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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 14, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta November 1-1. THE LKTHBRIDGK DAILY HERALD Fagef) Happenings at Raymond fflOE Kavmoiid, Nov. II. Klton. t., iKjUco for llio city ot .cibbrtdge, was the speaker al the convviitioa of the Mutual linproveiui'ut associations of tlhu Taylor slake heM In Ihe first ward last Sunday evening. Thilti Mllner, who has cc-eii absent Iroui Raymond durlug llie GU turner, re a to Southern Alberta last wcclt from Prove. Utah, where he lias been as traveling talesroan for ho Union Knitllug Co. ol thai city. Mr. territory Includes Color- Nebraska, Kansus. South Dakota and Arizona. He win remain lu the Sugar City during the returning to Utah In the early ring, wheu lio will go on the road ahu An interesting visitor In town tills iek is C. Fox, formerly a promJn- i nL business mail here, but now a re- Ettenl of Salt Lake City. Mr. Fox Is Jiinv In iiartncrship with his brother, j-Majbcu. Mp imgor H. Hrcivcrlon nnd Manager! Stark of the Ilex and thi-alres, iiesiicettvely, were equally emphatic in kliclr condemnation of the newmo- biou picture act. They say that it is ft Eorlous blow to the business In the ull towns uT the province. When In regard to the mailer the local uUlcal tr.cn believed tnst the II- SC was b'Jl the- Herald man s since discovered that Uil3 is er- the Htense for Incorporated being but 550. H Is therefore likdy tbat they will have little objec- tion to the law when this fact is Viiod'tL In any event neither of the laral picture houses will go1 out of as was pessimistically pre- dicted when the nature of the k-gisla- tlou was made public. A roualng iccej'Uon acoorded Mrs. M, C. the well kuourii so- prano, at what was probably the most lirllliant musical ewiil ever given In md. The tfauil i-oucerl, which this talented Jady the star attraction, was lioM lu the byera house last Saturday evening and the ro- icarkablo ovatiou which she received n her appoarar.ee was sufficient proof that she baa lost none ot her hold ou( Southern Alberta uvjeSc lov- ers. Besides Mrs. D'Arc another yoi vocaltet of uuusual talent was heard and warmly received. This was Miss Dorothy Young, and her effective rcn- dcriug ot Lohr's ciqufsile ivork. 'Mar- was ouc of tbo finest on the program. In tho sEde of Uie ovonlnR's program N, }J. Mitciicl! snd FfortenFo Gordon were the'out stetidlug tea lures. Tho musical numbers were inter- spersed with delightful "readings such prominent elo'cutiotilsts as Mrs. Tanner. Miss MaydeM CazUr ami Miss Elhelyn Young. ODter people who contributed jimlsn ivorlliy numbers, were James ker, in the baritone- solo by Faurc; Messrs, ifrscnbacli Eric- son, instrumental duet, playing a group ot pleasing wailzpB from Strauss tho Utcelslor Quartette, in-a Initnor- csque by Parks, and Master Dc'ivey ICrlCEOii, >vho a crcJItable execu- tion of that old favorite. 'Dlue Helts of on Ihfi violin. Brandon. .Man.. Nov. the ro- of tne f-dll assizes here lUs rning a true bid uas returoed lu the case of King vs. Samuel Whar- ton. Wharton is charged with at- leiupling 10 murder Austin Hilt, a farm hand, here, on October 11. The case not Ukety start before morrow. JuEtEce Mathers bas lati- mated ihnt he will Instruct counsel to dt-fcud POLITICS NO PLACE FOH THE CHRISTIAN CAUSES Too Great Strain on Moral Character. Thinks Wesley Profes-" of Speculation. -Attributing ihe liigli cosi of living in OB a da to the prevalence of real estate B peculation, Itev. Dr.- llland, president of Wee ley College, v.-lio addressJ the annual meeting of tbs PrebbjU-rlan synod of this morning, declared- tliat this speculation in really "sapped the economic vitality of the community'-" and that it did more harm than the gambling at Monto Carlo. Dr. n la nd blamed both par ties in Canada for eiistlng politl cal corruption and declared that the j ch'irch was taking Ico much uyou it- self when H asked a CluEstiaii ican coter poliiic-3 in the Domintosi at the present diy, as it was loo sreat a strain upon liis moral character. Why Has Your Neighbour Met Success? YOU have worked as hard, been as energetic, saved as care- fully, studied your business as closely, been as up-to-date in your methods. Yet HE has forged ahead, Midas-like Everything he touched he turned to gold. You have always felt that Fortune has frowned upon YOU and given her smiles to HIM WHY WHY? WHY? We handle a full line of Victrolas and up-to-date Records-call and hear them R. A WRIGHT The City's Leading Jeweller Established 1898 Is this the reason HE was quick to see and seize good investments. YOU shut your eyes to them, afraid of being stung. HIS savings increased, YOURS made 3 per cent, 3 cents on the dollar. HE is on Easy Street, where are YOU WAKE UP, MAN! WAKE UP! JDon't tie a drudge always. Lend an ear to success. Sne will teach