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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Page 8 THE JjrniBRTDGE DAILY HERALD Saturday. November DON'T RISK YOUR LIFE or .the lives of your dear ones by wearing the wrong kind of footwear in bad weather. Thin and unsuitable shoes are res- ponsible for many deaths At this store we carry all kinds of shoos, boots and rubbers for bad boys, girls, and women. Come in and look over crni stock. Don't delay until the next wet day and come when it is too late. A stitch in time saves nine footwear as in every- else. POOT TOGGERY DIVORCE HARDER IN NEVADA New L'gislsiure to Enact Law Re- quiring Residence of.One Year-' Nev.f N'ov. has elected aoi an ti-divorce legislature, and when the session opens in Jan- uary ail amendment to the present divGTce measure will be presented fix- Ing the period residence ai one year. The.divorce.advocates suffered their greatest defeat in Reno, '-when W. D: Jones, the father of the celebrated time-lock divorce law, ivas overwholtii- Insly defeated'for state senator. .Tones received the nomination on the demo- cratic ticket without opposition, and no republican opponent appeared. Jones had the field to himself until a bewhiskered farmer from outside Reno announced himself as an inde- pendent. His candidacy was considered joke, hut he was elected by a rousing majority. A3 the returns came in from the other parts of the state it was more than evident that the next legislature would be anti-divorce in complexion, and will enact legislation fixing the period of residence neces- sary in Nevada before starting divorce proceedings at one year instead- of six months. Raymond up 'Against Peculiar Problem-Congress is Bringing Results Raymond, Nov. Haymond electors are protesting against the v requirement which says that la to vote in the next municipal election, a ratepiiyt-r must be assessed at least This is one of the trovisions of the now Act, which Haymond has adopted for the carrying on of the business of the town. Raymond has a population of some IMi) or 1700 people, and out of number only about !US names ap. pear on the voter's list. The difficulty is being experienced i matter of getting candidates to stu for the mayoralty. Only about a (1 en have the property reqniremen Five hundred dollars is the sum for tho office of mayor. The r-rob bility Is that another assessment be made whereby the value of all pr perty anywhere near the requireme will bo raised to meet the clause the act. Thare were one, or two knocke; who claimed at tlu tline Rayniou first suggested putting in a displa at the Dry-Farming: Congress thji the thing was not worth the ind that.the publicity io be saiue .hereby was almost nil. A visit t the office of the Secretary of th Board of Trade would easily convinc all .such that the latter charge is east false. There is now on the ta hie of the office a deluge of corres pondence that-will take many days ti nswer in any satisfactory 'way. Ray mond falls down in not having anj omplete booklet of data regarding he town which could he sent out in nswer to such enquiries. The ab UTdity of the first statement can be etected in a survey of. the questions sited., The correspondence is not rom real estate dealers about the rice of land, nor from curious folks siting about Henry Holmes1 Marquis wheat, but from men interested.in ag- riculture, and looking for a place to locate. Something should be done to collect the information necessary and to have it put in a booklet for careful and judicious distribution. The shocking social, given last night In the Oddfellows hall, by. the Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian Church, was a great success both nu-j merically and financially. Rev. H. W. Toombs. B.A., was chairman, nnd contributed to by .Miss Done, of New Dayton; Miss Jenkins, of and Miss Young, of Raymond, in vo- cal solos, with Mrs. Toombs and Mi's. Gordon as accompanists. Hov. ami Mrs. Toombs and .Mr. and .Mrs. li. A. Amos wore heard in two quartettes, with Miss Watson, of Stirling, us ac- companist. Miss Ktliellno Young, of Lethbridgo; .Miss Jenkins, and Mr.i -V. ilillls, of Milk liiver, gave read- ings, wlilru