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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 5, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THK LKTITIUUDGK DAILY HERALD Ssifurila.v. Silkstone Guessing BERLIN FINDS HER- Contest Extended Owing io tlu> harvesting operations In progress throughout the west, tho j pleasures farmers and 1 IK w h ive not been nblc to i H of blK1 opporiunib ti'tud thun by 0. P. Stephens 'to 1 Ul A iniuivy, SELF WICKED CITY SOME OF THE GREATEST GAMB- LING DENS IN" WORLD ARE THERE Berlin, Oct. the for- oljjner liait heart! much about "all nislil" Berlin, lie has only to visit the Kaiser's capital to learn that tho It keep crowds until Uic- sunlight Kmches tho tops of tho I roes in Vni-e-r den l.iuden nro not all of Ihw innocent. gnUi'leaa, youthfui sort. Tin1 fact the three Oorllit- or oitei llun tho 01 inonoy contaiut'il in tho jar. This contest as advertised hy 0. F. Stephens Co., Ltd., has :it- tracted very wide attcMition and many of tho Stephens' agents :md other parties have requested company lo! tod 'suicide at French gambling wat- t'rinK places were confirmix! gamblers who went south of the Rhiuo re- coup tbuir (fwliiilHiiK fortunes, has become a subject for contemplation horo, with tin? result that DerHiwre BEST OF HUM friiit-a-lives" Cuied His fiheumatisffi to extend the time of the contest from September 30 to October 31. The company has considered it fair to do this as no one lias yet guessed ihe exact amount money in the jar. Until October 31, therefore, any one who has bought a ijHiirt of Silkslono, (.he beautiful and sanitary wall may send in n guess as to the amount of money contained in th jar now on exhibition at the Winnipeg industrial Bureau. If more thun one quart of SUkstone is bought a corres- ponding number of is allow- ed. the Date Until October 31st The jar holds (9-16) nine-sixteenths of a gallon of water and it is now filled with "silver, bills and copper. The money contained is less than five hundred dollars and more than (50) fifty dollars. Buy quarts of Silkstone and send iu your guess at the amount of money at once. You may be the lucky win- ner. G, F. STEPHEN'S CO. LIMITED WINNIPEG, MANITOBA SOLE AGENT FOR LETHEJRIDGE iy BMpnTip Po p. L itibnijiiLlu -Lrd, Electrical Dealers And Contractors Plionc 037 706-3rd Avenue S., Hot-Water Bottles IN YOUR. HOME WHENEVER. YOU WANT IT is a necessity in every well- organized home. Rut if the Hot-Water Plumbing is de- fective there are accidents liable at any time. Be sure and have your plumbing per iodically overhauled. We in- stall heating apparatus, boil- ers, etc., and do all kinds oC first class plumbing in- cluding repairs. When next you need a plumber send for us and ?ave cash. Hart Patterson Co. Phone 1294 313-13th St. N. A full partlon will be given thR In- dian, Kyoshk. who was sentenced to death at but acquitted a week ago on his second trial. have suddenly discovered Unit they hnvc among them some of the most luxurious nnd exclusive gaming clubs on tho continent. Several of these clnbg are just ar- riving at Delated ijiiuo through the ___, revelations of certain Socialist four years. Among them are the Berthm, Tho! 1395. and The Luxury, as has been said, is their characteristic fea- ture, and it is safe to say that the police, who raid from thne to time restaurants where the poor .lose a mark or two of an eveiiiag" playing a strictly family game, never, offi- cially at least, entered these salons garnished with sandalwood, rosewood, soft carpets from Brussels, Pnor. J. F. DAVIS 563 CHURCH ST., TORONTO. I want to say to the people of Toronto and elsewhere that "Frult-a-lives" is my and bfccacles from Genoa. where only medicine mid has been for the last Previous to that, i had been very much troubled with Rheumatism and Kidney Disease, and had taten 'many remedies as well as employing hot applications of sail baga etc., wttbou t getting satisfactory results. Noticing the advertisement of "Fruit- I adopted this treatment alto- gether as everybody knows, since taking I have been enjoying the very best health and find it n pleasure to 'follow my vocation of Dancing and Deportment PROP. J.F.DAVIS. Prof. Davis, the celebrated teacher of dancing and deportment in Toronto, is TO ESTABLISH FOREST RESERVES GOVERNMENT HAS MEN INVEST. IGATING FOREST WEALTH OF ALBERTA Write for the Concrete Book" Otintva, Oct. forestry Ac- pnrtimml. this yciir ;i num- ber of men milking thorough hives- trillions into tlmbc-r and Lnim reports which are cumin? to j hand there will be reasons for the I iing itsiilo of :i iiimibiT of! friends. j Rl'-eumatism ami Kidney Trouble. t a veritable army of trained servants stating that "Fniit-a- lulminiEters to the wants of the weal-j lives" alone cured him of distressing Ihv nwmibcrs and their Th, Kitchen of one ot usually loses a year, vrhere a, by Fruit-a-tives Limited. Ottawa. meal is served for 75 cents (hat would _ __ _ cost ?10 at any of the fashionable more work in a diiy than any other Linden hotels. This same club j German citizen, and possibly it is now forest The- largest rcsorvon it is pro- posed to form is on ;hc shoren of Lesser Stave Lake and consists of IKsduure miles. Xt'.u to the Hooky j Mountain reserve it will be hirfj-t cat in Canada. The report on tlii.