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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Vovcnibcr 17, TTTE DAILY HERALD Pace 5 STANDING OF CANDIDATES IN THE HERALD SUB- SCRIPTION CAMPAIGN, According to Number of Votes Handed in fof Pub'icalion Up to Fri. Evening Nov. 14 MISS L. RAMSAY, St. Kllda, Alia-...........' MISS MAYME McMAHON, Barons, Alia......................'.. MISS ROSE HARKER, Cardston, Alia MISS VERTA PICKEL, 1312 6th Ave. S......................... KISS M. E. SIMPSON, Frank. AltJ............................ MRS. E. ARMSTRONG, 937 13tli St S......................... MR. CHAS. 917 Sin St S......................... MS. WH. K. KINDLEY, Magralh. AIU......................... MR. WALTER OBORNE. 10lh SI. S......................... MR. EDGAR SAINSBURY, Cranbrook, B. MISS MARY McDONALD, Slalrmorc, AIU..................... MR. EDWARD READ, Pincher Station, MISS ETHEL SAUNDERS, 823 10th SL S............. MRS. A. B. PIPES, 5th Ave. S.............................. MRS. L. B. SPARKS, Raymond, Alia.......................... MR. GERALD DULMAGE, Bow Illand, Alia MRS. 0. H. BENSON, Diamond City.................... 64.500 MISS BESSIE BEATON, 720 10th St. S........................ MISS EVA MUTTON, 8K 6th Ave. MISS JF.AN PATTERSON, 650 6th St. S........................ MISS FLORENCE SHANO, 343 1Sth St N.................... MISS LAURA TtLFER, Fernle, B.C........................... MR. WM. ISAAC, Nobleford, Alia........................ MISS HELEN LEE, 208 5th Ave. S..'............................. MISS MAGGIE MOORE, 173! 6th Ave. S............. MISS CLARA BJORKBLAD, 1220 6th Ave. S.................... CHIEF MOUNTAIN, Blood Reserve, Ma'cleod 5000 THE SECOND PERIOD SCHEDULE ENDS TODAY BUT THE CONTEST. DOES NOT CLOSE UNTIL DECEMBER FIRST ONLY TIME CAN TELL WHAT PERCENTAGE OF CASES CAN BE TOO SCARCE MRS. JOHN JACOB AS i The finest picture taken of ihe her husband went down wllh the Titanic. since WANT HOTEL LICENSE AT DUNMORE Medicine Hat, Nor. A raeetlns of the Board of License Commission- ers was held here, The application of Frank Etter for a license for Uie Al- oerta Hotel at Inrine was nd. Plans ware. pieced before Uie lion to tlie This l have to hoard showing an 18-room brick addi- be completed before the first of 3Iay. The application of Kb'olcross Bros, for K lice-iue at Eonmore was adjourned to December 5th to give the applicants mi. opportunity to show the board that there la neod of a license at Dunmore. conclusion CHOOSE IISHOP.IN JANUARY of First Meeting at Syne-d c DioceKe Edmonton the ar- FORT STEELE MAN ELECTED PRESIDENT FOR DISTRICT FOR DR. KING C-ranbrook, I! C., Nov. the SENTENCES AND ARRESTS AT PAY DAY AT COAL CREEK riral ot a decision whereby a special ab5rncc rrom thc city for -three Synod of the Diocese of Edmonton ic called to order for Ihe election monlhs J' M' Ur' I bishop, on January and Kay KM has teen appointed by tie tho adoption of a complet- city council as acliuj city health ol- the organization oC the diocese ficer. Feraic, B. C., Nov. A. son, roadmastcr Great Northern rail way, accompanied by Mis. Larson spent Friday Saturday ia For me. W. n, Smith'and Hohert Campbell were up before- Judge on Chicago, Nov. ol rad- um has prevented n thorough lest ol vhat Its properties lay before according to the report of the Ilink'al Congress of Surgeons in G03- !on here, by the caiicor campaign com- intilev. This couiratllee, organized to combat cancer by spreading informu- lon loading to treatment of thii diE- easo as il manifests itedf. reported the educational campaign ot last year carried on by the American So- lely