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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, October 2, THE LETHHBTDGIS DAILY HER ALP .j. Y. S. TO THE Uncle In 100S; real estate age ing on a largo city. When the real estate, Sh city, leaving 1 5OOD AGAJN I in Calgary 1 there ...have dime .stating Hing and in restitution si him. The, as auditors Warrants sued for'his aiTest, hut thest t were neve followed 'Now Shepherd awl his., solicits I written the Litv thai. Shepherd is a .position tO'inalj for all claims aga police arc trying many of -these possible, nnd, asit all who have claims 'to communicate with them as soon as possible, so that tliey- iriay 'he put> in Leuch with the lawyers In Cal- gary. v. Shepherd's career' since left been rather .went to the coast and in--; Vancouver and Seattle property made enough to-'ropay' his creditors and start even 'with the i world, with a little to spare., BOURASSA'S PAPER HAD RUMOR Oct. statement pub- lished in! be Devoir last night that the lasignation of V D. Monk is in the hands oC the Minister, and ihat it would become..effectlye today, can- not bo coafirmed; and is not credited. Mr. 'Monk-'wIH apeak at Sorel tonight, at a Conservative banquet to be given in honor "of Hon. D. Hazen, when it is expected he will deal with the re- por inel ben thai he IB to retire from tlie Cab- 'accept a place on the Quebec IOUNG LADY LAWYERS Oct. young- wo- have graduated from the Ontario shcool. This term there are four Blackstone enrolled. The Fop Successful Baking Drm't waste flour other good [materials trying to "inalte good bread l-with poor yeast, but use White Swan I Yeast Live grocers sell U 'Cakes !BC. Free sa'mple on' request. White Iswan Spices Cereals, Limited, iToronto, Canada. 'M 53 Edith Patterson, Vancouver, a gnij mte of McGill; Miss Mary E iBuo ley, of Toronto, and LMiss Jean Cat; i-e, B. A., of Hamilton, botli TOT- i University graduates; Miss Pat- n and Miss Buckley. :ire first jstudents. Miss Cairns is in the and final year. When the class- ic complete, the total will be ab- o-ut bree bnndred law students'. _JJL Warmer Underwear for Children r THE UNDBRWBA'R iTMENT is now ready to give values and var- iety. Every gi? rmeut 1 our large stock represents the best J joBsiblr ,value for the least money. Such maker fe as yatson's, Stanflold's, Turnbull's and eerless have sent us their best. Buy ear' tb' ;e are always a few for the ear'ty hr ers. INFANTS' VESTS, t- ro .tinct styles, botli in the .finest cashmere yi irn? one style buttons down the front, the otbe r y; the well known Reubens Vests. Good valu 35c, 40c, 50c. CHILDREN'S VEST 5' j light natural shade, vests button front, alac j line of all wool rib vests. Drawers to mate I' either kind. Sizes 2 to 14 years. Prices 30 i up to 75c per garment. CHILDREN'S COty' A splendid made union suit, shade, wool mixture, closed crotch; f so pure wool rib combinations. Sizes from 2 'up. Prices CHILDREN'S Y (IHTS iu black only. Some with button bands plj hers elastic band. Pure'wool, also wool oiy e. Sizes 3 to 14 years. Prices 50c, 60c anr SLE.EPERS, made from fleeced lined knit .KiUirials. Sizes 1 year to 7. Good heavy material. Special 65c and 75c. -MISSES' I'D S MALL WOMEN'S VESTS in sev- eral diff' ent reights, white "fleeced lined, white merino' A'hjte Drawers to match. Special values 50c, 75c, ?1.00. N many lines to mention their, ill. A special line at 35c, with .drawers to .itch. .Vjo a silk and wool mixture ai pure u uol vests and drawers at 75c, I, 51.75 i >ach. Wp' ,EN'S CO MBiNATIONS in white only, mecJ- y A welglit. oil cotton; some wool mix- others n ierino, silk r.ml wool. We have an Specially s tiod line at all sizes. OMEN'S TIGHTS in blast only; allout 75% .wool, clagf Ic band, sizes 3, 4, 5. Good value at S1.25. I CNIT CORSET COVERS in white, Ions sleev high neck. Sizes 34 to 40; two lines. 