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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta FREE SUS TO ALL TRAINS. Windsor 2i a Day In Albertl LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The-Dallas .Hotel Is the arcd Convex- lent Place to Stay SILVERWARE Makes an Acceptable CHRISTMAS GIFT Out ilock will be acceptable to you in Style, Quality and Price -GW. GRAY'S- "Tiie Store That Saves You Money" r.O 5lh Slrect Phon; 751 New Imported Table Raisens and Figs Wax Paper For Baking You will In id this a gresit help and paving' in your baking. ROBERTSON'S BOOK STORE NEXT.LETHBRIDGE HOTEL FIFTH ST. S. We received our New pec lively. uro 'all licv1 l ihv choicest hi tbU tint.'. NEW TABLE RAISINS 6 lib packages. 1'ticc per 30c. 4 lib Prke I'tT packase 40c. 4 irb Fancy Boxes, I'ri.-e per box......................... 45c NEV.' VALENCIA Kor Xklns purposes Finest selected, .'fljs iirnwtcd. I'rioe pounds for 33e. PaeU Table uud TaWe Figs Iroui Spate atiil Arabia res- iuallty goods and we vvoulJ advise you'swlnsf these goods if yen NEW TABLE FIGS 2'.i inch, prlct per Ib.......................20c. inch. price per Ib.......................25c. 3 inch, price per Ib. :.................t... 30c. GTove Evxes, per box...................... 15c. In packages, per pfcg.........................15C. -..Today we received a stlp-uenl o( California C'asabA? Melons. Head Lettuce and Hlpe Tom- atoes. These Casabas .Melons arc very fmo for breakfast. You use iheui much ihe same as I lie .Cantaloupe.. :----PHONEI------ Orcctry Ul 12TI. THE GOOD COMPANY High Clan Fruit Con- fectionery. Wholesale kwt ReUH CASH IF YOU HAVE CREDIT IF YOU NEED IT. Alberta Outfitters Dominion Building Sixth St. S. Ustniji-ldge' The Red Corner We have all kinils of small li'ardwate at bargalu prices, iu- eluding: Dover Egg Eeattrs 15t Stove Follihcrs 10c Stove Lifters ..L.---- 10c. 15c. Large Kitchen Spoons 10c and 15c. and dozens of other useful ar- ticles. Come In and look around. WEATHER Low 21 11 33 50 il U 20 .15 Lethbridie, clear Kdmoatou, clear Kezina. clear Pelt Arthur, clear Grand Forts Medicine Hat, lair Wiimitfs, vlfar Henlicton Xtlsra..........................3S 33 Calory, iair 1' 22 Kamloops, cloudy 'Fine, mild weather has continued trrouzhu-Jt ifce pniirie PORKCAST: Manitoba _and Sas- Vatcifn and moderately cold today and on Wednesday. stationary or a lit- j tie higher temperatures on Wednes- ilay. CITY AND DISTRICT FOR SALE Pool Tables SECOND HAND, AS GOOD AS NEW. WILL BE SOLD VERY CHEAP; SEE R. W. Wallace AT THE ARCADE.; THE LETHBRIDGE MUNICIP- lAL- RAILWAY EMPLOYEES WlU'bold a dance to tbe S. 0. j B. Hall on Friday, Nov. 28th DanclEg from tiji 2. -Refitsb- ttents at 13 o'clocit....... ".Tickets ladles free. Ladies especially invited. Free street car ride home. Five piece orchestra in atten- dance. 'DDK ADVANTAGE OF GUARD'S LACK OF VIGILANCE AND .SCOOTED Al jitst as tiie wen t the Provincial jail were quilling (heir day's work, rnsonfrs. James C. 'Gallups and John Dieterli took ad- vantage of the guard's .Inattention and fhe growing dusk, making good their p'j. The men were working in the Mzcleod Visitor Norman Grier of Macleod is a vis- itor in the city Building Ptrmit KO Jarvis lias tstea out a permit to build a 5500 addition to his filb Si Soo Passenger Agent H. Barlon, thiveling paEEfer ageat.of ihe line, came down from Calearr today. Steamship Arrives Tbe Canadian Pacific S. S. Mont real is reported by St. John at 5 p-tn. .Wednesday. PasE gers due at XVinnipeg SLID Say. field, loadin; a finish up sradint work'. The guard