for tlic Control of L'oacer. "Only time will tell whal percentage of Ibe cages can he cured with nul- um." Ihe report stales. "In ihe mean- tad. Ihe public should be informed hro'Jgh every possible source that early surgical the est chance lor cure." The surgeons who have reported the best results Iroio radium still urge -arly opera'lion whenever possible. "Fen- surgeons ill this country have radium to give il a ihoioiigh .ost. II has appeared thai extensive doses have sometimes cui'jd when smaller amounts have had little cded. I Is suggested that rpdtum should bi- standardized to eliminate variations iti 3 strength." Popular articles in magazines, rig- idly through newspaper lectures, be- fore women's clubs, iu factories :uid elsewhere, have effective through out the year in spreading Information on cancer. Presenl death statist'irs on the scourge are of questionable value, It Is cai'd. "Seventy-five thousand persons in the Uniled Slates -will die of cancer in 1513." said Frederick L-. Hofluiaun, ol Newark, N. J. "The death rate is S.6 per cent, of the total mortalily of per- sons ovjr 45. reflficl merely better diagnosis and death registration and it is not worth while arguing if cancer is on the in- crease until we have complete and accurate Importance of early diagnosis and surgical treatment was unanimously DOMINION SQUARE The high class residential district, North Lethbridge Lots and up Easiest Terms MITFORD CO. TURKISH STATESMAN DEAD Rome. Nov. despatch from j Larnaca in the Island of CypMis, tavs Kiainil J'asha, vc-lcrau Turklsli uian, bas died thtre. GOING TO FOREMOST iGrar.fiy l-nko John Robert son, wLo has lieen one of Grassy lake's mosi ciite; pris- bufiineSa uifen Tor ovyr fo'Jr years, lakir.e; :uiO, pnvklug up. prc- jaratory to io Foremost where is las had a larye gcntral store since !abt Epritig. FREAM IS VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE GRAIN GROWERS Winaiyeg. Nov. A. Crerar effected president, of the GIOUOIE' Grain Company at the meeticg tJbis afteraoou. The otiitTo otliccTS arc: E. J. Kroam. first vicc-nrcBltlent; J, Kennotly, second W. Moffatt, sccretarv. The executive was, reflected and also It. .McKenzIc and John Morrison with men from Saskatchewan, F. of'Kilmoro and F. J. Collier ol Wt-lwyn. and finally with social visit to. Gov- j L.ourl 0, lvjn be held in Saturday for breaking into a b ernment House at the inyllafion of this day of "r on Ibe (II'.K. tracks, and each lhe reporl No oilier proccd- His Honor Lleut.-Gov. Ilulyea, the bcr lljwntss mid Aldermen received three months' hard lator. _......____ firet Synod of the newly-formed dlo- Chop, cose of Kdmonton'.was brought 16 a K. Chiily was arrested, formation received from Lethbridge adopting the report- N'o oilier proced- ure offers hope at present, it was de- clared. AUCTION 'Of Household Fitfmiitfe Corner i6th Street and 4th Avenue South, To-morrow, Tuesday, 18th AT TEfy O'CLOCK A. M. FRANK WADDINQTON Is favored witll insinuations from Mr. C. A. Stephens to public auction and without roftsrre, the contwits of his well residence. Set of Dining Chairs In early English Oak; Early English Oak Buffet: MntngTaMe to match; Splendid China Catiiuet with leaded SlaBE front; DOHERTY PIANOFORTE IN MAHOOANY CASE; Inlaid Mahogany Ladies' Secrctarle; Mahogany Settee, upholstered in silk Tapestry; Ladles' and Gent's Chairs Io match; Sectional Book Cauca; Occasional Chairs and Tables; Ottoman Ixjunse- ilorrla Chair; Long Backed Mission Oak Roclier; Con Furniture1 AxmlnsUir Huji and Carpets; Quarter Cut Oak Dressers and GSi3 Wlcoi Drop-Head SewiDg Mwhlne; Bed, spriofs