Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta
Saturday, Augiifrt-24, THEXETIinitfRGE DAILY HEliALP Pafff 'EDITED BY "INO" PHONEi: HOT TIME IN CARDSTQN COUNCIL ALDE'RMAN AGGRIEVED OVER ORDER GIVEN A CIVIC EMPLOYEE- Cardstqn, Alta., Aug. the meetihgtor the Town CouncJI held on W-edncsday night of this week, the discussion iiy-as rather Interesting for ri'he meeting had hardly be-i sun, when one of the members, the] chairman pj one of tlie import an mittees of the Council, accusedsothei members.of the; Council'of "butting the work of his committeeNThe H pec! He, charge was 'that a certain member Council bad instructed one of the city's employees to go to a certain place and do a pi-ece o" work. This, the accuser charged was.out oE.his jurisdiction, and, hence his being.called to account. No name mentioned in the accuea (Ion', .but it was evident to all who the''member, referred to was. This councillor took-itt'upon, himself to.ask or persons were, who were thus overstepping -heir right, and the answer dime that the man. who flskccif tiic question was th man re ferret! .io. This answer led to another question-from this man as to the party ..was (that lie had directed and a certain cUy employee named, The defendant in the oase.-immediately 'went ito -the .tele- phone, and called'up the employee and askedr.if the said councillor had tli- rectedi-Iiim to do any work, .which came ;.umler the -Jurisdiction ofvths chairman who was making the" com- city workman replied.thai not, "whereupon the accused tii: vite'djthe Mayor to the 'telephone that the Mayor- who had, directed him do tho piece of Jft fiijestjon nnd the chairman of the committee, io "which the of these men. -The councillor against whom the complaint was made then de- manded an apology. The Herald 'was not present at the meeting and did not ihear tho conversation, but it is re ported that, some, very unpirllament ary language w-os used, and as a re fluff, one of the members of 'the Conn- The 'man or woman', incapable o! sincerity is likewise incapable oi George Kmerson. 1 htiUijthe skill und obncr- vation of the best physicians; tho dili- gence and vigilance, of the iiost nurse, liml. Lht! tenderness-' and patience ol the best Clarendon. IMiss, Chapman, of London, spent few days tliis week with Mis.s tti.-o Ernest Mrs. Mcllis, of. Macleod, spent, ins week tlie guest of Mrs. Mitch- ell. Mr. and Mrs. J. .J. Smlr'l .ire re joicing over the birtli of ET.SOII "horn last evening Mis 1 II Wilspn and Mrs p 1 N'aismilh were the hostesses at the Country Club this uitcniopn. give a dance, and there will be a set ies of bouse pai'LicK while their i esties are at their Highland rcsl d eiice- Jliss LJuwdi'ii will not re-open h private school instil Wednesday, Sej tcmbur llh. fluvi D. T. rector of I lol Trinity ehurcli. Toronto, will preac in SI. Aimuslin's church tomorro morning. ..Ijuriiig his stay in the cit he will be a guest at St. AugiiBtln' :ectory. li madvprieiUly stated in larday's priza list, that Mrs. Welle won she (list prb.e for darning on nt? hi Colons. .MItti Lily Welier was successful prh.e winners. Clubs and Societies The executive and the collectors ol Robertson College Guild will meet with MVx. A. .1. Irving on Monda> evening. Tlie Wesley League will meet ilonday evening' in the interests Christian Citizenship. Mr. A. J. general secretary of the Y J.A., will deliver an address on appropriate theme. Miss Hit tier h.is returned from a pleasant visit with hot brother, Mr. W. J. Butler, o( fiolden, 13; C. Miss LJivin of BiooUjn hd liecn j house Mi's Nelson Jhird Julj vnd t feaycs for honac on Mondavi j The Klower Guild grutuiuily I 1 atterson and M is 1 1'atriknowlcdgcs the-receipt of (lowers yes- teson, of Thamesford, Ont., who have tcrday from Mrs. Scllcns, Mrs. K. Downer, Mrs. Marie Johnson, -Mrs.'S, E. Mitchell, Mrs. Ill K. P. Conybearc, R. VI. Gordon, Mrs. C. E. Bran- Idow, Mrs. M. Kveeman and Mrs. J, IN. Ritchie. been spending the summer with their sistei Mrs McCarthy returned home. Miss Cl.Dunsworth; Third Ave., N. returned last a'-holiday J tup to the coait main line ind cnaj lakci haung had j most eiijov ihlc bolidav She thej professor Uyde, of