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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Tiiflscliiy, November Tire LimriwrnoE DAILY HERALD BLUE RIBBON TEA AND All the other Blue Ribbon Goods, the Cottoc, the linking Powder, ihc Ex- tracts and tlm Jolly Powder, are easily in a class by tliomselvys. They arc fiunouB as the pitfe food family. 'I'he family f Hat'10 guaranteed to please. If they don't please you, your money will Ue-Clioci'fully refunded. Try them; BIG MEN ARE BEHIND THE To Build Railway From Hudson's Bay to Pacific Coast Montreal, Nov. aiminnice- MILADI BY M r-'HONEB: Office, 1224 I till We only hero for ii years, Nothing oiir bwii but the silent Loving'or Haling" nothing'can last, Kneli leads, to a silent fold; Oh what is it'all, when all is told! Wlia I is it wlicn all is .Swayne, sister ot the llcv. Ar- Tliis ceaseless toiling for lame and; tliur W.'Swayne, of the Archbishop's K'jld .Mission at Warner. The llectlug Joy. or tiller tears, Miss Swayne her nursing training at the Evelina hospital for j children in London, and her fanvlly j have for generations practised jucili- cine in Urlslol, England. .llrs. C. S. Farrow "was hostess of a Jiarty on Saturday afternoon in honor of her son, Kenneth's, eleventh {birthday. Games of various kinds What is it all, jnst passing thru, nienl is just made here of the cross.for Ine anil a cross for you. j ivere in which a sumptu- ranKemenls to construct a railway j Ours seem heavy, while others seem ous repast was enjoyed; candles and from Hudson's across the Peace! tiny pumpkins forming the decoration Cloil in the end makes all-things 01 (lie dining table. iver district and throuKh to the those hiddei, included Lipiiing- aclnc coast hy tie Allot la. 1'ea o, ii-cll, Dolcie Linpih.jwell, lioris fftitt, Hn-c-rnndl-.asten, Hallway '-.Ho "tempers the wind" will, such Marjory l.ehmailn, Vera Dodds, pany has Irt ml it one u U 1 ran% ,jo rf names in iMigliiid, such us Io. Lord each can Milton lit. Hon. Lord 1U., jt'ook, Kolan.l Huston, Neil Thbmn- changes life's .gray into licaveiily.j sUn, Eligenc! Fari'pw, Kenneth Far- WON LIFE MEMBERSHIPS IN DRY-FARMING CONGRESS Jwp Went 'to Saskatchewan, One to British Columbia, and Two to the United States .Ufa memberships in the Inter- national Dry-Fanning Congress were awarded to exhibitors at the Dry- Farmed -Products exposition for ex- cellence In some sjrecial class, each lifo membership being of tlio value of and caiTyiug Lho 'privileges of tho Congress aiitl tlie literature pub- lished by it during the lifetime of the holder. Tho winners of this coveted prize were: G. C. Harvey, Indian Head, Sask.; .T. Bullied, Garlevalc, Sask.; V. Axel- son, Hnxtou, Colo.; F. D. Nicholson, Salmon Ann, Ii. -C.-; Madras, Ore. Hon. Criiy Wilson, .lames Milling-; ton ami others, besides Kr'ancis t'o-i chine, of Amsterdam, Holland. The company will proceed tu build: four hundred miles of line unmeU'atc- gold All I that is all, when all is told. ly the snow is ofi the the first portion of tho roacl licint; in tne Edmonton io i'cacc Hivcr country, J. H- tlie company's engi- neer being already out in thai sec- tion. Tiie company lias in vitvr a colonization scheme and intends even- tually to establish a tine of. steamers across Hudson Bay to Knglonu foe Jlrs. Malcolm Young. Mrs. Li H. Fowler. Mrs. O. Wilson and afterwards [on the first and third Wednesdayu of the: month. aiid Gordon Morrison. Mrs. (Rev.) Joseph Woodsworth taking tl.e wheat cfop'out at the end will receive on Thursday aUcrnoon of the season. The group is first time, since coming to the Mrs. Uenjamln Hussell and wee i son, who 'have bfeen visiting with Alr'S: William Stafford, Westminster rciad, liuve returned'to'Calgary. Mrfci J. D. Higlnbotliam; who lias been at Clifton iSfirlugs, New York; Is at present visiting in Detroit, aiid is expected homo" in a couple of weeks. t group one in Canada. We Sell For Less-RYLANDS -CO.