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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THt LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1909. PAGE FIVt HALF THE TOIL of household work away when Sunlight Soap Is brought into the home. For thoroughly cleansing floors, metal-work, walls and woodwork, Sunlight is the most economical both In time and money. Missionary Cyclone Struck Macleod Life buoy Soap is delightfully re- freshing for bath or toilet. For wash- ng "underclothing it is unequalled. Cleanses and purifies. Kenora, Ont., Nov. Arch- deacon of the Diocese of Keewatin. lias 'been filled by the Appointment to the position of Rev. Charles W. ,Mc- Kim, rector of St. Alban's church here- The-last to hold the. position was Archdeacon Cooper, who died in June, of. this year. Vancouver, .B.: C., Nov. (Special to the Herald) Macleod, Nov. cyclone of the Laymen's Missionary Movement struck Mach'od yesterday. In the af- ternoon in the Presbyterian ,church there was a conference of delegates from Coleman, Cowley, Pincher Brocket, Granuin, Clarc'sholm, Nan-( ton and also many from Macleod.! The church was comfortably filled, in the busy hours of an afternoon's business, with business men. met to confer on ways and means to help along this missionary movement. Only about six ladies were present at the afternoon meeting. But the good ladies were busy too, preparing the sumptuous banquet which was served in the city hall in the even- ing. The ladies of the various churches in Macleod furnished a splendid ban- quet in the town hall, which ,was decorated with appropriate mottoes. The four tables were tastefully set with 125-plates, at which 124 men sat and ate "not as little as they could, but as much as they dare" of the good things which had been pro- vided by the most excellent mission- ary cooks. After the banquet was over the began. Counting ladies and laymen who came in too late for supper there must have been A. F. Grady, of the local commit- tee, spoke briefly of the movement. "Now the privilege comes to as the speakers have said, "We can do it and we will. Willwe say that to- night We are here to-night as thinking men for a purpose. We are laying the foundation of Southern Al- i berta. We have the best grain.' We j have the best people and let us do our best." Mr. Grady then moved the lollow- i ing resolution "That we endorse this movement give it our sup- j port to the utmost. Let us begin j now, let us begin right and let _ us, begin to-night." The motion was j seconded by Mr. Barker and carried j unanimously by a standing vote. The chairman read the statistics. I I I -A-U j I Ottawa, Nov. 3.-D. B. Bowling, of -an, briefly welcomed the visits the Geological Survev, who. has just speakers and the The act returned from the country west of i that these ha.e_'omejrom idmonton, tells a tragic story of the the far east is a reason that they are one death in the wilds of a young in earnest. The who.e American named Anderson, who the campaagn has been done by .usi- his farewell message with the ness men in Eastern Canada- Let us do better in the future than we have ead of a bullet. Ottawa, Ont., Nov Fari- f bault, of the Geological Survey stafi. er' The ho was recently 'offered the post of i The speakers were F. Supt. of Mines for the Quebec gov- son, of Toronto, secretary of ernment, has decided to accept Board of Missions offer.' He will succeed J. 0- Balski. who has been superannuated. Hamilton, Nov. Steel and Iron Company to-day handed out the statement that Montreal and To- ronto capitalists have bought large Dlocks of stock, and that E. heartiest appiause. the ss o, i the J. M. Waters and Hon. W. H. Gush- ing, who were in Lethbridge. G. J- Bond, formerly editor of the Chris- tian and who has just re- turned from an- extensive tour of the Washington, Nov. Concluding in every detail and affirmation of Com- pander Robert E. Peary's proofs of his'discovery of the North Pole, the sub-committee of scientists appoint- ed to. pass on the explorer's records, will submit its report at 10 o'clock tomorrow to tlie board of managers of the