Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
'1'Yttlay, August 1012 t Get This Beautiful Cigarette Case As t token of appreciation of your of Canada who smoke Black Cat" want to give you a cigarette case of rare value. This case is British made, and is perhaps the handsomest sduvenir of the coronation ever offered. Emblazoned and inset on each, in colours, are the portraits of their majesties, King George and Queen Mary. Over lOOyOOO; of these cases have been given to our smokers in England.. One is yours in exchange for 50 coupons of "Black Cat" Cigarettes. The coupons are asked for only as proof that you are a smoker of this famous brand highest class Virginia, cigarette made. You couldn't get a better cigarette than the "Black. Cat" at any price. You couldn't buy a more exquisite of more lasting souvenir of the coronation than the "Black Cat" gift-cigarette-case. And-remember: Both-the cigarettes the case are products of British financed by British capital. VCarreras" is England's foremost tobacco concern.. .The "Black. Cat" one of their the cigarette case is their gift. Here is no foreign concern masquerading -undera British name, with intent to deceive. Whan purchasing "Black Cit" Cigirettes, please Bee that the sealing band around picket is unbroken. In every packet you will find one Coronation Gigaretta Case Coupon. Save these, end when you htva accumulated 50, mail them to address below. Yottr cigarette will recon ycu by return post. Addrest: CABRERAS t MARCIANUS OF CANADA, Limited qf 852 St. Uwrun Boulenri, Black Cat Medium for 10 Cents MM CALGARY CADETS CARRIED OFF LAURELS AT O.R.A. BUTTS Toronto, Aug. the num- 'ber of possibles scored in the Ontario Rifle association ma-tches today were not so large as the previous day, the average scores were much higher than In the sumo events last year. The weather conditions were not so favorable, a- light varying wind and a thunderstorm in the morning spoil- ing many promising scores. The sec- ond stage of the City .of Toronto Biatch. was the Important event of the day. It Is open to the first sixty high- est competitors in the first stage, and was won by Private ,T. Freeborn, of the 13th. Regiment, Hamilton, with a score of 117, out of a possible 120. Cadets from the Calgary public ecbools carried off the laurels., in tho school cadets' match, winning the team prize 'with 233 out of 250, and liad all five men in the money in the, individual list, with, a score of 49 out I of 50. The Calgary team will retain the Pellatt challenge tropliyt for a year. Harbord Collegiate .Institute was sec- ond, S-eaforth third and Brantford fourth in the team event. The Aus- tralian cadets fired.- in this match, but did not'make1 a very .good show- ing, i ROCHESTER PLAYER TO GO TO THE HIGHLANDERS York, Aug. Far- rell, of tbe New York Americans, to- day closed a deal with the Rochester club for Jack Lelivelt. formerly wi'tb the Athletics and Washington." Leli- velt will Join the Highlanders about August 24. Manager Genzel IB anx- ious to retain Lelivelt OB long as he can, as hig team is In the (thick of the International league pennant fight. HOSMER RIFLE SHOOT CONTEST ALBERTA'S PRIDE BEER IS A WHOLE- SOME PRODUCT OF NATURE. EARTH, SUN AND AIR HAVE SUPPLIED THE IN- GREDIENTS FOR A HEALTHFUL, INVIGOR- ATING DRINK. THE HIGHEST QUALITY OF BARLEY, MALT AND HOPS IS USED IN MAKING THIS BEER. WE HAVE A STANDARD THAT INSURES THE HIGHEST DEGREE OF PURITY THE LETHBRIDGE BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY LIMITED jfHONE 554 WILL BE PULLED OFF NEXT SUI ARRAY-OF GOOD, PRIZES Hosmer, Aug. Hosmer Ci Ulan Rifle association huve decide to hold the-annual prize shoot on Su day next, August 25. NO handicap have been arranged, but' eight prize are- being given to enable every men her to have a fair chance of being prize winner. The first prize, a. silve cup., is being presented by the captai of'the-association, Ira J. Drown, an is one well worth winning. The ond silver sented by Dr. C. R. Higgins to the as sociation last season, before he le: :he town.' The other prizes are a follows: Third, a pair of "K" bran sporting boots; fourth, pair of walkin shoes; fifth, auto-strop safety razp n case; sixth, "Big Ben" alarm-clock seventh, Wostenholm pipe razor eighth, "I.X.L." pocket knife. An en trance fee of 25c'. will be charged t each to cover cost 'o narking at tbe targets. Shooting wil be over'the three ranges, 2CO, 500 ani GOO yards, and will commence nt i.m. There will ,be an interva of one hour from 12 o'clock to ons o1 clock for luncheon, and it is hopei that there will be a large turn out o members for the occasion; onli those members who have paid Uieli subscriptions for this season, 'will to allowed to compete. Prizes are on view iu the