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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, November 10, 1913 THE IiETHBRTDGB DAILY HERALD Page OF SERIES OF WINTER SOCIALS WAS' HELD ON SATURDAY NIGHT _ Tho first or a ttlnltr series of EOC- !als held OD Saturday evening under ihe nuep'cea ot Ihe United t'otnmer- ;bl Travelers, Council No. ill. T-as-a distinct success and T.ell for an iocreased interest in the aftalrs'of the co-JiicSl during the neil half year. The evening a most enjoyable a splendid pro- truin having freen arranged by ILe i-umir.lltee composed of Messrs. Yu 111, Hoyce and McKay. The fealur was (tie musical Attraction alfordct tho orchestra composed of Messrs. Porter, AIrd and tbo Misses Aird and Yuill ivho delighted an ap- pieciaihe audience ivlth their ofTer- Itiys, -Mr. Werely. a member of tha called forth round alftr loutiil of applause with comic EC- .k-clions, while Harold Cooper, iho V'fM known baritone, rendered a The Most Delicious OF ALL TEAS IS "SALADA" CEYLON TEA-BECAUSE OF ITS UNVARYING GOOD QUALITY sary to tV.c switch, but IB not absolutely certain. the incident was reported, it causod no mild in C. I1.11. circlt-s. This switch is rot, pmrled by a switch tender, and is one cl the three main sR'itcfces in the terminal. INCIDENT AT MOOSE JAW WHICH CAUSED A LOT OF EX- CITED RUMOR Moose Jaw, Sask., N'ov. S.-A ra- sensational was current m ur.coro In his own inimitable 1 i fashion. Berg is becoming B fuvorito with Ills popular selections mid drew the plaudits of the crowd. Cards were in order during the part .of Ihe evening after whidi a dainty luach was served, while a fflw of tbe members enjoyed p. coupie'or dances heforo the closing was tbe first, but It for better ones to fol- the (Xl'.W. that there is no connection, with the and foreign countries w accident nl No. 4 last Monday. It here today attlio openin hours The social 1 ?.vea the Tho council Is already at work arranging for a hard time social .to Ve lii-Id EOOIO time 'in, December wbeu Ibc travelers havo DnisheU their work for Iho The strength of the (ouncli Is approaching tbe 100 mark, i-.nU with the interest aroused by the Eoelal ventage tbns Instituted it is believed tlut the council will become ujoro of a livo organization than ever, licit last night, before mid- night, the lock- OD tie main line switch which threw N'o. 4, was brok- en. Terminal Superintendent Ilalkell stales thai lie does not maVe any connection with the previous accident and believes that, the portion ol the lock broken was due to a natural de- feel. The snitch Locks, arc sprir.R locks and it is one .oJ-the small teals MBANIS A which the spring "operates which was I Chicago, Nov. three i four thousand surgeons from this -ere reglBterei Lg ot Ibe fourth annual clinical congress of surgeons cf N'oith America. Plans for today's session Included clinics In thirty different hospitals at which from two to three hundred op- eratEons were to bo performed by Chi- cago surgeons, and a programme of aUikesEes tonight. ec-n-i F SETTLE if sell. was 'found t0 Jnd.. Nov. suli inc-swiicn, nseu, was luuuu 10 uv in perfect order and had not bse.i "ktaE receiver be appointed tampered with. The condilion ol the I for U16 Indianapolis Railway lock was discovered by a I Co aud ttat 'he lease of the com who could not make Ihe rany and the Indianapolis Traction lock catch when he closed the switch Terminal Co. be cancelled, was after his train. 