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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHRUIIX3E DAILY HERALD Saturday. Odohoi- 2o, 1913 linmla.lL' ni ia Moiic l-.MflRK. loyal Academy Music College of Music CNCIANB. MUSIC EXAMINATIONS 1914 lit ?upil" 'I Mialt- sl. Mtllrifl 'si: AT PLYMOUTH. .MASS. A Uttle One More Week Left of the First Pfiiud Vote in as Many "Promises" as Possible On or Before November Third Th.Tf sllll TlH'sp four itlces a reduc- The contest proper :iot clcfe until Dt-cember Ut- four wt-rkt left after the of ttc period rote scfcef Mil constitute the railu cental. Eo.yiebow ii alr.ii lion of the lalue of lo scribers the time has arrived to set "W- -o tile vote in Ihe iilprr to.lsy. twelity-.'our of the hive nisile progress No one has made a "kllHus" the volume of has'-seis lurted ia. U Is really a itry even coir 'em all out" but it Joes not preve: being It tie -leader" Stovepolish MAKES HOME BRIGHTER AND LABOR- LIGHTER. PASTE No DUST No WASTE IHAMIITON, CA.IADAI No RUST Professional Cards MEDICAL DR. W. 5. Surgeon, Accoucbor. Hourl p.m. Office: 9J4 Third Avenue, Phoue 1253. Residence IJ6t Slith Avenue. OBce M; 7 to 8.30; OfflM Phone S19: Residence 10SO. ______ EDUCATIONAL Where the sensational of Mn. EstBn for the murder ot her husband, Rear Admiral Eaton is taking place. j DR. C. o. Sur- geon, Aucoucter. Office at residence {jib avenue south and 7ta Sttm touth. Haurt: Mi I W S.BG; PfloBe 1203. oeir.g It tie -leader- Tin; TO-SM will'ael eLoutli to suit tbi- iuosl.Kacl.mL Icug be.orij L> VlalhllOf the .1.- Hu.ll "ill liscly be in alow all Dig IVldlllllg the "i--nu of jteeJ- anv ro-.iler.ant to exhibit, all. it is a to ge' the a reserve than to Dakr too J the Efforts of In the CandWctes should send to the couat i 15.500 iu as fast as It is em- iitvuiu I.J bara'ting to this to hive ntw subscriters who have handed a jnent to a candidate write arid ask litel- liaper lias not teen started. Send In jour rapont, Tbe following Is Ite volt of all the candidates, act-oriin lip to "last evening: MRS. E. ARMSTRONG, 937 !3lh SL S.................. MISS BESSIE BEATON. 720 10th 91. S................. MIBS OLAHA SJORKBLADE, 1220 5th Ave. S.......... MR. GERALD DULMAGE. Bow Island. Alta MISS LOIS GARNER, Hill Spring, MR. C. W. K. HOLT, 930 11th St. S...........'.......... MR. WM. H. HINDLEY. Magralh, MISS EVA MUTTON, 6th Ave. S............'.-... HISS ROSE HARKER. CartfEton, Alta _................ MH.WM. ISAAC, Nobleford. AIU.'.................... MISS HELEN LEE, tSX 5th Ave. S.................- MISS MERLE LEFF1NGWELL, Milk River, AIU........ MISS MAGGIE H03SE. 173! S...-............. MR. H. E. Street South WISE MAYME McMAKON, Batons, Alia............... MISS MARY McDONALD. Blalrmore, Alia........... MR. WALTER OBORNE, 10th St. S.................. MfS5 JEAH PATTERSON, 650 6th St. MISS V'ERTA P'ICKEL; stn Ave. s..............-.. will be. 350.00J annually. Mr. Kice, however, is sure that llio figure not sta.v there vtry He is afU-r a market hi the L'rilish and in view ot the fact tliul Bass anil Guinness alone use bushels of malt annually, he tolleves he will be in a position belore many years lo supply them with a portion of their i requirements. Tile owning of the Pnn- (Contliiutd From paSe> _ ma inakiii.K ilossiWe the ship- second day Commissioner Tra-ltr.ent of tbe manufactured mall from atly this GARBUTT BUSINESS AlberU Lethbrldge, Sth St S. Dij School, houri: VI2 >m; 1.30-1 p.m. Night School. .Monday ucd Thursday evenings, frera tc 9.Z3. SludeulR-'raay enter at finy tlnte. Courses In Type- mrlitDg. Qookkeeutag, R-jstness Ar- Srelllns. Corres- Itapld Calculation, Plain English. A. Ftsher Principal. Buslnefia. Phone 1313; Reftideaca "Phone 1631. -----___, Eyo, Note, and Doinlnloa Bullrttag. hours 9.30 to 12; eroainKi Phone, sll; DR. J. E. and Surgeon. .X-Ray equlpuicnt. Corner Urd-Ai-e. and Sth St. (Dr. Meiv- burn's old slaud) Phone H42. Ot- Hce houra 11 to I-1; 1. to 3.aud 7 to 9. MUSIC MHS. W. H. o! Piano, Harmony and Theory: years experience. Primary and ad- Taoced pupils prepared for examlQa- HODS. a terra Studio 612 lotli Street south. 