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Lethbridge Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 1, 1913, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Deewnher THE LKTIIBRIDGK DAILY HERALD Page 9 CHURCH THE WOMAN'S AUXILIARY OF 3T. AUGUSTIN'S WILL HOLD A Sale of Useful and Fancy Articles ALSO CHRISTMAS COOKING AND HOME MADE CANDY ON Wednesday, December 10th, 1913 AT 3.JO P. M., IN THE PARISH H ALL. It's Nearly Present Time Make a pattime of your Xmai ihopping by catling on MISS E. W. FilmCr at Bawden Bros. Art Needlework and Embroidery MANITOBA LEGISLATURE :armers Advised to Hold for a Couple of uation Considered "W.o said tho hog market would not said U. Kinley tbis morning. "Choice fat hogs are wortl only 5j in Calgary Ibis morning, l drop ol from two to three cents l pound oier prevailing prices lor th past few--months." There has heea much discussion during the past few days, relative U the probable movement ol the ho market. Burns-staled while i Lelhbridge some time ago, that hog would not get lower than 6( cents ar.d that he could handle..1000 hea Jay at his new plant in Edition CALLED. Winnipeg. Man.. .Deo. At meeting of tbe provincial 'r MAGISTRATE LENIENT TO THE YOUNG MAN FOUND GUILTY; OF FORGING CHECK 't cabinet, held this morning, an. Nobody had pnything to say in fa- vor ol Chas. Arthers, wbo .came up lor sentence this morning, on bis own admission that he. had lorged and tried to pass a certain check. -He had come from' the States, had no Iriends here, anil would r.ot speak in his own behalf. He was guilty and willing to taVe his medicine, al- though it- was the first time he had fallen. He seemed very penitent hut did r.ot try to excuse his action. .Magistrate'Elton was sorry lor the lad, hut could do nothing for liim. He was guilty and the public must he. protected. :lic was liable to a life- ol prisoner's youth, and sentenced him-to six months in the provincial jnil at hard labor. ordor-ln-councll was passed, 'i calling the legislature 'of tho province of.'Mailtoba together 'for the despatch' of business on'Thursday, December 11, at the hour' 6r 3 o'clock In tho afternoon. ton, which opened November 1st. T day he is buying hogs away unde cents, one' buyer stating that h had orders to buy no more hogs a any price until notified. >s Ik? Finley was asked. "As tar as 1 ca make out." he replied, "the. reaso Allies in the lact that grain growe north of Calgary, had sufficiently fi EDITED "INO- UfK'S LKSSOS child came close- to his teacher's side, book tight cllsprd ii hand, We aie coining to words that _l don't uuderitar.d 'Ye turned the over and over, AnB the words are so big and they're all so new, lien we to the. lessons where they ate put teacher, 1 don't know I'll The teacher smiled at tlie troubled 1 face, And tenderly stroked the curly head. 'Before we'reach them, 1 think you will learn, The way to read them, she gently 'But if you shouldn't, I'll Lelp you then, And don't ;ou think tie wisest plan, Is to learn the'lesson that comes 'today Ann learn it the veiy best you can And it seems lo me it is so with us, We loolc at the days that are still ahead, The days that perchance may never j be. purs, With' 'a pitiful longing and nameless A quiet wedding was solemnized at the Victoria Mansions Ihts afternoon by the Rev. A. Cameron, when Miss Jsabel Ferguson, of Noblctord, be- came the bride o( Benjamin Franklin WMiney, n'. Kipn. and Mrs. Wbllney reside on tho jroom'6 ranch near Klpiv CLUBS AND Ths I-adles' Aid of the First Bap- tist church nil meet on Wednesday afternoon. 3 The A. Y. P. A. ol St. Cyprian's Church will hold a mock election to- night. Six members will represent each candidate, and will talk for teu minutes eaci. AH are Invited and a good time is assured. it t Tomorrow' evening the regulai jnonthly meeting of. St. Mary's ves- try will be held in the vestry at 5 o'clock. 