Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta
Saturday, October IS, 1913 LETIIIUUDGE DAILY HERALD Page, 11 FOR SALE Pool Tables SECOND HAND, AS GOOD AS NESY. WILL BE SOLD VERY CHEAP. SEE R. W. Wallace AT THE ARCADE MORE-JAPANESE FOR BRITISH COLUMBIA Franks FOR High class paper ruling and book binding, Phone 1107 TO RENT Furnished House immediate Possession .A SNAP 916-8th Street S. The JapaneSo Exploration Society liavc an expciilUon as fhOwn la the above map, will make complete Journey'Qvbur.d the Pacific Ocean, with the object of finding suitable colonization places for the hundreds o thousands of JapapVse vho.afe overcrowding japan, H will be nofed that tlte course touches both British Columbi and California, but no time will be wnstc'd Idokliig for homes la either. NUT COAL Lump, also Mine Run, Screenings, Ton or Car Load' Lots. NEW BARNES MINE PRAYING .'.'Of All Kinds Western Transfer Co. .Limited Ofllce Ci P. PHONES R. Freight Shedi OfficB lies' Office i 462 Stablw 1064 TABER BLAZE FIGHTERS PLAY' OF THE COMING. Tatcr, Oct. A. KathrD or )he post office staff, .lelt Tuesiiar The.. Herald Wants Regular' Correspon-.v dents at Blairmoreand'1: Grassy Lake Write News Editor h capital. IE proirlrititfg rad- London, l End: St. Depbl; Tickst Uthbrldgc Csnadlin Pacific Mall Steamers Ailaii'Une; Rayal Mail Steamers Red Star, American lUnif Leland Lino- Anchor. Una -ranch Lire jrantifnavlan American "uEtlan American J'lorth German Lloyd Line Agstra-Amorlcana S. S. Co. Dl Navlgazltna A Vapora ,'Javlfjazlinc Gere rale Italia na And ail other Trans-Atfanlfc Steamship Special Christmas Kates, Sail- ot any lines mailed prompt- iij.ort application. reports of ships near- ports received dally, tiifor- nallon cheerfully given. REDUCED RAIL RATES IN CONNECTION WITH ALL TICKETS SOLD BY U3 Call Telephott 512 or H. H. MITCIIKLL C. P. R. TICKET AGENT LETHBRIDGE. service. His place'.in the post office will to filled'hy Bobbie who has been-employed at the depot as express agent. A close the deal whereby the city takes over the iroperty. occupied by tbe Oitiiens Lumber Co., was made on Tuesday. The Cittans Lumber Co., is .BOW IE; HIE grounds anrl starting the erection of their new buildings on the property on Main -street nMcli they took over from the Lumber Co: last year.- Miss J. .Frecl went'to I.cthbridge Friday morning to attend, tbe teach- er's convention in session-at that place. r'.ew suits fire'depart- ment football team have arrived, and the fire laddies arc trying to arrange for their first game tor Thanksgiving Day. Mr. and.llrs. A.: Beck returned on Monday from their-holiday trip to Cole-man and Feinie. J.. D. .Hage and K. Icger- soll, of I.cthbridgel af tcr business interests', ia Taber Tuesday and Wednesday.' _ol Commerce has. it Tlc't law. Pi A. at the 'Bank of Commerce.' here, charge of the neV -office, nnr leaves next Tuesday to. assume his duties; there. f IJafrJs, who has practised here in past year, left- Tuesday for. Edmonton by aulompbllc'.. He reside there in future. Mrs. Alex. Campbell and ;Mlss Long ivenl.to Lethbridge.'Tufsday'i return ing There iriil.'bc 'union Thaaksjiving scrviMs in the Flex Theatre nex' at JI o'clock unde: fee' aiisplcec ot the churclies of Tab The collection taVen'will go t To. 3 and Xp. 6 wines the Gall 'cilleries, they saw LethbrWse's ij working to 'full capa ity. cage loads went down 00 leet into the mino and saw' al hero was to see. The visitors 'were mpresEed with the magoitude.of Ui mining industry In this cily.'and.ilt le wondered afterwards that it ;rown in the past .few years to ,bi iuch a'fine'looking After returning'from'the whole party was entertained at.th Chinool! CInb and in the.evening al tended the minstrels at th c. Most ot the turned to the Hat last night, leavin behind a hearty invitation to pay trip to the gas roetrop olfs at some date. In the neat futun WOULD DATA PROVIDE FOR USE CIRCLES OFFICIA IN CIVIC Mrs. PankHurst Was. Refused (Continued From Front EAD OF ARMY WILL MAKE FLY- ING VISIT WIN-. -NIPEG The Salvation Army in Canada celebrate an evcut of liiatori- al Importance to organizattoa in ie welcome to the Dominion for tbo rst.tlmo of their new Central, W. Braimvell Booth, eldest son and estor of the late William Booth.