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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta If Saturday, August THE LETIIBKJ DGE DAILY HERALD MORE iTHANTHE ORDINARY KINDS TORON TO ONT. HOT TIME IN CARDSimOUNCIL A'LDE'RMAN AGGRIEVED OVER ORDER GIVEN A CIVIC EMPLOYEE Cardston, Alt a., Aug. the meeting-ofr the Town Council held on night of this week, the discussion w-as rather interesting for 'The meeting had hardly be- gun, when one of the members, the chairman of one of tho important-corn- inlttees of the Council, accused.other members.of the Council'of "butting- the work of his committee Ihe specific, charge was 'that a certain jiiQmber of: the Council had instructed: one of the city's employees to go to' a certain place and do a certain pl-cce work. This, the accuser charged, was out of his jurisdiction, hence his being, called to account. 'No name iiiut r been meiittoii-ed In the accusa- but It was evident lo all who the .'member, referred to was. This Miss Avp.. N councillor took-it.'upon himself to ask [returned last nights from a'--holiday or persons weie to the She went Ma the The man or woman incapable t o sincerity is ''likewise incapable ol George lOmui'son, Friendship skill and obser- vation of the best physicians; UK-, dili- gence anil vigilante of, the nest nurse; iind the anil patience .ol the best Clarendon. 1 AIissr Cliaumau, of'London, spent 11 few days, tliis wcbli with. Miss UY-oii, tiniest Mrs. Mellis, of spent, (be week the guest ol Mrs. Mitch- cli. Mr. and Mrs. J. Snilrl arc re- joicing over tho birth of a sou'iiorn last, evening. Mrs. K. H. Wilson and.'jtfrs.' L. were tlie hostesses at the Country Club this afternoon. Miss Butk-r returned from a iilea-sant visit with hot- hr'other, .Mr. J. Hutlnr.'of'Oolden, IJ, C. MfSs Bryan, of' Hrooklyh; who has ecir'.a house1 guest with Mi's. Nelson, Jlnrd Ave duuiiK lulj ifiil t, Ceayes for home on Monday- give a dance, and there will he a sci ies of house while their ma c .sties are at their Highland deiice. Jllss Bawden will not ris-ojien li private school imtll Wednesday, Sej tember Uov. D. T. rector oC Hoi Trinity church. Toronto, will pruac iri St. Aliens tin's church tomorrow morning. .Jjui'ing bin stay in tho cit he will be a .guest at St. AuguBtlii' icctory. It inadvertently stated iu 31'Uay's prize list, that Mrs. We won :ne fitst nrixe for daniiciio the- tele- phone, and catleri np the employee and asked i1 if the said councillor had di- lected him to do any. work, .which came .'.under-the jurisdiction of- the chairman who was. making- the com- plamL The city workman he had not nheieupon the accused in- vited the Ofayor to the 'telephone that he recciiejthQ answer trom the ciry tlie iMft'Vor v-ho had ohected him {o do the chairman of the com'ralttee, belonged was one of these; men. -The councillor against whom.] the complaint was made then de riiand-ed an apology. The HeralH was not present at the meeting and did not-hear-the it is: re ported that.'sonns, uriparliameht: ary language was used, and as a re- suU, one of the members of 'the Coun- cil.aaked itbe Mayor insinua- tions aa this should be allowed in the Council chamber, and the Mayor call- ed the councillor to order. The grieved party, however, was not sat- isfied, and again demanded an apology whereupon the party making ths charge acceded to the. request npologfzed to the individual and to the council.. The council adjourned to meet again oil Monday night. Rev I P Fein expec.U to on Friday of next work to in loronto tiul otfier eastern points his xbsenoe tlif- pulptl of 3 churcli will be, occupied II H Cragg, B Four young- folk -from Bow I wo girls and two to Grassv Take and in the at the Pufabvtei b) the Edmonton, will addiess, the Ml a most ciijot-jWclcoine Bible Class of Knox church I immediately, at .the close of the morning service tomorrow. Professor Dyile will have something interesting lo say, and the attendance should bt large. The Ladies'; Aid oi church under Die superMsion of L-ncrgctic president, Mrs did remarkably well at fbcir reiicsh jmcnt, booth at- thr, fair. They expect to clear over and all ex penses.. The nieinbei's of the society' ian niaiisc were principals in a double perfonjjed IT Rlunt-t were assisted by Miss Butler, pnstoi. Butler, flliss I list, Margai j-Iuukcs and Miss who .Miss Alas NATURAL HISTORY STUDENT DEAD A'ictoria. Aug. George Wil- liam Taylor, a prominent student of natural history, is dead at Departure Bay, Vancouver Island. The late Mi- Taylor was regarded by natural scien- tists AS aheid of his Until a icars ago lie was a member of the ministry arid wag. located at Wel- ei waauen Dccame Hip DriUf oi f. K. -Mitchell Lillian' Isli wedded to Mr Albeit L Mitch- Lake It is stated that grejifc preparations ncc being made at Balmoral for "the reception of the crjijrt in Balmoral Ihe plice has lately been almost en tircly refurnished.and redecorated and now presents a ycry djffer.cht appear- e from what it djd a few years ago. H is understood t-hai before the Iting and return south they i with iho serving. Ladies' Aid society of St. And church, are well -jatiBfied wit the financial results of their refresh ment booth at the fair. Mrs. Drev, the was ably assisted Mrs. Harlcman, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Hori and Mrs. Scott. A very representative and well at tended congregational meeting was held In St. Mary's church last evening The plans for the new .church cepted, and building will probably, be started about the middle of September AFTER LIFE OF ANOTHER ANNARLE AN ATTEMPT TO MUROEift MOOSE JAW MAN AJ CASTLEGAR, B.C. N'elson, B. C., Any. with threatening 10 r-iurder G. M. Annable of MOOM brother of Alajor of'Nelson, J 'Captlegfti lancher bd H H jesteidaj was committed for trial bj P J Gleiser T P AAable owner of ihe ranch of which Clengli is manager, and th profiecntion' claims that tluring, buai ness discussion Cleugh tbraatened Inn with a rifle. Frightened at Cleugh's behavior Annable -says 1m hid in bush and tli escaped to Arrow Lake boat. He went to Victoria and gave Information to the police, Cleugh. warning him noi to come to Nelson. G. M. Annable is a brother of M. F Annable, of Taber, who, had Jack Car roll before a Taber magistrate on q-i attempted muriler, charge 'a'week or so ago. 1. manager of the Woodstoch brmieh of the bank, goes to the Sterling Bank, To- ronto. NUTRITIOUS DELICIOUS and HEALTHFUL BREAD COSTS A TRIFLE MORE BUT WORTH IT." John Gilmore 1027 THE LIFE AND DEATH OF GLOBE AN, AUTHORITY PROPHESIES TH ULTIMATE DESTRUCTION OF EARTH Paris, Aug. trentlsc by I'rof A. Bergel, of the recently inannurut eri Institute of Oceanography, giving (he result.of exhaustive re-senrdies In to and prophusyliif; the ultimate des tructlon of tho earth, ims widespread attention, especially tho autiliority of the pi'ofes.sor is nn disputed hi bis particular "Tho Life and Death of the tllobo' treats not of tiio drcatii of a m'ela physician, hut'of "a problem, the solu tlon of which is the result of detluc tlons In the sphere of physics. M Berget considers thai, 'as our globe possesses an independent lift1, a care Fill study of the conditions of this life x bound to reveal its ultimate fact, in the same way as a physician prognos- Jcates a careful examination of a patient. the first agent of the earth's des- truction is the Kiin, and in ihis way: are but poor conductors of ieat; the side immediately opposed to the rays of the sun alone is affected. Hence expansion of the mass being inly partial, the molecules arc disin- egrated. Every day this expansion iccurs, -and every, night the corres- ponding contraction. In the end tho rock cracks; its surface becomes iovared with "rifts and fissures. As 'apor Is continually condensing on ho higher regions, water will soon tegln to penetralo these fissures and reene. The rock will be rent asunder naking ihe second stage of destruc- Tliti fragments will fall from the ummlts to the" valleys, where the curses will carry them on over o a lower level, -the fragments acting1 s -destructing agents fn lierever they go. The action of the'rivers in carrying way portion's of their hanks is still not her agent-of .destruction. In ad- Jtlbn large -masses'of earth will be- om'e impi-egnated with water and ide down into Hie valleys The off, but 11 these ceaseless processes 'will mt after many centuries the con- will be levelled and the oceans lied with 'the accumulation, of their will rise lem. The' oceankv themselves are a .ctor in'the work'of destruction, at- .cUIns the -wkh their wave ct ton cot. 1 The coast lines'iof'the'-globe total "00000 iiinles which vJH