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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 I, I0.ll. t mi DAiLi" lu-JjiALJtJ Home Baked Flaky Biscuits Delicious Cake Healthful Food madewjih DR PRICES CREAM Wder TKe product of Grapes IPITED rm 1224. Phone 774. must not expect to be mowors !UU] Kiiihtfr tile rilio, -g'ohi ears, Until we have TlrHt been sowers HWl wittered tlio ftirrow.s with teurB." Hostesses Tomorrow: Mi's. I1'. Down'ar. .Mrs. Stanley Klrklmm with Mrs. 'I'. F. Klrkliam. .Mr. Terry, of the Hunk of .Montreal, hecn (rausforrocl to Winnipeg. H. Kcrr, of LclhbrlclBC Is in li on Calgary Allwrtun. l.ady Laiirier is spending Arthabuskvilte. few days Mr. and lira. .1. W. llcNicol left this morning for Colorado Springs and I will bu away about three Mrs. W. K.Seattle will he a hostess al the tea hour tomorrow in honor of Miss lanthe Hardii, the brlda-to-lw. FINEST QUALITY BUILDING STONE Being Produced by the! Quarries West of Probably '.hrn? arc hut ituv of ;lhi: who'know that Uteri- located, neiir iliis city an m- diwliV which, will have -A most, im- port jut bear ing upon ihi' building of lliis wcsU-nt country "n n tlv jh.t, Kid Chin mil. mil Cfjm IMC ting Company, Il )S llll gOrd HilllliU (I IlP I iltl m in he ible to i u i ustl to Hit f. tinunts i HP uUiu bout n Micliod tnd lUhfondgi on tin- bunk of UK- Old Mmi River mil MHiii is (i M Kits ill of which is i nit hid i 01 in UiicMii'.ss from flfleen in luinU iu mil rAlcndiiiL, it ii i niilr Uonf, Hit Inn! of Hie in ri spin uicA inni tin t I1 1J lus been buill on to. t tic properly, dniii-, i ill ti iniiiij, ti il flu A class is Irslng organized tor the of French, with Mr. .Do .lour- as liavc bmi at'work night. Victoria Jlan nnd lo iiiout ihcde- i :mimi, then have only keen alili to supply uliont oiie-quai'ler of ill onli'v.s with Iheni. At tin Lime of Iho stonpj used in Westcin comes from Indiana, and uif Mils tilt ImildCTS llavn lo pay a diity of per cent, and a rale of about SO cents a enbic foot. .So it Is easy to see that' with I the duly ami eliminated "Vliat-'i a savins ii will be. H will "t Vineoiiver Seattle. PollMnil, .Sun. mi i more artistic and siibstanlia Knox Church choir will relrearse I this on Wednesday and Friday ovenings, al eight o'clock. Luther. League will nrect to- morrow (Thursday) evening-al the ilmir.'j of C. Grant, Conrllanil S.lreet. Mr. and Mrs. A. K'Morris retnrn- icd this n-ornin.E from A mouth's visit Seatle, -.Mrs. Lindsay. Mrs. Vrooinan. Jlra. .1. 0. Wilson, Mrs. Buchanan. Mrs. JohiiKtune, Mrs. Arnold. Mrs. mills, .Mre. Conyhearc. Mrs. Klftby, Mrs. Fleming, Mrs. McNIcol, MrB. Aitkeil urn! iVIIaa'Pattcson. The Parish Aasneiatlon of St. Au- fiuBiin's Church, met in thti Parish i Hall last evening, with an attend- ance of fifty members. .Rev. .1. K. M.urr-el-Wright was chairman and the election of of fleers for the 'ensuing year resulted as follows: Hon. PreB- ident. liev. J. K. Mun-el-WriglH: Pres- ident, C. P. P. Conybeat'e, K.C., D.G.L.: Vice President. Mr. K. A. Secretary. Jlr. K, A. Smith: Treat- iirere, Miss Liicy Dawdcn. An execu- tive, a social and a welcome eom- mi'.tee were drafted. Executive: Airs. Beruley. .Mrs. U. "A. Sharman. .Mrs. Kaworth. Miss Addy, Miss Smith, Miss Bawden and Messrs. Har- ris. Stev-aiiE. Lawson. l-llckllng, Blunt ami Dronsl'i'ald. Social: Mrs. Sliar- man. Mrs. .McN'aii-, Miss Archer. Miss freeman, Miss Adciy, Miss Simpson. Miss Smith, Miss Bawden. Miss N'im- mons, 'Miss Conyheare, Miss Barassln and Messrs. Raworth, Jones, Soares, Masoji, .Mead. Ready, Dodman, jJaw- son Cooper. Cood'anough, and Waddington.. .Muriel-Wright, 'Mrs. Salmon. Mrs. Ritchie, Mrs. Ingram, .Miss Dawson, Miss Blacfcbum, Miss Glazier, Miss Watts and Messrs. Hickllng, Robin- sou, l.awsonv Blunt, Scarth. Dawson. Raworth anil Coxon. Mr. Conyheare, newly aupointetl ad- dl-jssad. the meeting and in a few well chosen words stated the aims of the association and bespoke Us sue- ROCHE BOTH TOBEJN Premier Hazen a Likely Member of Borden's Cabinet Ottawa, Oct. Laurler government will reiign on Thurs- day or Friday at the latect. The probable ''make-up'.' of Mr. Bor- den's cabinet it topic of con venation.