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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta THt LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, MONDAY, 4, IMI. Always ers New Fill are to Fit-Reform Garments are the recognized leaders of fashion. Fit-Reform Suits and 'Overcoats stand at the head of all high- class hand-tailored garments for gentlemen. Fit-Reform sMe, quality, workmanship and value are everywhere acknowledged the best. j CU i OFF DiGiT TO j EA'RN EXTRA. I Cleveland, Oct. Fun, would (you 'deliberately go to 'a doctor and j j have one of your fingers cut off ii' it; would enable you to earn an extra a year V J Well, that's exactly what Bob Hig--'' the Naps' new catcher, plans to i do at the end of the lit-! tie finger on his right hand has broken ten times. It's not broken now, but it is beut so that the joint points in toward the his hand. i That first joint looks like a boilj most of the time because it's impos-, for him to keep it from being! 'hit. It's red and sore so much that! he's in constant pain when catching, j "You will never have any comfort i until you cut off that first j i M ;mager McGuire told him. -'All right. I'll let Dr. Castle doj I the sawing1 as soon as the season's: said Higg-ins. ALBERTA SUNDAY and of! PROF. E. 0. EXCELL His name all over the continent. He has composed a 'great number of hymns and anthems. Ho has_ been the successful director of the music in a host of large conven- tions. Prof. Excell ii now at the head of large music business in Chicago with a desire to visit West- ern Canada, he is to accompany Mt. Lawrence on his convention, trip this fall and will, assist in the conventions iu Saskatchewan, Alberta and Brit- ish Columbia. Tims, he will sing at the Canadian Programme Of Big Affair To Be Held in Edmonton 'ijif convftiuoii 01 the Alb rtj Sun- uuy school association at Edmonton, Oct. -c5 uiK; promise lo -.-lie or tne yivuUvjt gatherings over held iii thv west. There will be some- udiig tuerc lo imprest everyone who is coiuiecU'd wub. any ..-vaiigelicai Sunday sc.av.-ol in tile province. The world's Sunday school leuCK-r wiii bV tnerv and all who can should hear him. There will be ix-- jjuia.f rates on the C. P. ii. and C. :Sv 1L. If 100 certificates are presented'single fare will be ob- tained. The committee does not feel EASTERN TOWNSHIPS BANE CAPITAL INCORPORATED 1859. 1 aunk.iitf Accounts of Mer- tannm invned Savings Bank n Lethbrijge cuiivnt rates. ROUND STREET Old Sage Store A. R, ROME, Manager. hour, conducted by Rev. Patterson, Edmonton. "How can v.--- inU-r- more people and thereby sccm-f their active in the work of the Sunday Led bv Jor- luiucu. JLIJ.V viuuuuitiet; iioi ieei i T fl K i inclined to guarantee that' this l h. 10-00-Conferenw: 'Suppkine.iial (or- be the case, but they are positive that there will be a far greater num- ber iu attendance. The p -ople oi Edmonton have kindly undertaken to entertain all delegates who send in their names in reasonable time on the. Harvard plan (bed and breakfast free.) McKELViE McGUIRE Sole Agents for Lethbridse. District News MACLEOD (From the J, M. Harrison will preach, an- niveraary sermons in Pincher Croat .Sunday, Oct. 17th. A U.P.'B. freight car, containing a piano, several barrels of beer and a consignment of potatoes jumped the track "into Crow's Nest lust week and the Macleod wrecking' crew had a nierry lime fishing it out. The-increase of freight and passen- er traffic at Macleod has been pei' cent, over that oi year ago. The new elevator of the Western Graia Co. will be erected beyond the coal sheds, und not on the lot of Jand in iront of ttie Empire hotel; where the original surveys were ted. ;J The "Old Time Supper" waa a real to the.old Methodist church building. rilu> destroyers laid their hands on it the next "day and'it is' now nothing but a memory. The marriage of H. M'. Stewart, lo- cal managei- of the Bank of Com- at Medicine Hat, recently of Vei-miUion, and -formerly of Macleod, to iUss Uorotliy iLay ilichardson, of Vermilliou, took place on Sept. 15th. and ilrs. Stewart will be at home on the 15th of October at Medi- cine Hat. Hr. Stewart was one the oaiffinal clerks in the bank here who came out from F.ngland. and. still many friends in Macleod who con- jjratulate nitn upon his marriage. An Old With Of Our "BULLER" COMES IN 2 2 for 25c. TOOKE BROS. LIMrTED, MONTREAL MAKERS OF TIES, AND IMPORTERS OF MEM'S FURNISHINGS. 