- founder of thli world-wldo movement .Toronto anfl Winnipeg aro the on- centres to be visited by. General Booth, aod extensive arrtingGments or public.and private gatherings aro being The General leaves Southampton oa October proceeds direct to Toronto, arriving on.Satarday, Nov- ember. 1. where ils will p him until November 6, after which he wiH go. on to Winnipeg, re- maining there, until November 11. Commissioner-.David C. Lamb, In- ,ernattoual and heaj of the Kuilgratlon; department; Coinratssioc- John1 and Col..Theodore Kltchlng, accoiciKuiT General from. All of the Army and .In tho territory from to Halirai, also from.- NeiYfoundlandj will "meet their It aaer at Toronto, and those from Fort Wdllara to the Pacific Coast, at Winnipeg. THE HOME PORTRAIT Portraits made in the home have a facination of their own, The> leave the familiar natural appearance that the stage settings of the studio fail to give. THE TISE STUDIO Makers of Fine Portraits 906 Third Avenue South, Letlibridgc, Alberta I do not think 1 should be lu dmiUance.to your country.'I don'tiera ,k I will be. I am willing to trust1 the. seriso. oi1 justice of the Amer- CALGARY LIVESTOCK MARKET Calgary, Oct Burns Co. quote the following Trices delivered Calgary for ceil we'eli's shipments: Hoga Choice quality, 130-250lbs., 5 ceuts; rpuijlis and heaviee, graded; light, Catlle'-Cholce fat Btecre, 6V4 to ceots; goorl fat OfjOlbs. up, 6 to extra 'gbtti (at speyed helf- up, C to extra good [at and heifers, lOOOlbs. up, people." Mrs. '-Pankhuisf was questioned .psely about her departure irom Ingiand. She.told immigration ispectors thought she not. be arrester! il she return- 3 thtrc. "I -was at liberty under he "My license had ef- and I course, subject o arrest .at any, time.. Xotwith-' tanding, I addressed the. interriatlon- V medical congress after tie expira- ion 61 my was not mo- ested, inasmuch'tas-1 had baen ar- ested for addressing public meetings ire'viousty, I should5 think that if T iad beni n-anted, I would have been arrested while :ddtrssig_g this ng- 'Furthermore, -I 'announced public- y that I expected to leave England. So attempt was liiade to prevent'iny A'Cting undrr orders from Washing- the special hoard of inquiry speeded the hearing.1 At the deten- tion'' station Mrs.' Pankhurs't- was lodged lor a (E'W rnlnufes In the roon; which Cipriano Castro occupied "w'hili at Ellis Then she yas take: before the board. Four women who' accompanied Mrs Tankhursl to Kill's. Isliind .were al lowed to'converse with her and her counsel in her They were not permitted to accom pany her board, however nor was her to medium good fat cowe and JielfcTS. OOOlbs. up. 5-to 5H; 'bulls, 4 to siaEE, J.to" 5: spring calves, 126- 0, 0 cents; 200-300, 8; 300-400, 7; 0-500, sheep (weth. s, 5.25; ewes, 4.75. milk lambs, 6 cents; oicc yearling lambs, o. That a new census of tho city of Monarch Theatre Lethbrldje be taken' at a. datp.Bomo patrons of tho Monarlh tonight wl: time in the near fuwre, Is the su opportunity of seetn gestlon thrown out today great vrison..fKiture "Men Wh Bardie. He statee -that bond compan- and hear .'ex-Convict Basse los arc anxious to havo the census as I lectul.e on the alleged brutality official itpnseutiilion. The tdr.sl Is not: a Canadian riim'e Is on il.. Richard ts'aics, of St. John, N.S., wos sentenced to five years lor land frauds. -1 J6bn ircnt to ton from Ireland, three-quarters of a century ago. died In Logan iov.