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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, .Tune THE LETHBRIPGE DAILY HERALD EDITED Office Phone. 1224 Residence 620 Mrs 1? llomci Gav at prcs.cn! visiting friends in Fort William. f This afternoon the Home Mission- ary Socieu of Knox ckurcli beads in various tones Algoma to take immediate steps tc ijaV'e a fiiOStoirlmi'e. MIY. L., JUat- was In the chair upon behalf of the men of Port Arthur, promised support. The local council met this, morning to consider the proposition, and decided that they, would make-i'this their work for the coming year. The hostel will likely be place between the two cities where the agricultural society grounds are. This a union home and could easily obtain support. Mrs. Willoughby Cummings left last even- ing for-Japan, but before leaung she gave an excellent address upon gov- ernment annuities. The first session opened in Port William this morning and ihe citv turned out wrth a warm ROBBED Highwaymen Looted Mail Car on Shasta Limited in Oregon Oregon, June south-" bound "Shaita Limited" on the South- ern Pacific which, left Portland at six p.m. yesterday was held up and the mail car robbed by two highwaymen a'bout midnight between Drain and Yoncalla The robbers entered the mail car, held; up the clerks and loot- welcome to the distinguished ladies, ed .the car. They stopped the train who aie to consider questions ofjat Yoocalla and made their escape world-wide importance in this city AI foi the next three davs The church Miss Grimm and Miss where the scssions ar; to be held is of the handsomest in the ing pretty lingerie gowns The acceptable were distub- uted ,vs follows- Mrs thevgamc prize, a the lo'ne hand tiopln R P. Wallace jarduuei, to the guest of. honor, it being a pretty cut glasi> bouquet holder, and Mrs Sal- mon with a pair of silk hose. one cities and is lavishly decorated two for Posses are parching for them west of Voncalla Joday but up to a late hour they were still at large. Although the robbers 'brandished revolvers not a shot wag fired. The mail clerks found the event. Fort William affiliated so- cities have the full- charge, of the arrangements in this city, and will be j the entrrla'-' Mr Tttartmdale, tlk Bank, stall, left this for Laggan, he will spend the week-end with his is en- route East from China The proceeds fY. the 8t stones current at the present time in I on don relative to, the quiet snub- bing of "Queen Man by her mo- thrrm-hro, winch has been going on the close. The interest in matters still on the table is verv high and the attendance at the meetings is very large: Tuiiiuiiou' the luiUujidi council will take charge of the evening service in Trinity Church, Port Arthur. Mrs. Torrington of Toronto, will be in the themselves helpless before the weap- ons of the highwaymen. One robber held them covered while the other this time on to ripPed open mail and ran8acked their contents. It is not known how much booty -was As the train nearer Youcalla one of the high- waymen pulled the emergency and the, train stopped The robbers then left, the mail car and disappeared down: the village street. .The conduc- tor is positive the outlaws boardedtjie train her.e hut whether they crawled }OU club thev are r-e- gnr-n Thursday, reached the splendid' scorc-4'favoiile "one "urn of one hundred dollars. After the the. expenses have been defrayed, the Alexandra since ha.ve about ior the J s tor Atjjvcry tea tabJc in McNaughton, of Vancouver, who fair and Belav fair and Belgravia chair, and addresses will be given by onto the roof or swung onto the platform he doea not know. The first bear hull tell of the home-making classes in the schools of British Columbia. Tomoriow" Children's observed by the Sunday school church the Coronation in 1901 toward Queen Mary m regard to tfer mng t on public occasions The latter, with her. fresh pink and white