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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - November 28, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, November 2S, 1013 tr THE DATTA' HERALD Page 9 Kitchen Tables .EXTENSION TAHLKS Just a few to dean.up. Cut Glass HOWLS, JUGS, VASES, SUGAll AND CRIvAM SETS Fancy China Plulcs, Bowls, Cream iinti Sugars, Tea Sets, Bureau Scls, Cups and Saucers, Bon Hnns, Ynscs, Jardinieres. i Remember Just Three Weeks-arid1 Christmas. Auction Sale Saturday Dirinerware A- few Dinner of llicm Saturday. Prices cut to the bone. The lutlap of the molt genuine Clearing Out Sale ever staged in this Fair City Kirkham Bros.Auction Sale Sat.3-10p.ffl. The Impossible Accomplished Our stock to be cleared Saturday. Auctioneer Waddington has his orders that is "sell the goods Saturday. We cannot hope to set before you all the bargains you will get-come see for yourself We thank you for your past business, whether big or small, and trust you will avail yourselves of the real opportunity of getting the best goods purchas- able at very least cost. Be here Saturday and have no regrets, Are You Prepared. Attend this Aucticn Sale and Get Your Gifts at Less Than Cost Auction Sale Saturday Cutlery ROGERS 1681 In Sels, Cases and by sinylc piece Chamberware By tin; set or piece; Glass- ware, Glasses, Glnss Table Scls, Small Hardware notions. GROWING Children Take To "Force" Like Fish To Water They don't know scientific reasons that justify your'favor- but they do know 'Force" good on the. palate easy in the entails no castor-oil. These -fliVts pi wheat are iteim-cooked with 'milt for 120 bifccd ani tottted'to "ppetiilnj goodnei.8. "Keren" cuts the trouble out ofchildren's Ittdlcg. TOASTED WHEAT FLAKES M J. by TW H.O HanilM, uululi tjr (M (man WOULD 'PREFER THAT TRAIN LEFT AN HOUR LATER IN THE MORNING CrccS, Nor. on the Oil.City .trail is how in pro- igrcss: J. llassafd has the work in ths work is being rushed in order to-get tlie roads in proper cqndiljcm for the hauling of the machinery for. the I'inchor Creek Oil and Refining Co. was spending a.short visit In Calgary, was hastily summoned' home 'on account of the 'big fire. II. II. Drown, superintendent ol the -forest lire rangers, left on Monday on a trip throiijVthfc Livingstone range. Mrs. S, whose .millmerj store was burned on Sunday- morning, tho office in the'.Scott rccentf ly occupied by Hudson's Bay Cardston, Alia.. Nov. town marshal 1 of Card s (on comes 1 n for some treatment, at the hands of the news editor of the Card slon Globe In Its last issue. The re- presentative of Herald has made tt his business to enquire into the Vase, and without going Into details -it" may fte said that every justice "o Ihe peace, two of. the Jocal barristers as well as many of the business men of the town, believe that Chief Cald wcll'dld hia duty In protecting the Or ienlals in. our mtttel. local has been lat very often ol late. The trouble to Ve-at Stirling where this train h'asi "orders'to'wait for north hound; Wherf the north tound is late the Cardslon train IB correspondinsly late. Tlie VesuHjs" great inconvenience "at the! local iHolcls arid ;al the post of- Ijce.'-'Ac'tinfi-'Postniwjftr Cawson and his or- tlMSW MOST OF THE MONEY COLLECT -ED HERE.COMES BACK TO THE COUNTRY having moves across-.fhe. The Dominion Expfcss bfen transferred Itom'.'.the officp-has ward hotel to F. bffilsay's Jejjejfery; Our gunmen for geese thesC'dayVVid some part- ies have returned, ivith.as maay ,pas sixteen of the yonlf (yonkers.. Miss Bailey ol the nurses' staff ul the has' been pro- moted to the matron. A. A. Wade's livery stable at Brighton .was with, ttlrteen ertlmp a great lli'6'IImo lately; on n't. present in Cardit.on_to have the Cardston train .