'The head-end urake- j indefinitely postponed today man'beltcvcs that the key was We Handle a full line of Victrolas and up-to-date Records-kiall and hear them WRIGHT WHAT WILL YOU WORTH AT 50? Said a practical woman of this city to her husband a few days ago. I would rather go without things NOW than when we are OLD." Young men and women you might forego some notions and pleasures now and save money to have competency when you are old A few shares secured NOW in DELANY'S LIMITED Will assist wonderfully in securing the retiring allowance. Easy Terms Large Results Let Us Show You DON'T BE POOR ALWAYS CALL OR WRITE MITFORD COMPANY Thi-CUy's Leading Jeweller ._ Established 1898 'V: OUT TO-DAY NOVEMBER RECORDS The Very "Latest Dance Records and Songs are included in the lift of 10-inch Double-Sided Vidtqr Records at 90c for both Selections. VSOBSK t- ASSOCIATION ''AT- CNAN3ROOK 'SUFKERED 'BY GIVING '_' ROOMS 'Cranbtolii, U. Kov. D. C. general' superintendent ol .the Canadian Pacific railway at Cal- gcrj'l spent -'I'bursday in tbis city an.4 t inspected (lie road and shops, here. i Doting Ms stir he met the co'ramit- j tee of management of tlic Railroad Young Men's Christian Association, and among other .things wished to know why it ivas not a greater suc- cess: Members ol the1 management committee pointed ovf to Sir. 'Cole- man tliat a year 320 wlien there was a "strike, the V.M.C.A. had .housed addressed liy. E. II. ScarmntH, ol (H-1 Mrs. Chas. Magec left this on organizUg secretary ol the a moath's vacation in the east. -..-_-. Cranbrook, on Sunday, Peace Cealcuarv.' associa- tion, it was decided that.this city would be one pt the fiity Canadian centres where peace ifestivities will be held, tp criebrale- the 100' years oi peace. The proposed peaca'celebration wiil'sh'ow Europe particular, that this country 'p.nd palion to the south, with an interna- November 2, J913, to llr. arid Mrs. J. R.'Thomiisoh, a son. Kev. E.. Dunham, pastor of the Cranbrook "Methodist church, assist- ed with the'anniversary services ol that church -in1 Creston Sunday.' The regular meeting .of the Farm- a- j frs, lnstituiP, will be held in the plrt years, and would ai wen viouani) M assisted have an important iniluence in pro- Mrs Gpo Tbe saral, cause ol peace. W. B. lIcFarlane en- SuaiUy wa5 the 12th anttiversary. tertained about thirty' guests, when ol tfc> First Baptist church in Cran- a contest was held and several musi- hroqt-and was observed by. appropri- ral s-leclions rendered, and special music. Pas-j TSe Lanics' Aiiliol. Ihe Methodist tor K. 0. Kendall in Ihe spoke on "How I can make the lest .in .the hlstorj _. _ ._ ___ __ _____ In Ihe'evening a baptismal j Monday for-her new home in Nelson.' morning church met Wednesday and made iir artient leaves can male this year j presentation to one ol Iheir e history my workers, Mrs. .tlutlcdge, service was hcjil, and.the ol discourse was shall I itieo do with Jesus, who is called Christ." The special collections at- these ser- vices were for the" purpose of defray- f-Htllo 1 IA Morning in Vicloi Military Band (Ksppy Little Ciri f-llida Morrii Sumrwr !'So Long Fall! Hello Winlertime Pteileis Quarltl 174U A Little Bunch of Shamrocks Lyric Quarlel Annur Ciougli Captivating RecJ Seal List 884J9 che Incive Deir Love, Kemenber Me 87164 Love His Eves Er.rjco Cftiuso McCortnict GeciiEdine Fanar very successful j Ailc foe free copy ol OUT 300 page. Musical EncyclopiuVa. liil'ng over 5000 Victor recoldi. Call on any "Mil Mailcr't Voice" dc.ler in sny city in Canada and ho gladly play Iheafl lecotd) for you. BERLINER GRAM-0-PHONE CO., Limited MONTREAL day. Fred Pyc has rclurned to town for a lew days, and is visiting his par- fnls, An the close of-a meeting of the Loyal Orange F.odee 1871, liclil Thiirsday nighl Brc.; .1. V. Smilli enlcrlaincd tlio hrelhren jy'selcclions on thc'hatplpes, am'onsj which were " ami j "Cock ol the North." Burlnj; Ihe evening oi.c initiation to' the f.rst degree, was put on, others are ipcctcd for nrxf meeting. Ed. MallaBdainc.' of s7cnl Ihe. week-end In the city wjtn i pn friends. and Mrs. Charles K: Ward ar- _ inmc Thursday nichl Iroin their ynioc-r, spent the'lcpast and WILL BE SOME' KEEN CONTEST AND GOOD MEN ABE OFFERING FOR SALE BY Mason Risch, Ltd., Pianos 404-5th St.S., Bryan Block 17 Western Branches Phone 791 O DYSPEfSIA TABLETS tmt if Scut Vain to HT Then inly one ezrri'Utta lor tku Windermcrc, of enlhuflaslic letters that we Ma-Diu-Co recently formed 'Cra'nlroaki ccrtilnlj-6> cure Dancin; Cluh'-'lwve.talcn over Kath.'j eson's hsll fcr tfce Kinlcr, and held Iticjr first danre Thursday I Now flntirs, and