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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lethbridge Daily Herald, Wednesday, August Page 3, BAWDEN BROS. Stock of FURNITURE now on Sale GET YOUR SHARE OF THESE WONDERFUL BARGAINS ONLY TWO DAYS MOKE OF THIS FEAST OF FURNITURE GIGANTIC SALE DRAW'S TO A OF YOU THAT HAVE BEEN PUT- TING IT OFF EXPECTING TO BUY THIS IS POSITIVELY THE LAST ARE YOU ALL DONE! Thousands of Rockers In plain conservative designs as well as tlie fine Mission Upholstered -Rockers, Etc. SPECIAL LADY'S SEWING they last. AEM with cobbler .less than cost to manufacturers This Mammoth Rug and Carpet Stock G OES 01ST SALE AT PEICES WAY BELOW ANY -EVER-QUOTED Anyone intending to buy during the coming year cannot afford to miss this won- derful chance. Only a few sizes and qualities quoted here. However, every article in this entire stock goes at a big v JUTE very pretty TAPESTRY r FLOOR IMPORTED AXMINSTEE 6 OTHER PRICES IN Sideboard and Tables BEAUTIFUL EMPIRE OAK SIDE- IS Trench "bevel plate mirror, with all complete, etc.. "J g5 -S25 MAHOGANY OVAL CENTEE TABLE price EMPIRE MAHOG-ANY ROUND CENTRE price Many a home in Lethbridge has been Beautified and Made Attractive MASSIVE LIBRARY Quarter sawed finish Price KITCHEN AND DINING Don't miss this wonderful opportun- 50c FEATHER For. H AN DSO iVI E LEATH ER ETTE .Sale price ity. All prices, up from LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. MAHOGANY PRINCESS DRES- large oval bevel plate WHITE ENAMELED feet; good and strong. 1 Sale price I U EMPIRE OAK HALL RACK- S14.9C With seat, very pretty Price .___......... MORRIS CHAIR OR. With, handsome velour covered cush- ions. Sale SECRETARY. AND BOOK CASE Sale price AT THE OLD STAND 608 REDPATH STREET. College School ResWenfiil School tor Boys Healthy sitoatipS. Fireproof Build- Part Hope, Onl Extensive Play- gxounSS, large Gymnasium, Skat- Ing Kinks, etc, Boys prepared for the UnirersiHes, Royal Military College, and Business. attention given to younger boys. Hert term begins Sept. 14, New boys moot on 13. WE HAVE COMPETENT MEN TO SEND OUT TO MEAStlKE FOB AND PLACE SHADES. CARPET.AND LINOLEUM Some foreign -women, prominent here, have been knwon to smoke cigars. Though these facts put the Washing- ton situation in a light different from that in other American cities, the local clergy fail to find any defence BUILDING ACTIVE AT MACLEOD fpply ic the Headmaster KIGBT. H. A. (CainbrttgO. tl-B. PORT MOPE. OUT. "DAMN" PROFANE? SURELY NOT Brooklyn Magistrate Rules That Ex- Vulgar, is Not Prohibited by Law New York, Aug. a summons case 'brought before Magistrate Nash in the Myrtle avenue court, Brooklyn, today, one of the principals complain- ed of profane language used by the other person. Magistrate Nash asked the "witness ito repeat the words in question. and said one of them was "damn." The court declared that, while it was vulgar to use the word in the man- ner described, it did not come in the category of profane language. Judge Nash said there a decision of a tugher court which so interpreted the use of the word. Other legal authori- ties say that Magistrate Nash is cor- rect in his opinion. Macleod, Aug. The excavation for "the McNeill and Mathews Block started today. This building, when completed, will be one of the finest in Macleod, being situated on Second avenue and 24th street. yThe Bank of Commerce is built on this corner and the new block will be of an "L" shape around the bank. The struo ture which will be two stories high, (will be occupied as stores and offices when completed. There have been several good ers in this disfect lately which will greatly help the growth here. Notices are out today that a pub- lic meeting will be held in the town hall here on Friday nest for' the pur- pose of enquiring into the council's past -work. Building is still active in Macleod despite the jrather poor conditions, ex- isting in this part of Alberta. New and large houses are going up in all parts of the town and the class ol buildings being erected are of the fin- est. Among the buildings now in course of construction and lately com- pleted are, Macleod Club, Metge and O'Brien Block, Leather Block, Peard's Restaurant and Struthers -Block, in the business district, and the more important residences are those of C. M. O'Brien, .J. Pearll, Robt. ,Mc- Crea, C. J. L. Reed and J. CalHe. Work on the .refixing of Wilton's Bowling Alley started yesterday and the building is expected to be in. use inside of two weeks. It has been found necessary to tear out the old ceiling and inside walls and the old