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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 21, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Vi'iilay, November 21, 1913 THE LETIIDRiDGE DAILY HERALD Page 0 BUILDING WAS THRONGED WITH VISITORS DORMITORIES CAUGHT THEIR FANCY nnuiT mi i HAT bKANI HALL .mil C. P. R. Official in the City Make Even a Guess success ntttudeJ 'open' tight at the V.M.C.A., v.trn t'.e beautiful tuiijiui; was litrrally ati interested and tie- Sighted rroivd. The dormitory bojs lu-re liosls o! tht and certatoly themselves proud.' luofciuj after Ihr comfort ?nd enjoy- ment ol jUMts in iaultlfss nail- J.Ci. TU1 Hrst looked through Ir.c roojns, wliicli are iulcrestiiiR to oce, lia-s oot seea them Then the to'.vlius alky cannot bo charged telega in for liitjirction, many ol-ibt i maker of promises. He wakes none luir icx tiyiiig a h.'.ad at lie ijame. vlitn he can get out of it. and lie and Milh a practice jomc ol'a all own of kecpinj clear. 'tk'ni Mould be toultrs. I "all was In the lor a short Next tlitf awitniair-s the ce.v ;timc coining iu it? of interest, a number of young jfnjm Calvary over choking what can be ac- branch, and leaving for the eaat on in the water. Ilio local at 3.30. Seen In his private The dormitories ncrc particularly j car. "Ctiauiplaln." liy a .Herald report- Tlicro UKU thing Grant Hall, gen- eral ot C. P. Ii. irectcru The dormitories ncrc particularly j car. "Ctiauiplaln." liy a .Herald report- iiitercUiog, Ite rooms U'iog cosy and] or. Mr. Hall said lie'was only taking Many oE ihern with their; a hurried Irip through .the west. He ruv.s o! baoas, reading' lamps and had been ns far as Held and telephones suggested many an eajoy- j the di-lour that lie mig tie evening spent at home. [the more important termin The junior hoys held tho interested juig bell. He was not attention o! a large number of construction, he said. talors In the gyninisiuia and showed A fc- nb 1or, captained llie boys atd demun: slraled iha fact, that he is the right man in the right place. At (he conclusion of the inspection of building, Ihe guests were in- vited lo the auditorium, which was prettily decorated with pink, asid while chrysanthemums, ferns ami a Urge Union JacV. A fir.r program nas rendered, Mr. 'A. J. Irving aclinj as On bfhaU of Ihe dormitory toys, Mr. j'crty Scaith, In'a neat little speech, cordially 'welcomed the visitors. The'vocal solos hy Miss Dorothy Young add Mr. fi. E. Flrmijig. the piano nurnhcr by Miss KLIa KeynoMs and the readings by Mr. Coliti' U. anil Mr. A. B." Olibson ucre all most thoroughly enjoyed. Throiighout the evening the- Imper- ial orchrstra supjilied pleasing selec- tions. 'J he closing number the serving 'of dainty refreshments by hoslb themselves, "the boys even cutting the cakes anrl rioing it well. Altogether, the evening, was a ihor- uHglily proJitable one, and those pres- ent last evening will have a fuller knowledge 'o? thc-inner workings ol n than ever before: Rubbers and Over-Stockings All in One. did not.care to promise that the Al- ucrta boundary would be crossed this year. Neither did be cure to-piomlao that the fine would btj.flQjshfcJ untl In operation next year. Ask6d regard to trie Koolen- ay Central, Mr. Hall.repeated that Ik did not care to make any promises about Its being In operation nest "year. It is'a heavy piece of construction, lie said.-and although it Js.hoped to have the line completed next the exigencies of construction niiglit delay completion then. As for the Kettle'Valley line, Mr. Hall said be understood the interest of Iktiibridge people tn this again he could, make no promises. It Is a suhsldtary company with it's pre- sident, should be applied to far 111 formation, lie" understood good progress was being made however. The grain movement is a moat In- teresting topic with railroad men just noV. Excellent progress has" been made this paid -Mr. he would set-no marliloTrtuG percentage of tho crop to-date, owing to the very "raatij-" esLiiuafw'B placed on the total crop by various estimators. Very, few points any eerioua congesticn during the season rand vreceived- my 'Eajil''v j Hall. "I could only wish, however, ithat the fanners coulfl hold, their grain not-dump'tt on.tbe market, depressing the price. The j time IE coming when' they will be to do so. and it will be thu better for the "whole country when that ttme arrives." Dleok Calf DooU, laco or button. Regular 56.00 pair. liootn, lace.or bulton SALE PRfCE alitj' Elk'Bools, tan and black, pair: REMOVAL SALE The Greatest Shoe Sale of the season Sat- urday Morning at 9 a.m. at HUFNER, the Shoeman's Store, at 608 3rd Ave. Every pair of Shoes in the store reduced. Note a few of the Prices Then Act Quickly Off on all Boys' Misses' and Children' fa Shoes during this Sale Men's Strong Working-Boots, some leather lined. Regular J3.75 per pair CO OH SALE PRICE..............i.......... Women's Gun- Metal' and Patent Uulton Boots. .n makes. Regular (5 and SALE PRICE .....i............. Men's Gun Metal Boots, lace or button. Regular 55.00 pair; SALE PRICE Men's Velour Calf Hoots, blucfaer cut. Ilegular pair; SALE PRICE ___ Women's Gun Metal and Patent Button Regular and li.SQ per pair. SALE PRICE Women's Gun Metal and Vlci Kill Uullon low and nleli heela. {3.50 anil JJ.75 per SALE PRICE........... Special Prices on all Felt Shoes and Slippers The Shoeman 60S THIRD AVENUE MAN AT FERNIE FtNED OFFENCE OTHER THE C- Davouse was Ymcd and costs or nftcen days' in jail.' -John _ Sir, costs or hard" later fpr as'fault. Bayid Sharp was'aEitsleJ way fobhtry and comes be- fore Judge Wiiinsler'this'mornins.