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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 5, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta Lethbriilge Daily Herald, .Saturday, Page 7 DRAYIXG Call up Phones: HAY AND GRAIN FOR SALE CARMANGAY A COAL iTHE DELEGATION MINE CENTRE (Continued Krone 1'age) _ (I1) Ripley Bros. 1 property for the past three months andUnorc and more daily the presence of large quantities of coal asserts it- self, in consequence of which a large force 'of men will at once be despatch ed to the place so that as soon as possible the mines may be in running older. The mines will be located eight and one-half miks east of Car- j HAS RETURNED Claims For the Agricultural College Laid Before the Government CHURCH SERVICES Knox minister, Uev. A M. Gordon, will hold the services as usual at 11 a.m. and 7.30 pan. Men's Bible class from 12.15 to one o'clock. Sunday school and ladies' Bible class at three p.m. Young People's Guild at 8 p.m. on Monday. Wesley T. P. Perry will preach at eleven a.m. on "The and in the evening at 7.30 on "Tthe Son of 'Man." -Sunday school at three. Class meeting, Mission Band und Boys' Club all meet at 10 a.m. Epworth League on Monday at 8; and Prayer meeting on Wednesday ar eight o'clock. Services in St. Augustin's church tomorrow will he, Holy Communion S.30, Matins and Choral Communion at 11, 'Evensong 7.30. There will be a meeting of St. Augustin's vestry after the services on Sunday evening. The regular monthly meeting of the Wo- men's Auxiliary will be held in tine Parish Hall on 'Monday afternoon at four o'clock. All-members are urgent- ly requested to attend and any new members will be very welcome. First -Baptist to morrow morning's 'service at eleven o'clock the pastor, Rev. A. J. Prossor, will begin a series of sermons on the "seven notable scenes in the life of Jesus." At consecutive services dur- ing (March, except the morning serv- ice of the 13th, the following themes will be dealt with: "Jesus and "Jesus and "Jesus and Pilate." "Jesus and the "Jesus and the oulooking "Jesus and the "Jesus and 'His farewell mes- sage." A cordial invitation extended to all to attend these services. Stv mass at 9 a.m., High mass at 11; Sunday school at 3; evening service at 7.30. At 4 p.m. the Catholic Temperance Union will meet in naive 'of the church. Rev. Father Rosenthal. P.P., -Rev. Father Bidault. assistant. Christian at 11 a. m. in K. of -P. hall, Round street. Sub- ject, ".Man." Golden Text: Brethren, if a man be overtaken in a fault, re- store such an one in the spirit of meek ness; considering thyself, lest thou also be tempted. As we have there- WHY THE CITY WATER IS MUDDY The water from the pipes recently has foeeu muddy. What Is the cause? The Herald made Inquiries this morn- ling' at the city offices. The mayor gave as ihis explanation that the new litter beds are not finished and the old ones are Inadequate, so water has to 'be taken direct from the river, and ol' course at this time of the year the river water is rather muddy. When The delegation which went to Ed- how soon tjlings would be Tem' mangay.' The company is making ar-1 monton. to interview the Provincial Adams went on to ex- to run. a spur-from here j Government with a view to securing that Supt. Held would be better to their holdings and Carihangav will i the Agricultural College for Magrath jable Io Wle Stalls. But upon bo made the base of supplies for the, have returned. The delegation to Mn Ileld- he that mines. The -financial offices of on the government on Wednesday jil was'because the'river was muddy. company will also be located here as morning, well as manv of the miners' homes. The Premier, lion. C. W. Cross, How far this project vill benefit Car-1 Holl Duncan Marshall aftd Hon, w mangay no one at the present time; A Buchamui wcrc prcscnt whfle j. can say, but it should certainly con- w.-Woolf, M.P.P., from Cardston, When was However -as'he was only head of the CHANGE IN FIELD AMBULANCE UN if Si March order will! sliortly 'be issued Increasing establish- j ment of all field ambulance 'units of! the army -medical service from 90 to electrical department, he referred the] reporter to Engineer Arnold, the head of the water works 'department. 