alleys. Mr. Wilton will this time operate four alleys in place of the two he formerly had. D, A. Bain and family returned yes- terday from LethbridgBj where they attended the fair. Geo. McFarquiar has moved his un- dertaking rooms from the post office block to his own building on 24th street. The apartments he had occu- pied are being transformed, and .will be made the temporary premises of Macleod's newest firm, the S. S. Trading Co. HARTFORD, CONN., HAS Washington, D. C-, Aug. ford, Conn., hag a population of 915, according to figures announced the census (bureau. This is an increase of 19..065, or 23.9 per cent, over 1900. The population of Bridge- port, Conn., was announced at 054, an increase of or 43.7 per cent, over 1900. HEAVY RAINS ATPINCHER MBERS OF TWO CHURCHES Late Queen a Presbyter- ian-King George Would Also Join The Marquis de Fontenoy writing in the Detroit News-Tribune, says When the late Queen Victoria first made inquiries the moderators of the Presbyterian Church of Scotland, perature rose a few notches. It is IIT'SAU FAIT FOR WOMEN TO SMOKE Pincher Creek, Aug. .Sun- day evening the thermometer took a sudden drop, and on Monday morning a persistent downpour of rain in this district from 7 o'clock on in the afternoon. Fires had fell till to be lit in several places for the first time since last winter on account of the coldness of the weather. Snow fell on the mountains close at 'hand. Toward evening on Monday the tem- whether there was any obstacle her admission to the holy commun- ion, in the Crathie Presbyterian par-' ish church, when she was living at Balmoral, it "was decided that the queen could receive the communion, as a member of 'the Presbyterian church, seeing that .there was nothing calculated that the rainfall have the effect of increasing the yield of standing grain, and there is an ex- tensive acreage in many of the set- tlements around here yet Dr. G-illespie, -while attending the Oddfellows' Grand Lodge at Calgary, last week lost his suit case by the blundering of the porter at the hotel to prevent her from belonging to it, at which he _ registered. The suit while at the same time retaining her membership of the Church of Eng- land. How greatly Queen Victoria valued this privilege may be seen, by fact that from 1873 until the the time of her, death, 27 years afterward, her name was by her express wish car- ried on the communion roll of the case in question, together with his umbrella, were taken to the station in mistake for another guest's belong- ings, .and although the conductor was wired about the matter, the doctor is minus a part of his wardrobe up to the present. One of tiie .young men in the sur- vey of the new railway came in to spend Sunday in town, enjoying the j., J 3UGUU ULUiUOY Ul. pansh church ol Cratta, and tyjte Sm. fact that she was a regular attend- day morning he had to be the hospital, having been suddenly. overcome with an attack ci rheumat- ln Washington. Society p. Where They No Longer Leave Table to Men, Washington, :Aug. this city where society is tinged with the for- eign habits of the diplomatic set, and where cigarette smoking is so com- mon among society women that it is no longer a matter of mucn comment; there is a strong feeling that the anti-cigarette crusades have been un- fair in directing their criticism at one or. two individual women smok- ers. Among the clergy, none could for the.habit. Pastor Condemns It "The habit of cigarette smoking among women is to my mindra thor- perniciots one from, any stand- said Canon Austin, of St. Thomas' Episcopal Church today. METHOD OF ELECTING BISHOP the practice, but there was a general opinion that recent criticism has been unjust in a personal way. The practice, it was pointed out, was not confined to any especial few, but was quite general among fash- ionable women. .As a regular feature of practically every ultra-fashionable dinner party here cigarettes are usual ly provided for the women. The old- fashioned idea of the women leaving the men at .the table to smoke their cigars has almost'entirely disappear- ed, as now the men have their cigar- ettes and liquor in one room, and Prince Albert, Aug. nod of Ruperts-Land spent almost the entire afternoon in the method of electing the .bishop of Ru- perts Land. It was finally, resolved that offices should be combined, b.ut in- stead of the usual manner of electing a bishop 'that the bishop and metropol- itan be elected by a committee com- posed of a bishop, one clerical and one lay delegate from each diocese in the ecclesiastical province, and that Land, as