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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 13, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Xovenibor 1013 THE LETHBRinflE DAILY TIBRALD Page 7 REMOVAL WE MOVE to our New Store in tKe Kirkliam Block on or about December 1st. -We are compelled to greatly reduce our stock before that date and bave hitched a "good bye .price on many lines tbrougbout our store. Now for some lively selling in Men's up-to-date Glotbing, etc. for tbe next Fifteen Days Cost will be forgotten in many cases as we must reduce many lines to make room for new arrivals in our new store. I On riand Friday and Save From 1 V TV T" on I our rurcnases Bargain Brevities From all Over the Store B.i Big Savings in Men's Fall Men's .Men's. ,Uen's Men's Men's lion's Overcoats Ovcrpoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats HEO.-REMOVALVSALE 9.00 .....415.00 .....822.00 825.00 ijilo.OO Fit Reform, L" System and Society Brand Suits Prices Cut to Pieces Suits, 615.00; Men's Suits, -818.00; JEeti's Jlcn's Suit.s, MOD'S Suits, Men's Suits. Men's .Removal Sale. Removal Sale Removal Sale TicmQv.nl Stile Sale Removal Sale Removal Sale I22.5Q Big Reductions in Fur and Fur-lined Overcoats SUPERINTENDENT OF CITY SCHOOLS FAVORS CHANGE IH COMPULSORY EDU- CATION LIMIT Should the Isrnit for compulsory education te raised from 11 to 10 years? Superintendent Hamilton, of tile city schools, believes it should, though he would qualify it. EO that attendance I at ulght school would meet tho re- tiuiremeuls of Ihe law for pupils, over 'the age of H. the present limit for compulsory education. He believes that pressure should be bro-jght lo I bear on the minister of education to this end. The matter was briefly tils- i cussed En his report to the hoard of 1 education presented at last night's i meeting. Attendance Increases Attendance figures for the month show the us'Ja! Increase, this time j per cent, over last year. The figures are: 1513 ISli Enrolment lor month... 1502 13J3 Average daily attendance 134C 1200 Percentage.......... 50 SC j Total enrolment for terra 155t 1 i Average daily attendance for term............1355 1131 The total increase In enrolment ov- er September, 1013, was 17. n. Jackson resigned from Ihe teaching staff, to leave December 1. Principal-Bailey's report ou nlghl classes was received, showing 137 pu plls In attendance, setting the recorj to dale. The truant officer's report showed absences .for sickness, 3 owing lo non-vaccination, and 3 from careless 1 ness of parents. There was one trc ant during1 the month. MEDICAL EXPERT DECLARES MAN IN CASE AT MEDI- CINE HAT IS A PARANOIC Ladies and Gentlemen I hereby offer myself as a candidate for the Mayor- alty and respectfully solicit your votes and influence. 1 stand on my ten years' record before the people of I.efhbridge in public capacities, as President of the Agri- cultural Society, 1'residcnt of the Board of Trade and Mayor of the City. In the case of the lirst two named, the records will show the progressive measures taken and the things worth while accomplished.. As Chair- man of the Parks and Houlevards Committee, of the Council, I endeavored to make I.elhbridge a clean, beau- tiful and pleasant city. I claim the honor of having been Chief Executive of Lethbridge during the most important years of its history-' The people had decreed, that Ihe City should spend "over a million dollars for improvements in 1912, and the council did it. Highl in (lie middle of the work the bottom started to sag out of the money market. There hart been no note of warning. But (he council finished the work in spite of this handicap, "and gave a dollar's worth of work for every dollar spent" A man who can give the city dollar for dollar when there is plenty of money (o spend, should be able to make good, when the money bags have to be jeal- ously guarded. Such a man should be able to jirar- lice economy and get (he greatest amount of work done with a minimum of'expense, whether it be new work or merely getting the best out of what we have. Should you honor me by electing me Mayor of the city again, I-am in a position fo give my whole time to the work and shall always endeavor to keep Lethbridgc the moat promising city in Western Canada. i GEO. M. HATCH Nov. su- preme court all day has been occu- pied with the Anierson ir.