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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 20, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETHBRIDGE .DAILY HERALD SATUn'OAY, DKCEMHKK 20, 1813 1 BOYS AND GIRLS .-AHeniirg school will find ut a place to secure their SCHOOL SUPPLIES Ed. L. Jarvis 527 StK Street South. PHONE 16S3 The Newest Thing Out Parisian Ivory Dressing Mirrors Ivorv Ureesiiig Mirror will Edd a toue oi and "refinement to drcs-sins: taWc. Ivory is the r.ew vvMdi fashion dictates. H Is :i beautiful will uot o- become uufighllv ordinary always bo tcpt clean and alirar-.ivo. Also comta. etc. the mirrors are x.zit of lue litest fri-ccii plate glass. Lvfry- oae hsnfeeracly boYod. JACKSON COMPANY Druggists 2nd Stationers Third Avenue South HIGH CLASS CHOCOLATES GIFT BOXES SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF CHOICE STOCK r AND PRICED RIGHT Our geiieviii slock of Xinas Confectionery will jilcasc you.: It is pure, niul the price is the lowest. Buy your Xvnas Fruit litre. have always made ;i specialty of having even-thing on Ilie market' in fruit the best lo be had. THE INTERNATIONAL CAFE Fifth Street South. HERE ENDS YOUR SEARCH FOR CHOICE MEATS In price and quality ours will surely please First class Poultry of all kinds Prime Turkeys, 26 cents per Ib. cash ALBERTA MEAT MARKET R. Coultry, Prop. Phone 492 i. thete is alwavs lot ol Tlierc are several larKe. from the i.imroan ranch at Dorauary -rrotali fwl in tte Oard'stou district j herds, .but the Steat bulk of yorkeis Cree.v. the-1 THE QUEEN OF THE BRITISH CHRISTMAS picture for ttc Picture Hall. Mrs. F. J. IJubosc-Tayldr.' who was leader in the Picture Christinas Carnival, whlcu was in Alhert'Hall Uecpmber 3rO, in nid-oC the Invalid Kitcliens of Lonfiou.'and is ccuMTa'e'd particularly with the Early-Victorian School of Faiaiitsg. is ilie daueliU r pi tho late Jl. Dahose, uf tub" Chateau dc Krpicsse, Xormaudy. aud tho wife o' Uie South African mil- lionaire, wboie- father, the latu W. II. Taylor, founded, the Jockey Club ot lluenos Ayres. Her portrait by. Sir Edward J. Poyner, p.li.A.Y wes In the rtoyal Acadeiay ot 3511. attire. IB the above pliotosraph ste U set-n in Oriental that would mate guod Vee! it .'atfflCfS had stock to it to. It is reported that feed 13 this year across tho line and' that .many MoRtapa farmers; would give ciit stock or sell at a price that "woulrt'Slill Irave a good profit' to the in.it! xvho had feed tu put intu the'stock. Most of the buyers wlio contracted bunrHej- in the fall have asked in in buf.ches of sis to en. Kyrrvonc who is able to toes'." 1'oultry is iiot as good a as tlie raisers would wish. The prcvail- IER prlco'Ior turkeys is 11) cents, but a buyer from the'city came in last week" nmi raided the price lo 21 cents. H is said he bought- some- 500 turkeys, besides sonic anil chick- ess. The lot was for shipment to -NEXT SESSION OF BRITISH PARt.lA.MEMT London, no'de- Unite date has yet been fixed for the opening of tile new s-s-ion, It is generally expected tVrat pir- llament will re-assemble on Tuss- '_ day, February 3rd, DEMOCRATS QNEFOUfi NEWS Kinnoadalc, Dee. 10. A crowd was in attendance at Mr.-- A. r Johnson's sale last week. Mr. U. Davis acted as auctioi-.etr, the etc iron! Carmaugay. failing to put ia an apjearar.ce. Jlr. Jolinsun aad. his family leave this week tor Saskatch- ewan.' M- Cclwetl leit last week for a visit to the east. Mr. and'Mrs..0. Sandy arc. rejoic- ing over the arrival ot 3 baby daugli- j ter. Mrs. J. I.uat has.been re-engagcdj toe -mother, ieirj 'at KinnpmlalC; lirery; For a white it looked-as if'Ctanbrook and other Pass towns, the ranchers would liavc to hold till! Tberij a fellow In Cardston the market, bzigi'itensd up. Theio! throwing away money on Thursday. Lave been shiiupcnls going out Iroai herds as teet arc. gtumbling at- Cardston Jrcciurnlly all this nwk. duty on .cattle.; coroing'in tor feeding j DiversirM tarmiuj is catcliing on purpoies. Cardston district is right. iu Cardston district, and' pn tte Intcrn'atiopal line and there these