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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 26, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PageS THE LETRBRTDGE DAILY Wednesday. Xovomlier 2fl, 1013 ft II____ Auction KIRKHAM BROS. Auction Sal Lasts only Three More Days: Thursday and Friday from 3 to 6 p. m. and Saturday from 3 till 10 p. We are going to sell by public auction the balance of our stock. Be here for bargains. FANCY CHINA, CUT GLASS, NOVELTIES, CUTLERY, ETC, Just the Things For Pleasing Xmas Gifts at Very Least Cost SELLING OUT- KSRKHAN BROS.- SELLING OUT 8 a.m. till 3.p.m. of each of these.days we will have private sale and zny cf our choicest gcotfs may Le purchased at the reserve bid Is plainly marked on each set or piece.. Don't miss thfe opportunity. WOULD LIKE d Business Men of Taber Favor Meeting of the Town a ALL mm MUM Could Not Sleep Day or Night. Itched and Burned Terribly. Cu- ticura Soap and Oinlmsnt Cured in a Month, Also Cured Mother Taber, N'ov. t'Jntral of 'Stanlev Turnpr, son' of Jaraefl Tura- rr, was held a! the home OT Monday Hev. Hoothroyd, oi llf Methodist churrh, comtatir.s; ths-sji- Jl'be iaJ, whn ivas about four- N. a afifr r.iy" tiaby ImnTfce coaM tot day or night 'lib He wai all covcrxxl iriih Etcatl break t a a day or I w J ar.d Irnvo a huEOmy ffab Iica swalchfd sa much ihsl be tusde EOWS. II [3 itlii iKirscd all the time tad when OS H left IltllQ rairhs like At list I KIT Cuticura Soap Was Lively Time at tKe Annual Meeting of (he Town of Biairmore BUinuore. Xov. 2j. Thf- annual moling of the ratepayers oi lllait- was held via Munilay NEWS OF THE TEMPLE CITY F" fardston. Nov. are oming io a sorry IJJFS in lUe south country. Even -a bruktMiiau can't lake u drink oC booit? the way lo .and hold tils Job. A lirskle, tt'M made his first ruu on Saturday. was fouml I'oniuclor Jc-ncs to be Imbibing on the trip to D. the station wm .Mr. Jouvs Informed him Ibat if he didn't have return fare he n.o'Jli have to walk to Lelhbridec on Mon- day. Tlio booze r.riist occupied a cushioned seat ou the return journey. Oiie of the nev things proposed by the 'retiring president of llic Woman's n for next.year's work is the establishing of a real room for wom trom tlic country rlMttni: Canlstpn. H is proposed lo secure Hie historic old Card bouse on -Main street, and nud playgrounil. This stmm'.er fome- g was done by (ho in tbo way providing aiuuseni-jut for the chlldrcu. werv? put uri and ihe WHS a ;ood cmo. The contrivantcs were used throughout the entire A rorps-of Roy Booiil" Vins oteu.or- ?aniied iu connection An- gllcah cliurch at Cardsion, and nt- 1 ready, a good' enrollment Las secured. On Saturday the boys, un- Jer Sir. Btdtile. were taken to tbc Itoserve where signalling work was practiced. The youngsters are going it up tor a meeting i-lace for Hie i basement of the liudd and and alfo tt'reading and real it.n lasting four h.mrs, at which The Wea is a .spfcudld one, utlaiul Is ejrneatly backed by Aunt Card, first owned llie old place. fered trom a relap--e, which caused bTS death. The parents resile at ihe White Ash aiiu jurs.- r. Vcalc, of War- ipfnt Suaday with Mrs. Yeale's parrots, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. -Veale returned Monday mrtmins ia his car asd Mrs Yeale re- (or a days' visit. The Allen Players opeceri a sis sume very pointed quest kiss were pi ;io the various heads o> itepact- jtncrils, finally broke up with Uie inay- jur uiid ihe editor of the local paper on ray tasds. broke out in [ktla i at .loggeriieatls with each oilier, ihe ry and would Ns so JtcHy I j mayor claiming thai the recoils ol Jteartfaeoitor'kces. Than they wodd :the doings c-t ifce council were nut After a couth's treat ment lie was r-nrwj. I srtatly troubled wiib. sale The building "will probably be kept as a as" llie first tO( be erettert in Cardslcsi. The sei-s'jtary of Board of Trade reports Into the work wllh t energy and water .be iro-Jdcat ia lo the painful I had to kucp ad more enquiries this year respect- ing business proposi lions in the town correctly anil iiirly. who is sole editor three years combined of its existence. .a-.d