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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta fHft LITHMI9QE DAILY HlflALO, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13. IM. ttVIH 1 MQVINC, PICTURES ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE, Pictures 1 Mosctw into SMW 2 Ted and Little Sister 3 Uarafc's Ratitts 4 What a Pipe Did The Famous Traviolas Champion Hoop Rollers R. J. Riley The, Clever Comedian Character A TYPICAL SPEECH Lost Her Poodle In the Kent Messenger ot a recent date there is a report of a speech made by Hon. W. L: H. Roberts, as- sailing the Lloyd-George budget. Though Mr. Roberts is not a promin- ent man 'his speech is interesting as that ot.-a country gentleman among his neighbors, free from the restraint which would be imposed by the con- ditions of Parliament or of a great District News COALDALE. Coaldale, Oct. West Coast Grain Co. have completed their ele- vator and are how handling grain. elevator is equipped throughout with modern machinery. They have j also put -in a grain crusher. Farmers i will now be able to do away with I loading their own cars. C. Sales, our local operator and Nelson's sale and livery barn. freight agent, has been relieved byj public, meeting. The reporter "says! Mr. Auger, formerly night operator; that he let himself go rather .wildly at Taber. ,.HI and adopted a free and easy style. Reading the report we may conceive of what is being said by Tory squires capitalists, brewers, in the family circle, or in private gatherings, where the terrible radical and socialist bud- get is under discussion. We may un- derstand what Walter Baghote meant when he said that the most .typical English criticism was "never, heard of such a thing ufmy life." Here are a few extracts: The district will feel loss of Mr. Sales; as his proficiency won for him thci admiration and good will of all who had dealings with him. Mr. and Mrs. Emde, of South Da- STIRLING NOTES Stirling, Oct. year the I Massey-Harris agency at Stirling} sold only two binders, but this year eleven were sold. This is an index of the increased grain acreage. A government bridge gang are working at a new bridge near Stir- ling. In the near future a monthly auc- tion sale will be started at Nels Anv i farmers or others having stock to dispose of should notify the auction- i cer at the office of Wm. Ffsher, Stir- Lilt. ling. Full particulars will, be given in posters and handbills later. This will be a new venture for this dis- trict. At the new townsite four gangs, in- kota, are visiting their son, W. J. Emde. Mrs. Sindblad returned from her visit to Sweden.- Threshing here is finished and fall plowing is in full swing. The Ladies' Aid will meet with gether about forty men. are employed J This budget was called a Socialist Mrs. Geo. Heighes on Wednesday new townsite. All are busy.! budget, but in any community, indus-j ternoon- Thc committee on he hotel building is making good! cluding excavators, cement workers, carpenters and bricklayers, are busy.] The well-drilling outfit had drilled one well and a pump was placed in position. Another well was 'then started behind the new hotel. Alto- try, or works there m'ust be a "boss; and it was useless for Socialists to think that they were going to get rid of the boss. "If we.started added Mr. Roberts, "I would good care I was the boss, for I'm if I'd be bossed over by some of the fel- lows who come about here talking Socialism. Socialism is put before HEFLDCKX New York, Oct. Gerald- ine Farrar, of the Metropolitan Op- f where, by the way, j Woodhouse, 4 miles south budget was not economically sound I her Mr. and Mrs. Boyle, jtnere are four elevators, as many as! mto a new building here, which will and said he would support an old-age! wel1 known in the Pass, intend mov-lthere are in Claresholm. There is no, doubtless bring a considerable in- pension at an earlier age, to which! fn? with the remainder of the fam-l town therc' so far' but a t0wnsite is, to his business. The store is the men themselves contributed. Hej il-v- Their mariv friends will greatlv lo be surveved' probably on the east' well built and well lighted and when miss them, but wish the sidc of tne track. j the new goods arrive the stock will of luck and prosperity. i fal1 races on Friday should be' present, a very good appearance. He jjisj Mr. Shera, of the Union Bank, has' AmonS the horses expected to intends increasing his present stock did not believe that a man who had. I never done an honest day's work in j his life should come and pick a story of intrigue that adds some features. There are. some