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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 8, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, October S, 1013 THE LKTIIIJKIDGK DAILY 11KKALD Best Tea At Its Best "SALADA" TEA Is always the same, no matter when or where you buy it. ,ocal Association Decides on Aggressive Winter's Work- joined Provincial Body k the choicest bUck or the ttaetl tia- coontrjr in the with its exquisite fUror frcsliness protected by the lead Wanted to Hear What Minister Had to Say at Funeral Service But Dying Man's Request is Refused Umonlown, Pa., Oct. Tubbs, 41, wlio is dying of tubci-citibsis, yesterday asked His; Rev. P. H. Thompson, pastor nf the Mellirxlist church, lo preach his funeral sermon he was alive. Startled by the strange' request, Mr. Thompson asked Tubbs il would not be-better to wait until lie had died. Tubbs answered that lie would like, to heur what the minister had to sa> iiboul'lmn. "All I nsk of you is that you visit me a few hours before the end he said. "1 will arrange to'have till Ihe mourners here and (hen you can go abend and preach my funeral sermoi .What difference docs'u few hours make? I am no belter than a dead man now and I would like to watch the funeral services.' Tubb 'When Mr. Thompson refused lo grant the request, Ti said he would try to get another minister. Physicians'say T i One of the flnrt Importaul events of he uew year will be tho tenth an- nual uf the Lelbbrldse Foulirr association, which plat> -from Uie Cih to the 5th of 1914. Although Eoir.e tlise away, local pool- ;ry fanciers ftre already becoming en- .hueiasilc over the event, ;lve plans wore tllscuased at. ilgbl's meeting of Uie association. The local organization has taken a very decided step forward by affiliat- ing Tvllh ihe provincial association, under whose auspices au uimual 3 held, tills year being scheduled for Calgary, on N'oreuriivr 23 to 20. U The prize list will be- larger aUo, I ami la very attractive. The CauadEanj Poultry Review are ofUricj a broaz6 medal, ibere Is "the Heard of Trade] cup.-now held by Isaac Emerson, the' Merchantu Uank cui> by Mn. Cooper of Teeabiink. and the. Wright cup held by J. Gray, to be competed for. Tbfc Huff Wyaudolla club ate ottering a cup, jjivvldtd enough mem- bers will compete, aud the Brahma club of America will present handsome ribbons amongst (our tbelr members. Aside from thtse. a largo number of regular prizes %1U be slven and a calivas being made at the present ttmo for special prizes, which will make tbe total-aggregate nearly The-show is to be l.elJ In the ex- hibition Uultdtng-at Heu'deiROu Park, and arranfcemeiits are under way U> provide for tbe heallug of the building, eo thai all birds will be greatly enlarges the score of their comfortable. Tht- stmiarj of the operations, and many of the local breeders are planning to exhibit al: Calgary on these dales. From there the birds go to Edmoalou and try to get can live only a few days. Grand Forks so will be In excellent. condition for the LelfabrlJgQ show. Last' year a Lethbrldge bird captured a first for the beet male at both Csl- gary and Edmonton, In Che Brahma class, and Indications are that some good birds will be required lo top many, of the classes this year ugalnst ihe local exhibits. The afiiHa'Uou also assures a larger show ing at the Lellibrldge eihtbltlon. Last year there were over flfuen him- ,dred exhibits, and the promise this Tubbs j year is that the number vrill be much IE aUo arranging for Ihe qulcit trpiisfer of birds from outside to" and from the depot, thua them against rrost. Out- side-'exhibitors rcere pleased with th'e.'carV that their exhibits received lafitVyear, arscl the prospects are that receive better handling year. Competition has always been keen ioiportailon of severs' hlgh'clAes show birds by local poultrj men? their share of honors almost guaranteed. J.