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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta >AQt ilX THE LETHBRIDGE DAILY HERALD, THURSDAY; OCTOBER 7, IMf. Demonstration Puritan OF Self-Raising Flour AT The McKillop Grocery To-day, Wednesday The Good Company Hudson Bay Stores S. andG. Tuff Tomorrow Thursday and Friday A. McDonald Co. Geo. Bradbeer Co. LANSDOWNE TO SEE THE KING MAY TALK OVER BUDGET TROU- BLE. WITH HIM AT BAL- MORAL London, Oct. Hill has undergone so many changes, some of radical nature, during the six weeks' debate, and the chancellor of the exchequer has provided to intro- duce so many amendments on the re- port stage that the government has decided to give the House of Com- mons a week's holiday in order to) enable members to digest' the revisi-.l proposals. The original budget esu- mates do not hold good any longer ami Mr. Lloyd-George is preparing a revised estimate of the yield expected THIS IS IT J The that saves you work, and saves you money without injury to hands or article. Sunlight Soap turns tub drudgery into pleasure. Get a bar of Sunlight to-day and try. Follow Directions. delightfully re- MAY NOW PUT ON TRAIN TO COAST ANNUAL REPORT OF SOO INDI- CATES THIS The completion of the Soo yard tracks and freight station at East (Seventh and Ncill streets together with the 608-foot tunnel which has been under way since last year, is ex- pected by January i> according to the annual report of the company, says the St. Paul Pioneer Prvjss. President E. Pennington gives some interesting information regarding new terminals acquired, new work under way and the acquisition ,of the Wis- consin Central, which shows, how The King Edward Restaurant The Place to Get a Good Meal 21 Meals Board and Room a week Candies, Fruit, Cigars and Tobacco Round Street Next Lumber Yard Under new management First-class cook.. Every- thing clean I Meals great has become the invasion of this. to be produced bv his "financial pro- freshing for bath or toilet. For wash- subsidiary line of the Canadian Paci- L I I I XJ 1-41 r posals as amended during the debates; !ng, underclothing it is in the House. .This will be placed in j Cleanses and purifies. ihc hands 01 the members i--------------------------------- adjourn on November 9, to re-assem- ble oh November IS. It is .suggested j in .some circles that modifications! enough may be introduced into the. amended bill to make it more accept- j ible to the House of Lords. A par-j 8 OUR LETTER BOX. WHERE WERE BOOSTERS? Cakes made with this Flour FREE at these given away Stores each day this week, CONSTABLE RANG BELL, BURGLAR ANSWERED WORK OF THE Y. M. C. A. IN WESTERN CANAD> Finest House in Guelph j Associate Field Secretary Speaks Woman Alone in House j phoned Police Guelph, Ont., Oct. irian giv- ing Ms name as Wm. Hendrick, ofj Detroit, was arrested at'-half past Great Activity Throughout Sas katchewan and Alberta Gooc Work on the Transcontinental. Regina, Oct. M. Thomasson one this morning By P. C. Greenway, i field secretary of the Ycun in the act of burglarizing the resi- M-en's Christian Association, has re dence of Mr. J. W. Lyon, the finest turned to the city after conducting a very successful campaign in South era Alberta. Speaking to a news paper representative regarding- the work, Mr. Thomasson said he had found the whole association movement the past about holding its the return of arid most luxuriously furnished he-use .in Guelph. The police got a telephone message from the inmates of the house and arrived only two minutes after the burglar had forced Ms entrance. In, n in Western Canada answer to his ring the constable was j surprised to see, not' a member of the family, but the burglar emerge from a window on the verandah the " "Stand he threatened, and are ready for the brandished in the policeman's face a onT movement- are 26 -as- large pocket knife with the big blade' sociatlons m Western Canada, rail- open. The constable, in wrenching road' cit-v' students.. The latter ex- tie knife out of the man's hand, got tend3 over a territory 98 miles long, a slight'scratch: As soon as he hejand. rePreseirts the -association's ef- lost his knife Hendrick gave in. He i fort'.amon? the men constructing the was searched, and in, his pockets were j Trunk Pacific railway out of found some valuable rings set "with! Prince Rupert. The secretary is work pearls and diamonds. Only an up 10 camps, cover- mobile veil, three cigars, ,and a few a territory of 93 miles. At his pen points could be identified by Mrs. first meeting there were eight nation- Lyon and her daughters, who were! alone in the broke in. Hendrick was to-day 'sent trial. represented.