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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1917, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE Sit Tllli LRT11BRJPC.E IIKIUU) FHIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1917 Returned Soldier Speaks lo Good Report (irwni Our On-a Birons. OcL, S 10 1 p m. tm Friday'the pupils and teachers ol Ihe school' essenibled lu the Meih- cdist Thurch and' vrlih great pleasure to a lecture on the present war. delivered by Mr. Freoc'un. l returned soldier. Mr. Freeman has boca ID tho serrlco since and has epent two years' and two months In the trenches" since 1SH. He spoko ot some ol his personal eiperljucca (5 well is eiplalning brlclly what we ore flghllnj for, German Kullur nnd the winning the war. H was t Ufson ol patriotism laufhi to Ilia children and each one savr mote clearly that he or sho had ns jrent part to play at the present time as the men In the trenches. Mr. and Mrs. J. Dlackwood anil children and Mr. RsrticS uiolorod lo Calgary on Friday mornln; anil spent the -week-end and Thanksgiving In the city. Mr. nmckwood and Mr. Hoilck returned to llarons In the car on Tuesday JHomJng, (Irs. Ulzck- and children remaining in C'al- and Mrs. Gow, Misses MacKav, Sne'GTore aud Season motored lo Calgary on Salunlay morning Mr. and lira Gow spent the week end ThankssiTing In Calgary, return- ing home again on Towday. Tbe re- mainder o[ ihe parly retorned home eh Saturday night. At the usual hour' in the Meliioalst "ennrch on Sunday evening a large congregation listened with great pleasure to a sermon on missions, de- livered by the Rev. Plte. Mrs. Copper entertained a number cf young people on Friday evenlns tl n card parly. large'number ot Barons people mltendcl the concert held In Carraan- ay "on Monday' by dance, siren by Uie Vulcan orches- Join the Whole-Wheat Club for food conservation whole wheat foods for meat. More real body-building nutriment for less money. Shredded Wheat Biscuit is 100 per cent, whole wheat in a diges- tible form. Nothing wasted, nothing thrown away. Deli- ciously nourishing for any meal with milk or cream and sliced peaches, bananas or other fruits. Six Cars Sent Curs of S. E. T. Organized Our Own Cuirtspoadenl) CoalJale. Oct. II. Mr. Degnan, agricultural engineer, engaged lu ex- perimental wort (or the p. 1'. U. in this district, bavins concluded his Made Canada. GUILTK BY on this circuit lapl, Uo dccsscj apureclallvc "'c9oEreF.alloiu at.Chlu, Twelve Jlllo toil. "Ooaldila, en the. subject of "Missions." Ur. Hirers and Mr. VVestcoU ot Letti- will Bpesk on th.a fame. sup. Jucl nest Sunday, when ilie annual missionary contribution wlli b'e nuUe. Mr. Chas, Urovn who has been conducting tho "Farmera Store" hero for the past iilno months Is closing out his business and amoving else- where. We are sorry to lose Mr. Urovvu from uur towu. Rev. J. M, Fawceu occupied lha pulpit of Ins Methodist church lu Talier on Sunday. Breaking on the subject of "missions." Mrs. G. A. Fawcett and dauilller work (or this season, accompanied J( of Cllglrv iveut tae by Mrs. Deguau and children, has 1 left to spend the winter near Coults. A number trorn here allonded the dance at Turin last Friday night, also the Benefit Danre and Box Social at Crystal Lake on Monday night. A good time Is recoiled from both places. Mra. McLcod of Leibbrldge. a for- anil holiday at the parsonage, visiting her son, Rev. J. M. NEW DAYTON mer teacher In tho school here. companled by Uer daughter spent the holiday with Miss McCorrulck. I From Our Own Correspondent! New Dayton, Ocl. aiid Mrs. Ceo. lllliuu- noil tirully. llr. nud Mrs. Dave Drake nud Mr. and Mrs. Uolvolt Mary, (spcnl Sunday wllh llr. and Mrs. O. P. Gust Kaupu and family. Va- Mr- J. Cowev spent the ert-end Is TIio dance ivbich was lo be held on Friday evening was postponed un- til a' later date. Mr. S. Wlthipw spent the we tend in Lelhbrlilsc. -Mr. MacCurrey of the Union Bank was-the. guest ol Sir. and Mrs. K. Miss "Wei-burn, Best., was appointed as stenographer In the .Union Dank bore. Mrs." Bowers ia building a new r ience. The following Is the report of tie Barons Consolidated school for Ihe month ending SepL 30: In gra VlIL-, IX., X.: Pupils In attendance 19; ihlghcst record, of work Frances Frey, grade IX.; second James Tcnng.