13 Canadan Briefs Hastings, Ont., Oct. Or- monde Cheese factory was destroyed t. by are with a loss of about insurance a Hamilton, Ont., Oct. coun- ty council has notified the county constables that half the fines collect- At the 0-ranum celebration a few weeks ago the expenditure ajnounted to and there is a. balance, but it ha.g been proposed LO use it aa a foundation for an annual agricul- tural exhibition. Macleod Caledonian Associa- tion, dedicated thajr new rooms over tne post-office Tuesday evening1 with a Scottish thoroughness that left no doubt on the minds of the members and -the. g-uests who enjoyed the asso- ciation's hospitality on that occasion that the thinp: was done and well dona. The new school building shape now- It is an- immense im- provement, s_o far as appearance goes, upon the old structure. od from automobilists are to go to xhem. Ottawa, leg- islation is piling- up for the approach- ing session 01 parliament. Kine coni- pianies having charters ior railways in ilitnitoba and the Northwest will seek amendments for extension of time for completion oi their projected lines. The Pine Pass Company will ask for a charter to build, a rail- i THE RING. I j Kid Beebe, the PKilrciuUl longest record ''of uny j tr in the world, thin'cs he is j "battles before he crat-es up ;arne. .Jimmy Dime, the 1'i.t'Ai.ur.v ccter, has hii upon novol u.vUo1 of deciding the of the !io.its held at his club. Dime.; asses' oat about 200 ballots" to his patrons ani I the majority of decides the win- ners. The east boasts of few good heav- j ies. The bunch includes Al -Ivubiak, j John Wille. -lim Stewart and one or two others. Hut there is 'no reason why others cannot be developed. In the olden days promoters never en- countered any trouble rounding up .opponents for -lohn L. Sullivan, I while later years'brought out such gems ;is Sharkey, Ruhlin, Ataber, Fitxsimmons, Corbett, Hart ajid j HhrecU. Where are they now All past, yone and in H-h? mum forgotten I .save in the records. New faces, fresh from the other, side of the Atlantic, are billed to appear at eastern clubs within the next few weeks. The tourists, Sid Russell, a j heavy-weight of Australia, and Ted i Nelson, a welter-weight from the same country, are coming to hook up I with the men of their classes here. Harry Pollock is acting- as the (pilot. Pollock f Tacked the ice ahead by; scn.-iin.-; a letter to a close friend j stating that both his charges axe j wonderful men. bound to cut quite a i figure here. llussell weighs 180 j pounds, while Nelson scales at 142. 1 i latter is to be the best man I for his weight in i he Antipodes. He i will probably plenty of matches, especially with Jimmy Clabby, Jim- my Gardner and Mite (Twin) Sulli- j 1 van. running around in search ot op- 1 ponents. club luncHeon in Calgary on Oct 261 have been made with and at the "At Home" in the even- the C' P' Xi' to put two exlra 'ing. He will conduct the' choir of OU the traiu leavklS Calgary 500 voices at the big provincial con-1011 The committee vention at Edmonton, Oct. 37-29. Ils" PlanmuS to make, this trip as in- terestiag as possible that day. This I will be the convention, train. Upon arrival at Edmonton from this train the delegates will proceed direct to the Thistle Kink 011 Sec- ond street, where the registering and billetting of -delegates will be at- j tended to, and the i gram commence.J following pro- MARION LAWRENCE .There is perhaps no man living -who has given' a greater impetus to. Sun- day school work than has Marion general secretary of the PROGRAM OF PROVINCIAL S. S. CONVENTION Edmonton; Oct. 27-29, 1909. