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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 19, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE BUS TO ALL TRAINS. Ilofel [DGE MlLY HERALD I Quality and Price are Attractive C. W. GRAY'S "The Store That Saves You Money" A Splendid Assortment of New FraiU, New Canned Goods, Jams and Winter Now in Stock also have a load of Harvest Brand Calmed Ooods am] Jams ou llie way from Ontario, uhlch arrive wllblii tbe ten days. These goods are tbo very finest quilltj- ot goods parked in Canada, and we you all to try them when they arrive. Satisfaction is guar- lives a good and this year ir1.- data to have llie'dlsllnclion o[ having the flsfst appios ttat have teen brought into Lethtricge. Let us tr.or.- them to "you.. finest racked, same quality as what to the New York and Chi- cago markets. Price, per caso..... quality. tor eatiag or fui- ct'oiiiiis: very per fine tor eating price, per casa......... Grocery Dept 621 Wholesale Dept !Z THE GOOD COMPANY H'sh Groceri, Fruit and Con- fectionery. Retail PLAYING CARDS TALLY CARDS PLACE CARDS back Gilt Edged Playing Cards at 50 cents. See Window Display. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE NEXT LETHBP.IDGE HOTEL FIFTH ST. S. WKAIIIER thbritV, clear 19 Edmonton, clotdj- 22 30 Micsina, cloudy 35 11 Arthur, clovdy 43 2S -.02 Nelson 39 31 .11 .'Grand Porks'................ 3S 31 CaUaiy, fair 23 8 .20 Median; Hat, cloudy 33 IS Priace Albert, dear IS -I .20 Mccse Jaw. cloudy 36 15 Winnipeg, cloudy 25 24 .02 Kaailoops, cloudy 34 25 Teaticton............ 41 32..01! The weather has been mild in Manitoba and somewhat coMer west anil 'especially in the northern part. ScstfeieJ snowfalls have occurred. I FOKKCAST: Manitoba-Fair ard! moderately cool. Sasiatcliewiii aod local stiow or sleet, but generally. fair, stationery or higher tempera-i ture. CITY AND DISTKICT '.CASH IF YOU HAVE IT- CREDIT IF YOU NEED IT..., Alberta Outfitters The Red Corner Are' you coins; to send a Xmas present to the Olfi Coun- try? Then Tvliy not send a piece of Souvenir China, Tfliich wjll last a lifetime with have quite an assortment with TCaM'liotogiaphs of bc.tlv bridge "views. Coine j la and look around. A Chart Sermon A chart sermon on "The Golden Chain" wiH be delivered bv Key. J. B. >Picltel, at. the Caledonlar. Hall thts j evening.. All are wslcome at "Uiese special evangelistic services.'. North. Candidates A meetng which be of especial Interest to' Xorth Letbbridge.. voters, te lieM la St. Uarj's hall, Js'orth Lethbriage, nejt nben j canaitlatea frqrn that part of the city will-be allowed to" air their .'vleVs.': Burnt and Painted Leather Goods .AND Indian Beadwork We have-a large and fine assortment i-eather Goods in Cushion Covers. -Table Mats, Table Corers, Pipe Banners, etc. Indian Bead- work in. various designs. These all suitable Christmas' rem eminences IQ send to Olil Country friends. i." The Rd'Gross Drug CITY A XI) DISTRICT Be Sure and Hear the Judge His Honor Judgo JacSson wiil ad- dress the Board ot Trade- luncheon tomorrow. He bas chosen' a big broad'subject ot vital Interest: ''The 1 Merchant from the Consumer's Sland- lio'nt." The asks that all be on hand urornptly at 12.30. j Meeting for Mr. Atkln The committee In support ot Mr. P. Cuthbart -Atkln, candidate for the first commisslonershlp, zuiuouuce that they will hold a meeting in his behalt on Thursday night, at S p.m., In the Ihirgmaiin'a hall. Everyone interest- c'd In-tho welfare IE asked to attend- If Dominion Building Utbbrldge Sixth St. 5. i; FOR SALE PooiTaUes 'SECOND HAND, AS GOOD AS NEW. 'WILL BE SOLD VERY CHEAP. SEE R, W. Wallace .AT THE ARCADE Personal Mintlon R. A. Van Orman. ot Taber, is reg- istered .at tbe. Dallas. A. D. CooV, o! Taber, one ot the fa- mous Tcbcr Ij In tbe city Io4ijr oa business. H. Q. Barber, has charge of zeir "coajtructioa lor tlie C. P. R. 5oulh of Calgary, arrived in :te city Ibis go out to the Leth-. branch, "Where- tbe road fs being put fnlo shape for early traffic..' D. of Calgary, Inspector ot post offices, la In the elty, register- ti it the MONDAY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY 1 AT THE ..'i wrEUS Big Coming Henry Fennypacker, ;er of "The Pink wh'ch sp- prjrs iiere uest wetk, is In tUs city j today. This la "one of ihe com- j i-anies that has ever showa htro, car- j ryiug seventy people and two tari'.ads I of scenery. Mr.