-for'' Lettibridge leive a'n hour Inter'ln thVmprfilne. On'the -present Schedule" connection'.is made with south noond Great Falls train at'Wllsoli Siding. It is kr.own that this is riot a jocd place for crof s .ing, anil. th'atL Stirling has tile facllt (lea. Further.nipre, Stirling'is tho place'of crossing at night on the re turn Journey. The morning train could leave CfiMstm at 8.30 instead of 7.30, as at present, and make con nccUons at Stirling. Plenty, of time will be left for any business in bridge. In the list of possible candidate for .municipal honors published .In ,t- nanl You Try This Christmas Cajke Recipe 2His RalFlns lib -Miscd Peel HIo Shelled Almonds. ltt> (Maypolo) Duller. 2 Tableapbonfiils mace. 2 GrMccTNufroegs. 2lb Currants 1ft Dates........... llh Yellow, Sugar Yokes-of- lV 1 2lo Klcwr. of eggs ailded alternately. Dissolve of soda In a little'walor and add just beforn pulling .In the fruit' Bake very slowly for'thrto or four hours. This 13' iveH iiicccssfurreclpo. Try It; Insl week's Cardston.bndget. Hunt was cut off end of the matter was reached. Mr Hunt is an old councillor, having ac eS-in-lhe capacity of chairman of th Works anil Property committee wnll the cement were being con slruclcd. Mr. Hunt can to enter the field If pressure tnoug Is brought to hfflr, and ivlH make good'councillor n time a this.; AnolheT name was publls oil In last week's Globe: that of D. Cord. Mr. Card Is a man of broad 1 lercsls, a member or the scho hoard, nnd one who, has always Inter- ested 'himself, in municipal af'nirs- Whether Mr. Card would accept nbnij {nation or not la doubtful. 1 There Is a slrong probability lhat (John Blacktnorc, n.A., a Cardaton gradnale of Alberta university, may have a place on Ihe Card.ston publto leaching staff after Christinas.'Owing to ill-health, one of the present sUfl will be compelled to resign. Cardslon, Alia., Nov. at t'eritlon of the Herald representative bai been called to a report sent oul from Cwdston to the effect that 7000 Mormons In 'Canada were paying lllhes, and that these tithes amounted to some J70.000. The deduction drawn ia, of- course, that {10.00 represents the tenth of the earnings of tho Mor mon people of Alberla, which Is ver> erroneous. Vvhile Ihe population o the Eetllements of Canad- may number 1000; this Includes soul not the edult Mormons piling tllhea. Foranstaice, Sttrllns. the town with 'the lowest percentage of non-Moimon two hundred hildren ol school ase out of a potfu- of. five hundred. It IE estimated rat: there is an' areragn o! sevtn illdren to a family at Slkling. Al- aJnothe'ri'.'hundred awl' fifty hildren, who .wage-earnen, nd; stilt 'he wives b[ the unction town, leaves only one hun- red tithe-payers lii Stirling, with lls opulation of five hundred. This is ssumjng that all adult Mormons who rtf! Mthes. It then how- wide the deduc- ion" is from the 'truth of the matter. Tho Herald's Cardslon representative dt.es not know how many Mormons pay tithes in Hie two. Canadian .lakes; but it would j.robably be near er the mark to say that one in' seven of'the population of the -Mormon .owns pay to Ilie.Salt Lake treasury The actual figures s'vcn to 'ho Ecribe by President Wood, of tho 'Albeit! as retires en ling the tllhlnp o Alberta Mormons, were ahoul 558 000, and of this amount about 30 pe returned for work of th church In Canid.al ''V I'orta'gc LA Prairie, -Man., Nov. 27. the morning session of the un- ion of- 31anitoha municipalities con- re ntlon. today -Jobn Perrie, deputy inlniatar 'of municipal1 affairs for Al- berta, in a lengthy'address, pointed out tbat It-was not necessarily on the form of municipal'government that was employed that success of legisla- tion of. municipalities, depended, but upon the calibre of Ihe. men who were elected'as its officers..