- grade-.'-VIII.: third I Carl grant, grade Vlll.; 0. Grant. In grides .V.; VI., onil VIT.; Pnpils In sttsndance. Hlzbcsl fee ord for month's" work In grave V.; V Lcntsman; second, Harris., grade VI.: third, H- Lentsman, grade- VIL Teacher, Miss MacKar. H., III., IV. Pupils In at tendance! Highest "record for'monlh'i irork in grade F. Jlartln; In grade M. Hadson; "In "grade IV., V Korby. Teacher, Snelgrove. Montreal. Ocl. peculiar IncI dent occurred at SKfretsburg. -Quo. on Midas', when a French Canadian Jury, by mistake, found George Denja- uln guilty of the murder of Joseph 'ellorln. a H-year-oId boy, when they Intended to convict him ot man- laughter.- It was not till Judge.llnckett had enleuced Benjamin to be hanged on STOV. 30' lhat It dawned on the Jurymen hat tfiey had made a terrible mis- ake. One of the furors Informed (he judge .hat they had not known Lhat the pris- oner oould he hanged for manslaugh- er. The judge pointed out that the verldct was "homicide coupable" [French for Then It was made clear to the court thai the jury had overlooked' adding the qualifying word which would have carried the" conviction as one of man- slaughter, not murder. However, It was then too late to rectify Ibe mat- ter, so the whole 12 men "of the jury drew up a statement to be forwarded to, Uie minister of justice at. Ottawa praying lo have Lbolr verdict changed Lo manslaughter and to have Benjamin i reseutenced. i 1 Mrs. Gonimack and family spent the week-end lu l.clhbrldge. Mr. H. J. Baldry was a Thanksgiv- ing visitor In Calgary. U. A. Susgllt, wife and family mot- orcJ lo Cowley on Saturday nnd re- turned ou Tuesday. While there they were the guests of Mrs. Suggltfs mother. Mrs. Union. Dert Itclghes held an auction sale of Ms farm stock pnA Implements ra Wednesday o[ this .weeS. Oil Salurday four cars of sheep were shipped from, here and on ncsday two cars. On Wednesday (iitecn cars of qattle wero chipped from here by the C. P. H. ilr. and Mrs. Etlloff and fanilly are sneudtng this yeek visiting rela- tives In East Koolenay. A holiday and hunllng trip arc Included In ILc visit. Sunday. Oct. 7th, at Coaldali! to Mr. and Mrs. Steve Vaselenak, a son. Everyone Is enjoytcg (he delightful days supplied by Ihe weatherman. Farmers are using all the available power to prepare, for next year's crop. The boys of the 'teen age around Coaldale have organised a class along the lines of the C. S. E. T! The officers are as follows: President, llaymond vice-president, Ar- chie MUcbell; secretary, Jim Potter; treasurer. Edward Owens; mentor, CARMAXGAY liev.. J. M- Fawcett. The program for Lhe wliiter monlhs has been laid oul and should prove profitable to all Rev. Mr. Hedging of the United lurch, Lelhbrldge, was lite preacher On CONSERVATIVE CANDIDATE St. llcl.ean, O.C, New BrqnswlcK roll iiry commflnd, who represenlsd Queens-Suorjary In 'the 'late federal la mentioned aa likely to be ConserratlTe candidate for (be 'new ol Rojal, (Queers and In Ibe, next election. Ii You Hold A 4th Class Engineer Certificate is issued- by tie Depart- ment of Mirine or ili are i British' Subject yoa ire eligible for one o( the. viicincic! as Engine Room .Artificer, in the newly cotncnisjioned ships .of the Canadian Naval Patirgl It is effective wiy to place yoUr qiltlificitions at the service of your country _ during the Wi'r, while the is good, from J1.85TO fe. 50 PER DAY with free food, iodf d kit, (y to depeadentt. TWn ire ftobnt 11.20 PRA DAY p4M Naval Recruiting Offln. Naval eWnrlce, Ottawa, i Dcfvimcni of the week ILa nn'jal of tho District Court .wtre Honor Ja.cfcEon Dnlj- on" the docket, Walker