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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday. November 25, 1013 THE LliTHHR.inGE DAILY HERALD PageS COWANS PERFECTION COCOA Juit the flavor i m 'Shipment Leaves Lelhbridgc for BerUm-on-Trent as Experi- Conditions il II TTie Best Cough Syrup Is Easily Made at Home Uttle and Arts Quietly, Money Hclumlca It It As a result ol the cflurts o! tte As- sociate Hoards o! TraJc, over a period of several nmatbs, to establish a expcrl market lor 'bjrUy in SoJtlrni Alifjta, the first shipment u! this grain Ictt lot ITrent, England, on aitcr- ilioon- The consisted iwo carloads, or 2500 bushels. Une c.u- liiad was by W. >'i. al I his farm at liira "Springs, tlie o'la-r !camc from liaymond, being grown ny !l. II. Huberts. r The Assoriatf Hoard srcre.lury com- ti. :s iiski-d j Mr. b'iutey, or send tlieir sampler toi him. HP has ilouc a sreiit deal to; further tbe farmers' inleresls, and is j uul Iti stop until this new ex-1 port market is liriuly established- A DOI.l.Alt A lirSUKI, j The price oniil to the shippers ot this trial M. in Ilie old co'jnlry, jbout M.uil ]ier bushel, but the J freight and olLer charge.s knocked a j Rrcat. deal ui Ike profit nil. No need to worry about your soups and gravies. Oxo Cubes wiH give them that rich- ness ar.d flavour fo'.ir.d f only in the choicest beef. il Madeod. Alta, Nov. loukt al si as if Ilie long ni'Hlt-d X. Is about to make Its Wlitod 10 -Macltfud. Kor llje past year ruinu-.ir after rumour concerning [hi.- tlve of liik Itfniculav road, has pernir-r-.ted the latent wMcli appears tti Ji-ive all eat-1 marks of in the j that on Saturday ll-.e cogk liic con. i structlou was in IUAU making arrangements for hi? mt-uj with iirorislunB. I Since J'i'ernler Sifion announced at tlit last session of il. B GOVERNOR COLE BLEASe LIBER- ATES PRISONERS FOR THANKSGIVING BY V.'HOLESALE Certain Relief from Cull feeUnga, and fatigue of biliousness, comes quickly permanent improvement in todily condition your: stomach, liver and boireU been toned tmd regulated oj BEECHAM 8 FiLLS priE-i-riers uill re.'cive tbeii fitr'toM t ;il will W This nukes 1-S> out i" li'i.c I" fr'l at i Illfase citeudril i liirir mi Thursday, flf j smuf d ollice .laauji all been day. lie h; wludeJ in tbe list re f ...jil n-.ru of ami 'ale Lft" 'serving life irrms in the slate pern teuliary. nlhersjre -a i L oi.ul lem'v since Le ns- v, 1911. Nearly s brer, growing i.iore murders in ulher ites ol W- Thl! recipe rr.tkes ounctj or cocsh I saves you situ! I2.C5 as com- months ago. HP received rc- i iiurry. is spiendlii Uuests for barley samples, forwarded sore Inasi. croup. ani] re..Tivcil the that lloaru sfcrctury coin- ions witb the lireiv- i JUDGE O'SUf.LIVAN'S SUCCESSOR; 'Sat the road would bs m operation intorc-sts in Scotland WILL GIVE SALARY TO PRE. ueit !M, the Sjelit-C has In'Cii TO PRE. DECESSOR'S FAMILY other throat IrouUes. Mix cupa of granulalfd sucar nilh was ant. in lisa ios of tiie a cr.e cup of watra water, ar.d ptlr lor two sulficirnt barley ol Tul 2i; ounces of PJner (fllly1 ,Vov. current that ojjcralions could not ije toiler ili-laytj. A Irertsln tortlon o.r Ilic abiiitmciu woik will have to be gone ahead wiiii this winttr. and as a good cr tin- .orihY home, and I I mlah add tlie Su'cir Syrup. Taie leufpoon-1 ta at that nlgHt tlio appointment o: Jwe-j ail ,a" Quebec. Que., Nov. the luil- ,1115 sentences foi spm'h v.liich i.e nil! n.iiif in the There an- seven burglars, three as house tonigirow. II. ri. (1. .MacKen- suiUni, of cr.e hishuay roh- iie, the [iroui.rial trcisurtr, will an- her, oiis liijaaiisi, a hf.usvbrrJk-; nrace :i surplus Vil ordinan receipls'er in Hie nmnbrr. (iaium? c.ver oidiiury and eslraordinary cs-'thirves and men pendilures of surplus is reuieseiited. over a quarter ot a uiilliun lEoilars less limn the surplus for tie year enil'ng -lune SUIh, the surplus MacKenric bow-! i-ver, bt1. alle lo uncoi-ncc a reduc- of in the outstanding; t-Vdt.