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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, October 13, THE LETHBRTDGE HERALD PageS I RI ITF QTAPF DL.UH. O 1 vJKH, LETHB RIDGE BARGAIN STORE 1 'TIS FAR BETTER When buying your Fall Supplies to buy only where you are sure of getting value for your hard earned dollars. We are giving satisfac- tion. Our growing business proves it, and we are in position to com- pete with the best ami defy competition. We buy direct from (lie best manufacturers, thereby saving our patrons the middleman's profit. Call and inspect our fresh and ciean stock. The Blue Store for suits. ARTICLES YOU NEED Blankets; 1.90 per pair Dark gray, 6 pound weight. Quality right; an un- equalled vftlue. Salmon Floaii 25c. Extracts So da cream .10 ..10 .20 Yeait cakes, 6 for .26 Baking Powder .15 Corn. Flakes, 3 for .'.25, Meii's J B75 Double breasted wool double baclc very durnble. A 'bargain. v SPECIAL FLEECE LIN- ED UNDERWEAR Soft merino, good qual- ity. The thing for bhresheK, splendid val- ue. The Suit 99c. Boots and Shoes, Waists Shirts, Under- skirts, Ladies' Underwear A fine selection Men's Sweaters J2.35 Heavy wool, latest designs and a splendid assort- ment; The correct thing for fall. Gal. Jar Plcklcj .95 Tetley'i Tea, 3 Ib. .90 Coffee, per Ib. .30 Pure Jams, 5lb .65 RuisinB, per pge. .10 dloM Starch '3 for -.25 Special prices for case lot orders SUITS: Our Leadei? Solid heavy worsted, well tailored, in the very newest designs Heavy fancy worsted, very etylmlT CJ chic and neat, worth double 9 Indigo, blue-serge, first quality, 'up- to date, worth double Genuine Scotch Tweed, for Fall wear, latest models, worth double 9 1 1 Sheep Skin Coats Double breasted, corduroy, extra strong.- Itegular price n'pw I7.6Q. Y" SPECIAL MEN'S WINTER CAPS All shapes and all styles very best tweeds and broad cloChs, regular 51.00 and 11.50 75c. Gauntlets, Gloves, Mitts Hose, Caps, Neckwear A large variety O 9 I C- MEN'S OVERCOATS Heavy Tweeds, IVfeltoafl and Beaver finish We have a full range and can suit SHIRTS -Buy your1 fall heavy shirts now. We 'have the right kind and our price ta Good Advice Buy at The Blue and Price Must Count at "THE BLUE With Us and ler Can Jfchc RAYMOND BUDGET Raymond, Oct. couple Kaymond and Magrath citizenai-'iirJli fential men in their communities, ap Broached the Herald corresponden this morning a-nd asked this pape jlo assist In an agitmiou for a 90-da (recursion raw w> the Central an Southern Statei good during the win l.itr months. It seems that in thi inrt of Alberta several farmers to their holdings and win -er in the south, 'but no special rate tan ibe had for that of time these men suggested that an arrange Jnent such a> the C. P. R. carries oil teuch summer might he adopted tc Conditions here so that our resident! fnay visit home during the winter. bre.vel Selman, who was so 'badl} kicked about the face and head by a tiorae lut Monday that his life was Tiir a tlnre despaired of, is now recov B.-ing nicely. The awelling on his Ii.ce had been removed 'by Tuesday >iight so that Dr. Keillor was i Jo set the jaw, which was brokten in three places. The swelling about the has gone down BO Mr. Sgl >i an: caii. see, but he has .to be con- with what nourishment he can tnke through a smalj inserted hjtween his teeth. Thu doctor re- jirta that there will te no facial Trolly and that the face wounds will leave few marks. The patient is able lo sit in a resting position. B. H. P.nrcell, of the Schubert Con- cert to., wan ta Raymond yesterday fcioking ah engagement for the com- of which is manager. A gntr- Bltee of 100 seats was required and were easily secured. The con- will bvt given in Raymond's fine ciera house on Nov. 1.7th. In con- V'lrsalion with the Hernld. represent- C.Ive Mr. Purceil said .that. Raymond had one of the finest opora houses )n the west. "It in worth >25 to come Mown here and Me that spring floor ho'said. The Raymond Conservatory of Mn- has 'definitely announced that it open'' a In Cardaton, the classes to begin a.bout Nov. 1. In- Kiructors in the-so departments are: Jennie Simmons, piano; ''Mrs. Jilance O'-Brien, voice; WriBl O'lirlesi; lleory, violin and orchestra. The Conservatory nous to Cftrditon by in- .vilation of the Cardston music lovers, and is