being the most affected should have double representation, that .is two, clerical and two lay delegates, pro- viding that this four shall not consti- tute more than twenty per'cent. of the committee. PORTLAND LARGER THAN SEATTLE Portland, Aug. pop- ulation will foe shown by the census the women have theirs in another. When the occasion is informal and the i to exceed Seattle's by. accord- ing to unofficial information that is ic fever. H. B. Howell is selling off company is intimate, it is not un- !usual for the women to smoke.at the fur- table with the men. They Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Kettles have returned from Vancouver, where they A cigarette case as a feature of the fashionable woman's chatelaine is not a sufficient rarity here to attract at- vis- tention. At a recenl amateur theatri "His ADVANCE FOR SEPTEMBER NOW ON SALE New selections by Caruso, Lauder, McCormack, Scotti, Fritz Kreisler, Bayes-Norworth and other celebrated artists. Ask your dealer to play No. 16508 for you. 10 in. DOUBLE-FACED RECORDS-90c. FOR THE TWO. administered, during her stay at Bal- moral. King Edward, though attending1 Crathie church regularly, never took, part in the communion service there, as king, for the service was always j held in October 'when he had left for i the south. ihave spent the past mOIlth- Follow Her Examole Mrs' J- Kcan' who had been j n ;r T jitinc her daughter at Pair Valley j cal pertormance a purse was stolen "of retrod to spending very much more of their urday. j time at Balmoral, being bVfch oi Mrs. J. A. present j The name of the T owner was a-iven without any appar- j with them, have already intimated visit to his mother, Mrs. Geo. Le- PHlbarrassInent .All the j MEDICINE. HAT CARRIES BYLAWS their intention of following Queen j vasseur. fashionable jewellers here carrv a! them very fond of Highland life, and j at the Blairmore sanitarium. of the Scottish climate, which agrees j A Levasseur, of Spokane, is on a j' published by a Portland paper, which thexfigures come. from an en- i tirely reliable source. j Portland .Seattle are the figures said to have leaked from Washington. KANSAS CITY'S POPULATION .Washington, D. C., Aug. population of Kansas City, Ho., is" an increase of or 51.7 cent, as compared with iu Victoria's example, and of having! BOVCS, of Hamilton, Ont., re- their names inscribed on the commun- turned home Saturday after a j large j cases. ion roll of the parish church of Cra- visit to his brother here, J-jan, quite common. stock of women's cigarette j Medicine Hat, Aug. follow- As presents from men, they j ing bylaws all carried by large thie. B. Boyes. The first annual meeting of shareholders Pincher Creek, as she sits on the lawn j Had that clause in the amendment Ito the Accession Oath which would ibind the King down to membership i Cards ton and Montana Railway her home on a pleasant j of no other church or denomination j pany, was held here to-day, but at j jthan that of the "Protestant reform-j the time of writing your correspond-! ed church a? by law established in i ent has learned of nothing that has; jjorities today: Installation of electric It is a rare sight to see the j planC aid to hospital, tncUvifc of a foreign diplomat smoking j industrial sites, waterworks extension, improvements of evening. cemetery, total, Berliner Gram-o-phone Company Montreal. Sold in U.S.A. by Victor Talking for of Oar3ow not been altered, the King would have been prevented from fol- lowing the example of his grandmoth- er. Queen Victoria, in having his jname appear on the communion roll !of a member of the Presbyterian Church of Scotland. Tt is inte.resting In connection with this bill, to recall that the prime minister is not a member of the Church of England, but a Congrega- tionalist. Augustine Birrell. the chief secretary for Ireland, presidant ol the board of education, is a Metho- jdistn -while Mr. Samuels, president of the locjil government board, in the cabinet, is a Jev. been given out to the public respect- j ing their future intended movements, j LIND WILL NOT RUN Everett, crats of Minnesota may as well give up hoping that John Lind vill be their gubernatorial candidate In the coming contest for his son, Norman Lind, of this city, says the former governor positively will not accept the nomination, make the race or serve if elected. The younger Lind j declared that his father's is final. Another of Cowan's creation in a delicious combination of finest milk chocolate and fresh shelled walnuts. Truly delightful. In and pound cakes. TMC COWAN CO. UXimED. TOWOHTO. 78 ;