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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta LiTHiRlDQI, SATURDAY, JANUAftY I, lltt. British S Colonial Photographic Co. li us, looms 1 and 2 Mtoliw' Block Cif lotiid awl Defferii Are you having' Photographic troubles? Call and we Twill help 'you. Our technical staff- always at your service, and any question will be cheerfully an- swered ADVICE-- GRATIS Amateur Photographers are 'specially invited TROUBLE is not in" our Vocabulary Developing, Printing''and Fin- ishing- done for amateurs. All work finished inside of 3 days OF CAMADA CiplUI, Nl IMlvUef Exceed Farmers' Accouts as (well as Kanchers, Cattle Dealers au'd .Grain' Buyers-ware _________________ giveii special "attention. v.v-r the farming mid ranclring-districts, Canada espe- cially, more .thoroughly, than do those of any other Bank'. Cheques on" any Notes discounted or taken vfor Moneyv advanced "io reliable customers liip'dtsrate terms. Savings AeCCUnl. Interest paid or added'to ttie-rriucipal-utjregular intervals., LETHBRIDQE BRANCH: J. R. '.Anderton, Why certainly go to the Lethbridge Hotel Barker Shop For first-class work FOUR BARBERS All modern appliances, bath, cigars, tobaccos and post cards. Kennedy When patching wall paper don't preface operations by putting the new piece in ihe 'sunshine to fade till it matches- the wall. DoTi't cut the patch a neat square, but tear it. The irregularity of its edges will make it less conspicuous. Stains may be removed from agate dishes with pumice stone. Ring Up 108 When you want DRAYING Done promptly anc! satisfactorily J JOHN BRODIE LIKE SOUTH EH N ALBERTA.-" Jan. in rtrfis .county have sudden change from spring to ivinter weather during the last- few" On' Tues- day farmers from Chatham, to Wal- laceburg were plowing; -there was -no frost in the .ground, grazing, and weather like summer as far west Tilbury, button Wednesday even- ing the temperature went down to real January weather, and there has drop of fully 30 points in the mercury. GRAVE FEARS MOUNTED Gimli, Man.. Jan'. M. Beach, the pioneer settler of Fort-Churchill on Hudson's Bay, but for many years previously a ,of Winnipeg, arrived in Gimili, today. rfsxalfs that.MTajor Mobdie sent Sergt Donaldson, Corporal Reid and Inter preter Ford two Esquimos to Fullej.-ton on Aug." 5th coast boat and some apprehension is "felt at the Churchill as "to their safety as they have not been heard from up to vember 3rd, the "day on which Mr. Beech left Churchill. In his opinion they have all perished. Mr. Beech further maintains that Inspe-itor P.elletier and his party will eventua'Uy reach their destination safely as they have not yet had time in which to complete their long overland jour- ney from Edmonton. MENNOWTt tG EFFECTIVE BOYCOn Retainers; After the Schoolmen Case Iron Springs Irou Springs, Jan. few of Mr. yjid Mrs. T. Wright's friends danceu the old year out and the new year in at their, house _on New Year's eve. Mr. and Mrs. Brady gave a dance on .New Year's night to celebrate-the twentieth anniversary of their wed- ding. Everyone agreed it was most.- This" treatment follows a rormaJ enjoyable. All partook freely of the sentence of excommunication "after Refcfna, evi- with, regard to the exercise by a Mennonite of powers o? ex- coramunication and, boycott, was giv- en at Warman last week before the commission consisting of Deputy At- torney-General Ford and Deputy Commissioner of Eaucatiou- McColl Complaints' of tho effect of a boycott were urged, by several Mennonite res- fdents in Hague and Warman dis- tricts and the commission received a large volume of-testimony in support of the'allegations. Broadly speaking the question presents itself the of severe and effective boycott, carried on by members of the old col- ony church against persons who have left their communion. Winnipeg, Jan. A. Campbell, one of the pioneers of the West, died at the house -of his bro- ther, John Campbell, here, Monday. Place Your t i r 'Orders DRAYING ....WITH.... JUS. FRAME 1' Satisfaction' G-uaranteed PHONE 289 Get our PRICES i! on Corrugated Iron Galvanized and Painted Metallic Siding Metallic Shinies before buying elsewhere We have just placed a carload of the well-known Metal Shingle and Siding Co.'s goods in stock OlIKS'S NMUFPIIINC cumin Office and Factory Cir MUI tftd IIMNI ITttETI Telephone 153 MMMMMMIMMM Miss Margaret Macphcnon Eraser, A. T. C. M. First .Class, Honor Graduate of Dr. dward Fisher, Musical Director of the Toronto Conservatory of Music. TEACHER OF PIANO AND THEORY all ;rades prepared for tHo Toronto Con- ;ervatory examinations, will receive a thorough and artistic musical edu- cation, "preparing them fully for the' eaching profession, for the concert, jhurcH and platform as well as for