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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta The Letiibridge Daily Herald, Monday, February Page 5, n We arc offering for ONE WEEK ONLY A Big Discount on all Easy Chairs and Rockers r We have a large assortment to choose from and all these goods are in first class con- dition. Call and inspect our- stock early and get the benefit of the finest line of these goods in the cliy. Our Prices are Always trie Lowest the Lowest HOLD UP AT FERNIE; ROBBERS GOT AWAY The Standard Furniture Co. to U (Continued from front page.) Successors to THE WHITE FURNITURE C 324 Crabb St. Oflp. the Herald 3 Doors south of the Bank of Montreal k I company's money to swell the of the looters. The appetite of tho 'toughs .was keen for money, for they went through every pocket 'taking every- thing of any value, not overlooking etters, -Mr. Quinney lost a gold watch and chain, but the watch be- coming detached from the chain was dropped in the hurry, and was fouiid this morning and returned to its own er. The chain is of the ordinary twisted link variety, each "link being stamped 9-275-K, UK; factory mark, denoting the quality of the gold in. the chain. Mr. Quinney thinks that there were at least'two others in the gang, who acted as sentinels, as ke observed two men near the road, who fan down the hill towards the train as soon as he and Baird were stopped He did not get a long enough look at these two to tell how they were dressed or whether tthey wore masks as did the two who held him up. These two were dressed in short INDUCTION OF NEW RECTOR Of Sc Adgostin s By Bishop Tke Sermons Preached Mackinaw coats, turned up. They with the collars wore small dark LOCAL BUDGET Saturday was pay the mines, .and No. 213 missed connection so the is still one east mail behind. Bill Smith, before Inspector West .at the Barracks, was fined two dol- lars and costs for assaulting Joe Ne- kcl at No. 6 mine. The barred horses which were stol- en from the Blackfoot Reservation in Montana are being held at the R.N. 'W.M.P. Barracks till the trial o? IHariy Sims takes place at the sitt- ing of the Supreme Court in April. Rev. W. V. McMillen, 'the new rec- St. Cyprians Parish, south of Courtland St., has been busy visiting; in his parish and hopes shortly to be table to announce the place where ser- .vices will be held. 'The funeral of Evelyn McNabb, wife 'of Geo. A. McNabb was held at two on Sunday afternoon, from :208 Bompas Street. Rev. A. J. 'Prosser conducted the service and the funeral arrangem'ents were under the direction of T. S. Pettcrly. The pall bearers were Messrs. Peat, T. Cronk- HOW CALGARY PAPER STATES THE SITUATION (Continued From Front Page) Government: Rutherford, .Cross, Marshall, Cote, Boudreau, McKinney, Moore, Lessard, Cornwall, Shaw, Olin, Simpson, Camptiell Campbell Gunn, Telford, 17. rtpnts- and Conservatives: Cushing, tioyle, McUougaii, x kbpents, Warnock, MacKenzie, Glendenning, McLean, Riley, Holden, Hoad colored caps, arid had on low Arctic overshoes. Both wore masks which completely concealed the upper fea- tures face, but-the-lower part of the face was slightly exposed as the man talked and Quinney thinks that both men were clean shaven. As soon as the search was complet- ed the two jncn were forced to back up 'the hill at the points of the re- volvers, to the store, where the two robbers turned suddenly and ran down the hill and boarded the train for Fernie, which had begun to move out. On the way down, hill to the train the robbers passed Constable 'Varlow running up hill in response to a state- ment from a small boy who had just told him that some one was being held up at the Trites-Wood store, i The fieeine bandits nrref n. shot ,as i left the hill but Volner ran on up to the .store thinking the, real Bishop Pinkham of Calgary conduc- ted the services at St. Augustin's on Sunday morning and performed the beautiful induction 'Service wherebj the new Rev. 'J. E.