Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 15, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
15, TH1? MiTHBRlDGE DAILY 1IEHALD Page 5 LARGE AUCTION SALE OF A COMPLETE RESTAURANT OUTFIT Will be told In small lots or complete on Thursday, November 20th Commencing at 2 p.m. sharp, 403 Round or Fifth Street, Opposite McKeown Hardwire Stort, comprising the following- Large lack counter vrllh mirrors. Fruit counter. 11 Revolving chairs. C Dining Hoora Chulrs 21 Dining Hoora chairs Refrigerator Cort ee urn Two urns Urlddlo Iron Stove TEAMS CASH large Cook flange Two Steam Tables A very Virge lot of llncfjiim Cash llcglsu-r Roller Table Cloth, Matins Fruit" jare Knites, Forks and Spoons All kinds of dlslies CooklPs Utensils and other arti- cles Too uumerous'to mention. GUS NEIDIO, Auct. The Contest Office In tile Acadia Block Will Remain Optn Until About Ten O'clock for City Country May Mail 7htir Last List Any Time up lo Midnight Monday and Get The High Vote AUCTION SALE Of Household Furniture Corner loth Street and jth Avenue South, on Tuesday, November 18th AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M. FRANK WADDINGTON Is favored %rilh instructions from Mr. C. A. Stephens to sell by public auction and without the contents of Ms well furnished residence. Set of Dining Chalri in early English Oak; Early English Oak Ruffot; Dining Table, to mutch; Splendid China Cabinet with leaded glass front; DOHERTY PIANOFORTE IN MAHOGANY CASE; Inlaid Mahogany Ladles' Seerelarle; Mahogany Settee-, upholstered In silk Tapestry; Ladies' and Gent's Chairs to match; Sectional Book Cases; Occasional Chairs and Tallies; Ottoman Ixmnge; Morris Chair; Long Racked Mission Oak Rocker; Deo Axmlnster Rugs and Carpets; Quarter Cut Oak Dresseis Stands; Gent's Chiffonier; Wheeler Wicox Drop-Head Sewing Machine; Beds, uprlngB and. hair mattresses; "Favorite" Range by Findlay Bros.; Kitchen utensils, china, glass, crockery, pictures, etc. Owing to Uie large number of lots, this sale will commence promptly at 10 o'cock In the morning. Thu heavy' furniture will be sold In the afternoon. The- Auctioneer respectfully a prompt attendance'. Terms will be accepted on the Pianofoite if desired. vole is still soaring. T1A- leader loJay has almost 175.000. A nomination today. It's r.evcr too late to start a'ic-r fcnjlhing so good as a slice of the Herald's pie. The vole IQ tin- lapcr may represent all or a vorlioa o( Ibe votes a candidate has. Make your own guess. Tlie tush distribution will be divided cs follows.at the close of the con- test, December 1st Be sure jou get your share. No favorites In this con- tost. Votes alone will bring the Candidate with most votes, sets J 1.000. The candidate standing EC-cond, Thi Iblrd one gtts J 125.00 soes to the fourth. An even J100 for the fifth. Sixth, J50.00. Seventh, (10.00. Klghtn, S35.00. Ninth, Tenth, "525.00. All oilier active candidates -will be paid 10 per cent upon all subscription c'ollec'lons. AND DOH'T FORGET THAT THE VOTE VALUE OF SUBSCRIPTIONS WILL DROP AFTEH NEXT MONDAY. THE PRESENT SCHEDULE NOT BE EXTENDED. [HELADY.OFOSTEND ONE OF BEST OF... SEASON An innovation so far as the Ma- est-ic. theatre is concerned was the ntroduction of the curtain raiser, STANDING OF CANDIDATES IN THE HERALD SUB- SCRIdTION CAMPAIGN, According to Number of Votes Handed in for Pubication Up to Fri. Evening Nov. 14 French baron dispoilinp. hims'lf it the briny with" the. same fair one, fur nishes the means'of-bringing, about s'tuations which the author, Francis Burnarid; ol "1'unch" re