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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRMMS Hotel Windsor EMI a Day Hotel Altcria DAILY HERALD Dallas ITotd >lie Most 3 56 34 47 24 4G IS 16 24 M IS 46 25 15 45 24 46 31 6 3 20 26 29 has pre- vailed the prairie provinc- es. FOH.ECAST Western Pcovioces Fine and mild and Tuesday. CITY AND DISTKICT To-Ruti Again Mojor Stnnoll, of Caljary, wiil swk re-election. Mrs. W. of Cra daughltr. La-ke, Tyrdl's Likt Fred Clarke, a fanner from the Tj- rell's Laio district, east of NeT Dly. ten, spett tile day In tonn. Mr. Clarke's crop busbels and grilled'Xo. 1.. Two hundred thousand bushels have already tcea shipped from, ibis district. lu commenting on the "Quo Vadis" Locates ir, Lethbridge Tabcr.Times: C. F. Hob-eke, who held In tte law .bffice of II. G. Mj-ers. has similar po- sition with W_ s. Bail, otLeihWdge. C. P. R. Changes Gordon G. Sutherland, cMcr C.-P..'R. Medicine Hat, has been appointed car-service gsry. 3. E. Ryan.- trainmaster, suc- ceeds Mr. Sutherland. Supt. Reid Improving SupL Arth'.ir Iteid is'laprb.-fn'g fair- ly rapidly.' Yesterday he .essayed hiV first visit o-jtslde trie house, walking around the yard for a leyr mlmrtes. It la underblood he will talie a three or' four'-weeks' trip before the tie- year in that he may entlrely-rfr cralo !rom the effects of his long Illness. Toyland IS READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION Two Elevators at Foremost nserter Aiiiswcrtfa, of the gov- ernment road department, visited Foremost during the latter part oJ the weefc. elates that two elevalirrsl are nearlng complttion, and will be ready to receive grain by the time His roefl ,5 readj- to operate.' Foremost lots have not been sold 3-et> but a Our Toy and Depait-. rneot in'Uie is once' more .ready-for The Block is aewanil Is bigger "and better Efcii' 'i-before anil prices Tower." and Book Am' first t ne at tfae Sherman tonight, and tor the otxt five days. R. B. Cbad- "r, chief censor of moving piclure (Has for (ho rrovince, sars: "The yiic- lure is without doubl llie ffnesl tlml has been censored fn tbe province, to North Lethbridge Gymnastic Class 'All member's and those wishing to become membere, be on hand at 8 o'- clock tonight' fn the gymnasium of school. to the social, which -aras fce-Jd in St Andrew's church last Thursday, fbe School Board deckled (o.fcold the class one more to If twenty members will take advantage of It Don't for VV'eslro'nBter at 8 sliarp t UIs Like Knding Money To get a bargain like ihjs FOUR LOTS FACING EAST BLOCK ;126, FOR '476 EACH. 'TEflMS. HOUSES TO RENT Build Ing, Otlobtr The lor Oclober, 1913, according lo W. B. E. Elscnbatier, -vtalhsr obsenrer, are as ffl'lowE: .Vumber of cloudy days.......1C PrecipHallon for raonlh..... 0.50 PrcclplUllon from January i, (odale............i.1.81 "Ilfihest lemperalure during monih................7S.24 Ijoweal lemperaliire during raonlh................ I2.3' Mt-fln Icmperalarc for tiionlh.. Total hours of bright lArgcsl amount of briglil aun- ahlnc In one day, hours..... 10.5 Average amount ol brlslit aunsblne each day.......', 4.5 Coalhurst Theatre COALHURST Jfotlns pictures Till he sho'tm every .'Ipnilair, Wcrlncaday and Saturday. A 'dance will be held every Friday night. Ihere.Ttaiiy lo locate when Ihe.C.P.R. puts lie lots oa tee nrnict. Dispule Ovtr Land Taber Times: A lepl baltlo rival intereels In tbe towa of Orange- ville. Oat-, over asectio n of land in the old C. Y. ranch, '-Jet north of Taber. Is ailraclbg Ihe attention of lanj men and nstessilalu) the visit to. lown last week of several prominenl' men of, the Ontario town. The actln baa arisen as a result of.the'sale of a. section of-land In the C.' y. ranch by J. J. Wblle both of Orang'vllle, two or Ibrte years ago Nonary drove out to see the land, and expressed himself as salJ3'red. Laler he fonr.d some of the land to be very undesirable, and entered, aull against While for J2500, claiming that Ihj land he first satr net Lho land he really hoiight Both parties to the ac- tion are spending a considerable am- ount In fighting tho case, which will be Irled In Orangtvijle.' Mr. White ess gone fo the extent of scr.'lng three men out to Taber lo lok over the land, and these men visited hsre last They were J. Hcbertscin. J. S. Wallace and Fred W. KIlcMe. (In Saturday