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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 27, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, October THR LCTIIRKIDGK DAILY IlEKALD Pace a REMOVAL has been a great success, and in the four remaining days we are going to put the balance of "our stock out to the public at prices which you have to see to believe. Remember, there are only four days to take advantage of this _ sale, all high class goods, such as Waltham, Elgin, Hamilton and Howard Watches Waterbury and Ingram Clocks Libbey's and Gundy Clapperton Cut Glass Meriden Britannia and Toronto Silver Plate, Community and 1847 Rogers' Plateware And all the Leading Makes of Jewelry Everyfhmg Going and Everybody Buying !t. Don't Miss The Chance Armstrong and Raworth Bros. NOTE We will move to our new premises one door north of Empress on November 1st Went off on Hunling Trip when ihe Kaiser Visited the Regiment Berlin, Oct. current re- English Press Discusses Mexico London, Oct -Westminster Gazette, a goyerutnent organ Pays that while England has great interests IffY COIWEi TWO OR THREE DAYS WILL SEE WOHK FINISHED AT MAGRATH I Magiutli. Oct. th? close KNIGHT ACADEMY AT RAYMOND FITTINGLY AND JOYOUSLY .EMPHASIZED PROSRESS MADE Mexico she canuot. take the same lia-. Millies or lesponElbil'iijcs in regard to its threshing season'now in sishtj Raymond, Oct. ihe college FOR A WEEK P. R. RESERVE SUPPLY AT CRANBROOK ..SLIGHTLY DE- PLETED NEWS OF MOUNTAIN CITY Cianbtook, Oi-U JS. Little that country as trie United States does and some of The lliresherinen al-i building brilliant vtth purple and vear-cill Konald Mofiatt run over ig, but n lior. -newspaper says: i tc lna out lhc pllWic. The thresh- elirated in most appropriate style its, bruises. although tbD'fact o! her not dolns so rMas. submit actual fig-' en ban'n'prs and pennants anj above all'by a milk u-ajon Friday evening cur.slilntesw sort of hostility to Hie, Ure3 as to ot srain threst-; tt? Jlci tlje breeze.' iuckil. his 'injury proved to be -newspaper says: i bc givep out lhc pubiic. The thresh-. eumed m most appropriate style Provisional President Kuerta'E de-; enncn are submitting their Founders Day. Every] A meeting o( the Crar.brojl; claralipn to the s announced for Monday ine regiment of the l-lfe Guard tlared.' Hussar of which the crown l-rince commands the first regiment, Kvtry other officer ot tha brigade, in- cluding prince Tricrlricb Slglsmuud Elderahly. Xcver before Jias Southern prince FMedricli Karl of Prussia, "if Great Britain la supporting cm Alberta "witnessed a better thresh- iho brigade commander, the corps com a man whom .the United States tic- zander and the inspector general of t clines to recognize offends -whereby ihe eastern army, corps gathered to jibe relations of the" two countries his majesty, some of them would be bad Trained, but there EPacOn, the ucalher havlng.-beeu al. Jr jira.- 4uex -Munroa are ex- on evening's train tbeir annual leaves for the tiol and "never question" ,'from a most pleasant holiday in ,Uiah, The cronn prince, however, of such action on1 oilr depirtejl unceremoniously a few The Pall Mall Gazette concludes earlier fcr a luintins trip hi the England can have no complicity highlands- I with any league of Eurorsau nations where :Mrs. -Munroe's parents reslds. having residence in Fait Trie program was rendered in the' niense pile of coal in case of snow auditorium'. TntVe'was a large and or strikes. While the fue rcpreseutaiivu present, many has just conic to light, appearances coming from towns htound- show lliat ii has been ThV numbers irere exceptionally well from underneath for several weeks, executed, and each and every person and probably twenty-five ions have who rendered neqiittled themselves been burnt. most creditably. There wns n A meeting of the executive 01 the loyal cmiiuslasm for tbe K. A. notice- Cranbrook Conservative district as- among the students and their was held in the. Manning Prof. E. Brain B.A., president. caught the contagion and block Thursday evening when several It to reported'that the crown, prince td thwart the .roll of tbe United of thc Raymond, will gryone1 present .was a" booster'for matteis plaining to the welfare ol IE uiore and more dissatisfied vrlti States on.the American continent, .Is eule in the eastern provinces of The Standard deliver n lecture in Magratb soon und- l.