aBilnst .Chinese rejlaurant keeper pt Carmangar, ior'.a balance whlcli-Mr." Walker allegert .w-as "owing lo him. In respect p! tne building oc- Leong Sing." Leone Sing couuterclahaed for damages, stallnf lhat'.the hnlldlng was badly con- structed. and that he bad to have It In pirl reh'ullt. :Tha result vrss that T7B3'bHoWed.Q mnch smaller ambuht.lhan'he "claimed, and Lepcg "Sing was "allowed the two ETOOnnl? balancing each, ]n Walter's 'ciie was dismissed -An announcement of the marriage of illlford "JC- Vinhoirii and Mlas nlth wag received by lends fa Carmaiigay Ibis week, e wedding. lb'- take place" In Cal- ary on MK Bowman "received a legram on Tueiday Informing him hit kad been killed utorabblie-; accident at Oklahoma ily, Oklahoma, and he left on tha rst train to a'tteod tho funeral. Scott was allowed Carnages to c extent .because the eneralor '.Bllghlly damagei car wot xnt out. Hodge 'as fallowed'.liZ5.CC for damages In especlol'lhe building.- Hodge was Iso-allowed Lh'e money for the ca the hands of the sheriff. Each rty hat -the costs ot ithi ther. The effect IE that Hodge H oven (285.00 and Bcott: J50.00. Mr. Htusell, of Carmangay, repie- ented Leong Sing and F. A- nd Jlr-S. 3. Dunham, of Lethnrl, epreaented Jacob .Walkerfand 'W, B cott. A recepllon was jtven to.Rev. F 'aylor and ilrs. Taylor on Thors lay erenjnE Bi the borae of and Mrs.' Peacock- A larg lumber o( friends' and many mem bera of Kmmanuel church were pres :nl and.'a very pleaiant social even ng was 'which was brlgh ened by several Tlolln fielecllona b Mr. Tlsne; who wai ably accompan ed. on the piano by Mlas Clarke. Bi 'ore the gathering broke up t preiei atlon o( two oftk piece of morris and a rockln mado to the guests of 'lh evening by Mri. n. A. Mowat, wh fpeablp; on behalf of the congrcg lion of Iho church paid a Irlhute the work of Mr, Taylor during h stay of four rears In Carmangay, an specially acknowledged Mra. Taylor unpaid lerrlcei ii crg-anlat of tho church and her Interest In Ihe work of.the.partib paj-Ucularly among Iho children, fa the name at Ivrnmanuel church .ahe. wished them' bolh scod- byo and Ood speed In their new sphere In Taker. Mr. Taylor replied acknowledging his Appreciation of this token of good will and eiprcn- cd on behalf of hlmscll and Mra. Taylor regret! at leaving to many good (rlend3 In Carmangay, ReT. F, Taylor will leave on Satur- day for hll new parish at Tabor. There will bo no Eervlco In the rcorn- liit In Emmi'nu'el church hui the C7' eulng service wfU be as usual, tier. Mr. Halhiway who 19 to be the new rector here will not arrive until neit week. fc Messlnger nave pnr- chaseit front D. 0. Shouldlce Iho warehouse which Iney now occupy on Grand avonue. They are creeling an atldllloa lo the bullillug. -Mr. nnd Mrs, Tom Skelth and sons and Donald spent Sunday with Dr. McCallum and family. Honert Skcllb while playing about the entrance door ot Ihe school house had the uilslorlune to havo Ihe tip of his Indd linger uiasheJ oft. TUe day being windy tho door slammed and so causht his finger In Iho hinges. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Knapp epent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Conn Mahari. Miss Edith Seiloii Is visiting Mra Candy this week. Kev. Mr., Grldtih has taken charg- er tho New Daylon Presbyterian church. Mr. James Greeno returned home Friday otter spending tba past three weekb In Ihe Stales. 