- who waited on Mr, .Borden morning In- cluded J. S. Wiilijon, editor of the Toronto Ntws; W. T. White and Z. A. of Toronto, who took a prominent part in the anti-reci- procity campaign. The report that Dr. Roche will represent Manitoba in the cabinet and that Hon..Robert Rogers, will also come in and sit for Prince Albert 'is said to'be authoritative. Pre- mier Hazen of New Brunswick, is to have the Iqtide track on 0." S; Crockett for Rail-' ways and Canals portfolio. ROGERS AND PRESIDENT OF MINER'S AT FERNIE (Special to the Herald) Fornle, IJ. Oct. 4.--John I'. White, of Oskaloosa, Iowa, president of tlie II. II. of A., arrived liere today ut! 10011 and WHB met at the station' by I ia large crowd of minors and citizens of i tlie town. After being escorted to the! city hall by tho city band, acting i Mayor Jlclufyre adilres-jed the l-arge crowd and welcomed the president of so gretil an organization to this town m a very brief but effective speech I. pon bclnit Introduced the mayor, Jr. was greeted with applause. He spoke but briofly, thanking the city for so kind a welcome. Air. While jSpoko of the grand surroundings which 'met his view and of the wonder at what he saw before him as the result ol. so few years after the great fire iv iich had first him acquainted with the name of Fertile. He was sure that the bu-jlness people of tbu I town were at the progressive kind and i he hoped that the wish as expressed by the mayor, that a settlement of the ifferences which had existed betwee NO ALUM MAGIC BAKING POWDER BAKING POWDER MADE IN CANADA MARKETS LETHBRIDGE MARKETS [.flthbridge, Get. No. 1 Northern............. No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern No. 4............... .No. 6...............'..... No. C No. I Red No. 2 Ked ............i ho operator and the men. would soon No t 10 adjusted, might be realized, lie No 5 bad come among iJiem to.88sfBt as far No' 5 TO RE-ESTABLISH THE I is inientioii oi !he i liie near future tu install ;1 pressed butf. I'lahl. Test.s made upon !he material tivcrlying tile stone show it lie especially adapted to the manu- facture of ihis article. If this is j Krancisco and other Lady Bourinol, of Ottawa, has gone io Toronto, where she. will reside while her son. ilr. Bo.urinoi la attending university. llotlp occupy a mo.l 'i huilrtins world. thal Tin; executive of -the Westminster League, is usked io meet at the mporlant. placn j church on Thursday j the mcmbnrs arc requested to hen all be 31 rs. K. J. and son I arrived in tL'a city from Leth- bridge on Saturday, and will spend winter in Calgary, with her daugli-, Miss Ella McLennan, dociaty j tor of the Newa-Tcl- pi opt i t; ll stilt but i( wis tin jKscnl tint, j in omit o u ts done I he is most modern jtiul up to date, j fo of i uij., s s o 'ilors, uni: In iind the other 150 li.p engine, .two slcain dcr- t UK! h md dfincn H l tiic n lid foi huild it, slum Ins but) iNir that it has hocn to rnlargc the plant. 