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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1914, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE SIX THE LETHRimJGE DA-LEY HEKALD THE VICTROLA AND THE i and the Vicftrola-are--great friends. "I like to sit back and dream of the days gone by, while the "Vidrola, through its magic, recalls.the old songs and singers to me. "There's Tamagno and Pkncon, Patti and Melba -who sTill sing forinelust as I used to hear them, at their, al- though two are now dead and one has permanently retired from the stage. And the younger generation or singers, although I have never had an oppor- tunity of hearing thein personally, seem like old friends to me, so familiar have their voices become through their wonderfully beautiful Victor Records. "All the resT: of the family enjoy'the Vicftrola just as much as I do. They all have their favorite music and their favorite singers and musicians. It don't .seem to me as though there could be anything that could give so much pleasure to everybody as the Vic'lrola does." YIGTROLA--IV With 15 double-sided, ten-inch Vicftor Records, Other Victrolas from tor (on easy payments, if and ten-inch, doable-sided Victor Records at 90c for the two selections at any "His 'Master's Voice" dealer in any town or city in Canada. Write for free copy of our 300-page Musical En- cyclopedia listing over 5000 Victor Records. Ask to hear "It's a Long Way to Tipperary" the famous British Marching Song, on Victor Record No. 17639 Berliner Gram-o-phone Co, Limited Lenoir Street MONTREAL Vidtor in Canada Patronize Home Produdts PATRIOTIC SONGS MILITARY MARCHES Three thousand Victor Latest Patriotic Songs and Military Marches Call and see us. MASON RISCH, Limited __ n WMT'ERN BRANCHES 4M ttntt Phone 791. u Alberta Supporters of Govern- ment Show their Adniir- ation for Mr. Sifton EULQGISIiC ADDRESS Edmonton. ASta., Oct. of the Legislature this afternoon was.-followed by an. event, 'which not only bestowed signal uud deserving, the hbis chieftain who leads the al- so served to siend the- Liberal 'inem- jers to tiiair'homes in high fettle! On caving the chambsr, tiie Liberal >ers were seen making tracKs foLr ir.e council chamber, and when nil were assenit'.ed, Mr. Sifton was sent lor nd on entering given, a prolong- j fd Tho chieftain's surprise j lauded to, when the chief whip, i Frank YWJkar, rose and read aii ad-j dress, follo'wed fcy the presentation to j the 'Premier of a very handsome; gold i watch and chain.' It was tin up to the minute watch, costing over Mr. Siftou, who was taken com-, pletely by surprise, expressed his ap- preclation and paid tribute to the loy-; alty ci" his supporters and the gen- erous co-operation he had always re- ceived. No leader ever received more i cheerful and plertsnnt support. AH the Cabinet ministers and Speaker Fisher spoke, paying to a lender ivho'se counts, and whcse His stands as an outstand- ing devotion to his 'beloved west and j the great Empire at large. -The ad- dress was: i "Dear Mr. the Lib-; erat members of the As-! sembiy of Alberta, desire to take this opportunity'at the close of the' present session to express, to you' some measure ..of commendation and j approval of your many and disting- uished sen-ices as Premierr and leader of the -liberal party. "We desire to congratulate you on the zeal, energy and statesman-1 like acumen you-have exhibited in! coifnectioa with the difficult situa Lion presented by- .crisis -through .which. Alberta, like the j rest of Canada, Is passing. .commend, and: as a party are proud of the large meas- ure of beneficial UglskUicn your government lias upon the statute books of the Province, and for the general- approval the-! uas received .from the citizens of Alberta: Further we to oonvey to you our confidence as Liberals for your b'riUIant: leadership in the to accept tins as an p-pression or the indiYidiial. uarsoaaV esteein towards'jou and the injpucit coniidence that vou is ths Bceptre" of LibcraHsni shall be baraa Tvortnily and vt'ell.' FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23. 