-Murril- Wright, was formally 'placed in charge of the parish. Bishop been forty-two years in this country and is one o the old timers who has helped as much in the progress of Western .Can- ada. For his.' induction sermon, he took for his text, thy priest; be clothed with-righteousness." "The new rector comes highly rec- ommended for faithi'ul service in tin diocese- from which he came. But; want to emphasize to both the recto and congregation that unless he come clothed with Righteousness both 'in. The Ladies' Store Phone 453 WE SELL FOR CASH Acadia Block and out of the church it would better if he never came at all. we arc not here strive to maintain the righteousness of Christ then all ef we are not here to strive to main- tain the righteousness of Christ then all that we seem to stand for when we come to God's house means no- hite, W. Lamb, McNabb Buchan. and W. ley, Mlchener, O'Brien, Woolf, Stew- art, Iti. Doubtful: McPherson, Smith, Stauffer, Purler, 5. Absentees: Finlay, Genge. You will notice some changes dur- ing the last few days. After an inter- view between McKenzie and Cushing today the authorities placed Mm in the independent.list. Smith, has been placed in the doubtful list. Dr. Camp- bell is lined up with the government. The independents hope to get every one of the doubtfuls. _ L.. M. Roberts River has de- clined the honor of deputy-speaker that was offered him. The house will start Monday at 4 p.m. The bill respecting implement men will be under discussion. ;rouble was there. Th'e constable and the two victims rah to the train but were'too late to board it. The telephone wires were put to work at once and when the train reached town it was met by 'Acting City Chief Bowen and Patrolman Gorman, but no suspicious persons were seen. Chief Provincial Con- stable Samson, and Constable John- the city police and all returned to Coal Creek where a short search was made and the two victims and the policemen returned to town. Both railways have been picketed in. thing. "I wish the clergy of this .diocese to he first, last and always men of God, who have the spirit of .God in their hearts. We arc men of like pas- sions with yourselves. We can not do our -work without the righteous- ness of Christ. If we go through our service just like an accountant reads the page of his ledger what benefit do.wn get? The parish nripst- goes o God tor strength and in that, trcngth goes out to minister to his people. May priest and people bo iothed with that righteousness and ;row in grace and in the knowledge and. power of God so that when we close the battle of life we all may ic- ceive the 'Well done, good and fath- ul servant, enter thou into the joy of- thy Lord.' In the evening sthe church was well Hied. Rev. J. E. Muml-Wright took his texts, "Blessed arc the pure in heart because they shall .see 'Now we see through a glass darkly, but then we shall'see face to face." "They shall see His face." 'There is always, an the Beautiful New Sample Collars and Jabots AT MANUFACTURER'S COST On Sale To-morrow Morning at Ten O'clock It was a fortunate purchase indeed lor us, and mily as fortunate for you as well, for we're giving you trie saving advantage of our good luck and passing them on at exactly what we would have to pay for them in the ordinary course of events. They're a heaiitiful lot too perfect in every detail, representing the most dainty and becoming styles for early Spring Easter wear. both directions and it will be difficult Idr-the robbers to''get away. ECHOES OF THE "EASTER SEASON After the Easter Wedding Bells. Let us cater to your wants and you with Wedding Cake that 'has a reputation for being RICH, FINE AND FRUITY and altogether delicious. Special at- tention given to the icing and orna- .mentation. City Bakery CARD OF THAKS Mr. Geo. A. McNabb and relatives wish to express their heartfelt grati- tude for the many expressions- of sym- pathy during the sad bereavement suffered by Mr. McNabb in the death of his wife. They wish further to acknowledge the floral tributes from: Wrea'Xis: A. Sick, J. H. Fleetwood, City Police, Mr. and Mrs. Bonneli, A. L. Spurrier, >Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Little, Mr. and Mrs. Phair, Mrs. McNabb, Mr. and Mrs. McCaig, B. of L. Div. 750, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Gay. Roses, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Ma- son; cross, Mrs. Van Haalem; sheuf, Mrs. W. Henderson; cross, A. T. Boss; spray, G. I. A.; cross, Mr. and Mrs. Cleary; sheaf, Mr. and Miss Breon- ner; -anchor, Mr. and Mrs. Fowler; heart, Mr. and Mrs. Audett; sheaf Mr. and Mrs. Rylands; wreath, Mr. and Mrs. Gillespie; roses, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor; flowers, Mrs. T. L. Clark florist KILLED IN GRAVEL PIT Man Crushed Death in a Pit Cave-In tO And just in passing we don't mind telling you that thu is the identical lot from which we have purchased our new spring stock vrhich is sufficient evidence we're lully convinced they're the very best to be had any where. There's a remarkable collection to dKoose enough to supply a hig prices are so astonishingly low that we anticipate a quick clearance and strongly urge you to be here promptly at the sale hour for your share. Just one of a kind-and