complexion, looks, her best m white is naturally extremely tohd of jso services gowning- herself Alexandra with the CHURCH SERVICES Knox_ Church intimation that- the clerks A "M. Gordon vices 11 am minister and 7.30 Regular ser- p m Adulf Bible classes at 12 and Sunday School at 3 All-cordially welcome Weiley T p perry- Preach at each service held during each'! marvellous beautv that has so far. uill be made jnteresting'toj oefied'time and carcumstances has the rijembcYs of tbfi congrega- j Ukewise always appeared at her best tion paign, whiph, has been waged ior the past threes weeks by the members pi Ihe SabbAth school to have even member "of the church a member of the school "The result piomibes to be a Miss BqljTs is--entertaining Mrs John 4yr, Ontario, ho arrived an-'the citv this aitensoon Mr and Mrs Goldie left Toron Julv for a tour of the world in vv hite and has always adored white She has also adored" her suprame.ulfconty Morning subject; "Tested by Results." Evening subject 'The Coming Man" Sunday School and Adult Bible Classes at 3 o clock. Firit Baptist A acting pastor n "3 Christian Imperatives E Dunlop 3 Class pm "The Three Great Verbs of Life peaf-m'the splendid "-white- costumes Castor will preach at both services prepared ior these events. A .beauty" welcome to aiL Wertmmtter A A Ly- pastor. Children's Day in connec- The annual meeting of tiort wltk, Westminster Sunday School. the .National Council of Women Baptismal service All those session in Port Arthur the nte administered are session m 1 ort Arthur since' d toj3e ot notable occasions by- tualh forbidding QueCn was when-. of the car swung buddenlj open and they found them selves faced by the highwaymen None attempted resistance as the in traders proceeded to loot the sacks The conductor and the .engineer of the train had no inkling of any .trou- ble until the signal to stop at Yon- calla was sounded and the mail clerks raised the alarm. The officers here-and the sheriff at Roseburg were notified and a posse imme.diately started put in pursuit of the robbers. The mail ear was the only one dis- turbed by the robbers Neither robr. her wore a jnask Only-Ordinary Mail Portland. Ore, June Port- land Limited carried more than the ordinary -amount are ndw on therr homeward arriving-ia-Vancouver from China oa- the Impress ,6f iv Mr last S the Deer f of the School in Fort William and will bejuill occupyl the and render there tmtil-the close ispeciaL by meeting Tuesday 'Hundreds tne Pastor 3 Bible Class attending from all ov- of the Sun- f TOeet as usual Miss meet his wife at- the conclusion of 1 i'r Letjftbridge Msit in >fedicme Hat i lectsr of mfercst to every municipal-j anaVjuiiiors pro tnail matter. According to W. Graves, assistant clerk here, there was no large aura ot money of which the highwaymen; might haye heard.' POLICE COURT Robert Litt, who was yesterday charged with impersonating a police- man and trying to obtain money un- der false prtitences rtrom Joe Fong, was this ir.orning aentenced to thirty days jn the Uarracks. The magistrate considered the- offence a very serious one' and refused to a fine. Frank Harrison, -who was given fif- teen dSys-jjOt long ago for doing the C.p.R. out of some free transporta- tion was released at ten o'clock yes- terday morning. He had a fifteen days' thirst iiithis'possession when he landed down.'.Vown and proceeded to. irrigate it ..with' so much success that he was'landed, in the cells early in the afternoon a beautiful state of intoxication. Magistrate Ball de- cided that-if Harrison had another fifteen.days to forget his drunk and think it over he..might be able to get out of town at the end of that time, so he was senf-back for another fort- night. f. Riley appeared for peddling with out a license, his case was re- manded till Monday for investigation. Two Walcott and Jas. Moran, from across "the line, were picked up by the fiOlice lust aad charged having no visible means They both said that they had come to Canada..