1914 THE SALE AT THE 1 has made such a success this last week that we had not enough help to hand out the goods, and we are prepared to go even one better. This store will fulfill your wishes with better merchandise and. at.lower cost than elsewhere. Whatever you need, or later, in our line of merchandise, you should know that this is the store whereby ou get Most of the Best for the Least and PRICES ALL SHOT TO PIECES ICE CLOTHING HOUSE Night School Will b2 Held If Demanded If thrrs a s "'ufeiect m Le'hbridae A ho desire to enter Classes this winter, thsv.'will be given tlic opporttmicy the-; sain e as last year. Thn decision w as reacoo I last bj the schrol toard The matter came up a letter irom the Garbutt Business Lotlege uas jread asking n the beard had an} oojection if> the' ipub'ication 01 an advertisement-ftincn that school intended issuing The Garbutt school was advised that the Loard had not jet decided to eliminate the nighl closes this winter, and that it rested entirelj wit-h the people who usually look-aid- vantage oi such instruction. If.there are sufficient pupils apply for'instruc- tion in night classes, the: school board conduct them, the same-as last A WORD TO THE WISE FALL IS WITH US The cold weather has not yet ar- rived, but it will come, and sure- ly as the sun will shine. MOTOR TRUCKS TO PLAY BIG PAKT JJV WAR truck drawing French jyuns and airimuhit'ion wagons to the front. Seed Grain For Settlers Calgary, Oct.- distribution ot seel gram to settlers in the e to come 'rom the pypils who take the mstruct'on, and toichars u ill to male their own arrangements icar will tne exception that the drouth stut-en districts south of itrachers mil not he paid the T j board Hemunerat.on will ha e to wi Hat, and m ern Sas atchewap will com- nce earij m Fcjruarj according advices recai-c-1 from J in this regard Tne board will turnish i Walker, Domirlon immigration the classrooms and heat and light inspector, BIOS heafluuar'ers are m onlv VI mail eg Ire s-el grains will be The suhiect- usually covers 1 in lisued on applicati n there will these nieht classes are Typewriting, ari adundajict 101 cverv bcna hde shorthand, bookkeeping, mechanical 'armer of the iouth coJntrv drawing, domestic science, shop ma distnliubion i ill ta safeguard thematics, practical Cnriish and e" fnsieotlon Tor arithmetic, woodworking and Eng i Instance, shen a firmer males ap Iish for foreigners plication for ho will state m 4ny who desire to enroll should i nls application, just how many acres communicate with Mr J H fle-t lie to plant to vanpus crops, wood, secretarj -treasurer, manual inspection it is founJ training building, Central School, as tll'lt 'lie statements set forth in his early as possible Other. business .at thi meeting last night was largely of routine nature Mr Hamilton was 'setter at, cost, and he will not re authorized to purchase bulbs fo he to for it until January application are the truth the gram will be nnmeJiateh forthcoming The seed gram will be furmsncd the distributed among the children as jrizes for the flower growing compe- itioh -held last :June. BITES OFF HIS WIFE'S NOSE Virginia, Minn, Oof it s said, of his site's good looks and opularlly with the other men of the ommunity, J. e. miner of iountain Iron, bit "the ndafi off. her ace, following an argument., NOT DEAD YET London, Oct. private letter received in Amaterdam o lutti, uieut.-ueneral von Moltki., chief of the derma'n Senerai staff, Is 'dying ff 1, 1916 If the settler is on an un- patented homestead the account will j stand as a lien against his property L but if tne applicant is possessed o! patented land, his promissory note will he accepted m payment for the ?'am The note will be payable on an 1, 1916 Where the iettler n possessed of a numl or o! milch s, sufficient to support him, any gram that he gets he will hate tp pay for. 15.YEAR.OLD GIRL .SUICIDES Toronto, Ont, Oct. Stev-' ens, 15 years, old, residing.with her sctbcr "t iiveiiue tonight committed suicide by drink- ing carbolic acid The fact that her mother had refused her permission to go out is the only knofa her act Special Saturday Poultry Prices No. 1 Fresh Killed Chickens 18c per Ib. No. 1 Fresh Killed Fowl 15c per Ib. P. BURNS CO. Phones 412 and 1388 ;