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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 6, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 HERALD Thursday, Xovemlier 19115 RE fffl Ml PE GOVERNMENT Contains you Havs th.t "Languid" Feeling. After Work. a ShorJ but Not More Than a Second Schedule Ptriod Lull Only Two from Lnt Monday hard at wort. There is only one to .he case are SU1I aw mart. ProMW.v a Jew ot these arfo t t o a didn't Watch the MDM Saturday. Lisbte to be a Ecatt. and probaMy they :ermeat." M US. E. .ARMSTRONG, 937 13th SL M1IS BMS1E 31. S......................... MISS C1.ARA IJORKBLAD, 1220 5lh MRS. 0. 1ENSON, Diamond City, Alti. lew Alti 52'3W Alta. 2S.S30 es.mo MR. OERAUD DULMAGE MIM LOIS OARNER, Hill Sprint, u oof MH. H. HINDLIY, Majrath, AIU......................... M'uua MIM IVA MUTTON, Avt. MIM H04I HAHKEK, Card.ton, AIU MR. AHa........'... MIM LIS, )th AY.. S.................. Mim-E LIFFINaWELL, Milk nlvlr, Alta.... MAQOH MOORE, 1731 ith Avt. S............ Mlk H. MUNHOIi M7 7th StrMl SeutS McMAHOH, iaroni. Art............. MARY MeDONALD, lUlrmori, Alti........ MA. WAtTM OSORNE, St. S.............. JBAH PATTIMON, 6th MIM VIRTA P10KIL, U12 Sth Ave. S......j...... S................, MR. THEODORE POOLS, Alta........ MR, SBWARD MAD, Wncher St.liJn, Albert. Mitt BTHiL L. RAMSAY, 3L Kl'ldi, Alta........ t'. I. SPARKS, Raymond. Alta.............. MIM ETHILSAUNOERB, 10th St. S.......... M.'Si IIMP80N, Frank, "MISS FLORBNOE 343 19th St. N........ MR. EDGAR B. C...... MISS LAURA TELFER, FtrnU, B.C............. MR. WEtTLEY, 917 St. S........-..... THE SECOND PERIOD SCHEDULE ENDS NOVEMBER 17th BUT THE CONTEST DOES NOT CLOSE UNTIL DECEMBER 1st Operating Between Hudson's Bay and the Crws-Al- lantic Ports Mtn.. Nor, Henry L- Klce. of Si. Mary's Oat. chairman of the frt'ixlit comniillte of the Domin- ion atsocIiUon. bu muni- ed from a trip of Inspection at and alone ihe lite of the contraction of the Hudson's Bay Railway, thor- oughly coavincod of iba eventual Iw- of ibit route, and of .the rom- merclal future o! LePis IE a Port Nel- son. Bui he believes thH full advan- tage cannot be obtained unless the Dominion government tabes a band in the n-ftter end of the route. He be- lieves that the North Atlantic ship- pint Pool. Tvhlch has vast sums la- vested in wharves ana terminals on Iho St. Maritime England r.Ul till the 'Hud- son's bay route by high rates and poor service, unless ih? government be- comes a factor in the situation, either by owning or chartering a direct line of Its OTVDj or by subsidies to private CLARKE GO. The Ladies' Store Phon. 453 BUdt Saturday Bargains Friday AND Of Particular jrtance Prices1 Tell, and These are Telling Prices. We make it -worth while to supply all needs here Friday and Saturday, with a host of .values absolutely unsurpassed week-end Trill anolhar of oppor the most imitorlunt yel, nuiii 'Me vlow-poinl of slie. and charncter ol the splendid economies ire urgently invite every woman In .Isthbrtdne to share In tie extraordinary coacewlous you fan take icvunuige of every hour o( ttie and until me doors close at leu o'clock on Saturday Blant. THESE' WEEKEND SALES ARE GROWING WONDERFULLY IN IMPORTANCE FBOM WEEK TO WEEK; EVERY EVENT OF THE KIND ADDS TO THE SUCCESS OF THE NEXT .ONE, WHICH IS PRETTY CONCLUSIVE EVIDENCE THAT BARGAINS WHICH UP TO THE STANDARD OF THIS STORE ARE -THE "B ETTER-THAN-USUAL" KIND AND PRESENT SAVING PROPOS- ITIONS BIG ENOUGH TO APPEAL MOST STRONGLY TO ECONOMICAL WOMEN EVERYWHERE. WE'RE OUT FOR A BID TWO DAYS' SELLtNG.AND THESE PRICE TELL THE STORY OF HOW WE INTEND TO GET IT. READ EVERY ITEM CAREFULLY INCREASE AS YOU READ DOWN THE PAGE. 5'OW shipping concerns willing ip take their bottoms into Hudson's Bay. This view Mr. Hlce already brougbt to ihe attention of Hon. Frauk Cocbrane, Jflnister of Rail- ways, In the course of. an Interview oa bcbalf of bis association. He now jew further, declaring that if. tbe Jarmers of western Canada are to git full beae.'U of the short .route, they should agitate at oace for tbe es'Jib- of a government owned steamship line between Port XolsoD and LiTerpool. He opcositioa to the Hud- son's Bay Railway has completely dis- j appeared in eastern- Cauacla, thougn j naturally interests of the Great Lakes view the proiress of the! project with scene alarra, but are coming round to the belief that the will supply lots of liuEiaese for bolh routes. Lateila Guilty of Attempted Murder from tiomt yards iwiv for sptndics of May 23 at her house: _ In by ihe SECRETARY OF INTERIOR FOR THE PHILIPPINES Wasliington, D.C., NOT. T. essistant attorcfiT-gener- al In the departmcDt of, justice, and a native of Portlapd. 3Ie., has'betn' se; lected For Secretarr-of the' interioi lor the His corn initiou Is ejpectcd to go !o the Sea ate SDOIJ. S Mr. DenalsoD is forty graduated Irom Harvard, tcllinE a policcn-.aa 1hit prorainent in'the soremmeiit pVoseou. Litdla left carls', but after r.eamg of. the-arrest she advai.ced the hour to i The latter story was the i truth. Sarwno, (lie Ilardieville bar- DR. FARQ.UHARSON RESIGNS Durhain, Out.. "Nov! ter, gave evidence to the enect that fouileen years htlp. He deoied tflltag some oae- that Lumcard, while in tic Gait hospital, tcr of lte preaoyterlari cinircli here, 'not Lateila who attacied (told Kim that he vvasc't sure it was hss on-rag to ili-henllh. ici denied laving otce stabneit him, hut he- ________ tempted to cut his ojra throat, u.4 lUo tilt If- was alriid of a mu in BliinxoK. R.SAV-M.r., called, didn't lite the man and would sweir agalr.sl Lim an) way. An Italian who once roofed vrith Lumbard told ol preventing Lumbard OAKV1LLE TOWN HALL BURNS 'Oakiille, Ont, N'ov. town" hall was completely destroyed by fire this mining. Tjie building was erected !n-18C.S. The erpunds of 3 piece of stoel taken' Irom cutting his throat with a taior. tie tut in.Lumbard's face. The night jue was assisted by the man at whcse- -was "pretty dari." He louse they roomed. Witness also re- rjakville RoTvlfbj the artOTtcd.'Lattlla at 2 a.m., the a jara that Lunltard told him 7enni5 wMcli 'adjoins the loin owl on his way home Irom the of'a man at BlAirmore or.ce having bouo :ol' >ln. Evangelista. tom.iried lo cut his face a rajor. I o[ who Wt'a. pool room on) Lurr.bjrd cilltd by the croa'n nigit b with Lumbard, iutatloD, stated emphatically that