and hair mitlresses; "Favorite" lian-e by Flndlay Bros.; Kitchen utensils, china, glass, crockery, picture! etc to the Isrsc number of lots, this sale will commence V> Iu tlle monllnS- The heavy furniture will In tho afternoon. The Auctioneer respeclfully roqussts a prompt Bttendanco Terms will be accepted on Ibc Pianoforte if desired. law will be submitted to the voters Dr. J. It. King, of. this city, has Lccn chosen or.e of the fotndsrs ol the .American; 'College. of, Su.rgejns, which will .be. equal, to.' the F. -mi j-irrHson, ol Gallo- waVi ace guests at the King Edw.ird. Hpgo, of Coal Creelf was to "the hospital on' Saturday sufTcring from appendicitis. S.-'of Unrtbn; and is an honor not .w. c: Oraharn'.'of Calgary, inspec- only to; Dr. 'King but one. in which (Of. o( customs, is in the city On of- Cianbrook may share.. f.cjaj hiisiMSs. Tlic'.-Allen-Players closed a yrry W; C. the Crows Nest successful- week's encasement at'.tho Trad'ng Co., has returned irom lhe ai'ditorium .Saturday nlsht-and left coast. the following day. for_ Lethbrhlgc.'. Mrs. Hobcrts and Mrs. Allen, of Cranbrook, on VVcdr.e-s-' Corbin, are visiting fiiends in Fcr- day, November" 12th, Frank nle. Leslie.'Parks was.'uhiiod In marriage Saturday pay uas a lo Miss 'Josephine' Harrison Kozers, fnr the mines at Coal Creek. Kev. WV Ke'nian Thompson 5'atriclc Hughes, formerly of lhe' 'he engineer was dead, a passenger via King r.uVard, leaves in a few days train was wTecXed and several othei to take o'-'tr tlic macago'mcnt ol iri the hotel at llillcrcsl. presence ol a1 fcvr 'invited newlywcds leit.on lhe afiemcoa COST ciTy'lionnn Irom there will it in Illioois, reluming home by. way FOR HIGH CLAIMS FOR AUTOMATIC SIGNAL SYSTEM IN CAB OF ENGINE Cleveland, Nov. years ago Carl Buhl, then 19, witnessed a. railroad wreck. An engineer of a switch engine had asked a tower man whether a certain passenger train had ibat point. rio Informed it had and pulled his engine on to the track. A few minutes later LARGE AUCTION SALE OF. A COMPLETE X RESTAURANT OUTFIT Will be in lots or complete on Thursday, November 20th Commencing at 2 p.m. sharp, 403 Round or Fifth Slreot, Opposite McKeown Hardware Store, comprising the following- large Urge back counter wllh mirrors. Fruit counter. 14 Revolving chairs. 6 Dining Iloom Chairs 24 Dining Room chairs Refrigerator Coffee urn water tirns Oriddle Iron Can Slovo TEAMS CASH i Cook Kangc Two Steam Tables A very large lot of Cash'Register Boiler Tablo Cloth, Napkins Fruit Jars Knives, Forks and Spoons All kinds of dishes Cc-oMng Utensils and other arti- cles loo numerous to mention. OU3 NEIOIG, Auct. AUCTION SALE, TO-MORROW, 18th HORSES 1 Hay Geldings, ngc 7 and 8 years. 1 team Orey Geldings, ago 8 and 0 years. 1 team rieldings, age 3 ,ind 4 years. ,7 Marts and Celdlngs age 3 to 8 years. 1 Sorrel Hbckney, age 3 years. I Shetland Pony, age 3 years. CATTLE 7 good Dairy Cows, should he In calf. 1 [jood Dairy cow, freih, years old. brood ROWS, lircd. .Waggans, .Buggies, and SALE AT THE LETHBRIDGE SALE BARN on Third Street South TRALE and HORNSSON, PHOPS. J. A. SMITH, Aucllbneer of California. They will reside ori-re- lurniiig 'CranbrooV on Pooley Ave. Cranbropfc, Monday, November '10th, 1913, lo Mr. and Mrs. lieo- llalwin, a da'-ighlcr. B. C. on Tuesday, November 1813, to Mr. anil Mrs. David liird.'a sou. Horn In Cranfcrook, H. C., on Wednesday, November 12lhj lo Mr. and .Mrs. II. llarr, ol Wasa, -a son- Horn in Cranhrook, 'H. C., on Thursday, November 13th, 1313, 13 Mr. and Mis. Guthrie, a son. Miss Dell of I'cmbrnVe, Is visiting her sister, Miss