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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 16, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRlDGlf DAILY HERALD Wednesday, October I V Kinety Per Cent of the Record i Short- age only Drawback CrOp' Daroas, Oct. K. HaiSeld IDJ family are cloving back here froia Dunmore and will live In the liarger house in the northeast corner of Mr. .HatBeli is planning oa opening another pool hall in his building oa tho south side 'Main Dr. Vallwin has opened 9 circulat- ing library which will be much ippret-iated by the people'oi this vicln- Jty during the coming winter. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Maynard drove lo Granum on Saturday ihey risiled a couple of days cith the for- mer's sister, Mrs. F. K. Torreace. At leaif 95 per ceut. of the thresh Ins in this vicinity Is completed and Epms rigs are puliing in for the win- ter. Only a scattering jobs are left. This has surely been-the cuera AND __________ WITCH HAZEI CREAM M-K {MaS j- tMr.j. 5 villsivt yen ibs Jiscrrr.forls "of royghtntd char-red hiads and lips, ua3 >xvr sch and vhUe. bushels and.Tve believe. the aret- i yield for for the whole District has been at least 30 bushels per acre. Mr. Russell of Late a large Efld on Saturday, made. 49 L 1 Button went'to lelhbridge visit their little who Is receiving at- tcntion at.the hospital there, Mrs.. 6, .Oliver are the parents.of a new boy which arrived Kt iheir'bome a few days ago. f- J. W. Fobert, has -sow out his bar- ,ber shoprto-Messrs. HecdricfcEon and ,of Cardstbn, who wilt f B. 3lolr froiri LetbLndae j. Iwleelast week vlUi aiid Mrs. M.-jJPeeYertf Medlcfe spent last Batons M.. Peever in' ing', tlie'" ECW elector. AVtUe they.risited tome. -V' At a 'ineetiiig ot.lhe, town jVelfi'at the church.last.-Wednes ".-'dav 'church-, anniversary .on NovemUer 10 a big chicken''supper. .V.veff good is'.also being arranged. Miss "Florence Plourd-has riven up her position in the Big Store acd Is siicceedexl by Miss dliUIelBest of.Car- j.H.-E. Hansen returned on Saturday taking ia the to the coast. John ChrisUanson, -who ''has been ill for some little'time, Vas tat- en to the hospital last Tucstjay lor treatment. Her many friends will rc- to.hear that at last reports she getting aloog as 'well as vas iioped.. for to inspect the fruit farm for a short time ago. WMIe there ho will also visit a Bister lives near .AgaaEfz. has been here for, a couple of veefcH looking relurned on Saturday, m Spokane. 3Iiss Belle InkBter left about a week kgo for Straintima iu eater college- jlfss lakster expects to tafee a cddrse ia vocal and Instrutaental music. She accomijanieil by her sister, Mra. days 'at Edmonton. Miss J5; Mr- Justice has ancoucccd "his'in- tention to retire in1. January neu, will thfn have completed his I5lh -year oo tbe beech and almost his SeTawns" dVstrlct k9th year of age. haticg teen torn on f do'cot believe there Is-a district Apiil 15, 1515. .and appomted-a icdgc W that could rfio.v.a .better ol the en Jan. i .IMS. than ihJs. Very The son of bff J. U Bucknill. oae oi the pioneers ct the pioneers oi the Volunteer moveme.ttt in the west England, Sir Thomas BucVaiU the Bar at the Inner Temple tn 1S53, and tooi ia 1SS5, when he was appointed Recorder" of Exeter, near which he was born. In 1S92 he was returned-as Conservative-member for Itc Epsom Surrey, which" he represented until he was raised to tlie1 Beech. Sir Thomas has bren oce ol" the "racing judges." "his i he once rode tlcmaa jockey, an aiscraeJ- pame- racing T.e'nsver made bets. A daring nderjwf he met with his Only last 3Iay thrown IrbnV his horse oTi Epsom Downs- and sus- tained a broken" which" he travelled (o London and sat in the courts. Among the stories himself is one imprison1 raent by his pwn grandfather for iing'into, the" haiiiJs'oKsipsies in Bps- Tte imprisocment ,ed "qnly'aD hour. acting as, Justice Bucknill grauteii! an injunction casion he granted an injunction while out shooting. On the latter case Doming into court, wunsel said lordship raay remember this "1 "do replied the e, "becauie I nearly killed a pheasant, a barrister, and a solicitor ivitli" one shot." The late Sir Frank Lockwood oace declared that "Tommy" Uucknill (as he was generally and liked to be called) was the most popular man al the Bar.. j Mae who -resided here until a i year aso, is also taking a course In cae same Jlri'Df. Groff'of Granville, N. Y., Arrived tee a tout a- vjeek ago for an at the -McCord home 'and also.wlto htr son, Clarence, -who i 1s engaged u a. painter here. .-W. .who was for-severs' jearj. maniger at 'the'- Crown Lumber yard at Baroiis, visited friends'here last Siturdiy. Mr. Shart fs now ;i .traveller 3 Evening Cloaks g. All J12.50 Jlariioli Scar.'s {j. All J15.00 Marlboii'Scarls J27.00 S30.00 ?33.00 .