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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta rililay, NovtMiibfi' 28. 1913 LKTIUJIUDOE DAILY HERALD 11 COMPLETE SATISFACTION .GUARANTEED Try Blue lllbbou Ten. We know you will be delinked with In faii your gmfcr sells it oil 11 strirl Kuaranl? e of best 'ti'iialit'y, Sold Everywhere Cinti this Advertisement 25 to Blue Ribbon, Limited-! for the Blue Ribbon Cook Book. The best cook book for use in Western Canada. Write name and address plainly. Toronto, Oat, Nov. lives were Imperilled tiy a lire'which did 51500 damage at 145 Augusta avenue, Toronto, early.this morning. Great darlhsj saved the lives ol tjghl while, two others eEcap- ready action' ot ra'en Ic.iving the house shortly after the fire -broke out. T3iree persons were injured, not Uiey are Mr. and Mrs. A. McCann and J. Anderson. BIJOU "The Five M mica I And .a .Program De Luxe, MONDAV AND TUESDAY BAND SIX PIECES MONDAY WEDNESDAY AND SA1URDAY AT .THE Cosy Roller Rink OPENS Tomorrow MILAbl -INC- fHONSI 1m Oh, Irt us give OJt ol tie gilts Bivest OS. let us live IVith life- abundantly, because Thou Oh. male us shine In darkest places, fur tie light is Thine; Oil, Itt us be Faithful witr.edses lot Truth anil Thee." Crescent Heights SSeihodisl, on Sun- day. t Tho "At Home'1 given in Lhp Cen- tiat school auditorium list evening city tsKhlng elatf was a distinct- ively enjoyable affair. Superintend- eutent and Sire. Hamilton. Miss holui anil Miss Jacksou wel- comed the guests. Eighteen tables or fjve hundred were In ulay, after which inviting viands were served. A delightful hop concluded, the pleas ant event. CLUBS ANB SOCIETIES Mrs. JoU Craig acd libs Harp- son, C21 lor 'the first time this season and not again until alter New Years. e f t Mrs. McKenzie. and daughter, Ilel- The Guild, o! St. Marys cliuich en, and son Jack, o! Calgary, are i called a special meeting last evening spending a short time with Mrs. K. I at the home o! Mrs. nasfabrooi and A. en route home from decided to change the date ol KusslaQd, II. (J. V Her many friends will be glad to know, thai" Mrs. Albert Aioold will be able to leave the Gall hospital oa Sunday, as she is sufficiently iecoyr fr their bazaar, to IKceiuber 9lh. The drawing tor the centrepiece will tale place at that time. s c Twenty-five members attended the meeting of the .Women's Missiouaiy soricty o! Wesley rhurch yesterday I alternoon, when tte room was prel- Scores of visitors called during the tjiy joeoraleti ,wilb terns anj potieil ereil aller licr recent operation. a OPERATING IN STAFFORD BE. FORE- THE ONE-CENT POST- AGE RATE WILL APPLY 'There Is'no possibility Uial drop fitters for local delivery wlil ever be :arrled to Staffordvllle for ose cent. Some time ago tho Business Men's association of. North Lethbridge dis- covered that a one-cent stamp was not sufficient postage to carry letters o Slaffordville. When the village was made a part ot the clly H was aken for granted that letters would ;o to Slaffordvllle. lor the same post- Ige as recniiTed Jor ' T.hero haa' been a'separate post of- fice In the village for some lime, and t was thought that, in order to ob- tain this advantage the office should made a sub-station of the Lelh- bridge office. So an appeal was made to the but nothing hns been beard of the .result of that ap- peal. Mr. lllginbotnam has Inferred ihe. Herald, even though the Staffordville office, was made a EUb-statlon, a two cent stamp would be-, required to that part of Ihe 'the fol- lowing, from the post office regula- local :ot. drop .for local delivery will one cent per trance, but..thia d'rop letter rate, does not apply to. a letter posted at one post office for delivery another office, even if the two 'of- fices a-re In-the same parish.or. mu nlclpallty, and only a short distance apart, Neither doc3 it apply to lei tere delivered ou a rural mail route." The only way in which S'.jftord vllle can get one cent according "to the postmaster, Is through mall carrier delivery froni the rriain office. -Tills, be thinks, will come in time, butyls utterly out ol the nueation at present Thero are two things preventing such extension. The department will not consider plications for carrier delivery, where the houses are' not systematically numbered, and sidewalks and cross- ings provided.. H is altogether, likely lhat -when street