proprietor of !he p.ilifr, asserted toatoul Cardston, and H is anticipated Ga." j been made. Tfie f.rst gentleman that tuete "wlU be good results are sure to foltorr. John Collins .was talking the alreots on Sunday last In the persons of several ot Cardston's citizens. Amoug the most pltfablb sights was a young boy unable so help himself, making a Ijeasl of himself before the young children that frequent the street m tbe afternoon. Tliefcooks olthe _Woman's Institute hare been1 aodltcd for the >fear by the .auditors, Mrs. Manner and Mrs. Talt, and show a balance of. nearly 25 to band over to'next year's live. The Institute" has raised over J20G during the 10 months it Ins been eralfoti this year. The annual Is to-he bold on Tuesday. nspector of metres -tlie basfinrnt of the churcli trsnay While James 'on tii? OD oae of the An- houses, a plank trom the scat- :l ng fell, slriUnf; Wro on tlic head, iiiQiciir.g a -big cut on his fore- Mrs L. I'ritcbartf has moved her stcrk til millinery goods to the. vacate J by H. F. A number of 1tc business men of Talcr are inieresied in the securing of a travelling library for the use of tie'public.'The are sent o'-'t br the extension foyrse at Kd- monton, and consists of a selection 01 about thirty boots, including his- tory, fiction, bioEraphy aud travel. II arrangements can be made, the books y.ill be kept in the offices recently Tata IE cf by the Citizens Lumber Co. SiKfi a library would certainly be appreciated here. The annual- meeting the mem- bers and directors of the' Taber Atj- soviely will be tieid in the hall on WedeesJay, Uecrmhcr 3, a( 3 p.m. Officers tor the corning year will he eleclcil. and reports ot the past year's given. ratepayers their annual iiieelin.5 in tlie_ srhool auditorium OTI Mondny evening. Kf-poris of the rom .milieus were heaca atd explaiocd. .1 meeting for the nominatioti o KAYMOAD Raymond. Nov. Aittr the to iad.'o'iirn the rfport, the as- jsorahly fccgan to sit up in their _ re, 'thairs, cxpcct'ng 1'ircux'rks to ....'nie'pas-errmVetes ra" ii'eW ai V" ,tfce ol their r, Ihe Alia tliratre Monday night. read Ihnr TV a very few citizens were present, il juor were they disaprnintr.i, lor until SnmrJav night.! mediilslr the various-refo wele reail, .were asked Copies of Ibe. town report were circu- ated. The annual stale- .oi- 1 the chair nun, of the answers incr .visit last week and all new metres and "some old once were test- The -system 'was reported to be excellent shape. There are sorre thine; lino 15CO ligbts in use and the value of-plani.and wiring is about '0. 'Gqod'servicc is btlne; givln. s are on now about o'clock in the afternoon, and there has not bten break In Uic service for orer year. Dr. Alexander, of Hie University of Alberta; -WHS in Cardston. on Sunday last in 'connection "wUh the extension Cardsionjb starting out right In lectures .of tbe university.' On Sun- setting- apart" a Mojiic Jof ground in day 'he lectured in Ihe Tober- ibe ceutreiof town for Jat public, park nacle greatly de-_ COFFEE and BAKING POWDER Ask tor Blue million proilucls Md sec tbal your dealer gives them.. All liluc Ilibbou goods nre giiar- antced' to satisfy. .11 otlierwlEc you raar return fhcni. Bine llibbon Coffees anO Bakiiis Powder are the best on tho market or thty couldn't be soli with to birong a guararjlee. llghtiug the large audience wLlch heard lilni. At Ilie" Sunday scliool vice In tile morning he paid a glow ing tribute to John Hlackmore. a Cardnton young-muji tvlio has'attain- ed liis arts degree in AMjerta Unlver- slly. -He spoke of -Mr.' illacliniore ns a .model sludeuti versity as Tnucli as r.? to the uni- hu iias received from it. Gus O. Peterson is 'i.bii- a student at Edmonton. .C. P. Zcmp. a farmer living six miles south of 'Cardston, hail the misfortune to lose his barn ivith its contents this week. Kire from acci- dental origin was discovered and be- fore it cpuid'be stopped the season's cut of hay was destroyed. Mr. Zoinp is tuilding again. The IMIV bBrr wil' he 30x40 and is being constructed by GET KID OF IT GO GET IT Mr. Jas. Scott. Tho barn "was insur- ed for ?75 which will not nearly the loss to the building aione. Tlie cabinet ministers representing (Quebec H is said, consider the proposed redistribution' of constitu- encies In Quebec, which calls for TU- rai.ridings of iKHiuladou and city of Jt .