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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 3, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, November 3, TTIF, DAILY HERALD Hv couionttap to pay the suinf -of Monarch which she at per ltd by pajing her gwn tests in tte-rjoo. The imS L0w reverts to -Mr. jcliou, Mis. Kilt M. Shirk, ct ,Tus- 11! has l.cr suit i Shepherd Dunlop acted lor Mr. igainst J. W. McClaln. of Monarch, i McCloin in this matter, and John aid his Will !Iteb and R. stone and liitchir. lor the plaintiff- ieeb, nl tliis city. This suit was i This-was one ot the big citil suits tutleit bst spring, Mm. Shirk claim 'slated to be heard this sitting or 15 that the big McClain ranch at i the supreme court. STREET CARS NOT RUNNING YET MILADI EDITED -INO- Ktt. 1111 Ste Is a most comfortable friend i and a desirable neighbor who. In-1 At- Wesley parsonage this afternoon stcail ol mouinios over thi has the llev. H. Cobbli'dick united in not, determines to enjoy" what she, marriage Miss Ida Cecelia to has.-l.tuyd. Dtlim Smith, Imfh ot Vul- can. Mr. and Mrs. Smith will re- lic'.vare ol the., weepy woman, lhe Vul' of many Borrows. Host ol them. can- are ol her own making and her kwnr est eujoynitnt consists in retailing them to her friends- and enlisting the tender-heat ted. iulianapolls, Ind., Nov. ef- t was made up to noon today to Sine street car service which has Q tied ua since Friday by >'MrUe of the employers of the In- Traction ar.J Terminal ipany, although a special body b! ce was detached fo guard strike- ikers, the crowds flocked so lear the- street car barns that the i were not run out. ie crowd kept orderly sod quiet, on watch a block from barns. 'liters, merchants .and prolession- jc-ii are to 'guard -'the streets to- l in ordrr to let" the-police dc- I their lull time lo ihe prevention jstruction to street car proper- >hcrift Portcous served summons )0 representative business iricii inornlng, ordering them lo re- for guard duty as deputys later Washington, D.C., Nov. The war plans of tho .yrnr Ordinance department are com- plete, and for the first time in tho history ol I ho country Uoele Sam is in readiness at a moment's notice to arm and cfiulp iiOO.COO n'.cn lo send into lio field In the evenl o'. war with a flryt-class power. These plane have been worked out during the patt six years through syr-lemalic and unre- mitting lahcr of LleuL-Col. Johnson, of the Ordnance de- partment under the direction of Drlgadlcr-Ger.Sral'Wm. Crtzler, chief of the iurnau. sympathy ol the Lloyd. Mrs. H. W. Adams, ol Minneapolis, Is the guest of her sister. Mis. II. J. Goode. .Miss K. Austin, of Edmonton, for- merly of Lethbriclge, is visiting in the dty, the. guest of 5iiss Ilolmea. if V Mr. of the .Mr. lienne'tl, of the. Hank oi Com- merce stafi at Macleod, spent- the week-end with friends in the city. ft s Mr. Uobin 'Sherlock returns to Montreal tonight io complete his 'studies at McGill. TENN ANDERSON .The Holy Angels' Catholic Church. ran ?tary Johnston, oi the Xortli Voters' wait- tho council this afternoon to iat water services be installed jitely-on 12th St. and' I2th St. Tiic mayor answered that the teu'd he done as soon as'mon- available. Uowever, 'an en- Will bo niade'to get the mon- T.at- the 'work may be done also gave ttie couoci the duster lights matltr is still without Its pret- hg system. NOMINATIONS IN QUEBEC Huntlnslon, P.Q., Nov. noon today Andrew'Phillips, liberal ar.d Clarcace RojetE, has Lee-n in Winnipeg and the east, has return- ed to '.tie city. i tt x Alexander Johnston, deputy ninistcr of and fisheries, was .married very quietly at Dr. J. E. Moore. Conservative, were st ouis chiapel. His bride put In nomination for the seat In the ('oulta. Alia., was Ihe scene of a very nr'elty wedding on Thursday morning, October 30, when Miss Marie Loretta Anderson, of Seaforth, became the brldu of Mr. A. J. Tennanl, in the presence of a large number of friends tho contracting partl'.s. The wed- ding ceremony was performed by the ilev Father VanTlgheni, an old and chcrlsh'ed friend of the Tennant family, who came'from Taher especially for the occasion The bride looked par- ticularly charmlny in a stunning tail- ored costume of navy