National Geographical Society. The committee has to pass only on the question whether Peary reached "the pole on the date claimed and the r j quickness with which it reached a decision causes many in scientific ircles to believe that the explorer's claim has been upheld- The mem- bers of the sub-committee would not discuss their findings. Commander Peary, whose appear- i ance before the sub-committee ycster- .d ay and last night, was for the pur- pose of aiding the scientists in mak- .mission fields of the world, gave a comiDlete and speedy report, rousing address, frequently .interrupt- j Canon left the city early today for Portland, Maine. A bolt "and bar mill .he At the conclusion of- mg an expenditure for new works of over a million -dollars. the message- us." i Victoria. B. C., Nov. the speeches. McAfee, a traveller for the Hudson's Bay Company, shot himself to-day. He had been ill-for three weeks. His weakened condition is believed to The cyclone has struck have led to nervous collapse. CLAR y The Ladies'Store WE Phone 453 SELL FOR CASH Acadia Block NEW WASH WAISTS JUST TO HAND collection of verv handsome styles in'Gibson und plain tucked effects; materials are votings in white only and the value, nre by f.r the we have had to show tms season, WHITE WAlSTS-Of pure linen, neatly tuck- WHITE WAlSTS-Of fancy-vesting, in stripes, ed in neat tailored style, splendidly made and perfect fitting. Remarkably cheap at .52.50 checks and neat floral designs, Gibson or neat tucked styie. Exceptional values at to I price you wish coat that'll Please You Our line embraces an unusually wide range of popular Fall and Winter garments, each one of them with a distinguished appearance that lifts it out of the ordinary class. Quality is backed up by our personal guarantee, w which you know you can depend on. At prices named, we challenge competition to produce the equals of these handsome garments. .We sincerely believe that VALUE for value you cannot obtain the same degree of style, smart appearance and good wear, perfect fit, etc. for the price we ask. Why Shouldn't You Profit by this Opportunity? Brown and Navy Beaver Cloth beautiful line at the, price, well .tailored througaoiit. Best trimmings. Price Coon natural coon coats regular price Our price is Men's Natural Coon heavily furred. Beg. Our price Men's Fur Lined very best "bearer shell, rat lined, otter or Persian collars. to Black Bear to Duck lined. We have a large range in these coats. Prices from............ to Corduroy Sheep Lined from to tailored suits. Prices to Men's Heavy Tweed es to Tweed greys, browns, etc., well tailored, perfect fitting, with Prussian collars. Prices run at to Men's Black and Blue Beaver Cloth good quality. Prices to UNDERWEAR Men's all wool fleece lined. Price 50c Heavy ribbed all wool underwear. Stanfield's Underwear Combination Underwear. Prices run at to Wolsey- .Unshrinkable Underwear from up All wool at SOX SOX SOX cashmere hose. Prices run .25c to 50c Special m Negligee sizes. Our price -----75C PROGRESS in tweeds ana blue and black worsteds. Pric- es to Winter' Caps .........60c to Mitts and 60e to Dress to THE HOME OF THE CEO. A. SLA- TER to Men's Working one-half price. Regular to clear at, per pair Only EXCLUSIVE Men's Clothiers in Lethbridge McGUIRE J-jst a few suits left to sell at They're the last of our. and Going out no wonder. :The.. styles, are strict- 'to-.date, the. materials ire of pure and tlie tailoring i? fully up to tho high standard maintained by the store throughout its en- tire ready-to-wear st'dfck. shopper? tlie best selection. Handsomest coat styles of the entire season. Unusual valu- es at Every one correct in style and perfect in. fitting abiliti- made of absolutely pure wool materials such as bea- cheviots and fine Ker- sey cloths in colors, navy, green, grey, brown and black. Neat semi-fitting styles in 7-s and full lengths. FiNE splen- dark col- O1U wiicui-'vii ors, stripes, spots and floral designs, suitable for'house dresses, waist and children's wear. FINE GREY 25c weight cloth in light and medium colors, firm and strong, clcscly woven, 33 inches