gnc lea of the immense extent of surface offered destructive ac- tion oi the sfin. that thefiimount of solid mattei -rforit d'nnmlly ftorn the e ith and earned down tp- ;ibe sea' 16vel represenls about 15 cubic miles: 'If this action worked u haraiticall> it would require four, million'years for Ute earth-to be worn Tjfllou the ofathe ocean But is the m itter disintegrated finds its waj into the ocean 'the level or the "water rises inexorably, dktii'nishins: the mass o'f earth remaining; for destnictioi and it is cfllculated that three and half 'million years would suffice -re the engulfing of the earth by th waters'. MOTHERS: Just to remind you that the schools re-open on Monday ---------Let us help you prepare the little ones Tiio Hummer .Holiday: a I nine lo -Kail Term. vacation is over anil a.m., I lie school" doors will tho hildron ioi Hie It is at thiSvtime possibly more than at any other that most mothers are puzzling their brains' to know what, to'get tho children to wear. Let us help you for never were WP- so splen- didly prepared to meet your every lequheinetit in Repdj to Wcu.f Attire for young; were we able to Vo" such really good values as are nou displaced Tor tut'cal inspection and comparison. Tempting styles in Boys' School Suits of sterling worth. Made from ijuu dependable qialities in itvpedif and gc6j and biovui shades ilso a splendid range of grpv iipd brown heath0 eifect" Cut op ihe (ateet in or tlnec. bingie or i double 'hreasted Coats all well lined and inter- in tire popular bloomer style elas- tic or buckle and straps at knees. Complete range of sizes for boys of from 3 to 15 years Specially priced at. from to Boys' Sweater Coals imported direct from the manufacturers; all made from pure wool in plain colors and many neat and serviceable combinations. All. have new high collar Extra value at and Boys' Negligee Shirts 'Splendidly made in negli- gee from warranted fact colois in ?ephj cambric chambiavs and .patterns that are both neat and service- able. boys' sizes. hack 85c SHOES That Are Built to Withstand (he Hard Knocks of School-Day Strife FOR BOYS FOR GIRLS Boys' Box Kip; Blu- chers, tips sewn and have solid leather solee and heels. COMPLETE C. N. R. GRADE THIS YEAR PUT A LOT OF TEAMS AT WORK FARMER'S THRESHING RETURNS 'Macleod, Aug. town com ctl it i meeting Thursda> mgnt rai led the agreement lUtH the Biick i Tile Com pain ft nch lias privileges beyond asking the righ manufacture ft Ithin 11 coi por ,I'oi) limits. 'Operations will begin 01 i piece of land which the compati; is willing; to pay for as 3.1011 as a aai icfactory title can be. given. Opern Jons will start within sixty days. Tin irice of brick in town will bi considerably 'reduced and it is .o place brick on tho market ibis year Mr. Bird has gone to the coast t irder the machinery. The patients removed from tho old o the new hospital are all doing nice y. The Hist birth in the new mater ity hospital is -Stapleiona, a Usty youngster who gives promise o uHtlllng all expectations and being ble to speak for the good care given t Macleod 's new h os pi f a 1. W. II. Long, of Standoff, has thresh- d 1GO arrea of yielded 0 bushels to (ho which at pre- ailing prices, returns the acre. rills'was tlie lightest part of his crop land the remaining ItOO acres are ex- i nectfid to yield more and grade lop C. X. R. contractors in 'town (1 week stated that, they would have 500 more (earns on the contractsvsoiitb of Calgary on the Macleod line "arid will .try to complete tho. grading this year, leaving the bridges for whiter work. They have at present. teams south 'of Mitcleod and IfiO norfii find..will he to hire teains tlu- farm- have tills fall.- BUY BISHOP STRACHAN SCHOOL Toronto. property or ihf Hisliop School. ;tI Col- lotu- uiixi of oMi'Ml. (idiiea- tinniil iiiHlihifioiiH in Ontario, has bn'-ii sold, The consideration 'was Mr. Xonl Mnrsliall, one of (he irns- ircs, ''oultl c'vp no information as to (ho of the pnrcliijscrp. Bizcs.ii.-l Boys' Box Calf Blu- cheiV tipped extra strong solid leather soles and heels Unequalled values at and Girls' Box Calf Blueli' boots, broad easy, ;fitting common sense'Bhape for school Ul from in..Children's to 2 in MlEse- lo Girls' "Classic" shoe hi extra choice quality tan Calf, a shoe of par- tluilarh good seating fiuallties; 4 Boys'and Girls' School Hose The maximum amount of wear a. good 'eel with jtho.