RoberWoir Col- bj the hoot jiegci Kdmonlon, will address the All' i Welcome IJible Class of Knox church immediately, at .the close 'of nioiiijug service tomorrow, professor Dyde will have .something interesting to say, and the attendance should r I P Pern BXpeUb to of next in lorouto ind other eastern points 'large. During his absence, tlie pu.lpiji of j Ucslij churtb will lit occupied The Ladies' Aid of Westminster- II. H. Cragg, B. A. church under fric supervision of Uteir. energetic president, Mrs Buigmann, Foi r folk fiom neir Bow did remarkably well at their icficsh- girls And two mrnl, booth at the fair. expect to Grassj lake 1 uesdxv md in thr at the Pichbvter an manse were principals in a double edding perfonneu bv th.c II MunMstor Margji I Hadclel! became Uie briUf of Mi I. F. -Mitchell .Lillian1 Isli wedded to Mr VIbeit L Mitch- Lake Craze tie. THE LIFE AND DEATH OF GLOBE AN.AUTHORITY PROPHESIES THE ULTIMATE DESTRUCTION OF EARTH Paris, Aug. treatise by Prof. A. Byrgel, of the recently inajigurat- ed Institute of Oceanography, giving the result.of exhaustive researches in- to and prophesying the ultimate des- truction of the earth, has attracted widespread attention, especially as tho auditorily of the professor is un- disputed in Ins particular lit-hi, "Thu'Lite and Death of the Olobc" reats not of the dream of a meta- physician, a. problem, the solu- tion of which is the result of deduc- tions In the sphere of physics. M. Bergct considers that, 'as our globe possesses an Independent a care- ful study of the conditions of this lifo bound to reveal its ultimate fact, in the same way as a physician prognos- ticates after a careful examination of a-patient. the first agent of the earth's dcs- :ruction IK -the sun, and in this way: [locks are but pocr conductors of lieat; the side immediately opposed to the rays of the sun alone is affected. Hence expansion of the mass being wily partial, the molecules arc disin- egrated. Every day this expansion occurs, and every night tlie corres- ponding' contraction. In the end the rock cracks: its surface becomes fov-ared with "rifts aiyl fissures. As papor is continually condensing on he higher regions, water will soon Bgiii to penetrate these lissurea and The rock will be rent asunder ,akiug the second stase of destruc; ion. The fragments will fall from the ummits to the" valleys, where the will carry theih on over o a lower level, 'the fragments acting 3 tlestructing agents by friction herever they go. The action of the "rivers in carrying way portions of their banks is sti nothor agent, of .destruction. In ad- Itibn large of earth will be- orrie impregnated with water and ide down into Mie valleys The off, but I these ceaseless processes 'will be hat after many centuries the con- ne'nCs be levelled and the oceans lied with 'the accumulation of their iat6riols, 'overwhelm lem. Tbe themselves are a Actor in'the worfcJof.destruction, nt- icliing tbe'-coasts -with their-wave dwer cf' t6il ''cot. 1 The toial i nearly wJiich will give MOTHERS: Just to remind you that the schools re-open on Monday ----------Let us help you prepare the little ones The (Summer Vacation is over and On nine doors will to iidniif. the children for I lie Fall Term. It is at UiiSvtlme possibly more than at any other that moat mothers arc puzzling their brains to know to-get the, difldren to wear. Let us help yon for never were wo so didly prepared fo meet, your every requirement in Read} to Wear Attire for young were we nble to such really good values as are now dlsplajed iOr vbur eiitftal Inspection and comparison. to clear 5100 over of Uie penses. .The members pi the society cil, asked tt he Mayor if.such insinua- tions as this should be allow-sd in the Council chamiwr, and the Mayor call- ed the councillor to order. The ag- grieved party, however, was not sat- isfied, and again demanded an apology whereupon the party, making- the charge acceded to the request npologized to the individual and to .the .council. The council adjourned to meet again on Monday night. NATURAL HISTORY STUDENT DEAD Victoria.. Aug. George Wil- liam Taylor, a prominent student cf natural history, is dead at. Departure