35c-iand 50c. LARGE W OMEN'S VESTS; also drawers to match, in -natural shade only. Two extra spec- ial values. Sizes from 40 to 46 bust. Prices 75c, per garment. THE LARGEST STOCK OF CORSETS IN THE ARE AGENTS FOR NEIKO AND WARNER'S RUST-PROOF CORSETS WE SELL FOR LESS Co. "j'HE BUSY CORNER STORE" WE SELL FOR LESS M1LADI fDITtD BY Offic., 1K4 Father of all! In every age. In every clime adored, By saint, by savage, tmi) by or Tlum Great First Cause, luast under- Blood. Wild.all my confined To kiiow but this, that Thou art good, And that myeolf am blind. .Mr, and Mrs. H. mov- ing Into.theii' Homo on Westminster Itoad next week. .Mr. and Mrs. Ueorge U. MaoKay expect to leave .Montreal in two or three days eu route home. -Miss Dixoii and Miss Annie Uixon, of London, Kugland, are guests with Mra. A. Hall. Jlr. Francis, of tho Merchants flank staff, will return tonight from u vncii- IJoi.i ajwiit in ISlco and oilier iiqints. Sir, and Mrs. A. il. Grace, of Medi- cine Hat, are guests'with the .1 attar's parents, Mr. and J. il. Wallace. Mr .and -Mrs. Norman Peat were., week-end visitors, with the former's stater, Mrs. G. C. New Dayton. Mr. and "Mrs. Frank A. Stoltze motored to Calgary yesterday, where they will remain for the rest of the week. Mrs. Green; of Ohio, who is on an extended visit with air. and Mrs. V. E. Creeii, Hull Block, 4s spending a few days with friends in Carmangay. f Sir. and .'Mre. Kellogg, are occupy- ing the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Peat, 638 Eleventh St., S., for the winter, while the latter are. in Tiini- dad. Sirs. L.-Cheney, ot" Qildford, Mont, is visiting her yon, J. H. Cheney, and will remain until after the Dry-Farm- ing Congress. Mrs. O. IX Austin, who'lias been staying with Mrs. W. S. Ball, since being able to leave the Gait Hospital after her recent illness, was sufficieat; ly recuperated lo leave on Monday for Lauombe to join Mr. Austin. A goodly dumber attended the dance" given 4u Unity Hall, last evening, under the auspices of the Companions of the Forest. Splendid music was provided, whtoti made dancing espec- ially enjoyable for the guests. A dainty menu waa served at -the mid- night hour, after which dancing was resumed until two o'clock, stopping just in time to allow those present to catch the special car provided. E. B. Newcomb and H. H. Lanrtmt, inercliiints from J7ova Scotia. guests of A. Ii.-Dun.lop, Messrs. Newcoinb midvLa- Imont will proceed to Calgary Thura- Iday morning, theuce Lo Edmonton and 'back east via SasKntocra. They, are highly delighted with this city and state that they have seen no city in' the west so far, the future prospects of which in tlieir opinion, surpass those of Lethbrldge. A quiet wedding was solemnised in St- Augustin's church at five o'clock yesterday afternoo-a, when Miss Pearl May Paulson was joined in matrimony to Mr. John Alvin Guy Bain; both of Sweet Valley. They were 'attended by Mr. and Mrs. Keidig, and the nuptial knot was tied by Rev. J. E. Murrell- Wright in the presnece of only u few intimate friends. Mr. and MrsXfiain will reside in Sweet Valley. attendance Is requested as thcro' b a largo number of cumlidato.s to bo in- itialed and important bus hi ess to dis- cuss. i The ladies of the Crystal Lake and Hyssop districts met at Mrs. Thomp- son's last Wednesday itnd a Ladies' Aid was organized, following ofl- cers being elected: President, .Mrs. C. Pyle, Vice-president, Mrs. Hamhly, 2-nd vice-president Mrs. Thompson, secre- tary, Mrs. Himlfnp, treasurer Mrs. Dlochoff, Mrs. bishop presided. A meeting was held ut Mrs. (Uaspey'i today. The musical program at the whist drive and social to bo held tomorrow (Thursday) evening at Unity Hall, un- der the auspices of St. Mary's Men's will Include the following ar- tistes: Miss D. Cameron, Messrs. W. Stott, H. G. Kilnor and L.. Grist. Those who intend playing whist are asked to put in .as early an attendance as possible, so that there may be no de- lay in commencing play, which should start between 7.30 and S o'clock. The Westminster Epwonh League held a well attended rally last even-, ing. A unique .feature was the serv- ing of refreshments from eight to nine> after which av splendid program was rendered. -A forestry and a pea- nut contest furnished much interest to those present. A solo by Mr. Stott, a recitation by 'Mr. Holt and a quar- tette 'selection by Miss SImm, Miss Simm and Mr. Stott, were among the enjoyable numbers on the: program. Rev. Joseph