Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1910, Lethbridge, Alberta
lSTOTeiiiber THE LETHBKIDGE DAILY HERALD Pa ire 5 Removing Coal Crate r Wood You Can Change Grates For Coal or Wood in a Jiffy without' trouble.-', --The coal grate slips out of a Sask-Atta Steel Range -with ease and.the wood grate 'slides in as The MeClary patented Duplex coal' grate's'.have short strong teeth that 'They cannot'' You can "dump the, ashes in .one end of the fire-box, if ouV-be'cause gates'operate -independently of .other., -Inverted, r i f" 1- i ._'- FOR ALBERTA STUDENTS tetter "baking-and; cooking less coakand'less work." -Xh'e will) wiry- youMl'-be W-rite, for" booklet, with 22, Wicnipee, -Vancouver, St. :for Sale by StaffopWpew Co., iettbriilge In the will of the late Mr. Cecil was made'for a scholarship for each province then., in the'..Dominion .and one scholarship for .the! North West Tef- 'ritories. .Up., to the present ..time the; trustees of the Mil have not b'een prevailed "upon to provide for a schol- arship for each of the two new prov- inces "of'-'Alberta' and: -Saskatchewan, and in the .meantime arrangements have been made" 'whereby Rhodes' scholars are" selected; by Alberta and. Saskatchewan for .alternative .years. The .-selection for the year 1911 is to be made by Alberta and the trustees asked, that .shouldjbe pleted by the first day of .January3( 1911. Elected .scholars begin resi-' dence" at the I'year for which -they are-elected.- Each-- is tenable years ,and .is 'of df per "jui- .niim. Candidates must be British .subjects' and They must not .have passed their twenty-fifth birthV day, on ..October ;lst. of Ahevyear ,for Vhich, 'they, are :An eleete'd scholar must have reached at least the end of ..his Sophomore or -second year's w-ork at some recognized ing. University-or College "applyjior the; 'tne, they; any considerable part: of qualifications for that of the. province v in w, hich: the have' their private doraocile residence.; -No candidate ma compete in, than one province or in success! i1 years; who hay the Oxfort thbs are exempted Ifrom Responsion by Siatiit are eligible for election. X a choice eaca qualified candidate .is required nish to of. a-ful statement of educational career a his letics, and -such hi. teachers at school and his professor inkref ecsnce to .the .quali ties .indicated by Mr. Rhodes, as wil assist the judgment of the Committe- Candidates, extracts from :of: included -tn the Annual the Department of Ediicationr and this "Report will forwarded upoij request. ;i-Alls applications ;froin candidates for the 1911 full partic the hands of-D. S of- Edu cation, iiot later than De- cember DEBATl'GOES WEARMON IRRELIGIOUS -WORK ORGANIZING "The Religious; Work .Committee of: the'T.'iVL-C. A.- .under .way for an aggressive -work as soon as the building is One-feature will be a weekly meeting all-the Sunday School-teachers-'of ;the city. This meeting will probably i be held at ;G.13-p.m.--The first item on the program will, be -supper, after. which thirty to forty-five be devoted to study, of tli quiclily stops coughs, cures colds, .heals tbroat and lunis _. -_ 25 cents. day's lesson. A different' leader will be chosen for oact fireek. Tke- first, of-, each r'ononth -will be, de- voted ,ac, study the art of. teach- ing. al. 'Not only all" regular Sunday School teachers of the city but pros- pective teachers as -well will be wel- comed; :at meetings. -.-Such an affiliation -of the Sunday: School forc- es ought to be. very- helpful. The Com- mittee to -choose leaders and subjects is composed, of) Messrs. Rev. Iviillen.. Temporary Heat AIR British Making Col. Hughes .Has Hope of j Osculations on Poli- tical Contest Boiirassa imjjerialistic v- Otta-is-s; 2S- The. -debate on Sb.e; speech from the throne "was" con-' tinued "today by F. L. Fowke, of South' Ontaiip, Col.' Sam Hughes, 01 of -Red ilartin Burrell, Thte. t- speaker ;saw; no re-" London, and. Tories' both rspealrV confidence .about'scorins a' 'victory but it is doubt- fill feel RecoUec- tions of- prophecies .and even calcula- tions made: in-Januarj-.