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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, November 3, 1913 THE LETIUmTDGE DAILY HERALD Page 7 DC I.-A CLAIN I Authorized Capital cannot afford to withhold your moral and financial support to this local industry For Your Own Sake. It undoubtedly will be a paying investment Shares Each For the Sake oF the City. It, will give employment, stimulate trade and keep capital circulating For the Sake of the District. It will furnish a market for the farmers' produce, encourage mixed farming and attract settlers INVESTIGATE INVEST WE SELL THE STOCK ON EASY TERMS Gall or Write For Information MITFORD COMPANY GREAT ENTHUSIASM IN BRUNS- WICK ON ENTRY OF NEW REIGNING- HEAD OF DUCHY. IABER TALKS' Tabcr, Xov. F. Simmons has purchased the Crrswcll and Atherton Mock ql men's and will move fais tailoring business to that! building-and conduct both Las messes in future. Hon. A. J. McLean returned this week horn Edmonton.- 'J'Jic choir of Knov church hcto SPREAD A LOT OF MONEY AROUND BEFORE HE A GREAT SPENDER irV, Germany, Nov. Dis-' very evening weather failed to. dampen of Mr. and Mrs. J. li.c enthusiasm ol the" crowds here Tuesday eveuingr.irf'lhc nature- a icday lor the state entry into IJrjns- faicupll party for Mr. At'mton, who Billings, .Oct. A social to the home. Gazette from Cody, Wyo.. says: ligmeier I Charles C, Gates, son' of the late J. W. Gates, died in lifs private car here MORE CATHOLIC DEPUTIES EL. ECTE D IN R OF ROME TO RESIGN Rome, was said at th Vatican I morning thaV the Pop had satisfaction a' Cranbrook, B. C., Nov. Tisdale has taken up residence on Armstrong Avc., in the rcsiilej.ee for- merly occupied Trainmaster Hood.1 3Jr. Mullen moved Ms to' Canary Kriday last. J Mrs. IF. K. Hazchvood and children! left Saturday mortiir.g [or Winnipeg, where they ivill rcsfde. T. T. .McVlttce, of Foil Steele, spent l-'riday Ik Catholic depu- brother Archie- from Victoria, B. C. The annual meeting and election ot ties in the second Ballot oi the Ital- at 2 o'clock yesterday aiternoon from fan general elections. He was.pleas- oncers for the Cranbrook the Canr.cn's Hall. Hall owe1 en friends he Teas to mountain re- had. been presented, I OLD ST, JOHN'S CHURCH AT WIN- NIPEG TO BE TORN DOWN AND REPLACED BY NEW EDIFICE ftom the steps of tlic throne in the presence oi the members cabinet and the deputies, a speech in wbivh IIP asserted iiis loyal- ty to p.xlslir.g. conditions in the Ger- man empire. girl. a building permit Saturday for Mf- Gates sllll was" in', poor for their new offices on -Main street. health, and relumed to Cody to re- cuperate hefcre hia trip east Physicians for n. time thought that he -would regain his health, Mon- day night a change occurred, and corn- WILLIAM MclNTYRE The Bank of Nova Scotia teller at St. Jchn, N. B., arreited on a charge of stealing from the'Bank. He was induced to come to Toronto by a decoy letter and was arrested in Toronto.by the local police. .Miii <...iuiii resignation. As fr-ours at tlie public school were Smilhoiitri'day, Octo'j'nSl.'a'ba'jy' 50rl Rnd a l'untlog trip was planned, a municipal election is to taVc plarc owing-to the short days. School1 A CHARMING STOLE AND MUFF Tbis trip was successful from a hunt- in Jurn1, next year, it is assumed that now at 0.30 a. ill., and The Citizens' Lumber Co. took o'Jt'lnS Point of view, but upon its con-1 the government will in the interim The lots south ol A. Beet's resi- dence were sold.at auction Thursday afternoon by ttc owner, V. J. Mc- Crohan, o! Calgary. As pulcatlona-caused El: wot king on a fin a .'two forts to .relieve 'Mr' Gates' lluggiEh story building the scaffolding -'gave heart were erf no avail, and-he gradu- way and Mr. Williams iell to ground, where he the ally sank and failed to respond-to un- stimulants. consclous and received severe injur- During his alay.at Cqfly'Mr. Gates ies. He is able to" Le'outt but is not made' many friendsj. and a few ibcfprifilBdeathhcasVcrtalMd'thkla. will hold dcblednesa of the various "churches In doing much The Women's'Institute their next da I the properly rights of married wo- men within the province. 