- Men's meetings house when -the man consist of bible study, classes in Enc- for foreigners, reading rooms in up for "dens" set aside for that purpose bv 1 the directors, and such other special lines of the .association work as could be done without equipment. As an illustration, Mr. Morrison, the secre-' REV. MR. RYALL GOES WEST Popular Calgary Clergyman Will Be j tarT. is banker for a large number of men, thus enabling them to put th-ir -money in a safe place until they can send it home to their families'. The possibilities for development of this work among men engaged in railway construction work is practically un- limited. Pastor at Chemainus Calgary, Oct. will learn with regret that Eev. Mr. 'Eyall, who for the past 2 1-2 years has been as- sociated with Dean Paget in the work of the pro-cathedral here, has accept- ed charge of the church at Chem- ainus, B.C., and will take'up his work there at the end of.this month. The new charge is on Vancouver is- land. -Rev. Mr. Ryall is a graduate of St. John's College, Winnipeg. He spent two years in Brandon in church work with the Rev. McAdam (now Bishop) Harding, upon his graduation. Then he was appointed to the parish of Vancouver, Oct. 3.-Leo. Brandrith aged 26, son of W. J. Brandrith, fruit inspector, now delivering lectures in the east, was run over here and "kill- I fie into United States territory. unequalled.; i'-ln- connection with the i Central deal, Mr. Pennington has this j to say j .1 "By virtue of this lease the- Soo I I line secured entrance into the cities of I j Chicago and Milwaukee, and in con- jnection with the Canadian Pacific, j makes possible through trains from i Chicago to Vancouver, Spokane, Se- iattle and north Pacific coast points." Meals 25c MAE TOM, Prop. i ticularly interesting turn'is given to i 'the situation" by the announcement the Lthtor Lethbridge Herald t-his afternoon that Lord Give credit wnere credit is duo. j This would seem to indicate that the leader of the opposition in the re livcly Maze at A.R. jSoo eventually will be runnins of Lords, is goin? to Balmoral T- sheds is away ofL Tne A-R- through trains between Chicago tie, "for the week-end. Whether fire brigade had two streams from j the Pacific coast. v Asquith, the premier, will still hydrants under a forced; The Central had under MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE IN WEEK Incompatibility of Temperament Ground for Separation at Seattle. 25c. Good Meals Full Courses See what it's like at Seattle. Wash., Oct. on September 23, 1909, and divorced ori September 29, is the matrimonial re- 1 cord set in the superior court of Oscar E. a there when the Unionist's leader ar-Pressure of l35 Playing; on the construction a line into Superior and firc lung county, real estate dealer, and Helen A, Jen-1 r'ves and what Kinf Edward may rue city ongaae arrived. i uuiutn ana naa acquired terminals in was-beard by Judge able to do in the of reconciling! You can better imagine than de-! both cities. This line will be com- tenfore F- L; Brightman. There them are matters of keen discussion scribe the feelings of the city boys jpleted this fall, .and will provide the i on th, in political circles iwhen thcy connected with the; Soo line with the shortest route be-ihusband> and the attorney for the icity hydrant and found the water tween Chicago and Dulut-h. "j wife joined with the plaintiff in ask- FOUR A. P. CO. ELEVATORS (ask the as j Construction of a line from Moose j inS for the There was no de- _____ by-stander remarked, "Get Minn, (a point on the Brooten-j nial of til9 of incompatibility Alberta Company Will Build Large boys, you