4 i grades o! grain to warrant selling, rather than feeding. They sold what would otherwise have been hog feed, term, but- the: magistrate was be lenient-ob account LATHROP-WON and" were cirasciuently compelled to 6dl their stock as well, fotilhey had lec.1. Everything was disposed-of, whether it was prime for market or not. This sent the price down, oth- ers became wary and sold put also, fearing a further drop." Another factor which tends to help along tho drop, is the fact that no lone mun in Ihe south has s'unicient ready for market, to make up But surely Ihe .Teacher who givrs the task Will lovingly watch as vie try to faltering tongue and tear- dimmed eyes, And will help His children in time of 'need. 4 i i -Selected. In the case ol the Magrath Ti company versus O. T. Lathrop, ......__...... in the Supreme Court here on Kriday lots, aud buyers aie compel-, and Saturdav, November 31st and'led to assemble. When in the city 32nd Mr Jusfjce Stuart hacdrd last wceV, Mr. slock down his decision on Saturday alter-'agent of tbe C. P. R.', stated that noon which wasa dismissal ol the. the Gordon, Ironsides and Fares "ase'' Writs were issued in July I racking'plant in Moose Jaw will be last to set aside aa chattel [in operation in'a lew. days', arid is tomorrow: Mrs. Horn, 1307 Fourth avenue, foi the first time this season, and after vyi-rdr. on tho second Wednesday. .Mrs. Robert E. Skelth, 012 Twelfth street South, for the fiist time In; Lelhbridge, Dainty New Evening Dresses A collection of exquisite dresses in a pleasing var- iety of shies and delicate colorings including rich Silk, Cri-pi- ilt- C.lmu-, Brocade, Tninsjiurcnl Mull and Chif- fon, in latest models designed for afte'nioon and even- ing wear. Every dress is licuutifully the smartness that can possibly be crowded into a dress. Some have pleated tunics, others have tunics tucked across the front, giving the popular effect. Some are daintily trimmed with Shadow and Clianlilly Lace; the sleeves in dropped and Bedonian shoulder effects. Pale blue, pink, tan, and cadet, are the. leading shades. (0 S2o.OO JSrocaded Velvet Dresses in navy and helio shades, These arc now nn display in our Ready-lo-Wear Department. Our stock now at its hesl; your early at- tendance is requested to sec tlie new .styles. w III ihe (ices I in the west, 'oar pone. This will open a good market (or South- ern Alberta' farmers. Prices in 'Winni- peg ami Montreal are strong. Moose Jaw prices will be good for some time. Mr. that fa Mr. Finley is ol.. rmers should bold 'whit ho'gs; Vancouver, Dec. Justice Hunter haa given a written .decision In tbe aclions to restrain Uie entry of certain Hindus to Canada which vir- tually opens wide doors of Can-, ncla to Hindu Immigration. He'de- all Federal regulations and or- der's-ln-couhcll to be Invalid says Ihero is no restraint against Hindus other than those which apply against any other British subject, such aa Idiocy, disease, crime, etc. The decision has created a sensa- tion and a inllux of Hindus Is looked for Hf a resuiL mortgage" given by Clarke 1 Wyman, to 0. T; Lathrop, to secUre the pur- chase price o( a half interest in the property known aslneyWyman-Elliott. ranch. The statement o! clata set out that, the- mortgage was given without-consideration, and with in- ._........ tent to defraud and delay -Wyman's j they have lor two'weeks least. creditors. -Tee judge 'helcMhat plaintiffs .must p of both parties, wuitii iunj .u do. He also held thzt..ilwra was evidence to show was a. consideration lor the mortgage, and so the action was dismissed.. judge'held that the During, this liiye, be'.