you to sper name She is calling you now now. Listen! Delany's Limited' DELANY'S You had better investi- gate. :We invite careJul scrutiny. Only don't investigate too long and waken up to find that others have snapped, up all the stock while.you were "thinking about it" It will go fasl "Act Quick in the Living Present" It is one chance in a lifetirne-doh't let it slip away Co. ;Call Open Evenings Write Mail This Coupon Today MITFORD CO. Lethbridge, Alia. Please send -me, without obligation on my part, a copy Of the prospectus of De- 'lany's Limited, Add re SI1J JKUFUS ISAACS AT'HIS DESK V I C T R O LA 'VI Puts this Vidlor-yidtrola VI in Your Home Surely a small price to pay for all the pleasure it will bring The Victrola is no longer a luxury, but a necessity, one that you can afford and that ypu ought to have. There is nothing else you could buy with the same or a much greater amount of money that will give so much pleasure as the Vicflrola: Will There be a Vidrola in Your Home this Christmas? Olliet styles of VictroUs {torn to They aie sold on easy payments (as low pet week) it cJesired. Victor ricojds are 90c for 10-inch double are over 5000 Victor lecontt listed in our catalogue. v Berliner Gram-o-phone Co. MONTREAL An Iritcrtatfng new picture of the new Justice of Great Britain LIST OF VESSELS WRECKED DURING GREAT LAKES-STORM John A. McGcan, of Cleveland, crew of'2S losl somewhere off Sarnia, Ont. In Lakn Huron. Charles S. Price, of Cleveland, crow of- J8, sunken off Goderlcli, Ontario, in. Huron. "Jarat'S S. Carrulhers, of Toronlo, crew of 25, wreckage washed aslioic at Grand Head. Oat., on Lake" Huron. r llegina, of Toronlo, crew of 20, cap- sized In Lafco Huron. of Toronto, crew of 29, be- lieved, to have collided with Kculna and Mtnk In' Lako. Huron. -teafleld, Sault Sic. Marie, Ont., Limited Dealer! Everywbcre It's time to think of Christmas Presents the Vkftrpla and this Trade Mark FOK SALE HY Mason Risch, Ltd., 0. 404-5th St.S., Bryan Block- 17 Western Branches lo fret on tatc oJT. Fit well- toot All for womea children. anil protect nr.d om winter crew of 15, wrecked on Angus" Islam .akc Sujierior. Plyjnoutli, Michigan crew of 7. sunk-off St. Slarcln's I: and, I-akc Surierlor.- No. S3, crtftv of sis: sun! c noff nnffalo.ln Lake Chkagol crew of si round near Green Ray, >I. r. crew- c 15, believed-foundered In Lake Supe erior. William N'oUlngliam, Qlovelan three, of of 23 missing, wrecki near Sand Superior. Thte list showB that Lake Hun exacted the heaviest' toll of all tl lakca. In addition lo the'.vessels thai wi all of crew are lot losses. 21 vessels wholly or pa tiaUy wrecked, ivhose'crews cutcoffc Nolftblo -among tha lotal losses whoso crows escaped, were: Slcaiper Turret Cliief, wrecked at Copper Hart or, crew of seventeen. 0. Waldo, wrecked off Manitou Island, crew of Fl. Hanna, ashore at point Aux of Tile other vessels were cither slcam- ors lliat 'vent aground and were later released or Fmall craft nnd hargcs. Vessel ovrnera' fTnanciall loss will probably approach Only three targe vessels are still un- accounted (or, tho Hydrus and Argus Plcfcaml Company, Cleveland and the Isaac M, Erott, of the A. Hanna A; Cleveland. STANDING OF. CANDIDATES IN THE HERALD SUB- SCRIPTION CAMPAIGN, According to Number of Votes Banded in for Publication Up to Wed. Evening, Nov. 12 MISS M. E. SIMPSON. Frank. AIU..........'........, H2.200 MR. CHAS. WEST-LEY, 517 Sth Sf. S...........................1M.600 MISS VERTA P1CKEL, 1312 6lh MISS ETHEL L. RAMSAY, St. KIWa, AIU..................... MISS MAYME McMAHON, Barons, MR. WM. H. HIHDLEY, Magrilh, AIU....................... MR. WALTER OBORNC, 10th S..................... MISS ROSE MARKER, Cardston, Alia 121.300 MRS. E. ARMSTRONG, 937 St S.......................... MR. EDGAR SAINSBURY, Cranbrook, B. MISS MARY McOONALD, Blairmore, Alia..................... MR. EDWARD READ, Plncher Station, MISS ETHEL SAUNDERS, 623 10th St. MRS. A. B. PIPES, 414 Slh Avc. S.............................. MRS. L. B. SPARKS, Raymond, Alta.......................... MR. GERALD DULMAGE, Bow Island, AIU..................... MISS EVA 6th Avc. MISS JEAN PATTERSON, 650 6th SI. S.........'............... MISS BESSIE BEATON, 720 10th St. MRS. 0. H. BENSON, Diamond MISS FLORENCE SHAND; 343 15th St. N.........-........... MISS LAURA TELFER, Fernlc, MR. ISA.AC, jNoljIdford, Alta........................ MISS MAOGIE MOORE, 1731 6th Avc. S........................ 2MM MISS HELEN LEE, Slh Avc. S............................. MISS CLARA BJORKBLAD, 1220 5th Ave. S..............'... THE SECOND PERIOD SCHEDULE ENDS NOVEMBER 17lh BUT THE CONTEST DOES NOT CLOSE UNTIL DECEMBER AUSTRAt-IA LOAN xov. twenty- plght per1 cent of' the western Aua- tralla per conf loan at 57 has been.Uikfrn up by the." pub- lic, seven ty-tVfb being left e high class residential district, North' Letlibridge and up Elasiest Terms MITFORD GO. ;