can do better. In- j Duluth to Plummer, Minn., a j of temperament, no alimony was ask- in Vancouver stead of progressive Lethbridge this; distance "of 200 miles, is under way. j and none was allowed by the torage n ancouver _. would throw us back about 23 years; This line runs through some of thcjcourt> and the husband was confirm- arious dei-ai s in connection wu history, but with all due re- i best timber and farming lands in. theiecl iri the title tne separate pro- e .starting Of work on the proposed j tW hm-c nnrf nf that hft riosKp.sspd whp.n HP maT- milhon-busnel elevators on a portion of the Heaps mill site in tfc were advanced Thursday by James W Davidson, of Calgary, a prominent shareholder of the Alberta Pacific jspect to the city brigade, the boys j northern part of the state, and when that he possessed when he mar- gave of the best they had, i.e., their j completed will provide the shortest '.ried his helpmeet a week ago. support and good will. No kick com- route from Winnipeg to Chicago. This It was the testimony of the hus- them, but there is to the much jmay also be eloquent of a proposed' band that the temperament- and the talked of "boosters" to give the of the Soo for future consumma- i tastes of the couple had be-en found sired pressure .i.e., where were they, j tion. I to be entirely dissimilar, and that T. McNABB. I The gross earnings, while not equal there was absolutely no possibility of to those of 1907, nevertheless show; the pair ever being reconciled. The the substantial increase of wife did not appear in court, but was 232.04 over 1908. The gross earnings-; represented by T. P. Reyelle. The for the fiscal year ending June 30 husband was represented by Roberts, last, aggregated of j Hulb-rt Tennant. the order for the appointment of the judge pro tenipore was signed by W.J. BRYAN DECLINES TO MEET SENATOR. BAILEY company, before fc'-e took the night boat for Seattle. Mr. Dav- idson is the president of the Crown Lumber company, which owns lum- ber yards throughout Alberta. The elevator company, plans to erect iour here. The programme will extend over several years. Each of them will have a capacity of one million bushels. They will be built on the unit system, each unit with a capacity of 250.000 bushels, thus en- abling the company to make additions to the original unit as conditions may j sons for declining to enter into the (pared with 63 per cent, for the pre- require. j debate are outlined in a personal let- ceding year. An increase of The company is now building at j ter to Clark HowelL editor of the i S20.54 is -shown in the net earnings Atlnnta Constitution. The letter in land in the surplus for thr> Says Debate Would Accentuate Tar'ff j whjcl? was' for" freight Differences in Party. jand for passenger. The (freight earnings for 1908 amounted to Lincoln, Neb., Oct. J. Bry- and the Judge J. T. Ronald. an announced that he will hot meet passenger Senator Bailey of Texas, in a debate j The operating expenses were 56.3 on the tariff question. Bryaa's rea-iper cent, of the gross earnings, com- to j By the terms of the decre? both parties are forbidden to remarry within six months of the date of the decree. The trial of the -case con- sumed approximately eight minutes. for Lit t incAL OFHCE: Brown BuOding Crabb Street Calgarv the Globe terminal elevator with capacity of bushels, one quarter of which storage will ?ady for this season's crop. The principal shareholders are North Da- MRS. STETSON IS REMOVED General Teaming We do all classes of teaming on the shortest notice. faction guaranteed. If you need coal and you want the best value your money will buy, see me. Coal must be paid for on delivery. part follows: .i wired vou that I would write you and give the reason why I though a 'debate inadvisable. When the vota bankers, and not Minneapolis i joint meeting was suggested at El rainmen as stated yesterday. They Paso. I replied: that I was trying' to H. j aid in the election of a Democratic in-! majority in. the next, congress. To nclude T. avidson, L. Beiseker and C. vho have had larce vestments in Western Canada. L. Strong., the general manager, has lis