-r.il revenue for months trum tlie incorporation of conlpanloF, shova a substantial iSccreasc, neitv i Rev. V. 11. Thorntou. ol" Hrantford. are' jlH'i 'will become pastor of St. Paul's I'resbylerian church. Winnipeg. TJtiJi CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE HAS INSTALLED do tin. worn er 1'lntx In this recipe, allho-jgh ttrtlr.fd t.or.ey em ba used Ir.jteid ot ihe sugar If The barley gronn by Mr. the. two-towed variet from sci people eed received frnm Ihr llass1 ale of Thomas C. ,fi coi- in It was up to the Uvau- sml term will EOnt tbau has turned as on hariil iti SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES. LODGE eishtifor the terra, and aUo thai he low cost and iiUck results have rr.ade H ImmenEely posular. 1 A iraaranti- or its money.rrcniptly refunded, fees n'Kli tr.ls HP 1. nclpe- Tour 1'inex, or-wiii was better, fhe car froui Ray- It for jnu. ir rot. Mud lo wa3 a aui dccidEdly free from weed seeds 'other 'foreign'matter. CENTS AI10VE HOMK -MARKET Tlie price paid to the jrower was around cent a pciutnl, or an av- erage of 47 cents per bushel. This is TrTM knew .Mrs. O'Sultivan was in since her left no money what- ever. .It is. believed he will turn his salary over to her. -.Although, n. young man, Mr. Maho- Wills, Title Deeds, Mortgages, Insurance Policiei or other in one of these boxes And Winter It- I'icl'inin dhlded discourse Berthing Lists Now Opsn I.MIS and showed up tha i Attractive Sailings by Various Routes ssliacio-.is oi-inions of the majority or j lull T; BTin nnHlKinli 1IVF i mankind v.no measured a r.oble life BIliK UlRtl UUBIRIUH 1IHL :b-.- (1) 'I'l Muscle, 13) j MONTREAL, QUEBEC, LIVERPOOL] CHRISTMAS SAILINGS From From TOR FURTHER rXPORStATION trfi.t TO R T Rrvmner IV. 1. DiyillllCl, ney has 3n extensive career h> w Genius. (SI polilieal ami legal circles, lie was (B) Jiind; Money and (S) miilc chief of the Imeau of law and I j I INSPECTOR NIMMONS WAS THE JOB BOOZE WAS r CONFISCATED The freiRht rate was .the cliiei source p of complaint on the part of 'tlie ship; Cardslon, Alta., Nov. H's get- jpers. 'i'hry claim that Lthey can ship ting harder every day to bring bocuc -spolcane, from- tbcre to New Or- 'ii'to Cardsiqn.'To bave a bottle rail, and thcacc to Liver- hip1' now is almost regarded asjpoui cheaper than they can ship lo a iiujasimeni lu the finance IO 5now th. crror of tacn in 1903. and acied as legal adviser iy that the to any grower c'ontrolUr Mctz In the-pros3cullon of e of a noMe life can onlyuc this season, so far as is known, and llloso in scn-r fraud ,'v" HIP of tlie ten cents over the mar'-et price. ECalldal5 I lie is a Vorkcr and a graduaici or the public- tehoois asid of City L'ol-i logo, M'hicli conferred on Inui the de-' gree of A. H. IIu has also received the The freight, alone, to Liverpool, i amounted fo f78S.SC, and the other charges such as cleaning, sniping, in- siirance. handling, etc., were heavy. j a crime. Harry Howard, a faim lab- oier near Caniston, was" visiting Lttbbrrdge last and thought hs'fl lay (n It was just supply for the .winter. a suitcasctul, riot or.o eittier, and a lot of Carils- Canadian seaport by rail and thence to Liverpool. TWO SIDES- TO THK QUESTION Asked as to. Eecent_ coinpjaints of ianr.crs that fbey were not' gct- ting.the prices for their barley Hat people think Ilatrr snoiilcl have i Vfre given to'understand would lei bring it down. But be given Jlr. License. Inspector N'miraons the Associate Hoards, siid "hi Eit the depot at Lethbridge, anJ q muat niTC smeUed stuff, !or, I ping Harry on the shoulder be loM t him it wasn't safe to carry sucfc a into the Temple City of Can- aria. sn it never arrived in-Jpr grains, iat u-hen Cardston hut Harry did, and yes- 1 ihr ineinfrtfl icrrlay he was asbcd into llic office o. H. B. Urov-n. -Mr. Brcrcri lold Mr. Howard that the license inspector- Jiart laid an informal ion and asVed him to prosecute. Fuitunatcly for Harry tlie fnfoTmation was laid un- der section tvliich piovMes only for confiscation, and his friend.1; arc re- joicing tliat he still has anblbec some the fanners might tifjpd, and in olhrrs thtrc a.w to the .Kor' cximcrs. nac farmer sent in a sair.pV J11" barley, free frotn i-.