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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta liirrlay. November 1.1, 101'i. THE LETJ1BRTDGE DAILY HERATJ1 EDITED- BY "IrJO" Chant 1224. ldWM Phone 774. One deed inuy mur a life, Ami om: call1 -make H Hold lir'ni-thywill for strife, U-st.'i! blow break it frotii far on viewless wing i-ou Mr. Jolm 1'. Chun deliver a VVEATHEK )ii u i UK i lluu tn u inn s h s fuu ind (Udiliilh ild smiil n "j licv 7 I turned I when 1 t-'.inon and Airs. McMillan re- 011 Thlll'sday from Calgary, thev attended 'the .Anglican eii visited the Chill. Hospi- (al yesterday and distributed llovvcrs on liohali of Hie Flower Mission, The Lutheran sale of fancy wor: which-was held at the home oi Mrs. j Crest, lllti Fifth Ave., yesterday af- i lornuc'ti and evening was very suc- ______ _______ Mi I'Kia Mr Miiliinilulc and. cessful. The sum o! forty dollars was PRICEP 7RP I Mr- ('aiiiliheH', of the IJank. of Mont-' by the ladies, and tho nion- II, SOARING GKY "all cy will ho used by the society for n 11 -Si i sell i Hospital for some, time with, typhoid .charitable work. fap today, in foartocn I nt. plouussing fnoiably. j iljtindj 101 i dnlli i tin. putt bom Koreii'n Missionary Society oi Ml ol Out.; I Klio.clliirch met last evening wiU, i-of I lit nnir ''ls tlit list HIM jroud attendance. Very interesting b en seidih U uoik foi Oiitish Colmulfia: and .other iwcst-] reports uf the recent meetings hi JJf i li" pnu- This tlioj nn >uinl ib Msitinj, unit Mrs. I of the Laymen's Missionary tie IF iiicd IMP! cjD! i uaui tiiiull J101 Second Avc. MovenunL ami.- Women's Forcigi mil i Hit i e idih U uoik foj T his In tin h( PI CJDJ hoit m 1 iiropt In tt'dition tbis it is ud Miu tut iinc olliu coin irHJdniqb oi life Presliylerial, were given by. Mrs. Mc- Ulure. Mrs. W. II. Conihcar and Mrs. J. NOTED ROUNDER CONVICTED Mmm-lpolis Mmn lied tonnei Mimoipohs poll j cigar salesman and man about A jimn to ind of highv, 15 iob I hj n juiv Kiiiiii 1 dicl in ciimnil (our iun I I Mm icll C. P Coin be in K C 1) L L Air. 13 lion mm ind Mr H ha L ri tinned from where j thei spint Hit wtt.1 m itttnddiice at resigned from the local post-office the Anslieaii-'Synod. Miss Orve Williams, who recuitly I Policunii, Olmger ,cl ceiprd still "er "M" MM Mis'- hen MU iclil m Ml unu i Ihe city On to aitend Miss Glmlvs Dowi 1 IOUSL of t slgary, Tuesday, io stafi, has at-eeptt'ft a position in Taber post-ofTicc and left' yes ten for that place. HAVi: you seen that new Vletrola In our iviiidowV It IB only Is there any reason why you shouldn't possess it at that price and on. easy terms? Conic In and hear It." MASON 4 RISCH LIMITED. Dominion Block. Phone 791 heen iUinou louston, and certainly if -sin; has not been abli to marry the man of her choice sin at, least heen io her free- Princess Patricia, who seems quite of any superabundance of rev- erence for royalty, used to treat Kinj; KiUvard af> a lolly jroot] pn! when she wits a child 'and as a wy dearly IQV- L-d friend and counsellor when she .viis-older. She was always dtivotcd- y fontl of him .and cried herself sick once when she thought she had hurt The King, then Prince oi Wale's, lad been asked to play cricket with the children, lie consented to make ip one of the sides and .started to tlay without- either pads or gloves. Suddenly one 01 I'rincess Pat's '.shooters" hit liim a sharp blow on and HIP King "retired .ccor'iNng to the" rules of the game, caving-'the Princess in despair lest he'might have caused serious injury. Queen Victoria rather disapproved f 'her granddaughter of oislerotis ways, though she, too, ovcil.the handsome child and had her pine lor visits when she was at