J. C. M. Dewar. I Tlic annual meeting ar.d election of ofTiccrs of Crsr.jrbok Uislrict Cnnservallve associalion-ivas held the Manning Mock' Friday eight and the capacity ot the club rooms was taxed to the. limit, about 150 meni- bcrs of the association hc'nj present. Tlic ciect'on of oncers all went .liy acclamation, in each, instance the holders ol.oftce for the past year all being for as fal'cus: President, T. T. McVlt- lic, oi Fort Stccle Vice-President, Dr. Uiitlcdge, nl Cranhrook Secre- tary, J. p. Fink, of Cranbrook, tils of praise for. the efficient work and gratuitous worV ot the oITiccrs dnr'iig the past year wcrd 'expressed by scieral of the members. At the close of lhe business meeting the members adioiirncd lo (lie spacious dininr, room at the Iioy.it hotel, where fa'.Its nr.d spread '-iitti the choicest of delicacies, and a most en'oratlc social lime was spent, there bejng many bright speeches and splendid music. Repre- sentatives of the party were present tram Fort Kteclf, Marysvilhr, Kimhcrley, H'yclifie, Jloylc, Wardncf, Kinjssalc ami other points. During October, the public debt ot Canada Increased ty In October, 1912, il dccreatod by Moos: Jaw. Nov. hopes of Moose Jaw securing natural gas have how been abandoned. The city has spent Ihe great-r part of and the flow of salt waler, which has been en- countered at a depth of 2330 feet, Is taken to indicate .that Dakota' sandstone has been reached According to the John Belle, the well-digger, Is pretty disgusted with the well. 3-in-Onc oil Rut the oil wiie las a! ways use {oi lubricating the action parts o( wrenchcs.brpce- and-bits and all similar tools. 3-in-One oil also keeps all cutting, plan- ing and ihjvhg edges bright sad jhsrp because DO rust can form'Yrrule they arc not in ax. It alx> end polkheJ ifi lhe wooden Al-'Ayi i few dropi ci oil o> nii oil rfcDa ret nvf Duch qukker joogrt llxltocil edfe. ftrrs were lost in the collision. The tower man had made a mistake. To- day Carl Buhl, electrician and Invent- or, has perfected what he belleves'to be the one complete, most important railroad signaling and safety device in existence. His Invention he claims, (lashes danger signals before the en- gineer's.eyes right In tlie engine cab fog or oilier bad weather conditions'will not interfere with the engineer getlSng all signals. An Ingenious contact device Is the key to the invention. In explaining his device, Buhl allows a miniature locomotive on a miniature track. A white light burns in tho Ungineer's cob as long as (he trao'it is clear for three "blocks" ahead. Another train on the track Ihnt distance causes a contact which shows a green light in the cab. Within three blocks of any break in the rails the contact flashes a red light In the cab. If for some reason the lights should not work, a bell rings aiitomallcaliy. Perhaps the most valuable part ol the invention Is srfjn when the cn- glncor dies or falls unconscious at his post If such Is the the (red or green light shows, tho brakes aro automatically thrown on when the train enters- the last block. Buhl has worked for seven years on the Invention and la seeking recognllion from the railroads. He Is considering placing his Invention bcforfc members of the Interstate Comnrjrcc Commls: slon. Ixradon, Women hurlei! hammers' nl the judge of the spssions court at the Old Hailcy to- day, wlien he sentenced Miss Ifr.chel Prarce, a militant suffragette, to eighteen nVonthsT imprisonment altci she liatl been found guilty by the jury of setting fire lo a mansion at llamplorron-Thamcs on October 4. Kour of the Hislurfcers were arrest- ed after a