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 27. 5.00 hour in Thistle Eink. 6.00 tea, served in the rink for the delegates and S. S. workers of the twin cities. President's A. C. Far- rell. Addresses of City of Edmonton, Mayor Lee; Chur- ches of Edmonton, Rev. Arch. Gray; Sunday schools of. Ed- A. ButcJiart, pres. 3.00 school prayer meetings in the various, chur- ches of the city! Special con- vention speakers. THURSDAY, OCT. 28. First Presbyterian Church. hour, conducted by Rev. Marshall, Edmonton. Marshall, Edmonton International Sundav School reports from each couu- COLEMAN (From the Miner) The slope at the mouth of the mine at Carboudale, in which 'thfl lirst -development work was done, is 'down 302 feet- Work also has been done north aad south at this level, parallel air-ways to extant of one kuadred. and seventy-five feet i been completed. The first room' has been and the first pillar is i way from Edmonton through, the j Fiue liiver Pass to Fort" Georga, B. is taking c., on the Fraser Biver, Ottawa, Out., Oct. of application, for divorce im given by Vera Ethel Kenmey, .Edwaxd M. Oreiglitoii and Emily F. JS'icoll, ail of Toronto. I HON. A. 3. AYLESWORTH IS RETURNING i London, Eng., Oct. A.B. j Aylesworth, minisrter of justice for i Canada, and Mrs. are j passengers on the .Victorian which j sailed for Canada yesterday. In an I interview. Aylesworth said he was not i unfavorable to state-owned cables but i at present money could bet- jter be expended for other purposes. 100 feet by 275 feet. The develop- ment work in the mine is being- car- Ottawa, Ont., Oct. Mary Emmanuel, aged 51, a lay sister at the Precious Blood Monastery, killed through falling from a ladder in the Sanctuary of the convent this evening. She was washing the caii- near the Altar at the time, when the ladder slipped and with it, sfce tell. Her head came in violant con- tact with, the floor and she died with- in a few minutes. j FISHERY CASES ARE i BEING PRESENTED i London, Oct. Canadian case in the fishery-dispute with the United States'has been prepared anfi i will be presented to Whitlaw Eeid, i American- ambassador to Great Brit- aiu -next Monday, when it is expect- the American case will be pre- to James Bryce, British Am- bassador to the United States. tion. At first a successful business man and superintendent of a Suudayse'hool in Toledo, Ohio, which under his di- rection was brought to a very high. standard efficiency, Mr. Lawrence finally was called to the position he now has occupied for some years so capably. Perspnal acquaintance with Mr. Lawrence is an inspiration. His keen mind, his his! sincerity, his adaptability, together with 'his rarer-gift of patience and tact, all combine to make him a splendidly j equipped leader, one that every Sun-i day school worker deems it a priv- ilege to know. Mr. Lawrence has a large field of action, the United States east and west, north and south, claims a- large part of 'his time, but still he.makes time V> go up and down this good land of ours and occasionally across ty association regarding the condition of the work, by the county representatives. "The Sunday School Teacher Marion Law rence, Chicago. "Training Teachers in -Sunday P. Baker, Ponoka. "Training Teachers in .Town and City Sunday schools" Rev, A. C. Myers, Edmonton. table: "Our Own Teach- er Training con- 'ducted by H. Pt Kenny, geii- ___ eral secretary. of committees, announcements and benediction Club luncheon in the .Thistle rink. Address to busi- ness men by Marion Lawrence. Subject, "The. Sunday Schnol as a. Business Investment." Presbyterian v, ,x fundamental) Lessons. Led by i George S. Dingle, Calgary. "Th-i Adult Bible i Class: Why and How to Or- ganiae it." Led by Rev. A.D. Archibald, Ponoka, secretary' of Presbyterian schools in-Alberta, j and introduction of i the .officers for j table, "Associat-ioii work." fced by Marion Law- j renew, Chicago.