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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 4, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ihy, TirF LETHBRIDGE DAILY HER ALT) 5 DIMINISHING MEAT SUPPLY INCREASING COST OF LIVING b'-tne last ten- years the population OL Canada increased 35 per cent. Number 01 cattle increased 20 per cent ii it it TIC OH (l 1 IDA 'l U. D. 60 decreased Ou j' Great Britain, Germany, Austria, Hungary, Russia, Brazil, Argentina, and jew Zealand increased much faster than the cattle. i The population of Australia increased 18 per cent, cattle 40 per cent and today Australia has the world fora market, ven including Southern Alberta. Farmers of Alberta MUST, be induced to raise more cattle by being provided with a enable and accessible market. That need will he supplied by DELANY'S LIMITED. Conserve your own interest by upporting this local industry. Let US show you. M1TFORD COMPANY FACTS ARE STUBBORN THINGS INVESTIGATION COUPON MITFORD COMPANY: LETHBRIOOE, ALTA. Gentlerr.cn: Pleate send me any literature you have relating to DELANEY'S LIMITED, Stock. Name Address JIMMY MITCHELL AND HIS COIN OPOSEO 10 NO ELECTION UNTIL 1515 Tiien it Was Suggested That He bs Engaged for Mr. Reid's Work Nov. Kisit lion. Johu Burns, President of (he Local Gororomont Hoard. sr-eaklog at Glasgow, said te could predict with confidence there would te no general cl- ectSon boforu 1015. Until then, at least. tUc. present sovern- ment would continue in office. -v TORONTO FROM NORTHEAST, ULSTER IF HOME RULE IS ADOPTED PREDICTS ENGLISH PAPER FOR TWO MONTHS isriy showing the Canadian copper lodged In little'.Jimmle's'trachea, lid's threat was working commissivsly when the X-ray man did his work was necessary to take the picture between the spasmodic movements of The little chjp was operated 'upon on Tuesday and is now In a lie condition at the-hospital for sick children, Toronto. The boy was I about in his bed yesterday morning with the copper m his mouth and e.way1 It. T ESTATE TO HIS WIFE Kast Mfdfllcsex, an estate of in, Oat., Nov. the wiH j is tefjueathed to his wife, Sarab Alice laic Oeprse" .for-rXceiy. "Xeariy all o' the estate is iDmber of tliu Icgielaturo forj made ui> of rtal estate. FOR RENT i Improved, acrog irrigated land, almost unjoining, the City hits, about 30 acres in alfalfa. Part of it fenced for hogs, fair plenty of water. This farm is adapted for dairying, liog King and. truck gardening, will rent fully equipped, with horses J machinery, or "without' horses and machmeiy. lindcr- Inrls and can this class cf fanning, can make big money (his farm. CO head of shoats from 2 to 4 months old. I SUcaf Onts'cut for feed, alao timothy and alfalfa Lay delivered In the city in short notice. Automobile In good condition, for sale or exchange. Pann land and City, property for sale or exchange. ONE 1425 H. GALVEN BALMORAL BLOCK, CITY LETHBR! "HONE 1131 OFFICE OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS BAUMORAL BLOCK Expenses of Bond Selling Trip of Mayor and Alderman Ordered Paid' it to census in one day, but H Is the London, Nov. Spectator, uhich roiifcs among the most scholar- ly, cautious ami influential organs o! way it IB done in largtr cities and lhe Unionists, puMIsiied a remarkable Chief Skelton helieves it will he more [orecast which reveals for Ihe first satisfactory; H will take until the end I fftne some of the Ulster men1 of the naonth to complete the work. j 0( campaign. If the Home Rule bill The recommendation of the license js carried through next June without and police committee that the N'orth the exclusion" of north-east Ulster Lethbrldgc polic.e station on Wcstmin-1 one hundred thousand organitet Eter Fthool grounds be sold by tender! men will rise. The rebels will not at- and that a" jiatrol box- lie established tempt 'a pifchpd battle, but they will spread themselves throughout- the mountains and bags from which their mobile bands-can ambush government General Superintendent Arthur Reid oMIie city's electrical depajtmeni has resigned, ilie to lake ef- fcct'on N'ov. 30. It has been accepted. That was the most important: busi- ness before the council at ils meeting! yesterday efternoon.. The resignation! was not unexpected, having come a.