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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday. XovonibcrUill. 1012. THK LETnimiDGE DAILY HEKALD GREAT FACTORY SALE OF MEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR We Must Positively Dispose of $7,000 Worth 6f Goods at Once. Read Particulars of this Wonderful Buying Opportunity on Large Bills now Being Distributed. SALE OPENS SATURDAY 16 th at 9 a. m. Mens Hats Furnishings Clothing Store Closed on Friday. Prices Away Down to Original Factory Value Shoes $20.00 Suit of Clothes FREE GUESSING CONTEST An Eight Day Clock Will Be placed in the Window in a Sealed Box, it Will be Wound and Started Exactly at 9 p. m. Saturday, the Hour of Opening of Sale. $2.00 Purchase or Over Entitles you to one Guess as to When Clock Will Stop. The closest Guesser will Receive a $20.00 Suit Absolutely free. Boys' Suits Overcoats  � Shirts Shoes HERE THE BOSTON CLOTHIERS NEXT TO SENTLEVS /ft � r]{rgrav d11\lsixstectix(i Canadianschools Fi'or.i icn lo right Mlsa Mr.ria Espinola, Miss Victoria Frige rio, Miss Nilda Castelluccl. They are touring the various citiet ot Canada getting pointers for the education in that South American city. They speak two or three languages. WORK FOUND FOR SIXTY . . DISMISSED LIBERALS SOME HEROICS Montreal, Nov. -Tlie new com-nittlco formed yesterday, and known' i\R Iho DIsraisHfid (;o\(:rnineiil Knii)loy-i monl Aid Associai iun, round work for sixty '[^(bprals lodav. 'I'lio associatian hivestigiiled tlie cases of men wliu wov-.' diMmlHsed by i lie c^onKervnllvo sovernmrnt and loniid llieui work nmon^ bnslntss lionses and llrms. London, Nov. II!.-Si)eaking last niKhl K.arl Solborno said some Radi-eals had talked of slopping Lord Pudx'rls' penaion, bocau.se o( his farn-Ing- to be. prepared and whtni Lord KobtTts heart! llii.-^ lie said; "1 am prond to liavt; won a pension In the service of my country,' and sliall bo iirotid lo lose it In ivar service." THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE SIR EDMUND WALKER, C.V.O., LI..D., D.C.L,, President AUtXANDnR UAIRD JOHN AIRD General Manoeer Asaistant General Maaiaac* CAPITAL, $15,000,000 REST, $12,500,000 TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES I.ssued by The Ciinadiaii Bank of Commerce enable the traveller to provide hiniscH' witli I'tinds without deliiy at each point of hi.s joiirney'in, a convenient yet inex.pen.sive manner. They are i.ssncd payable ia every country in tl;e worki in deiiominution.s of $10, $20, $50, $100, $200 with the exact- eqiiiviiieiit in tlie money.s of the principal countries .stated on the ("ace of each cheque. They are economical, ub.solutely sale self-Identifying- and easily nej^otialed. B,j Lethbridije Branch - - C. G, K. Nourse. Mgr. RUSSIA WILL NOT FIGHT OVER SERVIA St. PeiorHbnrK, Nov. ].S.~Rnsslu (loe.s not intend lo go lo war over the iineslion of .Scrvia nblainiiig a |>ort on the Adriatic Hni, according lo Ser sins Saxonefi', tlie ItiLssian foreign mlaislor. M. Saxonel'f iiifnrined 11 ropovltch, llie Servian niinistor hero, that this deolaion liail tiocii reached as the rcHiilt of conversations be tween llie Oorraan ambassador to Rus ala and liimsoli'. ' The Novoe Vremya and other news-pallets, denounce the Rnsaiun govern Pjont's policy as oiic of viuillalion and surrender. Premier Kokov.sofi' oxprcssed, the opinion today tbut the dlsptitc between Scrvia and Anslria wonld be sotlloil by compromise. E ORIGINATES WITH CHURCH OE ENGLAND CLERGY FRENCH CHAMP COMES OVER  New York, Nov. 18.-Charles Le-donx, champion liantamwelght 'of France iiiui cliilmant of the world's llllo, 'wlio has JiiBl arrived in this conntry, expressed Ills willhigiiess to meet any of the Am^erlcan 111! pounders. Leduiix cuine Into promineuce by Ills ilofi'Ul of "Digger" Stanley, In France, several months ago. He is credited with S) knockouts in his iuw yciu's Lu iiui riuif. Toronto, .Nov. i:;.