blue liediord cord and a picture hat of white hear- j er, with willow plumes. Miss Kitty' Tennant, niece of the groom acted as maid of honor, while N. Tennant iported the grcom. After-the cere- mony the happy couple motored to the Red Hiver rar.ch, where the invited; sat down to a sumptuous dejeuner. In Iho evtning a large re- j ccptlon was held, and the old.ranch! home rang with the laughter and mer- riment of the guests who were treated most royally. Amongst those present wt-re: Mr. aiiil Mrs. P. H. Buckley, Sweet Monl.; Mr. and Mrs. T. F.. Tennant, Sjr. Ii. Ttnnant, Mr. and Mrs. Keneth Sweet Grass. Moat: Mr. and provincial legislature, left vacant by ihe deatA ot H. Wafer. St.- John's, P.Q.. Nov. This was nomination day in St John's. The Liberals have Notary T. DraB-ard- and Marcellln Ilohert, and Faulin also run. Lud- was Miss Frances Steel ol North. Mrs. Wm. Crcery, Dr. and Mrs. T. Sydney, N. S. She was given away Patton, Mlts iiiierjoii. Sweet Grass, by her brother, while the groom was Mont.; Dr Scott. Warner; Mr. RllMiie. attended by Mr. T. lielar.d, Quebec C'jlbank. MonL; Mr. A. Resin, Sweet fit of marine and fisheries. drass, llr. G. N. Tennant For the reception the briile looked v'pinkiEalin veiled with' Ber trudfcau, farmer of St. an Independent candidate.' S. A. COMMISSIONER 'IS BETTER Toronto, pnt., Nov. pliyiielans Jn_- charge of Com- ralssloner Reea report IhiB mjjrning a general' Improve-' mentin.hts condition. .Sir. and Mrs. Johnslon. .left hoard the Corsican to spend their honeymoon In Kurope. Jtev.-H: Elmer have movedvfromi-53T klfc'et D N'orlh to 527 Tw.elfth'street A.Xorth.- church-was-the sccftb 'of .a chic In. shadow lace, with touches of blacfc. The groom belongs to one of our oldest families, bein; the son of Henry twenty years liaB.heen collector of customs at this port. la well known and unusual- ly liked throughout the entire, our- rounding country especially by the old- timers, and airjoin In wishing him and id titled FINE FURS OUR REPUTATION GUARANTEES RELIABILITY NO MATTER HOW LITTLE PRICES MAY BE I From a collection as large, as varitd. as carefully chosen and reasonably priced as o'jrs. there I I will to DO trouble In selecting what each woman wants. Long a quality of desirability I la any wrarliig a furs. All our furs are wade froni well selected hides and I I arc of superior Yt'orkrcaneMp. I Coats Ladies' Muskrat Sraart Btyles Musktat Coats, modeUed with roll coHar or storm, collar The skins used in the manulmluro of these coats are perfectly blfMided; the w-orkinaoEliip is superior. Sixes 36 io40. Trices and Near Seal Coats Fine Quality Coats, cut full length, CO Ir.ches. with loots back, high sierra collar, aud lara hack cuffs. Thesa coats are well lined throughout and are one o! best llcos In Near-Seal Coats that we ever handled. Sizes Trice, jklets Fur Neci havd on oitenslve line of N'ecblets in Mink, Persian l Fbx, Grey Fox and Natura) Coon. These are made in a pleasing ol styJes. Can be had wlUi muCs to or separate. Mink Marmot Muffs Mink Marmot Stuffs made trum well matched elfins, lo a irlfle ranee distinctive styles. Flno furs at-a moderate iirice. to MUSKRAT MUFFS AND THROWS ijiti.50 to Each TEN-DAY STOCK-REDUCING SALE OF CARPETS NOVEMBER 6 TO 16 HUDSON'S BAY STORES _.. i? t iir. and, Mrs.''Cross I fr> f tlifclty'.'-'-' dick tie'J the nuptial cnce immediate'rel'at'ives. 'The teachers of St Cj-prian's Sun- day: school meet, tomorrow evening. nf Wesley' church i these days of sat deal about sales efc., of sellinlg pds at less than cost and still living. Do i believe it? 1 Now listen to a good true yarn ibuyer, "when east five weeks picked up at a rate on the dollar for spot cash sixty-five Ladies and 150 Children's and Misses' Coats, the newest 'classiest coats shown 'hey are now on sale at a small advance on cost -The Ladies''Aid will-hold.a.busmes iss meet ins on ffed- Challenge No. 1 ILLENOE THE WORLD TO HATCH E8 ON THIS Xohellno and grey, brown stripe, rounded corners, contracted ho pink of stylo. Worth Eoiling CHINCHILLA A.CUL OR PONY R BROWN In itylo. ur Challenge price, S ,'AHD MIS8E8' this e prlc-ca. Prlcas ranging own to................ Challenge No. 2 WE ALSO BOUGHT FOR CASH AT OUR OWN- OFFER, ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTEEN MEN'S Fall and Winter Suits WORTH FROM ?18 to 430 FROM 35 (0 44. THEY ARE ALL ON 3ALE THIS WEEK AT ONE RRIC'E AND WE CHALLENGE THE WORLD TO MATCH OUR VALUES nesday. afte.'rnbonV when a. lull OL- tendan'ce ir- .-The Junior Boys' class of St.' Cy; piiaii'V Sunday-school i'ill .meet ch Wednesday evening' and the Senior Bible class on Thursday evening. V, 3- T The Woman's Auxiliary ol St. Cy- prian's church will hold a special meeting-at 3.30 on Thursday alter- noon. The senior llrbtherhoou oi 31. An- drew of St. Cyprian's church meet at- seven-thirty this evening, and the lunior Drotherhood at 7.15 tomorrow evening. Tl.e A. V. P- A. of St. Cyprian's church will hold a literary evening tonisht, whin the topic will be, r.rid how to rfad ll.erri." Ths siibjcct is'a new one and should be Intereslins. A musical program will also be rendered. Tho regular meeting ot Maple Leaf Chapter, No. 7, O.B.S., will he hold to- morrow evening, at 8 b'cloolc. A num- ber of visitors are expected from the recently founded Coaldale _ and after the transaction of routine business a good, old-fashioned social time will he In order. Vlaltlng mem hsrs ol the order will be made heart- ily we] com o. f "In connection with the observance of World's Temperame D.iy, which will be observed in the churches o! next Sunday, Rev. ff. F. Gold, associate secretary ol the Al- berta- Temperance and.Moral Rrlorm League, will speak at li a.m. In Wes- ley rhMtch and Rev..AIM Esler of Grace I'reshytetian'.chiirch; Calgary, at-7.30 P-ni. 'These services 'should he'of The executive ol the Women's Civic club-will raeet on Wednesday after- noon'-with-Mrs. Andrew, Tilled, -Third ,5lrcel BREWSTER MA.Y RUN _____.-' ,j Vancouver, U.O., Xov. is resarded as likely that H. C. Birewster, provincial Liber- al leader.'and rhem- ff her of the op- pose V. f7. Foster.. Conserva- tive cindldate for the Island Winnipeg, JIan., Xov. stu- dent is circled, ar.d about- ten oth- are-'suspended Ir'bm lectures for constituent in aT byedectloa varying periods u a of i nnih recent invtstigatlon by next t- the ol the United principals, adviiitd the men not to strike, as student had ore ending. A. meeting at the stud- ent bodj- will te held this attecaoon, when the ivhole maltu disciissfd Ihe students from" j point of The principle defense of the students involved is that noth- ing was done to frsshtnen witbouS ths sanction of tJiR viclims. Lonn'on, Nov. 3. It is stated on the hest- authority, that the government intends to reconsider its decision not to participate in the Panama Exposit'on, and in all prohahility will report in Inv- or of a Uritish exhibit. It is not expected the question will he for- mally tawn.np for a time, hut assurance is iorfhconiiKg that the government will do the thing and well. The proposed national Khlhil is supported hy the manufacturing interests of the country. PRAISE FOR CHANCELLOR. divide acre lots 12 _ ft to sell t for Nets ,slies; all continue i Kid Gloves Tho kind yon are' told arc worth In hlack and tan Our price----.. w'n' 7ho Companion? the Forest will meet. in SL.'Sfirj'a rnrlfh'halt, at 7.30 nd toclil Britain will ie known not only it the wealthiest country In world, but probably SB the happlot also." REID .POSITION General'- Ar- itar Heid In hli rHljnf- lion to the clly council (oilay. H was accepted, tnd ivlll take. ff effect Nortmbe'r 30. He Eiid in concluelon: "When i WB as are in the Chai or'B speech arc In force, Uien Groat Winnipeg; has been using water at the rate of gallons per MR. BOBDEN'S HEALTH Ottawa, N'ov. here publish .contrary concerning Premier Borden'i .health. The Free Preii be is on the verse of a KCT-. greakdown. BRICKLAYERS. MEET Mcdli-lr.e Hat, Inter-provincial'Wnterenca ol Mani- toi-i, Saskatchewan and Albfrta ol the roasoss and Of the tfttfon of America IB BeMlpn..here this Tfeek, commeric- Inff'this are here from all targe cities of the thi'fi; piov. Incei. rresldent Wm. p. Carroll, o North Baltleford, js presiding, and K Slllltoe, of. RImonlon, is lee'retar: KNOWN AS THE MOST MOD- ERN IN THE PROVINCE. and Cream V It's. -worth n test to find out can get the liigliest Mjlk-niul service. ASK THE HEALTH DEPARTM.ENt AlOlJT. (JS.'; ;