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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta TTTF n Tuesday, November WHOLESALE GROCERY SALE Winnipeg, Nov. 2G. It is re- ported that the Interests o[ the A, tMncdonald Company, whole- sale grocers with on Market street east, this city, has been sold to the Do- minion Bond Company or To- ronto. Trie purcliaslng price is In the neighborhood of WOMEN SHOULD BEfROTECTED Agairiat So Many Surgical Op- erations. How Mrs. Bethune and Mrs, Moore Escaped Sikeston, seven years Isuf- tered everything. I was in bed for four Large Concourse of Citizens Testify to Loss of a Good Citizen In the presence or hundreds ol 'friends whose hearts overflowed with sympathy the remains of the late John Cheney were laid to rest this afternoon shortly after three o'clock in the public cemetery. 1'recisely at two o'clock iiev. A. Ci. Cameron con- ducted a. liticf service at the family residence, 1321 Mh Ave., S., which was attended, only hy the relatives ;oi -the'deceased. The .Mason- ic brethren ,oi.North Star-Lodge and Shckinah Chapter held funeral' scrvic- or five days time )cs simultaneously in their lodge every month, so j rooms t.ity, alter which to the weak I could hardly I '01- ovcr "one hundred strong I cramped and thev marchcll to the Clinicv residence nd _.. backache j headache, and was H so nervous and weak that I dreaded to see j anyone or have any- I onemoveintieroom. The doctors gave me 1 medicine to ease me said that I ought to bave an operation. I would not listen to that, and when a friend of my husband told him about Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg- etable Compound and what it had done for his wife, I waa willing to take it Now I look the picture of health and feel like it, too. I can do my own housework, hoe my garden, and milk a cow. 1 can entertain company and enjoy them. 1 can visit when I choose, and walk as far as any ordinary woman, any day in the month, 1 wish I could talk to every Buffering woman and DEKA BETHUNE, Sikeston, Mo. Murrayville, have taken Ly- dia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound for a Tery bad case of female trouble and it made me a well woman. My health was all broken down, the doctors said I must have an operation, and I was ready to go to the hospital, but dreaded it BO that I began taking your Compound. J got aionj; so well that I gave up tht doctors and was saved from the opera- CHARLES MOORE, R. R No. 3, Murrayville, 111. where the body was taken charge of by tile following. pall-bearers, all in- timate .friends oi the deceased Qco. Moth, Frank Hedlcy. Robert Fair- field, ,K. 'Johnston, Wm. Ann- strong and Charles Cook. The sad procession thereupon wended its way to Knox church, which was crowded by a sorrowing congregation. Tear- stained faces told the story oi iv.any who .were grieving over the loss of a departed friend. As the coffin was carried into the church, Mr. Layton, the .organist, played the sombre Dead March in Saul. Meads were butted and many dear friends of the deceased could not conceal their pent-up grief. Rev. Mr. "The Family Frknd for 40 years." A never failing relief for Croup and Whcupinc Couch. Cameron conducted during .which the a short service following hymns were sung "Lead Kindly "Itock of and "From Every Stormy Miss Lumbard, by request, sang with fervor and tender- ness a favorite of the deceased, "Beautiful Isle of Somewhere." The service at the church over the remains were conveyed to the public cemetery, where the last sad ceremou- ies were conducted by Rev. Mr. Cam- eron and the Masonic brethren. Deceased Greatly Beloved The large attendance at the funeral was a tribute to the esteem in which the late "Jack" Cheney was held. On every hand one could hear the remark, "He was a line fellow and well thought of." Mrs. Cheney informed Rev. Mr. Cnmcu-on last night Uml she (o stay willi her husband .to the jlast, meaning that she would accoin- pain- the remains to the srave, which she diet. Tlu- bereaved wile bore up with remarkable fortitude. Mrs. ('henry was formerly Miss rochrane, o( Moose Jaw, and with her family of little unes has widespread sym- pathy. The floral tributes were numerous nntl were as follows Spray of white brother and sisters. Sheuth Mr. ami