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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - October 31, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta PaeeS THE DAILY .Pr'ulay, October AT MONTREAL IN THE HISTORY OF THE SKIP- PERS LESS THAN OTHER YEARS Montreal, Oct. western nheat come dmn thf Si. encf to Montreal Ihis luoath than ey before in the history ft PURSE OF GOLD BAPTIST CONGREGATION REMEM- BER DEPARTING PASTOR- WELCOME TO NEW PASTOR The of the coaitrcgalion o! First Bai'tlit chureh in ghizs r.sr. LV. a send ol list night, lelt no in ths minis ot stnguite this ir.c-rninj as 10 the WM tbe R0is ot prospect ot despatching the ?rjmj welcocio a'-iJ a proiiilse or the fullest vaihout congestion. In his There was There is little rorrpliint c! conges- j a iirge turnout lo the tw> functions ticn at present, however. Grain rctc pf fareirell tad ttricorne twin? fo han- nte afraid that provision ior laiin; piij- corabiBcd. .-ars ci thr November strain -E not H Taboj. tke j-bair to" be had. They reiliir, they sir, a pleaslD5 that the commissioners are not I Ooe of lhe features was mtly responsible for the lack ol, Vre5iroutira spencer oi a ocean shipping, t-Jl thy wish to, en-, d by 9S. uuo tfceiuselvrs having the.r, mf 0, of ,he sreal grain held up neit year. bf (n ,he cllj. durins -A total of .bushels, hm. The honors for wheat is the record for all moaths, Jhe done bv Ur. established by Ociober, -rah yet mt it lo days' river shipraent. Tho rotal for of one. Dr. SSOT- ,11 grains cp to Ihis .morning'is an ..ppropniu, rcply Rides wlrfat 1 hushfls of J x i c-iuca j i to seo tht1 V'Wplo rallv. BQU get in total for'sll grains ot only" 5l ".Comparative wtfat that'Octobtr has the biggest aionth this'rear, with 170 liusr.frls, IE second. counting j ,ifce last days pi this month, the amcrtmi'of irheat- which has come down" the Lachine canal lo Montreal this-year is bushels. Braaiicrd ass for plaas lor a lew city hall to cost THEY CAN'T STOP DRINKING any ii frequent b-Jt why don't the driiifcer maSe good his boist. Why- don't he quit! a man brags he can stop wants to he reached the point 1 Ttherb h'e'casnoL He taoT3 nq, icalie gixnt. hU boast unaided. He is] inVneed Is a'harmless tab'.c reraeily" that Vill transform cravfnss for liquor into Ulre" abaorrfnee for anything aJc ic ia days -without the usod rallwax, it lo i, farmer and one that larote wtw la ol swiurlnj an eicep If. (KM K alftt further bo mentioned Uat iMrkt, l> for conslalent jjood rir.glnf; frou 125 to }49 tt'. required to pay Mi4 14 a'ssuoifc a to Oa., of and the balance oa rwcliMW. li Mt it tht Mto. TWI M4 411. tfA s to view made, 9th St., Lethbrldge. The prepared to move to- ward Ludlow limn_ today. Thotc. conversant with the condi- tions at (.udlow expected word of a clash. The .strikers swarm the trills lor .miles' around Ludlow. The Tliat Moves The Lever Saves 16 2-3 Per Cent Coal Bill SPEi OUT B. C. PREMIER BOUND TO GET HIS VIEWS BEFORE ON THE WAY HOME ..Mr. Franii yvlth 'JTh.e, Harrier" the Toronto. Onl., Ocl. Uich- atrl McBridc, pieniicr of lirltish Co-'. aiiived' in Toronto tliis morning. He will address Ihe Km-j pire Club fhis aficrnooii. "I did r.ot come here to force niy -vicwK upon Ihe people ol Torbhtfl., 'ialit Sir flirhard, "but I have h'e'en' iniitcil to rspress my views and II .atn going lo express them. 1 only speaV for (he provir.cc of Brilish Co- hut 1 am well lersed in the sentfMcuts ol the prairie provinces, anri as soon as Premier Bordcn an- j nouhce.q his prrmanent nayal policy, wlilch will he soon; 1 saf that you will ste the nest staul for it in a sane j ahnut tlic race proijlfM nnii (he easlcrn in llritish i'o- luinhla, replied that Hri- a whiU man's country and he was doing his host to It" 'tiich. Sir Kichjrd slated .Uiat aill'.oiiRh laril prKcs in the west 1 .iverc Ilioughl to he- 'thcie ivere still many thoiiEatids ol i icies ofia' to. (he settler, which -tie Here is the opportunity for the housewife to deal, the high cost of living question a hard jolt without any effort on her part. The way is to sure that her new range is controlled by a' Gurriey Economizer, which will save 1 ton of coal in every 6 burned in an. ordinary range. The Economizer, is to the stove .what the con- trol lever is to the engine or automobile. -Without control neither Is cfficieut. @J the Gurney Economizer it is possible to W cjuicklyvary the heat of the oven. Various foods require different temperatures. The Economizer keeps this desired temperature absolutely.imiforra. It also means that when cooking is over, you may have a cool kitchen and still have your fire going.v- while you can have the fiercest heat in b? a slight pressure on trie lever. If you possess a Gurney-Oxford your advantages arc innumerable.-: Flue means heat ,-j for every hole on the stove. The New Special .Grate guards the'lowest fire.' The Broiler exposes These'features -v U will'furnish your will do your worfc C, W. GRAY ;