1 >i si oik (I im i snul iu' ntu scciiitd tin q ftiril plan1., on on.u'liicli I his stone tispf] in a IT tin1 louse, tiir liyyal liaiik, anil IICAV on I'.itci, Build- HI ftinnol Block in 1 Hulilic; Sclionl in Ciul'l it i mid (In: tloiiri; House in lu-rnic. ''egram. Oic of flic mosl noticeable features IM" Mm property is Iliu manner in jlrs_ Lindblad, Coaldale, was hosL- uhich 'thc.cnfployccs arc looked after, jess of an afternoon affair on Kriday. loin jiMalih1. bunlMipuscs and a A menu was at five 11? Mini can not he excelled, [o'clock. Mrs, Bennett, of Buda', Ml., j mile it.liomelikc for the men: was an out-of town guest. Mrs. Cal- cess; iC each mem tier did his or her share. The date of. the Parochial At Home was changed from October to' October 17. wonder if any valid reason can be given for the replacing of the old- .fahioned baby buggy by that most uncomfortable: injurious of modern inventions; the go-cart. You have noticed, and so have I a poor wee tot KOiiiid' asleep in such a cart, his 'Head l-eaning away over on one side, would- think the -MUle neck woii'lri break. Mow it must ache, when baby wakens, yet mother ivontiers why tbe lay in his power. While thev wore citizens or different countries' tbeir pbjucls and aima -were the same, and hoped thnt.the.Teeting of friendship j to exist between them. ______ or aU been dampened by royal-jsions of the head of the great labor isls have declared that monarchy will he re-cslabiishcd the no ether n j part oi Portugal tomorrow, anniver-j RAIN HITS FARMERS HARD sari-'nr'Mic that'overthrew j Portaga prairie, Man., Oct King Manuel. According-l.0' a district has been visited with her of 'the. colony which has heavy downfall of rain, and ft is lislicd itself aj: Rich- havoc H''th the farmers, for Oats.......... Flax Bran, per ton Sborts............ Oats, per ton Rolled Oats, per ton .711 .74 64 .60 .M: .77'. .75 .70 .63 .Sit '.si: 1.7fi .45 ..-.24.00 26.00 31.00 32.00 moml, cablegrams received this moi'n- iug a'lino'uiictid thai tlic greater part of northern Portugal were bands of royalists wlso occupied the towns of i tJnimares, Harry and Harr-' nca'na. On the other hand republican j circles claim that ('haves and other i parts of tin: norlh of Portugal are quiet. The Kichmond colony has been threshing ig at a standstill, and' the grain Is drenched through. The dam- ing off hi grade. S fal1" WEY8URN GETS POST OFFICE i Weyburn, Oct. V-The contract for j the new nost office building in this little one is oroes. The child's limbs, took a photograph of the guests who spent a most enjoyable' atter- j noon. MI iliiy fouiui neciissary I he opera iors are ceitainly to he congratulated for ihcir enterprise in ;i cominodity that will mi in so much in building qiwra- f.ons in the will mean more to Lotlibridgu than any otht-v noynj Highnesses tbe Duke and place. Tlir short haul, making it-jUnehess of Connanghl to Canada in to placi; tin; sl-onc on the ir.'.ir- October, but will remain in London until late in Decem- 'pvaent arroiiffemeiHs n j Princess Patricia'will not accompany rl t a cosi very little over the j chaw price, and will bring more cap-.ber. into Mm province instead of send-, hns been done hereto-1 marriage of Miss Eva Keith, of Biachweiler, Germany, lo Mr. Ja- cob 'Malx, of Burdeit, Alta., was quiet- ly BOl-enminet) bits morning at the home of -Rev. C. Grant. Mrs. Grant M p uH tlic conijiui i feiung PHI plovnu'iii tu over fiflv men, but with 1he-iiistallation uf-Mic additional cliinm (hi- inict he in en iSLtl 111 ot tin slont his hcpn'ltltmes.