farmers have money to is feed in the south country -after paying their debts. In some way more LctlibrulRo toozo got down ifi the Temple City and made the man rich iu Us esteem tor while at icasl. The money is ambassador to Mrs.' Clauclo Giles, wlio has dcen dangerously ill for the last weft, K- now out ot danger and uii a fair wjy to iecovery. She is at the Cardston hospital. Jos. IJartcr, of Is a Cardston visitor this week and wtulo lirrc (o Mr. Harry Me. Inlosli'at the Cardstrai Creamery, COULDN'T AFFORD JOB York. Dec. P. McCnmbs, ot Vho Uemo- crado Xatloual conimittee, gavo his reasoua for declinlug appointment as this year (o fatten all the stock in Kcciier ami Pitcher are doing a big'Cards ton on oi this week alas the booic. Ji. Halters passed through northern at a profit. if it coufd he done business 1'h'e duty is Icccping feed- pcd more iu hogs. Cardston has ship- with a bunch hogs this year than all the 'chased for which pur- inter feeding at- Ms big _ ____ r__ _______ o _ ______ crs irom importing.' Even an ordin- other sbijping points on Die lice llarm at Haley. '-Tlie buy was made "The jiost entails tho espendituro at auout a lie. said. "11 rays I could jiot, therefore, afford to accept it, 3 am back to the practlco of law, and. J hope to sonse iflocey." ANtl TAMMAKY i j XBW York, Dec- S. I I the nevrly-elMlM chairman 5 oJ t'jo Democratic-'assa'ciation of Xow -sYork county, organized 'it '.-to Tamraauy ball, aDDOiicced today 5 the appointmout of a plan and committee. The body U empowered I j to elect pennaneot headquarters for of ths and elfect an understanding I aftlliaXsd -Derf .wlll.._alsp make an. Bffort.tp .ivin Thpioaa Wttherelt and latuiiy have gone to for the ter. 1 >Us. Forman, o! had j is visitiag In Sortli Da-jChaVfi: oi-the..Free Jlctho-Jist kota, Hng "at Midway wrhoul "On Su.-nlaK'i Whitc-iel aad Archie 'nijhl, vrlitn a was rics-i elt are hauling coal this week, lent. Miss Myrtle Wethereit has returned! Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Little from Dlakesvillc will spend tac'irom WiEeonsin last ivcei. j winter on the homestead .vriih Ler i Arraeetinj was to'liavc beea-licM in mother Mttviny scbuol on Saturday W- ;.re-. Semuel.Cross his Died on the northiwre tte hlvitiR half of. sec ction 35 j'lan iliscoBtinueJ Juring tliB-Bumrier, coats'-but no oce was preseut.but house' itnui _ _ _ __ from DubllD, Ireland, acd Is a wel- come addition to our settlement. The Lars en 'who Lave, heeu Sep'terhber' Horse-drawn Po Alex struck oa Soc-tli7inS Clatcaholm daring the sum-j From the serentb annual report ot tho of Couaiy KoaJ LIVED 95 YEARS IN .ONE HOME ipy that he will not have to haul watcr.from a'distance. T. L. Bunean-marte 2 trip'to the spring. It "it- vie Chcislmas here this .'out It) lie reprts 35-years, who was Interesting (rip Medicine, probaMy the'cldeat resident of Syd- Valley and over heights] township, died as the result of a of the Cypress Hills with good roads li' paralytic stroke. He died in (he home la which he was corn and bad .tired life. THE KNIGHT MOTOR for iijiit travelling, but hills loo heavy lor loads. Ole Koerj, residini; near Comrev, WCOLFORD The adoption of the Knight Motor by tha r. B. Stearns Company of i Cleveland, seems to have been merely tbs beginning of the taking up o? this "motor'fey se.veral prominent firms thronghout the States. ,-Tiie acbieveineiits of the Knight iMotor, botQ ia Ibis and Alta., Dec. 18.-The ft-o- plc of Wooliord acd district- a surprise party fu.Slr. and Jlrs. Rob- 'Creek by way of One-Four, and li 0tSlH- accompanied by M, faithful das' J Org.ll is foreman at UKMitW heweea ras" raal'1' A ;3t to Medicine Hat, leal and was seen at One-Four and Creek, finally returning horao als 35 mUe joarney ITI lime to mase'i tte-regular mail trip oo Friday and lo in the large loom- A large number of people in Cards ton on Ftt'iiay. and Sat- Saturday. abroad, iave induced the Mollne Au- will have .the powerful raarket the '.importance to {heir atinpuncement in regard to the tlitf purchase house on of a of thejheld every, sprinp. Company. Jay Olson e-rfnnrt 'peprle are, by tha way, one of have gone lo St.' Paul'jor the boll- Mr. ami Mrs. siarcX broiisl.t Sweet Is spent last week _ vat school- aiitl I3tb, in order played br, the Cardstcn choir, Ihcryons was pci- fectfr. satisfied with the There is a feeling that the opera should tc playcci again in or- der lo give those Vilio did not ntipr.d, a char.cc lo fio so, after lipanng' ihe- favoraWfi comments. Klders ar.d H. Cure, of builders of 'In the Garford It'will be ]Cardston, visited as missionaries nn Sunday the Hth. John I'urriClI, son of I''- V. Purnell, lei'.