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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, CO, The Store ;Phone453 WeSellrVCwiij E A Special Price (or Muskrat Coat Aa good us lust yeur'8 3JJO.OO coat, nhowu In 'lr> Inch longtn, nico dark color, full very cqmfortivblo colluv, closo fitting or low rolling. 'Special's Saturday BIGTSAVINGS ARE FEATURED HERE FOR SATURDAY'S SELLING In Snii Dennis-: first vice president Hor Duncan'Marshall minister oi agriculture Alherta sec BJ sane wa Iriitbfully charactTued a the no __ auccessiul business convention that j ond Senator Bostoct tbe Western Canada Irrigation asso- Ivamloops 13 C executive commit- cratton nas vcr held closed this If" west of Pockies, J. L. Drown n resident jvamloops A.2ricuiturai so- ajternoon vtl resolution Jamcs Joinsto5ei Alderman ing to the town D'ople anil local j _ p Smith, Pentic committee u Bassano tne thanks oi ton and I E Scott deputy minis the 201 registered delegates toi tnp I Kr oi agriculture east oi in conven commiss.oner been Iiandled. noch president 1 cthbridge board oi a apinted oratorical i (radc R secretary Bas Senator and I L oi and Brown, the claims oi Kam Very Well Known Musician Suicides Toronto, llaslam, a professor of singing, was found j dead in his studio here this morning j by "the caretaker oi the. building. The caretaker heard a shot fired and, j bursting into the room lound the i professor Ivm0 on the bed with a bullet wound through his head and a revolver beside him. He' was one of the best known [musicians in..Europe, and "1 America. vears he had been in France and onh -i short tiire came hick I to Canatia ijrevioi.s to that he hid lived in Toronto and was the direc- tor of the HasIaTn Vocal Society and conductor of .St. James1 cathedral choir. one side and f> P Ma noch Afaplc Creek, Sask Norman S Rankm unanimously elected per manent secretarj of the association. Edwin Hoat, one oi Ontario's and best known commercial travel at Berlin. He was a thirty second degree Mason. Cranbroofc, Nov. of Cranhrook branch oi the Canadian Patriotic Socifty. yesterday canvass- ed the for ub tu me Patnoiic Fund On every hand sue cess met Tilth every resident qf the citj pledgin himself or herself Io1 as ist the cause with monthly sub j scriptions. Tha city was divided to sections ami a whirlwind" made. At a meeting last evening in the. city- hall tbe" several committees met'j anr1 nnal reckoning for tbe daj s j work brought the grand total i Bargains in 'Granite Ware HAYR HARDWARE CO, 402 FIFTH STREET SOUTH. Bargains in Fancy Brass Goods HERE IS -OPPORTUMTl Parcels of GOODS You Will Kcccive Value. 'Golden Nugget RANGE This Range is the value in iliu market lodav, wil] see it on show in our wiinlow. Ringe and this of Diih Pan, Tea Kettle, Cock Pot, Preserving Kettle, Double Saucepan, Straight Saucepan, 3 Pudding Basting Spoon, Water Pail, 3 Pie Complete for with Reservoir PARCELS CONTAINING J Various GOODS 50c TRY YOUR LUCK 000. About, of the. amount was subscribed in Cranbtonk. while th2 neighboring towns came forward with substantial amounts. Wartlncr furnishing jiu77, V.'yclilte ami the SulliVan mine A couple of outlying, places ate yet to ue heard irom. probably bring the total to Poultry Meeting j In point oi attendants the regular monthly meeting of the Cranhuok Poultry association, held Wednesday evening.was the largest during, the past jear Poultrvmen irom all over .the district had gathered to hear dis- cussed the final.'plans for the second annual winter show. The executive committee reported that they had en- gaged Josepli Shackleton, of the gov- ernnierit experimental farms. Edmon- ton. Alta., to act as judge. D 1 Cooper who has filling I the office of s.creta j trcainrer smoe the transfer of J. E. Dicks "to Leth- "unanimously elected to fill the position until the end of the year. C. Sheppard presented a very able paper on "Discjualifieation, a ierr tinch subject m i ic of fit near approach 01 tnc winter show Mr. Sh'eppatd, who.'is.well versed in the subject, pointed out to the mem- I bers the advantages of "selecting, the very best type of birds for exhibi- tion. The secretary :mentioned that steps were'being'taken to secure the at- tendance of Mr. J. R. Terry, 1'ro- .vincia! Poultry at the forthcoming show, llemlers of tin association -and others sire notified that the show secretary will be in attendance at of the Agri- cultural. Association in the city hall on Pri'day anil Saturday evenings from eight to nine o'clock for the pur- pose of receiving entries. Mining Brisk .Mining at Perry. Creek, is going on apace despite fall of snow in the hills, which is the heaviest since the rear JflOn. At Perry Creek two feet of snoff has been rncoriicd so iar this winter, making .progress so far; as net- ting the heavy timber-in place, is con- cerned. The Homestake mine has put a number of men to work on their property, which-they intend to work all winter. The 5-slamp mill installed Jen llu property of Durrani has put in operation and will run all winter. W. T. Marker, of gprague, Washington, has commenced work on iilio placer claims which American capital recently acquired. During the past week a large number of claims have been taken up, mostly in the Perry Creek region. Price Morgan left yesterday for: the ol'l country to engage in the rnllni- :t.ion works dcpartmcn.t..-. fn a new reversing dcvlcfi for awift motprhoats.a disk ihe 'water hack of and close to tic propeller so that it causes, tho. water to react against the.' latter in such a way that il Uraws the .'boat back-; ward. More than one-fifth oi the pounds of sugar produced in llic wcrl-Mast-year was consumed in the United States. England .anil Wales together have forty'special schools for the blind, 5.1 for the.deaf and 2-15 for otherwise de- fective children. PURE FOOD MflBKET Specials; Finest Picnic Hams (5 Ib. average) perlb. Finest Dominion Skinned Hams Criiwn Creamery Butter perlb. Finest Donnybrook Dairy Batte 3ib.for We carry the Largest and Most Select Stock of Fresh Meats and Poultry in the City Government Inspected Products on Sale at all our Markets MAIN 3rd Avenue South. Phones ,412. and .1388. DOMINION and 6tr. St. 8. Phone PALACE 13th Street North. ..Phone. 431.. ;