Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
Slippers for either Evening or Bedroom wear make an appreciable Christmas Gift. We have a large assortment in Wool Lined, Fancy Leather, Mocassin Style, Operas, Pull- mans, Fausts and Nullifiers ranging from to and women's Felt Romeos Fur Trimmed, Jaeger Wool, Boudoirs, all colors, Wool Lined Mocassins, and for the Children as well. These are noisless when the Children play and you will appreciate them from 75c io In Evening Slippers we have Beaded and and Plain from to in Patents, Dull Kids, Suede, Kid Pat Pumps and Oxfords We dm Fit the Family From Baby Up HAVE MINING CONGRESS IN m Big Gathering to be Held at Spokane February Next KEMMIS PUTS ON THE TORY COLOR 78, Spokane, Wash.. ensrineers orators in ramps .Northwest, includiinr. tin IHv. rcl'rrsenlative. op- iglloill Ihf ciihiiKc provinces of wt-Ker. TRIES TO TAKE ALL CREDIT AWAY FROM OR. WAR- 'NOCK, M. P. I'inchor Creole, iluu. re- >ort or A. C. Kominls, town solicitor, with respert to his work lit Ottawa In otiiieetlon with tile rnlhvny Interests of I'lnchcr Creek during the recent sittings of the railway committee, wag read at it regular meeting of the council and stioseiillently pub- lished in the Kcho. A perusal of the report or stnlc ment in tiueKtlon Is not calculated t or extol the opinion of It ICrase from each pnragrapl las-a anil VIIKI-H u-rrifories, will didn't do and the lenorl might In m Spokane, r-Vlirunry 15 lo 17, j more readable and less bombastic. Janice un iiileiiinlional mining r''ho entire document resembles th The Spukaiif Miami; iMcn's club; the .Spokane Chamber of Com- I nificf anil the Inland Knipirn Fetlcr- ;ation of Commercial clubs- will bt1 ,Soine ni1 the delegations from u sessions .ire to take place m Iho stay Ottawa, and we hope he state armory, where there also will exhibits of ores and machinery. The commit.) ce in charge i.s compos- 'vork of a -warped poiltldnn doing his, to boost "I and .Mr. llerron' lo tl10 of -iho sitting mem ot riclinK' Wiirnock whose ver Air. Kotnmis initv ed of I.. K. ,J. T. Omo, W. W. Gifford, .1. c. Haas and .1. W. I Turner of the local minim; club. I "Arrangements are being made to jentertain at least uiinin-r men of the western said L. 1C. there will be speakers from various Farts of Ihe United States and Can- ada, east of the Rocky Mountains. 'I'll; chief purpose of the meeting, is lo organize a congress which, will of the most hcnofit to the''entire northwest the min'ng industry as a whole. "We have assured -that the chamber of commerce and 'the feder- al ion-of commercial clubs'of the In- ed that R is a breach o( eti- ciuotte. say-nt; least, of it. not mentioning the bad taste displayed. to practically ignore mention of the man who wns sent down -to Ottawa our representative with so hand some a majority, except in a sincle allusion. Pincller Creek- bc "J ALL THIS WEEK UUMM ING TODAY WITH A GIGANTIC ATTRACTION THE SNARE OF SOCIETY ama Hint revolves around -i imaii A ihrobblllK domestic tlra tlful diamond ring. NO. 2 SPECIAL TWO FOOLS ami TIIEIU FOLLIES IllLrodnciiiK .Ihe llttreni Sltirt. whatever source the assertion may eome. that our federal representa- tive stood idly by without llsins his inllnence and position -to safeguard the interest; of his home -town.. Yet reading between the lines that is what we are supposed to imagine he no; do. -Vo-i content with omitting, by in- tent, the name of our representative in connection with the railway com- :nHtee meetings, the fresh'and fluent The New Morris TO-NIGHT I JUC! ROMANY TRAGEDY. By the Biopraph. PETE'S LOVE AFFAIR. A Lively Comedy (Essanay) THE CLIFF A Hair Raising Drama (Pathe) EXCELLENT 4-PIECE ORCHESTRA DOORS OPEN 7. Prospectors offered to represent our toivn when bc entertained by. tho. first thl, matter comes up, if it comes t cirrniZflfirn its lunr-hccn, during n session of the house, ill A Christmas Gift Your Boy Will Appreciate Now is the time parents are thinking about Christmas pre- _ nnd iho question in their mines what shall'] give the boy? Lei us help yon solve the dlfflcul ty. Hou- about a iiresetit of a Mein- bership TivK'et for -the Young Men's Christian Association He would you would have the satisfaction of know- ins ihat your money was being wisely expended. The rates for the departments are as follows Seniors, ,17 and over) yearly air yearly jmormediaies (14 ,o 17) yearly .half Us: to J5.00, half yearly 53.00. lu ,0 1_ i HuLitrday mornings. only learned of.''