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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, JANUARY 26, 1911 THE.LETHBHIDfiE DAILY HERALD PAGE SEVEN A List of the Free Gifts and the Prize Winning Numbers Given as a reward to those who helped us make th'e Ruiumngu Bale an suc- cess. Here are the numbers us they were drawn' out of scaled ballot box by a rep- resentative of the Just bring down your coupon if you have any df llicsc mim- Ws and claim the Ilis Bessie Dlion, of Macleod, was a week-end vJeitor with Mr. A. Hall. Mrs. Broadfoot, of RegJna, who was with Mrs. George Stacey, has returned home. Mrs. C. R. Ycung.TvIll he a tea hour hostess on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. E.- B. Sloan, 1507 4th Ave. will homs to VTesIey tomorrow evenlcg. Every mem- er IB cordially Invited. Mr. ij. A. rvho has been on trip to Fargo, Chicago, and other pclntE, arrived-home today, lire. Fel gcr and Lois will not. return until KOtne weeks later, -t Miss Scares, of .Manchester, Eng., arrived in the city on Saturday and la a guest with her brother, Mr. Soares, Fifth Avenue A. -Miss Scares, Q U a nurse, Intends to locate In j this clly, .where she will follow her: profession. On Friday night Wesley choir- met for rehearsal iaOtiejiotne.ol Dr..1 arid Mrs. Lovcrlr.g. After a short prac- fasiiloried games were" in, or- der and an Impromptu musical pro- gram wag .rendered. Dainty mcnts vero served by -Mrs. Loverlng- at the close of tho evcr.Inj. Miss Gertrude Jackson ,whb' under- went an operation at tbe Gait HOE pltal this morn I eg, Is progressing aa favorably as can be expected. "Miss Lutfle Eckstcrm leaves tomon row afternoon for Calgary, where sbe will visit wllh Mrs, Chamberlain for a short time en roiite to spend a couple of months In Seattle. The Woman's Auxiliary ot 3L Aug- ustlu's church will oeet for tewing as usual tomorrow afternoon, The Westminster UulM of Kaox church will- hold a html time social toolght at 8 o'clock. A good program will, be rendered and refresh me nl 6 served. Tha.Juvenile Good Templare are holding, a concert at Westminster church at S o'clock eventug. when, a good Mil bb rendtr- ed. St. Mary's Men's society wtil hold a in St. "Mary'a pariah hall OH Thursday evenluv, January 29th. Tb o Worn Miss lo nary society of Wesley church will meet ct Tour o'clock on Thureday afternoan ley hall. The Young Ladies' Class of ley church 2 business meet- on Thursday evening. January 29, in the glass room. .Everyone la urged to La The Ju 11 Class of SL Cyprtan'B hold a bkallng patty at HendeVsoo lake on .Thurs- day evening- Tbo History and Current Event sec- tion of tho Mathesis club will meet Mrs. I i'rcmplly at three o'clock tomorrow afternoon with' Mrs. B. B. McCarty, 640 Ninth Street. c 'Preparatory service to the- commun- ion will te held In Wesley church on Wedaeeday evening, aud all those uu- j King wlih the church either by letter or profession o( tillli, are asked to ue present Interested reminded of the carJ social, to be In U-.e K: evenlns, under 5n flfoemovtam RIGHT HON. LORD STRATHCONA AND MOUNT ROYAL, o. c. M. a, o. c. v. o., p. o. HIQH COMMISSIONER FOR CANADA AND GOVERNOR OF THE HUDSON'S flAY COMPANY Who Died Wednesday, January 20th, 1914 Interred In Hlgncata Cemetery, Lcndon. Jcnutry 25th, 1914, addfeES a meeting for woinea lii fit Aus'jstin'j cl'urch at arid ba We ufSdaj- and Thursday he will conduct A retreat (or the clergy cf Southern Al- berta. of P. .Wall. Clubs and Societies The Ladies' Aid of Wesley church will not meet this week. t 4 The managers of Kt. Andrew's church will meet at eight o'clock on Thursilay evening. St Cyprian's A. Y. P. A. cordially Invite all foung people to their social evening tonight. t St. Cyprian's, confirmation .'classes meet at four and seven on Wednesday afternoon ana evening. the auspices of'.tS? bodies1 Altar Soc- iety 0I St chuich. The FJoEile Fishers met at the home of Mrs. Bataseyy-Eleveath Street S., on Saturday afternoon. Owing to the extreme ccld, the attendance was not as" iafgo a's usijaj' and after routine business bad beerMansacted, a decid- edly UmpUng.ludc'h was seved. The ooalety will meet in two weeks on Feb- ruary-7th with .Mrs. .Dunsworth, 1318 Third ATenua.iS'ortU. The circulating library by the Guild at Belly las