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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta October 10, 1911. 'TIIK LETHBHTIHSE DAILY f X" BLACK "Nick Knight" Store Foliih fivw ihine thit lull. Just i small over lurftct. Just few light rubs with cloth' or brush brings a ehiue you ctm see your (nee tile siiitie lasti for brlijht, 1} black. Try the quick, clrau and Uljr way StoveB, A MK MM, (Iciterf or ttM of IHloty TIE r. F. HLLEY UMITO, It NILTM, of IK. rtmoui "I In I" IhW Pollih. KITCHENER SMOOTH WORK BY POLISH WOMAN Given Great Welcome on his Arrival in Egypt j Works Confidence Game With Much Success in Brandon Brandon, Man., Got. 0. Through photograjilis received here of Sophie Hurlft; waitniK Lr'al at Calgary for having victirmzcd sonic forcigiicrs in Mint city, Klie has been .identified as the-woiran who. stole tl.OOU natiomilists sqmrni- rrom three Polish in i ed at the apyointment of Lord Kitchen Jime mysteriously-dwap- aucceed'Sir Eldon. Goist, butjpeaa-ri nfter Rotting the cash. Fr0m 1 never did such, a crowd or natives Torth to welcome a British ag- They were all eager to catch a jplimpse of Aba Sheimb, which, being Irterpreted, means "Fnthei- oE Cli Moustache." The-receiHion accorded Lord Kitch- London, Oct. Kitchener left England quietly IIB an ordinary tourist, liut showed his knowledge ol' the Kgy- jitimi toinpcr.iinent In his manner of nrrival in Bgyyt. Ho went from Malta on a cruiser, and waa welcomed by a fialuto of gnus at'ihc entrance to tho Jiarbor of Alexandria. No British reg- Jment over arrived on anything but an ordinary steanier, tint! never received a fedluic ener at. Cairo tmfore. eclipsed anything ONTARIO ELECTIONS Berlin, Oct. is raport- cd aemi-officially that the On- tario emotions will be held on Nov. vith nominations a WG'ok thst official nniioinitement w'ill lie made on Thursday of this w'aek which vlll make a six weeks' cnm-1 0 pafgn. the successful way she operated here, it is (juilfc parent, that she is one of the cleverest women j that has ever operated in this cqun- try. Witliiu a few days after she came to- Hrumlou iii-'J was very intimate with a ..number of Pol- ish hi're. She viHttqil their apparently took ''in- terest in the people, and especially in the children, with ,1 result induced some of the people to let her have money which they had to draw from (he bank QT produced from mat- tresses, they hail v their cash secure. Wilhin -twenty-four hours she got here as follows; I. Bunk .Joe Bulinski ARE FRIENDLY TO MODERN SCHOLARSHIP Toronto. Oct. criticism was the chief subject of discussion -fc tins Methodist Ecumenical Confei'etict; today. While' the majority of the speeches wore 6ppo.Sf.-d to what miglitr he cnllcri the "destructive11 higher criticism, it vvns very plain that the general sympathy of the was favorable to modern scholarship. Dr. Carman, senior gunurul suptirin- fenrictit of tin- church in Canada, was the onlj IJanu'diaii delegate who spoke, and his views ate well known as beinjc favorable old school of theology. Krtglish proftssors and championed the modern flio most impressive 'speakers Proi'essors .1. H. and W. T Moulton, the noted Biblical schplars. Several excellent addresses glvon during the day hy President, p. J. McCoiiiibli. of DuPau Unlvcrsitv, Dr. HiiKhen-, Speck and others. a convocation at Victoria Uni- versity the decree of Doctor of Di- vinity was conferred ,On a number of Ilie more d stinguisheil delegates. Tjtos-; wlu were thus honored were .las. .Shaprnun, Knglami Rcv. Henry Hough, Knglaml Rev Ed win Dallon, England