-All Suits Value Large double bed .matlo of very heavy cotton, trimmed and some hemstitch- ed cnfiB. Thanksgiving Sale of Corsets 95c 'Regular value Splendid quality, perfect fitting model of gratlo "white coulll; white A Tremendous Clean-up of all the New Hats You can take your pick of (he Choicest of This Stock, including all our ?8.50 CC "JK ana some vdues past two season's this depart mciit o f our slorc lias' gained. a wide reputation for the excellence, of its styles and very moderate and jilMliesc -hcwcst models produced in. leading American and .Canadian fashion centres nre'ricnv iiicliided for the full two days at splendid rediiclioris on tlic iiircady very moderate and iinmatcliiible prices. ''r CLARKE C Thanksgiving Sale of Wrapperette Regular 18c ValJe For House Dress- cs alid Children's war; navy, cardinal, cream- 'and other color grounds. Raymond, Oct. market In the neighborhood ol six kindred tliousand busbbla of ivhcat (his fall, declared.T. J. O'Brlrt, mer- chant, farmer and general nil round Booster for the Sugar City, to the Htr- ald representative yesterday, and while William of tho Ellison -mills here, this ealimate Is probably loo high, there Is not the [east doubt but that tlie crop will he a record breaker, Tho wheat Is grading high.this year.1 There U a largo quantity of No. .1, snd very Hltle goes below So. 2. tf'. Carter, of Mammoth, shipped iwq.cdt-s to and he was gratincd last are'nlnK.'to' receiVo wort! thai the entire had grad- eJ No. 1 hard, Wheat is yielding on an average.ol 25 bushels to the acre, Mr. O'lJrlen said, although tliere are "iields that are producing as hlgli as forly. On the .-n-hole tflo yield 13 consJfleraWy in advance.of last ycaj, The flax crop, although'not large, ts eplendid threshinj; out very satisfactorily. Oals have 'had a most successful growth this season and the'rjualitf Is cxcen- lionally high. W. S.-Rouse, a local farmer "who understands his business and the peculiarities of Smirtiern Al- berta soil, reports that his oafs yield- ed on an average of ninety .bushels lo the The average for the district may he conservatively placed .at fifty bushels. r: Ten 'large threshing outfits have been required 'to handle llaymond'a crop this season. They have all ex- perienced successful runs and there are yet elx or eight days of steady work ahead of them before all pi this year's crop Is cither-oil-.-the'world's markets or in the farmers', bins, wait- ing for an advance In yrlce. Mr. Clcmts, of the Klllson Milling company, buying, more good milling wheat this season than ho has .for several years. The Grain is hard and phinip, .untouched by frost or smut, ill of which qualities raako up good milling wheat Tills means plenty of first-class, wholesome flour for. tho people ofvSputhern Alhertn' who believe' llj homo pro- duct before the imported article. The mill at-Itaymond is running steady and has buen for several years.. AH things considered Kaymond may feel proud of her crop this season. Farmers .havo done well, and a few such- harvests will establish B .firm, steady prosperity which permits of growth.- BABYS CALGARV BROTHERS AND SIS. TERS..OFFICIATED AT THE INSTITUTION, nd fragrance Own Soap have tnjtde It a imfrtrsat lavorite, 319 use in beneficial to skin, Albert Vukaa, Oct special train or ItebcccaB from Cplgory came down Tor stJio loOgo icro on Thurfiday ovcnlhg; 'The Odd- fcliowi1 liall was .decorated for tho occasion, following tho cere- nlen the entire company repaired to tlio Masonic hail where a Bplcndlc banquet vi'aa Borvctl. Uplon of Cnlsary Tisllcd old friends Ini Vulcan Irist week Mr; and' Mrs: Thp3. Hnlc4 liavc rented tlicir town liouse to Or. Know ks and have moved on Chaa. Tore- son'a properly, where they arc in 'or extfrTisivo chJchon rnlstng. Cal. preparing to creel a spacious dance hall. A very pleasant iccepHc-n hel al the tiomo of Mr. ftnd Mrs. .1, A Lindsay on Tuesday ovpnlng, In hono oI.Mr, anil MM; H, (Hover and Mr aod Mrs. 0. M..AVuilchcr, upon thel arrlvoi from Ca5giiry', wl-.ere tliey had icen married. About iliirly gueata were jireaent to "wclcoino llio happy couple, Mrs, C, Jones returned'on Sat- urday from Waldo, a C., where aho mil spending a fortnight with icr slater, ;Mra, RORS; Thd ISiilM opened on Friday even- ng last very dellghtfti] Foetal evening. Intereet is taken in this organization arid It is iiopeil it will he Vtry Iielpful in maiiy'ways. Mr, F, A. EHca sjicnl the week c-nO with relatives In Cnyley. Mr. and Mra. T. S. Morion of ncM ill are opening a'farmers' hoarding ou'se In Siiaw's reatmiranl. Threshing has eo favor- ably in th.s district tliat another week or ten days of good will ECS the work practically, Superfluous Hair MOLES, WARTS, CORNS Removed With the Electric Ncedia Hull Block, Mlu Holme) Phone 1710 ;