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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 9, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta October THE LETHBRTDGE DAILY HERALD 11 NO ALUM MAGIC BAKING POWDER BAKING POWDER MADE IN CANADA SETTLERS ARE POURING IN lillttiiill BANKS CLOSE THURSDAY A public having been declared for tomorrow from ten till four the banks will not bo open for business at any time during the BEARING ON THE CONTEST WHETHER COMMISSION GOVERN MENT BECOMES EFFECTIVE ON PASSING LEGISLATURE Letlibridge will havo a new city charter niter the next session oi the provincial Will it pro vide tor an eally election of the three city commissioners talcing their or willIt he a year beiorc the coin mission form of government goes in to leaving the council to be elected in December in charge during That is phase oi the conmiission government discussion which will have to be settled while the council has the matter under consideration during the next two or tlirce It is a matter of more than a little public importance as the decisionwill have a direct bearing on the munici pal elections n 11 the charter is prepared with a clause making it possible lo elect the com missioners immediately it becomes it will mean that the council elected in December will have to re sign alter sitting only for a few following an election in which the commissioners will be Seen by the Herald this morning City Solicitor Hall stated that either course was and be would leave it to the council to decide when the general discussion of the charter is undertaken next The sentence of death of John Cuni wife of has been commuted en the plea of in Immigration to Canada this year is heavier ever said Joseph of the Immigration to the Herald this morn and the increase in the number of American settlers is the feature o the years Tho first nine months eclipses the records of other The surprising ieature is we are getting so many settlers Irom the western Washington in particular is sending large tho movement through Spokane being 1olson is in the city in connec tion with the DryFarming The officials o the department are taking a great interest in the move and consider it fine publicity for Western Hundreds of AmJ ericans will visit the they cannot help but return to their homes with n good impression of the Canadian Hruce commissioner if immigration at will be onp of the visitors in the city during con gress He is now on a tour of the Speaking oi agricultural conditions in the West generally Poison said that the West had had one of its best years and would he able to start the new year in a very prosperous condi Threshing is well advanced in hut rather backward in Saskatchewan and in Northern Al A lotof grain is moving out of Southern Alberta the railways are already taxed to the de mands of the grain How he said that he had not heard much conpaint of car es pecially in wbere grain is moving TO ENTERTAIN THE DELEGATES NOURSE WILL HEAD NEW COMMITTEE IN CONNECTION WITH CONGRESS Canada are prescribing Abbey sEffervescent Salt n Hutu f lie it o nuk ptciHc in certain lomi tf Goat and Two and 60c ALL 3 At a mcetins of the Board of Con trol of the Dry Farming Congress last Nourse was ap pointed chairman of a new commit tobe known as the entertain ment This committee will relieve the accommodation and enter tainment of the entertainment oi the delegates to tliu Twentyfive volunteers will aid Noursc in the duties of which prom ise to tie very while 75 ca dets have volunteered their services to act as escorts and guides during the They will he detailed as squads each in charge of a noncom missioned and will he on duty at the grounds and to meet all trains during the MURDERER IS INSANE Her Royal Highness The PRINCESS PATRICIA MISSNEALEIN THE FIRST PLACE JUMPED FROM FOOT OF POLL TO TOP IN TWENTYFOUR HOURS At noon today the voting In the Queen contest stood iMss Audrey Neale Miss Eda Hatch Miss Luclle Eekitorm mur derer of William who has been sought by the police for ten gave himself up this He was insane though not and when ordered by the police to throw up his surrendered im Good HomeMade Bread Your baking will be successful IE you use White Swan Yeast Makes sweet and wholesome If your grocer hasnt gotit G calces at 5c send us his name and ask for free White Swan Spices WHEN MADE WITH ELLISONS OUR BEST FLOUR After searching everywhere this old lady last tried our Her experience is summer up in the word Your verdict will the Try a sack saves money and It is the careful housewifes Ellison Milling and Elevator MILLS AT RAYMOND AND MAGRATH The spirit of competition was evi denced for the first time today in the voting contest for the Queen of the In ternational DryFarming when Miss Audrey Neale jumped into the lead several The voting has scarcely hegun and when the votes count into the thousands it is expect jd there will be something interesting n the In at least four important functions reigning Queen will evoke her royal prerogatives in connection with the Congress and without doubt the part that the young lady and her maids of honor will play will be long remem bered hy the honored guests of the The Coronation The Queen will reign at the Terpsi feto next week Thursday night ant will then be formally recognized and receive her crown atthe hands of His Worship Mayor Hatch oddl enough is the father of one of the pop ular contestants for The court of honor will preside over the Terpslfete for the Ths Womans Board of the Congress will give a theatre party at the open ing performance of Billee Taylor the Majestic