an indication of the place the Conservatory has won for Partition. fStarfc installed new safe In their office at ihe lumber yard. .It .was. purchased..from 'the Canadian Fairbanks Co. of .Calgary This lumber and contracting firm have -begun tits foundation of ah .8 roomed house one and a half-stories'high for Jasi'-F: Tiirnei on the corner of First strewt north and First street west. They, also re- port the -buijding of a gninary a day for more than a week! Editor Berryessa of UK Raymond Leader Is now comfortably settled bachelor quarters, sumptuously fitted up in tlie east end of the Leader build- ing. Here, with piano and cornet, M Borryessa is able to indulge to the full hig love for music. G'snera! Manager Naismith of the A. R. I. system, and Railway Com- missioner McCall, went to Cardaton n a special car attached to Tuesday light's train, returning on -Monday. The officials were on the road looking fter niatters'. relating to 'Uve, pany on the line south of Raymond. In Tuesday's issue of the Herald on tern appeared telling of the lack of lulling machines In the Haymond !latrlctyand.asking; the 'st in securing one or more. This lie paper, through its correspondent, >ae 'been able to do, and next we-eK >ne outfit and .perhaps two will be uirted In and the situation relieved. A little daughter came to .the home if Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zobell on 'hursday morning of this week. A COMMITTEE OF To Act in Interests Of Methodism Between Conferences To'rontb, Oct.- Methodist Ecumenical Conference put in tht'ce ively- and interesting sessions today. The lirst order of business was the reading of the pastoral address that he rcarl in every Methodist church in the world On a certain Sun- day to named. It justified the 'ormalion and continuance of the Methodist church and held that the L-'hurcli must continue to make tts Revolution Spreads (Continued from Front Page.) ed that while the imperial govern- ment regarded the revolution rasing in China as serious, there lias been no intimation in .advices from PcMn, that-- the uprising is n concert- ed moveiueut to supplant the 1'Jmpiro by a republic the legation has been informed ihat tho cubinet has dele- gated the miuislcrs of lliu hoards of war and nuvy lo malic a personal in- vest.Cation of the situation and re- port to the government. Scene of Desolation Hankow, Oct. ing a night ol terror with death stalking through streets anil lurking in every shadow, this city today pre- sented ji scene of desolation. All night long incendiary fires burned Ihroughout native quarters with no effort, made lo stay the leaping flanBS which licked iip everything with which ,they canic in contact. The wanton massacre oi the Manchu fam- lics left scores of dead and to add lo Lhe horros of tlie all prisons were opened and inmates liberated. Many of these are desperate erimiu- ils. The revolutionary army Whitford Is Now A Free Man (Continued from Front Page.) PARENT NOT GOjNG TO HUN Oct. S. N. Far- nt announces that he will not oppose le rffiw postmaster general for eloc- lon In Quebec PROSPERITY KILLED HIM Nlplgo'n, Oct. 12.-TJUnnbIe to stand -thte prosperity which followed -when he put a' ga'so- lino launch on take-Holen to carry paasengerg going lo the T. C. H. railway construction north, Sumuel Machel, air Indian, iHicamn insntve and hanged hliusBlf to a. tree the shores of tlio Inkc where the body was found and cut down by Rev. L. A. ciuiib'iint of St. Marys Anglican church. ;piritiial note distinctive and liiatic. Tile church is urged to fur every movement for the eleva ion of manhood. A warm "discussion arose over th' ropositiuit to appoint a central corri of one hundred member o act in of pan-Mctlio between, ihe "ecumenical con'yr uccs. The motion "was finally aciu it '1 bv an ovcrwhelminp; vote. The Church in the Houschrlu' (he subject of a'deeply' spiritna nil tender discussion. The way in the family altar is neglectcc nncl the fathers take little interest ii the religions training ot their chil drcn was ilcujily regretted. A strong pica was put up' for the religious training of the. children- in the home one minister remarking that there was a splendid example in Cicorgc the Fifth, who maintained his famil nltar himselt. The matter of "Young People's