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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, November 4, 1911. THK LETHBRIDCE. HERALD Page 5 thil Utwl ii on loot-nil il Ik. M nii tar, No. 753. When buying metal beds make sure of seeing the very newest designs and the very best values by asking the salesman to show you the IDEAL Line. Moil good storei sell them. Our trade mark identifies them. And you'll lee beds that combine beauty with the quality which iniurei lifelong service and latisfacdpn. Alk us (or name of dealer nearett you. for Booh Na. '140 IDEAL BEDDINQ I MONTRKAL WINNIPKQ LIMITED 28 Standard Furniture Co. Thi's Stprg can Outiit any Home With Furniture from top to bottom and do it to your sat- isfaction at Small Cost Foi ilus -week we 110 oiu of UK higosL lines ol in Lclliljiitlgc iml hue Ilicm ,ill inaiked vciy low Now is the time to get Ufa picture for the parlor, dining room, or den. .Opine in and look the line over if you arednteresteexl. are confident of the will pur- chaio here. STANDARD FURNITURE CO. >Ui St. SouUi Opposite Eureka tCSHiPIlt (I fa !A lea lid I hlLr Uni FJctUI 01 Raj liMjrui, tlio speakers at' tlle incct- ii on Sunihi lisi Mr Rcdil r review" of Ills missionary cxpcncnc- c niid ht president spoke of Mr different ideas of religion and luRUi- (K'S of worship. AI the of Uin Young Lad- les' Mulual Iraprovcinenl. Association J I Sundu 111" bpilils of Men v.us ihe subject discussed. Miss Hil- ner. Miss anil Miss Elsie .Wildc too'f part in Hie. discussion The Relief ..Society met on Thins-, dav at- the home of Mrs. F Ri. MclMdc. Mrs. Uennelt, of Ma- gralh, Stake I'vcsiilenl, and Mrs, Aferccr, Stake Councillor, were pres- ent to loud" their advice and encour.: to the of thc locil so cicly Threshing is general again in the vicinity of the Silling, and there i! iiope yet that" this part will bi threshed before the New Year Machines arc working all the hours of daylight. The C.P.R .has toiiKlit.a turbine ves iel from the Clyde paasengfjr service :or Pacific coast use. Lethbndge November, 1911 I beg to inform the -public that I have removed my Undertaking Parlors to more convenient and commodious premises at the cor- ner of 4th Avenue and 6th Street South Court AU work will receive my Per, sonal Attention T. S. FETTERLEY 4th Ave. and'6th St. S. News From the Neighboring Towns 'NEW DAYTON. New Dayton, Nor. Oslliiiid, ot Stirling, who has a home-, etnd adjoining Jno. Wnilwil, iiortli- asL of DnyLuri, was in lowu on 'luiEKday en route lo his (iirni. 0. A. Miller, of 'Kotl Shiiw, Mou- (a'UR, who 'is well known at New Dayton, "having, lived hcira Inr some time, is back visiting old' [ilcncls. Mrv Miller.Is iiow .1 Knight ol the Clrlp. tho funeral, nig unole, who died Saturday Ml. from heart failure. who. boon the point of death for somy days :from, iiotnorrhitro of the Etouiach, In now improving. Thi attending phydclan ftitrlbuteN her recovei-y to the careful attention Goollnlcht superintended the nursing. The District VUltor, n littte publica- tion circulated through tho Lothh.-ldfe (liBtrict by Sunday School in Oanada. A bundle is distributed inontniy at Raymond, Stirling mid New Dayto'n. J-iitoiiBive aUeralions have been made In' the''telephone ollice at nay- lll'jlKl. The booth has been moved uio ynd of the counter and H vlo Mr. and Mrs. Cbas. .Unycart left th> only ono of 118 kind yesterday morning .for 'Troy, Ohio, where tliey will spend the winter. Samuel Cnusjnii, who is ill at thc lomo of Jas. is not iui- >rovlng and Icars fur hjs recovery arc inlcriaincd. He Is now unabie to be loved. 'jieads to the ollleo through -iho New Paytqn has a rcpiilallon tor j.vion whero the booth stood. tilings''wiiliuut'ur.cab-ostcnlai' K. Ellison, vice president of On Wednesday "I this week Knight Sugar Go.', and president .of the local switchboard and less McKay, nephew of J; T. Milling and Elevator Co., and 'late-of was so severely Injured by falling oiTai'iii Miss Viilliii Sl-ovel'weut qul- timber a few weeks ago, is now able. to Letiilmdgc and were mar-i." and yMterday mornins STIRLING Stirling, .Nov. _ The two steam plows working on the Alberta Wheat Growers'. farm'tlili fall had to cease operations and have pulled in. Mrs.