nown, has made the most of. Koun. ihis he bas woven n comedy full o that pleasing fun which he was a master in producing. To the intention ot the playwritc ___p it would be superfluous lo say tha liawrcme llrough did Ml juslicr in a Carnage. The might U .laylet was llle means of giving lhe the-c'laracleristKS ludieacc a glimpse of that light com- commonly associakil with Ih: part n! in which Mr. Lawrence Brough j a Fr'cndi nobleman, Mr. Rrouch acd of introducing Miss -.Olga i fully abstained from the isir.e in a delicious and presented the Uaron de Longre- As a seasoned traveller, mating -.vilh tliat realism which added t ol the congenial circumstances, to the. many humorous situations Brough was in happy vein. Miss vhicli'feature'llo play. a Estnc, the'lonely girl'taking a His efforts were brilliantly second- afiway iourr.ey and having to put cd by the members of the cast which in with a male intrusion into her included Miss Olga Esme. One- end played the part with a all were m rapport with flic parts lelicale aud refreshing humor. All. (hey represralcd in making the most he foibles of her sex in a flurry were'of ihs.cdmbciy clement' to which they, uosl evquisilcly portrayed. The'lent themselves. N'olably amongst licce was a pleasing prelude to wereTJIr. Itule I'yot, as the un which succeeded in 'erranthusbanil Dick and day. Wherever the "Lady ol Ostenii" has ie.-n played by Mr. Lawrer.ce _ ,nd his company it has been descrlb- ing the "Lady of fjstend" deserves d as a "roarinc; and It praise. The iaslidious might pos- .foulci not bo too much to say that be inclined fo find fault with his vrrrii.ct was endorsed ly the au-'perhaps a HU16 excessive riotousness licnce who witnessed it last night, in the act where Ihc furniture oi the Corner Second Ave. and f.ighU bt. V cinematograph which depicts the: Pal receives some knocking about. I Mr. Alfred Hemming as Joseph Cad- bury, his Sather-in-laiv. As a piece of fine comedy MISS M. E. SIMPSON, Frank, Alia................-........... MR. CHAS. WESTLEY, 917 Slh St S.........................M8.500 MISS VEHTA PICKEL, 1312 Cth Ave. S.........'................ HISS ETHEL L. RAMSAY, St. Kirda, Alta..................... HISS MAYME McMAHON, Bsror.s, Alti........................ MR. WM. H. HINDLEY, Magralh, Alta......................... MR. WALTER OBORNE, 10Ui St. S......................... 1M.700 HISS ROSE MARKER, Alta MRS. E. ARMSTRONG, 937 13th SL MR. EDGAR SAIHS3URY, Cranbrock, D. f.iISS MAHY McCONALD, Alta..................... MR. EDWARD READ, Pincher Station, AlbErta............10J.400 MISS ETHEL SAUNDERS, 623 St MRS. A. B. PIPES, 4H 5ih Avf. S.............................. MRS. L. B. SPARKS, Raymond, Alia.......................... MR. GERALD DULMAGE, Bow Island, Alia MISS EVA MUTTON, 814 6tli Ave. S........................... MISS JEAN PATTERSON, CEO 6th 31. S........................ MISS BESSIE BEATON, 720 ICIh St. S.........'.'.............. MRS. O. H. BENSON, Diimmd City, FLORENCE SHAND, 543 19th'St. MISS LAURA TELFER, Ferule, B.C........................... MR. WM. ISAAC, Nobleford, Alta. MISS MAGGIE MOORE, 1731 6th Ave. S......................... MISS HELEN LEE, 203 6th Ave. S............................. MISS CLARA EJORKBLAD, 1220 5th Ave. S.................. 12 CHIEF MOUNTAIN, Blood Reserve, Macllod Posloffice.......'_.... 