100. This .will mean an increase from 8 to 10 oflicei's and a corresponding increase in non-commissioned officers and men. The increase, however, while !t! seems small, will make a great differ-' once in units and they will hence-: forth be subdivided in a way entirely! different from what has been done up! to thfe present time. The units were! usually divided into ten and bearer divisions, while now it will be divid- ed into A, B and C ursued under the circumstances. The speaker advised Mr. Martin to "bring up the question with the colonial sec- retary's salary list, which -'Mr.' Martin, said he would do. found in towns. SILLY STAGE PLAY BY TORIES (Continued Prom Front Page) Mr. Woolt and Mr. McLean both added a lew words and the premier stated that while make no promises he would certainly give the Magrath location his careful consid eration. delegation consisted oi L. H of Spring Coulee, Director o I the U. F. A.; G-eo. Budd, Mayor o 1 Raymond; B. S. Young, ot Raymond F. H. Furner, J. A. Rasmusscn, A fore opportunity, let-us do good unto appointed as counsel. TUiey insisted j Mercery, and David Bingham of Ma rt'rrt A -n rtfffli'Tl n rl T TI? T t all 'men, especially unto them iwho are of the household of faith. Galations Services In Westminster Church on Sunday as usual. Morning service at 11, subject "The power of influence." Simday school and Bible class at 3. Evening service at 7.30. Subject "Mis sionary Altruism." Rev. A. A. pastor, will both morning and evening. St. T Rev. W. V. McMillen will i hold holy communion at eleven o'clcck Sunday morning. Sunday -school will be organized next Sunday afternoon at three o'clock, and even- chat any man -whom must 'be accepted 'by the majority of i bridge. and J. of Leth the The -majority refused to agree as to this >new and 'illogical A LOCAL BUDGET principle in conducting investigations by the parliamentary committee and the Conservatives took the childish There was an error in the names o petulant course of withdrawing in Prouse-Bell wedding, reported a bady from the room and declaring Thursday. that they washed their hands of the, Rev- w- .W- Bryden, pastor oi St whole task with which they were en-lAndrew's Church, city, will preach a trusted by parliament. i Magrath on Sunday. They raised no objection to Mr.' use Nesbift as a man who could command thc Canadlan Bank of-Gommrtce-is public confidence throughout tlie machian. Mi the ClCCtriCftl .sllOW i ing service 'he held at 7.30. Till EXPRESS TRAIN THOUSAND PACKAGES BROKEN) Rochester, N. Y., .March No. 27 on the nd longed and yearned for the unfoldment and attainment of the Higher power of Mentology. It is a benefit to nurses and those employed in the healing art and of, exceptional benefit to parents who wish to direct their children In the right vocation in life. Benaro-is ably assisted fay-Prof. Emmet, of Sydney, Teacher in Concentration, the road to Spiritual, Mental, Physical and Financial Success. Twenty Million. American People now patronize this System, a knifeless, drugless Can be interviewed any day this week. Prices reasonable. ROOM 1, NEW MAJESTIC THEATRE Corner Crabb and Bompas sts., Lethbridge, Alta. FOUR CANADIAN COLLEGES FAVORED SUCCESSFUL CON- VENT.ION AT WARNR. Wamer, Alta., March Sun- day School cause at Warner received a mighty stirring up at the hands of Mr. H. F. Kenny of Calgary, gene- ral secretary of the Alberta. Sunday Sunday school work. DONALD MACMASTER ACCUSED LLOYD-GEORGE London, March Lloyd- George, chancellor of the exchequer, Donald MacMaster, the former Mont- real barrister and now Unionist mem- ber In the British House of Commons for Chertsey division in Surrey, made his maiden speech last night. 