-j advisei that jrove Iraud on behalf1, feeding hi forced, 'so that tlie stock which they failed to will be in .'matkelirig condition. Mr. end- Mrs. -T. C. Rldpath left this' morning for. Calgary- to attend tho Shrine'ra' ceremonial. Miss McKay commenced her dut- ies tA. the Centra! school this morn- Ing, having accepted tbe position re c'enlly vacated byillss Jackson. Mrs. C. T. Ilavis entertained on Monday her home on Garden, avenue In honor of .Mra. Arm ot Lelnbridgs. Cranbiooi "There will. then be several carloads of finished hogs in the country, Tin trill lasted a diy and a half, W. S. Ball appearing, for the .de- fendant, Mr; Lathrop, and Palmer McLelland for the Don Malp is New Mayor ;of Taber Tenders wore received -at- the 4e- nalment of'-railways .and and canals (or section o: tha new 1 Ehfn' canal. -This is the section ex- tending .from Allenburgh Robinson. to Port For Rent Sis roomed, all modern home, with eaa cook stove in kitchen and hot.v.ater heater .in bath room. Apply S24 7th 3t. South. nent reasonable. Will lease if desired... (Continued From Front School to bo M'alcolm B. F. Souch, Dr. C E. Smythe, James Wilson; Wm. Wll Herald.- said he, "they, tyi Chipped east to Moose Jaw, Winnipeg, or jfoat- real, and western prices will There need ibe no bl tie market in the west: As 'soon; as western- packers set that are going east, they will pay thV eastern price." No Surprises Are Brought Forth (Continued From Front -PaRftJ Llaiuaon, TABER For Sale IT CHICKENS, including seven Hrahmas, some Im- ported. Will sell bur.ch fcr. APPLY 7th ST. SOUTH Don 'Malo is the new mayor of Taber, being elected by acclamation. The contest for. councillors Is en- livened by the presence of a socialist ticket in Ibe flelii. ThAw councillors arc to be elected for two years and one for one year to fllKan uncxplred term. Those nominated 'were. D. W. Coulter, George Wright, Gordon Dick- son, R. A. Van Ormaii, Alex Primrose, H. Legendre, Ma McRoble, Alex. and Thos Bateman, the lat- ler three being the Socialist ticket The school truttees were elected by acclamation, Dr. Hamman and A. T. Munro. ISLAND There a iplrlled conleal for miyor hert, retirjng Mayor A. Dul- mate bejng ovposod by E. W. Luck- FOR. SEPARATE SCHOOL Gibbont, Richard Vincent T. D. Kevin W. J. Finn W. J. Finn T. p. Kevin (Elected by acclamation) FOR PUBLIC SCHOOL Wallace, Richard Pollock Mrs. J. H. Cheney, 1221 Fifth av aonth, is osenlng her home on Friday aJteraoon frOBi two fq six, tha ladlM. of the.cili' may tee be exhibit o[ hand-nalnted china. ''Mrs. R. J. Binning entertained afternoon, the guest ionor being Mrs. ArrMlrong, who I Tliitlng In the city from LethbrldKO Cranbrobk Herald'. Dr. R. II. and Mrs. Arthur of T> ronlo, foTTOerly ot Sudbury, Ont, a nounce the engagement of the daughter, Margaret Elizabeth, to Job Halllday M.D.', C.M., of Med cine Hat. The marriage will tak ptece In Toronto on December IflS The Brotherhood of SI. Andrew 6l. Cyprian's Church (bolh Junior and senior) will raeet at Uns usual hours tomorrow evening. Two papers-on -''Korea" will be read at the Westminster Guild of Cnos oimcli this evening, when a full illendance is' requested. The mid-v.-'e'ck service of St. An drew's church 'will P'e held oa Thurs day eveninx of UiisVeek. Westminster badiee' Aid will hold their bazaar tomorrow afternoon and evening, when home 'cooking, etc., will he on sale. A tlshing pond will lie a feature, and tea and cake will be served. An especially large attendance is desired at Wesley Ladles' Aid on ednesday afternoon, as besides the usiness to be transacted, the sewinjt r the bazaar must'he completed. The CBrittlan .Endeavor ot St. An- rew's'church will hold a missionary nd social .evening tomorrow, night, rhen a large attendance Is desired. Owing to the increased number at ending tbe sewing claseet In connec Ion with the Nursing .Mission, class- 3 -will hereafter be held in the Man ual tralniig school on .Tuesday even ngs, and in the kindergarten ot Vi est minster "school on Thursday evenings are absolutely tree. T- f. On Wednesday evening the Sunday Khool teachers of St. Mary's Oburch will give-a colfee, supper In par- ish hall at MVMi-thlrty in aid of the Sunday school funds. A large attend. acoe is desired. t Tbe Flossie Fishers met at the home of Mrs. Ashcrdrt on Saturoay Hudson's Bay Co. mitt befitting to ye performance. All ye people must keep ye exact time. U. S. PLAYING A WAITING GAME WASHINGTON DESPATCH SAYS TOUR IN 30UTK AMERICA IS TO SERVE POLITI.. CAU ENDS