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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 17, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta LFTIIBRlbGE TUtLy HEKALP Friday, October 17, 1913 SIR HUGH GRAHAM and D.LOKXKMi'GIBBOX fta mm PI Premin.nl figures In the big newspaper rn Monlre.1. whtrc Ins .for- rem with Uie Wor.tre.l SUr, is ;by for gne hundrtd thou.inJ tlltglntf Krmf.irscy.Ho prevent the fijom. publishing t FIASCO LOANS MAY NOT BE FAILU.RES AS NEWS v- LoodM, Ooi. 16.-Tbe ft gjjys "As tie result ot Zfalacd Bisoo which toot MORMON CHURCH HAS 300 HEAD 'OF PRIME BEEF TO DIS- '_; POSE OF faic inT mole sort toilsome reports, jfino to t ness connected wxth the sale ol Ihe graph, however.-, he about 300 Iveid ot prim's ibis part LTbe ifplncei "bl lick' t'f public .tythui the last three weeks that it seems doubtful whetiex .the under- writers ae really being saddled with hwvy liabilities as it would ap- noV- iflays possess a 6'eat deal.more In- side than folineilT, :'anil there is reason to believe that ttev are frequently the real guarantors of the. scfccaljed usdereriters. Itisr.be- y'bnd Soitt, comfinire and other" big corporations vrlthfuads of. .tie coinraissfon ..to amount sitbey yant >4 a" cheaper raw. They underwrite purely'ldt inTr-st- inent-.purposes-aiKl-hot'-for tte sate the commission if the sub- scriptions are large." Wood', o' is charged church's actirities, has col sold yet. .P. Burns has bid. The Prince Rupert Meat Co. is, also anxious to get them, and Wood Bros. of Cbicago, will buy. It jras to this firm that the cattle' la'st year and liey paid, Ibe highest price. A 'weigh Ee put in at the) home ranch qi the church and emy brtt.will-be: weighed before be leaves the range. They are to be sold' oa the ranch, ilr. Wood believes ;that a infcage of 10 per cent, is lost'drlv- to the railway. Fnorrn the Albertaa. reirtWng comes to Kings. 7brea s, Bengal menagerie was HON, JIMMY'S HIGH MOTES (Toronto Siiortay -Hon.- James "Duff, the Miulsier of Agriculture ment jis.ihe in. the .-Whiiaey- govern- posoKsor of a very pitched voice. Ills office in the Parlia- ment bu: the dstance.away. A few daj-g 'Xr. Duff.-'Waa talking tauce phone to Duff, who was In _fact :oni-CT5Ation The North winds'will blow, And we shall have snow, And what will the kiddies do poor things? then, there is a Victrola in your home, they mil be perfectly contented to slay indoors, when it is cold and wet and Ls'.en to the .splendid music and stories played by instrument. It solves the cold or rainy day problem pi amusing the chil- dren and 'at the same time provides one of the most valuable parts of your children's education the knowledge of fine And don't foiget'lhat it's just as good (or the grown-ups u il is for the children. Time is a "HU Maker's Voice" dealer in your town. Call on him and htar the Victrola bring trie children. Victrolu tost liom lo and easy paymenla (as low as SI per week) if dniied. Viclot records are 90c fot 10-inch double- lided.' Ask foe our Cilalogus liiling 5000 records i A, A K LIMITED ...DEALERS EVERYWHERE 5 5tb >S., Br.van Bloc-k. plainly audible'all over the buildinj, The windows ot Premier Whitney's and heirtDs' the noise ht 3ifcJitcBls Horace Wallia, -to from. 3 Jfr. relumed shortly said apologetically: "It IB irtly Mr. DiiJ itOTrn." speaking to his Tvlfe In Cooks) tell the. terse .rejoinder Qurea's Park. ANOTHER LTGHE8j-CLOCKS, BROOCHES, CHAIN BAGS, LEATHER HANDBAGS, TOBS, SAFETY RAZORS, VEST CHAINS. ..GOLD FILLED AND SOLID GOLD RINGS ALL AT l quantity of Travel- Samples at hairrraising we iiitemlto iurn tlic.sc loose fo'tlie public of i TOMORROW, "s ATORDAY At T o'clock In (he evening, all these goods will be on view in the Bed Corner Window (Friday) nil day and you tire in- vited to come and examine them for yourself.' You will find some very high grade 15 and 17 jewel movements in guaranteed casoH, ii'iid there are also some excellent watches suitable for the- working man, in dust-proof cases. In oloqks llierc are sonic natty little timo- pjujces in attractive cases and also some line gilt mantel clocks. Xifty little chain purses and hags will attract the attention of.lho.ladies, as. also will the handsome Hiile Chatelaine ..Gentlemen's Fob, and Vest Chains in various grades from gold to tin; real article. Several lote of Plated Ware will iiicludcclaiid'tiiis'dale an opportunity to the .bargain hunter. The Sale will commence promptly at 7 o'clock and an early attendance is requested NEITHER REMOVINO NOR UN LOAO1NO, JUST SELLIHQ THE GOODS TO THE HWHE8T ALL. N Auctioneer. e3tf- litaLes }ust sufciuUted. to Ihe ure provide ipr AH locreaso-in Uie of the members of the Cabin- et to '16000 per In aiWilion, of course, to the seasonal Indemnity of 11500. Tbe Premier win also receive 12500 as president of the executive council. The leader ol the opposition gets 03 a member of tho Lesis and 12500 allowance' as leader The Speaker ot the Legislature -is paid J2500. Remember Rlel [Simcoe RefoTmer) hea'd of Ulster's Prorincial i G overn- Wonder l{ .Str over to bJm. Mr. Rlel was, t2K push of the only provisional Sir Edward Carson. IE lo be the heard of Rlet and what happen- ment mentioned; in Canadinn THE BULGARIAN LOSSES. (London Dally- Xews. The official figures of Bulgaria's losses In'both .recent wars are even'more tftirlbfc. tnan rhost'pf-ii had expected. Kulgaria lost in a) nearly killed, over ini.oo wounded, and ne.arlr misstn? The ratio of deil to wonndeJ ex ceptlonaV.y htgh, riut what is mos are the'Vejtry. IqasM suiter ed in the war. Th slrugKle .SeC'-la and...Urcece thoygh It hut a few days, co? nearly. kHIcd and over. 51 wounded, together with sorne ratsaing, most oi.whom muat bo artdcd fo the death roil. The flshtlna; among the Allies must have been of a more obstinate and desperate cbaracter, and on a larger ?ca1e than the outside world was allowed to know, anil per- haps In these 'liguni we have a re- flection of the leroclty of the combat- anU. As tho population of Bulgaria Is Ices than n Bulgaria lost in frilled and wo-jndt-d during this year of war nt-arlj- one filth of her adult male poiralotion.. There can be few 1 B'jlfiarian houies without an fcmnly chair, or a maimed For' de- vastation on a scale -sf8 mint go bac' well as comfort .in footwear depends entirely on the fit Our.Shoe Salesmen, .who are specialists in fitting together with "our Stock, from all the bost'shoo man- siifncjliir.orsj'.assurc you of. Value you buy: from us. We Inive everything for nml rcn froni shoes for Hlojijiy weather, to evening jmrly xlijipers pec our shoes before buying as.you will buy here eventually. .Why nof. nov.'l W. J, Nelson Co. TJie Foot'Toggery Slicilock Building ;