5Ir. nnd Sirs. R. E. spen Saturday and Sunday with their son nt Coaldale. Mr. Oscar Blngston was Ihe gues ol Mr. Harold Talor on Sunday. Miss Jessie Mc-Callum vislled Jie parents over the week-end, Jir. John Forslin hns bought bouse and two lots from Mr. Gorril I New Dayton. Tbe house is now 01 eupled by MrL and Mrs. Berlin. New Dayton's ned Cross worker took In J37.50 last Saturday. Mr. Blakley left Monday for Prlnci Ion to resume his "studies In lhat place. Fermcrs are very busy hauling grain and ploughing ns tho "threshing Is over new. It has been a fine fall to get all kinds ol work'done. A good rain would very welcome In Ihls district.' Several farmers have some winter wheat sown.; KIHDS IN MIA SyJuey, Australia, Oct. toner- an methods were scd for tho first time Ln Australia nff tlie gouerol1 stride ot nen against tha "Amerlcau Taylor which marked iho month of Vug nil .la New Soulh ItuL jere ivas ttila difference, horo ll was one oot by a corporation but by ihe overinnent of Iho slate, bud tho trlko breakers were ueo and of re- used to accept the pay olTercd. lural reeJdcnls Hocked to Sydney by lUDdrcds and the eLluallon .presently lecanio practically ODD ol Iho country igalnst the city. Leaders Q[ the etrlhe wero pros- ecuted by ilie National Government loaded liy the acting premier George W. Fuller. Some ol lUcni aro awatl- ng trial on charges or conspiracy- oUJ Induslrlnl Workera or Iho WorW ivcro arrested and most ot hem were ECIU lo Jail for sU This U the oxlrcmo penalty under Uie UnlHwlul AssoelatJonB Act lately passed by the Federal rarllame HUNS ARE CHILLY Derllu. Oct. COR! dlatrlbu authorities sonio days ago, when !bo wee (her was sunuy and irarni, de creed that before October 15, no llres should lighted udywhcrO In priv- ate or public or eTen in covfrnjiicul On Salunlay the beean to Krpw'eiceedlnBly chilly and has continued EO ever a luce. Men havo bcon coinpeUed lo bring out their .n-Jnter ovcrcoals rind nouiei) aro dec- oratlDE themselves with fun. Kali aild i to tho general d lac om fort. The suburb of Scbauburff Lhe coal authorities to vllhdraw the order, but ao far Ihls his not bwu done. Tho weather are cer- tain that lun will soon shine ataln 04 LrJglitly ns the seaion CLOTHES There's a "snap to them, that yqu'll find quite to your liking. Serves You Right! This can truly be said of Society Brand or Fit Reform Suits or Overcoats In these clothes you will fiiifl right service in style, fabrics aiirt workmanship. Yon .CUM suit your purse, per- son and personality in these bet- ter dollies. Fit Reform and Society Brand to Special value in Men's Suits at OVERCOATS ULSTERS. 'OHM McKELVIE McGUIRE, LETHBRIDGE Opening of Agricultural School at I lovacnnlm The Provincial Agricultural School, Clares- holm, will RE-OPEN on TUESDAY, OCT. 30, 1917 Courjtl arc offered In Practical Agriculture and Houichold Science, No entrance examination required. Tne course Ii absolutely free. Tht Minimum aga for adirilftcion for boyi It fifteen and for glrll 'Prospective ttudtnti thould apply at once. FOR CALENDAR AND FURTHER PARTICULARS COMMUNI- CATE WITH i HONORABLE DTJNOAX f ft Vi.l Minister of Agriculture, Eilmontoft OR W. J. STEPHEN, B.A., fHINCIPAL SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE, CLARESHOLM, la plalo greya, browns aud fancy with raglan or plain shoulders. Prices S1S.OO to 930.00 Heavy Tweed Ulster Style Storin'; Coats Thoroughly i-aln and wind proof. Prices to .Storm Gouts In heavy melton cloths, 'asljachan lined nnd rubber Interlined, Persian or Belgian OLtcr cojlur. Prices to MACJiiNAWCOATS Plain and lancy cherts. Trices !ji8.50 to Uiderwear and Sweater Coats Do Your Buyng NOW. A warning-word about all wool garments. Wool market has ward tendency. Western wool -at-; 70o. A word to (lie wise is siii'--. ficicnt." When raw wool goes up the manufactured article is liouiul lo go up accordingly. We prepar- ed for this emergency months ago by stocking our many well! known lirauds in large quantities, and at such prices flint cnahle us to offer you today 'values lliitt would have been impossfblc oth- erwise. Sec Our Complete Slocks, of Dr. Jaegers, Stanfields, Watsons and True Knit Brands of Underwear. All ilzea In stock. Combinations tip to 2-picee UixIcrweRr 75c SWEATER COATS Made up In Ihe latest plain and novelty weaves. Newest slylo collars, Colora brown, fawn, khaki, maroon, alates, greys, etc. Prices up Stock up while the prices are right THE''2" M'S McGuire .THE LARGEST DISTRIBUTORS OF WEAR IN SOUTHERN KIRKKAM BLOCK, LETHBRlOQE ;