Ciity, Dec. President Huerla, whoEC disappear ance, from the federal capital gave rise to many rumors today, relurrfjd this nfter'noon. He hail been visiting at a farm In Ibe vicinity. Mexico City. Dec. City of Torreon, which has long in the hands of tbe rebels, Is about to be retaken by federals under General Jose Uetuglo Vclasco. now within a few miles 61 the place, according to despatches itcelvcd .'ay the war department The military authorities say the re- occupalion of Torreon "wljl be a great blow to the revolutionists, as the cily is Ihe key to operations In four Btates. This Is. on the border of the state of Coahuila. General Velasco has been to move at once upon the city of Dnr- anso after taking posioeslon of Tor- reon. Wilton l> Waiting Washlgnton, D.C., Dec. Washington, Nov. political motives underlying Col.. Roosevelt's Irip to South America are becoming known as the result ot intimations jiven by friends with reference to conversations- with him before he went away. Roosevelt's plan, accord- ing to those, who say .they talked with him bciore he started on his Soul'i America tour, is lo time Ms return to coincide with the. congres- sional elections nei't year. South Am- erica will be held up as tbe promised land- ot commercial development !or the United States. In speeches and in writings, Roose- velt will point out ihat under his administration in the White House, we toot the J-anama. Canal Zo.ie and built a big ditch, and that another aggressive administration is needed to reap commercial rewards in South America.' ciome or afternoon twenty-four being present. acn.l observed to callers today The afternoon was apeiil In music, that the Mexican factions seemed lo reading and sewing, and outdoor De running In a very Interest- games were enjoyed for a short time. lnj w.y at present and tbat no de- A delicious lunch was served and all velopments wcib contemplated w far _. I __ TTntinri KtaleB wnn" Concerned. went home happy. as the Unlt NOT JEWELS OF DUKE OF CONNAUGHT London, Dec. Is no truth In the reported theft of the Duke ol Connaught'B jewels. The stolen pro- perly belongs to a private gentleman. The first report said that the Duke's Jewelled order at tho Garter was am. ong the valuable articles' mlwtoi. hardt. Councillors: W. V. Cotton, J. W. 3. Ball J. Q. .Robertson Held, Hafald Beattle, John Bratton. r. W. Iltirlhut, Ed. Willmot. be elected. Four to School Hurlbut, R. H. Robertson, Clyde Bell, B. D. Smith and Geo. Bruce. HIGH-GRADE CATTtE Thursday, December, 4th AT THE tlTHBRIbOE STOCK ONE MILE EAST OF LETHIRIDOE two and three-year-old heifers, (Shorthorns) 25 two and steers, TEHM8-CA8H i. A. SMITH, AUCTIONEER Higlnbotham, John D, F. W. Downer M. S. McArthur (Elccteil by acclamation) At the cloio of matter of counting votes oh.Tueaday, the day following election day; discussed. Returning Officer Robin- son said ho Uipuiht It would be bet- tor to count the final on that date, It would be late on jjlectjon night when the first were counted. It was pointed but, howev- er, that the charter dlttlnctly provides that tho final count be madi imme- diately flller the depTit'y returning of. ticers have returned tha ballots to Ihe returiilng officer, and that, there- fore, any deviation from In- utriictlor.B tn'l'tht resiill In Ihe election hclng thrown out.: City ClwX Holln- jcn will therefore gather aboul him a stiff of men acquainted with InS bal- lot who will -work all night following the election, In order that the results may be deflarerl officially by noon, December 9. NO MUTINY ON VOLTUBHO HOW TO GET RID OF_DYSPEPSIA Don't Bily on Meililne; Don't 90 Freak Diet; Common Sew and 1 in Antacid U.iially all tre Nwdtll PHYSICIAN GIVES OOOO ADVICE you have IndlBMtlon tour ftomach, belching, distress after eating, heart burn or any olhe.r.ilp- macb trouble .due .to hyp'jracldlly (the usual cause o( Jtomach.troubles, you should take no medicine to ac upon the stomach That li Itlvely not the' way to oire trouble. Again, you ibpsild not hal stane yourself by going without the nutritious (odd thai you.need to re build watte tissues. Borne foods ar not Rood for reop'.e even when In per lect rich, mreet, hlrbl Masoned dishet.. Avoid theif, bu eat fairly incels of plai foods. Eat slowly.. Even l( yo drink nothing but wale'f, yoi( not drink with meali. Drink befc-r and eating, no.sst taV-.pe rtn or other dlsestanU. .1 yoii follow the -forwolni? 