- II. Slieltcld relumed Thurs- day from Diamond City, where she went, -to' attend a Hallowe'en party given "by Mrs. Dr. D'Atc. Nels Addler, who has been working in Lcihbriilgtyis home to Stirling on a visit. Alfred Ohristenson, who has been hauling eonl from the mines at Taber to the railway, during the past sum mcr anil fall, Is "home to .Stirling working on the threshing outfit .01 Chris. Mclson, Mrs. Sdiaffer is visiting [laughter, Mrs. JIartha Folson Canlston, this week. Mr. Douglas, trouble man for Why the Suit We Make nas uass. -ITT-Ettudyyour w her the tly icd. Mr. and Mrs.; McKay returned y the evening train' and wilt he iiests of Mrs.- McKay's .parents till londay, when they will go to live rjlhe-wintcr on home- lead cast ofTerriil's I.'ake.' R. P. Atkins pulled his big thrcsli- ig outfit to Raymond this wceK and ill spend thc remainder of the fall ir.cs.hing- in that: district. Threshing nearly completed, only, a few nalH jobs remaining. .'New.OJayioii- as the yea.r'of niade tils way to the company's office .with the aid of 'cruteh'js. Mr. TaltMs -Ihe'first of a series of BOrmons on "The Tab'" Ta'ika 'of .IGBU'S" at the service nn. Sunday night. The subject will be "Th'3 Alastor's Stission." The story of the writing of the hymn, "Blest be .uie1 Tio that Binds" will be told. (iovernmcnt Telcplionc system, was in town on Tuesday anil' made some (he elevator phone. Mrs. JlcC'arty, Mrs. Redd and Mrs. Anderson, of the Raymond Relief So- ciety, paid a friendly I'afl to the STIRLING New StirlineY, Nov. Fred Miller Tom Seven Persona, j causing them to run away. The whif- netrees and harness were smashed, wm ic first- district, sbutluot libtlihrldgo' mailo avisit Miller's father i clean up thc stubble and motlrer, -Mr.'and.Mrs. 31. Miller ily more plowing done -than. any" on Thursday -her part of the country. On the Arch Jeffries had his team standing hole the yield has been good and" "ear the A..K. and i. station when an grade very much better than automobile drove up and scared them, any parts-of the south. A- surprise was sprung on thc i xr M IJUt no damage..was done to horses cud. oi a popular young Nejy aua wagon; tlle n couple, when they hied-themselves; m mv vicinity of'R, thbridgn on Wednesday last and'nousc. were quietly married. The principals.) jsf.'C.Boysoh is loading sugar lAiots were Mr George Harrison Whitsel, siding.for shipment to the son of John Whitscl, of New Day-j Knight Sugar Co... Raymond. .11. M. ion, and -Miss Jessie Alberta Wether-' Watson, of the. Taylor elevator, has elt, daughter of Jas. Wetherelt, of. tlie contract of.weighing the Stirling Terriil's The ceremony -was ,'Jnipinents. performed by thc Roy. A. M. Gordon, j Irving, .gasoline expert of Cal B I) i mister of Knox Puiln tcmn who has been spending the last tluicli Itllilmil'O m the tnl 'e lieelts tlle Wfcoline engine at Ihe church 1 sis, Ima m mnk tei 01 fho wliiit Mi 1 H Diuicm of is an i-.MM.-d OIL Imde tlle 'mclme B iry J hursdaj monnng Vv. ,Jr o rllt la Clxl a-nighter of Ca.dsto i Siting dt pail} left Ilit In tin, culling tne homp of j, trim for fafirllng from Inch pHce Wjl to Qiegon ol v Hie dioie to Ntft rahireil t >j pmi jr R folmstoti I ouis Avcdding' dinner ivas served in Melzs'ir and -Miss Wateon were vlBlt- Dayton -Hotel. Mr. and Mrs, :ors to Lethnridge since theJast issue A'liitsel -will he at home at Comreyj Stirling news. Mnc'rla, Whitscl has a .A urominent farraenof this district loraoslcail. The young couple carry: j last Sunday, to drive his the hesl. 'wishes' of -a liost; Stirling Society on Thursday after- noon and spoke''words of encourage- ment to them. Mr. and Mrs. Jordan, of Oregon, who have been spending the summer visiting friends in Cardslon, arc now on their way home, and spent a few days with'Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Nel- son and Mr. and Mrs. R. Scclcy, o! Stirling en route. Ernest Schaffet and bis sister Lena came in from the homestead district on Tuesday of this week and at night Mr. Sclmflcr and Fred Davis attend- ed the Hallowe'en party given by the Mutual tmprovciucnt Associations in Raymond. j On Thursday oi this week a Stir-i ling young man, Leland- Holman, i when riding on the road between the I old bank building and the school, was thrown: from'his horse and'nar- rowly escaped serious injury. His foot hi some way became fastened in Ihe stirrup and jie was not able to extricate himself, for some time and was dragged a considerable distance