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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE MJTiriiUTDOK DAILY CLARKE CO. Phone 453 The LADIES'STORE AcadtaBlk. Saturday Saving _______ __ the Kmpire at large. Principal Lloyd of Saskatoon, made the inlerestinp sng- gcstion that' the Archbishops should i order that after litlfi no clergyman should he instituted into an English beuelice who had not served at least two years in some colony mission! A great" statesman had said that where- as the nineteenth century was that tile United States -the tv.'cnticth cen- tury belonged to Canada and in far less time than it bail taken lor the United States to reach eighty-five millions, the people of Canada wollld maintain one hundred millions. The duty ol the Church of Eng- land to Canada was not to Canadians1 properly so-called or to the older pro- vinces bnt to those gigantic new .pro- vinces of the west which for the pur- pose of settlement hail so largely come into our hands within the last ten years. What was done or -not done in the next ten years, said Mr. Lloyd, was of vital importance to the tone and character of the Anglo- Saxon race developing so fast in Wes- tern Canada. So far as one might judge by the rapidity of growth, the increase of wealth anil the independ- ence of character, that population would not present itself as a mission- ary problem ten years from now, but as a business proposition. There was, said Mr. Lloyii, no field iu the world where the Church of England could invest her missionary offerings with the certainty that the need would come rapidly to. an end and the hope that reproduction would begin earlier. The'meeting'of the congress tall mainly with home industrial problfuiH iucli as the decline in the. birth rate and national -insurance. Prominent also was Welsh disestahlishiilent. Speakers, on the' said little new and Archbishop Lang remarked that while a non-established church! might work well in a new country it did not. follow that they should'up- an establishment where it al- ready existed. He appealed to Uu-'i eral churchmen in the congress to! sneak in favor of disestablishment but, none were forthcoming. The Western Canada Trust has" sub- scribed lo the Archbishop's Western Canadian fund. 'When did you see him before on.. llryan's story vrao simply a corrobo! the day of the. of that told by tuo.othor witucss- "1 saw him In the morning about I i-s. In answer lo a (illestion as lo eleven o'clock oil Fifth street. I was whether accused seemed to he under into :i restaurant, and lit- said, iMiougu for to hear, Thwo's the Ho ain't u policeman no and ho laughed, jm. I didn't say anything, hut thought ho was looking for tremble1." "When diil you SKJ him "I liini In the evening down by tho -.Morris Theatre. We were coming the street, and met him ivilh an- ilia Influence of liijuor or not, ho saitl he looked like a man who had been out on a bust. Accus-ed's face was nil chewed up, as If he had been in a HEht. Sergt. v.ho arrested Christ- fan at the point of the lattcr's drawn smoking from tlio shot which found Its mark )n URDU'S back, U'as not present when called as a wit- ness, and his evidence was dispensed other fellow, lie yelled oul, 'Hello. Kgan, you you're not a police- j with.1 man onj more, are f answered j Sam Armstrong, barlemlev of the Alexandra was called to Kivs him, 'See, here, you half breed-----, yon leavo me alone. I'm not looking for trouble, with yon.' Then 'wo went on, and met them again at the IJank of Commerce." "Wore you in the Coahlalc on the morning of tho "Xo. I was not." "After did lion look past eighteen "No, only off antl on. evidence that on the ovcnlni! of the shooting, Christian had called at the hotel, and kit't a parcel with him. He had not asked what as 'In it, but it felt like u firearm. Christian had call- ed for it iu the evening. He asked ac- uish-oi-all-work wised ivhnt he intended to do witu it. j hundred wavs. Why, it's Mrs; Edwards round always ready to lend a hand with thev cooking. That nourishing home-made Irish soup of hers is.a real dish-of-all-work useful in a the other one being the Stokleyj 10 'Vew arrivals this week have added particular interest to this splendid showing which discriminating women have repeatedly .told us, are the nicest they have seen in town. The oollectlon now presents fresh styles 'that every woman would do well to see before purchasing elsewhere and the prices are very moderate considering the excellent qualities. a gun in my poss-essicn while 1 have been on police duty, but 1 did not carry it all tho time." "You've ba-d occasion to use it sev- eral "I have used if twice iu self: de- fence, once about two years ago in "iCthbrjdge, and once on the creeks neur Dawson." "Do yon know that you have the re- nutation of being nretty quick with your gnu "1'es, I know that they are saying that about me, nut 1 never use it ex- cept as a last resort iu self defence." "Did the accused try to shoot "No, there is too much cur in him to try ,it." Sillikcr, the Next Witness Silliker's story was that of an eye- 'witness, and corroborated in almost every detail that told by the main wit- ness. He told of the exchange of in- sulting remarks, but didn't know who the man was In the first case until af- ter Egnn told him. Esau had on a heavy coat, hs said, in answer to a question by Mr. Smith, and it was not open. The defence was evidently bent on proving that Egan was letting Christian believe he had his gun with him. fratricide ca Is KIB Name? Is Richard Christian, the right name of the man- accused of shooting Pat Kgim? The police- have been try- ing to find Prime beef am! the finest of Irish v'e out something of the ac- i i- 1 v I tables IhatsJ Mrs. Jidwnrds puts in ciued man a past Wsiory.