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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Parts THE tfiTlIBHIIfflE' UAIMT HERALD Ow iiS, 19.11 MORDEN BENNETT'S Weekly News Until after the stocktaking we will offer seasonable goods each week at special prices. It will pay you to take advantage of these specials. The following are our specials for one week MEN'S bnclilo. Per naif buckle. Per pair MEN'S buckle. 4 Per pair lnjl" ;n of ji proftiMiy. Cam ilk! was not- a io t-wo of sisicrs and our- of his brothers. Alphonsine, liis next yoimger SIK- tor, who married Vftnaep I.atidry at. Kmhrun in 1SG2, sixteen cliihl- another laniilics, I Iti'it-by taKe oi my manuscripts the genealogy of Ciinailiaii lamily which loil- St. J to settli? on shorn of ilie rivei J j hill-. i tu V.I1MU1UH. iiuti Cnstor, Hmbrun. Ontario. Hrierc I-id "In the lapse of lotal eighteen from (o 1311. the progeny of! llormisilas tnuitei'iith the family CiftauK-L-.iml.-y lias reach- elliui of''tlu, (Ml HIP number of four hundrwl alul Bran 11 at Cole-man Wis fifty-rwo children, Miihlrun, sevpnu.pll and daugil. sreat gt'iiiiiichihlrcn and great great grairifcMIdreii. J Thc Third Generation nram-hers of thai lllt! Unn! u-nili.v family hava spread in Lmbruii. l-ry- ui Ulis slwfe ivas Islcr, St. Albert and Casselmnn ,fss member nf tin's generation has bad yet as many "AH these Canadians, old and UK eiditern ehihlre-n, but Hiere are j young, ;is well as those of all other iiopes. One, has hud fifteen, one If Ciinntlinn famtlies, strungly speak; i-hirtcwi, one twelve, two eleven, and injudicious thought, .ofjso far four others have had ten. .11 ja-bolishtng in our schools, ami js (o Hmr all of tliis L nobly show the. necessity of uonbcrv-1 thii-d spiu-r.itiui am si ill in vigorous j ing ntitive totigi't1- jlii'e, anil thai any oC (he inrrgoine VAHD ENGINE RAN INTO WINNI- PEG WAS KIILED UOKlitA. Dec, Hudson, Uu XVHB jirobably fatally Injur- (si innl tin outfit and noveral busj-taite coaches were' thrown otf the tmel: In the collision of a h'atn and yard enjiliie directly in front of the local station of ihu C. P. H. ft'bout lit. o'clock tiiia inorninji. Ilmlsoii's log v.'iia crushed and be badly Ideri. Tlie Winnipeg local was running nbont an hour time unit WHS pulling' into the etiitiou yard englno attemptocl to run on the main Hue. Both trnina met at, ihu- Um. cylinder liMti I off one and tho cubin ami side' of thu other loni iilmost completely! xway. Tho ono was thrown' Ihroc "or four foal., clour from the iTiick ni'.d the -luiggnpe coaches lop-, iilod over on (o the station plattorniJ Hudson, ihii i.ijurec! num. who had fnarge of tho yurd oiiglnc. foil to the ground when'the ra'bin of bin engine vas torn away and lay for several ecoiidH (lirucily uiuler a stream of Lot stcnin and wntor, Apparently thy ongineera wero. unable to owing to the steam'rUing( from tho online. Klronian K. Macintosh of the ger crow, paid the steam was ao dense it was impossible to aeo .the, yard engine. .The wreckage was clctu-j ed ftway wtihln' two hours. GRAIN MARKETS THE STANDARD ARTICLE SOLD EVERYWHERE E.W.GILLETT COMPANY LIM ITED TORONTO.ONT. Dec. were as follows: Open 93 Ts Winnipeg, prices today December May, old May, new Gala- December May..... Flax- December lit! 'i May........i Winnipeg Cash No. I Northoiii No. 2 Northern N'o. u Northern Xo. Xortnom No. Northern No. fl N'ortliern wheat feetl Decemoer Close May 113% July Decomber May July Minntipolie Chleige MVJ 104 190V, 95 Vi' 99 V4 94 CARSHOP OFFICIALS CHANGED Winnipeg, Dec. Aj Payne, who is at, present supcrinttod- ent or' the Calgary C. P.' H. been trunsl'eiTed to tie local shops taking W. B. Woodhouse's posi- tion. The present auperintoodwu, W. K. Woodhoiise, it, to be promoted shortly to a jwsttion as yet unuouno- ed. '1'hcrciare let me say In yn" in'oplu, wi- valiiltRl; may have iiirther chiidmi! stance, lloldiic. 'wish io Irani ,your hut. we j marrieil fiMlrtoN, and Ilirst of all leacn unr own iiad flftupji tlii) highest oril so lar in tin: Hiird child as rcmntly ami seiilre ii? -periirtuily. I i Expvrifnt'i: ut other .'people shows (that a vato [peonies great, loyal, -re- ligioiu and iaithfiit to' its traditions having a progeny oi icn according as ils descendants prcsKv while ot those recorded fiihrtir niollif-r rongnr. had children within, con pit1 of years. To support this argumcnl I litre-j Banner give the genealogy, (if ,.Joni .g (mosl, iriiiu'til stein on H.c ".f. U. KORG-KT, pariah priest. 