-minimum; cost, is what :every mother seeks when buying -children's uose. ;We consider these points when mak- "ing our selections and have now good-line to Show J-oii in'.! pit-her ribbed cotton or cashmere with re-infbrced heels.' toes, and knees; sires 4 10 20c to 6Qc pair Smart Styles and Low Prices in Girls' School Dresses Scotch American Zoph rs and Pouales, and dig tisli PilnlH of fhp most refi able makes are ih'o" materials from which, these xlresses are made, while -.worhmaiisliiiv stjle ihe latest nerd from fiome of real for Ml what shoeing at Prices The Hudson's Bay Stores OHUBCIT .SERVICES ST. ANDREW'S ner Ktt'h and 7th Ave. N., Sunday services, 11 a.m., and 7.30 p.m.; Rev. W. A. Morrison, 'of Ont., .will preach. 'Sunday school at 'A p.m. .the evening. Eer.vice the choir will reudc'r the anthem "1 will Lift up Mine ICycs." OHTJRCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF I LATTER DAY O. E St. S., near Y. II. C. A, 9.-15 a.m. Officers and teachers meet- iig; JO a. m., Sunday School; '-i Sacrament meeting. Visitors always welcome. Hishop B. S. Young. No. I 1st Ave. S. Phone ST. CYPRIAN'S CHl'KCH. ANGU- Slh Avenue and lllli Street, Rev. Canon McMillen, rector. Sunday -school and Bible class 3 p.m. JommuuioirS.HO a.m. on the first and third Sundays and al the. 11 o'clock service on the second and fourth Sun- lays. Matins II a.m. Baptism 4 p.m. Cvensong 7.30 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHlWCfl 902 3rd Ave. .south. Rev. A. C. Watson, I.A., pastor. Morning subject. "Les- sons from the life of General Booth" Evening subject, at the .Morris Thea- re, "The Compulsion of the Christ." Sunday school 3 p.m. Strangers wcl-. ;ome. CHURCH Rev. T. P. 'erry, pastor. Morning Christ, The All-Essential." Evening Silver Spoons knives, forks and serving pieces, in many uxiiuis- ite designs, :iic stamped 1847 ROGERS BROS. Tliis buikl is knuwn HI n.ii-fiuaJuin tlieliuitviest of. plate. ciion is RiinraiitCBtl. old by landing neate subject A Big- Mans choice and chal lenge." Sunday 'School and Bible Class p m The usual Pleasant Sur da> evening Will be hold at tlie close of the enlng bei Ice members of the conjugation aie in vited to cnjoj a social noui. and stiangeis KNOX Rev. A. Cameron....', Services' at II a.m and 7 -.0 p ni Prof Dytle, oi Rob ertson College, Edmonton will pieach at Ihe morning and the evening sei vice Snntiiy School and Bible at 1 p m Chinesle class 4 pm All arc heartily -welcome. fa I PAULS 1AI1HURVN At the home of Rev, C. Grant, In09 Sixth ucinic south Sund.u, Sunday School 2.30 p.m. '-'Services li a.m. and p.m. Touchers' -meet- ing. Wednesday S -ST. A USTi N'S OH Cor ner Sccoml Ave.. and.Stli .St., .1. K. rector. Holy Conimuiifon every, Siinday S .a.m. and on Ihe first Sunday" of the month at the eleven o'clock service. Matins 1 1 a.m. Sunday school L'.' .p.m.. Even- song Fi p.m. m AVE. ith and IStji stieH B MuMimon, pastor.. i m ind he conducted by Rev. 0. A. Grotlrin the. Gcrmaji }an- 1 he fierman snpaKmg fyopulaca is cordially' invttcll. I VANGCLICAL LUTtl- .Services will at 710 Sixteenth St Lethbriclge, afc 1030 am and will he conducted by Hie O Groth m the German langu.igi Ihe Guman sptaKmg pop- ulace is cordially invited. 1111 BI RFA x BIBLl SCHOOL (Oi brld Sunday at 3 jiii) at stieet, south A1 cordial- nivifalion is exteiuleirto both oil nid voiing lo attend 11ns school A special invitation is. given to any IJr.rsons, who bavc been connected thuches of Cniisl (Diiciples) It is on north lit Services at II. a.m. ami-7.J10 p.m. Sun day school p.m. Prayer mcet.lnt, Wednesday S p.m. Choir practice, Thursday S p.m. HRRT CIIUHCH CHRIST Hank block. II a.m. Sunday .school, 12.HI p.m. Wed- y t> veiling testimony meeting S p.m. Thy1 reading room I.-; open (o oilo every iluy ,1'roin 10 ft [ 1'Xcrymii: iii cordially iiivltwl to ill i OK nntisT-iUisrinii-s) in i'alHloitiaii [lull iilS 7fh nittli, ;il H nm! 7.30 p.m. Suml.iv sellout 10.-'HI J.ui. A wol- coiiif In all. (il 1A I K U ill M- KltA Xeniios will Iirlrf 7in jjfiili LeMibndge. at. LO.W( Top Every Time! Supreme above all others in qual- ity raised by merit alone to that proud emin- ence Alberta's Beat Baking Powder is uniform, pure, is invariably ikpemUble. Your gro- cer knows him. ;