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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 12, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Km FKEE BUS TO ALL TRAINS Hotel Wiwlsot S1.25 a Day Hotel In M LETIIBRIDGEDAILY HERALD WHEN IK LBTHBB10SH Thf Dallas llotfl I" the Rttt and ftn! Pl'aco to Stay THE FINEST APPLES FOR IMMEDIATE USE AND JONATHANS Y..II Will llu-'kiiiHs for Cooking aiul tlu-y ;nv fairly goo.1 for mliiiy, wliifc similes, we liavf in SWfK now. win uui U.IM I'i'H-sof Aiiiiios-liavi- iulvamvclinSpuJiuiic anil the large iijH.lc.rti.lws. and 1 icy are Umu.1 linv very sliorlly so we would a.lviso laying in a fi-w now while Grccsry Oe'pl. Whcitsjis ini- THE GOOD COMPANY High Grocers, Fruit and Cofl-1 feclionery. and ReUil j Quality and Price are Attractive C.W. GRAY'S "The Store That Saves You Money" 51h EJreel Phon? 761 Afternoon Tea 25c Sci-vcd parlors, Empress Block. Killien's Thc.liest conlVctionery and home'made candy Winter Papering Sonic of your rooms will have to he nv .panc-i'ccl for the You 'will find our stock' conlaihs'tlie papers you need at tlie riglit jiricc. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE 'NEXT LETHBRIDGE HOTEL FIFTH ST. S. CASH IF YOU HAVE IT- CREDIT IF YOU NEED IT. FOR SALE fool Tables 'SECOND HAND, AS GOOD AS NEW. WILL BE SOLD VERY CHEAP. SEE R.W.Wallace AT THE ARCADE WEA'iHER Ilkb Low Ull.lri.ltt. cloudy Editiontcn. cloudy 10 Calory, fair f cloudy -s -113 i'rince Albert, cloudy Moose Jaw. cloudy 31 23 Private Greeting Cards Would1 you like aa Xraas Card thai is Exclusive, Per- j Fonal .and Distinctly your own? thfc samples o- these we are showing. Your name and address "aDd.choice.of Greelings is engraved on each card at no ex- tra charge.. Order now as; it lakes two" t weeks to 1'ort 'Arthur; cloudy'...... 30 2fi Karaloops, cloudy 45 '55 46 ll'CDtictoii rand forks JU The weal her throughout- tbe prairie provinces has- brcn mostly lair am mild. Light snow and lain or have fallen at many ulaces. FUUKC VST AH Fair V on Thursday; no deemed change la CITY AND DISTRICT Thursday Night The Trades anil Labor Council wil meet tomorrow nistit at S o'clock, i the Labor District Court Sitting District Court will sit next wee concurrently with the tall sitting o the Supreme Court civil The Re-iaoss Drug i and BopMo.; Ltd, Phonp in TlvIM r No EndorsalTon Yet North l-ethbiidsc Voters' assort tion. have .iot endorsed any cnr.i date lor .Mavor as. yet, and mar i STORE Silvio Grotbllo, charged with as tnull, appeared before the this morning, but was remanded un Friday. Operatic Notice The "six Uttle. wives" are requeft (o meet ai Mrs. Harvey's home CITY AND DISTRICT Chambers -Toniorow of Maclcod. will b In tomorrow to hold chamber in'lhe absence of Judge Jackson. School Board Tonlghl The Kchoo! Hoard will hold its reg ular monthly meeting tonlsht In th i Manual Training school, i Gone to Eatevan Special Customs Officer Hughes, who was recently ren'.oved from the hprder'porl of Coutts, has been trans- ferred Sask. to Lethbrldge -J. ,F.