the drawing room and the so- cial circle. consultation in Studio, at the residence of -Mra. Win! Hutton, 814 Courtland Lethbridge, Alta. SINGING. Miss; Ursula Archer, pupd of the celebrated teacher, William Shake- speare, will receive pupils and voice production. Also engage- ments for Ballad Concerts, At Homes; "cup that cheers'but not and dancing .was kept up till a late hour. Orr the twenty-eighth a baby boy -arrived at the house of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Fisher. Mr. Buck returned to the' Circle ranch, after spending Christ- mas with relatives across the'line. While driving from a neighboring iarm to her home, a distance of --a mile and a half, Mrs. J. Tucker" was unfortunrit' freeze both her hands. Though it-is not likely she will lose them she is suffering se- verely and is at present staying at the home of her niece, Mrs. F. Cap- lin.: The sleighing was irresistable if-it was cold last week, A party of our young folks started out "in high, spir- its for a sleigh ride. When about 3 miles from home the sleigh hopeless- ly broke down. A tramp of about a mile to "the-nearest iarm house for another sleigh was a little a jok'e, but the ride home more than made up for that. Two travellers arrived at Mr. S- Koble's place on Tuesday last from across the Bow. Both men were more or less- frost bitten, but one of them froze the whole of his face and his hands. THE.POST OFFICE RETURNS HH The returns of the Post. Office de- partment to the 31st of March, 1908, are to "hand, and' fumifaL an- idea, of the relative position which Alberta cities occupy. In gross postal reve- nue the following are the figures." Calgary Edmonton Lethbridge Medicine Hat Money orders issued: Calgary Edmonton Lethbfidgfe Medicine Hat ......'......v Money orders paid: Edmonton Lethbridge Medicine Hat DROWNED AT WATERFORD. W_aterford, -Jan. Me-; etc. For further information "address J Gary, 11 years old, was drowned in Conservatory of Music.' a pond here yesterday while skating. Patented Sectional Houses Manufactured in Vancouver, B.C., of the very best Kiln- dried Lumber, in latest de- signs. Prospective builders would do well- to write me before deciding on a-house S. A. Spencer AGENT BUILDER, CARDS10N the offenders caso has been c.onsider- ed by church members iu session as- sembled and it would seem to be gen- erally exercised as punishment drunkenness, gambling, heresy and un chastity. THE SCHOOLS QUESTION" Whether such heresy includes The act of members sending their children to the public schools instead of those suppojrtea by the community is the question which will probably have to be decided on by the evidence. For- mer members of the old colony sect declared this to be the case while on the other hand, there was some- evi- dence that communicants otherwise in goo'd standing were merely subject to reproof. It was however, j that for old colonists to make use the public schools for their childre constituted, in the- view of the: church, a, serious lapse from right be- haviour. Bishop Jacob Wienz, Hev.. John Wall and "Overseer JQaassen. appeare to-speak for the old colonist church which numbers in this province abou a thousand t legalize their action by citing- privi eges granted Mennonites by the Ca nadian Government over thirty year ago, but relied mainly oil the' Bibl to justify the boycott. The high go vernment, .they said, had granteJT. A read T We ire proud of the'qua- 7lity of It ig, Maflty aud'nutritious. Our -bread is like the .'.bake; We have sixdiffer- Tent "itinds arid specialists in each. JThe proof is- ia th'e eating-. CAKES "third; distance one sixteenth! Granted-a goodventrya fine race "shouldv-be the THE WHEAT MARKETS. Winnipeg, steady this held- firm all. through the 'session. "Winnipeg was the" strongest inarket today. _ Cables came lower _'and closed lower. i line "of Bartlett-Batten Chicago ,is' to A LIKELY. London, Jan, is stated here that a draft ,of the Anglo-American agreement is_now being considered by Canadian government and final settlement likely be reached. January May January closing" opened CANDIDATES-IN VANCOUVER Vancouver, B. p., Jan. ations. 4or S! Ed- ward Odium, L'. D. Taylov Aid. Stewart and; Hepburn, EVERYBODY Candy once in "a If it'5-jeally good." Our Candy is'al- good; it purc4nd .very deliciousi i VARIETIES of the '.wholesome -kinds that will please; the children, fioclion's Kandy Kitchen SAYS EMPEROR Straits Jan. an intendew "here today the .well" known Chmese re- waff-expelled froin Pekin, declared Kai had been dismissed--frorn. his 'highjposition'asj .Council "of the Chinese "Empire because, he was ifr I Emperor, arid., tie probably Tvould I he on.ljtrialrafor his cjjgnection. for PEEASE PAY C i WHAT YOU ON SUBSCRIPTION THE DATE ON YOUR PAPER WILL TELL, YOU ;