Mrs. Cochrane, and Mis. M. Cory, Ox- bow, SasK', Spray of pink and Mrs. Ke.ger'and Mr. Kdily. ('Kapler. Square, and Star Lodge No. 4. A, A. M. Large and Mrs. Mason and family. Pillow Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong and Mr. and Mrs. Moth. 0. Toulte and Mr. H. Cory. Spray Misses Grace and Olive IMscr. and Mrs. R. O'Hagun and family. and Mrs. Frank Mac- Phersou, of Cranbrook. and Mrs. D. L. Kim- ball. and Mrs. A. E. Hum- phries. and Mrs. Frank llcdley. and Mrs. Stanley Kirk- ham. and Mrs. J. W. Staf- ford. and Mrs. McCorvie. and Mrs. John Taylor. and Mrs, B. B. Hoyt. and Mrs. W. L. McKen- zio. and Mrs. A. R. Mc- Guire. and Mrs. and Miss Eck- storm., and Mrs. W. H. John- son. Tilney. antl Mrs. H. E. Mie- bacli. Church Mc- Arthur. A Matter of Menu (Exchange) "Well, old sport, how do you feel? I've just eaten a bowl of ox-tail soup aad feel bully." "I've just eaten a plate of hash and feel like everything." Nothing to Go By (Judge's Library) don't think aunty will stay; she didn't bring her trunk. Look how long the baby has stayed, and he didn't bring anything! COMMIE HUE H. L. Stephens Will Erect Hotel Facing Third Avenue The biggest deal in Inside property put through thli year was just con- summated this afternoon when F. W. Downer sold the Coaldale Hotel to H. L. Stevens, owner of the Alexander and Queen's Hotel, Calgary, for 000. Mr. Stevens hat also bought the property to the east on which the Me. Kelvle MoGuire store now stands. Mr. Stevens will erect an hotel Immediately. He will take pos- session of the Coaldale without delay. The new hotel will be erected on 3rd avenue, while that part which wilt face on 5th street will be erected lat- er, giving entrances on both streets. The-deal was put through by Dowsley 4 Mulherr.. Great Britain Will not Help (Continued .from front "OlEelal circles are not very san- guine as to the result of the meeting of plenipotenaries. A high official to- night expressed the opinion that there was not more than a five per cent.'- chance of arriving at an agreement unless Hulgarin very materially modi- fied her demands, which was not very probable. The truce will last, if necessary, forty-ciffht hours, hut the question oi is likely to prove a stumbling block. It is understood that the Bulgarians have prepared to waive abandonment of the Tschatalja lines, hilt will insist on the capitula- tion oi Ailrianople. The Turkish dele- gates are- equally determined that Ad- rianoiilc shall remain Turkish. BUT MAYORALTY CANDIDATES ARE PRIMING UP FOR THE BIG MEETING Critics of this year's municipal ac- tivities are priming np for tho big mass meeting to be held either In tho Majestic Theatre or In the Congress auditorium next week, and the ques- tions which will be fired at the ad- ministrators who have tho iiorvu to face the music will be wide In scope and many hi number. Just Ht tho present time there is very little change in the complexion of the slate, and it Is virtually certain that, mileae Eome of the drop out of the racft on nomination day, noxt Mon- day, tho ballot will contain the names of those who have already declared their candidacy. Mayor Hutfli is preparing for the big mass meeting, and will meet ail questions with facts and figures of this year's administration, and will endeavor to show that criticisms charging extravagance are wot found- ed on fact. Each department "is pre- paring a written reuort, and every question, he says, will receive an an- straight from tbe shoulder. Mayoralty Candidate Hardie is working hard on the financial end of the- campaign and proposes to show the electors how he will finance the city If the task is entrusted to him. He has been studying tho question from every angle during the past three weeks, and believes that he can save the city a lot of money in this one department alone. Ex-Chief Gillesple's campaign is booming along in line shape accord- ing to reports from his committee rooms where several stalwarts are working overtime building up a con- structive platform which will be an- nounced in due course. Confidence emanates from even- quarter in that municipal zone, and if one were to believe all the reports, the election is all but won. The- aldermanic candidates are not receiving so much attention. The personal