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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 15, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta THE HERALD FOR MAKING SOAR SOFTENING WATER, REMOVING PAS NT, DISINFECTING SINKS. CLOSETS, DRAI NS.ETC. SOLD EVERYWHERE REFUSE SUBSTITUTES ANXIOUS TIME HOW Mrs. Roosevelt heard Gaynor Makes Comparison Oct. Theodore Hoosevelt was attending a jmiisleu! comedy "at" Broudway theatre last. nirlit U tlic time tlie attempt 'wits be- ing, mack on hor-husband's life in Mil- waukee "the news was'broken to her his mother, and to from .Milwaukee1. U. H. SenatorilJixoh, of -Montana, Ttoosovolt's campaign manager; Win. HotchlilHS, chairnuiirot Stale eommitlctt of the parly; Tim- othy L. 'Krsuilc A. Mun Bey, others who gathered at the (jiuirtors.during thy 'night, Gaynor's Comment Mayor 0 ay nor, whon- leaving the banquet which, as chief c-xcculive of i the (Mty, ho had tendered to the Pros- idonL -anil naval officers last night, Irnii this lo say on the attempt of the Hfe of Colonel Hoosovell: "There arc too many in this country.' .They have-as- 'ssGStnsted more .people- in this country in five xear.B 'have in five. hundred years in England. 1 express my sincere regret." At. Progressive licailiiuartcrs.. Geo. W. Perkins ''Our last messages 'lo Hit1' Colonel ones nrging him to give ins MILADI EDITED BY "INQ" F'HONF-S: Office, 1224 Not rftcc-ivlns Owing 'Mini'. I'. (Ivay being taken ill, ilit! reception she Hiiil Alrt'. C. .1, he itlam- Imd announe. ed for tomorrow afternoon, been cancelled. tin iiiK .Mission ycKU'i'tlay iii'ieruoon when routine Iht! follrwiiiK recori siihiniUeri: Report of (Hslric-.t nnd rolii'i' work POLL CLOSES ON WEDNESDAY MISS ECKSTORM WAS IN LEAD THIS I FINISH EXPECTED j Ur. lean's ilie end uf weelt tor Retina, where lie will lisa in future. ihu Number of Professional Kric-ndly lion.......... Mrs. .Mordcu, Kuewatlu, and Mrs. Milt-hell. lU'glna, ;ire whli their mother, Mrs. 0. Doliimiy. Sirs. cf Brighton, Out., has arrived in the city lo spend the win- ter with her daughter, Mrs. I Hcnrs snoui- al school........ "0 The following donations have been i received: i Koim. Hatch and Canned Kaake. J. D. Higin- i hothani. and Muriel His- mbotham atul K.iiherine Townos. Clothing IomilioH Sirs. Mt-Chiles, of Manikin, is In Lite city arranging the Home ICeojiomles' exhibit of .Manitoba for tho Congrrss. Mr. and Mrs. Westn-n, who are m j route cast from a trip lo arrived in Uie city yesterday, on n vis-' it with the former's sister, Mrs. Frank! ATTAlTffQ Mr. Westren left this morn-j H I 1 rt VitO ing on a short.'trip fo Calgary. han been yiven io three. mied fruit to 'two families; The Nurses' reentry has liar] calls for five- nurses, three cf which have hnen supplied. Mr. and .Mrs. ttiul Miss iiivivcd this morning from Spokane, Mr. Wes-scls putting up tlio Spokane exhibit for the Congress, which will contain a picture in grains of MIRK Spokane, done by Mrs. V.'es- sels, who is n talented artist. Mr..and' Mrs. YVesHels anil Miss :ive staying at the Alexandra. NOT JOSTIFIED TEXT OF APOLOGY EYE-OPENEH MAM.MADE TO MR. DAV1C- OF' VANCOUVER The vote for Queen o'clock luilay Miss Mckstorni..... Alias Ncalc....... The positions of the con-j lestiinu for Queen of the Ury-Karm- j Congress had nut changed