-but SQ far U; notbing hlll and delicious, have learned nothing except that lie Ar, there is no strong added flaVouring.'it came from Montana. Ills past is ahroudetl in mystery, und he himself will tell the officers nothing. But it is the belief cf the local po- lice officers .that Christian is not the man's Mine, anil their contention borne out, they believe, by Ihe man-1 ner In which he spelled his mun-3, when signing the statement of ace-us- ed in court this morning. 'Richard' is the recognized spelling of that partic- ular uam-5, but Christian wrote it Ritchard.' The police believe that if Hichard were his right name he would it least know ito'w to spell it pro- perly. will blend perfectly with any other soup.. RimcmlxY lo boil ii for 'half, tin-hour. Sc. 'pen pacstet. Eiiiftit'rfs' Snitps are mads iit.tliret Tomato-. White.. Tilt Bronti 'ieef and freik nzciabks. The oilier Ova art purely veritable Lois of (lainly our new .Cook BtK.k. Write fcr a copy post THE W.'H.' ESCOTT Winnipeg Representatives, fop Sask-' atchewan Alberta., How She Obtained Good Bread "I have been baking now years" writes one bouBekeeper, "and have never had good bread till I used White .Swan Yeast Cakes." Sold nt grocers j in packages of G cakes for 5c. Write White Swan Spices Cereals Limit- torn, succeeding Itev. Hiram Hall, who. Coal hag advanced 1o ?S >'ton Jn Hamilton. R-av. Henry Irvine, pastor of. Fort Rouge Jlethodlst churcli, Fort. Will-: ed, Toronto for sample. goes to Parltdale Saturday's Corset Values A Specially purchased line 95c Usually sold at long hips medium bust, fits all medium figures. LOW BUST CORSET The newest, model that will no doubt bo popular in the near future: excellent quality and perfect fJtting. STOUT WOMEN'S CORSET Very strong and durable anil ex- cellent style, fitted with abdom- inal reinforcement. Saturday's Under- skirt Values ROMAN SATIN UNDER- SKIRTS ...............S1.75 Made of extra fine quality eloth in black only, straight, moder- ately narrow cut. MOIRETTE UNDERSKIRTS S2.25 Made of an excellent quality city finish material, all colors to choose from and every one a splendid value. DUCHESSE SATIN UNDER- SKIRTS, SB.50 Very popular and suited to pres- ent styles, black and all colors. An Important Saturday Sale of Hats Representing Values Worth Up to Our millinery section since its beginning has been-particnlarly strong in its showing of the medium priced hats, and especially is this true this season. For Sr-turday how- ever wo arc offering particularly attractive models that are worth much the popular price of much inferior models, presenting an opportunity to save tlnl no woman should allow to pass. NO GOD AND NO MASTER FOR MOTTO BIG PARADE TO BE HELD IN BOS- TON AS A PROTEST High Grade Shoes for little money. Come Early. New Arrivals in Handsome Dresses for and Informal Evening Wear Aft Ijovely new styles in the Pannier Tunic effects in silks, nets, chiffons etc., chosen from the acknow- ledged style leaders in this country, but one of a hind, and absolutely evclusive with this store. A look will he most interesting ami instructive even if you are "not prepared to buy. Lawrence. Mass.. Oct. a pi- test against the carrying of banners i In recent textile strike' demonstra-j lions, inscribed "Xo God, Xo -Mas- a mass Hireling of citizens voice! last uiKlit lo hold a civic parade on October 15. at which only the Ameri- can flag shall be displayed. Out-j breaks of violence during the Ett.er-Glovamiitii protest strike, con- ducted by the Industrial Workers of Ihe World, were condmned by ihe speakers. Mayor Michael Scanlon, who called 1 the meeting, opened with an address i urging his hearers to defend the city's j name. City Hall, the 'meeting place, j I'as filled to overflowing, and Urn I streels oillside were crowded with men. wcinen ;md children wearing! small American tla'ss. Public build-j ings and many of Ihe business struc-i JS) lures also had American flags flying. Among the speaker's were Postmas-! i r Louis S. Associate Justice! Fred NT. Chamilir. of the police court; j :oruier Congressman S. K'uox, j Rev. Ccorpe I.', l.ovejoy. chaplain of the firand Army of [ho Republic, and Hev. Father .lamos T. O'Keillv. FRANCE AND RUSSIA ONE IN ACCORD. Paris, Oct. coveruuif-nls of j J France and in compile ac- Balkan situation. The programme they aiv to lollow lias not been di- vulged. Piwi.i.--n Riliiores. Premier I'oincaire am! Scrgins the Itussiiiu Foreiiiu .Minister conferred for some hour-; ;n Kamboiiillet this morning. The entire situation brought about by the mobilization of Ihe ar- mies of nnhiria, Scrvia. (Jreeco ard Monicnegro on iho out; side and the Turkish c-O'lcenlniiioii nf minus oll other side was I'ully discussed, 3< Men's Tan Calf Boots, lace or button. This season's styles. Sizes 5 to 10. Re- gular and per pair. Your choice Satur- day Women's Patent or Gun Metal Button Boots, medi- um high toe, short sizes 2 1-2 to 7. Our re- gular line. Saturday Special Agent for J. H. Cross Shoes for Women and tho Just-Wright Shoes for Men. The III ICME'P The Shoeman O U F 11 Es M. Shoeman ;