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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, November 1 tth, 1012, THE LETHBRtl9GE DAILY HEBALD SUCCESS MEAT MARKET The name ol' our store is derived from the way Avc conduct our business. We know that to succeed avc nuist HANDLE the very be^t wwd such is, and ah\%ays has been our aim. By using our customers right, we have built our'busincss.  . . : V; v We Avant YOU to give us a trial. Once we get you, we know we can hold your trade. WE HAVE SOME NICE TENDER LAMB AND MUTTON. ALSO SAUSAiGE, LARD, DRIPPING, ETC. / ^ WE HAVE A FEW TENDER CHICKENS Phone 1473 24213th St., North Opposite Pioneer Lumber Co., Yard There is eomo talk about the �tot� neit to the Lie� Wong block, wbloh was badly burned by (ir� a short tinm ago, beInK put into good shape awiln and opened tip. It Is to be hoped such is the case, as the present condition in which it stands is somewhat of an eyesore to Westminster road. / Now that tho ratepayers of Mi. side have decided on their man for al-dermon, municipal mutters during the next three weeks or so, will be pretty keen over h�re. With a view ot finding out how the business men regarded the new candidate, a representative of the Herald called on several of them yesterday. Taking the general opinion of the majority, It would appear that Mr. McNabb is a very popular choice, although there were two or three who would have liked to see Mr. Oilmore run again, yet they felt that if the majority favored Mr. McNabb, it would be all for the best Interests of the people to all work In unison to ensure the election of Ihelt candidate. The new St.''Mary's Church Is all sheeted In, and the Rev. C. H. Pop-ham is quite delighted with the progress made. Contractor Pearson Is using ev�ry endeavor to havo the church completed on schedule time. This building, when completed, Is going to be a great credit to North Lethbrldge. Miss Cooksley, tho milliner, who is -------^....... MEAT -Is Avhat AVC sell and we sell only of the very best ivnd it/s fresh too. People who deal with us caji tcsLify that wc only liandle the' choicest THAT -is sure].y something to commend you deal-We also handle some splendid ing with us. cooking We also carry a full line of ROAS'f BEEi' SAUSAGU CHOICE Risa s ORIPPINC, ETC Do you need a nice tender young chicken. IC so, we can �up- ply you: wantis. THE WESTMINSTER MEAT MARKET at present located In the Brooks' atore, regrets that her many customers are unable to see her display of millinery. But she hopes to move to her new place ttext week. She will, However, make her opening announcement in the Herald. iMtSB Gilbert, of Outlook, Sask., Is here on a visit to her sister, Mrs. B, h. Anderson, and'Intends staying two or three months. Mrs. O. Morden, of Bassano, who has, been visiting her sister, Mrs. M, Morden, leaves for her home today. Tho recent snow has again caused Westmitister road to present a pltl able condition, mud being �verywhere. Suraif.'our streets department can spare a man to at least attend to gome of the 'ertJsatngs. One place, in par' ticular, cloBe to the Brook store, Is terrible, people being forced to wade through slush and mud to cross from one tide of the street to the other. In each Thursday's edition of this paper, Morden & Bennett will advertise some of their cash prices 'on goods. So keep your eye on Thursday's page. Card of Thanks Mrl C. O. Olander wishes (o extend his best thanks to all those who show ed their kind sympathy to him and family, during the serious illness of his wife; and also wishes to state that Mrs. Ollander la now progressing along very satisfactory. Phone 1055 310-13th St., North IB OUl WEli WELSH MINERS EXPERlENCi.NO DIFFICULTY IN GETTING SAT-I8FACT0RY ADJUSTMENT OF TROUBLE MRS, MARSHALL'S JOKE ON THE GOVERNOR (Chicago Tribune) She is proud ol Gov. Marshall's record as "tho pardoning sovemor." Statistics prove that he has given more prisoners another chance than any three of tho other Indiana governors of tho past combined. Mrs. Jlarshall has a keen appreciation of humor, and she tells with relish this little story conceived by some way as an Illustration of Governor Marshall's pardoning reputation: A strange man stopped Gov, Marshall on the streets of Indianapolis one day. "Pardon m�, governor," began the man. "Cifftalhly," responded the governor, according to the way. "What's the offence?" Merthyr Tydil, Wales, Nov. 13.