Rev. TL T Lfiwis, Maryland Kov: 0. Packer. ISngliiml liev; .Inc. 0. Park, Ire- lami liishoj) Smith troit; Hishop Walrien, Cincinnati Rov. W. Williams, Australia and Ilishop Some of these already hail the de- gree and now will be honored in the wo nations. Flavouring HOLBBOOKS GENUINE WORCCSTEItSHm SAUCE Is limply dcllciouc. Imported Absolutely 11 FARMING CONGRESS SPECIAL TRAIN ROODS RUIN FARMER'S CRI9PS Thousands Of Acres In Mississippi Valley Inundated Lacrosse, H'is., Oct. lllack j M River ilood Vhich wiped out the busi- Hundreds of AfcGill gtudeuts .gave Lord Sl.ratllcona a farewell at Wontre- Montrea! harbor commission an- nounce an intention to request 000 from tho new government for bar- HAREM BEAUTY IN HIS ARMS, HE WAS SHOT, Vienna, Oct. re- ceived here that'General Rlza' Pasha, while trying to carry away a beauty of the royal Turkish harem at Constantsa- ople, was chal'tenged by tho giiard, and upon failing to re ply was shot and killed. o Arrangements all along -ibe vroufe.of the are .complete. stop at Salt .Uike. City on Saturday, Oct. 21, will be very eujoyab'ie, ami pamcngers will breakfast in d'iners and .be ready to the train at nine o'clock 4 and take another which will be 111 waiting for a run to Salt Air Beach Matbing in the lake will be Indulged On return to the city, automobiles will, be in readiness for a 15- luile sight-seeing trip, ending at the Mormon Tabernacte, a special organ recital _ ....0__ be ghen for the parly. i rising. The'.Commercial Club will also entertain the visitors. Th'3re is still plenty of room on" .the train and the Letli- hridge Board of. Trade hope that it will pull out of. Leth- 'bridge on Saturday afternoon -'.with a bumper crowd. Gyerj that possibly can, should come along. ness .sections ol' Hlack iliver Falls' FOU A GKNL'INE VICTKOLA! There te no reason why you should nol place this greatest of musicnl Instruments in your home, NOW. Easy terms if desired, KECORpS. You' ntn liOJir it today DOMINION'BLOCK. Friday and Saturday, now extends over the Mississippi Valley, reaching from the Minnesota to Wisconsin Ulufis. by merging v.'ith the .larger river, nine miles' north of Ibis city. Thousands of acres of farm lands ate inundated and thousands of tons of I hay have; bel'n swept or ruined. Tbe Mississippi River is dotted with all sorts of wreckage, including roots _________ of. Iniusrs barns, [iirniture and house-I hold of all descriptions nrostly j The directors of the Y. from Black River Falls. The I at luncheon at noon of water is over nine feet here, mouthl highest in its history, and it is still Patterson, a fisherman, PHONE 791. LETHBRIDGEY.M.C.A. SHOWS UP WELL and produclne the largest revenue of any month jut "Several classes in.educational wni'k are brtng started A class In llsh for Chinese and Japanese: Is be- ing organized as aiy also classes In clactricity, business law and handling .M." C. A.Tren' estate. IS. F. Layton' will lead in a ma'e chorub On rrlda> ______ ______ meeting Most I rlaa> eiemng at CIO theie iof the bublness tiansacted aiose from I a to get tlie gjm the repoit of the geneial secietai} I I" swing i Supper u'aS In this iBDort Ur said-j seneci Special auangementg. by 'tlic of his bunln.ihat A c r shepherd msd" 'be boys' .oit jmg skin, Mlnle attempting make a I Ounlop, had agreed tbswko a loung and Sam-s Ule bulWing so as not j landing nl the mouth of Spring linen's Bible class oil Tiicsdaj eien witb their school studies Slough. Many people were pushed in-! ings for the next sk wast, A flrst al11 lo injurail to the river, at