-ns'lilt> a( thfi age of one hundred pnd A large railway development scheme for British CohmMi nnj Alaska is being pushed by two Interested rall- rc.ail concfcrns, anil Is to he plac- ed before the. Canadian g'overamcnU nearly exact as At present there are so many conflicting figures that those dealing with the city 'with a view to buying the bonds are at'a loss to know whom to The official census'ot the'cityj tak-' en by the Dominion In 1011 places tho population al slightly over Tho police census taken. E.inie year gave a population of Wag'horn's guide uBes these figure's. In making up tho statement of the city's financial position, the city clerk as the proper population. The Henderson directory people, who will issue p. new directory in.Febru- ary are of the opinion that the figure they save In 1311 is about correct, that IB It Is well Known that tho school population has increased about 50 per cent. In tho past two years, and Mayor Hardio believes good ends would bo served by spending to the police tako a complete census which would bo correct In ovary detail. Tho proposal will likely be plncecl before tho city council shortly, so that a time for taking the census mr.y be decided upon. prlflon methods. This feature can absolutely guaranteed, ty. tho man agemenl. The regular programme will be als shown in' of- th ihreo-reer -Superio and a great comedy. Fie. sure and attend the M on arch 1 night, tho programme will bo great. Bijou Thatro 'Without question one of the greva est animal sensations over shown the city will tonight he iihown at th "fn the Sultan's two -reels. Hoaring lions actually a pear in the'picture, as well as an aer piano flight of an exciting nature, touching Imp drama "His Mother and the roaring Cryalal co erlies, "Our and 'llomcio complete-a-j'rogramme rare excellence. Miss -Matthews w be heard In a beautiful melody.n the Dijon orchestra will te In atten ance, .fle usual. Money! Money! Money! Mr. Merchant: Is Business Quiet? Is Money Scarce? Arc you overstocked in some lines of merchandise? I five yenrs of successful newspaper advertising and merchandise selling in Canada and tin; United Slates. Stocks Handled on Commission All Correspondence Strictly Confidential The Gourlie Sales Agency P. 0. Box 1800 Martin's Baggage Transfer Phone 1386 Cartful and Prompt Service Auto Livery in Connection PONY EXPRESS Office 4081 AXrrk f PHONE Round SiJ 632 TRANSFER J. Flgglnt, Proprietor TRUNKS DELIVERED To ar.y rart of the city. Furniture Removed; Coal C.O.O. Rank "i H the French Oblige." It is a Tery natural and.Hght principlfe' that by their portion in life command the of deaerve it. and .of miiJnUuning'.UieJr petition. "Much U expected' of tbpte in high A lot o( young men Jn Ci had made arranscroents to burn an effigy o( Godrral of the La Tho cosnmlsslon of five doctors ap-; Pays, Montreal hut they were warn- pointed to cjaraine into tho sanity ed by tho authorities. George Smllh, alleged Mgamlsl. in j RobL lllchordson, aged 23? dropped Jail at St. Thomas, pronounce him j dead, nhilc at work In a London, Ont., I foundry. Whentver you Itel a hiadache corr.lnjon NA-DRU-CO Headache Wafers They heiiiaohts promptly and S'jrtly. bo r.ol conUIn opium, morphine, iciiimlB or drugs. 2Sc. a bit ityouf 125 hATIONAt ORUQ AN? CHEMICAL CO. Of CAMAOA, LIMITCO. But principle it .-not eon- fined to of noMe birth hundred applica- It for example, to thote of reputation and who of fcifh and who adrertiie them con- (tantly in the of the land. By their advertitmf they hare attained an eminence where' the Tery best in quality and food expected of them. ard and their life on the conttant maintenance of it. So that when you buy you rut aunred that you are jettinj the ralue'that money can buy, Well may you place yow faith in Web: may you (ire jthem prefer- ence prer articlet, whick you can only May For the principle of "No your guarantee of excellence in Goods.