allrnooo they were taken ojt to look at the lar.d Last weeV. evidence tra3 (afec-n from Taber men by LelibritJgc to the virtue of the lacil. for which, it Is understood, paw 411 an acre. LOCALS Xonn i.ellibridge Voltrs' Asrocla- lio.'il a nisi meeting'at "Jarg- man's hall X o'clock' Tuesday, Xov. Bufeinesrt to consider ihu' advls- abiiily of can'l'atc In the coming elcclion. _ always (arrj- on hand stock of dry wood, cuf In stove lanslhL "3.00 per load delivered.' i'Fho'ne C'lffrens Ltd, 130 (i't; St. X. STOVU stove wood i. ready cut. Call on Citizen's I.umlK 'o.. f'uono 135 Street..Sort 25.3-. "The r.Iini HMiera" al'the HIJoii I ay and tomorrow. Two reels of e ciu-ment. The .average mother Is 'Tubay' 'obout the Ecap used in baby's bath (particularly the flrst baby) -A WORD TO VIlVO-'LIA BABY.'...., Neutral, J. D. Higinbotham' Co., Ltf The Store TELepHONE NO. CITY AND DISTRICT- Service in New Church Basement At the morning service In St. Pail rick's church yesterday, Rev. Father Rojenihal Dialed (Sat te hoped (6 hold service In the basement o[ tic new church on tie last Sunday of this month. The new church Ts being fit- ted up so that all services may bo hold there during the winter. VlirU Construction Camps H. G: Barter, C.P.R. construction engineer, Calgary, came south last night, and went out to tho Lelbbridge- Wevburn, construclion camps this t mbralng.- The finishing touches to Foremost are being put on so that ser-' vice" may be Inaugurated about Xo- vemb'er-lS.' HOME MILLED WjfjEAT nppenllo you ,-hcn Qualify and Price appeal to you in mnkmg a, selection of flour when you are If so. insist on nsinp- ELLISON'S "Our Best "Tjour 11 Years Successful Milling hi Alberta Ly ELLISON HULLING AND ELEVATOR CO. Court of Reviilon Coiirt'ot .Revision to' consider .ippH- cations (lo be added to tie Hat will be'considered nest Monday, No- vember ..10, at 2 p.m.. when some thrco inndred applications vvill" te paEie4.'.on'fby the; council. A large number .of these are tenants and the inaln point will tojearn if they ful- l the nece6sarfj; foot Badty.Torn Little IJeer, "of, Carman jay, uas broueht to the city on Friday af- tc'rauon. 'from a. vjbry palii-J. Till Vbund.'in'bis it had Is on the recovery' TaVet Trip J. L. years Hersld'and the Xews, of, this .oily, also'fir two' yoais secretary of the Board of Trade, lift forilorilreal, where te sail-on.tbe Andanla OE Korember 16 for London, lo ap'end winter witb bis parents jn KJnL Mrs. M an waring will snerid the vflnter Kl'th'fTlends'in Spokane, ,an4 oilier Wafiblngton and Idaho pointa. '.ITY AND DISTKiCT Hecclved Sixty New At Wesley Methodist church on Sun- !iy morning, aixfy new members "ore received, twenty en profession of and forty by leUeV. Th'e memljtTs came from all te far .wUi iis Htolland, in (lie Isles; from'the and several of tho Stales. The of, communicants at the wc- service was the largest In history of the church. -At tho -tight ecTvlce {he churcb.waA packed i capacity. Rev. Mr. Cobble "icic cached on '-'Iiaac't Quest vfor a ifc." The choir, under Mr. tlohorls, !dcd much to the AJ service. Steamship S. D. Mitchell, C.P.H. agent here, re- ports tlie' following steamship move- ments: The While Star-Dominion- ll.M.3, docked at Quebec on Sal. urday night and at Montreal day afternoon. PassengerB are due icre on Thursday, The Allan'line s.'s.' Hesperian from alUfgov doci'ed at -Quebec on Sat- urday, Montreal Western j-SEScngers are due here on Thurs- 'day. May Invest at Lake The Gazette reports that an English syndicate.'with several million dot- lars of, capital Is Investigating the coal propositions al Grassy Lake, and Fecuring KICCB on dlffK-ent properties. An engineer will be sent over to get first-hand Information, and report to the company. II htg reports arc lav. they probably will syndicate will ojiea up a mine that wll bo. second to none n Soatbsrrn AJ- bcrta, and gve employment lo Ihree or four hundred men. Resolution cf Condolence At the-special meeting of the rity council on Saturday afternoon, the following resolution of condolence was moved anrl passed in silence: WlfEHKAS- It has pleased Almighty .God lo remove from our midst OUT most and respected fel- Robert B. and WIlBRpAS, Ihe unwltlbh tabors and public: spirit that has choracloilzed tht life of the lato Mr. Sherlock dur- ing his many yca-rs' residence In this