-We Sell For Less Yesterday was our Iticky camo along jnsi we needed something new to brighten up otu1 stock. lloJcfl' vis his entire lot, and they are certainly beauties.' the coats are lilted with Skinner's Guaranteed Satiiis. Words fail, to describe them alL You must come in tomorrow and see them. .The-best news ol' all AVO'bought them at a Avonderful 'reduction and We pass the b'argiiiii 'on to you. Sixes 34 to 40; prices to 137.50. Children's Blanket Coats witfi la: Well, they're here at have been looking for these .coxy'Iitfcla blanket for tlie past month. So many cus- tonieis watited for these coats that half oC them went yes- terday. Better bring the child down in the morning. Sizes to. 10. .Flannelette Nightgowns on sale as 'We wont pretty strong on Night Gowns this season, and "we 'libiiesUy Hint collection Is the largest iii tlie 'city. All Rinds still sixes are" here, from (be clalibrata em- broitlcred at ?2.50 down to the plain and useful at f tie New Winter Style Books Each issue of the style book surpasses the last. The Winter Style Ijook is certainly worth with it you gel. any patterns free; you'll find :i hundred and one things in it besides styles. JIow io make useful holiday gifts, etc. Are tlie Best .Oncfl again we say Warner's Rust Proof Corsets arc best. There's hardly room for .argument for WARNERVS is the bluest, selling fine hi .the Slates, and it won't be long he-fare the majority of '.rsthbridge Indies are wearing them; eight models from to n Fifteen 'Crochet -yourself an aviation cap or a inulllci1 or a skating cap, out this soft 'fluffy yarn. You can hardly mention' a shade but we have it; fiood sizo skeins for I fie. Al! Leatlser Hand Bags Excel- 'alue New York Hiintl llass, tha-t flhould sell for Wo bought heavily and secured ah extra good bargain. Tho hags aro just the proper nnd aro all Iqallier. Iks. Liill, mothfei1 of Mrs. I. Hoope-r, Fourteenth street South, is receiving congratulations toddy tin the a'tlaiii- Mr- Dourque is in Edmonton for a ment 88th Mrs. Liili short visit v.'iis borii in the New England Slatesj Ijiit' nibved West a -Very yoiiiig Mrs. Thomas, of Minneapolis, who! was one cC tlie pioiieei-s has been on an extcnrttd visit with'of-St. Paul: Ainohg those sending her daughter, Mrs. .1. Simpson, good wishes was 'Mrs. J. J. Hill, will return home on Thursday. _ _____ Mrs. McKcggie of Toronto, who has been a giicSt ilrs. (T. W. Robin- son, left yesterday to visit in 1 eniit Mrs. Patton, of Coutis, who has been ill at tlic Gall hospital, was sufficiently recovered to return home yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. George Lane, Ciil- annotthce the cngagenient of their daughter, Annie Mabel, to Rev. Clubs and Societies The of the First Baptist chinch will meet this eAtnmg with Mrs. -C. Leader, Ate., at seven-thirty ihe Ladies' VnUouelj ot the first Diplist clinch ill meet it thfed o clock aftentodn at ilie church." 'i cluirch, the marri- age'to take place December 4. the 25c_eacb A snap in sbaiters. You will find these at Ihc notion counter; clear cut crystal with nickel tops. fexpny Ihc P A oi fat Cyprian's Uiurcli iffe'd a iijobt dthghtful social list Hallow c'eh gimca of all kutdL fuiinshed spklidid entertain tnenl for the number present Mr. II. Nesblttt manager of Merchants Bank, has tit'en Hospital soueij fiitt at transferred to Wti.tiaskiwin. Tic ifi a Of William llendetson soiv-in-lavv uf furmerly aftcrhooii and it was ex- pf Lethuridge. _ Icncdingly no'te tlie pres- i.eiice of qiiitq a number of nsw mem- Miss Jackson, of the Central school jbcrs. yeslerdav received ilie sad news'! The ladies decided to increase the that her sister, who is attending jam0iint spent" each month on fruit school at (irimsby, had lost an eye for ii0.spital from to NEWS of NEW Linens You Can Trust TO SATISFY FOLK IN LINENS has long success with us. People believe in our linens because long acquaintance with these particular makes has proved every excellence, and made cer- tain all that We claim for them Table linens are Christmas gifts thul tlie housekeeping friend always appreciates.'iire