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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta TITR LETHBRTDGJE DAILY ITERATE More Bread And Better For Money At The [ONE THOUSAND ON j: THE WAITING LIST [.Conservative Member for Ottawa Tells of the Rush for Jobs Oltinvn, Oct breiui line, after Jiftccn >vars of liun- is cliiitiuriiig nit'st insihU'tniv un a sptTilv apprascnu'nl I'rum tlic imv government. Tin1 ministers1 nuiil is lir.ivy willi h-Hcrs of t'oiHtnuuluiiims. i wiih petitions, vutivc 'iil'ors-fltTt- JUKI ilL'l'eatoil (.'imscrva- cuf.didau's u-itli liip [KitivmifU- of their ridings at thi-ir IKIVC ;-evt'ru! hiimlu'il ap- tor iruvenimi-ni favors ol i .uric amUher, ami tin- ohiff: uf liie niinisk'r.s for some time' to cinm> he in answering The situation regard u> deiiciitd an juiis is, of am-n- 'j (Kited in i In- case of ilu- local ninn- >...OI ht-rs. ia ilic civil st-mtv scrrns to In- the troal nf .about tun- out of evi-ry ten Conservative VOUTS in Ottawa. Messrs. Fnpp and t, lu- bnl. i he lot-al M- I'.'s Itave aln-adr on (He accord i lip io tlieir own slate- r Pound, nu-nts, fully one thousand lions froiu hunters. j Saturday, October 14. 1911. Just one dash of is the whole secret. Imported A bsolately! MARKETS LIVERPOOL CATTLE Oct. TWO ARRESTED A1 LACOMBE ON FRIDAY Lncombe; Oct. uxploslon is still causing excitement which wus vires should use. Your dealer sells it on i monty-bick ROBIN HOOD FLOUR Made in Meose Jaw. C1I UKCH SERVICES Church of Jesus Christ of-Latter Day lection of Mr, Charlton Norfolk County Toronto. Oct. A putuiun has hceii filed ogaingt A. Charlton. Liberal mcinbor, for Norfolk to the j Levitt, pastor. Sunday services 11 of Commons. Alexander 7.30 p.m. Adult Bible class 12.15 Call, deteatod Conservative candidate, Sunday School with special rally daj is Lhe petitioner, and he charges, cor-'services a p.m. A good attendance motion of voting. .Mr. Charlton was (expected and all are invited guilty of treating, imperson-1 will preach at both services. Grain f-'-ting. Intimidation and various other! Wesiey Church-Rev. T. P.. Porry. Saints Sunday School 10.30 a.m. at Knights of Pythias Hall. Fifth St. First Baptist Church Hev. W. Pastor and 7.30 p. m. Sunday School at 3 m. Prqyor meeting Wednesday even- ins at S p. in. St. Augustin's Church of England- Corner 8th. St. and 2nd Avenue. J-Joly Communion at 8 a.m. Matins 11 a.m. Choral Euohurlst (Jst Sunday) 11 a.m! Sunday school 3 p.m. Evensong 7.30 p.m. Wednesday evening service at eight o'clock. Hev. J. B.- Murrcll- Wright, rectory 312 stli St. soutn. Bakery Than at any other Bakery in the City Phone opened cliispd lOOJ Oats, opL-ncd ill, ciijsi'd I.KT. opcnt-fl closed 39 Slay opened -12J, c-lus- i-ii -12 Flux, (let., elosed 32-1 N'ov. niakt b'eici'l.ioris. Already nearly; ci s ,.i 0-11 IlioitsaiHl have us.] CAKl! ive are willinc; tu do our most. UT cannot lind positions for j everyone a's quickly as they desire. 'hev musl have patience. take tin' sovernnier.1- buildings! x'0' (anil t'.irn them inside out to ma'-tc I i, I Nor. Xo. 3 N'or. -1 Nor May 113f, closed 113.; Teed 70, Oats No. 2 White 42i -i White 11 No. 3 Feed 38 Har No. I (it) r. Rcjecteil 51) Feeil 50 WILL LOOK AFTER PRACTICE Ur. Galhraith 'has 5one so.nth on a -No. 3 Nor. week's vacation, and during his afo- sence his practice will be looked af- ter by Ur. Shillington. i mini: for iitir hat everyone who 1ms been found n partisan, and who has taken an active part Chabot and myself, tlieir cases will dealt Kith. The whole of Canada, as well :1s Ottawa, is Cn-, ,_ titled Io consideration. Ottawa does 9aj noi the parliament huildinsrs. As utcaneie.s -occur we will .see that those have heen faithful to usr nLher tiiiniw being equal, get the po- sitions. Flax N'o. .-VMKKICA-N Minhea polis Dee. opened 100, closet IDfi May opened closed I13{ njicned !I3 closed SIS; opened 105, elosed Juh WINNIPEG LIVE STOCK MARKET (Weekly letter In- Rice Receipts for Frev. weel Cattle'............ 