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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Od-ober II, I1MI i-lils -fiii'iio'iis picture, wlilciV 'depicts nit'dlil'mail ill In "lien ]speaking words oi forgiveness to an I en-Ins daughter, in ..the agony j ot her confession, has [alien on lier' knees- on Ihe floor before used to lake so little breakfast lielorc Blurting thai, I" quote his own words, "I. always siiiVcred acutely: from hunger, which acted on the brain anil so made the.work a groat sli-iiiii." Anotlicr of'Mr. llacoii's lidi'iit that year Iflll cesslul "The Young WK engaged hi a'war WAR WITH GBMANY OF TWO YEARS i. (Special to tlie Medicine Hat, Oct. fed cnn- Kng- heights by great men reached mid fttiii lint attiiined by -sudden flight. Bill liiev. while- Ihcir companion-.! slept, ttru toilmi, ml in n't1'1- tOUIOllOU I 4 Ml li. 1' Wallace will receive for tin lust lime tl" Jlijhll I Mi' "i'1111 (ltl) Slstl1 II hi it ho IK In the lirsl- ilillil llllS seuiOll Mi lloiui Ilio in i. ts to Imt fean Situl-n foi l- reiiv-iin permanently Miss llL-.su lun I ml tin topic Sell tin Sodcli could ilo the. Unislllll 1 mil mcitim, SI MldiLV, cl hst mum, t tt i u nil of i mis sionm lift nil on I -1'i.slim to hi bv Mi Ililinholhim on luibdn luuilij, mbii 11 Is no liiu'it be somctlmii, worth 1 -ind the pnhln. in. i-> cl1 I ep He I 1 m mind' ade ball, have changed their owing to Ihe tact tliut cosliiiucs are 1 so hard to procure. The dance, will be held In-the K. of I'. Hull, Tuesday, October 24th, and tins'.Auxiliary extend au invitation lo all tliijr friends. Tickets arc being sold slid the ladies hope to give their quests a Kc'cl' "'is open. The regular monthly meeting of the Woman's Civic Club will lie held on I'hui-silay afternoon at at the Y. M.C.A. All meinliers should make an effort lo lie present, as this will be the lir.s-l meeting with UK president in the chair. CCSSIUl Llll L.T, l m. ,w in..- ii .u ii >ni> was p'ftiijUciijly pivoted son-.iuliat utail-- nothing miOT.siib's'lnnliiil thiin iijuif 1iy Lord-Iliud- Hinl. butter- anil tea iin.il 'an upple.for !iil I hi'' Ilritish 1 loust ot lunch; arrived in -the city e'arly lodiij'.'j'o' aver his holdings in tliu 'I Queen Mnry has not. been on lh" Soutlicrh'.-'illierta Land Co. In his throne, long enough to estimate ex- j the' llritisli government have trone ong en e actly what it will cost her 'up the two-power standard of lor her wardrobe. .So far she I as cpurt of the navy over that found that she can hardly dress as licet and judging by the oun a se O, for less than program of tin1 German gov- year. Tins probably be curtail- 1 and that, which has been prevent Germany from comlileling 'the lirogram which she hud originally in mind, tjiat of becoming complete mU- also thai France, .would he mixed, up in tlie international imbroglio and apparently-nothing could now prevent the disaster, vbal.would come over Kuronei Asked' us regarding the home ntio'for': Ireland bill that is shortly to be introduced in the House of Commons, his lordship said, "At present I cannot yet express any de- finite opinion as the bill had not yet been drafted and the reports which ,ed, when she has got this department not by the Ilriiisli iVrp is yon have been receiving from Kngland iis to the amount of money that ,the no Nationalist party are not [Hi I I Ml iH'rp IS lUHUllM- J'ui "j as soon as Germany- can j authentic, but I can say that ii the command a snflicieiii licet lo compete bill is similar to either of the i with-that'of Knglanil she will open which were .introduced by Mr. Glail- ''liostiTitic.s with P.rilaiii and liumili-j the Lords will unmercifully Te- ll Alvin .Hipley Kas'af home formally yesterday afternoon, for the first Limn tliis season, and a large number called during the receiving lionrs. This drawing rooms were perfumed with quantities of sweet peas. Mrs. "liipley" wore a modish sown of red broadcloth. into 'working order. .Qtlecn Alexandra used to find 'lisss'lliau necessary for similar purpose. j hostilities with Britain and _ )t Few Itoyal ladies spend more in' .ltp Asked as loljcct it. They did once before.1 dress-than does Queen which be considered that I Asked as to his opinion on the rc- Holland. She spends far above would adopt, he slated that! cent Canadian election he evprcsscd i I J- (In-. 