that at the Manufacturer's Wholesale Cost first sermon. What is to be my first WIKrid Laurier is still confined to his house suffering from a cold Regina, Feb. N. Morri- on, aged 23, a Scotchman, was killed Saturday afternoon by the cave-in of a gravel bank at which he was work- ng near here. Morrison was laboring with a farmer named Jack Craft, sev- en miles northwest of the city. They were taking gravel-out of a pit and Jraft seeing the danger of the position warned Morrison not to go in. The lad, however, would go ahead with the work and he had barely stepped back into the pit when tons of gravel fell and completely buried him. The body was brought to town Saturday night No inquest will be held. ITALY WILL COME BACK AT CANADA rtome, Feb. It is stated that in What do I want to shepherd, to ami to guard these people. I want to show them Jesus Christ by my life.. see Jesus, is to love and worship Him. "We know our Lord took Hi> isciples to the Mount of ion. To John this vision increased ill his last work in the Jtook of Rev lations. What a wonderful change ook place in Paul's life he s lis Lord on the way to Damn.sri5. "Spiritual things, though .they srem iot, are still more real than phvsira hings. There is no grace'27-7 ;aint has had that you and I ca lave through the vision. of j-O'l. "To he practical, how i-an we hat vision! David says, 'Tie ihr, hath clean hands and a pure heart Jesus says. 'Blessed are the pure i heart for they shall see God.' The single purpose of a man's life is to be himself, the self that -rod i-aw tnc possibility of when He brought that self into being. If a man lose the self that God meant him to be and gain the whole he has lost himself and failed to fulfill the great purpose of life. the event of failure of negotiations be- tween Italy and Canada In the mat ter of granting the most favored na PHONE 1181 hu. he expects to be out tomorrow, tion clause treatment to Italian silk LOTS ON s McBetk Street The Best Residence Lots on North Side Witkm Two Blocks of New Sclnool per Lot Most favorable terms. Will build for you when lot is paid for, if desired W. H. JOHNSON Jnohnso Block 323 Round Street Pincber Creek Budget "With that singleness of heart we shall see God here and in, another world shall see Him face to face. Now we see Him darkly but then we shall see Him face to face. object of my mission is to Pincher Creek, Feb. Neil and Balmoral Concert Company ;ave an entertainment in the opera house on Wednesday night under the! auspices of the hockey club. The meagre attendance proved that the people of Pincber Creek either do not care whether; school keeps or not, as Tar as helping to maintain a good hockey club is concerned, or they don't Know a good thing when it comes their way. The vocal render- ing of this .company were above the average, and although each member of it bailed from the land o' cakes, toe was not confined ex- clusively to Scottish airs, one of the .best numbers given by Mr. Neil be- 'ing "The Death of Nelson.1' For an artistic and well balanced evening's entertainment the Balmoral Company knocks spots of! any that have visit- ed this town for a long time past. Besides Mr. Neil's superb tenor voice and Miss Ryby Lcath Grant's exqui- site soprano, Miss Elsie Dixon Craig in her humorous elocutionary num- bers, each and all received prolonged applause on every occasion they ap- peared. The Pincher Creek intermediate hockey club is now the champion club of the Southern Alberta hockey league The boys have certainly won their 21st. The auctioneers say there are more to follow. Mr. C. Foote of Moyie paid a visit .to. Jus. brother .here, this W. Mathewson who 'has now sever- ed his connection with the Union Bank at Cowlf- leaves Saturday to assume a controlling position, on the Taber Free Press. This will make six firms doing busi- ness along 'this line, a good indica- tion of the increased activity in real- ty during the coming year. new-' to Carmangay News Carmangay, Feb. Ekiss, of Nanton, is in town supervising the iinal completion of his fine'new block on Carman street. While'here Mr. Ekiss gave a contract to Mr. Jones, contractor, for another large block to be erected in the early spring. Jas. McNaughton left today for a two weeks' visit to. Winnipeg and oth- er eastern points. The Carmangay Sun will make its initial bow to the public on Feb. 25. Mr. A. Quayle is the editor and prietor. Mr. Quayle was formerly connected with the Star staff, of To- ronto. The darmangay brass band will give their first 'annual dance in the opera 'house on Wednesday evening, March 2nd. Invitations are now out A