Bay, Vancouver Island. The late Mr. Taylor was regarded by natural scien- tists AS ahead of liis daA Until a isars ago he was A member ot the ministry and was: located at Wei- It is stated that great preparations are being made at Balmoral for the reception of (he ccjurt in Balmoral Ihe place his latclj been ajmost en tircly refurnished and redecorated and now piesents a vcrv different app ance from what it did a eir years ago. Tfc is nndcrslootl fhat before the king and ,queen return south they nil were assisted by Miss Miss V.abel butler, Kindlay, Miss luckcs and Miss Davis; who hplpei with the serving. The Ladies' Aid society of St. An rew'a church, are well 'satisfied wit the financial results of their refrei ment booth at the fair. Mrs. Dre the president, was ably assisted Mrs. Harleman, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Hor and Mrs. Scott. A very representative and well tended congregational meet jug" wa held la St. Mary's church last eyenlpi Tho plans for the new church were, a cepted, and building will probably b started about the middle of Septembq AFTER LIFE OF ANOTHER ANNABLE AN ATTEMPT TO MURDEfR MOOSE JAW MAN AT CASTLEGAR, B.C. Nelson, B. C., with threatsnlnjt to murder G. M, An liable of brother of "Majoi of 'Cn'iflegai larither nanibd H H Cleijyh jesteidaj nat committed for by iJ Gleasei T P AAable is. owner of the ranch of which Cleugli is manager, and th proeecution" claims that during, bus ness discussion Cleugh threatened hit with a rifle. Frightened at dough's behavio: A unable says he hid In bush and the escaped to Arrow Lake boat. H went to Victoria and gave Informatfo to the police, Cleugh warning him, no to come to Nelson. G. M. Annable is a brother of H. Amiable, of Taber, who. had Jack Cai roll before a Taber magistrate OTI attempted murder, charge a: week If. Bodman, managei of (b Woodstock branch of the Traders bank, goes Io the Sterling Bank, To NUTRITIOUS DELICIOUS and HEALTHFUL QUAKER BREAD "COSTS A TRIFLE MORE BUT WORTH IT." John Gilmore surface offered'-loathe destructive ac- tion of the sea, I'bat theJiinVount of solid matter Vbrn "from the earth -and'Carried down to- v.-ards 'the sea'level represents "about 15 cubic If tliis acliori worked math-amatically iV would 'require four, million years for tlie1 be worn Tielott the ocean But as the'matter disintegrrated finds its way into the ocean 'the level of the 'water; rises Inexorably, diminishing the mass of earth remaining for destruction, and it is calculated th'at three and a half million years would suffice -lor the engulfing of the earth by the waters} Tempting styles in Boys' School Suits sterling worth. trulj dependable qualities in imported Ueadg and and biown also a splendid range ol" grov and bioftn heathei elfpct-, Cut on ihp jatetr lines in tvo or three piece single or., double bieabted all lined and inter ItnedT-pants.niade in the popular bloomer style with 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 Coats Imported direct from the manufacturers; all made from pure wool in plain colors juid many neat and serviceable combinations. All have new high collar Extra value at and Boys' Negligee Shirfs 'Splendidly; made in -negll- style.' from warranted fast colors in t ambm-j, chambi s and percales in pa-tterns that are both neat and service- able. j-AH boys' sizea. Each 85c SHOES That Are Built to Withstand (he Hard Knocks of School-Day Strife FOR BOYS FOR GIRLS COMPLETE C. N; R. GRADE THIS YEAR PUT A LOT OF TEAMS.AT WORK FARMER'S THRESHING RETURNS 'Macleod, Aug. town coun- cihat-.a night, rati- ied the agreement the Biick Tile Coinpaiiv Ii.is not isked apj ileges bejonri asl'Ing 'lit riftht hianufact.ui'e corpora- .i'ou limits. will begin on i piece oi" land which Uie company :s willing (o pay for as a aal icfactory title can be .given. Opera .ions will start within sixty days. The price of brick in the- town will be Considerably reduced and it is hoped .o place brick on the market this year. Bird has gone to tlie coast to irder the machinery The patients removed from the old o tho new hospital are all dolag nice- y. The fust birth in the new mater- ty hospital is "Pat" 'Stapletotm, a usty youngster who gives promise of infilling all expectations and being to speak for the good care given t Macleod's hew hosjiital, W. H. Long, of Standoff, has thresli- d 160 acres of yielded 0 bushels to the which at pre- ailing-prices, returns to tho acre, fills'was the lightest, part of his crop nd the remaining acres are ex- erted to yield more and grade otch.