'I'l'inorp tW1- 000 a year in fashion. oan. _ 000 year in I eonsidered they would bring their I the opinion that the No Huropean dresses more ltccl the north sea and Ihere.dis- the Uthohc th.ireh which simplv on ordinary occasions tllcir olltsidc ,hc Brit- had caused. .indignation o[ .Rus6.a] 5et she and starve the country to the part of the I'rotestants m the I IIP Inrecst dress allowance of The admiraltv has lost east had lieeh largely instrumental .in has the largest ilrcss allowance ,nny queen on the continent. She can don very superb gowns, when occasion i demands. suprcmp. court, and now nothing .would 'crnl party. German -Einjirc'ss" 'of annually I c? idow of Sit Ilci ddcnsi oi 1 vcl now duun, tin mu Inn -ind In i dnut.lili.r tic bpuidm, some time in The ntiptials.ot Miss lanthc Living- I'lidic and Vr hints Siwell guests Monday afternoon, Mrs. Vi. OIKS ill lie tthhliUd it IMIOV o[ (ijC Arlington, hotel, clnrch Hi s itnmt it nine o clock i A. of 6un'alo, lo Mrs'.'w.. K., Miiruliy' jsuir ed 'in a brown cloth suit and black I onUiliined at'! heaver hat, elaborated with mink, pirtv Mrs. A. R. Ivcs, in handsome black satin with white trimmings and large hat- of the same colors, anil GRAJN MArlKETS Winnipeg, Oct. opened n? 7-S, closed 9S; Nov. opened 1-4, closed 07 1-2; Dec. opened 95, closer! mine IUIL- in ..m, fold) opt-ned 100, closed Miss Adeline Henderson, in a ,.j. ijj white, lingerie dress, were' the tea closed 00 7-S; Oats, Oct. opened room assistants. closed 41! 1-4; Dec. opened oil 1-fi, closed oft; MaV opened-42" 1-4, closed Perhaps the-most remarkable 1-S: Flax, Oct. -opened 223 1-2. concerning Mr. John H, F. closed 22S: Nov. opened 220, closed H. A., who is to paint, the Westmiu- ,u, .let Abbey coronation picture, is cash Nor: thai when worki.g, he vrnctical.lv J gV' G Nor 77 1 2; FMd 7U starves-himself. Like the poet; Slid- Jja'tSi.; ,15. 3. c'.w. 40 3-4: i Icy, Mr. Hacon can live on a vcrv 3.4. Feert 3I) 3.4; 3 spare diet. When ho was painting 3T; RejeccMl, 55, Feed, 50; I W'l ABOUTSTRIKE 'Vancouver, Oct. ll.-C.-P. ll, general. manascr-of .Coal Mines at Hillcresl, Alia.; toilaj' wired Prc-, Borilcn thai, he has. just been Uirnugh Crow's Nest and .conditions arc appallh'S- He has asked the Premier- to arrange some 'sort pi sclmmc tliat tho miners should go hack to work and 'the trouble slionlil be adjusted later. Hill blames Lab- Flax 1 N.W. 223. American Markets oiiened 108, Clos- ed 10S 7-S; May opened 112 5-8, clos- i us. opened 97 7-8, closed ,-i-i; Jlny opeii'M 104, elosutMOl; .Inly opened 9fl 1-4, closed BIRDS! -BIRDS! Another Canary Bird's Sale _ .95 S Store by Standard Bird Co. SPECIAL 'OFFER FOR .A FEW DAYS ONLY German _ .Mountain Young Canary.- Warbler.. S Special A'NDRE'A'BBUBO SOLLER cANARiES-'n-ained singers, eg prices each, from J3.00 (o FEMALE Fine imported breed birds, nt J J PARROTS FANCY' P.IIUBS. and hear (him birds purchased In this sale, that do not prove to your liking, may bo returned within H to and will be This salc'lu for a limited time only, HIGINBOTHAM'S DRUG STORE. ALDERMAN COMMITTED FOR TRIAL FOR BIGAMY Vancouver, Oct. W. .1. Gavanaeb was today committed for trial the prosecution be ins made by relatives of a woman in Kmerson, Man., who olnims to be his j wife. Cavanagh way married a tow j y-sars ago to Miss Lillian Campbell nt' San Diego, Cal., who Is now livins with him and his children. McNAMARAS IN COURT Los Gal.; Oct. 10 o'clock both and his brother Centered the court room with Clarence Darrov, their chief counsel. smiling and shook hands with many attorneys at the bar. The prisoners were without handcuffs aa they entered the court- room. The brothers were handcuffed when, they loft the jai! and during the walk across the street, the court and Into tlie hall of records, cores of pho- or agitators from Indianapolis. says that even if the mines now re- sume it will he impossible to supply the demand. !________ j.je tographers took snapshots, .hut few gathered to see the men. They were accompanied by Jailer Geo. Galllfiher and assistant, and were fol- lowed by seven dnputy sheriffs.