- Announce- me'nis and benediction. Thistl- Rink. I department spec- ial. Chairman, H. F. Kenny. bible class watch tower. B. Cal- gary, I -Program is being arranged for each meeting. First Presbyterian Church. Gathering of Presbyteriaa. workers- in charge'of Eev. A. D. McDonald S. S. secretary. 300-Conference: "Mission Study in the Sunday School." T. p'hries, Calgarj'. "Supplemental les-1 sons in Scriptural Memory! Work." Led by Rev. W. f. Hnniilton, Alix. "The Place of De- HARVEST TIME Should be a season of plentiful .money for many of our people, and much of this should find its way in- to the -wish to remind all of the fa- L'ilities of the BANK OF TORONTO for conducting .the banking business of farmers and town and city people. Surplus money ahould be deposited in our Savings Department where it will earn in- terest and where it will be SAFE jniil required for use. Small or large amounts may be- deposited or withdrawn at anv time. INCORPORATED ISM LETHBRIDGE BRANCH T. W. McEaehern Manager IDistrict Nfews nominational Features in a Un- ion School." Led by Rev. A. D, McDonald, BURDETT Burdett, Sept. 30.- ware building of Mr. Hunt is fait nearing completion, and ii a credit 4 -vu-P' to both Mr. Hunt and the towi 4.oO-Conference: "Loyalty to Denoni- ination and Co-operation With the Organized Work." Led George S. Dingle, Calgary. McDougall Methodist Church Gathering of Methodist workers A. Doyle, Messrs. Bigelow commenced business and awaitiag completion of their new building doing a good trade at A. B. Hi lin's old stand. Mr. Mclnnes is reid business, with a good stock [new building. meeting.! 3lr. Johnson is also go- well-assorted stock 'of charge of Rev. J. western secretary. program for this had not come to hand ing to press. It is 'being pre- i his meat so'that Burdett pared by Rev. Mr. Doyle. 'now boasts of four good general First Baptist. Church i stores. Cohering uf Baptist workers in the! J-. F. Bowe had' the misfortune charge of Rev. F. W. Patter- to loschis entire crop of grain and moderator. Paper and discussion tonsof hay, through a prairie The set by a. threshing engine on Tuesday Place of Distinctive Teaching in last- Our Sunday Schools." C. Of Calgary and Stettler C. McLaurin. who has lately assumed control of Paper and discussion: "Our J the "townsite, is a hustler, and is sure Sunday School Literature." i things moving-. Rev. Sycamore, Calgary. Chas. Strand 'has made several Paper and discussion: "The new additions to his livery and dray- Sunday School in. Relation to business- among .which is a fiae the Missionary Activities of the I new dray Cliurch." Rev. Norman Bnrke, Wetaskiwin. All Saints' Church Gathering of Anglican workers in charge of Yen. Archdeacon Gray. still under tion. is giving the very best he '1 Mr. Lawrence will be the .speaker at the Alberta Sunday school convention to be held in Edmonton, j Oct. 27, 29. He will also speak at dav a Canadian club lunchc-on to the busi- ness men of Calgary on Tuesday Oe t 26th. COALDALE. Coaldale. Sept. af- ternoon the Ladies' Aid was enter- taJned at the home of Mrs. W. H. Pawson. A large crowd was present, prepara-ja. hay-rack load of ladies from Coml- s "ale. a number of buggies from Letk- -f Provincial Board in bridge. and the Cameron ranch After basement of First Presbyterian a social hour anri names, delicious re- church. served Lethbridire, tke Do- Home n, The Alberta Sun- (Choir of 500 voices.) Prof. E. Chicai RELIGIOUS CENSUS Under The direction of the Alberta Sunday School Association endorsed by all Denominations ried out in the most efficient manner and which" accounts for the large Woodstock, N. B., Oct. 2. Bev. shipments of Gordon, Warman, a Methodist clergy- F. J. Knight has the contract of man of the Lindsay circuit near here, building tho large trestle at the ce- j has disappeared. On September 9 he ment plant at Utairmore. It will i left to visit his parents in Monctoa, used for conveying rock the works, intending- to be away one Sunday but Douglas Wilson, of Blairmore, reach his people ID iloncton turned from Spokane Monday, where j and has not