Re- creations" was. the subject ot an ex- cellent nildress by Rev.. L. Hudson, o( New Zealand, who was very liber- al in his views. Me had no qnnrrcl with any wholesome amusement. The sessions of Hie day were cliar- clorlXMl by a drop spirituality anil kindly consideration in the discussion of all the problems that came before the great body. MADE A BIG PROFIT Winnipeg, Oct. Patteraon sold his residence adjoining the Holy Trinity church today, for seventy-five housand dollars. He bought it fif- oen years tor thousand. strongly entrenched in Chang ami Yang, with guns mounted positions. The capture Han Yaug, arsenal leaders declare onfidcnlially that they are in a po- iltion ilo cope with any opposition, icing now provided with ample am- ilc ammunition. Parties of governmental troops ar- ivintr here from 'time to time are ret with promptly by revolutionists rhp endeavor, to', persuade (hem to ain llie movement. If they refuse :iey are allowed, to witiidraw beyond lie limits of -the city. American ionsul General' Rogers S. Greene rossed the Yang River at Uhang oday, accompanied by' the coimnand: r of the "American gunboat Helena, 1C associated press correspondent ild'two" Chinese'interpreters; The party went unarmed and entcr- 1 the gates "of the city after they been opened for a: squad of rebel ittery to pass out. The party in- erviewed Co. Li Rebel eonuuander, ho treated them wuh every cour- iv, and "assured them of their safe- while in .tlie -city. The Consul- eneral gathered1 lip forty-four i'or- ghners, who riot yet left the ty, including American and English- en and. Italian's.and'took them back Hankow. The missionaries wore ccompanicd three hundred of leir. Chinese The., party as unmolested- one tts -way through ir- being escorted' .all the way ack by a squad of rebel troops. Missionaries Safe London, Oct: London Mis- onary society 'today received a cable om Hankow saying, the schools were osed and .the. missionaries were safe. Young Chinese Party London, Oct. movement in lina is that of the young Chinese party and the leader is said lo be Dr. Sun Yat Sen, whose imprison- ment by' the Chinese 'Legation in London sixteen years ago led to a tremendous public outcry. Dr. Sun paid a visit lo England six months ago and then went .to America. The Times' correspondent says the rebels have captured -not only the large government arsenal at Han Yang, but also ihe mint with two million taels in silver bullion. It is expected (hat nt any -moment a sym- pathetic outbreak may be Canlon ami there is also danger of mutiny at Nanking and other large centres. Whltforti says that just as sooi he can he la going lo Ms homcstea down In Saskatchewan and live thor and try to forget as much as possibl tho ferrlble ordeal t.irough which h has Just passed. Continuing his address after luncl Mr. Palmer uUBiupted to show -ovlc ences -that the stories told by the Fh vel women and tho little boy had bet discussed together to make the stor He pointed out that the three men who were the chief witnesse all said -that they did not like Whii ford. He commented on the fact that tin Indian women, having visited tb scene of tlie alleg-ad crime some day: no blood where [ho ftlov was struck, or where the body wai dragged to the river, H'e then dealt with the motive fo: Ihe crime, alleged by the Crown, name ly, that Whitford 'loved .Mrs. Thorn as, and wantyl the husband out o the way. The statements made bj Mrs. Thomas to bear out the motive were due to animosity to Whitford The statements of Hose Flavel and Marie Pavel that they had known Whitford for sixteen and ten years re- spectively were dealt with. He commented on Ihe story and de- meanor of Whitford as that vof honest and an innocent man. if he had been guilty he would not have stayed in LethbrMge the scene ol his crime. Mr. Palmer concluded his address at three o'clock, having spoken for an hour and tliree-iiiiarlers. Address for Crown Mr, Conybeare spoke of the dis- crepancies mentioned by the counsel for the defence, as .foelng such as to make the story believable not being essential. The witnesses were sep- arated for years, the Favels being in Montana, and the Thomases in north- ern Saskatchewan. Counsel' contended, that theife was proof of the death of Victor Thomas, and that the -body from which