greatly pleased the audi- ence, llr. is a leader of rare ability, and his many appearances were all encored. Tile ladies of the Aid provided rofreahmiMits, nnd a very nlpasant evening was spent. The re- ceipts from the stockings amounted to over and will go into th general fund of the Ladies Aid S ciety. Dr. .7. T. Ferguson, district superii tendcnt of missions for the Prosbj terian Church in the Presbytery o Macleod and Kootenay, was a vfslto to Raymond on .Monday of tills week Dr. Ferguson Is making his first tri through the Mormon missions of th church, and has mado his Itlucrar correspond to that of Dr. Tory an Mr. Boss. He has "attended the pub lie meetings at which they spoke, and at Cardston took the evening service !u the Presbyterian Church last Sim day. Tho superintendent 'was favor ibly impressed with the cordial treat ment accoi-ded him. and is to visit Raymond again, later this fall. you go into a store to buy a pair of gloves or mitts, don't ask for just gloves. If you want to get the full worth of your money and a guar- antee of satisfactory wear, tell the dealer you want Guaranteed Gloves J: E. Ellison, manager of the Knight Sugar Co., received on Wednesda. fire from Lay ton, Utah, to the effect hat his mother, Mrs. E. P. Ellison, as dangerously ill, and asking him o yo at- once. Mr. Ellison had only. few minutes to get ready, but caught he southbound train at Stirling. Yes- erday morning Mrs. Ellison followed Misses Elizabeth and Beatrice. [o word has been received of the ill 'Oman's condition. Mr. Ellison's go- ig away is at a critical time in the irapaigii-'of sugar boiling which is ow on at "the factory. The run will e over in about a week. Warranted to jfivo satis- feclion or a" new pair frao EVERY pair of H.B.K. guaranteed gloves is made from the finest gradf oftoueh horse-hide, specially tanned by the H.B.K process to give EXTRA WEAR This process thickens and plumps the and makes it pliable and elashc. You can WASH a pair of H.B.K. guaranteed gloves and they.will dry out soft and phable.. They are specially, made to stand hard knocks and give extra service No other glove can compare with them for toughness and worth-of-the-money Every pair is tested and inspected before it leaves the factory, and is built for honest service to the wearer That is why we authorize every dealer to make good for every pair of H.B.K. norsehide gloves that fails to give perfect satisfaction. Be sure to ask for H.B.K. gloves. This is yctlir. only safety in glove buying. The Hudson Bay Knitting Company Canada's Expert Glove Makers MONTREAL acted with great acceptance. The mu You should insist on an Overcoat ma makes you as good as it looks Tailored Overcoats are of this standard always. The exceptional materials are tailored T if 5 perfectly. Style and finish seem far m excess of the price you pay. 315 SIXTH STREET SOUTH Exclusive itsigm of Hir, nr.w Season m display At a meeting of the Adult Biblo lass of the Presbyterian Church eld-in the church" last night, a new unmittee, under the name of "liter- y" was-added, -with F. Speakman as airman. This completes the list w, witii Mrs. Tait as chairman of e social committee; Mrs. R. A. Am of W. McD. Tat: devotional. The-next meeting wil. Wednesday, 20, when a votional topic will :be takyn up. Dr J. S. W-ray :is president of the class and P. Speakman Bible class teacher. A social evening will be held on No- vember 27. R. Harvie has been at Loth- this we-ak, attending the meet- ings of the Handlers' Commission. Mr. Harvie is president of the South- ern Alberta Wool Growers' associa- tion, and was one of the prominent speakers before the commission. notices which he is serving on de- liniment taxpayers. The council is driven to extreme measures in the collection of a few accounts. Tuesday, November 12, to Air. and Mrs. C. F. Tollstrnp, daughter. The corner of First, street and Broadway has received a thorough! cleaning, and henceforth the rubbish! OBJECTIONS LIKELY REMOVED TO CONSTRUCTING 3COO-MILE RAILWAY IN CENTRAL AFRICA l-ondon, Nov. The plan of con- for d tenants of tlie Security Block is car-! Central" Africa has been revived by ried across the road to be burned, and added to this are the tin cans and other refuse from the Cosy Corner Cafe. 