Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1915 T H If L E 'I' H li RIDGE I) A 1 1, E S'A L O PAGE FIVE We Are Headquarters For Winter Season Footwear Now is the lime to make yoiif sclce- lioii of VViirni Winter Footwear from our lur.ye slock, while the assortment is complete io till makes, and sizes. We can suil you with heavy thick wear, suitable for outdoor work, or lighter 'urn! for indoor or outdoov foot comfort. DROP IN AND INSPECT OUR STOCK OF FELT BOOTS OVERSHOES FELT SLIPPERS RUBBERS OUR STOCK OF TASTY UP-TO-DATE GENERAL FOOTWEAR IS VERY COMPLETE AND WE KNOW WE CAN PLEASE YOU. HUFNER NEXT MERCHANTS BANK ONE OF TIf DBSTItQYKU IN ON LONDON Mason Risch Pianos FROM FACTORY TO HOME Twenty Branch Stores j HEAD OFFICE AND FACTORIES, TORONTO.'' Music at Yuletidei Turn "back your thoughts to your jollleat Christmassos of the paat. They were FULL of the brightness .and gladness of Music and song. MUSIC! That's one thing inseparable from the Jollity, the wholesome merriment of the. Chriatmastide. one essential element of the. informal good time I Don't you see that if foring MOSIC into your homo made this Christmas merry! .THE! MASON CONFERS. THE GIFT OF -MUSIC! It bestows ou every member of tlio Household the ability to play! Let the Mason. Play- er-Piano bring Music Into YOU'R horns this. I Music, that shall the joy and happiness of, the .Christmas season throughout this year and years and years to come1 MASON RISCH LIMITED 405 FIFTH STREET SOUTH, LEfHBRJDGE Cranbrook Police Investigation Closes Cranbrook, B.G.; Nov. McClure, the St Mary's Prairie ranch- er, was In town, on Tuesday. He re- ports having finished threshing'; on Mondsy -with very satisfactory re- The of .reviaion In respect Id the provincial list was held yesterday at. the government -build- Inge, Only a few changes Tvere made in the list. Dr. McKeuzIe and A. T. Lucas, Sprague, Wash, mining men arrived in the city; yesterday, to confer .with workmen In reference to work to be carried on-during the -winter mouths at Perry They left today for Sprague F. G. Miirphy, junior partner of the Little' K foMDEN CANADA Mako1. itie cheeks bloom 10 BE SHOT Hritidh offieuu photos show result ot JSepp raids. Picture is a ruined homo in the suburbs of London. The bomb vent through the window and kfiled two children and injured father and mother. Stand Up Under Competition And Show Your Fighting Spirit Salt Lake City, Utah, Nov. eph Hi J'i strom, convicted of the mur- der of John G. Morrison, a grocer, and his son Arling, was executed by shoot- ing at the State penitentiary here, to- day. Under the Utah law he Vas al- lowed to choose 'between shooting and nangiug. Beattie4Murphy Co., who- lias !been at- tending the hearing of the Black Dia- mond' Oil Co. at Ca'igary this week, returned home today Price Morgan, the Cranbrook mil- lionaire, will be -leaving shortly tor the old land. He is responding to the call of Empire, and is.going "to assist with, the manufacture or munitions He will return, to Cranbrook after the war. The police investigation being con- ducted here by Jnspector Wynn of Vancouver was brought to a close yesterday. The Cranbrook: public anxiously waiting: for an announce- ment, but so far the matter has been Kept hushed..up, W. B. Bardgett is in receipt of a communication from the livestock commissioner enquiring as to the prospects of securing more-horses'for Jie remount department from this dis- trict. Cavalry and artillery horses are required. Mr. Bardgett-is busy this week getting IIL touch Tvuh thy owners of likely animals F. C. Robinson and E. F. Brierly left on Wednesday for Jfedicine Hat; hav ing been transferred there for three months by the C.P.R. The King Lumber Mills Co .ire mak Ing arrangements to logging :amp No, 5. Present plans'are to open No. 2 mill for the season's cut, which will run about three million, feet; Some thirty men wilt be employed. '6 make a success in the Herald subscription .contest requires grit. IIovv far would a merchant get if he said to himself, "I don't expect to [succeed because my opponents sell the same line .of .goods 1 am offering and I'm afraid he'll get all the And he" will "get all the trade unless coniplaiiiUig .merchant goes after good salesman- ship 'aiid advertising. Subscriptions- not come un- sought. matter how popular a candidate won't win j alone. Wo have in mind a little inci- dent that happened in the present contest. A pertain institution was I canvassed by-'phone and the promises of two or-three old subscribers se- 1 .later collected. Another the same place and carried on" six subscriptions. Do j rou the point of candidates will g( I dibcouraped he cause of of thi. other Ii a yho can't stand com- pfitition approaches