The Guild will be glad to lava membera suggest DBines of new _, to be bought, which thoy con- sider good reading. The books caa be eiohapjcd any dayl'fro'm four to six. All are cordially Invited to hear Miss McGregor, travelling secretary of the Women's Foreign Missionary society of tho Presbyterian church in Canada, who will speak In St Andrew's church tonight Special muatc will also he B'teature. MUa McGregor wlU addrwa a Joint moetinKof the W..F. M. 9. and W. H. 5-''ot Knoi thiirch toroorrow even- ing In'Knqi .school room. The col- lection will go to Robertson College, and al lare cordfally Invited. Rev..T. Roes, who returning from New'Zealand, he has'been ductl.Qg a mtEsion, will preach In St Augustin'9 church next Sunday mom- Ing, he will address men's meeting in Cyprians' church and will speak In St. Mary's church In the evening. On Monday and Tuesday nt eight o'clock, lie will hold IrrSt. Cyprian's church tor til the church people in the city. On'Tuesday, February 3rd he will Trlumph for Lelhbrlrfae Firm Mr. H. M. Whlddlncton, architect, received irord from Swift Current to- day that tbe design submitted him- selt and brother [or the new SIOCWCO High school at that city, had been accepted. .There were Titty-eight de- signs submitted. and the victory of be Messrs. WliUdlugton is all the nora nattering. It was a straight competitive race, and the decision in favor ot- tbe YATiiddtngtons was unani- mous. Aa the competitors 'were from all over the country the result la all the more gratifying. H la a good boost for Ijethbridge. SHENIY Fi of Ihe wore to dealh or suffocated. MANITOBA MYSTERY Duloh Zsit Indies, Jan. 26. children, sixteen womcii and one man wero killed today during a canffld by a flro In a moving plctiiro ehow on n plantation in tho Ashern, >tan.f Jan, un- known man was found: frozen lo death with a bullet hole irt cheat, two miles north of Camper. Coroner J. it. E. Provost Is investigating tho Tlios. Chilly, a realty agent ol tho Soo, has lost hla riRhf nrm from blood poisoning following a scratch M 113 "The Monllght Coal Co." Is still os the job-'This ia the unregistered concern' that has been for the past lew-weeks mining coal from the weal bank of the Belly river, taking it from C, P. R. leases without ner- UOtlU tlL ULC. UOH.' n n i i 111. j klreaaj purchased a .number ol mlta- On Salutday two of Ihe 0Hend nj members of tlie company appear ed before Inspector Lindsay at the R. X. M. Pi barracks. F. Brown was Eent to jail lor one on a charge of stealing coal, while Harm cr on a similar charge wa i one mouth suspended sentence charges weie laid by C. P. R. constables. A serious aspect of the aflair was roufiht to light when it was learned that the Moonlight company had been Hasting close to the approach to the big C. V. H.jbrldsc at the other side of 'tbe river. Should this he allowed to go on, it- would not he long before the foundations of the abutments vrouM he 'wcaVcrieil and dire results might follow. The C. P. TC: are con- fident that many others than the two named arc mixed up anrt will make example of them if caught. Ottawa, Jon. cotnmlEElon la Inquiring Into the htgh coat of living wiU sometime this week go o Montreal to secure Informaton to be cckdetf lu the report to be made to arliament this session. During their stay in Montreal tha Enquiry will te more particularly devoted to Inve gation into the metbotia of the cold B tor ago warehouses which are held In ID any quaitere to bs at least a contrib- utory cause to the present high range of prices for foods. .An additional member bas been add- ed to the commission in the cf J. U. Vincent, assiEtant deputy rnin Ler of inland revenue. The decision onmmlaaloa lo visit otter cities, In- cluding Montreal, ll Is staled, miikea it desirable to add a French Canadian to the JlEt of.ofiiciaJs (n order to faclli late tlie taking of evidence tn The commission will also visit Toronto shortly" where a similar inquiry will te other western Ontario centres may also be visited At these points particular inquiry be made Icto the pachlog, storage anil marketing of fruit find KB bearing on the coat of living. SPANISH AVIATOR KILLED Madrid, Spain, Jan. Spanish military aviator, IJeut. Maximo Ba was killed here today, fell trlth bis aeroplane from it conitd