Os- orne oi Balmocal. These visits npt unalloyed pleasure io Friu- ricin, for she was constantly getting, in to trouble. Once when the Princess '-had been running about the lawn like w'wild- thing for some time Queen Victoria summoned her, made her sit down, saving, "I Sir lOdward and l.ady njj man bticot a residence he mcnittct j Clouston, to Dr. Toss, of Macdonald College, formerly of McCiil, Un.vcrs- ft-l somebodv else 3 foitnne 1 ct ei i m in full of thin jtolle who mould iho (I dish at tho end 1 1 ilio" mi (oimtei s. DICD y Died at UOS Lindon Ho d (7 h James Oreig Brown oi' Bridge of AH n acothind ig I lJUIj i ith Ceo. Kan- and Co- l-'uncrar on }ion- " from his home. Fricmlr accept Ihi il c only iimpilion The which the Home sinn in Socint; of Knoxl The 'mauriagc of Phyllis church bad Interidei! holding Bauuie, duughter of Mr. .Arthur ffL-ck in ihe Miners' Hall, hus Uaumc, 7 I.yndhurst Gardens, Lon- posfpoiied indefinitely, owing to the'don, to Mr. Alec. 11. Cecil, Oilison, sevcrU-% (f tht Miihpr 'nhl llui i metinp; Monday evening. will -occupy the chair Aliss Diser will rcatl a paper oh bit) n ff I Inn0s 01 l ift will n-m.ler.. a'.clanueL solo. LRoyal :0rcimilicrs, Gibson, took place very L quietly oilh will'on November Uth.'-anri .the '..bride utonthh I ilcrary 'iinil bridegroom will sail for Canada- Mr, i on the :191 h; to reside in Toronto. and i oii' Mrs. Applcby a'iid Marjory, have been house gudsis with Watl-H- for the past furtnighi, .have left, -for their home in Arrow Lake, H. C. Ur tie girls, have. KisUiry does not relate Vic- toria's answer. ...Priiiccss Patricia an e.xcellenl, horsewoman the Garlli anil oilier celebrated liiicts. She plays.'golf' and sails; a lioal and lands a ilsli with tlie best of .sportsmen, Inn ..jl'.c still OVes'a good romp with with the Royal children, who count j I those days red .letter -ones on whicj their natured cousin comes to slay wilh rheiiv. King Rihvard t-k le" a slfir'.' oi with laslic about coming to Canada. 01- Salislmry through intends .to visit, all. ihe interesting .saiidringiiam when lilaoVs in the Dominion. Princess Pa- uicia saw her lalher and mother oft caaml. OI] iov Canada, then, she herself Started Heiu-y .u'bcrt for where she is to have a farewell visit wilh her sister, the Of General Interest: Ti Princess obediently .seated herself, crossed her hcitau to roek to and fro. "Little girls should not cross their said the old Queen severely, whereupon Patricia sighed and un- crossed them, sat deep in thought for. a Finally she .Miirl very gently..: "What do lit- C.P.R. WILL MAKE EXTENSIVE CHANGES Lethbridge to be' Giyen New Station and Sheds While it lias not yel been announc- ed from olllcial sources, the Herald learned this morning that the C.I'. It..program (or Lctl.bridge for the coming vear is to be an extensive one, which will do much lo malic Letlibridgc the wholesale centre it. is destined to become. The recent vis- its of C. I1. K. officials lo Ihe city have apparently impressed them fav- orably with.the future of the city, and if their program ul changes is i carried out ne.vt .summer, hothhridge will be assured uf lt much better vice than lias hcen 'in 'vogue here- tofore. Tlie necessity of a .new and more commodious station has been brought lo the notice of the officials, "aiid promises have been.made that, I.olli- hridge would be given a depot with- in a year, or will lie u cre- dit to the city. Thai this station iniiliiing will be located just north of Gall Park is an accepted fact. This will necessitate the removal of the freight sheds from their present l.oca- and it now appears that, one of the lirst things the company will do will be to build new