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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Face? gOITED BY "INO" OfflM Phone 1224.. Residenci Phone 774- Miss llnrslonc was, prettily. gowned chlliou pink satin. MLS. Murpliy (WinnipcpV was strik- ingly uttiird in cerise, inounUiil oil grey slllf. Miss lleldier was wearing a becoming peril snlin (sown, with.crushed rose trimmings. i Mrs. Hurdle wore tin elaborate mauve satin- powii. Miss ,1'hilp was ilnlnty I i'n i'Uiborated willi dew- SEITLEMENT OF STRIKE IN SIGHT "Tliere, is no liardYliip ahoad'of UK .hwiuLilifil Hit- drawing rooms. Mrs. chillnn....... lirlifr (hat imiv not he Hindu msier Anderson received her guuits Miss Ciin.mir wore a hy U Nuismitli who had don- i-d with Kold not. cry lumliOilj) Unit, ahcaJ will he ncil :i lovely blue clolli gown, will. Mrs. woce llu- li-inkM- lu mw-'t liv any Iniiure of tunic of wrtontal poured -Imwlwme Mad; salin frown w ours in lory's Ml'-s- the ices o_[ cluintilly lace, adorned and wore becoming pink with touches heavy fringe. -_ i Tlmsi' hiiUH-n Mr. and Mrs, rf i tun- witji Oct. ma it meeting of local U now In progress here .and well defined statements are bfllng made in the street that a of itttlmant hod been reached fay the operators and President White. Thle runs along the line of the .Gordon ;recommendation! with come slight .variations- It may be taken positive' that come proposition Is went that Preildent White forming any proposition .for settlement is In- correct. Seen at the close of the ing'Mr. White stated no proposition had been formulated and that while anxious to make a settlement, the matter entirely In the hands of the miners of the district and they would be the onei .to decide.. While it may be time that a proposition will eonilderation and that Inter- j be formulated at conven- President White favors IU it ion at Lethbridge, Its nature had being the cate ;i set- (not been divulged. President White now In sight, and as GOOD Mib. U. and Dor-' ol ami returned from .in xU'iuliMt visit a I''the coast. M [HA A nua ,1 'a Lt eson, wliiti! was thy assistant. ;.Klrlifili in N'uismHli ilining-room Mis A. WhiUon was n tea hour liost .s this' afternoon, cuinpliment- .11 to Miss lanthii 'llardie. Mis Glen wright' and ilauyliu-r and Mr. CiiUihert of Winnipeg, hyve t.iin.pd home lifter inohth'M vtsit with MVs. .litmus Ashcroft. The I'rollieon sewing uircln will nut umigH at eight o'clock, ltt Uiu. lionic of .Miss Oliver, tiill'i SI. Mis, I'. Roy, Miss Hell and Mr, H M nf Baron Si Air. Watson nnd Mr. IVittiisiuiH. of Cliin.'sho'ni, to the In the Dakotas and Minnesota lull year on account of th-6 -poor uiopa in states, while In Canada near the line to the mills which supply these itates the market this season Is good. With no duty they are ubie to send their., lumber for which they have little, sale nt home, to Canada, and are willing lo undersell' the Canadian lumberman; In order to keep their milli going. "The action of the aiioclatlon at1 Calgary seems to me to .be almply a. stop toward protecting thenuelvea against. tbli competition, not V move toward. a lumber combine aa- might lie thought from, the report of the meeting." Speaking to C. n. CarUon, manager of the Fuoiiofcr Lumber Co. yarrla in' Southern Alfwrta, he refused .to make any statement on the. aubject for the press, other than to say that from 'he reports of the meeting It appear- ed that the mills are endeavoring- to restrain the lumber trade by limiting ttie supply so .that the may Se forced up. This, lie aaid, had been done, hefoie in the history of the west, aljout five yeara ago, -at which: time there was a. government ttgatiou for the purpose of breaking up anything in to nature of a com-.' McARTHUR THE MAN FOR GLEICHEN .Calgary, Oct. a ebn- vwitton in which every polling division was represented ont one, the Liberals of Olelchen last night unanimously .nom- inated John P. of Irricana, brother, of tie late member, as a candidate In the approaching bye-electjon. Tnpp, Cavanagli, Dober- three the theatres of the city are free. ticularly to children, 'and' each child' fully acknowledges the receipt ol Mnuon, Macbeth; home with ah attractive souVen- The Ladies' of Westminster cliurcb wili-ir.'Jpt. tomorrow afternoon thief o'clock with Mrs. Hricker, IrH 1 iflii Aye NT to complete ar- ri for .the annual supper, which will be held on Thanksgiving October 3filh. As the meeting is important, all the members ace requester! to attend. following Clotliing, Mrs. K. 13 I N7eait', Barassin anfi Messrs. Rogers, .lolinston, Mrs. X'oursc, Mrs. McCiil-'Stree'' Powct' Stevens, Cunningham, lough, Mrs. Sotilhnrd, Mrs., Tinning Morrow, Moore, Cecil, Mrs. Hatch nnd AJiss fant's ontflt, Mrs. Pawson ar and jars, two 'friends j Wriggleswortli, Kirkham, Harmon fruit, Sn.lth .laclc- (lowers so" Johnstone, Roach ;mii jius, two irieiniij nowcrs nnum and vcgclabics, Mi's. Rosblcy fruit Luck Wrs. Bowman spoons, Miss .Iack-'llar'" Ewing j DutT. Lnv.