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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta WOULD MAKE.TWO DOCTORS THE ALDERMANIC CAM. PAIGN IN ng will very beneficial sustajning this weatiieY. We, survo it and hot." good, Killien's Successor to W. H. Schweltrs Third Ave; S., Phone '1056 With election drawing nearer, the I campaign is along with very little real excitement, and with the candidates in the field depending more upon u personal canvass than campaign meetings. During the week I Hit- complexion of the slati: has not, any ex-lent. A. Olson has out of the race, and1today it is rumored that his' place will he Mlcd by Dr. Crags, making two doc- tors m the race for aldermanic hon- I The real worlt of the campaign will 'lie (o (he week' between nom- ination and election. Mayor Hatch has consented to call a Mnjoslie theatre oil the .-first bi.cn miiht after nomination, and all the candidates arc priming themselves for event, which promises to be more than ordinarily interesting. The pres- ent mayor refuses to any more campaign speeches until that mee'tiii" when he will lay whole position before the ratepayers. An effort is being made induce, two or three more candidates to cct into the aldermanic fight, but all J, r. OAVI 563 CHURCH ST., TORONTO. I want to snj to the people u[ Toronto nn.1 elsewhere that "tWa-livcs" i y only roeclicnic aud has been for the last our years. Previous to that, I HJiwnS'i hod utcn many remedies is el? r ,auy chances in such a large field. b PEOPLE DO NO! BELIEVE Supreme above others in qual- ity -raised fay merit- alone to that proud emin- Best Baking Powder Is uniform, pure, is Invariably dependable. Your gro- knows him. taking been "ijoying the very best health and find it a pleasure to follow my vocation of Dancing and Deportment Instruction' daneingand deportment in quite frnnk m slatin that "Pr- slating that "Prult-a _ ST. ANDREWS cmurtCIl-Cornor 13th St. and 7th Ave., north, liev. A. 0. liryan will preach. Sunday scr vices a.1 11 a.iri.. and Suuda ncliool at 3 p.m. All are welcome F1KST CHIJilCll OF ClIIIIS'l Hank block 11 i.m. Wednesday evening tesllmoiu ueeting S p.ui. The reading room Is Jii to everyone ovory day from three 0 five p ,ra IJvoryonu Is cordially In to attend. WHSTMINSTER CIHIItOII (JIK J. s. 1 All Peopled Mission, Winnipeg vill occupy.the pulpit at both ser'- Uccs 11 a.m. and conduct- ing' special missionary anniversary services. Sunday school ami Uass at 3 41.IK. All arc heartily come. I'lFTH AVENWI BAPTIST CIIUKCI Corner 5th avenue and 18th street N__ Rev. c, U. McKiimon, pastor, u a n arid p.m. Sunday school, 3 p'm Prayer meotlng, Wednesday, 3 Choir practice, Thursday S p.m. are welcome. IE-FIRST BAPTIST CIIURCI -iold Sunday services In the Morrl Theatre at .11 a.in., am] 7.30 m Rev.'A. 0. Watson will' preach Bible school will bo held In church at threo o'clock. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY O E Hall, ,10th St. S., near Y. MCA 9.45 a.m...Officers and teachers meet- ing; 10 a. in., Sunday School; 2pm Sacrament meeting., Visitors always welcome. Bishop B. S. Young No 1 1st Ave. S. Phone 685. GEMMAN BVANaELICAI. LUTH- ERANr-Services will held at 710 10th St., North Lcthbridge, at 10.30 a.m., and will be conducted by the Rev. 0. A. :broth in the German Ian- Artistic Tailorii FitStyle Tailoring, Finish These are the Cardinal Principles Which Distinguish ChlhesThat Are Tailored by Us TURKS STORY ABOUT DECREASE IN CHOLERA ARE NOT GIVEN CREDENCE Couetantinoplc. Nov. Turk sh government reports a'-great de- crease in the number of deaths from cholera during the. past few days, but his 15 not widely credited among for- eign residents of the capital. .Some ttempt.now is-being w suffoftaBrfroiji the ills ase wooden huts are being erec'ted t the San Stefano cholera camp on ie open, plain ;wliich a. fewidays ago as. strewn with groups and J-ing. Most ot the-bodies-of-the. vi niut iTnu-a- lives11 alone cured him of (list res sin a V The aerman speaking'pop'uiace At .11 dealers orient OU'receipt of'prL' recep o by 1'ruit.a-tives Limited, Ottawa. ISOO LINE 10 EKIEND IN Great Falls, Nov. 23.- "Sttrlihg, Alta, Nov. 23.