'Tlicre is still-some liopc of Taber having a scaling rink this winter, heir nest regular meeting next Fri- this city. In some instances he wiped lay, November i lh; Mr. .J. H. oal ,he debt of th5 in will address lla meeting h-e 'mnde suba'tanltol.'contribii- ,ions. H? phased clothlnK for the poor of t'he'cily, an.d'in many other :B tnenl during hls suy hero. nates waB his r.tructcri hut the spectators can have' noie' at "e t _. shells in the'long shed'which nOH-1 Tuesday morning at llfo'jlock, and stands on the west- side ol the lot. afttir ivas taken to hia .Mayor W. W. Douglas retuine'd car. Shortly before noon Thursday, from'a short trip to ukcn .worac' and tg rc" mountains. spe-nd to restoratives, dying later In Rev. Archdeacon Hogbfn, ol afternoon, just as his private car y, conducted services in fit, Theo- wa9 about lo be coupled to a Burling- doic's church Sunday. The services wcro in the form of a Harvest Fes- tival. N Heating Cooking lighting DONE BY The Southern Plumbing and Gas Fitting Co. exclusive sale for the latest now Funiace Fan Burner. tliis biinir or we guarantee to compete with'coal. Rc-moilcl your Furnace. Il will eosl y.ou nothing for a'dcmonslra.- lioii. ESTIMATES EEEE The Southern Plumbing and Gas Fitting Company COOPER AND FIDDES .'PHONE 1216 712 THIRD AVE. SOUTH ton train. The car and ibs bofly was removed lo a tiotel uiitil health authorities can, make investi- gation and Isaite the proper papers. On his return from hia hunting .trip Mr. Gates made the announcement that ho had gained ten pounds in weight and that ho never felt belter in his life, his death tiolcg sudden and unexpected. On hts return to Cody Mr, Galea spent over in buying fur over reals for friends. He also gave h-a chauffeur In cash, and to Xcd Trosf, his guide on the hunting trfii appoint a'royal commissioner. BUYERS AFTER CHURCH CATTLE buyers are In Cardston loday looking at the Mor- mon church cattle are lo bo sold at.lho_home rancli thlg and .will Ihe church's new six-ton' rc-cosily installed -at the branding corrals., .Mr. Wood, president ot the church ivho tonducta' the business of the orgar.izatioa, Is of the opin- ion that cattle driren from the church ranch to railway points north or cast lose ten per cent on the journey. Tbo object of.pulling in scales is to sell at the ranch and save this ien per cent. It will 'be remembered that Hie cattle now being sold are a residue of the big Cochrane band bought by the church in 1503, and the church ranch fs the acres of land bought fri ra the Cochrane cstato at the sniu- Ume, Tho ranch 'Ites hetwetn tho Tjclly and Walerton rivers anu tcnds to Ihe Rockies. WILL DISTRIBUTE SUPPLIES FROM EDMONTON .Edmonton, Alia., Nov. fs to bo the distributing centre for all post ollice supplies needed by the peo- ple of the province of Alberta, o. El- bourne, ot Ihe postal department, Ot- tawa, is In the clly inaugurating this new department. Hitherto, It iras ne- cessary lo send to OtUwa direct for all supplies for Ihe various post of- fices scattered throughout the prov- ince. Mr. Klbourne estimates that il vvlli talce about six iveelo tiefore the neiv system will te placed into' oper- ation. He is visiting all the capital he presented a hill. A of Iho western provinces, and hours before hm death he, fs reported before he returns to Ottawa will have lo have made tho statement thai ho had cleaned up a big sum on the Chi- C3BO board of Irado and thai he ex- pected lo spend before leaving Cody. Hia mother and relatives were notified of.hia death within a few minutes, but no messages have Lean received from them aa yet. tile body will be shlppod to Now York City some time to-day. DWELLING TWO PERSONS KILLED Kartfortf, Conn., Nov. entiro flido of n. four-storey brick store- house In North Front atreat, collaiisctl early today, and crashed through the frame dwelling houee of John Hughes, tmmerlTately adjoining. As a result two persons arc dead, thrce.tt.tally in- jured and anotbiT seriously hurl. In spile of the money stringency, taxes arc being -received by tho City Treasurer trf Ttegina three tiroes as fael ns last year. similar systems at each- IOEPS at P-m, Mrs. Garnet .Patinore gave an al- irrnoon tea Friday aiternoon In hon- or ot her mother, Mrs. Giabain, and sister, Miss Graliam, were ing her a few days on their way Maurice Quam has been ill for -flic .past few.