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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HERALD. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6. FIVE. in both Iron and The BEST Range You Can Buy TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS the found no convenience and profit to the HAYR BROSr Local Representatives Th. WM. BUCK STOVE CO. LTD. The Mission will be preached in St. Patrick's Church from the 21st to the'28th'of this month. Wesley Church announcements for tomorrow: Class meeting, club .and girls' mission band at ten o'clock Sunday school and Adult Bible Class at 3 o'clock.' The pastor will preach morning and evening. Rev. William Reid will conduct both services rin the Baptist Church tomorrow and teach the Bible Class at 3 p.m. All seats -free and unap- propriated. Everybody welcome. the installation of the new pipe or- gan will ;be completed, next week and will be used for the first time on Sun day Nov. 14th. Mr.. Wrigley, the organist of Knbx Church, Calgary, will play on that day. On the even- ing Of Monday r'the 15th; a vocal and organ recital 'will be -held- in the church. The instrumental part will be: taken by Bfc: Wrigley. .Tickets Mi. be bad from the members.ot the choir next week. Full announcements will" be made tomorrow. Services tomorrow at Westminster Church: Morning service at 11 o'clock subject, "Canada's Immigration: Ev- ening service at 7.30, subject, "The Evangelization of the 'World." Pas- tor Rev. A. A. Lytle will preach at both services. Sunday School and Bible Class at 3 p.m. All are in- vited. _ _______ THE-ENSIGN C-O.-For" signs, -show cards price tickets, enamelled let- ters, banners, magic lantern slides, artificial palms, vines, etc for inter- ior decorations. Ensign Co., -K.-U- Box 1817.. Acadia Building, Leth- bridge, Aita. BALLOON STAYED IN AIR MANY HOURS St. Louis, Mo., Nov. Julia Homier and Captain John Deary, who left here yesterday in the bal- loon, Melba, in an attempt ti lift the p.np, passed over Hollow Eock, Tenn., 240 miles south, east of St. Louis, at 6.10 o'clock this morning. This information was conveyed in a message dropped from the balloon, which had been in the air 14 hours. Phone 103 Good Hay Sound Oats Any quantity deliver- ed promptly to any part of the city PONY 384. J- Fig- Light draying a specialty. Storage. All orders promptly tended to. ..Orders Harness 8tore. 5 "AJ taken at City GENERAL TEAMING Having bought out Win. Taylor's transfer business, I am prepared to do all Kinds-ofr cartage. Satisfaction guar- anteed. Coal delivered C.O.D. Geo. N. McLean, Glyn St.. Phone 131. PRICES THE T. I. Easton Office in Eastern's Harness Shop Box 201 PETERBORO Peterboro, Ont., Nov. 5.-Robert Irwin, sixty-nine years of age, com- mitted suicide at the home of John Greer, four miles from'Millb rook to- day. Greer found the old man's body hanging Iroia a rope in1 the kitchen. For ten years, Irwin had .been in the. County House of Refuge at The Famous GADIILAC AUTDMOBIU T. S. McKcnzie, Dist Agent Phone 274 P.O. Box 547 Set your in Early. Banking Service The Bank of Toronto, witH; its ample and widely- extended banking facilities. its experience of more than 50 years of banking'inCanada and its well-known financial strength, is able -to give its rp any customers: an ,tnex- celled banting' service. Your Account at this Bank, whether large or small will receive careful attenlion Interest paid on Savings Deposits Capital Rest BANK OF TORONTO INCORPORATED 1855 Lethbridge; Branch: T. W. McEACHEEN, Mgr. I i Halifax, N. S., Nov. George was driving in .a team from Dartmouth to the rope works north of town today with to pay'the rope works' employees, three masked and armed men attempted, to hold up the team and demanded money. The driver whipped up the horses, and one or the trio shot at Fbote, the bullet going through his check. The bag of money fell from his hand, but remain ed in the wagon and was delivered safely to the rope works. The po- ice arc searching for the highway- men. The attempt was made in a lonely spot of the road. Halifax, 'Nov. Chisholm and President Johnson, Board o Trade, leave Tuesday morning for Montreal 'to meet C.P.R. Execu- tive on Wednesday in' regard to the proposition to bring the Canadian Pacific through from St. John over i its own rails. The, proposition in- volves assistance by the city and county of Halifax and other counties through which1-the railway would pass, and also by the provincial goT- ernment. Toronto, Ont., Nov. MacMahon, of the High Court was seized with a fainting spell while on the bench hearing a case this morn- ing. After being assisted from the bench to his private room, 'the Judge revived and announced he would con- tinue court in the afternoon.. Toronto, Ont., Nov. E. Karn, president of 'the F. E. Kara Company, wholesale and retail drug- gists of this city, was convicted this morning of carnally knowing a num- ber of young girls. A stated easel was granted for appeal on the ground, of lack of evidence to corroborate ev- idence given by women and girls. Toronto, Ont., Nov.' is- sue of 'Varsity, a newspaper of the Student's Society of Toronto, urges increase in the force of University police so as to put an end to rowdy- ism. Colorado Springs; Colo., Nov. Accompanied by six Suffragettes from Denver, Mrs. Helen Baker, of Spo- a Suffragette, yesterday' planted a black flag on the summit ot Pike's Peak. The banner was made by Mrs. Oliver H. P. Belmont. of New York, and bears the inscription: "Votes for New York, Nov. Low, for- mer mayor of New York, and ex-pre- sident of Columbia University, would not discuss today the report emanat- ing; from London that he had been