-or tlie eities in thc pumoUKui bv to bt tht hist' tite1! and Canada were discusa-otl oi nd is sun ihlt foi heie today at the opening sessions of LEAGUE OF MUNICIPALITIES AUuita, Gn., Oct. The 'faults and nnrl of a desirable color iinri to xv or! the past spring and suimiu-r the diimial convention of tiio League of American Municipalities. Meetings continue three days during which time vjvery phase of local govern- ment will be Among th'2 tlircfi liuiidr-en d-alogtttes, ;trom the iles and Cnnada. in attendanco. PERFECTION COCOA h good for Growing Girls and and they like it II nourWio- (heir little --bodra and them healthy ind strong CDWU'I COCM, you gel iham jout yxt, il abMluttlir pure lucklmoa. Rivof n obtxined by the me oi ilic highnt lUfu NotUig it ulded to impair bwWmj propenwt of tbe COCM Use Cowan's Cocoa? and Mrs. P. .1. M. Waslyng were wil- Mr. anil Jlra.1 Mutz left This afternoon for their future home near Hurdett, 'Mr. .1. If. Ipwin, clerk-of the Dis- trict Court, has disposed of his pro- perty on Twelfth St., and will in fu- ture reside jil the Victoria Mansions. His two sons, F-srcy and Leighton. have goii'a to Calgary to attend Hishop I'inkhani College. FORMER BRITISH'M..P. NEAR NELSON) XelBon, B. 0.. Oct. Tu- Misw Ou WIIS thc hostess of a pro- (let- Ilowoll, B.C.L., n prominent Lou- Ureasive euchre lasl, evening. ThR doii, England formerly drawing rooms were bright and prel- Conservatlve member for E'anbigli, with carnations and ferns. Miss lies, died tonight, aged forty-nine. I wo" lho first prize, Howell recently procured a ranch on !n llook poems and Miss Taggan. re- tbe west- arm of K'ootonay 'Ukt tuc second a bonqn-at of ami was one of the prize win-1 Hk'lmiond roses and ferns. 'Mr. Shop- ners at Nelson Fruit Fair last week.! 8ecuretl 'the Bcntlemfln's first [He leaves a widow ami two children, i trophy, a calabash silver-mounted j'pjpo, while MT. Buchanan won the second trophy, an juntoar cigar hohl- line ley. IMMIGRANTS STILL COMING .Man., Oct. sea- son's iinmigr.rt.ion total IH not nearly complete yet, for another lot of near- ly arrived since Monday. Most, of them are British though Swedes and Germans are numerous. WANT CHILDREN TAUGHT YIDDISH Toronto, Sept. 29.VA request madft' [jestcrday to the school mnnagGmsnt committee of th-g board of education j from 35 Jewtnli e.itUenp for tho HBO of i roomy In schools to teach children tlu- Yiddish language and literatim! i will referred to Inspector. Thn of tho movement was stated to rncililallng of domestic un- (ItM'SljiiHlhii; in homes whero tii-d par- ents do not iimloi'sti'.mi KiigHul; and Uie children ttilk only in er. Those, hidden were the Tfiggan, Whitney, Bonnell, levering, Cronkite, Cronkite, l.eary, Olver, and Messrs. Spenrer, Davis, Cos- mer. Shepherd, Ucary, Onnn, Buchan- an ami Rowe. Mrs. J. .H. And-arson was hostess of a smart hrldge yesterdiry aft'ernoon, in compliment to Mrs. ,1. H. Springle, of Montreal, who Is staying with Mrs. .1. .Ambrose. The drawing rooms wero fragrant with ion of twee t peas. The In play at three tables. Mrs. Lindsay winning the pretty favnr. The host- ess was pretty in a dainty white Hns- en'w dress, while Mrs, Springle, the honor jjiioat. was gowned in black and while silk. The RuestH were -Mrs. Mrs. Ambrose, Mrs., ioo. must, be ao" c'riimped, sitting in those carts, whlciill'oftcn bring the child's knaes almosi up to his chin. Going flown or up over the curbing must jar the baby most terribly. Hnraly we grown-nps can sympathize with >the Httle one, when we rciueni- I her how littl-e we enjoy a drive, when are toss-ad and 'tumbled around. Another very had feature is the ab- sence of a cover. The poor child, whose 'ayes are not too strong at that, .tender age, often has to .face the direct rays of the sun, or even when asleep, is in the bright strong light in Actual dang-ar of having his eyesight impaired. In