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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 11, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, November 11, T1IH LKT1IBKIDC3E DAILY HERALD I'uge 5 Fall And Winter Excursions Berthing Lists Now Open Attractive Sailings by Various Routes W.Ti SIM DDHIHIDN HHE MONTREAL, QUEBEC, LIVERPOOL TEUTONIC is Nov. 22 CHRISTMAS SAILINGS From From Portland Halifax CANADA.........Nov. 29 Nov. 30 MEGANTIC Dec. 6 Dec. 7 TEUTONIC 13 Dec. Ci I i. NEW YORK White.btar Line LIVERPOOL Nov. -JO, Cedric, Dec. 4. Baltic, Uoc. 11 Celtic New Southampton, Plymouth tons. 8321'2 II. long Nov. 19 and Dec. 13. MAJESTIC Nov. 20. OCEANIC, Dec. t New York, Doe. 12 Boston, Queenslon, Liverpool Xov IS ami Dec. 15 Arabic Tlie Laurentb and Megantlc arc Ihe M LISI IS Ml "ME1 THE NAMES OF ALL THE NOM-WOP.KERS HAVE BEEN DROPPED, LEAVING TWENTY.SIX IN THE HAVE PASSED 1CC.OOO VOTES EACH. wortera lu the Hernld's The foltowiug are Ike names of all the acliv subscrU'tloa'coinpelHion. Sul-tcriters of tho HcralO. Iho real poss'cr In Ilibi contest, may tal'.e tbeir as It tasts iiolhbg extra to help a candidate, tfco remalntps thrift of the contest will likely iirovc very exciting. The manager of iliis affair lilts viewed'from the Ins'.Oe jll lorirer contacts coadiitlcd on Hie Herald, but for evnnjMb .iu strength al this.stage tho present ronil'tMlllon surpasses the by a Tho -.vork done' from now until the tloso of the content will be Iho doclding factor for onlytlif larjcr [.rlze, bat the ones low In thu tlst are on j'ist as uncertain basis.. Work! Tlic period of contest closes next Jlonday after which i That is Charge Laid Against George Noble of Medicine Hat SayeYour Health Most Bifrkneosea that impair health have their atari in quite ordinary ailments of the organs of diges- tion or elimination. Stomach, liver, kidneys, and bowels are quickly benefited by tho action o{ BEECHAM'S PILLS MR. HARMER SAYS GOVERNMENT IS NOT NEGOTIATING WITH WESTERN UNION HIS BLADDER-WAS TEB8IBLYJNFLAMEQ GIH PILLS Bicu'ht Mil the Typewriter company's loflicc for a portion as a stenograph- i 'rr. Xo (race o! tie Kii) has Urn lo LarJer Laie. Out., March "J had l-ten for time wilh Kidneys and Urine. I passing u-ater, which was very sc.inty, soxelimes as many J tiiiity Lcnri a day. Eich lime the pain ,.r, was soaitttiug and ao rest at Edmonton, Alta.. Nov. cisht. Is abbolutcly no Uulb lu the stale-. cj yo-ar CIS FILLS meat rCKaiTlhig ti.e Union, dccidtj lo Rive them a trial at once. lilcBrupts In licsullailons -.vith: fo ?''.1" to gorernmtin toiepSoue te- to rcfoi.-n you that ia i found skce October 21. A Irtter our-i'" lines with Tie the less tluuMX hours, I fill relief. In two days, the pain had left ma cnlirtly. 1 looV about half a bos saj porting to have beer, received (roiili'n ln conj.'iiclioa the 1 as r.cll as her in Toronto was located, but dccl.'rcd J. Harm-. iwilire are nnt i> :nI MIO I w, of railways ar.d SID CASTLEMAN. as aaylh but an allOirat.tn thrn-.v I leltphones today. O1X PILLS soothe the irritilfd Ihi oil Uif trail, as the i "The story oiiparer.tly i tii-al ilic painful dali largest staauiers in the Canadian Trade and embody all Hie comforts and luxuries oE up-to-ila'.o travel. Tlie Teutonic, Canada and Arable ale tonr.ed Cabin, Shlpz on which pasaengerE havo tho best ic-1 ci'minodaUohj al Second Ckiss rales. economj- For ratee, Olliev Illuslrut-d .MouVlolSj etc., apuly to nearest i-ail- or steamship agent or yriitc. M. McLEOO, Canadian Western Agent 333 Mair. SI Wtnnipsg LOCAL AGENTS 6 B. MITCHELL, C. P. R. AGENT AEli iiijout our Nine Crr.ises lo Pan- ama (Jasial and or Medit- erranean Cruises to the Riviera, Itnly time tin) value o! eubscriiillons will lie again reduced. THE WHITE vSTAR LINENS' QIV LONDON-PARIS Nov. 15 Dec. 13 OFFICES 333 MAIN ST. WINNIPEG, OR LOCAL AGENTS A FEW PROFITABLE "DON'TS" DON'T use- all your canvassing lime mailing after rcner.al su'jsc.-iiuion paynietits. Get all you can, of course, but some of that good energy lurped toivard new bjalucEa will profit yo'j greatly. DON'T licllevo dial other cauJlOales get voles without cflort, v.