-last remind the "afield the 'pro- iirat- speaker w no reason' tor pnecies be- fusing tc negotiate with the 'Unitell -trade matter because there '.chanc'e -of Canadian -trade There, was a chance cf improving it also. The doughty colonel reminded ine Did you ever stop to think of the many ways in which a perfect oil heater is of value If yotf want to sleep witfi your win- dow opea in winter, you can get sufficient heat from an oil-heater while you undress at night, and then turn it off. Apply a match in morning, when you get out of bed, and youihaveheatwhile you dress. Those who have to eat an early breakfast before the stove is radiating heat can get immediate warmth from an. oil heater, and then off. The girl who practices cm the piano In a cold room-in the morning, can have warmthvfrom an'oil heater while sheplays, and then turn it off. The member of the family who has.to walk the floor on a cold win- ter's night with a restless baby can get temporary heaLwith an oil heater, and then turn it off. The In the Senate Business of the Upper House today was confined to answering questions Senator Landry was told that in Sep- tember a delegation from -Manitoba Absolutely smokeless and odorless [applied for federal aid to an interna- tional' exhibition at Winnipeg. Two and a half million dollars spread over three years, was asked for. The re- quest was .under consideration. house '.-that Drench blood .in hi's, veiifsV-and when Srodeur could ardent imperial- is c was.'stnfe'hope for Sourassa Clark, of Red-Deer, analyzed Ec-rdeirs.national ppucy-, anLsf-tor feirtng- to ''the largeness and biya'dth of -of the Trest, said he did not re-cent Jhe -s.raendment-moved by the leaj.ar of the would suit the He Bunder- stood the West and he thought he coulil -not carry it .under -his' policy.'; v; Cr- Clarlc paid a strong triouta" 1o tne prime minister." Lib eral applause by saying- that in. gary.Sir.Wilfrid had stated that next' to his belief in his religioa he ed in. the greatness of Cauadfi's des- t'..iy.' Burrell commended the prime minister for. .making his tour the lieve they will considerably. improve their'present position and.are-predict- ing of twenty 'to thirty seats, i'he-Tories" a 'shbriTHme age only .ed- to .reduce; majority, but now hope" to'secure Ja majority. The action of the House of pass- ing reform resolutions .has materially affected their position, they, believe. :Dut whether this-is-so-it ig impossible to say. There'are of Lon- doners who shift-their quarters so Quently that the difficulty of tracing their removal 'will be enormous. On the whole-this is more disadvantag- eous to the-Liberals'than to the Tor- ies. The resolution that will' be -detei> mined at a meeting of the privy- coun- cil at Marborough House, at half past three o'clock Monday afternoon, but i therlateness of the'hour probably pre-j eludes any writs reaching-the -return- ing officer on the same- evening. Speak- ing at "Woodstock and. referring, to the recent, visit of David. Lloyd-George to Blenheim House, the Duke of Xarl- Dorough said he certainly did not sus- pect at the time that he would event- uailv become the largest mark of his up! You Before you in shape for the day; drink a MAYOR NS VACUUM HOUSECLEANnGNTG Or, CALL 1208 "COO RTLAWD Defeiics Formation of a Segregation Area 's in s Winnipeg, :Nov! -investiga- ti.on Robsbn- into... the by Dr.; Shearer re- vididtidn whit .is called-..the segregated. area proceeded "allVday.l today; ;Mayor Sanford Evans-was-.t-hV ness.-, iie.'-.kue'.w there was a taiaed that, bis experiehce- as'.t.r-ayei-: ler showed, Winnipeg to comparers-cry, cities "of its size' matters''of Questioned) as -to "rthe- mann-cr'. of the; law's, enforcemeniv'Mayor. Evans cla-reci entirely-in- tho. h.ands -.McRae.. .In. '-whom .he; most impHcit-'-coufidence.: Justice-; Robson anyited question Mayor Ald.Willbugh- )V enquired as to the "board's !pfoceeti- ngs in "order ,to establish as mayor very" clear 'upon' .the point; ReV.; a." (Ralph-.', Coi- took the interpTe1 remarks- 'by the newspapers, stating 'that tie would not. accept the press version until ARE THESE YOTJK CLOTHES! Would you TOLERATE! tHia FILTHY and practice white" itcani laundry Think of it. ui 1 a" chance; Lethbridge Laundry Company 461 47? NOMINATIONS IN Ther-'-nominations' .mayor and buncil; will be -received by he returning council -.hamber pi -in- a'- public.: or heat-re .as, has--been" the-', custom for t'last 'feir. years. Itwhas been usual, for tie .occasion to -take; the ofin 6? a-public meeting'for the'-dis- puSlic' affairs; Acting'May- r Bowman says call public meeting .some-, evening during he week between nomination 'day, nd election day. -The returning officer, will "post. iuW otices of election on v SPECIAL One of the swellest sweetest, -in the for the verr low price of cash ance -any way ;you wish. Let us show you this one before you It btdlt close in, has 6 large rooms, is fullv place. J, ;.This offer is good ttll Tuesday night ontoc THE DOWSLEY CO. SLIGHT CHANGE OF SETTLE] !NT thousht more of v f---------- i atiu. j- sbcnid be. made. The Quebec mem- bers especially should go .TVest and get a broader outlook of the always shows the amount of oil in the font. It has an automatic-locking Game spreader which prevents the wick from being turned high enough to smoke, and is easy to remove and drop 'back so that the wick can be cleaned in an instant. me burner body or gallery cannot Become wedged, and can be quickly unscrewed for rewickiag. Finished in japan or nickel, strong, durable well- made, built for service, and yet light and ornamental. Dealers Everywhere.