-to nhkh ot a Yfry mEasrc Je- he made at tne artjourned srriplioili OH couaciilors fis- leeting: There seems to be a feeling here ado-ation for a man .-ally a'Jniittins l.c was reading hamkd. to him l.y the oi rte toun, ami confessed aitalned honcs-nble" dislmclion ,hjt not knoV oi sonic 'ri the lepjitmint. As the chairman were put czj lawyers, he had put jip ivilh rv lot of criticism be- thro-Jgh eduealioii. as was illustrated 0[ Saturday night at Ihe lecture given; lo il by Dr. Aleiander o' the Univernity j of-Alberta. Kdmonton. The K Academy auditorium was liiird ttt Us! fore he finally rralriird his COT OFF IIKTTKR Urist-o, P.S Chairman of .the torn the far Eist io the great West, coffee reigns supreme at the breakfast table. al Brand Coffee the recognized standard fcy which all others capaeily. Tbo cornpli-j roenled the on their listen- aE Jld Dr. Tory a year: watrrwotvs ('.epnrlTncnl, s'eemed t tig in position to'answer nrprice on .fihn on .Monday them and not have to (rest night. Xo one seemed lr, know who ir, ihe local paper for people to de- t'he unknown parlv' to be. as (hit paper printeil what firit ward meeUng house aas crowd- it thought fit Ttc maynr went on ed and sill! no one knew.' At ihe to slate that he iery glad to rand roarch, Heber S. Allen, proal- in spile of all- dent the Taylor slate, -xas Invited. Blairmore was at, the prescM lime thrr with hfn wife, to lead Ihe.iri a belter state of prosperity Mr. the local editor, then askei1 Mayor Lyons has re-eh- gnged the r.hicf of after he hart been fired b> the council. "It was cause tc was Ihe hfst man lhc town hjs ever wai. the answer, "and so long ns I am mayor, I. in- tend thai he shall le chief. It then announced any loivn ol ils io the Pass. The Then came the mayor's as- ibat ho was the (treat unknown. Ev-1 mayor ciled two lowns. ol whifh iStttlon, that Ihe meetings c-rjone seerntd lo be ploased. not large xn Illaimoie. "ol dune rreeident Rramitell of llie Knlghl ?.n overdraft ol oier tn-riity-tvo local press, and nn being cballenged Acadercr w.d -alfj. Bishop Undersoil i Sloirtanrl while Ida the editor, cited an instance pnh- sroke of tbe Integrity and vlriiie U-.e gjest or honor. A lively semi- Impromptu program was The multitude formed In double broke. Mr. Lyons only twoinSlancPs lo the ondered. jatlcnlion of Hie ratenavers to snow ol column ind led by tbo Belklj Society women. and caVe, cocoa, punch anil for ererjor.e. Jusi before midnight tho merry crowd rowrned to their hemej. advctsfctl- 1o paper, ol which rio toc- crd could be fo'.ind in the Tnlnufes of the cour.cil, the mayor finally offering hiK vere lo tht ihe newspapfr man their liabilities. The mayor produce bis authority for' his Ireporl. AR ft now !1he (hairinan threvr nil or, the tro'Jb- St. Catlierines, Ont., -rill spend to enlarge ATexar.drtt nohool, three years-ago'. GET KID OF IT CiO (JKT IT waters, hy it "j.-as time .to JT.O home, Ihe meeting-findllv dis- Ipersinj at )2 o'elcrt. I Mr. .1. V, the local ,1.- jr., made an efficfent crrairmaa, tliough tie was having to call lor order. HOSIERY Comfort- Australian Lamb's which Little Darling" aud "Little Daisy." Hosiery is made so soft and fine it will not ".irritate' baby's tender skin that means comfort. This hosiery, although it costs no more than the ordinary kinJ, Is absolutely the prettiest and daintiest you can buy. However hard on their stock- ings your little folks may and growing, heattliy children will indulge iu strenuous "Little Darling" and "Little Daisy" Hosiery withstands the roughest is won- Jerfully durable. in the colon best suited Sty Blue, Cariliusl, Black, Tin tod CICJBI. y it with the Sunshine trade on seeing it. 11 Little Durlioff" filocleings hive a silken hcelanrl toe and ire uiadt in for np fo tevcn years old. 11 UHk netkrj hM the hfel liicl ioe.reinforctd rrith threorl, in liiM to fit tliilJrcn under twelve Your dulcr units Ihetd. THE CH1PMAN. HOLTON KNITTING CO., LIMITED Hamillon Ontario Boyi lo-in ;