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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1913 THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD PAGE ELEVEN ERSTE the prtginal PILSNER BIER. Our Gerraau frlends'wlil be pleased to hcor that foi '.ituaa we have received a email shli'iuent of theso two brauJa ot (Jermau lieer, known aud appreciated all over tlu> continent. Sold In Pints only, per dozen C. C, Paghuelo Wine Spirit Co. PHONE 513 P. O. BOX 628 407 and 409 Second South, Lethbridge, AlU Auction Sale on Tuesday, December 23rd AT LE1HBRIDGE SALE BAftN 12 heed of Mores mil (Jfldlugs from 4 (o 8 years old. ]1 head ol HlirtS and Oeldiuga Ironi to 3 years old. 1 Mula, rlstug 2 years olJ, 1-00 IbB. etc. l I SEALE HARRIEOi; PROpi, J. A. AUCTIONEER TERMS CASH O A PROPERTY THERE- AND ._., MAY. DEVELOP: IT Tnljer, bee. the of MUCH iNtEREST' IN THE VOTING ARE. WORKING IN THE FIELDS Represented Himself as C. P. R. Land Heard at Grassy Lake j __________. J. -J. Dleuiati, the man who wai going to settle Ihe whole cuanliy soulb. ot Grassy Late, -and claiinei] to be an agent ol the landde- uarlnifnt, suiccciiji! in settling him- self in the barracks here for a term of 'three months. Uleioao was charg- ed with false pretenses. He blew into Grassy Lake N'ovember ,7th, an- nounced through the Grassy Lake fiazetto that he had been authorize! to obtain photographs and pamphlets for an elaborate booklet whicfi tbe company were, contemplating prepar- atory to placing from to 00 acres ol their lond on Ihe market These pamphlets were to include'ad vertisemcats, and wne intended lor circulation amongst the ormy i.1 fnts ol tho company in tho Un States, who were to use tfccm in in ilucitig settlers to conic to Southern Albtrta. One ol the most promin'n linen in Grassy Lake was "appointed1 as .Ulcman's agent, and through thesi misrepresentations Uleman obtains nonoy for advertising supposed to he for ths pamphlet. Four.- charge against him were withdrawn.'.- Mr Osilund, of. Palmer and McLcllan'd dtfejicleil. the case being heard Grassy Lake yesierday afternoon. Dec. The voting for Inspecting the properly of tho. Moo- the.Queen ol the Carnival is tlie rliiei aivli Collieries, they cu-.-ctased matter In town'at pres- Eoraa Hma Messrs. K. Csaselaiiti, At Ihe. .last count the 'votes of-Vancouver, and flalph Smith, ex- stood: Kor Miss Marjorie MtL'arty, W.'l'.; of Naniilmo; vISHoa Tebei- last the reiireGrritativerot the-vest side, week, spending twi'diye here.. They 1900, and'for SSiss'Roxie Uodeback, vlJ-ltcd Hio niliio properly In'company the cast side, vv'lli tha former 2875.. On.loth .aides the. lorces arc 'Owne? t being arranged and conserved for .II-IB'-UIC intenllon of tho coast men' aJoler time. Everyone is wailing; .Magralh, Dec. 19. Syfflpalhizth t6 Ihe Wnojymder name., with high anticipation ot the out-'friends, of Harry Is oi o" the Monarch-.ConFO'.ldareiL Tbe'y' corr.e. One merchant is ofiering 5 per under heavy ball on Ihe '.charge eel-lo develop on E-. largo scale In cent: of his sales for a week to sup-, slaughtering a beef steer belonging I tbe Tutcheired adja- Port his favorite. Another citizen has .the ilenderihali'Haich comuaayi- properly which they'will open proposed to sell his auto in case, of I the rango -south of JTagrath, are cl Up; r a push.and still others arc proposing iciiiatlng a petillun, prajingfor asplr 'itnlph Smith may lake up'hls test- team .of horses. leniency behalf of the accli's. der.ce in tho purubse