car.servico is stalled to the Carrier system will .be extended to include tills part of the ctly. In the mean- time citizens In Stafford must be con- tent to go to the1 post onice- for their mail, and those on this side to pay the two cenls for delivery .In Stafford late afternoon yesterday, Mrs. R. Wallace received lur the first time Ibis season. Mis. J. Nelson poured tea, the viands being served by Miss Viven and Miss Kdra Smilh. were the callers, came duricg the tivilighl hours yest-erday, when Mrs. II. (J. Clarke was formaj- ly at home Jot the first time this season. Red atid white carnatiocs perfunied Ike drawing room, while yellow chrysanthemums were effective in the dining room. The engagement is annoucccd 61 Barbara .Icanette, seared daughter ol .International' association. Mr, Mrs. S. McCrea, of Jfaclcoil, Alia., himself fully convets- to Dr. .lotin A. Reid, M.H., of Cal- ant wilh erfrv detail of tie sysleni Alia., formerly of Pinterlun, (lowering- plauts- Mrs. Shouldice gave a splendid ad- dress on the first .chapter of Itic study book.- His.. Coot, Mrs. .Wbid- Mis. King Rave reports of the ivatch lower department. A solo by MrB.'tooprr a p duet by two girls were much enjoyed. At a well teachers of .Wesley meeting of the aiid Westminster Sunday schools in. Wesley church last night Sir. K- K. Wcrry, secretary ol the T- Alberta Provincial Suuday Scrjool association, ouliinpd the sys- tem of graded lessons endorsed by Jnl. The marriage will take place early in December. The "We Should Worry" club dance, wlilch. was held in (he S.O.'K. hall last evening, was a most delightful alTair. While (he attendance was -not as large as 'it would otherwise have been, owing to various ptiief attract lions, those present enjoyed the dance to the utmost. The Imperial orchestra discoursed splendid music, and a daiQty supper was served at hall time, after per extras being kindly played by' Miss Helen Oalyin. v Miss HOSE, of Carmaniay. is spend' ing a few days in tbe city with friends! Rev. J. B. Francis goes to Calgary! tomorrow, lie -will preach anuiveri sary sermons In his former 'church, readily .answered a laiRC number ol questions. There was evident ap proval of the system and hotb schools, will at onre in the beginners .and. .primary classes add for the genera introJuctton" system later on. .No meeting of.tie Junior W.A. o St. Cyprian's 'Church will be CyprlanXiW- A. met yesterda: afterripon for-the last-time this year tinlesB .called for special Her. Canon McMillan rcQuestcd the A. toie responsible for the Christ- mas decoration.-riA -nomination com- mittee, composed-of Mra. Uoyd.-Mrs. McMlllen, Mrs. Fleet- wood and Mis. were ap- pointed. In anticipation of.'the annual meeting. SATURDAY SPECIALS MOTAHLK BA1U1A1XS tlml wnmut great savings. Those spec- ial prices will prevail today and it means a splendid money-sav- ing opportunity for yon. The assortments arc satisfying and yon can buy with the assurance that you're getting much more than usual value for vour money. Enticing Values in Dry Goods Section 39c Odd llac-s In Ladies' Vests ar.d Drawers, and Tights, wortll up to Jl-10, oirh Avon knit wool mitts lor ladies and children, 'jusl the kind for cold weathc-i wear. Per pair........... fted, brown and green corduroy velvets in, rich pile. Full 27 Inches wide. Hcgubr SOc; per yard Travelers' Samples' of combs, barrettcs, stdo combs, bsauty plr.5, match and 4 candle holders, eacb ..........'___ lUU 100 yartls English Flannelette in dainty pink and blue stripes. Regular 20C; per yard 59c 15c A Whirlwind Finish in Ladies' Suits The balance of our this season's slock in Ladies' Novelty auii Plain Tailored Suits, Styles present the latest ivord In the fash- ion world. Materials are uorsteda, EOrtjcs, t-heviols. cords, etc. Regular up (0 J27-.50. All Ladies' etes. f4 n ffi All one price............. 9lw.wU Clearing Sale of Heavy Brussels Rugs Hugs lu fawn and green floral designs. Clcarlns this week-end regardless of cost. Size 8x9; Regular J22.50 (or Sire rcg. 525.00 Size 9il2; Hecular J27.SO. [or S17.95 Out-let Hale of Boots and Slices and -Men's Wear in fine swing, llcmnrkablc snvings in these departments. Although we had two days' heavy selling, our lines are stilliu good shape to make your selections. Here nrc one or twu Men's tan leather lined Wuch- cr boots, fanc3" toe caps, swing toea and- military heel3. A einarl for young men. Reg- ular (6.30'. Sale price CJ Crt per pair............ Famous Kn.jllsh Dlicksmlth Worktngraan'B shoe value for the money on the mar- ket. Solid leather, In Muck and cliocolate.. Regular J7.00, Sale price, per tiA Men's Suits I n Imported Tweeds and Worsteds, in plain and .heather mtitiires, and perfect filling. Regular aalo CQ QC 99.9O Meji's'lleavj- Tweed and Mel- 'ton in emart Fait etyljs, shau-l and notclieii. col- lars. Reg' Bjft -71; Salo price.. 999w Just 50 lilgli grade Boys' suits in plain and heather mixed im- ported Uveeda. Smart and styl- ish. Sizes 2C-33. Regular Sale price -jlf Overcoats to fit hoys from 8 to U years. Kmart, 'warm aid. durable tiveeds. Not many In tills lot. Regular 58.50. Sale price. eC OC each.............. Best Quality Sharp Savings WAS A' NATIVE OF CANADA .London, N'ov. dealli is an- nounced at AustraJla, from cancer, of Col. Havllanft-Le Mesurler. commandant of the AuslraHan artll lory, and son of tbe. late deimly com miBaary-gcneral o( Quebec. SPECIAL Rug and Mat Sale Tomorrow, Saturday, Only at The Wilson Furniture Co. I North Lethbridge Size- MORAVIAN DOOR MATE, reversible sides. 2C, llegular price 50c, pale price BEDROOM 'patterns, goon nesigns and colors; with fringed ends. regular price Size 27 X 54. sale prlco Regiilar price fZ.OO, 25c colors; 85c AIsa nil.C'nrpot Squares Tomorrow. CASH AMERICAN BUYERS PAYING THE PRICE DEMANDED BV..THE-' CANADIAN FARMERS Monireal, Nor. U ev- ery evidence ol' a boycoU Winst many of the largesl poultry shipping houses and farmers in (he eastcra jiart of the Dominion by the whole- salers In ooUi the cast ana the tteat Tho wholesalers'- take the view that they are being charged too high pric- es for the festive birds, and In con-orkiDss of the law the Union Trust and Sayings bank haa hi preparation a booklet, written so ts Io be easily by all, and It will be distributed tree ol charge to tho public. ers, ana caused HEM buying and Inrgn slocks led over, they say, .unless all offers of poultry are on a lower basis than tho present theywlll not attempt to buy except o.n, advance cash orders from retailers. -In answer Io this the farmers, es- ptfcially those nearest (he Internation- al boundary line, say that the Canad- ian wholesalers can .either take their poultry or leave them, just whichever suits them, as tho American.buyers are in the market, and will pay the as long as they get.tticlr jirico they will be enllstied.. Wholesalers say that although Iheir whole Canadian trado Is In jeopardy, they can do no different lhantlcl the poultry go, as Canadians tannpt pay UID prices, and the birds will be n. loss to handle. Turkeys arc now. of- fered thoro at 21 cents, fo 22', Ijiit they must come down (o 2t> eentc before the wholeralers them. ABANDONS OIL EXPLOITATIONS London, Xov oil and other concepslons obtained by. Murray of Kllbnnk In tho Republic of ColotR- hb, where he went on 'oobalf :6f (he 1'earson concern, have beeri snrrond- crcd by (iowdray, TTho decided to- day (o abandon the efforts (b ,carry through the proposed exploitation. RAN AUTO OVER MAN Saskatoon, Saak., Nov. 27.-rJames Irvine, of ttils city, yesterday lornoon ran his automobile over John McUidG, his ikull as' a result, was remanded todaY uri' lil ncxl Salurday on a charso 61 com- mitting grievous harm. Slctadc In the hospital. Ills recovery is 'still uncertain, WILL BOYCOTT EGGS N'ew Pork, Nov. denlnl of eating eggs hsro today in an effort to icdnce the price. H Is esti- mated lhat club, women and Ihelr 'families are- the movement which has for its objl-ct reducing the price to 32 cents a down. Until that p61nt Is reaohod Ihe women havo pledged theniseUec to out eggs. Fresh1 egg's are selling re- tail here aKrom 45 to cents. Spec- ulalofs are said to control the market A year aso the women broko'-the price by selling egsa th'jmtclvcs. SHOT THROUGH NOSE Saskatoon, Sask., Nov. playing with a .22 repeating rifle with hls-.companlon Allan Jones, o{ andli, was thot on TuesdaVf and Brought to tho hoipliiy here yesterday tor treatment. Th Mixed Peel i 1 Complete for 1.00 1 can Blueberries 1 can Peaches 1 can Strawberries 1 can. .Raspberries I can Pineapple Complete A A 9l.UU 2 cans. Peas 2 cans Corn 2 cans Beans 3 large tins Tomatoes Complete for 201bs II.. C. Sugar lm Coffee- 2 tins Reindeer Con- densed Milk .lib Hudson's Hay Tea Complete nn for.......