-.\ movement that may result In the Church of England taking up the (pirstion of cbnrch union is under way in Canada. Thirty I)romineut members of the Anglican communion have attached their sig-natnres to an "apponi on behalf of Christian unity" and have forwarded it to every Anglican clergyman in Canada witli the reiinest that if they approve the principles and the practical propo.silions si t forth they sii;n and return it to lice. A. ahatford of .Montreal, act In!,' secretary of the movement. iThe practical propositions, which it ik believed would jiromole the cause r Christian unity, are the admission if ministers of otiicr 8setl in the circular. Asking you lo give the matter, your most serious consideration, wa are. youTs sincerely, H. Symonds. II. P. Plnmptre, A. 1". Shatford. The Signers The following signatures are attached to the appeal: I!. Symonds, vicar of Christ Church Cathedrnl, Montreal; II. P. Plnmptre, lector of St. .James' Cathedral, Toronto; W. ,1. Southam, rector of St. .fames the Apostle, Jlonlreai; F. A. P. (^had-wick, rector of St. Paul's, Vancouver; II. J. Cody, Archdeacon of York and rector of St. Paul's, Toronto; It. G. Dobbs. rector of St. Paul's, Urock-ville; t>. J. Donaldson, rector of Trinity Church, Halifax; .1. A. lilliott, rector of All Saints, .Montreal; W. A. Ferguson, F,mmanu;l College, Saskatoon; O. W. Howard, Diocesan Theological College, .Montreal; C. ,i, James, rector of Cliurch of the Uedocmer, Toronto; G. .\. Kuhring, rector of St. .lohii's, St, .loim, X. B.; T. W. Savury, rector of St. .lohn's, Kingston; L,aw-rencc Skey, rector of St. .Anne's, Toronto \V. J. Southani, rector of All Saints, Toronto; G. 0. Troop, rector of St. .Martin's, Canon of Christ Church. Montreal; C. 11. Marsh, rector of Lindsay, Canon of SI. Albnii's Cathedral, Toronto; li. H. iMcKlhcran, rector of St. .Matthew's, Winnipeg; R. P. McKim, rector of St. Luke's, St. John; .1. O. Miller, Rklley CoU'ege, Si. Catljarincs; 1). J. .Monro, rector of St, C.eorge's, Toronto; li. \V. Norwood, rector of tlie .Memorial Church, London; C. C. Owen, rector oV Christ Church, Vancouver; N'. I. Perry, Archdeacon of Lincoln, roctoj- of Christ Church, St. Catharines; F. G. Plum-nior, rector of Si. AugustIn's, Canon of SI. .Alban's Cathedral, Toronto; li. ,1. Renlson, rector of the Church of the Ascension, Hamilton; N. L. Tucker, rector and Canon of St. Paul's Cathedral, London; C. C. Waller, principal of Huron Theological College; 0. Warren, Archdeacon of Pelorbaro, 'I'oronto; G. M. WroHg, professor of history, University of Toronto.- FACSIMILE OF THE FAAtOUS LETTEU WRITTEN TO LOUD MOUXTEAO IjE. 1,11,/M-dTniepf liifUu^Iit�>*9a9ff'>Jwieoiytumftrifii --------......- " jtt flfn-jer Yivoulif'  -In the historic Gunpowder Plot. This led to the search-of the basement of the Parliament Buildings and the uncovering of the conspiracy. ' The letter* says in part; "My Lord, out of the love I bear some of your friends, I have a' care for your preservation. Therefore, I would advise you, as you i:ender your life, to devise some excuse to shift of your attendance at this parliament, foi< God and men hath concurred to punish the wickedness of this time." etc. cuils COUOHS COIAS ARCHERY BEING REVIVED Archery is showing signs of irovival as a sport. The National Arclwry association at its lournamciH a few weeks ago at Hostou had the largest attendance it has hurt I'or many years. Several American archers ar(,< said lo hold recoitiB that have not for .'ifl youTH bee'n otinaled In England, the original home oC the sport, Nearly every Shetland household has attached to It a /lock of tomo t;utl�, ... BRANTFORD TRUCKS 1,000 lb. Truck, $1,550, F.O.B. Brantford 2,000 lb. Truck, $2,600, F.O.B. Brantford Guaranteed to ^Ive satlsCactlon LOCAL DEALER WANTED Our representative is now in the Weit-get in touch with him through this paper. Apply- Brantford Trucks 'Herald/Lethbridge 1359 ;