.he'slid event on ..Friday evenins. My pa-reins join with j Mne in rh" rrxuressiori of our .sincere jisympathy wrih his father and mother. I If it is possible would you kind j enonph to forward me a ipaper con- taming an account or the funeral and also a copy of the photo of the Boy 'iaken on Coronation Day. I onr> but sent it to Scorl-.md, for which r shall remit the price. By way, .Mr. Kaake, the.uniform 'l bought in Lothbrldgc is now far too small for me. 1 have only worn it i i about throe times in Calsary it is in good condition; i-.- js size 1-1 If you can find a uoy u will fit I i 'would be pleased to accept 81.50 for j It. as I shall h-.lve to purchase an- other. 1 shall he pleased to hear t'ue lion plans will in -dnia'il.. The success of mttoii to Hie .....v uriaji. j some o; the (orenrst oi-eraiors. in the st i" !hc last tv.o wc.-'s and'ail aro in o, form ;I to take HI aet'JcI minriiT ,m.n ol, sMps oi the line arid it is with tluH end It is just reasonable to think that .Mr. lionnc-.'t. who values his time at. so imifli -a minute, would not make ary such offer utilres ho had been re-iiifsre'i to po. Did onr town solii-ito- take it noon his own should- ers to invi'e Bennett's .representation c: Plnrter CreeVs interests in spite representative of its own at Ottawa? The miserable partyism exhibited in Pfiotoppiis Photos Taken DAY or NIGHT by Electric Light Per Doz. EMPIRE STUDIO Next door to Morris Theatre, Round Street uon-' we arc planning the conven- Mr Kemniis' report fades BOY SCOUTS AT CHURCH Le.hbridfje Contingent Attended Cyprian'c Church Yesterday The Hoy Scouts of I.c'ihbiidruv the number of abont thirty, miu'dic to St Cyprian's 'Parish Church ye In others, and to s0 conduot.ihem- selves Hint whon the Afastcr snw fit nt'l them home they would "Be prepared." The emcrtainmem-. to bc given by the- Sunday School scholars of St.'f C'yprinn.'s Parish Church on Tuesday AS A VAG Harold Armstrong Who Sent Prison- erE to Lethbridge Goes There Himself Hat' aoVI to where Ihe member lnr .Ma-rlpnil ridimr is concerned. Xo wonder th? jp beins flc- cepted by the people with scant fa- vor. Ian preached a sermon j.vranuno will intrude action rirahiitn atnl Iviifl chorus .diarstd v.ilh ;P mnfiler in Millio-airr Siokcs, were aciiiiitinl by Ihe iurv. CIIRrSTMAS YEAK Holidays FAKE OXE-THIIJD i FOR THE KOUXD-TRIP Behn-'cn All ,Slaii.ous. Port Arthur to Vancouver i'uitl .BraiK.-hos Going Dates Dec. 2.1. 1911, to .Ian 1 Fjnal Return .Ian. 1912. For-further particulars, apply to the nearest Agent, or to R. G. McNEILLIE, Passenger Agent. SO''1'1" Calgary, Alta. 90Y SCOUT REGRETS i ARTHUR DAVIS' DEATH llasler Kaake received the i he i 'ntsrest all the Koy Scouts and Te- I publication. It is from a form- er Letiibridge boy j Mr. Kaalio: I Hear is with deep reeret l 'tat I learn from the Calgary Herald of the and untimely death of my 1-rin.nd and comrade. Arthur Davis. I believe poor Arthur was ihe Jlrst I made in Lethbrldge and as hoys together we had many a Pleasant hour. I the Seoul's will miss him. He was very enihns- lastic in'the movement. It wan he (Conductccl by FIDEUIO) Calsa WARNS AGAINST DAY! STRONG LETTER FROM BISHOPS READ IN ANGLICAN CHURCHES In every Anglican church in the man of 22. and worked time as mgv clerk at the Cosmopolitan I Hotel. Irit was discharged for drunk. Dnrin? the past three weeks lie I b-ei o-i the mooch in the city i and a nuninor of complaliris were mad aeoins- him for l'i hit- stitemen-; from the dock the irri-OTier brought out tltRt he had .heard some men talking in a local bir about holding up ihe'mnii on Croiv train, and darkly binled the nsmp of the person who matin t.lie s'ug ler the to the" clergy by the magistrate. a.tl laity was read which tlealt with_________ the moral ami social reform problems of the dny. The great lesson "Lrj BERLIN RESIDENT DEAD Berlin. Dec. Rhrla Almane, EXCUIJSIONS TO "UNITED STATES ANNUAL EASTERN' CANADA LOW ROUND-TRIP RATES to Ontario, Quebec nnd laincd in ,tiio letter was thr c.vhorta- oMhls town died .Vester- lion In combat, the evils beset tin- Hit? S6tl1 He came to by teaching than by nriliine Provinces Pickets on sale Dec. 1 (o commllnit !truths rather against them by worldly and polili-. H'.il methods. -The letter gratefully ac- S j hiowle.dged Ihe work of the Lord's' Hay Alliance in promoting one