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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 10, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE JIERAUl Mumliiy, November 10, 1913 era n ONE SHOT DEAD ANOTHER ES- CAPED CREMATION BY TIMELY APPEARANCE OF POLICE St. John, X.B, -Vot. lO.-On? boy Vas shot dead and another narrowlj es- caped betas b'jrnwi to de.ith yesterdaj- ty companions wfio ircre re-caicllo? fame o! the thrilling scenes ttc-y had In the moving piclurtE. Joseph CaplQS. aeeJ fourteen, was killed by- a hiillet from a rJJl? is the bonus of Arthur Dor.QTan. 2 Must Either Get Cash or Dis- band lli 2 Starving Army Athrc5, N'ov. soctiueat isr PRICES Money Stringency .Was to Blame Says the Live Stock Com- missioner. EUmuuton. Nov. live stock as re- coirmiiESloner for Alberta. here is rnore anxious as it- iur twelve, wlilleihc two were of the f.rfco-Turk- sieveuVIn bis 'annual' report to the-! R west'1 scene in a lonely negotiations. H is remarked that, Department of Agriculture. EtMesj gro'Jcil for asrcwarnt vasHhat there was oattida the city. An will .In !he other case a fatality wMpre- vented by the tlmplj- arrival of a po- counlon g a decline IB I price a ajo. but Tuikfy! of hows partly account- or educed to'cj for- by the" financial' Etrinscncy sj tl_f cl last, WDich; oroashl alwut a reduction do _ _ lice Etrsfahi. attracted by. ihe (i e govrmtnents were in union, fib. deaiund for wort horses wing o! of boys on the 6'jtskiits Turl.s ,jeiayCli ihirlv to curtailment. of o! tho city, and he Just in te-oper.eil the ivuo'.c tions ra11waj. time to save oae of- number. In i ttiis also ihe boys were Imliattag i n picture they bail wimessed'In the icoving an3 In the roles of blood Inirsty Indians.had. tied one of 1.', 4 f if their number to a stake to be burned allvp. To mate the pictures more re- alistic, tbey piled straw and brush liaiited, and was poised to st-ut the flames the 'policeman arrived. Both tfce Greek and Turkish armies are on h war UK.itip.j- Oieece _ main- tains n full army force in Uaeedon- ia, including the navy expending a month. Tnrr? is not i penny in the treasury. Yesterday tteinier M- Vcaizelos _.o-dnd the stake, ami then, the government reached the away by their enthusiasm, were about [asreeuient 4hat il Tutley still re- to set fire to the pile. The match was tused to stan-the agreement Greece would declare war on ibe Turkish army still in Macedonia. Greece is powerless to face tho present sii'unt-'on ir.denniiely. Neither the government of France nor that RAILROADERS ON STRIKE oi "Vancouver, B.C., Nov. vacce aur hnndred for l allow bar.kers to ad- to Welch Greece. H Uie army tloes not fight Ste-a-art. on the Pacific Great Eastern I at. OIKe. it must be disbanded or. lace between Newport and ytarvation. B.C., hare gone oc strike. Tbe s called by the 1. W. for an eight hourOay and higher wages, as Veil as by war of.rrotest ar the'jail sentences1, of the riothig miners of The Turks have COD in liclgium and Unitarians in AusCcia. However, B-jl- garla caa't raise hertiead for the mompnt r-r put any impcr.tant force into "the field. The Greet army is short ot- food, clothing and great misery A real crisis is im- minent. "Any false, upon the Part If He Did Not Drink mum .are sood and vons and fathers In everv-way except the haML drinking. They have be- come so; badly poisoned vrlth alcohol they cannot stop drinking. The. result Is unhappicess and poverty for wito arid family. EccburaEe them to .taVe the-Xeai Drink Haoit Treatment. .The. NeaV.Treatment remove the and.; neces sltyr f or U H nk In -..tlireG, ol bypo- or-call the of Greece cnlr the tanas of .hfr