headquarters in Calgary, whence e will return to Vancouver within he next week or ten days. The company owns ninety -elevat- rs and warehouses in Alberta, hav- ng made many additions during the ast summer. There will be 35 car- oads of lumber used in the building f the new elevator that end I have suggested a brief but specific tariff plank which I shall ask the Democratic -candidates to ac- vear. POSSIBILITIES OF THE PEACE RJVER DISTRICT Plums Grow 350 Miles North of Ed- at Experimental Station. Word has just been received from cept, reject or amend. "I believe that a debate at- this j the Dominion experimental station at Fort Vermillion, in the Peace River tend to turn the atten- distTict- under date of August 10th. tion from the political.'issue to reports every- viduals, and -1 would not consid r Ithinc favorably at the sta- -the proposition unless it came as aition' with P-ospect of -excellent ENS OF DISEASE ARE FACTORIES ed. Kingston, Ont., Oct. 4. Cadet Lindsay, of Strathroy, won the sil- ver challenge bugle at the annual mained for seven years. where he TO- on Saturday, the best athlete It will pay you to trade with us. Pioneer Lumber Co. 242-26 the year. It will pay you to trade with Pioneer Lumber Co. us. 242-23 Don't Forget To take your meals at ibe on- ly all-r o u n d white Restaur- ant in Loth- briage THE ALEXANDRA CAFE ASK FOR OUR FRESH SPRING CHICKEN Arid Eggs, also Vegetables and Home Grown Suckling Pigs and :Pork from our farm. It is for you. Also 'Fresh Oysters in season, any style to suit your taste. We! Are Here to Please You at Any Cost N. H. MURRAY, Prop. personal request. "I -might add as a further reason that- a debate between two Democrats would accentuat-j the tariff differences that have embarrassed our party in Congress and give the Republican newspapers a -chance to dwell upon i Democratic dissensions instead of dc- ealth Inspectors' Report Shows Ap- j voting their time to the contest now palling Conditions in Montreal j being waged between progressive Re- Montreal, Oct. report was and tllt> 'stand -flatters." completed today at' the city hall by: "The debate might be pleasing to the medical school inspectors, of tne, entertaining to the whom there are over a dozen, in but J think that t-he sub- gard to sanitary condition of factor-'' 'ct ;T nm to present is ies and various industrial establish- calm and consideration, ments in the city. j The report makes interesting read-' ing indeed. It shows that reforms' are needed to secure better sanitary! conditions; and that 'greater care: should be taken of the health of the i WM. J. BRYAK" SCHOOL SPANKING GOOD is Sometimes Necessary and Should be Given Yorjs Oct. resolution in- I employees. i For instance, the report states that I in eight places inspected they tlle teachers in the village them so overcrowded that the healthito use corporal punishment when of the employees was absolutely en-1 necessary was passed by the board dangcrcd. I of education of Smithtown, Long j Tn no less than two hundred and j last evening, nine places bad sanitary conditions Thirteen-year-old Johnnie Tobin, a were revealed; some of the places -sr'n Ol" Thomas Tobin, superintendent were "filthy." j of the Kings Park State Hospiatl for Dampness, dangerous to health, was' the Insane., is responsible. Johnnie found in forty-four places.- [rubbed red pepper-in the eye of Los- Lack of ventilation comes in for! ter Merritt, s6n of Henry N, Herritt J special comment. _ This condition station agent of the Long Island rail-' 'discovered iri no less than one road at Kings Park. teacher dred and thirty-four working places. spanked Johnnie, and his father pre- Dcfective lighting is charged against' ferred charges against the young wo- onc hundred establishments. i Hisui. TJnswopt shops, in which was found! When the school board met last dust, dangerous to health, was encoun night it put its formal stamp of ap- tcred, and sanitary conditions thatjproval on the spanking, passed the were distinctly dangerous to health.! resolution authorizing ''bodily' punish- Exccssive heat, which was exceed-; ment when necessary and" ingly weakening, is. charged