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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TUESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1911 THE LKTHBRIUGE DAILY I1KUALJ) PAGE SEVEN BLAZE DEMON OF Montreal Had Four Fires m a Terrific Snow Storm Today Not Much Information Handed of Loy- ally to Leaders Montreal, Jan. U.--WUH Urn ther- mometer in the iielshbor- Iiood of 25 decrees beluw -zt-ro. Mon- firo brigade utru to face four fires today, tuo of llicm of A serious character. The first blaze ocvurreil about four o'clock this morning in ilip north em] cf thn cHy and the ot Itobinson, Oliver Co.. grist iniU and firain clcvuior, sttuaCcd al tho corner of Park avenue and Van Homo avenue, entailing a loss In the r.i'SghborJiood of SCO.f-00. Ottawa, Out, Jan. u two and a halt (onfc-re-ru-a witli the and members or iho MILADI ..JffQH Phones Res. 1115 Office 1224 Clubs and Societies The managers o? St. church at S A 1'HAYF.It FOH Till: NEW YEAH Lord. Irt me live while I can see Ti.0 message iu the Wwsgunug in th Tic m the liouer. k Thursday love it lot its or.t short hour While morning sons of hrk and jav Can icatter all my douUs awav, 11lC hick-room mil And UK my poor heart from scull afternoon with Mrs. C.. K. AisJ tell mi- I an, born of God j1 onybMrc.Jtivcivicw. 1 can lecl I'm liulfd with all I Tlit liuidcnrd ones, who halt and St. Mary's Men's soticir held a lublnet. ending ai 1.30, lie Alborla I ran feel my sliarc ol shame, very enjoyable whist drive in the par- uVit-gallon declined lo sivo any stale-1 iu frcrv that's dyed with ish hall Monday There were shame eighteen tables in play, the lavors be- I can (eel life's burdci.s sweep ir.g won by Miss Winnie Harrison, Airosv my heart and drive oat sleep; Miss Ritchie, -Mr. Ilir.nlr.j; Mr. mcnl to The mutter or llic result of the interview, referring llio IITOFS to Premier llorJen. Tlio following offidal statement was hftjidcd oul hy Lvic Premier'3 officft al iho close: ".Members of Hie Hve delegation in iho province of Al- l.er a haU an iiitcryiw tlife morning I can hunger, suffer, strive, I.orrl, let jr.e I'm alive. Hut il the lime shall ruriK- Alien I Forget to lift my eyes on high, to seek Eur love divide, it b'Jt for me and ininn '.'he awarded Mrs. Mcrwr Mr. l.oag- IfV. ft The Aid oi St. church, will meet.it the inar.se afternoon 4atr ihrw o'clock. Thii Workman. wholesale hardware mer- chants, sjtuatc-d in thp whole-sale busi- ness section of Use city. Ko serious was [his fire, ar.J -so poor (he water froni Iho bytinuils, the fire- men were forced lo lay hose lo the valor front, u'hc-ro engines pumped to the fire. Along the- harbor front, the harbor ftro fighting lugs were got En readiness in case too fire- men be unable to copo with the outbreak, and they will assist in lumping water in case of necessity. Pro tlitn sham Workman's estab- lishment is a, foiirstoroy building. Soon titter the first alarm 'was rung in, Chief Tremblay saw the serious- ness of the outbreak, and turned in H second alarm, brought out n largo reserve force. The flro Is raginp. and It is hard to estimate what iho damage win Notre Dame Cathedral, famous tho world over, caught fire this a'.iercscr. front the blaze. For a time it was thougiiL [hat the fire was under con- trol, hut it "was revived by a strong wind, and spread from Frotliliisham Workman's where U started, to other Seven firemen were Injured in the Frolhinghatn 'Workman fire, which caused, a loss of A lilgh wind and a temperature of 25 below zero handicapped the firemen. (billed iiK-at Industry, control Ly the Dominion of succlat grunts for agri- culture, U'clmicul education lor min- ers and tiie aniwinlment of a perman- cut l Aii'l let the old world its Content to preen a 1'ay The ol