-'Franklin, .who. lor tte past rtar, has.been manager of the Pinch-1 er Cily branch of the Merchants' Bank I s now6i the city. .The branch at j Jinch'er' has bten cioECtl. and. Mr. Franklin .will be attached to" the lo-1 cal branch' for some time. I.O.G.T; I.O.G.T. vflll meet tomorrow ev- ening" in'lhe Bailey street school. The Juveniles meet at 7 p.m. for.'thc election of officers', and a full attend- ance is urged. At S p.m., the adults Hope of-Le'thbridge meet for the installation of officers. vThe public is invited to' this oiien meeting. HOME GROWN WHEAT HOME MILLED WHEAT HOME LABOUR Bit above suggestions appeal to you when buying flour? Do.Qnnlity. and Price appeal to you in making a selection of flour when-you arc luiyiiig'! If so, insist on using ELLISON'S "Our Best" Flour 11 'Years Successful Milling in Alberta by ELLISON MILLING AND ELEVATOR CO. Phone Us (1393 or 4492, an a o ur Hit HP MISSIONARIES FROM INDIA-TALK ABOUT' HABITS OF PEOPLE IN THAT COUNTRY will call and measure your windows nml give you estimate of cost for storm'sash, including, hanging. DO IT NOW! i t Geiitfal Lumber Co. Ltd. City x Royal Bank Building Plionc 1393 LETHBRIDQE, Letbrldge Yard: 1407 3rd Ave. S. Phono evenius, at S o'clock, 12J5 Sfith av- 2 South. Business of importance. Alberta Outfitters Dominion Building Sixth St. S. LetJibridge r WEMUSTSELL .Foiir small collages on four renting for s. month, for SI601) e six tr.onths. and mort- each K-iuity must be HOUSES TO RENT lanij Co. FSor.t 54', TO RENT COTTAGE FiiHy modem, avenue 'S., close In. Phono M3, C. C. Pagneulo Company CITY ANJ) DISTKIC' Infant Daughter Dead Helen, lie infant daughter of Mr. ncl Mrs. Helen Sklba, of Hardieviile. ed in ilie city last r.iglit. The fan- si will ic helii tomorrow from the wcaii Catholic "Clmrcti. S. O.' E. Tonight The S. O. E. meet tonight at 8 clock. Wli'ttc Hose degree. Or. Inspection Trip J. WiTde, automatic Buperlnten er.t for the provincial government te phone system, is in the city today on n visit of inspection. Evangelistic Services Hev. B. Picla-1 will speak on "A3 iron-sliarrer.elli iron, the face of a bis at the gervico In the Caledonian Hall The5i' evan seUatic Services aro accomplishing much all are specially In- OooJ rn'iaic also be rcr.- Touring the South Lines Superintendent Colemfvn, I the Alherta division of the C. P. s inaWcf a tear of the lines south of jtthbridge today. He U' aceorap-iiiieil by J- M. Cameron, of Medicine Hat, uperintendeut of the division. To Address the Ladies Senator DeVeber will KildreEs an portant n-.eolinK of the Woman's Ctvle club in the Y.'M. C. A. audi'.briuin at i tomorrow afternoon, as a Eeotative of the business men to out- line their reasons for accepting the HardloGrace-Ke'.il slate. Thla !e be- ns iloce ir, c-rder to give the ladies a chance to acccjit the slate or r.ot, and j j this meeting is simply a preliminary' for a larce meetlns to be called short- ._______ iy. at which Ihr. candidates will bo asked to speak. i iCO. LIMITED Dispcnsinj Chemlltl Family 4 MOTHER KROH'S CROUP REMEDY FOR BABIES and CHILDREN INVALUABLE FOR CROUP, HOOP- ING COUGH, ETC., ETC. 25 Ce'nts J. D. Higihbotham Co., Ltd. Burdeti, N'ov. 7.