Woodsworth delivered an appropriate address and cards were distributed to newcomers to sign as members. The. enromnent was ,uia- tei'iajiy Increased by the cloBe of lust night's meeting. The social evening, given lust night at the home of Revi.C. Grant, under the auspices the Lutheran League, wns a decided success, a large num- ber being in attendance. The follow- ing fine programme was rendered: Opening song, League; reading, Eiu- ar Nelson; solo, Bernhard GuldBeth; dialogue, Miss Mary> Arik, Miy Guld- seth and iMr. WilliSnv Lohmann; vio- lin selection, Mr. Bo'sc'o, accompanied by Mrs, Bosco lthis: number was es- pecially fine, the audience demanding an readingy'ttlr. G'.: Ritzer; "Hurrah for the Union the Boys; Livea John- son: TSilfen Nelson, Miss :Clara Bjorkblade, Miss Elvira Kuust Nanetta Carlson; piano solo, -'Carl Grant; good-nigh? song, League. The serving of inviting refreshments concluded the THE PINK OF PER- FECTION IN FOOT- WEAR FOR FALL A. beautiful foot makes a woman' attractive. know what a stylish, well-shod Joot means. A swell loncs up the entire costume ami stamps the wearer as being well dieted SiilisliiPtion lit, lepulation. style a Uiuishision ol extellencies vouwiiriind in all 0111 shoes. They "Hi others lail." GUI ladies' shoes loi this fall are il.iiitU tnumphs ol t ho shoemaker's act, designed with ailislic taste, si vie ,uid clunacki SliocH in bulton of lace smart 'shoe- for city wear. Ladies' 'Patent -Shoes in button or laoc. with dressy. shoe.' -Tail Calf Shoes in button 01 lace, welted, high toe, swing last." le, Kid tops.- A lop A Pricet .in. low cut thoea range'from to in high cut ihoes of the above devcriptjgri iroin up THE HUDSON'S BAY CO. Clubs and Societies FREIGHT RATE CASE OCTOBER 7 Ottawa, Oct. hearing of the freight rate case, which is of vital im- portance to Western Canada, has been set for.-MoiidJiy, October 7., At the last hearing of the :hea'ring at which the; late Judge Ma- bee was suddenly stricken with appen- dicitis, It was derided that a prlma facie'cas-a had been made out against the, railroads, and they were given un til October I to show cause why their rates, in the West should not be plac- ed on a lev-el with those in the east. t'A STRENUOUS TIME Salisbury, N.C., Oct. Roosevelt meeting at Hickory today ended with a fight in the crowd, and Col. Roose- velt was obliged to give up the at- tempt to make a speech, it was not the Colonel's only adventure during his trip across North Carolina. Ear- lier in the day he 'was locked out of his car, thinly clad, and rode on the platform in the sharp air of ea'fly mornlng for twenty minutes before his plight was discovered. LINKING THE OUTER PMS Australia is Building Trans- continental Sod Turned TEN CHILDREN .BURNED PENITENT MOOD WANTED TO PLEAD GUILTY AND BLAMED IT ALL ON LEGAL Because, as he said, his lawful wile was a tartar and madt, home life im-1 possible, anil because she refused to 1 stay home ol hung the irt.e and easy life, George Ravuslcy .left 1 her in Edmonton, came to Lethr-ridge and married LluabUh Boothimn toj------------------------ Montreal, Oct. was received here from St. Her- uard, Dorchester -County, this afternoon that ten children had been burned to death there. The father is Mr. farmer, and the parents j said to have been away ing cuds neighbors the fire broke out. They saw tilt1 reflection of the flames, but aparontly too late to avoid catastrophe. net fcydnev Australia, Oct. The j spite liis Now lie is sorry. Rawnsley appenn d this moimn? lie- The Junior Guild of St. Mary's church not meet on Thursday evening, as the meeting has been post- poned for a week. Tlte Chosen Friends will meet on Thursday evening, Oct. 3rd, at' eight o'clock in the S. 0. E. hall. A full AN INTERESTING RUMOR London, Oct. v that the stork Is hovering over the English Hoyiil honseholil were published in London Mail's weekly society supplement, which specializes in court gossip. The interesting news was the subject of much comment In the fashionable dra'wing rooms of the West 12nd. t' King George and Queen Mary, whose marriage took placs on July fi, 1803, have six children, of whom ali but Prin- cess Victoria Alexandra, are