He was ablo.to get up, but in tompling.io.gol home he was com-, Pellud to lie down and rust several I limes. Retling to. the house he collapsed and Dr. Keillor was sum-' inoned hones ire biokcn and bc- re slnkinB up a few ibout the luces and legs and on head he will be It will be niussary for ond a ruiscs car- we cut your clothes to suit your particular re- quirements exactly. In addition we use fabrics of "Special are made exclusively for merchant uilors and which can be found ONLY in tailor-made clothes. RIDPATH CASH TAILOR Hull Block 3rd Ave. S. r DD ATLANTIC L..r rt. STEAMSHIPS r DD 'ATLANTIC V_-rrC STEAMSHIPS Jl CHRISTMUS bcupsion Bates Great Britain, Ireland, Scandinavia, Tke CiitiMBt On Sale Daily Nov. I Oth to Dec. 31st ST. LAWRENCE SAILINGS Empress of Ireland .Frl, Nov. 17 Lake Champlaln .Thur. Nov. 23 ST. JOHN-LIVERPOOL Emprcit of Britain Dec, Lake .....Sat. Dec. 9 Empress of Ireland ..Fri. Dec. 15 Complete details and berth reservations from any Railway Agent, or write J. S. CARTER, Gen'l. Agent, 450 Main St., Wlnnipeo- should lake inlercsfc.'arid' '.in inn to riiinaiii m bed IOL scicrnl days. of fiic'iuls at New .lie -Herald -joins. Dayton, in which i WAKNEK mm Noxcmbtr 3 lirgo put through some thj igo elicit 7 I SIu.jnnl hi.s rntirf: stock, stove, and real es7 fate holdings to Losey. and 1-falnirasti The linn look posst-ssion innni, tliately and large shipments of good: are arriving, ilailj'. It; is rumored that tlic considoration was 000 "Mr MicpuU I.OSI heir inlfiitions of laying cement-walk Lu'o of the (j lots on which he siorc stands. Mr. Gra'dy and Mr. Mohan will al- so put in cement walks, which will nalic-foiir and a half hlocks of niono- itliic walks for Warner, A farmer seen loading wheat into a today, said he was getting 56c. or it, while thc local elevators' was 3fic. is in piogrcss dgim he inclement weather of the past team and wagon up to Ji cnal enr, load, it up and drive home. Admitting the inconvenience caused by strike we can.hardly see the Necessity of hauling the fuel aay. air. Romerill, superintendent of ir- rigation works between Raymond and Stirling', has imported nhva pure bred, sneep oC the short woo! breed for th< irngatiou company's farm south _o Stirling.. The flock came from Olio coles and wore unloaded on Thursdnj A new lelegraph instrument u-ecn in the A.' R. and I. sta tion. Stirling la an important tele about point owing to its heing a continue hll'icrion and the ;fact (hat all tele Drains fioni ihe south have for the Hahr.rast will carrv out' to transmitted nere. .The Cardston branch handles irains and messasfes hy phone. Ross, of the Co luinbla County Bank of St. Helens, Oregon, who hns been a'visftor at-the Jowa farm thi-5 fnll, writing to H. H Johnston, manager of tho farm, said: 'I much pleased with your good country and 1 wish to congrat- ulate you on your methods of farm- ing. Were it not Tor.removing capital rrom our country, which Is also a new one, should like to take a hand in enterprise." camo up with "A. C. Hohrnstedt, president of the Bohrns't'adt Farming Co., and ,.n.Bl improves Cardston to Register a Protest rront page) Uhilr it is gLatiuint, I0 per ooil general business, it is to be re- in' III it tlle illLtil silc of liquni flourishing. There seems to be no irTiouIty for 1'be young men to oh- ain tlic wlieren-illml to. become jii- loxicnlcii'as often as tliey -Is (lie law (his lax, or is it a-.matter of tlie inspector's failure lo do his (liitv? Raymond, Nov. daughter was born to Mr. nnd Mrs. John Menu on Friday morning. .Mrs. Stewart Card was a visitor, to Taber on Wednciday and Thurtday I and was--accompanied from Loth-1 bridge by Mrs. Dave Clemls. -'They i visited their- brother in Taber.' I Two new threshing outfits pullcil I Into Raymond thie week. Strain Bros) j of How taliiml corning acroM country i and H. P. Atkins from New Dayton, i B. Robinson, mU-jlomry of the eniirch of Jesus Christ of Litter Day Saints to .Missouri In tha Central HtatijR niission, arrived nt. Stirling on j Wednesday and was driven lo Kay- j riKinrl. L'r, J. S. Wnii" was in Lvthhridiie (Continued from engine pit "vey at (.hG.station nearlyvall nigh the 1st and 2nd.. Kalp from teth "ridge was -required before mattori, were righted in the yard here Some uamagc. (0 the track was b'ains re paired today. Considerable grain from the