- The working of the minimum wage act in the South Wales coal field area is still the cause of discontent among the miners. The question of the In elusion or the exclusion of certain classes of the workmen from the privileges of minimum wage is a constant source of irritation to the men. Under Viscount St. Aldwyn's award 1*. was agreed that dtlUpultiea which could not be settled intfs.t,^e referred to the umpires. InVverK'niauy cases the choice ot an iim'pfre has given rise to fresh difficulties and the result is that hundreds of the men are un able to ascertain their position. It is probable that Lord-St. Ald�|yn Will nominate umpires himself, but some months must elapse before the number of accumulated disputes can be settled. FAREWai 10 li MISSIONARIES Magrkth, Nov. 12.-Last evening farewell social and ent'crtalnment was given in honor of Clyde Bennett and Newel Rich, two local young men who. are leaving for missions tor the Mormon church. The affair was very successful and was largely attended Bishop Hark�r was In the chair and a pleasing program was rendered. A collection was taken and a substan tial: sum was contributed to assist tbeiu In their labors in the field. At the conclusion of the program games and folk dancing was indulged in un til 10.30 when the benediction was pronounced by the Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Rich ,accom-panied by their son Newel, left this raornihg for Idaho and Utah, where they will visit this winter. Newel will leave on the 27th Inst for Chicago, where he will loin the missionary service. All threshing Is at a standstill owing to the storm. 'Another week of continuous work would have witnessed all the grain in the Magrath district safeJy threshed. Operations will likely be resumed In the course of few days. London, Nov. 13.-The resignation of James Bryce, the British ambas-aador to tho United States, and the appointment ot Sir Cecil Spring-Rice as bis successor, arc officially announced today. The Foreign Office, in aunouno-Ing the changes, says Mr. Bryce some time ago intimated his wish to retire, but prolonged his stay at Washington, at the request of tho British government. RICH TIN ORIE DEPOSIT Iloba-rt, Nov. 14.-Rich deposits of alluvial tm ore have been found a new district in the northeastern part of Tasmania, to the south of th known tin deposits near Rlngarooma The wash is 20 feet and over in depth and contains up to 2% pounds of tin ore to thei cubic yard, and forty heads of water can be obtained the driest season. A fence can be made cat proof by stringing a tlghe wire about- two inches above and parallel to the top. It's lime to instal e! Yow Heater! The cold weather is siirely coming .,\Vc;haV^^^ everytliing that will be neqdi^d to keep your house cosy " Wrm this coming winter. . i'V^'^e )iiDb:eji; good selqctiou^.o^ not look out of place in your cUiTing room or parlor and our prjdias are right. We also carr^ Repair parts, also a full line of raiige�| If yQuifneed any of the above, come and look over our stock before ilig: ;elsewhere: * PHONE 1223 Tin: iiAium Aiu: man 524-i:Uh St. North. Weekly Special Morden & B^niie These Specials are for CASH only JlkLO, 3 iMekagaa far ........ auICK TAPIOCA, par packaga 26e lOe lOe ALAD. DRES6IN0, par packaga .... 0OO8CBCRIIIU (CHIVER'S) in V/� lb. Botttaa ;............................ WW PLUM* (Chivara') in 2 1-8 pound Mm Bottlaa ........ ................... 'PUy WITCH MAHk tOAP-^Two bexM ... ^j^Q TOILET SOAP-Ragular 2Be and Wc par 4|5a box; two boxsB for ................ m9U QUAKER BRAND COFFEE- Two cans RED ROSE COFFEE par pound ............. ......... PURE MAPLE SYRUP QUART CANS ..... ONE-HALF GALLON CANS GALLON CAN* 40e 45c 8Se $1.50 RED CROSS VEAST CAKES-Box contains four packages yeast cakes and one China' Cup and Saucer LADIES' NIGHT DRESSES-Made from eatra good quality white Flannelette ehalt oi Proieout. or asked leave to withdraw charge as restitution had been made to the fullest possible extent Tho magistrate left the matter over for consideration. Lee Wonf NORTH LBTHBRIDOl RESTAURANT All kinds of rrulta, Candlas Cigars and Tobacooa, SoftDrinka A large assortment o( OUs-ese and Japanaae Silk Ooo^s. PHONE lan aniathlne nv*f for  n)a� the atock is compiete .si 32 53 ;