--r the auspices'of Ihe' M.I.A. While iho Empire, a displeasure which has "England's only In regard EUtyCCt of lecture lias not yet b? n Intensified by the appareutb lo Mexico is one of strict neutarlity. definitely given out, it-is-unilor- apfred reports printed lime, to Kven the Monroe Doctrine itselr can- ibat'lhe president speak on j [the party were discussed. jeturncd to town acted as (ire warden for According to tbe original prosrara tbe afternoon was to'have been do-'atlCr ,ted to model class .work a privilege five months and lias again resUTicd his nld position of man BRITJSH PUBLICISTS TRYING TO SOLVE RIDDLE OF REJECT- ED SUITORS CHIEF ENGINEER DEWAR He stuck to his engines on the Vol- turno and lost his life! in thc gj'mnasiuni at thn Young Men's club, Monday evening. Invitations have teen issued for the marriage of .Miss fda Broun" and Mr- Allan (Jraham, on iCoiember. W. A. iiullis left Thursday f0r Van- couver, where he will spend the win- ter, alter which lie will go to Fort Frascr to reside. Thc Davis I3ros. Electric Co. has been taken over by Mr. Kdivin Ismay. Kev. Mr. McMeckin, of Vancouver, will lake charge' of the 1'resbyteuan pastorate at Fort Stcele lor lhc winter months. Kev. K. Tiionipson spent Mon- day in Forme. ay in Forme. "Thc Girl in a- Taxi" Is London, Oct. thi last few tbe society columns of Hie London papers have contained an ever lucreased number of annoucemeots of broken njarriag? engagements, Many explanations have leeu imt foiward for thc puMic adiulEgEon of disagreements between engaged coup- les. The peel reasoning lhat spring Is the lima for love-making and fall for waning affect- ions, and as the autumn months come along the lovers find lliat they are not suited to one anoth'er. Others, how. blame tbe "feminist movement which now. has to stand the' brunt oi so many attacks. Charles Car-vice, the noveJlist, ad- var.ces this do not he said, "that all women and girls are. suffragists, or are even Insym- pathy with tht movement, it un- doubtedly .baa led the girl ot today a broader view of life than her moth- er did. The TTorldly-niludeO mother fifty.years ago, .whose irss car'efullv guankd and secluded, had little difficulty In persuading the girl Into a desirable marriage. Conditions have changed since those days, and a girt is now brave enough, if she finds after having been epgaged lo H man for a Tew weeks lhat marriage would mean future unhappiness, to breaX the listrlct and 'many, many hoirrs froni teniion picking a quarrel. with any, logical sneaker. His :h; dcllgbls and com for (3 of Berlin., liody over the question of Mexico, she wjjj Enow that theology and science ..'our I gossip a short time before the recognizes that conditions in Mexico cannot conflict because Iho soars! of the United jeEUs chilst embraces every tnith frnperor't Ijangfuhr visit had It that particularity 'concern lie crown prince was making et'cry States and as long ns own coni- universe, no matter in. what ndeavor lo obtain a detail to (he gen- me-vial interests and rights of the phase of life we consider it. The Dar- ;ral Blaff at Berlin. Hut as his other natlotia a'rc 'respected, cannot winian of the origin and evolu- ?_, in IJerltn would be an Invlta- to gre3tly concerneil ID the matter. Of human sueclcs will be ion to thfi dIeFatlified and ilisgriintled Great Britain recognizes prov. crinproiiensfvely dealt willi, and al- n court, military and .political, life lalonal president lluerla for reasons Ihe-loclurs should allract Ji n gather around and form that tiol unrtlcularily obvious but thla house. i. 'crown prince which lends, to country does nol sbarc the illusion ap- about every heir to a throne, parently cherished by the UnKerl r.dlcalloaa aro that tbe "exile" may-States Oiat Mexico lias readied a ic continued for a year or two longer. ?tage of constitutional government. to our. Ideas therefore. Joy rassed all too quickly. Perhaps the best of the entire cele- bration was the splsndid1 dinner serv- Ji. C. Smith, representing Daily Morin, of, general hous? fur- nishers, gave a demonstration ot home furnishing and decora tint; at cd' by thc domestic science under the directions of Tnst. Walton. ,hp Fink Co. store Salur- ]t was a most list of vianfls daj. aftemcon. R. time table, which all tbe disbes being _ the-work of thai dcparlmenL Urarawcll and the _came inlp pfTccl here Sunday shows oigllt era of-ttt facility .are delighted with ger trains tilth tiic exception of 511, Blnghatn and his fa mil yPSierriay for licxnurg. Id; I Ihe di by the visitors, the local from Medicine Hal, ivhich a, ivc family lof, for the numbers. dial 'were present at 'arrives one hour lairt than where j exercises eclipsed any attendance usual, and. 514 froni.Kootenay .Land- Ha-Ora-Ct Dyspepsia Tablets Qu'ckly Pui Disordered i Stomachs Riglit ace oE J. V. .Ilaycnrt, cl Union, Oregon; is conicni 10 ntl .eslensivc! land owner ot form of government which promises LoavlU districts, !cfl