-iiicart or it at the western point, instead of grading extra three, went, ordinary and was not degrees ol from York I'nlvorsily anil A. M. front the College of St. Francis Xavier ia'uglit in lhe public schools for foiir years, and" was admitted to tbe bar in 1.98. Mr. Mahoney has been a member o! lhe ger.eral coinmtucc or Taniroany Tfally vice prpFident of the Osceola i club, the organiration chib of the 20th; Assembly district, a member of tJiei liemocratic club and was once one.of the governors the Xew York Ath- fetlc ciuli :nid a member of (lie gov- (.-riuiiR board of the At- of the Amateur Athletic i .ion the United Slate's. He is ah -Ehlete and wnti tho AmtTi- :an -a.'d anailiati champtoti> riXCHEK CREEK LEAUUE Uh PrtUNIoit-nU- ITIES CALLS FOR CHANGE IH PRESENT SYSTEM Spokane, No.-. i sion foi'm of government for the slite- of "R'aahinston, diEpiacing Lhe system with, its big legislative body, is called for- in resolutions adoiited in Spo'xane by the Leaguft of JfunicipaUtiea, coruposed of city officials fvorn al? iurU of the The folloirJ. .'evolution' "'as adopted: "A term of government, or tome mod-ification Ibereof day evening Dr. Connor returned {Tom Chicago where Ue had attended the aTailable for malting' purposes, and, u the dockage was equal to 60 bushels' to lhe car. On another car the riocfc- agC was equal to 70 bushels to the car, and graded four. The spread in price between ex Ira 3 and ordinary 4 amounted lo ten cents and another buyev had oHercil u premium ol Vic. chnntr lo stock the wine cellar al his abode south ol Cardston. There jon'a- sample ot.this same lot, so the is onlv one thing in the way of ?.D- farmer's" complaint was not lo- be other shipim-nt and that is that wondered al, as he .apparently-lost pi istratc tlrown promisrd hfs visitor me per that il Ic was caught the in-'. H formation would he laid iir.iltr a SK- j tliat woiilJ him. per bushel. KLEVA.TOKS TO BLAMK If these" (wo cais Had cleaned "MY BACK HAS NEVER TROUBLED ME Portland Halifax icAN'ADA..........Dec. 2 Dec. 3 A1EGANTIC Dec- 6 Dee- 7 TEUTONIC ........Dec. 13 Dec. 141 C T NEW YORK White btar Line LIVERPOOL! N'ov. 20L Ccdrlc, Dec. 4, Baltic, Dec. 11 j Celtic j New York, Southampton, Plymouth; toni, ft long I Xov. 10 and Dec. 1 MAJESTIC Xov. 2t3. OCEANIC, Dec, iJ j New York, 12 Bofitdn, Queerston, Llverpcolj Nov IS anJ Dec. 3o Arab re The Laurenlic and MeQantic are (he. j stoaiserg in the Canadian j Trade and embody all the comforts) and luxuries of up-to-date travel. The' Teutonic, .Canada and Arabic arc lernieil 'Due Class Cclln Ships on which passengers have? hesl ac- coramodaUons .at- Second Class rates. Comfort and ecoooniy com is Oilier. Illustrated U., it Kir. etc.. to nearest iail- arent or write. W. uar.nrifan Wtiterr; Agt.nt Main SI. B, MITCHl'- R. J Ask about, -'_'-t CniUcs lo Van-' Hardie, Grace and Reid A PUBLIC MEETING Will In- held in tlie Miners1 Knll, North- liollibridgc, on TUESDAY EVENING November at'S p.m. The eiiiulidaU'.s will aildri's.s l.ln1 nic-otiiig I'ollowcil hy scv- thuir supporters, will involve direct reBponsibllity, Canal ani) Indies or Modit- Hiiuoiis-service of ofTiclalB. nonparll-1 to the fliv.cra, Haly san elections, meetings, and frequent deliberate legislative ar.il Ejrpl. ConBrcss. j (ion of imposed legislation, with an-.- i Mrs.'Ohailes Rtainilo.n of Gilline- i pic 'qppKlumty !or pnhlic hearings, ham is Iho guest of htr sister, Mrs. I is deElmble for lie state of Washing Dionne. i ton, as o substitute for the present Among those present at the Military Ball on Friday evening last were Col. Walker, ot Calgary; Dr. and IVaser of Macleod: Mrs. Campbell, ot Maclcod: Dr. and Mrs. llyblett, of .Macleod: Capt. Weslmore, ot Clarea- holm: Corporal Haiccck, Hh Mr. and Mrs. Cleo. llcatob ami Mtss llpaton, of Maycroft. j The