of. iltcks brothers-have fonnii it.neces- hs It Is alleged that he was pr pcreonallyopCTBtliii'Hiatilie.'halaj hay lo the.ir heel" becolno-lnteresl liseii .operating of with' two exceptions; an in tovrn rhaoy of tlie a Water will-be a problem in BURGH SERVICES ANGLICAN ST. ACOVSTIN'S CHURCH nicer Ave. aud 'Eljhtl St. ev. ClbOB Murrt-t-Wrljbt, rtctor. Mihs 11 am. Holy Communion as many as-the Lord, our God, shall call." LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OK JESTJS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY; 0. E GIFTS FOR SMOKERS If a man smokes he will appreciate always PIPE RACKS, TOBACCO JARS, ASH TRAYS, LEATHER POUCHES, MEERSCHAUM AND BR1AK Pi'PES OR HIGH CLASS HAVANA CIGARS, 10. 25. AND M IN A BOX.' have everyUililg fur arid a large assortment ol above in fcoies. Sec They will please you. The Elite Cigar Store Perry ReEd, Proprlstore Adjoining Sherman Theatre CITi AND DISTLUC1 A Special Meeting tkbridg'e Lodsa N'a '2, I.O.O.P., hold a cpcclat wet ting on Sun- Relieving Mr. Harn-.oh S. M. Connolly, manager of the Ray. inonj branch oMhe Bank of IB rellavlug at the local branch la tliu on a monlU's vacation. Grassy Lake Oddfellows Officers of Grassy take -I.pdse, -No.- 52, l.O.O.r'.. for the'licit'term have been elected as follows: W. G. Park- K.G.; W. C. TLc proilr.ctal act yiacca-the speed limit at ndceu uiilee and tbe t-IEy by- law fixes it at twelve Good Prices Sate Graesy Lake Gazette: ob'e cow soil for a heEfer for 'o, ami a team of tiares for 5720, nt Kmersoa Brovn's sate soulh of yesterday. Tfce Viuyers wert v from Calgary, Meditisio Jlat aisii otlier points in'Southern At- iitila, and sale was very tatsi- fautory. J. U liireeti Iho fiuc- lloneer. -Mr. Urowii will bave'.aHoUier of roglEtereil stock ncKt spring. Christ In ed at [he door. A hearty welcome lo all, and especially to strangers. Kev, H. Klmer Green, pastor. 4 WHO: HOLDS THE LUCKy NUMBER In the announcement in (he Heruld the other It ap- peafed that 'Aggie NIven won the'dlamoiwl ring drawing at Wright's. Miss Nevin held ticket No. 1751 drawn from Lfle boi, but does not hold the dup- llcate end of the lucky num- bcr. Number 1751 draws' Wright's diamond ring. Who holds the lucky nuiober? colts lo Somerset, England for bfeed- ius purposes nllhin ihe neit few days. Jerry In Court Again Jerry Carroll, who. Is known lo cv- eryono around the city police court. i cannot help absorbing the liquid sun- Ho waa up'before. Iho mag- istrate ngaln this morning, being fin- ed tS.OO and costs. Another ineli- 5k. James jicKinney, of holm, ivas in the city today en- route hcnie from Ontario, says that industrial' conditions are vrry quicj in Ontario, but the iarniets are a harvcbt selling their livestock to Knilcti States buyers. Cattle have reached recoid prices and the remov- al of the U. S. tariff has resulted in a tremendous rush of stun across the burlier. In tlie cities, iactolies ale not run- ning to capacity, and seem lo de- pend very largely on Western Can- ada for (heir output. They can't sell riale was 1st off with Ihe minimum'! in the west now anil uuempioymVtif hvb years. Or deny tho A ramble into, the Held December! A' ,G' "eclries 'local managtif'of fCMm.1 K..V. Walscoft, (arrotr, i Montreal, baa had his Hill. St. '.niir.Y. M. C. I itorrls, taate Ihe surlaee a-liltle rough, ,1. B.'Oil- :s.n very Desirable condition to rie, Faith, and Geo. A. Young, don. drifting in the spring Mr. WaUcott is K uheal advocate Chude Frj-er, editor of the Magralh Pioneer, Is slowly recovering from the effects of a bad fall sustained while driving from Raymond last week. He i> JILMIIH.