- If r.oi at years, iarffe far circular to nearest agony of the LOCAL BUDGET All Users of EDDY'S "SILENT" MATCHES Know they make no noise or sputter, and have no odor; are quick, safe and sure. Mail e by Itie IB. Eddy, Co., Limited, Hull Canada Ask your nearest grocer for them ur NEW Crawford. Reel Deer, ing- to penter to Calg'ary Calgary, Nov. no defi- nite announcement has been made as yet, it is pretty generally understood tnat J.'L. Crawford, of Red Deer, who nas appointed to the district court, will be placed in the Macieod division and that Judge Carpenter of Macieod will come to Calgary. The vacancy, has been caused by the re- signation of Hon. C. R. Mitchell. Judge Carpenter is a. very able young man. He was one of the first of the district court judges to be ap- pointed- Previous to that he had been practicing in Innisfail, Aid. Kins 'has arranged to hold. a meeting -in Redd ing's Hall, next Fri- day night at which he will address the ratepayers of North Lethbridge. The case of James Gallagher, who came up for his preliminary hearing before Inspector West, J. P., this" morn- ing on the charge of horse" stealing. was further adjourned'until Monday. F. T. Robins, J. J. Cameron and R, A. Smith went to Grassy Lake this afternoon to spend Sunday visiting T. H. Underwood. There will be a meeting tonight of supporting the 'candidature of H. J. Goode for the city council. The place is C. C. MacGregor's office on Fourth Avenue and the time 8.30 o'clock. A whist drive and. social will be held in the Oddfellows Hall Wednesday Nov. 30th at S o'clock under the aus- pices of the Daughters and Maids of England. Magnificent .prizes have been given by the following Trades- men of the city; Messrs. Jackson, McKillop, Hick. Southard, Woods, Ten-ill, Alexan- der. Bawden Bros., Kirkham Bros., Bent.ley Company. The whole pro- ceeds are to be given to the Needy Sick Fund. 294-3x Stockholders of Ontario Not Making Bank Payments Toronto, Ont., Nov. ers of the Ontario Bank are hoi-ding ia their payments under their double-, liability which must be met by Thursday, December 1st. At- present only has been paid up. There is to be paid but the" liquidators "will think thf'ai- selves lucky if they secure There are which belong- ed to the officers guarantee .iund of the Ontario Bank, and the liability on this amounting to has been fastened on Charles McG-iH, It PasrsloRead the Advertisements Eveiy person -who forms a habit of reading advertisements IB -sure to be-benefited1 thereby. .Ton Toll overlook tne best offerings m the stores unless you keep.yourself posted from day The" merchants "who advertise, are .the give thfe ibest- Talues, and no one can adTertise in these days unless they can.back up right kind of Solseep" your, eye on the PARTICULARLY OURS. For today. Tve; offer, a very fine line of NATIVE PORT WINE 'A very old and high'grade-wine, to iis. from'the1 largest wine manufacturers in. Niagara. Falls, where the' best "Nathre Wines are made.- Our price PER (Jars Extra) The C. C. Pagmielo Wine 1 O and bpmt Co. 407 Second Avenue S. Phone 543 lating thy -sjstea.. .Ref AUTO.STS HAD A VERY UNPLEASANT EXPERIENCE A reliable French j pilla are exceedingly pbwciml in regnlat" 1 j.gcncratiTe-psrtissof tisefszale-syste; A of five local men.motored! Ji1 cueap _____ tJSabox. or three ior Maflod :o any address, to Alagrath on Thursdays Returning ThaScobeUDray.Co., St. tnat night the auto broke down just this side of Pot Hole Creek. The party spent the night camped in a coulee with nothing.but. their 'over- coats for bedding. They awoke in'the morning covered with snow and footed -jsto the city for -breakfast. RIVER DRIVERS DROWNED Nov. and Oliver Landry, cotisins, drowned in the. fourth, rapids of -Matabaquan river in- the Canadian -La- while-, floating ti; comes on suddenly and is painful. It is caused by of the muscles. Quick eliet is afforded by applying Cham- e-rlaiiv's- Liniment Sold by all drug- MARKETS WINNIPEG WHEAT Winnipeg, Nov. No- vember opened 93 3-4; closed 92 3-4; December 91 1-2, closed 90 3-4; May opened 95 1-2, closed 92. Cash close: No. 1. Northern 92 1-2; No. 2 Northern 1-2; No. 3 Northern 88 1-4. No. 2 C. W. oais 33. No, 1 N. W. flax 23. Let the_ Housekeeper Order the Flour I SHE DOES THE BAKING ROSES FLOUR WILL BE HER CHOICE RYE ROSES S312 It insures large, light loaves of appetizing flavor, and is equally good for cakes and pastry, r "Unbleached, Yet White As Snow" Ask your Grocer for Five Roses Fknir. THE LAKE OF THE WOODS MILLING COMPANY, LIMITED.