gifts that combine utility-, and beauty. to show you some of her'_ treasures iintliiilib times out ol' ten she will you linens, perhaps or maybe a- -.collection of daintily wui'iuHl doilies, and" con-' j it scnrl' -given to her i ye.ars'agtnv good hooks', groAv more fascifa-, alliig generally delights in' 'adding to Lei1 store, that is if they arc good linens and through ,suoh as you j will get at this store. Wo arc rather proud of our linen stock, not' only because it is the finest in this section, but because we hate it some of the best liilcns arc sent from abroad. with: its peculiar facilities for bleaching lias'given to the world linens which, can hardly be surpassed for durability and soft silky appearance. We are cafi'yiilg a full range of pure Linen '.table Napkins, and Fancy Lin- 'eiis of'alt''descriptions, which, have beenj the old fashion method of glass this combined with the isue Uinosp.lic.ic ol Ireland, is conducive to the hist lesults) Qiti prices' itie the A 013- lowest consistent AVith quality. The Hudson's Bay Co. .Wore of thitt soft heavy woight iiji'iiiicluUu hi stript'a; good for underwear purposes; worth easily 12 l-2c. SkensofMen-' Be Lter dafn overythlng yon liavo, when you can net such quality cf darning yarti at low ;i as the result oE ment. them Is try cxperi- Mrs., F.. A. SlKirhian is recuperat- ing rapidly afkr her-recent operation at tlic Ga'lt hospital aiid will he able the following oliiccrs elcdted in two The society will meet again i weeks' 'Unas at the sainc place. i m Wesley fcpworth League held a business -meeting lost evening whett to return home Thursday. Wednesday or R.-'-S.' Shaw arc leav- K. W- Hiichanan. First L, Vcritirk. Second Shantz. Third Howsert SHORTER MEALS LOMfe LIVES ENGLISHMEN AfiE GOING TO .EAT LESS AND .SEEK LONG- EVITY --J. Nov.. mcalt! H. j and longer is appai-antly- to he the motto fof England in the future. .change :in' the {selection, of wjnes biit the "cdiis'iimjitidh'' decreased. Thaie Is a giEat demand for nonalco- holic drinks, both1 in public feasts Hutl in private dinners. A sample !C'L, romprisinir all tli a Is new in iieckweur; values up to all at one prlco, 5Uc. for Norfolks Thfty an; all the down Nor- folk coats, or wriists. havr: I-.lank. rr.'l nr f.'iricy patent belly In great Chi! Ires s qemear Our stock of children's Un- ni' shimitunt. from also lot of TnrnhiiM's I'm'o Undor- in vesta am! cow- biniithms; prices [n Mr. ing' their. the Domiiiio block on Thursday. and during the and TJiss Clarke.-' rest nf their slay in'Uie city will bu j Fmlrth with Mrs. R. S. Sriiith, Glenclg Jehiiihgs. I H. Ijimg. j The Wiinpole Private Hospital, i Toomhs. which slarteti under" the able and en-j Disef.' crgetic inanniretnent of HIIss Pinhorn A social mid literary evening age iiuiii end; too mticli. However that has bren transferred .to Miss Agnes he held next Monday. may have been, it. is certain" that the day of mammoth mentis, is "over'arid that while perfect (lining will .always The movement to this which rece'iviilg hew litihsrents daily, has be-ah given a spurt by the approval of "Fred K, Harrison, who has just cele- brated bis eighty-first birthday, and j Lord Strathcona, who JG' ninety-twoi Those agree' that the aver- HE DOES THINGS WHICH ANY HEALTHY BOY ASKS QUESTIONS demands cf the Unssiati people to' be fold some- thing of the trulh concerning the re- con t sickness of the Cxarovitch has had at last flic- rosult of forcing ti re- laxation of Ihc secrecy that surrounds the private lifo of the impt-rinl house- hold and ;i bi'.'ei" iflimpsc is Vouchsafed of the tidily doings of lioir io tho Kusfinii throne. Tim ac- cident rfvenh; an avorasc 1'oy pour- ing over his bo.'iks fdr nil hours and I-le never tires oE hearing stories of the legendary -heroes of Russia. i His physical training, consisting of! je, Swedish gymnasium exercises and bo sin ai't H has cdased. to .ibe tin or- dlllnitrf; have iJeen tbu ruin in tlie did of London for some time and the message has gone 'from 'west to cast, t.