against] that Johnnie twenty-six places. The serious state! apologize to the Merritt' mcnt is valso made that employees; father, were found suffering from tuberculosis in various establishments. The report further states that, in all, shops, factories, etc., werejConnebrook." a Princeton -farmer Among.the places inspected were'his injuries SUCCUmbcd to R62 factories; wholesale stores, _____ rfturrs for the season. The apple and plum trees set out three years a.20 have, done wonderfully well, and trr- superintendent states that he will have a particularly interesting re- port to make at the close of the sea- son, which will likely come as a sur- prise to many people. 1-iis station was established three years ago by F. S. Lawrence, and the returns have .given valuable addition- al proof ;of the tremendous agricul- tural possibilities of the Peac? River district. It is interesting to note that this station is in latitude 58-29, fully 350 miles due north of Edmonton, and is reached at the present time by a somc-what circuitous route of miles. Surveys are being rapid- ly pushed in this district, and in spite of the distance from railway communication, settlers are'even now finding their way into these districts. .FARMER DIED Woodstock, Ont., Oct. a Princeton laundries, 78; night refuges, 22; bar- ber shops, 174; groceries, butcher shops and bakeries, 919. It will pay you Pioneer Lumbtr Co.1 with us. Our Bread, Gakes and Pastry Are as good as our Meat Pies Christian Science Teacher's License Revoked by Mother Church Jfew York, Oct. most dras- tic step yet taken by the First Church 'of Christ Scientist, of Bos- ton, in the attempt which has been going on for several years to remove Mrs. Stetson, a. dominant ['influence in the Pirst Church of Christ, Scientist, of New York, was made known today when it was learn ed that the Boston officials have- re- voked Mrs. Stetson's license to teach Christian Scieri-ce and have removed her card as a pract-ioner and teacher from the Christian Science Journal, one of the publications of the order. The action by the directors of the mother church, as the First Church of Ohristj Scientist, of Boston, is known 'to have followed an exhaust- ive inquiry "into Mrs. Stetson's me- thods of teaching and practicing Christian Science. .Excepting Mrs. more practitioners aad lead- ers in the Christian Science Church i have received their instructions from Mrs, Stetson than -any other person. E. J. TICKNER Box 1954 Ring Up T08 When you want DRAYING I Done promptly and satisfactorily JOHN BRODIE: t SHE CHANGED BUT 'TWAS THE SAME If a> Man's Wife Puts Him on the Indian List, He's There a Year. Chatham, Ont., Oct. "When a man's wife puts him on the Indian list he's there to stay a full was the dictum of Judge Dowlin in connection with the appeal of H. Gerbcr. a Thamesville htftelkeeper, fined for selling to a restricted person. The interdicted man's wife after ser- ving notice on him changed her mind and tore up the notice. Gerber claim ed this removed the man from the list, but the judge affirmed the con- viction. ...WITH.-.. FRAME 1 Satisfaction Guaranteed PHONE 289 ROBT. SCOTT Phone Prop. LOST WEIGHT; ASKS Pittsburg Teacher Was Jilted, She Says, and Worried Herself "Thin New York, Oct. despatch to The Times from Pittsburg says Miss Luella Lowstetter, a public school teacher of Sheraden, a suburb' of Pittsburg, began suit for breach of promise to-day against Prof. Earl W. Principal of the Sheraden schools. Miss Lowstetter asks for damages. Her lawyer says she demands for each pound she lost through worry and shame over being jilted by the town Prin- cipal, who married another girl. Both Miss Lowstetter and Prof. Reed have been connected with the schools for some years. Miss Low- stetter alleges so thin because of that her wed- ding trousseau would not fit her. We have just unloaded a car of window, plate and fancy glass and are in a position to fill all orders at right prices. Our stock of lumber is large and well assorted. Estimates furnished. Mill work a specialty. OLIVER'S MINliniKG cm Office and Factory for.-iO'iiftD 3od SGnPliS STHEETS Telephone 153 Yard, Snitk St Phone 195 ;