-In the last handbook ofinfonimtion issued by the Department of Natural Resources of the Canadian Pacific Railway map of western lines, on wiiich is marked the stations ou the Stirling End of the lathbrld -Weyburn branch, which runs Ircim here to Woyburn. Beginning at the western end they are as follows: .Tmlson Wrentham, Conrad and Skiff. H will be only a matter of months "'ill be imnch- ing tickets from these points to Leth. ins have been cated "Th7 new I InThTbig' amp, however, 'Is', filled' with de-id territorv i made this morning when two large there daily. It is reported, that troops die in the trenches along th Tchntalja lines. Little'use is bcin made of the foreign members of the lied Crescent Society, They are po- litely received by tlioiautliorlties hut are not given any duty to perform Some of the foreign doctors have im- provised hospitals, and themselves go out and bring in the wounded men from the front. Besides the Maham- medan prejudice against foreigners tba Turkish authorities are anxious to, hite the real state of things'fron tnem, as-as far as possible1 Cheap Politics (Ottawa Citizen, Con.) Such tactics as wore used in defeat- ing the Asimlth cabinet, by hiding sixty Unionist members in a club near by and rushing them in to vole picayuno politics is cordially invited. ST.. PATRICK'S A. H. Rqsenthal, pastor, Rev. p. Mlnhve- sen, assistant.' Masa 8 a.m. Children's mass. 9.30 a-m. High Mass 11 a.m. Sunday school 3 p.m. Evening service 7.30 p.m. Sermon at each service. ST.-, AUGUSTUS'S CHCRCH-Cor- ncr 2nd Aye., and 8th St. Hev. ,J. E. Murrel-Wright, rector. Holy commun- ion every Sunday morning at 8 a.m. Matins U a.m. Sunday school and Bible-class 3 p.m. Evensong p.m. CHURCH OP CHRIST holds Sunday school at 10.30 a.m., followed by a preaching service. Evening service is held at Rev. u. Pickle, 1312 Sixth avenue south, is pastor. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN ;hp home of Rev. c. Grant, I 1509 .Sixth avenue south. Services 11 .a.m. and p.m. Sunday school p.m. Wednesday, catechism class p.m. and nible study 5 p.m. All are invited. WESLEY. CIIURCH-Rev. T. P. Perry, pastor. 11 a.hi: Reports of Attractivenoss of personal ap--, pcaranoc is certainly very desirable iinel in; a large measure necessary for success in life. Good dressy clothes .improves a man's personal appearance mater- ially. Fashionable tailoring is the kind wo do, and we as to style, fit and price. We have established a reputation for high cln.ss woritj yot Olu. priccs a'ro very moderate. With the approach of the Fest- ive Season need an even- .ing suit. Lot us make one for you. We guarantee our work. We have a- splendid selection of goods in fancy Scotch and English I weeds, Irish Homespuns and Worsteds. We arc exclusive agents' for Leach Serges in all the popular isliad.es of brown and blue. many of the parties of Soo engineers will start lull HLillL out from Port Bentpn, one working easterly aud the. other working west- erly. Heretofore It has delegates to the rece.nl provincial Sunday school convention at Calgary will be submitted as follows mentary, Mrs Ladies' Tailored Garments If ou want a The Crown Cleaniiig Works Third Avenue South E. H. Hatcher, Prop. High Class Ladies' and Gents' Tailor. Opposite Wesley Church. ST. CYPRIAN'S Eighth avenue and l'-Ieventh street. Rev. Canon Mcllil- len, rector. Matins 11 a.m. Sunday school and adult Ilibh1 Hacs i n -.---j HUL UCBU lluullj LlaSS T) i olljll. nilaa o [J.lll. known that tho Soo had designs upon and Teacher C E 4 p.m, EvensonK p.m. Communion at a.m. on the onday, Missionary not been M- K- Kaake _______ Elc-' Walter Jordan Sec- ond Temiicrance, Adult Hible Class Fort Bcnton, and while been, some there had I Brandow Business and General, Mr. "r' ...in mine mere auu ucncrai Mr i-m. oa LIU; suspicions that it intend-'Wnltcr S p.m. Sundav school i Sundays and at the ed to builil into Chotean, still they! .Hible p.m. Rev. !'Ct" service on the second were not given much support view of the fact that Ihe r j 1J11I1U UlUaO. f (Oil I) 111 T "l-V' jC. H-. Hucstis, M.A.', secretarv of the "I- nf the iranth. ...v. ,J1L. lown branch of the Lord's bay AI- quite small and hardly of sufficient! wi" The musical ser- A- Umeron. Services 11 a. importance to attract three lines .VlcVMnl lje, ill the mqrning, anthem nev- c- H- road. for lull choir and baritone solo Alberta Secretary for the However, the latest mnv. n, J ojlertorv Preach George Mitford, and in the ev- The minister will preach of Soo line locaters indicates sides reaching Great Falls these smaller towns will b line ,of that fireat system whiel about to be pushed westward fro Plaza, N. D., through the countlc Dawson. Fergun, Choteau, Casca( and Teton, and across ihe internatic al bofindarj- to connect with the Ca adian Pacific. DRINK ALBERTA'S PRIDE 'BEER ?T is IT IS me uiiiiiiriii, i am Alpha and Subject, "The Brev- both ofi aud duet, Ocorge Mitford Music th" mornmK. on and Itbvnd .lamicson. -Vlso other Ulcm Ollrisl a Child" cial music. Solo, "Evcninc and Morning" Lumbard livening "nock Of Aees" Dudley Duck. "In the Cross ol Christ we Miss l.umbard and Mr. Fleming. Strangers and visitors, always wel- come. ELOQUENT EX-ONTARIO PREMIER WILL LEAD LIBERALS IN THE SENATE Moose .law, Nov. fuaora took place here today, of the late Mrs Robert Green, who, with ha- husband came into this district in 1SSG. She is survived by her husband and two sons and five daughters. Botli hei sons are prominent in the Grata Grow- ers' association: Fred W., the elder, also ran for the county as an inde- pendent at the last provincial election WEASEL BITES WOMAN Ottawa, Nov. 2i.