5000 THE SECOND PERIOD SCHEDULE ENDS NEXT MONDAY BUT THE CONTEST DOES NOT CLOSE UNTIL DECEMBER 1s! !CHURCH SERVICES ANGLICAN ST. AUCUSTIN'S CHUKCH Canon Murrcl-Wiight. rector, capadcs of a husband at Osteml Hut in its main enort lo give the au- Ma'ms 11 a.m. Holy Communion cv- vith the lady ivhich gives name' to diencc "a good tiir.e'Mhe play sfc-jr- O' Sunday morning at 8 a.m. he pljy, and likewiGC pictures a cd tbe object aimed at." I- Ihe eleven o clock service o' ney T. Bataford. Subject: "The Parable or the Unjust Steward." Ev- erybody welcome. Bring'your Bibles. N'o collection. LATTER DAY SAINTS CIIUUOII OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTFJl DAY 0. E Hall. lOlh St. S., near Y. M. C. A. 9.i5 a.m. Ofilcers and leathers raeev Ins; 10 a. m., Sunday School; 2 p.m A Woman's Hair i_J must be free from Dandruff HERMCIOE CO. A pretty woman way enhance her eauty and n plain woman become, .ood looking hy the proper care of icr hair. Nice hair, prAtty hair, growing on lie head It adorns, is ono ot imliiiVs ooaullflers. A condition of the hair whlcli al- s raakca look the second (Imc, Hie use of Newbro'n Herpl- l.V. and ls cordially Invited lo at- lend. SALVATION, APMV .Sctvitfs arc heln At the Citadel, Fifl.l SUCt-l, US a.m., Holiness meeting: 3 p.m., pr.ilse meeting, and 7.30, Salvation meeting. Week nlghis: Monday, S p.m., public meeting, led by sisters; Wednesday. 8 p.m., Soldiers' Thursday 8 a.m., Salvation meeting, Citadel band In attendance: Saturday, p.m., free nnd oiay CHRISTAOEI.PHIAivS CIII'tSTADKI.l'IHAKS 63? CHURCH OF CHRIST Labor Hall, every Sunday al 11 a.m. (or breaking ol bread. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S KIKST UJT11F.RAN OHURCll-Corncr 6th Are. and Fil- te.-nth PI. Hcv. (Irani, minister. Sunday, Nov. 16. No services, pastor PRESBYTERIAN KNOX Rev. A. G. Cameron. Public worship, 1 a-ra. 7.30 p.m. The minister will preach at both services. Morn- .nx subject, "Indifference." Evening, a continuation of the series on the Lord's Prayer. The Boys' Department of the Sabbath scliool at 2 p.m. All other departments ut 3 p.m. Morning anthem, "0 How Amiable" soprano solo, "O 1-ord lie Merciful" Mrs. Evening anthem, "Holiest Breathe an Evening nlesEing'1 (Mar- baritone solo, "Flee as a Mr. Fleming. Slransers and visitors arn always welcome. TOINITY CHWI1OH, Mr. .WiKrod C. Marsh, missionary in charge. Services, 11 a.m. and ".30 p.m. Sabbath school at 3 p.m. Sub ject for evening service. "I-cad Kindly IJshl." -Knsllsh class on Monday Tuesday and Friday, at 7.SO p.m. Jun lor choir practice on Friday at 7 m. ST. ANDREWS'PRESBYTERIAN Norlh A. C. Bryan Morning subject. I'arablc of the TalenU." In the evci In Taber. Sucday scliool at will be 3 p.m. METHODIST W.EST.MIN8TBR J. D. nancls, i 'Morning sublect, 'The Ascension." .Tunlor congregation, -Talking with Mother." Evening, "Persona! Work." Sunday school and Rlble classes at 3 p.m. All arc wel- come. 0. 11. Cobbledlck, paslor; residence, S20 Eleventh street South; 'phone Morning subject, "The Message of the book Jonah.1' Music: Anthem, "Rod so loved the Sullivan, and tenor solo by Mr. J. T, PetlB. Even- Ing subjtct, character iketches. "A Twelfth ft, A., K. Cth and Misunderstood Anthem, 7th llreaVlng nl dread, P.m. Kvenlnf! Ffrvlcfi 7.30 p.m. A lecture will.be dcllutcd by SIJ- Thc Radiant selected choruj by Ladles' Choir, and a tolo ng the choir will give a song ser- Ice, during which Mr. Ilryan will give brief addroas on "The Psalms' in Itiman Life." Sunday school at 3 m. BAPTIST FII1ST BAPTIST CHURCH, corner of Third avenue and Ninth street- lev. D. Ross, pastor. Services 11 a.m. ind 7.30 p.m. Strangers welcome. FIFTH AVENUE- 1. Elmer Green pastor. -Morning sub- icct, "The Preacher and the Youth." Evening subject, "Facts Regarding our niblc." The morning subject is cbpc- chlly lo Ibo boys and girls, but also for adults. There will be special sing, 'ng morning and 'evening. Sunday school at a p.m. A hearly welcome to ail ivho come. CHRISTIAN Hall. Rev. J. II. 1'ickel, pastor. Sun- day school, 10.30 a.m. Morning sub- ject, at 11 a.m., "Making Decisions." Christian Endeavor. 