eriemies in the Orienl. FOR''" THE MEDlTtRKANEAX -SERVICE Paris, N'or. A'Touloa despatch to iais> the British squad- ron consisiin'i; ol warshfps --_. _____.. construction and mu-j :cipal use. of i the truck and the] steaDi and gasoline tractors are also! iven as reasons for the decline in I if jirlce of flesh. ''Although the prices in the market are still somewhat lower', than they a year says the l.'vestock eom.iifsEioaer, "Ibey aroi still stiniciently high to yield to the-' fanner and rancher a (air vroSt over th? cost of ConJitions have -teen favorable during the year to the" growing of caittc. Prices have ruled high, as much as cents being paid for a few choice lots of ivintfr feed stuff. There v.ere uo epidemics among cat- tle lo ihe province. In order to pro- vide for stock growers c( the prov- ince the greatest protection loss from stealing.' the department now maintains stock in- spector at the three central points "here Alberta cattle are received' In large numbers: Edmonton, Calgary and Kamlqopa, B. C. Favorable cocfiitioas .were reported surrounding the sheep industry dur- ing the-year. during the win- tc-r-months vere escsptloaally Email, .while, the percentage of. Iambs saved i was unusually high. On the ranges I the lamb crop amounted in many] cases to 95 per cent of. the ewe nerd; and among farm flocks to 125 to 115 CLARKE GO. The Ladies' Store 453 Block Tuesday Bargains Extraordinary A rousing list of newest niovi'lmmliso that you need right now for present and Christinas use, on snlei'or this Tuesday bargain day at prices representing savings of one-third to less than regular selling ..vjilues. AND WHEN YOU CONSIDER THAT ALL LINES INCLUDED ARE OF THE HIGH STANDARD OF QUALITY OF MERCHANDISE SHOWN HERE AND THAT OUR UNUSUAL BUYING FACIL- US TO SECURE THE VERY BEST OBTAINABLE VALUES TO BE HAD IN THE OPEN MARKET, YOU CAN READILY UNDERSTAND THAT ECONOMIES SUCH AS THESE REP- RESENT. ACTUAL SAVINGS WITHOUT THE. NEED OF THE ATTACHMENT OF FICTITIOUS VALUES.OR EXAGGERATED STATEMENTS. REGULAR PRICES HERE ARE REMARKABLY LOWER THAN SIMILAR GOODS ARE MARKED IN OTHER STORES AND-: REDUCTIONS FOR THIS TUESDAY BARGAIN DAY ARE EXACTLY AS STATED HERE. Tuesday Hand'k'f Sale 2 for 25c Tuesday Toweling Sale 35c WORTH UP TO 35c EACH, Values such as these conM not be possible wore it not lor the fortunate purchase o! a remarkably cheap bargain loL at a discount of fifty por cent 011 reeiilar price, 1 All arc of first quality, fine Swiss embroidered goods, In beautiful and elaborate designs, scalloped or hemstitchsd edges and wonderfully cheap at tomorrow's price, 2 for 25c. 50c GUEST TOWELLING This Is th'e popular 1C laclt wlilth, so much in demand rlfiM now, and qualities (uclmic-'i are without exception the finest lu pure linen goods we have .ever had to show. Three pieces of choose from In plain weaves or neat spoil, floral and handsome one very pure linen, splendid weight and the best value ever featured at the price, 35c. Ribbon Sale Wcrih up to 35c. Pure Sik six Indies wide, splen- did Qhe'qualUios shown lii colors shy, pinfe, old rose, reseda, yellow, navy, and black. Tuesday Bargain.............. Cushion Sale 65c Regular Value A collection pl.verj' newest designs In tapestry anil burlap" tops hand embroidered in various conventional do-. signs. .AH made up with'plain back, at- tached ready for llic 'filling; Tuesday Bargain................ Table Napkins 51.45 Regular 12.00 ValUe Pure linen, splendid quality Xa lieniraed and ready (or use. shown in. 21 x 21, In very pretty floral and scroll designs as well as spots. qualities that afa salted to hotel and restaurant 11 use. .Tuesday bargain Tuesday Coat and Suit Sale Tuesday Underskirt Sale Worth.up to 525.00 Wonderfully cheap garments of the .very newe-si. styles obtAlo- aWe, greatly re'duced for this onenla'y sdc-.'