- on ITie ntli en route for Utah lor (he u in ter. A Christmas tree will be plant aji'Klyria, Ohio, 'nSich was for- 'their bibj's body -'from-Branum, and O-.veridilc rliurcb uii. -Christmas eve. ed Mr. Adi-erilstmeat. two m'rfoa from in tho construction _lald it at rest In the cemetery grounds trucks, they have started to .balld the Knight -Motor. This Is ir.ost- slKnlficant, for possibly no one motor car company has besn more successful than that direct- Itcv. Cauicrosi, ol Cardston, will present act as chairman ol 1913 Traffic Census of Concrete Roads in Wayne County, Michigan This census was taken on the six main thoroughfares, which are built of concrete, leading into Detroit, for seven consecutive days of 24 hours each, in August and September, 1913, The table shows, for all kinds of vehicles, a gross tola! of of which or 35 pet cent., were horse drawn, and or 65 per cent., Ayere power driven.- Mr. and Cliaiurian'texvc Ibis j (to cntcrUiiiincr.t and will also hold week for a vslt In tiio States. I a church ttmce at the close. Shirley's H'o tc-amj weui to Utli- bridge this week after was in CanMon tnii Chrialmas arrar.sim; ,'or the chililrea's rij- anil Chtistmas tree to he given Christmas eve. .Mr. Walters is -superintendent f.'f the. Suaday school. For Sale-LANDS acres-of British Colnmlna lands in (ho Ijcautiful Kooicimy Vallny. Kspecially collected for- fruit mixed forming, clock lanching, summer homes, tctnic iusnting and tlshing ledges. In tracts ranging from 100 to iOOO acies at prices from IIO.O'J to per acre. Terms and parllcu-.ars "u application. Land Development Co., Ltd. 6, C', CARDSTON Cardston, Dec. ship-, ped another large- hunch cattle- hoss en of this week. The total value of' (he shipment in (he neighborhood of Hero is where the value of mixed fatmicig conies in. ol the Icattfe were iliiven from the west- country from C'anlslon ami were lak- fit rigM the range. Owing oothe- cxfrernfly luilil weather this fall More .hce! Is being gathered than usual. Animals have fattened, so the Mi) crs say, they were round in the early (all looking 6ver tfcc hcrfis. Miny oi the caftlcmrn nrcl able to icll a good part of These figures indicate that the concrete road has the ability to stand up, without serious disintegration, uncler the terrific strain of a great amount of traffic on the .Country Road, which equals, if nol exceeds, the amount of traffic per foot of width, on many city streets, These figures -.indicate that, in proportion lo population, the farmer is benefited lo as great an extent as the .cily' dweller. i Here is a paragraph taken from the Wayne County Road Com- missioners' report: "With the completion of Plymouth Road, we have abandoned every other form of construction and have adopted concrete as our standard. We feel that our experience of the past six years warrants us in arriving at this de- termination, based on its general satlsfactoriness and its annualxosf as compared with other forms of in addition to the economy in Jiaulirig, the pleasure in driving and touring, and the increase in land valuation, the concrete roads of Wayne County hav.e been the means of bringing tens.of thousands of dollars to this locality." Concrete roads will benefit any locality proportionately as they have benefited Wayne County, Michigan, The fullest detailed information about concrete roads will be sent to anyone interested, without cost or obligation. Address CONCRETE ROADS DEPARTMENT, I Canada Cement Company Limited Montreal ;