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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Jgadirrtay, 'November NEVER ANY FAILURE OR DISAPPOINTMENT WHEN JS USED. CONTAINS NO ALUM. COSTS NO MORE THAN THE ORDINARY KINDS. MADE IN CANADA THE WANT POWiK TO OWN1HEIROWN MUNICIPALITIES ASK BOIiDEN CIVIC' CONTROL Ottawa, Nov. l.v-A'blg deputation, lepiesentlng tho Union of Mnni'dpall. ties, of Cahuilii waited on HOT- den In hit office, at.noon today, aw. isked thut legislation'.bo passed I Ills coming t'lssion of parliament, making t absolutely clear that municipalities Javo control over their own itreotH. It was pointed'oul that'thf present Hallway Act lift a wu shown by the decision of'the 1'Hvy louncil in'the c'aso of'North Toronto B. TorontOrNlagara Power Co., in vhleli the. decision was jrlreu that he municipality had no control over ho streeta. The ni'atter, it do- lured, was ii.siJriouH one. Premier, Borden, In reply, said that lersonally ho felt that repreienta. ions which had been made would istlfy leelslation, However, It 'was matter which would have to' bo coh for rnillc for ilia! in- stitution .to be snjipliMl at. four cents rcr ciharj. -.Meanwhile 'less milk is coming to Halifax, isnd ihc supply may yet no further lesselifd. ry If tho power to handle tlio tion, In cise of dlBpiites, mi placed In the hands of the Railway Commie sion. The delegates thought it would ho, though Controller Church, ot Tcronti said ho saw no reason why the mun- icipal authority itself should- not htvo direct authority In addition to Premier Borden, Hon. C. J. Dohefty, Hon. W. T. White and Hon.. J. b. Held heard tho dele- gation. Some forty representatives from Ontario and Quebec municipalit- ies were present aild from all parts of Canada, eudovslns the stand of the deputation. were some ____ law, Port Arthur, Calgary, Saskatoon Regina, Sault Ste. Jferle and Kam loops. It Was not anything she said, It was liot'anythlng she did, U was tho' movement of her head, The lifting of her lid; Her little motions when aim spoke, The presence of an upright soul, The living light thut from her broko It was tho perfect whole. It. 1'crklhs. Mr. Kllpatrlck leaves tomorrow night for Medicine Hat, whero ho will In future. The Mlssea Couilns, of Medicine lat, who were guetts with Mrs. A. B. Ives, have returned home. Misa Shaw, of Vancouver, afrlVen this morning.'to spend the 'winter with her sister, Mrs. El A. Ewort. Mrs. h. D. Bedford and Ben, have gouo on an extended visit'to Waterloo, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Horace FonJ, Tenth Among the telegrams from Wl'nn'ipeg, '.Mooto OFFICIAL REPORT EMBALMS IICIION GIVES "ROBERT ROGERS CREDIT FOR BRINGING COAL MINE FORCBS.TOGETHER' Ottawa, annual report of the Department of .Labor, Just is- Bued, states that-industrial disputes to. the number of eighteen Were dealt with under tile Investigation Act dur- ing the fiscal "year -19J.1-12. The re- jort'o'f the Labor for ho period shows that during.life five lire Act-has in force, It has been Invoked In "124 cases, in ourteen of which strikes were avert 1 In 1911-12, there weYo'.fojir strik; tor-onqnfry. or Indus disimtes generally reported in the calendar year 1911 was 97, as ag- ainnt .84 in 1C10. In '1803 there were .123 and in 1303 "ihcra 'were 160. Tile report, in this connection, tays: r 4 "Having in mind the "largo-increase of population in the intervening per- iod, the present reedrtl wo'iila street South, celebrated the twelfth anniversary of their wedding'at home last night. A number of -Invi ed guests were present, and a mqs enjoyable time was spent. Dr. Gilchrist, of Chicago, will arriv in tho city about tire twelfth of th month, and will In future be asso dated with Dr. 0. J. Courtice. Mrs. E. N. Higinhotham, who was have gone to Calgary to attend