1 far. "Km-hn'm, Kusyciil 'Countv." j Giliutili -and Uoisattc An'Extraordinary Record j 1837. Accompaoytiig the letter ircrc j children oi I hi- fore- number of sheets oi the work OI- wilmn ucrfninc was Gilmult :md Hacinc, mitrrieii ISlia, ten cbildreu. Sfciomi marriage of .Pennine'to Alex- Rosalie Forest in JS27 at L'AcliIgati, talldlx, isS3, eight rhihlrcn. QuubBC. i Total, eighteen children. Tliis cxiraofdiiuviy record ..the -I Icrmina Racine, --it-vcnih Journal summarises ;ts follows from of Uorminc Gihault, married Kaibar _Korgcl's proof sheets, which j jg., ,0 Hrierc, h-'is had nine o.ll dates ami ilctails all born at Crysler, ;iinl is Ciihault, born at-. Si. in'iirinjr. Kltleat child. Lwmiiias, Jacques L'Achigp-n in 1802, married at. L'At-hignn in 182? tn Rosalie a..p the esi- (horn TJ'Asnigan first seventeen chilclfrn, the .scctrnd t-hildiEn came of and third nine and not which FiHlvpr Forget, is pursutng. JTJiesu sheets give 'the. .complete, rcc- jor't.oi" '152 pel-sons 'descended from 'the nrarriagrt o'" -Jacques Gihanll nnil troii) ihest seventeen eanrs ISEi grnnil eliiidrwi of the orig- inal pair. Many of these arc lining, and some yet hcnring children. iron) this second rralion not yet hove Ottawa Families One family is .almost u pyrely Ut- taw'a one. Rosalie, (lie eldest child of the original of tin: first- of Antnino fjcoimrd dil (lupnard, who come so far 281 great grandchildren Ottawa_ arislm.1-pair, nearly all oi Gwlmnl lhrM whom arc l.v.ns and having (ainilics. Ucre .so far iliirtcpn diildrpii nf the lusl. gencrauoii, Rtcnt gre-at grandchildrfii tlir original pfiir. The'ddcsr- of these is five 'years old, In County I t-st, nor Joseph, the youngest, seem (to have had offspring, but. Antoinc, jthc .second child, married ui Ottawa 1.889 Anne jMoi', by whoni; he has had.scvpn children, all horn heiv. of the chihiren nt the original'Mr. Ouenard lives al'330 OnllioUbiu pair married and settlt'il ilowji ,in Another Oftawa fninily is Lhat of McGill University in Music Local Kxarninations in music for all grades will held pu April nib, Local PJxaiiiinations In Practical will bo held about a month lalor. Application forms, filled in and'ac- companlcd by must reach the Central Office In >fontreal, on or be- Tore Aprlllst, 1012. Forma and free copies of the Official con- taining full inforrantlon are obtainable from the Local Mr. f W. Lethbridge, or from the Gencnl Secretary, No. 323 Sberbrooke Street MoutrwI. lofonnntlon about the Van- Inatloni for Diploma of Licentiate and Degree of Bac. can bo obtained from the Central gcoroUrs', Mimtrotl. The Examinlni Board, OR appllo- tlon being made, will be glad to con- idler any lo the present list cf Local Centrea. fii'li son n( -Mii- Ciilirtltlt ami Laiidry. Nnpolcon Gibaull. ninrrind Marie lion- ise hy whom lie lias h.iil live filililrcn. A third Ottawa family is Dial of Joseph yenanft: Morinisdns tlnciiic, horn at Crysler 1877, marrieti Cordelia .I'oirier in OM.'lwu in 1IKMI, anil liis sir children. A Uborloui Work .Such is a record of Kicnch- family. Rev. Father get.. who is engaged in tho work of Coiupflint; thusc regiaters, is not lim- iting it to this one family. The work includes tracing out, the pedi- grees and ramifications of a number of Embruu umifirs. That it- luinl lie.a verr laborious work as well as an Interesting one lie readily im- agined, Us coniplfsf ion will bo 4 tribute to Father (Irvolion Ian' Mwlry. Hear --iieae gems from January's list of VICTOR Kecords, ami you'll come away wicli a better appreciation of music than you aver Smd in your life, 10-in, (OOc for the 2 selections) "''I Ohl Yo" Beautl'ul l I H5nty Miln Jly U 11 Murray. and QuirtttU le, Lovin' Honey Ma.n) Am. Quarleltl Alexander's Ragtime Band (Berlin) Victor Military Bund Rag (Hacker) Victor Military Band I 7fi i Southern Melodies (Xvlophone) i 'William H. Heltz 1 (Whistling) Guido Glsldlni J-'oiir New Uceonls by Harry Laiider' 12-INCH. EACH. 70080 Tha Picnic (livery Laddie Loves n'LilBBie) .Lauder 70051 Roamin in the Glosmin' .Laudar 70082 ..A Wee an' DcTis ...Laudep 70063 Breakfast in Bed on Sunday Morn Lander TWO BORIS HAMBOURG, 'Ceililt OF'TORONTO. Pipillion (Sutterlly) (Opus'S, i. .I'ilino lice. Grace Smith 600C5 Traumtrei (Opui 15, No. 7) by Qraoc Smith. Have you heard the wonderful Victor puzzle record? No. lelectloni on one dice. Price fl.OO. will play tlicsn records for you. i' Gnuii-o-plioiic Go., Utl., Records for January Sold by the Mason-Riscli Piano Co, New Dominion Block. Lethbridfe, Phone ;