by the votes depositctl thla morning, not- withstanding that there were -20 full votes cast for Miss Xeale sines last night, makliiR her a cloae second, and lull tickets aixl two half tickets cast for .Was Keeping'her in Hie lead by 10 votes. The friends of Miss I' and their also came to her aid, votes her over me, sat in, avbox- with a party of j next -two or three anil -ccine home for two or l.liree days' rest. We intend to urge this .tipon Sirs. J. Ilooseyeit, v.'ho was with Roosevolt. at 'the "theatre when lite news from Milwaukee reached as f I lends it the theatre. lu t'eiir that the announcement of the 'ttuiinted assassination might be made frcm 'the stage, and he an mi- nt eta uily great shock to the Col- onel ttife, George W. -Parkins, chaip- inan of the executive committee of tne National" Progressive party, who imong the first to receive the news, had despatche'd'a messenger to Roosuvplt. Although assurances were given in. 'the ni; anil .my paR-r too 0, _ :If IL'I folk dances icromi 11 Imriit the ripcrs'r'liinil -ncl mti'it, b Cdi The Slumber Dance of Earth B'.vcs. j ted or 1 tstr i The Aft-uUening of the -Mighty j Every'oody in 1 cthbr Ug( should at lure nutniH-r uf ll'.c I-'vi-' j7arnL or am other paper which t ,'j-jlc vitlTy Kivcs of Ijro ma> puhl'shril hy me. _ j to pnhlish Uiis; Sovver Hinishine. Ths Ruin and (he Keaijcr. The Ihn-vftai Dance. But these dances are hy no means the show, for it is to be t.ikcn leave the cluirch niS. 8.-0 or j VKcdy in an address yuu inade ui and iiruceed tc the various iiuiula uu-1 Calgary ago. tier.the direction of guides. -j I pronii.'-i1 iiut yourj j name again oftu rrfcr to you in any The Daughters and Maids of Kng-i way'directly "r indirectly Read the fdrther it scud n thrill al, for sued, will 'be held on Wednesday. October in tlio S. 0. li ball. apology lit. publish ViJll IIU1V Last night's meeting or the A. V- P. A. of St. Cyprian's Church vras in chtii'se of the Devotional committee. Her. Canc.n gave ii bright, j interesting- taik on missions', and a j very prolitiible ovnnitig was spent, i The A. V. P. A. will not menl nsy' I week, on account -of tho j Congress, a from i tlie musical and be- in ulinryo. tor 'grunted ilmt Uie fhousancis who fortunate enough to procure tick- els before they arc all dlpposed P? will iiuu great and pleasure in j tend. It is essential tlUit thihis ;unl 'ngiiorhini in it is t.p he heltl h I filled to the ThUrsda, I iiis'ii order t-j oVercciuo a possible j nicni'oer, anil j deficiency in tne f one ISF fuiU fci i tbild si in io Lf Contri sj i omp f-rliarp of the c i ui e or LOIS nu tinb lllou-l V.-.-.I.. flniir nnd Oilu-r m'1; >vlii.-l, materials sroiiil li.vjil Iwilh Ini SwaiiMi.'1 f li Takes, l.lvt. ii .-iik.-s l.i Mr. fin. :or r.f. I-Vi.i> (in n-i.....ft. nf lit-lni! ISwan ,C- Limited, Tn- i i.-inn-i: uf ynnisnu'iiy.mi 'roiilii. Cm. Tin- tf.'.niiti "i THE BEAUTY OF SUNLIGHT is that every garment washed with it bears the impress of' purity A punty begotten -of sweet, cleansing oils, and main- tained by absolute cleanliness in manufacture A purity exalted, by.. the co-operation of workers in unity of A purity demonstrated by the Guarantee which rests upon every-' 5 c. bar of SUNLIGHT SOAP, The nanc Ltvpr on Soa am) ir.x Sc. a b.u- it ill.G is a Guarantee of PuRly ;