stood about twenty yards distant from them, with nts back turned. The men start- ed to tun, and were nearly three l.un- yards away before the guaril no- ticed theni. He turned and three or tour sliots bin they failed to frapede Ih5 progress of tbo fueitires, no word havins heard of them Private CITY AND DISTJKIGT Selected a Gocd Man C. G. K. Nourjo, formerly of tills city, 1ms elected treasurer of tlie CotnmUlee whicli will ar- cekbraliou of 'be Feaco The tide till Xnias is gel- tiog short, but- tliere is still enough to order your Private Greeting Cards. See the' splendid line of samples ive'ar'e'slion'ing and make your and BooiCol, Ltd, VW lv-f ranje -Uie fjew Manager Here 9- P. Hletchcr, manager 01" ihe ly ofiened braueli of tlio SlaiidarJ bank'in Xorth Drrlvcd in Ilie city yeslerday, anil lias Assumed his new (lulies. _ E. llillar bad iu 'charge oi tho bank tempor- arily.' Operatic Ngtkt r1ocal operatic socleiy t practice" tonlgiit in" loo Majestic theatre, commencing sharp at o'clock. It is imperative that every member be 011 band_ for the practice lail. There Is a lot of liard worit'ahe'ad arid ihe time Tor staging the producUon or "San Toy" Is short. HOME GROWN WHEAT MILLED WHEAT LABOUR Do above suggestions appeal to you when buying floiiv'? Quality and-Price appeal to you in making a- selection of flour when you arc buying'? If so, insist on using ELLISON'S "Our Best" Flour 11 Years Successful Milling in Alberta by ELLISON MILLING AND ELEVATOR CO. After the Theatre KILLIEN'S Hot Drinks, Light Cream Choice Confectionery New Partnership Lsrsen Bros, ot Grassy" lia entered into rurtnership with D. Kimball of in ihe lano and win be localefl here in future. The new concern looks for a. revival or the land business'witbln the next few months. The Kimball agency at present js doins a fatily brisR business in city iiroperties. i Burdett Would Like Gas Well C. Fielding of Burdett spent yes- terday in tiie city. The finding .ol gas by the municipality of i Farmers' Elevator' J.. M. mayor of passed 'through tbe city yesterday en route to Calgary, tyhere he Intends to complete airanseniefcts. erec-. a farmers' elevator al Wool-' .Tariifrr -Is: the.bead of .lie U, P.-'A- at aad is now en- j to establish a1 live board of trade. --He .has tbe farmers' interests at is doing all in his power to advance lliem. though news of their escape close to Burjctt has awakened tbe spread broadcast throughout the j r.eople in the latter place and Although try as soob as feel That they cannot undertake The escape was laid entirely to j tbe expense ol rtrJUing at present they the negligence of the guard, and his j expect to have a municipal gas well Money to Loan Improved Farm Lands'Security EIGHT PER CENT BOX 172, LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. WE HAVE FOR SALE An 8-raom fuHy mocfern on Fifth Avenue A. South thai we can sei! for followed. The fleeing pm headed in the direction I.elhWidge when last and "were making good .headway, Gallups de- scribed as being 2S years of age, 5 ft. 11 in.