. arelieavy blanhc-t. clotfcs and diagonal.boucies, greys, browns, tan.E.v.'d 1-llck. ,THE are navy cheviots and serges .and tweeds in light and medium colorti'-'Fridnj' Bargain Y.......1..........-.-----....... Worth up to Tills Tuesday.Uargain lot'includes dock of high-grade Underskirts in Silks, Satins, and Silk Moreens In a lovely ranse ol coIorB. including navr, urown, sky, pink, cardinal, grey, and black. All cut in moderately narrow .ividlh to conform to present, Btylee. ..Tuesday Lancaster and comraaudri rer-cent.' The wool.clips averazed a by Rtat: AJiiiral CradJock, has ar- lime morer th'an eight, pounds, pcf rivctl. The, minister (ji marine: has, i S20 13th Calgary Phone W. 4525 rcn is due'lo arrive'at Toulon- De- cemncr S, comprising. 13 battlesiips and cniisers jr.1 1J destroyers.- The ships are the Mediter- raoean station. Dr.. Donald Ross, Ike Cist beatf c! Faculty since its ssparalioQ from the univer- sity, was instaneJ as principle ol tie college. ittained br loe jccause or the la'rse importations of BQ mutton carcaEses from Aus; raiia and New Zealand.... _ Interest in the sheep industry is MONEY BACK GROCERY "Satisfaction Or Your Money Back" is our motto Potatoes CreSmerr Butter; 75s Freth Esss, 2 doz.........75c (per co mb) 30c. 'Xsparatua Tipei tin 3pc .Lard, 3Ib Bovril, 7Sc and Cresco Ont. Cueesb, per 23cl Cake, per Ira ported Blscitlta, It; Clover Salmon, 1 I Cheese 35c. 35c Sdckeyc' Salmon %t -two for (ins. 25c. I Cprri, Pea-i, and.-Beans, 2 "for 25c "flrce 15c Eating'and CcokiQ'g Apples. bolt................ J2.25 -i J.C.C. 'for 25c. 'f BREAKFAST FOODS .'orri Z for........25c 'Wheat.' 2 for 25c Puff. Wheat 2 for....... 25c. 20c. Force, per pkt........... ipc. I'o3t Toasties pkl........ 10c. Orders Called for and Delivered Same Day CENTRAL CASH GROCERY A. E. KINNW.R, PROPRIETOR Qittrt Sint C. O .D. Phone 1657.-' 612 7th Street South. Have you ever tried' our Milk and KNOWN AS THE MOST MOD- .ERN.IN THE PROVINCE. wortb 'a test to fiiid out where you can get the highest quality-Milk and the best. service! ASK ABOUT US. MuoaUon for-.X'ardston dlsrnc lamia nave PlJKt.' lveei vanccd. slightlr in Bympathv wlth .ot and prices, tat.-th'W prteci prevented from rising to the heights.for SWE8 EausfaGlion.- 13 eid and prices re; rom _. Prices of slieep and' lamta have aO V "rf board -fo.prtmds ac- a" scarcity of and bear. McEsrs. and Daniel- son will-stay a week" longtr. Roy Hoae, Lawrence Drown) A. T. ''Hensbn and -Frank in Ma'grath -oa Friday jht pUylng for a'dauce'tbcre; The IE ,becomlcg pop-' ular .away from" home well .'as in the Temple City. FIGHT AT MONARCH Monarch, Kov. A man n the increase'" throu'ghont the ll-' cdoimodattoh; As-'ll- Is-, two buildings' Dazell was, arrested bere yesterday, outalda of'lhe schooJ-rropfiT are -bu- 1 altemptcd murder. -He Ranchers are that a large area town la Macleod barracks, whore he> await, .strict, and ihe board preliminary hearing. is farmer, and In .a heated argu- rather I a matter of enl'argiiig the school LL'Ia allege'd-tliftl be beat his OIK Jicir" herds, while grain .misers Jt thal' a area of taken to tft_Q armers .are bsginulng to realize the; country. of to; alue of sheep as." soil1 packers school dis desiroyera and "arc" employing] wtsh to "have" It added- to Cardston. bem on their summer fallows. The] A commitjce. composed of Messrs In ihe. number of sheep .ini Rurt was appointed to this year" as connrared Tith confer "with local mem- ,t year will be 'about twenty-fire