- Thc case ol Powell vs the C. N. P. Coal "Co." is being argued before Judge Thoinpson5Yhis moining. SELF.ADMJRATldN Mr. admlro a Bo'oct" Mrs. Topics. CUBA DOESN'T McMANlGAL Havira, Nov. -Me- MinTgjI, dynamite ?oniplrjicy 'in- former, will not be to land In Cuba. The State department, on learning from a former Cuba con- sul at Tampa that McManigal was coming here, requested the secret service to exercise special pains to see that he does'not pass the Immigration off Fcriiic, B. .NTov. 2Q.-Mr. arid Mrs- Pairclough, oE Coal Creek, ar- rived this morning Ironi N'ew YorJj. !E.'and Mrs. Trites lelt this ing.on the FlyoE for t It." J. Black, -superintendent ol the M. F. M. Ily., left on Wedciesday for Vancouver for a vacation.. K. K. Stewart of the TTitesAVobd Co-, left IOE Spokane on Wednesday'. Miss Krctiier left for. Kalispell on Wednesday to.join her wfio j will return with her to Fernic to j spend the winter. J. R. McEvan, wlio has been seri-. oiLsly ill in Brockviltc hospital tor some months, iclurnctl to Fernie nn Tuesday and H is be hoped thai tiie [jioi'utain nit ivill hasten his rccovecy to perfect health." For attempting (o pass tobacco to prisoners through the jail window, A, N', con- ciliation board wlifch was asked (o take up the dispute between the Do- minion Coal Company, and the local foal'- hindlere' and came to a unanimous decision, which1 has "been' forwarded to the minister of tabor. Tha agreement re- commended by the board provides an increase of cents an hour to 36 cents and for substantial Improve- ments .In the-'Worfetng conditions as well. It is to rtm-conciirrently with the agreement between ttiii shipping interests nnd ttic longshoremen end- Ing December MANITOiA PREMIER WILL- TRY TO EXPLAIN EPJTHE.T USED -TO DESCRIBE GEIS BtHEii PRICE FORCI1K1 SMALL QUANTITY WAS DISPOS- ED OF TO A TORONTO CONCERN Man., N'ov. Uod- "morirt Hnblin is on his knees'to Ihe Sons of Knglar.d following a warm controversy niter the premier's speech in MinnVdosa when he called the Right'Hon. Herbert Samuel "a jelly hag Rpblin baa asked tte privilege of addressing a joint meeting, of 'tbo Hoes, of England to- night, Fhen hf will etidfaror to ex- plain whal he meant and why he call- ed terra.. A resolu- tion is. ready 'to be preWnted to- night Sons'of England ledges of the city; censuring the premier for his attack, and this got to the pre- mier's cars, hence the hurry tip re- quest which fntlnwtd, St. Thomas milkmen hare raised tho price from 7. cents a quart. At a special of the couivcll yesterday afternoon worth of ten-year, five per-cent issued under bylaw No. 203.-were sold lo C. H. Burgess and Co.'of Toronto. The price received was Si net. The offer was recelvetf-yeaterday through B. McCarty. The Dominion Securities Corporation, who opttyn on the bondi, were I mined lately- Vire'd asking for i rclnue. :Thts wms ed, and the new qfftr accepted. The Of C. H. Burgtas jind .Co. was' 85, but one per cent. Was paid to NT. Carty fr.r putting through the deal. Tlie city therefore receives Si, vrhich Is 1.S4 per cent, better than the. figure under which the bonds 3'ere optioned, The city therefore ,by selling to Another pafly, and besides gets the money'so much earlier; Drinking Men's Wives You can 'save your drinking' liui-' bands and sons by giving them the Xeil TreatmenL Your husbands bo Hgbting the drink nabjt with all their but when tte Irresistible craving for alcoholtc ittmulents, comes on they cannot result Is. "bly .No dnubt they-are discouraged by re- peated failures to stop 'of their own accord, .With a certain failure nud ruin staring them in the face you should act for them at once and send them.lo the Neal Institute. The Neil Treatment is a safe sure vegetabja remedy that removes tho craving for dflnV in three days. VrUboul the use of hypodermic injections.- Call and xet sillefactory proofs and refereJi; c es, or vir I te or phone for book of informatton. NEAL INSTITUTE. 820 .West, Calgary Phone SV. 4525 CHILDISH CHATTER, ..Elsie picture juat love to be a mermaid. wouldn't. What would ,1 hwig up for Christmas? November 15tH till November 25th Inclusive In order to reduce our immense stock of high grade Electric Fixtures, Portables and Shades, we are offering for: 10 days only our entire stock in the above lines at ACTUAL COST to avoid breakage in moving. 600 Bectric Fixtures-2000 Electric Shades These goods are in first class condition- Finish and workmanship guaranteed. All fixtures to be installed complete. Fixtures From Up The Latest Designs CASH PRICES ONLY Shades From 20c Up All Colors Phone 637 L. 7063rd Ave, S. ;