'He ac- cused tLloyd-George of bringing dis- credit upon the country 'by his speech- es. MiLcMaster's remarks were listen- ed to by a full house with marked in- terest. Medical Schools Given Front Rank by Association Kingston, Ont, March ing to advices received here from Chicago the American iMedical Asso- ciation has placed four Canadian med- ical colleges, McGill, Vajsity, Queens in class. A. The report ot" the American ;Medical Association was made at Chicago through its com- mittee, and only four medical schools In Canada were given front rank. One college was placed in B, class and three condemned. WAIT FOR C. T. MAKING THE ENVOYS FEEL FRIENDLY Ottawa, March 'discussion o tariff matters between the govemmen and -Messrs. Emery and Peppier, the U. S. envoys, was resumed this after- noon and alter a brief sitting the -meet- broke up to, meet again on Mon- day. entertaining of the visitors goes merrily on tonight.; Tonlgnt they are guests of Lord and Lady Grey. The statement of 'Mr. Fielding in .the house today that in his opinion the French treaty did not discriminate against the United States is the only official in- timatiion so far as to the attitude. Chamberlain's Stomacih and Liver TDablets are sate, sure and reliable, and have been praised by thousands of women 'who have been, to health through their gentle aid and curative powers. PASSENGERS INJURED DURING OCEAN TRIP other arrangements are made the ser- vices .will be held in Harper's Hall o-.i Ashmead street. St. Mary's Church is now moved to its new site on Niven and Galbralth streets, back of Parsons' store. Sun- day school at three. Solemn evensong at 7.30. Also Wednesday and Friday at S p.m. St. :Rev. David .Smith of ilagrath will .preach at St. Andrews Presbyterian church dn North Leth- bridge. Services will be held at 13 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday school at three o'clock. R. G. Addison left this morning on minion in carrying out the enquiry ln a non-partisan and adequate manner. As Lennox -put it: "I have retired no! j Chicago in January and t-ho'ic the [Duntlcy as being superior to any olh- matter what happeois. I on exhibition. i Rev. returned from any'further part in the Investigation." tr DrJ7l lrcm a trip to Warner and Milk River wln-rc The three Liberal members of was looking ovcr that foj. committee of tjhe three the Presbytery. He reports that ihn passed a motion appointing Mr. Nes-j settlers are anxious to have the Pres- Halifax, N. S., March C.P. R. S.S. Empress of Britain arrived tonight from Liverpool with, the mails and reported a tempestuous voyage. On March 1st the steamship shipped several overseas which caused much damage and one 4eath of steerage passenger. A passenger named James was flashed against the rails so violently that he died in an hour and was bur- ied Another passenger had a [eg broken. IMPORTANT UNRESERVED AUCTION SALE! OF bitt as counsel and then adjourned. (Continued From Front Page) a business trip to Cincinatti, Torbn- Sunday Saturday afternoons. A to and Hamilton: :'He expects tore- meeting of organized labor in turn in about three weeks. the hlstor-v of independence hall at three o clock this afternoon to "peace ably participate in a demonstration in behalf of the carmen's union now on strike" has been prohibited by a proclamation issued by thc mayor be- cause a permit had not been applied for to hold thc demonstration. It has also been planned that a monster parade should follow the meeting. The Mayor in the proclamation says: "The hour of this assembly is fixed' at three o'clock. No application has been presented for a permit, nor has permission been granted by lawiul authorities for the said assembly." i byterian Church to establish i in- services in that district. At a meeting of the Executive of the Lethbridge Rifle Association held at the Barracks last night, several 1 important matters were discussed and which will be brought up at the ad- journed meeting on March 15th. One important matter was the advisabil- ity of getting more targets, and of having a better system of SELKIRK CENTENNIAL Winnipeg WILL BE POSTPONED March a meeting Farm Stock and Implements WILL BE HELD ON Thursday, March AT N. E. 1-4 OF SEC. 36, TWP. 7, RGE. 21, W. 4TH MER. OLD CHARLIE RANCH, 0 MILES Soutli-Eastof the Oily THE STRENGTH THATS NEEDED for the laborer, for the growing child, for the man who needs brawn and the man who needs brain, identifies itself with the bake stuffs that we jend out each day from our bakery. WE HAVE CAKES AND PIES that put the finishing touch to the meal that has been made good by our Fresh "redacts as the delivered at your door every day. MANITOBA WOMEN WANT THE FRANCHISE Winndpeg, March the Mani- toba legislature yesterday Captain S. Jonasson, member for Gimli, brought In ,1 petition of Steina Stefanson Etal praying for the passage of an act to enfranchise all women whether