-." Shackleton, the provlncla poultry, farm at IMmunton. and E. Barker'of Cardston have been chosen "tile. Judi fi'Tfl 9! Unsatisfied thirst U IU U i weakens you. Ice water makes you warmer. This refreshing mint leaf juice keeps off thirst, keeps your mouth and throat cool-moist. You don- drink so much-you don't get so warm Wrigley's is the easiest quickest, cheapest means of pa time away. It's appetizing anc digestion-aiding besides. Try it cool with it! iges. 10 SOLVE CONVERTING DIG EMPTY BUSI- NESS BLOCKS INTO HOUSE SUITES VIOLATES LAW Saskatoon, ihe past year :balt a down .drge business blocks have gone up in the centre o! ,llc city, litiless n certain number' of rented out residential purposes It is pretty certain that a large proportion of the suites .will be vacant :and -the owners-of, a number or new.'blorlcs.on Third avenue have been getting around- problem in .that tho tolict ac- rcHJtino'dation in there is hardly sufficient anrt the health ite: liartment are-in a-q'-ianslary how to" enforce. These blocks cannot be classed as apartment houses for, they, arc built more than eighty per cent, ol the property, which is not" allowable In the case of an apartthent bloct. They I are not business blocks, arc rented'out as 'TlieJ hcaltli department Is up a tree. Tho blocis'certainly have ".lot-got enough wash-rooms lor any apartment block while for a business block they are' better fitted up'than. Is usual. I .The aid of-the city solicitor's, de- j partment prill Jn all probability he called in before the matter is defin- itely, settled. BRAKEHAN FINED FOR .ACCEPTING BRIBE Jaw, Oct Brand- nlff -and Relay Southwlct, the' 'two Canadian Pacific Haljtvny braVemcn. were found" guilty in 'tlie" on Saturday eventng'or corruptly ac-" cepttng the sum of 50 cenls'from each of nine hoboes riding 'on a', freight train from Estevan'to this city'. Tlier off with.a'nominal and cos U apiece. hoboes appeared ea" wltneaEea.-- Night; Scliools for First .Ak Fi'om Front Page) Chew it after every meal MAJOR F. 0. FARQUHAR D.O.S.' Of We ColdEtreariv.Guardi.- Military Secretary Elec't to Field Marshall, the candidates" as '.here are offices to (i :ar.U-ior as'many choices as they ai 'entitled to unifr'tic'AM, and if i do .not--Viiie tor as maiy candidate or as c-Jioices as l.e is to. ynder .the Act', liis vote shall t invalid apd shall'not If The compulsory idea contained in th'e-clause, its am-1 biguity, and tbe dijicrencc the- council bail int'chueii let! to the j present controversy; .vdth tlie result jthat Ihe ajiQfe-.rj'a.ivje is to ho stiiick 'City. Solicitor llaH'will nu- prbach the legislature to ths iol- cliuse inserlcd insler'A mlo. one- of the compattnient the pencil Duke of Connaught. -Infants Children Stands the Teft of Strenuous Play Notwithstandingthe'fact that Little Darling" and ''LiltlcDalsy'" Hosiery is so dainty aud pretly, jnothers have iouud that tliese stock- ings stand the test of children's wear, no iin.tter and violent the get in their play.; Australian Lamb's wool is the most expensive wool we can we use it because it has.abliolutely tfit best wearing qualities combined with the daintiest appearance. :1' This explains to you why Li'-tlt Darling .litid Little Daisy" Sfockiugs have btcii undisputed fa> pritcs for twelve years. Little Darliflj" and Little baity1' Stocking are djcil with fast samlary dyes In Lht edicts Iwtauitccl let Sk'y Itluc, anil IJverjr pair is'stamped witli the Sunsiriiie seeing it. "Little Dtrlinj" hive nilkeu luelanj) toe and are msiic in all sixs for cbildrea up lo seven years old. Daisy Hosiery has the heel and toe reinforced an ex'ra in sizes lo (it children under twelve. Vour dealer catties them. ..THE.CH1PMAN HOLTQN KMTTING LIMITED Hamihon :CSitario Butter Brov-o (of Bojn Botfer S'Mt't foi Cud il Hinillwi siJ, Onurio provided in maVt'a cress liiE7Vquafe in the manv choices as tncrjj, but form pi baHoting is designed to dc- t of" thence In be one priatc column accordins; to bis choice, at the right of the .name', voted for. The. "may rote first dibice" in first column, sccont! :clioice-irf second column and_, so he has Toted one ciToicc- for all OQ the ballot except one. Do not vote more tlian one cf.olcs for candidate as only or.c choice wijl coiint lor any candidate "by Uiis bnllot. All tlislin- marks mnae the ballot void. j "'Kach voter may -vote- (or as many an diddles as theie are oHices to fill nd for as many choices as he is tm- illcd .to under Act.v. [likely- 'be'electcil for the otlier two There will nowte a number ol icnndldatcs. would "split the remaining holces for candidatea -for any posi- [60 pec cent'. votes, ont getting ion" less one, i.e.; -it- there are five 'only 