St. Cyprian's 'church Monday evening, u-hrn a fine-paper the life and work Bounded or.i-s, barefooted pass, Of Sir Walter Scott was iead by Mr. Kasing my conbd'ence, when I must, David A Scotch song by Mr. Industry, and to determine throwing hungry dogs a crust III between opera- tors ant] niiuers. These and other matters were discussed at consider- j length with the utmost harmony 'with the members ot the delegation who represent all parts 'of tho prov- ince. Loyalty to Leaders i'esolulSon. of loyally to the Prime Minister and 3lr. Michcner were passed in the following terms'. delegation of AJberta Conservatives wish to express our loyalty to lion. n. L. IJonlen, and ex- press our of his services to the Dominion of Canada, and ere convinced, that his policy will be for tho benefit of tho whole Dominion of Canada. 'Trie mcifihers cE'this delegation u furiunaio in having as their leader in tiie province and legislature, Mr. Edward MSchencr, has occuplod tihat honored posi- tion for the past three years, and de- sire to express our appreciation of the splendid unices ho has rendered the party and the province, and that It is mrgcly utio to "uis untiring efforts Thru, hy crowning mercy i Andlet mo 1 am dead. -Nellie L. McClung. TI.e abote perm will no doubt especially infcresling in view ul fort, that Mrs. McCEung will appear are urged to be in a recital in this city later in tho v mouth, under the auspices of the W.I The executive G. B. Rhodes was much appreciated v A special' irfeeting of the executive ot the Woman's Missionary.I society of Wesley" church will ,be held tomorrow (Wednesday) evening at seven o'clock sharp in Wesley Hall- All members the Parish assori- tomorrow Mrs- L. fJ. De Veber. Mrs. J: hi. Terrill, 712 Seventh Kt. '.Mrs. J. Hay. f.20 ThirU-enth St., when Mrs. A. E. Dodman will icceive with the hostess. iVot receiving tcmorrow: Mrs. John Home. Miss .McL'ambly has icurned finm visiting frifjirfs in St. Paul. Vrs.'J. K. Uuiigson ar.d Jos- ephine Hawkey were weefc-cnd visit- ors in Calvary autl Nanton. ition.of St. Augustin's church met East .evening and to have a hieeting ol the association nn Mon- day evening, January 26th, when il is probable thai tlip ptogtai.i will of theatrical .nature. ft TU Christian. Endeavor of Ht. An- uiew's cliurch meet tonight when llie topic will be the salvation verse thn of "TvvrUeGieat eleclipii ol officers will take placej is the annual meeting, aud all the members are months' trip to Salt Lake City. Fourth that the Conservative left .Monday nj'pht on .1 two in the legislature was.so greatly in- creased at tho general election, and are aniious that the government Mr. II. W. at Ottawa bo fnade fully aware of the from a trip fact that Mr. Mtchener has the entire attic. confidence and uil members of the Conservative parly in Church has returned to Vancouver and Se- urged to.attend. The Home Economics section of the [Mathesis ciub will meet promptly at ;four o'clock tomorrow at the Man- ual Training school j when Miss Le'ake will lecture on "Meats." Any- one not a member-of the club, who wishes to talc these Iccfiucs, mar'dp so "by. paying fifteen cents each lec- ture. WILL TAKE ANOTHER CROP TO TO RESTORE GOOD TIMES SAYS BANKER Winnipeg. Man., Jan. Mathers, sitting aa a Royal Commis- sion, In the oHIco of the Chief of Po- lice, Ih's morning opened the inquiry Into tho escape of Knifu'ienfco. C'hfef Mad'heraon recited his re- n dis- tress. STRIKE EXTENDING Capetown, South Africa, Jan. The strike lias extended (o florka hero and at a number of trainmen nntl mechanics laid down Ihelr tools lodiy. -eaAJoYiajitUrfvt. AVhM purchasing lilrer you ace lure of drpeud- ability ar.d beauty if it fa ROGERS BROl This brand, k 'SilverPlate thai Wtars" Look tot the Sold ;