tills morning peace nnrt security fcr the country. ;or Under. Ilio Jlonroe poctrlne the mcr in -lhc cocisl afier spending ___ sunorinlcnding hig -farm-' Unlletl Slates -has become respona- (ns Mr. lg jihlo In the laslretorl iiolonly fcr Magrath who moved 16 the reveUlion to the chronic main I c nance of her own Interests; bul: co'ag. on account of bis wife's health jnpcpiic to feel no discomfort .ftcr thcsc Of olher countries as well. It; wlllch ho [s now is In a difficult position, but one o'" t'henrLy xnenl, wlicu that j by one N'a-Dru-Co Dyspepsia n OTI1 EceMng' magic relief which tie "It Is Inadvisable lo take tlut s On the first of next month a new I manager will take full charge of the local creamery. Ho will K? assisted ci liiui fiora IHC various discomforts when they cotnmencs lo thc by Mr. Joseph who 19 assurances that ho ivlil not become a dictator. g___ lie n tided lo sloowchJ that Containing In themselves Hie active principle needed for digesting every RECOVERED' BODIES kiwi of food. Na-Dru-Co Dyspepsia TOTAL 162 Tablets enable tVen the weakest v n n v blosuKlistoecllhegoodotttbf what b ealen, prcventitij; lhc accumiiliUon of "nil undigested food and gas. WitliAliulc energies loday (n for a while, the organs to bodies of the dcsd in' inlne iccovcr thdr do their work No. 2 of Iho' Slag Canon fuel Co prnpcrjy, and your troubles are over. i ftnin th0 masn of 'f IVin'r frt tntt I _ usual, and. 514 froni.Kootenay .Land- ing1 fo Mcaicinc 'Hal, which arrives al H.oT.-or fsfty. minutes earlier than last thr audiloriun] (he 7th of Ntnemlier. Ihe populnr Allen IMaycts, who always receive full houses here, are Cor a wceVs engagement com- mencing. iVuver.iher lOtli. Miss Veina, Pelt-on is stifl the. leading lady. Mr. nnd-Mis. C. Cr. Bennett return- ed Friday nflcr spcudiiig tlicir honey- moon in California, and have taken itaider.ce un. French Mr. will re.suino his duties as acting inanasjcr of the Canadian of Commerce. It. A. S. Dack returned to Fernie Friday, after speralinp trn daj's as pf the Csnjdian Hank of Coniniercc liere, relieving C. (r. Bennett. Thc Benevolent Order pt Kits ol the Dominion of Canada, owned a charter here, wilh an fee on tlic'opert charter- cf J20.00. The VOUEIJ; ol Knox cbarch will hold a Hallowe'en party In the school room ot llic cluirch Friday ev- ening, ihe 31st. _ Mrs. T. N. I'arretl is'enipying n surcil that a Kood prlcn will p.tld or their butter fat ns Mr. Fcfchcr, the secretary, gave out the.lnformA- tfon the other (l.iy that thqy 'had a ready market for all they could Th.-v out look fcr butter Is very hrlsbf, and the assorfatlon confident of sue-.; s if they aro supported. jour rfnipgir.t MIT. 'Kcllonal Una 'co lc3- trvcn clcail -A Cbcuii'cal Co. of CanaJa, United, broaglit from lhc mine slnc-i ralrlnlclit i wlililn Iwcnlr-fuiir hours It will come Hoiie Is one or the most nomiorfiiU less in Ufa, Vm; may knock I ck Itt n the ribs and Into nir.imaflo closet of Coughs and Colds Forerun Sickness tni sliouM have immnliife tflkirat trulrtiont witk SCOTT'S EMUttlON Wfaste power rtdaced or cold woili not uW, 'Drugfjcd pilTs and alcoliolic tyrnps arc crutches, not remedies, but Scott's Emulcion drives out trie 'colds, warms the -body by the blood, aud or inj tdprevcnt bi.. -I ot fMvmciHiL none hare been McntlflcJ I tacfi and amilo Tlic'. ohjctt' of (his chancr scarcely clear.' A pas enser frum Nelson 'jequire. lipard (hi! host for I.antiii ij.30 in the Uioining and wi then arrive, al Medicines' Hat nn hour earlier, bul NTo. 2 on tlie main line arrive later tiian usual and tlis p.tss- cngci.eastbo'Jnd will have a wait in I Mfdidne Hat of five from 3.10 (p S.I5 a.m. Oi the! passenger has (he privilrsc ol bcilh on iTie.boai at Nelson anfli ean also slrep'a night away at the Hat. will hate an hour less, iiuie. hctKren 313 and 514 lor answering mail. On thc other hnfid tii2 Son .SpbK.Ync liyrr easUound while arriving the panic tfmo, will make .connection with the Impetlal, Limited fjwlboimd. llesitols :o( Crar.hrook have till tlid.TOl of the month "lo have ;arap. placed on .tire voters' llsL Fred, .Wells tas opened a barter shop in .tfic. Cross-Keys hotel. ..The Crahbrook" D.ipcing Club has l.ecri org'aiwc'd and propose to gitc a series ol dances '.daring the wintir 'months. j Tfie oiTiclal boarrt of thf Methodist church'will banquet Dr. Chown, the siiocrlnlendrnl n( rturtW visit froni her parrnta of Tinclier Creek, this week: REV. DR. R. P. BOWLES The ntw Chincellor of Victoria verstty, Toronto, Phone Rural 114 Ami your're sure you have the best. It's worth M (vial to find out where you can PURE MIUK AND CREAM KNOWN. AS THE MOST MOD. ERN IN THE PROVINCE. SOME PEOPLE KNOW ;