35.00-3' from WOO miles lo K'O or SOP. AS soon as wort is starn-d is Annoymg_ and I Ratepayers Are Might be Adequately Held' on Home Ranch Masrath, Oct.' bands fheep, about 20.0t'0 head ,are. accord-j1 ing to received here, .helrt up' MISS cy wa Instructloa by In the folloTfing- depart- nenu. Theory, Piano, Vooal Violin, HantloHrj, Orehoinl in- atruoientj and Dacclnj. StudontJ prepared for bur own aad Univer- sity Eiamlnatlong. For lurther In formation Ilione 765. VIAVI 5000 ins riant here and urged the farmers "'biild eagnse anUEiistknt to iool: ilc jiad e bar- ter'my "practice.- TBtin; it the au jecxt-d ready for loading MRS. A.- Ave. MR..THEODOHE POOLE, Knapptn, Alta.: .READ, .Pinchor Slatipn. Alberta MtSS'CTfllEL-'L RAMSAY, St. Kilda, Alia.............. MRS. SPARKS, rUymend, MISS ETHtL SAUNDERS, 623 3t. i... MiSS Alta.................. MiSS-FLOKENCE SHANO, 343 19th St. Cranbrook, B. C............. THOMPSON, Elko. B.-C.............. VAN'.pRMAN.'Tab'.r, Alta........ S. WE5TLEY, 917 8th St. S.... would noL .d his cars; to undertake the growing t.f wore bar- ter my practice.- 'iiMn, H-me ;aU jecxt-a reaay lor toaaing his sheen; lev The press o( the citv toot; the I wanted to put me out of at any he ivrj InformeiJ that they will n-Vlter -Ji> and togetber" with tbe I so bacV lo my wcrk and [o remaill in for flf-j Kosrd of Trade stirleu' an act flni th.t I bad loELnly JJJ teen days. This is rather resulted iu the doubling of the thi pvantitne. .l-t any barl- yacreBge in 1'Jli. The success a business, or profession de- 1 or th-" eacipnisn convinced Mr. Rice niand that right in eiratst, and I .The doctor straisnlforeard in when last spriii, jftre op- bis answer, but the as r.v. n: VfAVI etc. 1110 3rd AYe. South. Ilours'5-S p.m. daily and 10 a.m. lo i p.m. Saturday, or by ap- poit.lment. Phone IS93. Mioassr, Miss E. S. Cook. NURSING; 5.000 H.800 lo sheepmen, and it is to inp. hoped i that tho'federal authorities will lake! steps looking to eliminating the in-t spcttion ivfl.- I indilstry in Southern Al-: emergenoT- houn: a.m., I-2.SO p.m.; ev'euins fi-7. 1" 7i.h Ave- S. Phone 123S. ened again, the b'usihm details of iefled altogether, ..indicating that one beria fs-a moil nroinUlnf one, but ORLANDO ot Ptano, Elarmqny and Theory. Lettona flv- Shorthand. Apply 340t 7th [.ethbrrdge. PIANO TUXINQ G. H. Flata Tunr. 8lsth Avenue A. South. 1ISS. SURVEYING 1. r. HAMILTON, Albert! Luii UOB Mil HjdrmuKc BacUxr. Rsomt I uj I, .wkltMr Ml. Bw 657. .Phone itU. [he contract wer- main matters i mayoralty ajpiraut T'ould have a few j ta .-ontider 1 to answer later. j Uurme .he summer tbe Winnipeg; 3. W. IhoLishl the. cilv E ihe co-mcil of 1913 Save a few brains left) anyway.' lie give two reasons. 'One; malulsr paid rnany visits to i-ity to confer -Mr. Tiacy. -it oan bt, on'a firm, substantial basis, a.nnmtier of prob- ]ems .particularly htc and quarantine questions. ery occaaion'he :has met a, many I. that they put lite tenant franchise, :farmers as possible at film and elae, j or. Ihe stat.te books: rteoth-r ,s where and haj done tnucli to boost; they down a proposal to hire ihe I growing: iud-jstrj ilbtrlct: Then (his fall, when the i barky was iiein? threshwi. Mr. Mice J000 issued instructions receding tlireah- set PRIVATE HOSPITAL PRIVATE HOSPITAL Mn. Via. Haarlerc's Hoepttal and Maternity Hone.. HUta S. Phono NOTF the standing oj the and .Saturdays. Until' nn 1 41.000 or. Tues- also had a man on tbe srouud b-jying barley cil.ecl from franurs for shin- men! to Winnipeg. can Pi, iter-Prices. has o'ten et Wilier notice anyone .sho Mn the opinion that CaJ-8, InUrSUara- ana oiii.. .uii.ici a EOO' do id may voiis the high number of the previous standing of the barles area HOJI.I i.e ago SurMrlplfen: Aesdla'.BlocS. Phone 1341. P.O. Boi proposition. The saving of fr'.lgn f but) voting poriod ithadislt er.di Novirnber 3rd. to Wlnnij'-er on tbe raw grain and o III.'DnQN' BAY and olher railroads In Ihe centro of a I.AftOB, RICH FARM- ING AND Tl.MHKIl .ttin naftiral Kiinily iiolnt for (ho DKIIH'IH, PBACF, H.1VBH COUNTI1V, nnd the IIICII OAIU1100 MININO tllSTIIICT, hHures the future o( LOW I1IVKH.. Write now, forlay, lor I free mftus, iilatrf, etc. t TOWNSHIPS CO, LlrriiTED. 302 Hichardj Strett, Vancouver, S. C. Agentt Wanted ;