14-13 IN'NORTH .WARD D. J. Hay have cbn'lrncted u-ith'. Hotson to a theatre in the Ncrth AnnoitnrQnietu '.vill he later. LILLAGE MASTER NO LQMSER i TEACHES HIS LITTLE SCHOOL Oct. Ica-hers the Protestant "jiriniary 'sthoois" of the province'of r'iUeiiec, seem likely to lieconic extinct. This alarming con- ililiiou is iimlicafcil in a report -sliow- ing (hat on! of a total attendance of .InO in college model class for; teachers only th.rec are. men. The situation-has heen growing wo'rse each year miii! now, .wji'cn tile-pass- ing of tip male teacher is at' hand unless greater inducements are offer- ed. to attract men to tiie tca'ching profession. "In order to irito the civil spr- M '.lives 243 is necessary to pass an exam-1 Hogs 'SOI Sfla inatirm, and Hon. R. 1.. Hortlun hiui-iSiieep 722 self toulil not pill man Ihere unless! While Hie receipts of cattle this i In- passed the examination." [week v.-ith last !t de- j Fortunately For the irobd of the' crease, there lias been more sale countty, none of the applications oiving to !he fact that last lie pitchforked into positions. The a large nnmliQr went through Civil service commission is absolutely I direct for export. The majority of insistent that Ihe letter of the Ian-i tni> cattle this week run to the medi- he obeyed, and all candidates for and common grades, hut very feu' silioas in service will have (choice cattle being arnuns the re- jtn scbmit to flic qualifying compcti- i ceipis. Since Monday the trade has as visual. of th-3 Metropolitan Insurance A large cement and steel rink will rbe built Brantford. live e.vnmination, s held every Sunday at :i p.m. at 512 h ADJOURNED THE STRIKE CONFERENCE President Powell of the Unit- ed Mine Workers, went west on the local this afternoon and the conference with the oper- ators is off for a few days. It Is stilted that the conference will be renewed in the Pass some place during next wisek. Follow and in the eivjiiim will on Oct. I the well known solo from Mem _._ Bonn's "Lord Uod of Abra- ham." Tho choir will also sing at both services. St. Cyprian's of Eleventh St. S. P B. Ryan, evangelist for Alberta, w inch. Subject, "What does it mean be a WANTED B active, to se .sunoay ac ots in the new 10 .Morning Prayer 11 a.m. Evensong 7.30 p.m Sunday School and Adult Bible Class 3 Holy Communion 1st and 3rd Sundays at S.30, and 4th Sundays at 11 o'clock. Rev. Canon .Mc.Millen, rector. Koox Church ister, Rev. A. M. Gordon. Sunday ser- vices, II a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Sunday- School and Bible Class at 8 p.m, West- minster Guild on .Monday evening at p.m. All cordially St. Andrew's 13th St. and 7th Aye. N. Afternoon service S.'.tO p.m. Rev. A..M. Gordon.' Evening -.service at 7.30. Sunday School it 2.30. Everyone heartily --welcome St. Paul's First Lutheran Vt the home of the Rev. C.'Grant, Sixth Av-a. S., Suuday October .15th: Sunday School at MO p m Ueiman services'.ll' ofla.m. and 30 pm cate ebism class 4 "0 p m and Bible studv S a.m. First Church of Christ Services Simdin 11 n m and (30 p Sunday School 12.10 p. m., siib jeet ".Mattt. Wednesday evening. Testimonial meeting at's. o'clock.'The DUKE AT CAPITAL proposition is open to the man ho can get out and get the business, .ddress The Canadian City and own Properties, Ltd., 284 Portage heen itraiiually working lo-.ver and jAve., Winnipeg, Canada, yesterday. an'Uthis morning-all class- es are sellins 'slrong 15' to SS lower, j About fill cars arc .reported to arrive md popular residential district loose Jaw. v The property l-s high safeguard- u by i-Ki'und guarantee. The investment' feature is sound bt- lafM is ,n eler> da> from 3 'o.D-p.