-from Butte to obtain work, as there'were idle .men in that city. Their cases will b brought to the notice or the Immi gnition Officer, as tliey appeared t men who have stum bled against a streak of hard luck. iFr.ink Oliver was booked on tl sheet as being drunk and disorderly This is not the Minister of the In- terior, but a cowpuncher who blew in yesterday with the old time thirst cusiomary with cowboys. He was given the usual, which he paid, and then hit for the sagebrush out of temptation's way. RECIPROCITY ity are hemg _brougljt before the mem been -provided. 7.30 p m. hers ior and decision m charge of Adult Depart- the time spent by Mrs Hoult' Mrs t receiving reports of the Jstandmgj Orchestra will Junior Flower j Committee on vacation evening Church of Jesus Christ of tatter Day Sunday School 1030xa.m at T___ be present afternoon HT Criuld morning armfuls 01 and the Special Committee thejjnade 01 childhood t_ jvaces.held at the home of Rev. C. and JMrs }J.awrence, 01 St John, read j Grant, No 318 Fifteenth St South through "The Brotection of ,be no services Sunday, On day, jthe flom-' Life t'.Tunfi Junior Flower j Committee on vacation to bottoms supervised TjLe Standing, chaperqnoilby Mrs Committee -on objectionablte prinVd ndke4 armfuls or and the Secial Cit er, lose, distributed to a sm-all V gain, sbme from that grea% day, t j; >frs G II four tabfes at cuchie in eomplimeni; Mrs Fox, of. Sask- The colpi scheme, pirik and wjiite, was attractively earned out m the Jecor- ations, carnations-and sweet peas, ty at the residence of JChis Afternoon a sail on and liver followed by ajgarden patr Mrs F H Kcciei, Port Arthur, entertam- jnent being offered ..the visitors Tnc closiiig, session The Women's Council m Port Arthur, was marked an aaaress last evening from Miss Fitzgiboon, the superintendent the "Women's Welcome1' home m Toroif- to Miss Fitzgibbon told "of hi and-urged the local council m Evensojfg, TJSfh- Her. C H Popham, 1500 Rachel 9t ,3t. Churphu (Presbyterian) W W B pastor Public worship at' 11 730 pm Sunday School a t 9 43 a.m. Adult Bible Class at 4 p m .made welcome. St. Cyprian's Eighth Avenue and Eleventh St. 80 Services Morning Prayer 11 ensong at 7 30 p m Sunday School and Adult Bible Class at 3 p m. Bap- tism at 4 pm. Holy Communion 1st Sundavs at 8 30 o'clock. 2nd and'4th Sundays at 11 o clock service Brotherhood 'of St Andrews meets every Tuesday evening in the vestry at 8 o'clock. W- v. McMillen, rector; address 650 Sixth, St. Fifth Avenue Baptist Church, North service at 11, Sdbbath School at 3 p m evening ser- vice 7 30 p m C B McKinnon, pastor GRAIN PRICES WINNIPEG wheat opened..96 7-8, closed 96 3-S: October opened 88- 3-4, closed 88 1-2; Decem- ber opened 87 7-8, closed 87 1-4. Oats 36 closed 36; October open- d 3fi 1-4, dosed K 1-8 pened 2.20, closed 2 20 October ctot- d I 79. WINNIPEG Northern 95 -4, t Northern 92 1-4, 8 Northern -_2, No: 4 Northern 85. No! 5 80, No. t Feed 2 C. W 36 i-2. N.W.24I, DANDY SAMPLE OF W'H'EAt Thos Scott of Diamond City brought to the Herald office this afternoon a. sample of spring wheat that is really remarkable It stands thirty inches high and looks perfect, The leaves are a rich healthy green and was wide ana" strong The stalks are stur- dy and healthy Some of the heads are already 'beginning to shoot out A the Herald that 'Mr. Scott has. a large field of winter -wheat that is Just as good as his spring grain, and will give a tremendous yield. BAND MUSIC, thit if really enjoyable Durine the hot sultry days and: evenings >vhen you are too tired .to KO down town you can hear Pryor and Sousa or other famous bands on your own lawn. Perfect comfort, no long walk after the concert, and you can have any selection you want as often _ as you want. MASON 4 RISCH PIANO CO. Phone 791 Oom, Blk. CWJH THE GVTOF ;