-days 'torn, the bunting'of a blood usscl, but is now on the to recovery-- Miss of Gull Lake, SasV., visiting her sister, -Mrs.' L. J. Cranston. Craiibronk, on Thursday, October 23, to Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Drale, a daughter. the Cottage hospital, on Thursday, Octolcr 23, lo Mr. and Mrs. S. 0. a 'daughler. Craribrook, on Thursday, October 30lh, to Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Shepherd, a daughter. A. D. Horsman and wife returned to (heir home in CMcalily, Sunday, aller. a sliort visit in. town with friends. Lieutenant Cooper, of the Salva- tion Army, will leave the first uf the week for Winnipeg, to be in attend- ance at the visit nl General Uootli, after which ho will go lo Vancouver, to which place he has been transfer- red. Captain Cairulhers ol the local corps, has already departed for Win- nipeg, where he will U married on November lib, to Caplain Hell, of Vancouver." The caplain and his bride will return io Cranbrook, afler fhe''r honeymoon, which will be spent at various points in the prairie provinc- es. .Messrs. Walt'lci- anrt Johnson will open up a r.cw hiitchcr shop on Da- ccmhcr 1st in the old post office building on Uaker street. The monthly inciting oi Jho Wo- men's Institute will be held at 3 p m., on the Jth of N'ovcmher in I Carmen's Hall. Mrs. T. S. Gill wil. gire'n dennmAlralion on ''Cinnamon rolls, buns, elc." The are inslallins; a dyna- mo which will supply electric i Of the finest natural skunk, Ihe stole slightly shaped on the shoulders whilst it and the large pillow muft are lined with soft satin. D.irlng fire drill at the Alexandra Et'liool, Hrando'n, lite pupils wern riir.rchcrt out In the rtcord Hue eJ ooo minute and X3 NORTH LETHBRIDGE SIXTEENTH STREET Eight- lots oiily, size 25 x 125, to each. Terms cash, 620.00 per month. This Is tlio best located property In North Ward and stioiiW sell at HQO per lot. Sewer, water nn'l sldciwalk, One block from Coffee Factory, nearlng 3eo us as ttiosa lols will not long. R. V. GIBBONS CO. PHONE mi BALMORAL BLOCK OFFICE OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS lo tliefr tlic vartls, the sta- tion, all the offices, department build- Ings ami tlic-Y.M.C.A. Truman Horsman spent 'Sundaf in with his family. Man.. Nov. JoJit k Cathedral, a famous church built in !SrJ2. to be a jilace or Tvor- sbip toil.iy, for last night the final ser- vice was bold, and now the historic old edifice Is to be demolished and replaced later-by a more substantial building. Yesterday's service was at- tended by Hon. Sheriff and Mrs. Ink- ster and Mrs. Cowan, parishioners who attended tho first service tliero fifty-one years ago- Iii the graveyard encircling the building are buried men and women, whose names are written in history.. The worshipers were told ot "these bat night, when a fareell sermon was preached by Kev. Canon Matbeson. BUYING CANADIAN TURKEYS London, Ont, Xor, number of American buyers arrived here today, and are purchasing huge quantities of turkeys for Thanksgiving, Usual top prices are otfered, and tons of bmJs will be rushed across the border. .The Metropolitan Jlethodlst Cburch at lUsipa has installed a tioiv jT.oO'J" I organ. FOR RENT 122 acres Irrigated land, almost adjoining the City' Limits, about 30 acres in aUnltfl. Part of it fenced for' hogg, fair butidiugs, plenty of water.'. is adapted for dairying, hog ralsinp and trucK gardening, rent fully equipped, with horses and machinery, of nnrt maclitnery. One vbo under- slands anil can follow'this class or fanning, can make big money on Ibis farm'. FOR GO head of sheafs from 2 lo 4 months old. Sheaf Oats cut for feed, also timothy and alfalfa hay delivered in the city on short notice. Automobile in. good condition, for sale or exchange. Farm land and City properly for sale or exchange. PHONE 1426 k- H. GALVIN BALMORAL BLOCK, CITY Eastern Excursions December 1st to 31st Return Liiiiil 3 Months Stopovers nnsi. Fort William' Trains Letlibritlge at 23.50 niul lo.SO nxccpt Sunday VIA THE Canadian Pacific Railway first class round trip fares from Lelhbridga to TORONTO, HAMILTON, SARNlA, WINDSOR MONTREAL, OTTAWA, BELLE-' VILLE, KINOSTON ST. JOHN, MONCTON HALIFAX Corrcapontling fares from other points and to all stations la ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND MARITIME'': PROVINCES For booklet of Information anrt.fiill par- apply to any agent o[ the Canad- ian Pacific Rp.llway, UNITED STATE'S EXCURSIONS First Class Round Trip from tethbrldgo lo MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL December 1 I. 31. .ouLUTH ......................143.10. 1 V CHICAGO Three KAN3A5 Corresponding lares to other In ILLINOIS, IOWA, MISSOURI, .NEBRASKA', and WISCONSIN S. B. Mitchell, Agent; Phone ;