Theatre at which the Queen of the Congress and her maids of honor will be guests of honor and on Tuesday night thefie youiig ladies share the honors and responslbil ilies in the great International recep tion at which the representatives several nations will be introduced to the people of Later in the evening the Queen wil preside over the presentation the orlds sweepstakes prizes that hav been won at the International Expoai The Herald is requested to call at tontlon to the fact that every ticke of admission to the Terpsfete carries a coupon upon which are printed the names of the three candidates witl bianks far the vote to he Thi coupon when properly marked with ji cross opposite the name of the deslrei candidate much like the Australiai ofilclal ballot must be dropped into the ballot box at Jacksons drug store The Returning Officers Armstrong and th official judges make the count at nooi and at nine each evening until the con test closes on the night of the 16f The committee in charge desire tha all children between the ages of 1 and 18 who will assist in the canvas for the sale of tickets for the Terpsl fete should call at the offices of th DryFarming Congress in the Roya Bank building for ticket The first prize for the largest num her of tickets sold will he ten dollar in the second and third will he five dollars iii gold and th first fifteen having the largest num ber of suics will be entertained by party at the Blllcc Taylor per formancc early in the Already t5 tickets sellers are work and the committee desires tha least twice that number shall com The of Control appeals to parents children of the desire age and who arc willing to assist th in insuring the success o the entertainment to allow the chil ren to report for duty at the Congrcs headquarters after school Thursda and Friday and as early as convenien after nine oclock Saturday Thomas Taylor left today to pend a few days in Qlaresholui on Nelson has returned rom mi extended viait ut the and Frank Stoltze re uriied yesterday afternoon from a motor trip to Miss Do Veber was the hostess of n enjoyable two table five hundred ast Folklus and children of who were guests with have returned Miss Leila Clarke has returned from short visit to points In Miss Lewis returned yesterday from visit with and SUcpoole of and left for her home In Vinnipeg this Smith arrived in the city yesterday morning from his ranch t Boundary and will remain at his Glenelg until after he DryFarming MILADI BY fHONiil 1ft ho wisest sovereigns orr like private nd royal hand lias sometimes laid the sword C chivalry upon a worthless Ihleh better had buen branded the Vlrnt then Kings do their and they and we luet answer for th1 and not th Miss Helen Mewburn leaves about he middle of the month for Edmonton she Will be bridesmaid at tho redding of Miss Addle which be solemnized on the Harris will be one of the invitations are being issued by and for the marriage tf their daughter to Carl on at their 520 Twelfth Street at eleven oclock the of has received the sad news of the death i his at Still The deceased an was well known in this vhere he and Hind visited friends some six weeks and Dowsett announce the engagement of their Vira Priseilia Dowsett fco George Tracy Ing second son of and the wedding to take place and Simpson arrived in last week from Kam accompanied by their Don ltd and mother of They will make their future home at 16ZG North Oak Simpson was formerly publisher of the Cranbrook and Is well known iii Leth Edmonton Journal Miss Addie Bel who has been visiting her sis Hugh Nesbltt in and also Friends in returned Miss Anna Belcher who has been at a girls school in met her sister in Winnipeg and came back with Belcher and Belcher are giving a young peo ples dance in the Separate school hall on Monday October Miss Addie Belcher is to be married to David Graham on the Wednes day Our Raymond correspondent writes On Monday evening the and Mrs of the Presbyterian drove over to Now Diyton to attend the annual bazaar pf the Aid of that flourishing They report Hplendld tlmo and say that the azaar fullof beautiful An appropriate program was rendered and light refreshments From a financial standpoint the affair was alim a remarkable Success In that the soc iety realized from ThU will bo used to build uy the church at Dayton whore Toombs Is the DIAZ A quiet wedding was celebrated at Wesley parsonage at four oclock yes terday when the Perry joined In marriage Eva Anne Dlax to both of and MrsxSutter will reside at ROBERTSON TUa marriage took place on at of Miss Effa Robertson to of nuptial knot being tied by her Reeve pf Oply immodlato relat ives and friends of the contracting parties were The bride beautifully gowned ill cream arid travelled in a nary blue serge suit and black velvet hat The party drove to New Hambur and there took train for Toronto and thence to where a day was spent viewing the sights of the and tail will a couple of weeks al Tails old will return west by water from Mon on the Lawrence Lake Lake Erie to from i thence by fail via Minneapolis to The expect to arrive about the middle of arid wlil take up their resi dence In apartments in the Security Tait Is well known in Raymond from her numerous visits to this when she was the guesl of and She taught tho primary grade pf the Stirling school last Raymond correspon FEAR THE WORST of the missing yacht Hernadotte ha I birii received here up to Th government sttainer Lady Ivvclyn left j yesterday noon trying lo find this yacht and it is feared that the seven people aboard Kiuik with Pclorlicvo yets the i good