heard from since, he airardod second prize in the j His wife diod a and he great relay race. Douglas, according has one Telephone to the judges, was only seconds i messages throughout the country have tjehind the fastest maa, but as a j failed to bring any news of him. matter of %ct, he was exactly 50 seconds ahead. The protest of a Can-' Perth- N- B" jury adito cut no as against that of Samuel Toils, charged in en American, so Douglas got it of Andover to-day with killlna the .Tames Orr, returned a verdict of J. R. Morris has resigned his poet-j manslaughter with a strong recom- tion at the mine at Lille to an- i raendation to mercy. The prisoner other position at the Royal Collier- with pale face watched the jury file ies. T.ethbridge. the 'box and heaved a pitiful sigh when their findinc was jmnounced. RECORD CART) Name Address.. Number of persons included in this record Number of persons under.! 8 and over 4 years of Number over 16 attending Sunday School Number under 16 nttendinj: Sunday School opposite the denomination Baptist Church of ConKreeaiionalist Disciples Christian Scientists Evangelical Lutheran Army No SUSPICIOUS DEATH AT ST. CATHARINES Ont., Oct. Clark, of Napanee, about 18 years old iention died in the hospital here last night! under suspicious circumstances. She was only taken to the hospital Fri- j day morning and defeth resulted, from j i Toronto, Oct. Thomas; j Shaughnessy in an interview tonight j establishing their eta-: Hamilton, Oct. driving denomination not mentioned above write it here Name of Pastor or local Church attended or-prefe rred Not at home., I Refused information Remarks'. blood poisoning -caused by the opera- to bis- near Watertown this after tion supposed to have been commit- i noon, Dr. G. K. Husband, one of th> ted at some point outside of the city, j oldest and best known physicians in The inquest opened "last night and j Hamilton, was etricken by paralysis adjourned for weeks. i and fell out of rif. Visitor's Name N.B.-Do not include and Boarders in Family ourd for write plainly. School Tempc-rance Leg-, led by. Rev. A. D. McDon-1 aid, Lamont. "The Sunday school and led by Rev. J. A. Doyle, western secretary of Methodist Sunday schools and Epworth "Leagues. report. Auditorium First Presbyterian Church. conference (leaflets sup plied) led by Rev.G.W.Kcrby, of Calgary. Basement of First Presbyterian Church. teachers' conference (leader being arranged.) Class First Presbyterian Church. and adult teach- ers' conference. (Lf-ader being Basement of First Baptist Church conference led by A. Butchart, Edmonton. Mass Meeting' in Thistle Rink 7.45 service and devotion. (Choir of 500 voices.) E. 0. Chicago, musical di- rector. address: "The Alberta Sunday School association; its conditions and prospecte." H. F, Kenny, general secretary. and music. "World Wide' Sunday School Marion Law- rence, Chicago. and cloeing. 28. Firtt Pretbyterian Church. A gentleman was calling oft people musical di- here the first of the week represent- ing the Columbian Conservatory mu- music and offering, j sic lessons.-by mail. A number will "Demands of the New] take .this study. Exct-11, rector. Century Upon the Sunday School." Chicago. and Korion Lawrence, of Mrs. Geo. Heighes, jr.. is sruest of Mrs. Heighes. Quebec. Oct. B. Bedard, a farmer of Charlesbonrg, was killed by a C. P. R. train tonight, Toronto, Oct. J. Fry, president of the wholesale liquor com- pany, dropped dead tonight-on Queen stre-.'t, near Balmy Beach. Cause of death was heart failure. FIVE MILLION POUNDS OF TOBACCO GROWN Windsor, Ont., Oct. Im- perial Tobacco Company has bought the entire crops of tobacco of Essex and Kent counties paying from ten to fifteen cents. The normal rate is eight cents. Essex county output is about and Kent over 1, 000 pounds. FALL MILLINERY Styles. Materials. WhapeB and Color Effects. An extensive selection to choose from in Misses' and Children's Trimmed Hats. Tbe re- sources of our workrooms will please you. 1 L. and J. McLeay Redpatb Street ;