ber> a, view "of. bavlng change made. At Uie bazaar held. in the Palace theatre .on Friday last under the a us inc will, in the course- of a few years I nicea of the LaUIes Aid of 31. An- jtcome the premier livestock drew's Presbyterian -church, nearly n try of the The hogs mar- hundred dollars was realized. kftled in 1913 will abuble the nwnbcr supper arid lunch .were acd cent. "There are many adds .he commissioner, "trial swine grow- marketed in Reports from L-pth Edmonloii and" .Calgary that tbe number of hoga marketed the first hali ot tbc pfesent year exceed by several thousand the number "received during year of ,1913." The livestock shipping regulations advocated '.by tiie department since ifflO now voluntarily ac- cepted by the railway companies and iriitmctiotis'Fent (o the operatlngand to have them ob- and tancy work sold. Dr. C. hptne'from a trip Into tho Soudi1 Kootenai FSEE after big game. The "doctor reports on Battlefield (Conlinurd From Fiout leaves family of sir eons and (wo daughters.- The sons are Thomas, Ilarry, Abraham and George, living at Coutts; Joseph, -Iking bridge, and King, living In. Manitoba. The (laughters are Mrs. P. Zi." Buck- ley, of Sweet Grass, and Miss Kate, home. The lime that ilr. Ten nut was prominent In vas on tiic occasion of the JJuka of tEsh Army .served well lo give him a thorough sense, or, tnew nien with the best'of-them'. An honest man had nothing to fear'fromj when ho marched with the vet-- Henry Tenr.ant! He" had a. large' erans. and was prlvlIeRed to hare a ranch near_Cp'-ilts, in-which he vras chat with HIB Koyal Highness ahout aasocla.ted'with his sons. old timen In tho array. Mr, Tennant was-one of the first the sL Patrick's church, IT. Hoss, ol London, charg- Lethbridge, .when Rfiv. .Father Vanjed wjth higamy after bi.s.msrriagc to Tlghlem was slationcd here. He wasia has been releaEed on married twice, Ihe second wife pre- J2.000 to await-trial in Dccem- (leceasJng'nlm three, years ago. He1 her. .t AROUND WORLD WITH'C. P. There am many around t world, liui JuRt art all roads in the! days of the Komap Kmpire. ltd to] Rome, to all thft routes around the world Jtad lo Canada and the Can- adian Pacific, Von niay the circuit by P. k. O. or the Orient Line or Austrian f.loyd, or IVD. L. j or half (1io j Journey Is on tho twcfre' tbouJrand i mile slrelcb of Ihe C. P. R. ar.d that twelve 'thousand mlics Is i the moat wonderful and fascinating. of all. It [he Canadian UocV- i lea and the golden Canadian prairies. I it takes yon eaatbo'jnd or westbound by such ycEEPls ns I grand nyw C. P. Ihe "Km- fvreSs of Russia" 'and "HmprcEa of wljosc equipment and luxur- lo'js comfort are the fallt of those wlio "go down lo the eea in Mavc you been aroiu.d thn world? M not, why not? U Is really so Fimple a journey to Write, cal! or Iihone for tjartlcubia to..S. H, Mit- chell, ticket C. P, Rf Lctb- bridge. WILL PROSECUTE THE; LAWYERS SL Petersburg. of Appeals has tion of o'ne hundred find birs of the Pctmbiirg elation, who tipped ihe protest against -the JMliirt iriAl. i'- -t Photographs As Xmas koap tho recollections more vivid, ond coaifort many a lonely hour oE separation. Our studio 13 cxcepllonally equipped for Dn0 portrait -n-ort. Sco our Are tight pictures In show case. MaVc on appoinlmcnt today. Allison The .Photographer In'.Your Town _ BALMORAL KLOCK LETHBIHDGE tivo'.anrt Willie I'olUin! iniThf Uisl al ilic Mnjcstic INFORMATION BLANK Herald Subscription Campaign Department Phono 13-'I4, P.O. Alto. OFFICE IN ACAOIA BLOCK 'I am interested in the Herald's Cash Prize Competition, and would be glad (o have you send me a, jew supplies and further information NAM ;