vicinity or Ulenwood is going to Brocket foi inai-KM. Thiu is a slation on the Urow's Nest and tho farmers claim a lllc per bushel better price when freights and grades are considered Cardston ought to get better freight rates and keep the grain coming this way. 1-i'are-is more Work for the uoard of Trade which they should.do their part. A City Battalion Following Mr. Conybcarc in a ihort adilress, W. A liroiiiincnce to Buchanan, the military training this they might be good of the that he might he of service to hii country m time of trouble T ClarL rcviewcil the work 'of the tluH ituring the'j ear, m his an- nual report ah secretary. He empha- the publicity which had been b-v thc club Grown In this, connection he sug- gested tiiat an infantry battalion' he Thc program of speeches was in- terspersed hj songs from Messrs. Cooper, Gibson and Faire, and piano Dictator is Needed in China (Continueri from front Kevolutionisls can hardly be said to' have "seized" Shanghai, Wu Sung other upriver forts. Tt was simp- y a change of Control in which prac- 'ically -everyone actinfesed. About ten- Jeojj'je were killed and injured but the casualties wero mostly du'a to explos- on or dynamite used to open gates ot cities which was prematurely ex- ploded. The arsennl In Shanghai has a ca- tacity for a great output and is now completely ..maimed and JH op- erated. It can manufacture tartridges daily. The powder factory, rnich is the largest "in China, is well locked. Admiral Sim's squadron hat; cpsnded entirely upon this ntf powder factory for supplies. Up to six o'clock tonight there has ot been a sing'e case of disturbance within the foreign Battlement. Many lorelgngors visited the ai-senal and everywhere were treatd with the ut-, most courtesy. formed in the citv, and thought that [solos hj Messrs. Jones and Wade, all the might bft prevailed upon to nmko accommodation.' for sueh a military unit m the armory, which is to be built in the city in the near- future. He believed, that the clubs should get behind the movement and give it all -possible Tn'onlcr that the club -might be put ipon a sound financial basis, from which they could carry out the many important matters which would corny bcfoie them, he suggesteiVthat life membership Fee he made a substantial ftgurc to provide the necessary funrls. He was buaitilv in sjmpalhj, he said, .with Mr. Conybearc's proposal to ;procure permanent club quarters, that this would tend lo give, the organization n socinl significancn which would aid greatly in carrying nit their H. A. .Smith in a few brief re- narKs coneuncii prcMOiis speaker's suggestion mili- ary training, and suggested that the nembers of the club join the rifle ssoeiation, is wanting aid, is it is one ot the first duties ofev-: able citizen to equip liimscli- so I of winch were heartily received. The singing of the National brought to A close one of tbt enjoyable' evenings ipent by UK cluh, "and gave it a fine start OB an- othei year's irrf'ilnm'for' ttix em- pire. Asthma Catarrh A rimpk, Hh mn4 tTMtBMtfv to rhitl trouWci. without aUmuh drun. The ALL DRUGGISTS CnMttIM Anll- Tilileu ft- Not Enough British in Films (Continued from Front PICK.) flag, fur they are thc future citizens of this great. Empire, on whom tlic glory of thc Empire will depend. He- ferrini; lo the. action taken by cer- tain citizens of Toronto in -their ci- fcrt to replace Amrriem) films in the. moving picture theatres with films dcjiiiHing our ting anil our own militia, he thought that was UIR- lu ivlilcii the Overseas Club SUMMER ALL WINTER Keep the bo.iiSG warm and you m-lll tiie expense ot a trip in winter; you will keen all your family together and in health. To do this yon will need the Hot Water Hosting System, and for economy, efficiency and regularity you will waut a Hot Water Boilers It allows you to have flowers In the bouse and comfort year, round. Its firebox absorbs all the heat'Into thc water, and there is DO chinco of a dull fire through an accumulation of 'Owing to special construction fcho heat is all kept in the boiler; this cuts your coal .considerably. TJie non-leaking n.ush-nipple joint and ether arguments.we will gladly tell you about If yon write UK for further information and booklet. Wt alio carry in stock completf line of plumbing METALS, LIMITED CALGARY. ERMONTPN. LETHBRIDOE. ;