our public schools tha teachers are very "careful -to see that the child is comfortable and s-'-sats are changed and adjusted until his feet rest squarely on the floor and sits easily and comfortably. Me is plac- ed so that the light, falls at thc right angle, lo.assist, him, while not injuring his sislvi. This is all vary right and Just its It should be, but do our teach-ers to be more thoughtful than the mothers of'. those precious young lives? To me j it is perfectly inexplicable how mo-1 thers, who are loving and thoughifu! iu other things pertaining to their I children's welfare, can show such gross ignorance or carelessness with ragard to this crying evil. Just com- pare with the atrocious go-cart the comfortable, easy riding carriage. Here the child can lie and sleep just as well, as if lie at home and get the benefit of the fresh air. The cover shades his eyes wh'en the light is .too strong, uiid the rough places in the roa-d are scercely felt, as be lies them in his soft little bed. If he wakens, he can move and stretch to his heart's content, the lit- tle body not being in tbe least crarap- 'ad or strained. In cold weather too he can be wrapped up so well as to scarcely feel the cold. All this com- fort Is so vitally necessary to the little muscles and tisanes., which are developing each ririy. Tbe only, pos- sible advantage I can think of, ,1hat the go-cart has over the carriage is, that it is smaller, but even So. Is there really much noticeable differ- ence to the one who wheels it? Even if there were, no mother worthy of the name would object to the Ifttltt difference, when her darling's wel- fare Is at stake. It just now oc- curs to me Mint pcrnaps the go-cari may be a cheaper. That is by no menus an Innnrmonntflbi'e objec- i tion, for it. would, be Infinitely hotter! lo pay more for the carriage now and j ftymoon trip, l-ass in doctor, Inter. T urn quite Riclnnoiid last week to take active part, of thi! proposed uprising. Man- uel, wlio lias hoRii thi1 guest of Earl of Lonsd.ilc al. I.cwMier Castle in Penrith, hrmiglit his visit to an un- expectedly early termination, leaving thn Onstle al: midnight" for Richmond where he arlived today. -----pl-eted win cost and In the new building will he housed the customs office and land office. Work will be commenced on the new structure as soon as it is possibte for thc successful bidders 'to make ii-ecesary arrangements and get the' material on tbe, ground. .AMALGAMATE RAILWAYS New York, Oct. Erji, a New York capitalist, will amalgamate the Minneapolis and St. Louis, and Iowa Central Railways and extend a to the St: Lawrence River val- DUKE EXPECTS WARM WELCOME London. Oct. Duke of Con- naught at a. public function yesterday in London, staled that he was leaving for another part of the Empire be felt sui'a of a warm welcome. ENGLISH TORIES ARE VERY HAPPY Oct. City of London Conservative committee yesterday passed a resolution welcoming Can- ada's plain and decisive declaration in favor of a closer connection with the Umpire. The British Imperial Mis- sion passed a. similar resolution. Wal- ter Long said that the thanks of the Empire were d.ue to Mr. Florden, but while the present government h' office Englishmen were powerless to do any move than say "Well 'Done." DUTCH STEAMER DESTROYED BY FIRE Batnvin, Dutch West Indies, OcL 4. Dutch steamer Ixion, hound from here for Liverpool, has :been destroyed by fire near' iEngango Is- land off the west coast of Sumatra. The steamer's crew numbering twen- ty-five took to the boats b'ut has not. been reported as having landed at nny point of the Sumatra coast. VOTERS LISTS CAN BE