-rivate dliiii'ers of the Cssar while-his Itasons are taken go] alone in and out of doors, In his recreiitions, the has nuitierons com nan ions nnd in soonting. expeditions'with them he en- ters thoroughly into the boy scout FINANCIAL AGENT UNDER ARREST beeft fa: 10 Fotrl yearg the city man ha's beeii tlie slave of tho" U'cs't end public feasts in H. S. NIBLOCK OF CANADIAN FI- NANCIERS TAKEN IN CUS- TODY AT MOOSE JAW Moose .Jaw, Nov. S. Nib- then about through lock, eastern manager for Ihc Cnna- boating, cycling :inil bird nesting. Finaneicrs of Vniicouver, was Hut the most striking uietiiTe la that lam-sled yesterday on instructions of (he future ruk-r of tho from the pnlh-u of Mndicinn Hat. lie empire clrllllii' with non-Rniiinilaslon-j is charged with fraud in connection rd oHIrera and priva'tas. hvitl' tJmuidmn Pimuicii-rs, which was recently incor- porated miller a Dominion charter- with a cnpital of Niblock; WIIK one of I be hcnd men of tlie con- coin and cut. ;i wide swath in fiiinn-. cxtfeirieii of eating tlio "ciiiick' lunch and the long dinher. though tho nit of. .dining has filtc'd nothing of is ah evincing teiiclpney "tdward shorter din- ners. Qlilelcer service and shorter iiK'inis are the denland. Good dinners nix; still expensive. The dlttrier of to- day is aii interlude hr_a progrnln not jirogram itself; no ALL CRANBROOK MEN ARE OUT strtUck -AND NESS MEN EARLY Granbi'oolr, U. Nov. This owing to a strike in tlie J3 R freight ofllces and people in Cranhrook folind it impos- sible to Obtain tlteir goods wtiicl liati come in by train. J It is hoped a settlement, will soon lie arrived at between .tlie .part- ies, otherwise the .business the place uilt ho V iht'ctin _. dislocated} talcing place today at which tin; grievances will he fully dis-l cussed I All grades of the, men appear lol IiaVo frnoil gtouhds for cdinplalnti .anill it is hoped the C.P.H. will make ah.1 attempt to settle the grievances the men at an early date. GUESS AT NEW BOARD Ottawa, Nov. there Mvilll be no official InLimdtioii as io tbe -pi soiiiiel of the new Montreal ij arbor I iioard until tho close of the. navigii-l (ion Oii November 23, rumor in thcl capital names tbe following ve'ryl fitrbiigly; Sir Thomas Tall, as c'haii--[ man, With Lielit-Col. Lnbelle andl Hlintley Drummond as the other rectors. 1" The IicrKclf fo ber; son's moritl and religious training anil also leaches him HtigHsli. SyHtemalio s were brgun abfitit ;i year ago liy tho HiiKslau nnd French tutors and cial utiviKK in this province. Tlic i by an instructor who acroinpanluB the amount involved is the com- family they go for j plniuanis are Ihc Inlcrnatioiml l'as-j two monlhs Ibi- Kiimnmi'. I.-es-j uality (.'o. Kiitnui sons art! given daily, at oVlf.cU. Tlu- Cxarovlltli is I in very fond of (hi! lives of HalntH, I [iiji'lally Si. ivliosu ixadon lit. T.'tinhoff iiMUlcii in nnd poimlai' bcliftf jissr.rintCfj willi tiin of the dynarity Fop Home Bread Mnkccs 'llOHSaiMlti Of hiltlTH flOlil HaiifUMMl isors ol! Whki! Vca'n! tlnKcs, .irovo that, it good rnltablo ycasi. Ills paruutft nt-jir your grocer (IririHii'i msll ibftin ad- virti! Wbito Sjilr-cH A Cereals, Litniled, Toronlo, Out., and iisl: for LET APPLES BE THE GIFT TO YOUR FRIENDS ACROSS THE SEA Liiircfptis, rosy, .juicy, Caimdltiu Apples! you imagine any gift to iho (fear ones in the old laud that would bo more acceptable. IlttcaiifH) of; oxccMitlonal shfriping fiuiil i'- ca miikc you this magnificent offer. We will deliver FREW OF CirAUGK to arty mldruKs in tho Di'itlsh Ifiles n cayu of Uiitiranleed Select ffiO Caiiaillan A1iplp-H 'he small stun of................. Wo liSe standnni cases; each Apple is packed, and every (niton to cnsuro Htifo ami raitid dulivery. Over iiOOO cases nlilppud last yi.'i'U1, Aiail NOW, alatlns whoro you rotiulrc tho cane sent and WIO DO TIIK Kir.ST.dlvo full pontnl divcclions, along with your own curd fnr onclosurn in MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT a. t ni'iilu lint. 1SO ST. JAMES STREET t MONTREAL free ;