element entering into the mayoralty tight has precluded much of the ordinary interest' in the doings and sayings of aldermen who have hopes, but as the whole string will be given an opportunity to tell how the city should be run, at the big meeting, their views will receive a good airing at that time. One would ha-idly know there Is a contest on for the school board. Four candidates are in the field, and from DON'T FORGET CHRISTMAS LET APPLES BE THE GIFT to YOUR FRIENDS ACROSS THE SEA Luscious, rosy, juicy, Apples! Can you imagine any gift to the dour ones In the old l.iiul thai would be more acceptable. Because of exceptional glilupine you this magnincent offer.' We will deliver FREE OF CHARGE to nay address in the British Isles a case of Guanuiteed Select CO flrt Canadian Apples for the small sum of................. 9 We use standard cases; each Apple la separately packed, and every precatuion taken to ensure safe and rapid delivery. Over 5000 casftB shipped last year. Mail ?3.00 NOW, stating where you require the case sent and WE DO THE REST.Give full postal directions, along with your owa card for enclosure in case. MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT CANADIAN EXPOKT COMPANY 1SO ST. JAMES STREET......MONTREAL i Please mention this paper. present appearances it looks as it" they intended to allow the voters to choose the winners on their merits. The whole contest is centreing around tile mayoralty campaign, and before election day comes along there is a promise of some surprises which may change the complexion of the TVhoJe situation. How She Made Good Bread One woman .writes, "Failure after fail- ure resulted from the use of other yeast, and my baking never has been really satisfactory until 1 used White Swan Yeast ciikes.'' Package of (i cakes 5c. Free sample from White Swan Spices Cereals, .Unified, Tor- onto, Ont. F TISE Photographer All Work Guaranteed Ave. S. .Beside .Baptist church MR. SUBSCRIBER The Contest is up to You--Votes Cost Nothing Extra Herald Contest is Certainly Booming Mrs. Ira C. Fletcher Stands First Miss JeaivB. Patterson is Second Mrs. N. C. Stibbs in Third Place THE CONTEST Is on the Last Lap Watch 'Em Run Yesterday was a great day with al Uhe live city candidates. If enquiries count for they country contestants will ''come across" even stronger than at the close of the first period schedule. And for who expects to be in the running at the finish patronized the ballot box. Gains of a few thousand up to were made. The time has passed to keep the reserve votes stored away in that old bureaus drawer. Put a few in the paper and attract your friends to further support. There will likely be great doings in the voting line from now on. 'em come. Mrs. Ira C. Fletcher simply shoveled in the votes yesterday. It was very plain that she was bidding for first place, and while she secured it, her mar- gin is sufficient. The floor and doors added to the cottage. After drifting along in the voting in no other way, mark Miss Jean B. Patterson cornea to the front with a rush. The Pass people are supporting their candidate with all their subscriptions. Mrs. X. C. Stibbs was the last candidate to visit the contest ofiice last evening. She turned in enough votes to reach almost -iOO.OOO and that's ail we know about the votes. Mrs. Stibbs is a good campaigner and used what would be called in business, real scientific gets the bus- iness too. Mr. .lohn R. Revill was too busy yesterday to give this department any material to work too busy to talk to anybody who was not avail- able for a subscription. He voted though. Mrs. Hoult made her remilar gain as well as made her regular report at the conteEi oilice. While a couple of the North Ward candidates have "hack-stepped" in the contest. Mrs. Hoult has forged right ahead. About the most conservative candidates when it comes to votir.g is Miss fcva Button. She has been accused of not being able to write the figure six. probably from the fact that sho specializes ot subscriptions. The big "subs" get big lots of votes will get the big prizes. Mr. .1. A. Bidault keeps right in the middle of the candidates He IKS not missed a single voting day in making a gain, and H takes quite a number of subscriptions to do that. Dow Duhnagc- over 300.000 