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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 29, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TITO f.ETHBRmOE DAILY HTSHALH Wednesday, November SOLD BY KERK CO. AN OFFER TO CHINA .Washington, Nov. United States today formally offered to China the services ot 2600 American troops now stationed in the Phillip- pines to aid In keeping open the rail- way from P'ekin to the sea and for the purpose of protecting foreigners in'' China if the Chinese council of ministers desires to accept their ser- yices. ASKED JAMES AIRD TO BE CANDIDATE The 7th field battery St. Catharines disbanded last summer will be reor- ganized. There may be a new artil- lery brigade alone the Wellnnd Canal. iThe Dain Mfg." Co., of Port Colborne may spend in adding to- its plant for manufacturing farm implements and may add autos to its output. Jas. H. Ball, M.A., for years P.S., In- in Welland County, is dead at JVellano', figed 78. They're all asking f for moi'e. Atid no wonder! is a tj. prepared "from beef finest vege- tables that. Irish soil can produce. The manufacturers of Edwards1' Soup are large and close buyers, and by specialising for over' 25 years they are able to pro- duce an assortment of soups of the highest merit at a price within the reach of all. COWARDS "SOUP Edwards' Soup, too, is also an excellent addition to your own soups. It imparts strength, colour, .nourishment and fla- vour it improves the.skill of those who make, and the ap- petites of those who eat. Edwards' Soup is made in Inland. So. pw pMktt. Stttf h in ikrtt Tir fircwir Ii t tiitb Witf preftrtd frna laf vtfelt hit ttuti. CITIZENS ANXIOUS THAT THERE SHOULD BE MORE ALDER- MANIC CANDIDATES There is a dearth of good solid alderinanio candidates. This is the general opinion ot. the ratepayers, and it is very likely that an effort will bo made during the next few days to bring out some strong men to congest 'the election. Today a delegation head- ed by-some prominent .business men waited on James Aird with a larpnh signed petition asking him to his name to go before the people, it, is understood that they met with very good success. While not clefin itely announced, it may be taken tlut will ho in. the field, and 11 11 he will have the Tiearty support of i Jarse.'number of'nrpinlnentTOtep'neji Mr. Aird has riot .been in the citi long; but he has. proven himself lo be'a-.good citizen, who has the inter ests of the city and theie Is no doubt that lie would mike a Etroiij: alderman for the coming J e IT Ther-e is still a chance -that noon lie stated that if hi) 'could arranae his business thai, he would he free, to do so, lie would .seiioush consider the matter: 'He is hems pressed' froin every quarter TO a'ttow to go. before as many wish hini lo give tlie city ihe hnnefit of his experience during Ihe coming year'when so innqli of Importance to espec- ially since he has all tbn work at his ger's ends. MRS. GREATLY MOURNED EULOGIES PRONOUNCED AT SEQUIES OVER AN ESTEEMED MAGRATH WOMAN Magralh. Nov. 1.30 p.m. to- day the iuncral service over the re.- imiiiis of tin.' lute -Mrs. V. Haycock, who uii Saturday evening last passed i away -'afli'r a short illness, wus ht'hi in the Latter Day Saints chiirch. The large and lieautiiul llur-. ill uHerinjES testified In Ihe high es- teem in which the deceased was held in this community. Hislioji Marker was in charge of serviee, and niiisie. was ren- dered during the service by a mixed quartette, consisting of the Misses Kriiiii Ivarren ami M'yrtle Tomlinsoii land T. K. Roberts'mill J. Gibh. The meeting was addressed hy Elders A. Woollcy.. KH Biaincli, J. A. A. Mercer anil Bishop Harker. All the speakers eulogized the siei-lint; (inalitics of Hay- cock, limiting her intelligence., inU-g- rity and Christian charity. She had proven herself to be a fast friend, a noble wife and mother, and true fol- o! .k-sus Christ, tier reward in the tierraitiT was sure. It was j pointed hy one ot the speakers Klder Rusmii.ssen, that according to l the Latter Day Saint idea of marri- Ml tntl Ln joy each other's society and partake of the relations in ihe eler- 'nitics lo cotno, for they had been s-alrd in tin- holy temple of hy the delegated from on high not alone for timi.1 hut all etcrnitv 't'ek-stial marriage is a glorious priitciijle, and the only mfjilc recog- in- ihe Lord; li was laugln hv t hn nul ills ipostlcs and is in I'l chinch toilii llni bhould be a 1 outer 01 comfort to the hereft hus- !hi'id. f I lu i is btreui t tth 'hciutmil flonu mil wrciths mclud j uu i ii art iron Mrs ininednte mends 'll honoi piliheirers weie Mrs B I fin Mrs Hismus Alts I V liisn isben Miss bin uson 1 II 11 Mrs John ,11 1mni.r P isniussrn ind Mrs Biiolfff M 1, t lottcu! J? tllc "cuneter INDUSTRIES FOR ENTWISTLE -EntJ'lBMc, Alia.', igieat deal of Eastern nioney has been in- at this point during the past few months, and results are already beginning to be in evidence. The itew bridge of the Canadian Northern over tlie Pembina River is now ap- proaching completion. The coming of this-road to Entwistle seems likely to give a new impetus to the already rapid growth of the city. Only re- cently it was announced that stone is.