sheds.; In fact, has practically'been decided to liliild new sheds next summer, on the north' side of.the yards, cl'pse to the' north approach oi tho Ninth St. ov-j crhcad bridge. .Two line new sheds will be built, one for receiving- and1 slu'liping freight, and one for unload-) pading ami delivery, of freight. This- '.fill greatly facilitate the freight business at this point, as with the present facilities, the sheds are very i much overcrowded. I With these ncw'slicds built close the main artery of traffic between the north and south parts'.of., the and lo the warehouse .section, i Hie old freight sheds now.'in use will: he removed, and it is very likely'that a'nnv. station will .be hiiilt oii 'thei silc. H. is a Necessity'. j Tho necessity of a larger.'station building is becoming more arid more! apparent. The passenger trallic dur-ij the past week has been abnormal-1 ly heavy., and at llm time Of or departure of trains the waiting .GIGANTIC PROGRAM MONDAY AND TUESDAY By Registered 'Mall A Weitern Drsam .MATINEE DAILY The" East and The West Branding A Bad Man A YEAR AGO TODAY By -R. E. Willis November 20 and 21 .CRU.SAOERS" or "Jeruialem Delivered" rooms are jammed to capacity. Many complaints Jmve been heard lalcly of the poor accommodations for passcngcre, and there is no, doubt the C.P.R. company have the iikitlei- and will take steps English l.ethhridgc such station ac- te'nnis, as is necessary to pro- perty handle the heavy traffic irl j city of this size. Another'change which will U1S I spring the widening of We are unloading two cars of Furniture And must lunc jooiu at the Wilson Furniture Co. _ 404 l.'Uli Street North _ Oiih ,1 lovvloll Q[ Iliosr liner -fluvwer Dnssois and Stand, icgulai H6 JO. To cJoai K.viunsion Tublcs, One only Eiiohsli BooJvbasej SHOO, lor AVlutc EiumicJ and Biass Mo'iintcd Iron >5ctK I loin iip j Llama JJ'ankctvni vhitc and giey clcaifng at, I1'1'1 and 1.25 Onl> two pan to A (mstomei Floor Cool only, per Mud Linoleum, 0 loci i leaniig pci S1.00 Our Christmas Crockery now on, view, >Free delivery to all parts of the city CITY AND DISTKICT Pr V.cess Patricia', is quite enlliiisi- She! i Crown Princess of Sweden. About Christmas she will join the Duke- and Icarfiiii! her with a piece of string, .she V.MS not. ifl the least dis- Duchess in their new home. The two Connaught princesses, are not very much alike in face, charac- ter or disposition, but they a're de- voted to each other and the forth- coming-separalion will be hard .-Tor i for them. .Sweden seems very near Eng- concerted and laughed as nincg after- ward when her uncle told the story as (.lie King did himself. In society Princess Patricia is very Popiilar 'both in the cxtremclv Kng- I lish mid the Anglo-American set.! I Dances are always given especially g o he platfornv, and or at each of the station "sj'de and tlie. A. R. I. trains mav each stand in tracks Of their Owii away wilh the thus congested condition on U, when station. GRAIN MARKETS tiocember old May, new ieason and she enjoys "self as ordinary girl would. I laud, and. the Crown Princess js' -a Shb. does not select her partners and visitor to her then .send them word tint thcv I a trip to I'anada is out of the havo ibe honor of dancing w.iih her 'tion-ior her. ai'lc, traditional Royal fashion Princess Margaret o! Sweden is She just lakes her ch.