'slmple'ln etructlons It probable that you wl not need any Medldhe at all except you want to It medldAe. a lilt ahtscld after rAsals. The acid Is ordinary-.klsuTated magnetl which can he purcbatta al-any dru store. This Is not to act upon th stomach but on the conlenls of U stomach. The nnlacM, as. you j I His visitors believed he had In mind Wednesday night in SL Andrew's Uie Increasing number p! constltu- churth the choir of Knoi church will dmalist victories. lepeat'the old-fiahioned tinging meet- The policy of the American govern- r'recently put on by them In Knox hnenl continues lo be one of waiting urch Judging by the programme a the financial blockade weakens ittennance should be present, the resources of the Huerta regiA, erB ls: land Its constltutlonallsls prese for- II) Ye fiddler and ye harplschord- wari their vigorous campaign. will play. Juarez, Mciico, Dec. (2) A calch "Chairs lo by I Francisco Villa's advance army of Sim-1 3.600 rebels which Is moving to. at- tacl! Chihuahua City, 225 miles south London, Nov. chief In yesterday's seasion of the.VoltuTno enquiry was the evidence of Chas. B. Tfnsloy, of Rollerdom, manager'of the Uranium, that there no foun- dalloa whilever for of foul play the ciuio o( fjre. He laidUwainoltruo1 that Ihe crow were dlsconlMiled and mutinous. There were two previous fires, aboard the Vollurno. one at sea on September IS, 1911. and the other lust Fobrimry, both accidental, learn by consulting .your dictlona or encyclopedia. Is merely to neutra lie or counlcract-the excess add the stomach can dlgeit the food no nially. Take a teaspoonful of blsural ed magnesia In. a llllle coin .or ,b V water after each meal. Tou should get irohwllKle relief, even If your cnsa Is severe. Careful, moderate, eating and the use. of Wmirated mag- and roe menne .of ye low grunts on Thalmcr, Eramus Clawaon athan llolllngsworth. O) -ye big flulre will syng "Dick ry Dock." They practised a its piece. A playful piece by Betilab leflngcrs. (6) Tour-pail song "Pro Pbundo by rbllander Breeze and ea- frlerds Ruth Stirabout, M el Cooper and Uriah Petllbone. (6) A moat touching story, "A Bird of Juarez, today reached a point 63 miles from the border. They were lot on to dttraln thera because of tie destruction of the railroad. Prepsr- 'ftero ma'de at once to march over land to the state capital. Another train carrying rebels made ready tero for the pour-' south. Suffocation due (o the presence of n'tho'Vand" acted by ye in windpipe, atter Indul- Ceturah Sweeney, Belinda Blehold gence nouor, was'the cause of the nd Clawson. (7) MBbllablt Cooper death of Win. Zuffet, found by will now I rojd near Cenlreton, ui her long. (8) Ye olde madrigal "Cherry Ripe' by all ye singers. (9) Yc find old tune "Wai I by Deancon PIllBbury, who is now In his nlnetlelh year. Wo tear he a wild youth. (10) Ruth Stirabout "III song all by" herself. here tour maydens of ye low pltoli will sing "Mr Dame has a Tame. Crane." Ye damsels are Miranda Pease, Holdy Kelchum, Del Inda, Selbold Ablgalo Storm. (12) Philander wl11 BynK ..jng, but he won't tell us what It Is. (13) A tender duet feelingly sung by Ruth Stirabout and'Orloff Van Hourtlandt. (U) NOT we will have ye madrigal Local Druggist Makes Many J. D. Higinbotbim t Co., Ltd., reports they are making many friends through tbe QUICK ben- efit -which Letbbridge pwple re-. cetve from the simple mixture of buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., known as Adler-I-ltn. This rem- edy became famous by curing appendicitis aud It Is most thorough towel cleanser known, acting on BOTH the lower