boys. The Prince of Wales was born in IS94. and ID'S youngeKt brother, Prince John, in 1905. V V A ti 4 ORDERED TO ASSIGN Montreal, Oct. Bishop Con- struction Co., contractors, of Winni- peg, Toronto and Montreal, were or- dered yesterday (0 make an assign- ment of their property for the bene- fit of their creditors by Judge Guerhi. W. L. M. KING TO RUN Herlin, Onl... Oct. 1. Mackenzie King will be the Liberal candidate in N'ortb Waterloo, made vacant by'Dr. Lackncr becoming sheriff. trans-Australian raihray which will connect Port Augusta with Kalgoor- lie and give Western Australia ac- cess by rail to the rest of the com- monwealth. The line is thus import- ant both from the plan and from the strategicalpoint of view and com- pletes the federation which hitherto has been practically imperfect. The Union Jack and ilie Australian -en- sign were flown together at the cere- mony. The cost of the new line being 'constructed by the Federal govern- ment is provisionally estimated .at Work on the railway :has begun on both ends. The isolation of Western Australia is not only a source of economic weakness, but a grave strategic defect. This, will be built from Port Darwin southwards, the heart of Australia will he laid bare. ey __ fore .Magistrate lor his prc to hiitf, he. blurted out that was CLARKE RESIGNS Talgan Oci 1 Commission- er S I C hrlip handed Ihe citv touu- cil a surprise packet at tlic guilty and implored ihc mercy-of.the j Monday night, when he tendered In court. was merely a resignation, to take ctiect Ln Oct 31 ary trial accuseil was; anvtlnng of hii in- "Ot teiitions until CiU Clerk Miller read mer, his solicitor, iskeil that the preliminary hearing be waived, .and the case licard in a higher bourt as soon as possible. Alias .liobthman was present to give evidence in the case, but none i adjourned 'till tomorrow morning when it. is likely 'that the aRteo to waive, the preliminary, arid com-. mil for trial without further e-vi- I 'iliiwnsley is., 4JB .years of and .has four children in 'Edmonton. "To the brief letter notifying the council that he liail to relinquish of- fice. H was a plain notification of re- tirement, giving no reasons. who would look after them properly. BUSINESS MEN Wishing- a quiet chat with V friend'during the fiiid it convenient and pleas- ant t.o take lunch at The Brown Betty Tea Room Corner Third Aye. and Fifih Street South are firm of Windsor T.blcSalt. it ia pure and and good. Ask any grocer for his bestsaJt, and he will give you Windsor every time. Not because it costs ft does because the grocers know that Windsor Table Salt pleases their customers. 57 TEMPORARY INSANITY CAUSED MR. BELL'S DEATH Guelph, Ont., Oct. William B-sIl came to his death on September 25, while in a state of temporary in- sanity, by being run over by a G. T, P. train at Traiuor's Cut, and that no blame be attached to anyone, was the verdict arrived at by the jury who in- quired Into tho death of William Bell, one of Guelph's most prominent citi- sttnsi, whose body was found mangled beyond recognition on the G. T. P. track about two miles east of tho city. MILLION DOLLAR FIRE Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. valued .it was destroyed hy.( fire, which swept over pier SO south j wharves, at. tlie fcoi of Snyder av-j enue, here, in one of the most, spectacular fires that ever occurred on the Delaware river front. The peir, which was owned fry the Balti- more Ohio Railroad, and valued at was entirely destroyed. DISASTROUS, WIND STORM Paris, Qct. violent wind storm injured over a score of Parisians Air- ly this morning, and swept over tho city, wrecking several districts. A number of buildings under construc- tion were blown down, trees were up- rooted and chimneys lurried from thft roofs of many of the older houses into 11 lie rtroeU, ELLISON'S "OUR BEST" FLOUR It is poor policy to purchase low grade flour. Only flour like this that can he relied on to give all those delicious Qualities to your. baking .that makes hoirjeXeeping a success and a joy. Use it once and you will use it for good. START TODAY Ellison Milling and Elevator Co. MILLS AT LETHBRIDGE, RAYMOND AND MAGRATH ;