a meeting of .the. Diocesan Board of the Auxiliary of'tiia Anglican Church, is ill with an attack of broil Miss Dixon, of Dundas, 'who Is U house guest with Mrs. J. 0. Wilson, was the raison d'etre of an Informal thimble tea, given by Mrs. J. W. Me- Nicol this afternoon. t. Mrs. H. M. Whiddinglon, welcomed many visitors during the late, after- noon yesterday on the occasion of her first receiving day this, autumn'. Pink and 'white ehrysanthiemums gracefuiiy adorned the dining table. close of tho evening'service tomoT- The wedding of Florence K. Gib- sou, daughter of tlie late William K Gibson, of Paisley. Scotland, to Archibald S, Fleming, -of C'oifai, Wash., was solemnized at Spokaue on Monday, Oct.' 28tb. The bride was, until a inember of the Cen- tral sckool staff in this city. i i An interesting double wedding took Placo last night in All Saints' Church, at 7 o'clock, when Miss Maria Eliza both hiiey, and iliis' Emliy Frances Iffley, two sisters "of Mrs. F. II. Holmes, 2347 Peace avenue, were mar- Miss Marie Elizabeth Riley was ma fled to Johi) Halstead, division trelgh agent, C. P. R., Calgary. Her gowi was of white charmeuse satin, with Jong court train, panel of Carrickma croas laco down front, from bodies to foot, of skirt, CarHckmacross lace fichu and pearl trimmings, long tulle veil with coronet of orange blossoms, shower bouquet of bridal roses and velley lilies, 'and the groom's gift, pearl. and diamond pendant set in platinum .on platinum chain. Mr. Arthur Riley, of Vancouver (brother of the gave, her away., The bridesmaid was Miss Agnes Halstead, tlie groom's sister, 'who wore white satin with pale blue velvet trimmings, big' Wack velvet1 .-hat with white plumes, and sheaf of .white chrysan- themums, tied with long.satin stream- ers, and the groom's gift, pearl bracelet. Tho flower girl'. was Jean Littie, who .wpre 'white embroidered Organdy, with pink sash, lace mob cap with tiny pink and she carried a basket of roses, with big .bow on dandle. She wore the groom's gift, a ;old bracelet. The best man was Dr. Cleidennan, ils gift a pearl tie pin. "At ths same time Miss Emily Fran- es Riley was married [o Mr. George Wyburn Edmonds, of Victoria.- The ceremony was performed by Rt. lev. Cyprian Plnkhain, Bishop of the Diocese.of Jour- iL FALL FASHIONS FOR MEN Gentlemen, you are Avondering where to buy your Fall Suit and Overcoat. Lei us, advise you where to Kpend your money to the best iid vantage. s Tho materials AVO are showing in both suits and ovei coats for this 'season are of the highest stand- ard. Styles aio of the latest and fabrics the ncwes.1. We guarantee values for money and peilect fit. Prices in Overcoats range fiom: Pi ices in Suits range from: HUDSON'S BAY CO. The marriage of Sir Baden-Power anrl I Miss Olive Soatae., on I-----V'UP9 and aodetleg An Afternoon Tea to show seme i.mproVe'iuent' .of feeling as .between einjiloj'ers and employees. Of the' disputes, too Dost yea the liiilldliig 'trades were' responsibl us usual, for a larger proportion tlm any otlior singls grout) ot iudustr} (liEjiuicii In the .building 'trades havlui turalled fiir- the the groill of industries coming noxt in orde were tho moml workers, clothing trades and. tTansportiition industries .The coal mining industry, however included the greatest industrial Strug gle of the year, .that, namely, o[ the Western eoal mines, the severest in diistrlal struggle in Canada tor. many years; the mines belnj; closed for eisht months. "It is Interesting to record that the conference which resufted in u set- tlement of the dispute were inaugurat- ed by personal efforts on the part of Hon. Itobert Itogers, Minister of the Interior, who, being In the vicinity of the dispute, Induced the imrlles to start negotiations isnpprccialx'd by both especially so when the tea