-hlle you have lo work hard lor your votes." Ixstlera from and Interviews wilh candidates ioii't back up sucli an oplniun. DON'T nm away to new fields until you have el'.licr exbauslerl or at least inada yourself at homo. N'o matter how well you bare dose at home, (here's more, (o be gotten. Distant pastures looi green, but "when yon get on the ground, you are often doom- ed lo disappointment. DON'T forget that tho second period vote schedule ends next Monday night, and that the same conditions in regard to getting the high vole will prevail as was in force at the close of the first period, namely: Oltv candidates ra'ay turn In subscrilitlons up to aloul 10 o'clock Monday night and outside territory candidates may mail tlielr last night- up lo midnight Monday night. DO.X'T fail to do'as well as you did at the end of the first period schedule and better If you can. None of the prizes are cinched at this stage of-tho contest. Medic ne Uat, Xnv. pro- mises lo Le gne '.he tiooal with wtiich Ifcc po- IJke baic had to deal lur some time of George -Noble, i Uar.k cl Coni- mcict Ittre, L-haigcd with procuring a 28. [and ligatlon Kailivay it was" Co., ot Canada, Uiuilcd.'l'oronta 179 old ihe daughter. The evidence o! the parents of the laku over by Uie Canadian I'aclfic.j of respectable parrnls in this girl was in tl.c ctiurl rn The operittois, wio arc pro------------------------------------------------ (or immoral purposes. d.-y. ?K u-Hl as thai of pltl kieml j rcsiing agair.sl the company oper.itiDg Xoble was betore the pol- who saw her al ihe station en the t in Alberta unlers they esteUfsh a i ice magistrate on ar.J sim- night yf her dUaiipparai.ee. ilar charges are pending against his-------------------------r and Andrew, of GIRL IS LOCATED Winnipeg. The case in Ihe local pol-: -Medicine Hat, Alia.. NOT. ice court was Eor a week to last night ivord was received here enable the prosecution to secure wit- that the girl alleged fo have been nesses from Winnipeg. Chiel Bruce lured away from home here by Gporge .has communicated wilh tte suthori- N'oble and his brothers, had been lo- In Winnipeg, ar.d the brothers oi caled In Winnipeg, and is being !lhe accused, it is slated, will be put brought home. The brothers will be 1 ur.der arrest and brought heif to brought as testify, The whoic naT.e is be-; 'ing withheld for cbvi-jus reasons, has been fnissfng from the city since the night of October 1C. On tbat occa- sion she leit in' company with Grorgc N'obte, the accused, to go to a dance. Alter the dance, a lady frienil of the MISS VERTA PICKEL. 1312ftth-Avc. S........i.......-........ 129.209 Sirl her at the railway station, and m conversing with hc-r MR. CHAS. WESTLEY, 8th St. S........................... vas she was "not going MRS. E. ARMSTRONG, 937 13lh St. B.'......................... gotoi MIBS MARY MCDONALD. AIU..................... L 110300 WI8S ROSE HAHKER, C.rd.ton, Alii MR. WM. H. HINDUEY, Magrath, AIU........... MISS MAYME McMAHON, Barcni, Alta......... MR. EDGAR SAINSBURY, Crjnbrook, B. C. MR. WALTER St. S...........: MISS ETHEL L! RAMSAY, 31. Klldi, AIU MISS M. E. SIMPSON, Frink, MH. EDWARD READ, Plnchcr Stltion, Alberta MISS ETHEL SAUNDERS, 623 10th St. S J At 3'o'clock niorning the girl 'not having returned, to her Isucne, htr pareiits became alarmedr and went'lo SCHEME TO GAS THOUS- ANDS OF MILES TO SERVE WESTERN CITIES oaigar's.. Alia., Nov. ll.-A gisanlic _ scale and abolish their ntet have no (ear at all, for so far as is known there is oti mot'e on the rart of the WCEILVD l-nioa ;ragraiihe toward Albcria." BIHSNESrCB. OBI SHonor Roll for Westminster School The Honor Roll for echool Tr.r Octobtr, was as follows: Requirements: -JO per cect. per Bub- t Ject, and per tent, ot total marks. Vancouver, Nov. tirades VIII. am! VII.: per Xest I'ass Coal coTiii'aiiy of Kernis.