windows of .Messrs. A Mills Son, Main street, Hosmer. BREEZY BASEBALL BITS h-a Chicago White Sox have not a man in the .300 class. Ping Bodle leads tbe club with an of ,293 but he Is being pressed hard by Harry Lord and Shaueo Collins. Big Jeff Pfeffcr, the former Nation- al league'twir.er, is leading the New England league pitchers with the lino average of 1.000. Jeff has yet to lose a gjimo and has come out on tbe big end o? three contests. Attorney General Hogau of Ohio has rendered an opinion to the effect that Sunday baseball is an Inalienable American Tight. The constitution of tho United Status, ho holds, grants the right to cheer to every citizen of these United States, grouches and giT-'ivlers notwithstanding. Under his construction tbe small boy and his parents alike find "happiness" In the national ganre. The national .utioii specifically guarantees "life. Iborty and ihe pursuit of happiness" to all. Hence noise balers who object to cheering en Sunday afternoon will be privileged to cith-e-r leave town or wear carmuitiv Happenings at Cardston CanlHlon, 'Aug. W. NIblcy, of Salt Lake City, presiding Dishop of tho whole Mormon church, and Mr. Arthur Winter, of Salt Luke City Church Reporter, were .present at the conference of the Alberta Stake held in Cardston on Saturday and Sunday last. Bishop Nihley lias charge of the temporal affairs of the church, and on Monday was driven by Mr. Iladtcr with President Wood to the Cochrane ranch, where an inspection was made of the church's interests there.. This is Mr. Nihlcy's first vis- it' to Cardston and Southern Alber- ta, and on his return to Cardston was heard to say "You people may count on me. I'm a booster for Canada ami Southern Alberta in the future." The party left along with Apostle Whitney and President Mc- Murrin for Lethbridge fair on Mon- day night, from which place they will by different, routes to their homes in Utah. Dr. Weeks went to Lcthbridge on Wednesday to look after the disposi- tion of the body of J. Dallas, who died in the hospital here on Monday night. Mr. Dallas came io Cardston with nervous prostration, and has been living at Lcavitt since that lime. Ho was formerly in the fruit business in.Oardston, and his re-open- ing in hut going back into an old business. The centra! telephone office IK to be removed by the first of September to the building in the- Spencer block oc- cupied till recently by the I'alace Meat Market. 0. W. Clibson, u.ilflc inspector for the Alberta Govern- ment telephones and W. Or. Hagan were in Cardston ou Saturday of last week making arrangements for ibis move. The new office will be fitted i.p in a first class manner and all facili- ties for the handling of the com- pany's business will be adopted. A uotlicr photograph of the Con- gress Chorus was taken last Sunday on the steps of the Tabernacle, and also in the interior at the front of the auditorium. The pictures vero i taken by Miss Henson of the Henson Studio, and both have come out ex- ceedingly -well. The group shows nine.- ty-eight persons all directly connect- ed with the chorus. Residents in the west end of town ller- with SOURCE'S Circus, and becoming ill at the hotel was moved to the havc to the hospital. It was discovered on Tues-lald about lhc ot that he was a member of tin Odd- Fellow's Lodge; and steps were immediately taken by the Lodge hare to take charge of the remains. M. A. Coombs began the work of moving his work shop on Wednesday oi'. this .week. The building is to be nit in the rear of his store to ma'ie (water in the mains in that section of j the town. In .conversation with sev- eral of these residents, the Herald was informed that beginning on Mon- day water was entirely shut ofi, there seems to be no way under pres- ent conditions that it can be turned on again. The matter will undergo room for a new solid brick block of !thorollfil1 investigation, and it is 22 feet frontage and 7o feet depth. The building is to have a plate glass front, but will be in all probability used as a moving picture theatre. Mr. Coombs is in Lelhbridge today per- fecting arrangements with a theatre manager to take a lease on the now structure. The old stage coach which did ser- vice between Macleod and Lethbridge 'or many years, and which is the old- est conveyance of this sort in West- ern Canada, is undergoing some slight repairs preparatory to its he- ng taken to Lethbridge for exhibi- tion at the Congress there. It will serve as a demonstration of the transformation which lias come over Cardston in recent years. F. H. Snow opened a fruit store on Tuesday night iu the building r'crn.er- ly1 occupied by Laurie. ..Mr. Snow returned from theJ VHUhitli1 Valley in 'Arizona about a year MADE CHILDREN WORK IN FIELDS A CASE OF ALBERTA