35 percent, while the third gets andidales there will-be four choices icnly 25 percent. The incl so on, but it will not be choices entering inlo the vote M'ouM mlsory ?OT tlic votsr .to mark any oc probably; cliiiiinafc the 40 percent. II choices. He may. niaiV the first candidate, and one" ot" tbe other cait- BUY IT THE BOX nf twenty cosla auy stays fresh, until, used Made 7 Scott SU, Toronto D. D'Eoo. hoice oiily he may mark the first nd second, or the secprid. any holcc in or he may- mark didatcs would witb tho shov.n "by the 60 percent. of Ihe people. In otbpr words the new hoice must be for a" .dijicrent candi- ate. In 'deciding who is elected, re- turning officer shall "foiio'w the pro- cedure in the clause following, which las also, been changed' fo conform. This" method of up tbe voles ind deciding the winnct fs called the fare -S pence method." "The officer presiding at the poll shall then sort out tht ballots ac- cord (tig- to the first -choice- votes for each candidate, no heed bring paid to :tie cihtr cholcrs. -il-any candidate! us- then a clear majority of first choice votes he is elected and the count goes no but if there ba majority, "then the candidate who the smallest- number of these first choice votes is declared out of the count, and. his. ballots arc distributed ainorig the ulhcr candidates in ac- cordance. with the ssconil choices th'crebn. 'That is, each Candidate gets the ballot on uhich' trs name -is maked as second choice. If this gives any candidate" a majority, then such candidate is elected. If not, thtn th3 lowest of the is excluded and his ballots ate similarly transferred. When ahy .ballot con- tains, as second thoice thii name of the. candidate or one. of Ih2 randi- dates already out, his name is pass- ed over and the ballot goes to the third choice, anrl so on until one can- didate shall have a majority, and having, ffc-" ber 6i voies shall be clccled." An' campaign will be cat rf erf on he-tween now tnd the day of election so that all .voters will Have lull urLderstanding of the new whose main purpose is to de- teat the election of a carididats back- ed hy a minority cliciue, i.e., if three candidates. In the field for thft same Joh, one. of them, was back- ed hy t.n cietnenl representing 40. per .cent. voters, on k stralgSl bftllut 'ivilh only choice he feat minority rule. WINNIPEG1 MAN FLEECED New York, Oct. S. Curry, a weaUliyl'rollrcd business man, former city controller of Winnipeg, owner of "SAVED FROM SIBERIA" AT THE SHERMAN FRIDAY, OCTOBER '10th a valuable block, on Portage avenue, has been fleeced out of by fake wire tappers in.this city, according to po'Ece Curry, wbo. Is sixty- five years old. has iuenUfled pictures of some old Gnndorf gang as the men who Tlceced him. ACROSS.THE ATLANTIC TO CANADA IN 25 HOURS REMEMBER The PRISONER Of ZEN DA i Sarah _IN_ Queen Elizabeth Supported Samt'- Conipany. '--.-'_ i RoUnd G. Garros who recently flew lha from -Saint Raphael, France, to Tunis, In North Africa, a dlttancc of In two and 53 mlnulei, consTden a trans-Atlantic flight a possibility. The accompanying map the Carrot Might at near can figure It "out. I., AND I No DAU.LY O. LTD.HAMILTON.Ofr.l Ho Rurr Grandma Used Sage! Tea to Darken She made up a mixture of 3age .-Tea and Sulphur to bring back color, gloss, thick' Common garden sage breTrei j Into s heavjr tea with sulphar; anc] alcohol added, (urii" gray, strcaHwl and faded -bijt beautifully dark and remove every .bit of: daudmff, stop scalp Itching and (ailing hair. Ju6t_ a few1 apptlcttlons will prove "a revelation if jour hair la fading, gray or dry, and -thin. Mixing the Tea and Sulphur leclpe. at home, though, Is troublesome. An easier way is lo get 'the tonic, costing about .50 cents a large bottle at drng stores, .known Sase Sulphur Hair. thus avoiding a lot of muss. Wtlle wispy, gray, faded bilr Is not sinful, we all dtslre to retain our youthful appearlrtco snd attraetlvoncss. Hj- dsrlrcfl. Ing your hair with Sage and Sulphur, no one un tell, because U does It so natur-'' ally, so evenly You JnU damp; en a apbnge or soft bnish >-Ith It and draw- Ibis througtf year: hair, taking one small at a by morning al' gray; hairs have and, after another application or your hair _ becomes dark, (lew, toft and Insutiint. i J. D. Co. tW. ;