Black liiver Falls byjtbe first one to be held October an impetuous crowd'of sightseers be-1 Meetings are being held tn lobb hind them and resulted with fatalities of "'e huildiiig on-Sunday evenings afteriuioii. a business men's thi church to promote fellowship GOOD MAN FOR THE JOB H. Preston, ei- M.P-P-, former president of the Canad- ian PreEa ;asaoci-Ation and proprietor of'Tlie Brantford Expositor, has been. repre-oent the Canadian 3'ress ,at: the Coronation Durbar at Delhi in December. Tlie appointment made by the Canadian .govern- ment at the request of the Indian ad- ministration. MANITOBA, SENATOR DEAD .Winnipeg, Oct. Hon. Joe Chev- erier, -member of the Canadian sen- ate, appointed to the senate January 11, 1909, died tonight at his resMeilce 105 Place, at 'ten He was an uncle of 'Horace Cheverier, ex-M. P. P., and a "Literal in politics. Black Hivcr Falls this af-! mBD' committee of seven was ternooti chosen to report r.est Saturday on a Attacbed to the report .was-a com- parative statement of the Y. M. C. i t f iA" MLI ve BLuteiiieiiL ui LIIB i. u. Ioc8 ion For he new city, the senti- A-9 of WflBteri and meiit being thai it should he moved jln whlch LPthbndge showed up well to "ami further from the river. No one has gone hungry and tlicro has.bcen-no shrinkage, of anything except meat and every ono'aild is slxthv in point .Debudget. It has the percentage of m'a: in most particulars -While LeUi- bridge is until in the its to populhtton It'ib sixth in membership is comfortably housed. FRANK PETERS'. NEW OFFICE Montreal, Oct. W. Peters, assistant to tho vice president on western lines of the1 CaTiad'ian Pacific; was today appointed by Sir Thomas j SbauglmesEy as the general executive agent of the company with headquar- ters in Winnipeg, iir. Peters will h-a actively engaged in conTioction with the affairs of.tlva company from Port Artu.ur to the Pacific coast, dealing with the larg-Gr problems of adminis- tration. hersb'ip --.o populatiffo of any'of tho "associations except Nelson.! The secretary advised th'at the board pay the raihvay: fares' of two of the staff to attend the 'big mis- sionary congress at Cslgary and urged as many of the. directors as could do so to go. The nnnre of G. F. Heath was added to the social committee and R. P. Wallace and A. Rc'id to the educa- tional committee. The, rtormttortes reported as being uil occupied duiiug Sopteniber has, been started with Dr W S. CJafbraUh lecturer. The import of the secretary wat adopted. 'It was agreed that Mr.' Tliomasson and one other member of) the staff t should go to the Laymen's -Missionary Congress at Calgary. Dr.- (-'C Cragg was'added to th'a phjsicaf committee. GREAT BRITAIN'S LARGEST BATTLESHIP Portsmouth Eng, Oct D .pi'jnt Brttain's laigest battle ship, King George, was sue ccssfully launched' today. The. warship >au christened by his Majesty's aunt. Princess Christian of SchleBwig Hols- ten Tne vessel lus a dis- plflcement of tons, and her principal dimensions are: Length, '535 feet, beam 27 1 2 Arnittment con- sists of ten 13.5 Inch guns and i-t four I-nch guns rj IN INDIVIDUAL ERS NOW THAT THE SOCIAL SEASON IS JUST OPENING, THE MANY HOSTESS IN THE CITY WILL BE PLEASED JO LEARN" THAT WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT OF ALL KINDS OF GLASS VASES. TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY OF THIS WEEK WE WILL SELL INDIVIDUAL VASES AT THREE FOR 25c. REGULAR 15o EACH. SEE OUR WINDOW. TEN PIECE TOILET SETS, GOOD VALUE At THE REMAINDER OF THIS WEEK YOUR CHOICE FOR H. A. McKILLO-P CO. ;