- tall, with brown eyes, black hair, slightly dark mouataehe, mote on right cheek scar on corner of right eye and dressed in blue overalls, dark coat, and scaring a black doth cap. too some of these dajs. Electrical Department Xoveinlier has been HuTbcSl month of the year so far as rev connections marie by the electrical department are concerned. To date this month .52 nave oeen made, setting the record for 15n. The demand for electrical power for running motors He is an Ameriran and was serving has also been heavy. Br the end of aii eighteen months' sentence for! the month IS horse power iti motors thVfl, from Calgary. is described as follows: Age 20, weight 180, height 6 ft, I in., dark hair and eyes, speaks English, and dresaed similarly lo Ho was "serving a six months' terra for theft, and came from Calgary, Both men nad served- about half of thoir tfrrms. CHARGED WITH MURDER will have fcean connected with the system. Big Night For Chain Gang Tonight will fce a Wy event with the of tbo" oily. Grand Chief Patriarch May of Edmonton win he In Ihe city to rtsit I.Gthhridgc Kn- campriient Xo. the Pniriarcli lodge (he nddfeHous' order In Hi (le will aceompanietl tiy Past A. OnnO Brown of the Oddfel Montreal, Nov. of Granc! 't'hlcf F'alriarch will meel the arrested this morning, frith ttie al Special Conslabls Krtdoro Dcrbonovttch. on Dorchester street on Saturday nighl. The pris- oner .lenieil all tooa-ledee or the crime hut the jxrtlco declare he Is the Encampment In tiie I. 0, 0. F. tall at S o'clock, and al U o'clock gullly raan. this event. QM Mge to attend J.O.HICINBOTHAM LIMITED Family Dispensing Chemltts REXALL CHERRY BARK A SIMPLE' AND EFFIC- IENT COUGH SYRUP FOR CHILDREN AND ADUCTS.' Next Monday Will be Here Before You Knaw You Oon't Do a "Lind Office" Subscription Buiinejs.from Now Until the Finlih, You Haven't the Contest Your Sett, Candidates, and then You jj Have No Regrets 25c, f> J. D; Higinbotium Co., Ltd. London, .Xc-v. liariin is in.an of the Lour. Thousands .have listcnf dVto his fiery rude eloqncncE-at Albert, Hall and otJier public places" luo small.1o actommurfalc-all who, Troild listen, ami thousands hare read-in "the newsp.ipers a report of bis speeches. A labor paper wlikh is printing Ibon io-full has had its circulation going up with such leaps that- its af- fairs were transformed in-one w from hankruptcy to af- Ruence- Xeu-spapers which generally rnaU1 an appeal to thf- conservative class have hcen Enuntl speaking ol LarXin ID terms uf high praise, wilt and fate to a niul- f i tad (TV utotC'tLc Timr-s, adding that this rough had fas- cinated Idealists and poets and fol- lowers of ideals and the heroic. INI H ii. trail CJ.TY AND DISTRICT Passengers Arrive Saturday The Allan line S. S. Scandinavian from.GlasgoiVi Is reported at'tli'd'l'o-'.roanajct'.nl tlie C.X.H. weslrcn lines cal cldce, H. B. Mitcliell 'agent, ria be-j has been appointed Inspector of (rans inK duo at Hallfns on Sunday lael. pqrtatioli. The Is cg, Nov. U. Arthur chief clerV to genera Passengers arrive jjjre on Saturday, the 29th; live i 0. .D. grosser, who has up. to the present, betn assistant- chief clerk He Needt Couniel Ptoniolccl to the vn A yo'ing man was apj.rebCMded sea- ca'lscli by the elevation ol Mr today on informallon laM J. R.'-'J'lh'' Van llarlpm, who ctaigtd that the S2700 ON'TERMS TO suifvou.' HOUSES TO RENT Hotit. Craig, B Branlford tcarnfter, Teas awarded againct Cliatlcs Wooden, a contractor for alienation of hia wife's affections. Rich Silverware in quality grace Choose snJ i) Icnonn hltlkelWteri- It i> the original untilzi iher.ravktt tilde ol plaie ro UUSIXIvSS LOCALS STOVf! stove nood al- ready cut. Oall on Cltlion's Lumber Co., I'licne 1M ICfh Slrcct Korth. 2CS-0 ftUs'aya carry.on hand a d, in lengths said jounis man had secured money from him falae t'Tetennp.s iri faaulng B worthless check. The accused not guilty, h'Jl the rase manded tinl.l! '.cmorrow to' him to secure counsel. Violated Day Act Three Tcc.il fruit dealers were sura moneil In voilcc tourl this morning from Kdmnnton charging stock of ilrj for load dsltrercd.