new fittings throueh-! out. hcauiHal drcorat-ions and good music, .ill Mped' 16 maVe the danc'- fn'most enjoyable. The building was (ased fi its wilh. dancers, and Indications are lliat this n'sw dancing hall will of the main attractions tor Ihe winter months. It. T. jttymner, manager of the Cannilian (.'oniiticrcc in lliis city lor several )ears, ifnd at pres- cn( fillinj; lhat position .with' Ihe tellihrlilpe hranoh, spent sertral of'this week in thf city .jvitli his 'At f. held in the-city hill Ubis alien several citizens vtte Tibteti, >r.d Ihtt Is that Uitx tablcti ofrtoo iletl letter from MJM y, N.S.: Jtli'wiUi pleasure I write to tatarm titt.your Na-Dru-Co Tubk'j hire of pMt Talue to Kt. 1 Irici remedy .afltr rewtdjr but w U'.tinf; teg heird jour ublcts cnrlnx such aea a mine J to ,jive IhcM Wr Tlier utUlfctoty IB 117 ate." The Mniiik JaltMcceM of Nt.Dru.Co TnMeti issued n 'socceiM u nn hontAl Rayuioncl, Xov. the ap- proach of the December elections Interest increases and this week's velopme'ots in Ihe local political f pulE a new on the situation. F R. Itulfeen, who has acted credit ably for tho past seven years, wil be a candidate, while T.; J. O.'Brlcn Is almost sure to go to fho clcclor ale on a clear record and a.progres sire policy. Four b (elected next month, as-'Alderman Lamb has tendered his resignation o go into effect on the flrfit_ of lh' 'ear. >lr. Rives pressure o rivsle business as the reason for hi nexjiexttd' action. In an interview witli Councillo lolfsen thai Renllemah declared tba f the ratepayers wished run ic. wo.ild do so. This veteran has many friends in Ilayruond, and .now that ho has made IhlB pionouncc- ment, agreeing to go hcfore the peo- ple solely on his past record, he, Is reasonably sure of.-re-elecllon, its no man has clone 'rnoro In Raymond mu- nicipal life than he. John Powellson will reilrt. an emphatic. Ihe query of your correspondent. that there aro too many efficient men fn Raymond for one. rnan to go In for aecorfllhrto an exceptloii- iilly gtod formula, from pure 'ditots', by 'expert c'htmibta. If you are tronbtitd with yotir staiuacn fai ask OTiififgialfiabout bysptpeia Tablets, eompouniled by tbc NatloTril Chetricil Co. c[ Catildt, I.fmiltd, anrl c. t tox. North Lethbridge -SEOQ5.P AVENUE terms c.nsh, per month; Biggest snap iu city. Lots in this lieldatSoOO to. each. W. M. Gillelan 1222 3rd Ave, S. PHONE 1744 Berthing Liiti Now bitions 'and an interest In Raymond iie life, to go In and ,au economic yet ad- ralnlfctralicn. Tho returning- officer will'ie rotated at a special nesting council next Thursday evening. The ratepayers meeting will be hejtf on November. 24th, when aJI and audits will be brought down and f re- sented to citizens by Mayor. ET-- ane. The nomtcaUna are tcfceduled to be made on the nrtt Monifty In December, with the one latur. The Yotoi-81 list it row Ev- ery citizen who.believes he hail vote ehould examine'the ItsU should his name be mUftinK he ibould see that 'it 13 there. The lists now include In the of-four hundred voters. I wo. othi Girls and boys from 14 7 of aje undergo phyltctl. which lax their the and the strain is always apparent from clieelu, U4 ttrn! eruptiova W tke and the' utter bet of tbe >nd nimaljon' witb- voict tkcir ytars were filled. Budding into the dutiei o demands loirlilisctit which i? radii; ttt Hood cWpvlcltt, CBCTfy thi verv bni this ckaitiilt W i> the autrlpent fa Sbili's Smul-'. the rue froftrtitt "of cW liver oil in a prtdk getted form; fot kervmj Kith the htiJiig, ing ifUaliliel pure jljcwine. Ill neurisilur fore: lion, jieldl direct relurts rtd blood, ait nerves, mikts Jo and does it in t Mtnril atymltctt. -tt'i reasons also, therefore 1 am Out of Urn he concluded. If the vacancies-.are to he filled by acclamation two moro .meii.'are needed wilh Sir. RoUeon and -Mr, TJ O'Brien. Three other sirdns, brainy ,_------------ are needed for the school hoard. tiiat it should ijerer W j Is an excelleiit opportunity for druggist in ..imo good clllzewi, with polillcal an- u'ni ;