se- lected to succeed Whitelaw R.eid as ambassador to the court of St. James. "I know nothing about said Mr. Low., I 1 I I I I t> I i 1 1 W, P. Boy Headquarters for ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES OFFICE: Building Crabb Street OF CANADA Capital and Rest Exceed Put by Some Money this Fall Now, while money is in fast, is the time to build up your Savings Bank balance. If you have not yet opened a Savings Account in the Union Bank, 'don't' delay it any longer. Your money is safer there than in your purse or your home, and is always available at once if you need it. Meantime it is earning Interest at highest current rates. Lethbridge Branch-J. S. Anderson. Manager. Stirling F Schimnowskl.Acting Manager. Grassy Lake Branch- R. W. BaiHIe, Manager. To the Electors Of the City Of Lethbridge THE CANADIAN BANK OF CC I Cold Weather HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO ESTABLISHED 1867 Is Coming A STORM SASH on that new "house- of your? will keep out the cold and reduce your fuel account. NOW is the time to act. Ring up 153 and we will give you an estimate on same. Handle Lumber B. E. WALKER, President ALEXANDER LAIRD, General Manager Paid-up Capital, Reserve Fund, A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED AT ALL BRANCHES DRAFTS AND MONEY ORDERS sold, and money transferred by- telegraph or letter. COLLECTIONS made in ail parts of Canada and in foreign countries. FOREIGN BUSINESS. Cheques and drafts on the United States, 123 Great Britain and other foreign countries bought and Lethbridge Branch C G. K. Nourse, Manager Office and Factory Cor. flOUNO and BGMPAS STREETS Telephone 153 Yard, Smith St Phone 195 I General Teaming TIT- J- l on the shortest notice. Satif- faction guaranteed. If ycm need coal and you want the best value your money will buy, see me. Ooal must be paid for on delivery. E. 4. TICKNER ITHEMOLSONSBANK Established 1855 Capital (Paid Up) Reserve Fund HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL 68 BRANCHES IN CANADA U.S. Exchange Bought and Sold at Lowest Rates Accounts of All Kinds Carried upon Favorable Tenn3 DEPARTMENT Deposits of II and upwards received. Interest allowed from date of deposit at highest rates Fellow Ratepayers: Doubtless you have read my pre- fatory remarks on the subject of Civic Elections soon to be, and a into an Aldermanic Chair. While you are hunting up the chair cushion, I will answer a few of the. questions put to me by the man on The street lately, as to my standing on certain civic questions presently on tap. Whether should our proposed street car system be city controlled or city, owned? As a plain matter of business. they should be city owned, and fail- ing that, city controlled. We need street cars NOW, hut we are near enough the end of our bor- rowing powers to put civic ownership out of the question, and the delay of putting through the Legislature an application for an increase -in our borrowing power would be an intol- erable- hindrance to our progress as a city. Then, our inevitable course is to [employ others to" build the system j for us, giving them a running con- tract, with a good strong string to The arguments in favor of immed- iate street car manv and sound. I favor continuation of improve- ments presently under way, especial-, Iy thos'.- tending to our daily com- forts, such as streets, 'lighting, water, etc. I will study the cost of street oiling and will en-, large on this subject later. j I am ir> favor of Civic Management by Commission instead of by our pre- sent sysiem. I will enlarge on this i i i topic later. I am neither out for plunging nor cheeseparing in the disbursement of funds, but will con- j tinue to' believe that, judicious spen-d- ing 0{ is the only true econ- omy. A city divwied by a railed tracK ot a public carrying company should be cemented together by bridge or cross- j without "delay w-d T will consider this of primary importance, for _ North Ward is as much Lpthbridge as 4 any other part of it. Jj R. SAGE. t L D. JOHNSON, loafer OR. C. C. CRAGG Office House 94. OflBice to 11 a.m.. 1 to 8 p m PUfikian and i I 'i Hudson's We are Headquarters for Furs an.d Fur-lined Garments for Men, Women and Children, Don't be misled by cheap catch offers of inferior furs, when YOU can get the very, best products of the world for a few dollars more. Our goods will stand the most minute inspec- tion. We have been in the fur business nearly, 300 years, and understand every detail. Our garments are made from the finest selected furs by expert mechanics. Style and finish guaranteed Fur-Lined Coats Made of high grade .witix fine quality musket. Alaska sable -collars. to Made of the" beat grade of imported hroadclotk Lined muskrat; mink collars and reyers, All sms, Prices, -each, from- to Men's Department Sine otter colla.r, made in the latest style from selected skms. A a king- A SDIILAIi GO With fine Persian lamb collar RACCOON from selected -skins; KEN'S ADJUSTABLE Beaver i....... Persian Lamb Hiver Mink Sable Dyed Hat MEN'S FUE Persian Lamb and Husk and Shore Mink...................... Cheaper. Lines to MEN'S Seal Wombat.................... Black. Dog-...................- We Can Tie The Province With a beautiful as- sortment of Silk and Satin Ties. The lat- est make and styles from 25c to Of all Wool and Union Carpet Squares still goes merrily on Mwkf vour homes cosy and comfort-able for winter. Union Squares, Hx-'? Keg. for Union Squares, 3 1-2 yds., Reg. for Union Squares, 3x4 yds., Reg-. for....... ALL WOOL SQUARES 3x3 yds., Heg. for 3x3 1-2 yds., 3x4 yds., Reg. for................................. A Splendid Assortment of BRU88ELLS Squirts Just Arrived li ;