'The corner lot has been In a the conclusion of The plan was originally years ago by a firm of London con- uie corner lot has boon In a tractors and leiiijinccrs, but had to rather bad condition, and the marshal! abandoned because'of differences has had it donned up. A dance is to be held in the Knight Academy a week from tonight, Fri- day, November 22. the proceeds of "which will go to purchase a diction- ary for the aca-dem'y. H. S. Allen aiid F. B. Rolfson are in .Montana mjek. looking after thc shipping of five carloads of sheep which they purchased there last wetk. They are expected homo today. 'liss Hone and Mr. H. P. Morgan, of the staff of the: Canadian Hank Commerce, at New Dayton, wore vis tors in It ay mom! ou U'ndnesdav guests of Itev. and Mrs. Toombs Die Manse. 7 Miss of Stirling, and Mi T. M. lliliis, of Milk Hlvcr, were guest if Mr. and .Mrs, W. McD. Tail, o Wednesday nighl, Hofh were takin; part, iu i.ho stocking social in Oddfellows' hall. Owing to the absence from towi of II. S. Allen, F. n. Kolfsou and Ja Hawkins, all members of the 'row- Council, no meeting was held Tuesday night. Council was to have met lo consider amendments to the license bylaw. Win. Smith, of Kim; Bros., Lid., is still nursing his ajiratncd wrist, the result of a recent fall from a saddle horse. Don Skouson, whose arm was am- putated (wo weeks ago In a thresh- er engine, la now oul. again, feeling 'ts strong as ever. It. wan only nix days after tha accident till Mr. Skou- aon was walking lo tltc doctor's office to have the wound 'rlroasccl. Sec rotary Wrhlo this week showed tlio Herald scribe a biuicb of distrosai twee-n the Bey of Tripoli and the Sui- tan of Turkey. At that time the pro- ject was favored by the late King Humbert of Italy. The success of theW.indertakins is conditional on thr raising of a capital of fifty million dollars and the con- sent of Italy, France and' through the territories of which the proposed railway will run. A London capitalist who w.aa iu-j t-erested in the original seiieine de-! thai, both the canifal fuul the consent will -bo fortlicoining. as liue would provide for tho great, com- mercial interests of Kurope a ready access to the most fertile regions of Central Africa. Starting- from tbp cily of Tripoli the line will Ihron-'h to Tibosti and tbencc throush thc French ter- ritory of Darfur. 1'rom there it'will lake a southeaslern rout.? to the Stanley Falls near Lake Tanganyika, where it will join the Cape to Cairo railway. It will act as a very import nut feeder to tho latter line. Tin JoiiTiiey from Europe to Central Af ricii will take one week and the traf flc over such a line would bo euor mous. HOISTED THE WHITE FLAG Belgrade, Scrvia, Nov. Turkish force hoisted tho white flag and surrendered to thvi Servian army near Jlonastir yesterday. Thc Ser- ,iaus attacked the Ottoman troops at Debromira, about five miles to the lordieasL of Monnstir, and in spite of l Balling firo succeeded In dislodging .he Turkish advance pests from their strongly entrenched positions. Thc Turks rclreated, and were pursued as ar as I ho village of Morahl, close to Mouastlr. liy the Servians, who sur- ouni'led them and the white Hag was loisted In surrender. Learn now of Hosiery Really -Fauit-Fre.e! Let your next hosiery purchase be Pen-Angle. Examine these perfected stockings or socks closely when the clerk shows-them to you. Notice the utter absence of the clumsy, troublesome seams you have been wearing. Hold them up and study how the shape has been knit info the fabric dragged into shape as in all other hose. And then, when you wear them, sec how snug and neat they fit shape-retaining their method of manu- long-wearing our exclusive knitting process makes it sure your hose will you cease casual buying and demand only 79 FuU-Rishionod Sonmless Penmans Limited PARIS, CANADA Unchrwcar, Swunlurct Elosiary Strong, durable brace, simply constructed; guar- anteed absolutely for 365 days. Adjusts to every move of body! No safe. Name "E243" stamped on buckles. Refuse imitations. 50c at dealers, or postpaid for 50c. THE KING SUSPENDER COMPANY Toronto, Canada ;