-.srin. Bennett, Rob- One family was supplied with cloth- Naismilh, Weild, Hose, ins and groceries and .two .patients Bawson, Murray, Fisher, received flowers. D rooks, Christie, Robcrt- iscti, Martindata; Karris, Oivin, Ken- Jlv brilliant, function was sirei, in courtesy to. Miss li 1 n to be seen whether the no will likely make further recommenda- Mis lanllie llnrdic was the raison i (1 ctit.of an Iinoniial lea, which dancu cl umcrt Mrs, J. .li, Anderson as host- by the Bachelors last even- -Biack tcalsarv) Jones (I-lirh irstcnlay afternoon. Crysantbe- hll, thl! K. I', hall, and it was .Soarlli, w" FUNERAL OF INFANT The: funeral took place on Sunday afternoon (if William George Marshall McLelland, Ihe little 3 months and 10 'days' old son of Mr. and Mrs. W. MCLellaud, of Royal View. The death of tin; little child came on Sat- urday morning aittr a short illness. Re-'. A. M- Gordon conducted the funeral, which was held from the. par- at- Royal View to Kno.v autunin'K favorite flowers, Ounces of Googli Syrup" Supply for 50c, Rcvlnj Tlw Surest, Quieksst Remedy Ycu Ever Ucad otMoney Refunded. guaranteed to give quiisker, hotter re- r Its than anything Is mirely worth try'np And ouo triftl will show you why 1'mt -c n used in innro homes in tho 0. Ss. id Cttnndn any other cough reinedT. V You ivill IK surprised by the i it fakes light hold of a cough, giving Instant relief.' It w ill usuMly stop molt cough in honiR, and ia imoqualled for prompt t In whooping couch.' A fiQ-ceub Imtllo of Pines, when mtleu muh homc-mmlosugar syrup, nmkes iis- pic- Mils llardie, the honor.guest, wore lure a" through Is full of Just Inter- 'stunning costume of geranium Arizona Kid" Is elaborated with lovely hearted tunic. Many lovely gowns were noticed. nother extremely interesting west- love story by the Pathe Co. 'Social Whirl" Is n rich Ca_ _ bill space will pcrmil the description brimming over with numerous laugh- by- the out of. able sitiiiitlons, keepirtg the audience 'In. a spasm of laughter. Mr. Morris promises his patrons three good lea- of oulv those worn town 'guest ,s. Miss Marshall wore a brcnmin; jojlnttr. of with luucluit ol iiluu. for Wednesday and Thursday tjonalists'. programmo of a. refercn- uons in his next, report to the conn- dura, will bo carried out or whether j ell; when both matters ihould be Mr. Bovileii will niiopt and extend the policy of his predecessors. CONFESSED Bpys, Guilty of Robbery Allowed Out On Parole Yesterday afternoon the youthful robbers were apprehended on Sunday moinlng by Sergeant Lamb, appeared hcroro'F. D. Shaw aml Rev. A. M. Gordon, acting us a juvenile court, in the vestry of Knox church at four o'clock. The session was long one, but a full confession was wrung from the boys, revealing more strongly than ever the injurious ef- fect of certain moving picture shows, and reading ihe yellow style ot blond and thunder novel. The tovs were rill given good lecture in which it was pointed out to them the oi crime which might easily follow their foolish actions, and promise of future good conduct was given by each of them. It was de- cided lo be lenient wilh thorn in this the many beautiful flowers were placed on, the II lib casket. MR. KEMP FOR GOVERNOR Ottawa, Oct. E. Kemp, Eaat Toronto is likely to be lieutenant-gov- ernor of Ontario at the expiry of th-3 term of the. present Incumbent, Hon. ,1." .M. Gibson. GRAIN MARKETS Wnnlpeg, Oct. Oct. opened 1-S, closed n8 S-S; 'Nov. opened U" 1-2. closed Dec. opeiied 5-8, eiosed t-S: Alay, o'j.'aned 100 1-S, clos-ad 100 1-8, closed opened new, opened I 1-4: Oats, closed 42 1-4: Oct. Hoc. opened 38. closed 1-S: May.opeired 42 closed -42 1-f; Flax, Or.t. opened 223, closed 223 Nov. opened 220, cloicd 220 1-2. Winnipeg Cash Xor. 9fl 1-4; 2 'Nor. OB 1-4! 3 Nor. 4. Nor: 90 1-4; a Nor. S4 1-S: 6 Nor. 781 Food 71; Oats'2-C. 42; 3 C..-W; 40 3-4; 1 Feed 39 3-4: 2 37; No. 1 extra Feed 40 3-4; Flax No. 1 N. W. 224. American Markett opened 10S L-2, 109; May opened 13 1-4. opened SS.'cloied! 1-4; May opened 1103, ......a........ Julj; opened i-2, closed 1-2. [tiou wm tgky, ulo niattcr. f case, so tlie three _ younger culprits werp let out- on parole. They will lepovl every week to the children's officer in the city, and ihcir actions will he closely watched by their par- ents lo prevent, a repetition of the recent occurrences. The ringleader ot the gang, who has more than usual tendency toward mischief will not he. dealt with so leniently, however. Mis case will be reported to Superintend- ent Clmdwick of tho department (or delinquent and neglected children who will investigate the case, am! take such steps, as may ho deefned neces- sary fo put the hoy or, the right path. Mr. Chadwick will in Ulh- brirtgc in a few days, wlien some, isc- Fitwell Footwear Values are strongly re- presented at The Bay Tbe "Fjtwell" can be obtained-only our stores. This name is guarantee of solid comfort ity, while for valne'it has no equal. The Fitwell is made in ladiee', men-'siand children's, soundly constructed on our-jown specially designed lasts; of good'solidtnrater- ials and best workmanship, it completely fills tlie bill as a sensible and Serviceable boot'of hard wearing qualities at a. price. "Fitwcll" Girls'College Show