-H 3 iriaii leil (he in opposition lo the -mixed farming j Is now able to bo In MB canctiim again, poll'. 'Alosfcti iiaddoughi rlailns .'W lre 'iaven'1 the coimdllnr.'inarle'a fmo record last mantela lot a large'suprly of pensh- ywt and second. Geo.-abP hogs. Vjheat, ho Voimg, vfho irrccve o! the muni- is as at civality.t a stifl fight. lie is; a Ho .has. reasons .for man', ol independent mind and makes a splcridirt representative. Dowson, Morris.and .flllrjc. arc mi bc- 't tot he.has about nine thirty .ouslipls lo the aero on thousand bushels .this fall that he so'" I per'bushel. It is Eon nnd Morris'have had much' ex- p'owin! pcricnce- in other .municinalitics and arc cspcclcd'.to do well. cil. Gilric, also a new man, was well tiipjior.tcd' and- promises to give a Kfmd account ol himself during the unsuccessful candidates were J 'Ahei-n, fiDrtle-tt, Cooper, Harms, Muss, .Miller, McKall and Spenser. Cooper polled ITALIAN NAVAL ENGINEER DEAD Romei Dec. General Vit- (orlo Cunibertl, of tho Naval Engin- eers corps, who drafted the plans for the first Kalian surer-Dreadnought, died -here today. vote, ilartlclt being only sir "Mixed farming will he alright ten years (rom now when we wear Ojj (lie new from our Icrt.ilc lands." The second tryqiils fn story telling nnd orations yerc hfld.at (he ward mcelinj! holise lasl night. Irene Robinson and Ilayel 'AUen competed oration, Hawl being v THE STRINGENCY winr.sr. Urrtha Skouson and Jolielte, Quo., Doc. (otnl nmount o; counterfeit- money which tlie Dominion and Provincial 'pollcft locAled in the counterfeiter's'sheets at Lavaltrto Is 9.45 a.m. Officers and meet Ing; 10 a. in.. Suada'y School; t y.a Sfterament meeting. Visitors always welcome. 'Bishop B. S. Young, 1S11 3rd ave. S. 685, LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIHST'LUTHERAN CHURCH-Corner 6th Ave. and Fit- St. Rev. C. Grant, minister. Sunday, Dec. 21. Sunday school 5 p.'mr. Rehearsal in. the evening. No services, pastor will be out bi town. Sen-Ice on Cbrlslmas. at 6 a.m., and lo the evening at 7.35 the Sunday school programme- -will he rendered. CHURCH OF CHRIST CHURCH OF CHRIST Labor Hall, every Sunday at 11 a.m. foi breaking ot bread. CHRISTIAN CHRISTIAN Hall.. Her. J. B. Plchel, pastor. Sun day 10.s'oia-m: Preaching ser vices al 11 a.m. "and, 7.30 p.m., fhen the music, will be In keeping -with th Christmas festival.- Christian Endeiv or at 7 p.m. METHOPIST WESTMINSTER J li. Francis, pastor. Morning subjec-l behind (he sixth cotincillor elected. Much interest "was taken in (.tv 'election'and a [argc Vfttc'pbllcd- Thn bylaiv v.-as dtfe.ilej. This] for (ho purpose of raising mohty i Anderson competed in Ihe senior ncst'ycat. roads in municipality (BOCOIATU A Cliriflnias "Confection .de Every chocolate. In the box a picas-' Ing gift.. Ask for 51olba. r DINOLE 4 STEWART Winnipeg, Man slpryi telling. I.pvina got the deci- sion. -'I'hc junior slory, was won by Nora flerson over Vnleria Xaldcr. In (ho young men's conlcst IVillord Mcldrum vron over Irvine Fawns in story, telling. In the quartettes, Anderson, I Clara Anderson, Hoy Anderson and Krcd dcfeatcil Ells Milner, Fern Kcdd, WiU U.. Slone and Kaync Mil- der. C'. r. was ajjudicalor. Magralh beat Kayrnond second (cam n score ol 15-13 in tatMball lasl at Ihe Knight Acadnny "Gym." The six -prisoners "were ar-. valfined Mils movr.lng' andv all'Jf pleaded nol gulUy.