is viglil; and served riglif. A pot Yjfour tea-or. a cup of our chocolate is just the thing for these sharp days. KILLIEN'S Formerly Snhweilzers Phone 1036 d'OS 3rd A vcn no ,S. HObMER Hosmcr, Nov. Ladies' Aid of the llosmer Presbyterian chrrch gave a lea on Thmsdu iftcrnoon it the Oddfellow's hall, which was well attended by a number of these inter- ested in church work An informal dance was given at the opera house on Thursday evening in honor of Miss Kcllj', who Is leav- ing Hosmcr.. The arrangements were muriodly made, but resulted in a pleus'ant evening. Tlie visit o! some ol tJic Halhnve'en masked -rev- ellers, caused considerable amusement, and they joiced in the dancing. John N'ossip has taken' ovcc the management of tbo opera houEij and promises great iolptoveinch'ts in the vay q! heatfng and genera] arrange- ments for tho comfort ot the public of Hosmcr. To Get White Swan Yeant Cakes It you can't ga While Swan Yeast from your Kl'ocer, tfond your name ami addrofsr, and wo. will !rw. samjilo of White Swan Yoanl Onlrc-j .iiicl wlint. In your lowr, koeps 11. Willie Swan Spleen I Cereals. I.imitled. Toronto, Out. I to Miss OJIve Soaincs. oh Wednesday was recognized .by the Boy Scouts of the United Kingdom, who combllMfl in the presentation of a gift -to -'their organizer. The subscvi efs were .confined to, the .hoys? of Great Britain and' ea'c'h whom contz'Ibuted two cents, nearly being raised. The guard of houor at tlie Wedding was formed en- tirely of Boy Scouts. The Art Neediework Club fully entertained the husbands of "the members at the home' ol Mrs. Wii, liEhi Scott, last evening. Six tables of euchre, in play, the favors Ing won by'Mrs. J. W. Boulton and Mr. D. H. Elton, 'while the consola- awarded 'Mrs. J. Jones an Mr. L. H. Fowler. Mrs. C. F. P. entertained at a dinner party lust enilig, in honor of her house guest Comtesse Stefan de Sapielm, of Lon don, England. A basket of Richniom roses centred the board, while baa lists of feathery grasses were place- at the corners. Covers were, -laid to ComtesEo Stefan de Snpiehn, Hon. Mr Justice Walsh, A. G. Macltay, K.C., o The Ladies' Ald-fl'totte Edmonton; Mr. Mrs. A. C. D tist Church met home' of Mr Leader last evening .and decided hold a pumpkin pieisocial in the has meat of. the church Best Tucsdj e'ning. Electrician jifayes, -.Whtj ic tures at Monday e ening, will supply part of the''ir gram for the concert after -he" si' per. 9 i regular'meeting of Ma-ple Le Chapter, No. 7, the Eaeter Star, will bs held on Tuesday 'nes in' the .Masonic Temple, at 8 o'cloc, On this occasion the Chapter will r celve an official visit from the Worth Grand Matron of the Grand Chapte of Alberta, Mrs. Isabella Duff, ot Old 'omTthfe Worthy Grand Patron, S. Blair, of Calgary. Westminster Guild of Knox Chure: will hold a devotional meeting o'. Monday evening, when. Miss Bemiet will read a paper on "Biidda." Mis Hawkey is in charge of the nmsica part of the programme. The Young Men's Bible class o Wesley Church particularly urge r full attendance afternoon It Is desired to organize tomorrow with an enrolment of not less than twenty-five. Mrs. C. F. P. Conylieare, Mrs. R. J. lordon, Miss Browning (London snd Miss Elaine Conybeare tho Gait Hospital yesterday, in behalf of the Flower Guild, and ilis- rilmted bouquets of Shasta daisies. Bianchanl, Mrs. -Byas, or Pasadena; Mr. and Mrs. .R. 13. Sha'n- and Mr Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. Robert James Stuart announce the engagement of their Idest daughter, Lileoli Joyce, to Mr. Gilbert Francis Cardell, of Calgary, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. John Cardell. The marriage will take place very quietly on November SO. Strangers and visitors are especial- invited to tho "Pleasant Sunday whicli will lie held hi the Hidgc, Oct. 