-and 50 rer cent. lost two cases ?n the supreme court Gvade M.itson. M. Kerr, today. The actions arose out oi tbc i C. M. English, A. Lakie land slide that too1: place in DCCC-TR-.! Grade WaUon. Lcr last year, and January 13 of this year when a number of men were! killed and a man named Culshaw was I C. Jennings, Princl- Walton, 62 per Jtl f' ip. a number of the cilies of "Western Canada. Is being promoted.by Eugcoe Coste. president jj] home after the rri r ;cale the girl, and accompanied her Calgary, and T. A McAulcy. parents io several places ar'ound the' of 'If. Ca Eilr-" Gas Is city in in effort to find her. No trace' ambition to pipe gas to all the of- tlie gill was found, n'owEcer. and clt1eB from the to the pol- ice. With their aid, it was found that .MRS. L. B. SPARKS, Raymond, :WR. GERALD DULMAOE, Bow lilind. Alia 'MRS. A. B. PIPES, 414 5th Ave. S. 1.1183 JEAN PATTERSON, 6iO 6th St. S..... HISS EVA HUTTON, 814 6th Ave. S........ HISS FLORENCE SHAND, 343 !9th St. MISS LAURA TELFER, Fernic, B.C. To The Old Home In and. tho r Continent can'bt a.t the lowtst cott. Large new alc-aniers. Weekly saUIngg. Uegerro ac- coaiTnqdatlong now. For full loforrnation ask aay railway or steamship agent, or, H. E, LIDMAN, Genora> Agent, 349 Main'St. Winnipeg, Man. N..................... ........J..............' MISS BESSIE BEATON, 720 10th St. MRS. O.'H. BENSON, Dfamond City, MR, WM, ISAAC, Noblifprd, Alta, MISS MAGGIE'MOORE, 1731 6th Ave- s........................ MISS HELEN LEE, 20C 5th Avt. MI33 CLARA BJORKBLAD, 1220 5lh Ave. THE SECOND PERIOD SCHEDULE ENDS NOVEMBER Uth BUT THE CONTEST DOES NOT CLOSE UNTIL DECEMBER lit W. Jlallen.- pal firadc seriously injured. In or.c CASC the, cent, judge took the case from'the jury] Flinn, 75; and llic court..o! appeals ordered a Dunswortli, C5- William Payne, C6: new trial. In the other case a Cecil BateE, Eva 1'earsou, H. Bruce. Grade Jlj'ers, Hurjn Mac- Lellan. Addie Hazel Marshal, V.'estcotf. Elsie Westcott. lleila McXabu. Bertie Maclmlo and .Milly GrlBl, all equal; M'arjorle Bournes. Itosie Knon-lden, C-etta Wilson. Jas. yne had gone to Regina, from there to Saskatoon, anil to Peg. Tho search is said to have tnded at alzary to Winnipeg. For this purpose, thouEands of miles of gas pipe wlll.be required. H is pro- posed to give these cities gas at 25 Winni- centa per thousand cuhlc feet to large ami. at 40 per thousand cubic feet to domestic users. Some of a house-on Kennedy street, Winnipeg. It js. she th't're by Xohle's two brothers, they having stated that the girl was their sister, who had just arrived from Ire- i it is stated, was the 'at this place, land. Four t duration o! her slay. i GREAT LAKES ARE CALM AFTER STORM Port Nov. to ten o'clock Itia morning, no reports have been received by wireless or olb- crwlae'of, any steamers In dlstresa at (tits end of Lake Superior, aa a re- lull of Iho atofm, Tho tug Home, which witit out to Invcatlg.itc tho rciiort thai a boat woa Pti Angus Island Jlock, soarchc'tl tho vicinity, but saw absolutely no jign cf acclclGnt In tho way of a boot, vrreckage, or any incmtura of the rrcw, neiliier on tho rochs or tho main Innd. Today the weatlier Is rrlid and caltn. A FINE ATTRACTION Lawrence. Brough and Olg? Esme at Mljestlc Friday and'Saturday, Nov. M and 15. The curtain-raiser is popularly sup- pospd to he sometlilng -which 'wiles away ihe lime for those people who have arrived at the theatre hi time, until tHo late-comers have finally suc- ceeded in finding themselves al seoted to their own satisfaction. Dul it Trill not do at all lo apply this sup- position to in a Unilwuy Train" which precedes of nt the Majestic Theatre on Xov'. 14th and 15lh. The title of this little piece exactly defines what it comedy rehearsal curtaln-rauier. A comedy actor and a comedy actress arc poaed to-be rehearaing a comedietta, concerning the adventures of, a charm. ing young thing who seta off nlono on a railway trip from lyondon to Edin- burgh. There Is no railway cmvinge. scene; Ihero nro no yropa, no any- thine, EOVO a room wilh a few clia The chairs are arranged (wo and To Europe from Canada by the Reli CUNARD LINE OARR.VJNQ ONE CLASS CABIN.AND THIRD CLASS Established 1840. S. S. Andama AlaunSa Each, TonS. NEWEST VESSELS IN THE CANADIAN SERVICE. I'rotn T'tCIAl CKRlnxAS IMUSt TO via Kroni 