mar- ried, w'dows or spinsters on the same The executive hope to have six slid- ing targets placed on the range and so do away with the rerolvlng tar- gets now there. It is hoped thatev-1 erybody interested in rifle shooting will attend the next ot which further notice will be given through the columns of this paper. L. D. Bedford of the Iowa-Alberta Land Co. returned from the south with his brirte this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Bedford visited the Mar- dragras at'New Orleans and other points of interest on their honey- moon. T. M. Evans contradicts the story published in the News last, evening that he was selling his property on the corner of Dufferin and Glyn Sts. for a post office site. The 'lots arc not on the market; at all and no pro- position has bcon made to Mr. Evans to sell them for the postofiicc site. of the management committee of the Selkirk Centennial to be held tomor- row morning, in all probability 'the de- cision will be reached to further post- pone the holding of the proposed world's fair from 1D13 to 1914. This is the result of the delegation's trip when all the eastern, interests interviewed, including the federal gov- ernment and railways, expressed a wish for furrher postponement. City Bakery PHONE 1181 SAY, FELLOWS; WAIT FOR C. T. TELEGRAPH1CS The Prince and Princess oi Wales entertained former Vice President and Mrs. Fairbanks gt luncheon at Marl- borough House today. The affair was quite informal, only the members of the Prince's family meeting the guests. According to the- Toronto World the C.P.R. is the purchaser of Janes Building at the corner of King and Yonge Streets, for which was paid. It is proposed, according to the "World" to build a sixtecn- storey office building on the site. The, World also gives credence to a report ihat the C.P.R. contemplated erect- ing the finest hostelry on the present site of the government house. 1 gray mare, about 11 years old, weighs about 1200 1 bay mare, 12 years old, weighs 1300 1 bay mare (Clyde) 4 years old, broken to all har- ness. 1 black mare, 11 years, weighs about 1300 2 grey borses, weight about 1400 each, 11 years old 1 black horse, 4 year, Percheron, broken to all harness. 1 black colt, 3 year Percheron. 1 black colt, 3 year Percheron. 1 bay colt, 3 year, Percheron 1 bay colt, 2 year, Percheron filly. 1 new milk cow 1 cow to calve about April 1 heifer to calve about April 2 heifers 1 steer 1 Shorthorn bull registered 1 Berkshire registered 4 sows in pig, to farrow soon. 100 chickens 1 6-ft. Deering Binder. 1 7-ft. Deering Binder, in good order. 1 Kentucky, drill, 20 1 platform scale, 1200 pounds, nearly new 1 26-ft. harrow 1 fltec harrow 1 Emerson gang, 14 in. 1 Emerson sulky, 14 in. 1 Cockshutt plow, 12 in 2 wagon boxes and rack 2 seated democrat Sulky cart Mowing machine and rake. Garden drill and outfit Potato plow Feed mill 12 sets work harness, 2 rifles. Emery stone and grindstone Horse clippers About 30 tons Alfalfa hay and rye, several tons of potatoes, large new range, Singer sewing machine and all Household Furniture, and many articles too numerous to mention. Robert E. Countess, of Bowville, and >JISS VreTlTUtSe OUlplfWU II VIII I. l village of Harrow, Essex county, Ont., were married at Wesley parsonage afternoon at three o'clock by the Rev. T. P. Perry. The happy couple will reside on 'their farm at Bowvillc. Fully out of every ten cases or rheumatism is simply rheumatism o! the muscles due to cold or damp, or chronic rheumatism, neither of which require any iuujfna-i IrtrdliiK-iiu All that is needed to afford relief Isl the application of Chamberlain's LinimenL Give it a trial. You are certain to be pleased with the quick relief wliich it affords. Sold by all dnigzvsts. Sale commence at 11 a. in, sharp Lunch served from 12.30 to 1.30 p.m. Don't miss this opportunity to secure some of this stock as they arc all well bred, hroken TERMS OF SALE ARE AS FOLLOAVS: All purchases amounting to S25 or less, cash. Hay, chickens and potatoes must he cash. Over the above amount time will be given to November 1st, 1910, on approved bankable paper bearing interest at the rate of 10 per cent. Every article must be sold as the owners have disposed of their farm. F.J. Pearse Son OWNERS, A. Waddell AUCTIONEER. ;