- Peniiypacker last In LathhrMRG tt-o yeais ago :a dramaliz.Ttion of osc of. Mario Cor- elli'a toott. lie has liardly been able tind any ol the 013 tand- or the theatrical game as it then. Mock Parliament Opened The. mock paTlIamuat at the T. 51. C. A. TVSS formally a bp'e.ncxl for the fceason last night, althougy'it can- hardly be- said that 11 was formal. There was no government, and conae; qusntly- when. his .the gov- ernor-general, the earl at Ptlncc Ed- ward Island, .read the speech from the throne he faced a bunch of legis- lator without head or -nut. of- course, a Email thlnj lite that didn't a mock parliament, and the speech .was debated in lively fashion, one or two of. ths younger members especially distinguishing- themselves' as orators. Mr. li. P. Wallace- acted as speaker a la except that he didn't threaten to one. After the speeches It was decided to organize In tToper style and Mr." J. B. Wilkie was called to the premiership. and Mr. will lead the lion. Mr. will be expected lo have Ms cabinet ready for. the neit sitting. WE HAVE FOR SALE An S-room fully morftrn houss, 6n Fifth A. Soulh Ihit we can ttll for S2700 .Wi TERMS) TO SUIT YOU. TO RENT Ca. Dr. Indian Root Pills noct'nr Btet the lietci wliicli to every family foira nidid'nt lie wily ire tlity tfTKtive ia it Cttn of COnitinatitm, bus (key help greatly hi Waking up a Cold or U Grippe by cleaning out tr.e Ati9m other comtr.on In tKc fullest oC the wordi Dr. MorK'ftlodon Koot Pilla'tre 47 Tonight Crusoe In 3 immense reels The feature they're all .talking about Digging a Well A case was triert In" Plslrict Court bsfore Judce JacXson this morning, which illustrated difficulty ex- rerienccrj at limes in striking a flow cf. v.aler In diHsr'ng a well. The Btyle rf cause vs. and the pwiies to the action reside iln the Sweet Valley district It aeems that {Jochrane gave a contract! j to tho firm of Gage and Whliaple'to j dig a well, and his In tares la to McFadden. After well fiad been sunk t2o feel, a bard spot was struck and a kinfe came, into affairs. McFsdden asked the privilege -t s'jbaUtutJng four, for Els Inch easing, rmt the de- refused, and the nctfon was cnlercd .to recover the amount p( Ha- hijUj- contracted to date. Judge Jaclc- son, however, refused (o coniider that i plaintEff was entitled to recover IH he had carried out the- terms of 1 contract which callM for a flow of' fifteen, barrels of water dally. His Honor aUo retused lo allow the sub- [atltutfon of four-Inch casliig. was enleriJ that ttit pfatntUf 1 carry out the contract, and ihen to t accnrding to the Icrmg- agreed on when tha contract was let. Our ot Gold Fish arived today: GOLDFISH AQUARIUMS (Gfobc) AQUARIUMS (Orjss Bam) AQUARIUM PLANT, FISH FOOD, ETC. ETC. J. D. Higinbotliam Ui The Store BulJhtad Got Thirty Dayi Phillip'- 'Bullhead, a Bloofl Indian, TTho pleaded guilty oh Monday' to a charge intoxicating liquor in-' bis was sentenced to tblrly. i in prison tucnt iu the bar. racis .wlthoul the, option of a j.2o aufl costs, or in default of paymenl.forthwllh, "30 additional days; in the" barracks, the terras to luu consecutively upon lallure to pay. High.ciait Attraction J In.; cqbfaeclion-- the .jreseat- raent'ol -'Ready. "Money" at the Ma.- 1 ft-iday and Saturday of this I week; wish it to te fully appreciated that the 4 production is the same in its .entirety 'present- ed before Queen Mary, "at ilie' Now Theatre, andvincludes among an otherwise cast, Mr. Robert--- pber, lonc'df America's greatest 'act- ors. -Tbe-'brJiiginE of first-class pro- Auctions the" city should be encotir- i and citizens on reviewing tha productions of the past, season, will appreclato. the efforts of the manage- _tnen_t_Jn_ their efforts to give the pub- Uc'oYtheCbesl. i Anxious to EsUblUh Market George -Wells, of Calgary i who Is Interested 'in opening a market here, is interviewing a number 6r Ihc busi- ness nie n'. of the cHy in that regard- He la endeavoring to "secure, from C. J. the congress auditorium .on the -Atbiettc.Parkj which he be- Hevea to :he a good location for a "markot. Mr. Wells Is optimistic re- garding the market proposition in Lfethbridge. He. tblnlrs this section should supply the major portion of produce' for tbe Pass mining camps, lii. the fruit reason could be the diatributtnp centre for fruH.for seventy-five miles aTOund. A working agreement could be enter- ed into, he thinks, with some of the fruit associatiocs In B.C., with that end "in !TV DIHTKICT