'K From tier. From NTT. 22 For of tcrvitei from Forllandi Boston I-Iew io LoceJ or THE CUHARD STEAMSHIP CO., LTD., 304 Main ,wo, opposite each other, and .with presumed as the scats of the carriage, Cue rehearsal proceed Tho comedy Is oi the dainty, airy and delicate, from the moment the girl bids good-bye lo her mother to the finale. .H is vivid throughout, 'and lls appeal, while primarily to those acquainted with English methods of railway travelling Is universal by reason of tlic delicious humor of Iho whole. Mf., Brough brings to bctir tho mature art of the ftxperier.ced comedian, and Miss Olga Esrne, one of the most charming and winsome petite comediennes who have graced a atace for a long time might-have been consigned ly nature for this role. She depicts the flurry the fascinating helplessrcjs of th young thing with a grace that wins her audience al the outset, and holds thorn. Mr. Brough, who plays th< dual roles of o railway porter a progressive young mnu who finds him self landed tnlo a railwny carriage a young and fascinating damsel for a long stops, is in his element. It is he who sets the pace, and the two lake'tlie playlet at a fci-eed which Is terrific. To miss thla pretly Httle curtain-raiser would i fi to tho binac of theatrc-gocrj. uring which time, sht also visited it N'oble brothers' room, which ad- resa she gave when she applied at man named llird, KAS Riven. daEiiages tlicy were the appellants and the appeal was dismissed- JAP RULER SIZES UP HIS FLEET Toliio, Nov. Yosliihlto loda) -revieft'ed a fleet of HfU'-five .lap- anese Olan, the.' Kas- out a series of manoeuvera in presence of his Mujesly. The peror intends to make a persona! of the entire Japanese fleet every year. the cities will be supplied from H Island, woile in other will be drilled in nxrre convenient) gas fields. BJraonton, Moose' Jaw, He- gin a and Saskatoon have" been ap- proactjed, and the councils are con- sidering the proposition." The Canada West Natural'Gas. Heat, Lighting Power Co. has nothing to do with the 'undertaking. BRAKEMAN WAS KILLED C., Nov. and 'Dujlon, brakenian, -was killed, and Conductor Clark received scalp wounds, when a car was de- owing lo a brokca axle on a C.I'.ll. freight train at China r.ear North ntnrl Saturday Tjij i car went twenty Ire I- down an em- ,_. cr. -Flinn, Olive Annie Halpenny. Gradi Lindsay. Sydney Shaw, Vera Glanville. Kathlesn Lind- say, Mabsl Hin, Vt.Tia Gray, Gwendo- line Hamin, Thomas Allaiij llbuclie Olandcr, Mjvtle Thorabs MarlSn, Reggie A. FletL' bankment. ON A HOLIDAY CRUISE Malta, Xov. baitleshlp Wyo- ming, ffasship of the United souadron vlslling European I sailed from here for Naples today. GETTING MATERIAL FOR THE TEMPLE A. 6, MITCHELL, PHONE fiiZ, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. CnrdFlon. Alta., Xov. Wood, nccompiniod by Hlstiop Hrown, engineer Smith nad Inspector Chris tcnson of the temple staff drove ou1 lo tho of John N natenVaji" and Bishop Brown to Iri ppccl tlm stone Ihcre. This will hi Ihe rough Btonc for filler behind i.he marbh of the' walla. Inspector Chris left Krlrtay morning for gary where lift fs making arrange mentg for lumber and cement Tor tho foundation of the retaining wall o Iho huge. fllniclurc. This will bs first work to be In the way of ronalruclion, t To purchase lots at a price and on terms tnat will reap you a handsome profit within a short time. We are instructed to sell about fifty lots in one of the .best residential sections of North Lethbridge, to which portion of the city is now due a substantial raise in values on account of the industrial development which will take place in the .spring. These lots are within four blocks of Westminster School Will sell in pairs, or will make an exceptionally attractive oner en hloc Prices from to TERMS: Cash per pair, balance and 12 months or will arrange other suitable terms These lots will not last-long and now is your chance to buy and wail for the rise which is sure lo come in the Spring Office open in evenings while they last I Q PIP! 17V L. o. Kir L.L. I CO Office: Macdonald Blk. Phone 1034 ;