7 p.m.. and sub- ject at 7.30, "The Infallibly Safo Way.' All are welcome. GHOST-WALKING t Cause After yeara o! debAle medical au- thorities ara now agreed thai and olhtr skin ulscasii are not seated In tho blood, hut aro caused by my- riads ot microscopic germs, gnawing tho flesh jiisl below the epidermis. The patent Is perfectly liMllhy, It is only the skin thil Is diseased. Hence, eclentlsls arc now agreed lint you must cure the skin through tho skin. Tho medicine must he In Iliuld form, In order to penetralo fropeily, and wp can 'with con- fidence that we have tho true rarr, .tly in our storo-D. D. D. made by the D. D. D. Laboratories ol Toronto. If your Irouble Is eczema, jisorlasts, ?alt rheum, dandruff, tetter, plmiiles, (oini-ul or scalp form nhatever, ask ur moro about Ihls D. D. and alsr about S6ap, the git-at .skin J, D. Higinbotham fe Co.. Limited and Jtckion i Co., druggists. In a certain sense "ghost walking" Is distinctly n theatrical phrase. Ac- .ors, assembling for their salaries, 'requently pul lo one another tho aughlng query, "Does tho ghost Us origin is as follows: .Many years ago a manager had in Ills company an actor who played the part of the ghost In "Hamlet." If his salary was nol forthcoming on Satur- day morning ho eiclalraed: Then tha ghost won't walk to- with a great deal of dcterml nation In voice and manner.. His part was so indlspensable-tha1 tho manager Invariably acceded to bl: demands and g.vro hjm his salary, 1 Fs said that other actors In the com pany would wail about on Saturda morning uatU they received word b messenger that the ghost would, wall Tho Kronen fruit crop, except fo apples anil grapes is much bolow th average and Canadian fruit is In mand. Alex. Martin, who was lerribl burned by gasoline at Per? HUBERT lie new clly on the main line of the O.-T. r. Railway CENTRAL BRITISH COLUMBIA so slrateelcally located that it s in the centre of and commands he trade of the "wonderful rich and proven i agricultural Isnfls in the famous EULKLEY VALt-EY and also the surrounding mining districts i All other cities and town's in tho Bulkier Valley will he trib- utary to HUBERT. All branch lines from Uic main line of rail- way will start from HUEEIIT. [f The townsite is Ideally located In a bend of the Bulkley River and is Jree from swamps and with magnificent natural drainage. first offering of town lots Is now open to the public.1 5 HUBERT has behind it tho stme organization, the same systematic development, tho same, liberal advertising that placed FORT OEORGE on the nap and kept It there. Trains are now running to HU- BERT and the O..T. P. Station. Is bulll. Wrlta or call for mapt, plant, and photoi, AgenU Wanled Everywhere Natural Retoureet Security Company, Ltd. Joint owners and'solo agcnU.for George HUBERT TawMllw. HKAO OFFICE Vancouver (lock, Vancouver, B. C quette coal tplst at Blecbeim on Fil- diy, juccumbtd. Reliable and want- Aienls are making bis com- mbiloM selling loU In Willow Kly- ar Tffwnsite, located on. tha Qraiid Trunk. Paclflo HiUIiriy, which tlalms It will be one of thj moil Wrlto at for plaae, u -tm tarCKUIara to' lelflt Lind Tovrntltn LW, int owneis aid Solo Wtt- low Rlrir Vantoiirer B.' d.