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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 19, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UETHBR.DOE PAGE NINE TT, I 32 I I 1 8 In three days we have sold over 150 lots to many of the Best citi- zens of Lethbridge, who know a good thing when they see it DON'T WAIT IF YOU WANT A GOOD CHOICE After this Week the price will be raised to a Lot With extra for corner pairs. Terms cash, balance monthly or quarterly SKEITH AND RUBBERS AND OVERSHOES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION GO TO t i t T I J. i f DEFENCE BILL IN TEN DAYS Ottawa, Nov. naval de- fence bill will likely be introduced in- to the Commons within the next ten days, but the main discussion will_ go" over until after Christmas holi- days in order to give the members an opportunity to consult. constituencies on the subject, so when parliament resumes a better idea of the "senti- ment or the country, will-have been- obtained, and the parliament will be in a better position to judge the merits of the bill. The budget will be brought down early in December, and it, is expected it. will be disposed of so that BIG BARGAINS ALL THIS WEEK for .45c for -30c for for BED LOUNGES, Regular OILCLOTH DINING CHAIRS ROCKERS RANGES, STOVES cent. off. .and you will find us the cheapest Store in the City. and HEATERS at 35 per Come-and see us Furniture Co, OPPOSITE THE HERALD OFFICE the deskwill be cleared for the navy de- bate. Some Liberals express satis- faction in the Australian memoran- the Governor of Commonwealth, as contained in proceedings of the Im- perial Deference Conference, which reads "It is, however, to be understood that if, the services of-any of. the coast 'defence vessels be desired Wesley Church Audi- j. torium, Lethbridge A Select Vocal Recital will be given on Thursday, Nov. 25 J at 8.30 p.m. by SIGNOR GHERARD1 The distinguished tenor, assisted by Monsieur Darimond CONTEST (violinist) and Jenny S (pianiste) 4 Mme. Jenny Saunier T Reserved admission Toe General admission 50c First Grand Second Grand Prize Trip To California TWrd Grand Prize Two 25-Foot Lot, In Parkdale The three Grand Prizes will be awarded -to the three candidates securing the largest numbei -of votes on paid-in-advance subscriptions and ballots, irrespective of district in which the candidate uves. VATICAN READY TO FIGHT THE FRENCH Borne, Nov. Pius in an seas remote from Australia the ap-1 address to the French pilgrims- whom proval ot the Commonwealth govern- ment shall first be obtained to their removal." he received today, declared that France was making war against the church with'an aim of undermining DISTRICT NO. Including all the City of Lethbridge: One Diamond RnTg One Writing Desk. One Gold Watch One Suit Case. One Morris Chair One Silk Umbrella MISS VIVIAN GIBSON l'000 MISS BESSIE CRQNKITE '.000 MISS WINNIE HARRISON '-000 MISS DOROTHY GLAYZER MISS JEAN WRIGHT MISS ISABEL McCULLOCH MISS CLARA SCHWEITZER '.000 ARTHUR HUMPHRIES .....I.OOu. MISS VI RA DOWSETT MISS EDNA ALLEN H. G. KILMER MISS MINNIE LAVERICK '.000 C. CHARLES -1'000 MISS ROSE HEATHER MISS HANNAH KERR MISS MARGARET SMITH HARRY MORRIS MISS ISABEL DALRYMPLE '.000 MISS SUSAN GILLESPIE MISS HAZEL CLINE '.000 MISS ROSE BISSETT This is in accord with the .declara-, thg of Christianity. The pontiff tion made in'comments by Sir Wil- gaid that Catholicism was suffering frid Laurier on Monday afternoon ecation ,by the French govern- that approval of parliament will to be given before the Canadian fleet will be allowed to participate m have wars. ment under the pretext of the separa- tion of church and state. All this, the pope said, instead of depressing the three Grand Prizes 'have been ed s prizes awarded to the next six highest candidates -having the highest number of "votes in each of the two districts. DISTRICT "NO. all "surrounding towns and territory outside of Lethbridge: One Diamond King One Writing Desk. One Gold One Suit Case. One Morris Chair One Silk Umbrella MISS ETHEL M. McKAY, Cranbrook, B. C. MISS ARLIE HUDSON, Purple Springs, Alta. MISS HOLLINGER, Medicine Hat H. A. KANOUSE, Pincher. Creek, CHESTER CASE, Claresholm, MISS MARY L. SUNSTRUM, Blairmbre, Alta; MISS RENA CONNOR, Warner, Alta. THEODORE SUNDAL, Taber, Alta........ MISS JESSIE CARL, Medicine Hat, Alta. MISS ANNIE TOMFOHR, Milk River, Alta. MISS MAGGIE LEE, Cardston, Alta. JAMES H. CAMPBELL, .MacLeod, MISS SUSAN WITBECK, Raymond, Alta. MISS V1LDA MATSON, Spring Coulee, Alta. A. A. COWIE, Cardston, J. BUTLER STONEY, Lethbridge Post Office JAMES GREAVES, Medicine Hat, E. J- DUFF! Spring Ridge, AJta. MISS LILLIAN TAYLOR, Medicine Hat, Aita. M1SSMARY BENNETT, Magrath French government on the school question is intended to be a decisive battle for the complete eff-acement of Christianity as a factor in the rear- ing ol children., or in other words the in the suppression of Christianity Prance of tomorrow. It is .asserted I t I pit) Goods ft Sell T Eastman Kodaks t Waterman Fountain Pens Eaton stationery c. B. Chocolates. GWett Razors Seeiey's Perfumes Every one of the above is the best in its line. o-et only first quality _ in everything you buy at tuc lore Peoples Drm NORTH WARD, p. J. ALEXANDER, w- Prescription Expert Druggist Optician "Take the Cake1 Call around to the City Bakery, Ford St, and see the cake that is being presented by The Brown Amuse- ment Company at the Lyceum Theatre evening to Jie advertiser whose ad- vertising slide com- mands most attention. RIRST TRAIN UNDER THE RIVER York Nov. iS.-Burrowing be- neath the Hudson river under Man- hattan's sky scrapers and below the ,-ivi-r bod a railroad tram today first time traversed b they new 21 route of the Penns ifrom New Jersey to Long I trip was taken by President McRea land the diwctonfof the Pennsylvania railroad to inspect the work which li, expected to cost before, it is tnisn- lol to The official _'in entered the t-winel at the Ear- must animate Catholics to defend their religious {aitMul that the Vatican'is ready to fight on two (mentions, namely Nominate a Candidate Early in the Contest Fill out the blanks early start is a good bediming, and often brings results bv the church. Papal .ords accepted here contonafion. of oMef 1 the opinion, that the Vatican believed T __ that the struggle organized by he denial the Cath- olic hierarchy and scholastic instruc- tion. N. J-, termina waited at DAILY HERALD PATTERNS and i nn. station in Manhattan lhuu proceeded in the tube island and under the Last rivci the ,LGARY CAN'T OBJECT Ciilcary Herald i Pivm-.-rr Entheriorrl says Lethbridge PENITENTIARY POPULA- TION INCREASING Ottawa. Xov. of the tontisry of the Donun lfoV the year ending March 31. are included in the blue book 01 the .Department o! Justice just is- The inspectors report, nn avcr- daily penitentiary population dur inc the of 1-625 ut an increase iji r t j i l t i i- T i it LiL __ 4- phone 445 Night Bell _ I active board oi trade m j over 190S. The Bm- L, It is hard to see Columbia penitentiary snows the c.m exception to being 34 per cent, 1st Vincent de Paul comes next with who has been i Air Harold Cooper, who nas Tbe ivbelliou m G eece thc D Slav's Concert I ceedingly short duration. Greece 1116 retting so that it is not possible tut ;very man a grievance i to turn j the whole kingdom on its neck. travelling .company, returned to the city yester- 'dav- During the tour Mr. Cooper forty-eight concerts in all. with i increase oi 27 per cent., and Mam-1 ti'.ba third with 20 per cent. The in- crease'in Kingston was about seven-j teen per cent. .sang at ERE charm that adds to fish Thelsubde piquancy you Worcesteilyhii'e 309-1 CHILD'S COAT PARIS PATTERN NO. 3094 All Seams Allowed This smart little coat oi reseda NOMINATION BLANK GOOD PUK luuu VOTES ONLY ONE BLANK ACCEPTED FOR ANY ONE CANDIDTTE I nominate Address candidate in THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Prize Voting as a Contest. Sicned Address. Cut out this _blanlr, send it nam or Herald's Contest FIRST GRAND PRI-ZE-S875 Gouriay-Angeius Player Piano. SECOND GRAND PRIZE-California Winter Tour or cash. THIRD GRAND PRIZE-Two 25-foot lots in Parkdaie ill be competed for by candidates ,n bo.h d.str.cts. prizes w DISTRICT District No- l-One diamond ring: one goid wotch; one leather seated morris chair; one ladies' writing desk, one umbrella. District No. 2-One diamond ring; one gold watch I leather nne ladies' writing desk, one silk umore-la. 3087 GIRLS' OXK-PIECE PRESS PARIS 'PATTERN NO. 3087 All Seams Allowed Thks smart though, simple little mo- thc del would be excellent for school It is also suitable for the washable fabrics, such as pique, duck. Krcen hroadeloih is one of the pretti- est of the season. Three shirring attacliea to a slay if bishop wear, in dark blue scrSe or style, finished by flaring cuffs. The mohair, double-breasted front is closed by a larec ornamental button and the open neck ?s filled in by a removable removable shield fill itld cuffe and long shawl col- front, which laps m lar arc heavily braided with anntedic. Other reproductions might belt, o he had in brown or old rose poplin, tnc svsrv.w: "rrivH rears For a child oi 6 years the lor a g 1 ot s i ui rrimi rr> -H vards of AN AWFUL CHARGE Tio-llr-ville, i8.-William, eKkiah and Daniel MacDonald, all brothers of Sydney township, are under axroat being charged with, in- cest. Their sister is the victim and complainant. double-breasted j silk style! closing with bone buttons.' The j The THE WASHER Boxing Midgets. Funniest act in vaudeville. ___ GLADSTONE mony singers and dancers. Featuring their own origin- al acrobatic dance. Pictures 1 The Winged Messenger 2 Now I'm Here 3 His First Flight Continuous Performance yards 51 inches wide. Price of pattern, 10 cents. ;