erable height. OOETHALS OFFERED NEW YORK SIT. New York, Jan, Mitchell made A carrying the BUR- that Col. Oco. _W. noethals, of the Panama Canal, la to be the next police commissioner of New York City. "From tho aatd Mayor, "I liave "wanted Colonel Goe- to head the potfce department. Recently Mr, Oeo. W, Perkins urged him to accept the place while on R to Panama. If the Colonel ac- cepts the position. It win ho ncceasary Or htm lo retire from tho army. BUSINESS ON THE UP GRADE M. White, Albertn agent for tha Com m on wealth Trust Co., IB In the clly from Calvary. Mr. WMta hai been pretty well over the soulhem portion of the proflnca fclnco the of the yeftr. and statea thai bucincas generally has been on tho up since Jsfiuary 1, "There is nothing to romD'aln about in my buElneaV he LIVERPOOL CATTLE MARKET Liverpool, Jnn, Dovaney t Co., cattle Importcra, report Ihe BlrkenliSAd cattle market unchanged from last week. WILL E 10 PAY Rule Against Request of Churches With Two Sites Church trusted, looked for 3 ecrease in their tax tills fallowing he controversy which has been, going for scrr.s time between the govern- boQics and the city over the- tax- tion of church properties, are doom- d to disappointment. Churches with wo sites will hare to pay 'taxes CD he eitia one until the edifices are dually in use as houses oi worship.' 'hat is the decision of ilayor.Har- ie, who has had the question under onsideration, and it was agreed to his morning by Commissioner! Grace and Held. The followips letter explaining the action bas bten sent out by he mayor to all the churches aflect- ed: have gone carefully into tlie question ol church exemptions. 1 linri hat tte relunif to the St. Andrew's Presbyterian church ot 130.68 (in 1811) was a roost unfortunate prece- dent, not to be repeated, founded on alse premises hy the anil contrary to the charter') require- ments. S am indeed sorry te hart to come to this decision, but t-he financial condition of the city will not- permit of-any extension of the exemption list. Youri very truly, W. D. HARDIE, This decision affects St. Patriot's, Wesley, and St. Augustin'i churches, represents taxes amounting to orer J1000 annually. BEDAOOM IN TORONTO GENERAL HOSPITAL OCCUPIED BY SIR JAMES Piomlcr arrived !n Toronto on tho mornlog of the 19th of January na a big furp'rise to the jiublfc, lie camo the oOO mUes from Nfew York In hla private car ar.4 waa transforrcd to the Oenoral Hospital, And la now occupying the above bedroom. Sir James shows do 111 cftooUi of the journey at the limo of rvrillsc, And tbe he will fKovor uadfr Mrs. Sthfiord, aged died rj-idenlr at HarrUloti, Ont., while being served with breikfait In bed by her daughter. The Western Life Assurance co'.n- pany of Winnipeg, N'orth American Inmance company oI-Mont- and tbe flank pi Saskatchewan, JAW, have (oi notice that LORD STRATHCONA'S LA3T VIS- IT TO alove photo- Kraph of tho d abed High Com- mlsslonfr for Canada, who cow dtid at the aco of was 1 all on on his last year's flying vlilt to Canada, Whoti bo-touched Montreal for a day or to, alter rushing across the Atlan- tic on'the (Kstejt sleamer be could s Quebec. Que., Jan. Royal Hlgbnesa, the Duke of Cannaught llreil here this morning with two aide, de-camps and hfe Kecretarr anil'took tho lioj-al sulle at the. Chateau Fron- tenio. Neither the Duchest ol'Con-- nor Patricln is com- ing and tlie Ouko vlU only attend first fart of the tlate lilt given in his honor as Hla Royal is obliged to leave early tonight to hn In tomorrow (or the officfn! funeral service to the memory of tie late Lord Strathcpm. The Governor General will open tho brilliant func- tion which wilt be minus the ugual and picturesque "quanlllle d'Honoeur" then t'ns duVe will depart with his sulto. The state ball at the parliament house tonight will be mili- tary in as It Is tho idea ot the Lieui-Oorcrnor of Quebec, to re celve His Hojral Highness, the Duke ol Connaughl as Ihc Hrst solilier ot the t'mplre. In the course of the forenoon If. R, H. the DuXe of Connaught baa receiv- ed visitors of distinction. Ilia Ufa CD Archbishop Begin, tho Lord Bishop D'uan, Ilia Grace MODI. Roy, Auxiliary Bishop of Quebec, Sir Kr'dncols Her, Menu-Governor of Ins province, Sir Lomer Gonln. nrfclster of Quebec, Mayor DrouEn and'the ;