-! boiit in regular order of, things. It was made'necessary Reid's ilete.r- minrition (o stand for the position of commissioner of public ut- ilities, (he cinrlcr stating that no niumcifal office holder shall ha ele- Eihlc as candidate for any of the com- The question oi appointing some OILS to acl as head of Ihe detriment for the month or December was not decid- ed! although is was broached. Mayor HardEe moved that the council, in ?Uw of the work Aid. Hamilton hart flonc In this department during the illness of Mr. Reid, suggest ihal Ihe former be remunerated, ths suggestion to be'car- rled forward into the new year for tho at the corrfer'of 13th SL and 3rd Ave., K. was adopted.' Transfer of Park It was slated during the meeting that- D. J. Whitney had made out a be handed over to the cily transferring to the corporation "Whitney a plot; of eight acres donated to llie city by Mr. last spring. Bond.Trip Expense The expenses, of. Mayor HaVflle and Aid. AVUliamson incurred during their eastern trip'to dispose of the city's bonds vero ordertd paid. The mayor's account was'559 6-and Aid. William- MAN ATTEMPTS SUICIDE Great Falls. H, Eol- iter, listed" in the city directory as a clerk for the Lindsay Produce Co., alternated to commit suicide last night by firing a 32-caHbre bullet into ills left breast, aod is now'a. patient at the Columbus hospital, suffering from a bullet vound tatrrely through Ms body. He clalma Toronto, Out-, u his home. NINETY DOLLARS FOR AN APPLE London, Nov. mammoth ple which arrived at Covent Garden, on Friday was sold for equalling nearly half a sovereign per ounce. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, ALEXANDER LAJKU. General JOHN 1TTTP. In'l fr.....T Win V. C. BROWN', Superintendent of Central Wectern Brancfcec YOUR ATTENTION! We have.EXTENSIVE LISTINGS of im- H'oved.ancl unimproved >10RTH LETHBRIDGE PROPERTIES bnongst which nrc some EXOEPTIONAL- GOOJ) BUYS., DO NOT FAIL TO SJ3E US i L. "S. RIPLEY CO OFFICE MACDONALD QLOCK PHONE 1034 supplies and render difficult the feed- ing and moyrmcnt oi troops. The moment the hill passes there, will be JrrairtliC Protestant centres a movement to drive away the Cath- olics. The Catholic minority will naturally attempt to .resist and will to the government for aid and soothe fight will The gpvcrnr mcnt'will require two nundred thous- and troops in the field in Ireland. FONBERG GETS LIFE. Is Slayer of Corporal 'Bailey at Grassy Lake Lait March. Edmonton, Nov. Fonberg, the homesteader who killed Corporal B.iUcy at GraEpy Lake last March and the n. W. M. P. several days of excitement before he waa cartnr- found B nitty on Saturday and sentenced to life imprisonment at Ed- modton penitentiary, Mr. Juat'ce Slrnrr.ons who tried the case, satd concurred in the verdict ivhtch was brought in after ten minutes' dellbera- SIXTEENTH STREET Bight lols only, sixo 2fj x 125, to irico 6325.00 each. Terms 825 ensh, jur iiionlli. This Is boat located properly in North Ward and Bliould sell .1 per lot. Gevvcr, water and stiletyalk. One block nearing completion. I Sco us as Ilieao lots will not last long, R.V. GIBBONS consideration cf the board of comrols- sloniTs. Objection was entered to this method of the problem, as Aid. Hamilton, by his oal.h of precludes himself from receiv-j ing any remuneration for work during that time. H was suggested that lie might resign his seat on1 the council, and hi appointed acting dent for November and necembtT.'bvU I ft he said he wag not looking for job p. ml would not give it hia whole time in any case. No one else Is in Eight to fjll-th? ncsition, so it stands In abeyance for the present, j Completion of I Superintendent J, M. Cameron of the C. P. It. wrote the council -statins that .is the Jhue of complellon of 13lh St. subway was set down in Hit agree- ment as December 31, and'as it could not be completed by that time owing lo the delay In the the money lo pay Us share, the-, council I agree to fix a dale some time next ypav for tho completion of the work. The'council, however has not yet honored a signed of [be a- grceincnt. and will take no 2.cl3o.i un- til such agreement is fortncemlng. A In Figures City Weller pofnted oul a" few uiscrepancica which appeared In