-.nces wilh -ill quiet, ami studious; she has. a the other pretty women in the room almost all outdoor sports j and no! allogether because she 's a princess that she is never a wall .Supt nnlendent or Ihe L'algin radlll i nlw is pect 1 in the some, time to consult with .Supt. Reid re- garding tlie street railway plans. The first cutlerV o't'the" season-were seen on the streets yesterday S. H. Mitchell, -C.l'.R. agent hero, left ustud'u for Ucliblmim where so that the wil! spend few days. In spite of the signs which havt been placed on GalL Park; to keep pedestrians to the sidewalks, nianv lie platform hnvc hcui taking of the, leaving the (.short cut1- Uic fcigns entirely. As a large part- of. tlu hi1, been hctdtil tin nil those crossing the. park -should keep to the sideu.UKs, in ordu in the spring the not .he made liv these paths.. 95% Ma" EMon H. Mackenzie left this morn- Mich., for two present Open Close dislike of and violent exercise; lion. She is no! dresses very well atf lure and carriage. Princess I'atricia i liriiHls Kuirits. As groat; hoyden, iie an-expert of nny dcscriji- luinilsonn1, hut lias a fine ftg- Sunbeam Oak Heaters No. 11 13 15 17 u tt each A first-class Heater at a Low Price Stafford-Agnew rut1, of lire child she She playml cricket M-jis iiible-to iia die hnt anil bull 'with ciqual. facility. .She was absolutely bad ;dl narrow escapes.--The Du- chess 'of (-'oimatight says thai she spent, most of the tirnc when Prin- cess I'at' a -child in expect a lion of having her (laughter brought. In: on a .stretcher. It an or- dinary thing to Iiave her luinhle into a lake, or ofT' of .her horse or" do equally 'startling, "r Kint; I-ltli.vaul lovx'.d his nioce.-Pittri- cia dearly. -liMfa'cl., sin; .Wiiied to interest him more than any of, -his Hiiliin-n Viieon in' -NDr lo her. Iv ghp JMiftiill !1 I'rineesg- iiy. lie his used to: 'If you live out of town, write Us.' _ hi'i I -Mid ii'lii'Mve.s itiiff roar fii-r sMfl.1 As il in Mill fiiin a 'promise thai h u'it1 liis into d e older frnhl never to. force her she did not A charitable mnn never ha for an onporl unity to fjet Hot wnlor IH aauf to ih0 inan head later. o look busy. good for a swcll- iJeceinber .May Flax- November December 1 Northern 2 Northern .1 Northern -I Northern Open Open Close :isa C1os, is? Pricei is sure to got it sooner 30iiip married men lilio e glad of it. 'Hie man thinks he should be soldom is. t ho A Delicious Seasoning BROOKS GENUINE WORCESTERSHIRE Imported Absolutely I _ Norlhern li Norlhern Feed No. 2 C. W No. ;i Minneapolis December I09y 110% Chicago December 100 loss 109% C.' N.: R. LOST EXPRESS i IN A COLLISION Jlonlreal. Nov. special boat I rain on the C. N. It. from Quebec to Montreal, ran into a construction trnln jiisl. ontsiile of Quebec at a. IB full i.'shl, but no ono was hurl. Th'> rain had about passengers hoind for Jionlreal and Toronto. Wlinn aliont miles from (Juebee il KB Ihe lulling ubii.b is helliK n.sud by the Quebec ('onslriieiion and cainn Inlo eolllslon with K.W. coal n-nc.k.t. The firs; Sllliulled lo ninleliwoOil ami "n- Mine was disabled. -TliiM1.1 sllglll d.imagi- lo several of ill; ear- The Western Plumb- ing Co., Limited Shepherd Block Jobbing Prompt- ly Attended To Phone up No 1143 he mil engage in o mechanical course in the factory of 'the Cadillac Motor Co., one-of the largest 'rfiito- niohilc [yctones His fitter, T1p AHcfunru is (lib locil of the Cadillac and it-is-ihis. in- tention to make Elton .one of the aii- lomobilc'experts) of the company H E. Lcflonx, general nlanager of I id is in the citj Standard Furniture Co. This Store can Qutiit any. Home with Furniture from bottom and do it to your sat- isfaction at Small Cost .For iJiis.week are OUR'of the largest, lines of PIC'rUHIiH ever sliowu 'in ge Mild have tJiein all nitirkctl -vqry ilio time to .n'cl Iliitt picture, for ilio room, or den. (Jonio in and Inoli (lie Ijnc over if yon are inlerosleed. We are eonl'Menl of (lie will jiur- cliiisf1 here. STANDARD FURNITURE CQ. "fill ;