the skull was taken was that of- Thomas. There was. a certainty that Thomas was dead. Now the question is as to whether George Whitford killed him or not.. As to the animosity of the women to Whitford, counsel bald that their evidence, and that of Whitford, show- ed that they did not. know Mm well and .merely did not care for him one way or the other. A remarkable corroboration in the case., was the fact: that one of the Favels says that Whitford took the coat off Tlionias after he. kil'ied him. This is borne .o.ut.iby the evidence at thelnmiest.i'and Mrs. Thomas swears he had a coat when he left home in the morning. Admitting that the proof of motive of the crime was not strong, counsel where there were witacBses, to the crime, tho question of motive is not important. Mr. Conybeare closed at ten .min- utes to four, having spoken for fifty minutes. The charge given by Chief Justice Harvey ocupied half an.hqtir, and the jury retired at twenty minutes after four. Counsel objected to the charge giv- en -by His Lordship on two points, which were noted. IU More Home Baking, way than the ready made foods DR PRICES Baking Powder of Tartar Powder faae Grapes No Alum Way Develop Iron Mine {Continued 'rom Front Page.) Will Be On a Main Line (Continued from Front Page.) Operators and Miners Now in Conference from front sufficient, stock ot.fuel before thte cold winter iiiontlis to avoid anything in the nature' of a raihine 'in' West- era. Canada tin's winter. The rein-esentatiras of both parties have to give nothing out lo the press till wich time as :i (Icffnllc settlenrent is renchctl, hut both par- tics will not deny that they are much iearer a, settlement at the present time, than at any otn'ar since the strike was inaugurated. CHANGE DATE OF POLLING Ottawa, Oct. account of November first, the date set for the ministerial bye-elections, falling on All Saints Day, the. date for polling St. Anne's division of Montreal, Quelvac county, and. Termbonnc will be postponed. ill about seven milts fro'm Burtnis are five parallel veins exposed Bowing wkHh varying from 6" to 40 ect and these veins HVJ from 50 to iO feet apart. On one of them a innel 'has been driven. 120 feet on strike of the a verti- al depth of from GO to feet At is end of this tunnel a cross-cut was riven a distance of 34 feet to the ng wall, the foot-wall has at by the caters 'but being principally prospect work it would or little value in developing a mine. Gerald Gardner, of Frank, is one of the owners of th'is deposit, ARMSTRONG FOR SPEAKERSHIP Ottawa, Oct. the apeaker- ship of-the Commons the most prob- able choice iti Joseph B. Armstrong, of Kast Lambton. He is now one of .he senior members of the house, and s well Qualified in every w'ay for the position. Moreover, he is entitled to .onio solac-a for the turning down of )is cabinet expectations. grading between Lethbritlge and that point will be done during 1912 The line is already located as Ear cast fas Letlibridge. It is expected the grading outfit rc- fcrred, to iwill reach Maclcod towards the t of this week, and actual grading operations will begin a few days later at a point just south of the old C P R. survey south of Mac- lcod. No woik will he undertaken nn the linn hctnucn Maclcod and Calgar? ibis year. OLDEST METHODIST IN CANADA Welland, Ont., Oct. the oldest Methodist in Canada, Mrs. Eliza Hazen, aged 95, is dead. TABER AFTER SUNDIAL TRADE Taher, Oct. the busi- ness men of Taber a "get-ac- luninled" trip into mo Sundial dis- .rict, 35 miles northwest of town. The rip was for tho-purpose of persou- ly mot-ling the Sundi.i1 farmers in in effort, to Induce tho tradn of listriet into Tnber. Hitherto the trade Ins gone to Lethhmlge, hut the Sim- la! fanners arc unacquainted wiih lie fact that the road to Tnbor is iiuch sborlor and in condition, ml that at (his Is the only croseing river between -efhbridgc and Hat.' ORGED MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE Oct. FrankHn, yoaterdny given thiVe years in ail for forging a marringc certifi- ate to deceive jt young girl. The Westminster Market Our Home Made Sausage Head Cheese, And Meat Pies Are Popular in NORTH LETHBRIDGE. No wonder the demand for them is growing. us sen your are the Choicest The Westminster Market 310 13th StN. Phone 1055 ;