30....A snow basement-of Wesley Church, at tho s'orm Qn night stopped threshing operations lor a time. cver, most of the threshing is doiie. Several farmers contemplate hold- ing their grain, until spring. The inci'il depression is Ix'ing relieved so that our farmers need nal suffer from congestion of the market, that ALBION HIDGE CHURCH SERVICES ST. ANDREW'S' ,13t hstreet and 7th avenue .north. Rev. A. C. Bryan- will commence hie -pastor- ate. Sunday services at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday school at 3 p.m. All are welcome: FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, Bank block. 11 a.m. Wednesday evening testimony meeting S p.m. Tho reading room is open to'everyone every day from three to five p .m' Everyone is cordially in- vited to attend. WESTMINSTER CHURCH (JIE- 'Joseph Woodsworth pastor, will occupy the pulpit at both ervices 11 a.m. and p.m. Sunday chool and bible class ai 3 p.m. All re heartily welcome. ST. PAUL'S FIRST .t.the home of Rev. C. Grant, 1509 th avenue south. Sunday, Novem- service on the second and fouith Sun (lays. Matins 11 a 1.1 Baptism i p in Evensong 7130 p hi CHURCH OP JESTJS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY O Ball, 10th St.' S, near Y M C 9.45 a.m. Ofllcers and teachers meet Ing; 10 a. m., Sunday School; 2pm Sacrament meeting. Visitors always welcome. Bishop E. S. Young, No. 1 1st Ave. S. Phono 1185 ST. AUiJUSTlN'S CIlURCH-Cor- ner Second Ave. ami Eighth St. Rev, J. B. .Murrel-Wnght, rector Holj Communion every Sunday 8 a.m., and on tho first Sunday of the montli at the 11 o'clock service. Matins 11 a.m. 1) m DA enfaong, 7 p.m. GERMAN EVANGELICAL LUTH- BRING INCAPABLE DOCTOR TO TRIAL MANITOBA AUTHORITIES WILL SEEK EXTRADITION OF DR. IF SEARLES WE ARE' ALWAYS AT HOVli: ;0r n visit Tl-oni tou loll cannot come Joo. often to lult us. We know lint you cniinot b I lortrnts nc lino sooner or .later ranting, some 'of onr Photographs As yon ore sufe to ,want tli.orn; Why n'64 have them The sooner you eit for i ure of poss.efilnj friends the pit-as, the would apprflcinfe so highly. Bosldee you ore y'ntingor torlny than, you will he loinorrrtw. TISE Tho Photographer lo Hap'tlst Church may occur. Dry-Farming Comrirss visitors were CHienco and Mrs. Hunt, Bcnj. Dav- is, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Northern'- and Miss Gladys Ingram, and Mr. and Mrs. James (jvrilliin. Those wishing lo ship grain find I diHicuIty in getting ears. One farmer found over sixty cars ordered ahead him at Noble. What about the three mails pet- week that we heard about some juonths ago Even those who take a place. 3, no service, pastor- will be ledicine- Hat. Wednesday, Gate- hismTniss 4.30 p.m.; Bible study, 8 .m. Thursday, regular monthly leettng of the Luther League. IFTH AVUNUB BAPTIST CHURCH, orner 5th avenue and ISth street ev. C. B. McKinnon, pastor. 11 a.m. nd 7.30 p.m. Sunday school, 3 p.m. rayer meeting, Wednesday, S p.m. hoir practice, Thursday 8 p.m. All welcome. THE -FIRST BAPTIST CHURCI 11 hold Sunday services In the Mori- leatrc at 11 a.m., and 7.30 p.m ev. A. C. AVatson will preach ible schocl will be .held in th lurch at three o'clock. ST. CYPRIAN'S CHURCH, ANGLI 6th avenue ami lltl Rev. Canon McMlllen, rector nday school and Bible class 3 p.m Communion a.ih. on the first and third Sundays and at the II o'clock Nor. 2. The department of tho iittttrnoy -gehern] has notified Pro-oocutbr Dov.'eh of M6M6u to prosecute Dr. Erakine on a charge of manslaughter. A warrnnfc has )een iseuetl for his arrest and if acc- ary ateiia will bo taken to ht-itig about jhis extradition. The Or'oWii authdritiea, i-n viett- of the.verdict re- :o the effect thu that Dr. Erskine, of -Searles, N. D., crimlualiv gulltv of was wnAv i, j. authorities, 1-n of the.verdict re- EHAV-Scrvices will