-6n '26th, those present at N'eigbbor iew house cnjoycJ. a rate treat, when the'-meeting was addressed by Heyi'TJ. and Mrs. Smith, missionaries Irom India, who were visiting Iheir brother, Jlr. J. D. Madill ol Ibis vi- "Stnith spoke first, taUng as bcr topic, "The Women ol India. Stic subdivided her subject somewhat as follows: WOMEN'' AS miUDBN-BEAIirmS lindtr- 'this hearting, the- pictured the'livts ol hard, out-door labor lived bv the ivoinfn ol the lower caste. WOMEN1 IS 110MKS OF H1G11KH :7. CASTE Equally pitiatle is the secluded.life i the women of higher caste must live or losc'thcir! caste. Never are they allovicd to go out unattended, nor with uncovered' faces. Women have their own apartments and are not al- lowed lo 'mingle with their husband's Nev; PoitoffiMS New post offices opened on the 1st of' November included the following: Uowmanton, sec. -34, tp. M, rg. 4; T. Uruce Taylor, postmaster. Craig -Murray, fee. 20. Ip. in, rg. 5; W. Schoficld. rcalro.iblcr. CioWtn Hill. sec. II. ir. 30, rg. 15; Krcd poatmsatcr. Etc. tp. 19. rg. 27; JIH. E. II. Gaante. poalmasler. Kosfslen. sec. IP. 1 omc Hrarss, r.ostmastcr. THE CANADIAN ORDER.OF CHOSEN FRIENDS Hold DANCE -ON- Thursday Night, Nov. ]3 At the Burjman Hall Kach member may Invite two friends. ADMISSION, 2Sc. Don't Miss, Si. Cyin-inn's splendid of Fancy and Plain Articl es Also the Inrgc variety of HOMEMADE CQOKiNG --AT STANDARD FURNITURE CO.'S STORE ON FRIDAY, NOV. 14th Of tliis week from 2 to 5.30 p.m. -'TBA WILL ]JB SERVED Looks for H Year 1, TJiillle. general manager for. Alberta Of McUurWlTl C: Co.. V3F, in the c-lly ycf.ls-rJay. here j'lawl Iho agency lor t'.ic M-" CITY AX I) CB. fiii. I McUo'l t Williamson. Mr. flullie ya be believes 1311 frit of o ra, .-_ Valo, lu. 11, S: John Ev-_CI 1 i A A D Mr. Humphries' fjtphew Krnejt-A. fhoin.wsler I ftnd organist cf I'C-voJce choir the r.OT. Sl.MatliG'.v's tlnirch, rt- eerily- oiioned in nephew of A. U. hrldge. ii a--1 o! Farmcrii are Iheir dcols fniriy well, sn-l win soon 3imt aeain a clean Elect.i ..Son Knows iN'o successor lo the lalo Hctiiy Ten- rant, as collector o' Ihp tMstoms sit Coutii, has been arpoinlfil iw but 'it Is lindentocnl Ibai Tcnr.ant of the deceased veteran, la tho likely candHate." ItUSISKHSLOOALK r STOVK slovc j.'ce.l Co., I'lione 36.'. 130 tJCS'mnRKr. Ncilii Lethbridgc Men A i-icclipq of tho Norlh lyethbrWee Mca'E assoelmlan, will tield- in the.nnnox to Alexan- rlr-r'fi tins 213 TMrlctn'.ti F.lreet The chie! Imsinoss will be Ih'; clecllMi oi i-fficcrs. ami discus- .city line iinilililo.1 for Ihu casting cf I yimihr t.i (iwsc In use on Iliu eoviih il.If-. tj'jl liivc no pro'.l- flicji fir roles, it boins decided i ihr-i fkc lit- ra the i c-n ntrc-'iiiy ImtaH-vJ. 1'bo bufl- Hcv. took the come so far to hrlp them, and The idea o! tliis, which is so ab- hcitient; to us, is, to them, natural. Hctrothed and mairied when but. become dtude.es in their molher-ifv-laws' homes, having in ad- own responsibilities. Even ;worse-is the lot ol tlie cliild .widow, (lie death ot whose husband she is held accountable for. Kte is disgraced'; and never allowed to mar- Iy.tlffioES ARli IH'l-: TO unSand'lhc bvd of v.'hfn India will "ne'vor again seem, sn j (hey ferl .the love cil servants moic, so unrcjl.ani su uniTitercstmvy To brighten this sad picture, onr attention'was ilrawn to the cha: wrought by Christianity, llcalhen ipssfrierl, and and! soul'Cared for. The missionaries go (o the people when tl.ey do not come I to Ih'cm. I B-..-J j.'. Milk River Merchant F. If. HliTt, thei'MIIR Hivor.mer- cSani, Is a lo the city today. WOOIl-V.'c 1'tss Kt-n fcow-svcr. that Ihe j on thc5C! pole.i. wj-.lch al- slock of