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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - September 29, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta ruse BUS TO AH. TRAINS Hotel Wiiulsot a Day Hotelln Alberta LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD WHEN I The Dallas to tin feit and knt to Threshers' Cable one only oo Special Prices on Brass Engine Supplies and Rubber Belting from 2in. to 6in. G-W. GRAY'S "The Store That Saves You Money" 310 5tK Strict Phone 761 V CHOICE FARM NEAR NOBLE V A AT YOUR OWN PRICE A IN THE CLOSING OF AN ESTATE. THIS FARM HAS BEEN PLACED ON.THE MARKET AT ABOUT SOTo LESS THAN IT IS WORTH.' Apply to V ALBERTA LOAN INVESTMENT FIFTH STREET SOUTH X Rylands Co. itj Special Agents for V LADIES' HOME'JOURNAL 'PATTERNS- HALL 4 BOHCHERT ADJUST- ABLE DRESS FORMS NEMO CORSETS- RADICAL PAPERS MAKE SPORT OF ORANGEMEN'S PROGRAM FOR REBELLION IN ULSTER DANCE "A Dance Hall 1 be held ia K. p. TO-NIGHT START AT 9 P. M. Admission: GentUEea, cents; Ladies free. Arthur's Orchestra Without Spot or Blemish, Apples1 of Quality, With That Delicious Flavor; Gravensteins or Wealthier I'm- ciduT oaliuy conking, ;i (irnvrnstciii Apple is unexcelled ill this time of Ilia ami .wlieu properly matured such as these are, they are the fiiU'st wiling apples thai can be obtained. 'the are very Ihu: for enliny bul nul so yood fur cook- uiK- This i'xti-.i fine lui of apples' are' scilin.H at 3V.. for 25c Or [KT i-iisi" If >'ou wftnl "lc best c' a casc thrse. Montana Crab Apples eases, per easu Jjil.lJ.j cases, per case. liltis. for 2oC. Only a few of these left. Sc' a casc Hipe Tomatoes boxes, Slti baskets, cadi Crccery OcpL 52S Wholesale DepL 1271- THE GOOD COMPANY High Class Grocers, Fruit and Con- fectionery. Wholesale and Retail Grocery 6M Wholcutt 1471. We Lead, Others FolloW WEATHER Low 47 IS 50 Si 7C Locdon, Kept: 37. Oracgemca Isujb at the thtfil of John MacKir.- noh secic tmv io tfce bimd of trade in a speech al Newcastle on Tharsday to tic up tbe post office. They declare no -British government would dare any such thing .ID oi the im- mense Knjlish interests involved, but did, the m-jnrcent would "be able, to cope uith the situ- l.eth'jridgt, clear......... Edmonton, cloudy gaiy, fair Macleod, clear Mediciue Hat, clear Saskatoon, fair Moosj Jaw. clear Kegina, clear Brandon, fair r- Winnipeg, clear Port Arthur., doady Kamtoops, cloudy Kelson Fine and warm weath- er has beta general prairie provinces. FORECAST.: Manitpia and Sas- and warm today Tuesday showery] Alberta Vest aad north 'winds, showery tonight and Tuesday. CITY AND DISTRICT Candidate for Re-election H. A, Sinnott is likely to be H candi- date for re-election as-Mayor.of Cat GEeichen's New Official Peter McLean foas, been appointee secretary-treasurer oi the tana Gleichen. .The Foliy'of. Boors One drunk paid a fcmfdl fine at police berta Outfitters Building; Stxth St.-; S. Ltthbrjdge Furs Re-lined and MufisRe-stuHed Orders Neatly Executed Moderate Charges sffitnt 1025 cr. Call 235 7th Ave. A. South, City print reports of-'trbaf they call "Car- bon circus." The Helfast correspon- dent of tbe Da'lr .Cliionicle that the majority of people there are iaiing only tlie mildest interest, in doings-of the "provisional gov- ernment- Many. L'nionisls are said to be disgusted and sonic threaten lo secede. Others are merely sitt'ng on fence. Thtyscs that Ihe campaign heading lor the and realize the fact that it has reached the point T.