-; reserve hurt already reached the [uirtmcnt. j .-V.ioilutr forest resiTi o vvhli'h is be-! in r.orilioni Alber-; :a H in the eountrv nonli of Ui Uicuo. j A ruse wo is likely In Southern Man-' tobu and the reserve vhh'h has already been s at Fort La Cornt1. The proposed is of M2 sqmuv iniics ursii. Next year the. department wiil liavc i an extension of the bis river country made. Large extensions will likely be made thid to the pine forest reserve'lying: soutlufl.-.i of Prince Al- bert. It will likely in the Sandy ridge extending nnvtli of the Saskat1- chewan river to a point east of Prince Albert. The. Porcupine reserve !n Northern Manitoba will also probably be ex- tended west to take in it large por- tion or' Saskatchewan. jts membership limited to 150, each tnss, bin it is certain that he has more of Tvhom pays only 515 .1 year sub- ttoy. In what oily one fiud so script ion. This club, the Berlina, was j many orchestras playing after raid MILLIONAIRE IN PIG PEN Morris Labors Stock Yards Chicago IN where the winters are long ami coM, liotisrs uiihl t'lili'fntniuliiingiifoKa, ran be pcnniltcd. cold, to warm inside when it's tlnrty be solul and substaiuiui. No Caimdian homes should lie built tn wind ts, best will islands wind, water :uid uses are warm in winter, rcquiri eds repuirs becaus stead olil. it is fast bcciiiiiiuK popular tr less roal for.Ucatinpr they are tool decaying, it actually growi, stronger T J is bcTiuist' Corn-re U-, of all matt-rials, t. ainidian home-builders. Concrete- liousi immcr. A Concrete house never n> time and exposure to the elements. urrhitrctuml effects may be obtained with Concrete, especially for houses in the country, w! the rough concrete surface harmonizes with its 'surroundings. GlNCE i: never requires icpnirs, the firsi msj in scoica of older waj-s around ihe eostolncoiicirl.: is Its last home and on tho farm. For cadi of I ami it in cheaper, for this reason. iheso pmposea it la llic beat material t! on any other kind of home. known. s anil on the NOT only is Concrete the hiil for houar-buitdinn. telb'ol! abo Concrete, fcn hook in ft Iftlnr or ihe book will be i free. Addrem- Publicity T Th you haven t inveslJijQli IE may alto -1 Concrete around tlic lion CANADA CEMENT COMPANY LIMITED Fiw book, wl 1 B and placina of 2 postcard, n d you nbsolu IfVft'n buying Ccmcntt be sure, fo Cemcnl." Sec that every and barrel bears ihis labd. Then -3.-HI be sun of satisfaction have that ft' Depart your questions relating lo Ce cost or obligation free Informal o answer all f MOIT Univ. has 'been a social light at ihe over Uva results of the early lesson N-aw Morris, Jr., son the fucker, h.ts just eisnt months of humlilo labor in cit-j w furnished at an expense of 940.000, night, cr after 1 o'clock in the morn-j sbeep and hog pens in ihe stock! while its annual expenditure is over! ins? Nowhere in Prance is thero j yards, says a Chicago despatch. He hl ?50T000 a year. The difference is, of'such a show of vino, nnd in Berlin j did this to learn Hie business from course, made tip from the takings fit the cheap wine, the Algerian, docs pig-P-en up, not exist, and in what city are 'there (he tables. To play poker, finite the favorite game, it coats each 50 an hour and a certain percent- age of the winnings. Buceanu coat" each player an hour and a simi- lar percentage of winnings; and so so many cigar PINCKER Pincher Crecli. exhibition held here yesterday, was a CREEK FAIR .Oct. annual Mo began to tailor-made clothes and stiff coHara tjiia week after .eight months i" bcots. corduroy trousers bhia ilaaiicl shirts. In his twentieih y-an.T. hs; has to the less popular games, 'which come very small affair, both in exhibits and 1 ty of Chicago. man little or noth- aliout the stock yards when he is placed the payroll of Morris Co. and told to hit; way to the S alleys. Hero lie 'tvas introduced in a new instructor. George Chandler, who is professor of hog Buying fcv tho c-C'iupjiny. His ntMv classroom consist- ed of cf hog pens. TCvery one was helping him oiitniui rriviur: h-m in ,Tr. grrispotl the opportunities right j'.cd left Ijoiight. After he Chandler into a farce. higher. On an average evening thel attendnuw. There seems to IK? need club innhes in this way from 5300 to i-'trcnR executive to take hold of ?500. After a study of Berlin's 'night vho exhibiticn, if it is not to degener- life, a much-travelled American lias j made the following comment: He Likes It j "J he said, "that one of the j compliments that the modern Berliner j is most flattered to hear is thai, one j should find Ihls capita! 'more j than Paris. The old discussion aiiotit an-d shco't his heart. iiMwnrd Jr. hat' lieen stung, and suing badly. "Eddie, those heavy packers you bought were a frost." advised Morris Sr. "They drcsiiod our poorly, and they had no (itiaUty. Don't let those sharks put any thins ov-ar on you down there. Make them take off the light. Ii038, They are not our kind. He spent four months in the hog alleys and toward ihe end of that time fc-3 had learned the subject (if hogs to atieii fin that he was trusted with Mg deals. Then he waa promoted to the shee-] houses, Yt'here he right on1 t o- a 0 Sold by The Stafford-Asnew Co. ;