hatd. struggle with the THE ELECTORS Ladies and Gentlemen I hereby offer myself as a candidate for ihe Mayor- alty and respectfully solicil your votes and influence. I stand on my ten years' record before the people of Lelhbridge in public capacities, as President of the Agri- cultural Society, President of .the Board of Trade and Mayor of the City. In the case of the first two named, the records will show the progressive measures taken and the things worth while accomplished. As Chair- man of the ['arks and Boulevards Committee, of the i Council, I endeavored to make Lelhbridge a clean, beau- tiful and pleasant city. I claim.the Honor of having been Chief Executive' of Lethbridge during the most important, years of its. history. The people had decreed, that the .City should, spend over a million dollars for improvements in 1912, and the council did it. Right in the middle of the work the bottom started to sag out of the money market. There had been no nofe of warning. But the council finished the work in spile of this handicap, "and gave a dollar's worth of work for every dollar spent." A man who can give the city dollar for dollar when there is plenty of money to spend, should be able to make good, when (he money bags have to be jeal- ously guarded.. Such a man should be able to prac- tice economy and get the greatest amount of work done with a minimum of expense, whether il be new work 'or merely getting the best out of what we have. Should you honor me by electing me Mayor of the city :igain, I am in a position to give my whole time to the work and shall always, endeavor to keep Lethbridfe (he most promising city in Western Canada. GEO.M. HATCH UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE OF FARM STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS AT ONE O'CLOCK SHARP On Wednesday, November 19th Safe to be held on. the South-East quarter of Section 32, Township Range 22; 6 miles from Noble ilation, 7 miles from Dfamond City 8 miles from Klpp and In one of the bert centres of firm All mares bred to the horse. HORSES 1 Pair Matched Ha.y Gelrlinjs, 7 jeara old, 1300 1 Brown Gelding, 5 rcara old, RJB. 1 Sorrel Marc, 7 years old, tfoa. r- 1 Brown Mnrfr, 7 yenrs 1200 Tbs. 1 Black (Ic-WIng 4 re-arc old, 1200 Ibs. 1 Sorrel Jlare; 3 jcara old, 1200 Ibs. 1 firnde I'crchcron Horse colt, 1200 1 TJI'JO Marc, 3 years old. 1200 fts. 3 IHack Orfido Pcrcheron Stallion, rlE 1 Heart Mare, rising 2 years old, .1 Bay CleldhiB, 7 years old, I500 Ibs. IMPLEMENTS 1 IJaln inch, 1 Imperial Gang Plow I uaggon, 3H inch. l.N'ew Ideal SulVy Plow. 1 Weber Waggon, 314 Inch. 1 Mass'ey-Harrls Walking Plow water tank and pump all com- stubble breaker.' years old. 1 Black mare, 7 years old plcle. 1 IJonble buggy. 1 single bug'gr, polo nnil shafts. 1 Jlassey-IIarrls Binder, 8 (t cut 1 Deerlog Mower nearly new, 6 foot cut 1 Ilorso Rake, 12 foot 1 McCormtck Drill, 16 disc. 1 John Deere Sulky Plow, 18'ltt. bottoms. 1 set of Iron Itarrowi, nearly new, 1 Saddle and Bridle. i! double of loam harness. 1 stl Double Harncu. 1 Single set of cows, 1 heifer rising two old; all gooil grades brood aot.-s duo to litter about NOT, lOlti. CO chickens, 5 ducks, Hit) pfptons, 56 turkevB. plckB, spades'ahrt oiher'p.rllcles too numerous to meritlon. TERMS OF s'ums of and uncier cash; over this amount haircash. Twelve montnj credit on (urnlsliing joint notes-with Interest at 8 per cent on all ajnouatj" or 8 fer cent off for FARM acres all ani inter Ciiliivalloa. Terras down and .balance In thlrly days. Morlgtge to be LOiVCIlEON SKRVED.' PROPRIETOR, E. WHITE; School AUCTIONEER, 4. A. ;