-m. All ser Reading Room is open to everyone VALUES TOOTH AT J5.000 "Chicago, pet. was a .liohtingj. AU party. There was a 'quarrel. William aflcrnunn anil we may see a still A- 'Wilcox, 'asrfstam .superintendent decline. Wei would advise sliippers to .nsc cau for a few company, owner of the boat, hit Edgar "itil things get to a more set- P. guest, liclfrich's uppe rigilt incisor was knocked out. He brought sail, yraterday against Wilco.v. aslii-ns damages. Capt. P. .1. Gallagher, old-time mar iner, is dead, at St. Catherines. It is simply impossible for this space-saving IDEAL Folding Bed to close accidentally. If is self-balancing in any position. Worts with springs, no! weighlj, and is so light and per- fectly balanced lhat a child can operate it. All metal yetmin-proof. No parts to work ioose.wcar out or break. Bedding kept in perfect order, always open to air. Canopy permits artistic or closed it it a handsome piece of furniture. Be sure and ask for the [DEAL Folding Bed, and see that it bears out trade mark. Atk for name of dealer nearest you. Write fw Polder No, F14O IDEAL BEDDING jraNTHML-TOftOMTO-WINMirfQ lied basis iV'e as follows, delivered, red and watered i j Choice export steers and j heifers ...................S-KS5 Io S5.IO Fair in irood export steers and heifers 1.50 to 4.75 j Hes! hntcher steers and j heifers -1.75 to 5.00 I Medium1 lititcher steers anil heifers................ 1.25 to .-1.50 OorniiK'n huicher steers and heifers 3.50 to 3.90 jKxport cows 1.00 to -1.25 Hesl hntcher cows 3-.75 to -1.00 j Medium huicher cows ;i.35 to 3.SO I fanners 2.01) to 2.50 I Best hulls................... .1.00 to 3.25 jf'oinn.'Jli hulls 2.50 to 2.75 i stoekcrs and feed- j I'l-i 3.50 to 'l.OO slockers 2.75 to 3.00 Choice milkers and sprini'eis ................-lo.OO to 50.00 t io medium milters and to 35.00 The hOB-tnarkel is gradually work- ins lower and today the best hogs are soiling at S cents. They arc inp, down all the time in Toronlo anil quite a number are coming from there direct to our local packers. Packers here arc lalking lower prices next week The sheep and lamh market shows no improvement. The hest lambs arc j from to anil Hie" hest sheep for around Choice veals tn WOMAN'S vices are held in Royal Bank Block. and everyone IB cordially Invited to at- tend. Church of Christ Sleets In Kennedy's. Hall, 13th Street North Lord's Day at 10.30 a." in. Biblo School. 11 a. m., Breaking of Bread, Wednes- day evening at 8 p.: m., at 630 16th St. N., for Prayer and' Praise. ..Fifth Avanue Boptiit Church, North Rev. C. B. McKinnon, Pas tor, J'.nlilic Worship Sunday, 11 a. m. Ottawa, Oct., special train which conveyed .-1-Tcnitcr Horden and cabinet and high .officials of the capital to Quebec, arrived in Ottawa on the return trip at an early hour tills morning. The cabinet council convened at one o'clock, hut will 'reak up in time for the ministers to ialL piit in the itaption of the Uuko cf Connaiight arrntd it 2 1 i I he ministers w II formalh welcouu the IILU noieinot gencnl at the Ln ion station aflci wind, he es coLieil to ljirliaraont Hill ind at d oclocl mil he prestnted with a CHic uldress m welcomr as is ad dussos fiom i fraternal socie j tits T lit sticets 01 the capit il lnd Parlnment mil i t ga for the Decision Ihonsands of MS itors have aimed in the citv tovut ness tliL welcome Io the Dill t THE GROWTH OF WATERLOO Berlin, pin.', Oct. Commissioner Thomas Halliard of Wa- terloo has completed Ills for that, town, showing a. gratifying in- crease in growth. The population has increased by ISO, making 4800, and the assessment w 'boosted by totalling COWAN'S PERFECTION COCOA Ii rood for Growing Girh B.v.-uid ihcy tU k. k riiei hue, bodn aukct than neihhy and Mn VETERAN MASON DIES IN ONTARIO St Catharines Ont Oct baps the oldest Mason and Independ Oddfellow in Canada passed away here in the person of S. G. b di'ad of pneumonia. He joined and QddfeViows over six! years ago, and tilled the office of. -rand Master of the Independent Odd- fellows. He was S3 years old. fxtr. linr b .bWud by ae of ike