jolly time is expected. The C. P. R. agent, Mr. Hissey, has arrived and Is now doing business in the station. A large depot has been promised the agent, same to be erect- ed when weather permits building. The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist bers on Wednesday- evening last. -Mr. Jas. McNaughton was appointed chair- man. Only preliminary, matters ..were discussed. The council will meet again at a near future date when tiiey will further go into matters per- taining to the welfare of, the town. W. R. Cummlngs purchased from the Equity Trust and Loan Co. two fine lots on Grand avenue, south, and will erect a large warehouse. He will handle the Massey Harris machinery. Messrs. Killip Bros, will erect, on Grand avenue a large store. It will be occupied by Mr..Deveral of Clares- lolm as a bake shop and confection- ery store. Plane are now out for the erection of the Methodist church on the. cor- of Grand avenue and Whitney St. The new mail service via train .will io imo effect on March 1st. Steps are on foot to establish a spurs, so to speak, for they have not! church will give an at home at the been defeated in a single game this show you .Jesus Christ. Then in this season. They are holding a statins and this alone can we possibly be- come ourselves and reach the ideal which God saw when He brought us into this world. Whether, in or out home of Mrs. T. Rudd, Grand avenue on Feb. 24th. Messrs Ferris and Ransom and Dug party on Friday evening, to be fol- lowed by a dance in the opera house. and Duggan of Nanton are open-jrooms in the eight oa eack and Carmangay. Tne local pound keeper is a very busy man these days, having as many as fourteen head of cattle in the oH- clal pound one night this week. Plans are being made for the erec- tion of a large brick office building on Dains St., just north of F..W. At- kins' shoe, store. The promoters are Messrs. C. E. Snow, Edw. J. omod and Martin Woolf. The building will be 40 ft. x 40 it. and two stories in height. There will be probably 16 The incessant snow fall of Sunday new real estate offices In town Cardston Star. and Monday was followed by a severe of the church and out among your' cold snap, the thermometer dropping j homes or with your children, my la-Uo 22 below zero on Tuesday night, j bors will be my life, and by my deeds j At the time of writing, however, the! to show you Jesus Christ, and to temperature has become appreciably lead you to Him." milder. i On Monday night (tonight) in the The legal firm ofPalmcr Thorn- parish iuill of St. Augustin's there son have dissolved partnership. Mr. will be a reception to welcome the ficw rector and his wife. THE CHRISTIAN Tonight the Summers Stock Co. presents Mr. Hall Cain's masterpiece "The Christian" at the Majestic the- atre. The play, as well as the book. Thomson has now gone into partner-j ship with Mr. Kcmmis, the firm in; future to be styled Ivemmis Thorn-j son. i A. Rice was operated on at the hos- pital here on Wednesday for appendi-j cilis. His case was somewhat ser- ious one, but we arc glad to hear tbei patient is in a favorable condition. i is so widely known that It needs hard-' Mr. and Mrs. W. Iv Swain have re-1 iy any explanatory note. The book I turned from Southern California to has had the largest circulation home, here after a vrar's absence any novel of recent years and the play! A box social is to be held in Moun- has been produced in all the leading j tain Mill by the Ladies' Aid on cUies in the English speaking world. The story is most forcible and in- tensely interesting and the object les- March 2nd. A couple of the Summcrvicw bach- elors returned recently from Dakota, ison that it shows is splendid. It 5s j each with a bride, ami they say Cu- ja masterpiece of dramatic construe- j pid has a few more captives in the i tin c-very character is distinct from! same vicinity. ithe other and every one is strong, j Auction sales in the district are working in its own circle and all are Rtill on the increase. Among those welded into one great big centre, that is magnetic. There is special scenery and effects for this play and it should justly prove one of the biggest suc- cesses that has ever been scored by any company in Lethbridge. .selling out are: A. Allison, four milos east Pincher Creek on March 10th. W. C. Cyr, 8i miles east of Pincher frock, on March ISth; Railcy Swann, near Spring Ridge, on March 17th; W. P. Cyr, at on March The alberta Hallway and Irrigation Co. Are offering for Sale the Cheapest Lots on the Market Tr EACH i Situated North of Track Tlie Alberta Railway ami Irrigation Co. LETHBRIDGE. ;