today. Miss Vivian Harbor is another good hustler, who is in the brigade Watch out for Carmansay. The Taber candidate, M. Marshall also speeds up a bit today. Mr. Stephen Necrey, the easy-soing-gets-the-business-just-the-same candi- date livened up a trifle for today. We'll bet a new hat that Stephen could vote higher if he would. Jliss Agnes Pclleticr increased her vote just enough lo indicate to her supporters that she is to be reckoned with when the prizes will lie awarded We hank heavy on Pinchcr Creek. Miss Louise :'cott, the popular candidate from Maclcod. made a 000 -ain for there's more to come. Mr. Roderick Thurston, of Lucky Strike, gets into the game for the first time today. Lucky Strike is a gccd name to tie to and if Mr Thurston' lives up to the name, some other candidate will not be lucky. Thirty thousand was the number Miss Thelma Vogan handed for today's score. At that, she is within easy reaching distance of the leader. -that's a good combination. He's (Gerald) THE FOLLOWING BULLETIN CONTAINS THE NAMES OF ALL THE CANDIDATES IN THE HERALD'S CONTEST AND THE VOTES DEPOSITED IN THE BALLOT BOX UP TO LAST EVENING. FLETCHER, MRS. IRA. C., Magrath, Alberta BARBOR, MISS VIVIAN, Carmansay, Alberta BOISVERT, MISS YVENNE, .416-12th St. A. N.. city BARNETT, MISS GRAYCE, 210-IOth St. South, city BIDAULT, J. A., 3I2-10th St. South, city ____ CUNNINGHAM, TED, 214-lst Avc. South, city 34.200 DULMAGE, GERALD, A., Bow Island, Alberta 320.400 ENGLISH, J. T, 50l-19th St. North, city HIJTTON, MISS EVA, 814-Gth Ave., South, city HOULT, MRS. W.. 406-19th St. North. City HULIT, MISS ARLIN, Warner. Alberta 9'500 LEDINGHAM, C. L., SOSoth Ave. South, city MARSHALL, W. M, T.'ber, Alberta MEIKLE, GEORGE C.. New Michel. B. C MURPHY, JAMES, Jr., Burmis, Altcrta McKEE, CARL, ELKO, B. C NEGREY. STEPHEN. 225.13th St North, city OLSON, MISS PEARL, 312-14th St. Souih, city PATTERSON, MISE JEAN C., Blairmore. AlberU 399.000 PELLETIER, MISS AGNES, Pincher Creek. Alberta PATTERSON. MISS JEAN, Starland Theatr REDSHAW, MISS MARGARET, 267-19th St., North, city REViLL. JOHN R., St. South, city STJBBS, MRS, N. C., 211.5th Avenue South, city SCOTT, MISS LOUISE. Hacleod. AlberU 246.SOO SELLENS, MISS DOROTHY, 903-7th Avenue- South, city THURSTON, RODERICK, Lucky Strike, Alta VOGAN. MISS THELMA, 619-13lh St. South, city WRIGHT, ALBERT, 15th St.. North: city 335.400 9.500 15-800 New Subscription Schedule The following value of subscription! will be in force from today until the close of the contest. No change of any kind will be made. DAILY Carrier 6 months...........32.00 l.oOO 1 Year...........S-i.OO 2 Years.........5S.OO 3 Years .........312.00 DAILY 6 Months........Si.SO 1 2 7.200 3 Years...........S3.00 1X000 WEEKLY Mail. 1 Ytar.............51.00 900 2 Years.......... ?2.00 3 Years.........33-00 4 a Years...........-55.00 50c extra fcr postage for each year to United States The List of Prizes housn. to be erected by The Herald: or automobile tf make; or a trip around the world, all expenses paid, cash. Eight hundred dollar Angelus Plsyer Piano. Fcur hundred dollar McMillan Upright Piano. Two hundred and fifty dollar order on any Lethbridge merchant advertis- ing in the Herald, or 52CO in cash. One hundred snd fifty dollar parlor suite or dining room suite, to bt purchased from an advertiser, or cash. One hundred dollar VictroU and worth or cash. Sixty dollars in Forty-five in cash. Thirty dollars in cash. Twenty-five dollars in cash. ADDITIONAL of fourth prize candidate may take course in Garbult Business College and Jloo cash; instead of tiftii same coure and 530 cash or the above course in lieu of sixth prize. Ten per cent commission to candidates who do not win a regular prize. HOW THE PRIZES WILL BE AWARDED The above prizes will be awarded to the ten candidates, regardless of residence, having the highest vote, tho leader having choice of first prilo cplions the one standing second, having choice of the nine remaining prizes, headed by the player pisno and so on. until all the prizes are taken up. Pianos have been purchased from Robert ibey. -110-12tb St. south, local representative of Gourlay, Winter Leemlng, Toronto. Second VolliiR1 Schedule Ends November 25th Further nominations will be accepted. Contest Closes December llth ;