of j Ihe [unilamenlill principles of the church. Gambling and intemperance! were deplored, am! the work of the. j church is lo leach the harm these them. The social evil is one of the most insidious iocs of ihc community. Cdnadn from Germany in IS25 and had conlMding b Ife is survived by three children. WASUONFIRMEDDTSPEPTIG '1'1'" nilr maintain an Limit 3 Months Duluth, Minn. St. Paul, Minn. Minneapolis, Minn Milwaukee. WIs. Chicago, HI. St. Louis, Mo. Sioux City, Iowa. Omaha, Neb. DCS Molnes, la. Tickets Issued in connection with Atlantic StcamsMns will bn on I from Nov. loth to Dee. flint, inclusive, to five months from date of issue. Finest equipment, Standard First- of unflinching antagonism to class anil suction (rf sod- Here is it case wiiich seemed as .bad id as hopeless as cmi possibly br. -hisntheeipcriEiiccol Mr. II. J. Brown, St., Toronto, In his own words: have mnch pleasure in rl mentioning to yon the benefits receiver from your Dyspepsia Tablet.' and can cheerfully recommend them. T i simply had confirmed dyspepsifi wilh all j its wrctcliril symptoms, and tried about r.T on the Xe Tcmere de-' a" l'IC advertised cures with no success urn-lit apam I it by find. It is now such a pleasure synod, and their work meals will- n marriage 'aw for "1'1 n( "Olil'n'on which will of consequent nouri-h- I mention this for the Full information from nearest C. Ity. Agent, or R. G. MciNEILLIE, 1-imlte.d." Apply io noarast C. p. R. agent for full infon.-ialinn, -or Dlstilct Passenger i-y, Alberta m-15 R. G. McNEILLIE District Passsnger .rcl con- Ifitdotsn't l...ln. ____ J l con- Ifitdotsn't IE, i trail mane before 'n competent oflic- (ictyuur money back, yc ;alg-iry, Alia. cr wi'h nintu-'l cons'-ni Ci n-inn n 'Irng.yist's. Conipoundcti Agt., I ninlcd arc I Y V10 Cllemicul Co. Christmas Specials at Starland Christniii., specials will be the or- der at Sfnrland all this week com- inoncin" iodny with a big 'The Sn-.iro Or a throbbing domestic drama tint revuhes uronnd c hehntifni diamond ring. It's inst a bnitor than and Till make talk that will last lonir a'-.'er ;tho film ha? gone on to delk'ht nil- i riinnc.ir in other cities. You like j icom-dy. of course, and there's one -of the Siarland brand that will m.-i'ro i-vou laugh even- time yon remember 'it. It is call-d "Two ,.'ool- untl their Fo-ies" His wife went n the and ho got drunk with his friends. When she returned In a harem ufcirt there were big doinss. Harem skirts and whiskey boltlos niled the air 'for a time until both i were exhausted anil saw thnv folly, f Vou'll not he so-ry yon snw this gem it is a gem. Then there's a I drama called "Her New Dress." Yon forget that this is a photoplay as you follow the simple story, but it grins. Yon ji-nnt to bo .around see this program at Starland; it's great. At the New Morris Three hli- houses witnessed one of tho best showp at this popular fam- ily theatre Satin-day night that has ever been seen In -ihe city. MnnaKcr Morris received many compliments on his theatre, also on the pic- tures, which they slated were both clear and steady anil did not hurt the eyes. Ml. Etna in Kruptlon wtu Jorhaps the most Interesting, while two comedies kept tho house in an lP'-o-ir of lanahlor. Toniuhl eluding. Pnthe's thrilling 'Over the ".Mustttns Affair." and "A Donianv TraK- I dv." with a or- he.Ura. Tim prices will be I0c. nnd which Is 111 rcncn of everyone. suitable to the boys. The rector took his text from Lultc ye therefore He elaborated on the Scout law "lie pre- ant! emphasized tho good work the- 'Boy Scout movement was 'f-ln; in naming boys to he moral -i2d manly men. The preacher im- resssd on the boys thru they must n-lwaya prepared to Buard their against evil, and to correct evil the primtiry class, and two plays by the older pupils, entitled "The Great. 3-le'1 "The L'nexpecferl Guests." '''lie children have been busy rehears- ing, under the guidance of Itev. Can- On McMillan, ami Ihe performances should be interesting. A charae of cenu will ho made to adults. Tho children will have their annual tea nd are expecting Santa Clans to visit 'icm before ihe concert commences. Am Willing To Prove I Can Cure You To That End I Am Giving Away Worth of Medicine _ In order to show boyond-all dotlb tnat am in possession of a medicine that H-tll cure kidney trouble, lil.idnni troii.ilt or rheumatism. 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