Ills last rc.cort c-f the cost of re- raving the two municipal Tlic amount of work done on them fi they vfpTn ordered stabled lo te fold was for tlie two, not as reported in his last letter. The letter amount Is the total repair ac- count for the whole yesr. New System of Taking Census A new departure will made in taWng tho police census this month. jThe license and police committee yest erd.iy that a census bo taken Nov. 15, but that tliTa time, of leaving printed i forms to he fllletl out by (.he heads of (he house, tho policeman should call ftnfl fill out tho necessary information 'on Hie spot, thus doing avay with a scoond call. IJnder this tnothcd. It will Impossible to tako the Cora- tion. MORRISON, M.P., FACE TRIAL CAPIM PAID UUIS.OOO.OOfl RESERVE FUNS, TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES Issued by The Canadian Bank of Commerce enable the traveller to provide himself with funds without delay at each point of his journey in a convenient yet inexpensive mannei. They are issued payable in every country in the world in denominations of S10, S50, with the equivalent in the moneys of the principal countries stated on iiie face of each cheque. They are economical, absolutely sale, self- identifying1 and easily negotiated. W. 3 -ethbridge Branch R. T. Brymner, Mgr, To The Old Home In Scotland, England and the Continent can be made at the lowest cost. Laige new steamere, Weekly sailings. Reserve ac- commodations novr, For. full information ask any railway or steamship agent, or, H. E. UDMAN, .General Agent, 349 Main St. Winnipeg, Man. Winnipeg. Nov. ting arc that the Conserva- tEvea will not contest before tho courts the -Macdonald el- ection case. Hon. Hog- ers rrlll return to Ottawa to- iilght. While he was here he had several conferences with the party leaders, and H.ls likely when the case comes to trial, November .7. Alex. Mor- rison will resign Jiis seat Fall And Wioier Excursions Berthing Lists Now Optn Attractive Sailings by Various Routes mn MONTREAL, QUEBEC, LIVERPOOL I.; MEGANTIC Nov. 8 i TEUTONIC....... LAURENTIC Nov. 15 Nov LONDON-PARIS Vu n Jill lit. Cktrtmrf Md Nov. IS Dec. 13 OFFICES 333 MAIN ST. WINNIPEG, .OR LOCAL AOENTS CHRISTMAS SAILINGS From From Portland Hallfex CANADA Nov. 29 Nov. 30 MEGANTIC Dec. 6 Dec. TEUTONIC........ Dec. 13. Dec. 14 White Star Line 20 Cedric, Dec. 4 Baltic, Deo. 11 Celtic New York, Southampton, Plymouth tons, ft long Nov. 19, Dec. 13. MAJESTIC Nov. 26. OCEANIC Dec. Hew Bcc. 12. Qusenston, Llverpoc- Nov. 18 antl Dec. 15 Arabic The and Megantlc arc largest steamers ta the Canadian Trndc und embody all the comfort! aad o' up-to-date travel, "ho Teutonic, Canada and Arabic an Ip-ffi'tl Cabin Ships on whicli passengers the beat ac- commoJatluns Second Class rates.', Comfort and economy com' blned.' Tor Hales, Other Sailings, lllustrat- lliioklols, elc., apply to nearest rull- .vay or steamship agent cr write, W. M. Mct-EOD, Canadian vVeitirn Pasjcnger Asient. Winnies LOCAL AGENTS 8..-B, MITCHELL, C. P. R. AOENT Ask about our Nino Cruises to Pan- ama (.'anal and tndtea, or Medit- erranean to tho Kivlera, Italy and'.Esypf. To Europe from Canada Direct by Ihe Old Reliable CUNARD LINE CARRYING ONE CLASS CABIN AND THIRD CLASS S. S. Andania and Alaunia Each, 13.4OO Tom. NEWEST VESSELS IN THE CANADIAN SERVICE. i' t i. From Prom IS From Mtr. 32 From Dw. D THE CUNARD STEAMSHIP CO., LTD, MM Main Strut, Wlnnlplj. A. B. MITCHELL, PHONE 612, LETHBRIDOE, ALTA. Eastern Excursions December 1st to 31st Return Limit 3 Months Stopovers east of Port William Trains Lunvc Lctlilmtlgo at 23.50. daily and 15.30 except VIA THE Canadian Pacific Railway Tlrst rcvund trip fareft from Ltthbrld lo TORONTO, HAMILTON, SARNIA, WINDSOR MONTREAL, OTTAWA, iELLt- VILLE, KINGSTON ST. JOHN, MONCTOM HALIFAX m.35 Corrcapontllng fares from other potato and to all lUlione la ONTARIO, QUEBEC AND MARITIME For bocklet of Information and full pfir- llculnrs, apply to ails' agent of the Canad- ian Pacific Hallway, Dtetmber 1 to Return limit Thr.-.e ISIAO UNITED STATES EXCURSIONS Flrtt CTiH Round Trip from Lethbrldgc MINNEAPOLIS and ST. PAUL DULUTH CHICAGO KANSAS CITY Corrctpondlng to other In ILLINOIS, MISSOURI, NEBRASKA, and WISCONSIN S. B. Mitchell, Agent, Phone 512 ;