on the beautiful ribbons awarded the winners. These were in you go into a store to buy a pair of gloves w or mitts, don't ask for just Cloves If want to get the full worth of your money and a Kuat antec of satisfactory wear, tellthe dealer you want Guaranteed Gloves Warranted to give satis- faction or now pair T7 VERY pair of H.B.K. guaranteed gloves is made from the finest grade of trmrh, special.y tanned by the H.B.K process to give EXTRA WEAR This process thickens and plumps the leather, and makes it r M .elastic. You can WASH a pair of H.B.K.. guaranteed thet soft and pliable. They are specially made to stand hard knocks and give extra service No other glove can compare with them for toughness and worth-of-the-monev F pair is tested and inspected before it leaves the factory, and is built for honest to the wearer That is why we authorize every dealer to make good for every paTrTr H.B.K. gloves that fails to give perfect satisfaction. Be sure to for H.B.K. gloves. Tins is your only safety in glove buying.. The Hudson Bay Knitting Company Canada's Expert Glove Makers MONTREAL 36l 'cockerel, 1, 2, pullet, J. A. Gray. Bantams, hlack cock, J A. Gray; 2nd, N. L. Gumming; 'he 1. 3, J. A. Gray; 3rd, N. L. Gumming cockerel, 1st, J. A. Cray; pullet. Is .1. A. Gray; 2nd and 3rd, N. L. Cum ml H. E. s' General Agent, 445 Main St1 Phont M5312 Winnipeg, Going via ,Spo- Itar.s, returning -.Seattle; V bnecial train trip from Snokalle to Los Anireles covers jjevou rlays, siojis at- CO, San Jose, Santa Clara, Santa Ouz i Monterey, Del Monte, Paso Itob'lW i Santa Barbara, Riverside, .md Itc-d-i lands. i F.'.re on going trio from Spokane in-'. eludes berth and meals on train or at' hotel, and a number of sighiseein-' trips Return is hv i-ci-ular meals and berths not. included j For descriptive pamphlet apply, R. G. MpNEILLIE, District Passsng-r Agent. Calgary, AUa. California Excursions from Seattle 137 SAN FRANCISCO AND RETURN GOOD TILL MAY 31 BERTH AND MEALS INCLUDED LIKE LOW nATES TO OTHEB POINTS TRAVEL BY SEA on bir iships PRESlDEKrorcOVEKSOR. for fnw illustrated Imstlctnf California Holcls map Ulc Coast Be sure to reserve Berths in advance PACiFiC COAST STEAMSHiP CO. CEO. W. MGSEK, Cu. A2i. 113 JAMES ST. SEATTLE, WASH. Excursion Fares Pacific Coast Points Single Fare Plus