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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRlixiK DAILY HKRALP Saturday, November 1 1 I: I ri IN THE LI51 i White Slaver l i Gets Months Krorii Front Fai not models ot virlia. stfuscd. on Tkmsiljy iht I THE FEiLE 1 ran away Iront the hotel and Rot a The ContMt it Gctlmj Very Interesting to the Public at W.ll the house 00 4ta St.. 1st J be No Let-Up Until Alter December Over 52.000.00 it Slake this s'.tbsi A freat many people linasine "'it the f; bave a very sooJ icifa it O'.il. .1 mistake. Even after twite in the (Vr years, EH unable to foretell what a candidate Jo. That was very plainly Riri, to rkde his al the'floss of foe first period TOIICR schedule. Some ..I tte candidates to the uol'Cf. li' i-iake a fi'lrtSh" did so, and otriets S.. jusl This.angetec; ('aison, who urote a threatening cole to Ibe Madden girl. Says Killing Young it was loucd. ivlwn ht searched n later. Heifers is'Bad for Ihe. However, )te found out that Ite n future Supply i faikd lo well. It "evened" up voles. Us tlie oal; 103.300 j j 98.200 i However, no: one of tbe arllve can IB a 'manner "m leaiei the rmat result niou- in doubt than ever. One thins as ceiuib snvtliios IT-. ,r.d liist is that not one of th, candidates il. the Hi' c-at, anord to ou Ms or he, pan work. and j tl'll to lieir to tlfe best rrizfs. A coyest U eiactlj like "an not over ami! the last vote is cart. So itiKke To-jr suie itt way ic .win. MISS ROSE HAflKER. Cirtiston. Alta MR. CHAS. WESTLEY, ?17 Slh St. S................. MISS ETHEL L. RAMSAY, SL Klla'a, MISS MAYME McMAKON, Barons. Alta............. MRS. E. ARMSTRONG. 537 I3lh St. S................ MISS VERTA PICKEL. U12 6tn Ave. S.............. MS. EDGAR SAINSBUF1Y. CranbrocV, B. C........ MISS M. E. SIMPSON, Frank. Alta.................. MISS ETHEL SAUNDERS. 623 10th SL S............ MR. WALTER OBORNE, 10th St. S................ MR. GERALD DULMAGE, Bow liland. Aita MR. EDWARD READ, Pinchsr Station, Alberta SSrwM. H. H1NDLEY, Magrath. Alta.............- MISS MARY McDONALD, SUlrmore, Alia.......... MBS. L. B. SPARKS, Raymond, MRS. A. B. PIPES, 4H 5th Ave. MISS EVA.HUTT.ON, 814 MRS. O. BENSON. Diamond City, Alta.-.............. MISS FLORENCE SHAND, ISth St. MISS LAURA TELFER, Fernie, MISS JEAN PATTERSON, 650 eth St. S......................... ISAAC, Nobleforcl, ........r- MISS BESSIE BEATON, T20 10th St. MISS MAGGIE MOORE, 1731 6th Ave. S............- MISS HELEN LEE, 208 5th Ave. S............................. MISS CLARA BJORKBLAD, 1220 5th Avo. MissiME'RLE LEFFINGVyELL, Milk River; :MR. H, E. MUNROE, 9W 7tK Street Soyth........-----....----- MISS LOIS GARNER, Hill .MR. THF.qppRE POOLf, Knjppe'n. AIL-.. THE.SECOND PERIOD SCHEDULE ENDS NOVEMBER 17th ho .coraplainl that tbe fitls were meatiocei. "i he pyt on his hat. snd uent out to ialeivEeu- them. They slorv m4 Carson hiinsflf "There is not nearly so much slock ;E. country as len rears but lhe situation nill hr rtnifdied clapped LehinJ thr bars, until farmers quit- the youns I'arson convie-lerl hiniselt vhen he fcmaie stoct that one of ttc pile Mclntvre. the u'.slthy Salt !4 sioce sle came here, and lhat id sfut a 'live one.' cattleman, uho eves 1he Mc- The prisoner's defense us lhat -Inttre lanflt on th- Milt River Kidte, r.ot responsible for the "protes-j vfas in the city yesterday jiternoon sion" of the gitls, but all his tesli- I niony naly s'JuV himself dfepor in the iniiie! Tee case pfosecuttfd under the l nmendrueai to the Crim'nal Cede put 102.500 jT1 in Chief Stellon slates thai as is on one of the roads eole.-icj the I'niled States, it .follons thai il is oiore or less of a runway for wLlte slarprs. Foi this reason particular selling ofl his season's btef In discussing tlif future oi the live. stocV iadiutrt- in Suuthein Alberta he made the above, statement, ivhich. lie believes, applies to Alherta just as niucli as'ever it tiiJ to Ike United States, where, the killrns oi feyialo i is heins paid to Ihe traffic. a.J cases lwi 'will be eijosert in everr instance -.coiiwrns. thc nf nac to 0' Ihr least rests. 73.400, Mr. Wilson Not 1slofV. t -cause, it brtogs.tht tnOQei. World's Temperance Will be Otxwrvtd in City of Sunday, November 9lh, 1913 GRAND FIELD DAY Sptrial strmons in the cily churches, under.Auspices of ALBERTA TEMPERANCE AND MORAL, REFORM LEAGUE BE PRESENT AT YOUR OWN CHURCH SERVICE Mass Meeting in Afternoon IN Y. M. C. A, AUDITORIUM AT 4.15 P. M. A. Eslcr.'Calgarv. Alberla; Rev. K. Ciolil, associate secretary AI- bei la Temperance and Moral Reform Lcnfiuc. Special Music provided. Collection on iK-balf of the league if umls. All cnnlially.iiiviti'iUFor program of speakers see another column.-W.F. (iOLD, Associate Secretary-'' CHURCH1 SERVICES ST. AUGUSTIN'S CHURCH Corner 'Second Ave. acd Eighth St. j 65.000 f system of i Ihe Quitting .the Figh frotn front raze! Rev. Canon rector, and big ths Matins il a.mi Holy Communion ev- i whole story. It applies io-Alberta Siiaday raotning at- S a.m. and las it applies elsewhere. lhe scrvice m the heifer is, worth as much now zs aifitit Sunday of the rnoath. Evensong four-yeaMld steer''was trmlh seven eijhl years ago'.-'acd is nioresale- able. 1 50.000 ia'joo .33.000 opinion seems "'stock Us fine raase io b; that rot only the city's system i and its steadily' incVeasiti? acres of or accounting but the affix senerally .alfalfa. badiy-needs to be. rMrganiied'and Ol; over-produclton, I expe.H- general opinion is not .'rar >lr- Milntyre. vras .....N'ot ior-a" good many years. 7.30 school 1C a.m. 'I ST. MARY'S CIlURCH-Re-v. C. H. Popbaiii, rector. Holy communion every Sunday at 6 a.m. Matins 11 K.rrj. 3 Sunday school. Evenr-ong berta'ouglit to a leader in live. paj Eucharist'oh the "What