i prospect ind askt. foi a subscription after this fashion, "I'm now, for So- and-So has me..skinned a mile al- LEAVE FOR FRONT Vancouver B.C., Nov. is an- nounced: that the 54th Battalion has left Vernoa en route fort the trenches. A pavement in London ma.dr of blocks surfaced with rubber has given excellent sen ice undei heaiy traffic for more than a more, people with chest and throat troubles bave tried to cure them by ponrine cough syrups, lung toaics and the like into their stomachs. All a mistake! The way is different Peps ate tablets made up of Pine extracts and medicinal essences which when put into the mouth turn into healing vapors. These are breathed down direct to the lungs, throat and bronchial tubes not swallowed deqtn to the stomach, which notaiung. Try a 50c box of Peps tor your coIM, your cough, bronchitis or asthma All druggists and stores or Co., Toronto, will supply CALGARY Calgan, Not 18 Calvary Heiald in an. editorial sajs Letn- bndge hoaid pf trade ii> aitcr the grain commission and got ernmcut agaitt for an internal storage eleva- tor .and .it-must admitted that j uith the bumper south country crop 01 this year members o! the have good argument to back their plea A SAMPLE OF THE BALKAJS FIGHTING GROUND Photo UnigariaTi troop) (n a weiintniti at whtu (he sUti) iaioijs coueoiitraled, ThiB Is'on. i he _M- NO ALUM Sixty Years the Standard vators of (lie sou ill country will be commission is ivell timed. The object fillf.Ml.up anil tlid'c Kill br- a .shortage j lesson of the season was ton gond t.n of cars for long disianw hauls. It. is i pass by and it inav ho that the vonj ueli iouiKk'd fear, and, if future i spoken its accompanying years are to produce anything Hkis l the crops 01 this rear in Southern Alberta, something tiavr. to by the government to make ne- oe.ssary provision for economically handling them for shipment t-hc privately owned clo- Whatcver the immediate result may ustration, will bear good fruit lat- er an. At any rate we stmuld hopu be the present appeal to the In a book for children invented bv a Minneapolis man pictures ot als jump oul, .a a life like manner as the pages are turned ready, but I'd .like your subscription do you think the subscrib- er would fall over himself to support such a poor sport. Not for a minute. Send iii your subscriptions at least once a week, and.fight until the last minute. Application every day for. territory where candidates may soli- j cit. It-is wonderful and fine "distant pastures-" look. This office can not suggest where candidates may go if feel that their own field is ex- hausteu. We will say this much, how-! ever, look over the list of candidates, j If ypu find, a name with no more j tfchau the nomination is, 5000 down on that place if you wish. who has not made progress in three weeks and i a half likclv never will become an active candidate. j A'otes will be published again to- morrow, and the. limit is over the high vote of last Wednesday, or a a totaJ 01 Cominentung nevt Tuesday the restraint on noting will be removed, and the list be pub- lished three times a Thursdays and Saturdays. The hulk of tjie crop ot the south district thii year is, bo the Lethbndije men saj, south ot Oko- toks and lor all this immense amount of the Calgarj storage toi is for the reason that, ireight charges otpi the railways maU it imppsfciblp tor the farmers to use it li the wheat growers ot the bouth government storage lor then crop must ship to Moose Jaw, which 15 some hundreds of miles distant Uhe fear ot the south farmers is that before Ihej get their crop icadj TH-E VICTROIrA AND THE 5 Mrs. Doctor since we gofc our Victrola, our home seems a dii'- I'evcnt place. doctor's life Is so liurried and busy that regular hours arc impossible and no plans can be made. "The Victrola, however, Is always ready, and we spend, many delightful hours as opportun- it> affoids My favorite artist is Alma GlucK and I simplj adore hei recoid, oE 'My Old Kentucky 'When other ladies begin to talk about their musical evenings or.dances now, I do not feel 'out of have tliem ourselves. It's won- derful what excellent ten-inch, double sided Victor Records you can get at 90 cents each." Victrola XVT. In Mahogaipy or Oak, Circassion Walnut Tbe whicli all. musical inatru- ,moats'; are judged, Other Victrolasifroni ?2L to ?400 (on .-ea'ay payments, if .at any "His Master's Voice" dealer in any; town or city in Canada. Write lor free copy of our 450 page Musical 6000 Victor Rec- ords. GRAMOPHONE CO. LIMITED 143 bKNOIR STHEET :MDNTBEA1, Dealers in every tovyn apd city ONE PRICE FROM CO AST'TO COAST Be sure and loolf .for this trade mark.. Vjctoi in Home Products Mason Risch, Limited 21 WESTERN BRANCHES. Phc.ru lit.