Mr. Harrison Appreciated At a meeting of the Meihodtst church official board a un- animous call was extended the Rev. J. II. Harrison to return for fourth year. It U usual to; extend these In- vitations at the Frtruiir meeting, and the fact tbit It was done la vcmhcr fs evidence of the for Mr. Harrison's; services. His able" min- istry U Reception at the Y. M. C.'A, Prosramnws for the reception REPORTED THAT WOMEN'S CIVIC CLUB CAN'T LIKE MEN GROWN WHEAT MILLED WHEAT LABOUR .Do above suggestions apponl to you buying i'louvl Dp Quality ami Price appeal to you in making a selection of flour, when you aro buying-! If so, insist on using ELLISON'S "Our Best" Flour 11 Milling in Alberta by ELLISON MILLING AND ELEVATOR CO. Ph one 1393 or. 1492 an d 0 ur RepresentntiYC will call and measure your niul give you estimate of cost for storm sash, including hanging. IT Central lumber Co. It City. abyal Bank Building Phont 139J LETHBBIDGE, LetbrldgE Yard: 1407 3rd Ave. S. Phons '1492 For the Best Confectionery and Home Made Candy Go to KILLIEN'S LISTEN .Wa have tfeved lots .facing east In Block 115, for Eale, on a [aym'ent of a lot casrt and'the balance month. Here chance lo got Bomc ol the chotccat residence lota in Letfabrldgc on terms that anyone can handle. There are only a IOWA-ALBERTA LAND COMPANY SHEPARD BLOCK PHONE 651 That (here cm he a dirision among Rev. Mr. '.Henderion Now Chaplain jeng "N'othing bettor lias been pro in the list o'f appointments recently'by the Canadian miltlla Is the !3rd-.Alberta Hangers: to be chaplain with the honorary rank of the Rev.'-Harold Morion Ifenderson, of Claresn.olm. The New Vludevllle Policy ________________ ______ __ The. vaudevlilo, arid pictures pro- ladies as wtll as intn on roatters ol sented nightly at the Sherman aro municipal, politics Is evident II stor- deserving ot thp Mroiig support of all Civic club'are true. Kor two weeks j to rjuoje.ttie words of onp of. our clli- ladles bten gcn-iir.cly strfv'ing "to teach an amicable scttls- the organkat on would support in a solid htiriy soinc one liut, it seems some of the UUKIXKSS'LOCALS STOVD stove wood al- ready, cut. .Call .on Cdlzcn's F.umber "o., Phone ?M. J35 lEth Street North, The picture everyone (o nee the Bijou tonight, Cru- soe." carry on z slock of drj- Tjood, cut In stove lengths KM. per load delivered. Phons 3S2, 'mi'.m Lumber' Co., Ud., 13i jjth N SSS-0 Dry Htovo Wood, cut to U Inch ilcngtlis, delivered in jijc city for.J3.cri R load.. Ik-ckcr A li'hone 1384. aro no. bcmg prfnted. One Blanco cc with to man, a pieaasnt ovsalngs enter. (IS is ,in (hc lifnrasnl. First there be div- jfot all lady voltrs ty any loi! and awlmralng cihibitioos, an .In- ,ntans women's Civic tpectlon of. the bowling alfeys in op- the in cM) of the- rooms In Inrnly li'tcly ttat those the! dormitory, fvtanaslum outside iwlll to so. The lakes' vote hy the senior clnea, and siitr-fevcn. Uicrelote lie a Irct for'all. bpys in dTlll and wand work. A splen- gome ol the it is said, did musical, programme will nia'ilrjg a house to IIOMO ci.iviss heard in the auditorium, the astvlng fc.r 't'liei support o! .the ladles. of refreshments reserved tiDtll the last. Every citizen In la'lm-lled lo atcend. This Is an'op- portunity to see a real live Y. C. A. (n acdon. The opportunity may nol preccnl itself to you aiila. Make yourself the. committee's gueat for the evening, and thus sliow your .in- aenled in any ot cities In America." Tne prices are ccoptioDal- ly popular, daily matinees being given children 10 cents, adults 15 cents; and two distinct .performances nightly at 7 and p.m., children 2i adults 3S cents; and during Iho long winter months when, the public retjulre exceptionally, good enlertaln- ment, this house of amusement should he thc'resott of everyone desiring an dvenlng'a performance of the very best thn theatrical world offers., Shilohm ni fuHir rnfcfclr fcw Court. Am, hun witk. >m >hm .ie. anJ enerpellc agents want- are malting big com- missions selling lols In Willow Klv. il-r.Toriiiitc. located op the Pacific Railway, whlcli >laiiris H-will be ohe of tfij mnst CD IU inaln lino, Wrl_td at once tor map's, plans, ui Co. Ltd., .'t cithern sind'Salo Agonla Wll- "tow Itlver Towiiille -..tiV-7-..J, p. C. For Sale-Cheap Clothing and Furnishing Fixtures 2 Show. Cases, 10 it. each 8 WeiviWardrobes, suitable for store or home use, .1 Hat .Case, 1.2 ft, new McKelvie McGuire The Leading Clo'.hiers. Lethbridge. ;