cook Hosiie of Polorlicvo yets the yollr groccr conmet to build new ar I It brings Good Luck on Bak ing day because of a porfoct baking powder embodied in Albertas Albertas Beat in mb Bolutely Albertas Best IB pefcetly from any substance injurious to Albertas Bost is is known by good cooks everyv where for it Aik Clubs and Societies You are reminded of the fifteen cent which will be held at the home of corner Fifth Avenue and Nineteenth on Frlday and The Ladles Aid have arranged a fine and all are cordially On account of the very inclement weather last the attendance at the Westminster Bpworth League was not very and consequently the reception service was postponed until a later The executive of league will meet at the parioiuge on Monday evening The Ladies Cotta society of SL Pauls First Lutheran church will meet on Friday afternoon instead o Thurs with 629 14th when Waslying and Johansen will be the The whist drive and which Was held in the hall last evening under the auspices of the An cient Order of was a dis tinct Seventeen tables were in the fortunate prize winners being Mordin and while the consolations were awarded to and Dainty refreshments were and dancing was in order from eleven till A regular meeting of the Is called for Friday afternoon at In the A full at tendance is requested as business mat ters in connection with the visit of Gordon Dominion presi dent of the and also with regard to the rest which the proposes to at the ex hibition grounds during Congress week will be before the Thomas Taylor and who has returned from the convention at Moose re port a most inspiring One hundred and fourteen delegates were in and the meetings were a stimulus to work for the Instead of having one president and set of oillccrs for Alberta and Saskat the two provinces have now each separate officers and next your will hold distinct SPECIAL SALE OF LADIESGLOVES AND HAND BAGS FOR FRIDAY and SATURDAY On Friday and Saturday we place on Sale our entire stock of Ladies Kid and Suede we are not reserving one single pair for regular lengths in this Thli Mleetlon include popular ihadei hi tan brown and with ont and two dome and pair Friday and Saturday Pair No Glovei CM be Exchanged So be sure Ivhen you come or send for theia have correct Sizes run from i Mail orders will be accepted up till Mon day Ladies Hand Bags We are also placing on sale on Friday and Saturday a full range of Ladies Hand in green suede and in black velvet All are well lined and finished with luV stantial brass long silk leather handles Regular 85 Friday and Saturday Sale Hudsons LETHBRIDGE MEET GREATEST OF THEM ALL Richardsons Opin ion of the Coming Dry Farming Congress This is going to be the greatest exposition of dryfarmed products ev er gathered together at at the Toronto ing Congress and that means that it is going to he the best exposition oi such products ever gathered for competition on the con tinent of North That is the way who has charge of the Alberta pro vincial exhibit expressed himself this morning after he had visited the ex position buildings and seen the activ big in ity there in preparation for the Richardson arrived CHICAGO WHEAT MARKET showed strength today on account of growing fenrs of vi general conflict in tho Bal The was not the selling at times heins somewhat unsettled weathc northwest aided the Opening prices were imchaiiged to Decemhcr started at ll to a gain of to reached to and rallied to Active export inquiry lifted December started the same ns lasl u and rose to o city last night purpose of setting up the provincial exhibit and will remain until after s He has attended the last two sessions in charge of the Alberta and each time has had tho pleasure of seeing Ills exhibit he blue Although excluded Irom the sweepstakes event this Richardson says that their exhi bit will be the best he has ever set and will be a great advertisement for the Manitoba Exhibit who will have charge of the Manitoba exhibit is also 1visy today with preliminary Their exhibit is calculated to take its place along with the It was shown under Poisons charge at the Toronto and is one of the best ever sent out of tho The Hrllish Columbia i charge of wa shown at the Toronto It is being shown here with some addi The Saskatchewan charge of was showi at and is also being shiran The NMagara oi wheat is the central feature of the The Alberta exhibit was one oi the features oi the Toronto and is shown although as it is hcins erected now it will occupy more The exhibit was also shown at the Toronto It has bpcn described as the last word in the line of an exhibit of the natural resources of the Ami I within a couple of Oklnlmma the big Canadian eipptitiou in the exhibits which are being put up by he Canadian son Bays they will all have to themselves to beat the exhibit iu charge of which he has tan it has been gathered with great oaw and represents the best in tlw Tue United States eihtljit ii ing and tepresuiUttMi o federal government ut euxot ed to arrive onion tte ml o tin week to put it in It Trill ooou py the whole of the hair and as it aa out lay of ten thousand It ill be ono of on A good start has DHD mode in get ting the decks cleared lot and before tho tnd oi the week there will be adispWot drytanned products at tho fair gtoonds M has never before been to who the Marie evidence of Kelly elerti of Kamilton Canadian has G50 i The Brown Betty Tea Room be open on THURSDAY AFTERNOON Prom Four to 9ll At the Sign of the Pot Corner Third and Filth Street South DELICIOUS Home Baking Orders filled prompt ly for Pastry Siilo every Richardson ;