Finest Silk Moreen Under- skirts at Very reasonable prices for such excellent quality ilado of an'exceptionally fine- cloth h'Js the same rustle r.s taffftta silk and jrnaraiur.'ecl to tiirt-e tinios as long. Sliown in all the wanted solid colors also in fancy mixed stripes, cut with liberal st-wu throughout. PCE3E2C OUR LETTER BOX. 4, 1000. Better than usual values in these splendidly made vel- our :Cu-t with as liberal fulness as any of the more expensive grades; made of splendid. quality wrapperette in black aai'd white or navy and white; full flounce. EXCELLENT UNDERWEAR 55C__Splendid .weight, garments in white or natural colors; vest with long sleeves, button- ed front; drawers in two styles. WONDERFULLY CHEAP of the newest and most perfect-fitting models, long hips', medium bust, finished with supporters, front Lethbridge, Alta.. ST6v Editor Lethbridge ITcraid: notice in your report of the last Council meeting application from the Electric Lighi Supt. [or a further increase of salary from to per month- Darin- the last twelve months the City Council have made themselves somewhat notorious for jfteir osity towards the city matter of increase seemed to have case of and Mr. shine) and the fact that just at this time we are having to dig down pret- ty -deep for taxes, makes it impera- tive to remind them .that a halt must, be called right here, and we look to the other members of the Council be- sides David King to recognize this. In the language oi the prophet Da- vid, there is just as -good fish, etc.. and it is quite possible (in view of the inevitable expansion of this citv in the near future) to get a man of wider experience than Mr. Reid has j bad the opportunity of acquiring, and at a reasonable salary. j It furnishes food for reflection to "jn. the'ask ourselves what we shall be pav-1 has ing our city officials when Lethbridge a is -three times as big- Say with the in-, riiiidit imirry Slaurice Borderel, merchant, who had become with her. Tin- and attractiveness of IK; woman, combined with the mys- ery of her career and her connec- persons high in the public France., have fed the popular imagination and led the public to be- ieve that the most startling disclos- ;ivs ;ir- imminent. Judge Devalles i.-.'tf iV'Cfived applications for in the court room, but refused il with the exception of those made for members of the pT-sss and the bar arsd others directly concerned .with' the trial. The first one. hundred per- sons who stood in line outside this.' iijornuig were also admitted. Places.', of v.mbtge in this line commanded as hijrh as Host of today's ses- sion was o-ccupied with the selection oi a jury and the reading of the in- dictment. E. G. Hazell has returned from a three weeks' trip to Toronto, New York- and other, eastern cities. of salary; e resolved itself into and yc shall Calgary. Of ing use of a good asks twice. 'The reason he offers for his -appli-, of Hum- S2.000.000 entail a ary duties. man's capacity anyway limit to one'the interest exhibited in Madam Adolphe Stcinhoil, ca-e of which mans we have citizens who are proua_m _ the least Wfc Steinheil is on trial for her lite, be- have been some-j ing charged with the murder of her .dgment ottbe and her mother-in-law, Ma- the j dame Japy. The alleged motive is found in the defendant's hatred for her mother-in-law, and a desire to rid the husband in ordor that what somewhat Council in dealing with but the recent assessorship_ fiasco. GREATER THAN PRINCE RUPERT -----First Offering of Town. Lots FORT GEORGE geographical and commercial center of Central British of a splendid WHEAT AND MIXED FAEMING COUNTRY. Gateway to NECHACO; BUTJUJBT, TBASER, PEACE B1VEB AND Also cf CAItlSGO and. Tnimng districts. HALF WAY BETWEEN EDMONTON AND PEINCE KTJPEET ON LINE OF THE GEAND TRONK PACIFIC EAH.WAT. TITLE TO LOTS GUARANTEED AND INSURED BY THE GOVEEN- MENT OF THE PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. Write quickly for maps of this great Inland Empire of Canada, also offi- cial information regarding climate, lands, mining, etc. Natural Resources Security Co. WINCH BLDO., VANCOUVER, B. C. ;