be held at 710 turned by the coroners jury at Mather IBlh St., North Lethbriilge, at 10.30 yesterday, which a.m., and will be conducted by 'the Rev. 0. A. Groth in the German lan- guage. The German speaking populace cordially invited. ST. PATRICK'S Rev. A. H. Roseuthal, pastor, Rev. F. Miniwe gen, assistant. Mass 8 a.m. Children's niaas S.30 a.m. High Jlass 11 n.m. Sunday school 3 p.m. Evening service 7.30 p.m. Sermon at each service. KNOX Minister TORONTO'S CUSTOMS RECEIPTS Toronto. Nov. revenue collected at tile pert of Toronto estab- lished a new record fnr the inonih cr October, tin2. wltb an Increase of MOO.OOO over n year. ago. collections for the past seven months (he icr.inrkablo K.iln more timn over tho total for llir rsiipondinp pt'rlod of 1011. ity raised by merit alone to that proud emin- ence Alberta's B o s t Baking Powder is uniform, pure, is invariably dependable. Your gro- cer knows him. Rev. A. G. Cameron. Services 11 m. ami 7.130 p.m. The .minister will preach at both services. 'Morning subject. "Our Obligations." Evening We Miss." Sabbath school and Jilble classes at 3 p.m Chinese class at 4 p.m. 'Music for to morrow: Morning anthem, "Holy Re deemer" sob, "Love No the World" Miss Simm Evening: Anthem, "Harlc, Hark, Mj Soul" solo, "The King Lovo lly Shepherd, Is" Mr McGougan. Straugers and visitors al ways welcome. CHRISTADELPHIAN'S At Jighlh avenue A. Soulh; Breaking 6E Bread, -t p.m.; evening service, 7.30 ).m.: a lecture will be delivered bj Mr. Sidney T. Batsfonl, subject, "The True Faith, Which Church Has everybody welcome. Bring your Bibles. No collection.. WKSLBY JUv. T. P. jrry, pastor. Subject, 11 a.m., "T.ho "ompassionato Christ and tho Nc- lectcd Multitudes." Evening ect. "Certain Great Facts Con'cern- te Christ." The musics! In tho evening will bo specially attract- ive, wben the full choir will sing Stalnor's beautiful "0, Saviour of and other numbers. Sir. Gco. Mitford, tenor, and Rhynd. Jamieeon, 'liriioue, will sing. Sunday scuobl and Biblo class. 3 p.m. All are welcome. caused the death ot Mrs. William Mc- Lood, of Pilot Sound, by treatment during the birth of a child, are determined to bring the accused to trial; v MR. GREY'S DEATH GREAT LOSS Kenmaro, N.D., Nov. funer- al of G. M. Grer, chairman of the He- publican Stale central committee, "who died early yesfcerdny at Fargoj will be held here tomorrow-. Mr. Grey's illness extended over a period.1 of a year and a half. Jlis death, proved'a great to North Dakota political 'workers and others. He of a foailk here and one at Donneybroolr, and he was widely in- terested in fni'mliig, and. ivas a prac- ticing attorney. He was also interest- ed iii a newspaper-here. a widow with three children. He was A of the Uuiverelty of .Mlnue- sbta, 38 years old, and was iboru Penaylvinia. EDWARD HIGH SCHOOL FOR BOYS AND GIRLS Crannrook, B.C. Headmistress Miss Cherrtngton Oamftridgp. higher local honors certificate Birmingham Uni- versity education diploma. Fully Qualified Staff Terms for boarders and fay scholars on application to tho HeadmieiresK, SAVED BY SUSPENDER BUCKLE Chicago, Nov. package of of- ficial instructions and his suspender '.niekle, saved Policeman W. T; Peter- 'oii, from a fatal ijinh wound today, ''demon was slruck with, a stllluto by n Ilitllnn he hp.d arrnfited. The woa- :on v.'cut through tho In lOMceuinu's I'ight Irroiist iiocket, arid 'E jiclnl caught In tlie huclilc of his .uupcridfr. He was nllglltly wountlcd. ideal training home tor young Attractive loc'atlon. grounds. Plenty of wholesome home-cooked foods and rational Literary, art, rouglc, domestic science, commercial, elocution, etc. A thoroughly trained and practised faculty. Resident nurso. Moder- ate fens. College re-opena after Xniiis Vacation on January t> 'Robert I. Warner, M. D. D. Thomas, ;