-here it has become a ridiculous piece oi tomfoolery, but their'mater- ial interests compel them to lie low and refrain from criticism. "In addition to Hrtce, a number of been .conducting quiet inquiries this "centres of unrest. Ver- batim'-not; s hare been taken oi aU recent utterances of Catson and those with him, and the war of- flci is keeping-a t-lcse watrli the demon51ration Hster volunteers. Today's review niil be subjected to expert criticism'Of officers ol army .will TC' port to Pall Mall as to the rfficiettc'y or otherwise of the forces. 'Boys Lighting Matches' A fire cccarred yesterday at noon ii the stable; formerly. pTnrea .by Aid .Alrd on.Third street South. H wai caused by small boys with the fortld den match. No loss resulted. To Address Luncheon E. H. ScammelK secretary of th Peare Cenlenary, will be In Lcthbridg this week. Ho will address tbe mem liers of the Rnard: of Trade'at Ih Thursday luncheon.- To Elect Officers The "first regular meeting of Ih Y. P. Guild, will be he! n Knox church tonight. As the elei ion of officers will "ue hdd, it la ho; ed that taere wilt he a iargy' attend acce. To Finish Season's Work Geo. H, Webster and the C. P. R. construction departmeti arrived in the cHy this rooming, gcrtn sonth to Stirling, where the fiDishin touches are being put on the first fid miles of the line to Foremost. Just Arrived STENCIL BOOKS STNCIL STEXCIL PAPER STKN'.CIL- SETS .-y f> .The Red Drug arid'Booi'Co., Ltd. CITY, AXD DISTRICT '_" 4' the Mfne M.B., of Montreal, jenoral manager of the Col lierJcs PacIOc .Pass Coal Co., and oth- er allied-coal concerns In tbe province. Is in the city cotlay inspecting the company's mine. He Was biven J54.00 ,Th (ho District Court on Satur ihe compensation case of Jobn Pachol C. IVH., iii which the pjainUff "claimed damages for injuries in'tlie employ of the company, vras heard by His Honor Judge Winter. 'Judgment iros given for the plaintiff tor Com'merclal _Travelters Meet Tho. local council of the Unitei Commercial' Travellers o! America held ,their regular monthly itiee on Saturday nigUt in the K. P, hall Besides-the regular -buElDesa they In Hiated G. B. Mack'av and B. Ber trand. The memoerBhlp is increaa ing monthly.' B'- vi ouse Cleaning VMints LIGHTEN THE LA.BOR OF FALL; CLEANING by employing -.the- prepara- tions and accessories that arc labor saving ajid We 'em Cleaners, pol- ishes! chamois skins, sponges, 1 brushes. NJany ot thfi.i you simply can't along guL Yiieso faU hcuKe-clean- aru offered at rt.on-" I'rlccs because. they are r.-orlh more. Conic Jook over Ihe. oijr jatock of rach article, thrn you nofiil not te In doiiM Ou; cbase o' fall' house-cleaning' helps-- Off on Inspecting Tour Inspector Lindsay ol' Maclfod, will Le in charge of K division of the H. .V. W. M. for the next few uays. Supt. left thia afternoon for Medi- :icc Hat, and will make an Inspection of.detachments south, of that place. -fi.OO.PER ACRE CASH BUYS '-360 acres, of choke land, all 6W acres being sura- with houso and barn, located. Kor ?alt on crop paymont Call in and eee us. HOUSES TO RENT land Co, Building, If the farmers Southern Alberta c.iTi provide quarts of milk dail> large Untted Sfales con densed mil'-t manufactiuiDg concern .iv'ill liuilrl Lclhljti'l-zc a plant wilh j capacity, and build it .Such is the siatenienl ivhich out to'.lay from office the AiFociil? isbatds oi Trade, which aiuoat; the farmers for trio milk suppH. here.-It IMS hcanl ol grov.lli ,n[ Iht