INSPECTED The voters' lists for the city are now open for Inspection and may be seen at the city the post, of- fice, and other public places. Those voters whose names appear on th-a list should make application to tiie Secretary-Treasurer on'or before Of, 25th. GRAIN PRICES 1 Winnipeg, Oct. opened :M 'l-2, closed OSi J-4; Nor. opened 98, closed 97 1-2; Dec. opened 96 1-4, closed flo fi-S; May opened 301 closed 100 1-2; Oats, Oct. opened 43 l-S, closed 43; Dec. opened 30 5-8, clos- ed 39 May opened 43 1-4, closed 42 8-1; Flax, Oct. opened 222, cloved 222; Nov. opened 2S1, closed 219. Winnipeg Cash Nor. 100; 2 Nor., 97; 3 Nor. 4 Nor. 91 14; 5 Nor. So 1-4; G Nor. 78 1-4; Feed 72; Oats No. 2 C. W. 42 1-2; No. 3 C. W. 4Q W; Flax, 1 N. American opened 108, ed 107 3-4; May opened 112 1-4, cloeed opened 97 3-4, closed 103 3-4, closed110S 100, closed 99 7-8. FARMERS MUCH DISCOURAGED Brandon, Oct. the rain which continued for twenty-four hours' without interruption has stop- led, heavy clouds and cool damp 'at- mosphere occasion the fear that the rainy yariod Is not over. Threshing hns be-all at a complete standstill 'all week and owing to the soaking the country has received there is no chance of I'asnming threshing opera- tions for several days, even under the most favorable conditions. Farm era in some districts have been turn: ing the sheaves almost dally In the hope, of f last three them 'out for the and are becoming greatly discouraged u a. result of the unfavorably weather to -whtcD tlnre sems to be no end. Y.M.C.A. WANTS WOftKERA Toronto, Oct twenty for India within two and twenty for China in three tg take the position of Young Men's Chritttnn As- sociation secretaries En as many cit- ies, this is what is asked of the men ot Canada by C. G. national secretary for India, and oth- er representatives of the foreign work: of tire YAI C -V, now in the city MONEY TO I-XTEND c. p. R. SERVICE Mu'.h.eHl, Ocf. the annual nreeiing of Cainidian Par.ific.Rail- v AV buml o" directors this morn- ini; it was decided to place to thy steamship account to be used in fcettorinK the existing service. Thc four retiring directors re-elecld. SUCCESSION DUTIES REACH A MILLION Toronto, duty Ins-f month assured the Treas- ury Department, officiate that the coveted million mark will be reached, tliiB year, the total for September be- ing which brought thte amount to date to The provincial financial year closes on (Jctober 31 neirassary to make thc million totai will lw easily made up. CANON WADE RETIRING Hamilton, Oct. ie rumored In the fits- that. Canon Wado has resigned from the rectorship of the Church of th? Ascension. Sir Ixmier and Lady Goutn have returned to Quebec from their hon- sure that any mother who Rives the nuUter thouRhtful oonalderatlon, will agree with all I have said. In Melbourne, Aiwtralln, facing (ho public, garden, and Immedltttcly In front of the legislative tall, a irwni- orlnl pillar erected In commemoration of the elyht-hour law, Latest News GUI Week End Salt on Friday ami Sat- urday include about; 200 pairs Ladies' Kid Gloves, ail colors and sizes, regular per pair, .for....................... special announcement tomorrow for full particulars of these and many other equally striking bargains. These Gloves will not bv on sale .till Friday Wet Weather Boots Our stock of-Guni Boots. City Boots, I'ull-ovors and 'Rubbers of all descriptions, is absolutely the finest .in the city. "Ladies', Men's and Children's are. all'ful- ly represe.ilted in every possible size and fit--. Onr Rubbon are of thoiwell known Hudson's Bay Quality only; is surely atlfficicnt gimrantee. Hudson's Bay Co. ;