FARMER IN THE SPOKANE COURTS Spokane, Aug. a writ of habeas corpus yesterday In Judge William A. Huneke's department of the Superior Court, and" seeking to liold three of her children, which the husband, Arthur E, Bishop alleges have been kidnapped, Mrs. Eva V. Bishop charged cruelty .of the hus- band to the several children. Mrs. Bishop alleged that the girls of the family bad been compelled to take their place at the plows, the har- rows, the cultivators, mowers and oth- 3r machinery in the field, and assist the father in his work. She alleged that at one time after one of the daughters had finished three weeks' work in tbe field, she asked her -ra- ther for a quarter and the mpney was the children were small my; husband was good to said Mrs.' Bishop, "but ns soon as they were able to talk be abused them and curs- ed them, and made them work. Our toy, Fred, 34 years old, ran. away from lome many times, because he was ifraid of his father. I asked my hna- laiul for underclothes for the child- en one whiter we were .in Canada, tid he refused, and said they could tay around the fire, and didn't need i go o'ut. "My, husband had one favorite aughter, Lillian, and he never talk- A mean to her, and toUI the other hildren they should pattern after LII- nn." She said (hey wero married hi Ne- niska, and bad moved 28 times ntl havc a residence in Canada. Mrs. j ishop has been in the city several I- 'eeks, and was charged here with iking Cyril, seven years old, Vera, 5. and Clara, 'IS. The other child- in are Bessie, 23, Lillian, 21, Harold, 0, and Fred. 14. The husband came from Canada to H possession of the children, and al- ged that in n, hearing held In Can- da he had attacked the character of s wife. The case continued all day and will resume this morn- im- probable that in a few days a reasjn will be given for this regrettable con- jdition. Dr. J. E. Amos, who has come to Cardston. for tho practice ol dentis- is getting living accommodation for his family at the Brown home across the river. Dr. Amos has fixed up a very neat office over Stagpoole's drug store. Wra. Laurie has moved his barris- ter's office from the little building on Taylor street to.the Central block. Contractor Folson reports that the new Central block will be completed about the first of September, and will be ready for occupancy. Burton and -Jbey will move in as soon as the building is ready. .The family of President E. J. Wood are at the present time summer holi- daying at their summer home "The on the Cochrane ranch. President visited his family there on Monday and Tuesday of this week. C. E. Snow anil family are leaving on Tuesday of next week for Utah, where they will' spend the winter. will be in Cardston in Oc- tober for a couple oi weeks on busi- ness, but. will' return again to' Utah till spring. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Sauri- der, pf "The Spencer on Tuesday, 20th, a son. Removal Sale Is now in full swing. Our big stock of the celebrated Male Attire Clothing is recognized as the leader in ready-made clothing The fabric, style and fit place it at the, top of the list RIDPATH CASH TAILOR AND CLOTHIER HULL BLOCK LETHBRIDGE, Get Your Lunch Where the menu .service and prices arc right. You can get good square cooked to taste at Coaldale Restaurant Coaldale Blk., 5th St. Chop Suey, Noodles and other special dishes. No long waits. Open Day and Night MISS EVA BOOTH GOES TO FUNERAL New York. Aug. Eva Booth, daughter of the late Gen- anil William Booth, sailed today on ;he liner Prance for. Havre in he hope o-f reaching IJmgland iu .time o attend her, father's funeral next Thursday. The France Is due in Javre next Wednesday morning, and Booth hopes to he in London on Vednesday night. Miss Booth has received a telegram from General iramwell Booth, tho n-ew head of the Army, renewing her .commission. ;as commander of the forces in the Un- ited States. With -jMiss Booth when she sailed were 'Mrs. Major Brewer, Her companion, and Major" Richard (Grif- fith, her secretary. tion.Army officers and .workers yvsre .at the pier bid her good-bye. Miss Booth wore tbe mourning dfr vice provided for relatives under the Army regulations. It consisted of, u broad black band; worn on the-left' arm, with a red cross surmounted by a crown. In addition to the scarf, the "official mourning" of tbe organiza- tion was displayed by many of the party. This consists of white braid on> the sleeves and lapels. MANAGER AT WINNIPEG Winnipeg, Aug. Robf.rt- n, manager of the Bank of Xovii lotla, at Hamilton, has been appoint- ed manager at Winnipeg, Over 30 Autos At tlie Fair yesterday carried trie information "Sold by the Western Auto Co." Tliis should at least cause you to investigate the merits of our cars before buy ing.