-At a CMCUS of the Liberal members or the Senate this afloruooil. Sir G. W. Ross form- er Liberal premie-.- of Ontario was cbcscn leader In sucK-od tho late Sir Illchartl Cart- H. Mis chief rival for the post vaa Senator Rostock, of British Col- mbla, -who secured SO voles as i lust cart for Sir George. The gincval expectation was that ie leadership would go to Senator cstock, but Senator Hose developed noxpocled strength. Neither of the WITH THE LEARN HOW DELICIOuV'lT'ist BOTTLED AT THF BREWERY FOR HOME CONSUMPTION E THE LETHBRIDGE BREWI1VG AND MALTING COMPANY LIMITED PHONE 554 indidaUs were in attendance aucus. Senator Dandurand, ex-Speaker of he upper house, has -been regarded many as a possible, succeteor to r Richard Cartwright, but he retir- d In favor of Senator Bostock. Sen- cr-Ciniiiiraiid will act as asslstan leader. 'The election of the former Ontario premier came as a surprise, more pa-r ticularly as bis health has not been good in recent years, and be was tin nhlo to attend flic sittings of the up per house hist session. Ho Is now somewhat improved in health WOMEN Find Relief in Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound Own Sov Testify. Platen, I wrote to you rst I was troubled with female weak ness and backache and wa? so nervoii, that I would cry at the least noise, il would startle trie so. I began to take Ly- E. Pinkham's remedies, and I don't have any more cry- spells. I sleep sound and my ner- vousness ia better. I will recommend it the medicines to all suffering women -Mra; MARY HALSTEAD, Platea, Pa. Box 88. Hero Is the report of another genuine case, which still further ehpws that Ly, ola E. Pinkliam'f Vegetable Compound may be relies upon. ".'nlcoti, n. hrfHhiflara. mation which caused pain in my side and my back ached all the time. I waa 80 blue Uiat I felt like crying if unyone oven spoke to me. I took Lydia E Pijikham's Vegetable I hej'.an to gain right away. I continued and now I am a well --lYrs. AMELIA DAHL, N Dakota. New York, Nov. Canadian Pacific Railway exhibit at the New Vcrk Land Show was awarded the silver cup for the best exhibit of sraln displayed. The judges declare that the Canadian Railway booth was the finest collection of tie natural resources of any country ever brought together at any exposition In the exhibit vv-si-e displayed thirty live different varieties of grains- als srasses, fruit, timbers, and small game and flsh, all dc-pict ing the wcnderfnl resources or Man! toba, Saskatchewan, Alberta am ni-itish Columbia. The board of Judges who awarded !ho cup consists of the manager of the New York state exhibition, Ihe agricultural experts of the Union Pa- cific and Pennsylvania Railways, the representative of the Plorlda-Pekln company, tho president of tho Lrfnd Shew. Kettle Palls, Wash., Nov. Flora Kinsey, hearing a disturbance among her chickens about midnight found a weasel among them. In try. mg to drive, the animal away, it bit in tho fleahy part of the hand, a delightful, healthful home as well as a noted educational institution. Curriculum includes Classics, Elocution, Music -Art Household and Commercial Courses. Write the principal for prospectus. College re-opens Robert i. Warner, M, A., St. Ont. and held fast. Her cries brought as- sistance, but the weasel had to lie' killed befbre it would release itb hold. HOW I ITCHED! nV, f Ot absolutely reliable eczema constan orture, what sleepless nights remedy, for It washes away tile dT of terrible agony-4tch-iteh-1tch- ease germs and leave, he sWn us Instant skill cooled 1 ioothed and healed! The very first drops of D. 1 awful itch instantly; yes, the have h. .i. for so many years that ive can tell you all about D.DHD. Prescription and Or you can get D.D.D. has been known for years an Druggists, local'age'nts. a free trial hottlo ikson ft Co, r n'v Mciildne Co. (conll- Icullal) Lynn.'Jlass. Your letter will lie oimnrd, read and an.fircrcd lir u ilrlct rauWeuoe! POPULAR UANOHER DEAD Cranbrook. Nov. Thomas M. Jones died at the St. Eugone Pits! on Tuesday last, November 19. The deceased, who Was a, fruit ranch- er from'Erickson. had beon In hospi- ml, suffering from typhoid fever. The funeral took this morning from Chriat Church, tho Itov. E. p. Flew- oiling officiating. live years you won't sou a horse on the si root. they would bo safe on tbe "A Word to the Contractors! Why risk breakage wherj handling: plnte fflnss. Yon can save anxiety by nso of Plate Glass Holders us nliove. o will rent them on easy terms. Canadian General Supply Limited Lethbridge ;