- C. X. R. contractors 'in 'town stated that they would have 500 ipre tennis on the contracts south of nlgary on the Macleod line and will ry "to complete the grading this year, 'iig the bridges for winter work, hey have at presctij, south Macleod and ISO north and will bt )Ie Io litre all ,thn toains 'Ibc farm- 's have.this fall. Boys' Box Kip Blu- chers, tips sewn and have solid leather soles and heels, 11-1 .Sizes Sizesii-5 Boys' Uox Calf Blu- cbei-3, tipped extra strong solid leathei soles and heels. Unequalled values at and Girls' Box Calf ijr boots, broad Bluch- cii fitting common for school All from ri in .Children's to 2 in Misse-.' to Girls' "Classic" shoe hi extra choice quality' tan Calf, a slioe of par- tlcularh good uearlng siies S to 2 Boys'and Girls' School Hose The maximum amount, of wear !a good all1 cp'm'bin- with 'the, minimum cost, is what every mother seeks when -buying- -children's hose. We consider these points when mak- 'ing our selections and have now a'romarkribly good-line to show you in' oit-her ribbed cotton' or cashmere 'with re-iriforced heels' loes'and Itnecs: sires 4 10 'Prices 20c to 60c pair Smart Styles and Low Prices in Girls9 School Dresses Scotch Chambrajs American Zephyrs ajid .and Eng- lish Prints; (be -most reli- able makes mo (ho muteiials from .which, these .dresses aie made, while -AvorkmaiiBbip, and style latest word from lib me of real cu'e bhles foi foIKt what showing at Prices The Hudson's Bay Stores CHURCH SERVICES ST. ANDRISW'S Cor- ii- and 7th Ave. N., Sunday services; 11 p.m.; Rev. W. -A. Morrison'; ;of Alexandria, ,wiil preach.. 'Sunday school at 3 p.m. At.the evening, service the choir will render the muhem "I will Lift Mine Eyes." CHURCH OP JBSL'S CHRIST OF DAV 0. E. St. S., near V. Jl. C. A. U.-I5 a.m. OJJicet's and Teachers meet- ing; io a. m., Sunday School; 2 p.m Sacrament meeting. Visitors always welcome. Hishop B. S. Young. No. 1 1st'Ave. S. Phone "ST. CYPRIAN'S CM-ll.'HCII. ANGLI- 8th Avenue and lllh Street, Rev. Canon McMillen, rector. Sunday -school and Bible class It p.m. Communion S.JtO a.m. on the first mid third Sundays and at the 11 o'clock service on Uie second and fourth Sun days. Malins 11 a.m. Evensong 7.30 p.m. subject, "A, Big- Man's.ch'qlce. and chal Jenge." Sundaj 'School and Bible Class 3 p.m' Tbe usual "Pleasant Sur day evening" lUll be held' at the close pf the se} vice VI memberfi of the aic .i1 vited to enjoj a spcial houi, itois and strangers especiolU KNOX-'PREEBYl'SRiAN-rAnnlster. Rev. A. (J Cameion Semces at II a.m. and 7 SO p m Prpf Djdo, of Rob ertsoa College, Kdmt5nton wpll preach at the. morning and the evening vice. Sinnlay Srhool and Bible class, at ;t p.iri. CliineKc class' All are heartily 'Welcome ST. PAIiLS PIRpr At Iho lioine of Hev, C. Grant, 1509 Sixlb ayemu> south; Sunday, Aug. 25. Sundny .School 2.30 p.m. Services II a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Teachers' meet- lug. Wednesday S p m ST. A IT, USTiN'S ON ner Second Ave. nnd.tStli -Kt., Rev Holy Baptism 1 p.m.] Coinintiiiion every Simday-S a.m. and the first .Snmlny'of the month at .1. 10. Alurrel-Wrlght. rector. a in aiid be conducted by tha 0 Gioth in the German lan- guage The (Jeiinan speaking 'populaca is cordiallv invtLetl. 0 KRMA Nr 13 V.ANG ELI CA I; -LUTH- will hcvhcld at 710 SL Koith Lethhndge, at 1030 n m and mil be conducted by il'p 0 A Groth m the German language 'Ihe Gciman-spcaking pop- flacp is inviletl PIP, BIB1 E SCHOOL (Di is held Sunday at 1 p n) at sLrpet, south A1 L'brdial1 invitation is exferide'd "to both old aiid to attend t bis''school. V spetuii iiniiilion is pivcii to anv persons, who have been connected wiUi clma'lios of Ciu 1st (Disciples) HU2 UY BISHOP STRACHAN SCHOOL To roti I o, AUK. properly of H! 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