-to he quarried .here and.shipped to Edmonton for building purposes. It now transpires that, one of the largest of the new structures -to use B'ntwlstlo stone will be the Grand Trunk Pacific Hotel. It is also not- ed that Entwistle coal companies are now preparing for development on a large scale, and that a brick and tile company is being for the handling'of Entwistle clay. igralo it uas to us (mil Ircbtui" phci! __ 11-ui.oi.k ind the lineil double Iner of brick ind a phced just jliou ilie' 'uintainma; the coffin The deith ol Uncock cist i gloom oicr commomtj is she MIS lAlr mcly poiuTir She was lonil In all who her, mil m.r close feel htr lobs Tlie tut tint but nicnti seirs ot age_ is ilsu a -ource of rogret being cut short is slit was in the iiriiiu 01 life and the bcrciveii famth hale the unpath} ol Men- resident of Maijnth ind district The Edward Partlngton Pulp and Paper Company, at St. John, have a good supp'ly of water hy bor- ing artesUn wells, and it is expected they will next year begin the erec- tion of the large paper mm, for which they have secured a sH.e neir their pulp mill. ST. JOHN LOOKING FOR PROSPEROUS TIMES IN 1912 ANNOUNCEMENT For reasons well knowri to bo to the tul- vanlage of our customers as well as to onr own wo have cledided to do business on ti CASH AND AFTEK DEC. 1 Please do not- ask for credit after that date. We shall continue to carry a frosh and complete stock that will always have our guarantee, and shall be able to give you bet- ter value for your money when do busi- ness for cash only. CRAWFORD PODGER 1112 filh St. John, N. B., NOT. sum- mer of ]312 will be the busiest .St. John ,or many years. The Federal government has award- ed the contract for mo feet'of wharf and 300 feet of se.i wall at West St. John. This will Involve an eipedl- ture of more than a million dollars. The wharves will, be built of birch timber to a height of eight and a half feet above low water mark ami above this will be a superKtrncture of con-, crete. Behind the wharves and sea- wall dredged material will be dumped as part of the filling to be done to make' a site for extensive railway yards to be laid down by the Canad- ian Pacific. Another contract, In- volving will oe.awarded by the Provincial A new bridge is nserfed at the .reversing fails to carry general and streetcar'traffic between east and west St. John. Hon. Robert Maxwell hns announced for the government that the plans are ready, and they expect the contraei to be awarded und work begun in the spring. Then the Federal and Prov inclnl governments'have agreed upbn terms far the construction of the railway from St. John to Cinnd Falls, through the St. John River. Valley, to be operated as part of the intercol- onial system, and construction Is ex- to begin in the spring. Tha erection of the 'large new brush and broom factory and the larxc new the- atre block will be begun In the.spring, and (he splondid new armory, of which the foundation com- pleted, will bo carried to .completion. JAPAN'S FINANCM budget ti fin- ally, completed was officially an- noiimad .today, H shows.the follow- ing amounts In yens, (a yen. being equal to about .50 cisnts in Canadian Receipts, ordinary, ex- liwidiUires-, ordinary tOO.ilOO.OOO, ir.iorrtin.ny sh'owa in "I surplus W IVJJUO.Wt RYLANDS Macdonald Block ANNOUNCE A CLEARING of Fall and Winter Goods, Ladies' Suits and Coats. We realize that the season to dispose of these goods is fast passing and not to take any chances on stocks being left over, we have determined to put on a sale worth while on THURSDAY and to Continue for 10 During that time we will sell Ladies'Suits and Coats, the balance of them at startling reduc- tions Ladies' Goats Lot 1. Lines; regardless of cost, at Lot 2. l7.50, and Lines, regardless of Lot 3. Blankets 7 lb. Grey Blankets worth ifor per cent off all Table Linens, Napkins-. Towels and Towelling Remember the Sale will be a Hummer if prices will make it go. al Lot 4. siJI at Q 5 Lot 5. all at one price Remember these are brand new Coals, O O made in August last, to be slaughtered, and similar prices will be given on Suits. Ladies' Black Moire Underskirts Regular cut sale figure 90c The above are beautiful new goods Ladies' ynderwear worth 60c for 40c per garment Ladies' Cream Flette Night Gowns, beautiful soft goods with em- broidered neck and fronts, good value at out they go at out they go at 1 out'they go at 20 per cent off on Children's White Bear Coats Lot 1. A wonderful snap, 12 only Children's Gloth Coats, age 3 to 7, in dark'grays, andnavys with gray Asr trachan collars worth regular, cut price sale Lot 2. Child's Blue Serge Sailor.. Suits, age 3 to 7, prices 4.50 and 3.'50, all at one price Lot3. Shepherd Plaid Sailor Suits, regular 4.50 for ;