touches of pleasing dy. Upon these the public fast- eagerly and made the most of "The White made her volcc: bow to an audience in New docs any He mentioned Daly's Theatre after an absence out of huridred of the transferred here from Frank. sonic time. Her play is by the late! had "a----- Mr- Spark's fine new residence is in F. Marion Crawford and Mr. Walter jslSht narder than was supposed in j the hands of the painters. The fam- Hackett, and it was produced bv i IookinS after their property, but the j ily -expect shortly to be able to move j returned from his home in JlcLeod' comPyte arL'- Trish Lad, Little Buck, of gents' furnishings in order to put where he has been on a vacation. Mr' i G-eqrge.of the same bank, has been I barrc' Pifil Admiral Togo, Wilkes-j.it- into first class shape, and he will Actress' Ranch King, i also carry a good line of hardware, it now going directly east instead of lying over in Medicine-Hat. Mrs. G-. L. Lawson returned to Coleridge a few days ago from extended visit to Vancouver and Vic- toria. Mrs. Lawson and the chil- dren are looking very well and our genial locomotive foreman is wear- ing "the smile that won't come off." REPRIMAND FOR COMMISSIONER Mr. Harris Will Be Taken From Ja- pan to Another Office Ottawa, Out. Oct. a result of his indiscretion A. Harris, Cana- dian Trade Commissioner' to Japan, has been reprimanded by the Min- ister of Trade and Commerce and will be transferred to another posi- tion in the service. Messrs. Liebler Co. i natural result of allowing an estate T. to go to the was that it had It is, to say trie least, a gloomy_! tQ be play. An-Italian-girl is betrothed in an officer who goes to Africa on a government mission. He is reported After the third act the princi- j dead and she enters a convent. He- were called out several times, I appears alive, but she is unwilling to I The Rev. Bott, Church of England j minister from the Pincher Creek dis-! in seeing that so j trict, has been visiting the Pass for much money had to be raised, what; a few davs. applause was especially bestowed Miss Allen. She mutely bowed her appreciation. renounce her faith and marry him, feeling she will be branded as, a rene- gade'nun and thus shatter his career, i method the speaker would suggest in- I stead of the proposals to which he i had taken exception. TO CONTINUE POLICY Ottawa. Ont., Oct. of Mr. Roberts said that he protested! committees estimates, .foreign against money being raised by people work, dealing with work among DAILY HERALD PATTERNS jwho knew nothing about what they dians in Canada, and home work jwere doing. He did not object to were discussed at a meeting of the j the income tax or the super-tax, but j Methodist Mission Board to those proposals which were design- j yesterday. The policy of dividing led to.raise money from the .rich, and 3061 t 'LADIES' TUCKED SHIRTWAIST Paris Pattern No. 3061 fr All Seams Allowed i This dainty model, suitable for silk, mi-ssaline, dotted Swiss, "batiste and nainsook, is tucked in clusters below, a-prettily shaped yoke, winch may--be of .the material, or all- embroidery. The back is also tucked in clusters on each side of the closing. 1-eeam sleeve is cut in'a point -over the and is tucked to cor- respond with the waist. The neck may b? finished either with or with- otiii tire 't'Sf'1 collar. pctttern iS in 6 to 42 inches, bust mea- sure. For 36-inch bust the waist will ivquire 3 5-S yards of material 20 inches wide. 3 yards 24 inches wide, .j-3 yardfr 27 inches wide, 2 yards. inches wide, or .1 3-4 yards 42 in- olies with 4 3-4 yards of 'inser- of pattern, 10 cents. which really would seriously affect ithe medium man. He added: "I know a-------sight more about finance than Lloyd-George ever began to think of. iThe consequence is these proposals al- most, make my blood boil with rage." We ought to add that Mr. Crispin to have had a fair.show for his interruptions, although Llie mectin was against him, only five voting a 'ainst the resolution condemning 'h- budget as unconstitutional and i lutionarv. annuar increase between home and foreign missions was reported and is to be continued. WISCONSIN BANK CLOSES x Washington, Oct. are i expected to follow the closing of-the 1 First National Bank of Mineral Plain Unofficial advices allege forg- eries approximating John W. Schofield has been appointed to take charge of the bank's affairs. Laundry Agency. Call parcels may be left at the "Owl Lunch at corner of Redpath and Round Sts. for the Lethbridge Laundry Co. Your laundry will be returned to the cir so you can for it at any time. Lethbridge Laundry Co. 256-0 ;