- A resolution'that. In view of Ihe high cost'of living and the growins cost of inalnlenan'sce of tKe hospitals 'of the 'convention "should respectfully suggcst'thal a maslmum charge of 51.50 per-day -be'inade un- der Ihe'Charllles-ald act agalnst-pa- tienL'! 'instead 'of Si. and Ihe govern- nienl conlribullon'of. 25 cents per day of ireatment- oe connnutu anding the increaaed charge against unlclr-lilllles. Alleir some olscus- on Ih'e resolution wag carried... In cQtfne'ctlor pVoposiiJoa Peer's wort Hard and toiling underfroand nature. Skat off from and freih air, the vital forces weaken and rhtumativn or aihsr tickneu _ Scott's Emaltlon is a miner's greatest help. It contains pure cod liver oil which maVcs the blood rich and pure to nonruh the as a tonic and a nerve-builder act as a curative. f The oil-food in Scoff's Emulsion bufldrnf' I tonic to make rturdy achTe blood The wonderful from EmoUion are too import ant, to neglect. jtf USE SUlSTTTirrD. GRAND TRUNK SUFFERED. A HEAVY LOS Sarnia, on of fhc the great Trunk industry In North Port was tonight completely wiped out b fire; The worfcs employed more tha sK hvfndred bands, mostly Canadian living at Samta and Point Kdwarrt. Every thing in the shops was d Blrdyed, with sereral thousand dollar worth 'of tools belonging to the em ptoyees. One Sainla tntin estimate his loss at Figs, per Ib 20i Table ftatslna, per. tt> 26i Malaga Grapes, per Ib 20i plain and .Bluffed, per bollle 30 afttrnton. Pris- oner founcf guilty of Indecent aicault en a girl under the afe of fourteen years. Frank Luperalo wai 'found guilty of Indecent re- manded fcr wntence. 'HUSBAND ,IN CANADA. SHE- GOT 'A' 01VORGE- i. London, Nov. retldlng was granted a divorce front her husband, Joseph Walion, now "re'sldfhg'lrt left htr three without saying where he.wal going. Most people would be benefited bjr" the sioiial ustof Ocntly, thoroiir without diKoafM (ke tt tW UxaOro 175 GEO. KERR COMPANY Family jGrocers and Prgvisioh Merchants Carefully and tlfien 'Take Advantage ICERR'S SPECIAL PRICES Our store is stocked with the most, complete assortment of Staple and Fancy Groceries? in the city. Our prices are right and our Goods are the best that money can buy.' .Canned 3s tins, each' 3s' tins. per. doien. tins, per dozen JS1.60 2 -tins for. 2it Two for i SLICED Two -for for "PINEAPPLE, TWO for per dozen S1.40 PINEAPPLE, 2 tins PEAS per dozen tins BEANS, 2" tins 2W PINEAI'PLE'-Orated Hand rcked, 2 for 2 for' BEANS, Per Two for IN GLASS ASPARAGUS' TIPS HARRICOT IN-GLASS APRICOTS IN' GLASS CHERRIES IN for 4 BLACK- CHIVERS' ENGLISH JAM, FIVE 'Regular 60c ,now A. FINEST PURE FRENCH JAMr THIS WINTER This for GLASS, thll Only _____ PORK AND BEANS-r 2tn tins, this (or for. 45c HOOD PORRIDOE Sew Zfor 2M -EXTRA FANCY SEEDED RAISINS, 2 for ...JJW SULTANAS, Giant, two for 3W LSMON per pound.. ORANOE per M> CITRON Per ft) per box OLACE' CHERRIES per box MINCEMEAT, In glati otti pail SHARWOOD'S-FRUIT IN JELLY IN SYRUP CUT PSEL', IP) boxes ZSt FANCY CITRON SHELLED t SALAD GINGER PIMENTOES SHELLED VJ.VLNUTS ___ GROUND ALMONDS, per tin CLUB SALMON, this week, 2 for... SALVED ALMONDS, per ALMOND PASTE, ftr tin ANOELICA, pef.tln The finest flavored from the- world's finest district only 754 NEW ZEALAND BUTTER, lino, 2 for New '.Cdokirig Figs.. Hut3, tOranges, Grape Phones 1453 and1502 313FifthStS. ;