- I'liono tK. 1 thai did commit a breach ol lie Lumber Ltd., 13S isih j Lord's -Day Act by celling fruit and sale cf v.ill l-Viilis'. 'I'M. as Amleiol Hie I'toiilt'o Drug Co, arrlveil tofJay at CARp'OF THANKS .-MM. K. Stanley BUI! sire to tlianjc'- tiici? many, friends for their kindneaa anil nymvathy during their recent' also for (bo numerous fioril tributea. lias l.ccn. appomtci laic "P .Mr. Killiy comes from the depart mf nl forestry of the State of Mjn ncsotn In .njiicb be lias Wen for ral yMra. Every, time tbe siin goes down another day is chopped ntf the Herald's irize corilesl. Count the day lost that doesn't bring good reward In subscriptions. Bo i checrtuj worker. Smile. Thai's tlie best way to go after the VM-. nees.. The talance of is now with the ones who support the can- _idatc3'frotri now until tlie" close of the contest ceit Monday oigUl. Flro more days, not.counting -next Sunday. by. the'cily candidates yesterday that Ui.o field is Mill' R fertile, Several liustlers did famously There re 31111 ljundreds. of.snbscribera who could holp B candidate if they really usbed lit.do so. Subscribers slioiild consider'U a pleasure to assist a hard-working can- lidate'. Tiie Herald .costs no Why, it is J4 to obson'e tho smile of a cohtesiant when wrlllriK a 'receipt. Subscription collectors are usually jovial fellows; and also'smile when making collections ml the collector's smile is not on the same- sido of the street with the. can- didate's grin. The former gels WE salary anyway, wnlle the candidate will get reward according to the returns gathered. So, Mr. Subscriber, be a good fellow once more, and you'll have no regrets'. -The candidates -will remember you as lonj as they lirc--ilial ong anyway, !t is too BOM.to say anything about whew the special will land, hut ,here aro several who rut up a fine fight for It, and even this office will not bo able to liavo Bret-hand information unlll all the returns from the country are in. -The.name of the winner will be published Wednesday, in ;he meantime, go-afte'r the big business for the -bis prizes. Standing in .The Herald Subscription Campaign, according to the votei Deposited at the contest office up to yesterday evening. The Handing will be again on Thursday and the last time before the final count on-Saturday. MR. CHAS. WESTLEY, 917 8th St. MISS VERTA PICKEL. 1312 Cth Ave. MISS ETHEL L. RAMSAY, St. Alta............'...... MISS ROSE MARKER, Cardston, Alta MIS8 MAYME McMAHON, Barons, AHa...................... MR. WM. H. H1NDLEY, Maarath, MRS. E. ARMSTRONG, 13th StJiS......................... MISS M.E.SIMPSON, Frank, Alia......................... MR. WAUTEFl OBORNE, 10th St. MR. EDGAR SA1N8BURY, Cranbrook, B, C.................. MISS MARY Blalrmore, Alia.................. MR, EDWARD. Rf-AD. Pincher Station, Alberta MISS ETHEL SAUNDERS, 623 101h St. S................... MRS. A. B.-PIPES, 414 5th Ave, 3...................... MI3S BESSIE BEATON, 720 10th 91. S...................... MISS EVA MUTTON, 8H 6th Ave. S....................... MISS LAURA TELPER, Fernle, MRS. O. H. BENSON, Diamond City, MRS. L. B, SPARKS, Raymond, MR. GERALD DULMAOE, Bow (Hand, Alta.................. MISS FLORENCE SHAND, 343 N.................. MISS JEAN PATTERSON, 650 6th St.'S..................... MR. WM. ISAAC. Nobleford, AHa. MISS HELEN LEE, 2085th Ave, 6.......................... MISS MACQIE 6th Ave. N........................ MISS CLARA BJO'RKBLAO, 1220 5lh 3......... CHIEF MOUNTAIN, Blood Reserve, Maeteod Postoffice...... THE CpNTEST CLOSES DECEMBER FIRST 268.350 254.5M 8S.725 ;