-jrdcr trial, I which is not .vet concluded.. The most [startling feature of the evidence .to- :dar was the statement, of Dr. Ful- ton, who examined -tbe wounds after Uhc death 'of ilrs. -Anderson, jjhat the -wounil which'caused death was not Iran a blow by 3 fork, but ii'rom a hammer, which he saw lying 'nearby. -A piece of bone the size of quarter dollar was pressed into lithe trait half an inch. Dr. Naismith, I: who examined the body ol -Mrs. An- I derson aiter exhumation, declared I! that she was not pregnant at the I1 time of her death as Anderson- al- I'leged. Dr. medical suptrin- tcndent of the Provincial Hospital for j Insane at I'onoka, stated alter es- i jamming Anderson and having heard the evidme in court, that Anderson 51 at the time of the homicide- could not Ji distinguish from wrong and was parar.oic due to self-abuse ar.d sex- si ual excesses.. is calling Vmcnfai esperts who are eipectcd'to testily to the contrary. Easiest Terms POLLARDS PLEASE LOCAL THEATRE GOERS TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY SEEK PAROLE Pittsburg. Nor.. hundred ,nn titty convicts confined in the west- crn penitentiary here, applied ior par. oles the provisions ol an act by the last legislature, and It tgnro- bablo their names will 50 before the State board of pardons next weeh. Men's Neglegee.Shirts, reg; to 1.5 0, Removal Sale 75c Men's Heavy Ribbed all wool Under- wear, reg. Removal'Sale 75c Men's Hosiery reg. 35c, Removal Sale 17 l-2c Sweater Coats 25 p.c. off 25 off all Soft Hats Men's Stiff Christie Removal Sale Fleece Lined Underwear, Removal Sale 45c One Line Gun Metal Calf Bals. reg. to Removal Sale 25 p.c. off all Flannel Shirts. These are made with collars attach- ed or lounge collars to match All .Work Shirts, Gloves and M.itts, Sheep Clothing, etc. at greatly. reduced Prices Those who tailed to attend the jestic thcalre last evening to greet fnnious Pollard Opera Co. in the il.asl tt'altz, missed one 61 the best j musical comedies -that has, been 1 aro'jntl loi some time. The audience I was well pleased wilh the periorm- jlancr judging from the numerous en- cores which were freely responded to. The excellent singing ;irnl rtancing by the leading girls and chorus, together with the comedy element taken by lonr o( th'e male portion of the com- pany, was all that was necessary for a thorough evpnfng's entertainment. The comedy by. Teddy McN'atnara was especially Maying the leading-role as a sheriff's officer and tramp, he had a good scope for his abilities. Ills songs 'ThV teats rolled down his check', ami 'Sally's in the Hallctt', were the main hits hi the comedy .line, anil II was hard to find a any one in'the house who could re- Fall And Winter Excursions Berthinj Lists' Now Opeii Sallingi by Various Routel mt M mm im MONTREAL, LIVERPOOL 15 Nov. 22 CHRISTMAS SAILINGS From From Portland Halifax CANADA Dee- 3 MEGANTIC Dec. 6 Dec...? TEUTONIC.........Dec. 13 Deo. 14 The high, class residential district, North Lethbridge Lots and up MITFORD GO. To The Old Home In Scotland, England and the Continent can be made at lowest cost. Largo new steamers.. Weekly sailings. Reserve ac- commodations now. For full inlorniation ask any railway; or or, H. E. L1DMAN, General Agent. -349 Main St. Winnipeg, TEUTONIC LAURENTIC White Star Jov. SO', Cedrlc, Uec. 4, Baltic, Celtic: New York, Southampton, PJymouth lonj Nor. HI and Dec. 13. MAJESTIC Nov. Bee. 5 All Fur Collars Half-Price McKELYIE The 2 M's McGUIRE .train from roaring. The sinjjinj; and acting ol Miss Qucinie Williams nnd Mibs Kva I'ol- latd are worthy'of special mention; these Iwo.-youiii! ladles are exception- ally clever and are destined.to be- come famous. As a whole the performar.te was excellent ami each ol the parts were well .balanced. The 1'olbrds play the .MikaHo tonight, and should play to a lull hoifae, as. this piece is